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Fresh update on "russian" discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

01:07 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "russian" discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

"Questionable business dealings overseas And yet nothing was reported. They covered it up. The media covered it up, and now you're seeing the same thing where you never hear the liberal media talking about Hunter Biden still holding an ownership stake in this Chinese Invest Well, you hear it, you hear from some media quarters. Thank God. There's still independence out there. For instance, Here's a report from Newsmax. They have a source within the Justice Department. That is, by the way, conducting a criminal investigation over Hunter Biden saying Now that a lot of this probe is focusing on this company that he was lobbying using for lobby it's called Blue Star Strategies. And they were lobbying for a Ukrainian company that counted Biden as a board member that, of course, Berea sma, and they're focusing quite a bit on that. And of course, this is all based on evidence from Hunter Biden's laptop. Let's not forget, and Richard Grenell, the great Ric Grenell. Your former colleague in the Trump administration. He reminds us all that in the weeks leading up to the election, 50. Former Intel officials, including Leon Panetta, the former CIA director, said the hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation. The media ran with that fake story about Russian disinformation. Chris Wallace and the media. The moderators in the debates continue to allow Joe Biden even during the debates. To say this was Russian disinformation. It never was. They never saw any evidence to suggest that it was Russian disinformation. They politicized intelligence before the presidential campaign, they politicize their roles. With the intelligence community by pushing this fake Russian disinformation story, and now we finally have some people following up on the Russian laptop story saying, Oh, hey, maybe this was a real story. Mercedes. Hey, Larry, But, you know, Jen Psaki said that.

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A Look Into the Life of Serial Killer & Conman, John Edward Robinson

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

00:58 sec | 23 hrs ago

A Look Into the Life of Serial Killer & Conman, John Edward Robinson

"So june. Second two thousand at least five. Women's bodies were found in barrels john. Edward robinson's sixteen acre property. Near i don't know how to say this. I'm going to look it up kansas. Because a love you lo seen kansas. Okay mean low seen sonnenfeld that way at all but lesean kansas and he also had a rented storage unit and raigmore missouri and the the bodies were found in both of those locations. So this sounds like straight up murder. That's not a sprinkle stratum murder. But we're not going to get like into all these murders of murder and these weren't his only victims soon. An entire crazy background of dislike lying adultery. Fraud ing scamming shadiness. Yucky being gross. Being dumb. just coming rude comes. Russian forth like

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Fresh update on "russian" discussed on The Boxer Show

The Boxer Show

01:29 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "russian" discussed on The Boxer Show

"Line We welcome Michael Bauer from NBC News Radio. Michael We got the Biden administration that's prepping to issue sanctions against Russia. Of course, this is less than a week after both President Biden met with Vladimir Putin. My question is why the U. S. Is pushing Russia and what are some of the issues at stake at this point? Well, this is a lot of this. We're kind of leaving up the speculation here because we know as you pointed out. This is a couple of days ago you had the summit meeting between President Biden President Putin. It's very possible that these discussions and what it feels like we're learning is that these discussions happened. At that very summit that there was at least an indication that there would be on some level sanctions lowered against Russia and that in this particular case what we're seeing from nationals here suit National Security advisor Jake Sullivan is that they're preparing another package of sanctions to apply in this case. He's saying that you know, we've shown all along the way. We're not going to pull our punches whether it's on solar winds, meaning Russian hacking or election interference or navalny when it comes to responding to Russia's harmful activities, And this seems to be a batch of sanctions that are going to be put on Russia over imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Now that would seem to me if I'm putting, you know, doing a little math here a little, uh, World leader map. I'm trying to figure out it sounds to me like Biden probably was asking on some level. Russian leader Vladimir Putin to either release Navalny seek medical help for navalny something on some level that would be the next step in making sure that Navalny was healthy rather than Possibly being concerned over his health and whether or not he was going to survive in prison. And when that didn't happen over the span of this past week, then it was the talk about Let's put these sanctions together and finally put them on top of not just Vladimir Putin, but perhaps even some of the oligarchs that support Vladimir Putin. I mean the U. S and European Union already imposed sanctions over the poisoning back in March, and that round of measures targeted the head of Russia's FSB security agency, which is believed to have been the group. Behind the poisoning, relaxing Navalny. So if this is a brand new batch of sanctions that will be going aimed at Vladimir Putin and the oligarchs who support him. This could be a different maneuver that's being used and they would I would fully believe on some level that President Biden would have made that announcement to Vladimir Putin as to what kind of sanctions would be lowered when they had their meeting last week. Already We know from Russia. They've said that they are very clear the fact that they would be possible impending U. S sanctions So again that says to me, they've got a heads up. They were receiving a warning into that meeting last week, the Kremlin responding to these possible sanctions by saying that they expect the United States would keep trying to contain Russia after the summit of their leaders, and that It is important for the two powers to be pragmatic over the talks of these new sanctions, you know, it's interesting we've seen between the cyber attacks and and those you know, going back to Russia. Michael, For example. Michael Bowers with us from NBC News radio. We see Russia outfit in Iran, for example, with with military equipment. You wonder. I'm not saying the U. S shouldn't do anything. I think it's you know, it makes sense. I think for the US to do something, Michael However, you can't help but think about repercussions. After this and and and and responding in kind, right? I mean, look, just even going back to kicking ambassadors out and then having Russia react the same way to us here. I mean, that's kind of been the game that's been played. Thus far. We issue sanctions they counter with sanctions. They answer in kind on some level, but at the end of the day, we're still getting hit with these cyber attacks were still getting hit hit with ransom attacks. Even though Vladimir Putin is saying, Look, I you know, I didn't personally order any of those are I had nothing to do with that. That could very well be true. But it doesn't mean that you as a country aren't giving the thumbs up by not going after the people that you know, are conducting these kinds of crimes, your not enforcing anything against them. You kind of just looking the other direction, which is a sanction in and of itself, saying Well, we're going to be cool with it, then. It's not us directly. It's okay. Similar to the way that they've reacted when it comes to Alexey Navalny. Look, it wasn't Oscar Did you know he broke some laws, and that's why he's there. We had nothing to do with the poisoning part of this all. I mean, there's always some sort of an escape route for Vladimir Putin to use, which seems to be in this particular case, what he's been doing now, if you can hit closer to home and make this less about Russia at large and more about Vladimir Putin and some of his friends were very wealthy. Maybe that becomes something that would allow for change to happen. Maybe not. It's certainly a roll of the dice right now. Michael Bauer, NBC News radio. Hey, really good two days in a row. I am the luckiest man in the world. We are so lucky. Thanks, Michael. Have a good rest your week. You got to say that I appreciate it. The legacy retirement group dot com phone line. Meanwhile, you know we're hard to believe that we're just a little over a week away from the Fourth of July holiday, So the Triple A Ohio just came out and our good friend Kimberly. Who, uh, I guess they put all this data together. And they have 47.7 million Americans, including more than two million Ohio instead will be traveling this independent state. This is a record number. Of Ohioans that will hit the road for the Fourth of July holiday. The volumes are expected to nearly recovered to pre pandemic levels. Meanwhile, with that driver fuel driver shortage gasoline is probably I would look for probably gasoline to get a bump up in price by sometime next week. Speaking of drivers forgot to mention this yesterday. But there's a company that analyzes two million Oh, hot auto insurance quotes from the past year..

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Diplomats meet in Vienna for more Iran nuclear talks

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Diplomats meet in Vienna for more Iran nuclear talks

"Talks between Iran and global powers continuous senior diplomats meets in Vienna to try to restore twenty fifteen you could deal sensitive from China Germany France Russia and Britain all together in a hotel in the Austrian capital their aim is to revive the landmark agreement to contain Iranian nuclear development Russian envoy me hand it would be an oft tweeted that an agreement on the restoration of the deal was within reach but not yet finalized there is no U. S. representative at the table because former U. S. president Donald trump pulled the U. S. I don't have the deal in twenty eighteen however president by this administration have shown willingness to rejoin the deal under certain times the U. S. delegation in Vienna is taking part in indirect talks with Iran with diplomats from the other world powers acting as go betweens I'm Karen Thomas

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Fresh update on "russian" discussed on Austin's Morning News

Austin's Morning News

01:03 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "russian" discussed on Austin's Morning News

"$6 trillion big makes it to the president's desk. Would he sign it? Or is that too big? Well, first? We're not quite there yet. That is not a note. So now a president who Once distanced himself from Sanders during the primaries by saying, I'm not a socialist. I beat the Socialist is keeping an open mind about his legislative ideas. You go newsman Peter Doocy in our nation's capital. It is 5 39. There are more budget squabbles in D. C. I'm Chad program with the speaker's lobby. Russian leader Vladimir Putin quoted Leo Tolstoy after his meeting with President Biden. There is no happiness in life. Only a mirage of it. Which brings us to the point of today's missive. I'm here to officially ruined your summer. Congress is rapidly approaching a fight over the debt ceiling. Washington will likely hit the debt limit at the end of July. That means the federal government will exceed the statutory threshold of how much money it's allowed to spend in about five weeks unless Congress acts fights with the debt ceiling are usually epic scraps over the debt ceiling are of a completely different kingdom file, um, class order family genus species compared to other legislative brawls. Consider the debt ceiling donnybrook in the summer of 2011. Failure to lift the debt ceiling could risk a market shock or downgrade the federal government's credit worthiness. Republicans may be unwilling to work with Democrats to incur more debt. But now Democrats controlled the House Senate and White House. So with the midterms pending you can only imagine the politics of this issue with the speaker's lobby Chat program. Fox News As the Biden administration works to rejoin the Iran nuclear deal, Israel's new leader has a warning for the United States..

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NASA Reports Trouble With Hubble Space Telescope

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

NASA Reports Trouble With Hubble Space Telescope

"Hubble space telescope has been hit with computer trouble with all astronomical viewing halted did the russians hacking maybe put the orbiting observatory has been idle since sunday when the nineteen eighties era computer that controls the science instruments shutdown possibly because of a bad memory board flight controllers at nasa goddard. Space flight center in maryland tried to restart the computer on monday. But the same thing happened. Oh there now to switch to a backup memory unit. If that works the telescope will be tested for a day before the science instruments are turned back on. observations can resume for now. The cameras and other instruments are in a so-called safe mode.

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Armenia Votes in Election Triggered by War Defeat

The Newsroom

02:08 min | 3 d ago

Armenia Votes in Election Triggered by War Defeat

"Iran's neighbor to the north Armenia is also holding really significant elections this weekend. They're heading to the polls in snap parliamentary elections on Sunday to defuse a political crisis of the country following its defeat in last year's war with Azerbaijan over the territory of Nagorno Karabakh. Voters face a tough choice between an embattled prime minister and a former strongman president. The BBC's Ron Dmitry reports campaigning in the North eastern Armenian town of oblivion, the incumbent union asks several 100 of his supporters gathered under the hot sun. If Armenia has a future that that guy Yes, The people apply for a man to me put up on that. When we say future, we mean you because you are the future of Armenia. You are going to build it with your own hands because you are the pillar. You have proved it in the last seven months in November last year, a six week war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno Karabakh. Ended in humiliation for medium the country lost swathes of territory and up to 4000 servicemen died. Many of them young recruits. That is a huge number for a small nation of three million. Oh, okay, well, Azerbaijan celebrated victory in Armenia. Many regarded a Russian brokered truce signed by Nicole Passion, You treacherous Months of protests by the opposition demanded his resignation. He offered early elections. Instead, 22 parties and four political blocs are contesting the Sunday vote. All three former president of Independent Armenia are taking part in the race.

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Key Takeaways From the Biden-Putin Summit

WBZ Midday News

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Key Takeaways From the Biden-Putin Summit

"Bannon is back from his first foreign trip as president, and they give it a high stakes meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin Yesterday. The highly anticipated meeting with the Russian president lasted more than three hours, with both leaders covering a host of topics. A B. C s faith of Blue Bay with the key takeaways as the White House looks to reset the U. S relationship with Russia. The talks between both nations will continue through ambassadors on cyber attacks, a new nuclear agreement and a potential prisoner swap. Both fighting and Putin emerging from the high stakes summit in Geneva, projecting confidence and describing a positive tone. During the talks, the president confronting Putin on a range of issues, including cyber attacks and human rights violations, both sides agreeing previously expelled ambassadors will return to their posts and continue the talks. Biden, giving it six months to a year to see whether conversations yield any result. With a

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Power outage hits 337K in Puerto Rico amid growing outrage

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 5 d ago

Power outage hits 337K in Puerto Rico amid growing outrage

"Are in the dark in Puerto Rico. The power failure comes less than a week after massive outage knocked out power to 900,000 buildings on the island interruptions could last For days, President Biden and Russian

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Caller Critcizes Biden for Gifting Hacking Targets to Putin

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 5 d ago

Caller Critcizes Biden for Gifting Hacking Targets to Putin

"I heard a statement from President Biden after his discussions with Putin today, and I was stunned by the statement. I can't believe any American president would say that other than possibly Woodrow Wilson, and I think there's a lot of comparison. He said. And I think I'm quoting and he said I presented a list of Putin of 16 targets that were off limits to Russian hackers. And I was stunned Mark. I mean, I know what President Trump's reaction to. That would have been, and I'd love to hear what your comments are. Yeah, well, what he did, then is he told him the top targets he ought to hit. That's number one. These are the 16 that are off limits. Okay, Those are the 16. We should hit then, right? Number two What happens to target number 17 18 and all the rest of them? He that you're exactly right. What he should have said is cut it out. We're going to hurt you. And I don't mean just Respond. I mean, we're going to hurt you. But he's a coward. That's Joe Biden. He's a coward. He is not going to do that. He'll surrender and he gave them the pipeline. For God's sake. Trump would have said that It's insane. Mark Donald Trump would've said there was one target. Anything that is affected that affects the U. S. It's Um economic or strategic interests. We will retaliate in kind or greater. What do you think Reagan would have done? I'm scared of. Yes, it's true Reagan would acted. Don't think Reagan would have said anything. He already would have hammered them. I don't either he would have done. He would have been done. Yeah. I mean, the thing would have been reported have been confirmed, and he would have taken action. That's exactly right. Well, we've got what we've

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Rep. Elise Stefanik Suggests Biden Infrastructure Proposal Leaves Our Defense Vulnerable

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 5 d ago

Rep. Elise Stefanik Suggests Biden Infrastructure Proposal Leaves Our Defense Vulnerable

"I guess Americans to know that the Russian nuclear Inventory about 88% of it has been modernized about. None of ours has been modernized under the Biden proposed massive multi trillion dollars $6 trillion budget. The defense budget really goes negative because he doesn't even give enough of an increase to cover existing expenses. Correct. That is correct. President Biden budget, which will bankrupt America is actually a cut to our national defense budget because it doesn't keep pace with inflation. This is a really big win that President Trump delivered. We were in the process of rebuilding our national defense. Our military readiness. This is something that I work on on the House Armed Services Committee. When it comes to nuclear modernization. Democrats in Congress are very much opposed to making the critical investments we need when it comes to nuclear modernization. Yet adversaries like Russia to your point mark have made those investments and Putin's top priority was to get that five year extension for the new start treaty. Biden gave it away. Without delivering anything back to the United States.

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Putin Is Using Radical Liberals to Advance Russian Propaganda

The Dan Bongino Show

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

Putin Is Using Radical Liberals to Advance Russian Propaganda

"Understands that the only way to destroy the United States is not militarily the Russian army would stand no chance against us. He understands. The only way to do it is to get dopey, useful idiots within the United States. Typically, liberals and radical liberals to emulate their tactics and Advanced Russian propaganda another propaganda in the United States to get the United States to eat itself alive from within. He's doing it right now. We're pulling the audio right now. Where Vladimir Putin l am Sorry, incredibly. Shockingly is up there, citing the American street chaos from BLM as one of the reasons he does what he does. You believe this?

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

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 5 d ago

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

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

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Vladimir Putin's Peacock Move Before Meeting With Joe Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 5 d ago

Vladimir Putin's Peacock Move Before Meeting With Joe Biden

"Putin did something this morning. It was a total peacocking chest, puffing move. I know he did it on purpose, and he did it to stick it to Biden. And I think he did it to stick it to Biden. Right before they sit down. They're little spray their photos spray in the beginning to try to let him know I'm in charge here. I'm you know, I'm Vladimir Putin. I'll do what I want. There's nothing you can do about it. Well, what happened? They popped in this room for this photo spray this opportunity sitting down if you saw it was earlier this morning, it was Joe Biden and Tony Blinken. And Vladimir Putin and I believe Lavrov. So it was just each principal +14 people in the room. At these little sit downs. In the beginning, They typically allowed the press the press to come in. They allow them to come in to get photos and those photos and then spread around around the world called the press pool. They take those pictures they get spread around to media entities. Um, who's in the press pool can change by the day. You know Reuters AP Photo photographers from each one, whatever it may be. They take those pictures because everybody wants to see the pictures in the video. Well, I don't know if you caught it. But earlier this morning Putin and again a big peacock chest puffing move. Putin's Russian security folks. Tried to elbow out the American press out of the room. While letting the Russian press in there to take the photos. Now you may say to yourself well, what's the big deal? Of course, that's what the Russians do. Well, folks, they don't typically do that. They did it. To let Biden no early on who was going to be in charge. Hear what Joe Biden has to say about this meeting later. How

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Biden-Putin Meeting Opens With Reporters Shoving

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Biden-Putin Meeting Opens With Reporters Shoving

"The US Russia summit has gotten off to a chaotic start outside the Geneva lakeside mansion where presidents by demand in our meeting there was unusually fierce shoving and shouting I'm on American and Russian journalists and security forces who tried to block access the chaos continued inside amid all the yelling president Biden nodded the White House quickly said he was not suggesting he does trust Putin only that he was a knowledge in the presence of reporters Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: Biden arrives at venue for summit with Putin

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

The Latest: Biden arrives at venue for summit with Putin

"President Joe Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin start their diplomatic talks in Geneva the two were greeted by Swiss president D. Parmalat who spoke through a translator which runs this year I wish you both presidents a fruitful dialogue in the interest of your two countries and the world that reporters yell questions which went unanswered as the leaders headed inside both sides will first hold a small meeting that includes just by didn't Hooton the U. S. secretary of state and the Russian foreign minister with translators they'll then move to larger talks with more senior aides discussions planned include cybercrime Russia's alleged interference in American elections as well as arms control and Russia's intrusion in Ukraine both sides played down expectations for any major breakthroughs while stressing the need to restore more stable relations between the two nations I'm Julie Walker

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Kremlin Official Says Summit 'Will Not Be Easy'

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Kremlin Official Says Summit 'Will Not Be Easy'

"Russian president Vladimir Putin's spokesman is cautioning that the leaders talks today with president Joe Biden will not be easy or likely to yield any breakthroughs Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says the topics on the broad agenda are mostly problematic quote we have many long neglected questions that need to be trawled through that's why president Putin is arriving with an attitude to frankly and constructively sect questions and try to find solutions he went on to say this day cannot become historic and we shouldn't expect any breakthroughs the situation is too difficult in Russian American relations Pascal says the bilateral issues Putin wants to discuss include strategic stability arms control cooperation in regional conflicts and on the pandemic and climate change I'm Julie Walker

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The Latest: Kremlin official says summit 'will not be easy'

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 d ago

The Latest: Kremlin official says summit 'will not be easy'

"Russian president Vladimir Putin's spokesman is cautioning that the leaders talks today with president Joe Biden will not be easy or likely to yield any breakthroughs Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says the topics on the broad agenda are mostly problematic quote we have many long neglected questions that need to be trawled through that's why president Putin is arriving with an attitude to frankly and constructively sect questions and try to find solutions he went on to say this day cannot become historic and we shouldn't expect any breakthroughs the situation is too difficult in Russian American relations Pascal

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Security, empty streets ahead of Geneva summit

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Security, empty streets ahead of Geneva summit

"Geneva's town center is bracing for a high stakes presidential summit between Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin extra police officers and military personnel to be deployed along the Swiss cities like front and around the meeting venue villa le grunge aground lakeside mansion set in the city's biggest pock commuters are being steered away from of all security perimeter set up across the town's main bridge I'm lakeside common odds while police units with bomb sniffing dogs began patrolling the cordoned area that's dorm security convoys and army vehicles are also in evidence I'm Charles the last month

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Biden Lands in Geneva for High-Stakes Putin Meeting

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Biden Lands in Geneva for High-Stakes Putin Meeting

"President Biden will cap his first overseas trip in office by meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin after days of boosting relationships with democratic allies the president turns to the man he calls a worthy adversary with the U. S. Moscow relations at their lowest point in years they're looking to take baby steps today in Geneva the president wants to find small areas of cooperation and remain disruptive behavior like Russian cyberattacks and election meddling though he acknowledges changing Putin's simply may not happen it may very well be a five responding kind which I will that it doesn't dissuade him he wants to keep going they'll spend between four and five hours together before holding separate news conferences Sager mag ani Washington

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Biden and Russia's Putin Prepare to Meet in Geneva

Word on the Street

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Biden and Russia's Putin Prepare to Meet in Geneva

"Is in Sweden, where he is scheduled to meet with his Russian counterpart on Wednesday. Here's correspondent Natalie Brand as Has been Biden's visit to Europe draws to a close The stage is set for what may be the most consequential part of the trip. Are you ready? Thank you so much. Thank you. President Biden will meet face to face with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a villa in Geneva, Switzerland. This sit down is expected to last several hours with issues including Ukraine, election interference and cyber attacks High on the agenda.

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"russian" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"russian" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"I'm so we should respect that. He just kind of happy there so this just leaving there and just hope. Let's just hope for the best. So simple all right dennis. I ain't gonna have to sign off. Thank you so much today. Is there anything else you wanna push before. You're doing some video. Thank you for having me actually. Yes On my youtube channel which actually grew since the last time we spoke over. It's already eighty and welcome. Atp welcome thank. Thank you and ethics them. I have a little A little serious cold. Bud faulk russia on my youtube channel. It's about a dysfunctional russian family who decides to go viral and starts revealing reviewing western music videos. So i would like you to check this out dynasty call but for crusher. Just check my youtube channel. I'd appreciate that myself but listeners. Check it as well. And i think we have to competent new term for viral. I think that's that expression has kind of been overloaded. Also there is no vaccine from that. I just went viral. Congratulations now and i think going to die. I'll say i said there's no there is no vaccine from whatever whatever the hell whatever the how. How comedians doing. There's no vaccine just it's terminal. Whatever we have so stay in touch at this was spent different kassovitz something russian commonly i. I felt the the current geopolitical fly is because we're so geopolitical. Focus on this. I mean you know if if if you wanna if you wanna learn something about the just one more thing that could be you ask about. Russian comedy how it goes For example on the russian channel number one on the new year there was a late night show and they did. The like the whole show was in italian and the all the singers all the comedians. Everybody was Speaking italian and sing in italian and everybody was dressed as a tally on in the eighties. The seventies i'll send you a link but here's the thing like with that they could get away with so many things like basically that is the guest thing he could see on russian television on the new year. Eve like it was just right in your face like there. You go okay so this is like i don't know if you're familiar with star trek of course and sixty dollars per se particularly in general. It's like you can say stuff in saifi like race relations and for sexual orientation but give it a fi twist. We're talking with this alien race but you can an extra often. They were able to do stuff say things. She couldn't stay in conventional media. Yeah and there's like own. So maybe that sensor like i'll have to check that out. There was a an an english show. Call the fast show and it had this foreign channel. It was literally called the foreign chamu. And it's just these people to sort of weird european language. That's sort of somewhere between spanish and italian and german. And just look as i have no idea what's going on and then there's a joke. And then he went over to italy and was watching italian tv in something on like. I don't know what's going on. It's just bizarre. It's just weird stuff from sir..

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"russian" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"russian" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"So what's going on. So i like i like last time. I was talking to you to comedy. Scene was in lockton very hard to perform just like it was everywhere. No the comedy. The comedy Looked me talking about russian. Politics is already joke. 'cause i'm still alive but The right now. Everybody's everybody's performing everything is fine even though like if you're back performing and rooms performing a preferment Me personally no. I haven't Gotten back on stage. I'm in the I'm in a different spot right now. In life where I am even though. I really wants to to perform I have other stuff going on. And i'm i'm still writing jokes still collecting material and definitely like some maybe in a month. I'm gonna gonna do. I'm gonna start again performing regularly but Everybody has to go through their own shit. You know what i'm saying. That's just very very weird time. It's kind of Very used to be all these you know if university of You know totalitarian states you know and people kind of been stopped on the street and ask for where they're going and being detained and as oh wait a minute. That's what's happening right now. S but it's only just for this lockdown. Yeah look down. The will never end man and i was just always be and we've always been at war widow. Shanna don't you know this. Oh yeah yeah that's true so but okay Well i personally do watch on was very much interested in what happens with alexi noviny. I really hope and like i'm surprised he hasn't been disappeared. Yes i suppose. They gave them a red go twice now and surely it should be like one of those things you know if you try to be poisoned twice. You're kinda give him a pass. Like i mean that's just that's just sporting at least you know putin just kind of showed at least go. Okay you got there. They couldn't even poisoned him radio. They couldn't even one. I'd have to respect that. They were paid to do well. That's why i wonder if putin would be would actually go to stand up. He did say look if we tried to kill him..

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"russian" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"russian" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"How many rooms did you watch the video. No i should do actually. Hey this is my house. Dinky and comparison in just watch. The video is just funny Funny thing how many rooms this house. I mentioned a palace Have a has one of the rooms is called Chica is like a disco and it contains the large amount of water as he believes so people people who built it they or designed it or the who ordered to build definitely had some They know how to party. Yeah no i mean. I think building the the house is easy. I like apparently. There's a tunnel under the hague the beers to drink wine. Yeah okay wow oft- heaven for me but the video was posted just beforehand and he promptly got arrested and then as a result that quite a number of protests were kicked off around russia nachos muscles to which i think the last number i saw. Unconfirmed was a three thousand. People were arrested and their treatment wasn't wasn't very arrested around rush on to not in moscow. Russia that's right. That's what i tell reporters. So what's going on. tell me i. he's just he's just russia. You know people are unhappy with the current situation and Well what can you say. People are unhappy with the current situation with the best two hundred years in my country. So what. I want to start with stomping which I've noticed too many years ago. When i started traveling That westerners europeans and others. They're quite interested in the russian politics although you guys have varia very specific from your media on what's going on in my country and one thing which i've i've learned is that Either putin is really bad. And whatever's going on in my country's really bad or that putin is really great and he keeps the contrary together and his best on human rights bear and such a such a such a such.

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"russian" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"russian" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"For Russia to be banned from the Olympics, but the. Still wasn't ready to make any move against Vladimir Putin then in January two, thousand, seventeen, another whistleblower emerged twenty-seven-year-old runner Andrei Dmitriev a member of the Russian track and field team gave an interview to the same German. TV Channel that produced the two thousand fourteen documentary with Julius to of. In his interview Dmitriev alleged that despite Russia's claims to the contrary that doping never stopped to prove it Dmitriev secretly filmed the track and field teams recent training sessions using a hidden camera. His footage showed that one of the suspended coaches continued to work with Russian athlete. This only further fueled a war of words between Russia and the rest of the world shortly after Dmitri's reveal Brian Fogel documentary titled. Premiered at the Sundance Film. Festival. It was purchased in released by Net flicks putting an even greater spotlight on the Russian government. But the International Olympic Committee, dug in their heels in still refused to announce any sanctions against Russia criticism of the I. O. C. Escalated on September fourteenth two, thousand, seventeen, the Institute of National Anti-doping Organizations published a harshly worded statement criticizing the IOC they refusal to punish Russia they said threaten the integrity of the entire institution of the. Olympic. Games pressure on the IOC reached a fever pitch. When Goro checkoff himself finally emerged from hiding that same month. He published an op Ed in the New York Times, urging the International Olympic Committee to do something about his home country. Two months the IOC finally took action. The Oswald Commission announced the first new sanctions against Russian athletes. Since the scandal broke, they handed lifetime bans to forty three athletes for cheating in the so Ci Olympics. Then on December fifth two, thousand seventeen. The IOC suspended the entire Russian team from the two thousand eighteen winter Olympics in. Peon. Chang. While clean Russian athletes would be allowed to compete. They would play under a neutral Olympic flag and no Russian officials would be allowed to attend the Games. Russia reacted with fury in defiance Putin accused. Of being part of an anti Russian conspiracy of Western governments. Russian officials took aim at their main enemy grigory Roach Inkov. The man Putin, described as a turncoat the president of the Russian Olympic Committee declared that row Chenikov should be handled. The Way Stalin dealt with those who committed crimes against the state shot. And it wasn't an empty threat in the United States Russian agents were on the ground trying to make it happen. Roten cough remained hidden in witness protection for his own safety. At the peon Chang Games one, hundred, Sixty, eight Russian athletes competed under a neutral flag winning seventeen medals and only two gold thirteenth on the leaderboard. To. Russian athletes tested positive for. During the competition but immediately after the Games in Pyeongchang, the IFC announced they were lifting the ban against the Russian national team in September of two thousand, eighteen water voted to reinstate the Russian anti-doping agency as long as Russia granted water access to the Moscow lab once run by grigory row Chekhov. In January two, thousand, nineteen, the Russian Anti Doping Agency or Rusada allowed what access to the lab it appeared that Russia was on their way back into the sporting world's good graces though suspicion lingered by September. Wada discover that the Moscow lab had manipulated the data they presented in order to be reinstated the cycle had begun again. On December ninth, two, thousand, nineteen water finally took matters into their own hands. It's executive committee voted unanimously to ban the Russian Federation from all major international competitions for four years. The ban included the postponed twenty twenty summer Olympics in Tokyo as well as the twenty twenty two world. Cup. In Cutter and the twenty twenty two winter Olympics in Beijing. Putin and the Russian government appealed the decision. Roach Inca remains in witness protection to this day constantly on the move to keep his location secret. An armed guard protects him wherever he goes and he hides his face as much as possible. His phone calls with his wife and children are kept short and light on details. They both know that the Russian government is listening. But he's still able to watch the. Olympics..

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"russian" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

07:09 min | 11 months ago

"russian" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"In the Russian sports world. and Luckily for him, he still had some high ranking friends in the Russian government. In, February of two thousand eleven, Russian police raided grigory road, Shangqiu home. They informed him that he was under investigation for drug trafficking and other narcotics crimes, and tore the place apart looking for evidence the officers informed Road Shangqiu off that he would be arrested the following Monday. He wouldn't be alone either his sister Marina A. Runner was also facing arrest for the same charges. Road Schenk off knew better than to fight the authorities and allowed them to confiscate his computer and files. But after they left Roach. inkov panicked. For reasons. He didn't quite understand Grigory Road Chekhov and his family were now targets of the Russian government and he knew that he'd face unimaginable torture and misery in a Russian prison. That night, a despondent road Schenk. Cov drank a large amount of whiskey and decided there was only one permanent way out of his predicament. He took a kitchen knife in got into a bath in his house. After. One last gulp of Whiskey to steady his nerves roach. Shangqiu stabbed himself in the chest rate over the heart. But as wrote checkoffs sat back and waited to die the bathroom door burst open and his wife ran inside upon seeing her husband state. She immediately ambulance they arrived in time to take a barely alive road cough to the hospital luckily surgeons managed to save Grigory Road Schenk off. But instead of being arrested by the narcotics police, the authorities deemed road Schenck of a danger to himself placed him in a psychiatric clinic and kept him heavily medicated. Meanwhile road. Schenk off sister was arrested and charged with the buying and selling of testosterone and anabolic. Steroids. After two weeks in the mental health clinic, the Police Transferred Road Schenk off to another institution. This one specifically for severely ill and dangerous criminals ironically, Road Schenk improved he was no longer forcibly given psychotropic drugs Hindi slowly returned to lucidity and health. He was also allowed access to a computer and the internet which he used to continue advising athletes on the national team. In the spring of two thousand eleven the International Olympic Committee. Was Not only unaware of Road Schenk avs doping operation, but didn't even know about his arrest and institutionalization. Instead, they sent a letter officially inviting him to the two thousand twelve Olympic Games in London as director of the Moscow anti-doping center the I O. And the World Anti Doping Agency made it clear to the government that the invitation was, for road, Shinko, off only he ran the only water approved lab in Russia and was the only one in the country respected enough to attend the two thousand Twelve Olympics, the Russian Ministry of Sports and its director Vitale Moco realized they needed Roach Schenk off. If they sent him, he could learn how the official London labs were testing and what they were testing for providing invaluable information to the Russian national team. Moco told Putin that he needed Road Schenk off to ensure victory in. So Chee The narcotics, charges and investigation into Rhode Schenk off were completely dropped. On April, twenty-sixth two thousand eleven three months after his suicide attempt, Road Schenk Gov was allowed to go home. But even as he returned to his job to threat of being thrown in prison remains real. The police had refused to drop the charges against his sister as if to keep it hanging over Road Schenk offs head at all times road sank off knew that Putin and the Russian authorities had released him for only one reason. He. was going to run the National Teams Doping Program, and he had to do it successfully. Or else. On the other side of the spectrum, the Olympic Committee was determined to make the two thousand twelve Olympics. In London, the most aggressively anti-doping games in history. The Olympics organizers of the largest anti-doping force ever over one thousand staff members on call twenty, four, seven during the Games. The World Anti Doping Agency had also credited a brand new laboratory at King's College in London to handle a more extensive schedule than in previous games, spokespeople and anti doping experts from all over the world spoke defiantly on how the two thousand twelve games would be the toughest on doping in sporting history. They had no idea that one of their top scientists one of the one hundred, fifteen experts that the Olympic committee relied on to lead their anti-doping efforts was working to do the exact opposite and early two, thousand, Twelve Road Shinko arrived in London and took a tour of their drug testing facility. He got a close look at the lab. They would use to test the athletes the specific tests they were using and the schedules and methods they'd be operating under what he saw was far from the tight end effective system that the World Anti Doping Agency promised it was a disaster. The tests were old the equipment was outdated and the testing procedures were badly disorganized the lab and water as a whole or entirely unprecedented to deal with testing demands of the Olympic Games in other words for Grigory Road Schenk off in the Russian national team. It was perfect. It wouldn't be difficult to game the system at all. When he returned to Moscow. Road. Schenk of perfected his steroid and alcohol cocktail using a mixture of three different anabolic steroids, which he then passed on to the Russian Ministry of Sports to administer to the athletes inside the ministry. The cocktail was nicknamed the Duchess. In the summer of two, thousand twelve just before the Games began road Shinko secretly tested the national team himself to make sure they test clean in London his athletes all passed they were ready to compete roads Schenk off also completed new research on Toronto ball black market steroid often used by athletes in the former Soviet Union his lab discovered a way to detect traces. Of the drug athletes up to seven weeks after injection road, Schenk off strategically published this research just before the London Olympics, he had wanted to give himself more legitimacy in the Anti doping world but that wasn't his only motive.

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"russian" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"russian" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"Other chemicals that were either harmful to the athlete or could easily spotted by any drug test. So now, Portabella faced two major problems. I. He needed to figure out how to use these tainted steroid safely. Second, he needed to make sure his athletes tested clean. Luckily portal off new one man who could help him deal with both problems. Grigory Road Schenker was doctor of chemistry and the director of the Moscow. anti-doping center. It was the only laboratory in Russia accredited by the World Anti Doping Agency. there. Roach. Inkov was in charge of testing Russian athletes were steroids and other performance enhancing drugs before international competitions. Road Shinko was one of the most knowledgeable chemists in the world when it came to the use and detection of Anabolic Steroids, he was best known for inventing test that could find out if an athlete had taken certain steroids at any point in the past six months far longer than the previous test road. Shangqiu was also no stranger to using the drugs himself. He'd started experimenting with doping as a young man to help him run marathons as he got older wrote Schenck, continued occasionally testing steroids just for fun. If, there was anyone who could help the Russian national team cheat on an Olympic level. It was Grigory Road Schenck of according to Road cheng-kuo of surrogate Portugal off told him about the tainted drugs he bought for the team. Portugal of that, the doctor could provide advice on how to safely utilize them. But Rod Shink of told him. He had just throw the dirty steroids out there was no safeway for an athlete to take them without risking their health or disqualification Portabella did not like road? Schenk. avs Opinion. He'd already spent millions on these tainted steroids and the last Olympics before. So Ci were just around the corner. So he ignored row Chekhov's advice and prescribed the drugs he bought the two thousand ten Winter Olympics began on February twelfth in Vancouver Canada Russia sent one, hundred, seventy, seven athletes to the Games competing. In fifteen different sports with high expectations from their countrymen and president construction and planning were already underway for two thousand, fourteen in Sochi and all expected another strong showing from Russia in Vancouver but the Games turned out to be an epic failure. Sergi. Portugal. Lobs dirty steroids were ineffective. The Russian team collapsed finishing only three gold medals good for eleventh overall on the leaderboard of nations even their hockey team packed with professional players in heavy favorites going into the tournament suffered an embarrassing quarter-final defeat to the Canadian team adding insult to injury multiple Russian athletes were also disqualified for performance enhancing drug use. Vladimir Putin watched angrily as his country was humiliated on the world stage he couldn't and wouldn't let it happen again. The reputation of the Russian Federation was on the line. Coming up the Russian doping operations scales up for the two thousand fourteen. Olympic. Games. High listeners navigating young adulthood can be a wild ride something Social Media Star Addison Ray couldn't do without your mom Sheri Nicole and they're entertaining new podcast original series mom knows best addison goes to her mom for advice on all things growing up here they are to tell you more. I'm Addison Ray and her mom Sherry and every Monday on our new show. Mom knows best we're going to get real about all the ups and all the downs of growing up finding love and going viral. We have a bunch of awesome topics signed up like living with your parents dating during a pandemic and so much more, and since I know best y'all know some advice to share. Okay. But do you really know best is the name of the show all right. Well, I think we can let them be the judge of that new episodes of mom knows best every Monday exclusively on spotify so follow and listen for free. Now back to the story. Leading up to the two, thousand, ten and becks Sergi. Pov. Chief of Russia's Medical Commission and the man responsible for doping the national team thought he'd figured out a way to shoot the recent regulations on steroid use according to Road Schenk off Portugal love had bought black market steroids and distributed them to the athletes hopeful that Russia would be able to dominate in metals. But instead, the Vancouver Olympics was an absolute disaster for the Russian national team a humiliating defeat for country who believed they were ready to be at the top of the athletic world. The head of the Russian Olympic Committee resigned in disgrace the leaders of the national team try to figure out how to improve as quickly as possible and appointed Batali Moco the Russian sports minister and close friend of Ladimir Putin as the new leader of the national team. In a public statement, mood co blamed the failures in Vancouver to a lack of sports science on the team. He acknowledged that steroids destroyed the athlete but added that the team failed in part because Russia had become more diligent in the fight against doping. Secret message to the Russian national team from their leaders was clear. The doping wouldn't just continue it would expand. But. This time, it would not expand with Sergi. Portugal off. After the games his reputation quickly dwindled. And imported GOLOB failure Dr Grigory Road Schenck of had of the Moscow anti doping. Laboratory saw an opportunity with Portugal of humiliated. Schenck of could step in to take his place Roach sink off new one source for clean anabolic steroids that poured Olov. Didn't he also nude the right method of taking them to speed up their absorption amp up their effectiveness and avoid detection create a cocktail road Schenk. Mixed one milligram of a steroid mixture for each milliliter of alcohol whiskey for the male athletes Vermouth for the women then instructed the athlete to Swish the liquid their tongues this method insured the steroids entered. The athletes system quickly but shorten the detection window. He wasn't just motivated by a desire to save athletes from injecting dirty steroids or patriotic enthusiasm road Schenk off offered his services both helping athletes cheat the doping test that his own lab ran and covering up positive tests for this clandestine service. He charged athletes upwards of thirty thousand rubles per test about one thousand US dollars multiply that by the over four, hundred athletes competing at the games he was making himself a small fortune. The cocktail was so effective that soon, the entire Russian national team was going to road. Schenk. Off For their doping needs. Surrogate PORTA GOLOB was furious. He couldn't believe that someone he thought was an ally would go behind his back and usurp him and he was still sitting on an entire stockpile of dirty steroids. PORNOG- Olov needed to reclaim his position and power.

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"russian" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"russian" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"This jets. I mean this this I mean you know the big booboo trying to grow it. That's a big part. I'm giving these fucking people you know. Nobody else would do this. You and they're gonNA fuck with US lower on the topic. The other thing that a lot of the shows are doing is putting in copyrighted music. And if you put in a music bed that we don't own the rights do it. You can't monetize it until the Menzel Intel guys are one of the offenders there if you play more than thirty seconds of like another song it's GonNa get picked up in rejected shitheads what songs they play. I have no idea. I haven't listened to that. Show listen to get watch? Whatever the fuck I watch. You said you only what songs they have. I've never heard him play a song. If I guess if I had to guess I'd say that absent a Steve Providence. See from providence styles scanning of Bank records were not going to get to the bottom of this. That's not acceptable. I mean you know we. We need to speed the speed. Somebody Pronto well I mean. Obviously who's WHO's the key list of suspects. It's everybody in the three yes. Is it three guys in that? Show the guy from Scranton. The Canadian guy. And who's the other one Phil? I forgot that he was Canadian he. He's immediately at the top horse of the suspect. Was Actually Steve. Those three I mean. Who else could there possibly be? I think barstool adviser is the lead suspect at this moment. Who's that BA? The the The fatter one see my theory is the guy was drunk. Who's the one that when I'm with? Who's who fought with Matt from province. John Yes seems like a Nice Guy. Nice guy but I gotta say I don't mean to profile go nowhere here. I'm open though. We were kind of been reduced to that here. I think he seems like that type of guy that would care a lot about views. He does seem invested in the changes. I would ask. Did you call him. Yeah I called all through the numbers that they gave me reach out to them privately and tell them you speak them. What changes because the only doing it. The only one that matters is me So what changes and leave at like an ego thing then like you know. It's my fucking JW Cho- if they had fourteen hundred views four forty two hundred views. I would give a fuck you've got to be like. Wow she's popping. Let's do forget. I mean you got to remember their barstool fence. I okay but they come from that world that really matter so yeah but we're going to talk about fifty thousand views but the they're beating the competition so in their minds. Kirk say these are guys. These guys are getting some numbers you put them. What I like is realized. You know what it's just never worth the crime it's not. My blood just ran cold before the men selling. Shell show started. There were suspicions from one. Mr Pistol Pete that rich Keller was involved. That is true. I mean look that's true it put it this way. I'm not like You Know Charlie faker okay. Tall divall is my friend How car line? Thank you Gerry. Callahan was I'm going to say Oh. You know what? We'll we'll close the restaurants down but you can do you grab and go. I'll wipe the whole fucking youtube page out if I find. That's what's going on that viruses in their That we know twelve hour quarantine or two weeks gone your little little mints. Amid lady shows gone level. A party as we'll do we'll fucking dance around you out of that one bunk. Hilton you down with the Sodomites. Gone and emails fucking show gone. Dc gone like wild Fuck by train. That's exactly right. Gone Gone Gone Gone Gone Gone Gone everyone including my youtube channel me on. They're gone I wanNA come here tomorrow. People looking for movies now at TV shows from tomorrow night to talk about movies for an hour. Take Phone Calls. People like to hear that not anymore. No fucking chance. None if that asshole is going in there and fucking with this. That's a virus. That cannot be stopped unless you fucking totally quarantine then courtney just gone Gone that'd be devastated. Well I mean listen you know. Could that be a factor in my wrong? That's that's true. The very minimum all themselves are gone. There's no benefit would be to him. They've never mentioned psychopath. That's why I guess I have. No idea is true. That was a theory at the beginning. I've heard that a spouse. I don't know if it's true or not. I just don't know what his involvement would be because he seems to be the guy who wants to be in front of the camera right. So is he going to be satisfied with a role behind the scenes? Maybe he's lying in wait a master plan to gallic. Never never never beyond that you should. I'm telling you that would never happen. Hate Him We have we have no phone number right. Now for usually will not willis know their numbers. That's true not necessarily know. Yeah.

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"russian" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"russian" Discussed on Family Secrets

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"russian" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"russian" Discussed on Family Secrets

"But remember that. TIKI rose mom has not one but two lucky numbers. One of those lucky numbers represents the birth of the baby. ABC gave up for adoption as a teenager. What can the other looking number represent. What else could possibly be so huge? An important teacher meets her new half sister and they begin to form a relationship. It's a revelation after a lifetime as an only child to have this new person in her life someone she describes in loving terms it feels for a while a happy ending a perfect ending an opening up and understanding handing finally of the secretive formed so much of her family's life but then it turns out that there's more there's much much more just over a year later. I hear from my fiance of all people that she overheard something from from other members in my family and he said what did you. What did you overhear. She said they said I'm so happy. She found her sister. But what about her a brother and what are you talking about. She said I heard it and I said you miss you misunderstood. You didn't hear he didn't hear correctly and she said No. I heard I heard it very clear and I- I confronted needed them and I had them repeat. It and I got more information. There is a brother and then I'm thinking okay. It's my dad's turn. This has got to be my dad's ads child and she said he's your full brother and I said Okay and I'm doing the timeline. When could this have happened and then. She says he's younger than you and that was It was the complete opposite reaction. I felt with with my sister with my sister immediately. As soon as the shock subsided it just felt like this enormous gift just the most beautiful mutiple thing that could have happened to me and so- serendipitous soon after my father passed away that I would lose the most important person to me Eh and then find a sister a someone who grew up alone and when I heard this it felt the opposite it felt like I've never felt such anger and sadness and rage in my entire life. I've always said considering my father has raged in him and my mother to. Let's take a moment to walk through this more slowly. Tiki IRA raised as an the only child part of the tight little trio with her too complicated parents actually is one of three children. Her mother had a child is a teenager that was a huge revelation but this this meant that her two parents together when she was very young child had another child a brother who they gave up for adoption. I was so angry and I think processing that I think I was so angry that my father was gone and I knew I could never ask the questions and I knew I just felt like I've already gone through this I can't I believe I'm going through this again and I can't believe it's more intense. It's a full sibling. It's my father's and I can't talk to my father. I was able to get all the answers from my mother about my sister but I knew this was unreachable in a different way and unlike industry. I had no connection to find Ramos brother. My full brother the only full sibling I have in the world the person who shares more. DNA with me than anyone in the world I had no lead aid of any kind and that infuriated me and I felt deceived and when I called a family member that night and asked asked if it was true and she told me and I soon realized everybody knew that was the hardest part that it felt like this conspiracy in a way to keep this from me. How old were you in. Your mother was pregnant. one one and a half and there's a moment. I believe correct me if I'm wrong where someone tells you they sent you away right like during during that period of time you went to Disney Disney. I'm sorry sorry Disney. That's what I thought but you were one and a half years old yet. I still haven't taken my son to Disney. Twenty totally deprived great.

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"russian" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"russian" Discussed on Family Secrets

"When I left the mall that day and my parents picked me up they took me to a restaurant and at the restaurant I went to the bathroom and I still remember the stall I was in at the exact restaurant and I fell to the floor and I was just curled up in a ball weeping and in my mind I felt what had just happened with something great and womanly womanly and beautiful and it was love and this was Saxon but my body knew the difference and that's something I think about to this day that the body knows even before we do sometimes I also think he just didn't WANNA get into trouble forgetting in cars with boys yes of course but I wish I wish I did in some ways I also know it would hurt him a great deal of someone who was very protective over me but but as you as you've described in your work how a family and a room can crackle with secrecy. I think is the word you use and that's definitely only something I felt my whole life. This crackling secrecy I describe my story in this book almost as a Russian doll but the whole thing Russian dolled on me every single doll I opened there is another one waiting and that's not something I expected and even my mother when confronted rounded with these families secrets. She described them as boxes in the same way that I think about opening them. She described as the boxes all being closed she. He closed them up. She kept them elsewhere. She was so great and still is compartmentalizing and I think that's really common and I I was really struck by the end of your book. How do you describe how other people it's like. They didn't consider the consequences and for us. That's all we're thinking about is consequence and result result and and what happens for some people just doesn't cross their mind because they're so good at compartmentalizing what they've done their actions their memories that things that live in their own bodies remember earlier when I mentioned that. DNA is part of this story well and say it's more than part of the story when Tiki IRA is twenty seven years old. She's given a DNA test as a Christmas gift. Justice happens in millions of families each year and this is the key to those tightly sealed boxes the beginning of the end of the secrets that trump and in the deepest interior you're of the Madden family and it was only because my father passed away and I was interested in kind of building this family tree I was just kind of spooked by that death of Oh. I want to gather as much information as I can while I still have the opportunity to do so so I was interested in this when my mother knew about the test when she saw the box and I said I would do it. There was no reaction not even flinch not there was no fear in in her face about it. It was a curious thing to her. Why would you WANNA do that. What could you want to know. That's how deep that box was. That's how tightly it was closed so I took the test. like your story didn't feel urgent in any way. I had this kind of running joke in in my head because I'm always building story in my head. If what if I find out my father is not my father because he's just died. Wouldn't that be a twist and so I was almost preparing myself for this to be a big secret like what if I find out because they look nothing like my father. Alec Chinese and Hawaiian like my mother. my the father was you know blue eyes blond hair so that was the the running joke. What if I found out after he died after all this grief through this grief if I found out there wasn't a connection the way people had joked about my whole life and I opened the results and I don't find that I find that I'm exactly really what I've been told. I am the map glows and all the the places I would expect it to glow Jewish Hawaiian Chinese Irish Eastern in European Jew. Nothing's unexpected and he said Okay my mother's. My mother my father my father that was fun and it it took took awhile to even find that other page on ancestry that shows you the connections that shows you the people who have also taken the test and I see this icon of a woman who in a very tiny may be half an inch icon has dark hair and when I when I open her picture sure the picture doesn't grow but I can see that she's also Hawaiian Chinese so I know it's from my mother's side which shocks me as is so often the case when people receive unexpected results from DNA test. Tko I wonder about the test accuracy. She mystery person might be a third force cousin or maybe no relation at all but she does reach out to her and when this may be cousin maybe not cousin connects her area code is nine five five four the same area code as teach eras from South Florida and I thought how could I have a cousin who lives where I grew up. That doesn't makes sense to me and that's when the whole thing started to that was my big tip off. I guess how could that be the same area code in the whole world world. That's not a third or fourth cousin like something's going on here. So t kernel calls the nine five four number and the two women begin to speak at at first teacher thinks that maybe this woman is an aunt after all she's thirteen years older than Tiki IRA but that isn't what's going on at all this woman with whom t curious heroes shares a significant amount of DNA is not an aunt. She's not a cousin. She's teachers half sister I was saying I think we are related. I think you could be my aunt. this is what my grandfather was like. He passed away and she saying please listen. Please help me. I have have clues I have. I have major clues. All I know is that I was born on seven eleven July eleventh and that's my mother's lucky number any newest soon as she said seven eleven which is how my mom says. It's still it's still her. Her passcode hold on her phone her alarm code. It's everything I sort of stopped in my tracks and she said I also think her first name is and she says my mother's first name and the whole world is sort of stocked it really felt true and accurate in that that moment everything froze but I couldn't make sense of this in any way is still felt like a mistake until of course I spoke to my mother. Your mother put it in a box very very buried tightly sealed box and yet at the same time your sisters or half sisters birthdate was her code and her lucky number. Yes that's fascinating because these boxes are really interesting right because she probably did not walk around with with that kind of consciousness about that just simply seven elevens my looking number. That's what makes me feel. That's just part of my identity short but in fact she was walking around with that being her child's yes with date to lucky numbers. Tk's mother doesn't just have one lucky number seven eleven. She has a second one connected to another secret another ghost. We're going to take a quick break. The leaves are changing and the air is crisp false coming and this is my favorite season for resolutions. Don't wait till New Year's start working out with open fit today. a brand new super simple streaming device that allows you to work out from the comfort of your home or wherever you find yourself in as little little as ten minutes a day. I'm constantly traveling on book. Tour and open fit helps me. Keep it together while I'm on the road. I particularly love extend bar a workout that makes me strong strong and gives me a ton of energy writers live in our heads but that's no excuse to ignore our bodies opened. It's changed the way I work out and texting my code secrets to thirty thirty thirty. You can join me on a fitness journey personalized just for you right now. During Open Fits Thirty Day challenge my listeners get a special extended extended thirty day free trial membership to open fit. When you text secrets to thirty thirty thirty you'll get full access to open fit all the workouts nutrition information and totally free again just text secrets to thirty thirty thirty standard message and data rates may apply so Tika now knows that her mother had given birth to a child is thirteen years before she was born that put her mother as a fifteen year old girl girl who had given up a baby for adoption? What was your mother's reaction light when you when you did go to her and say I've discovered this it was the most bizarre moment she was completely throttled back in time and in that moment when I when I mentioned it as as delicately as I could all I had to do with say her birthday that I took the test. I got the results. There were someone with the birthday day seven eleven and she was so throttled in that moment that she believed my father was still alive and that was her first concern concern was your father doesn't know your father doesn't know what am I gonNa tell him. I said Dad's not here but that's how far back she was throttled. In that moment she was so just and that's not like my mom. My mom is very to her. Fall away always living in the present moment always always very present but she was so somewhere else and I knew in that moment wherever she was as she was saying these things in closing her eyes and drinking water that I could never reach wherever it was she she was living in that moment. There was a part of her so many parts of her. I will never know and I don't think it ever occurred to me until that moment secrets. Spaghetti secrets begets secrets that is just how secrets work their viral contagious a married couple who are addicts and alcoholics circle go and circle around the unsaid the hidden their lives are formed by what they don't speak of what they keep from one another and their daughter's life is formed by all that silence and fear and shame. Does it surprise you that she never told her dad. It did surprise me knowing the full story and having a better understanding of my mother and my father and their secrecy now now it. It doesn't surprise me in that moment of course those. How could you have not told me. How could you have not told to had. How could that be? How is that possible. So your mother has a secret from your father. Your mother and father have secrets from you and then your mother and father have a secret together yes.

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"russian" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"russian" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Ukraine and russia the first meeting which took place in madrid spain in january two thousand seventeen was with a man who had previously worked at the russian embassy embassy in the united states was a senior executive at a dera pasta company and was believed to report directly to dera pasta. Remember the peace plan for eastern ukraine. That constantine clem nick brings up during his august second meeting with manafort it turns out. This isn't the last time he and manafort discuss it. Manafort told the office that around the time of the presidential inauguration in january he met with kalim lim nick and a ukrainian oligarch in alexandria virginia during this meeting kalinic discussed the kovic peace plan that he had broached at the august a second meeting and in a detailed december eighth two thousand sixteen email which said quote all that is required to start the process is a very reminder wink or slight push from d._t. Unquote an apparent reference to president-elect trump d._t. Could have peace in ukraine. Basically within a few months after inauguration unquote clinic and manafort meet in person on february twenty six twenty seventeen in madrid affect manafort denies and his first two interviews with muller's office manafort only admits to the meeting after being confronted with evidence showing that hin kim clinic were in madrid at the same time the fact that manafort lies to the special counsel about this meeting and other matters and conceals evidence ants means. There are still unanswered questions. The investigation did not uncover evidence of manafort's passing along information about the ukrainian peace plans to the candidate or anyone else in the campaign or the administration. The office was not however able to gain access to all of manafort's manafort's electronic communications in some instances messages were sent using encryption applications and while manafort denied that he spoke okay two members of the trump campaign or the new administration about the peace plan. He lied to the office and the grand jury about the peace plan and his meetings things with kalinic. These are just the stories of three people playing out at the same time as dozens of contacts between the trump campaign campaign and russians p._b._s. Newshour recaps just a part of this section of the report. The moscow trump tower project is just one one source of russian contacts muller outlines about a dozen of them in total. They very widely campaign aide carter page meets with russians and his pay to give a speech in russia aid jay dee. Gordon says he pushed for a change in the republican platform to water down tough language about russia and ukraine policy advisor michael flynn give speeches and russia and has numerous contacts with the russian ambassador including a discussion of softening sanctions foreign policy and national security adviser visor jeff sessions also meets with the russian ambassador campaign chairman paul manafort regularly shares internal polling data with a man tied to russian intelligence diligence and fellow trump george popadopoulos repeatedly meets with a different man connected to russian intelligence who tells popadopoulos the russians have dirt on hillary clinton for all of these connections muller gives dates and times off into the very minute mark mazzetti explains the difficulty in putting all of the pieces together dr all of these dozens or you know hundred or so contacts between russians and the trump members of the trump campaign trump advisors visors trump friends trump hangers on <hes> a lot of them seem to be all <hes> for different purposes right <hes> some were seeking business business deals. Some were trying to gain influence in the campaign. <hes> kind of everyone on the trump side had had different agendas some indeed were trying to help help donald trump get up get elected <hes> and so <hes> a lot of it though doesn't necessarily add up into one giant conspiracy that <hes> that that fits neatly together <hes> which also i think is speaks to perhaps the haphazard -ness of the russian effort <hes> the russians uh-huh themselves <hes> and if you ask russians they'll tell you this that that they don't have as coherent strategy as americans might think they might right. They had the g._r. You have have it's hacking and leaking strategy there. The i._r._a. Has its social media strategy but it is not as if someone is <hes> like a puppet master astor directing every single contact in between a russian and trump adviser <hes>. This is all sort of spread out. It's more diffuse and and it's clear that muller's team has difficulty making sense of all of these different contacts and trying to draw a through line through through

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"russian" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"russian" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"That wasn't the only contact in twenty thirteen victory pob. Ni a russian intelligence officer working covertly early in the united states met page at an energy symposium in new york the two began exchanging emails and met in person on multiple occasions in a recorded conversation on april eight th two thousand thirteen podobnik told another intelligence officer that page was interested in business opportunities a -tunities in russia in publiz words page quote got hooked on gas prom thinking that if they have a project he could rise up. It's obvious obvious that he wants to earn lots of money on quote. Padania said that he had fed page. Quote empty promises unquote that he would use his russian business connections to help page padang news method of recruiting foreign sources was to promise them favors and then discard them once he obtained relevant information information from them in january two thousand sixteen pages. I introduced to trump campaign officials by the chairman of the new york state republican publican party. Here's rosalind helderman a reporter with the washington post and the co author of the introduction to the post addition of the mullahs report carter page is <hes> he was in the oil and gas industry. He was a businessman with an interest in russia. That's basically all he was. He is interested in donald donald trump and what he's been saying about russia and i he at some point reaches out to ed cox the relative of richard nixon who was the head of the republican party in new york and said that he was interested in volunteering for the trump campaign at cox puts him in contact with the trump campaign with sam clovis and corey lewandowski and it happens to be in this time period red when the trump campaign is desperate for foreign policy advice because they can't get anyone from the traditional foreign policy establishment to endorse them they announced in march of two thousand sixteen at carter page was on this new advisory group that they had put together <hes> of <hes> advisors foreign policy national security advisers for the trump campaign in communications with campaign officials page repeatedly touted his high level contacts in russia and his ability to forge connections between candidate trump and senior russian government officials for example page sent an email to senior campaign officials stating that he had quote spent the past week in europe and had been in discussions with some individuals with close ties to the kremlin unquote who recognize that trump could have a quote game changing effect in bringing at the end of the cold war on quote..

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"russian" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"russian" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"The trump campaign is being shunned by republican foreign policy policy experts part of the reason the trump campaign can attract the normal talent is because of trump's warm words for russia and vladimir putin who does that donald trump is brilliant and the people i was debating against. They said we would like you to disavow that safe and i said you think i'm going to disavow that statement of you. Crazy trump praises putin and he can't convince mainstream foreign policy republicans to work for him in fact many of those people are assigning letters opposing his candidacy as a result. There's a void on trump's campaign staff and the individuals who rushed to fill it turned out to be less experienced than the kinds of people who normally advise presidential candidates and they turn out to be more comfortable with trump's unorthodox doc stance towards russia and some have actual dealings with russian agents or businessmen to russia the situation presents sends a set of opportunities to form connections with and to influence the trump campaign opportunities they would never get under ordinary circumstances stances the russian see the openings in the form of people affiliated with the campaign and so over and over again russia reaches out to various trump figures and more often than not those overtures are welcomed well before robert muller is named special counsel. There's a russia investigation already underway the f._b._i. As part of our counterintelligence counterintelligence mission is investigating the russian government's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and that includes investigating investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the trump campaign and the russian government and whether there was any coordination in between the campaign in russia's efforts. How does that investigation get started. It all begins with a guy named george popadopoulos. Uh george popadopoulos has been trying to join the trump campaign since the summer of two thousand fifteen. The campaign wasn't hiring then so he goes to you work for republican presidential candidate ben carson then in february twenty six teen he begins a job at a place called the london center of international channel law practice but he doesn't give up on working for trump as he was taking his position at the london center papadopoulos.

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"russian" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"russian" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"A state like that i mean does this mean a tit for tat expulsion are is this going to exceleron eight tensions between these two countries where do you see it going what are definitely expecting teach for tat expulsions as we have seen in the past when for example the outgoing obama administration ordered for the expulsion of russian diplomats on new year's eve however moscow retaliate it's only months later but they did expel this same number of diplomats as the us expelled a couple of months ago we also could be expecting a closure of one of the consulates and the russian embassy in washington actually they run a twitter account and they held a poll on his twitter page offering to its followers to choose which american consulates should be closed as one of those measures that's not iliev of us a yoga she is i mean tally of arcelia she's a correspondent for the associated press speaking to us from moscow about what can only be described as a new low and post cold war relations between russia and the west natalia thank you so much for taking time to speak with us thank you for having me when we return we'll go back to washington and to berlin to take a closer look at this growing standoff with russia and you can join the conversation what's the danger that this will escalate how far will it go i'm anthony brooks this is on point.

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"russian" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"russian" Discussed on Worldly

"A former russian government rightly razor russian area who'd the russian government uses to maintain the plausible deniability that you were talking about earlier exactly exactly and then to go back further to the other events that have been escalating tensions in the region this week the drone that you'll he mentioned earlier iran said that it wasn't their drone that water dents israel they said that reports of that were ridiculous they also said that they don't have troops in the ground and there are only providing military advice to syria lol okay so i understand the concept of of plausible deniability because it it avoids getting these regional powers involved in direct conflict but how long or people can actually denied that they're involved and is this do more harm than good because of noone accepts responsibility or says they're involved involves no one can really be held accountable to us what he gets that back because there are so many people fighting it it's a hard thing to keep track of right so we went from syria against serious rights a two groups in one country now there were at least six countries and at least three militias they're all fighting reds you've gone from a relatively easy understands civil war we know civil four we had one of the us like it's usually to side the same country knife got six other countries three other groups and those numbers matter because they get to the bottom of the confusion and then if the other confusion which is what are they fighting for rights to broadly speaking it's either to get rid of assad or to defeat isis and you've seen the us self in his accu reference this of a moment ago the us itself has been confused because under obama the policy was assad had to go trump took office in kind of wings nod and said well assads kind of okay now he's fighting terrorists we don't really have a problem with it then a saudis chemical weapons of trump struck a certain weapons space now you have rex tillerson mr charisma still.

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"russian" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"russian" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"This meeting was the newyorktimesi revealed on saturday keeping a modest for starters they expose his prior accounts of the meeting is simply untrue he wasn't as he i said motivated to meet this woman out of concern for russian orphans he certainly did contrary to how he described it on saturday discussed politics the woman though unnamed was not offered up simply some random acquaintance of our friend as he i suggested she was described as a russian government attorney with information from the russian government she did not as some trump surrogates have suggested on this program just last night just get walked into trumptowerone of the males discusses arrangements for notifying security she was coming much would donaldtrumpjr has said and much of how he's characterize the meeting is revealed to be untrue by his own email chain more important though is what today's revelation does to the longrunning long larger narrative about donaldtrump senior people close to him and russiai have nothing to do with russia to the best of my knowledge no person that i deal with us this administration disagrees with all of this stories that claimed that the president and his campaign colluded with russia in any capacity of course not why would there be any contacts between the campaign chris the the the this is all a distraction absolutely not at that but the president elect lack right as conversation never happened thursday no connection between um the president or the staff year and in anyone doing anything with russiai mean this is time and time again lie after lie you noticed you won't say welli say this we hear experts you know his house cat at home once said that this is what's happening with the russiansit's disgusting it's so phony i was donaldtrumpjr after he had that meeting everything just heard either gets dented or contradicted by these emails no contact with russians not true no politicallymotivated contact with russians not true no politically motivated content contact with the russians who have ties the russian government not true at least owns from junior believed this attorney had caused the russian government in fact these emails again in very plain englishenglish lay out even more politically motivated contact with the russian individual with claims of ties to the kremlin promising information that would help achieve what is billed as the russian goal of hurting hillaryclinton and helping donaldtrumpit is the.

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"russian" Discussed on Decrypted

Decrypted

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"russian" Discussed on Decrypted

"Rates getting arrested by the russians on treason charges and of course there's eugenekaspersky himself telling us on the record that he goes to these bonyan nights with his friends some of whom are russian military and intelligence officials let's out too jio political situation tensions are mounting with congress and the fbi looking separately into allegations that russia was trying to influence the us election and it isn't just a usrussia's cyber operations have been getting increasingly aggressive in france the netherlands in germany too sitca spur skis wide businessnetwork in the us combined with a working relationship with the russian government is what's making a fish here in the us next this for them even the possibility of course brisk is platform being used as a back door into computers firewalls and routers around the world is terrifying although we don't have evidence that the company ever tried to do this and in a statement democratic senator jeanneshaheen the ties between cassebrisky and the kremlin quote alarming and she said it's because of that that the congress and the administration thinks quote kaspersky lap cannot be trusted to protect critical infrastructure particularly computer systems vital to our nation's security and that fear comes from the very nature of the software the casper ski has installed on our computers they would know d security posture and the security risk of their customers so they would know if a certain customer is not very i've security oriented in uh has.

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