35 Burst results for "Stephen Miller"

House Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 10 former White House aides

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

House Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 10 former White House aides

"House investigators have issued ten more subpoenas closer to Donald trump's inner circle as they investigate the deadly January sixth capital insurrection another batch of subpoenas has gone out seeking documents and testimony from key insiders like trump's press secretary Kaylee mac Anne and his senior policy adviser Stephen Miller the panel alleges Miller helped spread false information about alleged voter fraud and that McEntee was with trump as he watched the insurrection unfold and spoke that morning at a rally lawmakers are working to find out more about what trump is doing and saying as his supporters violently stormed the U. S. capitol the panel's now issued more than thirty subpoenas and has interviewed over one hundred fifty witnesses Jackie Quinn Washington

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Right-sizing the force: Army offers armor for smaller troops

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Right-sizing the force: Army offers armor for smaller troops

"The army is trying to make smaller soldiers more comfortable by rolling out new body armor sizes in basic training years ago captain Kim here is the more it was issued a medium sized protective vest hang on which made the basic tasks hard we like pick up and that tell them not what the media you reserve complaints from both women and the smaller man the army's work to develop combat gear that's a lighter and it fits better band is now issuing armor into three more sizes small sharks fall short small ball lieutenant colonel Stephen Miller in army product manager says the vessel also allows soldiers to move there in sort of a armor plates for a better fit Sager made Donnie Washington

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This Is Why Joe Biden Uses a Fake White House Set

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

This Is Why Joe Biden Uses a Fake White House Set

"Why does joe biden. Keep on going to this. Fake white house set when he actually is in the white house. It's really bizarre. One thirteen why go to the trouble. The have a white house. We'll stephen miller spent the last four years in the white house as an advisor to trump. And here's his explanation for it because he would know quote. The reason biden uses this bizarre virtual set for televising meetings and not an actual room like the east room. The cabinet the oval the roosevelt room etcetera a lot of rooms. The reason does this is because it allows them to read a script directly from a face on monitor and without teleprompter glass. That can be seen on camera. So who's in charge. I haven't heard enough people say this but it's so clear that obama's running the country.

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Michael J. Knowles Criticizes Biden Admin for No True Vetting Process

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Michael J. Knowles Criticizes Biden Admin for No True Vetting Process

"Right? So Jen Psaki gets up at the podium. They left their people behind in Afghanistan. If you after pledging they wouldn't right. And she says, Well, we can't let those planes leave because we're not sure we can vet them. So I'm thinking in my head, Michael, I'm like All right, So we have American citizens, But I'm sure somebody knows who they are. Maybe just take the chance. We'll get him to the military base and figure it out there, right? No, no. Vetting is a big deal to them. So then Stephen Miller tweets out this new CR this budget where the Democrats want to bring a bunch of Afghan nationals over and basically dump all the vetting. So I'm thinking maybe the hostages should just declare their Afghan nationals renounce American citizenship and come on over your your thoughts on that. Well, it's already happened. I had a brilliant strategy because we've we've brought tens of thousands of Afghans over. We've had people who were previously deported. Arrive at Washington Dulles Airport. There was a man who came to the United States from Afghanistan before the year 2000. He was here in in the year 2000. He was deported. For rape, and now he's made it back on. I guess there wasn't much vetting there. There were people who were on the terror watch list on the no fly list in the UK who arrived from Afghanistan there. I guess it wasn't a whole lot of vetting going on them. But when it's American citizens, then it's a different set of standards. And I think the key to understanding what's going on here because we we talk all the time about the hypocrisy of the left the hypocrisy of gem sake and Joe Biden. But it's not hypocrisy. It's hierarchy. It's a different set of rules for the left than there is for the right a different set of rules. Foreign nationals who are coming into this country, in some cases, many cases illegally than it is for Americans. That's what they're playing by. And so when we try to shame them with hypocrisy. I mean, it points out the illogic of what you're saying. It points out have disingenuous and dishonest. They are, but they don't care. They know that there's a different set of rules. They're the

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Could the Disaster in Afghanistan Have Been Averted in 2001?

All In with Chris Hayes

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Could the Disaster in Afghanistan Have Been Averted in 2001?

"Matter whether you were for or against the war in afghanistan. I think most observers agree that the way it's been brought to an end has been a disaster. The taliban is again in control of the country and in addition to political power. They've got their hands on. Us supplied military equipment including guns ammunition and combat aircraft. So we all agree. It's bad right now but did you know that was a good chance we could have maybe avoided all of this. That's because in december two thousand one. The taliban seemed to be on the verge of striking eight deal with the afghan government to surrender. This was at a time when the taliban itself said they were finished as a political force but donald rumsfeld the secretary of defense at the time rejected the idea and when asked about the possibility of such a deal said quote. The answer is no he wanted. An unconditional surrender. How did that work out just to be clear. No one is saying that afghantistan would have become piece floor. Violence-free only that we wouldn't have spent the next nineteen years fighting an unwinnable war more than twenty four hundred. Us service members were killed in afghanistan. So we're an estimated sixty six thousand afghan military and police and more than forty seven thousand afghan civilians over four hundred eight workers and more than seventy journalists all at a us price tag of two trillion dollars that the bush administration failed to end the war. Early on is one of the many gross mistakes that they made including allowing osama bin laden to escape afghanistan according to a senate report from two thousand nine bin laden was quote within our grasp in december two one but the administration let him slip through their hands quoting from the report the decisions that opened the door for his escape to pakistan allowed bin laden emergency potent symbolic figure who continues to attract a steady flow of money and inspired fanatics worldwide. The failure to finish the job represent a lost opportunity. That forever altered the course of the conflict in afghanistan and the future of international terrorism. That report came out twelve years

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Stephen Miller Analyzes How Biden, AG Garland, and the Left Are Controlling the Narrative

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Stephen Miller Analyzes How Biden, AG Garland, and the Left Are Controlling the Narrative

"Of black lives matter also anti Semitic, both of them anti American trying to overthrow the country. And he doesn't mind mention them as grave domestic terrorist threats. And yet look at what they did to our country during the course of the summer, and you didn't mention What is F B? I told him, which is 60% of hate. Religious crimes in this country had done against Jews, mostly Orthodox Jews, and it's not done by neo Nazis. They're bad enough. Don't get me wrong, but it's done mostly by Relatively recent immigrants from the Middle East, as well as African Americans in Brooklyn. Why is it that he doesn't mention these things? Stephen Miller. Because for the left control over the narrative is everything because if if your narrative is that the biggest problem facing the American people Are radicalized white citizens. And that, of course, empowers you to do all kinds of things that you want to do throughout the government, including things that you know my organization America first legals involved in litigation on like critical critical race theory in government discrimination. And awarding some people benefits and taking benefits from others based on skin color. It's the narrative that is the moral predicate further whole agenda and also make the point. Everything is really important. When we're talking about domestic terror. I would say that what is happening on the streets of Chicago, by any definition is domestic terrorism gangs running rampant running wild Murdering people in broad daylight drive by shootings, killing woman killing Children happening on our streets That's domestic terrorism and under his department of Justice. Well, those people will not get any help. All over the world in foreign countries. People can come here by the millions and claim asylum. So the government is failing in its most fundamental duty, which is to take care of and protect our own citizens. Now That's a

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Rep. Matt Gaetz denies relationship with minor

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

02:00 min | 8 months ago

Rep. Matt Gaetz denies relationship with minor

"Somebody leaks to the new york times that Congressman gets was dating a seventeen year old and may have paid for her to take a trip with him. I have no clue about any of this. How could i possibly know. I don't know mr gets very well. I met him couple of times. I don't all right. So i cannot wait in on the story the validity of it. I can tell you. I know why it was leaked to destroy. Matt gets because all you're going to see. Is that big headline. So gets himself. Goes on television which i think was a mistake and puts forth his side of the story. What he should have done was had an attorney with him the he i don't mind him i should say don't mind. It's effective for. Someone accused to give his or her side of the story. But you should have attorney with you. Who can supply data. Okay gets into that should but one of the reporters for the new york times shows up on. Msnbc of course and says this go basically destroying in blowing up the fbi investigation which is in itself. Something you would think would be against on interest. You would think that he would be wanting to work with the fbi and you would think he would want to keep this quiet. That's just so disingenuous woods. She destroyed the fbi investigation that reporter and two others. She broke that story based upon an anonymous tip so now she saying on. Msnbc lester holt. Well we can do it but gets can't defend himself.

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Biden administration faces challenges at U.S.-Mexico border

Here & Now

03:49 min | 9 months ago

Biden administration faces challenges at U.S.-Mexico border

"A new development in the ongoing effort to reunite some 500 migrant Children who are separated from their families under the Trump Administration, zero tolerance policy at the US Mexico border. Biden administration will now allow families who were separated the option of being reunited here in the United States. Here's Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas yesterday, stressing the need to undo Previous administration's work. We will dig out of the cruelty of the past administration and we will rebuild our nation's asylum system. And all of our humanitarian programs of which we have been historically so proud. Jacob. Sober off is an NBC and MSNBC correspondent and author of separated inside an American Tragedy, and He's been following this story and joins us now. Welcome to the show, Jacob Good to be back with your time you thanks. Yes. So the most significant part of this effort is that it allows families to be reunited here on U. S soil. Why is this especially important? Well for the very reason that the families left their home country and came to seek asylum in the United States in the first place. Many of them were fleeing danger, persecution of starvation, malnutrition, acute food and security. The list goes on and on and when they made it to the United States of America, the place that represented safety and security and asylum. They were tortured. In the words of physicians for human rights. They were put through government sanctioned child abuse, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. It was one of the greatest human rights catastrophes of my lifetime, In the words of official who had worked on the reunifications, as he told me directly, And so this is the recourse that all of the advocates and the lawyers that I've been working with these families now for over three years. Have been seeking and it's welcome news. It's not reunification yet, but it's a step in that direction. Let's get to the particulars. How will these reunification efforts actually work? How will families know about these policy changes? Literally door to door knocking and Central America. There's a steering committee in the federal lawsuit that won the reunification of the family's missile versus ice on their going door to door justice in motion the women's Refugee Commission kids in need of defense. This is a group that has been involved in this process for quite some time. But up until this point. The reason there were 611 parents of Children who had been separated, had yet not been contacted That numbers now 400. 99 after 112 of them have been found over the course of the last month. The reason it's been taking so long is because of a lack of willingness from the federal government under the Trump administration to participate in this process, and the Biden administration has now changed that. Okay. I have just under a minute with you. But the C l U and groups like physicians for human rights have applauded these changes. But they're also calling on actors involved in these separations to be held accountable. How How would that happen? I think it's the most critical, remaining unanswered question about the family separation tragedy. I really think that that's you know what it must be called, Um, you know, the president said during the final presidential debate, he believed this was criminal. He said he was gonna launch a thorough investigation of the Justice Department. There's plenty of evidence of who was responsible for this policy. Whether it was Jeff Sessions Stephen Miller, Jean Hamilton, Kristine Nielsen. Kirsten Yes, Excuse me. That list goes on and on as well. It's a matter of whether they whether or not they want to pursue an investigation, like the president said that they would Jacob will have to have you on again. Jacobs Oberoth is NBC's correspondent and author of separated Inside an American Tragedy. Thanks for joining us, Thanks.

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Trump aide banned from Justice after trying to get case info

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Trump aide banned from Justice after trying to get case info

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a trump aide has been banned from the justice department and official installed by the trump administration as a liaison at the justice department has been banned from the building three people familiar with the matter told the Associated Press Heidi stirrup was told within the last two weeks to vacate the building after top justice department officials learned she was trying to collect insider information about ongoing cases and department work on election fraud the people spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the matter stir up a top ally of trump adviser Stephen Miller had been quietly installed at the justice department as a White House liaison a few months ago Mike Rossi at Washington

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Michael Steele, former RNC chairman: 'Donald Trump is the biggest block to the American Dream'

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

06:51 min | 1 year ago

Michael Steele, former RNC chairman: 'Donald Trump is the biggest block to the American Dream'

"Michael steele. Welcome back to the podcast. It would not be election day without you here. I'm going to ask you the same question. I always ask you but instead of at the end of doing it at the beginning. Are you still a republican. Absolutely yes even more. So and why. Because i really appreciated the number of republicans who have served inside the administration who recently left the administration to come out and say that this is not us. This is not what republicanism is is not what conservatism is. They agreed to stand with us in the center of the town square to declare our independence of trumpism and our resiliency in fight against it. And i appreciate that. Because i know it's not easy. It's not an easy thing for them to do. So tells me that there is a vibrancy left inside the party. And i think that we will find more and more of that vibrancy in the weeks and months ahead now. Those means won't be a fight. There will be a fight. Trumpism does not leave his host that easily and we know that i've called for political. Ima and i think the party's gonna need one and very happy to administer it so obviously i ask you that question all the time this time. I've asked the question because you've joined the lincoln project which has become you know a hero to people within the democratic party and certainly a lot of people who don't like the president because it has been unsparing in its criticism to put it lightly. So let's talk about the lincoln project and why you decided to go from. Being part of the establishment of the republican party is a former chairman of the republican national committee to joining an outfit. That's doing everything to defeat the standard bearer of the party right now president trump. It wasn't as hard transition as well may think because if you follow any part of my political career in the dc area you realize establishment was not something you would use to describe me out your very own newspaper and i have had bills battles so for me. It wasn't that big a move. Because i've always argued against a lot of the very things that checked off a lot of the then tea party. Now trump kind of conservatism. Because it's not really borne out of anything anchored to some of the core. Things at the party's articulate. And he says this really annoyed annoyance with the system the way it is and so a lot of us have always come spoken to that and saw how it would ravage. The base in many respects transition was not that hard for me to move off of it but it was made even easier. By the fact i watched how family in different the party was to its own existence. How profoundly indifferent it was to its own value system and how profoundly indifferent it was to the men and women who have served honorably and well from president to the door knocker on a campaign carrying that banner raising high that gop flag only to have it pissed on by donald trump and those who enabled him inside the party so for me that moment joining the pirate ship as we like to call it over at the lincoln project was easy because it was hanging out with kindred spirit who understood what this fight was about. This is more than just. Oh trump trump is bad for america. This was there's a lot of stuff that's going on right now. In america that is bad for america and we wanted to show that and speak to it and the party labels did matters. So a susan collins and lindsey graham. We're going to get just as much of a hit as donald trump or stephen miller. So it's important to understand what this is about and certainly what it is not about it is about first and foremost country has always been that and will always be that. And as i think. Steve smith and read jalen and rick wilson and others have noted when we get beyond this cycle which we hope will will result in the election of joe biden then we will begin to dismantle the deconstruction of the administrative state. That was put in place by steve bannon and and ryan's pre-bus on behalf of this president and maybe bury it in salt the earth with it where it's buried so that we don't have to go down this road again and yet here. We are at a moment where the president still has a fifty fifty shot of being re elected president of the united states. I mean from your vantage point just as a political tactician what would it say to you about where we are as a country and who we are as people if president trump is reelected. And that's the core point. I'm glad you raised because at the end of the day. All of the mac nation politics aside this ultimatum about how people see themselves and how people see their future in how people regard the values and the principles in the ideals of a fledgling nation. We are still a fledgling nation. You considered a great nation of the world who've been around so five six times seven times as long as we have who've weather storms far worse than we weathered but you know we have that hit me yet. Knowing that history we still fall into some of those same troops in most same. Trappings and his does speaker lot. Jonathan about how we see ourselves. We have in some respect be combination of victims and we are so angry at other that we've been project back on cells victimhood meaning while i can't because of them i don't get because of them my son and my children won't because of them. Well okay. let's start with that. That's not what this country about. There's not one slave or immigrant who's come to the shores. Who said that. Well i can't because the native americans

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No, social media isn't biased against conservatives

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:31 min | 1 year ago

No, social media isn't biased against conservatives

"Yesterday the CEO's of Google facebook and twitter testify before the Senate and a hearing that was supposed to be about a fundamentally important Internet law called section two thirty. It's about liability protection for tech companies. Instead, the hearing ended up being about how much power big tech companies hold and how they wheeled it. Republicans accused social media platforms of Anti Conservative bias Democrats said, platforms aren't doing enough to curb the spread of disinformation. It went about like this Mr Gordon. Who the hell elected you and put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report and what the American people are allowed to hear issue is not that the company's before today are taking too many posts. Now issue is that the leaving too many dangerous post up. That was senators, Ted Cruz, and Ed. Markey and we now have none other than marketplace tax molly would here to talk about this and I asked her. Is it true that tech platforms have an anti conservative bias? There is no evidence to show that platforms have an anti conservative bias, and in fact, there is research as of this very week that says that facebook actually. Promotes right wing content to the point that it is its own sort of right wing echo chamber, and in fact, Kevin Roose at the new. York Times set up basically an automated system that every single day posts the top performing links on US facebook pages in the last twenty, four hours and every single day. The vast majority in fact are from right wing new sources. It does though stem from argument that I've heard not just from the right. But also from the left that these companies do wield a lot of power, they can take whatever they want down and that people want to know why you know when it happens that they should be more transparent with their their moderation policies and processes. How much common ground is there on that I mean, that is absolutely true. These companies should be more transparent about how their processes work and unfortunately because they have not been over and over and over it's basically open the door to the kind of frankly posturing and performance that you see every time these two use appear before Congress and it's only gotten worse I think that that would be. In some ways, a fairly easy fix. These are our rules they are enforced consistently and with regularity, and that would end a lot of these arguments but unfortunately, the platform so far have not done that now in the actual last days before a presidential election, they're kind of scrambling in front of all of us real time to figure out solutions and it's obviously not working. No one's happy with it. One of the other issues we heard about brought up mostly by Democrats was about disinformation specifically about how much responsibility tech platforms have to take it down. What did we learn once again, we didn't learn much from. All of the shouting but I think what we're learning is that increasingly this conversation which a lot of people believe is about section two thirty and this liability shield of the tech platforms have related to what their users post is not actually what this is about. It's about disinformation and so far we've seen proposals from the GOP to alter the way that section two thirty works that would arguably punish platforms for not allowing disinformation to spread. and. Then on the other side of the equation, you have certainly Democrats but also researchers, academics, journalists saying these companies have allowed disinformation to spread to a dangerous degree and they need to do more to stop it on both the advertising side and the content side. Here's the thing that is a little bit tricky to discuss a lot of the time when conservatives in Congress say that conservative content is being censored. The content that they're referring to is disinformation. They give you know frequently the example of the commentators diamond silk who have had their content taken down because it promoted misinformation around the corona virus as one example, and so we find ourselves in this tricky position where increasingly there are there people in the GOP who are embracing? Cunanan, in back just this week, Stephen Miller the White House political adviser reportedly told journalists that Abidin administration would enable widespread sex trafficking of children that is a Q. and non talking point is conspiracy theory that has spread on the Internet and so because we're in this moment where we're right before the election where disinformation has played a huge role in the two thousand sixteen election and in elections since it is really impossible to separate the politics. From the conversation around speech particularly when so many of these talking points are impact themselves misinformation or did. Researchers. Just re re released evidence that president trump himself is the single largest source of misinformation around covid nineteen in the coronavirus, and that makes us a tricky conversation to have because it feels partisan. But if you agree that truth is truth and certain things are true in certain things aren't then it is sort of a nation that has to be had.

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Stephen Miller becomes latest White House aide to test positive for COVID-19

Big Al and JoJo

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Stephen Miller becomes latest White House aide to test positive for COVID-19

"But after White House aides, Stephen Miller tested positive For covert 19 Yesterday, Miller Mary depends. His press secretary who was with Pence. The vice president's office now seems to accept the plexiglass Benson's office saying the vice president tested negative today for Cove in

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Stephen Miller becomes the latest White House aide to test positive for COVID-19

Democracy Now! Audio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Stephen Miller becomes the latest White House aide to test positive for COVID-19

"Well as president trump continues to battle covid nineteen from the White House after leaving the hospital on Monday at least eleven White House officials and their aides have tested positive for the virus the people around him it's more like two dozen. On Tuesday trump's anti immigrant senior adviser Stephen. Miller became the latest high level official to announce a positive test. The disease has also reached the highest echelons of the US Military Joint Chiefs of Staff Chair Mark Milley, and several other senior members of the Pentagon's leadership are quarantining after the vice commandant of the U S. Coast. Guard Admiral Charles Ray tested positive

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Stephen Miller, senior White House aide, tests positive for coronavirus, officials say

MSNBC Morning Joe

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Stephen Miller, senior White House aide, tests positive for coronavirus, officials say

"White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller is now the latest White House officials who test positive for covert nineteen. He released a statement saying he last tested negative on Monday afternoon and that he tested positive yesterday. Well, that's more information than we're getting from the president who will not tell us when he lost tested

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White House senior adviser Stephen Miller tests positive for coronavirus

WSJ What's News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

White House senior adviser Stephen Miller tests positive for coronavirus

"Another of president trump's top aides has positive for the corona virus senior adviser Stephen Miller says he self-isolating, but the full spread of the virus inside the White House isn't clear. Here's the journals Gordon Liu bold. He joins now several role more than a dozen or so top officials within the White House who have tested positive and our now quarantining I should say though that that does not include because the White House won't disclose information all the other White House staffer housekeepers, the valets and all the other people keep the building going on a daily basis and how many people those people have tested positive. In addition several members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff went into quarantine on Monday night after attending meetings at the Pentagon with a coastguard. Later tested positive

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Trump Covid post deleted by Facebook and hidden by Twitter

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Covid post deleted by Facebook and hidden by Twitter

"Today facebook and twitter had to take action against Donald Trump Stupidity facebook removed claim by Donald Trump today but the seasonal flu is deadlier than the coronavirus twitter labeled that tweet misinformation. Donald Trump's stupidity is deadly as of type the United States has reported seven, million, five, hundred, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, four cases of corona virus including the president of the United States. And as of tonight, this country has suffered two hundred eleven thousand, nine, hundred and forty, four deaths from corona virus that number does not yet include. Anyone who attended the trump White House spreader event that preceded the reported infection of the president three. Senators. Chris Christie Kellyanne Conway now Stephen Miller and others.

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Stephen Miller latest White House adviser to test positive for COVID-19 in Washington DC

Mac and Gaydos

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Stephen Miller latest White House adviser to test positive for COVID-19 in Washington DC

"Stephen Miller, President Trump's senior advisor and speech writer, has tested positive for Corona virus. A senior administration official says Miller had previously tested negative. White House officials have tried to contain an outbreak of the White House that has infected President Trump the first lady and more than a dozen other aides and associates. His wife, Katie Miller, who serves his communications director for vice President Mike Pence, previously

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"stephen miller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Stephen Miller, announcing his diagnosed today, saying he's working remote and we'll be in quarantine for several days. Several others have been tested positive for the current virus since the president came down with it last week. And now to our cave became newsroom and Taylor Martin thanks Kiddy legendary rocker Gene Simmons is responding to the news of world famous guitarist Eddie Van Halen passing today, the case basis said on Twitter. His heart is absolutely broken. Simmons went on to say Eddie was not only a guitar God, but a generally beautiful soul. Kitty. All right, Taylor Martin there. Thank you. Well, in our news of again here, going in depth family leave in California has changed. Jennifer shot with Shaw Law Group Breaks down What's happened with S P 13 83. And this is huge, Kitty. Previously you had tohave 50 or more employees. To be covered by the California Family Rights Act, which maintains that employers give up to 12 weeks of protected leave, meaning they cannot fire somebody for the employees own serious health condition to care for a family member to bond with the new baby, whether through adoption or foster care or birth. And also for various other reasons that are related to military service. That law has been expanded now to include the military service but to cover employers of five or more employees. So every employer who has five or more employees Is gonna have to provide this 12 weeks of leave. So think about the difference between an employer who has 50 employees an employer as five. This is a huge burden and larger companies also looking at changes larger employers. Now I have to realize that the California Family Rights Act has been expanded to cover many more groups of family members, including grand parents. Potentially in law. And so grandchildren So we're standing in the debt of the protection. Also, there was a little protection under the California Family Rights Act. For employers that said, if you have two employees who work for the same employer, and they both want to bond with a new baby, you don't have to give them both 12 weeks we'll make them share the 12 weeks. Because that's a burden. If you've hired two employees, both of whom have the child no more. That exception is gone. The key employees exception is gone, which is says You don't have to bring people back to work if they're in the hot top 10% of your earners, So there are a lot of changes here, Kitty, but it is the biggest law I think we have seen this year in terms of impact. Because so many more employers are going to be covered than ever before. And again. That's gin for Shah, president of the show Law group, and you can hear more at kpk dot com. The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. She's been on a lot of these new laws so you can check that out. All right,.

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The Latest: Top Trump aide Stephen Miller tests positive

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Top Trump aide Stephen Miller tests positive

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting another White House staffer has tested positive for covert nineteen Stephen Miller president Donald trump's senior adviser and speechwriter tested positive for the corona virus Tuesday Miller thus joins a list that includes the president the First Lady and more than a dozen other aides and associates who have tested positive for covert nineteen the president returned to the White House only Monday evening after receiving aggressive treatment for the virus at Walter Reed military Medical Center since last Friday the president's physician navy commander Sean Connolly said in a memo released by the White House that trump is experiencing no symptoms of cold at nineteen Mike Rossio Washington

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"stephen miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Stephen Miller, the architect of the family separation policy that separated Children from their parents. Stephen Miller was one of the primary advocates of Thiss policy. He didn't come up with the idea it was. It was actually an official at ice who brought it to the table, but Steven Miller Became, you know its primary advocate and making sure that it was actually pushed through because there was this idea that if you systematically separate Children from their parents, Then families are no longer going to want to come here again. It goes back to trying to ditch her family immigration into the United States through the performance of cruelty as a deterrent strategy. Do you have any insights into whether Stephen Miller Ever had any. Pangs of guilt. About separating Children from their parents and basically putting them in cages about having a policy with no way of connecting parents and Children. There aren't they're still Children who have not been reconnected with their parents and parents who were deported without their Children. Exactly. Hundreds of parents were deported without their Children and people were lost in this process because there wasn't sufficient co ordination between The Department of Homeland Security and the You Know, Health and Human Services Department because Stephen Miller had rammed this through kind of without going through the normal policy process. And I have no indication from my conversations with people who know him and who've worked with him that he ever questioned his advocacy for this policy he truly believed That it was going to work. And when it was stopped by a federal judge in San Diego, he was very upset. You know he would be on phone cause Yelling about how people are dying. He repeatedly screamed that people are dying and that the family separation policy was necessary in order to, you know, protect Americans from Dying from the threat of immigrants. And this is part of why I truly see Stephen Miller as a case study of indoctrination because he is one of the few people in the Administration who really believes in this ideology and believes that he is saving the country and protecting the country by pushing through these, these performative ly cruel policies targeting mostly You know the world's most vulnerable people who are fleeing violence and persecution at home. Let me reintroduce you here. If you're just joining us. My guest is Jean Guerrero, author of the new book Hate Monger. Stephen Miller, Donald Trump and the White Nationalist agenda will be right back after a break. This is fresh air. W. N. Y. C is supported by the Mount Sinai Hospital named on U. S News is prestigious best hospitals on a roll for the fifth year in a row..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"Unique ethnic roots and histories like for him. It's like the real problem is when you have Brown or black pride and then he sees a some kind of threat for some reason. And how do you think Stephen Miller will be looked at in the history books you know come ten twenty years from now his time in the White House. I think Stephen is going to be seen as part of. A. A manifestation of. A bipartisan decades-long assault on. On Immigration and that we saw at the border. And sort of like the the logical product of that decade's long bipartisan assault on immigration is this idea that trump invented the whole? Anti immigrant hostility. But when you look at the story of Stephen Miller you realize that that's That that's not the case. But I think like you know in the future I, don't know what's going to happen November I, I really don't. But I do I do believe that nationally like we are going through the same growing pains that California went through in the nineties. And like ultimately, you know when weights become a minority. If if the United States is going to turn into some kind of Third World Nation it's just we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA become much more mixed society. We're going to be come the MS these donation, and there's going to be a lot less tribalism. I think because people are GonNa have more hyphenated identities and greater capacity for identification with multiple groups you know considering themselves to be American but also. You know maybe something else the white but also something else you know like and there's GonNa be. A lot less a lot greater capacity for empathy and you know just identification with with different nationalities and different identities. and. I. Think that that's something that's Stephen Miller has always feared because he he's he's been led to believe that multiculturalism poses a threat. To civilization as we know it, but as as we know from from the case of California, that's just not that's just not the case. I. Guess If if trump wins the history books might look at Stephen Miller the time being as favorable because they probably would write and write them right their history and they'll do that anyways. Is there anything new in reporting for the daily beast that you wanna tell us about or that you're working on that? We should watch out for? Yeah I mean I'm going to be well. So GonNa have already come out. So there's an excerpt coming out on Friday, but it'll have been coming up. It'll be out by the time you guys run this. Yeah, no I'm just I'm just doing more reporting on I'm going to be following Stephen Miller as as the as this summer and the fall unfolds and I'll be continuing to report for you know the daily beast and other other outlets. Working People follow you online. So they can they can follow me on twitter at Jean J. E. A. N. G. U. E. R. R. E., or they can visit my website at Gene Guerrero. Dot. com. Book is hatemonger Stephen, Miller Donald Trump, and the white nationalist agenda. Click on it and our episodes notes in bite right now. Thank you again Jingo, particular time with me. Thank you so much. It was a pleasure. Thank Guerrero for taking the time. Be Sure to check out her book and buy it right now. Be Our episodes notes. Thanks again to our producer grant stern. You can follow him online at grant stern visit our website at Dorton report DOT COM to learn more about Joe Biden. Go to meet the candidates twenty twenty dot com make sure to do what you can. Over the coming weeks because we we really need to get out there and vote. If we all vote. He loses have a great week. Have a great day. Have, agree our. Be well. Thanks for listening..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"That you have it will people are never always careful to say think Miller is quite arrogant person as well as many white nationalist of course are so I just I preserved them in was searching for an opportunity to give them to News Organization to properly vet and then have the sheriff other news outlets who could pursue deletes about this person. I wonder if you could translate some the ideas in the emails from me because me as someone who has an interacted with the white nationalist community. I don't understand. Some of the ideas are where they come from. I'm Stephen Miller talks a bit as you you about the next America. What does that mean? It's the same kind of rhetoric we see on Tucker Hacker Carlson's Fox News show whenever he says immigration will make America of horror and ended instead our leaders demand that you shut up and accept this. We have a moral obligation obligation to admit the world's poor they tell us even if it makes our own country poor and dirtier and more divided because non white people will be able to immigrate here servers set by Ted Candies on nine hundred sixty five immigration act. That's what that means and American become a worse country if it's not majority European and they believe that people are not only dangerous individuals but an existential threat to America. That's that's where the phrase new American means to become dangerous place for white people and a CENA's emails to that Miller talks about the melas poem at the bubbles that you've liberty calling it ridiculous A So interesting because of course we just had that conversation about that poem and whether by denying benefits fits the people who are coming into the country making so that if you don't have healthcare you can't come in whether that is violating the spirit of that poem. Yes it absolutely. He is and Miller had a very intense hatred for that poem. He directed me to write a new story attacking it. Because I was watching. Tucker Clawson and Lindsey Graham and John McCain about it it sounds like the overwhelming majority of these refugees at least the ones fleeing Syria are men probably a lot of them were combatants that make sense why is it in the interest of Americans to have them come here. I went back to find this interview. It's about a plan to let Syrian refugees into the US we have always welcomed refugees under certain circumstances watching it. Now it's pretty stunning to think about. How different this conversation is twenty? Nineteen it's hard to imagine Lindsey Graham Damn going on Fox News saying something like this so I would like to think that America's a special place that Americans have welcomed people in the past who have been fleeing oppression go reports on the statute of Liberty by one a balance our national security against our character people like Tucker Carlson Elson and Katie. McHugh part of the media engine that changed these talking points as tyrod hostile or coal about the parliament immigration Shen Miller. Would you know would frequently praise my work to Bannon saying down a great job. This is a phenomenal story. It should be the lead Stephen Miller also references this book called the camp of the scenes. which I'd I'd never heard of before? Can you explain a little bit. The significance of this book is a book that I have not read it circulated in all these white nationalist circles. And it's about a third lick people of collar coming to Europe and You know there are scenes in which a woman is raped to death in it and they call is your up in. It's held up as a warring ask. What's going to happen? The accord white nationalists to white majority countries Stephen Miller's emails with Katie they're like a roadmap to understanding the ideology that Katy now says she disavows. It's not a pretty journey reading them talking to her. It's hard not to be skeptical of Katie's motives mostly because it's hard to believe that someone could make such a drastic turnaround around after being so extreme. Katie says it's a process. Can you describe your life now. I mean you spent years. Here's living in DC living that DC reporter life. It sounds like you're living a pretty different life right now. Yes so I'm healing. I'm surrounded by wonderful the people I'm working regular jobs right now and figuring out where I'm going to graduate school because I'd like to study environmental policy. You didn't want to let us know where you're living now details. That would let people find you. Why why my safety is concerned? And I'm trying to rebuild a quiet peaceful life. I'm not trying to become the famous person I guess what I don't. I don't want that. I really want a quiet life working as an academic and just helping people by means volunteering so to me. It's not about. It's really not about searching the spotlight. I've been disentangling myself. Trying to expose this ideology all Jews were people about it also rebuilding a healthy life away from all of it. I wonder what you'd say your ideology is now. Oh well I've donate Bernie Sanders. That should give you an idea. And I definitely have much more compassionate than it used to you feel it conservatism. itself can make into very cold calculating person. It doesn't careful others especially libertarianism that kind of ideology. That's why I'm new. You know longer subscribe to those beliefs. I do believe we need to wipe all medical debt leaning Medicare for all. We need to abolish all all student. Loan debt is support policies which which helped people make their lives better so that there's less suffering world young. When you described to another reporter the beliefs of the people you worked with Breitbart? It sounded kind of nihilistic like the point wasn't not ought to not be racist but to laugh at those who called you racist. It really was because it was just about making liberals angry angry at whatever cost to your country and your soul and I certainly do. Not Subscribe to that specially not any longer. It sounds like more than anything. What you were getting away from was that laughter that sort of not caring miss? Yes because actually there's a very good reporter. His name is Robert Evans. Who does a lot of work about researching Fascism and one of the things he he talks about in fascist dismisses using laughter as a means to humiliate dominate your opponents. It's not genuine Sherman Joe kind of laughter. It's it's like a force and is deeply nihilistic laughing at the world thinking it smokeless. You can't fix it but you can at least make your enemies angry. That's the kind of mindset that Breitbart had end up for right publications and far right people have it. Strikes me as extremely online is very online. Yes yes that's why I tell people people log off of you know you need to rounder. You need have real life you need to surround yourself with real people you to have real responsibilities and we'll dreams room hopes at not. Just you know doing what I did. which is making a living by mocking people online and making find them from getting upset? Do you think you would have changed if you hadn't been fired on. That's a good question because I was Extremely online surrounded by Breitbart the company every day. I worked very very long hours so I I would just say I'm grateful for being fired. Ah Awful for that because it did lead me to change it. I wonder what you might say to someone who says it looks like you're trying to bring Stephen Stephen Miller down and bring him down maybe to get some of the stink off of you know. That's that's absurd. I upset that this person who is a white nationalist is crafting White House policy. And it's hurting very vulnerable people. I I don't believe in hurting vulnerable. People and I do not believe someone who's described sued discredited waistlines Nugenix. WHO believes in those things should be crafting white White House policy? What do you want the result of sharing these emails to be? I would like people to be aware that white nationalism is shaping White House policy that we can speak up as Americans to save. It's unacceptable due on Stephen Miller to be fired. I don't want him shaping immigration policy and I believe the eighty plus Congress. People are saying calling him for him to resign because he should be ashamed of having these views. I'm struck by the fact that you said you don't necessarily WANNA similar fired. You want him to resign for you. What is the difference? What I don I say that because I don't believe trump will fire him? He's too close to the president. I just hope that I don't think he will will recognize his wrong. No white nationalism is not an ideology you should subscribe to and that he should resign and change his his life for the good of the country and for his own conscience Katie McHugh. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you so much. Katy mccue worked for Breitbart news from two thousand fourteen to twenty seventeen. And that's the show. What next is produced by Mary? Wilson Jason De Leon Daniel Hewitt and Mara Silvers. I tell me what you thought about this show I would love to hear from you. I'm on twitter at Mary's desk. Thanks for listening. I'm Mary Harris. I'll talk to you tomorrow talk.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"High ranking immigration adviser for President Trump. He's a brilliant guy. I think they ought to put him on TV more. He's Jewish and she doesn't like Jewish people to begin white nationalist, a Jewish guy as a white nationalist Johan, Omar. This is all they've got somebody does something is white nationalist white supremacist white this white privilege, white, whatever. Just you just you just have to let by the way, grab somebody number eight real quickly. This is Alex burns. I mentioned that many in the drive-by media, really frustrated. What did they think he's doing here on immigration? He's being hemmed in by having to keep campaign promise. This is happening on CNN's new day today discussion about Trump New York Times, national political Kover spont-, Alex burns had this to say about Trump's thinking about being reelected twenty twenty years seeing a picture of somebody who feels really kind of hemmed in by his twenty sixteen campaign promises. Right. If this is a guy who was looking back at things he said, he would do his advisors have said very consistently. He wants to run on a theme of promises made promises kept a more three dimensional politician might say at this point that I'll get into some new spaces, and I'll show voters aside of me or an agenda that they haven't seen yet. Because elections are also about the future. But this is a president who's focused on the past his past campaign. Focused on the past he's focused on the pets campaign. He's keeping promises he's being sidetracked. And they say it's Donald Trump who is out of touch. Now, we have a montage here. Stephen Miller, a bunch of Democrats in the drive-by media obsessed by Stephen Miller, I think he's running Trump's immigration policy and demanding all these people be fired. So we put together a montage of the obsession that Democrats in the drive bys have regarding Stephen Miller, the president reportedly turns over immigration policy to Stephen Miller engineered and directed immigration hardliners. Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller is reportedly consolidating his control over administration policy. Stephen Miller is playing a key role. The dark lore of anti-immigration, Stephen Miller. This is apparently being led by Stephen Miller driven in large part by Stephen Miller. Stephen Miller immigration, hard, liner, immigration hardliners. Stephen. We're talking about thirty three year old Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller because Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller Kirsten Nielsen was pushed out by Stephen Miller. Stephen Miller pulling the strings like this from his purchase, Stephen Miller, white nationalist tendencies are really up. Stephen Miller is said to be the driving force Stephen Miller, they're obsessed. He's he's been there since day one. He's been working on this since day one. But now all of a sudden, they're obsessed white nationalist, Stephen Miller, you ever known a Jewish person.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This Representative ill Hon, Omar has called Stephen Miller, a white nationalist. Stephen Miller is a high ranking immigration adviser for President Trump. He's a brilliant guy. I think they ought to put him on TV more thing, he's Jewish as she doesn't like Jewish people to begin white nationalist, a Jewish guy is white nationalist Johan, Omar. This is all they've got somebody does something white nationalist white supremacist white this white privilege, white, whatever. Just you just you just have to by the way, grab somebody number eight real quickly. This Alex burns. I mentioned that many in the drive-by media really frustrated what he's doing here on emigration. He's being him in by having to keep campaign promise. This has happened on CNN's new day today discussion about Trump New York Times national political cove respondent, Alex burns had this to say about Trump's thinking about being reelected twenty twenty years saying picture of somebody who feels really kind of hemmed in by his twenty sixteen campaign promises. Right. That this is a guy who was looking back at things he said, he would do his advisors have said very consistently. He wants to run on a theme of promises made promises kept a more three dimensional politician might say at this point that I'll get into new spaces, and I'll show voters side of me or an agenda that they haven't seen yet. Because elections are also about the future. But this is a president who's focused on the past his past campaign. Focus on the past. He's focused on the pets campaign. He's keeping promises he's being sidetracked. And they say it's Donald Trump who is out of touch. Now, we have a montage here. Stephen Miller bunch of Democrats on the drive media obsessed by Stephen Miller, I think he's running Trump's immigration policy in demanding all these people be fired. So we put together a montage of the obsession the Democrats drive bys have regarding Stephen Miller, the president reportedly turns over immigration policy to Stephen Miller engineered and directed immigration hard. Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller is reportedly consolidating his control over ministration policy. Stephen Miller is playing a key role. The dark Lord of anti-immigration, Stephen Miller. This apparently being led by Stephen Miller driven in large part by Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller, immigration liner, immigration hardliners. Stephen. We're talking about thirty three year old Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller because Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller Miller, Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller Kirsten Nielsen was pushed out by Stephen Miller. Stephen Miller pulling the strings like this from his purchase Stephen Miller, his white nationalist tendencies of really obvious. Stephen Miller is said to be the driving force Stephen Miller. They're obsessed. He's been there since day one. He's been working on this since day one. But not all of a sudden, they're obsessed white nationalist, Stephen Miller, you ever known a Jewish person.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This Representative ill hun, Omar has called Stephen Miller, a white nationalist. Stephen Miller is a high ranking immigration adviser for President Trump. He's a brilliant guy. I think they ought to put him on TV more. He's Jewish and she doesn't like Jewish people to begin white nationalist, a Jewish guy is a white nationalist Ilhan, Omar. This is all they've got somebody does something is white nationalist white supremacist white this white privilege, white, whatever. Just you just you just have to by the way, grab something number eight real quickly. This Alex burns. I mentioned that many in the drive-by media really frustrated what he's doing here on immigration. He's being him in by having to keep campaign promise. This has happened on CNN's new day today discussion about Trump New York Times, national political Cobra spendint, Alex burns had this to say about Trump's thinking about being reelected twenty twenty. Here's picture of somebody who feels really kind of hemmed in by his twenty sixteen campaign promises. Right. That this is a guy who was looking back at things he said, he would do his advisors have said very consistently. He wants to run on a theme of promises made promises kept a more three dimensional politician might say at this point that I'll get into some new spaces, and I'll show voters side of me or an agenda that they haven't seen yet. Because elections are also about the future. But this is a president who's focused on the past his past campaign. Focused on the past he's focused on the pets campaign. He's keeping promises he's being sidetracked. And they say it's Donald Trump who is out of touch. Now, we have a montage here. Stephen Miller bunch of Democrats in the drive-by media obsessed by Stephen Miller, I think he's running Trump's immigration policy in demanding all these people be fired. So we put together a montage of the obsession that Democrats drive bys have regarding Stephen Miller, the president reportedly turns over immigration policy to Stephen Miller engineered and directed immigration hard liner, Stephen Miller. Stephen Miller is reportedly consolidating his control over administration policy. Stephen Miller is playing a key role. The dark lore of anti-migration, Stephen Miller. This is being led by Stephen Miller driven in large part by Stephen Miller. Stephen Miller immigration, hard, liner, immigration hardliners. Stephen. What talking about thirty three year old Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller because of Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller Miller, Stephen Miller, Stephen Miller Kirsten Nielsen was pushed out by Stephen Miller. Stephen Miller, pulling the strings like this from his perch, Stephen Miller, his white nationalist tendencies of really obvious. Stephen Miller is said to be the driving force Stephen Miller, they're obsessed. He's he's been there since day one. He's been working on this day one. But now sudden they're obsessed white nationalist, Stephen Miller, you ever known a Jewish person also be considered or call a white nationalist. How does.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

13:49 min | 2 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Com. Give back to secretary Nielsen out at the department of homeland security I wanna play audio from in front of her house. Also, I made an observation about her. In front of her house, making your statement to cameras a couple hours ago. So I'll bring that to you as well before we get back to that. And we'll also get into the Chinese woman that's coming up in just a bit as well making appearance in in federal court in Florida today. This is the Chinese woman that was busted at mar-a-lago with a crazy cockamamie story, and listen, she lied to everybody everything from swimming to friends there, and this and that and of course, she was found with a a litany of items, and then also the search of our hotel termed up even more suspicious item. So she did make an appearance in court in West Palm Beach earlier, and I wanna talk about this as well. And was this porn of some kind of a Chinese governmental or military spy operation. At mar-a-lago to implant malware into a computer somehow try to get information related to President Trump pay. We'll get into that in just a bit before I get back into Nielsen finish this up. Just a breaking news. That's occurred in the last fifteen twenty thirty minutes or so. Felicity Huffman, looking at the wire copier, Felicity Huffman in the whole college cheating scandal will plead guilty in this college admissions shame scam scandal what I talked about this on the program. My daughter has worked her butt off. My daughter actually plays competitive soccer. And she caught the attention of division one division. Two and division three coaches and has just worked her bottle for years since she was like six years old playing soccer, you know, work away up to competitive and club level, an elite soccer teams and she's committed to a division one school, but she still has the application process. Even though she's been recruited by the coaches of a very prestigious division one institution. She still has a physical. She still has the academic. She's a junior in high school, right massive. She still has academics at the whole level for where she has been recruited. It's it's it's tough very tough. Cheating and scamming here. It's hard work, and perseverance. And we're still not a hundred percent guaranteed, but she's working but off to make it come to fruition. Become a reality of any say, you know, these division one elite coaches with the fame recruitments of players. Let's Laurie Lachlan her two daughters were recruited to row crew. Four USA in California v while I don't think they ever picked up an or whatever the hell thing is in their lives. They never rode crabby. Just just infuriating. So Felicity Huffman will plead guilty. So the word is at Boston federal court in Boston. That Felicity Huffman who made an impact on this housewives, the television show, and then another dozen parents, you know, wealthy parents talking lawyers. Those in finance and business who've been in snared trying to well cheat with their kids or for their kids. There's some instances when maybe the kids didn't know what exactly was going on. So it looks like so desperate. Housewives star, Felicity Huffman will plead guilty what kind of sentence? She is going to get. We don't know. Will it be probation will apiece? Suspend the Willett will actually do time in a lot of the punditry out. There said that they felt that some of these big names would be made an example of and that they would actually have to serve some time will see and the deal with Felicity Huffman. They met with the sham scam artist. This William Rick singer by Rick singer, they paid him fifteen grand. And it was it was like a charitable donations. And I it was couched as a charitable donation fifteen grand, and they were able to apparently all ter-. They're older daughter's SAT score. And it turns out that this. This Rick singer told Felicity Huffman and her husband who also happens to be the famous actor William H Macy phenomenal actor. He wasn't charged by the way. This Rick singer told them that he controlled one of the test sites. So we had you know, somebody in his pocket. So they went behind their daughter after she filled it all little scantron circles, they went behind her the individual tests that are and corrected her wrong scores or wrong answers rather to boost her score. I mean, my daughter's taking. The practice ACT tests SAT ACT, she's doing ACT she's done dozens of these. She went to a testing center yesterday to do on a Sunday afternoon. My daughter went to a testing centre to do a four hour ACT full blown practice exam. She's that a relay C T test coming up next Saturday. Unbelievable. So huffman's gonna plead guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. According to the federal documents what she'll get we'll have to wait and see what happens now as far as Laurie Lachlan, the full house actress, she has not. Pleaded I guess she's she made her first appearance last week, but she has not entered a plea and fee and her husband the fashion designer they pay five hundred thousand dollars to get their two daughters into university of southern California. The whole crew team Shamma scam. Alanna ding-dong unbelievable. That's the breaking news. So Felicity Huffman and others will play guilty. No word on Lori Lachlan. And again who's gonna do time? I just wrapping up here. On Kirsty Nielsen the outgoing secretary of homeland security, and again, I want to reiterate that apparently the administration was not happy with Nielsen's messaging of calling the problem at the border of category. Five. I'm trying to my missing something here. I feel free to tell me what I missing, but she calls it a category five and that Stephen Miller. Trump adviser and the president didn't like the messaging of category five, but again, the president declared a national emergency at the border. So what's the difference? If he calls it a cat five the president calls it a national emergency. I just don't see any difference here. I am I painting. She's just echoing Trump. I think it's tantamount to the same verbiage. Essentially, I think it was any big at all. So listen that I think just proves that even though she by large implemented the policies of the Trump administration. The relationship was heading south with President Trump, and, you know, the president gave her more and more responsibility during the course of the border crisis. And then that responsibility, obviously has shifted to Stephen Miller. And I think he's the one that probably convinced the president to finally pull the trigger and he Jecht Kirsten Nielsen from the administration. That's my guest here. So yesterday after what was described as a pretty tense meeting at the White House. I was a five PM meeting in Washington. The president tweeted that Nielsen was out. So the meeting was at five PM at six oh, two pm. The president tweeted secretary of homeland security Kirsten Nielsen will be leaving her position like to thank for service pleased to announce that Kevin Macalinsan the current US customs and border protection. Commissioner will become acting secretary for the department of homeland security. I have confidence that Kevin will do a great job. So this also comes what just? Just two days after the president pulled back his nomination for his pick to lead ice immigration and customs enforcement because he said he wanted to go in a tougher direction there. So if you look at both of these together, the DHS move ejecting Nielsen and then him bagging his original ice nominee. I think clearly we're seeing an absolute breaking point frustration at Trump's hands with what's going on with the spike in the the migrant families crossing the southern border. And we're also seeing this is take this to the Bank, folks, we're seeing the expansion of power and the influence. Of Trump's senior adviser, Stephen Miller. He clearly is wielding pretty heavy power stick right now and totally has the president's here. There's no doubt about it. So Stephen Miller his influences getting larger inside the administration, by the way in Nielsen's resignation letter that other reports that she actually brought her resignation letter to the White House. And well, the president tweeted out that she was garner before she actually got a chance to deliver the the letter but in the resignation letter which came after the president's tweeted six oh two PM yesterday. She wrote that quote, she had determined that. It is the right time for me to step aside. The side clear. Remember, the old Wendy's commercial? She also wrote, quote, I hope that the next secretary will have the support of congress and the courts and fixing the laws which have impeded our ability to fully secure America's borders, and which have contributed to discord in our nation's this course. Nowhere in the letter horrific nation letter, did she thanked the president didn't mention them at all in the letter. However, I do have the audio here. And I want to make an observation as well. She did come out and speak to a litany of cameras in front of her home in Alexandria, Virginia. What nice quaint straight exactly what expect some residences in Alexandria Virginia to look like. I'm just curious though. There is a fourth sale sign right behind her. So one of the homes literally has a forced sale sign, and it is a sign for long and foster realtors. Long enforced. I've heard of the realty operation. And I guess they're part of the whole Christie's collection and the agents of the home of a signed behind terror is Barbara g Johnson at our phone number clearly visible. So I don't know if that's Nielsen's home or if it's a neighbor's home. But I'm wondering if with all this exposure if barber g Johnson if our cell phone rang today. Hey, I'd like to take a look at that property that's for sale right behind outgoing department of homeland security secretary church to Nielsen for sale. So again, I haven't seen anything that. It's her house. But that would be also an interesting twist, if her house was already up for sale know, maybe knowing this day was going to come. So let me play some audio. So the for sale size by we don't know if it's her home for sale. With barb the real estate agent, but this is Kirsten Nielsen where she does thank the president earlier.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"It's time for voices. Oh, yeah. Yo yo y'all persons having business before the honorable supreme court, Portland, Oregon or admonished to draw near and give their attention for our very own supreme court Weber is now sitting the president really needs to proofread his scripts. I mean, we we saw a little bit in the in the state of the union where there was a few times. It was pretty clear he was kind of lost in the script. He didn't know exactly what it was. He was saying and it made for some odd transitions. And and just kind of weird phrases that kind of rolled off his tongue. Well, it happening in today at the national prayer breakfast. And you can see he's he's reading off the teleprompter, and you can see that. He's he's struggling to figure out where he is in the in the in the script, and what to say that causes a bit of a gaffe here check this out since the founding of our nation. Many of our greatest strides from gaining our independence to abolition of civil rights to extending the vote for women. Have been led by people of faith and started in prayer. The key phrase there is to volition of civil rights, the abolition of civil rights would be get rid of all civil rights, which is something that has never happened and something that should never happen. And so again, David Stephen Miller wrote it that maybe. I think it was just the president lost his his spot on the on the teleprompter. Was Freudian or forty. Maybe. I don't know. Holy cow. Yes. How do you do that? Yeah. So I mean, he really needs to just go through the script once or twice just to make sure you got what you're supposed to say. So that that sort of thing doesn't happen, especially something that's being. Trumpeter? Trump just is not as fun. Well. Exactly, you don't know what he's going to read. And according to dick Durbin, there will not be a shutdown again because negotiations have already begun between Republicans and Democrats in the house and Senate and he thinks they can come to an agreement. So it's interesting I sat through the state of the union address the other night, play President Trump and never once heard the word shutdown. Remember that shutdown that he was so proud of that went on for thirty five days at the expense of innocent, federal employees, like air, traffic, controllers and TSA. He didn't bring it up again. And it's because the Republicans have turned on him and said enough is enough. The good news is that our conference committee appropriators who do this for a living. I might add and sat down and started the bargaining I think bargaining underway. We under understand the parameters of what we have to decide the briefing yesterday. I think made it clear that there are things much more important than this president's almighty wall stopping slowing down the flow of narcotics into America during the worst drug epidemic in our history to me is the highest. First priority that requires technology, not some godawful concrete wall. But he says the, you know, if if you take him at his word there, he says that things are going well between in the negotiations between Republicans and Democrats and and nobody's talking about a shutdown. So that's good. Yes. I have no doubt. They can come to some kind of green. I really have no doubt. It's really the wildcard is. What mood the White House is income February fifteenth, right? That's really it. And if if they can settle on the word barrier, even if it's a razor wire or whatever in in places where there isn't a wall. Now, if they can settle on that than than the probably have a deal. So this is up to Malania. You're absolutely right. Yes. Breath ammonia. It's a joke. What's the day before though in February? Oh, I see. All right dollars. You know, what foot weird images in our head? That's just sickening. Thank you. Thank you. That's a lunch hour to keep them. Sealed. Poop was pushing really pushed it up. And here is a Representative Matt gaetz. There's a congressional hearing on gun violence that was going on yesterday and lo and behold a couple of dad's from the parkland shooting showed up in the middle of this thing and started they had comments for for Matt gaetz. And he actually tried to have these these two parkland dad's kicked out of the the congressional hearing is there is there a process in the committee whereby if the very same people are repeatedly, interrupting.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Solo right on ninety three WIBC. Welcome to the chicks on the right show, where the checks I mind daisy. Hello RAB KENDALL. Also here, of course, we're going to be talking about the state of the union address like all show long. I'm sure it was. Was so. Guy. Do you have like a specific favorite moment or do? You just have tons of favorites. So many favorites so many favorites? I mean, it was magnificent. It really was it was pitch. Perfect. And I loved I loved his guests. I love the stories about his gas. I love how at the beginning. He was he recognized the first lady I loved I can't there's so many so many I loved everything about it. It was fantastic. Everything about it and massive props go to whoever the speechwriter is it's it's maybe Stephen Miller, probably Stephen Miller. I want Donald Trump to give states of the union addresses like every quarter has he shines in that type of platform because I think because you were saying that the the people responding to their responses were what like seventy something. Favorably B S. It was a CIs instant poll and seventy six percent of yours approved of what they heard seventy two percent said they approved of Trump's ideas for immigration. Okay. So to me like, you know, I'm not a numbers person. But that and I'm like that's kind of positive. Yeah. Positive. So what we usually hear from our crappy crappy propaganda machine. Media is everybody hates right? I mean, they do but I'm not I'm not in the everybody bucket. But the media is ridiculous and hear that from the media. But when you take people away from the media, and you show them something like say to the union and the president is speaking directly to the people. That's what you get. That's exactly right. That's what you get take the media out of the equation. And this is what happens and it cracked me up immediately after Stacey Abrams. Rebuttal which will also, of course, talk about because I was watching everything on FOX, and they went to their little panel. And they immediately went to one Williams. Yeah. One Williams said like instantly. He was like what I thought it was a humdrum spe-. Yeah..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Of America's future. The decision is ours to make are you guys convinced yet Stephen Miller such bad writer defend you, guys as former speechwriter someone that can't even put together sentences writings, I mean, it's hard to get past the racism with Stephen Miller. That's up front. So you don't usually get to the fact that even if he weren't so racist his writing would be really bad so speechwriter just bad writer, right? If there if there were if this was a normal Republican presidents, Stephen Miller would have applied to be speechwriter, and his would not have made it out of the first pile because there would have been a pile of better speeches, and then they would have been like, oh who is that racist guy? Yeah. Yeah. Well, we didn't even get to that. When we were we were declining speeches shortening, George Bush's policies, horrendous horrendous policies, Michael Gerson, pretty good speechwriter. Yeah. Grit speechwriter choosing greatness is like a bad motivational speaker. You might hear at halftime of a high school football game. That is the theme. What does it tell us guys about Trump's political circumstances that he's trying to rediscover unity and bipartisanship in this speech? You know? It's and more importantly will this be the ninety becomes? We had this very similar conversation last year. I did not actually go to the trouble of pulling articles because let's just live our lives here. He Trump stole my brain last year. I don't have to go back and give them some more. But the still ended every day, you know, state of the union is opposed to both sort of or organize the administration's thinking and present a clear eyed version of what the goals are for that administration for the coming year reflecting their behaviors and policies and actions of the past. But there is never been a president who's state of the Union's and presidencies are more distinct, we see that example, right now. So he's going to go out and give this speech about unity yet. What's hanging over the speech? Him dealing CBS that he doesn't that? He thinks Nancy Pelosi loves human trafficking and threatening to declare a national emergency. Right. Even in the run-up to this speech, his actual actions and behaviors do not align with the version of himself. He's planning to present. Where do you just feels like the least intimidated state of the unions? They were delivered in envelopes in handed the congress. I couldn't even find a lot of stories, I guess for minute. I was like is it really Tuesday. Or is it next Tuesday? 'cause knows talking about it because it Ralph north them. But anyway, yeah, right. I mean, the the theme is choosing greatness. Apparently, he's gonna call on congress to pass his new version of NAFTA, the US MCA he's gonna talk about Venezuela. They won't say they'll declare state of emergency. He'll ask for congress to work with him on initials like infrastructure and health care, and they'll talk about immigration confronting all pablum. And none of the stuff that they're trying to sell bipartisan..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Knowing just enough Arabic to get by. How did your experience that you apart on the Trump campaign trail end once he got to the White House? It made me one of the few who had had that kind of firsthand experience. And I didn't talk to anyone else in the White House who had had that experience. Certainly there are plenty of people working in the government State Department, and maybe even in the west wing of the national security space who has spent time in that part of the world and have firsthand experience in that part of the world. Stephen Miller is not one of those people. So I was just trying to bring that apparently perspective. So where does that perspective? Stephen Miller's perspective. What does that come from? Well, you know, with Steven one of the things that I really respect about Stephen is he has a fully formed worldview, and he really believes that things that he believes and he fights for those things nothing. Those are commendable parts of Stevens character, but other commendable, thanks for democracy. I mean a country that's built built its reputation on accepting refugees and emperor. Sure. A lot of people attach race to that. And want to say that it's bigotry Mike experience to be honest. I did not find it to be that way. While I thought that a lot of that was wrong. I did not think that it was motivated from a place of bigotry, but of a motivated of a. From a place of of wanting to maintain a certain. Gosh, I'm trying to I'm kind of thinking through this as talk, but it's like more of like maintaining the society that we have culturally. And so I think it's actually a total nightmare arguing how can you? How can you say that? When Stephen Miller says something like it'd be happy of not a single refugee foot ever touched on on American soil again. How can you see that as not bigoted? Well, so I certainly disagree with it. You know? Well, I guess we can go on and have a debate about what we actually expect people who come to this country and all debate. I think I think it's totally a conversation that needs to be had yet what we can have in another time. I want to ask you about the Trump White House claims that God is on their side. I'm thinking of moments like when former attorney general Jeff Sessions used quotes from the bible to defend the separation of parents and children at the border. To the apostle Paul and his clear and wise command in Romans thirteen to obey the laws of the government because God is obtained or Dane the government for his purposes. White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, back them up it is very biblical to enforce the law that is actually repeated a number of times throughout the bible and Clinton's you probably know about the interview the other day that Sanders gave to the Christian broadcasting network and said this I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times that I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president. And that's why he's there. So God wanted Donald Trump to become president. You're a devout Christian cla SIMS. But I mean is that mix of politics and religion healthy for democracy. So I think those of us who are Christians do believe that God does ordain events on earth to happen. There's a danger that you can in doing that that you you are implying that God is in. Favor of everything that those people do and using the bible as a policy defense is something that a lot of times. I don't feel comfortable with for a lot of reasons I I would tend to want to to to shy away from that most of the time and make the the arguments on the merits of of the policy to get back to the policy, then close it was how do you face the Syrians you met on the border of Syria. Jordan and explain to them. Sorry. Can't come to the United States. That's tough. And I plan to go back over there and continue continue to do that. But I don't necessarily think that the solution to this is that the United States needs to have this giant open policy where everyone is a refugee should be able to to come here..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"Good faith. I mean when this first emerged this whole, oh, we'll we'll try to the wall for temporary three or DACA. Well, remember Kirstin Nielsen and Stephen Miller run homeland security. Does anybody think that's a good deal? I mean, that's the Hannibal Lecter daycare center. There's no good outcome from trusting these people. They are fundamentally untrustworthy they're acting in bad faith at all times. They are motivated by evil. And so when you when you have people that you absolutely understand when you. Understand how they behaved over the last two years. You should recognize that negotiating with them. And thinking that they're going to be part of the solution is absolutely ludicrous. I mean, they're just I mean, you've said it like just I've been thinking about my memoir of the time. Just calling it bad faith. I mean because it works on a lot of different levels. Right. I mean, there's the fact that again evangelical refuse to split from this guy. No matter he can't there's literally nothing he can do. Listen, I if he declared that he's a wiccan and that the White House would now be serving hot and cold running baby. They would still say, well, you know, now at least it's not the we thought those high tone fancy Manhattan elites looking down their nose at us. And then there is the more, you know, an end there's the kind of bad faith. We usually talk about which is like he just doesn't. None of it means anything. It takes them. Depress. We're gonna take a quick break and be right back..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"The bedding business your mattress gains weight over the lifetime of you owning it is that because it's metabolism slows down. We'll talk about how and why. And how much coming up a little bit later. So I did not know this is so gross. I did not know this really icky. But it's just true. You can't handle the truth for some reason. The news media to large extent, even my partner. Jack are fascinated by the political developments in San countries. Probably because they used to have all the oil, and they export terrorists who kill people, and and Islam which is something to pay attention to well in many of our service people, including my own brother gets sent to those countries into deadly things. Yeah. So there are a lot of good reasons to pay attention to the Middle East. I would suggest as I have many times we suggest that we that we pay more attention Toronto neighbourhoods, specifically Venezuela, which could today have an Assad regime moment where protesters are mowed down by the hundreds. If not thousands in the streets. What are the practical? Revolution begins sucky life. They're utterly corrupt socialist government, which has ruined the country. Ruined the economy. They have hyper inflation starvation. They're having to flood across the borders to their neighbouring countries. Just to find some food and the iron grip of the dictator Madero continues. Even though some plucky young legislators who are fifty fifty going to be dead by the end of the month are declaring that his his reelection was a fraud. And that they indeed are in charge of the government and those plucky young legislators have been recognized by the United States. Among others is the legitimate government on the other hand dictators. Don't generally go down easily, and we could see the beginning of a long bloody revolution in our own neighborhood. Today. So it is interesting. I on that a little country in the Middle East like, Tunisia. I don't mind. Think about Tunisia has no effect on my life, whatever. But when they had a, you know, the spring moment and their dictator got overthrown this huge national news on the other side of the world. Why when it happens on on our side of the world, it gets no attention. Yeah. It's what does that? It's just I don't know what it is. I think he probably has to do with the legacy of of like, the the nineteen seventy s the oil embargo and the rises Saudi Arabia and always been affected geopolitics geo economics, whereas South America was a backwater. It was certainly interesting on a human level. It's been inspiring at times in horrific. Most of the time, you're various dictators, and revolutions and communists in the United States backing some loathe some people because we believe them to be better than the communists long history of it. But it hasn't really that hasn't caused ripples across the globe. Like, you know, the Middle East has. But anyway, I just wanted to bring that up one guide. Oh or Gedo pronounced both ways. But he's thirty five years old. He's the head of the legislature. And he is a patriot and has courage like, none of us will ever be called the have. Because like I say I mean, he is the guy standing up against the sod San a year, not the president anymore and and often guys like that become martyrs. So anyway, keep your eye in Venezuela. I mean, much lighter note. Chris Hayes is he's a he's a cute. Little fellow has a show on MSNBC. And he had one of those round tables where the people shout at each other generally agree with each other a lot. He's a cute. Little fellow is a cute little fella. What does that? Description. But so he had Rick Wilson GOP strategist on who's a bit of a bomb. Chucker, you know, his act Jack Russell Wilson. How would you describe him that that's a pretty good? Okay. He's not your understands. He needs to say things that get attention to stay on cable. Yes. Yes. And in the midst of discussing the immigration debate. He was pushing the the idea that Stephen Miller the balding young firebrand in the Trump administration who is a hardliner on immigration issues. He was suggesting that Stephen Miller was having an outsized influence on that discussion. And he said, and I quote, and if I had any sense that had Sean get the tape, but I just came across it. And I thought it was funny. There's something deeply wrong with Stephen Miller, and maybe someday he'll ever relationship with a live human woman. What kind of an insult is? So is that a a, homophobic slur? Or is that a necrophiliac out? What what are you? What is this kind of an insult interpreted that that way? No. He's saying he's he's a weirdo. Geek, who's never even had a girlfriend. Grow with you. Situating? He has his relationships with unli-. Women way to examine this slur. Jack way a break it apart and take a look at its components now just think he was saying he was a weirdo. But that's. Listen, a lot of the conventions of government and politics and a lot of the comedy gentlemanly national have led us to twenty one trillion dollar deficit, which is a crime of Venezuelan proportions. On our children and grandchildren's just horrific. So on one level, I. I like a lot of the, you know, the draining the swamp some of the more aggressive stuff that's going on. I don't need a bunch of murmuring senators agreeing to spend us into oblivion right? Oh, which reminds me I want to tell you about the LA school district. But you got this. You got the impeach the m effort gal is now on the the house oversight committee was going to bring that up. We almost went five minutes without mentioning AO. See, and you can't have that in media nowadays. Certainly now we got several texts today. Can we have an AO see free Thursday will not n-? We can't do today today because major move in government last night that oh Kostya Cortez. And yes. Well for one thing it's Wednesday. Right. Oh, cost you Cortez and several of other of your most progressive loudest. Freshman voices have been named the oversight committee, which is among the most powerful committees in Washington DC, sixty minutes. I thought did a great job a couple of weeks ago and shown what Elijah Cummings could do if he wanted to. It's a powerful committee right can investigate anything. And he is put AO see. And the woman who said impeach the and a couple of other year loudest voices on the committee, and that is going to get wild and crazy now the one of the reasons I brought it up is that too big news story. The other reason is. I realized that she's fairly polarizing you. If you're a progressive, you're absolutely loving her. And then apparently a lot of of people on the right hater, I think if you're into draining the swamp you got to like her beaten that guy. Who'd been what twelve term something like that some years since clearly one of those people that just had a number of lobbying groups and everything like that that he had to to please on a yearly basis and stay in office and his hand was outstretched to take Nancy Pelosi's baton next speaker third most powerful democrat in the house her beating him as a good thing. If you want to drain the swamp, right, politically, I disagree with everything. She says I'm worried that her point of view is gonna win the NF. It does it's not going to if her point of view does win the day. It's not going to be because of her the nation has gone crazy. What bothers me is that she's a shiny object. I'm not sure that she's just a shiny object. It's funny. I was thinking about this a lot because we we've gotten a number of emails about her, and and the reaction to her and read some articles about how the the right has benefited from making her the face of the democrat party because she's so far left, and they think that's a good strategy. We don't yet know. The limits of her abilities her talents. She is a shiny object. She's not an idiot. She and she means what she says she's committed, but I can't help. But think of study after study showing that human beings, for whatever reason tend to systematic. What's the word? Not systematically. But always overestimate the abilities of attractive people and systematically underestimate the abilities of unattractive people. It's just so look around your workplace as done it. You know, you've done it. Right. You assumed here. She was really competent because they're attractive. Right. You -ssume that schlub over? There wasn't really good at their job until you found out otherwise now, which is ridiculous that we do that. But we do it. The twenty seven to twenty nine year old bartender. People seem to have trouble nailing down her age. I hear all of them all of the time. But I think she's twenty nine at this point. Anyway. She's said enough things that came out completely wrong or lend themselves to ridicule like 'cause people like my generation and millennials and generation wine that she said the other day are sitting you're saying the world is going to end in twelve years. And you're talking about what it's gonna cost. Okay. Now, if I was going to explain what she meant. She's talking about the climate report that says twelve years from now, if we don't change anything will hit a point of no return will trend in that direction. But that wasn't a good way to say it while she was also describing what young people are thinking and saying, right, right? I thought FOX unfairly edited her comments all day long yesterday to try to make look as dumb as possible, which I don't think helps your argument to argue on just though. Oh, absolutely. It helps you rating a yeah. But my point is she's got to know how that's going to be heard. And I don't know how good she is. Yeah. I don't know. She has a lot of dumb ideas that can't possibly work. I'll tell you what a lot of her appeal is might.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"There's more to that. They said they were going to. There's something were being like flipping back in that. I suspect they were talking about. Historical or whatnot. It is. I think that that's taken out of context. But nevertheless, there's enough context there that still it's damage stuff. Now, they're wrong about how they read scripture. But the right about the double. Exactly. All right. Let's just briefly the Stephen Miller, and Jared Kushner and Donald Trump got together and put together a. A plan. To I guess new proposal. They called it to to get the government to open up. The idea was a three year extension of Dhaka for dreamers and. Now, this is a hollow promise in many respects first off. Right now, essentially till the fifteenth February, and we may hear something different. There's a good chance to go snuck take the case. So doc is already affect for at least a year. Nevertheless, still a horrible situation for them. But two three years does not solve the problem at all. There's also a TPS fix. No, I'm sorry. The Bill would not extend TPS status for three hundred thousand or is they didn't even know. It also. Limits asylum. For Central American minors. They will be ineligible for asylum. If they don't apply to processing center to be stabbing Central America. Now, what is problematic about this? Why do you seek asylum? You seek asylum. If your child because your parents are afraid that you're going to get killed or recruited into a drug gang in this part of the country or or raped. Canetti see the problem with sticking around and filing your application. They're like who's going to be standing out in front of the door watching who's trying to get away. That's going to be someone's paid job. You're the guy who stands in front of the door and finds out who where Tim datings trying to get away. And then we kill that person. This is not a situation where people like, oh, I'm going to spend the next three months, and I'm going to plan my trip to the United States. And then I'm going to go. It's oh I got threatened today. I'm leaving tomorrow. That's why asylum is all about getting to the country. And then applying. Because the radically these people need to get away from their situation. And only fifty thousand Central American minors would be allowed to apply for a silent. Each year. Only fifteen thousand asylum. Applications can be granted. Well, this just absurd right? Just absurd. So the Bill was dead on arrival. They knew it was a the same type of publicity stunt that Jared was pushing the week before and the whole thing is geared towards getting people to say, look, this is the fault of both sides. This is the fault of Bo sites. I were mind you that we are still that three weeks ago. The Republicans were control of everything. And that a year ago, the Democrats had offered five times the amount of funding for a deal. And that in between those two times Pence tried to make a deal and Trump reneged. There had been a deal made and Trump reneged. Don't negotiate with anybody. So what kind of stooge would go on and say, this is both sides. Well, Jake tapper, but who's he interviewing? I don't know the long as both sides are not willing to come together and have a real conversation and hash out the differences and come up with something that works best for the American people. It's interesting though, because you sound like you're not just blaming President Trump on this. You're also blaming democratic leaders in congress gets art both sides have completely hardened their positions and are unwilling to come together and work out the differences..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Pod Save America

"It seems extremely discordant. And I've sort of been worried over the last week that even though. No, we've been talking about the shutdown a lot the media talking about the shutdown a lot in this media environment. There's still too many other stories competing with the shutdown, and yet this is something that is turning into an emergency for a lot of people in this country, and the people who want to end the shutdown which in this case seems to be only the Democrats weeds act like it's an emergency and doing something unusual like postponing the state of the union sort of reflects that concern. I also think in, you know, CNN reported this that Stephen Miller and Trump in the White House. A writing are in the middle of writing a state of the union that basically lies in blames Democrats for the shutdown. So the idea that Trump is going to get up there. The state of the union with Pelosi standing right behind him and go on full of our fifty sixty minutes just lying about how the Democrats have caused the shutdown and lying about immigration like he did on in prime time. The other night is crazy like there's no. Need to let him do that. I mean, there's this. This is really interesting on several on so many levels. The I mean, if you like I've been fascinated by the reaction of the residents of conventional wisdom nation about this. So they've been sort of two strains of thought one is that Pelosi risks a backlash because people in this country, a state of the union, the president to be respected, right?.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"This can't help Stephen Miller is a former IRS Commissioner remember that big tax cut approved by congress and the president. This is the first time it will be reflected in most people's tax returns. Miller says the IRS already had its hands full preparing for all the changes, updating its computer software and writing new paper forms, and while that work is likely being done by the IRS personnel who remain on the job. Miller says there is a lot of other work that isn't the other piece that will harm folks is the readiness of forms. The readiness of guidance the readiness of people on the phone, even if the phones open, whether those people will be sufficiently trained to help folks are not is a real issue in my mind. Another thing the IRS isn't doing now is conducting any audits or other types of enforcement. But Miller says fear not the age. Agency is taking your money, for example. If you paid we're about to pay your January fifteenth estimated tax payment is I did this past weekend. They're more than happy to accept that money. If you were a refund of some kind because your tax year ended, and this is a time for that refund. Not so fast getting that money back out last year, the IRS paid more than two hundred twelve billion dollars in refunds in the first three months of the year, an average of almost twenty nine hundred dollars. Oh, be acting director. Russell VAR told reporters today that tax refunds will go out despite the shutdown former IRS Commissioner John Coskun says for many people receiving a timely refund may not be a matter of life or death. But for some low income tax payers, they're refund is a big deal. Obviously if it does for some period of time and lower income people are denied their refunds which fire oftentimes the biggest financial events in the year for them. You may create a crisis. Particular situations. But for the vast majority of people received refunding delay is not life threatening issue. The IRS may decide to bring back some of their furloughed workers as the tax filing season nears. But so far the agency has been tight lipped about its plans. The house plans to bring up a measure tomorrow to fund the agency through the rest of the fiscal year. A move likely to be opposed by Senate Republicans and the White House Brian Naylor NPR news Washington now, it's time for all tech considered..

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