35 Burst results for "Radcliffe"

Walter Hooper Was Every English Doctor's Dream...

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | Last week

Walter Hooper Was Every English Doctor's Dream...

"You had your work cut out for you in the 60s, when did you have a sense that this was going to be a long-term thing that you might stay here for many years? Was that something that you knew fairly soon? I think I did. After about a year. I knew it was for keeps. That it was not, I was not really here just as a tourist in the longer I was here on a mission. And one way when I remembered that my own father was already out of insistence. And I remember my family, I became very homesick at times. Very, very homesick. And I made a food myself to the first stock that I went to. I think I was just I was imagining a lot of major eels. I still do a bit. But I went to the doctor because I was so sad, and this made me ill, I thought. And I didn't know that he was such a what they call a heart prop. Away, heart, heart Protestant. He went to a churchman with even more heart than this one. Same abs. And anyway, he said, he put me on the spot he said, would you like to tell me what you think is wrong with you? And I said, I'd be happy to do that. I've got either mononucleosis or NA. And I said, you'll need to take a blood test for that. And you need to send it to the Radcliffe and firmware to have it analyzed. He said, thank you very much for that information. He said, would you like for me to tell you what I think is wrong with you? I said, fine. Yes. And he said, all right, I will. You are what every English medical students dreams of meeting and the American hypochondriac. Nothing wrong with you. Now get out of here. Wow.

John Ratcliffe: Why So Many Americans Mistrust the FBI

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | Last month

John Ratcliffe: Why So Many Americans Mistrust the FBI

"Was what John ratcliffe, former director of national intelligence, pointed out to Tucker Carlson Friday night about the FBI. This was admitted by Mark Zuckerberg in the interview he gave to Joe Rogan that the FBI went to Facebook and said, essentially, shut down the Hunter Biden laptop story right before the election. And it's a big deal. Here was what John Radcliffe admitted to Tucker on Fox News Friday night. That selection interference, is it not? I don't know what else it would be. Yeah, it is election interference. You know, to the extent that these allegations are true that FBI agents were knowingly putting bad information out there, it absolutely, and the troubling part about this, Tucker is the FBI is the primary domestic authority for enforcing election security for making sure that people don't interfere with the American voters in American elections. And if they're engaged in election interference and we've got a real problem and I think that's why so many Americans mistrust the FBI at the current time and that's really unfortunate.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Defocus Media

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Why Is No One Covering the Durham-Hillary Story?

The Trish Regan Show

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Why Is No One Covering the Durham-Hillary Story?

"It's amazing to me that nobody has been covering the Durham report. What has been alleged out of that about Hillary Clinton hiring basically, you know, some thugs effectively, some technology thugs to go in there and hack into the Trump computer systems. I mean, this is wild stuff. And yet it's going nowhere? I don't understand this. Apparently, even John Radcliffe had said, look, there's a lot of stuff here that would merit indictments and a Comey and others there. Peter strzok. It went right on by him. Of course it did, right? Because all these people have some kind of horse that they are backing, and that's what's so messed up. I'll tell you, I'm so disgusted with politics right now. And I'm seriously disgusted with the left because it's like they just have their agenda their way they did not like Trump. Regardless of what you think about Trump, okay? Regardless, let's just leave him out of the equation for a moment. What we're talking about is a serious. You got one campaign hacking into another, you have them presenting that evidence as though it's gospel, our own darn FBI doesn't have the brain cells enough to check it out and say maybe we ought to check out some of these sources, turns out some of the people compiling this information were alleged to be Russian spies. I mean, there's one guy that was on Christopher Steele's team that our own government was checking out. And so this is the guy writing the so called dossier. It is so messed up and the fact that she doesn't have to face the music on this is pretty darn alarming.

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Eyes Turn to Hillary Clinton, Not Trump in the Russiagate Scandal

The Trish Regan Show

02:11 min | 8 months ago

Eyes Turn to Hillary Clinton, Not Trump in the Russiagate Scandal

"This story, by the way, about Hillary Clinton's team breaking into the servers for Trump. It's not even in here. Like the media isn't even covering it. It didn't even happen. Which we're going to talk about some more in a second, but first, I just think that this is pretty shocking that no one's on this, and now we're learning that from a report, by the way, out of Fox, that John Radcliffe was saying, look, there's enough evidence here for some heads to roll effects effectively or at least for some indictment. So the saying that you can indict a ham sandwich, but apparently, not if you're part of team Clinton, then there's no indictments happening. It's possible and I wonder if in some ways there were people within the deep state so to speak that felt like, well, this would be a bad move for the country in very banana republic ask and maybe they were sort of this hush. I was trying to cover it up, but I'm kind of shocked that another candidate could infiltrate the servers of the rival and somehow get away with that. I mean, and then you think of what this country was put through, right? There should be some punishment for that. Because our country was put through a lot. For basically three years, three years of Russia Russia Russia. And three years of constant media attention and somehow Donald Trump was the manchurian candidate propped up by Russia and they had apparently all these goods on him and were basically pulling all the strings. I mean, it was all so wild. So fantastical, I read the so called dossier that BuzzFeed, by the way, by the way, it was out there. Everybody kind of knew it was sort of fake it a red, by the way, like a piece of fake Intel. It read like something no offense against the national inquirer. I realized they break a lot more stories than, you know, a lot of other news organizations, but it read like that, like tabloid supermarket stuff, and this was something that BuzzFeed went for it in published and the media, the mainstream media really ran with, and I'm like, why is nobody checking any sources here? I mean, our own FBI. Didn't check any sources on all this.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

02:30 min | 9 months ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Find me on there. Very good. Jenny, thanks for coming on the show. Thank you so much Richard. Well, I think Ginny just great. I could talk to her for hours swapping stories about this whole concept of social engineering. It's very powerful. And you may ask, well, how does social engineering help us in today's world tool to me the big takeaway is this? It's about your natural instincts. It's so powerful. We don't give it enough credit. We rely too much on the physical aspects of security, thinking that it's provided us and allows us and we can rest on our laurels. It doesn't mean that you have to walk around completely paranoid and panicky all the time, but it's not that, but you should just be questioning everything. When your computer is on just assume that it's compromised. And when you're assumed that you get the best security system in your house or in your organization. Just assume that it can be compromised. It's always compromised by the human element, always. It's the social engineering. Understanding how people can be manipulated, understanding how people can be swayed. We're very trusting, particularly in the western societies in the world were very trusting lot. And we just assume everybody is going good if you've got the right credentials hanging around your neck, you just assume that this person is supposed to be there. Don't assume that. In respectfully, you can just ask questions. And the bad actors out there, they don't like to be looked in the eye. They don't like those questions to be asked. And I think that that to me is the key takeaway. If you're going to lead a life as significant, you have to understand these elements. And when you understand these social engineering aspects, study it and study Jenny, go look, follow the links in the videos in the show notes. Learn more about her. Because it can help you in everyday life. It can help you with negotiation and help you with talking to people talking with your kids. Understanding those human elements is so key. I hope you got some value out of this. I really love Jenny. Go check out her stuff. Go check out her great podcast, the human factor podcast. And follow all the links to learn more about her. If you're finding some value in the show, please mean the world to me if you share this episode with somebody. Turn them onto this show. It's through that word of mouth that keeps dose of leadership front and center for the past 9 years, and it's all because of you because of that word of mouth and if you fight. Feel so inclined, please rate and review this, Spotify's now allowing you to put reviews and start reviews on there. Please do that if you can, if an apple podcast, same thing right review, it would mean the world to me. Check out those who leadership dot com to learn more about the show. My services as a keynote speaker consultant coach and I look forward to seeing you on the next episode..

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

07:33 min | 9 months ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Can you try and break in? And if you can break in, help me stop you breaking it because that's what the criminals will do. And so you know, we sort of done it for years. And then by the time I kind of like, I don't know if I just done it my whole life, and it started to get us to do it. Just as a sideline. But the people I hang out with, they kind of went the wrong way in life, or did different things. And I just did it as a side line. Just because I never thought you could talk about it. I mean, I talk about it now online. And even now people either don't believe me, or tell me, you know, or say that, you know, they give me prejudice about my safety and say, well you know so often Liverpool of course did a big one. So it was difficult thing to come out and say. And the teh who I put now, I would say, you know, you have to have everything. I would say we are less regulated than a lot of people who do it in bigger fans or to focus more on the technical side. You know, we have a looser remit, but I would always let someone know where I was. We would always say the MO that we were looking at, I would report behind the surveillance. And we wait for a green light, and I think I was just, it was just so last minute and so it just looked so easy. It's kind of impatient and tired and just thought let's just do it. And so the takeaways is the expertise comes you know, eventually it doesn't come quickly, and if there's a reason that you do things to say it in way, it's probably a really good reason. Yeah. You know, there's things that you think you can skip and then you can't. You know? I kind of equate that even two from being a professional aviator. There's about where they say the most dangerous time to be a pilot is about a thousand hours. And you reach that thousand hour mark. And you think you've done it all. Because you've seen a lot of stuff. But a thousand hours, you've had a couple dark stormy nights. You may even have an emergency under your belt. And then you start getting pretty confident and we've all gone through it. It's like, I got this figured out. And the moment you go, you get this all figured out the aviation guides come out and kick in the groin. And they said she goes out. That's such a good example. That's exactly what it was. It's just overconfidence. Yeah, so those moments that you kind of thankfully don't end up being fatal. If you take that experience right if you have a humble teachable spirit, which is what you got to have, and hopefully you'll have a humble teachable spirit from here on out. And I think that's the way. For me, that's how I approach aviation because about a thousand hours. I got pretty confident. And even now with 13,000 plus hours, when I go fly, I put my hand on the side of the fuselage and think, you know, this could get away from me if I'm not careful. And I think that's a good way to approach it. Yeah, I think it is, and I think with superstitious and superstitious love rituals and things. Me too. And anyone I know that does anything remotely resemble on this type of job is superstitious. But I also think it's just very it's just very interesting to me the mindset that you have to be in and the idea of. So let me show you an expert at something. You stop dismissing little things. And the reason is is that lay after a thousand hours, you get that excess of confidence, which is warranted. And then a 1001 hours you realize that everything that you've just learned can spin on a time. For me what mastery is to be able to go, okay. I'm kind of starting from scratch today. And all those things I don't want to do all the checks I don't normally have. They're very boring and a 10,000 times. They don't matter. Yeah, but 10,001 it matters. Complacent and just to finish this story because people want to know what would happen to you. They went in they look for me, I hid. I a million different psychophysiological reactions I wanted to be sick. I wanted to laugh. I wanted to throw off the main things. I didn't know why I wanted to laugh, just adrenaline and naves. And then they just suddenly left. And so did I. I am, but I knew that I was in real danger that night. And I went back to the barn and a few drinks, and then realized I'd left the bottle opener. With the name of the hotel on it, which one they could have come and found at any point. But they didn't. And I was so tired, I stock caring and I went out of a bath and got home and then when I spoke to the client, they said, yeah, you know, you run. I was on my own anyway, even if I did join it by the book, but particularly going in a day alien stupid when I was on it. And I learned from that. And I think while I teach teams is you'll be very tempted at times to pocket something you find a draw. You know, not necessarily something of value, but there's things that you see and you find tokens, souvenirs. You know, it might be the bosses photograph or you attempted to kind of showboat and show off and you have to improvise on the job, but you must improvise too much, but what you don't do is turn the story of the security test into your story. And that's what I did. I turned it into my story because I was more important at that point. I was more important for me to get this over so I had to go shop in another chill out in that city. Then stick into all the protocols and let everyone know I was just too confident. And so that's why I teach people that she must put yourself in this is someone else's story. That's a great analogy for life, isn't it though? I mean, that whole thing, even though the specific on the social engineering, but that kind of mindset, I think, separates the professional from the amateur. I really do, because I think you're right. At some point you're like, oh, this is my purpose. This is who I am. This is what I do. I'm good at it. Life's good. And that's where you get humbled, right? And it's like, it's never really about you. No matter what you do, right? It's never about you. You get the odds one. I feel like the universe gives you the odds. A lesson now and then I agree. On the lesson is specifically, obviously there's a lesson itself, was designed to go to know that ego that you're kind of relying on. And it's with you. That's kind of a good thing. What we're going to do is we're just going to show you that that ego can just be dismissed. And what that does is make sure that is I'm going to listen to that one. I think I got that one from the universe. That was because I think if I had to carry on in that trajectory for long as it kept on taking risks, I'd have stopped to and all the checks. I wouldn't be, I wouldn't be as good at the job, and I wouldn't be as good a teacher anymore. I had to have that lesson. But it was terrifying, and I gave up the whole thing for a couple of years. And I went and did something that was so different. And completely innocuous and completely not dangerous for two years because it gave me no. I started shop for a bit. Yeah. Wow. That bit of an impact to your two year impact. That's pretty amazing though, but I mean, again, I'm listening to that story and I'm just relating it to so many aspects of life. I mean, again, the same thing happened to me in the aviation side..

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"And it was the human element of like a set of leaving thumb drives in a bathroom. And oh, God. And then people just take them and just put them in their computer. I mean, people know they're not meant to do pro curiosity so psychologically, you curiosity. You're not meant to plug in a thumb driver memory stick. That you find somewhere because they can have any number of bad things on it that'll just access your computer. And your computers, attach to a network, then access the network. But if you write confidential on it, people plug it in straight right. If you write payroll, they will drop everything else because they want to see. So what social engineers do is play on these human traits, this psychology. This curiosity or. On social media, romance scams, no preying on people's need for companionship, and loneliness. You know, it was a very cruel thing to do because it kind of hits people's humanity, it hits our basic needs, and then our high and ease. And what I always say is to your point is that people imagine that they're not rich enough or important enough to be hacked. You know, this only happens to CEO who's a big company or billionaires and lots of money but it's not true because these days. But all connected to each other. Yeah. I mean, I could you know? I would see that they would get into it. From a hierarchical standpoint, someone really low on the totem pole will get into their computer and you dig fine enough, it leads you to one person leads to another and eventually you got the security manager. And I can tell you how many times the security manager had because the most secure thing about they would have a folder literally called passwords on their computer. I mean, literally, and once you had that, I mean, you're off to the races. So many things I could talk about in my mind is racing. But what do you think about when you what are some of the things that we should be looking out for, I guess? I mean, what are some of the things that you've gone through this? Because at least for me, I would sit there and I would just be begging people to almost arrest me or stop me. I'd almost get kind of stupid blatant because come on, will you please? Just stop me. And they wouldn't. It's easier to convince people. Of anything. Than to convince them they've been fooled. Because they psychologically buy into the fact. I can't have been. And it's not stupid. It's like I can't have been that global icon of stuff. But everyone can fall for it. I can fall for it. And I've spent a lifetime perfecting it, you know? So it's easy. I mean, I think in terms of what people can look out for. I talk about four flex. And these four reflux no matter how you approach. So whether you approach in a written way, emails or whether it's a social media contact, or whether it's on the phone or in person. What a con artists needs. As they need your judgment to lapse. Temporarily, at least. And the way to do that is to raise your emotion, so if your emotions are high, or your decision making your rationale is low. So I always say emotion takes a logic off the cliff. So let's get some one. Happy because they found a new romantic part that let's get them happy because they've won something, or they've got a discount, or there's a new job that pays suspiciously well. Or let's make you angry. Let's tell you that you've done something wrong that you haven't done so you want to correct me. Or let's make you scared. Let's tell you that you've that we've got hold of your computer. We've got all your photographs, and we've used them to fabricate some story about you on an adult site or something of that nature. It doesn't have to be true. It just has to be a north. To make you think, well, my God, people might think that's true. This is entirely laws. Maybe I take life on something by mistake and come off it, but it doesn't matter. And so what we're looking to do is get you in that emotional state and in that red mist in the fog of fear or hope or expectation or greed or whatever it is. Then what they'll do is they'll give you a way out. But click on the link in this will go away, pay me some Bitcoin, this will go away. Tell me about what you've got access to and work. And this will go away. And what fear particular leaders but emotion generally sort of does. It sort of prompts me to take action of some sort. It doesn't have to be the right thing. It just needs to be something else to get you out of that kind of cognitive dissonance. So I say this for red flags is a motion. This agency from a con artist's point of view we'd never give a market time to think. We try and rush people and get you to think in that moment, you know, because if you have time to think that's when you get, well, I'm going to just ask my friend about this or I'm going to cut and paste the text of this email into Google. Not click on apical conveys and see if it comes up as a scam, which it will. Or I'm going to just take some time and think, well, actually, if they're in my computer, then how come I can still cut and paste? You know all this. And so it's emotion, it's a agency and it's the call to action, asking you to do something. If you put all those things together, what you've got. Big red flags. There's no matter how you'd approach whether it's in person it could be spouse. Or your brother and sister, but if someone says get your emotional ask for money, ask for a call to action, doesn't give you time to think. And money is the fourth one, because usually it's financial. Then there are flags. And the remedy is to take time out and to check into verifiable but it's hard for people to do it because in emotion you don't do it. So that's really what that really was social engineering from a malicious angles all about. Can we meet you emotional enough to act outside of your own interest? 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"radcliffe" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

08:28 min | 9 months ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Of there are preconceptions about the fact that you don't look a certain way and you not a certain way and it's very dangerous and be one of the best. People I ever work with was on one job. And they were retired age and could very easily act as if they didn't have the first clue about anything. You know, they're a little bit before the world's in a little bit. Vague. And yet one of the sharpest minds in a mentor that I've ever had in my life. So that's one of the I think that's one of the weaknesses of security, not so much in the industry but just in the general out there in the wild is that TV and films and popular culture lead people to believe that you've got to look a certain way be a certain way. And that's really not the case. No. Well, I said I'm going to look at the people that done the most damage from a national security standpoint. They were primarily men who felt insignificant in the world and they came across an opportunity where they could feel some significance in some importance. And that's what drove them. And so it's not like, you know, someone from North Korea is going to come barreling down the gates and the tank, you know? Or someone with a suicide best necessarily coming in screaming all the way it's not necessarily going to be that way. That's what went to the security side of it. I just need to say something not because I give it all a nice touch on what exactly what you're saying so I'm from Liverpool in the UK. And we're famous with two things in Liverpool, we're famous for the soccer, or football, if you're going to give the crack team. Yeah. We love you. But we can see. So we have the best football team in the world in the field. And we also are the best place to Beatles, and the guy that killed John Lennon in New York. Mark Chapman said, he killed John Lennon. Because he thought if he could kill John lannan, he would be somebody. And it's to be annexed that that is so dangerous, because when I look at when we combat security threats and a lot of motivations, yes, there's money. And then there's coercion and the Z go on and there's all those things. But that ego mixed with ideology is a very difficult one to combat because what you've got then is someone who is not just attacking something that they disagree with or that they don't believe in. But it's about them and their view of themselves, and that's something that from a psychological point of view is very difficult to crack because everything that they've ever done or believed in or certainly since they've had that mindset is geared towards confirming confirmation bias of what they believe they are. And so it's very difficult to kind of crack into unravel in any kind of security context. And you, when I spoke to you that we completely that I would take you off dungeons. No. And I apologize, which just 'cause, you know, it's so great to meet someone who's done the job in a different way. Yeah. So what's so hot? So tell me what let's for the context for the audience. Let's define social engineering. I mean, you and I know what it is. But in your definition, what is social engineering? So I say it's the manipulation of human factors to gain an authorized entry to assets, information or facilities. But I go further than that. And it is the weaponization of human error. The things that make us human are emotions or psychological leavers. Our fears are desires, all of those psychological concepts. And our vulnerability to influence and persuasion to bribery and career should all of those things make us some think that is pliable to someone who wanted to attack us or the things we have access to. So social engineering is, I always say to people, I'm a hacker, but I'm not a technical hacker. So imagine a hacker without a computer who focused on hacking the brain and using that soft skills if you like. I hate to wait soft skills, but using those skills to get someone to reveal that information to click on a link open and attach and give me information make a connection, the facilitators and attack on. Them or the people they work with and for. That's what's social engineering is. And it's the most effective hack in the world. So dependent on which statistic you look at within the industry, anything from sort of 70 to 90%, 99%, of all breaches in security. Come down to human error or manipulation. And the people doing the human error will manipulation, are broadly labeled social engineers. So that's fine. Yeah, I love that. That was a great definition. You're absolutely right. And I think all the damage that we see done in these security hacks, they are, it's through social they think it's through brute force. I think there's this kind of idea that maybe it comes from culture and TV and movies and stuff that it's like this brute force thing, but it is a very subtle, like you said, I didn't realize it was 90% of these attacks were easily the latest 2021 figures from companies in the industry is ACH to 91, round about, because the broadly speaking, you can put anything down to it. So you imagine a fish and email. People will have heard of fishing emails. These emails that come from, you know, the African prayers or the astronaut and space saying, oh, please look after my money. Right. I've got all these millions and I need someone to help me and, you know, we all think we can spot those. But there's a more targeted version called a spearfish. And those type of things is where we look at the person research someone online. Find out what they like. They dislike their associates, their families, their friends, their routines, the things that they care about the things they're passionate about, and then just sort of play on those emotions to get a response from those people. Well, all of those things, those scripts. Those approaches are done by a human, a social engineer. On another human. Now, when I do it, we do for educational purposes. We replicate those attacks and then say, well, this is why you fell for this. This is what you need to be careful for. This is the information that you should probably hide that's online and your social media accounts. Maybe you're telling me, you know, about your family or where you live or something like that. You know, people are very careless about those things. But essentially whether it's that, whether it's a scam call, often with senior or elderly people, you know, take a call more often than they're online. Or whether it's over the phone, you know, text messages, particularly in COVID, lots and lots of text messages. That asks you to click on links and open the title that were fake. I was open up your account. Part of a blended attack if it's a corporate target to sort of get away in and the idea is that we build upon this information. Social engineers malicious actors out in the wild out in the space, the real world, cyberspace. They just need one little way in. One, key, to open up the picture to get into the business or into the organization or whatever it is. And then the whole thing starts to unravel. And arguably, in the reason the stats kind of change is arguably everything is down to a human in the end, because someone computers don't attack people, someone's telling the computer to attack people. So that's why it's so high. That's why it's so difficult to defend again. It really is. And even from the technical standpoint, I remember seeing again, I wasn't on the hacking computer hacking side. But a 100% of the time, they would in we were given 60 days to own the entire network. It took us average 6 days to own the entire network, not just this person's computer. And it was just amazing the things that you would see. And it was the human element of like a set of leaving thumb drives in a bathroom. And oh, God. And then people.

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Husband of woman detained in Iran ends 21-day hunger strike

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Husband of woman detained in Iran ends 21-day hunger strike

"The husband of Nazanin cigar Radcliffe the British Iranian woman detained in Iran and says twenty one day hunger strike Richard Ratcliffe thank supporters as he ends his protest outside Britain's foreign office after a long three weeks he continues to fight for his wife's freedom more than five years and she was detained and to run Rackley began his demonstration last month after his wife lost her latest appeal in Iran he hopes his hunger striker Sean a greater spotlight on his wife's case and added pressure on both the British and Iranian governments Naomi shot in London

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Barack Obama Continued to Spy on Trump Campaign Leading up to 2016 General Election

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 11 months ago

Barack Obama Continued to Spy on Trump Campaign Leading up to 2016 General Election

"One more clip It's a bit shorter from March 5 2017 Go How confident are you that this investigation which was on Russian so called Russian hacking but now The White House says this morning will be broadened to looking into executive overreach How many are you going to find something there I don't know but they already found something The issue isn't whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign or transition to a certain of its surrogates The issue is the extent of it They went into court a second time They were so aggressive They waited four or 5 months They go back in October weeks before the general election and by the way All of a sudden we now know they went in the court multiple times to get extensions Go ahead We have leaks coming out on Flynn Then we have a horrible meeting that took place between sessions and so forth And I'm telling you as a former chief of staff an attorney general of the United States in the Reagan administration these are police state tactics Now what did Barack Obama know You know everything I just read you part apart from one or two articles You know how I know It's in the newspapers It's right there So Barack Obama not only knew this but he gets a daily intelligence briefing And let me tell you something about daily intelligence briefings If you're attorney general And your FBI is going to the fisa court To get a warrant to investigate aspects of an opposition party in the middle of a general election campaign how much you want to bet the president of the United States knew that He didn't And we now know of course he did From the document said Radcliffe released last

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Influential Educators: College President Mary Bunting

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Influential Educators: College President Mary Bunting

"Than a year. After henry's death. Mary was offered a new opportunity to become dean of douglass college. The women's college of rutgers university where she was a professor in nineteen fifty eight. Mary was invited to a national. Science foundation. committee created to improve the nation's performance in the field of science in a series of tests designed to figure out what blocked strong students from continuing into careers in science. Mary saw a big problem of all of the sixteen to nineteen year olds who scored in the top ten percent on aptitude tests and then did not go onto college. Ninety eight percent were women. The time women had serious. Barriers to access college education endowments for women's colleges were much lower than those of their male counterparts. Perhaps most importantly curriculum requirements didn't accommodate the different societal expectations for women. For example many universities made it nearly impossible for students to attend part time as a result women who had to care for children during the day at home could not attend mary. It her mission to redesign the education system to accommodate and encourage women to study. She got her first chance at serious reform. When in nineteen sixty she became president of radcliffe college the undergraduate women's college at harvard university there. She saw the stark differences between the ways. Men and women were treated on the same campus. Women were given bunk beds in assigned rooms rather than harvard's how system and they were excluded from harvard's libraries and dining halls. Mary set about changing the campus. She organized the dorms into a house. System built radcliffe. Its own library and created search committees to go into low income neighborhoods and offer scholarships to potential

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Yeah i immediately always size them up as being much better and more impressive than me he said about you said about wanting to try a go. I recently had a moment. Is that on on miracle workers as a scene where my My character runs runs and jumps of Like conveniently placed stump of a and jumps from that onto a horse onto his horse. And i watched the rehearsed. And i was like iraq and i kinda forgo that i'm gonna make my slightly uphill so i kinda underestimated how to john. But i was like. I said stunk would nights i can i. Can i try that and he was yet you absolutely can. But like don't worry gatlin who was is also like here and i was like i. I'll probably fail. But i'd like to have a go secretly thinking gonna fail. You're gonna make this jump. And then i did it kind of but like in i just it was very messy and ugly gallon on the next taking just like bound office tree stump in public land on top of the holes and i was like why would i wanna see. Why would i want to. I want to subject enemies. The horse turned you and said that's how i'm sorry. There's a talking horse then. Threw shade at daniel radcliffe. What's happening in my mind humiliated by a horse daniel. I have to say. I was driving over here to the studio and really looking forward to talking to you because as i said for no reason whatsoever i'm proud of you in this paternal way that i have not earned but but i really am urinate urine exceptionally talented and nice fellow. And i'm just. I'm very happy and impressed with with what you've managed to do because there are many people who would think the harry potter franchise Is is a lottery ticket and we both know all too. Well that does are situations that are They given they take and they're very fraught. And it takes a an exceptional person to navigate that and you are that person so thank you thank you so much for talking to me. Thank you so much. Have known is lovely to Done this has been like on your show which has been lovely but very quick so as loved to have longer to chat has been awesome. Yeah it's it goes one of two ways either learn that they really enjoy talking to me or they quickly realized no. Six minutes is about daniel's Best of luck with this project. That working on now and i look forward to running into you soon in the near future and keep at it in my best to mr rich fuzzy series. They were amazing. But i should also shouts out down mark. Rose panicky did this season. Yes but yes every. I feel like everything else. We said about a stanton's led i. You still all applies. Hey thanks so much. And i'll talk to you soon. Thank you very much. Thank you everybody was.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"The way to go As walking around the supermarket the other day. Oh you're yet sort of my hobby you've heard of mall walkers. I mean market walker to walk around her shopping market or a show one of the cold shopping store at grocery stores. Are you go. I live in a bubble anyway. I saw that they have these strange tall boys of beer and the bottled water section. Yeah and i was kinda shocked. I was like what is that and then i realized it's this mountain spring water from the alps and it's called liquid death. Have you heard of this. i have heard. Yeah yeah it's interesting. Because i've seen i was at work the other day and One of my coworkers was sipping from what i thought was a beer. You know and i was like oh. This person has a terrible drinking problem right because it was nine thirty in the morning and i was going to go up to them and say you've got a drinking problem. Or where can i get one instead. I realize oh it's water. It was liquid death. Okay now why is it called liquid death because it will aggressively murder your thirst. And also because they're recyclable. Talboys bring death to plastic bottles now. That's what you should remember that cool. I like that. Yeah you and i are both ardent environmentalists and we believe that plastic has gotta go so liquid. Death is doing getting the job done with recyclable. Tallboy cans liquid. Jeff is charitable as well. They donate ten percent of the profits from every cancel to help kill plastic pollution nice. Yeah i think. That's a good feeling when i sometimes i'm up at night thinking about all the plastic floating around the ocean. It's a real problem. You're up at night thinking about that. Probably updike's coffee at like eleven. But then when. I'm thinking about things i do. Think about all the plastic. I'm glad that liquid death is taking this on and they use aluminum cans because it's actually profitable for recycling facilities okay. It's so easy to recycle and drinking freezing. Cold water from mccann is so refreshing. It's very good. So what try liquid death now for me to just say try. Liquid death out of context could be upsetting to some of you listening remember. It's a really good water. He can drink okay and and it's fun to tell your friends so they're asking you. Hey what you got there say. I'll just a little liquid death and it makes you seem cool to cool cantu. It's very cool. Can i mean if they can just said liquid death that would be cool enough but it has some really cool artwork. It's kind of goth lettering. Yeah yup that's exactly. What a can called liquid deaths should look like go to liquid dot com slash connor to get a free set of cousy with your first order of any case. Water will just grab some at any whole foods or seven eleven. Bring up acquiesce. Your theater work. And i do applaud ucs. I think you've done such a good job of building. Your career i mean. Obviously.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Can you believe that. Adt can design a security package that fits any lifestyle eurenew homeowner. I am so you should get adt. I have it you get. I really did. That's great every. Adt security package is designed to help. Protect your home in a way that works for you. They work with your budget. They figure out what you want right sono. Yeah they can. They can make it super intense or just chill yeah. Adt offers all the essentials. You push up. She'll there's a button. I'm going in chill mode which means a burglar can come in as long as he just makes a sandwich leaves. Adt offers all the essentials for convenience security and reliability. Yeah they got the video doorbells. I like that. They got the indoor outdoor cameras locks. Thermostats everything you need voice app voice voice voice controlled by the sound of your voice loud controlled by the sound of your voice. They have kit number one smart home security provider with products. Rigorously tested deliver the quality you expect from. At and i do expect quality from the name brandon home. Security that's adt. Yeah you're height man. i love it. Yeah yeah there are nine. Adt owned and operated monitoring senators operating twenty four seven twenty four seven. Yeah that's twenty four hours a day seven days a week. Which lily means no downtime. So that's a lot so learn more at adt dot com slash podcast. This is the way to go As walking around the supermarket.

"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Much i know. I've done being harry potter. I want to go to school. And getting to that geometry efforts much but i do think but i think they were very conscious of like i just as i was conscious of the stereotype of doctors. They were also very conscious of late. The cliche of child actor parents and like what that is and so they didn't want to be those light pushy parents or tight either And so you had them at very great parents and also also parents. You like knew a bit about. The industry let my dad had been alliteration. They both been actors. My mom had been costing director So they were helpful intended guiding as well. But i would also say the other people that i was like i. I spent ten years with very formative years where the crew on potter and they remained the key positions old remained. Mostly the same So they really cared about all the kids and there was a re that was atmosphere of we love you. But we're also not gonna let you become something terrible and monstrous and so you know i re- benefit i. It was very ozone lot. It's incredibly lucky to be with the to the crew. Basically beat you every day notice. But if i if i needed it i trust that they would have And they were always like they were never gonna let me get caulking in an anti semitism will also can i swear on my swearing but allows twilight. Shouldn't this is a this. Podcast is filthy sorted. Fair matt and sonal. They tried to keep me humble. But it doesn't work. I'm a raving caligula like figure in their lives. They try and then. I think they just have given up at a certain point. There's no stopping whatever happened to me and childhood was not at all related to fame. I think i was bitten by a radioactive ashville. An asshole superpowers think. Oh absolutely no. Yeah definitely i was just thinking about the other day when you compared yourself to a pharaoh okay. Well we don't need to get into. That is just trying to make the point. That i can't be you know yes. Many people are moving the stones and building the pyramid and my job is to check it out once in a while. Need some figs right. That's always had I think that's a reasonable reasonable analogy to maye berry reasonable. Yeah very saddened. When alan rickman past because i loved him as an actor and He was such a like a big part of the harry potter films. And i had the chance to interview him long ago on late night. I remember thinking. I don't think i did a good job with alan rickman because respected him so much but i was just curious what he was like onset. See i mean. He's so formidable as an actor that i was. I think i was afraid of him. When i was interviewing him It was fine. But i i left thinking oh i think he left unimpressed and so i've always a anyway. I thought i'd ask you about. I think a lot of us finished working without in redmond and sort of being. I don't know if i did a good job on raymond 'cause he sorts. Not just like it took until like the third or fourth because he's just so curse and so effortlessly good so many of the actors that we also work were that and so we were all spoiled but alan also just yet in his demeanor and that voice it was like taking has a was like vaguely terrifying but then a rash the time of the third or fourth film. I think when he could tell i was really starting to get into it and like really enjoy being on set for other reasons than you know no banking skill. He he really started taking. He was just very very. I mean he he. So every he added i He at one point com cut short his vacation. I think he'd been like holidaying. Someone in canada and he came. He came back to new york lisa that he could siemian acquis before it closed there and he'd would take me out for dinner instead of him and his ponnary. We'd he would not he would give advice. But in the least patronizing way in a very like you should look into this because it will. They will help build your like the next age. You need to try and knowing what i wanted from it as well. So yeah he was just an and his. I think it was very telling that like at his memorial. It was just full of so many people of various ages saying like he was Some kind of mental to me like he was very much You know somebody that just constantly was. I mean yeah. He's one of the many people you just looking and try and learn as much from possible. I was introduced to him. I think like a lot of people in hard with where he is. I think one of the best movie villains of all time and one of the things that i love so much about that character that just delights me every time i see die hard and anytime it's on i'll watch it i swear to god i'm watching it for alan rickman because i love his performance so much is that he spent years planning this heist and everything has to go off just perfectly and then they basically come and tell him sir There's a policeman we didn't know about. He's loose. He took the diner the explosives. We need That are key to the whole operation. And he's loosened the building and he's killing our men and And most bad guys at that point would be like shit. Let's get outta here but he's just like Intrigue and then they come and say just killed fifteen more people and he took more of the things we need to make this and now missing nine of the ten things we need to make this this plan work and he goes Policemen well he'll just leave me. And i'm like i wish i was like that in life. Conan horrible thing just happened. Your house is on fire. I'm intrigued that's thinking about it. So funny that's the thing years old. He's capable of doing incredibly emotional actor but also just let him in galaxy quest as well he is he's over the android and that's that was the real kind of trauma but he. He came to see when we did it in london and he took us very good friends. We richard griffiths. Who's another of the funniest amazing people with and and They were friends and we went out for dinner. Ulcers and suddenly having spent many years with allen onset and being kind of intimidated by. And suddenly i was like dinner with him and after like a theater show i had been in and he was like telling stories and being incredibly funny and self deprecating. And like you know just Yeah it was.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"I like to think we always bring the goods. We always bring with pitchers call the high heat. You know we don't throw junk. Don't throw knuckle balls high heat. Every time fastballs ninety eight miles per hour on the radar. I'm as you can tell. I love that people who aren't jock. Is this the high heat. Yes happening people. Who aren't jocks always used jock analogies because it's their way of pretending they're jocks. That's my favorite. Did you wanna be a jack. Oh god i knew very early on that. That was not the life for me the first time someone threw me a ball. I knew i need to find something else quickly. I ran from the ball. They kept tossing the ball and run from it every time. You just so tall like you have been a good athlete. No they are. Not people always said that when i was growing up people always said. Hey you're six four. You know you must be great at basketball. They're not related. Okay you do need to have something called coordination and you also have to have the desire to put the ball into the bassett. And i'm going to say i had. I have some coordination but this is a true story. I used to play Basketball with friends and not well. Obviously i would play basketball with friends at this hoop. That was near our house in brooklyn mass and we would start playing and i spent. I talked the whole game. And i would pretend to be different people who had back stories and i remember so clearly my brother luc just dropping his head because he just couldn't take it anymore. I was like okay now. This guy this guy was asked to leave the league for a while because he got really into black tar heroin and he was on the lam for while he attacked a fan and But now he's back. You know his name is jack. Jack jay jonas. You know jabbar. And and i would talk and talk and talk and people would be laughing for a while and then it'd be like you're not playing basketball at all. I used to take crazy shots. That i had no chance of making but but shoutout a madness while i did it because i thought it was funny and even bob odenkirk. He reminded me recently that i used to shoot baskets with him. I would take my shirt put up over my head. And i'd become the phantom and he was a guy who showed up at a basketball court and said and bob would play a long ago. Who were you. i'd say. I'm the phantom and no one must ever know who i am and then i would shoot baskets but because i had a shirt over my head i was terrible and so the phantom was absolutely awful and bob playing along with us always saying phantom if you took that shirt off your head you might enjoy the game. You might actually make a basket say no one of the phantom and then i would toss the basketball as hard as i couldn't go flying over the rim rolling into the next court. I only cared about that shit. And so for all of those reasons the idea earnestly trying in any way to you wells in his sport and my best creation was a guy named dulong. And whenever i would play tennis i would become dulong and dulong. Was this frenchman who was in. You had a different persona for every day. I'm not even kidding. I actually brought long back recently. But i used to play with one of our line producer. Tracy king. I would play tennis with her. And this is in the nine days during the late night show and we found this court and would go up there and we would just whack the ball back and forth and i created this guy do loans french and obviously and he has contempt for everybody. And he's very sexist. And so i'd be playing with tracy king and she would hit the ball to me and if it if it went over the line we like i would say like a women should not play tennis and and should you know should be like saying. Do you can't say that anymore. And i say i'm gonna do now. And then every time. I hit the ball go do do know doodles student and i cannot and and that was my idea of playing tennis. I didn't care where the ball went. I just wanted to be dulong and delong was a horrible horrible human being. And whenever she kicked my ass ghulam acidic. It's he's not possible. Long is do not cannot be defeated by a woman predict it was insanity. But that's my idea of playing sports hikes hike. Got me nothing echoes. I was crippled crippled by foolish brain so anyway they must to hated playing with you. They hate playing with me and as learning later in life Was routinely just hated general. All right but the podcast is my chance to redeem myself my guest today starting the harry potter movies and has appeared on broadway in such productions as equity and how to succeed in business without really trying. Nee him in the third season of the very funny tvs series miracle workers..

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Adrienne Rich was One of the Most Widely-Praised Poets of the 20th Century

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Adrienne Rich was One of the Most Widely-Praised Poets of the 20th Century

"We're talking about one of the most widely taught widely read and widely praised poets at the twentieth century. Her burke brought the minute show of women's lives into the spotlight challenging the idea that to right from the female perspective was uninspired and undeserving of attention. Let's talk about adrienne rich when she was born in baltimore in nineteen twenty nine adrienne rich's parents thought she would be a boy they'd plan to name her after her father. Arnold a doctor. Instead arnold decided his daughter adrienne would be a literary prodigy by the age of four. Adrienne could read and write by six. She wrote her first poetry book by seven a fifty page play about the trojan war. This is the child we needed and deserved her mother. Helen wrote in a notebook. Helen had been a concert pianist and had given up her career for marriage. And motherhood as much as adrian's childhood was marked by long hours in her father's library her mother's sadness and lack of agency left a lasting impression to in nineteen fifty one while a senior at radcliffe college. Adrian experienced her first big break her poetry manuscript. A change of world won the yale younger poets prize. The prize came with a publishing contract. W h auden wrote the foreword and reviewers loved it. At twenty two years old. Adrian became a critical darling soon thereafter. She won a guggenheim fellowship. Which funded additional studies at oxford. There she met alfred. Conrad a graduate student from harvard. Despite her father's disapproval and married alfred. Nineteen fifty three

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Harry Potter RPG Hogwarts Legacy Will Reportedly Allow for Transgender Characters

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Harry Potter RPG Hogwarts Legacy Will Reportedly Allow for Transgender Characters

"The new harry potter game is going to allow trans characters. The next harry potter video game will allow players to customize their character's voice body type and gender placement for the school dormitories taking strive. Towards inclusivity controversies stemming from comments by series creator. Jk rowling that were seen as transphobic. Hogwarts legacy is scheduled for twenty twenty two. I'm sorry is scheduled for eight. Twenty twenty two release from publisher one interactive entertainment inc. and developer avalanche software. When players started the game will be able to create a character. That has a masculine feminine voice. No matter what their body looks like. According to people familiar with the game's development the people requested anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak to the press players will then get to select one of two options which or wizard that will determine the dorm they get placed in at the magic of hogwarts and how they are addressed by other characters in the game although this level of customization has grown more common in video games in his no longer unusual. It's no worthy for hogwarts legacy last summer rowling made several comments that were widely viewed as demeaning towards trans transgender people and denounced by many including harry potter film stars daniel radcliffe and emma watson. The comments also rattled some people working on the game. Bloomberg reported as a result some members of the hogwarts legacy development team have fought to make the game as inclusive as possible pushing for the character customisation and even a transgender character to be added. There was resistance from management. At first the people familiar with the project said but currently the character customisation is included in the game. A wonder whether spokesperson declined to comment last month. Hogwarts legacy faced more controversy after gaming journalist liam robertson revealed that tony leave it. Senior producer at salt lake city based avalanche may dozens of youtube videos attacking feminism and quote unquote social justice. He also expressed support for gamer gate a loose community of who harass journalists and game developers for voicing progressive us reset era one of the largest video game for one of the largest video game forums enacted a total ban on threads for promotional media. End quote around hogwarts legacy in the wake of that discovery in raleigh's comments leave. It didn't respond for request for comment.

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Trump's intelligence chief warns China is the greatest threat to US since WWII

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:25 min | 1 year ago

Trump's intelligence chief warns China is the greatest threat to US since WWII

"Outgoing us administration of president. Donald trump has thus far extended few of the traditional courtesies to the incoming administration of president elect joe biden. There has been no two of the white house no sporting photo op in the rose. Garden and little of the handover briefings from one group of officials to the next however director of national intelligence. John ratcliffe whether trying to help or hinder has passed along. His top worth to the next president in a wall street journal op-ed he has warned. President elect biden that china poses the greatest threat to america today and to worldwide democracy since world war two on joined with more on this point. Isabel hilton ceo at china dialogue. Isabel is the director of national intelligence entirely wrong here. We never entirely wrong but they do manage to you. Make a really terrible case turn radcliffe. I would remind you is director of national intelligence by skin of his teeth. When he was first nominated there was such a sort of howl of protest is lack of qualifications and the fact that he had falsified his own resume that that that trump at one point had to withdraw nomination before trying again. So you know as a kind of bond with the distinguished record nuanced analysis. I would you know maybe take it with a pinch of salt. That said clearly that the you know that china is a major challenge to democratic values of the united states. is meant to defend this. After a couple of problems with this framing one. It is clearly designed to To constrain at the incoming administration that is trying to take very different approach to foreign policy and the outgoing administration is trying to narrow the ground so saying that china is the greatest threat to freedom. Well you know okay It is true that china has indulged in ip theft. Absolutely true surprise just as the united states by the way did against the uk in the twentieth century. is it that may be ongoing espionage. Certainly and china certainly has nationalist ambitions. It certainly trying to bend the global rules to serve its own interest that is what big powers do including the united states. So the problem is is not the diagnosis. If you like. It's the reverend is that the trump administration has offered over the last four years which have simply made it easier for china to advance. Its case so the i think dangers here. One is the exaggeration of china's powers. And that's something we saw with the soviet union towards the end of the cold war. That if you have security agencies whose prosperity depends on building a threat they will big up a threat and so right to the moment when the soviet union collapsed we were hearing from. Us intelligence and security agencies that the world was about to be overwhelmed by soviet communism. And there's a bit of the same syndrome going on here but the second problem is the complete ineptitude of the trump administration encountering the chinese efforts to do that you have to build alliances not destroy them. And you have to make sure that your own offer has credibility. Most people prefer living a well-functioning democracy with personal freedoms trump has not been the best advert for that. At least for the trump's the united states is not the finest moment for democracy. And so you know yes. Of course there is a challenge here to challenge values challenge a political system but the way to country is with the integrity of our own political systems including that of the united states red cliff talks of china operating an influence campaign inside the united states. And on the one hand. That's a somewhat fatuous statement because everybody operates influence campaign inside the united states and indeed in pretty much every other country but is there anything especially sinister or dangerous about what china is doing. Ratcliffe also talks of them targeting members of congress. Well again no surprise. China has has done this an onion eternal lays it all out if you look at anything to do with the united front work department. Which is that bit of the party which has always existed which is intended to manage relations with non party elements. It used to be largely working within china building relationships or or not with religious authorities or with business. People are not in the communist party. Now that china's going global so has the united front work department and it has teamed up with a with the entity in the party that used to manage overseas chinese affairs so and it has put an enormous amount of money into this since the beijing olympics which was regarded as a pr disaster for china in so many ways Would've been the results. Well according to the pew survey in the last month china's reputation has never been lower so yes. China is putting great efforts into influence building and so far. They've been a terrible flop now. There is an element of this which is elite capture. Which again was going pretty. Well i think certainly in the uk for example in an example of elite capture would be the approach of the cameron government to china which you know proclamations of the golden decade. And so on. That's her you know very much again. If you look at elite attitude to china largely because of china's overreach there has been a big backlash everywhere from australia to the united states to europe. You hear the same message. so yes. they're making an effort but is it working. No it's not just one final thought and it's it's a concern that ratcliff doesn't raise for obvious reasons but is there any kind of danger of between now and january twentieth china just thinking there's nobody watching the shop if we're ever going to try and pull something big when never gonna get another chance like this. Well of course the big worry. I mean you might say. Hong kong was that the big warriors taiwan. And there's been a lot of jostling as you know in taiwan. I guess another option is the is the india china border again. We've seen quite a lot of live action there this year. My personal views. That taiwan is a step too far think china has a really a realistic understanding of what it would take not only to take taiwan but then to make that occupation work. And this you know. There are plenty of warnings about how difficult that is. And is this the moment to risk so much in pursuit of that. Of course the regime wants to recapture taiwa are how reunite or however they care to phrase it. But i think we've pretty much got twenty forty nine before that becomes acute in their many other Things that many other things that can be done to make taiwan life difficult short of a military assault isabel hilton front. You

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Trump Vs. Biden: How Russia Sees The U.S. Election

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

05:47 min | 2 years ago

Trump Vs. Biden: How Russia Sees The U.S. Election

"To move on to our next section, which is national security, and I do want to start with the security of our elections and some breaking news from overnight Just last night, Top intelligence officials confirmed again that both Russia and Iran are working to influence this election. Most countries have obtained us voter registration information, these officials say. And Iran sent intimidating messages to Florida voters. This question goes to you, Mr Vice President, What would you do to put an end to this threat? You have two minutes uninterrupted. I made it clear. I asked everyone else to take the pledge. I made it clear that any country no matter who it is that interferes in American elections will pay a price. They will pay a price. Has been overwhelmingly clear this election game get into the last one. This election that Russia has been involved. China has been involved in some degree, and now we learned that that that Iran is involved. They will pay a price. If I am elected. They're interfering with American sovereignty. That's what's going on. Right now. They're interfering with American sovereignty and the best of my knowledge. I don't think the president said anything to Putin about it. I don't think he's stalking them a lot. I don't think he said a word. I don't know why he hadn't said a word to Putin about it, and I don't know what he has recently said. If anything to the Iranians, my guess is he'd probably be more out spoken with regard to the Iranians. But the point is this folks were in a situation where we have foreign Company countries trying to interfere in the outcome of our election. His old Oh, National security advisor told him that what is happening with his buddy? Well, I will his buddy Rudy Giuliani. He's being used as a Russian pawn. He's being fed information that is Russian. That is not true. And then what happens? Nothing happens. And then you find out that everything is going on here about Russia is wanting to make sure that I do not get elected the next president states because they know I know them and they know me. I don't understand why this president is unwilling to take on Putin. When he's actually paying bounties to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan when he's engaged in activities that are trying to destabilize all of NATO. I don't know why he doesn't do it, but it's worth asking the question. Why is it that being done any country interferes with us will in fact, a price because they're affecting our sovereignty? President Trump. Same question to you. Let me let me ask the question. You have two minutes to respond for two elections in a row. Now there has been substantial interference from foreign adversaries. What would you do in your next term? To put an end to this two minutes? Let me respond to the first part as Joe answer, Joe got $3.5 million from Russia. And it came through Putin because he was very friendly with the former mayor of Moscow, and it was the mayor of Moscow's wife. And you got $3.5 million. Your family got $3.5 million in You know, someday you're gonna have to explain. Why did you get through to him? I never got any money from Russia. I don't get money from Russia. Now, about your thing last night. I knew all about that and threw John who is John Radcliffe was fantastic DNA, he said. The one thing that's common to both of them. They both want you to lose because there has been nobody tougher to Russia with between the sanctions, nobody tougher than me on Russia. Between the sanctions between all of what I've done with nature. You know, I've got the NATO countries to put up an extra 130 billion going to $420 billion a year. That's to guard against Russia. I sold while he was selling pillows and sheets. I sold tank busters to Ukraine. There has been nobody tougher. On Russia than Donald Trump. And I'll tell you they were so bad they took over the the submarine port. You remember that very well during your term during you and Barack Obama. They took over a big part of what should have been Ukraine. You handed it to him. But you were getting a lot of money from Russia. They were paying you a lot of money, and they probably still are. But now with what came out today, it's even worse. All of the e mails, the emails, the horrible e mails of the kind of money that you were raking in you and your family. And Joe you a vice president, when some of this was happening, and it should have never happened, And I think you owe an explanation to the American people. Why is it somebody just had a news conference a little while. Ago who was essentially supposed to work with you and your family. But what he said was damning. And regardless of me, I think you have to clean it up and talk to the American people. Maybe you could do it right now. Ice President Biden. You may respond visions and I don't want to follow up on the election security. I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life. We learn with this president. Paid 50 times The tax in China as a secret bank account with China does business in China and in fact is talking about me taking money? I have not taken a single penny from any country. What so ever ever number one number two This is a president. I have released all of my tax returns. 22 years go look at them. 22 years of my tax returns. You have not released a single solitary year of your tax returns. What are you hiding? Why are you on Willie? The foreign countries are paying you a lot. Russia is paying you a lot Chinese paying a lot on your hotels and all your businesses all around the country all around the world and China is building a new road to a new guy. Ah, a golf course you have overseas. So what's going on here? Why don't release your tax return to stop talking about corruption. President Trump you're

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"radcliffe" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on KOMO

"And you got $3.5 million. Your family got $3.5 million in You know, someday you're gonna have to explain. Why did you get through to him? I never got any money from Russia. I don't get money from Russia. Now, about your thing last night. I knew all about that and threw John who was John Radcliffe was fantastic DNA, he said. The one thing that's common to both of them. They both want you to lose because there has been nobody tougher to Russia with between the sanctions, nobody tougher than me on Russia. Between the sanctions between all of what I've done with nature. You know, I've got the NATO countries to put up an extra 130 billion going to $420 billion a year. Let's to guard against Russia. I sold while he was selling pillows and sheets. I sold tank busters to Ukraine. There has been nobody tougher. On Russia than Donald Trump. And I'll tell you they were so bad they took over the the submarine port. You remember that very well during your term during you and Barack Obama. They took over a big part of what should have been Ukraine. You handed it to him. But you were getting a lot of money from Russia. They were paying you a lot of money, and they probably still are. But now with what came out today, it's even worse. All of the e mails, the emails, the horrible e mails of the kind of money that you were raking in you and your family. In jail. You will Vice President when some of this was happening, and it should have never happened, And I think you owe an explanation to the American people. Why is it somebody just had a news conference a little while. Ago who was essentially supposed to work with you and your family. But what he said was damning. And regardless of me, I think you have to clean it up and talk to the American people. Maybe you could do it right now. Vice President Biden. You may respond visions and I don't want to follow up on the election security. I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life. We learn with this president. Paid 50 times The tax in China as a secret bank account with China does business in China and in fact is talking about me taking money? I have not taken a single penny from any country. What? So ever, ever number one number two? This is a president. I have released all of my tax returns. 22 years go look at them. 22 years of my tax returns. You have not released a single solitary year of your tax return. What are you hiding? Why are you on Willie? The foreign countries are paying you a lot. Russia's paying you a lot. China is paying a lot on your hotels and all your businesses all around the country all around the world and China is building a new road to a new God. Ah, a golf course you have overseas. So what's going on here? Why don't release your tax return to stop talking about corruption? President Trump You're responsible. I called my accounts underwrote it. I'm going to release them as soon as we can. I want to do it and it will show how successful how great this company is, but much more importantly than that people were saying $750. I asked them a week ago, I said. What did I pay? They said, Sir, You pre paid tens of millions of dollars. I pre paid my tax tens over the last number of years. Tens of millions of dollars. I prepaid. Because at some point they think it's an estimate. They think I may have to pay tax. So I already prepaid it. Nobody told me that your cattle But I tell you that Excuse me, and it wasn't written. Whenever they write to say they keep talking about $750, which I think is a filing fee. But let me just tell you I prepaid millions and millions of dollars in taxes. Number one number two. I don't make money from China. You do? I don't make money from Ukraine. You do? I don't make money from Russia. You make $3.5.

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U.S. says Iran, Russia was behind threatening emails targeting voters

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. says Iran, Russia was behind threatening emails targeting voters

"Two weeks until the election, and U. S officials are disclosing that Iran and Russia trying to influence the American election, Thie F B. I says Iran pretended to be proud Boys members threatening voters if they didn't choose. Trump and Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe says Iran also made a video about fraudulent ballots that implies that individuals could cast fraudulent ballots. Even from overseas and now California Democratic representative Adam Schiff questions Radcliffe's timing and wants more information about the underlying intelligence that led to the conclusion about fraudulent ballots. The director has been willing to on a political and selective basis, declassify and make information available publicly in order to suit the president's

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U.S. intelligence says Iran and Russia are attempting to compromise 2020 elections

The World

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. intelligence says Iran and Russia are attempting to compromise 2020 elections

"Weeks until Election Day, the U. S intelligence community issued a warning foreign powers are trying to influence the vote. Here's director of National Intelligence John Radcliffe last night. We have identified that to foreign actors Iran and Russia. Have taken specific actions to influence public opinion relating to our elections. Ratcliffe said Iran obtained American voter registration data and he's been sending threatening faked emails to American voters. The Iranian government denies the allegation. And it is something the Swiss envoy in Tehran to condemn what it calls baseless accusations of meddling in the U. S election.

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U.S. Blames Iran For Threatening Election Emails

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Blames Iran For Threatening Election Emails

"42. We have heard the warnings that there have been ongoing, systematic efforts to meddle in the upcoming election. Yesterday would possibly saw evidence of it with news of email threats to democratic voters in swing states. Those emails included the target's names and addresses and claimed to be from the far right Proud boys Group. But in a hastily arranged news conference last night, the director of National Intelligence, John Radcliffe said the emails did not come from the pro Trump group, he said. It came

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FBI says Iran behind threatening emails sent to Florida Democrats

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

FBI says Iran behind threatening emails sent to Florida Democrats

"Of National Intelligence, John Radcliffe said Iran and Russia have accessed voter registration information of American citizens. This data can be used by foreign actors to attempt to communicate false information. Two registered voters that they hope will cause confusion, Radcliffe said. Iran is already sending spoof emails to voters. The FBI and Florida law enforcement officials have been investigating emails sent to registered Democrats that threatened to come after you if you don't vote for President Trump

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Top intelligence officers say Iran, Russia stole voter information to create chaos

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Top intelligence officers say Iran, Russia stole voter information to create chaos

"Actions are desperate attempts by desperate adversary. The government's top intelligence official, John Radcliffe, announcing Russia and Iran have stolen voter registration data to try to interfere with the U. S election. Election law expert David Becker. This is overwhelmingly designed to diminish voter confidence to get us to doubt our own system's officials say Tehran was behind those emails sent to voters claiming to be from the far right group Proud Boys.

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Iran Blamed For Threatening Election Emails, U.S. Intelligence Officials Say

Our American Stories

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Iran Blamed For Threatening Election Emails, U.S. Intelligence Officials Say

"An unusual nighttime news conference to talk about election meddling. We would like to alert Public that we have identified that to foreign actors, Iran and Russia. Have taken specific actions to influence public opinion. Relating to our election. US Director of National Intelligence John Radcliffe. We have confirmed that some voter registration information has been obtained by Iran. And separately by Russia. He says Tehran has already sent emails calling out both Russia and, Ah Say the two of obtaining information on US voters with Iran, sending emails aimed at intimidating voters and sowing unrest in multiple states. Common cause. New

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U.S. government concludes Iran was behind threatening emails sent to Democrats

Kim Komando

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. government concludes Iran was behind threatening emails sent to Democrats

"The director of National intelligence, John Requip, and FBI director Christopher Wray. Morning that Iran is behind phony emails threatening voters in several states. According to Radcliffe, Iran sent out spoof emails to intimidate voters incite unrest and damage. President Trump. Radcliffe offered this advice to voters who received such a threat. Do not allow these efforts. To have their intended effect. If you receive an intimidating or manipulative female in your inbox. Don't be alarmed. And do not spread it. In addition to sending out the emails, Radcliffe said Iran is posting videos online, implying fraudulent ballots could be cast both domestically and from overseas locks is David Lee Miller says. The intelligence chief also warns Russia is trying to spread false information to undermine confidence in the American

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"radcliffe" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Oh my god Coachella has been posted on the and Daniel Radcliffe does not have the virus that's being spread around every single no I am not Harry potter does not have coronavirus who starts this time I don't know you know I I thought about you this morning is is totally off the subject but this Corey Feldman yeah apparently they have the forgot about that was that that was what yesterday right yes nine yes and apparently some people hacked into the I guess he had some hacker problem some people saw the movie then went to the theater but everybody online so nothing well who was it who was it who was the one we would not we would all know the household name one is Charlie trie really like I was joking about while you were joking I was there I don't know you worry they'll live but he had a different expression he claims that Charlie Sheen of basically molested Corey was Cory Heimann thing and now Corey Haynes mother says that's not true really yeah what we heard from Charlie Sheen of course he's getting a tiger blood transfusion yeah I guess he is tiger blood and winning so that's that was the big thing I guess yeah that was germinating there was another one to traffic somebody behind the scenes that might not be body with no harm no one would know was with Charlie Charlie Sheen was the big name yeah interesting well big surprise in but he said that the apparently somebody powerful head and and basically hacked into on line to stop the movie from being shown in that interesting but in the theater they did see where you wonder though if that's if that's not part of a publicity stunt good day you know we racked X. we never movie but we were hacked you know what I mean they did have a movie environment and then they started moving up they thought the theater it just didn't go out online one of Stephen King showed up for the premiere you know he's probably the one the hacked into also the well known interesting isn't very Google is asking all of its employees across North America to work from home through April tenth do the coronavirus I got asked that question today to him by a management I can I can I broadcast from home no I mean I I I think I would have to have an ISDN line or one of those when the they got something new now they use and I don't know what it is anyway quick time out I guess right okay news break more of whatever's going on right now if this read super talk ninety nine seven from the W. T. N. news center on him affirmative top stories wall street's all big gains in stock prices today Steve Gaston Browne says the Dow regained roughly half of the massive losses from the previous day trading day was filled with lots of peaks and valleys but a rally was under way as the closing bell approached and the Dow Jones industrial average finished the session up more than eleven hundred and sixty points a rise of almost four point nine percent in made up around half of Monday's massive losses the S. and P. five hundred and nasdaq experienced similar gains voting wraps up shortly in the next round of primary contest in Michigan Missouri Mississippi Washington and Idaho democratic caucuses will be held in North Dakota former vice president Joe Biden Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard all remain in the race here at home seven confirmed cases of coronavirus as we learn about the economic impact here in Nashville news two sites the national convention and visitors corporation which says an estimated seventy five meetings and student group trips to Nashville have been cancelled since the beginning of the corona virus epidemic that translates into about twenty five point seven million dollars in direct spending lost can weaver W. T. N. news news is brought to you by efficient HVAC traffic and weather next super genesis diamonds W. T. M. traffic center yes said hermitage Avenue in Fairfield thanks in there and twenty four west Spring Street also forty and then I got a wreck with injuries there west said twenty four also here at four forty in Hillsboro politician well my traffic every ten minutes several super toned down seven you know have you been to the donut distillery if not it's time for you to visit their east Nashville location on Gallatin Avenue and.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hotel John Radcliffe nominated by president trump to be the next director of national intelligence the Texas Republican withdrew his name from being chosen for that position back in August after facing intense media scrutiny house speaker Nancy Pelosi meanwhile in a statement saying we call upon the Senate to remember that they take an oath to protect America not the president and vote against his nomination what a week on Wall Street the Dow Jones and the S. and P. five hundred each falling more than ten percent the World Wide corona virus outbreak behind a massive selloff mark Zandi is the chief economist with moody's analytics he says investors are right to be concerned and fearful but sandy also says that history shows the American economy will bounce back about the situation overseas in Europe is in much worse shape so didn't take very long in a you know to come to some pretty dark scenarios and me and maybe it's an overreaction but there is a probability that things go off the rails here I think that's what people are saying when they're selling the stocks so it's fundamentally what's going on here is rational the Dow ended the week down fourteen percent overall from a record high sh with the potential impact of the corona virus on everyone's mind these days the archdiocese of Boston is now taking preventive steps this weekend during religious activities here's WBZ's dot help archdiocese officials say they are reassured by public health officials who say the U. S. is at low risk but they are taking preventative steps just in case holy water fonts will be drained and cleaned on a regular basis the sign of peace will be exchanged during mass but instead of a handshake there will be no physical contact perhaps a bow to the person next to you distribution of the precious blood to wine is suspended for now the archdiocese says they are continuing to monitor all available information and guidance about the cove it nineteen virus don't cope WBZ Boston news radio thank you to horses are being treated at the MSPCA Nevins farm after the animals were rescued from terrible conditions in Ludlow more details from WBZ's Karen regal it's astonishing to hear a man with forty years experience a rescuing two wars since in Ludlow is the worst case of animal neglect he's ever seen but that's what Roger let's say the manager equine rescue and training at Nevins farm told me about two wars is secure and tia rescued that.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"You'll hear from a non and they'll let you know all the various exploits to be on the lookout they'll let you know some companies reported a fraud they'll let you know that they're looking out for you but the least you hear from the better now something that just happened which has been typical of every day in these hearings we have the morning session where the equivalent of bomb shells are dropped today there haven't been that man a if at all compared of course the yesterday in previous days but still then a couple of witnesses today Fiona hill and this guy what's his name David Holmes and he was counselor to the U. S. embassy in Ukraine and is another one of these guys is to seems very full of himself very impressed with himself in his opening statement very is great the way with things that he has said later in the day and John Ratcliffe caught him in a big when we have to sound bites numbers thirty three and thirty four Radcliffe Republican Texas seven you said the David Holmes you said you heard president trump say you heard you heard you said you heard president trump say is he going to do this investigation and ambassadors Tomlin said he's going to do it he'll do anything you ask him to that's what you say you heard is that right yes Sir what did president from say next he said he said good what about sweet he said what Sir eight I'm sorry I need to look at back where we are in the middle the conversation here were reason that testimony yeah exactly so is it any turn to Sweden conversation what did president trump say next he said good what about Sweden good what about Sweden good what about Sweden why isn't that in your statement search is not a word for word every single morning the conversation what is the most important part of the conversation well then they turn to sweet and they turned the other topic if you're thinking so what well the point here Sweden we're talking about Ukraine trump turn just wait and this guy didn't put this in his opening statement all of a sudden now trump was so concerned about your previous over after talking about Sweden so when when kinda lays the plays and out for homes neck respectfully Mister Holmes this impeachment inquiry is based on the call the day before were president trump as part of a bribery scheme of an extortion scheme as part of a quid pro quo according to the Democrats demanded investigations in exchange for either military aid or White House meeting in the next day you were witness to president trump receiving word that the bribery scheme was successfully extortion scheme was successful and his response.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Warrior erupted I object to that characterization it's pretty obvious what you're trying to do Sir Radcliffe let me ask the question the lawyer I'm representing my witness here in this is my client for you I mean this is a situation if you guys want to go down this road god be with you Radcliffe let me ask my question because what I heard you don't have a jury here Sir you don't have the public hear rack with I understand that I'm making a record well eventually you you will you can do it then Radcliffe I will right now we're going to object so very well your objected to Radcliffe trying to elucidate who you work for then when your reporting to because it clearly isn't the president now in the real world this is insubordination in Washington it is trump guilty of insubordination because he's not following the usual channels he is not going through the usual channels of the national security apparatus which is populated by people who are trying to sabotage undermine and destroy drop it makes perfect sense that he would be doing an end run around the it's call draining the swamp it's call doing exactly what he was elected to do vending has acted outside his chain of command and has been the witness I think that has a firm this he keeps preaching about chain of command chain of command chain of command of the obvious he is abrogating his own because he works for the president he does not work for the president of Ukraine he does not represent Ukraine interests but if you listen to his testimony that's what he's all about he is representing the interests of Ukraine against Donald Trump yes supposedly telling the Ukraine president advising the Ukraine president who to be on the look out for what to be on the watch for and it's all trump related stuff this massive insubordination so then we got a chain of command that he's following it but it's outside it's outside the actual chain of command that he is part of Russia is always at work and the E. I. V. never closes fifteen hours a week here what is there not it turns out a lot yeah the Limbaugh letter is a repository for win three hours is just not enough get the Limbaugh letter subscribe now.

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"radcliffe" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:33 min | 3 years ago

"radcliffe" Discussed on KTRH

"Taylor is interviewed by Radcliffe today do you have any evidence to assert the president so Lynskey was lying to the world when he said are those things that you know in other words he was saying there's absolutely no reason to believe is the Lynskey was not telling the truth when he said about his conversation that I didn't feel any pressure Taylor says Mr reckless if I can respond my time is short your time is short yes Sir now I have no reason to doubt what the president said that can I just give you a fact a little number that you might not know Taylor commented in his opening statement alone seventeen times on hearsay and conjecture seventeen times in his opening statement that's his own admission that's him saying I don't know nothin this guide on another we all know nothing period end of story but that was the funny thing I mean I was in there one point and everybody say well in the conversation but you never talk to the president no no no so you don't know directly had no I don't know anything Seoul you're saying that it was the European and bass union ambassador Sunal in here you do know that ambassador Sunderland said no there was no quid pro quo yeah I know that but you can check during other what do you make a conjecture otherwise and you don't know any other fact witness here I mean you you can you can't even make this up none of this would be admissible in in if if it was your challenging a park in the parking ticket for crying out loud it's how stupid this whole thing is become but it is but there is this level the psychotic rage and I just I am stunned at how stupid they come off how dumb they are how weak their arguments are how rest taking Lee conspiratorial they are how it's all based on what this person said that this person to that person and this person but no we don't really know ourselves type of testimony and the the obvious hypocrisy but because you got the goods on Joe when hunter but the very thing you're claiming to be so outraged about and you would think maybe these these idiots that said foreign election interference is so bad for the last two and a half years might actually thank Donald Trump for telling the new president you need to get to the bottom of your role in the twenty sixteen election interference it is it's pretty fascinating as it is it's educational this has happened by the way down to the Democrats every single time they do this it blows up in their face member when Ollie north Iran contra well you you you went to a a a lingerie store and your fawn hall is your good looking secretary that's what they call them at the time yes I did and I had no idea what I bought there until my wife reminded me that I had to pick up leotards for my daughter's Texas all or Brendan Sullivan excuse me I'm not a potted plant I'm a guy's lawyer it just blows up and you and it just all it does is reinforce every thing that Donald Trump has been telling us about these people in Washington this is a swamp this is a store full of corruption Georgia Jeff Sean Hannity show glad you called Jeff how are you good how are you doing I'm good what's going on I first wanted to say thank you for what you do for your tonight to that city and you do he's been a great help to me and to the country so appreciate you for that very but are you give me this microphone we're all spokes on a wheel it's all hands on deck and I'm honored to be here with you every day in this fight well in our and we are together every day and and I appreciate your get up to the the appreciate your tenacity the calls it's a long to income and it it's it's just so drawn and that's why I called shown is the thing that I'm particularly upset about these days specifically is how quickly these Democrats can get together a committee and started an investigation and calling people in on public television and it just seemed like the the the two reports that we have in the works are just taking so long to come to light this is it's easy we hear about every day what they're being called up in but we don't get well we really don't have the movement I I mentioned it earlier the inspector general the IG report on Faiza abuse is now nearing release as the inspector general has now this is the final step and that is he's invited in government officials to review the portions of the report into Faiza abuse are in the process during the investigation into the skiff and they are in other words fox news reporting the current former officials have been invited to review the portions of the report that relate to them over the next several days signaling that Monday is the day we've been told hopefully it I'll come out Monday or Tuesday the latest and by the way this is that this is gonna be a really bad day for Democrats this is this is not one of their conspiracy theories is it back with real evidence of a real premeditated fraud on the court and you know finally the days arriving couldn't come soon enough for me either I know how you feel our Jeff thank you my friend Jacksonville Florida Ted how are you John good afternoon just evidence are you our work in the swamp and I worked all over the world and I'm margin is she hearing and I'm telling you it's a giant fund raiser for the Democratic Party their their fundraising has come miserable and they're using that I watch what happens in a couple months hello she's gonna have a revelation it's close to the election we sure do know which impeachment joiners and we the people are tired of those legislators using our money to fund raise for themselves and for the party they should each each member democratic member of that committee should give up their three hundred and forty eight thousand dollars yes three hundred and forty eight thousand dollars a day cards from we the people to do their job where's your prescription where's your health care where it's a lower prescription drugs where's your immigration is because your fund raising for the party and then they're gone they're you know they know the bidens got a problem this is why they started this I work in China sixteen years you don't get one dollar from the Chinese government let's say one twenty back you know I got to tell you so and thank you for your call Ted let me tell you one thing though you gotta understand I actually take it as a badge of honor right I've seen the emails that Adam chef the compromise corrupt cowered in congenital liar I mean if he uses my show and things I've said about him to raise money and he's not going to be stopped by the likes of Sean Hannity I'm like oh good grief now help in this guy raise money you taught DJ what's going on rod our cat lands Salt Lake City what's happening Sir not much ordered a handy I'm good man what's going on there are maybe two years old I want to ask you a question on why my peers cannot see how great of a job or credit he is doing and they can't see the corruption of the Democrats and how they're just smearing like this image over the net how great they are I'm beginning to lose you but I think I know what you're saying look I mean the one thing I am I mean I guess there's certain young people that you're never gonna convince that conservatives mortgage but when they get in the real world and they see real money taking out of their real paycheck and then they begin to have to pay real bills and cell phone bills and health care bills and rent bills and car payment bells and and taxes and they see that they're keeping you know sixty cents of every dollar if you live in New York last I'm all of a sudden reality begins to you know saying care arm look I ready see with my own kids at some point you know when that says no you're on a budget which I do all of a sudden you know he Hey no life would be this difficult when even if I you know I did that with Patrick I but I'm on a budget you're on a budget that's it how's that going going great because he went on a spending spree they spent like a joke a ton of money on like improving you know what's the call of duty and and what the league game the sneakers he bought were like seven hundred Bucks ago seriously you think I'm paying for your seven hundred dollar sneakers you are how do they work for him they walk in the car I have no idea what they do flabbergasted at this I might your goal exactly they made ago they on Amazon so I'm I'm not a good benchmark for this well apparently the the sneakers everybody wants that and I'm like good to go by him gold gold or working go make your money and you go go by take him back that's that was my answer take them back I don't think that's mean at all anyway eight hundred nine four one Shawn is our number you want to be part of program Terry Florida Terry how are you casting all radio stations Sean Hannity show C. 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"radcliffe" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

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"radcliffe" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"Yes and answer Johnson just like most kids. Do you hang out with your friends in the neighborhood and there was an empty house basically several of them because the city was quite run down. I mean used to go and play in these empty houses in the vacation school vacation and then we'd say I got enjoying the day. Let's get in at night because it might be whole ince's and your tiny. Our is really little kid. I would have been seven or eight when we started sort of running rounds and doing this and lots of people do that when the younger but then be kept going on central okay. Let's do somewhat isn't empty. So let's morning morning sample we got into 'em there's lots of museums in my city in the museum and we decided it it would be grateful and to get into this museum and try and get locked in overnight. What did you do hide in the ceiling tiles so while we just you stay on this is pre these days the security cameras and Allom but back then there was like won- you know security guy I read in the newspaper run all in asleep. I'll definitely our we just avoided him. I mean that's the tricky just avoided him. We've run into the toilets. We just changed flaws. We use the de. The guy was using the left. I just got locked in overnight and it's terrifying. I can tell you that they made a movie about night at the museum rice and I remember when I saw that came out and I thought for a minute I will oh. Oh Oh my God they've taken my story is GonNa be like some in a cautionary tale about child crime but but actually it is terrifying to be locked in a museum at night we locked in the lodge a whole flow case it's ancient Egypt with mummies and but we never I never like all the we did lots of things like that and it was always very frightening and but it never never stopped me doing it and it was like I mean just know the story. That was very early on a defense on. I remember was zoo. We got got zoom at night. I wanted to look at Lyon and see a lion at night and it Kinda threw itself against the cage and we you know what screaming out the out Suzuki when there was no security and then another time I mean this is awful and disrespectful but we were just kids. In my defense there was a funeral PA and you know teenagers have this morbid fascination with death and things and let's go go and see a body and we got locked in there as well and that was that was actually awful and terrifying on the body was not in the refrigerator refrigerator there. Taylor was screened and everything and Tangent Bash. The on the door was locked and they all night with a dead bodies awful. I'd say Karma yes if it just doesn't put me off and what happens was I carried on never stole anything broke anything. That really wasn't the point. The point was the same as is for a lot of hackers. It's just that well. I mean it's their right dramatic. I'm not GONNA do anything. I just WanNa see if I can look I'm particularly if people say day you caught all this is very this to secure and so I had cousins and older kid so the teaching me Matrix Anim- we carried on doing it for a long time and I started to land the skills that I used news now so even though I had a bachelor's degree was on related and then I got a masters degree business degree alongside ride all of those things I was interested in things like influence persuasion and negotiation and body language and deception way who some of your influences on that if you don't mind so I was always interested in in terms of body language interception we unaccustomed in the Chevy would never see body language which is non variables. I study Dr Paul Ackman's Working People may be familiar with from an the show light to me is really but also David Matsumoto over in Japan and and some of the I think think mock Frank Beckmann sort of proteges and then carried on the field himself so I studied deception an with ackman initially and then sort of branch out to other sources I am. I'm then you know all these things that I was studying and I am every time it kind of land something new I used to to take away from kind of physically break in by picking allocco climbing up onto the roof or something a news to to talk to people instead to kind of create re Paul so the they'd let me in which seems a safer an easier option on yeah and that's how it all Straw awesome nice and I always even when I was doing my degree and when I was way. Can I get a proper job if you like you know. I was consultants and I was. I was in procurement Ullmann's I am. I always used to get these jobs on the side you know what will you test this building. If you get into this building go save. He can do today's it all sort of culminated so I I was built in this sort of umbrella skills and I was teaching. I was in negotiation. MM consultants and I still do do that. I was teaching all these things I actually spoke at a conference in Gemini and I was approached at the end of the conference is in a very clandestine way you know so you know I was going into my hotels quite lace after this conference that being speaking about negotiation and linguistics mystics right in the kind of patterns of gwen sticks to detect stress than an things like him in partner conversation whether there was one of the people with deferring Errington and someone sort of his step me out the dog Jenny rackliff God what I didn't know in Germany so not my home country even and he said you know you're a social engineer and I was like okay. I'm going to run away uh-huh but I said yes oppose and they offered me a job. I it wasn't that I hadn't been paid before but it was especially you a big salary that they offered me and it was to break into a bank. Jammie like two days late a on so initially. I said now Eric because I have to be quite a model Passan the psychology and the skills is that I have that in the wrong hands is very manipulative an criminal so but also I didn't know these people way they could have been real criminals right and so it was very it was kind of like I said now and then he said we're GonNa pay you. I'm unnamed fix that was just the most I would ever paid my life but one job so I said yes S. Where would you want me to be. I know no check them out a little bit. I mean it was a security fan. They had been hired to do the work contracts. I'm what happened was well. I mean I tend to the building and I had an in all wrapped in a bandage on. I mean I spoke about this before but was biotech so there was a fingerprint recognition entry Eh lock an advantage my race hunt and I was carrying a lot of files in my life. I can't get into the bank and it's a very extravagant very expensive exclusive kind of place ace on the security laws and I walked straight up to the biotech straight to the fingerprint entry as if I did it every day and this and this is one of the things that the important it's it's it's. It's not really acting but it's it's confidence right Brian. You have to believe yourself that you're capable of it along. Show on there's lots that and yeah. I don't uneven speak German but I put my finger on the lock into let me in and I try I again and it just let me in and I swore quite loudly dropped all the files and raised US unaccustomed security guard doesn't want that in his reception and this is the key the absolute key to it is I don't look dangerous right. I'm just like a normal pace in colleague any let me in and of course it shouldn't have let me in because the minute that I get past take the bandage off. I dumped the files and and I was in Eh the office of all the manages I took files. Saga passwords people key loggers into his thumb drives. I have some fun and you know and I was in and out probably in ninety minutes. I'm not buying five being a criminal would really compromised so yeah. My mom thinks I work with computers fashion. Yeah I really especially appreciate about that. It was one mistake that let you in yeah. The only takes one slip it. It's just an IT's been obviously now for years and years I mean by the the reason that Germany was significant was after I did that. I came out in public and said this is what I do for a living and you know when when i Lok I'd given interviews about negotiation on about influenced tactics and all sorts of things long before I came out and said this is what I did is job because it really is only being acceptable to say that you're a burglar for hire in the last few the as right because of the security industry true and I don't know if you're familiar with Kevin Mitnick yes of cost okay well. I feel like his example is like the perfect proof of the social engineering versus the computer engineering because as as you read through he had people now he was at the time he said there is no patch human stupidity. That's true on you know. That's a bit me. It's it's main because anyone with the right scrapes can because included Kevin Mitnick and he probably would not say any different. That's true. I actually had a chase Hughes on. He's a behavioral engineer and his favorite ever it. Shall we say counterparts. He ran a lot of prisons and things like that. He loves cocky people. They're the easiest for him. Oh Oh my God so I tell you right I was at a I was in the states and I was speaking at a conference absolutely gorgeous I was in California. California was in Santa Barbara. I'm on it wasn't someone at the conference right but it was a real swanky event you know and actually during the soccer well. Cook and England of just being knocked out and I was really unhappy and there was talk and not wanting to do anything on this guy at seed. I might pitcher in that was there because I was going to do this talk and he said he said you're Haka Aca. I kind of like I am but most people when they think of a hockey don't think of someone like me. They think of you know white male usually in a hoodie usually usually behind a keyboard with mountain dew and a friend right. That's what people think and it's a cliche but it's that's what people think so. I can yes as an any Sadullah four gigantic electronic need that we've all would know Um so actually I said. I'm not really a hack. I'm a social engineer and he said Oh we love you guys. We are ready for you. Just you just try and and the thing is number one. I'm not happy new unless you pay me right. It's not a hobby takes time and effort number two. It's such a stupid thing to say because it kind of painting a target on yourself you. It's like day you not right. You know so chases right. Hourigan says it's like an negotiation as well when people say. Oh Oh you know I'm a rottweiler well. That's that's actually quite easy to deal with. You know the more one dimensional and dominant a single single traces the easy that is to counter you see now. You said that people that give him. The most trouble have a lot of humility. They're not sure of themselves and he has a nightmare of time with them because it's hard to get them to commit on on one thing or another and that's trickier to manipulate the Asoka point because what you're looking for if someone's vary indecisive live a little bit and you really have to push a bit harder to get them to do what you want and that means you're on the you know on the phone or in contact longer and this more chances of your pretext or your unit the deception coming on unraveled. He actually had a couple questions for you himself. I like to have previous guests and I love talking about other guests and introducing them but he wanted to know. If you've ever used a wheelchair and social engineering engagement I personally haven't I have a friend. WHO's a very good social engineer. Is that amputate I on. I have a accusses while he came on in the very early days and he said to me he is never stops ever technical hacker but he says in hotels can go anywhere. I like so I can just say I need. I need the bathroom. Someone sent me now on says they'll just leave him because of celebrity once with fandom so I have the nearest. I suppose to anything like that was when I was pregnant. I worked almost to the last minute because of stay busy because nobody stops a pregnant lady. I can imagine nice. I thought that you're bandaged arm earlier too when I was like oh Ted Bundy's old trick yes now you say it's yes bundled them in the back of the van that's true I never. I've never thought that'd be cool but that's true date. Oh my God disturbing and that's what I said everything. Everything's on a spectrum so you go from Zig Ziglar. Uglier all the way to Jim Jones. All in there could be very useful or could be evil well you you play okay on..

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