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Why are people so anti-Russia?

Between The Lines

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Why are people so anti-Russia?

"What is it about Russia that continues to wind everyone up so much? What do you think why will the Anga the alarms? Rick the ruthless draw twice light a great power with a vassal of nuclear weapons will for five years. Now, certainly since the outbreak of the Ukraine standoff, February twenty four hop ventilating pundits and politicians on left. Dan, wrought have been warning the bear is on the prow. And that led me Putin is destroying democracy all across the globe as a result, and many of you have heard me say this all too often on this show and elsewhere the Russia fobs have spread exaggerations about the Putin fresh which fuelled hatred and sewed misunderstanding. My next guest today agrees. There is he argues nothing peculiar pathological. In Russia's behavior. It is simply protecting legitimate security interests in the Baltics its near abroad and the Middle East, and it's objectives. Limited. Steven Cohen is professor emeritus in Russian studies from in while you in Princeton, and he's the author of the wall with Russia from Putin and Ukraine to Trump and Russia gate. That's just out stave. Welcome back to between the lines. Thank you. Tom grand to be with you. Now, you'll critics all too often denounce you as a Russian apologised in a Putin. Stooge? What are they continued to impugn you'll motives when you have decades of what many people argue is rigorous intellectual experience in this field. Well, it's become about me in the last five years as you say all this slurring of me, but it's a more general problem. Generally, speaking, anybody who has a public platform in the United States today, and they're not very many of us and very few public platforms available anymore who tried to take? Let's call it a balanced or objective. More storks view of Russia, particularly American Russian relations are being slurred. How do we explain this? Well, Russia has always been talk sake in America. I did a calculation the other day, and I was surprised myself to discover that one hundred years of American Russian relations there have been seventy five years Cold War out of the hundred. So that's a subject where thinking about maybe not today, but this is not unusual. But I think what makes it so severe today is it has to do with Putin the Russian leader since two thousand and in a word, I put it like this. There was. The expectation among American political media -letes when the Soviet Union ended Russia would become a subordinate partner of the United States in world affairs, and it looked for a decade or less in the nineteen ninety s like that might be the case because then Russian President Yeltsin was weak needy and President Clinton took advantage of him in a kind of soft way that made it sound like a friendship, but the resentment was building in Russia. The resentment produced Putin could have been much worse. And I think it's the reaction to Putin primarily the sense that the American media political elites were wrong when they thought that after the end of the Soviet Union, the United States alone would determine world affairs when Russia reemerged on the world stage. It was a shock. A bitter disappointment and much of that continues to influence American thanking today about Russia. And about people's touches me who say this is not a bad thing when need to deal with it. And there are a lot of good possibilities. But we're not taking those possible. Well, of course, you like many realists such as George Kennan, the intellectual architect of the containment doctrine and not hang forty seven in the non hundred nineties you both among others oppose Naito expansion. But remember Steve at the time. Many Republicans end Democrats believed strongly that the expansion of the Atlantic alliance. Eastwood's was a benign move. Well, tom. I mean, if I find out where you live, and I come over to your house with my home as my buddies. They're all carrying. I doubt that calms. Go to say, Steve, why are you? So benign. It's preposterous.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The priciest holidays of the year when it comes to lavish expectations men spend more and the survey says they also expect their partners to spend more on them. I'm Jan Johnson. As Virginia officials with black face in their past squirm. Some top fashion designers are apologizing for similar images. Gucci says it sorry for a black wool sweater that pulls up over the chin with the slit ring with what looked like lips in the minstrel show. Adidas apologize for a white running shoe. It said was inspired by the Harlem renaissance. I'm Evan Haning. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. Congressional negotiators are holding a weekend of talks on a security plan. That includes some sort of barrier on the US Mexican border air hoping to complete a deal to avert another government shutdown. That's also acceptable to President Donald Trump China said vice premier Liu. Hey will join US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin in high lev. Trade talks between the two countries next week. James McKenna, senior global economist at Aberdeen standard investments, we're hopeful that this turned down in aggression that this temporary truce is extended in that provides more room to try and explore some of these issues. China's commerce ministry said the US working team will arrive in Beijing Monday and build on talks that took place in Washington. In late January talks are set to start on Thursday fifty thousand jobs just keep saying that over and over much like Lambert's team, and you will have one of the key reasons Lambert and his ESL investment. Hedge fund are said to have been able to fend off those who wanted to liquidate Sears. Yes, L is reported to have consistently raised to the potential of mass job dismissals in public statements letters court filings to keep alive a bit that was rejected more than once representatives for Sears and for ESL declined to comment. Steven Cohen is having trouble selling one of his trophy properties. The billionaire dropped to the price. Midtown manhattan. Duplex more than six times in six years, and is now asking forty five million for the apartment, which was originally priced at one hundred fifteen million back in two thousand thirteen when he listed it Cohen, the founder of point seventy two as management bought the five bedroom unit in one beacon court between fifty and fifty nine streets for twenty four million in two thousand five. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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"steven cohen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you for the next couple of hours. We're going to get a perspective that you probably haven't heard any place else from someone I deeply respect Steven Cohen. His latest book is called a war with Russia. And there's a question Mark there. But we're gonna get into that. Stephen is a professor of Russian studies in history of iridescence at NYU, professor of politics Veritas at Princeton University, as well is among the most distinguished scholars of Russian history in the United States, and is internationally recognized for his academic works on Russia and the Soviet political history since one thousand nine hundred seventeen he's an expert on Russian American relations in here. He is back on coast to coast. Stephen welcome back. Great job with this book. Many. Thanks, George happy to be back. I want you to first of all just give me an overview perspective on this investigation. That Muller is doing before we get into your war with Russia book on just what is going. Going on what may have happened in? What was illegal about? Whatever might have occurred. Well, it is part of the book the subtitle is from Putin in Ukraine. And I worked on the book from two fourteen right up to just a couple of months ago. So in the latter stages two years of the book, Russia gate loom and Russia gate includes Russia, that's my specialty. So I paid a lot of attention to the Russia gate allegations on the core allegation which brought about the special prosecutor that Trump or members of his team conspired with Russia. They call it collusion, but it means conspire to help Trump win the two thousand sixteen presidential election on those related allegations. I have looked hard. I've looked in the United States. I've looked in Moscow. I can find no evidence of that whatsoever. What you do find our activities by the kind of dubious characters that hover around a lot of presidential campaigns power and potential power attract people who feel the need for it. And so all sorts of people. We don't have to mention names. Children. Their names have been dragged through the mud in the media. Some are going to go to jail for things scores of other people have done, but generally speaking apart from run of the Bill felonious, jaywalking financial indiscretions paying off women shutting off bad news during a presidential campaign stuff that kind of these for example, excelled in and lots of candidates have done. I see nothing particularly ominous. Here what I see is a loathing for Trump. Primarily in the Democratic Party. But among a large part of the American policy elite to find him, essentially and his election inexplicable and the act of the American people despicable really because when they say Trump is a abomination they're saying something negative about the American people who elected him, they give a lot of credence to these things these meetings these encounters these financial dealings that are run of the mill. Give you one example because it's in the news now. Trump wanted to build a hotel in Moscow. Okay. Everybody knew that through his company. Yeah. I mean, he's an international hotel. I guess that's what you call them. He has Trump towers and hotels around the world. As well. As down where I used to live in south Florida to famous brand. If you and I were to go to Moscow, I stay George. I'd say to you, so George you wanna stay at a Sheridan Ritz Carlton a Holiday Inn. And you'd say what all those hotels are in Moscow. And I'd say, yeah, they have been since the nineteen nineties. It's a perfectly normal place after the Soviet Union for international hotel firms to wanna go because they saw Moscow is an enormous emerging Mark and Trump wanted to go. The most significant thing of it all is it Trump alone of a major international hotel who tried to build in Moscow never was able to. So so much for his great Kremlin connections at the same time. He had Russian partners because you have to have a Russian partner to build and Russia. He had not real by American lawyers who didn't know anything about Russia making overtures and writing letters to the Kremlin. They were harmless pointless. So all this comes forward in this swirl around Trump. Somehow a treasonous president. I don't find any evidence for it. I mean, it's not good that you sleep with other women when you're married is not good that you do business in a certain way. But I assume a very large percentage of powerful people do this and some have been president before Trump. So I think this has to do not with Russia that was very damaging to our relationship with Russia, and I was in Russia two weeks ago and many Russians who think about policy and relations with the United States are very worried about this. They see it as a threat to national security. But if we were to be honest, nothing turned up, then that reflects treasonously on Trump whatsoever, though, the New York Times and the Washington Post and MSNBC and CNN use treason when they discussed Trump almost nightly now in in the discussions of hacking into emails and things like that. We'll find out what happens, obviously. But will we ever find out? I mean, I think we will. But I'm not sure. Well, look, call me James call who was director of the FBI when it happened never did for forensic exams on the Democratic National Committee. Computers. Correct. Never did. Right. He never said why except to say well, the Clinton campaign had its own forensic investigators. But that's like finding a dead body in the streets of New York and not bringing in the New York police department, but hiring a private detective to do the investigation. That's preposterous. We don't know where those computers are now. But I guarantee you they're not in the condition. They were when the hacking took place Stephen is there anything is there. Anything wrong legally with a candidate. Who says look if I'm elected I wanna know whom Iranian president is I want to know who the Russian president is. I wanna know who the Egyptian President is I during my campaign, I'm going to meet with these people, and I want them comfortable with me. And if I win I've got detente more than most people is that wrong. It's just the opposite. There's plenty of precedent for just earlier this evening. I was watching one of the cable networks, I won't say which. Oh, go ahead. NFL? I think it was MSNBC. And one of the fellas said that general Flynn you remember he was Trump's first nationals. He's under investigation to. Yeah. And he he he had to quit. And then he was under investigation and now Muller's done with him, and he's not gonna go to jail, but he's willing reputation is ruined. And he's probably financially bankrupt because to lawyer up under these investing my God a fortune on money. So what Flynn did after Trump was elected? And I remember Trump was president-elect, but he wasn't president. There's a two month period, right-wing origin. Trump told Flynn. Get in touch with the Russians and tell them don't do anything excitable because Obama had just issued some really unwise sanctions and threatening measures. Tell them to chill basically, we're going to review all this. When we take office. That was a good thing to do. That was a good thing that Flynn was told to do that. And he did that moreover Nixon had Kissinger do exactly the same thing. When when when Nixon was elected didn't Reagan have something going on with the Iranians during the hostage situation, which helped crush Carter. Exactly. And even by having excuse me, Obama had Michael McFaul his Russia guy get in touch with the Russians when Obama was elected. But not yet president and tell the Russians to just stay cool and went he Obama came to office, they discussed everything so Flynn and Trump did what every president Nixon had done, but they were out to get flan. He was hated man in Washington. They were out to get Trump. Flynn new his conversations were being monitored for God's sake, you intelligence general he knew all about the tapping of phones. So you say, well, why did he talk on the phone to the Russian ambassador knowing he was monitored. Because he had no reason I think he was doing anything wrong. Then the FBI comes and talks to him. And here's where they got him. They interacting they said did you discuss sanctions with Russian ambassador. Now, Trump had told him this was confidential. So he said no that is he chose the mistakes president. Yeah. But that's. Agent. He had never seen. Well, I don't know. Had I been in his place. I would have said I'm not gonna answer. As opposed to say in line. Yeah. Because they try to entrap you because once you light to the FBI they can threaten to prosecute you. And then it gets you to cooperate enough. Exactly. This is a long history. It's not not a good time. It's not a good thing. But Flint should've said, I'm not I should should've said I'm not going to answer. I'm answerable to the president or I will speak to the president and get back to you. Exactly. But he's not a politically gifted, man. He's a tough.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on KGO 810

"This is coast to coast am with george noory pen with professor stephen cohen we're going to take your calls this hour with him here's the latest on that nerve gas the death of british police said that they believe the latest victim of the poisoning by a nerve agent must have been handling some of this information but they came very close to it it was subjected to to a high dose of the lethal poison now this was with the father and the daughter both of them survived an s stephen was saying it was a large quantity of nova chalk which is military grade nerve agent which kills you pretty darn quickly the other woman who contracted at a few days ago died pretty darn fast we'll be back with your calls and steven cohen next on coast to coast am bitcoins crypto currency lots of talk about what's happening in that field i believe we're in some early stages of this investment some people worry the opportunities in crypto currencies might already be over but according to tica katori of the palm beach letter we haven't seen anything yet and he says a major event could soon push this market the crypto market to new highs katori is a former wall street hedge fund manager who has helped more people profit from crypto currencies than anyone he's created an educational course that'll help you profit from the crypto explaining.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is coast to coast am with george noory with professor stephen cohen were going to take your calls this hour with him here's the latest on that nerve gas deaf approved british police said that they believe the latest victim of the poisoning by a nerve agent must have been handling some of this information but they came very close to it it was objected to a high dose of the lethal poison now this was with the father and the daughter both of them survived an as stephen was saying it was a large quantity of nova chalk which is a military grade nerve agent which kills you pretty darn quickly the other woman who contracted at a few days ago died pretty darn fast we'll be back with your calls and steven cohen next on coast to coast bitcoins crypto currency lots of talk about what's happening in that field i believe we're in some early stages of this investment some people worry the opportunities in crypto currencies might already be over but according to tica tori of the palm beach letter we haven't seen anything yet and he says a major event could soon push this market the crypto market to new highs tika tori is a former wall street hedge fund manager who has helped more people profit from crypto currencies than anyone he's created an educational course that'll help you profit from the crypto explaining.

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Facebook suspends data firm with Trump ties

The Bryan Crabtree Show

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Facebook suspends data firm with Trump ties

"And what it's a big deal online dot com world headquarters president donald trump's administration outlined rules for how automakers pipeline operators and other companies can seek exemptions from new steel and aluminum tariffs the commerce department opened the door for those requests late yesterday there's an interim final rule that invites applications from companies or individuals supplying steel to us entities that use the metal in construction manufacturing or other business activities tariff supporters we'll have a chance to argue against the proposed exemptions facebook suspended cambridge analytica a data company that helped president donald trump win the two thousand sixteen presidential election and which may have collected data from fifty million facebook profiles without their owner's permission facebook said in a blog post yesterday cambridge analytica received some user data through an app developer on its social network violating its policies large digital companies operating in the european union such as alphabet twitter could face a three percent tax on their gross revenues based on where their users are located that's according to a draft proposal by the european commission the draft seemed by bloomberg outlines how a targeted tax on gross revenues would increase the tax bill digital giants face doug haynes president at steven cohen's hedge fund point seventy two asset management has stepped down after four years this following a lawsuit filed last month that accused the company of discriminating against women also it comes after an ongoing independent assessment of the firm's culture which was ordered by cohen the resignation comes as cohen stages a comeback as a hedge fund manager after a two year ban global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg is a closer look with arthur levitt arthur levitt is a former chairman of the us securities and exchange commission a bloomberg l p board member a senior advisor to the promontory financial group and a policy advisor to goldman sachs alford down the lodge was born in ethiopia then came to the united states when she was twelve while at harvard her interest was in conflict resolution spending time in.

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‘Hedge Fund King’ Steven Cohen Gets Back to Business

02:16 min | 2 years ago

‘Hedge Fund King’ Steven Cohen Gets Back to Business

"Parade it's sent to begin about an hour from now on fifth avenue at forty four th street i'm christopher cruise i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters steven cohen is back at the helm of his hedge fund this after doug haynes president at cohen's point seventy two asset management as step down from his post haynes guided the firm for four years in the wake of an insider trading scandal the resignation comes as cohen stages comeback as a hedge fund manager after a two year ban he'll serve as president and ceo during the search for a replacement for hanes billionaire john paulson who's hedge funds assets of plunged is opening the door for more money to leave people familiar with the matter say paulson's firm once one of the biggest in the industry will return money to investors in some form russian hackers attempted to penetrate the us civilian aviation industry early last year as part of the broad assault on the nation's sensitive infrastructure jeff troy executive director of the aviation in for nations sharing and analysis center said the attack had limited impact and the industry has taken steps to prevent a repeat of the intrusion horizon investments chief global strategist greg valliere is predicting larry cudlow tapped by president trump to be the top white house economic adviser won't last long the story from bloomberg's charlie pellett inter note valliere says the trump kudlow relationship reminds him of quote a wedding where everyone whispered at the reception that the match would never last they are ready to agree terrorist so i think there's still a lot of difference within this administration i don't think everybody is on the same page and valliere says kudlow is a nice guy houma swim in shark build waters and he fears he'll be gone by thanksgiving charlie pellett global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg this is masters in business with barry ritholtz on bloomberg radio.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Us on our next program with retired professor steven cohen an expert on russia is he'll try to explain to us what it all means followed of course by more special surprises on coast to coast remember to lock the door to win coast to coast am his own the show begins at midnight on thunder radio cbs news update president trump caused something of an uproar among members of his voter base wednesday by calling on congress to get behind a number of gun safety measures including improving the background check system avery gardner of the brady campaign the country has been moving this conversation forward faster in the last two weeks than i have ever seen is encouraging it's inspiring and it makes me very very helpful dick's sporting goods and walmart both raising their age requirements for gun purchases to 21 dick says will also no longer sell assaultstyle rifles p r expert richard levic pick in particular and walmart showing extraordinary courageous leadership but willett stop gun violence some gun owners are skeptical tummy okay wanted to control a little bit of your good stuff control but i'll know how you can buy a gun anywhere you don't have to go to a store that anybody got gun cbs news update i'm jim chenevey thirty five minutes past the hour the rhythm him show we're back eight six six we be big is our number love really part of the program today will meet wednesday if you're just joining us that i know what you're thinking and the answer is no the will of made has it spongey optima tax relief jotted down tax season and if he drug in here in the 2018 in you're still at were in somebody looked at massamba you'll recognize you go now o'hare to us this is the.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Apparent russian attack on the last presidential election and that is two thousand sixteen campaign manager in an interview with politico said he is seen no evidence to support special counsel robert muller's assertion in an indictment last week that the russian operation had backed sanders campaign next week professor steven cohen joins just to try to shed some light on this entire situation but i wanted to bring in the expo word it on the internet right now worn weinstein with us warrant this brouhaha by russia in their medellin and hacking what did they hack into well it's very interesting via the indictment recently of thirteen russian national related to uh hacking of the 2016 election was filled with technical detail i mean i was stunned by the amount of sourced detail that was in there and what it showed us was it and and most of this related to the shady russian operation call the internet research agency twelve with those uh russian national defendants of worked work for it um and they were it looks to me or my analysis is that they started off trying to basically sow chaos in all directions here uh they were throwing fraudulent stories they were doing gulf seo they had fake ads they had fake identities stealing emails sunday them the wikki leagues ahead on a lot of at a lot of american thought they were communicating with other american set up protest from gathering who things but they were actually talking to these russian troll i mean there they were brilliant really an and how they did this and and as if you've got closer and closer to november it appears that they through most of their support toward trump now that doesn't mean they were effective it's very hard to measure what impacts there might or might not have been but they were.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Apparent russian attack on the last presidential election and that is two thousand sixteen campaign manager in an interview with politico said he is seen no evidence to support special counsel robert muller's assertion in an indictment last week that the russian operation had backed sanders campaign next week professor steven cohen joins just to try to shed some light on this entire situation but i wanted to bring in the expo word it on the internet right now worn weinstein with us warrant this brouhaha by russia in their medellin and hacking what did they hack into well it's very interesting via the indictment recently of thirteen russian national related to uh hacking of the 2016 election was filled with technical detail i mean i was stunned by the amount of sourced detail that was in there and what it showed us was it and and most of this related to the shady russian operation call the internet research agency twelve with those uh russian national defendants of worked work for it um and they were it looks to me or my analysis is that they started off trying to basically sow chaos in all directions here uh they were throwing fraudulent stories they were doing gulf seo they had fake ads they had fake identities stealing emails sunday them the wikki leagues ahead on a lot of at a lot of american thought they were communicating with other american set up protest from gathering who things but they were actually talking to these russian troll i mean there they were brilliant really an and how they did this and and as if you've got closer and closer to november it appears that they through most of their support toward trump now that doesn't mean they were effective it's very hard to measure what impacts there might or might not have been but they were.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Apparent russian attack on the last presidential election and that is two thousand sixteen campaign manager in an interview with politico said he is seen no evidence to support special counsel robert muller's assertion in an indictment last week that the russian operation had backed sanders campaign next week professor steven cohen joins just to try to shed some light on this entire situation but i wanted to bring in the expo word it on the internet right now worn weinstein with us warrant this brouhaha by russia in their medellin and hacking what did they hack into well it's very interesting via the indictment recently of thirteen russian national related to uh hacking of the 2016 election was filled with technical detail i mean i was stunned by the amount of sourced detail that was in there and what it showed us was it and and most of this related to the shady russian operation call the internet research agency twelve with those uh russian national defendants of worked work for it um and they were it looks to me or my analysis is that they started off trying to basically sow chaos in all directions here uh they were throwing fraudulent stories they were doing gulf seo they had fake ads they had fake identities stealing emails sunday them the wikki leagues ahead on a lot of at a lot of american thought they were communicating with other american set up protest from gathering who things but they were actually talking to these russian troll i mean there they were brilliant really an and how they did this and and as if you've got closer and closer to november it appears that they through most of their support toward trump now that doesn't mean they were effective it's very hard to measure what impacts there might or might not have been but they were.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Apparent russian attack on the last presidential election and that is two thousand sixteen campaign manager in an interview with politico said he is seen no evidence to support special counsel robert muller's assertion in an indictment last week that the russian operation had backed sanders campaign next week professor steven cohen joins just to try to shed some light on this entire situation but i wanted to bring in the expo word it on the internet right now worn weinstein with us warrant this brouhaha by russia in their medellin and hacking what did they hack into well it's very interesting via the indictment recently of thirteen russian national related to uh hacking of the 2016 election was filled with technical detail i mean i was stunned by the amount of sourced detail that was in there and what it showed us was it and and most of this related to the shady russian operation call the internet research agency twelve with those uh russian national defendants of worked work for it um and they were it looks to me or my analysis is that they started off trying to basically sow chaos in all directions here uh they were throwing fraudulent stories they were doing gulf seo they had fake ads they had fake identities stealing emails sunday them the wikki leagues ahead on a lot of at a lot of american thought they were communicating with other american set up protest from gathering who things but they were actually talking to these russian troll i mean there they were brilliant really an and how they did this and and as if you've got closer and closer to november it appears that they through most of their support toward trump now that doesn't mean they were effective it's very hard to measure what impacts there might or might not have been but they were.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Apparent russian attack on the last presidential election and that is two thousand sixteen campaign manager in an interview with politico said he is seen no evidence to support special counsel robert muller's assertion in an indictment last week that the russian operation had backed sanders campaign next week professor steven cohen joins just to try to shed some light on this entire situation but i wanted to bring in the expo word it on the internet right now worn weinstein with us warrant this brouhaha by russia in their medellin and hacking what did they hack into well it's very interesting via the indictment recently of thirteen russian national related to uh hacking of the 2016 election was filled with technical detail i mean i was stunned by the amount of sourced detail that was in there and what it showed us was it and and most of this related to the shady russian operation call the internet research agency twelve with those uh russian national defendants of worked work for it um and they were it looks to me or my analysis is that they started off trying to basically sow chaos in all directions here uh they were throwing fraudulent stories they were doing gulf seo they had fake ads they had fake identities stealing emails sunday them the wikki leagues ahead on a lot of at a lot of american thought they were communicating with other american set up protest from gathering who things but they were actually talking to these russian troll i mean there they were brilliant really an and how they did this and and as if you've got closer and closer to november it appears that they through most of their support toward trump now that doesn't mean they were effective it's very hard to measure what impacts there might or might not have been but they were.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Apparent russian attack on the last presidential election and that is two thousand sixteen campaign manager in an interview with politico said he is seen no evidence to support special counsel robert muller's assertion in an indictment last week that the russian operation had backed sanders campaign next week professor steven cohen joins just to try to shed some light on this entire situation but i wanted to bring in the expo word it on the internet right now worn weinstein with us warrant this brouhaha by russia in their medellin and hacking what did they hack into well it's very interesting via the indictment recently of thirteen russian national related to uh hacking of the 2016 election was filled with technical detail i mean i was stunned by the amount of sourced detail that was in there and what it showed us was it and and most of this related to the shady russian operation call the internet research agency twelve with those uh russian national defendants of worked work for it um and they were it looks to me or my analysis is that they started off trying to basically sow chaos in all directions here uh they were throwing fraudulent stories they were doing gulf seo they had fake ads they had fake identities stealing emails sunday them the wikki leagues ahead on a lot of at a lot of american thought they were communicating with other american set up protest from gathering who things but they were actually talking to these russian troll i mean there they were brilliant really an and how they did this and and as if you've got closer and closer to november it appears that they through most of their support toward trump now that doesn't mean they were effective it's very hard to measure what impacts there might or might not have been but they were.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Cohen denied the moves had anything to do with the campaign and were simply part of a failed deal successful or not professional or personal one constant figure in so many of trump's deals over the years his loyal footsoldier michael cohen alex marquardt cnn new york up front next stadium notes on donald trump's fixation with oprah i'm a kinsey atwood and a stephen universe podcast is all about pearl and that means didi magna hall returns to talk about the character she voices when i first audition for the show it was for curl and safety but i don't know why i don't know if i made it up in my mind when i read the description that she was sort of like a mother lead type 2 stephen uhhuh i just kept saying that in believing that so listen to the steven universe podcast now at apple podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts his donald trump feeling threatened by oprah ginny most looks for answers well number one they were just too friendly mega celebrities what would you do differently young forget about it out purchase forget about it it's all calling each other by their first names well now president trump is tweeting about very insecure oprah winfrey biased and slanted hoopoe peron's so she can be exposed and defeated just like all the others this after the president launched her come on man moderating pro and anti trump voters on sixty minutes it was the insecure jab that had oprah supporters citing apart calling the kettle black insecure you for real there was a gift caption live footage of oprah caring about what you tweet peres hilton put words in oprah's mouth don't make me come over there tweeted a comedian donald trump calling oprah winfrey insecure is like batman versus superman calling black panther a flop in.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Investment firm of billionaire steven cohen it's called point seventy two asset management is facing a lawsuit alleging sex discrimination go and you might remember once ran sac capital advisers id shut down several years ago after copping to insider trading cohen was banned from managing public money for two years marketplace's marielle sagarra is here tells about the suit and associate director at the company lauren bonner as she says the firm is paying her less than her male colleagues and that only three percent of the company's managing directors are women point seventy 72 says it stands by its hiring record and also that its gender diversity numbers are better than the industry as a whole bonner also alleges certain sexist incidents that there was this slur for a female body part written on a whiteboard in the office of the firm's president douglas haynes and that another executive wouldn't let women into certain meetings saying no girls allowed the firm denies all of us to allegations of harassment discrimination but wall street banks have ways of keeping these things quiet yeah employees that wall street firms often have to sign arbitration clauses and nondisclosure agreements that stop them from taking the case to court or talking to the media about it but there have been some high profile examples last year this bank state street paid five million dollars to settle a federal lawsuit over gender pay discrimination jp morgan is facing a similar lawsuit also last year fidelity investments fired two highlevel exacts because of sexual harassment allegations mariel shigero here in new york thank you let's do the volatility yesterday key stock market indicators surged plus one point seven percent or four hundred ten points for the dow today down with stock index futures off by between six and seven tenths of a percent the footsie in london as down to slightly bonds are more popular today bringing the benchmark interest rate down to two point three percent on the 10year yield one of the biggest spenders on advertising in the world is threatening to pull its ads from google.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Argentina it's getting the backing of two wellknown billionaire investors george soros and steven cohen we have cotti a course account ski with us cut it covers hedge funds and new york and conte why would soros in colon the backing a new mobile app in argentina of all places argentina is that is redefining itself in in the last year so the new president ninety samak has really taken steps to reestablish argentina as a credible country and with a lot of potential under previous president christina care share she proposed lots of heterodox policies that kind of wiped argentina from the face of the map they were very isolated both through capital markets and also in innovation they're very protectionist country so lightly innovation that took place in argentina was to kind of feel the jack of industry that that they would have been exposed su if they were more involved in in global and globalization but but not so much a patent filing and that kind of stuff so now it's a new world for argentina undermining democracy and a couple things are important they have very limited banking penetration in in argentina there in general argentines are very wary of banks they have a bad reputation after what happened during the two thousand one crisis during that time banks froze accounts people couldn't get their money out of the banks and run on the banks and then folks woke up and saw that all their savings have been wiped out essentially so there there's a lot hesitation does also very high inflation so people are very opposed to kind of keeping their savings empasis so given that country seems to be moving in the right direction there's this young entrepreneur paliburg jerry and.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He di of london speakers include raw our non chairman and ceo of research affiliates steven cohen the black rock benny birds of oman the george osborne former chancellor of the exchequer and many more proudly sponsored by shares bought blackrock goldman sachs jeez treated msci request an invitation at bloomberglivecom now the knee basic essentials remain in short supply across puerto rico in the wake of hurricane maria decision daddy yankee was on his native island handing out aid to local residents times to lake bodies right now this is a chaos worse rather than the mayor of san juan carmen julian crews at a low key response to twitter attacks from the president accusing her and others in puerto rico a poor leadership i have time for small politics or comments that really don't add to this situation ballot boxes have arrived in polling stations for a disputed referendum on catalan independence in spain the catalan government told voters they can use voting slips they have printed out at home taking to twitter saturday president trump said it was very important that players stand during the national anthem following the controversy over kneeling in protest and barbara kusak this is bloomberg best i'm ju gauso i'm ed baxter we've been listening to a series of panels and interviews from the bloomberg global business forum which took place earlier this month in new york and we're going to finish our coverage with a look at global trade with imf managing director christine lagarde who sat down with justin trudeau the prime minister of canada and mark ruth the prime minister of the now other liens they began by speaking about their relationships with private investors like blacklock's larry think and blackstone steve schwartzman who often offer free advice and information to world leaders now full disclosure prime ministers when you receive.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Urge invest big money big ideas this june were fifth bloomberg convenes some of the industry's biggest players of bloomberg invest udf london speaker include rav are known chairman and ceo of research affiliates steven cohen of blood rock revert civil monte georgia osborne former chancellor of the exchequer and many more proudly sponsored by bob rock goldman sachs fees tree msci request an invitation at bloomberglivecom for all bloomberg world headquarters i'm charlie pellett people familiar with the situation say toysrus is preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as today people ask knock of you identified because the deliberations are private representative toysrus declined to comment stocks advanced record stood dollar of halted a twoday drop treasury slipped as investors remained optimistic about the economy gold fell as demand for speed the sp 500 index up three points to a record twenty 503 up just about two tenths of one percent down does israel's up sixty three through a record twenty two thousand three hundred thirty one of three tenths of one percent nasdaq up six to sixty four fifty four of one percent on shali teluk that's the bloomberg business flash bloomberg best bq rosso in advance kurd continue president trump is in new york city for the united nations general assembly on monday night president trump is gathering with south american leaders for all working dinner colombian president juan manuel santos is attending the dinner and he spoke with bloomberg's david gura would we all want for british widow to become a democracy again andrew you're putting every pressure possible so that good could happen and we're working together think the more we work together the more we coordinate the more effective we will be and i think we're we're going to discuss with the president trump is precisely that how can we coordinate our efforts where do we put the pressure how can we be more effective we all want a hopefully peaceful democratic puts it shouldn't be this will be grocer what is happening there is something good nobody likes colombia is a country that has more to win or tools because we have two thousand two hundred litres of live border so we are the most interested in a peaceful solution for what is have been swift plenty of colombian suck in venice whaler colombians who who have passports are.

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"steven cohen" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"steven cohen" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Can't avoid it huge huge tax bill common later this year we're talking hundreds of millions of dollars individually for some individual like you said steven cohen again hello david i know some of the stars in the industry are gonna pay tremendous hacked off later this year here early next year anyway well okay so first of all did they break any loss no no one suggesting they did all right second of all um at what tax rate are they going to suffer we are the mind that's for sure um day aid well these individuals so they're tax rate is quite a while okay but with that part of this two thousand eight legislation what the rate yeah not it is best if i raise their individual right to whatever the rate uh they would pay individual taxes um the highest rate they're going to have to pay this act but why hi i don't understand it no word they didn't violate the law and yet it you know like the the inside build up in an ira this is tax freed or tax deferred and if they wanna keep the money overseas by if they want to bring the money back why should they be hacked because it's thank you and i you and i get pat tax on our income why should indeed be tacked on their income you have it if i you know had the wherewithal to open up he thought i'd be perfectly happy me why'd why not is ill supposedly run continued to run these hedge funds offshore okay and income accrues to the firm itself now you know putting aside the capital gains tax business are carried interest w what's wrong with that that's the part i'm not sure i understand i don't want the government to have all this money i want the private sector to have all this money capital leads to investment and productivity and wages and growth well listen for love it needs a lot of points you raised first of all steven cohen is taken out money and he's vying art and he's not investing in in america is not hiring jobs i don't like that so let's not get carried away second of all all they were all the government is doing is saying we have to treat you like.

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