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A Quick Dive Into How Submarines Work
"Today we're talking about submarines by focusing on alvin as we said is a research submarine that has taken scientists into the deep ocean and it looks like a tiny underwater ship so we smaller than the giants cylinder like submarines. You might see in the navy but similar to them. because there's some fundamental engineering principles at work keeping alvin and other submarines safe underwater. So i how much pressure is alvin. Under let's say twenty two thousand feet below the ocean surface. Every square inch of alvin. Surface has almost ten thousand pounds force applied to it which is a lot of pressure. And here's another way to think about it. Bruce calculated the amount of pressure. That alvin hatch. So just it's door is under. And he came up with around four million pounds and that really was a number that was a little bit astounding to me so i started figuring out how many seven forty sevens are parked on top of that twenty one inch disk that that is our hatch and the pressure he calculated is two four seven forty seven planes stock on top of that hatch so you may be wondering. What's keeping alvin and the other people inside from getting crushed under all that pressure. Well there's a lot of engineering at work. But bruce says it's largely because of a part of the submarine called the pressure hull. That's the capsule everyone's sits safely in keeping the pressure inside equal to the pressure level at the surface also known as alvin personnel sphere. We had a chief pilot once that used to say that the personnel speier keeps the big o out of the people's face by big o. He means all of that ocean so the personnel sphere is about six feet in diameter made out of a titanium alloy and yes sphere shaped and bruce says that shape is key think of pressure as giant hands. Squeezing the capsule that people are in there. The water pressure is a big powerful hand. That wants to squeeze All that low pressure space inside the pressure wants to to squeeze tight will fear when you squeeze the sphere of your hands if you apply that that force from your hands equally it's distributed around that sphere of throughout the whole spherical shape. That's how spheres are they. Distribute the pressure evenly over. Its surface making it an incredibly strong shape. You might be thinking though. What about those big navy. Submarines shaped like a tube a tube. A cylinder can handle pressure but only to a certain extent. There's there's this unfortunate outcome called buckling where the pressure would actually squeeze that to imagine the way you might squeeze the tube of toothpaste the only this is a big thick tuber metal and they are limited in the depths that they can go to.
Britney Spears fans call out Diane Sawyer over 2003 interview featured in new documentary: 'I want an apology'
"The fallout from the britney. Spears documentary keeps getting uglier. Justin timberlake was under fire but he is not the only one. Diane sawyer is feeling the heat as well documentary framing brittany featured. Some of diane's exclusive interview with the star from two thousand. Three and fans are outraged. They're saying. Dan owes an apology for grilling her about justin. And whether she's a bad role model for young girls. Here's a clip. He's going on television. Pretty much said you broke his heart. You did something that caused him so much pain so much suffering. What did you do. Britney spears has upset a lot of mothers in this country starting with the wife of the governor of maryland. Really if i had an opportunity to to shoot britney spears. I think i would. Oh that's that's really trying to test a lot of people was pretty wide goodness all right. So there's so much to this interview in fact like after that whole terrible quote from the governor that said i could shoot britney spears diane sawyer to that was something along the lines of well. You've really you know. Made it very hard for a lot of mothers. Wasn't that bad is governor's wife. That's who needs apologize her up unless she's not here or anything like that. But that's what needs to apologize. Get up off. Diane's she's a reporter. She was at a man's world back there. She had to be tough and nobody asked him barbara. Walters apologize but nothing. I'm just i'm done. She had to be tough. 'cause he was week we wouldn't even know her name. Right now feels different. So say you're part because i like when this talk all that i looked up the interview and listen. I'm going to say it's a reflection of the times. It's how we attacked women at that time. It just the things that diane was allowed to say to britney without even a second glance is absolutely appalling. It would never happen in two thousand twenty one. I don't believe she pulled out. Magazine articles Showing brittany and about how she was sexy. And all these things brittany said jaylo does it. Christina aguilera does it. Is it a big deal. Because will you have the connection with the. It's all making her feel guilty on top of that. This is another question. She asked this twenty one year old. She said but you said. I've only slept with one person in my whole life two years into my relationship with justin and yet he's left the impression that you weren't faithful that you betrayed the relationship she's enquiring. How many people britney has slept with questioning her on her virginity on on her sexual relations. That is insanely inappropriate. What she was grown twenty one twenty two. She was grown. She gets grown questions asked at the time she was sixteen. That i would say okay. You a little rough. But she's twenty one years old. You just talked to my nieces. That's what you've been doing your. Sat results long doesn't matter ranger national television. You're asking this young girl to to tell you. All of our sexual secrets and intimate affairs of a relationship overly scrutinized at that time anyways everything she did. This is cobbled reporter year to get the information. It is up to you to answer. Not her publicist should advisor this. You get out of the hard question ooh brennan. Actually i will say handles herself really well. But i think diane sawyer i promise you i truly believe diane sawyer looks back at that interview and cringes bring something. Go through saying if i could do this over again. I would have. Maybe still grilled her but in a much more appropriate way. I think for diane sawyer. Look we have to remember. This was diane's thing. John was known as if you're a celebrity. And you're in hot water. You go sit with diane. Do the tough interview and if you get through it your career is back. Don't forget this is in two thousand. And three a year. After diana whitney houston in she spent two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year on crack. So you gregory speier's just gonna walk into diane sawyer interview and not be hit with the hard questions. It's a little bit much. It's like somebody saying. Oh i didn't know that howard stern was going to ask me about my sex life. I didn't know my family businesses. We're going to be out of mari povich. It's the town though. It's the town that diane takes with britney. Is it just brittany or does he take it with everyone that i can say. We have an we you. She asked whitney straights her face. Do you spend two hundred thousand dollars. We also cracked that one. I want you to feel guilty for your sex life. I want you to feel guilty for your sexual the way you dress. I want you to feel guilty for your responsibility to be this perfect positive as we received it. I don't think she meant that. I think she was just doing a job. That no one else would do. Because i don't know if i would ask brittany that. I don't think i'm that type of person that i can really ask the hard questions if somebody wants to be an open book. They can't be listening wearing the world now of reality. Television people talked about sex they. They'll they'll open the the open it up. They tell it on their own but back then especially a young girl like that to put the pressure on her to try to be the. We still put the pressure on people stars to be the perfect examples especially when they started like disney princess. And then try to move on to something older but she was twenty one at this point at this point when miley cyrus still got like a big backlash whenever she tried to become more sexualize. However we have let it
Biden pushing new stimulus bill regardless of Republican support
"It is a tale of two parties one's governing and the other star really clear what the other party is doing. Republicans are destroying themselves from the inside consumed with feuds over how loyal they can be to a former president. Who incited an insurrection. And fighting over what actions to take about the dangerous conspiracy spewing congresswoman marjorie taylor green meanwhile democrats want to pass laws and help americans who are hurting from the pandemic today. Joe biden made it clear he will pass his covid relief. Package with or without the support of the other side. A lot of folks are losing hope. And i believe the american people looking right now to their government for help to do our job to not let them down. So i'm going to act and i'm going to act fast. I've told both republicans and democrats. That's my preference to work together. But if i had to choose between getting help right now to americans who are hurting badly and getting drier bogged down in a lengthy negotiation or compromise on a bill. That's up to the crisis this an easy choice. I'm going to help. The american people are hurting now. Economic relief should not be a partisan issue. It's clear people hurting. But why helped. Millions of out of work americans when you can instead. Try to oust liz. Cheney from her republican leadership position because she got a case of morals for a moment and voted to impeach donald trump. There is so little talk of solutions from the gop. There hasn't been talk of it for four years. They're so little. Talk of helping the american people. It's just about them and their petty little internal dramas. They barely have ideas of their own and yet they refuse to endorse solutions. That are broadly supported by the american people. Sixty eight percent of americans support president. Biden's covid relief package. According to a brand new quinnipiac poll. Seventy eight percent are in favour of fourteen hundred dollar stimulus payments even sixty four percent of republicans support the stimulus payments. The white house knows that republicans are on the losing side of this. They even released a video about it. My message to our republican elected officials is to put our country first. And i think there should be a bipartisan effort to step up and try and assist these people and it's imperative act quickly before things get worse. Entered the better gives. A lot of people are hurting and need the relief as soon as possible. So i'm rooting for them. To get that done. Here is far deeper problem at the center of this thing. We don't actually know what republicans stand for anymore. They don't support popular legislation or offer solutions of their own now to be fair to republicans. It's hard to juggle ideas and solutions when your focus is pulled toward a dangerous conspiracy spewing freshman congresswoman from georgia whom you will defend at all costs for some unknown reason marjorie taylor. Green was stripped of her committee assignments this week for indicating support for the execution of prominent democrats with whom she now serves. Seems like a fairly reasonable action. Take but republicans balked. They spent more time talking about how unfair it was to the conspiracy speier than they ever have talked about helping americans in need. What do you stand for if you defend a woman who incites support for political violence. Our next guest democratic congressman jimmy gomez says removing marjorie. Green from committees isn't enough her city and her terrifying effect on the republican party require her removal from congress. According to the congressman but republicans would rather focus on feuds than see the obvious danger of keeping marjorie green or donald trump for that matter in office the very very small group who have condemned marjorie green or donald trump are paying the price republican congressman. Adam kinzer is being censured by illinois county republicans for taking actions quote contrary to the values of the gop contrary to the values of the gop. Senator ben sasse might be censured for the second time by nebraska republicans for not being deferential enough to trump. You are welcome to censure me again. But let's be clear about why this is happening because i still believe as you used to. The politics isn't about the weird worship of one dude. The weird worship of one dude. The republican party is not that familiar anymore. Doesn't have a set of values or principles defends a man who incites an insurrection and defends a woman who supports political violence and it barely utter a peep about the millions. The millions of jobless americans struggling just to survive through no fault of their
Becoming the Leader Your Business Needs with Suzanne Simms
"You think about leadership. Many business owners are going okay. I got a lot of things. I'm not good at. We could delegate. We could find people that could do it. I could get good at it. Why is it so key that we take on the responsibility of owning those things as leaders well to me. There's one specific thing that you should reinvent yourself if you're not good at or maybe maybe a couple if you are if you're a leadership at a high level in your organization or you're the owner the ceo you need to be able to cast vision for your organization if you are the type of leader who is overseeing operational things that are crucial to your business growing. Then you've got to be good at date hails and opera and operational things for me. I was very operational behind the scenes leader for years I don't like the limelight. Don't i've never seen myself as as vision. Caster and i was lucky enough that the leaders who reported up to me were very confident competent. Good leaders who. I was more than happy to let them get the credit for everything like they were out now behind the scenes very much directing them and giving them advice and growing them but like they were the ones out front that the company saw leading their areas and in two thousand eighteen my story is that day challenged me and in our operating board as a whole really challenged me during our annual assessment time that because what i lead. The areas of ramsey solutions i lead are the tip of spear into the marketplace. Things i lead are like the entry point. It's the first touch point consumers have with us so we call it the tip of speier for the rest of the organization. Because i lied those areas. I need to be out in front of the company. Telling the company where we're going so for me. that's something. I'd never done before. So i realized in that moment i have to reinvent myself i have to go from being just an operational directing leader to a visionary out front. That's not me being better at who i already am. That's me being a different version of myself It sounds like you're saying it. At that point you were becoming. The bottleneck realized as leader. You're kinda limiting division or was it. Yes but you know what when i look back on it. What i think was happening. I don't know if dave even fully realized when he said it or others but dave's dave scott this succession plan. He's building like there's a. There's a date somewhere in the future where he's not the vision caster for this company anymore. And he's looking around at us going. Who's going to be doing that. Who's going to be wearing my various hats. Well and he's looking at me going. You lead tip of spear vision needs to come out of you. Not just you know the people below you and he's come out of you. You're on the operating board. You are the next generation of leader Once i retire theoretically and so i think a lot of that was going on in his head because he was the one that called out the most blatantly that day. I think it's a big misnomer to say. That vision is a personality trait. You hear it thrown around a lot. I'm not a visionary. That's just not how i think it's not how i'm wired. They're certainly i believe personalities that that yield towards being more visionary. But i really think it's something everybody can develop. I agree completely. How did you develop this. You mention new muscles that you hadn't grown before especially with vision. I am a very collaborative person. I like to roll with posse everywhere. I go i I find their safety in numbers. But also find there's wisdom and counsel. And so i immediately pulled a big group of leaders together. There were thirteen of us. Total and i put them in a room as said. Hey this the operating board said. I need to flex this new muscle. I need to cast vision for this company. I don't know how to do that. So you guys most. You don't do that well either. So we're gonna all figure this out together.
Why Section 230 is under attack
"The Internet as we know, it depends on a couple of sentences. It's section two thirty subsection. C of the communications decency. act, of Nineteen ninety-six. And Tech companies and Internet freedom activists say without the rights prescribed in those sentences, the platforms will use every day facebook twitter youtube read it. They wouldn't have existed. That may sound extreme but defenders of the law have had to make a strong argument for keeping it the way it is. That's because over the last few years section two thirty has come under attack from both sides of the aisle section to thirty should be revoked the me should be revolt number one for Zuckerberg and other plants that's pretty foundational. Love the the modern. Race Internet exactly right and it should be revoked. was made new village just remove or totally changed to thirty. What I think we can say is we're going to regulate let's say provision within a regulated. Most recently, Attorney General William. Bar sent his own proposal to Congress about how to change the law and ceremony report here Rico is here talking about it Hey Sarah hate entity. To quickly go over what exactly section to thirty is, what was it meant to do? So section two thirty is the law that gives you know, Internet, platforms like facebook twitter reddit immunity from lawsuits about what their users post on them. So I mean if you post something on facebook that's libellous defamatory about somebody oh, that person can sue you for libel like they could sue anybody else right but then they can't sue facebook just because it hosted that content. So, basically, this dates back to the early days. The Internet you know the mid ninety s when Congress is trying to figure out. How to legislate speech on it, there was a core case where a judge ruled that an Internet service that had moderated its forums was there for liable for something liable lists that a user posted on it and that if they had it moderated it at all then they wouldn't have been responsible so that decision you can imagine. The effect at this, if it remains today would have had on your those services that either not allow any third party content at all in which case like facebook and twitter doesn't really exist. Or they would just not moderate anything. Section thirty was sort of this happy medium. Now, Senator Ron, Wyden co-authored it, and it basically said that Internet service could moderate the content its users posted on. and Be Immune from any. Civil lawsuits resulting from what those users posted and so what? Senator Ron Wyden said often is that it's like a sword and a shield, the shield being from lawsuits, and then the sword being being allowed to sort of moderate content. Guess what happened here you know both Democrats and Republicans seem to have objections with section two thirty. Why did this falso firmly out of favor? I mean a lot of people still do like I think especially the platforms that are protected by it but a lot of the arguments against it pretty much boils down to things. The first big reason is that there are websites that sort of abuse their immunity protections to host. Content that is objectively bad and harmful, and one example of this would be websites that had child sex trafficking ads on them which because of section two thirty, their victims had like no legal recourse. So a law called. The foster which was passed in two thousand eighteen removed immunity protections from websites or platforms that hosted. Child Sex trafficking ads basically. and. Then the second argument that we see a lot which is more conservatives make is that because of the huge part that these websites sort of play and how information spreads this companies gets a basically determined the speech that has allowed on those platforms and a lot of conservatives feel that they make decisions that sensor them and their ideas and their speech wall leading lot of progressive. Speech pass and they don't think that's fair. So they want to change the law in a way that means that those platforms have to moderate in a way that they believe is sort of politically neutral gotcha. So now there's this announcement from the department, of Justice Right Trump's department of justice for changing to thirty. What does that say is that sort of the conservative argument you'd expect Yeah I mean Attorney General Bar has really doesn't like section to thirty and kind of made it emission of his sort of all along to to make it do what he thinks it should, and so the latest thing here is a proposal for what legislation that Congress will pass should look like to to make section to thirty. More applicable to what the Internet. Is today he thinks. There's two parts of this and the first one this pretty like along the lines of system foster, which just adds a couple more types of content that are excluded from. The immunity protections that's like child-sex-abuse terrorism and cyber stalking. So it would remove section to thirty protections from an additional types of content, and then the second thing would force platforms sort of spell out their rules for Speier, allowed to say or not say apply them equally. 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Samsung's Confusing Note 20 Series - Earthquake detection, Pixel 4a First Look, Android TV update
"I'm Jason Al.. And I'm Ron Richards. And I'm Florence Ion. Yeah. Hello to the two of you and actually opening it up here because we do have the Brady Bunch on the screen to the three of you because welcoming to the show for the first time Damian wild video producer at night if five, Google also host of the night if I've daily Podcast, amy, I'm a big Fan. It's great to have you on the show. Thank you. Yeah. So. It's been a long time coming to come. See me previously vote. Funny. Even though this time zone differences but yeah, could be here. Yeah. I know for that. I had to apologize we often have guests on this show who are not you know over here in the you know the three time zones that we exist in here in the US or the four times rather So as a result, you are up at one am in the morning joining us him for that Oh i deeply thank you anyone who has to get up and sacrifice their sleep for this show. Thank you so much. No problem that is dedication. That's amazing. Thank you. Donnie award for staying up. On not to make it a race or competition or anything wind Matteo. Comes on it's usually like three or four PM. So his appearances happened to be like the absolute worst time but apparently, it doesn't seem to faze him that much. But anyone that has the sacrifice their sleep for a podcast like I don't know if I would do that. Well, actually I do know that I wouldn't because my podcast studios in our master bedroom. So, that would mean my wife would have to sleep in a different room and I'm not gonna put her through that just for. A race but I did do for am when I was in Romania that one time or four. jetlagged and that was my first night in Romania. So that was. Hard also works in the other direction because Jason didn't cover the Samsung of it last week. Yes. Yeah. What was that that seven am which is A sacrificing. And I was watching and solidarity because I was there with the kid watching you and listening to you Leo kind of. The show because you have a young one. So let's be real. You're probably up at least two hours prior to that anyways. So It's true. anyways. David it's really great to get you on I've I've follow nine to five Google. So closely, as you'll see in today's rundown, we have so many nine to five Google stories in here also partially because you're on and we'd like to. Work and everybody at your sites work when we bring you as on. So thanks for hopping on. We have a lot of interesting stuff to talk about. So let's jump in with some news. I can show you five new things that I can do. While now and curious not. All. Work. So cool. Thanks for that. I miss her so much I Miss Studio so much I'm not GonNa like it was definitely. It was a constant in my week that I really S. Well. anyways. While I'm missing the twit HQ, we can talk about five new things coming your android phone as was the big reveal this morning from Google. WE'RE GONNA quickly run through the five little things and then you know kind of talk a little bit about it afterwards. So the first thing is emergency location services are now available. For Eight hundred million people in twenty nine different countries, and this is actually a pretty big deal. So emergency location services, or E. L.. As they're known some places, it doesn't require hardware and he downloads or updates, and this particular ability is built into Google play services and will work for any phone running android four point one and up, which is great Some of the benefits of this include faster response times for emergency calls and better accuracy for location data. So if happened to need assistance, it'll be a little more precise than just relying on you know standard old location data. Second big new feature or earthquake alerts. Now you might be thinking, why do I care I don't live where you guys live in California, but might I remind you last week North Carolina had a random earthquake. So this probably is very well timed Now, android phones that can detect earthquakes with the android earthquakes alerts system. So it has its own name it will run an Android Pfeiffer, no devices, and above, and if you're in California receive earthquake alerts powered by shake alert, which is kind of the West Coast is program for announcing earthquakes I. Guess split-second before they happen basically duck and cover. TAP weight. Onto a little more at lighter updates to the ANDROID Speier android auto is getting a couple of new refreshed features so. Little more contextual information especially for calendar entries. So like smart displays, android auto will give us insight into the daily schedule calendar events and directions where you need to go based on those calendar events. You can also manage the preferences in the settings APP, which he didn't have much control over before. So now if you don't WanNa be bothered while you're driving, you don't have to or you can have all the alerts come out you because you're just a busy bee with places to be.
Sonos CEO tries to calm customers, says products will work ‘as long as possible’
"Josh did a write up on this in peace per this week And this is an announcement about Sogo. Soros us so goes so knows legacy versus modern products. And if you're wondering what that means if you're a sonos enthusiast rest and I'll just wave my hand in the air there or if you're frustrated with Sonos I'll just waved my hands in the air. They're they're classifying their products into two groups legacy and modern the modern products of course You know we'll continue to get regular software updates and it's interesting thing There's a kind of a list of the modern products and the legacy products and You know the the bridge. Ah The connect Made from two thousand fifteen the connect amp which was made from or the ones that were made between two thousand eleven. Two Thousand Fifteen because they continue to make the connecting the connect damp You know two thousand sixteen In later right until they came up with these sonos amp example that came out at the tail end of two thousand eighteen The first gen play five which I have And then a list of those EP Eighty Ninety one hundred one twenty which are fairly old but it was interesting because a lot of these products in some cases if you bought a connect Ampara connect In two thousand fifteen. You're going to be profoundly pissed off because it's essentially a four a year old five year old product. This point If you WANNA play five Jim one play five. That's a ten year old product and The the reason I'm bringing this up is You know this is this. Is You know sonos claims that they cannot get for a lot of pardons there's over one hundred streaming partners that Sonos works with this point spotify tied. All these would be the ones you might think about first audible something something like that But apparently the the the API software getting so complicated that they claim they you know a lot of these products these you know. Eight ten year old products next which respect with eight ten year old chips or at the edge of their capabilities at this point and they can no longer They can no longer kind of keep them running and or deliver the customer the user experience that she wants. And you know it's Frustrating strating would be one word for it if you own these products because they still sound fantastic They still work extremely well. They still seem to have. I've frontier purposes no delay when you start the product it's You know it's something we're probably GonNa see more and more of For these single use devices you know the register Got Really intense intense about this Thomas Kleber over the register dot co Dot. UK First of all like a lot of sites The idea that so if if I have if bald my stuff is modern like for example. Apparently might play three is new enough. You know. SONOS APP is new. And if you have the play one speakers which is what we've done a ton of our listening on Those all have enough processors to keep moving forward However the one play five we had which was perfectly adequate? Did a great job in our kitchen kitchen would no longer would aid. No longer received updates and be leaving in our network would prevent us from using Any of the Speier any of US figures network. I work from getting updated. And you know so SONA says they're gonNA give you the ability to Corentin your legacy gear You know the part of the reason I mentioned the The register article is because they pulled out some I. I think that that pulled out some quotes there. It is do you go In their Q.. Four Twenty Nine Hundred Ten k the financial filings were. Sony said quote we expected in the near term this backwards compatibility with no longer be practical color cost effective.
Rep. Jackie Speier blames Trump for harassment of Fiona Hill
"Until a congresswoman Jackie spear is linking the recent harassment of a key impeachment witness to president trump's behavior according to The Washington Post former White House Russia adviser Fiona hill has received obscene phone calls death threats and attacks from far right media since she testified before the house intelligence committee Congress woman spare who sits on that committee says the attacks are consistent with trump's conduct but he sees competent women who do not bow to him and kiss his ring he attacks them viciously spear says she's also concerned the president is surrounding himself with staff who have little foreign policy expertise and she criticized his most recent appointment to the National Security Council
'This is a very strong case of bribery' : Rep. Jackie Speier on impeachment
"The impeachment inquiry enters a new phase is weak public hearings they start Wednesday to individuals who've been deposed behind closed doors will testify in the nationally broadcast hearing ahead of the first public impeachment hearing Democrats are sharpening their language instead of quid pro quo California Democrat Jackie spear called president trump's handling of military aid to Ukraine very strong case of bribery and Republicans maybe trying a new defense Texas Republican next Thornberry told ABC's this week the president's actions may be inappropriate but I do not believe it was impeachable the first witness is the US ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor who texted his concerns about withholding military aid Erin to Turkey ABC
Full Trump Impeachment Transcripts Released For First Time
"And we begin with breaking news today the congressional impeachment probe is going public for the first time here is the scene in Washington is house. Investigators are releasing the first transcripts from their high stakes impeachment interviews showing the world what some witnesses witnesses testified about president trump's Ukraine cream clot you're looking at of course that House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff he was stepping out to the cameras here to recount damning testimony from the former ambassador to Ukraine and banned from Mike Pompeo's deputy at the State Department as one of the first witnesses to this irregular backchannel that the president establish with Rudy Giuliani the degree to which the apparatus of the State Department itself was being used to seek political information for a political local purpose by the President United States tomorrow we are scheduled to release the transcripts of Ambassador Volker earn a Bachelor Sunland and we will continue to release the transcripts in an orderly way Democrats say this orderly release ace of calls and transcripts and everything they have that is supporting the evidence will ultimately deal with the Republicans bluff and what they say are basically bad faith complaints about this probe and processed thus far democrats say that everyone will then see the same interviews the same allegations the same corroboration of trump Giuliani plot it's so concerned career diplomats army officers and other nonpartisan veterans now I'm going to go through right now just a few of the high points. Today's release provides four hundred seventy three pages of of new testimony and it paints a rebuttal to the emerging argument at trump's Ukraine mistake or plot with some sort of simple phone call or just an uncompleted request that's part of the defense that trump allies have lined up but here you have impeachment witnesses like a former ambassador saying Donald trump threatened her for her objections to that infamous July phone call recounting she was shocked and surprise trump would speak about me or any ambassador in that way to a foreign counterpart the point there is that this diplomat was concerned trump was acting more in concert with foreign interests in this shadow agenda then the State Department she details this by going on and showing how a now famous trump loyalist Mr Gordon Sunlen advisor to address these internal attacks on her by going political saying quote you need to go big or go home tweet out there that you support the president and then all these are lives and everything else well that is improper advice career diplomats do not go oh big on public political endorsements anymore than military leaders do both categories of service members steer clear of for example both parties political conventions engines that's just to avoid any perception that currently serving officials at the Pentagon or state are just political partisans then tonight we can also report report on new testimony about the intersection of this shadow foreign policy plot and the president's shadow communications arm because a Fox News anchor who shared a lawyer with the president whose name arose in the Mueller probe is back in the new transcript out tonight this ambassador details how Sean Hannity's attacks on her and his alleged support of aspects of Ukraine plot made it at the highest levels of the State Department where some officials called Hannity seeking any evidence to support basically these red hot allegations against her the testimony stating that these officials asked basically Fox News. Hey what's going on do you have any proof of these kinds of allegations or not and if you have proof tell me and if not stop press reporting can of course draw any kind of pushback or dialogue from the government that itself isn't automatically suspicious but impeachment investigators are probing the theory that this was part of the shadow foreign policy to hijack diplomacy for trump's reelection fox news itself as rebuked handy for for what you see on your screen his appearance at a trump rally which of course makes them look less like an independent reporter and more like trump surrogate so keep all that in mind when you go all the way back to march on Hannity's show which by the way doesn't usually delve into the names of individual ambassadors to all the different countries around the world but on that show they went in named named check this one you have a Novic and that looks especially interesting given what is coming out today that Giuliani and others were trying to oust her letter surfaced I from a senior member of Congress to Secretary Pompeo accusing the current US ambassador in Kiev a bad mouthing the trump administration we also now know that the current United States Ambassador Marie Ivanovich has bad mouth the president of the United States this woman needs to be called home to the idiots that's unhappy show that's trump's big booster lawyer Joe Digenova and that's what they were saying about the ambassador back in the spring we now know here's why I'm showing that tonight and why it came up in today's release testimony we know that wall does public attacks were occurring Fox News taking a sudden interest in a random ambassador Rudy Giuliani was pushing Ukraine plot and that's not all that Fox News Larry just saw there to Geneva who's making that case with Hannity he legally Wrigley represents the conservative writer who was pushing the same Ukraine plot so that's the context for this ambassadors testimony about what looks like a coordinated smear campaign not not only the ouster but to get a bribe out of Ukraine to help trump win reelection now the other new transcript today comes from an aide to Secretary of State Pompeo who criticized the administration for using the State Department for this quote to procure negative political information for domestic purposes and when asked about efforts to quote us the State Department apartment to dig up dirt on political opponent Kinley responds in thirty seven years in the foreign service in different parts of the globe and working on controversial issues ten years back in Washington I had never a scene that I'm joined now by former Federal Prosecutor John Flannery Hawke a former White House and State Department official administration Good evening to both of you know what is the level of significance of these of these disclosures in your view and how unusual are they given your experience to have any of this going on inside the State Department and it's fascinating in a very period reading a political thriller Type Way and it's completely out of line line with how we usually run national security and diplomacy efforts what we're really seeing is how the president and a day by day basis was effectively extorting a foreign in government to be able to advance his own political interests renal damage was a was a career official who's doing her job as best as she knows how she's been trained to do and and Giuliani and his goons that are sick on her to try to make her bend to do the president's specific political bidding that's what we're seeing in the transcript I also find find very fascinating how trump's twitter account has really filtered down to the lowest and highest levels of diplomacy on the same day in which president trump trump there's accounts of how his staff was trying to do a fifteen minute delay and his twitter account suddenly the same day we see a transcript that says an ambassador has to tweet her loyalty and praise of the president is all about his own personal ego and not about the security walk us through what you're getting at there because obviously there are people people are welcome to go out and say whatever they want about great any politicians right people in public life in America the political arm the campaign arm you're saying ah we mentioned earlier in our reporting that the State Department like the Pentagon is supposed to be totally walled off from that and this is the part where we talk about country over party it's actually actually part of the service agreement that Foreign Service officers at the State Department who are the career diplomats military officers over at the Pentagon and the armed force who says they are supposed to be advancing the interests of the country and the policy there is a layer political appointees who tried to steer the ship and the direction that the president may want they're usually work together in concert and not against each other but at no point is it supposed to be praised the dear leader this is what we think it is about praising America America independent whoever holds the White House John Let's stipulate that these officials who many of them we've noted are are bipartisan experience. Say this is terrible terrible bad reform policy people might get fired over it that's all of the policy personnel side but this isn't just that level this is a higher level today these I transcript we've seen tonight ever in the impeachment probe do you see anything in here that hits the higher level of evidence of a high crime yes the thing thing that I was interested in that I didn't realize because I didn't focus at the time when Hannity referenced the Congressman He referenced Congressman Sessions from Texas You may remember that he was the target of the two associates of Rudy Giuliani to receive funds to write the letter attacking advantage so in a moment ago you were talking about kind of the the the rat's nest of how these people are all intertwined gentleman I don't think he said S. maybe I mean I was thinking when you were saying it but so what I see is a connection here and it goes back I like all compulsive lawyers here's I read at least the beginning of Ivanovich testimony and at the beginning of the Republicans who wanted to be in the room we're in the room and they did everything they could to be dilatory into the delay what was going on unsuccessfully but on top of that gave us a sense of what she was going through over there and how they were spreading word that she I was saying some people shouldn't be prosecuted which was ally and this goes back to November of eighteen and coming forward so this is a long campaign and Rudy Giuliani was in there from the beginning as we've learned from other witnesses so I think that th the pieces are here and people fairly read the transcripts all this they saying about could pro quo goes away and all we're faced with bribery and extortion and misconduct but by many more people just talk to John you're saying these transcripts alone we're not up to everyone who was on the call this isn't that part that's not the first hand account of the call the investigators investigators are saying they're releasing as they go but this part you're saying provides what part of the bribery plot well what it provides is we have to get out of the way somebody who would prevent ah rural rudy from doing when he wants to do which is to create the situation for the president to have an easy pass and the twenty twenty election having having them announcing bogus investigate only I'm only slowing you down because there's so much happening here Before I got another lawyer I'm going to bring in with you as if my first lawyer you're saying basically if the briefcase briefcase bribe is getting the Biden investigation some of these diplomats were hearing from now where people in the room who would say don't do that we don't do that and so we're seeing the part of the conspiracy tonight according to these transcripts were first those people had to be cleared out of the room then you bring in abroad yes that's and it looks like they were they were working on parallel tracks but she was always a danger because she was a straight shooter and they he didn't want a straight shooter and they wanted to be rumbling around behind the Green Curtain doing what they were doing both for apparently Rudy's own personal bank account but also oh to help the president get this dirt on Biden and that became especially true in July when he was polling better Biden with polling better in the Democratic Democratic primary opponent both these stay with me as promise I wanNA bring in another lawyer in one with tremendous experience Roberts General Counsel at the NSA senior roles at CIA and Defense Department good evening to you sir a good evening Sir I put the same question to you and without profiling you too much a part of your job is to look at this from the perspective of the Intelligence and security agencies to give you know the tie would go to them typically on your day job right give them a benign nine view of or at least a defense of what happened given your experience in that and you look at what we're seeing in these new transcripts do you see a way that this breaks towards the trump administration or does this look well over the line to me this looks well over the line as a lawyer whenever I hear about a complicated case I always try to put myself in the position of defense counsel what is it that I would argue and I don't see it here and you know the people have objected to to the quid pro quo perhaps because it's Latin a much easier good old Anglo Saxon word is bribery and it's actually mentioned in article two section the three as one of the high crimes and misdemeanors this was an attempt at bribery. Do me a favor and I'll give you four hundred million dollars in military sorry aid yeah you laid out congresswoman Speier who's on the Intelligence Committee making a similar point that you raise their the idea that we are we are looking working potentially here at the allegations of a bribe here's what she said I think that you could make a case for bribery now and I think that discussion needs to be seriously developed and considered because there was an effort to to try to get something of value from misters Alinsky the president of Ukraine Robert how important is it if the Democrats are moving towards making that case and she is on the key committee here that's releasing these transcripts to show that this was a larger plot that there was a premeditated strategy as John and I were just discussing to get anyone who might object out of the room and then
"speier" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"General correct obviously in any investigation you could have certain certain feelings about different people involved in it but also be truthful and as you've seen the president and on Fox News folks sieze on the fact that this person was is not a trump supporter it was enough to make it into this document but as you said and as we've noted inspector general found the allegation Gatien to be certainly enough to pass it along and this intriguing detail that the inspector general actually as part of his investigation talked to some of these other White House officials who were described by whistleblowers potentially corroborating witnesses. Did the J do that himself to see if a team of investigators who can go out and do that well. I'm not sure who it was. The I G or the investigators but this is Z. Full Blown Investigative Office. They are in charge of looking into these types of allegations. Not just you know at let's say the NSA or the Pentagon throughout the entire intelligence community remember this is the institution that had to look at Hillary Clinton's emails several several years ago Michael Schmidt one of the part the New York Times reporting team that is broken yet another scoop on this story Michael. Thank you for coming. It's really good to have you. Thanks I want to bring into the conversation. Now Congresswoman Jackie Speier Democrat from California. She is a member member of the House Intelligence Committee as well as the House oversight committee as such. She would have been afforded the opportunity today to see this complaint Carson. Thank you so much for being here. I appreciate you making the time. Thank thank you for having me on. Were you able to view the whistleblower complaint today. I know that it was made available to members of your committee. Yes I did review it in in its totality and I know that I am not going to push you at all to try to make you talk about classified things that you cannot talk about but I want to ask your own personal reaction to looking at that document your sense of its importance and your reaction to it. Rachel I can describe that complaint as nothing short of explosive it is so much more than the summary of the telephone call that but has been presented by the White House as evidence and I'm not even in a position to say that that was at all involved in the complaint wait until it is actually declassified but I can tell you that I was stunned by the breath of the complaint and and the details with which the whistle blower expressed his concerns now the inspector general did find that it was both credible and urgent and in the fifteen months since he has been appointed by President Trump he has never found a whistle also blower complaint to reach the stage of being urgent but he has in fact transferred all of these whistle blower complaints to the committee committee as have previous inspector generals as well so he was handling this by the book and it was the Director of national social intelligence that turned the tables on him in terms of that urgent designation that you just described their that's striking that this inspector general hasn't found other complaints to deserve that that specific designation can you help us understand what that means. Does that mean that if this complaint is not addressed. There's there's an urgent risk of national security harm to the United States is that is that what that means or some other technical meaning in this context no you're. You're absolutely absolutely right. The term is defined in the statute but it does speak to the impact on national security you and the risk to the United States so it met that classification you'll hear from the acting director of National Intelligence Aginst tomorrow at your committee. We're all very much looking forward to that live testimony at nine. Am from what you have seen in from what you understand about how this progresses the relationship Asian ship chain that publicly available phone call those notes from that phone call that we saw today the complaint that you've seen the what you've heard already from the inspector general the expected elected testimony from the do you expect that we the public are ever going to know the contours of what really happened here and what this was so blower was trying to raise these red flags about or is this something that is always going to be mostly classified and we're going to have to gasset now. I don't think it will be mostly classified because in fact most host of which the whistle blower described he believed was unclassified so I think a good portion of it will be made available the rest of the members of Congress into the public at large It's really important though to ask the director of National Intelligence when you have a statute that requires you after seven days upon receiving from the Inspector General a credible and urgent whistleblower complaint why he didn't automatically send it to the House Intelligence Committee and the Senate Intelligence Committee somehow word got to the White House House or to the attorney general and I guess one of the questions we need to ask tomorrow is why did he contact them or was he contacted by the White White House because they had somehow got wind of this. That's seems like the sort of thing that should be sort of clarify -able at that testimony Congresswoman Jackie Speier from the the state of California member of the House Intelligence Committee Congressman Really Looking forward to that testimony tomorrow. Thanks for helping US understand it in advance tonight. Thank you all right joining us. Now is Senator Chris. Murphy Connecticut sits on the Foreign Relations Committee. I specifically want to speak with Senator Murphy tonight because he recently met with the Crane President and visited with Ukrainian government officials in Ukraine and has some unique insight here senator. Thank you so much for making time to be with US tonight. Thanks a lot. Tell us where you're at right now. On this story given your sort of unique subject matter expertise in this area and one is unfolded over the course of this last forty eight hours. What do you make of this moment that we are in what Whoa way back. In the spring. I started to hear these concerns raised me by my Ukrainian contacts that the trump administration through John Juliani and perhaps perhaps others were engaged in pretty substantial pressure campaign to get the new president's to turn his administration into a vehicle for the president's political advancement an attempt to try to destroy the president's political opponents and so I think what we've seen in this transcript this morning is really just is the tip of the iceberg and though I haven't seen this whistleblower complaint I guess that it may provide some really alarming context to how how comprehensive this effort was to try to enlist in the Ukrainian president a in the president's twenty twenty reelection campaign and so when I went to Ukraine I raised this with the president with President Zelinski. I told him that I really was not in Ukraine's interest to get involved in the twenty twenty election. He assured me that they had no interest in doing so but it now seems as if the entire US Ukraine relationship over the past several months has been viewed by the President President as simply a mechanism to try to advance his political interests and that's likely why this becomes an urgent national security concern because because the focus of our relationship with Ukraine prior to Zilenski ascension to the presidency was around sending a message to Russia that their aggression the region would be met with a firm response from the United States by turning it into just a mechanism to try to help the president's reelection that is a grave consequence to US national security. Now the president tried to drag you into this today by essentially claiming that your contacts with the crane government your discussions. The president's Alinsky themselves should be seen as improper which is sort of weird what aboutism accused you of having threatened the government of Ukraine. I I have to ask for your response to that. Yeah I mean that's an interesting jain trick by the President to suggest that I'm engaged in corruption because I'm telling the the Ukrainian government to not succeed to the president's corrupt requests for them to interfere in the two thousand twenty election. No I'm very clear about what I said to the president and Ukraine Ukraine. I told him that if he's talking to the United States you should be talking to the State Department. He should not be engaged in conversations with the president's reelection campaign and if he were to do that he would damage his credibility globally and in the United States that undue interference that is a recommendation that the government of Ukraine stay out of politics which is really good advice for any foreign government so I stand by that belief and would say it again and if I had the chance to talk to the Ukrainian president you mentioned at the top of our discussion tonight that you feel like this may be just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what was going on here between the trump administration gratien in this what appears to be corrupt effort to enlist this foreign government and helping the president get reelected. I know that you were very reluctant to come out and say that you believe the president ought to be impeached on this on any other matter but you recently came out and said that despite that early earlier reticence you really do believe that impeachment different proceedings are warranted here given that and given what you know about the circumstance. I wonder what you think about how the house should approach this should they just approach is this discrete issue of the president asking a foreign government for help with his reelection campaign and just say it's basically done and move on and impeaching him on that or do you think at this should be sort of a toehold to investigate these issues more broadly to try to bring all of this stuff to light especially if you think there's a lot more here well. I think we have an interest in expediency. The president only has slightly more than a year left on his term and so I would like to see a process in the house that works as quickly as possible and I do believe that if the president is shown to have used his office in order to try to get a foreign the government to interfere in the two thousand twenty election that in and of itself is impeachable and so you know I I leave it to the house generally decide the scope of this inquiry but I don't know that you have after go much beyond the events that have been uncovered in the last several days and I frankly think that there's a lot of questions that need to be asked just about the extent of this corruption remember. Mike Pompeo's did this weekend you know he can't tell you if members of the State Department itself were not involved in this pressure campaign their reports today that are on Voi- for the US Ukraine the Ukraine Russia dispute Kurt Volker may have been and involved so I think there's plenty of investigation to do here. This may be enough for the house to take on itself if those other officials were involved. Do you think that impeachment proceedings should be brought against them. Listen you can't be serving in the United States. Government is your chief concern is trying to trade the reputation nations the United States to reelect the president and so if there are any State Department officials who have facilitated this campaign of corruption then they need to resign or they need to face consequences occur. Volker is a widely respected diplomat. Somebody who did lots of work for years with John. McCain he has been charged with trying to press the Russians to step back from their invasion of Ukraine..
"speier" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"The Democratic Party hacked itself that is how Roger Stone is trying to beat his felony charges in court just this past week the judge in his case throughout an effort to suppress all the fruits of the search warrants in his case because of Roger Stone's claim that all those search warrants were based on false allegations against Russia and Russia's innocent and crowd strikes lost servers and Ukraine might explain all of I mean this is an off the deep end claim it really is not working for Roger Stone in court and it's not working in the court of public opinion either. Russia really did attack our election crowd strike did find that Russia attacked the DNC servers but after crowd strike found that then all US intelligence and law enforcement the agency's found that to the attribution that Russia was responsible for the attack was the basis for a twelve person indictment against Russian military intelligence officers Robert Muller caller in the real world. There is no question that Russia attacked the two thousand sixteen election to benefit Donald trump but in the world that just unfolded to us today in the middle of this impeachment scandal president trump not only admits to doing what the president's are now going to impeach him for not only concedes seeds that he went to the government of government of Ukraine to try to get dirt on Joe Biden ahead of the twenty twenty election. We also learned that he is trying to enlist Ukraine to help him in this effort to exonerate Russia for their attack on us in two thousand sixteen to get what Russia did wiped off the ledger somehow. Why are they going back to this. I understand that president trump might want to try to cheat in two thousand twenty using another country to try to win reelection. I get get like why he might be doing what he did toward twenty twenty but he already won back in two thousand sixteen why go back and try to make it seem like. Russia didn't help him win. There's a few rationales that you might gain out. I guess they could be trying to help. Roger Stone's defense the president could also just trying to create a new revisionist history where his election in two thousand sixteen doesn't have an asterisk on it because of Russian interference to try to help him win but I would remiss. I'd be remiss if I did not also note that there's one party. That benefits is trump. If trump is able to get this done and that's Russia Russia's still denies having anything to do with the two thousand sixteen ECKSTEIN election interference part of the reason they still deny it and they can't admit to it. They can't even brag about it as much as I'm sure they'd love to. It'd be is because they're two thousand sixteen election. Interference is led to a whole bunch of quite serious sanctions against them that are really bad for their economy and that they really really want lifted. There's no way they can get those sanctions lifted as as long as the. US government still officially blames Russia for having interfered and trump's election and trump apparently trying to enlist Ukraine in in trying to disprove that Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen election and that is just what we learned today tomorrow the the Director of National Intelligence will be testifying an open session on live TV at nine am eastern. He is right in the middle of some of the most intriguing stuff here that we don't yet understand about what has gone wrong..
"speier" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Representative Jackie speier response to testimony from Michael Cohen on Capitol Hill. Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort learns his fate today. I'm Elliot Francis. Treatment of migrant children of the southern border is the focus are we putting children in cages. I'm Linda Kenyon. Washington are Kelly's interview on CBS this morning. Stuff prompts reaction from parents of an alleged victim disturbing. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. At that story. The use of drones after natural disasters becoming increasingly popular in the US. I'm Clayton Neville our scandal plagued Facebook going to win back the trust of its users. I'm Tom Busby. A house. I'm Jim Bohannon with more coming up in a moment. All ahead on America in the morning. It's seven after Michael Cohen has provided the house intelligence committee with new documents reportedly showing edits to the false statement, he delivered congress in two thousand seventeen democratic congresswoman Jackie speier was at yesterday's hearing. His testimony was both revealing and explosive on yet another level that was different from what it was during the oversight and government reform hearing last week, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is scheduled to learn his sentence for tax and Bank fraud today. Correspondent Elliott Francis. Following detail seven months after his conviction on tax Bank fraud charges. Paul Manafort will learn a sentence. An Alexandria Virginia courtroom longtime political operative who advised US president says one was foreign leaders for decades. Basis as much as twenty four years in prison stemming from his lobbying work and the millions. He made from it in Ukraine, and none of these charges involve as work on the two thousand sixteen Trump campaign and have nothing to do with Robert Muller's main task a special counsel. I'm Elliot Francis. Eight now after the hour the administration's treatment of migrant children at the southern border was a key focus yesterday on Capitol Hill. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story. It is an emergency. Homeland security secretary Kerstin Nilsson speaking to a house committee saying the influx of migrants at the southern border could overwhelm the immigration system. And Nielsen says it's up to congress to do something about it. This is a true humanitarian crisis that the system is enabling we have to change the laws then things got a bit testy. Members of the committee began to ask secretary Nielsen questions about the separation of families and the detention of children at the border. We still use in cages for children. That's Representative Bennie Thompson, the chairman of the house homeland security. Committee Sheldon or processor, the border facility stations that you've been at some of the cages, sir. They're not cages what areas of the border facility dot are carved out for the safety and protection of those who remain there while they're being processed. California Representative Ninette baragan question. Nielsen about how many children have died while in the custody of US customs and border control. Or so far this year? We've had three as you know, in VP custody so far Madam secretary. Are you expecting more children to die? And that's when it really got heated. You let kids be separated without tracking them, do you know, how rage status? Madam secretary in the Senate Judiciary committee focused on the deaths in December of two of those children detained by border protection. Officers Senator John Cornyn questioned US customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan. Is it your fault? If they happen to die in your custody. I believe our agency did everything they could to help these children Senator Lindsey Graham who heads this. Senate Judiciary committee says the treatment of children will remain a top priority. But he added the deaths of these migrant children are symptomatic of a much larger problem we are facing a crisis at the southern border. In the meantime, the Senate is poised to vote on a resolution of disapproval already passed by the house, the resolution aims to stop President Trump's declaration of nationally emergency a move that would allow him to take funds not appropriated by congress to build his border wall that vote put Senate Republicans in a bind as they're left with the choice of whether to oppose their president or stand up for the constitution, which says congress not the president has the power of the purse. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It's now ten after the Cook County Illinois sheriff's department took R&_B Grammy winner R Kelly into custody yesterday following a hearing on unpaid child support it happened a few hours after an explosive interview on CBS. Steve Kastenbaum explains. It was outbursts like this. During our Kelly's interview. You on CBS this morning. Stuff..
"speier" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Probably one of the one of the hardest hit t- communications consultant who worked on the Trump campaign. He has been harassed had had his daughter's threatened one of the worst threat. Somebody told him that the Jeffrey Epstein rapes his two daughters horrible. They have told him that. I mean people have threatened to urinate on his head threatened to kill him. It's been terrible. And they've also harassed his quiet. He runs up your business and because of the harassment. He's businesses. Probably lost fifty percent of its revenue laid off half the staff they've closed an office. It's just a nightmare. One of the quotes. He gave me the story is his legal costs from the Russia from all these meetings with molar and house panels, probably run about two hundred thousand dollars, but the lost opportunity costs to his business and his reputation. He estimates to be three times that receiving with Jeff more doc Justice department reporter at the Washington Times, he's written a piece about the collateral damage that's been caused by the special counsel's probe. Speaking of Mr. Caputo. You referenced that the California congresswoman Jackie speier had had I guess refer to him as an image consultant to Putin. And he says that has caused a lot of problems. She doesn't care does. She know she doesn't that was one of the most interesting things that I covered in this article during a tearing she referred to win has fled macoutes image consultant. That's really what spurred the threats against Michael Caputo. And you know, he has pointed out that he's written several op EDS. I mean, he sent me. I bet he wrote just a few years ago in the Washington Post about criticizing Putin is atop Putin critic, but she called him to image consultant that spurred all kinds of threats. I asked him about it. And her response was stunning response about the.
"speier" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Election nearly two years ago along the way he has found plenty of wrongdoing. Mr. Muller has filed more than one hundred public charges against thirty four individuals and three companies, but he also has left a lot of collateral damage in his wake Jeff more dock at the Washington Times says people who have never been charged have endured endless harassment crippling legal bills and collapsing businesses. Jeff, what do we have? We have is. I talked to witnesses in the Russia investigation. And that's very important that these people are witnesses. They're not they're not under any not under any threat of being charged to not targets of the investigation. They're not subject to the investigation. They're just witnesses, and Dave outlined to me is just terrifying. They've been subjected to endless death threats. Dave been subject to mounting legal bills. Businesses have collapsed because. People are threatening their clients they're trapped in a nightmare. And they're not even the these people are not even the central players in Robert Muller's Russia investigation. Let's go through a couple of these names. Give me like a thumbnail of who this person is. And then what's been happening Carter page Carter page was a adviser on the Trump campaign. He's an expert in Russia. He's also somebody who showed up in the dossier that was paid for by the DNC compiled by Christopher Steele has never been charged with anything. He's never been any evidence. Linking him to rush outside of trips that he's made which is part of it for his gas and oil business that being said he has just since his name as appeared before Senate in investigations, he has gotten death threats his oil and gas business has collapsed. Legal bills are just melting. He's been getting steady calls from this number in Oklahoma. And he's asked the FBI repeated. To look into it. And they keep blowing him off. Goodness gracious. Michael Caputo, Michael Caputo was probably one of the one of the hardest. Hit. He was a communications consultant who worked on the Trump campaign. He has been harassed. He had his daughter's threatened one of the worst sweat. Somebody told him that they hope Jeffrey Epstein rapes his two daughters horrible. They have told him that threatened to urinate on his head threatened to kill him. It's been terrible. And we've also harassed his quiet. He runs up your business and because of the harassment. He's businesses. Probably lost fifty percent of its revenue. He's laid off half the staff, they closed an office. It's just a nightmare. One of the quotes. He's he gave me the story is his legal costs from the Russia from all these meetings with malware and house panels, probably one about two hundred thousand dollars, but the lost opportunity costs to his business and his reputation. He has to make me three times. We're speaking with Jeff Murdoch Justice department reporter at the Washington Times he's written a piece about the collateral damage that's been caused by the special counsel's probe. Speaking of Mr. Caputo, you reference that California congresswoman Jackie speier had I guess referred to him as an image consultant to Putin. And he says that has caused a lot of problems. She doesn't care does. She know she doesn't that was one of the most interesting.
"speier" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"We're gonna talk Jackie speier democrat. I know that's what you just heard me say that. On the second on Wednesday. And you're going to join us at ten thirty five Brandon life story, she has a new book out that she's talking and all that. But it'd be interesting to get her perspective because her star will rise to a new level once Pelosi you can company take over in the house representatives on the third. You say you were talking to a democrat. That's right. I talked to Dick Morris earlier, he was a democrat. Sometimes still is. But oh, Jackie speier is going to be on with this, and nobody Jackie's firemen spear one of the things she's survived that Jonestown massacre because she was working for then congressman Leo Ryan who was killed her name names. Just a horrible thing that whole mass suicide massacre, but she lived to tell about it. So there's an interesting story, and then we can agree to disagree and a lot of things, but we'll get to have a sneak preview on where she thinks it's going to go. There's still a slight possibility. What Pelosi's not let me she's not officially speaker till they reconvene. So she's still trying to shore things up. But anyway, lots of lots of fun coming up next week live and local here AM seven sixty talk. And breaking news miles him all is local as it can get down hanging out the convention center heckling assignment, how'd you pull that one? That's right. Well, I've got to hustle back. I'm in for Slater. Like you were saying, yes, I they told me they come down and work. You're all I've done is eat cookies go in a Jeep. And then I went and saw the Ford ranger, and I'm like, wow. This is pretty neat is really cool. Did you think it's driving? No, I didn't because I had to hustle back. You know what else? I saw Mark. I saw the mystery machine from Scooby doo, really. So not only, you know. I mean, there's the serious cars. And if you're here to look for a new car, this is the place to be. But then you could also, you know, like, I said if you've got the kids come down they've got that they've got some old school cars as well. And then I went and walked us during last break saw Lamborghinis and saw the Ferraris and all of that. And that that was pretty pretty cool site. Well, do you have time to do anything else before you? Feedback. Are you following all of the posted speed limits when you come back to the studios here? No, no. This gets me wrapped up. It's like they always say if you go to we used to go up to Fontana to watch the NASCAR race, and then the people exiting the parking lot. It was like Daytona five hundred everybody gets revved up. And then out of the inspired like. It's like when is up at Tahoe and robbed on snowmobiles a couple of days ago. And you just all of a sudden you think you're the king of the world or Queen of the world. And then you realize just how crazy it can be. But it's fun. Just like the San Diego International Auto Show. So yeah, it's down here all weekend long. And I know you're talking to some folks as well. So I'm gonna hustle back. Now hustle back. You'll see miles in the unassuming. He's stealing another one down there because the auto show was a big deal. So thanks, and then the road east come in later this afternoon, thanks files. Yes..
"speier" Discussed on Amanpour
"So the former navy seal Dan, credential, a newly elected Republican is coming to congress as Texas's youngest Representative and he's joining me now from Houston. Welcome congressman to the program. Thank you for having me. Great to be with you. You know? I just want you to follow up on what the congresswoman Jackie speier just told me would you also support and fight for this. You know, make sure there's no longer impunity and hope people accountable on one of the most corrosive elements in public life. These days central abuse and harassment. Well, it's about personal accountability. So yes, I think that was a good measure, and I think it was bipartisan in nature. Absolutely. So tell me your reaction to last night. Obviously, you're a winner. You saw the Senate firmed up and increased its its Republican Shah last night. What are you feeling about divided government? Well, we we can't sugar coat it. It's going to be harder. I wish we have kept the house. But it was looking like we were gonna lose it. And we did I'm glad to see us gain some seats in the Senate, but we are moving into a highly divided political environment, and of course, divided government. And so the Democrats are saying at themselves they're going to use the next two years to to to what they call hold accountable. But it's really just endless investigations on the president. I don't know if that's really what our country needs. I don't know if that's healthy. We do know that they have a very different direction that they want to take the country. They want more government intervention in your healthcare. They'd have said they wanted to raise taxes. We'll see if they actually go through with that. I would like us to find the things that we can work together on some of those have been listen just in the last fifteen minutes, and let's work on those. And let's do what's right for the American people. So congressman on congratulations congressman elect would you would you agree with what has been said on the program already? And what actually President Trump said? Issues of infrastructure prescription drugs. I'm maybe even somewhere down the line a rational immigration reform for this country. Do you think that that those a workable going forward? I think so on infrastructure. Of course, we always ask the question. How do we pay for it? I'm very fiscally conservative. So we have to keep in mind. The the the the burdens that we wanna place on our children, and our grandchildren, but doing it infrastructure in this country. Yes, I mean, one of the big issues in my district in particular is a flood mitigation infrastructure. I need to be able to work with the army corps of engineers to make sure that we have another hurricane Harvey event. Historians are going to be protected. So this probably some room to work together on that I would add job training and apprenticeship programs looking for private public partnerships on a way to to to expand middle skill labor in this country. I would add that to the list as well and prescription drugs. Absolutely. We need to lower the cost of prescription drugs. The president and the current congress has actually been doing a lot working towards that goal. And I see no reason why we wouldn't continue to do. So before I get to the sort of attempt to bring the country together and get your take on whether that's possible. I want to ask you about. The political climate in your state. It was pretty extraordinary. I I don't know whether you agree. But that better overall as a democrat in such a red state did actually do as well as he did he didn't win Ted Cruz did. But how do you analyze you know, what happened? Yeah. I I won't sugarcoat this one either Republicans did have a tough election night in Texas. The reality is he he did not win. The other reality is is that I did feel like I was running against beta this entire time and not necessarily against my opponent. He ran a very strong campaign. He's charismatic. He's likable. That being said, you you could flip this around and say, despite the fact that he's so charismatic and so likable. He's still didn't win because it's Texas. I think Texas values haven't changed. I think what I'd like to do. And in my goal is moving forward or to give the Republican party and articulate voice for our values in Texas and make sure that we do keep Texas red..
Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions
"Vast sections of the northern island rocked by the intensity of the typhoon known locally as Hong eager to avoid a repeat of typhoon Haiyan that claimed more than six thousand lives in two thousand thirteen the government deployed assets in aid early. The preparations are credited in part for the comparatively. Low death toll president Rodrigo Duterte thanked disaster. Officials and tours the worst hit areas Monday, Julie McCarthy, NPR news Manila. Good news today for residents of Massachusetts
Supreme Court nominee steers clear of Trump criticism
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Employers in the US added two hundred one thousand jobs last month as the nation's jobless rate held steady unemployment remained at three point nine percent. That's near an eighteen year, low hourly wages rose and are two point nine percent higher than this time a year ago. Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah house says that's significant wages are rising at the fastest pace. We've we've seen this expansion. And so I think that's a straight of of the fact that the labor market is in fact, tightening and workers are getting a little bit more and their take home pay. The job gains were spread across many industries.
"speier" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"All right we're back off that short break off the people off to get the new song pool of the next year so an expert with coal showcase speier and this is something that we also the burry have you got a special beer that you have got out that's that's just coming out will you wanna is a special release maybe it's a limited release or something like that so in this case we've gone from gold on doc which is really good i like that what are we got hit who's gonna tell us about this john john john oh john ringo the other day hurt that talking about this the other day and i don't understand why nobody ever says where's george always works he's dead all right he's not wrong dismay with migratory this one is called this one is called seventh evil x seven evil what is it is it a stout it's a no it is it's schwartz pierre schwartz spear white into site so the sauce about german translation is just black beer basically so it is it's something that we that we were playing around with as a dark beer to put on the list that would play in the summer now that's not to say that you know porter's stoute's don't blame the summer but we were just thinking about putting something on that has all the all of those sort of st and dark malt characteristics that a porter or stout would have but also is undergoes a lager for mention and a logging conditioning processes well so it's made the same way as you know most lager beers are using german lager yeast but the gris bill self is a lot more akin to what you would find in a in a porter or stout so we it has hopefully all of those same sort of qualities but maybe with a little bit a little bit of a cleaner lager like finish to it so i'm getting a very nice kind of chocolate aroma yeah how how do you get those types of aromas into biz i mean people will come along and say hey i bet you use a black bali right right what's the secret well it's i mean the the roasting process for certain certain types of malt is similar to the roasting process for cacao beans so you get an as well as coffee which is why a lot of times when you drink dark beer you get coffee you get cocoa the roasting process brings out a lot of similar flavors out of all of those things so we use certain kinds of malt as a matter of fact a lot of chocolate malt in this beer so that's that's gonna lend itself to to a little bit of that chocolate flavor there's a lot of really great ways with dark beers to get that chocolate flavor without adding chocolate but of course then adding chocolate sort of kicks it up and really out rounds out that chocolate flavor that you have in their directs your taste buds a little bit more towards it but with this we just it's it's all it's all dark mall that that gives you that that that chocolate aroma and flavor of you have thought of doing an english mile because oh man the one you know you're getting a lot of roasting something like that in it he's the lights alcohol louis yeah we absolutely have we haven't we haven't had the chance to yet we did a we didn't esp last fall but that's what it was called that's an extra special bitter okay and the name of it was now ped what was what now had knob had i put it on not only do people in this room that deck out that reference we had to explain it to everybody else in fortunately so emily when naive opened up the burry you know how you how you trying to reach beyond the hot call bid drink and pull in you know let's say the general public people who haven't had across want to try it out i think you know again that's that is a big part of what we do through education so we actually host classes here that we that we curate right now i'm teaching a bunch of humbling classes over the summer it's nice weather for it we did we've done to begin classes so far i'm doing a an all classes coming sunday so that's one way during the fall and the winter we do sort of styles like tasting classes and in that's one way of doing it and we just tried.
First marijuana-derived drug is on the verge of approval
"Etf's president trump is calling again for strong immigration laws are people are actually doing a very good job handling got very difficult situation but this is a problem that should have been self years ago while the president's spoke in nevada democrats i california congresswoman jackie speier were visiting shelters that are housing immigrant children they were sleeping on concrete with mylar foil and that is a situation in which they were required to be in for two days speier says she doubts any families are being reunited in iowa a railroad official says more than a dozen drilled oil tanker cars have dumped some two hundred thirty thousand gallons of crude oil into floodwaters and some of that has made its way to nearby rivers and in saudi arabia where it's already sunday saudi women have hit the roads for the first time following the kingdom's lifting of ban on women behind the wheel i'm jan johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the washington post reports that drug to help patients have fewer seizures is on the verge of becoming the first drug approved by the fda to be derived from marijuana in april and advisory committee unanimously recommended approval of the drug for two of the most severe types of childhood epilepsy and the agency is expected to render its decision on wednesday the medication is an oral solution containing highly purified cannabis oil or cbd which is one of the scores of chemicals in the cannabis plant it does not induce euphoria the european union says it will continue a tit for tat esscalation in its trade dispute with the us the eu commissioner in charge of jobs and growth told the french newspaper le monde in a story posted today that if president trump applies new tariffs to european cars as he threatened this week the block would have no choice but to react earlier this week the eu imposed tariffs on three point three billion dollars worth of american products in response to tariffs on its metal exports turkey is lapping additional taxes on everything from imports of cars to whiskey and rice from the us in retaliation for new us tariffs on steel that according to an official documents seen by bloomberg cars manufactured in the us will be brought into turkey with an additional sixty percent duty well alcoholic beverages such as jack daniels whiskey will face tariffs of seventy percent saudi arabia promised to act to keep oil prices under control energy minister khalid al follow signal to reporters today in vienna that are real supply boost approaching one million barrels a day is on the way to global markets the comments from alpha come after a lastminute compromise overcame iranian opposition west texas intermediate was last quoted at sixty eight fifty eight a barrel global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg i'm barry ritholtz you're listening.
Protests and facility visits in Texas amid immigration confusion
"Westwood to protest the trump administration's use of ice agents two separate families who entered the company country illegally the protests come in spite of the president's executive order earlier this week ending the family separations police say there are extra patrols in place no arrests have been made but protesters were able to get onto a loading dock before police pushed them back onto the street protesters say they plan to camp out all weekend but pressure on the administration to enact fair and just immigration policies more than twenty congressional democrats have toured a border patrol detention facility in texas california representative jackie speier says the us needs to come up with a better system to handle families with immigrant children they have predated some of these children as you would treat a criminal you're put in a cell the first place that we visited had nothing on the floors they were small children many of them under the age of five speier says the process should be taken out of the criminal justice system and put into this social services system candidate for governor gavin newsom has picked up another endorsement as he aims to avoid a dip in the polls there's some spin collecting support from his democratic competitors in the primary state treasurer john chong announced his support for newsom during an appearance at philipps in chinatown we need leadership that understands on a daily basis the power of affecting change newsome says it's important to shore up democratic support before the general election match with republican john cox it is incredibly important that this party unify and so that's really the spirit of why we're here and just down the block earlier in the week former la mayor antonio via goes announced his support for newsom.
"speier" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"Yeah violence of action go hard now that's what he's talking about he calls it promptness we don't call it recall violence of action from drill these maneuvers which enable us to form in the twinkling of an eye and from this that speed in all cavalry moments so again when i got to the seal teams they didn't say hey you need to learn to be able to move in the twinkling of an eye i wouldn't have been would have been now about violence of action this that's what's important as that was talking about cavalry now he talks about on foot as for the rapid step of the infantry and the attack it is not it is not the greater or lesser number of dead that decides an action but the ground you gain it is not the fire but the bearing which defeats the enemy it's not like the the the shooting that does it it's how aggressive you are and so now there's a caveat to that which is like fire superiority is a real thing and if you've been on the wrong side of fire spirit you're not winning anything but if you get aggressive than that is the one of the most powerful things on the battlefield and that's exactly how you overcome when when you're with someone else has speier firepower on you or fire security on you the way you overcome it is by aggressive action by not someone to flank and and do something aggressive move that's what you have to do that's what you get out of there and they taught us that's another thing they all so you get ambushed you get someone's got fired spirit what do you do you attack that's g you attack.
"speier" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"That screen you can see even though it's dark screen there's a little flickers of light actually occurring and different places on the screen sometimes it's off to the right you see a flicker and sometimes off the laugh sometimes down way down to the right sometimes some rolling around the center maybe in both areas at the same time left and writers green or north and south but what's really funny as these little almost like lightning bugs bouma light comes on and then there's like a trail of white and then it disappears all against this black somewhat irregular surface screen that seems to come in and out of focus just like the little lights that what's really neat is that you can as you learning to breathe deeper and as you take a deep breath you recognize that these little little flickers alike can actually call a less like can actually coalesce into the center right there into the center of the screen and if you watch those little whites actually connect into the center they don't sit still they sort of like rotate and they sort of roll over on themselves and then roll over to the right and roll over to the left and they all don't even move the same direction as sort of comes more into the center of that screen as you look more focus manner towards that beautiful you know light surface appearing there it's sort of goes into focus and then out of focus into focus out of focus it's fine just sort of enjoy that there's sort of a little speier they're like dot it can be infinite tacitly small than it can get a little bigger but what's interesting is that it rotates and it doesn't stop it keeps moving a little bit laugh a little bit to the ride a little bit on it's axis in towards north towards the south it never seems to be the same size.
"speier" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Me at the ball mmhmm a third of thirty three three with grief language you're team listen you say mcshea kua for rob swiss six speier so he could make you clean we in the.
"speier" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Did he did he curse at your your colleague congresswoman jackie speier i've said enough the muller investigation is looking into whether russians illegally funneled money to the trump campaign did you see any evidence of that at your house intelligence committee investigation again we are pledged not to reveal the evidence that was presented to us unless by prayer agreement the transcript would be released but as i as i have also said you many times before where there is smoke there's fire and there's so much smoke you can't see the hand in front of your face we should be reminded a why this is important of foreign government interfering in our sovereign exercise of of a free open and fair election it's a violation of federal law and it ought to be prosecuted to the fullest extent we will know that our reaction to this is working when russia's stops their behavior which they haven't and the best pathway to get to that frankly is put the squeeze and put the hurt on the olive garcs who will then go whining to vladimir putin we had to adopt the sanctions against the oligarchy that congress adopted last summer we ought to adopt the sanctions that my own disarm act which i introduced last month in which by the way gathered seventy co sponsors in a matter of forty eight hours as i recall we ought to adopt those right away we ought to prohibit their travel to the us we had our freeze all their assets in the us we ought to curtail their access to financial institutions throughout the world so they go to putin and say stop this it's hurting us in the place that we least wanted to hurt us which is our pocketbook congressman denny hack thanks so much for joining us you're welcome sir all right let's follow up and bringing in our experts as we follow multiple breaking stories including president trump now breaking his silence on stormy daniels saying he knows nothing about his attorney michael cohen's one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment to the porn star just eleven days before the two thousand sixteen presidential elections danna basha he was asked specifically did you know about the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment to stormy daniels you gave a very tight answer.
"speier" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Speier night on a hamburger and then watch the victim i like in the bed and then huge strangle we've got quite after their last win because he's just a very i have the clock and guys like long plays workhorse stands when they have gardens come in don't seek a warm duel but he can one look the tackles we get to work will get picked hopes one of the people he kelce and he off while tell look story night he goes to kind of constitution mold well twelve then he goes well we have heard not watch you know question he's trying to get and that guy you won't so freese yeah moe hit the rambo got you know and he i interview it begins there it is and it a good well right yeah it's vocal coach he looks well oh i we tight every single one year and every night what i mean well if he can all seen it one being investigated and then i believe ben later water right we had lobbied lock of black watch he sticks you one you know i do any big asian little went from twenty models you know board over you know is to make sure that we needed bitch i needed that i didn't get should this particular case so i like overplaying ever wish locker room once since been they need a break it you know i think it was cause julio calling and i didn't really live on them you know what i was doing this investigation bradley been one our when you he's we really miffed by our maybe ten miles where he was an do partly dredging up couldn't what that mean like every time at the sloppy at that super marketing caress gil you could with anywhere well last question for you brother it says in the books i got to ask you because we've had we've had sal the box are michel you know so we'll but says is the he's the first guy to roll our young guy the for the hair went small time up he was right around the corner for my office with miss relocation plan had two sons play profession.
"speier" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"Use the bathroom speier booth because those are insane you know what right back with another ones i don't think that that because there's like parent of twenty stalls in there yet it's a huge bad him but you go to the like if you just go behind the scenes either return you to walk anywhere this drank of as a center there's a giant ver customs with nobody in them it's really scared approach up as drop side and walk to the jay domi marry go there and then there's awful starbucks month acting mention yeah they just amigo i thought side and the word downtown la admit that so cops it's not minutes per was here that's another thing if you're going to stand la stay maybe in the numbered streets right near the convention center don't really really can be but i just lots of era being be is that there was a year get wrapped is probably the guy two thousand eight meaning there we just saw naked do just walking down the street yeah just on a good day if there's some off there's are not ready here i did hurt also will tokyo it's right downtown on tuesday you can stand in a cool japanese hotel and this year any three yup all rights under talk about what we've been playing who would like to begin knew all share with they've been playing yes bright i'm playing me oh yeah i'd outdoor i guess yeah it's so i think it's super in the last souls game even though i got really hawks by but born i think it just felt it was just a little too slow for me and i'm very little to sort of methodical where is nea feels a lot like yeah actual combat yet actual rolling so you know it's not yet the same way yeah it's just a little like i love it and i love the a static i love that part direction i love the challenge i think the bosses or gorgeous like all that's over so cool actually playing it is it was just a little too slow for me it was like listening to like a record just with rpm slower than it should be and he has a totally different story it feels like a sam right.
"speier" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Go online mostly with a picture in their minds their ideal of instant physical attractiveness when you are doing link dating because this it's a vast multitude of people you think well why don't make just go from my exact correct but it's a physical type why don't like oh for the person who's going to be it before me physically to and i'm i i and because there's so many people you can hump for that exact tight but what are you searching for you're searching for cheek a kind of sleep over and it be sacked busy that nothing to do with the human being underneath that that's not saying like meeting somebody in person face to face you much start talking with somebody who you think isn't quite your type but something about her makes to laugh coming about him makes you feel warm and safe and you start developing offensive attraction but based on who the person really is very hard to make that happen and online dating because of our mind dating night people to happen to this question cool might immediately most attracted to all right now where total look for the person to attract and then hope that they share our values and if the end speier us buddy who they are well it's not smart to do with the play we need to place inspiration on the same level or even a higher level than we place immediate physical attraction it says a.
"speier" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"They still been very well so speier on a cord with just a fails and that's something out there that it didn't want to cut the just because because do yeah just because it was a car stalled yeah and that i don't large failure i don't think that if filled in for early nope there are people who have insurance now that didn't have it before i mean that's a fact so that the that's a step in the right direction i think the republican they're doing knee jerk should they just one oh make sure obama has no like if because they hate him and i think it's a big fucking mistaken the other thing i think is that they're probably it what it comes down to the net threatening are not really got to do it because they're fucking with their own constituents it's like tom with fade about the call minor through waking up and say well wait a minute i think they will probably do something it where they can announced that they get rid of it but they didn't actually get rid of it if government programs what they get rolling it's hard to get one stop he will but talking about get great a photo security for years that that's ever happened and i don't think it's going to happen with the affordable care act but if great talk with you guys that's really but all i have to face comment and thanks for given your ears thought of a theater good to hear still a great call from ball club you i i really appreciate the call stink you guys no i know won three thousand tom that is gonna tell goal number we're talking about the fact that the government is getting rid of obamacare also known as the affordable care act how do you feel about i know you think you've heard there's before but the p ones have their own opinion different and that means you know i know one three i'm tom even call was here right now.
"speier" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"You're here for them we're doing speier in form and connecting community monthly knows this is business rock stars on pavel brand ethan century as our guest the ceo of deal struck you know when he didn't play that makes a mistake iu in their face another phase but i mean i he won his guys as tries to correct any wrong early the try to correct long's early you know our company is not sixty sixty five people on so a lot of those sort of it errors or wrong decisions happen i didn't find by one of my managers i think the key for me is to use it as a learning opportunity to be able to take that and coach someone to do it better the next time i mean i don't i never mind mistakes happening once but i minds and being repeated right right in other words you know line a mistake we don't like incompetence correct that's why but i needed to position that was your favorite the super hero caution my favorite superhero and when not much to comic i don't know the superheroes i guess i like the energizer bunny it's not really superhero but i was in from how we chris ivory me you are now when i was look at he's going to go innings that's what you've got to do the ceo of the unknown more commanding nobody else had the best cost him there was a back and marlette this the you've got to those positions stayed their new company deal starks growing unfortunately not as much as i should do and i think most ceo that certainly i you live with the concert fear that it you know could all fall apart at any moment no matter how successful your how far you've gotten you know the journeys never done in an so you never knew it tar to take a foot off the gas into perspective i think you know when you things are all said and done at some point you may look back and and feel good about it but later and you just keep the blinders on that said the biggest challenge this is so there are not really know you know not try to portray was not knowing but you it's such an honor unknown rolled up their yeah you deal with a lot of uncertainty and and you know i think there the biggest challenge related out is your consulate getting from ation your constantly dealing with surprises and you know to be able to never get too high when something good happens another get too low in something bad happens this is important just you know take information is fact and try to react to it it's actually as you can and people watch action to the reaction of others right and yeah more more so than then and even aware now yeah com they don't have blinders on he must move.