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Fresh update on "reuters" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reuters" discussed on Mark Levin

"Meanwhile I'm looking at this This is from Reuters Not particularly reputable but nonetheless Reuters Johannesburg that would be South Africa A South African Doctor Who was one of the first to suspect a different coronavirus strain among patients said yesterday that the symptoms are different from the dominant delta variant and are very mild Very mild They're very mild Now designated Akron by the World Health Organization the variant was detected and announced by South Africa's National Institute of communicable diseases On November 25th from samples taken from a Labrador editorial from November 14th in November 16 The doctor said a patient on November 18 reported at her clinic being extremely fatigued for two days with body aches and a headache Symptoms at that stage were very much related to normal viral infection and because we haven't seen COVID-19 for the past 8 to ten weeks We decided to test she said adding that the patient and his family turned out to be positive The same day more patients came up with similar symptoms which was when she realized there was something else going on since then she sent two to three patients a day How many patients does Doctor Fauci see mister producer None I don't see any I'm too busy I'm mister science I defend science

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South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 hrs ago

South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'

"Meanwhile I'm looking at this This is from Reuters Not particularly reputable but nonetheless Reuters Johannesburg that would be South Africa A South African Doctor Who was one of the first to suspect a different coronavirus strain among patients said yesterday that the symptoms are different from the dominant delta variant and are very mild Very mild They're very mild Now designated Akron by the World Health Organization the variant was detected and announced by South Africa's National Institute of communicable diseases On November 25th from samples taken from a Labrador editorial from November 14th in November 16 The doctor said a patient on November 18 reported at her clinic being extremely fatigued for two days with body aches and a headache Symptoms at that stage were very much related to normal viral infection and because we haven't seen COVID-19 for the past 8 to ten weeks We decided to test she said adding that the patient and his family turned out to be positive The same day more patients came up with similar symptoms which was when she realized there was something else going on since then she sent two to three patients a day How many patients does Doctor Fauci see mister producer None I don't see any I'm too busy I'm mister science I defend science

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Liberal Stacy Can't Understand More People Have Died Under Joe Biden Than President Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 10 hrs ago

Liberal Stacy Can't Understand More People Have Died Under Joe Biden Than President Trump

"Tell me. You want the number? How many people do you have because passed away? Trump. I mean, are you listen, now listen to me? It's always two years of his presidency. And two years of his presidency, how many people died? Do you really, are you? I'm not saying this to you because I'm giving you all the time. Listen to me. Now stop digging her up to me and I'm not interrupting you, I promise to stop. I'm trying to become a dialog with you. Are you putting me on her? Do you really not know that more people have died in 2021 than died in 2020? Do you not know that? Don't say do I not. You're not going to clean me down a certain amount of ignorance. The deal is I'm actually educated. I hear these people call me and calling you intellectual. And yet you don't give that. Let me quote, let me quote here, I don't know if you'll trust Reuters. Stacey Stacey, you asked me for a question. I'm giving you an answer. You want an answer? You want an answer, right? COVID deaths in 2021 have now surpassed the toll in 2020 with 350,000 since inauguration day. Listen 2020. 2020 and 2021 are directly responsibility of food. You're going to tell me Biden? You challenged me. You just Stacey. See why I can't do this because people like Stacey don't want to have a conversation because you're so defeated already before you call. You asked me to give you the number of deaths in 2021 while Joe Biden was president. You know, I gave a Stacy. I gave it to you. Excuse me, you're nobody could hear you because you're not letting me even talk to you and I'm gonna let you talk. You asked me how many people died in 2021 because you said it's not true that more people died under Biden's presidency in the year that he's been president than

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Fresh "Reuters" from Balance of Power

Balance of Power

01:28 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "Reuters" from Balance of Power

"Me call on Nancy Bloomberg Thank you so much President Biden Do you think that other countries will be reluctant to report variants or other strains given the travel ban that you put so quickly on South Africa No I don't think so I don't think that's the what's going to happen And I want to again the reason for the media travel ban is there were a significant number of cases unlike any other country all the few around South Africa in the world We needed time to give people an opportunity to say get that vaccination now before it has moved around the world I think it's almost inevitable There will be at some point that that strain here in the United States But I don't think anyone's going to be reluctant to report We have also moved to do more for example we've provided more vaccines as I said than all other countries in the world combined And we've brought a significant vaccines as well to South Africa in that region Matter of fact South Africa doesn't need anymore vaccine They're having trouble getting it out in the people's arms and the reluctance is there But now I don't think it's going to have that effect Alex Reuters Yes thank you so much mister president I wanted to ask if the U.S. is doing anything to screen international travels for this variant and what is being done is anything internally.

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Reuters Is Suddenly Very Concerned About the Spread of COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

Reuters Is Suddenly Very Concerned About the Spread of COVID

"So Reuters is very concerned about the risk of COVID Reuters you know fake news agency They're very concerned about the risk of COVID From Cubans protesting in the street of Cuba You know the same Reuters it was extremely concerned about COVID spreading during the Black Lives Matter protest Just kidding Of course they were in concern About the Black Lives Matter protests in COVID Again they like communist BLM or communists so they want to support them So you want to throw kind of water on it and say hey listen there could be COVID spread during the BLM protest So they did nothing But here's a headline from Reuters Cuban protests risk exacerbating COVID-19 spike all of a sudden are concerned Interesting because when you read some of their own headlines about the BLM protests thousands joined Black Lives Matter protests outside the U.S. embassy in London There's no mention of that whole COVID thing Because as I said to you opening the show you know the media They're communist sympathizers

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Fresh update on "reuters" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:58 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reuters" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"Wrapping things up look for inflation data out of Spain imminently and in Germany later this afternoon is to be governing council members to cause and villain will be speaking also And that's a Bloomberg business flash I'm tatyana Daria and now here's the end garands were more on what's going on around the world mourning lean Good morning Tatiana and thank you an EU plane is going to monitor the shores of the channel for people crossing as European leaders as stress the need to cooperate with the UK 27 people died earlier this week when a boat capsized crossing the channel Officials from France and Netherlands and Belgium met in Calais without the UK last night after the French president Emmanuel Macron took a disliking to a letter Boris Johnson did share on social media Now in Switzerland voters have backed a law for the use of COVID-19 certificates to access theaters and restaurants by a comfortable margin in a referendum The passes which show if someone has been vaccinated tested or recovered from the coronavirus are designed to prevent economically damaging lockdowns opponents have argued that the passes are an infringement on a civil liberties and finally a pub in north Yorkshire where dozens of people are stranded in the snow Well has held a karaoke night to keep spirits up 61 people became trapped at the tan hill inn of Friday after heavy snowfall many have been sleeping on makeshift beds There's also been music from an oasis tribute band as well as a quiz above buffet and even a Sunday lunch Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and will then 120 countries This is Bloomberg My kind of pub there I can think of worst places to be stuck then frankly or although although if you don't like oasis and you're stuck with distribute pan you might be in trouble A good thing is that actually all went to watch this tribute So that's why we're stuff there So I bet they're thinking that all the roads that led them there are winding you know so I can just imagine that song being pelted out of the pub up there on tan hill which is covered in snow Very nice very nice Thanks Ian for the world news Now stocks in Europe rebounded and U.S. equity futures rose along with treasury yields as a semblance of calm returns this morning to global markets While investors way risks from the omicron coronavirus strain let's speak now to miles Bradshaw head of global aggregate fixed income strategies at JPMorgan asset management Miles are good to speak to you I know that economists have been sort of war gaming various different strategies over the weekend or various different outcomes that we could have here and no doubt strategies of all sorts whether that's fixed income like yourself or other asset classes have been doing the same or thinking about which outcomes could happen here but we still just have so much we don't know about omnikron and it must be very difficult to therefore decide what that means Yeah that's right I think the best thing is to take a step back and create a framework about what you see the risks are And I think the first one is public health and there's a lot of uncertainty but if you take what I think is quite a bad scenario is that you know this new variant escapes the vaccine So we're very much in a winter 2020 lockdown again And I think somewhat optimistically we know what that script looks like there's policy support fiscal policy support monetary policy support We've got through that The next step is firstly making an assumption that there is not a policy mistake and that policy mistake would be if governments don't roll out support schemes if they go into lockdown And this is all conditional statements But you get the idea where we end up with an outcome that isn't dissimilar to what we've had over the course of the whole COVID crisis So I'm optimistic about the economic consequences and not least because also economies have all adjusted We would expect a lockdown to be less severe in terms of the economic impact than it was last time Yes absolutely The shock factor of another lockdown would be sort of huge in the short term but we would know much more about what we were going into wouldn't we And we did the first time around If that came to pass and of course we were a long way from that right now Thinking about policies mistakes I mean what would a monetary policy mistake look like I'm thinking here in particular of the Bank of England miles because other central banks might have the freedom to wait a little bit to find out more about omicron but the BOE is going to have to decide to act or not act on an interest rate hike that has been talked about a lot as we wait for more details What would be a mistake in this situation Do you think I think for all of them if they were meeting tomorrow I mean by the time they meet will have three works with three weeks worth of 8 will have more idea about what the implications of on the conar But if they were meeting tomorrow I think the mistake would be to go ahead as planned and to ignore the uncertainty that's been projected into your economic outlook by this by this virus I think the whole point is not just that it's a new variant which we're not sure about how contagious and how severe it is but also we're already in a situation where the hospital capacity is pretty full We're already dealing with a high level of COVID cases with Delta What we don't want to have is another lockdown and the Central Bank doesn't want to be in a position of pricing monetary policy one week and then two weeks later trying to make up for it by using policy So it's not that difficult to defer a decision to just wait for weeks You'll write them December 6th December 16th is when the Bank of England next meets And we did hear on Friday we were hearing from both the WHO and from Beyoncé who crucially of course.

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EU warns Britain: Don't press the emergency Brexit button - Reuters UK

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

EU warns Britain: Don't press the emergency Brexit button - Reuters UK

"The possibility of a pace brexit trade who is getting closer as both the United Kingdom and European Union remain at the standoff over Northern Ireland and fishing licenses the tension between the two sides was aggravated after the U. K. rejected ET proposals to streamline the trade of goods in northern islands before the talks Britain's brexit minister David frost said they were hopeful the E. you would address the concerns of northern Ireland's when negotiating this significant gap between us if that gap narrows and the commission listened to what we said in the compound type and look at the situation in Northern Ireland then maybe that will help us with excellent however that the U. K. government said the latest proposals did not address what they call fundamental difficulties in addition to the Northern Ireland question both sides also made no progress in negotiations it was symbolically important U. K. fishing licenses all France talks

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Senators Alarmed After Afghan Refugees Walk off Military Bases by the Hundreds

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last month

Senators Alarmed After Afghan Refugees Walk off Military Bases by the Hundreds

"Senate. Republicans are alarmed after afghan refugees walk-off military bases by the hundreds. I thought it was republicans that said we must let all these afghan refugees back into the country invade the world. Invite the world actually. So what do they do. I was just oakland with connor. I said you know instead of actually telling state governors to go arrest these people or to deport them. They wrote a letter. We have the ribbon cutting letter writing. Republicans the senators letter demanding. More information follows a report. Saturday by reuters that at least seven hundred afghans just left the us bases without receiving any services. They're just gone there. Your fellow countrymen now and if you disagree you're racist doesn't matter that afghans don't share western values doesn't matter that there was ridiculously disturbing crimewave in europe that we went into great detail on our program now instead it says while immigration experts told reuters at those individuals are not breaking the law and that military ficials have no legal authority to detain law-abiding afghans. The senators worry that some evacuees are slipping through the alleged cracks in the vetting process. Of course whatever states that they're in if they're republican states. The republican governors won't do anything about it as the law continues to be disregarded next me on that side against the law you just walk off a base. Were you born here you. Us centers and you just do whatever you want. That's my country now worthless

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China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

Wall Street Breakfast

01:27 min | 2 months ago

China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans

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New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:40 min | 2 months ago

New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines

"World has a new covert nineteen very of interest with a would hogan association pointing to the new new variant of the disease which is off in south america. There of fish this ukraina virus vary could be better at evading vaccines thereby increasing concerns of making covered nineteen endemic in society scientists. Say the muir be one six to one variant. As a number of mutations would suggest it could be more resistant. Vaccines early studies. One five vaccine is less effective against the variant. Compared to other mutations in fact it's already been found in thirty nine counties and as a constellation of mutations that indicate potential properties of immune escape these include a mutation called p. Six hundred eighty one age which was first reported in the alpha variant and his potentially responsible faster transmission meal also has the mutations e four eighty four k and k four seventeen n which are associated with being able to evade antibodies against the corona virus and various other mutations include arthur forty-six k. And why one forty four t is consequences. Arizona known music already been reported in ten percent of cases sequenced by the university of miami and reuters reporting that seven fully vaccinated residents in a nursing home in belgium dying from emile outbreak. At this stage the global prevalence of the various among sequence covered nineteen cases is still below zero point one percent but it has consistently grown in countries such as colombia with thirty nine percent and ecuador with thirteen percent increase. Something to worry about

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Ford Adds Jobs to Increase Production of Electric F-150 Pickup

Wall Street Breakfast

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Ford Adds Jobs to Increase Production of Electric F-150 Pickup

"Ford said thursday. It would boost its f one fifty lightning production capacity to eighty thousand per year due to strong demand for the electric pickup truck. The company said that the vehicle would go on sale next spring. The us automakers said it would invest two hundred fifty million dollars at four hundred fifty hourly jobs across three michigan facilities in order to live production. It also garnered more than one hundred fifty reservations for the truck to date. The lightning is an electric version of ford's best-selling gas powered f. One fifty truck reuters had reported the automaker was targeting annual production of more than eighty thousand units. That's up from its prior. Target of more than forty thousand. Units

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Jeff Horwitz on the Facebook Files

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:44 min | 2 months ago

Jeff Horwitz on the Facebook Files

"What are the risks to this. Kind of internal research continuing. What would stop it. No i mean now that they're getting scrutinized for not acting on what they're finding is. Yeah well that's a. That is a deeply depressing thought. That's me the idea that journalism can be permanent. Sort of check on the company is not possible right in terms of providing information. and so. I think there's a legitimate question. As to whether this attention does disincentivize the company to do the sort of research to understand itself that you know. I think everyone wants them to do. But at the same time there has to be some other solution to understanding what is happening inside a company that has such a transformative lee powerful product. So you're not seeing like a a map forward to addressing it now. I think i think one of the interesting things is that very clearly looking at the research. People do have solutions internally that they're proposing and in fact some of them they've even tested and found to be somewhat effective but they do tend to work against the company's interests and that's i think a hard sell inside a for profit business so if they're not addressing thing satisfactorily. I gotta ask. What's the point of doing the research. I think some of it is just truly absolutely necessary to not be blindsided. I mean we're talking about a company that has repeatedly declared a break glass measures in recent months. That's their words for sort of emergency measures to slow the platform. If they don't study this stuff they have big problems on their hands. And i think we can talk about how we got to january six. But there's no question that viral misinformation about elections is a problem. I don't think just ignoring it. Completely sticking their head in the sand is an option. Well okay so tell me how this reporting started like why. Focus on facebook. Aside from being my be facebook touches pretty much everything. I used to cover politics and i realized that politics basically had turned into kind of tech beat already and i think that this sort of the range of stories. We've got this week which deal with powerful political actors overseas humanitarian crises. The mental health of teenagers and the sort of ability to sort of literally flip a switch and change the tenor of political discourse around the world. I mean it. Just sort of illustrates the range and power of this platform. And how did you. I mean. I can't tell you that i mean just spell the name. Yeah so so. It's not a coincidence that there are a lot of people who facebook has asked to work on deeply serious sometimes deadly serious societal issues that end up talking to folks like me as some of them have noted on twitter in recent days Sort of former employees. They end up talking because they aren't able to proceed with their work inside the company. What role do you think. The oversight board plays here. That is very much to be determined. The oversight board has to powers one of them is to issue binding rules on specific facebook posts. That are generally months-old right. So the trump Removal from the platform was something that they kind of have binding authority over the other option or the other power. They've got is the ability to ask. Facebook questions and facebook is required to respond to them and to give them information onto their deal with facebook as long as the questions irrelevant and i think one of the things are reporting showed is that facebook at the very least deeply misled its own oversight board an entity that they created literally last year and put one hundred and thirty million dollars behind to supposedly provide accountability and they in the words of a law professor who studied them closely. They lied to it so under those circumstances is kind of a real question about what they're going to what the oversight board is going to do in response to this They have issued sort of an expression of concern. And you know there are obviously. There are other ways that they could threaten facebook in terms of their cooperation with the company and things of that nature. I mean facebook has invested a lot into this program. But it's sort of unclear what you do if sort of the big picture power you've got isn't one that facebook's gonna respect. Jeff horowitz is a reporter for the wall street journal and now for some related links. We've got links to the ongoing coverage jeff n. team are doing at the wall street journal. They are working round. The clock to publish the facebook vials. Check it out. Facebook already takes aggressive action against disinformation campaigns spread by fake accounts and waged by say russia. Now facebook tells reuters. It's using the same techniques against coordinated campaigns from real accounts for example the lead up to the january sixth attack on the us capitol building oversight is done not by content moderators. But rather by facebook security experts it's unclear yet as to how this will affect public debate.

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Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

Daily Tech Headlines

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

"With ai. Ethics chiefs at google microsoft and ibm published by reuters looks at what. Ai projects these companies reject in september. Twenty twenty google's cloud unit rejected a financial firm looking to us to determine credit worthiness and earlier this year. Google blocked features from analyzing emotions. Ibm turned down a client request for a more advanced facial recognition system microsoft place limits on software mimicking voices. All three companies said they welcomed clear regulation for

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Poland Imposes State of Emergency on Belarus Border

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Poland Imposes State of Emergency on Belarus Border

"A state of emergency has been declared by poland along its border with belarus. The government in warsaw claims that the belorussian authorities a pushing migrants in poland direction. There's also the added problem of upcoming military exercises led by russia but opposition politicians have pushed back against poland's move saying it's disproportionately tough joining me. Now from warsaw is johanna chin guy. Who's a political journalist for reuters. Good morning jonah. Morning just tell us. What's the situation. So currently poland had been well parts have been in a date of emergency since last thursday at the border right. Now there's a lot of military they're they're continuing to build a border fence And media and ngos are no longer allowed to be in that. Three radius of epa parts of the border. Do we know as a result of the fact that we have a media blackout on this but do not see what's happening. It's difficult to tell for that exact reason because there's no longer media on border her. Most of the time at there was basically ngo that was stationed at part of the border. Where thirty two migrants. Who are stuck. And they were giving daily reports about the situation and now that stopped so it's much more difficult to tell what's going

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Hey Nancy, Joe Biden’s Call to the Afghan President Is Impeachable!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Hey Nancy, Joe Biden’s Call to the Afghan President Is Impeachable!

"Miranda devine writes a great editorial the new york post. Nancy pelosi still looking for a phone. Call worth impeaching president. Do i have news for you. Bombshell report from reuters about july. Phone call between joe biden and then afghanistan president ashraf ghani in which the us president promises military aid in return for lies the perception around the world and in parts of afghanistan. I believe is. The things aren't going well in terms of the fight against the taliban biden said in the july twenty third call. And there's a need whether it's true or not there is a need to project a different picture unquote whether it's true or not biden solution. Things weren't going well after the. Us abandoned bogra airfield in the middle of the night by zander. Create the perception. That all was fine whether it was true or not. Well i guess you gotta get the impeachment machine revved up right bottom line is if you impeach trump for his phone call with the head of ukraine. You'd better go after biden right.

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Before Afghan Collapse, Biden Pressed Ghani to 'Change Perception'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Before Afghan Collapse, Biden Pressed Ghani to 'Change Perception'

"We witnessed the impeachment of an american president over a phone call with the president of ukraine. If the american president today just a month ago or so promised military aid exchange for lies. That's a big deal. That's a really big deal. Biden's call was self serving and harmful to american interests as miranda devine points out of the new york post but don't expect congress to pursue it. Reuters also reported on a call to guy from general mark milley chairman of the joint chiefs who was equally focused on turning around the perceptions of reality milley said in his call also on july twenty third pretty fateful day. The perception in the united states in europe and the media sort of thing is a narrative of taliban momentum and narrative of taliban taliban victory. We need to collectively try to turn that perception that narrative around said general milley meanwhile we got americans and allies still trapped behind enemy lines. There's just no doubt about it. And they even evidently left behind the dogs. The dogs the service animals and the assist dogs. These creatures left in cages to die. I mean how much worse can any of this get

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White House Downplays 'Leaked Transcripts of Phone Calls' Between Biden and Ghani

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:07 min | 3 months ago

White House Downplays 'Leaked Transcripts of Phone Calls' Between Biden and Ghani

"Got to presume that the washington the washington machine is going to rev up the impeachment process. Again right turns out. Reuters released a bombshell report. Joe biden and then afghan- afghanistan president ashraf ghani had a phone call in which the problem the. Us president promised military aid in return for lies. Do you remember when i was so proud of. What was the money he took away. Who was that guy. Remember when he was a about that. hell yes. We're gonna with withhold a country if you don't It was ukraine. Remember when he said though if they didn't fire the the corrupt prosecutor in ukraine will take away all this aid and he was very proud of that well apparently did the same thing with the afghan pre afghanistan. President ashraf ghani biden said according to reuters and this is a quote the perception around the world and in parts of afghanistan. I believe is. The things aren't going well in terms of the fight against the taliban and there's a need whether it's true or not there is a need to project a different picture. Wow the need to project a different picture. jen psaki. The white house press secretary was asked about this yesterday. She one answer circle back seem. Speechless was the president anyway pushing a false narrative in that call with. I think it's pretty clear. And i'm not going to go into details of a private conversation but what we saw over the course of the last few months is a collapse in leadership and that was happening even before gardening left the country with the president has conveyed repeatedly privately and publicly. Is you need to stand up and lead your country. And that's something he said at a press conference in july in public form as well

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Biden Should Be Impeached for His Phone Call With the President of Afghanistan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Biden Should Be Impeached for His Phone Call With the President of Afghanistan

"Biden told afghan president they needed to change perception of the talibans rapid advance as biden continues to report claims that no one could have known that the afghan army would collapse bombshell transcripts from july reveal. He pressured afghan president ghani to create perception that the taliban wasn't winning whether it's true or not so somebody from the national security apparatus leak. This the reason why. I don't know reuters on tuesday. Released released excerpts from the call between biden and ghani right before. The president fled. You see joe biden. You should have learned your lesson. The national security apparatus listens everything a president does. Donald trump learned that lesson so biden. Said there's a need whether it's true or not to project. A different picture biden knew that the country was falling. Apart biden knew that kabul was going to be taken. Joe biden said in this call here and there is a need. There's a need to project a different picture. I need to tell you the perception around the world and in parts of afghanistan. I believe that things are not going to go well in terms of the fight against the taliban joe biden new and then joe biden says well. I don't think anybody anticipated it. He sat on the phone call that he was anticipating. I talked to somebody at high level of the intelligence service yesterday. An inside source and a bombshell allegation. That we're gonna share here on the charlie kirk show. We intentionally gave the taliban the weaponry that we armed. The taliban willingly with weapons rifles and helicopters are government. Did that

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

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 3 months ago

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

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

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Reuters Reveals Biden Pressed Ghani to ‘Change Perception’ Before Afghan Collapse

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Reuters Reveals Biden Pressed Ghani to ‘Change Perception’ Before Afghan Collapse

"Reuters today released excerpts from last call between Biden and Ghani before the Afghan president fled. They talked for about 14 minutes on July, 23 is the Taliban advanced rapidly. Biden told his counterpart of a perception that the fight against the Taliban was not going well. Quote. There is a need, whether it's true or not the project a different picture, Biden said. Comments or indication by knew it was a matter of time before the Taliban. One. The months leading up to the withdraw by unpredicted pullout would go smoothly. Now Can we impeach the president over a phone call? This was the brilliant point made by my stepson, David. Now Can we impeach a president over a phone call? Ladies and gentlemen. He wanted to now departed Afghan president to create the perception, quote unquote that his government was capable of holding off the Taliban. This has been transcribed now. Four weeks before a couple collapse. Connie pleaded for more air support money for soldiers who had not been paid to To rise in a decade. Transcript obtained by Reuters revealed two leaders oblivious to the impending disaster, an American president focused on spinning the message. Hello. Kevin McCarthy. Where's Mitch McConnell today? Where? Where is he? At some cafe in Washington? I don't know. Quote. I need to tell you the perception around the world and in parts of Afghanistan, I believe is that things are not going well in terms of the fight against the Taliban. And there is a need, whether it's true or not, There is a need to project a different picture. Biden says.

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Taliban Forces in Kabul Airport Ready to Take Over

All Things Considered

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Taliban Forces in Kabul Airport Ready to Take Over

"To take full control of the airport in Kabul, once the U. S. Military pulls out of Afghanistan. That's according to Reuters news agency, NPR's Michele Kelemen reports, the State Department says it doesn't expect a functioning airport right away. The U. S has been talking to the Taliban, Qatar, Turkey and others to try to make sure there's a smooth handover of the airport in airfield, State Department spokesperson that price says it's in everyone's interests. That there be a functioning civilian airport with the U. S military set to depart by August 31st. I think that, um It is probably unreasonable to expect that there will be normal airport operations on September 1st. But he says the U. S and Allied Air traffic experts have been laying the groundwork for resumption of civilian air services as quickly as possible after the US leaves Michele Kelemen,

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"reuters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"reuters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. The e. y. And microsoft tech directions. Podcast combines our knowledge to find the direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tag in the next episode ryan cunningham product lead from microsoft power ads and christie read e. y. principal discuss microsoft power apps and the rise of citizen developers the e. y. and microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now. Download today from wherever you get your podcast. And you're on your way to the top. These are the daily tech headlines. Tuesday office third. Twenty twenty one. I'm jen cutter. Twitter announced a partnership with the associated. Press and reuters to improve highlighting reliable news and information on the platform from trending topics to countering misinformation. This will be in addition to twitter's crowd source fact checking system bird watch. Initially this partnership will focus on english language content after a beta test involving one hundred thousand users citizen is offering the premium protect service for twenty dollars a month protect opens new features on the app including a get agent button connecting users to a citizen operator for assistance. Instead of calling nine one one. The company states are protect. Agents are highly trained safety experts equipped to help in a variety of stressful or uncertain situations said in his currently in twenty. Us cities and protect launches today on ios with an android version to follow french intelligence. Investigators say pegasus spyware has been found on the phone of three journalists including a senior staff member at the country's international television station france. Twenty four corroborating. The findings of a previously released amnesty international report on the nso groups by were targeting journalists. Windows three sixty five is now available for business. Customers pricing starts at twenty dollars per user per month for those with an existing windows ten pro license providing one v cpu two gigabytes of ram and sixty four gigabytes of storage the top tier adcp's thirty two gigabytes of ram and five hundred and twenty gigabytes of storage cloud. Pc starts at one hundred sixty two dollars per month those without a windows. Ten pro license pay four dollars more per user per month. The italian vaccination registration system for the region of lazio is down due to an apparent ransomware attack. The region's president nicolas zingaretti posted on facebook. That the files in the system data center were inaccessible in the system was shut down to prevent the attack from spreading the system for booking appointments will be unavailable for several days but previously booked. Appointments are set to go ahead. Zoom has agreed to an eighty five million dollar settlement for lawsuit filed in march twenty twenty in the us district court in the northern district of california. The suit accused zoom of sharing personal user data with third parties including facebook. Google and lincoln as well as enabling zoom bombing incidents the settlement requires judicial approval to be finalized after being named in a lawsuit filed by the department of fair employment and housing alleging sexual discrimination and harassment blizzard. Studio president j allen. Brac has stepped down to be replaced by executive development. Vp geno neil and gm. Mike ibarra as co-leaders in a statement blizzard indicated a desire to change company culture pearson. The textbook publisher has announced pearson plus a subscription service for digital textbooks pearson plus rolling out on the us college campuses. This fall will be available on mobile and desktop. The low tier cost students. nine dollars. ninety nine cents a month for a single textbook at a time and the fourteen ninety nine a month tear allows accessing the full library of over fifteen hundred bucks. The apple also includes study aids. Like flash cards annotations and customizable fonts australian telecommunications company telstra announced all national calls and sms from their fifteen thousand payphones will now be free and that pay phones will become completely pointless from october. First overseas calls will still cost a fee hours after a critical article in the economic information daily affiliated with china's state run news agency shinwa tencent increased restrictions on. How long minors can play their game. Honor of kings the article. 'cause ten cents market capitalization to drop sixty billion dollars. As investors fear further government crackdowns the new restrictions for children under twelve include. Not being able to spend money in the game and only being able to play for an hour a day instead of an hour and a half apple has now made.

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"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

08:48 min | 11 months ago

"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

"In this half is it will dig into the most important transit will shape journalists in twenty twenty. One here are some of the questions. We'd like to answer in episode. Is it true to. The pandemic is accelerating the shift digital in the news industry which full matz and technologies. Hold the most promise for january twenty one and we try new streams will publisher exploring the next few months. We'll talk about this with our guest. Nick newman who's senior. Research associate editors institute and the author of the report journalist media and technology trends and prediction. Twenty twenty one which you can find on the reuters institute website. Nick welcome and thank you for being with us today. Thank you federica is so this is a report. You've also for a few years now. And it's based on a survey of two hundred thirty four senior executives from forty three different countries around the word which finding all findings surprised you. The most about is year import <hes>. I guess i guess. I should the optimism of the people we asked in the survey <unk>. Expecting to find given everything that's going on a huge amount of of of gloom and doom. But actually i think seventy three percent said they were optimistic about that. Companies specs and <hes>. Pretty much hof said. They were optimistic about journalism. In general which which actually is higher than this time last year and i think to some extent that reflects the fact that although the pandemic has been extremely difficult economically <hes>. Very distressing personally. It's also <hes>. It's also has taken away some of those barriers to change of sort of frustration. People on the one hand. And then i think secondly it reflects sort of confidence that somehow on the pandemic people what coming back to journalism but the product itself was really valuable to people and i hope that maybe we've turned a corner where we can again sort of distinguish journalism from from the massive information. That's out there on the incident. You mention change and a vast majority of the people you surveyed say to a pandemic accelerating to shift to digital. Do you know why they really mean by that <hes>. In which ways we'd say. The pandemic is transforming journalism beyond the. It's showtime fact. Right i think the the sort of accelerator effective specifically share. What was really good about the surveys. We had people talking about the different ways in which they expected that business to be different. Oh johnson to be different than twenty twenty one. And i think a couple of things. One is obviously working practices. So we so for the first time whole television output pink done from from people's homes using zoom for q. And this would have been on head of a year ago. We also <unk>. Newspapers being outfitted with literally nobody in the office so the whole thing was remote jenna sort of holding against many of these technology trends were forced to work in a different way embrace these new tools and i think you know talking to people this year. They say we're not going back to how things were. You know the museums of the future going to be different. They gonna be hybrid. That gonna be in person and remote together and this is really going to be about working out how that happens and that's partly about tools but it's also about trying to find a balance between efficiency remote working which people like by the way they say they want to go back to the office but also do you get the creativity. How'd you avoid the sort of lack of human contact which people find very difficult. So that's the first thing. And then i think the second sort of theme is really around gems self again. During the crisis we saw that there was a sort of renewed focus on on facts. Because that's what people wanted. The value specialist jones really came out with you a health journalist or whether you were answering this questions that was a huge theme. And i think we're all set so we're going to see specialism. I think it's going to be more valued answering questions. These full mats are gonna be used more invalid more. And then i think we're gonna see more coverage of certain areas like a mental health. Obviously it's gonna be huge theme more reporters covering those kinds of subjects wellness and also trying to find more positively in journalism as well so these are all themes that people talked about and so of course that's about the newsroom operation and the journeys site and what about impact of covid on the business of journalists right so i mean that's that's clearly being changing for some time and again covid nineteen has accelerated that shift towards subscription pay content. So when we asked people what was the most what would be the most important <hes>. Business model for that company in twenty twenty one subscription is now at the top. So what we've asked this question before it's been advertising. It's now subscription. So we're gonna we'll have more payables that's wh- more barriers to to content for some of us for example. We're gonna get quite irritated by that. I think the message is really revenue diversification so everyone is focusing on not know. There's no silver bullet is not subscriptions or advertising. It's kind of both of those. And then on top of that on average <hes>. Respondents said the full different revenue streams. We're going to be important to them this year and that included things like events which is a huge interest in e commerce animals said direct payment from platforms is going to be much more significant this year because google and facebook planning to roll out. More <hes> will goblins where they pay content directly licensed content directly. That's can be a real really interesting stories. Washing twenty twenty one. I'm curious about that e commerce <hes>. What has do journalists. that's a really good question. So so i think i think in in some ways this goes back to the fact that during the pandemic with much more used to buying things online and so therefore this old sort of chain of how you get interested in a product in the first place and then go on to complete it becomes much more critical so in the uk for example it was twenty percent of the beginning of the reach. A economizes percentage of to retail was twenty percent is now thirty five percent so massive increase in our familiarity with that impoverishes of thinking. Well how can we get involved with that. And so i think of two things one is you've got <hes>. Publishes toronto crate recommendations. If you like independent right recommendations the independent in the uk does not with its best buy section <hes>. You have the new times. A separate cycle walkouts <hes>. Where it's basically recommending in an impartial way different products and making fees from the but then you also have the opportunity to brand things directly so buzzfeed's been doing this for some time with a tasty ice cream for example based on it's tasty brand <hes>. And they are planning this year to <hes>. Focus on wellness and sex aimed at millennials and so they're selling things like sex toys and working with the manufacturers to actually sell physical goods online as well. So you can go. Jones will you can call it <hes>. Information but these are ways in which publishes thinking maybe we can get a share of that growing market before we move onto other topics you also mentioned events and has some one who pass was used to go to many events myself now of course moved on zuma online but were sorts of events. Might we see more of this year. What do you think. Yes so i think this is fascinating. I don't know how this is going to work out but again what we've seen is this. Enormous change was suddenly a whole you know millions of people have got confident and comfortable with going online and the paying for things and consuming things video so previously events very much about physical networking relatively small numbers of people high value increasingly. You can create an event you can invite you know. Hundreds of thousands of people to it'll millions in the case of sean michelle jarre. Who did his new concert. You can stream it. You can create a whole load of interactive content around it quite how this could work on decides ation terms. I'm not sure but publishes definitely looking at events and thinking about what is a physical event strategy online event strategy with us just to create an email addresses. And maybe how do we combine that and make it hybrid. So i think it's gonna be a lot of action in that space

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"reuters" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Among airlines, Reuters reports, Delta has reached a preliminary deal with its pilots union that would prevent furloughs through all of next year. That deal would cut monthly minimum guaranteed hours by 5% and the pilot's still need to approve the plan. But in September, Delta and the pilots agreed to reduce Number of furloughs by 222 a total of 1721. Quarantine or not. It's the conundrum that's pitting transportation officials and airlines against public health officials. The Wall Street Journal says the issue was whether people who test positive for the coronavirus before traveling would still have to quarantine on arriving in the U. S. U. S officials are trying to strike deals that would set up safe travel corridors with international cities. JetBlue will stop blocking off all its middle seats as of December 1st two, it says accommodate families flying for the holidays. It says it'll make a small number of rows available to families and Wal Mart is taking precautions against what it calls civil unrest after the election. It's temporarily pulling guns and ammunition from its shelves. Use radio 6 10 w Y o D e introduced today, folks. He's the co owner of crony Sports. Will First location. 30 years ago, He opened heart. She's in California. Everything's going great. And then Cove it hits and all of these restrictions Welcome. Dave appreciate it. Thanks for being with Glenn. You bet. Thanks for having me on. I appreciate it. I feel so bad for you guys in California. Um, who are just Dying, and Gavin Newsom is completely out of control and you're sitting there and I've seen it. I don't know if you saw the the viral video of the guy who was the Greek sandwich shop. Um, where he's like where he's being hassled and being fined every day. They're coming in. You're in that same situation, aren't you? I mean the exact same situation and in our cordial store can't afford to have another lockdown or take out only take out's not our model. Every restaurant has a different style of doing things. And right now, since I'm going against the rule, and I'm allowing people to still see it outside at 6 ft, apart while on our staffs doing all the proper Safety protocols. I'm still open and the health department is coming in every day and I get a $500 fine every single day they come in and give me a sign for remaining open. Oh, what I mean, I I don't understand. I don't understand the people in the government that a I can go to Sam's Club or I could go to target. And I could be there with a bunch of people. But I can't go to a restaurant and be served with sterilized plates and forks. I'm 6 ft away, and they just think they can just shut you down. What are you gonna do for money? Exactly? Well, that's the crazy thing about this, Glenn. You have to understand if this is not even a left or right issue. This is a fairness and common sense issue. There is it's been proven, and I think again yesterday in San Diego. A judge's is reviewing this also, and they have already overturned it. But But, as you said, you could go into a big box store and purchase things that are definitely not essential or the Home depot and get something un essential, but But, uh but but my food and my business is essential and and and it It's just It's just It's so frustrating, and it's the funny thing is when the people come in from these, uh Isn't from like Health department or the alcohol, beverage control all very nice people and all people who have a job to do, but they pretty much come in and say the same thing. They listen. I respect what you're doing, but I have a job to do, and here's your bill, and and they're listen. Those people have their jobs, too, and they have frustrations going on in their life, and they're working very hard. But but that's very scary when they could just have this arbitrary rule, which by the way in L. A county judge already ruled that this was an overreach. When it started in just L. A county of the Supervisors authority. There was no merit to it and no science to it. You know, I I agree with you up to a point I there comes a time where when you have a job to do. And you see the damage that it is doing not just to the country not just to the idea of private business and entrepreneurship, but you see the damage it's doing to people. En masse. You stand up and you quit your job, or you just say a. Does anybody else feel this way? Because I think we all need to stand together. This has got to stop Glen and Glen. You know, I'm glad you reminded me of that and call me out on that. You're right. He's although they're great people and everything. There has to be a time when you say this is against my principles. I am putting this industry and this man and his family out of business. And I promise you this is true. These are desperate times for us. And in the first time, by the way that there was a lockdown Things are a little different back then, for 2.5 months, we didn't know much about the virus. On top of that, Um, the we're going to get this tpp money, which we knew would be a relief And because of that, landlord said, Don't pay your rent right now Credit card company said that we can put you off our health insurance or different insurance is even our vendor said You're gonna be getting money. Don't worry about paying us. It's not even close to that right now. This isn't that was a nationwide thing before And now this is isolated. Just the California Southern California and it is so unfair and so inconsistent and so random, uh and everybody sees it all my customers. It doesn't matter what your if you're leaning, one way or the other. This is about fairness. And restaurants are being treated unfair for no reason at all. And some some restaurants are booming. We don't have a drive through. I wish we did, but that's not how we're set up. So, Dave, you you've lost your license or your permit s o. They could throw you in jail..

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"reuters" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

College Esports QuickTake

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

"Yeah, I think gaming allows you to interact and to just be a part of your community unlike any other platform right now, especially on Twitch when you're able to just read your chat and talk with your people. It's it's the same as your Instagram life and it's dead. Even more intimate because you can then invite them into your lives and play with these people. So I love that logic is making this transition. Yes, he may be putting an end to his music career at least pausing it temporarily but now he is still engaging this fanbase the people that he is loved and he is always put music out for it's one of the really cool things about twitch and why it's been such a successful platform it all streaming services and large but generally twitch why it's been so successful over the years is this ability to connect with people in a way that you mentioned Instagram live and it works but which has this added level this deeper connection with the streamers partially because of where the platform started and just seeing people in their own bedrooms play video games just that natural game and connection that comes with that. It's been really cool to see celebrities in what Grace the platform and also understand what it means to be a twitch streamer. I just saw Austin ekeler was quoted in an Esports Observer article Austin ekeler is a running back for the San Diego. Sorry the Los Angeles Chargers recently. Yes, La Chargers game Chargers. I'm in L A Rams fan. We have competition. Now, it's fine sheriff station. It'll be fine. They read the stadium. They read the stadium with our Stadium. Let's let's get it cleared ours. They they pay Read where the landlord's he was talking about how a lot of athletes, you know streaming on Twitch isn't enough and you actually have to be engaging with chat and doing that and it's cool to see athletes recognized that you know, just throwing up a game while you play it is it quite enough. We're really why people come to switch isn't necessarily to see great gameplay unless you're the best of the best it's to connect with people celebrities are now seeing that and joining the platform in ways, which is really cool. Absolutely. And I think Austin is one of the Pioneers when it comes to athletes that are still in the middle of their peak of their careers right now and they're doubling down if I'm going to work out why not work out with my community he's doing workouts with anyone who wants to join him. He's then jumping on war zone. He's playing fortnite with him. He played in the the white Seltzer charity Royale. I remember helping raise over $500,000 for charity. It's athletes who have this time on their hands, especially in a year like twenty-twenty when we're hit with the pandemic and you just love to see them. Growth and if you like this is just the beginning more and more eyes are now coming to these streaming platforms and more and more people are getting involved and we're going to continue to see the growth of this as you're going to see a larger fan base has flock to these platforms, but also even lesser names people like we got Mr. Belk who is crushing it. He was in NC State wide receiver. Now he's going pro off of Duty war zone if you're competitive, especially if you are a high skilled athlete, I think you just see that mentality transition into the hardcore world of gaming and especially the Esports side, and it's great to see like Chandler floor. Porsche there we go. Florrick flourish flourish. Thank you just like that. It's you gotta flourish. If you want to be on the gaming platform and you're right off. This competition is always driven. So many people a t sports with my favorite lesser-known Esports people is one wild wallnut..

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"reuters" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

College Esports QuickTake

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

"Absolutely fortnite spend insane case study. I mean Travis Scott, it's called sort of loan really blew some people away. I was talking some of the ad weekend deters a few weeks ago. They were just like wait how many people watch this? Cuz you're twenty seven point seven million unique players over the course of one weekend in April while everyone was stuck at home. Yes, but just an absolutely staggering number watching this psychedelic Travis Scott in game concert. It really highlighted where entertainment is going. And what's so unique about gaming spaces and also on the celebrity just front it's been really cool to see all the different people coming out supported getting whether that's investing in Esports companies like Michael B, Jordan or Ashton Kutcher whether that smuggling a monetary into the NBA bubble like we saw Josh Hart to a few days ago. Or whether that's Travis Scott holding this massive fortnite concert or Drake stream with Ninja of year, too. That's two years ago. Now it's crazy. If you had a wish list for guess who would be off on the gamer. Our the whole goal is to bring in these celebrities these people who drive culture forward and so many ways and have to talk about gaming something that they're really passionate about if you had a wish list. Can you give me an athlete an actor and a musician who would be at the top of that list? Okay, so I'm just going off the top of my brain and this is no order Will Farrell actor Ryan Reynolds actor. I just want to hang out with both of those people sounds like think it would be I think it would be a blast of a show when it comes to athlete. I feel like I want to beat Tom Brady in Madison. I'm never going to beat him in anything else and if I have so I can beat him in Madden that would make my day and hope Brady play mad at do you think I would oh, he's got to he's got two dead. And he's got the old man hands now at forty-three, but I think Tom he he's still hip with it. So I think you'll be able to play and hold his own he can make the decisions on the fly. At least on offense. We'll see how he holds it down on defense when it comes to defense of part. It would take it apart. It would be sturdy. I'm going to have to use every glitch. I know in the book editions though. I feel like that is the one I'm most excited about and and when you look at the history of late night TV, it's upcoming artist. And if you look at my Spotify playlist, there's a lot of people that aren't necessarily in the mainstream right now. So I'm looking at people like my man just juice. He hasn't hit it big yet. He's got one of the fastest mouth in the Wrath in the rap game. I think he would be super excited to talk to but also guys like logic who are now hanging up the headphones and they're taking over a new career on twitch.tv. I think logic has to be number one when it comes to musicians on my book logic would be dead. Seven like you mentioned just recently retired from music or at least announced his retirement. I'm not going to hold that in Stow quite yet to stream on Twitch almost shades of like a famous athlete retiring after their career and going into the broadcast booth and becoming like a Tony Romo or something at a color commentator. I feel like we're gonna see more and more celebrities who have successful careers, whatever sport it did finish it up editor Twilight be like, no actually now. I'm going to go be a twitch and you can connect with me there. I'm going to play video games. I'm going to listen to music. I'm going to share my thoughts on that page to be really interesting to see if more and more celebrities followed Logics path and embrace gaming platforms whenever they're done with their chosen career path..

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"reuters" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

College Esports QuickTake

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

"Who's your favorite late-night host and why are the format appeal to you? Let's start with the format. I mean, this is something I grew up on I'm thirty-four years old now and Ed. I remember just every night going to bed. My dad watching late-night TV. It's something that has always just been part of my life. And I love to watch The Evolution I think right now if I'm watching late-night of my favorites gotta be Fallon. He's playing the most games. He's having the most fun with the people on his show, but also Conan O'Brien, he doesn't follow everyone else's rules. He goes off the beaten path. He's got a sidekick with him and Andy, I feel like that's that's the format. I'm going to want to approach with it's just fun. Let's go off-script. Let's make the producers freak out a little bit and what's let's put on a show for the audience if the producers are freaking out. Are you really doing your job as a host a hundred percent hundred percent? That's that's kind of my favorite part is working on a show is I've had titles of executive producer in the past any show that I that I'm really onto I love to have a lot of creative input. So I'm very much see myself as more than a host on this show off. Really excited to put my own Creative Vision on a lot of our episodes. We're certainly excited for it to their few people who understand the Esports at gaming audiences better that way and now all the game our hour is going to focus appreciate both non-gamers and Gamers. The non-gamers are rapidly becoming the minority in those. What have you learned about the gaming audience that may be unique to them in your time a player hosted Caster over the last eighteen years. I think we just gotta go back to high school. I had an a license plate Xbox freak Xbox frk didn't date a lot of girls that year. You know, what as I got to college he became more mainstream. And now if you look today you look at Phase Quinn I think is a perfect example Lil. Yachty offset. Everybody wants to be in gaming today and everyone naturally has Travis Scott has a character in fortnite gaming is the New Wave It's the cool thing to do in birth. Think at this point of time in 20, 20 20 21 everyone that you see in the entertainment industry at some time has their hands on the sticks or a mouse and keyboard. That's what's really crazy about it cuz I had those same experiences growing up. You know, we're playing Smash Bros melee in the club after school and it wasn't where the cool kids hug out. I gotta be honest. And now in faith in the modern-day of gaming everyone's a game where you hear I I talked to some of my friends who are teachers and all their kids are just doing fortnite dances cuz that's the cool thing to do and it's an awesome Mark cuz I feel like there was a lot of people who were Gamers even prior to this and over the last few years gaming sort of come out of the Shadows a little bit and people have been really proud to embrace what it means to be a gamer at all the different games they play they want to talk about um, they want to think about them and now they're being integrated into them and all these unique ways. Absolutely. I mean I think fortnite is probably doing it better than everyone else out there. But it's it's the future of entertainment. It's the one creative space where you can cross blend music off film Comics and More. It's the ultimate experience for me and in the entertainment world right now..

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"reuters" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And where's I think I've got a story in that because that was just an absolutely appalling story. This Supreme Court decision that has the Democrats all upset. I've got some stories. I don't know where have stories and I want to. I want to get to this, Michael actually. Cause I want to get to this other thing from the From the stories list today, the story's list the list of story and I'm having a serious of technical difficulties today that have made life a little more difficult, But let me get to where I need to be here. Because this is this is kind of and this was one of the things that made me laugh this morning, you know. Death penalty on the news media. US Execute Second man in week semi colon They love their semi colon. Lawyer said he had dementia had dementia. The murder had you can't kill him. He's got dementia. He's been in jail for 22 years awaiting execution. Liberals have been fighting against his execution while arguing for increased funding for planned parenthood because there are too many black people in the world. By the way, both people executed this week for their murders were white, which is why you haven't heard anything about it. United States on Thursday carried out its second federal execution in three days following a high highest of nearly two decades. I think it's 17 years Killing by lethal injection, a Kansas man whose lawyers contended he had dementia and was unfit to be executed. Now you really hit the bottom of the barrel if you have been determined to be unfit to be executed. Wesley Ira perky was put to death in the federal collection complex. Terra Haute, Indiana. His sentence was executed for kidnapping and killing a 16 year old girl Jennifer long before dismembering, burning and dumping her body into a septic pond. Now see Democrats look at that and say what? What's the What's the problem? You know, you gotta break a few eggs. He was also convicted in a state court canvas in Kansas, rather off using a claw hammer. To murder an 80 year old woman who had polio. Now the Democrats are very upset. They want to protect this person and increased funding for Planned parenthood because in there squirrely brains that makes a lot of sense to them. And this is what they're upset about. The Democrats are very, very upset. And, of course, the Ford Democratic appointees on the Supreme Court. It was a five for this one to the Supreme Court last night, and they decided about another last gasp Hollywood style running down the hall with the paper. And Ruth Bader Ginsburg was up at 2 a.m. rendering a verdict that the murderer with the claw Hammer and the polio 80 year old in the 16 year old girl with the dismembered, burned body in the pool of species that they wanted to protect this guy, so all four Democratic point because they care very deeply about human life. And increased funding for Planned parenthood. So it's a 54 decision overnight because they really just humanity is not really their thing at all. They don't like people and I was reading it was reading another story about it. From the the Reuters news agency. And this this is the one that kind of made me left a taste more than the other one. The other one wasn't too funny, but the but the idea that four off for Democrats no, he should live. He might have dementia, but you should have executed him after two years in prison instead of 22 years in prison. Because Democrats have been throwing themselves in front of trains since then, But they've got a remarkable piece, The Reuter, the Reuters news agency, and I was I was juggling about it because at the end of the story They said that their reporter was reporting from Bangalore, India. They're reporter was reporting from Bangalore, India, and I was kind of laughing about this because it was the middle of the night, you know, And and I I did a little research on this. Why was the reporter coming to us from Bangalore, India. I wanted to know, And it turns out that the Reuters news agency gives people the late nights off stuff. So they they have their their reporter in Bangalore, India, pick up the story from there and ready, which is outsourcing of jobs, of course to India so that American reporters don't have to stay up late. That's it. That's the part that made me laugh right now. Let's get back to some some audio of the president United States because this was This was amusing yesterday, and he's talking about execution for a AH leader of M s 13. And this has the Democrats upset, too, because they liked to protect people that hack teenage girls to death with machetes. You know, that's one of their constituencies. Also, people on death row who murder little girls and chop up and burn their bodies and throw man. You know that That's thes air potential Democrat voters as long as you don't execute them, so President Trump talking about we've had. I don't even know how many six little girls raped at from Montgomery County schools by by illegal immigrants, many of whom are M s 13 members and their scarred for life from The Washington Post doesn't cover it in the local stations, with the exception of one local station doesn't care about them. So Emma's 13 hacking people death with machetes all over the country, Big International transnational terrorist organization. They have designated a terrorist organization and this leader Love of 13 has been arrested and they're going to seek the death penalty and the Democrats will oppose it Hears sound bite number one President Trump yesterday at the White House has been a problem for a country for a long time. We've taken him out by the thousands, well, radical left wing.

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"reuters" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

12:33 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"News or news wire in our newsroom which is we use Reuters and Reuters news wire coming in in reference to in the midst of everybody talking about this Gail that is being worked out with the Israelis and Palestinians you know where I stand on and I've stayed now for some time don't hold your breath I appreciate what you're commissioners don what the trump administration is done in trying to broker a deal but this isn't a political issue it always will be a theological issue and problem and the anti semitism runs very very deep so clash you see some of the if you're watching on F. I. S. M. dot TV you can see some of the video on dad but a clash in Bethlehem Palestinian I'm sorry Israeli troops were searching for a man that was believed to be in Bethlehem that was that had injured twelve R. Israeli soldiers and of course the protests against the Israeli soldiers came out now that's different B. roll them what I what I saw but I guess it's the same but anyway you can see the clash of course Israeli soldiers with guns Palestinians with rocks but luck I don't know what this is going to do for peace talks whether this is going to continue to escalate as we see our this continued to that in all likelihood would continue to grow so a difficult situation coming out of Israel where now another some more violence between Israel and the Palestinians this just happening on our show or go and I just coming in so I'm sure you'll be seen as soon on the news if they can find the time to talk about it through all the senatorial impeachment hearings that we've been hearing about no statements from anybody Benjamin Netanyahu against anybody else so we'll see we'll continue to watch yes I was invited to Jerusalem Yvonne and I to a special ceremony from Yad Vashem and out I don't know if we're gonna go yet or not gonna be able to go it's in April died out was such an honor to be invited and I do do appreciate that there is it yeah I understand there is a a very very a special place called the hall of remembrance and it is an amazing room a large room with an eternal flame in there and it often times there are events various events in honoring ceremonies they go on there and now one of the greatest honors of my life why two years ago I got to speak to the group there are in that all of our members and when it was it was very very moving it was just one of those times when you can feel the presence of god and I was so grateful to Yad Vashem for Christian friends of Yad Vashem for asking me to do that so it is an amazing place but asked to go in April or don't know if we're gonna be able to make that or not but anyway are we I I am very close to the Israeli what is going on over there and now I have some wonderful wonderful contacts but I talk to on a regular basis some contacts that I talk to are particularly in the department and then in the ministry of economics so hi yeah I am always concerned I love Yad Vashem it is an amazing organization it is doing amazing work despite a push back the darkness of anti semitism and remembrance of the Holocaust all right six ten three six three eleven setting you can cure crop so other let me just go through a couple other things that are in the news first of all productivity number came out today they were expecting our for this number one point eight percent which would have been an amazing number considering we were at and negative two tenths of one percent for the month of for the last look at the fourth quarter this is fourth quarter productivity show on that last look again was a negative two tenths of one percent that number just came in this morning at one point four percent so that is now one point six percent swing and productivity but again they were expecting one point eight percent now I don't know whether that is I didn't see where futures were trading before that number came out so I don't know hi how it impacted that if at all but right now everything is straight into positive territory all the indices op very close well the the yeah all the indices are up very close to three quarters of one percent so we'll see if that if that can now continue six three six three eleven ten six ten three six three eleven said all the indices in the eurozone in positive territory as well the S. and P. five hundred yesterday all recovered from last week's steep losses the Dow industrials average are rose one point six percent the S. and P. rose one point one three percent the nasdaq rose to about a half of one percent listen the fact of the matter is the underlying fundamentals of the economy are extremely strong the underlying fundamentals of the economy remain very strong and I would submit to you that since November of last year the underlying fundamentals have done nothing but gain momentum and even get stronger it is absolutely amazing this economy is about the most resilient economy when they look back on history on the last three years this last three years well just say if they when they look back at eighteen nineteen and twenty it will be known as one of the most resilient signs in our nation's economy it is an absolutely amazing and we see those underlying fundamentals continuing to get better as I mentioned European stocks up today and they extend extending a rally they're getting a further boost from signs of a all righty warming up of U. S. and China trade I don't know if you saw all the numbers but China has now lowered all a lot of terrorists on US goods to about seven percent five percent seven percent had lower terrace now most of those products that they lower the stairs on our health care kinds of products that they need they want more to come in and they want to lower the price on it so they lowered the terrace on that I wouldn't be surprised they end up doing away with those chairs I don't think they did this expecting that the US is gonna reciprocate by allowing terrors I think that is why they did it they did that to lower the burden on not hospitals and medical centers and even on non government organizations that are over there are trying to help with what is going on there so that was looked upon by European stocks as well things are actually getting better and better in US China trade I think they're going to get better and better after this our C. asco of impeachment because I think China is going to come to the conclusion if they haven't already I think they were holding out hope that president trump was not going to get reelected and I think that hope faded very quickly after the state of the union speech and after the vote yesterday so that was looked at with a great deal of optimism from the global markets and add this item is in the eurozone growing even as the virus continues to curb the world's number two economy so that's very very good news and will continue to watch that so after on the the largest three day percentage gain in October European stocks are now up again Asian markets rose early and continue to stay off at the close here today so Asian markets closed in positive territory markets got an unexpected boost later in the day I today which would have been very early this morning here are time when China as they announced that it was cutting terrors there's cuts on those tears as I've already mentioned are worse seventy five billion in U. S. good so they basically cut some of these you are as good terrorists in half so that's going to be good obviously for U. S. imports as they continue to try to ramp up those medical needs that China has right now so a lot of the U. S. goods having caught two ten percent or some goods cut to five percent what other goods have faced five percent levies well have been cut to two and a half Hey starting at one o'clock here are time are I'm sorry one o'clock on February fourteenth so good news we see our additional factory shutting down in China as a corona virus out continues to pick up is that going to hurt the global market absolutely your elbow hurt global markets are there could be we could see now are some cuts in order I'm not looked at oil this morning Aussie some analysts are talking about a five dollar a barrel I decline here over the next week or so we'll see what the what's going to happen if we'll start sliding and continuing to slide for the rest of this week and into next week we'll see West Texas intermediate it's trainee trading now at forty nine eighty one or that's what it was the early this morning we'll see if that is changed by are pretty amazing that makes our oil down eight seen percent for twenty twenty a significant move downward eighteen percent for twenty twenty so any significant Brent crude oil traded around fifty four twenty two a barrel that is devastating for OPEC nations are as you can imagine falling nearly seventeen percent over the same period of time six ten three six three eleven ten remember.

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"reuters" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"North Baghdad Reuters reports at least six people were killed and three more were critically wounded it is not yet known who was behind the latest strike now the latest traffic and weather together right now we are seeing an accident still blocking the right shoulder I seventy five north bound in the paddock road exit also road construction going on I seventy one seventy five north bound near the Brent Spence bridge in northern Kentucky that continuing until five o'clock Sunday morning now ladies forecast from between the heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. got it for Saturday will see are high in the morning of forty three degrees and we will continue to drop from the they are expecting temperatures to head twenty eight for the low Saturday nights now throughout the morning they'll we'll see some light scattered showers in very possible to see some flurries for the afternoon not expecting any to stick from your severe weather station online first warning forecaster raven Richard newsradio seven hundred WLW rate are showing a cloudy sky for the tri city maybe a few light showers you might find in some areas including Kenton county some light shower activity and also the portions of Campbell and southern Claremont our current temperature is forty six degrees a father a sentence in his son's death it is the maximum sentence for twenty seven year old Cody Cole well in Warren County the clear creek township man will spend up to the next twenty four and a half years in prison after taking a plea deal in the death of his baby son he was initially charged with murder and more in the beating death of two month old Kaitlyn Cole well this past April but he admitted to voluntary manslaughter in child endangering police and doctors say his son suffered abuse of head trauma that included brain damage the boy died a few days after being taken off life support Cole well did not say anything at Friday's sentencing I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred WLW damage was caused to the home during a fire in Harrison Friday night fire crews say everyone inside the home on Broadway street near elm got out safely it is not known at this time with sort of the blaze blue ash is hosting a job fair today from eleven AM to one PM at the recreation center to fill seasonal positions in ground maintenance park parks maintenance landscaping Aquatics concessions customer service and more information is also available for volunteer opportunities for the blue ash recreation department during the job there news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports college basketball last night it was Detroit mercy upset again K. U. sixty six fifty eight was concert upsets number five Ohio state sixty one fifty seven right state website Oakland ninety six to sixty nine today you seize up against Tulane to three thirty right here on seven hundred WLW Sunday at St John's up again Xavier for also here on seven hundred WLW NFL playoffs wild card weekend buffalo in Houston Tennessee in New England today is Sunday it's Minnesota New Orleans Seattle Philadelphia the action right here on seven hundred WLW build Edison seven hundred WLW sports aren't accepted as a one o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. roofing and windows guaranteed for life it nature so never replace your basement flooring again your country is uneven damn and not healthy carpet and tile don't last read more the mildew and give worthless warranties nature's don't currently corrects uneven concrete and is not affected by Dennis.

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"reuters" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Reuters is reporting tonight three rockets hit near an air cargo terminal and burned a couple of vehicles belonging to the now the latest traffic and weather together pretty much clear on the expressways tonight except southbound seventy five you're gonna find some problems at town street there is an accident there now the latest forecast from between heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. tell rain continues for this week and overall you can expect to bat an inch or close for some places as we will see a low of forty five for Friday morning and that a high of fifty four on Saturday we are expecting to see a transition over into a mix heading towards the afternoon hours clearing up by eight bring your severe weather station online first warning forecaster rated Richard newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar shows a rain covers the entire tri state right now we have forty six degrees in Cincinnati former bangles head coach Sam Y. H. has died after a battle with cancer he was seventy four years old play for the bangles back in the late nineteen sixties and became head coach nineteen eighty four to nineteen ninety one and he took the bangles to the Superbowl in nineteen eighty nine white received a heart transplant back in twenty sixteen but I've been suffering from cancer recently he died in South Carolina today beside his success with the bangles is probably best known for grabbing the the microphone a riverfront stadium on December tenth nineteen eighty nine when fans were angry with the rafts and started throwing snowballs will the next season at the age of seventy four the lawyer representing the man charged in last week's attack on members of a New York his CITIC Jewish community at a rabbi's home says his client suffers from untreated psychiatric problems also today the daughter of one of the more seriously wounded victims called for peace a passionate plea for action days after a stabbing a Hanukkah celebration I'm begging you please stand up and stop this hatred the family of one of the victims Joseph Newman speaking out he sustained multiple injuries he has a fractured skull he's been sliced like through his neck new man stabbed in the head with a machete one of five people seriously injured but a rabbi's house in Muncie New York last Saturday ABC's Stephanie Rommel's Wall Street quite a day is the Dow closed up three hundred and thirty points the nasdaq up one twenty S. and P. five hundred up strong at twenty seven points you see a winner over Boston College in the Birmingham bowl tonight the final thirty eight to six our next news coming up at ten hi Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW you or someone you know suffer from joint back or arthritis pain Hank Haney and last year my voodoo pain relief cream helped over fifty thousand people feel better now I know everyone is skeptical of trying to remedy so here's what I'm gonna do for the first one hundred customers I'm offering a free two week supply of my voodoo pain relief cream that's right free just go to voodoo pain relief dot com right now to order your free two week supply that's voodoo pain relief dot com don't miss the final weeks of destination moon the Apollo eleven mission at Cincinnati museum center more than twenty objects from the historic mission including buzz Aldrin's I kind of helmet and gloves the Apollo eleven.

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"reuters" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"This is Reuters may fourth today's make six cross border hostilities, which broke out on Friday. Flared into a second day with Palestinians fleeing Isreaeli strikes in Gaza and air raid sirens, sending Railly's running to shelters as interceptor missiles, blew up rockets in the sky that my blowing. It's truly. There was no difference than it would have been still these broke out. I don't know the day of the week of the of the attack on Pearl Harbor, but prostheses broke out on someone. No Sunday still broke out on Sunday. In the imperial harbor at the Pearl Harbor Bache in Hawaii. As Japanese flyers were sent scurrying for away from anti-aircraft attack and American sailors were jumping off burning ships. That's that's how it would have been reported. It's all it's all in the passive. That's what's so amazing. Hostilities broke out. Nobody started I've mentioned often on the radio that as a as a kid the. One of my parent, one of my parents or any other adult like a teacher would say, I don't care who started. Which is very common parental thing. Like when the two of your your kids are fighting just stop it. I don't care who started. And I thought I remember thinking like five what do you mean? You don't care who started isn't that like important? Why is she started significant? Somebody started at somebody responded at had nobody started. Nobody would be fighting. That's how it works. We just start fighting simultaneously. It's it doesn't peach a good lesson. Reuters Reuters classic anyway Gaza's Rayleigh fly. Let's hear it is the headline. It's also on Reuter site on Reuters own site Gaza, Israel violence flares into second day. It's very said. The only reason I'm laughing is because as I often say only alternative is to cry. But I think people need to understand how how upside down. So much of our thinking is that this is this is what matters. Okay. Let's see here. Let's go to your Kohl's Orlando in audience. Somebody. You're calling from the audience. Oh,.

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"reuters" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Landau? I am one of seventy three million visitors to your city. But they don't get a few hundred people to welcome them. So that's a big deal. Very touched. Folks here here is a perfect example of what I was talking about earlier. This is the Reuters report on the Middle East right now ready. This is Reuters may fourth today's may sixth cross border hostilities, which broke out on Friday. Flared into a second day with Palestinians fleeing Isreaeli strikes in Gaza and air raid sirens, sending his Railly's running to shelters as interceptor missiles, blew up rockets in this guy that mind blowing. It's truly. There was no difference than it would have been hostilities broke out. I don't know the day of the week of the of the attack on Pearl Harbor, but prostheses broke out on someone. No Sunday still broke out on Sunday. In in pro harbor at the Pearl Harbor patient Hawaii. As Japanese flyers were sent scurrying for away from anti-aircraft attack and American sailors were jumping off burning ships. That's that's how it would have been reported. It's all it's all in the passive. That's what's so amazing. Hostilities broke out. Nobody started I've mentioned often on the radio that as a as a kid the. When. My parent one of my parents or any other adult like teacher which. I don't care who started. Which is a very common parental thing. Like when to two of your your kids are fighting just stop it. I don't care who started am. I thought I remember thinking like five what do you mean? You don't care who started isn't that like important? Why is she started significant? Somebody started at somebody responded at had nobody started. Nobody would be fighting. That's how it works. Just start fighting simultaneously. It doesn't teach good lesson. Reuters. Reuters is a classic anyway Gaza's Rayleigh fly. Let's hear it is the headline. It's also on Reuter site on Reuters own site Gaza, Israel violence flares into second day. It's very the only reason I'm laughing is because as I often say only tentative is to cry. But I think people need to understand how how upside down. So much of our thinking is that this is this is what matters. Okay. Let's see here. So here Kohl's Orlando in audience. Somebody. You're calling from the audience..

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"reuters" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Reuters had the story confirmed by Bevo, the Reuters reporter had the story he asked Beto about it that'll confirmed. It was true. This guy sat on the story all during the O'Rourke. Ted Cruz Senate campaign. It was embargoed. He said he was doing this. Because he was writing a book. This was not this reporting that uncovered that oh having fantasies about running over kids with his car. He didn't uncover that as part of his day job as a reporter of the news. He came across this as an author, and therefore he was within his rights to withhold the story until after the election for his book. And then he wrote the story came out last week. And I forget the guy's name Reuters. But he's come under a lot of vicious attacks by some he's getting praise. He's not the first guy to learn things in a campaign and bury them for a book later, particularly embarrassing things. But when I saw this folks, I began to think that the source for this has to be Democrats who do not want a white male as their nominee. I mean who in the world was Reuters, which is a left wing news organization. They had the story. They had the details on and by the way Beddoes fantasy about running over kids with his car is not the only thing embarrassing from those days. This. This was it was a murder mystery. It was a murder fantasy piece. That wrote. Where the narrator runs over children in the street with a car, and it was last Friday that Reuters published this piece revealing Beto was a member of the packing group cult of the dead cow. So Beto has now apologized for this. And that's what he's in this stuff that I did my past it. Nobody's gonna hold it against me. This is the stuff. He's talking about. Nobody's going to hold out against me. It's not going to have an impact on my race in twenty twenty. Nobody's going to care about it by them. And I think he's saying this largely because of the experience with President Trump a lot of things like the access Hollywood video didn't damage Trump. So a lot of these presidential candidates are thinking that the old rules are dead and all this stuff in your past. As a candidate is not going to hurt you anymore. I think they're making a mistake because they still don't understand why Trump was not held to account on those things and let me just tell you Beto over work is not Donald Trump. There's a whole story here on how this Reuters reporter uncovered this story and sat on it. Once this clown's name, this Reuters Joseph men M E an we've also learned that Begnaud has. Written poems. You'll let Beto is a is a poet. I can't read this poem to you. After take a brief tie can't read. Listen to rush Limbaugh's award winning radio show any time..

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"reuters" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Reuters had the story confirmed by Devo, the Reuters reporter had the story he asked Beto about it that'll confirmed. It was true. This guy sat on the story all during the O'Rourke. Ted Cruz Senate campaign. It was embargoed. He said he was doing this. Because he was writing a book. This was not this reporting that uncovered oh having fantasies about running over kids with his car. He didn't uncover that as part of his day job as a reporter of the news. He came across this as an author, and therefore he was within his rights to withhold the story until after the election for his book. And then he wrote the story came out last week. And I forget the guy's name Reuters. But he's come under a lot of vicious attacks by some he's getting praise. He's not the first guy to learn things in a campaign and bury them for a book later, particularly embarrassing things. But when I saw this folks, it's when I first began to think that the source for this has to be Democrats who do not want a white male as their nominee. Mean who in the world was Reuters, which is a left wing news organization. They had the story. They had the details on and by the way Beddoes fantasy about running over kids with his car is not the only thing embarrassing from those days. This. This was a it was a murder mystery. It was a murder fantasy piece. That Ben wrote? Where the narrator runs over children in the street with a car, and it was last Friday that Reuters published this piece revealing Beto was a member of the hacking group cult of the dead cow. So Beto has now apologized for this. And that's what he's doing this stuff that I did my past it. Nobody's gonna hold it against me. This is the stuff. He's talking about. Nobody's going to hold that against me. It's not going to have an impact on my race in two thousand twenty. Nobody's going to care about it by them. And I think you're saying this largely because of the experience with President Trump lot of things like the access Hollywood video didn't damage Trump. So a lot of these presidential candidates are thinking that the old rules are dead. And that all this stuff in your past as a candidate is not going to hurt you anymore. I think they're making a mistake because they still don't understand why Trump. Was not held to account on those things. And let me just tell you Beto or Rourke is not Donald Trump. There's a whole story here on how this Reuters reporter uncovered this story and sat on it. Once this clown's name, this Reuters Joseph men M E an we've also learned that Beddoe has. Written poems. Veteran is a is a poet. I can't read this poem to you. After take a brief tie can't read. Listen to rush Limbaugh's award winning radio show anytime.

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"reuters" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Reuters had the story confirmed by Beto, the Reuters reporter had the story he asked better about it Begnaud confirmed. It was true. This guy sat on the story all during the O'Rourke. Ted Cruz Senate campaign. It was embargoed. He said he was doing this. Because he was writing a book. This was not this reporting that uncovered Beto having fantasies about running over kids with his car. He didn't uncover that as part of his day job as a reporter of the news. He came across this as an author, and therefore he was within his rights to withhold the story until after the election for his book. And then he wrote the story came out last week. And I forget the guy's name Reuters. But he's come under a lot of vicious attacks by some he's getting praise. He's not the first guy to learn things in a campaign and bury them for a book later, particularly embarrassing things. But when I saw this folks is when I first began to think that the source for this has to be Democrats who do not want a white male as their nominee. Mean who in the world that was Reuters, which is a left-wing news organization. They had the story. They had the details on and by the way Beddoes fantasy about running over kids with his car is not the only thing embarrassing those days. This. This was a it was a murder mystery. It was a murder fantasy piece. That wrote. Where the narrator runs over children in the street with a car, and it was last Friday that Reuters published this piece revealing at all was a member of the hacking group cult of the dead cow. So Beto has now apologized for this. And that's what he's gonna this stuff that I did my past. Nobody's gonna hold it against me. This is the stuff. He's talking about. Nobody's going to hold that against me. It's not going to have an impact on my race in two thousand twenty. Nobody's going to care about it by then. And I think he's saying this largely because of the experience with President Trump a lot of things like the access Hollywood video didn't damage Trump. So a lot of these presidential candidates are thinking that the old rules are dead and all this stuff in your past. As a candidate is not going to hurt you anymore. I think they're making a mistake because they still don't understand why Trump. Was not held to account on those things. And let me just tell you Beto or Rourke is not Donald Trump. There's a whole story here on how this Reuters reporter uncovered this story and sat on at once this clown's name, this Reuters Joseph men m e an end up. We've also learned that oh has. Written poems. Hewlett Vento is a is a poet. I can't read this poem to you. After take a brief tie can't read..

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"reuters" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on KTRH

"Reuters had the story confirmed by Beto, the Reuters reporter had the story he asked Beto about it that'll confirmed. It was true. This guy sat on the story all during the O'Rourke. Ted Cruz Senate campaign. It was embargoed. He said he was doing this. Because he was writing a book. This was not this reporting that uncovered that oh having fantasies about running over kids with his car. He didn't uncover that as part of his day job as a reporter of the news. He came across this as an author, and therefore he was within his rights to withhold the story until after the election for his book. And then he wrote the story came out last week. And I forget the guy's name Reuters. But he's come under a lot of vicious attacks by some he's getting praise. He's not the first guy to learn things in a campaign and bury them for a book later, particularly embarrassing things. But when I saw this folks when I first began to think that the source for this has to be Democrats who do not want a white male as their nominee. Mean who in the world was Reuters, which is a left wing news organization. They had the story. They had the details on and by the way Beddoes fantasy about running over kids with his car is not the only thing embarrassing from those days. This. This was a it was a murder mystery. It was a murder fantasy piece. Wrote. Where the narrator runs over children in the street with a car, and it was last Friday that Reuters published this piece revealing Beto was a member of the hacking group cult of the dead cow. So Beto has now apologized for this. And that's what he's doing this stuff that I did my past it. Nobody's gonna hold it against me. This is the stuff. He's talking about. Nobody's going to hold it against me. It's not going to have an impact on my race in two thousand twenty. Nobody's going to care about it by them. And I think you've saying this largely because of the experience with President Trump a lot of things like the access Hollywood video didn't damage Trump. So a lot of these presidential candidates are thinking that the old rules are dead. And that all this stuff in your past as a candidate is not going to hurt you anymore. I think they're making a mistake because they still don't understand why Trump. Was not held to account on those things and let me just tell you Beto O'Rourke is not Donald Trump. There's a whole story here on how this Reuters reporter uncovered this story and sat on at once this clown's name, this Reuters Joseph men m e an end up. We've also learned that Beddoe has. Written poems. You'll let Vano is a is a poet. I can't read this poem to you. After take a brief tie can't read. Listen to rush.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"New polling out from Reuters is breaking in the last few minutes, a growing proportion of Americans blamed, President Trump for a partial government shutdown that will cut off paychecks to federal workers this week, though, Republicans mostly support his refusal to approve a budget without tax. Payer dollars for the us Mexico border wall. According to a Reuters poll released on Tuesday, the national opinion poll ran from January one January seven now that is before the president of the United States gave his national address before he went down to the border. It's well the media were basically proclaiming as loud as humanly possible that oh this was Trump's fault. They said that fifty fifty one percents of adults say Trump deserves most of the blame for the shutdown which is four percentage points from December twenty first to December twenty fifth thirty two percent blame congressional Democrats than the shutdown seven percent blame congressional Republicans. According to the poll, obviously, those numbers are not what President Trump is looking for. But that's like he needs to press harder. Apparently only thirty five percents of adults in the United States support. A congressional spending Bill that includes funding for the wall. Twenty five percent support Trump's decision to keep the government closed until congress approves funding for the wall public support for a border wall shifted considerably over the past few years, the poll found that forty one percents of the public supports building additional border fencing that is actually down twelve points from. A similar poll that ran in the first week of twenty fifteen because Democrats have decided they no longer agree with basic common sense. Because President Trump is involved with that basic common sense. Well, that's why it would be great. If the media would ask Democrats to defend their own view of the common sense. It's why President Trump look he doesn't have much of a choice here. He has to double down on his own propositions. This is not one where he can compromise. It is the basis of his election is the basis of his point of view with regard to preserving the legality of the United States. He doesn't have a lot of moves left here. And that means that he's going to have to make the case to the American public again. And again, and again, just declaring a national emergency ain't gonna cut it. We'll get to more on this. And in a little while I want to discuss a crazy study that came out from the American psychological association earlier this week got some background on that. But first let me.

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