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Fresh update on "secret service" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Died at the age of 65. Now the Connecticut based drug company is seeking bankruptcy protection as a means to settle thousands of lawsuits claiming they helped to spark the opioid epidemic settlement is calling for the family to pay at least $3 billion to give up ownership of Purdue. So again, a co owner of Produce Pharma, Jonathan Sackler, Inside the age of 65 on the North Shore. Gunfire at 1/4 of July celebration left several people hurt and a man dead. Investigators say Five people were shot during a cookout along fired street just before 10 o'clock, 35 year old Noah Hernandez was killed. When I came downstairs, that's when it happened. He just fell on my feet, blood all over my feet. She says her boyfriend tried to protect her. You know when I saw him trying to protect me from the bullets, Ah, call him and that's when he fell on my feet. Those who knew the victims say he leaves behind an eight year old son, his family's destroying. Investigators are now looking through surveillance video from the area for any clues into the person responsible to find this and they have this W. B. C. TV's Nick Emmons. Resident. Trump has another campaign trip planned this coming weekend and CBS's Palla read reports he'll be close by Trump campaign has announced an outdoor rally this Saturday at the airport in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. But a recent campaign rally resulted in dozens of secret service agents and campaign staffers having to quarantine after several tested positive, But enforcement, the campaign says attendees will be provided with masks and encouraged to wear them this morning at the White House chief of staff Mark Meadows touched on this thing. A national mandate to wear masks, in his words is not an order, calling it a state to state issue. All right to owe a Let's get back to Wall Street. So far so good. It looks across the board Bloomberg business Here's Joan Doniger. That's right, called Wall Street is rolling toward a record finish for the NASDAQ. Right now, the Dow is up 376 points. The NASDAQ is up 180 to the S and P, up 41 that after a strong rebound in the services sector last month and hopes for China's economic revival One of the NFL's biggest financial partners. Disney, which owns ABC, and ESPN, is now on the same team with Colin Kaepernick, the former NFL quarterback who risk his job to take any during the national anthem to protest police brutality. Kaepernick will produce content about race, social injustice and what the company calls the quest for equity.
8 Secret Service agents stuck in Phoenix with coronavirus after Pence trip
"Service agents assigned to vice president Pence have come down with covert 19. CNN reports. The agents tested positive just before the vice president was scheduled to travel to Arizona on Tuesday, and that forced the one day postponement. Your replacement agents could be assigned to the detail. Fences. Itinerary included several stops but was scaled back with Arizona being a covert 19 hot spot now.
Fresh update on "secret service" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Fired street just before 10 o'clock, 35 year old Noah Hernandez was killed when I came downstairs, that's when it happened. Hey, just fell on my feet, blood all over my feet. She says her boyfriend tried to protect her. You know when I saw him trying to protect me from the bullets, a bullock cart and that's when he fell on my feet. Those who knew the victims say he leaves behind an eight year old son. Well, his family is destroyed. Investigators are now looking through surveillance video from the area for any clues into the person responsible to find and have that report from W. B Z T V's Nick Emmons. 12. 06 and President Trump has another campaign trip planned this coming weekend. He'll be close buys. We hear from CBS's Paula Re. The Trump campaign has announced an outdoor rally this Saturday at the airport in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, But a recent campaign rally resulted in dozens of secret service agents and campaign staffers having to quarantine after several tested positive. But enforcement, the campaign says attendees will be provided with masks and encouraged to wear them. And this morning at the White House chief of staff Mark Meadows spoke with reporters about masks thinking national mandate toe wear them in his words is not in order, calling it a state to state issue. In time. The president facing some criticism now from mayors in the nation's son built for climbing over the weekend, 99% of Corona virus cases are harmless. Mayor of Austin, Texas, calling that comment dangerous. The president's claim comes as state and local officials sounded the alarm about surging cases. We cannot afford to go through hell again. We need a national strategy. If we don't get our hands around this virus quickly in about two weeks hospital system could be in serious, serious trouble. Even some of Mr Trump's Republican allies raise concerns about his fourth of July events where some attendees opted not to follow social distancing guideline. CBS's Nicole Killian, speaking of the holiday Certainly looked a bit different for most of us, thanks to Cove in 19 in Boston, No fireworks or Boston Pops concert on the Esplanade, most cities and towns, actually New England canceling their displays out right around the country. Though CBS's David beg no reports the virus didn't keep some from getting out July 4th celebrations looked pretty normal in certain parts of the country. Despite the increased.
Several secret service agents are quarantined after coming down with coronavirus following Trump's Tulsa rally
"Dozens of secret service agents are now in self quarantine after president trump's rally in Tulsa over the weekend a source familiar with the matter told ABC news number of secret service personnel for south Pointe team is in the low dozens because basically they're in public in a lot of people were not wearing masks apparently they're a bunch of people who are sick
Fresh update on "secret service" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Have divide There's plexiglass divider between the client and our technician. We make sure that our technicians Have been tested by, you know, called, uh, Corona Virus. That's Francis Pigna Taro, owner of the ballet slippers, spot and lounge. He spoke with Channel seven Eyewitness news this morning. Aside from personal care services Got a lot of places the park's reopening basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball, handball, court soccer fields, It's good news for dogs. Yeah, get them out Exercising again. Fido can go back to the dog Park. The reopening those today as well. And if you're thinking of marking your time in quarantine with some Corona Style Inc. Not alone. Tattoo shops around the city reporting a lot of folks calling and looking for Cove. It inspired art, despite some of President Trump's campaign staffers and his Secret Service detail, testing positive for covert 19 Mr Trump, now planning to hold a campaign rally in New Hampshire, this This rally is slated to be in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Next Saturday. It'll be in an airplane hangar with some of the crowd inside that hangar in some of the crowd outside. On the tarmac. The campaign seems to think that that is an improvement, at least over what they were doing in Tulsa, Oklahoma. But once again masks will not be required, though they will be handed out and strongly encouraged, according to the campaign correspondent Jeremy Diamond Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, criticizing the campaign while appearing on NBC's Meet the Press yesterday, saying Masks should be required, and there should have been face coverings of the president's Mount Rushmore event last week, while the White House says President Trump was not aware of intelligence that Russians negotiated with Taliban militants to kill US troops in Afghanistan. A ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Jack Reda, Rhode Island Democrat questions he had this information or parent. At least it was his presidential daily brief And yet he had five conversations with President Putin and I don't think in any one time did either raise this issue Democrats now calling for a new sanctions against Russia. Based on that report, however, the White House does continue to downplay the intelligence, saying it remains On verified the bounty information was included in Trump's presidential Daily Intelligence brief back on February 27th according to intelligence officials. Two days later, the U. S and Taliban Signed an agreement and cutter wins news Time. 9 19 We'll take a look at our headlines get you everything you need to know this Monday morning. It's all coming up next, a helpful hardware.
Multiple Trump campaign staffers quarantining after Tulsa rally
"Up trump campaign staffers who worked at the president's Tulsa rally over the weekend or now quarantining because of possible exposure to the corona virus a senior trump campaign official says the staffers are working remotely and will be tested before they return to the office a total of eight campaign staffers who were in Tulsa for the rally have tested positive for the corona virus Jordan Phelps reports dozens of secret service officers who worked the event are also now in
Trump rally sparks self quarantine of dozens of Secret Service agents
"Dozens of secret service agents are being told to quarantine after president trump's rally in Oklahoma last weekend to secret service staffers and other members of trump's advance team tested positive for the virus ahead of the event now the Washington post reports all secret service employees who worked the rally in Tulsa are being ordered to stay at home for two
2 more Trump campaign members in Tulsa test positive for coronavirus
"The trump campaign since two more staffers who were in Oklahoma for president trump's rally have tested positive for coronavirus correspondent train nobles timber talk campaign spokesman by telling me the attacks that those two staffers were actually participants in the rally they were inside the rally as it was happening this raises the total of trump campaign staffers who tested positive for chronic virus over the course of the planning and execution of this rally two eight there were six before the rally to during and then two additional secret service agents
Tensions rise between Trump supporters, protesters ahead of Tulsa rally
"Tulsa Oklahoma site of a make America great again rally I'm Scott west it is a a tense situation as protesters and trump supporters are expected to face off ahead of his rally and tens of thousands expected to be at this event outside not to mention the thousands that will be inside at this rally CBS is Nicole Scherzinger says security is pretty tight one horsemen are also on the scene local police can be seen patrolling and adjusting security parameters and the thirty square blocks surrounding the arena in addition to local law enforcement the governor has deployed two hundred and fifty national guardsman has two hundred state troopers on standby will work in coordination with federal agencies on the ground here including F. B. I. N. U. S. secret service at all of this in the face of what has been a spike in Kobe nineteen cases in that portion of
Secret Service admits it used pepper spray to clear protesters prior to Trump photo op at St. John's Church
"U. S. secret service is taken back its claim that no pepper spray was used on protesters before the president's photo op at a church in DC the secret service says it's learned what employee use pepper spray to clear a black lives matter protest in Lafayette park June first the park police also have cleared the square the agency recently reversed its initial claim that no tear gas had been
Masks have become a partisan issue
"Earlier today. The vice president united. States Mike Pence stopped by diner in Pennsylvania typical campaign, fair and video that event was shown on TV and their other than a secret service guide appears in the back and later a waitress. Almost nobody is wearing masks as far as I can tell no one, certainly not these supposed head of the corona virus taskforce. You remember that. That and that might seem like a small thing especially to anyone who managed to convince themselves, and you'll want to really have to worry about the virus. The reality is that the virus is still here. It's still killing people every day and the more we learn, the more we know, that close sustained indoor proximity without masks like what they're doing in. The diner brings with it a high risk of transmission. Seems the more we learn, the more we learn, that masks matter a lot in many of the countries that are managed to control the virus like Taiwan pretty much. Everyone wears masks. In fact just this week. A British study found that widespread mask-wearing could prevent covid nineteen second waves, not that we're even to the point where we're trying to prevent a second wave here in America. Sadly, we are still squarely in the first wave. We basically plateaued. Twenty thousand cases a day, just under a thousand deaths a day. That is our new devastating normal. We've already lost more than a hundred and fifteen thousand Americans right now. Hospitalizations are surging number of states including Arizona, Tennessee Arkansas South Carolina and Alabama. Two States Oregon Utah have paused their reopening efforts amid spikes. In cases in fact, I'm going to talk the governor of Oregon Kate Brown in just a moment about that to other states with large populations Florida and Texas just reported records for daily highs in new cases, which is particularly striking given that Republicans announced yesterday that Jacksonville Florida is the new alternatively location for the Republican National Convention after officials in Charlotte North, Carolina declared. The event would not be safe there. The safety does not seem to be much of a concern for the President United States amidst the pandemic that is seen one hundred and fifteen thousand people die. Next Week Donald. Trump is as you may have heard holding his first campaign rally since lockdown in where Tulsa Oklahoma, where covid nineteen cases just record daily high. That's right. Officials said the increase has been identified as an outbreak linked to indoor gatherings, okay. The president will be holding his rally at. An indoor arena at the Bank of Oklahoma Center, which just over nineteen thousand people packed in there. As far as we can tell, he's telling his supporters that if they get the corona virus at his rally, it's not his problem in order to attend. They have to agree not to sue Donald Trump if they come to the rally and they catch the coronavirus. At least those people have choice, the president has forced graduating cadets at west point who have been sent home to return to campus, so he can deliver a commencement address tomorrow, which we think will be outdoors, so that's good and can have a photo op with them. At least fifteen of those cadets have already tested positive for the virus. The science here as tentative and unformed as sort of dynamic as it is, suggests our best hope to fight the virus right now. If we want to not have locked down, right, be some version of normal our best hope right now. He's wearing masks, washing hands social, but wearing masks, wearing masks wearing masks. And yet the president and the vice president who extensively want to get the economy back on track and get back to normal, not only refuse to wear them. They have effectively turned wearing masks into a culture where issue and they have stoked this political backlash against those who dare tell us how to stay safe. Here's an example in Orange County California the chief health officer Dr Nicole quick resigned amid backlash and a death threat death threat over in order to wear masks, residents, comparing her to a Nazi and holding protests at her home. This was a scene at Tuesday's Orange County Board of supervisors meeting. I have been discriminated five times in the last two days I have been actually turned away. I cannot go in these businesses without a mask. You're telling me that I have to breathe in c. o two when God gave this body, the ability to extract that from my body, and now you want me to put it back in my body. I have natural rights as a sovereign citizen of the United States by continuing to keep people in masks separated out of work with no legitimate cause. You are kneeling on the next of the people, and you are continuing to act in a thuggish manner. Guys over like really like. You know I mean. Are we talking about this? Kneeling on the next, she compared wearing a mask to killing. George Floyd and it's over. Are we still talking about this? Yeah, we're still talking about it. People are still dying from it, but that's the view of the White House that women's view. It's not just happening in Orange County Ohio Ohio state. There's been a relative success story and containing the virus Republican. Governor Mike DeWine. Has Been a leader on the issue. He credited Dr Acton, who's health rector, the state as a hero for her role, and that included advising government wind lockdown early very early left the state in much better position to reopen. Dr Acton has now resigned amid lawsuits the push by Republicans. And protests at her home where some people conspicuously carried God's. The Guardian reports some demonstrations at the State House featured signs bearing antisemitic messages. That's comparing her Nazi again. Acting as Jewish and one lawmaker referenced her with an anti-semitic Slur. Dr? Amy Acton died her estate through a pandemic and for that she target for Reactionary Idiots. Look it's a complicated world we live in. Complicated time it's not like the experts are all in unison about everything they're not. It's not like this isn't complicated. There have been mixed messages about the virus and transmission about mask-wearing. When they told us not to wear mass February, they were wrong about that and we're still processing data, and they're still all sorts of countervailing balances between different kinds of risks. What we're doing. But we have seen what happens. If there's one thing we know, we've seen what happens across the world. And in this country when leaders just shove their fingers and say I can't hear you corona virus. There's a real danger of politics and political forces overwhelm public health entirely. And we sure as heck should not be punishing health, experts and leaders were crying to help us help ourselves to stay safe and healthy.
George Floyd's Death in U.S. Sparks Outcry Nationally and Abroad
"Today George Floyd's death last month well in Minneapolis police custody this sparked international outcry and calls for changes in police use of force the hearing also comes days after house Democrats unveiled legislation that would limit police community and prohibit Chou colts in some no knock warrants other witnesses at the hearing include the Floyd family's attorney Benjamin Crump the chief of the Houston police department fox news contributor and former secret service agent Dan
Donald Trump Jr's rare sheep hunt cost US taxpayers $76,000
"A trip to Mongolia to hunt to near threatened species by don trump junior has cost taxpayers tens of thousands the trip was fully paid for by the president's eldest son but it's still cost taxpayers seventy six thousand dollars in secret service expenses the younger trump visited East Asia last August so we could hunt are golly sheep the largest species of sheep
"secret service" Discussed on Bunker Brothers
Barr says "Secret Service recommended" Trump go to bunker
"House Attorney General William Barr says the secret secret service recommended moving president trump to the underground White House bunker during protests over a week ago on Monday we were reacting to three days of extremely violent demonstrations are right across from the White House a lot of injuries to police officers arson things were so bad that the secret service recommended the president go down to the bunker we
Barr says "Secret Service recommended" Trump go to bunker
"The Attorney General is contradicting the president saying the secret service recommended he go down to the White House bunker because of the escalating protests outside the White House William Barr gave his account of the events to fox news on Monday saying things were so bad that the secret service made the
Barr says "Secret Service recommended" Trump go to bunker
"Evening of the U. S. Attorney General is contradicting the president's saying the secret service did recommend that Donald Trump go down to the presidential bunker because of the escalating protest outside of the White House William Bonner gave his account of the events on fox seeing things were so bad that the secret service made that recommendation last week president trump dismissed the report as false news saying he'd gone to inspect the
White House adds new fencing around perimeter
"New fencing is also going up around the White House a source in the secret service telling fox news it is standard anti riot fencing ranging from seven to more than nine feet high and it's going on both sides of the White House including around the ellipse on the other side not where the front lawn of Lafayette
Trump Responds to Violent Protests With New Measures
"All Americans were rightly sickened. And revolted by the brutal death of George Floyd. My administration is fully committed. That for Georgia and his family justice will be served. He will not have died in vain. The president quickly turned to unveiling new policies I am mobilising all available federal resources, civilian and military. To Stop the rioting and looting. To end the destruction and arson, and to protect the rights of law, abiding Americans including. Your Second Amendment Rights Journal White House. Correspondent Andrew Rasushi as on the story. He spoke with our Charlie Turner about the key changes. The president revealed. Well two things first. He said that he was ordering. Thousands of armed soldiers. Military personnel in law enforcement officials to Washington DC to quell the violent demonstrations. That have broken out at night here and he's also said that he will deploy the military to other cities, if necessary if governors. In his words don't defend the life and property of their residents, so there's two separate actions that he's talking about what sort of authority will invoke well. He has authority under the Insurrection Act of eighteen o seven, which basically allows him to deploy active duty military as opposed to national, guard. Troops searched two separate things. In response to civil unrest, so he could in theory used that authority. There are some legal experts that say that he would actually he can't use it on his own that he would actually need. The governor's themselves to request that he make that decision, so it will certainly be a decision. That would be challenged if he were to do it was the president responding more to what was happening around the country, or to what was happening in front of the white. House I think it's both according to advisors. They'll be spoken to. He was very much affected by what happened in Washington over the last few days. It actually required him on Friday night to go down into the White House bunker on secret service orders. Washington, like other cities has seen looting, spray, painting, and some violence from police toward protesters, so it's A. It's a difficult situation here in Washington as it is around the country. Talk about the president's video conference with the nation's governors. Yes he he spoke with the country's governors, and his message to them was basically. You need to take action to stop. These protests are not not to stop the protest themselves, but to stop the violent. Elements of these protests and ended. quickly. He told he told the governor's that they needed quote dominate. On the streets any he actually said that. Most of them are quote week. Saying that they're not taking this seriously enough and not doing enough to stop the violence that spreading in parts of the country, and at least a couple of the governor's democratic governors hit back at his comments. Yeah, I mean they countered that you know most of these protests, which is true, you know our peaceful, and there are just pockets of these protests that turned violent and resulted in looting and other sort of. Things that we've seen. And and and and and they basically said that the president isn't helping with his own rhetoric rhetoric, which has been quite divisive, both on twitter and in his public statements.
Trump slams governors as 'weak,' urges crackdown on protests
"President trump is demanding governors do more to crack down on violent demonstrations nationwide the president ripped into state leaders during a video conference saying that most of you are weak and making themselves look like fools for not calling up more National Guard to in his words dominate the streets governors across the country must act deployed the National Guard as it's fixed White House spokeswoman Kayleigh MacNamee noting the Pentagon says just a fraction of National Guard members available have been deployed and made some of the nation's worst racial unrest since nineteen sixty eight the secret service rush the president into a White House bumper Friday night as protesters gathered outside he's told advisers he worries about his safety Sager made Donnie Washington
Trump slams governors as 'weak,' urges crackdown on protests
"President trump is blasting governors after another night of violent protests in dozens of cities on a video conference the president told governors most of you were weak and are making themselves look like fools for not calling up more of the National Guard as a show of force he's demanding tougher crackdowns on protesters saying if they were arrested and put in jail for ten years you'll never see this stuff again amid protests that grew so heated here in Washington Friday that the secret service rush the president into an underground bunker Attorney General William Barr told governors they need to dominate the streets and go after troublemakers Sager make ani Washington
Trump briefly taken to underground bunker as protests grew outside White House
"Secret service agents rushed president trump to a White House bunker Friday night as hundreds of protesters gathered outside the executive mansion some of them were throwing rocks talking a police barricades from spent nearly an hour in
"secret service" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Everybody welcome to this week's episode of the full cast and crew podcast this week. I'm going to be talking about the excellent James Bond Film on Her Majesty's Secret Service with my guest frazier rice frazier's been a long time super listener of the pod in a friend and I asked him for sinked bio do a little intro of him and he said something. That was so perfect. I'm just going to basically what he wrote Frazier's Day job lawyer in remission. He's also been an advisor to family offices and has worked in the financial services industry and a number of capacities. He's also an author. He wrote the book wealth actually and is the host of the wealth. Actually podcast. So if you're spending all your money on podcasts you might WanNa Dipoto in there and learn how to manage your money a little more effectively frazier. Also the CO writer of a horror. Comedy graphic novel called. Stay alive which you can find on Amazon and comics G. I highly recommend it. It's a great read. Frazier also died in the first scene of the movie. The Devil's restaurant so if you like a visual check that out anyway. Here's my conversation with frazier about on Her Majesty's Secret Service Frazier Rice. Welcome to the forecast and grew podcast. It's been a long time coming Jason. I am thrilled to be here. I am glad you suffered through my bad taste in movies and let Bihan. Let's revisit a few of the hot take movies. You suggested your a super listener of gas for that thank you and you are an avid endanger. Any social media in fact our current instagram profile photo is inspired by you indirectly because I use a photo of Zanini irving who is in the the fury own Irving right it is Is a swing and a miss. I remembered it more finely than it actually was. Well it was worth it. It's a howling Lee worth it experience to watch. I'd actually right now. Probably a hell lot more. I don't know if you've found this 'cause I noticed that you've put for really interesting in long lists of COVID era entertainment binge-watching options than been adding to those lists like. Have you found that your tastes in movies has changed during this time? Let your after a certain type of movie A thing that makes you feel good from your childhood or your your youth. What what kind of viewing habits have you noticed? During this time I really like stand up. Comedies Sebastian Maniscalco has been a nice tonic in these sort of crazy times So veep which I discovered recently which is really just just. It really is brilliant. And it's funny and I come from the political world early in my career so there's a lot of inside baseball with that that I really enjoy so things that are funny. I I come from liking the comic a comic book world in Horror Movies and things like that and it. That's great but a little bit intolerable. When you're going from one place to really another in New York in trended make sense of our post apocalyptic world yet. I'm jealous that you've just like they saved veep for this time because I think of a better show to have what four or five seasons of of that easily. The best written show on television when it was being made unquestionably. It's just rapid fire. Quips and they all hit and everything. It's it's amazing. As in the the roles are the CAST. That perfectly incredible. That's a great show. I don't know how we arrived at Ami we've needed to do James Bond so speaking of kind of the comfort food of movies during this time. I was so excited to revisit on Her Majesty's Secret Service and then go down a little bit of the of the James Bond radical which. You're much more qualified than I will will get into your experience at the comments which I didn't even know it was saying we both watch the George Lazenby documentary. That's been on. Hulu for a couple of years coming bond right and I tell you I watched it again last night. The movie not the DOC I. I'm I'm further going to plant the flag and say it's definitely my favorite bond film and I'm hard pressed not to say it's the best of the original films. Like I think that the film making of the new bonds is all other saying compared to what these are right so I started separate those out so I have I. I have a real tough time. Dislodging Goldfinger the top bond. I think it you know if you have a checklist of things that a good bond movie has you have to have great bond women and I'd say Goldfinger as at least two of them If gotta have a good plot and I diverge here in say. The best bond movies tend to revolve around simple plots and Goldfinger. Goldfinger is simple yet. Big Enough that I think it captures the imagination. The cars in the gadgets are spectacular. The villains you have a good cartoony odd job done. And you have a spectacular villain villain in Goldfinger And the in the locations in the ending is good. The opening is good it. So it's a solid overall and then I would say there's sort of a next tier of bond film which is generally really really good on all those different fronts. I put on Her Majesty's Secret Service in there as one of those in particular I put. Fear is only. Is it Roger Moore? I think that's the best one of his And then thunderball and from Russia with love. I put in that neck of the woods and then on Her Majesty's Secret Service and then Casino Royale which I think is sort of the the latest entry and I think one of the better ones also interesting yet this one. I Iran that they kind of made a conscious decision to get away from the GADGETRY in Secret Service. Which you can kind of notice the really. Isn't that much trickery with the gadgets? It's much more block focused Gets a lot of people would say overstuffed plot. I is so it's funny because I read most of the Fleming books and I have a weird collection of the graphic novel versions of a lot of movies that were printed in the daily express in London and unimaginative. Secret Service is the closest one to the book and the novelization that I've ever that I've seen out of all of them and I think is a movie is a movie movie. This one I agree with you stands head and shoulders above all of them now. Most people don't watch James Bond movies to be emotionally crestfallen and so on but but this one has has a human bond and interplay that is absent from most of the other ones and I think. That's that's what. I think revisionist history is being kinder and kinder to this one on that basis. I mean people are saying you know this was a good movie the miracle and we'll get to this. I'm sure is how well George Lazenby actually turns out especially in the climactic scene. Which is I think. I think one of the best in the whole series last night. I watched that scene again. You're totally right. I mean to have an emotional experience in a bond film out. There's not another emotional experience in a bond film. I think until you get to the Daniel Craig films where were that's may be more a part of things but again. I leave those to the side because those modern bonds to me are sort of a different thing than this what I would say is the classic era of bond which by the way for me does not involve Timothy Doll like it's really connery Lazenby. More I get it but for me. It's connery number. One lazenby to and I would say Roger Moore a distant third for me personally just.
"secret service" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"The White House appealed the decision but on July seventh nineteen ninety eight the. Us Court of Appeals agreed with judge. Johnson. Then the secret service appealed to forcing the issue all the way to the Supreme Court. In all likelihood the agents simply didn't want to be put into a position where they would have to lie or worse. Tell the truth. Embarrass the president and endanger their careers but the appeals didn't work on July Twenty Third Nineteen Ninety eight Larry Cal one of the key secret service agents in president. Clinton's entourage was forced to testify. The exact details of a lot of the testimony from the entire scandal are confidential. But it's clear that investigators were beginning to paint a clear picture of Clinton and Lewinsky's relationship with multiple sources confirming her presence in the Oval Office by August Seventeenth Nineteen Ninety eight President Clinton had few options left but to tell the truth to continue sticking to the lie that he had never had relationship with Lewinsky would have put him in serious contempt of court and so he admitted to an inappropriate relationship but he continued to deny any attempt at a cover up and he didn't exactly apologize for his bald face. Lie Months earlier either. Ultimately the investigation resulted in a recommendation of impeachment of eleven counts two of which the House of Representatives adopted voting to impeach President Clinton. And yet they're still wasn't enough evidence of serious wrongdoing to convince the Senate to actually remove him from office. Clinton finished his term by and large the entire debacle served only to deeply affect the lives of the women who had come into the President's orbit. He was clearly guilty of more than just lying but as we learn on a near daily basis crime often goes on punished. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson. If you enjoyed this story checkout podcast. Original political scandals it features similar stories of people in power trying to get away with lying and much worse. Today in true crime was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original it is executive produced by Max Cutler. Sound design by Nick Johnson with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Freddie Beckley. This episode of today and true crime was written by Greg Castro with writing assistance by Nora. Because I'm not Sur Richardson..
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"secret service" Discussed on Post Reports
"So how much is the government paying to trump's properties. Nice to have secret service there with mar-a-lago trump goes there almost every weekend in the winter. The charges we saw in two thousand seventeen where he was charging the secret service. Six hundred fifty dollars dollars per room per night at mar-a-lago and frequently these trips the secret service rent two or three rooms for three or four nights each so. That's a lot of money if you added up every weekend in two thousand eighteen. They lower the price slightly to three hundred ninety six dollars. A night per room for the secret service was also renting a lot more rooms than they often would stay during the week. Trump would come on the weekends. They would just stay all week. Long and pave trump wasn't there and when you think about the context of how much time president trump spent at his properties which we've tabulated something around a third of his presidency. Spent these places that turns out to be a lot of money when you put all these rooms and the cottage and all these different expenditures together. That's right so what we have is records only for the. I am not even shirts. Comprehensive set of records the record we have only cover inauguration day to April all twenty eighteen so about fifteen months in that timeframe we can see four hundred seventy one thousand dollars of payments just from the secret service to trump's business. We don't know what all those payments were four but we know it's at at least that amount and how does this compare with how president trump has talked in the past about how much the secret service was going to be charged. Eric trump trump who the president's son runs the business. Today was really clear last year in an interview about what the trump organization charges the government. He said anytime the government comes in. If back father travels they stay at our properties for free meaning like cost for housekeeping effectively. Means you actually have to legally government something so everywhere where he goes if he stays at one of those places government actually spends a meaning. It saves a fortune because hotel across the street. They'd be charging five hundred bucks a night whereas we charge them. Like you know fifty bucks. That's been their line along. It's six hundred and fifty dollars per night. Thank God of Housekeeping's which to run the numbers on that we know what mar-a-lago pays its it's housekeepers eleven dollars and thirteen cents an hour if you take that rate and assumed six hundred fifty dollars at Eric. Trump is telling the truth and six hundred fifty dollars the cost of housekeeping. Let me take fifty eight people to clean one room though normal cost of housekeeping at a big luxury hotel was under one hundred dollars. So the idea that they're six hundred fifty dollars or even four hundred hundred dollars is the cost of housekeeping. Seems a little ridiculous. Of course we've asked the trump organization. Okay proof to prove it to us. Tell us about your cost. How did you get to these numbers? And they haven't and why. Why are they charging so much money? I mean isn't there an argument that they should be required to give over these hotel rooms to the secret service for free. When surprise me is not not really a law here I mean? There's we talk a second about the moral requirements here But the law is if this was say this was the under secretary of Agriculture. And and somebody who is in the federal bureaucracy and that person said okay underlings. We're all going to my hotel. You'RE GONNA pay six hundred fifty dollars a night and the taxpayers are GonNa pay me for it. That person will be fired. That's against the rules. Also the president is exempt from this conflict of interest rules and the idea being that the under secretary of Agriculture doesn't face the voters but the president does and so the voters are the check on the president's conflicts conflicts of interest. The problem is that if you don't know about those conflicts of interest the voters can't act on them and the all the ways in which these transactions were supposed to come to light they didn't are are they don't show up in any sort of public databases. That might have what the public know. This was happening and was there supposed to be a mechanism for making it public. How much president? President trump and his company is earning off of his own presidential stays at his own hotels. There's a number of ways the federal government has something called. USA SPENDING NOT GOV. It's a database huge database of federal spending everything. The federal government spends money on is supposed to be listed there if it's over ten thousand dollars except for payments that trump the payments to trump Over ten thousand dollars. Don't show up in there and for comparison Joe Biden former Vice President Joe Biden. He was the only other person to do this. In the modern era he rented the secret service. A cottages his place in Delaware for twenty two hundred dollars a month that was listed in these public databases. You could see that you can read about it who call Joe Biden up and ask him. Why trump purchases aren't in there so that's one way that they could it'd be transparent about it? We could know about it but we don't the other one is Congress so the secret services required to make a report to Congress every six months. What's pays to protect presidential properties? That includes everything from Jimmy. Carter's house to Don Juniors hunting cabin to eric trump's weekend home and those who are supposed to be produced at semi annually but they weren't went from two thousand sixteen twenty nine thousand eight produced no reports like that then after the government accountability office called the Secret Service out for not producing these reports. They started producing them again. The lines for Bedminster Minster and mar-a-lago are blank. So even though we spend all this money on Bedminster mar-a-lago they lied those lines blank. Even while spending on Don Juniors hunting cabin and I think think the logic is they wouldn't answer directly but I think the logic is well that law only requires us to report on the costs of permanent changes bedminster and mar-a-lago and nothing. We've done there the permanent temporary. What do you think is the argument for why people should care about the fact that president trump is essentially making money from his businesses and hotels when he chooses to go on vacation or chooses to conduct business from one of his properties? This is your money. This is my money money. This is the tax payers money and it's being used in secret without the public knowing about it. It's being refunnel into the pocket of the president personally so this is a guy who got elected saying he was a billionaire whose son said that his president his business would not seek to profit off the presidency. Who who is in secret using the presidency to pay money directly to himself so I feel like taxpayers have known a lot about Donald Trump? We've learned a lot about him over the years. Here's but this is one of the few things that we didn't know because his administration and his organization had said something that wasn't true they'd said that they were profiting when they are. I think that's a really important. According to understand. This is a guy who has you know. In in sort of a hidden business relationship with his own government or he's the buyer and he's the seller but we pay and in to understand the scope of that and understand how he's exploited that situation when nobody was looking I think is a good judge of his character and also judge of how he's used the presidency..
"secret service" Discussed on WTMA
"Statement saying the secret service was not involved in the termination process of ms manning gault newman that's her married name now or the escort off the premises now it does say the escort off the premises but it was not the secret service if she was in fact escorted off carefully phrased statement are only involvement in this matter was to de activate the individuals pass which grants access to the complex reporting regarding secret service personnel physically removing amoros a medical newman from the white house is incorrect the secret service said in a statement reporting regarding secret service personnel physically removing omeruo some medical from the white house complex is incorrect but that doesn't matter because it's the in ah in the news media it's what they do everything has to be something that it's not uh michael stray him in all his africanamerican guy so and she's napkin american woman so of course being democrats they have to bring race into it and naturally that's what they did parfour millions total washington post you were unhappy with trump's handling of charlottesville an awfully have endorsement avoid more trim you know because i am serving until the twentieth i have to be very careful about how i answered as our a lot of things that i observed during the last year that was very unhappy with that it was a uncomfortable with brings observed that i saw it expands upon it because i have to still go back and work with these individuals but what i have a chance to tell my story michael quite a story to tell.
"secret service" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"As a restaurant we now use words like experiential so the sound has to be riot smell has to be right the design has to be right so many more things apart from food and so the food you know we we can work hard on his by think ketone husber what really hard on delivering we are aspects of experiential dining the welcome the come for the design and so the stage is set for us really i think the favorite dishes will appear on him and you for sure we'll be liz annual doocy crap which is a laser ver very very thin past silky pastor with mussa of scholarships saw and lots and lots of beetroot osa crab and then we serve something the burn on ta he says source from the southwest of france which is some shell out some white wine and a little bit of butter visit beautiful dish and something we we can never take if the menu and obviously the big question is whether the quality of food will attract also customers who are not very keen on food low we williams is very optimistic if not the greatest boats fondly the will use local i have another amazing experience what taught me crates in it is we have a world beater with four different chefs bring in their cuisine at different times so is going to evolve and change if you become a member is knocking we stagnates it can develop pain like the stadium in light the football on the pitch while maude you wanna saturday afternoon that that's life for me this is great food great company graceful for a job done for monakali london i am lsu dhillon.
"secret service" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"His what are the elements debt distinguish this restaurant from what other clubs did in the past i think a lot of stadiums have signature restaurants all signature areas what we've done is a signature level so signature level the stadium is all before on four has three different products for three different user groups that we have the age club which is arguably one of the most anticipated members clubs in london we have our sucralose which is a new product new product that we're bringing into the market let's say that office you a private dining facility with the privacy the box traditional vogel box would bring but also the ambiance and the network inability of a restaurant says qualify kohl place to be it's a threeyear membership minimum membership so that's about giving people the exclusivity of the space and being comfortable with no surroundings knowing the people are going to shadows facilities wave over the longer term see a building up new friendship sleep elites in that work from a business perspective this is business gets down these people do out to gaba is it true that you will have the world's longest bar out we will have the world's longest ball yes at while lungs barring solder a football stadium for sure so it's '86 makes is blown sits in the south stand which is the single pti a cop end of the new stadium hold seventeen thousand funds within the seating area of the stadium stadium bo on an opposite the bar self is there to service those funds so it pretty much runs called a flight to cornerflag so it's not as if so fast is that special so we've announced that the roof family we should brilliant sept three generations of one family is amazing we've got chris galvin we got dippennar an and and bring williams to be a brilliant line up what they chefs will bring is their own signature she's into a football stadium the food will be sensational it won't be.
"secret service" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"You can see this customer journey wished style at point number one which he's meet and greet as to point to each point as a what you do and all you do it in his beat like a kolea built into cal factory if you have a conveyor belt for example i started being in effect a defect to renew gold euro ingredients that adult toppled his conveyor belt and at the end you could do the detainees shall sequel the finish car whatever call that as he would always look the same because owned the assembly line older workers going to work ending on work to the specification of the desire to make sure that colleagues you sit so perfect and it won't be a case that somebody's descending okay i want to call of an abundance of the ferrario on top of the defeat at one dobacco the renault it's if a bmws have been released gonna look like a bmw and cervi seen restaurant and the experience at the customer will have should be like this call me a belt but like i said to you will not conveyor belt she's the customer journey theories no only one side which he's decide where you know you're going to nuts and bolts and a hammer where you'll making nedcar is on the combed on their build of service you go to what you do and now you do it and boost of them neat to work sidebyside because this was very important these are you make people phillies depression that you gave and perception that people will have all you'll service and of the way that you are acting with him i love that you said about the importance of smile because it in my opinion when i go to a restaurant of course efficiency is amazing in and out of like that in a restaurant but i think as my it was so important he can vina as essays the first reaction when you go to a restaurant and it's above the uniform yeah if you're coming to work you got your uniform you know everybody dress well he knew his shaven and ended where police shoes and and develop very wellgroomed but it's money is so important you know you can be beautiful and and and and.
"secret service" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Arms maybe if you convene a wrong message in terms of customer service and in terms of what we are here to de nieva would finance qc sle would find ways to say well yes this man was wrong while this woman was wrong and he sees y a dundee's nfl unjustified is he's not the case you cannot be justified into giving but servies because you suddenly decide that they are not meeting you'll standards and when the fred if you could give us you know simpson service tips for restaurants these days of something that you see the restaurants and are delivering what except perhaps the ones yorkey what we all make mistakes genuine and my restaurant he certainly not perfect you knew and but what we do is we work at at at getting better and every day we know that we not perfect and when somebody mugs it does mean david immediate free to webb has all been to your i found my first onset my emma question he's i'll was it did you enjoy it because i do not take it for granted and it'll take it for granted that we are going to deliver i'm always worrying that there's something has gone wrong because he's very possible at something would go wrong having at full restaurants and for business in general let's hearing denise first of all these what do you stand for what is your vision wall you'll venues are yukiho bound that i've you communicated that to your team well all your stand as you noisy very important is to have a custom adjourning is very very clear so customer journey can have ten twenty twenty five thirty touch points in each of these touch points all their today leave a trust if you deliver trust and basically at people wintrust you entrust in business he's basis of loyalty so you've got to be reliable and you've got to be consistent now in terms of distrust wanted to leave a trust these from the moment you walk in for example to arrest on this said you walk into a bank your workings way an m a car dealership to buy call the first thing when you are coming into that business as you go to see smilin' sado to the people before they cease muncie mancino to you because this is about giving it the right first impression so the first thing a you.
"secret service" Discussed on Civics 101
"So how is this agency doing in terms of its public profile it depends on who you ask the secret service would tell you that they are on the mend in on the upswing uh but even an upswing acknowledges the downswing and there have been a number of bad years uh as you said during the obama administration when the agency was dealing with a whole bevy of different setbacks some of those were highprofile publicrelations nightmares agents caught with prostitutes in foreign countries breaches on the white house grounds that appeared to uh allow intruders dangerously close to the president these are things that really damage the agency's reputation it it set capitol hill it's at congress investigating they then turned up more incidents that were kind of further damaging in its it's created what is uh not been a good cycle for the secret service which is reputation is taken a hit which hurts recruiting morale has taken a deep pit they have the lowest morale of an agency in the federal government and that in turn has led to high attrition rate uh folks retire as soon as they can get out and and so the agency today is struggling to build itself backup i think uh improve its image improve faith that it's going to do uh it's chief job which is to keep the commander in chief safe are real questions that continue about the agency's funding um during the recession an an and budget cuts for the federal government a few years ago it took a hit an and has slowly crept back up but the president's travel as we've been discussing and frankly the size of the first family which is considerably larger than other recent administration's has required uh additional resources.
"secret service" Discussed on Civics 101
"That is the uh the million dollar question or perhaps more than a million dollars we are waiting there are government estimates that are being drawn up right now the secret service itself is loath to put out information like that because they fear what is essentially been happening early in the trump administration which is uh costs associated with protecting the president being turned into a political volleyball so we don't have a great sense though we know expensive uh the president trump travels with a very very large security detail that has to proceed him wherever he goes in his on the ground for days if not weeks preparing for him they pay for hotels they pay for rental cars uh have to pay to travel on on military aircraft so it gets expensive in long trips you know you're talking in the millions of dollars uh and this is something that has been a frequent criticism of president trump who who likes to spend weekends at his properties in florida or new jersey or elsewhere that kind of travel is essentially running up costs for the agency i'm not sure that's exactly a fair criticism uh every president goes on vacation and they should be entitled to it but the reality is that cost his side uh it has put a significant amount of strain on the secret service uh and on its agents who uh have to be staffing all of this travel that's time away from their families time away from what may be their their day jobs as to the listener's question the answer is essentially no the secret service doesn't really have any discretion in what it spends its job is to protect the president it has a no fail mission and it does what it has to do to make that happen generally congress has appropriated the money uh that the agency needs to do that uh there's not any precedent for congress cutting off funds and i don't think particularly with republicans control here in washington uh but that's a likely prospect congress however has called the secret service on the carpet for various different things during the obama administration i'm thinking there were at a couple of white house security breaches.
"secret service" Discussed on Civics 101
"That is good question and the answer is yes hasn't always been the case but all living former presidents in as long as they're alive their spouses receive protection is something that's actually often overlooked uh but president obama and president clinton for example have a particularly demanding travel schedules and uh certainly add to the strain of the secret services work having young and active former presidents uh that are under their protection who else scott protective at a secret service so obviously the president and the president's wife and immediate family the vice president the uh secretary of the parliament of homeland security which is what overseas the secret service the treasury secretary uh the department obviously that used to oversee the secret service the president's national security adviser in and chief of staff since september eleven have received protection former president as we said and then it's essentially the president of the united states has broad discretion to decide if additional members of his inner circle should be protected by the agency in that tends to be based on whether or not there are credible threats against their safety you mentioned the former presidents clinton and obama having a demanding travel schedule and that something that's come up often in the trump administration and in that listener question can congress stop paying from are a lot of his visits the first a nicholas if you don't mind do you have an estimate on how much it costs the secret service for that.
"secret service" Discussed on Civics 101
"To control systems and anticipate threats wherever the president or other protect use of the secret service are going that's a pretty broad mandate how many people are in the secret service the latest numbers around six thousand employees and and that split between special agents who are these suit wearing men and women as well as uniform division which are kind of like the cops of the secret service and then so a small subset of civilian personnel the agency wants to grow that number in fact thinks it needs to uh but that's been a difficult prospect we'll get to that uh because i think it's important question but first like who becomes a secret service agent you mentioned that there is a pretty diverse group of people and scale that are needed but in wondering who is willing to take a bullet for the president's yeah it's a good question um the little answers i i think it tends to be a lot of former uh state and local law enforcement officials cops detectives former military the secret service works a lot with these kind of people and that tends to be the way they they recognised talent in will pull the men but it's a really rigorous process to uh become a particularly special agent uh because as as we said it requires a lot of physical endurance it requires uh the mental steel to be willing to take a bullet but also requires you know the the mental capability to do cyber work in forensics in the kind of investigations that that they also need to do so the secret service really looking for uh well rounded individuals and then they've got to make it through basically a grueling a weekslong training course men and the acceptance rate into the agency and the graduation rates are uh are appropriately low and let's talk about that grueling training you went to belts fell maryland to facility where they retraining as secret service agents it's fascinating i would encourage the listeners to go in that got the new york times article because their films what kind of training did i have to gatt.
"secret service" Discussed on Civics 101
"So that doesn't happen until 1901 when there is another presidential assassination this time it's it's william mckinley and at that point congress formally request that the secret service began protecting presidents in the intervening years the secret service had become actually kind of the elite law enforcement an investigative body of the federal government it predates the the fbi and in addition to counter funding that started investigating everything from naturalization fraud to lynching investigations land fraud things like that and so congress says he can you start protecting presidents as well and i think they do next year in in nineteen of two more contemporary image is that the man with crew cuts and seat sunglasses earpieces what is secret service agents do that we don't see quite a lot so actually i think half of the agency the isn't involved in protection day today at all the a responsible for carrying out this mission that dates all the way back to 1865 which is protecting the integrity of the financial system so there are thousands of of special agents scattered in two hundred offices around the country uh they're working with state and local and other federal law enforcement to counteract financial crimes identity theft a child exploitation there's there's kind of a whole list of of crimes that they can bat and and um agents will typically in the course of their career go back and forth between investigations and criminal work like that and protection and the secret service says that the two skills help reinforce one another uh that could investigators uh are better at protecting because they know how criminals and other deviants work uh and a a lot of frankly a lot of protection these days involves doing advance work that in some cases can be highly technical and and fall cyber realm.
"secret service" Discussed on Civics 101
"Civics no one is supported in part by the corporation for public broadcasting who is the card speaker of the house uh don't even know what will they will in the favor what a headed that fell court you can't referred to a center directly by names i shall we district liberation of our border at national security health sleinota line i've virginia prescott and this is civics went away the podcast refresher course on the basics said howard democracy wax today the secret service beyond the sued sunglasses and air pieces a number of you a vast about the agency in charge of protecting the president and the first family do past president still get protected can congress stop paying for mara lago visits what would the secret service do if they caught a president doing something illegal a here to help us decode some of these questions is nicholas found us who covers congress in the new york times he's also been reporting on the secret service over the past year nicholas welcome it's a pleasure to be with you thanks for having me less so glad you're with us you gotta view of our secret service i mean we don't learn much about them would for some history when did this secret service get it start so the secret service gets it start actually in in 1865 and it's kind of an interesting story the night the president lincoln it goes off to the feeder and is assassinated he's left on his desk orders for creating a secret service within the treasury department to combat counterfeiting and protect the nation's financial system is is at the end of the civil war and counterfeiting was becoming a substantial problem for the treasury the irony of course is that there was no real presidential protection at that point in time in the secret service wouldn't go on to protect presidents for another forty years or so well if lincoln's assassination did not spare the agency and to protecting the first family when when did that happen.
"secret service" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The the secret service of this was an uproarious wide the secret service allow these people and the president had secret service protection about that raise the question with but the secret service push back saying donald trump jr was not a protectee of us secret service in june 2016 thus we would not have screened anyone he was meeting with at that time donald and milania trump did have secret service protection at the time and anyone entering trump tower would have likely gone through a secret service magnetometer did check for weapons cnn has confirmed that at least eight people were inside the ruined june 9 th 2016 donald junior jared kushner and campaign chair paul manafort represented the campaign music publicist rob goldstone arranged the meeting and russian lawyer natalia vessel netscaler russianamerican lobbyist not off mention a translator an unnamed representative from the aga lara family were present the aigle are odds are prominent father and son real estate developers in russia and then aygul are obvious a russian pop star who is mingled with donald trump in las vegas and featured the future president in his music video the president says he only became aware of the june 2016 meeting recently but it turns took out the trump campaign paid fifty thousand dollars to the law firm now representing donald trump jr just days before jared kushner amended his security clearance form to include that meeting with russian learn italian vessel nif guy and one day after cnn asked about it the meeting didn't become public knowledge for nearly two weeks but the legal payment raises questions about whether trump's campaign team may have known the disclosure would cause problems it's eleven after the.