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"steve scully" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Sign up. So you never miss an episode. I'm Steve Scully for the Wednesday edition of Washington today, hoping you enjoy the rest of your evening. C SPAN's Washington Journal. Every day we take your calls live on the air on the news of the day, and we discuss policy issues that impact you and coming up Thursday morning, we'll discuss state election laws and recent changes to George's voting laws with Aaron Shirt, director of legislative affairs for Common Cause and honest Elections Project executive director Jason Sneed. Also Sheryl Gay Stolberg of The New York Times talks about the expansion of subsidies than the enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act. Watch these fans Washington Journal Live at seven Eastern Thursday morning and be sure to join the discussion. Your phone calls Facebook comments, texts and tweets. Yeah. On this March. 31st. This is a Washington today on C Span radio. Also available is the podcast. I'm Steve Scully. Here are some of your Wednesday headlines in Pittsburgh Late this afternoon, President Biden, unveiling a $2 trillion infrastructure plan Senate on fixing roads and bridges, expanding broadband Internet access and boosting funding for research and development to pay for the White House is proposing Ah higher corporate tax rate. We'll have details just ahead. Fizer, announcing its covert 19 vaccine is safe and effective, 100% effective in preventing the illness in teenagers, ages 12 to 15. The vaccine, which is given in two doses three weeks apart, is already cleared for emergency used to those over the age of 16 and up in the company planning to request emergency use authorization to those 12 to 15 year olds in the coming weeks. All of his coming. Is the CDC announcing that Cove It was the third leading cause of death last year, and another news a Democratic candidate for Congress from Iowa's second congressional District today, dropping her challenge in a race She lost by six votes. And it's Day three of the Derrick Shobin trial in Minneapolis. Just some of the stories shaping Washington today. It's all ahead here once he spend radio We begin with President Biden, who was in Pittsburgh this evening. Just weeks after signing into law, a $1.9 trillion covert relief bill. The president is proposing a massive investment in our nation's roads and bridges. The White House is describing it as a second phase of a two part economic plan that will be debated in Congress over the next several months. There are progressives in the Democratic Party, who say the plan doesn't go far enough. Republicans are critical of the price tag and higher taxes. We begin with the president in Pittsburgh early Or today. So today, I'm proposing a plan for the nation that rewards work, not just rewards well, it builds a fair economy. To give everybody a chance to succeed is going to create the strongest, most resilient, innovative economy in the world. It's not a plan that tinkers around the edges. It's a once in a generation investment in America unlike anything we've seen or done. Since we built the interstate highway system in the space race decades ago. In fact, so largest American jobs investment since World War two will create millions of jobs, good paying jobs will grow the economy, make us more competitive around the world, promote our national security interests and put us in a position to win the global competition with China. And the upcoming years is big. Yes, his bold yes. And we can get it done and has two parts. American jobs Plan and American families plan Both were censored or economic future. In a few weeks, I'll talk about the Americans family plan, But today I want to talk about the Americans. Jobs plan began with the heart of the plane. It modernizes transportation infrastructure, our roads. Bridges or airports. I just let your report is director. The airport said We're about to renovate the airport. Is that right? Mr County Executive. We're gonna have a very good for thousands of people, but she looked at me said I can't thank you enough for this plan that grows the economy and key ways that puts people to work to repair and upgrade that we badly need. It makes it Easier and more efficient to move goods to get to work and to make us more competitive around the world. The president earlier today in Pittsburgh, and we learned that he did have a conversation with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell about the plan. But Senator McConnell and other Republican leaders remain critical of the $2 trillion price tag. Calling it an anti business tax and spend package that likely will become the second proposal that the president will push through Congress using the reconciliation process. Meanwhile, the ranking Republican member of the House Ways and Means Committee, Kevin Brady of Texas, saying that the spending proposal amounted to what he called an economic quote sugar high. That would boost US corporate income tax rates to 28%, which would be among the highest in developing countries also worse than China's 25% corporate based tax rate, But the President today defending the price tag. American JOBS FAMILY Me too, a transformational progress. You're up with the tackle climate change with American jobs.
"steve scully" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Weekly I'm Steve Scully in Washington, the United States and our NATO allies viewing China increasingly is an economic and security threat with warnings to Beijing on the possibility of tougher Western measures. Just ahead. We take a closer look at the Strained relations between two of the world's largest economies. Our conversation with Dr Terror Oh, she's an expert on the region. Imagine fellow with the Husband Institute and a U S. Air Force veteran. Now China is home to an estimated 1.4 billion residents. While the Bite administration says there is room for our two countries to work together on common issues like climate change and the Corona virus pandemic in other key strategic areas, there remains a growing gap. Here's the president also take on directly that challenges posed by our prosperity, Security and democratic values By our most serious competitors. China will confront China's economic abuses counter. It's aggressive course of action to push back on China's attack on human rights, intellectual property and global governance. But we're ready to work of Beijing when it's in America's interest to do so. And there is another trouble spot in Asia for President Biden. It came up in his recent news conference. That's North Korea's ongoing nuclear missile development, a serious of short range test being viewed as a direct challenge to the United States terror. Oh also commented on another ongoing question whether North and South Korea will ever be unified. You know, I used to say that yes, I see unified Korea some point they'd be in my lifetime, but that's when I used to think. That Ah Unified Korea would look more like South Korea. Liberal democracy market economy, capitalism where people have freedom and prosperity. That's what and I think that's what most people think. When we talk about unified Korea, Um, but I submitted earlier, North Korea. His goal is to unify Korea, their it system off human rights violations. And though individual freedom, uh and it may some absurd that Don't tell would even consider that as a goal, but it has been in school for decades. More of our conversation just ahead. But first some background on America's policy towards China. The secretary of state Tony Blinken, choosing Asia as his first overseas trip, And during his remarks in Seoul, South Korea. He spoke about the China Challenge. We're united in the vision of a free and open Endo Pacific region where countries follow the rules cooperate. Whenever they can and resolve their differences peacefully. And in particular, we will push back of necessary when China uses coercion or aggression to get its way that from Secretary State Tony Blinken. He was in South Korea earlier in March and joining us on the phone is Dr Terror. Oh, she is an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute. Let me begin with the state of relations between the US and China in particular. How would you assess them? Well, I think we have been talking about Try not being a rising power, but I think it's gone. Beyond that. China is actually challenging US power and the global order. That we have, And so obviously it's going to be, um Yeah, I would say more confrontational, and that's what we have seen in the past in not just in national security around, but also an economic realm is lost. Why more confrontational? What's the reasoning behind that? Um, well, us is that an established power and China is Trying to replace the United States. It's what if you look at China's goal China driven by the one party, uh, Chinese Thomas party. Their goal is not just Um, existing side by side with the United States, but it really wants to dominate, and it has shown itself that that's what it wants to do. Um, starting out with the region, Of course, you know, in South China Sea where they built the military base on the island. On Dawei. It deals with this neighbors such a South Korea on other countries when they don't do things that China likes, Um So that's what we have seen, I think, even recently as the meeting in Alaska Sort of began with a long diet trip tribe and it really went beyond the diplomatic protocol. They were supposed talk for two minutes each, and it went way beyond that, and it's sort of to ask yourself. Why are they Making their messages so clear to the point regarding the military confrontation or potential confrontations between the U. S are allies and China. This is what defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said. Also in South Korea..
"steve scully" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I'm Steve Scully. We're glad you're with us. And here are some of your Thursday headlines today marks one year. It was on this day in 2020 that the World Health Organization declared that Cove in 19 is a pandemic and in a newly released study a warning from the British medical journal That this latest variant that has been detected in more than 100 countries is potentially more deadlier and more vile than some of the previous versions. It comes as President Biden signing a new bill to speed up vaccines and move the country out of a shutdown mode. A massive piece of legislation totaling close to $2 trillion and the International Olympic Committee will be purchasing Corona virus vaccines from China for all of the Olympic athletes ahead of the summer Games in Tokyo and next year's Beijing Winter Games. Also on Capitol Hill, the house approving two new gun control measures, But the bills facing an uncertain future in the U. S Senate, the story shaping Washington today, It's all ahead here on C SPAN radio, and we begin at the White House where President Biden today signing at $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Rescue package into law. He was joined by Vice President Kamila Harris in the Oval Office, his signature coming a day earlier than expected, after the House of Representatives moved more quickly to get it to the White House. And the Bite administration is touting this as a major legislative accomplishment for the new president, more from the White House with President Biden. Thank you for coming in. In the weeks that this bill is been discussed and debated, it is clear that the overwhelming percentage of the American people Democrats,.
"steve scully" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You're reading from was to define cases that are so well settled that no political actors and no people seriously push for their overruling and I'm answering a lot of questions about row, which I think indicates that road doesn't fall in that category. And scholars across the spectrum say that doesn't mean that Rose should be overruled. But descriptively. It does mean that it's Kate. Not a case that everyone has accepted and doesn't call for its overruling I. Okay, So here's what Here's What So the senator is trying to pretend that Roe v vs Wade isn't trying to some kind of Super president, which can't be overturned by the Supreme Court. And that in and of itself is hold. Holy ridiculous concept. Of course, that being said it's no guarantee that the Supreme Court will even hear a case on Roe vs Wade or overturning. This is all entirely speculative, which is what makes the idea is what makes the exercise holy ridiculous because the time would be far better spent attempting to Ah, get to the heart of how any Cockney Barrett arrives at her judicial process, like the thought process behind her determinations. And her bonified in that area. But that is not the way that Democrats are choosing to use their time Now. There was one other thing that I wanted to cover. This was nonsense happening in Portland, Portland for this past Monday. The protesting started around with 9 P.m. on Sunday and the protestor organizer is called this event, the indigenous Indigenous Peoples Day of rage. This is over the federal holiday of Columbus Day that we just had and you know it. It strikes me as a little bit irrational to have such deep seated rage over somebody who lived in the 15 hundreds, but that's just me. They also expressed their outrage at a statue of Teddy Roosevelt tighter titled Theodore Ouzo, Rough writer before throwing red paint on the monument and using a blowtorch on its base. They also pull down a statue of Abraham Lincoln Spray painting Dakota 38 on the beta base of that statue after the 30 Native Americans, the former U. S president approved to be hanged after they were involved in a conflict with white settlers. So and President Trump. Naturally, he responded to this. He called them Biden, fools. Captioning a video of the protest these air Biden fools, antifa radicals, get them FBI and get them now, of course, Donald Trump. Never going to leave that alone on DH Portland, continuing to experience unrest more than 100 days. What do we have to like 120 140 days of nearly continuous protest? Ng and these people are said to be peaceful, mostly peaceful protest, pulling down statues threatening neighborhood's burning down buildings for like, three months. Straight, guys, This is not Peaceful and in other news I wanted to cover Steve Sculley of C C span. He has been put on administrative leave after he lied about being hacked now, Steve Scully, you may remember was supposed to be the moderator for the Thursday Thursday the 15th debates, but but that didn't pan out and before he did, so, is this all This all stems from a tweet, which Steve Scully had sent to Anthony Scaramucci. Ah! And then he denied that he had originated the tweet stating that he had been hacked. C Span believed him, Andre said. They backed him up vouching, they said Steve Scully did not originate. The Tweet believes his account has been hacked. But now C Span has tomato on their face because hey later admitted Tio, deceiving his employer and, of course, the nation and they put him on administrative leave. But this isn't permanent that they're putting. They're signaling. I possible return to C span for Scully because they tweeted out. After placing him on administrative leave, they said. During his 30 years at C Span, Steve consistently demonstrated his fairness and professionalism. As a journalist. He has built a reservoir of goodwill among those he has interviewed. Fellow journalists are viewers and with us after some distance from this episode, we believe in his ability to continue to contribute to C span, so it doesn't matter that he's biased. It doesn't matter. That he lied to his employer. Doesn't matter that on repeated occasions he's used that excuse of being hacked. No, no, A cz long as you express the park proper politics and ah then you're going to get away with these things Scot Free. Very disgusting. But worthy to cover more on the way. Ah, so stay tuned. You're listening to Saturday night on the circle. Meet Kelly.
Recap: Trump's NBC Town Hall And Biden's ABC Town Hall
"Town halls. Last night, ABC News George Stephanopoulos posting Joe Biden, the former vice president of the United States, now the Democrat nominee for president, Donald Trump. Meanwhile, the president of the United States was on NBC with Savannah Guthrie. Yes, There was no debate last night. Yes, it was cancelled by the debate commission. Yes, Steve Scully, the guy who was supposed to moderate the debate. It turns out, he lied about being hacked on his Twitter account. So his life isn't going too well right now, but we still got a debate. Savannah, Guthrie and President Trump were debating one another for almost the entire town hall. They were just cats and dogs all over each other the entire time. Very little time for voters toe get a chance to question the president of the United States. Although there was a funny moment. 27 listen to this woman. She's a Biden lead leaning Supporter, writes that she's leaning towards Joe Biden. Her name is Paulette Dale. And here's what she had to say the moment she had a chance to question the president of the United States question. Evening, Mr President, I have to say you have a great smile. The guy's hands. You're so handsome when you smile. Thanks. Mom was totally fan Girling. She was She was like Backstreet Boys, just like boy banding all over again, you know I don't think she's voting for Biden. I just have this hunch again. There's another producer who I think lost a jobless. There's a lot of unemployment to based on the town hall last night. It's still funny. And by the way she was being attacked, of course, like because everything is the next potential crisis. Everything's all out war. You're never allowed. Teo. You know, you give comfort to the enemy. So just You have a great smile. You should smile more. I love your smile and being destroyed for that. Well, that's a big thing on the left. You don't tell her where I'm tired of being constantly told that I should smile more because you never tell menace smile more that That's a thing for the For the women on the left. Yeah, well, maybe she was two birds. One stone She got in there last night, and it made it Was added a couple of men to the smile equation, adding President Trump to it. Oh, and last night. Also Joe Biden remember facing off against Stephanopoulos. This was a tough one cut 40. You know? Finally, Finally we get to the issue of Hunter Biden in a national setting. Here's that moment last night. That's right now it didn't come up at all. We've sighted and Garfunkel were there. How did I miss this? Nobody. Simon Garfunkel in the entire 90 minutes. 30 different question. Town Hall. Joe Biden doesn't get a single one about the newly emerging evidence that he appears tohave corrupted American foreign policy to the benefit of his family's financial interests. Not a single question about this last night, not a surprise. But ABC. Throws in with on overwhelming effort by the media and the big tech companies to suppress an important story that the New York Post has been breaking every single day for the last couple days. No, it was. It was just so amazing. And I'm glad that I watched them separately. Just because for me, I don't have the ability to just pay attention. Both. I'm afraid, miss something. So, Watson separately, I will say, though. A job in town hall. I just started playing a game on my phone because they would ask a question. And Joe Biden would start answering the question. And then he would meander through a whole bunch of different topics. Everything that was going on in his head. He would meander all over the place. I was waiting for the big giant, you know, Biden Gaff which wasn't there didn't happen. I'm just gonna float this and I could be 100% wrong. So this is just a thought that has gone through my head last night. He He was just talking so much. I thought somebody put him on Ritalin. He was just just going and go. He was taking like Barack Obama length to answer a question. Yeah, they say that he stayed for 30 minutes after the town hall and kept answering questions. He kept talking forever. ABC never heard that footage released it by the way they should. If he have cameras and a microphone on him. We should see the footage of his Q and a with the voters after that thing was done last night released Joe Biden. I do want to get to this. This. He was asked about court packing last night. Cut 45 with George Stephanopoulos. Here is here is his new answer on court packing. How about that question of expanding the court hears what you said exactly one year ago tonight at a Democratic debate, he said, I would not get into court packing. I would not packed the court. That's not what you're saying Now is the nomination of Judge Barrett Reason enough to rethink your position. What is the nomination and what I wanted to do? George? You know if I had answered the question directly, then all the focus is beyond what's Biden going to do? If he wins instead of on? Is it appropriate? What is going on now? And it should stay. This is the thing that the president loves to do always take our eye off the ball. What's his state? One of these, Peter suggested is and there's a number of constitutional scholars have suggested as well that there are at least 45 options that are available to determine whether or not you could change the way in which the court lifetime appointment takes place. Consistent, arguably. With the Constitution. I have not been a fan of court packing because I think it just generates what will happen every whoever wins. It just keeps moving in a way that is inconsistent with what is going to be manageable. So you're still not a fan, but I'm not a fan of Don't say it depends on how this turns out. Howie wins but how it's handled how it's handled. There's a hostage crisis. You don't play by my rules on packing the court how it's handled. What does that mean? We know how it's going to be handled. There's a vote on the 22nd. She's going to get confirmed me how it's going to be handled. He? That is about the clearest indication he's given yet that he intends to pack the court. Yeah, he said last night he is open to packing the United States Supreme Court. And it depends on how it's handled. He's got the gun to our heads, he says. Go ahead. You want me to pack the court approve any Cockney? Barrett put her on the Supreme Court. I'll do it. That's the answer he gave in his own marble mouth, Joe Biden Way.
C-SPAN suspends Scully after he admits to lie about hack
"So last night fence we had the two competing town halls and Joe Biden got a two hour town hall. President Trump got a 40 minute town hall because the 1st 20 minutes of his town hall were spent arguing with Savannah Guthrie, who thought she was there to debate the president. But what last night was supposed to be was supposed to be nice to be a town hall with both candidates on the same stage, which could have happened last night and should have happened last night. But that was a goat rodeo. And so it didn't happen last night, thanks to the council on the presidential debates. S so instead, we have the two competing town halls. Now. C Span's Steve Sculley was supposed to be moderating that town. Holly's has been one of the moderators of the town hall That was supposed to happen last night. And the whole thing fell apart and part of this whole thing falling apart. You know the president was was the president, you know? Could he be there without being a super spreader they were calling on Biden's campaign, you know, apparently didn't want in there. They only wanted him there. If he was encased in like the boy in the plastic bubble like John Travolta, you know all these ridiculousness, but Steve's going one of getting caught up in this Because President Trump criticized Steve Scully as a never Trumper And Scully tweets at Scaramucci Anthony Scaramucci build Trump aide Should Scaramucci Should I respond to Trump? And everybody is thinking. Oh, he meant his put this editor a D. M. He meant to message right scare a Scaramucci directly, but instead he tweeted it out. And that, of course, caught everyone's attention. So in response to that, Scully says, My Twitter account was hacked, and we all laughed at it because it was like the third time. He said that his Twitter account has been hacked. And every time it happens, his Twitter account goes away. And then it comes back once the controversial wait. I'm sorry. There were multiple times that he did that. Yeah, there was more than what there was more that I have. No, it's okay. I didn't. I just didn't realize that okay? Yeah, he's done a multiple times hilarious even worse. Yeah, so so his account goes away, and then it comes back. So that's why I think a lot of people were a little little suspicious about him, saying that his account was hacked yet again. Well, turns out he could not keep up the lie, and he has admitted that his Twitter account was not hacked, he said. I falsely claim that my Twitter account had been hacked. So he has now been suspended as the political editor Force C span after he admitted that his Twitter feed was hacked. And you know what part of me feels like. Okay, good for him. He admitted it. How many of these people especially on the left will ride that denial down into the grand and into their graves? Because they say, Hey, it worked for joy Reid. So it'll work for me and what is left. Do they just deny and double down on denying double down and then they dare you to continue to come after them and most on the right, Just go OK and they walk away, but that didn't work for Steve
"steve scully" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Out for slow traffic 94 West moments when I 75 in Lynwood, and we're still seeing heavy traffic in 59 eastbound between Mound and Van Dyke. Taking a look at your forecast tonight Gonna be mostly cloudy overnight with a low around 36 as temperatures are dropping. Tomorrow. Mostly sunny through out the day. Expect a high near 55 right now all cloudy and 51 degrees from the townhall dot com newsroom C SPAN is suspending political editor Steve Scully after he admitted to lying about his Twitter account being hacked. Scully was scheduled to host the second presidential debate that was supposed to be tonight. He sent a tweet to former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, asking if he should respond to President Trump. Negatively. One challenge down it. He claims someone hacked his account. He is now asking for forgiveness. With no debate tonight, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will still go ahead to head in a different manner. Trump will take part in the town hall with NBC News Wall of item will present will be president for a town hall on ABC. Old program started 8 P.m. Eastern. Two TV series about the Detroit use choir are now in the works. Blumhouse TV has reportedly working on a scripted and unscripted series about the choir within with the record. Anthony White. The group gained national attention in 2019 when they finished second on America's got talent. We update traffic weather four times an hour. I'm Tim Cook on the Patriot for more than 1.5. And am 1400. This is John McCollum. We hope you enjoy this rebroadcast on my show. Please. Remember, though, that this is a recorded show when you hear the phone number and.
"steve scully" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Think it was last Friday's show that we talked. I think it was in speed round that Rob talked about Steve Scully sending out that tweet to Scaramucci after the second presidential debate was changed. Obviously, Now we all know it's canceled, but last week it was simply changed into a virtual format, and Trump had announced. I'm not participating in a virtual debate. That is just not happening because, of course, the debate commission actually neglected to confer with the candidates to make sure that was OK before making the announcement. So once, Trump said, No, I'm not going to do that. Steve Scully, who was to be the second debate moderator. Inexplicably tweeted to Anthony Scaramucci. Should I respond to trump? That's what he tweeted to him. And Scaramucci actually answered, and I can't remember what he said. He was, like, Ignore it. He's having a really hard time. There's going to be some more stuff coming out this week, so just ignore it. All of this took place on the part of Twitter that everybody can see. So we talked about that on Friday, and then the debate commission tweeted out that Scully had informed them. Steve Scully had informed them that his account had been hacked. Which seemed very, very suspicious, very suspicious. People don't believe that that actually happened. No. And now it turns out that people are retweeting old tweets of Steve Scully's from two other occasions where he claims to have been hacked, and it's like dude, get ahold of your account if that's really happening. Do the two factor verification or do what it takes to secure your freaking accountant. But it's it's utter bull crap, because why let's say, for example, let's just say for the sake of argument that it was a hacker. What'd you as a hacker? Think? Okay, I'm in this journalist's account. I'm going to tweet to Scaramucci. Yeah, like that's what you're going to Dio exactly. It's do you really think that it was half? No, I absolutely do not now and what I've discovered over the weekend. Steve Sculley follows us which I didn't know Andi, so I'm able to see his account. He's since made a private since all the stuff went down over the weekend. He has since made a private, but I can still see it. And then he tweeted something like just really benign because he he shut down completely for a little bit and then made this benign, weird statement about how he was really honored. To have been chosen to do the debate and that, you know, just something like, really, really. Not not anything to do with this whole controversy, but something just thanking. You know the debate commission for choosing him as a moderator. That was it, so he's not even addressing the hacking thing. It's everybody else that's addressing it for him, which is really odd. What are the What is this hole? I apologize for Saturday Sweets regarding weight loss, right? So that was one of the time that was in May of 2012. He said. Oh, yeah, I was. I was hacked. Darn. Those hackers have a great Sunday and then again in March of 2013 he tweeted. I apologize for earlier tweets. My account was hacked, okay? I mean, this is his constant, isn't it? Okay, So this is the thing. So this is those of the two examples of when he He just is OK. This is all because I don't know. Listen, you know I don't tweet and I don't get out there because I hate that place. I hate my say that place I hate Twitter with with the furious you would say Yeah, and I don't. I just think it's horrible. I don't want to be out there. I just think it's successful. So I don't know much about how this works and how easy it is to get half your not to get hacked. I mean, I spoke. You know good. Hackers can hack just about anything. But why would they wanna hack him? Well, exactly. And why? Once they hacked him, would they choose of all the people and all the things that they could do with his accounts? Teo to message? Yeah, our Scaramucci. It just makes no sense. So it is all very suspicious now, apparently. The FBI and Twitter are investigating the claim that Steve Scully has made that his account was hat. Do you think the FBI has better things to do? I mean, yes, I do, like a lot of things that they could be doing other than this. I mean, But I can also see where because of the attention in the national attention that this has gotten probably need to say definitively. Did this happen to this CAF? Fine. I just feel like you know, we've got the sole antifa problem. We've got other things going. I mean, their cities that are burning. I feel There are the things going on. Perhaps they could maybe be investigating. Besides a Twitter account being half this just my you know what sucks is that we're probably never going to find out like now that this headline says the FBI and Twitter are investigating this. Maybe they will. Maybe they won't. But the point is, we are never going to know there's never going to be any closure on this. And Steve Scully will forever more. Get to say. Oh, yeah, I was hacked again. So maybe it'll be the fourth time that people stop actually buying into his grass. Yeah, because this is nonsense, because the whole crying wolf thing. Yeah, exactly on Speaking of Twitter. They are making a lot of changes right now. In order to try toe prevent the spread of election Miss information That should be good. Because you know they've been flagging. Basically everything that Trump says s o. They always attached these little, you know, notes to it saying this is our only true Yeah, that they they flagged him. But then when you say Hey, I want the president to die. Of covert. Totally. Okay, Totally. Fine. Totally. Fine. If you want the president to die of covert, and you say that outwardly Yeah, that's totally fine. You're okay. Not misinformation. Okay, Totally fine. If you want the president, United States Harish. Totally fine Couple of the changes. We're making one That is really the most important. I think that they're making is that you as a candidate, Biden and Butt and Trump will not, and frankly, all the congressional candidates they will not be allowed to claim victory. Unless there's been an announcement from election officials or to national news agency. It'll take two months for them to decide exactly.
"steve scully" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Stuff? It's all about yoga appointments and Chelsea Clinton's wedding. And besides, at this point, what difference does it make? Yes, I know exactly. It's interesting. The president was on yesterday with Maria Bartiromo, and he was complaining about the fact that Pompeo hadn't had Coughed up these 35. I don't know how many's got There were 33,000 missing emails and she took the bleach bed to the to the computers. She she. She had the actually hammered the devices themselves to make sure that nothing could be tracked down because you know you want. You don't want people knowing what your yoga appointments are. Throw wine glasses up into ashtrays on the lamp or two, I guess when the ashtrays not as not as available as they used Obey. So, uh, So today he was complaining that the president was complaining again on Rush Limbaugh's show when he was there for his virtual rally for two hours and s O Guess what? Just after Ah President Trump had hung up the phone. There was there was Secretary of State Mike Pompeo saying Here they are. Hey, However, they are, by the way, Trump did a great job. He's got that radio radio gold. He did, That was that was a great appearance. He was a very relaxed that you know, people will give him grief last night, saying he coughed a couple of times when he was on Sean Show, But, you know, Hey, you know how many times Joe Biden coughs during one of his rallies, and he's not even sick. I know Clinton was a was a coughing machine. Speaking of as someone who's planning a wedding. I just cannot wait to, you know, really delve into those emails about Chelsea's wedding because they must have been You know, so informative that she had to bleach Bentham. They're gonna be life changing for May the for so many people for so many people. This is exciting news. This has been a very good Friday stay as Taylor said. We would prefer to see some indictments from the U. S attorney for Connecticut John Durham. But you know we'll take this is a consolation prize. Honestly, I hate this expression. But beggars can't be chooser Tze and at this point with the government we are beggars. They disappoint us over and over and over again, but I have to always point out. Does. My dad called me this morning. He's talking with Steve Scully Tweet, and he's saying to me now he's saying he's been hacked. Can they? Even how is he going to prove that they are going to it? Here's the thing, guys. Sometimes you just gotta take it as a win. Steve Scully is so thoroughly embarrassed by that tweet. If you missed it, he tweeted at Anthony Scaramucci. Should I respond to In classic old man. A lot of people don't don't know the details of this scandal. Not everybody is obsessed with politics like we are. Okay, let me break it down. So Steve Scully is the objective reporter who is going to be moderating or wass going to be moderating the C span. Babe. We're gonna have to use a lot of air quotes in this OK? He also used to be an intern for Joe Biden. Which I mean more power to you. That's not a job anyone would want. And then he went to work for our own. The hero of Chappaquiddick. Senator Edward Moore Kennedy. Yes, he's worked for some lions in the Senate. Yes. So Let's break this down. A lot of people were suspicious of how good he was going to be a ce faras, you know, not being super biased and whatever could he be a CZ impartial as Susan Page, the son of Mike Wallace, as President, Trump now refers to him refusing to use his own first night The bar was set so high by Chuck Wallace that we were worried for Steve. But here's the thing, Steve Decided last night to get some advice from another anti trump. Crazy man. Anthony Scaramucci trumps you guys probably remember because I believe he was White House press secretary for 11 days. Yeah, we actually were at the White House in the mail room Manager and I the day he was appointed. We saw him coming out. He's a He's a little short guy. We offer them one of our T shirts. Who is something I don't know. It was a It was very incendiary T shirt and he said, I don't know if I should be taking this the first day. But you don't have the old man is 10 days later. He was gone. And you were like I'm so glad I didn't give him that T shirt. We need 15 bucks off that butt. So now Anthony Scaramucci as a mooch as they call him, he is a He is a rabid anti trump style. Just read a couple of his recent tweets. We can we can We just explain to people that if you actually know what read this week, because it explains it pretty well. Trump wants chaos. It's not about winning the election. It's about avoiding jail. I was a couple of days ago. Three days ago. Would you let your Children near the cove Yid Cov Ery Cove Idiot! Cove Idiot! Cove Idiot! Donald Trump! The president is unwell. Those are just a few. And I'm not comparing this comparison is not meant to compare Rudy Giuliani and Anthony Scaramucci because I love Rudy and I think he's brilliant. But what I will say is this Steve Sculley, sending a message asking advice from Anthony Scaramucci would be like Chris Wallace sending Rudy Giuliani a message before a debate. That's the level of how far Left. Anthony Scaramucci is now the worst part of the whole thing. Is that and I said this before, in classic old man fashion he meant personally, You should be Howie. You should be taking it very personally, because honestly, the first thing I thought when I saw this tweet was wouldn't put it past Howie to send a private GM and think it was Percent of published one. I don't do the thie. They're not doing like that, because honestly, just send someone a text message. If it's that personal and private, sending a text, so he sent the D M saying Should I respond to Trump because Trump's been bashing him, saying how not on the level is going to be then? It gets so much better..
"steve scully" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"M and K. 259 a Jay Austin in the air on Lisa Brady Fox News. The White House physician has cleared President Trump to return to public events, but there's no word yet on a negative test for Corona virus. The president is hoping to resume holding rallies as soon as tomorrow. The president did say last night. That was also not 100% sure, that is In pain could get a rally organized in time because lately these events have been happening in airports for the president's essentially flies in, speaks and then flies right out boxes marked MEREDITH at the White House. The debate schedule also remains in doubt. After the president rejected the switch to a virtual format for next week's second presidential debate. He and Joe Biden of now scheduled their own separate events for that night. Meantime, questions being raised about the objectivity of the scheduled moderator for that second debate. C Span's Steve Scully over a tweet, But debate commission share Frank Fahrenkopf tells Fox is Brian Kilmeade show currently something now that's being on television on the radio, saying that he talkto Scaramucci who the guy was in the white car moves Scaramucci and that he's been talking to scared when he was hacked. That it didn't happen. Scaramucci is now part of an anti trump effort. The Gulf Coast already feeling the effects of Hurricane Delta expected to make landfall in southwest Louisiana today along nearly the same path, still recovering from Hurricane Laura six weeks ago. You don't have to know baseball to know his name. Whitey Ford, the chairman of the board, has died at age 91 the most prolific picture in New York Yankees history. Ford played his entire 16 season career for New York and pitch the Yankees to six World Series titles. 11 American League pennants. He won 236 games the most ever by a Yankee. More than twice as many games as he lost from 1952 1967 boxes. Jared Max Ford had the highest win percentage of any major league pitcher with at least 300 decisions, he would have turned 92. Ooh this month. America is listening to Fox News. NewsRadio KO BJ on Patrick Osborne. And this news is brought to you by AM CO total car care. Police are continuing to investigate several violent robberies this week in West campus, including an apartment where two men busted in and pistol whipped one of the tenants. The owner of that property cater, Joseph says crime of skyrocketing increase in Crime is Unbelievable. West campus and North campus We've had major robberies from San Pedro Street 22nd a half street to 31st 34. He owns numerous properties in that area, he says as Austin is scaling back its police force. He's having to spend his own money to fence off his properties and install new surveillance systems because, he says, the city is doing nothing to help. Local nonprofit voices of Austin is pushing hard against Proposition A. That's the $7.1 billion transit proposal on the ballot next month. Echoing other critics, the group says, despite what the city claims taxes would rise by nearly 25% of the group also says, according to the tax office rental rates would have to spike by about 26%. Boston bars air. Still not really a fan of the governor's latest proposal, let them reopen next week. Austin Bar owner in the chair of the Texas bar and nightclub Alliance, Bob would, he says if the county judge ups in the proposal in a bar can re open the requirement to operate like a restaurant limits them further than just 50%. What they apply to this is we want you to go into your bar, put tables and chairs out. Make sure that no customer will be within 6 ft of another customer, and then eat half of it 20 questions Why The Texas bar industry is being treated this way, rather than just opened with limitations. Like other businesses, John Cooley, NewsRadio, Kale, BJ and almost 50% of students return to campus and Leander School District, which superintendent Dr Bruce Gearing says is about 20,000 kids. And next week Mohr Elementary students are expected to return. Let's check out now. Your news radio K LBJ radar Weather watch periods of positive sunshine..
"steve scully" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"President is hoping to resume holding rallies as soon as tomorrow. The president did say last night was also not 100% sure that his campaign could get a rally organized in time because lately these events have been happening in airports for the president's essentially flies in, speaks and then flies right out boxes marked MEREDITH at the White House. The debate schedule also remains in doubt after the president rejected the switch to a virtual format for next week's second presidential debate. He and Joe Biden is now scheduled their own separate events for that night. Meantime, questions being raised about the objectivity of the scheduled moderator for that second debate. C Span's Steve Scully over a tweet, But debate commission share Frank Faruq off tells Fox is Brian Kilmeade show apparently something now that's being on television on the radio, saying that he talkto Scaramucci who the guy was in the white hair moves Scaramucci and that he's been talking to scare when he was hacked. But it didn't happen. Scaramucci is now part of an anti trump effort. The Gulf Coast already feeling the effects of Hurricane Delta expected to make landfall in southwest Louisiana today along nearly the same path, still recovering from Hurricane Laura six weeks ago. You don't have to know baseball to know his name. Whitey Ford, the chairman of the board, has died at age 91, the most prolific pitcher in New York Yankees history. Ford played his entire 16 season career for New York and pitch the Yankees to six World Series titles. 11 American League pennants. He won 236 games the most ever by a Yankee. More than twice as many games as he lost from 1952 1967 boxes. Jared Max Ford had the highest win percentage of any major league pitcher with at least 300 decisions, he would have turned 92. Ooh! This month, America.
"steve scully" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"In This nationwide contest. You know who Steve Scully? Is He's a former intern for Joe Biden when Biden was a senator in Delaware. He works for C Span. Is Thewalters Antony, Bureau chief. He is an on air host. He writes about politics. He is also scheduled to be the debate moderator for the second debate, which is In jeopardy right now because the commission on Debates said that President Trump's Covad diagnosis made it too dangerous for the president to debate Biden live. And instead, the debate is going to be virtual. While President Trump said No, We're going to do a live debate or we're not going to do a debate at all. He backed out, he said. He's going to do a rally instead. This I think is just brinksmanship. This is an attempt to get the debate back Live. No, they're not going to shelve the debate. President Trump clearly wants to debate, Biden says. Now, if it's not a virtual debate, he's not going to take part because he thinks that President Trump is going to spread the virus to him. Did you see how far apart those guys were? Heck Pence and Kamala Harris were separated by Plexi Glass? You could put the two candidates in the little pope mobile things and they'll be just fine. Steve Sculley is set to moderate this debate, which is scheduled for Thursday night. My prediction is that it is still going to happen it President Trump is going to get several negative tests. Everybody around him is gonna have negative tests, they will be able to debate live. It's not going to be an issue. Especially after this. The commission on Presidential Debates is now reeling. After Steve Scully, the moderator of the debate. Sent a tweet that he rather obviously assumed to be a direct message. Now when you tweet It's public. Everybody can see it. When you direct message, somebody that's private, only the person that you message back and forth. It's like an email or an instant messaged its most closely akin to like my message or a taxed. If you Put someone's Twitter account first, if you say at Dan O'Donnell show. Hey, Dan, What do you think about the presidential race? I will see it because it'll show up in my feet, but it's also available for everybody else to see its public. Scully thought that what he was sending to Anthony Scaramucci last night was a direct message. He asked him should I respond? To trump Well, wait a second. Scaramucci. Worked for the Trump Administration for a grand total of about four days. He is now one of the biggest trump critics in the entire country. He appears on CNN almost every day to just blast. President Trump. In the harshest terms. Predicting the diarist consequences for America if Trump is not Voted out of office. Why exactly was Steve Scully? Messaging Anthony Scaramucci for advice on how to deal with President Trump. Scaramucci for his part. Quote, Tweeted the Steve Scully tweet. And said, Ignore He's having a rough go of it. There's more bad stuff about to come out. I'm not sure if Scaramucci realized that this was public, but I assume he didn't know that it wass. The larger question that people have spent the entire night and morning asking is why is the supposed neutral moderator who, by the way, was an intern for Joe Biden. Asking one of the chief trump critics for advice and whether or not to respond. To trump You know what the commission on presidential debates just came out and said, according to Fox News. Scully's Twitter account. Was hacked. This ladies and gentlemen, is the oldest excuse in the mall. Yeah, my Twitter account if his Twitter account was hacked, usually what happens when there's a hacking? Remember when Johannes wanted to compose Twitter account was hacked and it started posting all sorts of bizarre racist messages and whatnot. That's what usually happens. You don't you don't make the mistake of tweeting at Scaramucci. Right. This is a real random thing to dio. If you're hacking Steve Scully's Twitter account. I'm not sure if the Tweet is still up. Let's let's go to Steve Scully's Twitter account and see if he put it up. Ah! I made the mistake of saying that he had deleted the tweet before he actually did it. And he has now deleted the tweet. I I I thought he had deleted it because I was not able to access the tweet for awhile. I'm not exactly sure what was going on there. So I said, Well, he deleted the tweet. It turns out he didn't delete it until at some point this morning when the commission on Presidential debates so Yeah, it was hacked to 80 totally totally unbiased moderator here he was hacked. Don't worry, situation normal. The former Biden in turn, will be totally neutral. When grilling Trump and Joe Biden in A debate. It's a funny story, but it's also Pretty darned revealing about just how just how biased thes people are. Chris Wallace clearly dislikes Trump. Clearly. Is a Democrat. Susan, if you had to guess which way Susan Page voted. Do you really need more than about three Say if I gave you Five different articles. I didn't tell you who they were by from U s A. Today I'm dead serious about this. And I said, Okay, Is this a democratic partisan or an unbiased.
Is the Miami Presidential Debate Still Happening on October 15?
"Week's planned virtual presidential debate is a nonstarter with President Trump. Trump said on Fox business. He won't waste his time on a virtual debate because, among other things, Joe Biden would be handed the answers. That came shortly after the commission on presidential Debates announced the October 15th debate between Trump and Biden would be virtual. In the interest of safety. Biden's campaign quickly agreed to the virtual approach. The town hall format would have the moderator C SPAN anchor Steve Scully and the questioners in Miami, while Trump and Biden will be in separate locations.
"steve scully" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A lot going on yesterday. Some of the review some of the actual analysis of the debate between Mike Pence. Well, ah, lot of it focused, of course, because camel a lost big time on the fly. But what they said about the fly was crazy to fly that landed on Mike Pence's head. Gayle King. I mean, this woman is just I mean, it just shows goes to show you everything that turns into, I don't know. Ah, racial thing. Listen to her at one point when they were talking about systemic racism. I think it's very interesting timing. That a fly would land on Mike Pence's head at that particular time when he said that there really wasn't systemic racism. I saw the fly basically going. Say what I mean. It was very interesting. I think she actually said At one point, she called it a fly of color. No, she didn't. She's ready. God, I've never seen a white fly You. No, no, no. No, but that is hilarious. And then there's this evil dude. Ah, he's Ah, you know, they put him on as as a Republican. This guy, Steve Schmidt. I think he ran John McCain's campaign or something. Is it? McCain of Bernie Sanders? I think it was. It was a Republican guy. Yeah. Steve Bull Schmidt. Yeah. Anyway on the fly, Listen to this guy. I mean, I don't think it's ever a good sign when a fly Five lands on your head for two minutes. You know that's ah, That's a sign all through History of sin. Ah, fly you commands. The fly has always been seeing historically, the mark of the devil. Now I have that for the record. Are you joking? Because fly could've landed on anyone. Yes, but it didn't. It landed on my pants. And it says something. Scene flies land on Hillary Clinton before. That's AH on DH. Many Mike Bloomberg recently, right? Yeah. What was the excuse? Then? Let's get the reaction. Let's go back four years and get Steve Bullsh. Mit's reaction. It's just funny. I mean, they are. They're really nuts. They're crazy. I mean, if it wasn't so serious, it would be hilarious. But in this case, I'll just call it funny, the president finally, he says yesterday Well, he said he he attacked the debate commission and he's right. He's right about that. I mentioned earlier. I mean, they came out yesterday. It's 7 30 in the morning tea to deflect the bad news that Camel O lost, they said they go. They're going to change the rules to make it a virtual debate. And, of course, all the moderators. We talked about Steve Scully. He's he's collaborating with a known vicious anti trump hater Scaramucci. He meant it to be a private message. By all accounts. And anyway you have. So you have Steve Scully, who worked for a Joe Biden You have Chris Walters. Susan Page last with the vice president was clearly clearly biased anyway, the president on the debate commission and the virtual debate. No, I'm not gonna waste my time on a virtual debate. That's not what debating is all about. You sit behind a computer and do it debates ridiculous, And then they cut you off whenever they want. I have a host to I always thought was a nice guy, but I see he's a never Trumper. They called up two minutes ago, and it was announced. No, they're trying to protect Biden. Everybody is trying like that NBC disaster where he went on his show unless their home it was like it was meant for a child wasn't meant for a grown person, but you have to confront. You can't talk about that. But he's right. They treat him like a child. They treat Joe Biden like a little baby. They dough they just it's it's all puffball softballs. They don't want to hurt his feelings. I don't want to make it that they don't want to bring out the confused state that he's in. They don't want Put that on display. Whatever it is, it's all sick. Any 1 808 for 89222 on the Bernie It's It's going to talk to Bill Donohue, always a very fiery interview with Bill Donohue from the Catholic League. The Ah Archdiocese of Brooklyn, along with the Orthodox Jews have sued the state of New York over First Amendment rights to practice Ah religious worship. Also Ah, Alan Dershowitz on the 25th amendment on the Amy Cockney Barrett hearing, starting On October. 12, We're coming right back. A.
2nd presidential debate in doubt after Trump balks at virtual format
"Debates have an effect on the presidential election. Come on political strategist Ron Dots Our doesn't think so. I thought that Kamala Harris early on the debate, scored some points on the pandemic issues. Later on. I think that Vice President Pence trying Teo get her to not to do not respond to the packing the court issue and she dodged that, and he was pretty aggressive. Pursuing that, he says both sides could make a case that they won last night's debate. Meanwhile, next week's planned virtual presidential debate is a nonstarter with President Trump told Fox Business this morning. I'm not going to waste my time on a virtual debate. That came shortly after the commission on Presidential Debates announced the October 15th debate between Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden would be virtual come. A political strategist doubts our thinks the president will end up taking part, President Trump need the second debate. You know he's not trailing in critical states as well as most likely voters nationwide. So when you're trailing like he's trailing, you've got to have a debate and you've got to be able to score some points. The town hall format would have the moderator C SPAN anchor Steve Scully and the questioners in Miami. While trumpet Biden would be in separate locations. The issue of safety came up after Trump tested positive for the Corona virus last week. Come on his time. 9 30
Trump says he won't debate Biden next week in virtual format
"Next week's planned virtual presidential debate is a nonstarter with President Trump, Trump told Fox Business this morning. Quote. I'm not going to waste my time on a virtual debate always came shortly after the commission on Presidential Debates, announced this morning that the October 15th debate between Trump and Joe Biden would be virtual. Because the president has covert 19 coma political analyst Ron Dots our thinks the president will end up participating. President Trump need the second debate. You know, he's not trailing from critical state as well as most likely voters nationwide. So when you're trailing like he's trailing, you've got to have a debate and you've got to be of the score Some points. The town hall format would have a moderator C SPAN anchor Steve Scully and the questions in Miami. The questioners would be in Miami world, Trump and Biden would be in separate locations. The Trump campaign manager, Bill Stepien, says the president will do a rally instead of taking part in that debate. Stepien has also been diagnosed with Corona virus, and he fired off a news release and called members of the non partisan debate Commission quote Swamp creatures who are trying to rush to Joe Biden's defense.
Vice Presidential Debate Moderated by Steve Scully
"Who knows when and how that's going to look for the presidential side? Right? Knight? This is pre president getting covert 19 their campaign not happy at all with the selection for the moderator for the second debate, which has you indicated about an hour ago is a town hall style. C SPAN anchor Steve Scully is the moderator. I don't know if you're familiar with Steve Scully. Yeah, yeah, I know who he is. But, well, he's been a host for C Span's Washington Journal, the intern. For Joe Biden. Okay. He was an intern for Joe Biden. All right. How do you How do you pick him? You know, it's so hard to find some of these folks that are in Washington that are kind of, you know, up to their elbows in it that haven't worked for someone. I know that it's a rather incestuous place. I get that. I mean from lobbyists who used to be lawmakers who are now bank and all kinds of money. Lots of choices, though, for you know who could do a debate, But I mean, a guy who in turn for one of the candidates? Yeah, I know. It seems a little. It's a little interesting. I'm really curious to see how this one like you said earlier. How this is pulled off at the town hall style. Interesting. Okay, so
"steve scully" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast
"That he when he knew that he said who knew healthcare was complicated answer that is everyone schmuck except you. This Supreme Court nomination is the ACA is online there it was impossible to actually. Yet any kind of substantive discussion and I hope we'll see that in the next one are is the debate commissioning to change some rules? They are they are going to at least have a microphone cut off provision for the moderator the moderator. The next debate is Steve Scully from c-span who certainly knows how to conduct a town hall under normal circumstances as we left the debate hall in Cleveland bumped into. Steve is it is face was a little paler. For those that don't watch a lot of C., Span Steve. Sees fans very interesting because they're great about this c-span of course was started by the cable industry right cable TV output, and it's a public affair I and lamb Brian Lamb and it's great because they just have to be there neutral boy they neutral and remember going on. C. Span went with my book rush Limbaugh, Big Fat Idiot and other observations when I first came out and I was doing jokes and I was being interviewed I can't remember who who was but it was. It was someone like Steve Scully. And I was doing jokes. And they can't laugh. Because that shows some some bias. and. It was great because I could see them wanting to laugh but not laughing I really respect that and you try really really hard to get. Yeah I remember Oh God on that thing. I just said something about mistakes I made and I said that I'd done a fundraiser for Pol Pot and then I. Remember taking phone calls and I got one from right wing woman who didn't like anything I. But then she said I soon as anything I. said that you liked and she said I liked the Pol Pot joke. Anyway so the point is this scully is the most neutral person. He just that's what he does, but he's pretty mild mannered. You know if you had Steve scully moderating a town hall between Barack Obama and.
"steve scully" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Moderate within Quality index up 54 time Now for a little bit of news from your neighborhood at 5 11 on a Wednesday morning. I'm not really sure if I wanna ask you what you thought about last night or not. Albert Parnell joining us? I gave me a headache. I felt exhausted after watching them. What my brain was like, What is going on here? Yeah, I think I mean, you have expressed a similar sentiment. So this is coming out of the Stockton record. So a 67 year old state prison locating and Tracy will be closing by next fall. The decision to shutter the dove Oh vocational institution is the result of the state's 2020 multiyear budget plan, which included the closure of the state prison. All right, thank you. Sounds good, buddy. Suppose Steve Scully is doing this morning. Oh, yeah, he is. You told me but tell everyone else. Steve Scully is the senior executive producer and political editor for C Span. And he is the next moderator of a man Now, you know, it was interesting. I was listening to a podcast yesterday, and they interviewed Martha ratted, Um, and for ABC, and she's done many big debate. So Martha Raddatz has been a White House correspondent and a political figure for sometime covered the military for many, many years, so she talked about the debates that she has moderated in the past. She did moderate one with President Trump. She's moderated. She moderated with Bill Clinton. And she said, as a moderator, one of the things you mentioned in this interview. This is before the debate eyes that as moderator, it's really tough. You can't play fact checker during the debate in real time, you know, and Chris Wallace got caught up in that a little bit last night. Ah, a few times, you know, Look. I felt for the guy and I think you know, as I said to you before and are our meeting before the show. I felt like he was me in the middle of my house and my two teenagers are arguing, right? I can't. I don't know how to stop this. And when he would argue with the candidates on certain fax a cz Martha Raddatz pointed out, she said, it makes you look as moderator like You're arguing with the candidate and taking the other candidates side. So she said. That was one of the things that she really concentrated on her debates is like, okay, there'll be plenty of fact checking. So are tweeting out fax right now I'm goingto like stick with just the question, Boy. Talk about a job where you have to think on your feet as a moderator. I mean, it's just coming at you so fast on especially last night. Well, and everyone was saying he really needed to be able to the ability to cut the mikes. There's so much talk about not only from last night, but what we can look forward to the second debate and how the format may even change now. I mean, everything is just up in the air. Given that craziness we have all experienced Koven, 19 and kids going back to school. Is it safe? The new trends the science Dr Simone Wilds. We like her. She joins us in three minutes. Judge.
Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates
"Four debates Total three, then presidential one vice presidential debate. The first is happening. September 29th. That's with Fox News host Chris Wallace in Cleveland. Then on October 15th in Miami. We've got one hosted by C SPAN, Steve Scully and that one's been labelled as a town meeting. Think kind of town hall. We're still kind of Figuring out how that'll play out in terms of soliciting questions from from from voters. But the third presidential debate will be with NBC's Kristen Welker that on October 22nd in Nashville, and then there's a vice presidential debate with USA USA. Today's Susan Page on October 7th.
Biden-Trump presidential debate moderators confirmed for Miami
"At the mail distribution center in Orlando. In just six weeks, President Trump and Joe Biden will square off in a debate in South Florida. The debate at Miami's Adrian Art Center will be in a town hall format. October 15th undecided voters I'll get to ask questions of the candidates. The forum to be moderated by C Span's Steve Scully. The first presidential debate takes place September 29th in Cleveland, hosted by Chris Wallace from Fox News. The last debate October 22nd in Nashville
Fox, C-SPAN, NBC moderators for upcoming Trump-Biden debates
"We already know who will be involved in the presidential debate now we know who'll be moderating them the upcoming debates between president Donald Trump and democratic challenger Joe Biden figure to be a bruising heavyweight battle and like any other battle you're gonna need a referee in there the commission on presidential debates his name that third person in the rhetorical ring Chris Wallace of fox news will do the first one set for September twenty ninth in Cleveland the October fifteenth debate as a town hall format Steve Scully of C-SPAN will handle that and then B. C.'s Kristen Welker will do the October twenty second clash and Nashville as for the vice presidential debate USA today's Susan he gets the call to moderate the clash between Mike pence and challenger Kamilla Harris Oscar wells Gabriel Washington
Moderators announced for 2020 presidential debates
"The Commission on Presidential Debates, announced the lineup for three presidential debates this fall. Each forum will have a single moderator who was solely responsible for selecting the questions. Fox News anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate in Cleveland, September 29th. C Span's Steve Scully and NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker will host the 2nd and 3rd debates. October 15th and 22nd. Yusa today Susan Page will moderate the vice presidential debate October 7th Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would like to see immediate fact checking during the debates. I think that would make a great great debate. If everything both of us said was
Fox, C-SPAN, NBC moderators for upcoming Trump-Biden debates
"Of Fox News will handle the first scheduled debate on September 29th that'll be about between President Trump and Joe Biden in Cleveland. C Span's Steve Scully will moderate the second debate in Miami, October 15th. NBC's Kristen Welker will be at the helm of the third and final debate scheduled for October. 22nd in Nashville Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden met with reporters this morning in Wilmington,
"steve scully" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Twitter we're at C. span radio I'm Steve Scully in Washington thank you for listening WCS be from Washington from March twenty nineteen Jennifer Eberhardt discussing her book biased with congresswoman held that makes WCS be a promotion welcome to today's segment I am representative Val Demings from Florida and I am so honored to be here today with doctor Jennifer Everhart who has done what I would consider some very fascinating work in the area of human behavior but today we're going to talk about your latest book of which I love the title because I think it really conveys the areas that we really need to focus on and it's entitled biased uncovering the hidden prejudice that shapes what we see think and do thank god you're welcome it's great to be with you today thank you it's a pleasure to be here in in your book you talk about what I would say I'll use the word how we are conditioned and I'll use that word he will to respond to certain people and certain circumstances in a certain way right and what you refer to as implicit bias and you talk about how we can really show up in any profession hi at spent twenty seven years as a law enforcement officer and had the honor of serving as the chief of police I'm particularly interested in how we can show up in that profession but you clearly point out how implicit bias could show up in any profession right so could you just take a moment to talk just a bit about your background because I think it's so impressive and then if you'll kind of explain to us what you mean by implicit bias and how does implicit bias differ from what we all know and in many instances have experience just plain racism right right sure so I am a professor at Stanford University and I study race and inequality I've done a lot of work on racial bias in particular a lot in the criminal justice space but also in in education the workplace instruments and neighborhoods I've done a work looking at how race influences how people think about housing and how they evaluate homes and yeah yeah it's it is something that you seen everywhere it's there's no real sort of area of life where it can't get under our you know our our skin and start to influence how we think and and how we make decisions and how we act and so that's what the book is about trying to you know kind of follow that across all these different spaces to try to understand how people grapple with race and so you asked about how you know definitions right so I guess we can start there I got a different implicit bias is not necessarily the product of racism right right I mean they're not necessarily right yeah I mean to some extent it's just a product of how our own brains are wired in so we are wired to categorize a we're wired to to stereo type where will prior to you know to have beliefs about social groups that can get activated even without our awareness and that's really what implicit bias is it's our our thoughts and our feelings about social groups that can influence our our our decision making in our actions even when we're not aware of it so that's the definition and which is different right from you know people who are burning crosses or an appeal evil people or bad people so we're talking about everyday people who despite their intentions and despite their motivations may actually exhibit a bias and allow that bias to actually in fact the decisions they make so then you're saying implicit bias it is not it can affect all races all people regardless of their socio economic status you know necessarily who they are where is racism is more kind of deliver it yes learned behavior yes that what can you talk to the neighbor it is learned it is conscious you know it's yeah I mean I do a lot of people talk about that is like old fashioned racism but this is implicit bias is something that you may not even know you have something that you don't know is affecting how you're thinking even I mean even if you we know you know what the stereo types are about various social groups we don't always know that those stereotypes are influencing what we're doing how we're treating someone how we're evaluating someone you mentioned the what what you referred to in the book is the toxic association of characterization mmhm and it was just pretty it was kind of fascinating to me how you talk about how that influences what a person how they see things how they experience things how they are experienced people you also mention that our brains are wired to categorize right people and things could you write a little bit more about what you mean by that right what we need to categorize in order to make sense of all of the stimulus lie that are out there in the world that are imparting us right we have to figure out a way to organize it into make it coherent so that we have some sense of you know control so that we have you know it and I you know of a better idea about sort of you know so what it is that's out there so that we can make some good decisions and we can you know have yes this is almost like the brain can't handle everything that is exposed to and so there are these sort of techniques that our brains used to deal with all that information helpful some had a position as one of those things and we don't just categorize people we categorize you know animals other animals we categorize known furniture we categorize plants in all sorts of things but that characterization allows us to engage in the world and in the world becomes more coherent because of that kind of position but it's also is something that we do with people right so it's not just you know just so you know plants in in other animals it's it's social groups and when we categorize those social groups we we develop beliefs about people who are in that category we develop feelings Philip feelings about people who are in that.
"steve scully" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I'm Steve Scully in Washington we thank you for listening WCS be from Washington this week on afterwards a conversation which responsible she is author of the book the age of surveillance capitalism she's interviewed by nearly Patel editor in chief of the verge interview pro archive took place in January twenty nineteen welcome center this year thank you it's great to be here so I love the book I think it's incredibly important I'm sorry very basic question which is the question I you'd have to answer the first session of book what is surveillance capitalism what is your definition of it okay let's start with that so let's back up a little bit and give it a tiny bit of context it is long would understand that in the history of capitalism part of that the key way that capitalism involved is by taking things that live outside the market place outside the market dynamic and bringing them into the market so that they can be sold and bought and the famous historian Karl Polanyi wrote about the basic mechanisms mechanisms of industrial capitalism and the idea was that human activity kinds of things that people do it every day in their homes and their cottages was claimed for the market place and reborn as labor and that made it possible for labor to be sold and to be bought and that made waves labor possible and factory work and all the things that became the hallmark of maternity in a similar way nature was subordinated to the market dynamic and reborn as real estate or land so let's fast forward a century now right at the beginning of the twenty first century serve surveillance capitalism was invented the insight wise we can take human experience specifically private human experience and we can bring that into the market place to be sold as behavioral data so your that your Google search results are saying and I tracking of behavior on the internet and we can sell that in aggregate telling people we are and we are coming into the space of your private experience uninvited we are doing that typically in ways that are secret in designed to invade your awareness we are registering your experience in a variety of ways and then we are translating that into behavioral data that can be fed into our production prospers tasks which these days we call machine intelligence yeah that machine intelligence goes to work and it produces predictions I call those predictions products so it produces predictions of your behavior what you will do now soon and later those prediction products are sold into new kinds of markets the trade exclusively in behavioral futures think of it as a new kind of derivative so one thing that struck me in the opening of a was he ever discussion Adam Smith yes the specialization of labor changed who we are right as we can factory workers as we became industrialized society as people became their jobs changed who we are yes in your thesis is surveillance capitalism is once again changing who we are because those predictions are not necessarily just predictions they become persuasive suggestions are you are you saying that connections like fully realized or is this a warning that you're giving how do you where are we on that stuff are you that's such an interesting question because this really goes he is at the heart of the of the box in this sense because my my my thesis in the book is that we've really got to understand the mechanisms the imperative the internal logic of surveillance capitalism but in the end this moves beyond economics it moves beyond the commercial and and the business side of things to really I haven't creating a new vision of society and in the industrial world created by industrial capitalism you know we had a vision of society you ever many of our viewers will remember you know Charlie Chaplin's modern times that was of course a parity of this new vision of society that works like clockwork and works like a factory where you know it's not only mass production and mass consumption but mass society and everybody has their role to play and everybody has their their pardon makes a contribution and it's very hierarchical and and so forth standardization conformity all of those kinds of values those social qualities came out of the nature of industrial capitalism well now what is the social vision of surveillance capitalism and my argument is it stems from the whole machine learning framework in the machine learning framework you have various computers and devices and so forth let's imagine self driving cars let's imagine this a fleet of self driving cars well as the intelligence of the cars learn something it's not like one of the cars learns and the others are all on their individual learning curves and they may or may not learn that same thing or they may learn it tomorrow or a year from now as soon as one car learns they all learn right and in and in some of these architectures you know there's a central hub that's a lot of reading the data and doing the learning and then feeding that back to all of the individual parts so the point is that as one learns they all learn and they all are the same thing they all move in the same direction as far as the the learning goes so if one is no longer going to make the mistake of not stopping at a at a train crossing you know then all of them are learning that same thing this is a hive this is a hive mentality this is a hive structure and as I have studied how the surveillance capitals themselves think about society and think about how their breakthroughs are going to be transposed to the the control and functioning of society the idea is that society itself becomes a hive organization where we all moved into one with what did you know the front tier of the machine intelligence is at any given moment so there's there's machine learning taking place and that is being translated through the digital surround so all the devices and all the things that surround us these digital interfaces and in a variety of ways they are nudging and coaxing tuning herding us shaping modifying our behaviour in the direction of this one learning now we're talking about surveillance capitalism so the learning isn't just learning for learning's Hey and it's not learning for the sake of democracy for the sake of a better society it's learning for the sake of better commercial outcomes so now the final piece of the puzzle the light is that we're learning you know and being shaped and modify to move together in the direction that favor surveillance capitalism's customers and the commercial outcomes that they seek Shoshana soup off the age of surveillance capitalism in conversation with the editor in chief of the verge nearly Patel this conversation took place in January twenty nineteen I always wonder I have so many questions right the primary one that I find myself asking both as I read your book and I was like cover the industry is who fundamentally are those customers as it is it's turtles all the way down as it were buying ads and we're buying ad tracking and there's more I'm tracking because at some point you have to make a transaction as engaging more a more classical type of capitalism is to buy a product or service so that that those companies could then pay Google or Facebook for the advertising that is our primary product I think that's often glossed so when you think of those commercial outcomes how do you see those companies that are actually trying to sell your products changing in the model that you're describing this is so important what we're seeing is is this new logic is is going full circle is spreading across the economy through every economic sector so it was invented elaborated it Google it spread to Facebook it became the default model for sale and I quote you actually of course you have an amazing line Google invented and perfected surveillance capitalism in the same way that GM invented and perfected managerial capitalism okay so you were you right with me yeah because here's here's where I'm going I'm going right to GM and Ford so when you know first it becomes the default models as new logic of accumulation the default model in Silicon Valley for the start ups for the apps because they don't have an obvious product to make it to sell and there are many ways that these companies could have figured out how to monetize and build value and institutionalizing new value proposition for actual people who are now called users but they didn't do that because as soon as this path to monetization was discovered it's like as the crow flies they skipped over all the difficult kind of institution building that on the communists like Shawn Porter describes in his work they took the that little snippet about creative destruction but left behind all the important learning in terms that are about the years and decades and even centuries it takes to build robust new models economic production that are aligned with the the real needs of people in their society straight to this new monetization process okay but now because these are surveillance revenues have been shown who quit so startlingly successful we see companies in every sector migrating in this direction and here's where we come full circle to the Ford Motor Company where mass production began with the break through to the model T. back in the very early days of the twentieth century now as many of our viewers will now all of the auto industry is in a global slump car sales are to sustain low a way out of this doesn't there's no way out of this it's obvious on the horizon the CEO of Ford motor is now saying that the new path to profit margin for the Ford Motor Company is going to be monetizing data from their drivers and what he says is that we have a hundred million people driving cars with the little the little blue ovals you know we've got.
"steve scully" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Thank you for being with us on newsmakers thank you the moderator is C. span's Steve Scully and we continue the conversation is that call in the impeachment trial getting underway Tuesday what will you be looking for I'm really gonna be curious to see what the managers present obvious we've had new evidence and new facts come to light since the articles were past December of of last year there was a a government accountability office report that said there was actually a violation of the impoundment control act law that basically says that the person has to spend the money that Congress appropriates and that report came out just last week so the courtesy of managers incorporate that into their arguments and then it'll be after the manager's finish their process that it'll turn over the white house's defense it does indicate brought up the Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts his role in all of this it is kind of fascinating because the you know the Chief Justice you know could the weighted William Rehnquist I love the former chief judge of the late Chief Justice conducted the Clinton impeachment trial is you know he was famously quoted as saying I set out to do nothing and I accomplished it or you know something along those lines but the Chief Justice does have some leeway in terms of you know what questions you know how to frame questions that that are brought to him from some senators you know the the we could they could there's a potential for an ugly fight if the Chief Justice feels about ruling somewhere and the and the and say of the Majority Leader doesn't like that and brings up but motion to overrule I mean that could be ugly but I I kind of doubt they're going to go there I mean we we I think it would be important to see first on Tuesday what what I'm looking at is exactly how this will be organized I mean this this sounds very wonky but the organizing resolutions that they will bring out and they will vote on will tell us how late they are going to go into the day whether they will go actually on Saturdays I I would like to others also I believe it when I see it the the Dolby and six days a week and and also what sort of you know they they can change you know they they can as as a senator said they can bring up anything they want if they have the votes were there you know I have unanimous consent obviously so that if they if they they stay with the tone in the solemnity with which the Chief Justice opened the trial I think that we could see a very you know of a very kind of a situation where people may say the Senate is acquitting itself as well and and senator cards that and I I think that the you know the Chief Justice is not interested in being embarrassed he's not if he really wants to make sure that he conducts it in a way where history not just the people in the room will judge him well because this is going to be I mean it I think you said earlier this is going to probably be one of the first lines in history written about this cute this particular Chief Justice it's a trial but it's the political process and at the center of that witnesses so at the end of the day what the senator McConnell do it'll be up to a vote of senator so the organizing resolution that Jason referred to this is something that the house speaker Nancy Pelosi was was negotiating on which he was withholding the articles they were hoping to have a vote up front witnesses and seminar leader Chuck Schumer said recently that it sounds like they might try to force votes on witnesses anyway by this resolution essentially punch the decision on witnesses to later in the trial as was done in nineteen ninety nine with Bill Clinton so it's yet to be determined whether this will go beyond opening arguments from both sides and senators written questions for you quickly hopefully I was it not enough to have told the political counter stuff so hard but you know Mitch McConnell is also running for reelection in November he he needs to show his state that he is is behind the president I mean his it's a very Republican state in Kentucky his unfavorables are all have always been high but he's always managed to you know if you don't win fairly handily even when he doesn't have like high favorable ratings like you want to see if you're running a campaign and so he I get I'm guessing that he is not gonna do anything that would get him crossways with Republican voters in Kentucky but the challenge will be will that play with the public and with the public perceive it as a fair process and that's a that's the the type of needles that McConnell has read his entire career and tougher Neil for people like senator Susan Collins who's up for reelection in means very different state Kentucky we're at a time the Cree questions insights chasing deck of roll call Zack cone of national journal to both of you thank you for being with us and newsmakers thanks thank you you're listening to our programming line up from Sunday on C. span radio WCS PFM Washington time now for the Sunday network talk shows trial begins has been in this is all they wanted was a political the this week each other's motives we saw the justification for running the fastest and weakest impeachment American history from the trial without evidence that we know trial at all this has a new evidence emerges from the Giuliani associate he was aware of my movements morning Democrat Dick Durbin of Illinois and Republican senator David George Elizabeth Warren refusal to shake hands with Bernie Sanders and their post debate squabble looks like you know as the lab that this threatens its chances of securing a progressive democratic nominee and the NBC news county to county project you have to what I've been hearing is that people will change the time to get behind the non we talked to African American voters in the one twenty twenty joining me for insight and analysis all on the Salem radio network former Maryland congresswoman Donna Edwards and the authors of a new book on president trump Phil rocker White House bureau chief for The Washington Post and Carolina also of The Washington Times welcome to Sunday it's meet the press NBC news this morning show in television history good morning everyone.
Sarah Sanders Gives Press Briefing After NYT Op-Ed Piece & Bob Woodward's Book 'Fear'
"From today's White House briefing with press secretary Sarah Sanders, her first briefing, by the way in nearly three weeks she discussed efforts by the Trump administration to determine the identity of that anonymous op Ed writer described as a senior Trump administration official in last week's New York Times it is Monday September tenth and welcome to Washington today here on C span radio. I'm Steve Scully. This comes at the same time Simon and Shuster is about to officially release. Bob Woodward's new book on President Trump, titled fear Trump in the White House. The president is calling the book a joke. Bob woodward. Responding earlier today in an NBC news interview. Meanwhile, the house and Senate both back in session this week, the Senate Judiciary committee taking up the nomination of supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh this Thursday. Democrats are expected to delay a committee vote for
"steve scully" Discussed on The Editors
"Wackos on our side should take a few potshots and i think that's the danger right is that there is this studied ambiguity of i'm going to be in civil which means because i'm a respectable person i'm going to just say nasty things but if someone else does something a little bit more edgy you know maybe don't be a fascist so much specially when the would not see thrown around we kill not too right so i mean this this was going i thought this was going to come to a head faster and then we had the steve scully shooting and the death of heather higher at the at the right wing rally in charlottesville because you saw this kind of pattern of events of miley novelist goes to speak a kind of ride emerges and these teams of left and right wing provocateurs would go out and rehearse little street battles and i thought we were gonna see a lot more of that and it seemed to die down but maybe it will kick back up again so charlie exit question to you this trend will get better or get worse i think it's going to get better and less the democrats don't take the house and then i think you'll start seeing it rampup look better alerts i think it's gonna get worse and i think putting all of this under the auspices of civility is unhelpful because that's not really what this is about michael better or worse i'm always going to say worse i it's people are people you their partisanship as as kind of mega identity that in compasses all their values they feel that these incidents if you are kicking out sarah huckabee sanders you would kick me out of your restaurant if you knew what i really think and believe and i think people are i don't know angry they feel vulnerable and they wanna lash out on both sides and i think yeah there's going to have to be some bloodletting before this is over i agree it's definitely going to get worse before we move on let me tell i want.
Us, Trump and Senate Banking Committee discussed on Washington Today
"Welcome back you're listening to washington today here on c span radio for this twenty second day of may i'm steve scully we're glad you're with us the markets rose yesterday with news of a truce in the trade war between the us and china the arrows were down on wall street today after president trump said that he is not satisfied with the china trade talks the dow fell one hundred seventy nine points the nasdaq dropped fifteen and a half the sp also down eight and a half we begin this half hour with the senate banking committee today rebuking president trump's efforts to ease sanctions on that chinese telecom firm z t e senators on that committee approving an amendment the vote by the way was twenty three to two which would block the president from easing any sanctions on z t e without first certifying to congress that the company is complying with us law now this move follows the story this morning on wall street journal that the trump administration and china we're closing in on a deal to provide trade assistance to z t in exchange for trade concessions at the white house questions to president trump mr president no not really i think that they start but we need something let china has been i i really call it a dereliction of duties that if you look at it it's called in the military that say it's a dereliction of duty what happened to our country that are representatives allowed other countries i'm not just talking about china china's the big one to take advantage of us on trade the way we've been taken advantage of so china as an example has has made a fortune i mean a transfer of wealth like nobody's ever seen in history there the big one they're almost all bad but china's the big one so no i'm not satisfied but we'll see what happens we have a long way to go but i wanted to go fairly quickly you talking about numbers like that you're talking about billions of dollars a week.
Trump says will go forward with border wall plans in California
"And welcome back this is washington today on c span radio it's the ninth day of may i'm steve scully on wall street stocks rose in part because energy shares jumped on the back of a strong rally in oil prices the move following the president's decision to pull the us out of the iran nuclear deal the dow closing one hundred and eighty two points higher the nasdaq jumped to seventy three the sp rose twenty six here are some of your other headlines president trump says he is going to push ahead with upgrading sections of the border wall in california now this is a reversal from an earlier promise not to do anymore wall construction in the state until congress approved the full border wall the president has been in a battle with governor jerry brown over california's sanctuary policies and resistance to the administration's stepped up enforcement the washington times reported that the president will overlook those differences and allow wall upgrades along a twenty eight mile border near san diego and fifteen house republicans have signed onto a discharge petition today the move intended to force votes on a series immigration measures including legislation to protect the socalled dreamers the discharge petition which is intended to force legislation from a committee would lead to a floor vote if a majority of house members sign onto it democrats have been pressing for an immigration vote in the house if all the house democrats sign it they would need twentyfive republicans signatures to force a vote we begin though with this tweet this morning from the president he wrote the following quote the fake news is working overtime just reported that despite the tremendous success where you're having with the economy and all things ninety one percent of the network news about me is negative fake why do we work so hard in working with the media when it is corrupt takeaway credentials question mark which brought this response from margaret talev the president of the white house correspondent's association quote some may excuse the president's inflammatory rhetoric about the media but just because the president does not like news coverage does not make it fake a president preventing a free and independent press from covering the workings of our republic would be an unconscionable assault on the first amendment from today's white house briefing here's cecilia vega of abc news today on.