14 Burst results for "Steven Feinberg"

"steven feinberg" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

05:53 min | 8 months ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"He's definitely in the top three. It was ministration who thinks worse him Miller. It's kind of weird. The Way I've been thinking about recently trump's obviously like a mascot. This administration doesn't actually decide anything or doing anything. Like jerk Kushner's like the president of Foreign Policy Stephen Miller is like the president of domestic. And they both just do whatever they want. Right cushioned running around pretending to get mid East peace deals. Yeah mean. I feel very interchangeable to me Kushner Stephen Miller. You know what? I mean like I I can easily get them mixed up in my head they seem like the same type of. Just. Just the worst the same type of the worst. I mean I have my my one of my. Theories of others who I deeply believed that Kushner hand and getting Kashogi killed and at. I think. Miller's malevolent like he takes pleasure in other people's pain. We think is just trying to get some sweet deals because he really underwater stupid office building a Fifth Avenue ISAKA. Well. Speaking of underwater on fifth. Avenue Yet more scandalous information has come out about Donald Trump and his finances right mark when she take us through some of that. So the time and other series about trump's finances today basically big takeaways are that his lenders including Deutsche bag forgave two hundred, ninety million dollars in debt for some reason. Two of those, a hedge funds on a lot of his debt had officials. Steve Mnuchin was one of them. See Them Steven Feinberg another in both of them got White House jobs of course. MNUCHIN is treasury secretary. Deutsche Bank they done this called a few times Deutsche a bunch of different arms and trump let alone come do from one part of Deutsche and another part of Joyce will loan him money to pay back that loan they've been doing that moving money around for like a decade doesn't make any sense. Although Deutsche's. One of my biggest money laundering institutions in the world you can Luger no one knows where the money's GonNa keep them afloat. But. Anyway. So toys. Released the cat. One of his final loans may still owed the mud twenty, four, million on November ninth two, thousand, sixteen the day after he won the election probably coincidence, right? Right. Well. So okay to be clear because you're not a on money dumb I grew up poor poor white trash everything. I know bright but you just put your smart though so. To be clear here you're saying you're outlining all these different things and you're like, yeah, it makes no sense it makes any sense at all but. The idea is it makes no sense if you don't take into account like the under the table. Reciprocating for these moves, right? Is that what this? What we're saying like they released the collateral after he won the election because now he's the president which means they can you know? have historians pulled by them and he can do something for them. Now when he couldn't have before like is that how is that how this all that kind of makes sense is it's about the power and the influence of why they do this type of shit or are there other light?.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

06:36 min | 8 months ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"This is a piece of software that you can use. It is used by Miocene quite frequently when we are looking for interview subjects and trying to track people down to talk to about, let's say true crime story or something in you need to get somebody's email or their phone number or know where they're located. She's by journalists mostly investigative like investigative journalists and private investigators in law enforcement. This kind of thing that those are the people that use this. There are several images of results from instant checkmate of very powerful people. So this is a paid for service that you have to. You have to pay to actually use it and search for people, and you have to pay extra to get certain levels of information. Whoever created these images has been paying for it and got a lot of people like Steven Feinberg. Daniel Kowalski or Dan. Kowalski. David Malpass and even Peter Navarro even the sitting president it has it has personal contact information like all that you could ever want. On these people, I have not independently verified whether any of this information is correct or to date or accurate in any way but some of it appears to be some of the addresses are accurate for sure. So it. It is a really freaky thing to just see all of that feels like something you shouldn't be looking at and. A kind of scared that it's on my computer now. Maybe you would be too but I don't know I don't know how you'd feel about it or that it might look back at you. Right like is there some kind of pink this may seem the paranoid but is there some kind of Ping sent that enrolls or enlist some sort of search set on your own information and I just hit you guys in our chat this is something I've found about. Gosh last night yesterday sometime. someone posted a map of visual sitemap. Gives you a little bit of insight into the last year, and it is a labyrinth of sources sooner my. Way, you'll see when you pull it up, is something that each each in point of the domain meaning each thing you can click toward from the homepage is represented by a dot of a different color. And being partially colorblind. I. Know some of it but I don't know what it means. In. If we describe it, it looks like There is a massive sort of circle. Almost a Taurus or round one link, and then there are some other things that linked to things like you'll see how linking on something about a guide named Bill. Howard Tannin will lead to something about Android scientologist which will lead to something about governor android governs androids. And these this this map, which you can find you know visual sitemap or this. This map just shows us. They have stuff about trans, cranial magnetic simulation. HOBBYHORSES. This stuff goes you how are linked in the in the titles of these points but. Content wise. You'll see again to the point I think guys earlier made content. Wise. You'll see the what's on the page or what's in the page source doesn't always match what the pages called Ray yeah, and and also like some of the stuff does appear to be you know copy pasta kind of I guess from deficient documents like that. They're clearly reports in internal. You know things like that that manual for. The you know police equipment but some of it is also just complete non sequitur weirdness. There's when I just found from the SITEMAP that I couldn't even find through the actual front page that the heading is devil worshipping pedophile than the text is erections from because from because Microsoft about for pornographic with from four to because one Microsoft from newspapers, One Wall Street Journal with homosexual and another Washington DC on the one with. Sounds like a an automation. Sort of TEX generation that Kinda word salad seems common but I think you know what I would love to hear guys. I would love to hear from listeners who have. Gone With You Matt on this Endeavour I'd love to hear what's like this specific favorite link they found I think that would be worthwhile and the what what it means I don't think it's a cult I don't i. If feels very very church of the sub genius to me no as far. Marsh. Lewin. The medium is the massage if you've ever read that book or that kind of commentary on how we encounter information. So let us know and if you can tell by my face, there is some flashing stuff happening on the website and with that we're GONNA head to a commercial but thanks again for sending us down this rabbit hole, we look forward to hearing your thoughts. 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"steven feinberg" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

07:55 min | 10 months ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on The Daily

"The only thing we said was that we saw no evidence of tampering with the votes. As the briefing concluded James. Komai director of the FBI spoke with trump alone. There was another matter to disclose. A dossier compiled by the former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele which discussed Russia's entanglements with trump's campaign and the candidate himself. Many of these claims were never substantiated or relator disproved outright. Fusion GPS, the research firm that was involved in producing the dossier had confidentially organized briefings on steals findings for a handful of reporters. But when buzzfeed published the dossier four days after combs briefing, the president-elect blamed intelligence officials. Intelligence agencies should never have allowed this fake news to leak out into the public he tweeted the following morning. One last shot at me. Are we living in Nazi? Germany. Clapper spoke with trump that afternoon and defended the intelligence community. Trump did not apologize. And he instead ask clapper to release a statement refuting the dossiers claims. Clapper declined to do so. Trump's stability was not purely a matter of self interest. As a candidate, he often railed against the foreign policies of his predecessors, Democrat and Republican alike in particular the Iraq war, a debacle that was inseparable from the failures of the intelligence community. After it was reported in December. Two Thousand Sixteen that the CIA had concluded that Russia interfered with the two thousand sixteen election on trump's behalf. His transition team released a press statement declaring these are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. Once trump was in the White House, a former trump administration official recalls. I cannot tell you how many times he randomly raised the Iraq war like it morally offended him. He. Loved the intelligence community purposely made it all up. But the gross intelligence failures in the run up to the Iraq war offered a subtler cautionary tale to. The Bush administration had a tendency to see only what it wished to see if that intelligence. To contorted mischaracterize semi educated guesses as unassailable facts. A tendency that in trump was compulsive twin, nearly pathological degree. As, one intelligence veteran who occasionally briefed trump told me. On a visceral level, his view was you all are supposed to be helping me. At, when you bring evidence that Russia interfered, that's what he'd referred to as not helpful or when he's wanting to turn the screws on NATO we'd come in with a warning of the consequences of NATO falling apart and he'd say you never do things for me. Historically the CIA has learned to accommodate the individual presidents it serves the will always with the tacit understanding that the first customer would not abuse the courtesy. Bill Clinton's famously fluids schedule made it difficult for him to commit to daily one on one briefings when a man in a stolen Cessna one fifty plane crashed it into the South Lawn of the White House in Nineteen ninety-four the more joke around the CIA was that it was the agency's director Jim Woolsey trying to get a meeting with the president. Still. Clinton read his briefing material. George W Bush whose father had been CIA director faithfully took his briefing six mornings a week. Though it famously did not result in his heating the August two thousand, one briefing titled Bin Laden Determined To Strike in. US. Obama to took daily briefings for most of his Presidency Lisa Monaco his homeland security adviser earned the presidential nicknamed Doctor Doom for her grim counter-terrorism updates. The briefings were a ritual through which the intelligence community implicitly made the case for itself as something that transcended partisanship and operated on a timescale beyond mere presidencies. It was inevitable that some adjustments would prove necessary for trump novices he was to government. The new president's interests were primarily economic a field that was never the intelligence community strong suit. Under, trump intelligence officials learned to up our economy briefings game as one of them told me. But. The culture clash posed more serious problems to. Trump was accustomed to cutting deals and sharing gossip on his private cellphone often loudly enjoyed being around billionaires to whom he would show off about some of the stuff he thought was cool. The capabilities of different weapons systems one former ministration official recalled. These were super rich guys who wouldn't give him the time of day before he became president, he'd used that stuff is currency he had that they didn't not understanding the implications. Trump also stalked his president's intelligence advisory board with wealthy business people who when briefed by one intelligence official would sometimes make you uncomfortable because on occasion their questions were related to their business dealings this individual recalled. The Chairman of the Advisory Board Steven Feinberg is CO chief executive of CERBERUS capital management, which owns DynCorp. A major defense contractor that is one several lucrative military contracts. Feinberg was a friend of the president's son-in-law. Jared. Kushner, whose expansive role in the new administration also created unease within the intelligence community. His attitude, one former intelligence official recalled, of Kushner, is like that of his father-in-law who always thought that people who weren't trying to be wealthy but instead went into public service or lesser. There were obvious security issues that seem not to have occurred to Kushner who would have the Chinese ambassador and his minions wandering around the West Wing Court recalled one former senior administration official the White House disputes this. No foreign nationals are allowed to roam freely in the West Wing mcenaney said in a statement. Early in the administration, Kushner in an age showed up to Langley headquarters conspicuous in their fitted suits from meeting to learn how the CIA functions. The agency accommodated them, but afterward, according to one participant in the meeting concern developed within the agency about Kushner's potential conflicts. His complicated international business interests as well as his evolving friendship with Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman of Saudi Arabia. had. Raised serious concerns among officials responsible for awarding security credentials. A further concern, another former senior intelligence officials said. was just his cavalier arrogant attitude that I know what I'm doing without any cultural understanding of why things are classified that would put our intelligence at risk. Trump publicly claimed to know little about Kushner, security clearance problem. But in fact, the president made a huge deal of it and tried to pull all sorts of strings and go around the system on former official recalled. Another former officials said I'd hear the president say just do it just give it to him. I'm not understood what it actually meant. He made it sound like jared was just trying to join a club. Some of trump's intelligence advisors feared that his carelessness would inevitably get him in trouble when dealing one on one with cannier foreign leaders. When you'RE A president any slip can be used. For National Security, aide said. Because of trump's indiscretion one former senior intelligence official told me the intelligence office of at least one foreign country. A NATO ally that sent troops to Afghanistan was discouraged by that country's president from interacting with its American counterparts. For fear that trump would be briefed on the information and subsequently blurted out to the Russians. The president did precisely that for months into his tenure sharing sensitive intelligence about. With the Russian foreign, minister and ambassador during a meeting in the Oval Office reportedly exposing a source.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Hi, I'm Daniel and I'm more and we're here to tell you all about our brand new podcast, Daniel and hor, hey, explained that universe in this podcast gonna talk about a lot of things mostly about physics and the universe, and all those big mysteries scientists. A lot of things left to figure out even pretty basic stuff like what is space? What is time? What is stuff made out of which movie gets time travel, right? That's an important question scientists folks. Are we alone in the universe? What is a black hole anyway with inside a black hole. That's what this is about. It's mostly me and hor horrific on stuff. We bind fun and fascinating and hilarious to look for Daniel and hor, hey, explained the universe. We'll try to cover just about everything in the everything. Every dollar shebang. The whole shebang from cats do planets, two black holes and tiny particles. And we're back. Those are some great ads, quality products services also pretty good anyway, let's get back to Eric prints. So yeah, we last left, Eric prince. He's talking about turning Afghantistan into a rare minerals company that he runs violence against the Afghan people. So that's fun. He's not the only guy MDC who shopping around this idea. Steven Feinberg who runs Cerberus capital, and also the military contractor DynCorp has been pushing similar plan around. Washington Feinberg is a close friend of President Trump. He was almost given a position overseeing an Intelligence Review this year. But the Intel community recoiled because he has no background in Intel or military looking, here's a know anything or Rousson fucking was other when Dino DynCorp DynCorp is one of the military contractors that doesn't commit rampant war-crimes water. Sure they've got in their history, but they're more respectable than blackwater. Right? Which is a low bar, the Ferber, something like that evokes really service capital sends like you're the good guys. Exactly. We're fucking mythical. Dog monster. Yeah, I do want appraise Eric on something real quickly, which is his his Accu men for this. He's the perfect man to take advantage of this time in Republican politics, and my evidence for that is one of the slides in this docket he put together which, again is a slide show that's made for President Trump in the slide show he bills. The privatization of the war in Afghanistan is quote the Wollman ice rink moment of the Trump administration at the name of one of the slides. The woman ice rink moment and the Trump administration. You have any idea what that's reference to know, but it's priceless. I'm very critical. I guarantee you, this is one of the only things I could reference that President Trump would know about and you would not. And that's because back in like the nineteen eighties, the Wollman ice rink in New York City stopped making ice or in the seventy. I guess in nineteen eighty, the New York parks department started working to change that they spent like six years and thirteen million dollars trying to fix this ice rink and basically had to announce that point that they were going to have to start all over again. And so it was like this big famous story of government competence, right? Right. They spent millions of dollars. They can't get this ice rink going. So Trump starts publicly saying that he can do the job like under budget and in less time than anybody else. And everybody assumes full of shit, but he gets the job and he actually does it under budget for three million bucks in like a quarter of the time. Like one fucking time. He did the thing that he said he, he, he did the thing. He got the ice rink working again. It made ice or heated. I mean, he hired the people who did it, but let me say made is like they just couldn't keep the rink at the temperature to I don't know the well whatever. But yeah, this is like one failed to actually have ice on the right? Yeah, which is important for night? Yeah, then you have a roller ring. So he managed the project that got it fixed and he did it under budget in in any way. It's a thing Trump talks talked about often on the campaign trail when he was running for president, Kansas. He's, he's smart, right? No. He's saying that, yeah, he's saying that Afghantistan is like that ice rink back in the nineteen eighties. One government is just not enough to fix it. So he knows how to sell this plan to Donald Trump. Right. And I suspect he'll be successful eventually. I mean, based on everything, we read all the time in the news. It just seems like every day or every story that comes out. We inch closer and closer privatization of that war. Yeah, which is not the right plant just leave. Yeah, just admit it was a stupid idea, right? Get the fuck out, right? Say you're sorry. Offer the government, some aid, removing all the bombs we drop exactly like you just get the fuck out, but that's, I think we're probably going to go with x. plan. So let's get back into the book. This was a long digression because he talked about, I didn't realize that when this book was published back in two thousand fourteen, he already had this plan together. So this is clearly been on Eric's mind for reading. I'll take his demo tape that goes around to shows. Yeah, and he has a real gift for spending his career running immersing area empire into personal heroism. In the beginning of his, like in the beginning of his book, he tries to present himself as. A lifetime servant of both his country. And of course, God, he says, since I first enrolled in the naval academy after high school, my life's mission has been to serve God serve my family and serve the United States with honor and integrity. I did it first midshipman finish his seal. Then when personal tragedy called me home from the service as a contractor, providing solutions for some of the thorniest problems on earth, the business of war is never been pretty, but I did my job legally and I did it completely to well. Perhaps go growing blackwater until it became something resembling its own branch of the military and other government agencies. It's like winking fulltime legally. So we're going to have another digression now because I couldn't let the sentence to well perhaps to well, yeah. Okay. So I was worried when I started doing this because I was like, we talked about a lot of black waters, horrible negligence in the deaths associated with last episode. And I was like, I'm not going to be able to find more examples of that for this episode of their repeating myself turns out it just took about a second on Google because I just typed in a couple of key phrases and I found a two thousand five Washington Post article about. About a plane. Crash of a crash of a plane in Afghanistan piloted by a firm that was a part of blackwater. One of prince's aviation firms killing all six on board. So the first army report which was released. Two weeks later said that the plane which, again is essentially a blackwater plane was in violation of numerous government regulations and contract requirements. So basically they were breaking a bunch of rules now presidential Airways, which is the company that prints owned under one of these big umbrella things. Right? You got all these fucking. But anyway, presidential Airways was essentially accused of pairing pilots and co pilots who both didn't have any experience flying in Afghanistan and then not training them properly for flying in Afghanistan and then not supplying them with communications equipment that they needed to properly fly in Afghanistan so to their guys. And I think four US soldiers got killed in this crash. And so the family sued Eric prints and Eric prince get sued by families quite a lot. It's it's my middle name air getting sued by family families. You're, you're almost always the bad guy if whole families. There's also when you're negligence. Is that like acutely criminal? Yeah. So an attorney for the families accused them of presidential Airways of cutting corners. If they're going out source to corporation services, like flying personnel, right Afghanistan, they must do it with corporations that put the safety of our men and women in uniform ahead of corporate profits. Sadly, that wasn't done here seems like a reasonable statement. Presidential Airways, followed with a common Eric prints tactic calling the army lazy and incompetent. When of prince's Representative said in essence, that the army review that made them look at fault had been slapdash and was filled with errors. Everyone would need to wait until the national Safety Board report came out to really know what had gone wrong. And if presidential Airways had done anything wrong. So now I'm going to read a fun related excerpt from Jeremy scales book blackwater in two thousand six nearly two years after the army investigators conclude. The report, the National Transportation Safety board issued a report of its own. The ESP concluded that black waters pilots were quote behaving unprofessionally, and we're deliberately flying the nonstandard route low through the valley for fun. Oh. Oh, fucking party getting that. Yeah, it's all it's a safe. They just dumb fucking party boys getting people killed. I, I guess that is the one consistent. Like with the culture of that company, it's like, yeah, and also just fuck around whatever you want. Doesn't matter. It's guys who got frustrated all the rules. The army has some of what you're dumb. You talked to anyone who served in the army, and they'll be able to point out dumb things the army makes you do. But also part of the reason the army has so many dumb rules so that people don't go joyriding plains, valleys and kill six expensive hardware. In what? What's it? A background of a lot of guys who ended up in black water, they retired or they'd like discharge, like they're usually on people who got honorably discharged. I mean, it's people who a lot of people who were in special forces and then we're like, I want to get paid, which, oh, then they kind of leave. Yeah. Yeah. Like there's a better, right? So, but it's usually people who are like seeing the checks, they're cutting over there because they'll have a buddy who was with service and then got out a year to go. And then he's like, I made three hundred thousand dollars in Iraq lies. We're doing the same shit, right? I can. We play this game with this fucking plane. On the plane bottle on his head, and we'd try and just knock it off in a valley. Some guys died last we, it's still fun. Whatever did they didn't? Yeah. As you might have noticed from earlier on prince has a real bug up his ass about blackwater not getting what he's seen as would he sees as the proper recognition that it's owed. He had a statement in his book that I found kind of funny government agencies don't want that spotlight being shown on our work nor to applaud the greatest advantage. Blackwater offered them increased capability. They only want wanted increase deniability, which is funny because that's the only reason why his company couldn't be fired from the war is because they needed denial asset, right? Yeah. Anyway, that Eric prince doesn't like being deniable asset and never not been in the business of providing them, right. He's yeah, that must frustrate him when he wants to be the star and he's like, I'm made to be the scapegoat man. That's what you're doing. That's your job exactly. Your job is getting provide the soldiers that the government doesn't have to report to anyone raid and you're wasting life and money. That's your whole the whole reason. You're a billionaire. Other than the fact that you dad was right? Yeah, that wanted to being a billionaire. Step one to being a billionaire. Rich dad is the first time. Yeah, no move onto z. or you DiPoto. Yeah, where you die for because you don't have enough. You can't afford insulin. Cute price events lows Oregon trail. You broke your leg and your diet and you died, but aarc prince gets a navy right? Fun world, fun fun world. So print says, in his book quote, the true history of blackwater is exhilarating, rewarding, exasperatingly, and tragic. Don't disagree with that. It's the story of men taking bullets to protect

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If there's a move toward towards implementing what he promised and what we have seen it's been there's been people from hassle has whatever her level of involvement in the in the in the torture enhanced interrogation we're also familiar with now whatever her level of involvement there was some level of involvement she was involved in it and i think we can read into it there's a reason she was chosen to the deputy now so he possibly not nominated as director and similarly we've reported on somebody else at the top the director for intelligence at the white house is a cia official who once worked on old targeted selling program of the cia one that had been contracts out to eric that's another story we wrote back late last year so we're seeing these people rising there so i think it's fair to keep on looking to see what happens and again once again i didn't ask directly i got strike from nashville question was what about the hassle and i guess we don't know but we do know that involvement in the old town of terrorists center where he was involved at some level in enhanced interrogation needs to trump is comfortable with it right pompeo was comfortable with what kind of pressures are being put on the trump administration to deal with counterterrorism in this way is part of it because that's what he said during the campaign oh he did what he brought those issues you the sort of his amidst his bombast was this idea that she knows how to be really hard on terrorists so again the role is not solely counterterrorism but it's it's as you said from the beginning it's rose traditionally intelligence is called the central but i'm not sure if it's external pressure on that way 'cause there seems like there's a ton of i mean just like with a lot of other things in this administration there's a ton of conflict of interest can you tell us what is cerberus capital management and what is their connection to the trump administration capital is a huge private equity firm one by subsequent name steven feinberg and feinberg is a civilised capital you're familiar with running the firearms company familiar with bushmaster firearms company which makes the air fifteen type rifles well service bought all these companies for some reason not all of them but many gun companies were purchased by similar so.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"While ago that's one thing it does it also owns the big military contractors dyncorp things contracting company you don't stop things like that now steven feinberg for reasons that really warrants clear was viewed as a intelligence advisor donald trump he has no real intelligence background but he obviously likes this coming in though i've and i'm using the word commander he likes us military mil you he likes that industry you likes that intelligence business so he's become an adviser to companies issues and some cases are very close advisor he's one he's part of asian about aghanistan he's pitched he's been floated as as a top intelligence official what we learned is the new head of the special activities division which is responsible to all these he's very close friend of the second one of the top people at sobre top deputies just even find and we think that's that's fascinating because we wanted to that's why service has been able to open so many doors did any of of services employees or management donate to the trump campaign i don't have the figures of course feinberg i'm what's he's he's a very well known figure in the in the private equity for field he is an equity field but it's moving it's really moved in this direction towards again private military companies you mentioned earlier that the bush administration also engaged in targeted killings didn't they outsource these kinds of assassinations to blackwater yeah that's great greg requested because they they're the ones i got going it's it's still murky what will happen there i see people talked about it oddly enough one of the people who've talked about this is eric kretz he's the one who actually disclose for the first time the deep deepen hired to build up the capacity to kill people who is for those who don't know is very down the blackwater blackwater into some tremendous success and then some tremendous controversy blackwater killed you know the people killed seventeen civilians square in baghdad along longer working for the state department they were involved in some some horrific incidents and eventually sold blackwater and we've covered in for quite a quite a while he's controversial issues he's a witch he's a republican he's the brother of betsy devos cabinet secretary yeah easy peasy.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If there's a move towards towards implementing what he promised and what we have seen it's been there's been people from hospital has whatever her level of involvement in the in the in the torture interrogation that we're also familiar with whatever her level of involvement there was some level of involvement she was involved in it and i think we can read into it too there's a reason she was chosen deputy and now so he possibly not nominated as as director and similarly we've reported on somebody else at the cia the top director for intelligence at the white house is a cia official who once worked on old targeted selling program of the one that had been the contracts out to eric prints oh that's another story we wrote back late last year so we're seeing these people liking there so i think it's fair to keep on looking to see what happens and again once again i didn't act directly i got strike from natural question is what about the hassle and i guess we don't know that we do know that baldness in the old counterterrorist center where she was involved at some level in enhanced interrogation trump is comfortable with it right pompeo was comfortable with her what kind of pressures are being put on the trump administration to deal with terrorism in this way is part of it because that's what he said during the campaign he did bring them you want he brought those issues sort of his amidst his bombast was this idea that he knows how to be really hard on terrorists again the scene as role is not solely counterterrorism but it's it's as you said from the beginning it's rose traditionally intelligence is called the central but i'm not sure if there's external pressure on that way well there's a ton of i mean just like with a lot of other things in this administration there's a ton of conflict of interest can you tell us what is cerberus capital management and what is their connection to the trump administration i'm really glad you capital is a huge private equity firm one by subsequently steven feinberg steve feinberg is a civilised capital you're familiar with lymington the firearms company.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Shot due to laws not changing four percent more guns are are needed especially in schools four percent in favor of guns and then there's some comments dick castle said yes kids should learn cpr so the next maniac opens fire and blows their friends brains out they'll know what to do right if your brains a blend blown out cpr is not going to help you sorry dick to you know share that but you know cpr is a great idea but it doesn't it as as as john belcher point saudi says kids learn cpr is a great idea but it should not and does not have anything to do with school shootings let's see not me says the message should be clear these nra puppets puppets if you're not with us you are against us and we will vote you out of office and then ill says yeah i e s i don't think cpr is useful when you have a bullet wound in your throat absolutely right i don't know how to say better it's absolutely right alan in to all it's an organ hale hi tom he missed you regards to the guns i was wondering why tom or of why donald trump is not mentioned guns and handguns and it seems to go back to she's got a friend called steven feinberg who is a private equity mobile and he purchased the remington arms bankrupt this weekend well yeah they they continuing right they're they're doing it under chapter eleven so they're reorganizing right right but at this feinberg is on board to come as a cabinet member somewhere i don't know what he's gonna slide him in but when you look at google on remington they gotta rim owns a dozen other companies who are in ammunition holsters handguns and everything else and i think donald trump is with this suggesting that all teachers have guns they're trying to get the money back to remington to get them out of.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Not preparing for war and that's one of the big misunderstandings about american gun owners the truth is in america we're guns are legal there's just a lot of people who love to go out and shoot recreationally they got to the gun range on saturday the way i don't know my grandfather went to the golf course every saturday and they love to shoot and the reason why they buy twenty guns not because they're preparing arsenal for war it's because they like to have a lot of different firearms when they go to the gun range and engage in their favorite hobby even those mega owners though are they purchasing fewer weapons since donald trump was elected well we've seen percentage of gun sales go down by ten percent how much that's affecting the super owners or other kinds of potential gun owners is really unclear we just don't have any data on out to provide an answer all right so the owner mentioning how it's badly run this owner remington to steven feinberg a major donald trump supporter and donor multimillionaire he briefly even was looking bbn national have a national security role in the trump administration do you think he calculated that there would be a trump slump and be bad for his business i don't think he did although it shouldn't have been such a big surprise the to this we saw over the course of the obama administration as the threat for gun control became more pronounced that gun sales really skyrocketed in response it's not really a surprise that gun sales have declined when the threat of gun control has declined with.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The statue of christopher columbus announ what avenue was found defaced this morning darrell waldron the executive director of rhode island indian council disagrees with vandalism but feels columbus did native american it's wrong as a kid i would always wore quieter ride by our my bike there was never happy with it um because you know america was built on the graves of native americans we always the trade as as the villains never hear rawls and rally ali went out and shot merited and killed us and stuff in there is i don't believe this one native american statue in the state of rhode island the city is looking to get the red and black paint on the explorer himself and graffiti including a hammer and sickle down on the stand cleaned off quickly james duffy faces additional charges of inappropriate contact with children channel twelve reports the fizz ed teacher from providence as casiraghi an elementary is now charged with six counts of seconddegree child molestation on three 11yearold girls and simple assault on a new victim runners and horses appear to be in conflict in some state parks were d e m has been keeping runners off the trails the word beacon reporting one coach was fined over tooth out thousand dollars for allowing his girls deemed a practice in godford park without a permit that amount was soon dropped around two hundred dollars coventry running coach tells wpro's dan paquet name is by the way a crowd and bradshaw iin dan is a runner himself the runners are good stewards and should be allowed to run of the park we love the park uh we did hitter are so um you know uh somebody who at you were saying if people who who use it in conjunction with blocked of other people use it for lots of other read it runners have reportedly collected about seven thousand signatures on a petition asking for them to be allowed to run any time in state parks but rhode island film office director steven feinberg who rights sources on trails in state park says runners with airbus you're putting riders in dangerous saying he himself was injured.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The d e m to allow our children and their teams the same access and due process that other crops and use of the parker afford surely there's a way for hundreds of youths to coexist peaceful with a few worth horse enthusiasts and the company that profits from the use of this public resource who would also like to use the park i guess they been having this this issue trying to get the runners and then those who use the horse trails too i i don't know be there in conjunction with each other and be respectful i can't imagine why the kids can't run through the park uh let's see in july of 2017 across country coach was presented with a ticket in the amount of two thousand one hundred dollars unchanged from a d e m park ranger her because the girls on his team were training on the parks trail system without a permit the coach was threatened with arrest for being confrontational video in first person accounts of the incident clearly show that the coach was acting differentially to the officer and simply asking questions the fine was later reduced to two hundred and three dollars from twenty one hundred dollars with no explanation and now i know a couple of people that have had runins with the d and i'll tell you a quick story i know steam five steven feinberg has called back into this program he wants to chat about this scott in a rosy hang on but i think they can get a little bit carried away i only have one example and it was few several years ago it was years ago when someone that i know was out with a friend on a could new and they were collecting driftwood i've told destroyed for because we call it the driftwood incident in my life it was such a big deal the old driftwood incident and the person that i know was in the canoe with a friend who was his canoe and he was known for a go in a certain neighborhood collecting the driftwood and then carving it beautifully into mailboxes is our bird things bird stands bird feeders and you know just very creative so he go heaves they're out there there collecting the driftwood very peaceful his nothing to do with anything besides picking of drip driftwood and putting it in the vote and.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Kids to run their in practice and damp akin who was on this morning for us here in for gene is a major runner doing marathons now uh and and and when he was younger that was one of his coaches who called in this morning carlton brancheau so apparently there's a call from d e m that's uh they want to refuse to allow cross country teams to practice in the park during non peak hours with or without a permit they don't want the runners there at all sounds like to me and so uh this particular letter which um dan left me because he started off doing this story is says in 2016 the park staff handed out a typed letter all but eliminating the opportunity for crosscountry teams to practice in the park quote due to the increasing conflict between runners and horses the letter also noted the trails were deeded the state with the stipulation that their main use would be for equestrian activities so i can't imagine the number of listen i i've gone down there i tend to go there when i don't wanna drive all the way to south county beaches in if i just is usually an offseason and i just want to see the water i know that there are many horse riders equestrian riders but i would have to think that there are more people running with the kids the teams now i don't know how you divvy this up according to this letter dear director coy and director coit is from the d e m uh they've they're listing there no know disagreements with this new policy so number three says equestrian riders account for less than one tenth of one percent of park users if equines are included in the computation the percentage would increase to one fifth of 1 percent though it is not clear whether the horses themselves are considered park is why why is this happening i mean gutted park is always is it's unsafe now now steven feinberg was the second voice that you heard and he is he normally talking to us about film and television and movies that are being filmed here he's the executive director of that office film and television office for the state but he's also an avid horseback writer and he was saying maybe because the kids aren't paying attention or they've got their ear budzyn and.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And you would've at us two the spoils and all of that forget that so that might be very instructive jodie vittori your former military soldier when looking at what president trump's intentions are for afghanistan right now the new york times reporting trump is pressure is being pressured by a billionaire financier and a chemical executive to escalate the us war in afghanistan in a bid to exploited afghan a stands mineral wealth can you explain what you found her uh it's it's a troubling parallel to the the twenty twelve reports that you just noted out when it comes to rock and oil in the case of afghanistan a report this morning that president trump is deeply troubled that he acknowledges that the united states is not winning in afghanistan he doesn't like the strategy that his generals have given him from his national security staff and for some reason he has leaned towards this sort of vague plan put forward by the head of the private security company dyncorp steven feinberg berg who is a major campaign contributor to the trump campaign that somehow the united states would come in they would send dangkor which send in their private security forces that would somehow control these mining areas including areas with the mineral lithium in it which is important for our cell phone batteries and so forth and somehow extract that securites that other companies could extract that and it's it's unclear apparently take that money to pay back in the united states for the invasion of afghanistan obviously traveling on a conflict of interest level an ethics level human rights social level and and frankly it's just completely impractical as well kathy kelly when you hear this and read this piece in the times about exploiting afghanistan four it's mineral wealth and hearing the previous comment about trump even if he says he was opposed to the war in iraq once you're there take their oil your thoughts um i think it's very hugging and let's get kathy kelly's response and then urus jody well.

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"steven feinberg" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"steven feinberg" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"So right now uh we we treat all of these reports with great scepticism remember for how long addison the reports were the bin laden is dead older he was on dialysis in a cave totally bogus we we have the most powerful intelligence generally in the world we are assessing these reports but right now we are not going to go far enough i wanna ask you about some the new york times reported earlier this week they say that the white house reached out to eric prince obviously the founder the private security from black water steven feinberg who owns the military contractor a dying core which has done a lot of work obviously not ghanistan over the years ask them to devise alternatives to the pentagon's plan to send thousands more troops to afghanistan a can you confirm that in fact the case and that the white house did reach out to the to those two meant i'm not going to confirm or deny what meetings we have in the white house or elsewhere about we all very open to the outside ideas we see the last eight years is having brought disastrous national security decisions whether it was in libya in syria and iraq or elsewhere so this is a ministration this is a president who wants new ideas we're not gonna stay in the washington bubble the acela corridor of wonkery we want people who understand the threat who've been there in the field and just people who have new ideas because the last eight years in fact the last sixteen years have not brought security to america or to our allies as a nerd and along i won't take that personally but i think you're kind of a lock as well but all that ago w systems to britain's special gorka appreciate your time thank you thanks all right let's talk about joining of the panel tonight your skin powers or lewis mariecatherine hampton a bash.

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