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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on KOMO

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03:54 min | Last week

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on KOMO

"24 hour News Station Co. Mo news 1000 FM 97 7 new poll out this week from ABC News in The Washington Post, Americans overwhelmingly support President Biden's decision to end the war in Afghanistan but by a 2 to 1 margin. They disapprove about how he handled the chaotic and ultimately deadly withdrawal that include the evacuation of several 1000 US citizens and tens of thousands of Afghans. Joining us now is pulling director Scott Clement with The Washington Post and What are some of the top line numbers here? What are the most shocking things you found? The biggest thing is that Afghanistan? What we saw, of course, was a very chaotic pull out a lot of surprising overtaking by the Taliban. But what the poll shows is that Americans are really of two minds on Afghanistan. They they have. They had soured on the war, uh many years ago, and so on the one front, they're very supportive. Withdrawal broadly, they didn't want to keep forces there. But they're highly critical of Biden's handling of the withdrawal, and in fact, it is clearly his worst issue so far as President. Americans disapprove of his handling of the issue by 2 to 1, as you mentioned And his approval rating is overall job rating has declined by six points. Since late June. So Biden is paying a serious political price for what's happened in Afghanistan and if I'm not mistaken, depending on the poll, whether it's ABC News, Washington Post or some of the others. Biden is now roughly even on his approval numbers, if not a little underwater. Is that not correct, right? Our our poll finds him at 44% approval in 51% disapproval, so he's seven points underwater in our poll. We saw another poll from Mary's College Pretty similar results yesterday. Um you know, it's good to look across multiple see where Biden ears but just in our own survey in tune he was at 50%. Approval and 40 to present his approval. So he had been maintaining this sort of narrow, positive ratings that is gone. Isn't that though kind of typical for a new president. There is that honeymoon period when they're first sworn into office and then towards the summer, maybe into the fall, some issues hit and that honeymoon period wears off. That's generally true and Donald Trump received very little honeymoon as president. Biden had a bit more of a honeymoon as president than Trump did. He came into office with Pretty positive ratings of his transition. Um, Still, Biden's honeymoon of ending quicker than previous presidents. Bill Clinton is the other president who had a pretty quick end to that and was underwater pretty soon after being elected after entering office. But President Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush and Barack Obama all saw negative numbers come in their second year. An officer later getting back to Afghanistan in the poll We're looking at just 8% say the decision to leave makes the United States safer from terrorism. Whether or not a voter feels safe is a pretty good indication of whether they're going to vote for an incumbent or a challenger, isn't it? It's important to track that kind of element, and one of the numbers I look at is the share who say it makes the country less safe. 44% say that. So that is a kind of criticism that Biden might face. Certainly Democrats my face in the upcoming midterm elections. He still have about half who say it makes no difference or That that the withdrawal makes the US safer, but that he pointed out that the safer element is very, very few people think that so that's not much of something to an argument to stand on. However, Biden or Democrats That's Washington Post polling director Scott Clement. For more numbers inside an analysis subscribe to the Coma politic cast available at common news dot com slash podcasts or on your favorite podcast app. Come on news time. 6 20.

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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

First Morning News

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"The country is remembering Walter Mondale, the former vice president died at the age of 93 1976. Mondale became a national figure in the Democratic presidential nominee, Jimmy Carter asked him to join the ticket as his running mate, The Carter Mondale, take it lost the White House in 1982, Ronald Reagan, George Bush. 1984 bundles choice for a running mate Rock the election. New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on the presidential ticket, but the campaign struggled to overcome a double digit deficit in the polls. Mondale served his country for more than 50 years. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on WTOP

"Vernon Jordan, a civil rights leader and close adviser to former President Bill Clinton, has died. The former president of the National Urban League rose to prominence is a civil rights activist with close connections in all corners of American politics. Though he was closest with Democrats, including presidents from Lyndon Johnson to Barack Obama, he also worked with Republican Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush. Cause of death was not immediately released. He was 85 years old. The FBI director will be on Capitol Hill. Today, He'll face questions about the January attack on the Capitol. More about that from CBS News reporter Stacy Land, the focus will be on how the FBI prepared and shared intelligence prior to the attack on January 6 Christopher Wray will have to respond to the allegations from former Capitol police chief Steven Son, who said he had no knowledge of the FBI memo sent out the day before the insurrection. Son claims the communiqu Cation failure ultimately was what led to the security failures at the Capitol briefing last week, federal officials say they're closely monitoring threats to the president's first address to a joint session of Congress. Now today's hearing will start at 10 o'clock and you can watch it live at w t o p dot com Another woman has stepped forward to accuse New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior. This third accuser claims New York Governor Andrew Cuomo asked her for a kiss at a wedding in 2019, and along with The New York Times article. Photo that Anna Roose gave to the paper with both of his hands on her face, She says the event left her uncomfortable and embarrassed, Bruce says Upon meeting her. Cuomo first put his hand on her bareback, which was exposed in an open back dress. The sexual harassment allegations from two other women who had worked for the Cuomo administration led New York's attorney general to say she was moving ahead with an investigation. Matt Piper CBS NEWS New York check on Wall Street this morning, just about seven minutes since the opening Bell and the Dowager Was industrials are up nine points. The NASDAQ is down 40, though in the S and P 500 Index is down. Three. We'll check in with Jeff Klee Bond get.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:25 min | 7 months ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Mork Lewis. And I'm Deborah Feinstein. Jocelyn Chesson is our producer coming up. New details related to the attack on the U. S. Capitol in former President Trump's impeachment trial on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller more praise for a Capitol Hill police officer after new video shows him protecting more members of Congress during the riot guidance for quarantining if you've had the cove in 19 vaccine Slight gains on Wall Street This morning, the Dow is up 41 points. NASDAQ Up 49, the S and P Up. Seven w t o P A 10 31 House Democrats plan to wrap up their opening arguments today in the impeachment trial of former President Trump. Yesterday's presentation of new video shows the frightening moments the U. S Capital came under siege. W T. O P S Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill. Donald Trump's surrendered his role as commander in chief and became the Insider in chief lead impeachment manager and Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin, arguing that the former president set the stage for the deadly violence on January 6th by making baseless claims about election fraud for months before the insurrection, newly released video as well as audio vividly illustrate the scary moments that unfolded as the mob breached police barricades. Sensibly, a riot 13 49 hours declaring it a riot delegates. Stacey Plaskett, one of the impeachment managers took senators through various new videos from Capitol security cameras. The second man through the window is wearing full Tactical body armor and is carrying a baseball bat on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. OBY News Well in that chilling video yesterday, New footage shows the U. S Capitol police officer who had been hailed for his heroism during the insurrection. Doing it again. This time officer Eugene Goodman is directing Utah Senator Mitt Romney to turn around and head in the opposite direction of rioters who stormed the building. Officer. Goodman was already shown in an earlier video. Luring an angry mob away from the Senate chamber means I'm some Republican senators say the new video shown by House impeachment managers, he's gripping and troubling. Senator Ron Portman of Ohio, says watching the footage was reliving a horrible day. Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan says he felt angry. Seeing the new footage. Montana Senator Steve Daines declined to say if the video's changed his thinking about the final vote on convicting or acquitting the former president. But he says the House presentation Brings back all the horrible memories of that dame. The trial resumes at noon today, and you can watch it live at w t o p dot com. While many Republicans remain loyal to former President Trump many you're looking to break away. Reuters reporting dozens of former Republican officials are now in talks to form a center right party made up of those unwilling to stand up to former President Trump. More than 120 of the Republican leaders held the zoom call last week to talk about the breakaway group. They reportedly include former officials from the administrations of Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush and Donald Trump, as well as former Republican ambassadors and strategists. It would run on a platform of principled conservatism, which the group's backers say has been trashed by the former president. Trump. Just ahead new questions about how vaccines are distributed in our region. 10 34 Getting out of debt can.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John Baxter. This is John Baxter Show. I welcome Jed Babbin writing the American Spectator about the presidential election. 2020 the choice between Donald Trump president and Joe Biden, former vice president, a choice that comes to Republican officials, who have written a letter that they've reproduced in newspapers as well has sent out to there. Observers. The the letter reads a statement by former Republican national security officials first graph. We are former national security officials who served during the administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush. And or Donald Trump. Or, as Republican members of Congress were profoundly concerned about the course of our nation. Under the leadership of Donald Trump. Through his actions and his rhetoric, Trump has demonstrated that he lacks the character and competence to lead this nation. And has engaged in corrupt behavior that renders him unfit to serve as president. For the following reasons we have concluded that Donald Trump has failed our country and that Vice President Joe Biden should be elected the next president of the United States, and then there's a line T liste, Chad. Very good, even to thank you for this. Let's go to policies that you explicating your article in the American Spectator. To these 70 officials and their familiar names. In most instances to these 70 officials entertain a return to the Iran deal of 2015. Good evening to you, Jet. Good evening, John. Obviously, these 70 do because Mr Biden has promised to rejoin the Obama nuclear deal with Iran. The 2015 deal that you and I have discussed many times that was so dangerous and fatally deficient that no one knew and still do not know whether or not Iran is complying and whether or not they're secretly building bombs. This is a really irrational decision by these people. Yes, Mr Trump has a great many faults. But he is certainly superior. The Biden in terms of Biden's track record on everything, and I think Bob Gates said in 25th 2019. Biden had gotten everything wrong and national security and foreign policy for the past 40 years. How can these people endorse this? How come they endorse a return to the dangerous Obama nuclear weapons deal? I don't get it. The Iran deal involves more than just Tehran's predators. It involves Giving comfort to our foes. Russia and China are both interlocked with Iran successes. Iran is driving the massacres in Syria. It's responsible for the failure of the Lebanon State..

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"The trouble was that they were wrong. So the so. Where did they go wrong? We begin with these predicates at the beginning of this conversation that it looks in the nineteen sixties though the federal government can do anything it beat Hitler and it looks as though the fo the federal the United States can afford anything that has the most buoyant economy after the war that humankind has ever experienced. They were wrong about that were they. What what so wait wrong. There was a point where they went wrong. In offering equal opportunity. They were correct if only one in ten black men and Mississippi can vote that needs fixed so the civil rights to the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act before those were not bad laws in terms of our country and our future. The big turn was when we began to talk about affirmative action entitlements what you are owed beyond opportunity you are owed some money of some kind of some good you our oldest special place. The that was problematic. And that's where the wrong term came. You can actually trace it to a speech by LBJ at Howard University. Which and James Neighbor at the president of the University? You can see him if you watch the video kind of going well. That's a little farther than I would go. Where Johnson declared the era of affirmative action open. Because he said. You can't just take someone who's been disadvantaged and put him at the start line and say now you can race. You have to help very loving thing to say. But he said basically what he was saying is we will always help until it's all better. When is it ever going to be all better? So that was the shift in the Great Society Culture. There were good laws out of this period But the ultimate damage was that we taught people that entitlements were their property a new idea and that they were always And this is not just poor. People not just minority sprite. But two expansions of social security Medicare we we. You establish that the Great Society Program. We can't afford it. The entitlement programs the great society now cost more than the commitments of the new deal in the federal budget. And we just can't afford it we just can't afford. The federal deficit is rising and rising and rising but sorting out the wheat from the chaff. Here is tricky civil rights legislation the voting rights. Act For sure. We WanNA keep that right but here Henry Olsen. I'm sure you know Henry. Olson's book the Working Class Republican Ronald Reagan. And the return of the Blue Collar conservatism and Henry Wilson says even Ronald Reagan basically bought into the new deal the carton. I'm quoting Olsen. The cardinal principle. Reagan himself championed. The cardinal principle enshrined in the new deal that government had a limited role a limited but strong role to play in helping the average person achieve his or her dreams. So I hand you the scalpel and say what do we need to cut back on? How do you how do you carve? How do you carve it out? I'm for education and opportunity. I'm for federal money for school choice. so for schools but not to one establishment for choice. I I do think that most Americans even today like opportunity better than commitment to receive things Or they want that for their children even if they think. I want food stamps because I need them. They may need them. They're not excited about the idea of their grandchildren. Receiving food stamps. They want our grandchildren to to move ahead. So that's how I would divide it and I would not underrate Peter that the private sector. The milk. Cow Did pretty well for a long time the private sector in this story and created. What is the kind of thing you can ever give to someone? It's a job. It created the jobs all the way through. I was very interested to see the The rise of Intel Fairchild Fairchild which became Intel in the story Fairchild open a factory for where native Americans worked and became the single greatest employer of native Americans in the private sector. Oh we want to employ native Americans. Here it is. Maybe that's better than a casino right so so we just have paid paid insufficient attention to the capacities of the private sector to less questions for you. How many Great Society for time under presidents Reagan George H W Bush Bill Clinton and George W Bush it seems that America had finally managed Outgrow Great Society Collectivism. This was due to a policy commenced with Reagan of staking national hope for greatness on the private sector more. You just explained that and as we sit here a man who calls himself. Socialist without apology is widely tipped to win the Iowa Democratic Caucus in just a couple of weeks the we seem to have outgrown great society collectivism and socialism. It's as if it's as if Walter Reuter had never died and Milton. Friedman had never been born. How did this happen? It's idealism nothing I it sounds better to to to to Years that have not heard much history or and this is partly our fault. Let's face it. We've failed to teach history in our schools. Well enough so young. People don't really know what happened in the Cold War or they that's old and fusty and they're not interested or they don't really know what's happening in Venezuela right now in real time the same Tragedy being replayed so But also there's a portrait of Tom. Hayden the the student activist in the book. And I I could include That his analysis of socialism was this. He wasn't pro. Perhaps a socialist himself. I don't know if he had strong ideological but he knew he wanted political power and that was the beauty of socialism. It's never done. They always say. Socialism is a processor you could never condemn it because you've never seen the finished product and while it's still in process it sounds good. It sounds warm. It sounds fuzzy. So there's a chapter on him in Hanoi admiring. What was the repressive regime in his own? At thinking it's warm fuzzy. Socialism like a kibbutz or something so it so can i. Just here's here's a here's a this is sort of A. This is a big question but it's in. A certain sense is on every page of great society. Can we learn from history? Can we really and truly learn from things that happened before we were born.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Our report military hardware was moving that at times it appeared Washington was under attack the stealth bomber oddly shaped to deceive radar led a fleet of eighty two planes over the parade route missile is football the day do you hear this the stealth bomber we had eighty two planes flying over or embarrassed he three missile got the biggest applause nineteen ninety one ladies and gentlemen the drive by say we don't do this it's on the seemingly we have never done this and yet one more chrysalis the out from C. N. N. yesterday afternoon listen to this let me just remind people George W. bush Barack Obama Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan George Herbert Walker bush all these people were present on July fourth all of them were patriots whether they're Republicans Democrats none of them chose to make this July for earth into it's not a political event monies received a personal event like Donald Trump has and ask yourself the question of why you don't even know what you're talking about even know what he's talking about not only if president ever sought to make not just their inaugurations they were limited to break we're up against it on time the EIB network open line Friday on Wednesday afternoon.

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 Roger Stone charged in Russia probe

Mike McConnell

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Roger Stone charged in Russia probe

"In the Russia probe with eight o'clock report and Brian combs. And I'm Ricky chino wrote. Breaking now, he's worked on presidential campaigns for years man who advised Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Bob Dole behind bars this morning on charges related to work that he did for the Trump campaign. Roger stone's been one of the targets of the special prosecutor's investigation of election tampering. Russia has been charged with seven counts what kind of obstruction and six counts involving false statements and all deals with what he knew about the WikiLeaks dump in terms of damaging information about Hillary Clinton and John Podesta's emails hacked as well. And what he was providing in terms of information about that. They're basically claiming that he was misleading to investigators and others when asked about these particular questions, that's ABC's, Tom. Thomas President Trump says he hardly ever spoke to stone. When he worked for the campaign and says that he played no role of any kind in the election. Trump campaign says that stone was fired in August. Twenty fifteen

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Keep listening for your shot to win the sixteen k a day giveaway on six thirty K. How? I I wanna say Rick, thanks for the tax. He says one more thing being a statesman. At least in this case is the same as being the adult in the room at some great comments at the last segment will hit it again in the final segment of the show that is around seven thirty. What does it mean to be a statesman? What does it mean to be a statesman and just quickly the president's in my lifetime of those? I would say that Nixon Obama Trump and Clinton had their statesman like moments, but the men that actually viewed the job as a statesman and behaved as statesman. I would say would be Carter. Reagan George H W Bush, and George W Bush, and by that I mean respect for the office respect for the platform and respect for the people changing subjects now though, we've got Dr Jonathan sharpen he is with the Denver universities with Judaic. Studies department. And I'm bringing them on the line it a fascinating piece in the Denver post, a guest commentaries that says a pro Israel Bill that erodes our right to protest, and it's about Senate Bill one combat be DS act of twenty seventeen. And I just thought it was a fascinating subject something. I wanted to know more about before I head into this conversation just for everyone who doesn't know where I stand on this issue. I love Israeli's. I love Palestinians. I want there to be a peaceful two state solution. I think there have been bad actions on both sides. I I don't like HAMAs. I also am very critical of the settlements which seemed to me to be a way to extend Isreaeli land into Palestinian land. And to keep it minus the Palestinians, just my thought. And with that knowing where I stand let's sit down and talk with doctor Dr sharpen Dr shark and welcome to the show. Hi, krista. Thank you for having me. And so you teach the history of it. History of of that part of the world, you're with the Judaic. Studies department at the university of Denver, and I know a lot of folks don't really know. What is what is boycotting divest sanction? What is this movement? Sure. Also start off by saying that I'm actually cross appointed. Studies ended apartment of history. Okay. Great and the BBS movement. Boycott divestment. Sanctions movement is a movement that began in two thousand in the middle of two thousand five that aims to impose economic cultural and political boycott on Israel. It was started by Palestinian civil organisations in both Israel Palestinian citizens of Israel, in some cases, and also Gaza and the West Bank, and I suspect that my friends I have I have a lot of Jewish friends. I think they're probably frustrated with Bedia because there's no quivalent effort to boycott a photographer or Hamada's or try to bring them to the table with boycotts. I assume they believe it's unilateral would that be a fair criticism? Yeah. I, you know, I would guess so I often don't hear about it. In those terms often debate is more framed Brown anti-semitism as opposed to sort of unilateral action, and and ignoring baton HAMAs. But I could certainly see how people would view it that way. Now, I think anti-semitism is disgusting. I have a lot of Jewish friends. I deplore it is is criticism of Israeli foreign affairs in terms of its dealings with its occupied. Territories is is that criticism antisemitic personally. No, I do not believe so, but I I suspect that they're probably who do do consider that an equivalent. So there's there's a Bill now that would prevent that would prevent people from from engaging in Beedi s and it mirrors, I think twenty-six laws across the state some of which have been held some of which. Are are have been shot down by the court one of those laws. Exactly do. So so they're they're different in in different states. So the Bill that I was talking about in the opinion piece that I wrote actually was from the previous congress one hundred fiftieth, congress dominated was Senate Bill one seventy and Senate Bill one seventy would make it easier for states to actually pass bills that criminalized or prohibit BBS activity. So I think the most famous example, we had was a case in Kansas last year that a federal court actually throughout once Kansas amended. It state law that forced people who contracted with the state to sign an oath saying that they would not engage in activity men. There was a woman who refused to sign that oath. And then was refused the contract and along with the ACLU sued the state of Kansas and ended up winning. And my understanding is that this the the Bill that you talked about that's the older Bill. I believe it was incorporated into Senate Bill one. So it's definitely on the table before the Senate. Right now. Yes. And the case that you that you talked about this a woman who was I think a speech therapist who worked for school district who had personally decided that she was not going to buy Isreaeli products, which is her right? As an American. I myself have engaged in pro-life boycotts of back back in the eighties. I boycotted target until they stopped funding Planned Parenthood. It is an American right to decide whether to boycott something. And so it it seems to me that that's an infringement on her rights if she cannot as an individual choose not to buy Isreaeli products. That's she would then denied a job with the school district that seems unfair to me. Yeah. I I agree. And one of the main issues that the ACLU is pointed out with many of these bills as that people who engage in silent boycotts, meaning that they don't admit that they're engaging in boycotts. But you so anyway are not penalized at all. It's only people who basically tell the truth. And say we are engaging in a politically motivated boycott. It's those people who could be penalized under under these bills. Now, a friend of mine Joshua Sharf wrote a counter piece in the hill. And I read it he he thinks that these Bedia anti laws are legal because they sort of coincide with one thousand nine hundred seventy seven law that prevents people from boycotting allies, maybe oversimplifying it, but what do you say to that? So yes in that is I I will say first of all I'm not a lawyer. I I teach history. So I have I've done some reading on this. And yes, there are a couple of laws from nineteen seventy six and nineteen seventy seven. That that are relevant here. One of which I believe deals with the Arab League secondary boycott, which was imposed on Israel, basically trying to coerce foreign companies in many cases, American companies to not do business with Israel by threatening to not allow them to do business in in Arab Arab League states. And so I will I will tell you that legally I am unsure as to as to as to what would happen. And I'm not going to try to overstate my expertise and make an argument about that. My my main goal in writing the piece was to put this out there for public consumption, and because I'm not confident about sort of where this would go legally, I think it's incumbent upon me to get to inform people about the kinds of legislation that's out there on the state level and the federal level. So that people could contact their representatives because obviously they can't contact judges. Exactly. And here's my concern. Let's say you've got a convention venue. You've got maybe some. We're in the mountains a place where people can meet and have a convention. Maybe you've got a spa, and let's say you're involved in politics. And you're and you're just concerned about the way that is re- Israelis retreating Palestinians, and whether listeners had pick different sides on this blessed? That's your conspiracy decide not to buy any Dead Sea spa products for your for your spa. Now, the state wants to hold a convention there for for county clerks, and they ask you to sign something saying that you're not doing that. That person is now faced with lying or losing business. I don't think we should ever put an American in that position. Yeah. Yes. I agree. And I appreciate it the way that you're framing this because I think and my my concern was that people would want to make this about Israel or about Palestinians. And for me, fundamentally, this is a rights issue. It's a race issue for individuals for business owners, and even for you know, for students, so it's it's an academic freedom issue. And it's also a civil liberties issue. That's how I view it as well. And I see this assembly who loves Israel and Palestinians, and who yearns for a peaceful solution. And I'm not one of those people who thinks Israel's always wrong or the Palestinians are already always right or vice versa. I think you've to people with ties to the land who are fighting over that. And it's a it's a difficult and complex situation. But the complexity of it, you you raise another point of a regulation put forward by the Trump administration that may prevent you as an educator from discussing some of these complexities in your class. Tell me a little bit about that. Sure. So and and. And I know you're not doing this. I think it's actually unfair to totally put this on the Trump administration because this is the Trump administration department of education adopted Obama State Department era on air language based on. In two thousand ten working definition of antisemitism. And so this language includes some examples of discussions about Israel, or or comments about Israel that could be construed as anti-semitic. And one of them that I that I gave a part of a roundtable at at the university of Denver a few months ago with several colleagues where we talked about this and one point I tried to make one of the examples is denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination now in theory that that sounds I think too many people that would probably sound reasonable. There's a there's a problem here. However, which is that Israel does not have declared borders, and it has civilian settlements in areas that are not recognized as Israel under international law, aka Easter one and the West Bank. So what happens if I allow or allow a discussion on this topic or students that student comes and says, you know, Israel does not have the right to build settlements in the West Bank is that an attack on Israel's right to self determination. And so part of my issue with this is the fact that there is imprecise language, and it's unclear how the department of education would try to enforce this. And I do have real concerns that this limits. What students are allowed to discuss in a way that no previous administration has tried to do. Well, and I love absolutely lows anti-semitism. But I also the other kinds of racism, and it seems to me if we're not talking about Palestinian families Palestinian farmers fam- Palestinians that live in those. Territories in a sense. We're all we're kind of being guilty of of of anti-arab ISM anti-palestinians, which is also a kind of racism is it not. Yeah. I I certainly say, I certainly think that that's the case. And and I do think that that's been somewhat prevalent in our society, and it, and it frustrates me because I've been to the Middle East, and I went because I knew that I had prejudices and I wanted to see things with my own eyes..

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Van camp show. Thanks so much for being here. I'm Jamie Markley. That's David van camp. Okay. What's the story with the presidential interpreter? There's been some talk about having President Trump's interpreter who was in the room during their meeting with Vladimir Putin in Finland having that person come in and testify to congress and having that person's notes what where however they may exist uncovered and released to the public or at least released to members of congress. Like he's supposed to flip on the president, essentially what they're wanting this person to do which is a crazy idea. No matter who's president because other world leaders need to know that what's said behind closed doors will stay behind closed doors. Right. You know, this person is not a political operative there. An interpreter I've heard them described as basically a piece of furniture, which I know I don't belong humanizing here. But they're not taking part in the negotiations. They're not taking part of the conversation. Their responsibility is to make sure that each leader is understood understand that at the same time. Yeah. They had a piece of furniture. I mean, if they really wanted to screw with, you know, world's safety. They could interpret things the wrong way. Well, depending on what country you're representing. That's a very dangerous gamble. But there's more than one person that knows both languages. Okay. And so you have the you have all these talking heads out there saying that's a great idea. And Adam Schiff, I know has been talking about this as well. This is a wonderful idea. Yeah. Former interpreter presidents Reagan, George H W Bush and Clinton his name is Dmitri zorich MAC trying to explain to Brooke Baldwin on CNN. Why this is a bad idea? And she wouldn't even try to listen to his logic because President Trump bad. Why would it be level meeting between world leaders in? You heard something Dmitri that was compromising national security, and you and you cook the notes, and you left. Would you? Then if this president told you not to say a word. Would you then they will hold onto the president's or to the United States of America? When you say compromising national security. That whole concept to me is impossible. Earlier in the realm. There were there you will allow needs to present you with this hypothetical. What would you do that? That is supposed to be down the middle straight shooting news. Joke. My geiger. We already know because we are CNN. And we already know that the president is committed treason. Oh my goodness. I there's a hypothetical as crazy even think that the president would endanger national security for me. That's like, well, what would happen if the moon exploded? You know, there's no. Speculating on that. But you're dealing with presidents like Ronald Reagan and Bush, dealing with President Trump, and there's so much. We don't know. Well, that's right. We, of course, we don't know. Give me a chance dealing with President Reagan and Bush and Clinton. I mean, don't you understand how terrible this man. Is this is embarrassing. It is. I mean, it really is. It's funny at the same time. Well, when he says, yeah, you could also. The moon would explode. I guess I can give you a take on this. But no, it doesn't happen. But he did try to lay it out simply again, this is a guy who was an interpreter for presidents Reagan, George H W Bush and Clinton, right? And so he he's been around this game for a while. This is his take on the idea of having an interpreter. Try to spill the beans or flip on the president. Because if any foreign leader things too that the interpreter can be summoned subpoenaed to testify obviously will not want to have that meeting. And moreover, if you know if the interpreter can be summoned to testify, why would the president even want to have earned the meeting fearing that he's going to be summoned? And that would be a crazy situation. What say you? Excellent question, so many questions who knows if this will be subpoenaed, I hear you. And I know it's laughable because it is the Rama's impossible. But who knows it or not? Charity declared. We were there. And what are great questions the one? You asked that what you're saying? Oh my gosh. Yeah. Okay. Moving on. Hey, I didn't realize fax I. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How about some fact of ISM Heo? That's not a real thing. Is it fact is fact of ISM? Yeah. I've read it. Like, why don't you participate in some factum get your facts straight, not use? The you've heard that we have not heard that before. Oh my gosh. I am ahead of the curve with the terminology before Devi. See I kinda hate you for for putting that out there. Now, activism fact divisible, okay, I was mocking. But I wish I didn't. Okay. What? So it feels like millennials can mock. But yet the old gen xer. I don't know the rules anymore. But you grew up in the time of Ray. Yeah. What would happen if the moon did explode, and it was Trump's fall? Pink Floyd did the soundtrack. I don't have time to get into this right now. Craig colleges got a brand new Nike elite basketball bag that was my son's my dog is ten years old going to be in two months labrador. It'll all my friends recently man, the dogs really calm down. I mean, she still great tons energy. But just a lot calmer. I don't know what set her off yesterday. But I mean, there are certain doors that we keep close, but not my sons she went in there. And there's a part of this like basketball bag that will keep things cold was like, a mini little cooler sort of thing. He had some ibuprofen in there. She sniffed it out. She tore this thing apart this pocket..

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Van camp show. Thank you so much for being here. Jamie Markley that's David band camp. Okay. What's the story with the presidential interpreter? There's been some talk about having President Trump's interpreter who was in the room during their meeting with Vladimir Putin in Finland. Having that person come in and testify to congress and having that person's notes what where it? However, they may exist on covered and released to the public or at least released to members of congress. Like he's supposed to flip on the president, essentially what they're wanting this person to do which is a crazy idea. No matter who's president because other world leaders need to know that what's said behind closed doors will stay behind closed doors, right? This person is not a political operative there. An interpreter I've heard them described as basically a piece of furniture, which I know I don't belong humanizing here. But they're not taking part in the negotiations. They're not taking part of the conversation. Their responsibility is to make sure that each leader is understood. Understand that at the same time. Yeah. Piece of furniture. I mean, if they really wanted to screw with, you know, world's safety. They could interpret things the wrong way. Well, depending on what country you're representing. That's very dangerous gamble, but there's more than one person that knows both languages. Yeah. Okay. And so you have the you have. You have all these talking heads out there saying that's a great idea. And Adam Schiff, I know has been talking about this as well. This is a wonderful idea. Yeah. Former interpreter to presidents Reagan, George H W Bush and Clinton his name is Dmitri zorich MAC trying to explain to Brooke Baldwin on CNN. Why this is a bad idea? And she wouldn't even try to listen to his logic. Because President Trump mad. Why would it be? High level meeting between world leaders, and you heard something Dmitri that was compromising to national security, and you and you put the notes, and you left you then. And if this president told you not to say a word. Then they will hold onto the president of the United States of America. Compromising national security that whole concept to me is totally impossible. You know, we earlier in the realm. There were there if you will allow needs to present you with this hypothetical. What would you do that? That is supposed to be down the middle straight shooting news. Joke. Mike gallagher. We already know because we are CNN. And we already know that the president is committed treason. Oh my goodness. I the hypothetical. That's crazy. The president would endanger national security for me. That's like, well, what would happen if the moon exploded non-fossil, no. Speculating on that. But you were dealing with presidents like Ronald Reagan, George H W. Bush with President Trump, and there's so much. We don't know. Well, that's right. We, of course, we don't know. Give me a chance dealing with President Reagan and Bush and Clinton. I mean, don't you understand how terrible this man. Is this is embarrassing. It is. I mean, it really is. It's funny at the same time. Well, when he says, yeah, you could also. That the moon would explode. Yeah. Yeah. I guess I can give you take on this. But it doesn't happen. But he did try to lay it out simply again, this is a guy who was an interpreter for presidents Reagan, George H W Bush had Clinton, right? And so he he's been around this game for a while. This is his take on the idea of having an interpreter. Try to spill the beans or flip on the president because any foreign leader things that the interpret it can be summoned subpoenaed to testify obviously will not want to have that meeting. And moreover, if you know if the interpreter can be summoned to testify, why would the president even want to have our interpreters at the meeting fearing that he's going to be summoned. And that would be a crazy situation. Let's say you broke excellent question. So many questions who knows this interpreter will be subpoenaed. I hear you not. And and I know it's laughable because it is the realm of impossible, but who knows for there or not? Charity declared. We were there. And what a great questions the one. You asked. Is that what you're saying? Oh my gosh. Yeah. Okay. Hey, I didn't realize sacks. I yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How about some fact of ISM Heo? That's not a real thing. Is it fact is fact of ISM? Yeah. I've read it. Like, why don't you participate in some fact of? Get your facts straight, not use the you've not heard that. I have not heard that before. Oh my gosh. I am a head of the curve with the terminology before Devi. See I kinda hate you for putting that out there. Now, factum fact of ISM, I okay, I was mocking. But I wish I didn't. Okay. What? So it feels like feels like millennials can mock the yet the old gen xer. No. I don't know the rules anymore. But you grew up in the time of Ray. Do. Yeah. What would happen if the moon did explode, and it was Trump's fall? Pink Floyd did the soundtrack. I don't have time to get into this right now. Craig colleges got a brand new Nike elite basketball bag that was my son's my dog is ten years old. Gotta be in two months labrador. It'll all my friends recently banned the dogs really calm down. I mean, she still great tons energy. But just a lot calmer. I don't know what set her off yesterday. But I mean there there are certain doors that we keep close, but not my sons she went in there. And there's a part of this play basketball bag that will keep things cold looks like a mini little cooler sort of thing. He had some ibuprofen in there. She sniffed it out. She tore this thing apart this pocket. Basically my wife wants to get another one could she would put food in there. Great great. Yeah. I know it's crazy. We gotta get Scott in here to the takes. That's next on the news breaks, the.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Maybe our first crossdressing precedent is Franklin Dylan was no, it's a, it's a. Calvin coolidge. Is that it Hoover, then? Yes, Herbert Hoover, and then it's Franklin Roosevelt. And then it gets easy after this, but Franklin Delano Roosevelt than it's. Truman Truman than you've got yourself a blight D Eisenhower and then JFK. Yes. And then. Lyndon johnson. Richard Nixon, Gerald, Ford. Sometimes if I go to fast here, I mix it up, but Gerald, Ford. Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H W Bush. L. Clinton George Bush Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Okay. I didn't get them all. I didn't get them all, but to be a Canadian name, the you? I couldn't. I just have to refresh my memory Chester. A Arthur's threw me for Luke for some reason today. And and then why was it that I didn't remember the eleventh was who was the eleventh eleventh was I think poke, oh yeah, I just got. I just I just I was a brain fart. I know James k Polk that was the Mexican American war Zachary. Zachary Taylor was a big general. So was James k Polk think they were both kind of like heavy into that shit. That's I'm very impressed. I'm trying to learn my American history that figured that one of the best ways to do it was try to learn all the presidents were in what they did. So I don't really know everything about all of them, but I know something about some of them. So let's put that way. How many prime ministers Canada had twenty six. Can you name them all? I'm not asking you to. I think I probably Kanye who's one before Trudeau before the current Russia before the current Trudeau was. Stephen Harper? Yeah. Stephen Harper one in the eighties, I would always see him at all the Montreal dating game. Okay. Justin's father pure Elliot. Trudeau. Oh, wow. Yeah. Who was essentially one of our great prime minister's depending on who you ask? Obviously, it's always like that. Even in Canada, he was pro. He was prime minister for fourteen years Trudeau bride. So because we don't have term limits and Canada do what do you think it's better to have term limits or to not think it's better to not have them actually, because there's only so many good people, you know. So if everybody likes the personal, I get rid of them. It probably only figure out their job by the time. They've been there for eight years anyways. Right? Finally, they're actually getting shit done, and then they get kicked out and get replaced by somebody does note the fact they're doing. You might say that about the White House right now, democracy, right. As soon as they're not doing a good job, people can kick them out, you know?.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"They show man. Well, that's because everybody's saying fake news. No, that's because they're actually reporting fake news. You want to stop being called fake news, stopping fake. Folks. We're winning here. The swamp is being cleaned out slowly, but effectively the media's credibility isn't a garbage Muller's team is in a panic. They have no collusion. So they have to make stuff up there desperately clinging to any hope that they can keep the attention off the malfeasance of the Justice department in the FBI and on Trump, but they have nothing left. There's no predicate crime of collusion of fall back on. It's not all bad. I just don't want you to listen to the show and be disappointed. I get a lot of very depressed emails and I read them people. Well, nothing's happy. It is happening. It's just not happening. Just want you to be prepared though. For what's coming next. The media is getting ready for this shift. Once the framing of Donald Trump is established and the setup and he's FBI and fusion GPS connections to the people that contacted the Trump team are well established. The transfer is going to be made to, okay, they may a frame Trump, but they did it because he was willing to accept if he just was unwilling to accept these meetings in the first place. You know what he would want right to the police. None of this would have ever happened. The famous Woody woodpecker episode. Scuffling. Really, really disgusting. Okay. I got a couple of other things to explain lot of confusion out there about this one and two party can sense, and I just want to clear up some quick before you get this read yesterday on the tax store, you, right. The piece I sent over the income tax revenue, yes. From last year was down. I was referring to the income tax revenue which is up give the corporate tax revenue a moment to Senate. It was a drastic tax cut, but the income tax revenue, man. That's why I cited Calvin Coolidge John f. Kennedy I cited Reagan George H W Bush the income tax cuts did not lead to a cut in revenue as an -ticipant, and that's why I was careful to make the distinction between correlation and causation. Income tax cuts did not lead to lead to more income tax revenue. There is been a dip though in corporate taxes, but there was a massive cut, but listen to me, listen and please perkier is up just give it some time. And I promise you give it a year or two that's going to go up dramatically too. But we are at the federal tax revenue less this year is the income tax revenue is at is at record highs. So I just wanted to make sure because I don't like to, I'm sorry when I confuse people. Sometimes I get to deep in the weeds with stuff, and I do the show on my gosh, I should have just been more clear. All saying. Okay, teeter teeter? I love teeter. If any of you bought this yet? I've already done one read it. He's my second read. If you haven't, you're missing out huge. You ever try an inversion table. This is one of.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"We don't sit and we don't let over we don't cave to the open borders left and we don't cave to the cheap labor left and listen i'm not a restriction est on immigration don't mistake what i'm saying i am in favour of controlled labor market sensitive immigration for those you listened to show you know that that is not what the radical left and what the rhino right once they want open borders and cheap labor the rhino right wants cheap labor the left wants votes they are wrong ladies and gentlemen in countries that lean much farther left than we do in the united states collectively speaking which i hate to do but just based on polls countries in europe you are seeing a severe backlash to unmitigated migration to their countries from other countries where they cannot handle it you're seeing it in italy right now you just seeing a backlash in germany these are countries that lean much farther to the left in the united states does any of you are being told right now all the polls the polls the polls show were child abuse of children donald trump is going to lose this horrible republicans are going to yet you're darn right joe this is a load of horse manure folks i'm not kidding i have sat in these rooms and listen to people you would think were conservative argue repeatedly that we need to we need to move to the left on this we need we're gonna lose the hispanic vote forever when ronald reagan signed not the simpson zoli ronald reagan and we gave them amnesty in exchange for border control measures that never happened the did successor ronald reagan george h w bush joe lost they percentage of the hispanic vote he didn't gain any john mccain noted you know immigration basically he's very soft on immigration mccain john mccain did not clean up on the hispanic i think he got thirty percent which was right around where george hw got this is they are these they are wrong they have been wrong repeatedly americans want a sense of a country with borders that controls access that people have to obey the law like everyone else then repeatedly telling us and gas leading us in the media that americans are clamoring for some open borders society and this is always going to be a winning issue opening opening border of open borders and unfettered immigration are lying to you the proof is in the pudding they are not telling you the truth it would have thought the election of donald trump would have been a small indicator that okay before we get to the hearing yesterday and feinstein and clapper i have some cuts remind joe let me forget that because some good cuts you you there i've been getting a lot of questions i've been super hesitant to bring this up but i was getting a haircut yesterday and i was and i'm into chair and my yeah i'm talking to my buddy robert and i'm thinking all right it's time i had this conversation i get a lot of emails a lot about this question and i don't like i just said i don't like collective stereotyping there's nothing more damaging pernicious to human beings than attaching yourself too collective identity and whatever that collective identity is race religion grammy more destructions have been done joe throughout human history by stereotyping groups of people whether whether they by skin color by religion people should be judged individually and this is a this should be taught a logical but it isn't too a lot of people on the left having said that that's why i'm hesitant to do it because i don't like to speak about groups of about individuals but the question is come up repeatedly as the fbi and i don't get it you know they're they're cops basically right there i mean they all copy why are they so liberal like that doesn't which good question it is a good question joe you and i know a lot of cops right and.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on No Agenda

"Never seen a president reached out to the sec this morning saying hey boys and girls you care about this and they're declining to comment this is quite a big deal i mean at seven twenty one right after he put the tweet out we didn't see any price action change but we saw volume change so people home going who cares the president is excited about it he wanted people to look ahead i understand that sentiment but the president is also taking action that could impact trading millions possibly billions of dollars prices home let me finish let me finish the sequence by know what you want to say probably this was all over the news here's c n n's john king it's not i get larry cudlow worse for the president very kudlow worked for eight and other president pre twitter ronald reagan go back and look he says it's routine i dare you go back and look ronald reagan george h w bush bill clinton george w bush barack obama find a president of the united states talking about tweeting about communicating about the unemployment report before it came out i dare you okay dare accepted president barack obama and twenty six thousand tomorrow we're expecting another dismal jobs report on top of the two point six million jobs that we lost last year we sorry that sounds like he just explained the the jobs numbers in a press conference before the jobs numbers switzerland's like to me he was very specific the trump was not was nonspecific he just said i'm looking forward to it well we know we obviously it was telegraphing let's not bullshit about them i mean it's true i think you can say that but it wasn't technically as bad as what obama did that they they will not bring that bob i'm had real numbers he said some actual action but you know and this was a different situation because it was the the great recession the worst financial crisis since the great depression but he did communicate the numbers.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Trump came came onto the scene we were heading in that direct you think she should be fired do i believe she should be fired i believe she should be reprimanded for insensitive comments someone else can determine whether what that represented virus someone that if you're the chief of staff you have to make that determination that's his lane if she was far when you go on twitter gym afterwards and say this woman should never have been fired no of course not that's the that's a decision that someone needs that's a personnel decision that someone needs to chief of staff is never apologized for lying about a congresswoman who he said completely false things about he never apologize this is the era of trump his people never apologize because the president doesn't let let's let's not act like the democrats have the high road and all of this ito human homo sapiens do these human beings doing these people are that there's a political discourse in this country on both sides of the album gets were the vitriol is just over the top and it's not just donald trump and i'm not so telstra equivalency that's not right we've ever seen you sit here today and say that all the democrats are none of them conduct themselves in any inappropriate fashion as it comes to i did not say that isolate resident disclu generous he absolutely interest is beneath any standards of our lifetime you can never imagine ronald reagan saying this you could never imagine brock obama saying this bill clinton or george bush we have never seen a president so loathsome and conducting himself in the in the public discourse and now his staff is following suit jim would you see ronald reagan george h w bush george w bush bill clinton barack obama make the comment that president trump made about john mccain of the pow i can't speak for what they'd say in private certainly no one's made that comment with john mccain publicly and history is history we we know what that is we know what they've said publicly to determine what they may say or what they may think i'm like all right.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"They have the effective veto right now they're bipartisan majorities in both houses of congress for a deal what break the impasse what takes the veto away from those people well you know one of the things that would be wonderful if members of congress in the house and said it understood what their responsibility once first forget the hastert rule what we should be doing is what the majority of the congress wanson the majority of the house the majority of the senate not just the majority of the republican caucus you know that's one the second thing is yeah we've i've been talking all day while the president has to get behind us the president has to provide leadership senator peters just talked about this no the president doesn't need to provide leadership the house and the senate should get together in a bipartisan way past what they think is right send it to the president if he vetos it overrided arsoned another one right back to him again he says he wants to take the he put the heat on him because the congress is gives using the president unwillingness to step forward or even make up his mind as an excuse not to do its job do you think the republican party how would you characterize trajectory on the issue of immigration in say the last ten years well abby if you it was earlier on msnbc their trajectory was ronald reagan george h w bush george w bush talking about how we needed to take care of the people who came innocently into this country as children this is a new phenomenon and editor rejection a repudiation of all of the things that previous republican conservative presidents stood for and i don't know where it's coming from has nothing to do with republican principles it has something to do with a nativist a no nothing is that really has no sound ideological base for it other than people who just don't like anybody who is different from themselves.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Unfilter

"And putting on a timetable on it so we said to the present fish is our threshold this if this is the deal we need this is what we need you to do for us for us to cooperate we can have agreement on this and at confidence and then we can do other things but if we don't have that confidence the their heart to go ahead things the president said you know he supported the dream act now we didn't have an agreement yet on the but he said he supported the dream act yet at me death as in previous meeting he said if it came to a staff can sign it with any chance at the next day i thank all week leinna said now this is interesting what happens next is nancy pelosi defense donald trump this deal is very important to her no deal so why there is no deal on the um there has never idea that the agreement wife we he would support the train that we would work with him yet simple winter issues we have a responsibility to protect our border we don't have of us we have responsibility protect our border so there she's even willing to come to his side a little bit temperature issues we have a responsibility to protect our border we don't have a responsibility to turn on he had the the dreamers start a reign of terror in our country by then going after their families and other people but this is i mean every president we have had ronald reagan was great i mean talking recent history ronald reagan george herbert walker bush a democratic president special george w bush have always been very respectful of immigration needs to our country this is the first president who is made this departure the first you guys.

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"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"reagan george h w bush" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Comparing six different economic indicators for basically tr were comparing trump with six prior presidents also in their first term the president what we all the way back to jimmy carter in most cases where we have the data um so it's jimmy carter in his first term ronald reagan george h w bush bill clinton george w bush and barack obama and we measure trump's pro the economy under trump at the whatever point in the presidency he is at against the economy under this prior presidents at the exact same point in their presidencies so nothing's perfect i mean you know they're recessions come and go quite often with total disregard for who the president is or what the presidential policies are we've provided the dates of recession so anybody can look at this and say yeah but you know obama came into office for example in the middle of a recession so that obviously changes the picture for obama but we think this is the best way to measure of how well trump is doing or how poorly he's doing on the economy compared to other presidents and i think that's what really matters the most yeah for sure the circumstances for each of these presidents along the way dire so it's really not apples to apples but if you want to try to make a comparison that's what you're doing and it is a very detailed report so we spoke a few weeks ago wreck and at that time president trump had a great of b right fastforward to today you're giving him a b plus what's changed and wanna trump's initial grade was a b that's right uh that's a pretty good grade and what changed recently is the stock market got better in may um so let me just go through the indicators here remembering him on six things that ought to be intuitive to most people.

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