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Fresh update on "susan rice" discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:38 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "susan rice" discussed on wellRED podcast

"American man would be insulted by that. So so fragile is the ego of the Pena sounding American particularly, the white variety I imagine that the very notion of a female vice presidential candidate is enough to just. Send us into a tizzy. STREULI A. I briefly shocked to find that I was running is because of my gender, it was a that's that's the only reason. Sure. Yes and if If if that is true that American man can handle the idea of a female vice presidential candidate and of course, it's not. But if it is, they've got a lot to reckon with today because. Hours after that. Interview that trump gave Biden made it official in selected California's Senator. Former California AG San Francisco. District. Attorney. Kamala Harris as his vice presidential candidate mark, I don't know about you but. I feel like it was like one of those situations where. It almost feels now as though like it was always going to be her, you know like she was always. The obvious choice in my opinion but I feel like a lot of a lot of times in elections. They don't end up choosing the obvious choice for whatever. The candidates don't so I think that fueled a lot of the debate about it. The other possibilities like Susan Rice for Karen Bass, but I think at the end of the day was. It was pretty clear from the beginning. that it would be Kamla. What are you, thoughts? About the reaction I mean first of all under excited about. who gets picked as vice president getting real nervous about who the principal name student cabinet safety patrols going to be like A. I'm not quite dead nerdy. Try Not to be I understand it's important but. She feels like by the reaction those like. She's the safest pick because. Little more. It's a layup to. We already know what blocks would have said the other ones like sued rice to the base of Benghazi Right. Elizabeth Warren honest twenty, four seven and at Bass lays into much nice step of Castro. homilies ever think for a minute or what they're going to hear. What they're gonNA do is it from the left on criminal justice stuff which is You can mount disag-. Accurate criticisms per in that vein, but it's not gonNA feel pretty hollow coming from trump exactly right? Yes. I. Think you're exactly correct I like you said the the immediate and obvious criticisms for all the other potential selections were you know? Clear to anybody who's paying attention and I think I could've gotten around probably any of those but with Harris.

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Biden announces Kamala Harris as VP selection

World News This Week

02:33 min | 22 hrs ago

Biden announces Kamala Harris as VP selection

"This week the coronavirus pandemic took a momentary back seat as a nation discussed Joe Biden's big decision who will be his running mate after months of speculation and debate that decision was made on Tuesday with the Democratic National Convention just around the Corner ABC's Mary Bruce in Washington with more on the Democratic ticket after months of speculation Joe Biden over a video chat asking Senator Comma Harris to join the historic ticket first all the answer. Yes. I am ready to do this with you for you. I just just deeply honored. Very. Biden. Then breaking the news in a tweet celebrating his former rival as a fearless fighter for the little guy and one of the country's finest public servants Harris responding saying Joe Biden can unify the American people because he's spent his life fighting for us. I'm honored to join him as our party's nominee for vice president. Harris is now the first black woman and the first Asian American on a major party ticket and only the third woman to be chosen for vice. President I believe in Joe. You know one of the things that is so reflective of his personality is when he says there is room for everyone. Biden has said he was looking for someone to be his Joe Biden to have a relationship like the one he had with former president Obama President Obama declaring Joe Biden nailed this decision by choosing Senator Kamala Harris's America's next vice president. He's underscored his own judgment and character this morning. The other finalists are praising the pick former UN ambassador Susan, Rice Calling Harris tenacious, and trail-blazing leader. Senator Elizabeth Warren saying she is an inspiration to millions of women who see themselves in her and from. Congresswoman Val demings powerful reflection saying to see a black woman nominated for the first time reaffirms my faith that in America there's a place for every person to succeed no matter who they are or where they come from, but it wasn't long ago. That Harris was Biden's fierce opponent at the first primary debate. She took Biden into task for working with segregationist senators to oppose school busing policies in the nineteen seventies. Harris. Later reportedly said that was all politics, Biden clearly willing to look past. It two weeks ago assign of what was to come photographers catching a glimpse of Biden's notes at a press conference. The first talking point about Harris reading quote do not hold

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Fresh update on "susan rice" discussed on Safe Money with Bill Carter

Safe Money with Bill Carter

01:51 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "susan rice" discussed on Safe Money with Bill Carter

"Week, the Corona virus pandemic took a momentary back seats as the nation discussed Joe Biden's big decision who will be his running mate after months of speculation and debate. That decision was made on Tuesday, but the Democratic National Convention just around the corner. ABC is Mary Bruce is in Washington with more on the Democratic ticket. After months of speculation, Joe Biden over a video chat, asking Senator Kamala Harris to join the historic ticket birthday ball is the answer. Yes. Radio work. I'm ready to do this with you for you. I just I just deeply honored and very excited. Biden, then breaking the news in a tweet celebrating his former rival as a fearless fighter for the little guy and one of the country's finest public servants. Harris responding saying Joe Biden can unify the American people because he spent his life fighting for us. I'm honored to join him as our party. Nominee for vice President Harris is now the first black woman and the first Asian American on a major party ticket. And only the third woman to be chosen for vice president. I believe in Joe You know, One of the things that is so reflective of his personality is when he says there is room for everyone. Biden has said he was looking for someone to be his Joe Biden to have a relationship like the one he had with former president Obama. President Obama declaring Joe Biden nailed this decision by choosing Senator Kamala Harris is America's next vice president. He's underscored his own judgment and character. This morning. The other finalists are praising the pick. Former U N Ambassador Susan Rice, calling Harris a tenacious and trailblazing leader, Senator Elizabeth Warren, saying she is an inspiration to millions of women who see themselves in her and from congresswoman Val Demings, a powerful reflection, saying to see a black woman nominated for the first time reaffirms my faith. That in America, there is a place for every person to succeed, no matter who they are or where they come from. But it wasn't long ago that Harris was Biden's fierce opponent. At the first primary debate. She took bite into task for working with segregationist senators to oppose school busing policies in the 19 seventies. Harris later reportedly said that was all politics. Fighting clearly willing to look past it two weeks ago, a sign of what was to come photographers catching a glimpse of Biden's notes at a press conference. The first talking point about Harris, reading quote, Do not hold grudges. President Trump did not waste time responding to his opponent's pick, Mr Trump, calling Senator Harris nasty and Super liberal. He did not stop there. Reports A B C's Andy Field. An article questioning Senator Kamala Harris is U. S citizenship claims that even though she was born in the US, her parents weren't All residents, So perhaps she isn't either. The Constitution says she is the president's Take. The lawyer that wrote that peace is a very highly qualified, very talented lawyer. I have no idea that your Kamala Harris was born in Oakland, California, Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Moving out to the Corona virus, which appears to be spreading at a faster rate among Children has schools reopen across the country. The American Academy of Pediatrics now says all Children to an older should wear a face mask in public. There's a B C's victor a kendo. The debate over schools rages on. For some that have already reopened rapid setbacks. At least 2400 students and Steph quarantined across at least six states. But in states were in person learning has not started pushback, dozens of parents and students in Pennsylvania gathering outside a local courthouse. They're urging officials to open schools. We.

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"Sexism is Boring"

Hysteria

03:54 min | 2 d ago

"Sexism is Boring"

"Hairless arid. Okay. So I'm going to give you one guess for what we're going to lead off with today and it rhymes with Comma. Harris is it Kamla Harris? It's Kamla Harris Yeah perfect rhyme with Harris Okay so Ever. Since Joe Biden announced that he was going to pick all women. To be his running mate, all one, hundred, sixty, six, million, or so of US women were on tenterhooks waiting to see which woman would be the King of women and on Tuesday. Joe Biden announced that he has selected. California Senator Kamala Harris as I guess are is that how vice-presidents work? She's now are king. King. She's a Queen Yeah sure King of Women King King Queen Whatever both terms can be gender-neutral now. So her nomination for veep is boundary breaking. In a lot of cool ways. She is the first black woman and the first woman of Asian descent to be the vice presidential nominee for one of the two major parties in a presidential election, which is super exciting. She was raised by immigrant parents. She was raised largely by her mother raising her and her sister alone. She's also married to Jewish guy she's like a rainbow of the American experience and she was also a former DA and a g in California. Elissa despite the fact that you know there's a lot of celebration yesterday I. Think There's something very dangerous about pretending that are preferred political candidates are flawless and I think there's something disingenuous about hiding disappointment or or some trepidation about our preferred political. So let's Give it to me straight. How did you feel when you learned on Tuesday Joe Biden had selected Comma Harris to be his running mate so Aaron I think that you and I both would agree that there were no bad candidates that we heard in the last couple of days if the reporting was correct and it was largely down to Karen Bass Hysteria fave love her Susan Rice longtime. Pal of mine and Kamala Harris the we could not lose now was Susan my dear pal and was I because of my palace and because I believe she is ready to serve was a little excited. That might be Susan I was I'm not gonNA lie did I after talking to Karen Bass the last time think that I could be team bass. I did. So I'm down we need to. Win. Kamla is great. I mean. But I think that everyone is allowed to have their feelings and they should feel free to have their feelings as long as everyone understands that like fucking time to get up and get on I agree. Well, you know as you know because you got a text for me to this effect yesterday, I was driving through a part of Kansas where parents. Nobody needs to use a cell phone All thing I know I was it was like five hours of just totally dead service and we stopped at a gas station in a place called Goodland Kansas right off I seventy and at that moment, Josh had like a bar of service and he had a text. What do you think about Kamla and it was like oh? Okay. Well, it was. My first feeling was that I was really hoping for a more progressive candidate just because Carmela is a little bit more toward the center than my personal politics are and she is although she's somebody that I find really inspiring and I think she did a great job in a lot of ways as ag California and she's been a great senator. She's been a attack dog basically on the judiciary I was hoping for somebody. Who is a little bit more Bassey in their politics I really like Karen Bass I was a big fan of Tammy Duckworth also, I think that she's got an incredible future ahead of her, she was sort of a dark horse candidate Tammy Duckworth but I would have been just completely over the moon if it had been her but that being said and don't forget Tammy Baldwin I almost forgot tammy Baldwin Baldwin the Tampa. See we couldn't have gone.

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Fresh update on "susan rice" discussed on Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:37 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "susan rice" discussed on Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

"Of the Cardinal's back a mark scores here. A lot of news in politics of there always is over the past couple of days, but A topic that I keep coming back to is the selection of Kamala Harris as Joe Biden's vice presidential pick and its historic moment because we have the first black woman on the ticket as a vice presidential candidate, and to continue this conversation I am bringing in Debbie Monterey. You know her Well from came Alexe to the host of Total information. AM show Like the Voice of Came Alexe. Thank you for joining me. My pleasure E voice That's quite an honor, Capital th e And my good friend Megan Berg and Megan is plugged into the political scene. She is a young working millennial who I think really represents a big portion of the voting block that we've been talking about a lot in this particular election, a voting bloc that's really motivated to get to the polls. Reagan. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me, Amy. Let's just start with initial reactions. Debbie were you surprised that Biden picked Camilla? No. I felt like he was going to pick her. Pretty much all along. I felt like just like I felt like Joe Biden was going to be the nominee all along. It kind of felt like he would pick her all along. Early on. I kind of thought maybe I kind of wait a few other people like Stacey Abrams, possibly. But, yeah, it was not a surprise at all to me. Yeah, I would agree with you, Debbie. I think I think it was a smart choice. You know? I don't know, but I wasn't necessarily surprised by the selection. Yeah, so I was wrong. I think I was the only person who was really wrong on this. I didn't see Camilla as the safe choice. I think maybe I was thinking a Susan Rice right? Someone that binds familiar with Camilla is more progressive like if you look at where she stands on a lot of issues, she's pretty far left like closer to Bernie Sanders, then Been a centrist. I mean, obviously, bite is not concerned about her more left leaning tendencies. Do you think those voters are concerned? Well, I think that it's interesting that in many Democratic leaning area, especially in California, she's considered a centrist. So you're the guy to put that in perspective, she is considered a centrist in you know, in many parts of her own state. I think that this is specifically aimed at getting Democrats excited about going to vote. Maybe Democrats who orange excited who wouldn't have gone because Biden is yet another old white man. They you know that this is a choice to get. Those people excited who are like you on Also appealing to obviously minorities. But I think also to some of those women who are on the fence because polls have shown that Trump has lost a lot of female voters, or at least they don't like what they've seen from President Trump yet and that a woman Adds to that appeal of, you know, maybe a softer, gentler kinder of presidency. Possibly. So I think that if you We're going to vote for Trump you. You know this isn't gonna sway you at all. I think that if you were leaning towards Biden, you know, you'll just possibly be more excited about it. Yeah, I think it is a good choice for him. Like I said before. I think it was smart just because I think it adds a little bit more of her personal touch to him. You know, I think she can reach a little bit of defective demographic than what he can I was reading an article that said vice president picks used to be more based on Geographics to get the Today more votes and how that probably in the nineties went away. Now it's more based on demographics. So to your point b, you know, looking at women Minorities kind of getting that excitement. But then I also feel like They're looking back. There hasn't been a vice presidency. That's one or a candidate vice president candidate that's won an election. You know, you argue that Taylan hurt McCain in a way, but I believe Obama had was gonna win that. No matter what, So it's I can't see a vice president candidate. That's I guess won the election for I helped him, you know significantly. It's interesting, but this time does feel different, and I don't know if that's just because this is so. Unprecedented in different ways that it feels like there is more except I hate mint around this all in my head, You know, I think it's true. Charlie Brennan and I had this conversation. With major Garrett that while overall the policies of a vice presidential pick major, Garrett said, irrelevant. I don't they're relevant. But he said, there are relevant with this time around. It feels like there's a little bit more weight to it, because if I did more to win, they're pretty sure he's not going to run for reelection and then also Not to be morbid, but he'll be 78 in November. And so the vice president does have you know is is one guy put it for the for the an editor for the National Review, You know you're one heartbeat away from the presidency. So it's not something to be taken lightly on D Let me ask you this, Megan. The fact that Joe Biden called out, I say he called out the immutable characteristics. First, you say I'm going to pick a woman. And then it was understood he was going to pick a woman of color. Did that kind of, you know, Take the starch out of it a little bit because you knew you knew who he had to choose from. Yeah, and I think I agree with you to adjust anything. One probably gave away the surprise Are you know who he was going to pick? But then I don't think also it's In my head. It almost takes away from her credentials of like, Well, did you pick her Because she's a woman and a minority or because, you know she was a senator and attorney general. You know she had the credentials for the job. So, Yeah, I could go either way on that. Honestly. Yeah, Debbie, I I do see what you're saying that maybe he should have just made this pic and surprised us all. Oh, I wonder if some of it is just because President Trump sucks up all the air in the room and the news cycle every single day and that maybe this was just, you know, one attempted saying Hi..

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Biden, Harris to make unusual campaign debut in virus era

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Biden, Harris to make unusual campaign debut in virus era

"Joe Biden and comelec Harris are making their joint campaign debut this afternoon after clashing during the democratic primary Biden inherits are uniting as the party's White House ticket at a high school outside Biden's hometown they're already facing a White House attacks counselor kellyanne Conway suggests here is will be the brains behind the operation polling bite into the hard left while outshining him which is so easy to do is overshadowed basically by almost everybody comes in contact with but former Obama national security adviser Susan rice tells NBC's today show this is by the show it's not her who's the ticket there team Joe Biden leads that team Sager make ani Washington

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Biden, Harris to make unusual campaign debut in virus era

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Biden, Harris to make unusual campaign debut in virus era

"Joe Biden and comelec Harris are making their joint campaign debut this afternoon after clashing during the democratic primary Biden inherits are uniting as the party's White House ticket at a high school outside Biden's hometown they're already facing a White House attacks counselor kellyanne Conway suggests here is will be the brains behind the operation polling bite into the hard left while outshining him which is so easy to do is overshadowed basically by almost everybody comes in contact with but former Obama national security adviser Susan rice tells NBC's today show this is by the show it's not her who's the ticket there team Joe Biden leads that team Sager make ani Washington

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Susan Rice, Biden's Potential VP, Divests From Netflix

The Pascal Show Podcast

02:44 min | 4 d ago

Susan Rice, Biden's Potential VP, Divests From Netflix

"Places for personal gains and everything But she sold at three hundred thousand dollars stockholdings. Okay. So. Real. Quick. We got only got a few more minutes. We started a little bit late today guy. So we got a we're we're going to do a little bit more tiny bit more passing Levin. Okay if it is Susan Rice right. Let's talk about her a little bit. This talk about Susan Rice. Who is Susan Rice Who is Susan? Rice? Let's start at the very, very bare bare minimum starting at the very bottom. NETFLIX's director. NETFLIX's director. That's it. She's obviously female. Start their. American diplomat academic democratic policy adviser former public official has served as the twenty seven United States ambassador United Nations, two, thousand, nine, two, dozen thirteen. And the twenty four, th states national security advisor from two, thousand, thirteen to two, thousand seventeen. Now. Here it is. because. Some people are really excited about the possibility of it being Susan. Rice. Right. So what is? What is something? That's not good. You know what's what's the negative side was the negative things about what's the? What are the cons about Susan Rice Be something that people would have a problem with if he wants US Susan Rice Benghazi. is where she withdrew her consideration. For replacement of retiring US Secretary of State Clinton a dozen twelve Based on the contract dry controversy related two, thousand, twelve attack on the US diplomatic facility in Benghazi. So I, don't know if she's attached to that. Again next negatively to that you know. Something about Susan Rice enemy nation to said, Susan Rice will get crushed for her role for unmasking Michael Flynn. That's news to you. That's news to me but it made to may have been involved with that. I just saw to that Flynn was just back in the news to man, and because the government suggest attorney general bar had secret reasons for dropping Michael Flynn criminal case. So. I mean. Having Susan Rice I mean

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DNC Announces Convention Speakers, Speculation On Biden's VP Pick Intensifies

Here & Now

06:32 min | 4 d ago

DNC Announces Convention Speakers, Speculation On Biden's VP Pick Intensifies

"Of scheduled speakers at next week's Democratic National Convention is out, and it's being parsed for clues as to who's still in the running to be Joe Biden's running mate. He's expected to make that announcement any day now. Meanwhile, President Trump is floating the idea of accepting the Republican nomination later this month on Sacred ground. The Gettysburg Battlefield. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is watching it all. And Mara. You know, some names in the running to be Biden's running mate are scheduled to speak, but not in the VP slot, you know, and I'm just wondering if that's a fool's errand to try to make that meaningful, You know? What do you think about that? And who do you think at this point is thumb Where are may be the most likely candidates. I think the most likely candidates are still that same handful of women, you know, Joe Biden said. He's going to take a woman whether it's Kamala Harris, Susan Rice, Gretchen Whitmer, Karen Bass. Those are the people who have been on the list for quite some time. And and, of course, Gretchen Whitmer is the only white female on that short list. But I think the list has remained the same. Sounds like he's about to make his decision because the vetting committee has pretty much disbanded on DH. It could be as early as today that we find out So what do you think for everybody who's sitting home, you know, got all the names and the lists on whiteboards and, you know, trying to, you know, look at those tea leaves. And should we be looking at the List of speakers. Oh, I think that that that is actually fool's errand, but it's fun and it's going to be over very soon. It could be over today, so go ahead. But I still think you know that of all my conversations with Democrats all signs Seemed to point to Kamala Harris. But with the caveat that Joe Biden hasn't decided, and he often takes his time deciding well, 100 prominent black men signed a letter. Hoping they could make him decide that it would be a black woman because they said to him, you will lose the election. If you don't choose a black woman as a running mate, and this was entertainers, pastors, business leaders, athletes. I'm wondering more. If you think that Biden really needed that public pressure, it would seem in this moment in time. That's the choice. He'd want. Make one of these in class. That's what I think. I think that letter was really aimed. And Gretchen Whitmer. She's the only white person on that list. Everyone else is a person of color or black woman. So I don't think he needed that kind of public pressure. But it does show you that of all the people on the list. There is a backlash brewing to at least one of them in that's Gretchen Whitmer. You haven't seen the same kind of opposition public opposition to Kamala Harris, for instance. Oh, by the way, you're saying Elizabeth Warren is not in the running and I don't think so. Yeah, No, I don't think so, although she's a thought leader in the party, and she certainly has influenced a tremendous amount of his agenda. Of the Democratic National Convention will be all online this year. Wouldn't does that mean for the post convention bounce that the candidates look for Hillary Clinton got well, first of all, who knows Because nobody's ever run a presidential campaign in a pandemic. But most people I talked to assume that the post convention bounce will be very small thiss year for both candidates because they're not having the kind of big Excitement filled crowded conventions like we have in the past that being said the Democrats have had a lot longer time to plan for a virtual convention than the Republicans because they've been scaling. There's back for months. And the big question is, are they about to produce the best four night television show ever seen in history? Or will it kind of be ho hum? Well, and they will be competing in that arena with a president who is obviously trying to make the best television show. What do you make of that tweet that he may accept the Republican Nomination for president from the Gettysburg Battlefield or the White House. Both locations likely to violate ethics rules or just some people's moral sense of what's right to politicize. But you know, this is a president that gave an interview to Fox News inside the Lincoln Memorial, gave an interview at Normandy. What do you think happens here? Will certainly Trump isn't worried about offending people sense of what's right or wrong or any kind of norm. Now there are legal questions. Ethical questions about what kind of federal property you can make a convention nominating speech, your acceptance speech on and I'm sure the White House lawyers will be figuring that out. Is there some part of Gettysburg that he could be on? Without violating ethics rules. It's certainly a lot easier for the president to set this up at the White House, but he's clearly looking for the kind of dramatic backdrop not unlike Mount Rushmore that would give his campaign a boost. Quick thought from you, Mara on the fact that it's been primary season. It's primary day today for six states. The focuses on Minnesota, where the Denver Democrat, the representative Ilhan Omar, Is facing a tough challenge. Other progressive candidates have done very well this primary season. What will you be looking for here, right. She's the only member of the squad left with the primary. The four young progressive women of color and she has a really stiff challenge from an attorney named Anton Melton, Mo. He's getting a lot of money. There's been a certain amount of unhappiness with her. They've been attacks on her first for allegedly making anti Semitic statements. We know that the other members of the squad have not had primary challenges. Rashida to leave beat hers back very handily. So that's what we're watching today for the Democrats. Well, how does he do? Right and very briefly. The unemployed have now gone over a week. Without that additional money from the federal government. The president signed those actions and directives to address this. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the money will go out in two weeks. But he doesn't have The power of the purse. Congress does and they're gone. They're out of session. I think everyone's taking a big political risk here for the president to sign these executive orders and then have people not get a bigger unemployment check or still face eviction. I think that that he will be responsible for that and then members of Congress, including the Democrats, they are allowing people to go without thes unemployment checks, which, by the way, have kept the economy going in large part On Then they have stopped negotiating. Good. Not good. Not good. Yeah. NPR national political correspond. Mara Liasson. Thank you. Thank you.

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Biden Will Likely Send Text to Supporters to Announce VP Pick

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 4 d ago

Biden Will Likely Send Text to Supporters to Announce VP Pick

"We should soon find out who Joe Biden has picked as his running mate. His campaign has said he will make that announcement sometime this week came. Why don't we use Tim Jimenez Joining us live this morning with the latest on this good morning to him? Good morning, Carol E of the former vice president has spoken with top finalists, according to people familiar with the process, either in person remotely, and now it's a waiting game for his final decision. It's reportedly imminent and the announcement, according to top aides, is likely to be texted to supporters. First, those who signed up for his alerts now who will it be well by it and has made a promise that he would pick a woman. Top contenders include Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, former national security adviser Susan Rice and senators Tammy Tammy Duckworth's Duckworth's Kamala Kamala Harris Harris and and Elizabeth Elizabeth Warren. Warren. But But their their aides aides declined declined to to comment comment so so far far on on the the virtual virtual DNC DNC that that is is happening happening next next weekend weekend to to prepare prepare for for that that campaign campaign Staff and Secret Service were Seen checking into Wilmington Hotels yesterday, right by the ballpark where buying and is expected Carol to formally accept the nomination. nomination.

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Biden's V.P. Pick Is Said to Be Imminent

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Biden's V.P. Pick Is Said to Be Imminent

"Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has reportedly narrowed the list of candidates to be his running mate. There are three leading contenders early front runner Kamala Harris. Her stock dropped slightly following loyalty questions following her attacks on Biden during the first Democratic debate. Also California Congresswoman Karen Bass, the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. She recently tried to clarify her position on Cuba and Fidel Castro. The Trump campaign is zeroed in on her past trips and former national security adviser Susan Rice. She sold her Netflix shares last week, causing speculation she's getting closer to the top Senators Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Duckworth's are also still in the running along with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Experts think Biden's choice will both shape the future of the party and be the smallest possible Target for president Trump Jackie Heinrich reports. The announcement is expected mid week

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Joe Biden VP announcement expected by midweek

KNX Evening News

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Joe Biden VP announcement expected by midweek

"Joe Biden, the presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, could announce his running mate tomorrow, although most expected will be Wednesday. Having finished interviewing the finalists. CBS News Political correspondent Ed O'Keefe says that all the over sure Is that Mr Biden has committed to picking a female running mate. Whoever he picks. My name's decision matters to voters not currently backing him in battleground. Pennsylvania, seven in 10 of those who say they could consider supporting Biden say his VP choice is important as we await by its choice. Several women's rights leaders were calling on news organizations to ensure fair coverage of whoever she is. They call for quote, a new way of thinking about your role and how she is treated and the equality she deserves. Most of the experts say. The two frontrunners remain California Senator Kamala Harris and former national security adviser Susan Rice. One Southern Californian remains in the mix. Congresswoman Karen Bass. California judge has

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Joe Biden closes in on VP pick

WBBM Evening News

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Joe Biden closes in on VP pick

"To announce his pick for a running mate this week so far by the on ly known face to face meeting with a contender was with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who made a quick roundtrip to see by then last week have you been interviewed by Vice President Biden? CBS News has told that several others, including former national security adviser Susan Rice, spotted Sunday in Washington. I have been on standby for a potential interview since the end of last week. In addition to rice spiders, potential choices include about a dozen mayors, governors and lawmakers that is CBS News,

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Biden VP Search Narrows to Kamala Harris: Does She Want the Job?

KCBS 24 Hour News

04:30 min | 4 d ago

Biden VP Search Narrows to Kamala Harris: Does She Want the Job?

"Democratic presidential nominee of Vice President Joe Biden could reportedly announced his pick for a running mate as soon as this week. California Senator Kamala Harris. API appears to be one of the leading candidates, but some are questioning if she AH wants to take the job or not for more key CBS News anchor Dan Mitchinson spoke with Carla Marinucci. Senior writer for Politico California playbook. Carla. What do you think? First of all, Do you think this could be Harris there? Even in the last days, Vegas betting circled at this point. Dan is being number one on Joe Biden's list. Who knows how that's gonna play out? But the fact is that Kamala Harris has been mentioned before. For other Possibilities in the administration, including attorney general, including possibly a nominee for the Supreme Court. Obama and during the Obama administration, she was reportedly asked if she wanted to be attorney general. She turned that down on the issue of the Supreme Court. She said She wanted to run for Senate at the time. But times have changed, And perhaps she might have changed her mind. She's getting advice from some Democrats that she might consider turning down the VP job because the attorney general job at this point could be more consequential. Willie Brown, who former San Francisco mayor said in his column on Sunday that he thought, uh, right right now, there's nobody left important than the vice president. I mean, as he said, Ask Mike Pence so that nobody thinks the vice president is a really influential job. But the attorney general, ah could have a long to do list ahead and that could include prosecuting Trump in the trump family law enforcement reform, Other issues related tio inspector generals and other things that the Trump administration has done and Democrats I think may be cheering that on, so we'll see how it plays out. But certainly Kamala Harris has a lot of different possibilities. But right now it looks like she may be at the top of the list or very close to it when it comes to Joe Biden, vice presidential nominee, But let me ask you this. I mean, Biden is gonna have a lot of California locked in the rest of the country, not necessarily a big fan of our state. Do you think a VP from here would hurt or help him then? That's been a debate Janet, But the fact is Kamala Harris has huge name recognition in the rest of the country. The You don't want the advice presidential nominee to do any harm. But in commonly Harrison's case, she could help in helping deliver some of those states where you need to rev up the Democratic base of progressive base. She had those followers right. She had a presidential campaign that brought her to all of those swing states. And so many voters know her out there more than some of the other women on the list. That doesn't mean, however, that people like Karen Bass, perhaps the House member from Los Angeles, Uh, Susan Rice, former ambassador and Tammy Duckworth's, uh, the senator from Illinois who is highly thought of this well couldn't be part of the mix as well. But how tough would this be for not only Biden but for Harris if she decides to run in four years if Biden's only in there for one or even in eight to move into the White House when we have a pandemic going on, and an economic recession? Yeah, you've actually hit on it and that some of the reasons why we've heard some doubts about Kamala Harris being mentioned the fact that she's ambitious. She clearly wants to run for president in some point And the go by in vice presidential nominee is in effect giving a leg up to whoever wants to do that It is effective primary in a way for the for the next presidential contest. Many Democrats would believe that that May hurt Joe Biden in some respects because they may want not wantto help. Comma. Harris is much when it comes to pushing legislation in Washington because they won't want to advance her chances. There's going to be a lot of Democrats who want to run for president, Uh, in 2024. So at this point, Yeah, Connell, Harris and her future plans and her future ambitions have all been part of the mix. It's why some Democrats say she may be the best choice for Joe Biden. Alright, Gotta run real quick. Will she be offered the the VP, And if she is, will she take it? He'll take it if she's offered, Will she be offered? That's the $1,000,000 question right now. That's Carla Marinucci, senior writer for political Oh California playbook.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

05:46 min | Last week

"susan rice" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Welcome to the ticket come Isaac Affair. Back at the beginning of the year, we change the title of this show to the ticket thinking I'd be out on the road talking to politicians, and also because we knew it'd be focused on what the two parties were putting together ahead of the election, what the ticket would be. Instead I've been recording in Washington by Zoom, and this conversation is a remote zoom recording between two people sitting in DC. But for the last interview before the Democratic ticket is finalized, we're talking to someone who may be on that ticket and we're expecting that decision any day. Now we know Joe Biden is going to pick a woman and likely a woman of Color Combo Harris has long been seen as the front runner, but another contender stock has risen recently even though she's not as well known outside of the usual Washington circles. In fact, by the time you're listening to this, my guest may be the next Democratic nominee for vice president of the United States. Susan Rice was United Nations Ambassador, and then national security adviser for the Obama White. House. She spent all eight years in the administration working on global insecurity issues. You probably heard about the pandemic response office the Trump White House closed two years ago or the pandemic playbook. They Shalt Rice was the adviser in charge of both those efforts. She's the rare government official to have weathered intense national political exposure without ever running for office most people I became aware of her after the tragedy in Benghazi and the political circus that followed before Hillary Clinton was beat up over it. Susan Rice was the main target of congressional Republicans. She wrote about her experiences last year in an autobiography call tough love. It's back in paperback this week and it's incredible. How much has changed in the air and yet how weirdly relevant a lot of what you wrote about has become and asked her about some of those stories from the book in our interview we talked about statehood for Washington DC, racism and sexism and American politics, and the formative experience that made her who she is today a person who may soon be our first woman of color on national ticket. Take a listen..

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Election 2020: Biden's VP Pick

People of the Pod

05:47 min | Last week

Election 2020: Biden's VP Pick

"There's plenty of general reporting out there about each of the possible women who Joe Biden might pick to be his vice president. We're here now to understand the Jewish angle for each of these impressive women to learn what American Jews should know about each of these candidates that might make them more supportive or concerned. So we're going to go one by one and get the Jewish angle from our guest Jacob Corn Blue, the national politics reporter for Jewish insider. Jacob. Thank you for joining us to be back. Let's start with Comma Harris a former candidate for the Democratic nomination a popular senator from California the State with the second largest Jewish population in the country. What's the Jewish angle on Senator Harris? First of all, she married to a Zionist of that Iraqi gets her a Jewish scientist. Yes. So that gives an upper hand in this Jewish of IPE stakes I think that Kamala Harris gives a lot. She adds up to the ticket number one just because she was a popular candidate and people. So her at the start as a rising star and somebody who can really take this to the very end unfortunately it for ourselves she didn't win the primaries should take on. Joe. Biden pretty early which gave. That rise in the polls in the only of twenty twenty. I will say that Biden. Biden comes to see who is preferred choice for Veep Kamala Harris has a big name recognition. Is Obviously arised star and her background, a label as being a black woman from California. But was so high tides in the Senate and in the Jewish community. So the pros are out. The cons are that I'm not sure Biden Israeli looking for someone on the ticket would potentially overshadow him not because Harris Donald understand that if she's on the ticket, she's number two and she's there to serve the presidential nominee and possibly the president. But Because Camera Harris ran on the same slop because she is a bishop you know she can overshadow him in media appearances and potentially as vice president of being a little more independent and vocal than let's say, Dick Cheney and pence on camera beyond the you know the happy coincidence of the Jewish husband is there anything in particular that Jews should know about Senator Harris is policy stances? What has she? Done on issues Anti Semitism, what has she done on supporting Israel, other issues of concern to the Jewish community I guess close ties with APEC obviously. She's spoken at several APEC conferences but she also appealed to the mainstream of the Democratic Party She's not seen as a controversial figure amongst progressives say as someone who is too pro Israel for them she will reflect the same policies that Biden Obama and. Anybody, else running a Democratic Party other than on the an Warren's she would you know align herself with the second policy views? So I don't think she's outstanding. She's not too long in the Senate to look back at a record by think, she has a strong provisions record and she is aligned itself with the mainstream of the Democratic Party next, let's talk about political MIA fights, Susan, rice, Susan Rice served. As US ambassador to the UN in President Obama's first term and his national security adviser in his second going even further back in time actually I think I think she was the youngest ever assistant secretary of State She was you know thirty three or something like that when President Clinton in Nineteen Ninety eight made her the system secretary of State for Africa what did you need to know about Susan? Rice. Well Susan Rice first of all is A. Mixed emotions about Susan, Rice obviously, she has good ties with prominence numbers of the Jewish community and she has a record serving as national security adviser and embassador to the UN on their Obama Democrats SAPORTA. Mostly Obama's policy when it comes to how other than the last UN Security Council. Two, three, three, four, a resolution, and just mind our listeners about two three four why that was controversial. The only time when Obama. ABSTAINED ON APRIL then. All on settlements that you know really couldn't dent on Obama's record when it comes to a majority of American Jews talking about Republican Jews, all those. In Israel who soul Obama as being the more salt when it comes to the Palestinian issue. But Susan Rice obviously had a this overlap from being a national security adviser and the to the UN. Obviously, she was a controversial figure on this front. She was criticized by Dennis. Ross by the full hug combative style. When came to the Palestinian issue on the other hand, she has very strong ties with somebody like a Fox who is very vocal in his pro Israel stats

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Biden Won't Travel to Milwaukee to Accept Democratic Nomination, Harris or Rice as Potential VP Running Mate

Mark Simone

00:45 sec | Last week

Biden Won't Travel to Milwaukee to Accept Democratic Nomination, Harris or Rice as Potential VP Running Mate

"Joe Biden's choice for a running mate apparently is Kamala Harris or Susan Rice. Axios says Biden is narrow the choices down to those two. He's also decided to skip the Democratic Convention. Democratic National Convention Committee announcing speakers, including presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, will no longer be travelling to Milwaukee. The committee, citing health risks due to the potential spread of covert 19 former vice president Biden is instead expected to accept the party's nomination in Delaware. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. As personally disappointed as I am as professionally disappointed as I am, we can't forget the fact that we're in the middle of a pendant. Biden said He wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis. Ryan Burrow ABC News

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"susan rice" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

03:43 min | Last week

"susan rice" Discussed on Kickass News

"My guest today is ambassador Susan Rice she served for eight years during the Clinton administration including as the youngest assistant secretary of state in the history of the state. Department. Later she returned to the White House says, US ambassador to the United Nations and the national security. Advisor to President. Obama Susan. Rice has been at the table during the most pressing international crises of the past. Thirty years and along the way she's encountered her fair share of controversy and conspiracy theories. Now, she writes about all that and much more in her new memoir titled Tough Love My story of the things worth fighting for and today ambassador Rice joins me on the podcast to talk about her family's unique American story and how playing peacekeeper her parents troubled marriage made her grow up fast. But. It also gave her an earlier crash course in diplomacy. She talks about her baptism of fire when she joined the Clinton administration and immediately got thrown in the deep end with back-to-back crises and Somalia and Rwanda. She describes the US embassy bombings in nineteen ninety eight as the hardest day of her career talks about her contentious relationship with Ambassador Richard, Holbrooke and how she got roped. into taking the hit for the Obama White House following the two thousand, twelve attack on the US embassy in Benghazi Libya plus she speculates on what might have motivated president trump to suddenly pull out of northern Syria. She says Vladimir Putin is a creep in a pig and she talks about her famous moves on the dance floor coming up with Ambassador Susan Rice in just a moment. Susan Rice was National Security Advisor and US ambassador to the United Nations under president. Barack Obama previously during the Clinton administration she served on the national security. Council. As director for international organizations and peacekeeping then special assistant to the president and senior director for African affairs before becoming Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs ambassador. Rice is currently a distinguished visiting research fellow at the School of International Service at American University a nonresident fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and contributing opinion writer for the New York Times now Susan Rice is out with a compelling new memoir titled Tough Love, My story of the things worth fighting for ambassador rice welcome. To be with you. Well, I'm just GonNa Start with what I. Think everyone probably wants to know you served two different presidents over I wanNA. Say probably about collective sixteen years have you at any point in your career ever thought that you might have to file a whistle blower report on your commander in Chief No now. Now even. Okay. Well. Let me ask you does president trump to Ukraine. Scheme. Now, make you possibly question all the other weird and inexplicable moves that he's made oftentimes seemingly out of the blue and without any prior knowledge from his own advisers. I think Ben Ukraine Northern, Syria his comments, inviting China to interfere in our elections or really just the most recent and obvious manifestations that something is really wrong..

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Mayor of Luray, Virginia urged to resign over racist comment

WBBM Evening News

00:24 sec | Last week

Mayor of Luray, Virginia urged to resign over racist comment

"The mayor of Luray Virginia, says he doesn't have a racist bone in his body and his rejecting calls for his resignation after posting this on Facebook. Joe Biden just announced on Jemima as his VP pick. Biden's considering several black women, including Senator Kamala Harris and former national security adviser Susan Rice. Councilmember Leah Pence strongly urged the mayor to resign over the racist

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Biden’s Top Running-Mate Contenders Emerge as He Enters Key Week

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:18 min | Last week

Biden’s Top Running-Mate Contenders Emerge as He Enters Key Week

"So here's the thing with Biden's process. NBC reported that he is supposed to meet with all of these potential picks this week by midweek and judging counting on my fingers, let's see mid week that would be tomorrow. So if you're going to meet by midweek that's tomorrow. Hump Day. Kamala Harris, Karen Bass are two of the front runners Susan Rice. She's 100 front runner and then Additionally, NBC says Congresswoman Val Demings from Florida is under consideration. And Senator Elizabeth Warren. But there right now considered the also rans that he is in a position right now where he's thinking Kamala Harris, Karen Bass or Susan Rice for his top three Now, This is pretty interesting, because one we were familiar with Susan Rice. She's you know, a neo con, deeply conventional person in Washington D C very much to return to the status quo. She's very Lying comes very easily to her. She's been doing it for years. She doesn't mind doing it to the American public s o. She would do whatever it is that the Biden campaign needs and restore the status quo to Washington, which everyone's really amped up for. It can't wait to get back to the old days on. That's what Susan Rice would represent. And then there's Kamala Harris, who, for whatever reason, is under consideration in the midst of this giant conversation around police and law enforcement injustice. They decided to go for a prosecutor who treated people deeply unfairly left exonerating evidence off the table that would have helped people on death row in prison people for marijuana usage and then later laughed about her own marijuana usage, flaming hypocrite in all of those ways, so she's out there, both of them rather well known, but there's 1/3 person. And it's congresswoman, Karen Bass from California, and she is one of the least scrutinized people at the national level in all of American politics. And for that reason, Boy, have you noticed how many stories and headlines have popped up in the last few days about her past and about what she has said and done. I wondered to myself if she's regretting being part of this screening process for VP If she's like, Oh, man, the senator not well for me all my skeletons air coming out of the

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Possible VP Pick Susan Rice Says She Can Handle Pandemic

Morning Edition

06:41 min | Last week

Possible VP Pick Susan Rice Says She Can Handle Pandemic

"Rice is one of a handful of women on Joe Biden's short list for a running mate. She told us she is the right fit for the job. Yes, I think I could bring my experience of almost now. 20 years in the senior levels of the executive branch to bear to help tackle the most pressing problems we face. And while this would be the first time she would campaign for herself Ambassador Reiss told our co host Steve Inskeep that she's ready for him. Regardless of your experience in government, a big part of the vice presidency or seeking the vice presidency is campaigning, of course, which is not something that you've had a lot of experience doing. Do you have any eagerness to to campaign? Well, Steve. Yes, I've not run for office on my own behalf, but I've run for office on other people's behalf, where I did actually quite a bit of retail politics and speaking to groups of people. But I think unfortunately, in the current context with the pandemic, this will be quite an unusual campaign. If you were in office, you would face the fundamental problem of trust in government or lack of trust in government that is playing out. Now, Many people are refusing to wear facemasks. It seems evident from surveys that many people would think the same way about a vaccine once it's available. What would you do about that? Well, I think that's a huge challenge. And we have had vaccines many in many stages in our history. Still, today, Children need certain vaccines to be able to go to school. And I think that we're gonna have to take a similar approach that you know for kids to be able to go back to school and in Whatever jurisdiction they ought to be vaccinated and the localities ought to consider also requiring the people in the household with the Children to be vaccinated for the very reason that's obvious that this is You know, something that affects the entirety of the community. I want to ask about a couple of foreign policy problems that any administration would face on January 20th 2021 1 of them is deteriorating U. S relations with China. Now I know you've been critical of the way that President Trump is approached China. But at the same time, there are foreign policy experts across the spectrum, who said China's a problem? We don't know how to confront China. Maybe it's time for a confrontation with China. Would you want to roll back U. S relations with China to the way they were in 2016? Steve. No. I don't think you can roll back the clock on any critical issue to 2016. The world has changed and we have to deal with the world as it is. But having said that my criticism is Based predominantly on the fact that we have approached the challenge the China poses economically and strategically in isolation rather than in partnership with our allies in Asia and Europe. You know, instead of, for example, approaching our concerns about trade and economic policy, collectively with our European and Asian partners, who share many of those same concerns, and who Joining with us could add to our collective pressure on China to change its policies and approaches. We started separate trade battles with our closest allies. If you've got more partners behind you, is there some value in a confrontation with China? Well, if by confrontation you mean is it smart for us to start a hot war? I think absolutely not. No. But what about in other ways, diplomatically or otherwise? Well, diplomatically. Sure. First. What we don't need to seek confrontation for its own sake. We need to be strong and smart in how we compete with China. And push back on China's policies on the economic and the security front that threaten our interests. We also should be speaking up vocally and and forcefully about China's egregious human rights abuses from How it treats the Uighurs to the people of Hong Kong. It's common to say that a lot of the divisions of the last few years are merely highlighting what was already there. You could say that President Trump talks the way that a lot of Americans talk and believes what a lot of Americans believe, which is why millions of people voted for him. For example, it is often said that the pandemic Has struck the most vulnerable communities because they were vulnerable over a long period of time that we're just having American society exposed in a different way. Do you believe that? Well, I believe that What the pandemic has done is show how much disparity there is among Americans from a socioeconomic point of view and to a large extent of racial and ethnic point of view, And you know if it wasn't obvious to people before it, it ought to be now. But I don't think that that is the same thing is the first part of your question, which is To suggest that you know, all Donald Trump has done is shined a spotlight on some of the underbelly of our society. I don't think that's right. I think Americans at the end of the day Are not people who like to hate and to fear one another. Do you feel that you understand the roughly 40% of Americans who approve of the job the president is doing. I do think I have a good understanding. Maybe not a perfect understanding in part, Steve, because, as I write in my book, I have a 23 year old son whom I love dearly, whose politics are very, very different from my own, and from the rest of our family. Talk more about that. What are his politics? Ah, you know, I have a very conservative son in a very progressive daughter. They're both wonderful, intelligent. Passionate, committed kids. My son and I will have some robust disagreements are over some matters of policy. Not all. And yet at the end of the day. I love him dearly, and he loves me. As there have been an issue where he is almost persuaded you that maybe you're wrong. Yeah, I'm sure. I'm sure there is And you know the thing is, and I read about this in in the book. In the last chapter. I write about the areas where we agree. And the areas where we disagree, So we agree, for example. On the importance of the United States, playing a responsible principle leadership role in the world. We agree on the importance of having strong alliances. You know, we disagree. On things like, Ah, choice. I'm pro choice. He's pro life. That's the kind of difference that we oughta be able to respect. Ambassador Susan Rice. It's a pleasure to talk with. Thank you, Steve

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Biden to narrow VP list. But don't expect a pick next week

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden to narrow VP list. But don't expect a pick next week

"Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says, he will choose his vice presidential running mate next week and already things are starting to get interesting. We know the former vice president is committed to choosing a woman to join him on the ticket in November from there. Something of a shortlist has emerged including all of the women that you see on your screen here. According to one report from CNN. At least three of the women have been the subject of more serious consideration including Senator Kamala Harris and former presidential candidate Kamala Harris Karen Bass, the California congresswoman and Susan Rice the former Obama Administration National Security Advisor.

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Joe Biden's Potential Running Mate: Who Is Karen Bass?

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden's Potential Running Mate: Who Is Karen Bass?

"Campaign Campaign 2020. 2020. We We don't don't have have long long to to wait wait for for Joe Joe Biden Biden to to announce announce his his running running mate. mate. It's It's expected expected to to happen happen next next week. week. As As the the list list is is narrowed. narrowed. California California Democratic Democratic Congresswoman Karen Bass is considered a key contender. She's 66 chairs the Congressional Black Caucus. We talk about Bass with Washington Post political analyst and data columnist David Beiler, who has continued his Siri's looking at various potential Biden. Runningmate. Karen Bass would be governing choice rather than election choice. You know, she's a representative from California, California is not exactly a swing state so she doesn't have exactly those advantages. But her advantages would really come into play. Actually, when buying is in office so fast is widely known as someone who is a compromiser who sort of an incrementalist, not someone who is necessarily a purist, which really sets with Biden's governing style. He talks a lot about wanting to negotiate and compromise with the Republicans as much as possible. She is the head of the Congressional Black Caucus. On DSO. Dominating paths would be a real nod to multiple different groups that have been important to the buying campaign. There's black women who are the most Democratic demographic group in the country. There are black congressional leaders like Jim Clyburn, who helped revive Biden's campaign when it was really on the ropes in late February of this year. Andi. She's someone who I think you've seen in recent interviews has some instincts that are a little bit Biden esque When asked about the defund the police slogan she sort of did to step that. I think you reminded me. A fine one was to say, I don't like defund the police as a slogan, which is smart because that collection of words does not pull well. At the same time, we're sort of able to say they're these elements of the plans that I support. And those are elements of the plans that her constituents like so she kind of has a lot of stylistic things and a lot of talents and abilities that I think makes her sort of governing pick if you well, you alluded to this about the fact that she's from California, and you're not gonna get a Republican victory in California at least on this level. Is that the one downside to abiding bass ticket or are there others? I think the other downside is that the vetting Been relatively minimal compared to some of the other candidates. Now, Obviously, the buying campaign is doing their own betting with every candidate right now, and you know, putting him through the paces and seeing if there's something going on That they wouldn't want on their ticket. But Bass within the last couple months has come under fire for remarks where she called Fidel Castro commandant and Hef and sort of had a tone that lot of other people. Democrats from Florida in particular did not appreciate so the question with passes. Is there more baggage? When you look at someone like Kamala Harris or Elizabeth Warren? They've already been through the wringer and a presidential primary. Susan Rice has already gone through a Senate confirmation hearing. So the question with bass is also just Is there anything that you don't know that might be harmful, and the answer might be know that by knows everything and that there's nothing else there. But You know, there's some amount of risk in a pick that hasn't been in the public eye so much. David Beiler, political analysts and data columnist for The Washington Post, joining us on Skype.

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"susan rice" Discussed on The View

The View

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"susan rice" Discussed on The View

"Been fitting a country of our wealth in our standing and these inequalities are internal divisions are things we've got to deal with. Joe Biden gets that he laid that out very aptly in a series of speeches. Most recent one yesterday he's got concrete plans to get us back on track confront the pandemic control, our economic challenges restore leadership role in the world. And deal once and for all with racial and economic. Justice issues. Ambassador before we go president trump recently said he backed out of throwing the first pitch at a Yankees game because of his schedule, but it is reported that he was never actually invited to do it Do you think that this was just too much for him to handle doctor FAUCI getting more attention. You have some fun with this on twitter. I did have some fun with it on twitter. I'll jump sent. He tells so many lives every day that is very hard for Americans to keep up with it. My find was into question. He had the capacity to get the ball of up over the plate. And I tweeted a photograph of me throwing a strike in two thousand thirteen when I had the opportunity to throw out the opening pitch at national stadium just having a little bit of fun. But Walks into these blind spots, this one of his own creation I just wish he'd stop walking blind. With the American people that's much more serious. It's good to see you and we thank you ambassador Susan Rice her book tough love is out right now and available in paperback on August. Fourth we of course,.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

11:33 min | 6 months ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Sort of standalone chapter on that topic but I also share early in the book that my daughter who was nine at the time about six or seven weeks after I'd gone on the Sunday shows and you know I'd become a fixture on cable news constantly on most. Every channel started to complain to me and her dad that she was seeing images of men come at her out of walls and that could happen in her third grade classroom or could happen at home or when she was visiting a friend and it was terrifying for her and we realize that she was having what only could be considered hallucination and of course we were completely freaked out and took her to children's Hospital in Washington for what ended up being about two weeks of testing and they were concerned most about the possibility that she might have a brain tumor or some kind of schizophrenia or psychosis or maybe a vision problem and but they after these battery of tests. They thankfully ruled out all the worst-case scenarios and had her evaluated further and concluded largely through a process of elimination that she was in all likelihood experiencing a stress reaction to what was happening to me and my husband and I realized belatedly that for many of these wheat television had been on in the background and what we able to tune out. She was unable at her age to process or absorb and all she knew that her mom was being attacked and Long Story. Short is that thankfully after some months almost a year. The hallucinations became less frequent and they went away. She's now seventeen and highly happy healthy successful thriving young woman and so the good news is thankfully there was no lasting damage but I included that very personal story with her permission. Because one thing that I think so many Americans don't understand when they may be watching television. Is that this politics of personal destruction. It's become so common in Washington and frankly gotten much worse since this happened. In twenty twelve round Benghazi. The politics of personal destruction does not come without a cost. It doesn't come for free for a lot of people who didn't sign up for any kind of public service you know for kids parents for people who love the person who may be the target and this is true regardless of your partisan affiliation. This is true regardless of whether you did anything right or wrong and so I shared that because I think you know becomes in the minds of many and particularly if not especially in Washington something of a blood sport and it should not be viewed in that way. It's not a joke for a lot of people who experienced the side effects or consequences. Thank you so much tumorous for allowing you to share her story in the book. I'm so glad she did. Because one of the passions I have I helping develop leaders is that we see the ripple effects that we have not only inside organizations but in people's families and customers and colleagues sometimes we may say something or fire that one email off to one person but it does have a ripple effect and what an important reminder. Her story is on the humility. You talked about earlier in US being able to lead with that in almost every situation. Thank you for saying that. She's she's a great kid and both my kids. It's a very personal book in many ways and I talk a lot about my family my upbringing my family history my kids my husband my all that stuff and they have all been extremely generous long with my brother and others in letting me share our collective story and I hope they're ways in which by doing so it's a value to other people that was a large part of my motivation for doing it. It's one of the reasons. I love the book so much because it's not just a professional book and it's not just a personal book it is you the whole person and your family and friends around you and how they have shaped you so much of our skills leaders and the things. We struggle with her shaped by experiences around us. I just have one last question for you. Leaders of course are always learning. Always changing always growing as you have throughout your career. I'm curious since leaving your position as national security adviser. What have you changed your mind on? Well you know I could give you a handful of policy issues that I've changed my mind done but I think one of the key. Things changed my mind on the reason we're talking today. Is that if you'd asked me two thousand fourteen or fifteen. Would you ever write a book particularly one about yourself? I would have said maybe but not for another fifteen or twenty years not anytime soon but I decided to write this book and write it now in a very personal way as well as a professional way when I really started reflecting on the experience that I had had the aftermath of Benghazi where I learned some things about myself and about how the media works in Washington works that I thought were useful lessons to share but I also realize that as long as I had been serving in government particularly in the years after Benghazi so from twenty to early twenty seventeen my job was to speak for the United States of America and for the president of the United States. It was not to have my own voice. Express my own views in a personal capacity and yet after Benghazi I had become far more famous or infamous than I ever had anticipated or hoped for and I was the subject of characterizations mischaracterization since I was a villain or victim or heroin or lie or whatever it was depending on what cable channel you listen to or what newspaper you read. And none of those characterizations or images of me positive or negative bore any relationship to who I am and where I've come from. And what motivates me and one of the critical lessons I learned from my parents particularly my dad who really came up from a very difficult childhood in segregated South Carolina in the nineteen twenties served in World War. Two at the with the Tuskegee airmen and that became a PhD economist and ultimately a governor of the Federal Reserve Board. But not before being kept out of so many professional opportunities in the fifties and sixties because he was African American was that you can't let other people define you for you. That was critical lesson from him. You have to define yourself believe in yourself speak for yourself and so it was only after I had gotten a plenum of being outside of government and a bit of perspective that I realized that I wanted to use my own voice. I wanted to tell my own story of my own words and not allow these caricatures of me define me Susan. Rice is the author of tough. Love my story of things worth fighting for Madam Ambassador. Thank you for your time. Thank you so much Dave. It's great to talk to you. If this conversation was useful to you for other episodes you may want to consider. One of them is episode to ninety how to manage abrasive leaders with Sharon bar divvied. Susan and I talked a bit about Abrasiveness in this conversation and sometimes the tables are turned though in that you are managing the person who is the abrasive leader. How do you handle that situation? Well with diplomacy but also with directness. An episode to ninety. We talked in detail about how to do that. Three key steps that Sharon identifies and invites leaders to utilize. If you find yourself in that position a good starting point for you if that is the case. I'd also invite you to consider episode three forty four the way to have conversations that matter with NPR. Host Celeste Headley. She has had tremendous experience in interviewing people all over the world and in developing a skill set of. How have a great conversation? She has a Ted Talk. That's gone viral on that topic in three forty four. We talked about some of the key principles on how to have conversations that matter which of course is a key art of diplomacy. So much there that you can utilize in becoming more diplomatic. I'd also recommend along with that episode. Four sixteen how to negotiate when others have power with Kwami Christian. Of course that is a situation that almost all of us find ourselves at least occasionally is having that negotiation when someone else or the other organization has a lot more power than we do. How do you approach that? What can you do tactically? Yes there is a bunch you can do episode four sixteen. We'll walk you through the steps on exactly how to go down that path and then finally for another perspective of leadership at the highest levels of government. I'd invite you to consider my interview. With General James Mattis on episode four forty also recently Secretary of Defense of the United States. In that conversation we talked about leadership in the midst of chaos and many of these situations he has dealt with over the years and military and government leadership again episode. Four forty for that. All of those episodes are catalogued on the coaching leaders. Dot Com website and in particular. This conversation today with Susan Rice filed under difficult situations and handle those well as well as facilitating meetings skill. So many of us need if you also would like to be able to track down as much as possible on the website. Just set up your free membership. At coaching for leaders DOT COM. It's going to give you access to the entire library since two thousand eleven searchable by topic all of the Free Audio Courses Available my book notes as I've collected for Susan's book as well when some of my notes and highlights that I found really inspiring and influence some of my thinking on the questions I asked or Susan's book but also all of the interviews in the last few years are available inside the free membership. Plus you'll get access to my weekly leadership died. 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"susan rice" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

09:36 min | 6 months ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Webster's dictionary defines diplomacy as the skill in handling affairs without arousing hostility. No doubt that. Today's guest is an expert in diplomacy. I'm so glad to welcome to the show today. Susan Rice Susan served as the United States ambassador to the United Nations. During President Barack Obama's first term in office. She was leader appointed by President Obama as national security advisor a position. She held until the end of his presidency. Today she is the distinguished visiting research fellow at the School of International Service at American University. A nonresident senior fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times. She is the author of the New York Times Bestseller. Tough love my story of things worth fighting for Madam Ambassador so glad to welcome you to coaching for leaders. Thanks so much David great to be with you. Your experience with diplomacy started at seven years old. You grew up in a household. Where both of your parents clearly loved you and your brother but as you say they had no business being married and there was an intense fighting that lasted for years. And you write that as a young child you intervened a lot. What did she do to intervene? As you mentioned starting at about the time I was seven I would hear them fighting quite loudly and sometimes violently. When I was trying to sleep at night I had a younger brother who was two years younger than me. Still do thankfully if I heard the fighting sound like it was getting kind of scary and out of Control. I would sneak downstairs and spy on them. See what was going on and if it did seem like it was going in a- scary direction I would step in. Sometimes that meant you know trying to talk them down and reason with both of them and sometimes it meant you know trying to separate them. But I felt like I didn't do it. It wasn't going to happen and I wanted to ensure that for me and my brother you know things were as safe as they could be and I write a lot in the book about my parents who are both really wonderful accomplished professionals who taught me a huge amount and themselves came from very modest backgrounds and rose to do great things both of them but in the realm of their marriage it was not a happy paradigm and. I had to learn to mediate to a large extent. I'm not sure I'd call that diplomacy because sometimes to separate them to try to defuse the situation. It wasn't always diplomatic but it was mediation and inadvertently I think. In Retrospect I. I learned some experiences with conflict and parties that are perhaps intractable opposed and trying to resolve differences that served me later in my life and career in ways that I could just depicted as a child and deed. What did you learn from those early moments that as you reflect on your career in diplomacy that you still pull from well? I think I learned from an early age in large part from my parents fighting but also from being a family where debate on issues and on the news of the day and between and among the you know my dad and my uncles or over the dinner table when it was me and my brother and my mom and dad that you know. A robust debate and the robust argument is fine. When it goes and veers into you know the scary or the violent as it did sometimes between my parents obviously. That's not fine but what I think I developed. In addition to some experience with mediation was a lack of discomfort and some people are with conflict with disagreement with argument. I'm not scared to express my own opinion to do it with confidence. I'm not scared to disagree or dissent and I think that did help me to be willing to stand up to be conflict averse not to provoke conflict by any means but if there is a robust debate to be engaged. It's it's not something I've ever shied from the thing. I think I learned from experience with my parents is a measure of resilience in those early years. Between Seven and eight when I first started being drawn into their conflicts through the time that I was roughly fifteen when they long since broken up but then had a very public very ugly an antagonistic custody battle over being my brother. Those were really challenging years for me. Socially emotionally academically and so I had to figure out how in the context of a broken home and a lot of pleasantness. I could still find my pudding as a student. Find my footing as the leader. Repair my friendships. Which I think I had you know around fifth and sixth grade. Done a good bit of damage to just because I was so angry and bringing that anchor to places where it wasn't expected or appropriate so I had to learn how to be my best when things were harder than they might otherwise have been and I realized along the way that I could take a punch in the form of what was going on my family life and keep running and sustain that part and be okay ultimately so I gained a ironically through data degree of confidence in my own strength and resiliency that I also think helped me as a senior official down the road and the knives you the bullets might have been flying and I was able to. I think draw on that reservoir of experience and belief in my own ability to persevere that proves helpful Indeed you were an assistant secretary of state back in the Clinton administration and former Congressman Howard. Volpi you had a deep respect for took you to lunch one day early in your tenure and had some pretty direct words you write in the book that he said you are too hard charging in hardheaded rather than listen. Well he said you are overly directive and intimidate others so much that you quell dissent stifled. Contrary advice. He allowed that. I was smart but to Brash. Knowledgeable but immature. He warned me bluntly that I would fail as an assistant secretary if I did not crack horse and you you say later that you came to largely agree with his assessment and so curious. What did you do to shift from that? Well the context for this was I was at age. Thirty two named an Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. I think I'm still the youngest person ever to have been named a regional assistant secretary of state and I came from four plus years of working in the White House including closely with the president and the National Security Adviser and I knew the substance of my brief very well but I was young and I had never led a team the size of the one that I was leading and virtually all of the senior people all of the ambassadors. It reported to me and many others were twenty to thirty years. My senior most of them are career. Foreign Service officers mostly white men and I was very young and African American woman in an environment where in any event they were very few women or minorities and I had just had a brand new baby three months earlier and so I was impressed feeding mother in a small c conservative culture where none of what I represented was particularly familiar and so I came in very determined as many political appointees are that you know. We have a finite amount of time. We have an agenda on a get through. I had the support of the Secretary of state at the time who is Madeleine. Albright and President Clinton the National Security Adviser and we knew what we wanted to do and I wanted to get it done And about six months into my tenure in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight a series of crises hit war broke out in east Africa. War broke out in the Congo involving six other countries. In what was known as Africa's First World War Angola Sudan Liberia? All these things sort of came to crisis simultaneously and then in August of nineteen ninety eight al Qaeda attacked our embassies in Kenya and Tanzania killing twelve Americans and over two hundred Kenyans and Tanzanians and so it was a horrific loss and a huge emotional and policy blow for all of us who were working on Africa at the time and we had lost our colleagues and so against this backdrop of the pressure of the terrorist attack the fact that we were constantly receiving a stream of credible threats against other of our African embassies that we had to take very seriously. It was a very stressful time. At my approach to dealing with it was rather than sort of wallow it emotion and address the pain that we were all feeling ahead on my approach to it as a young and relatively inexperienced leader was just to charge through it to kind of I did with my parents divorce quite frankly you know we have a crisis..

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Now there is a headline and this is a fascinating story susan rice she's the big villain to the conservative american crew susan rice former national security adviser she was a wanna came out in benghazi it was just a video that did a ina wherever this controversy susan rice as there so susan rice on the last day of her job in january of two thousand seventeen january 20th to be exact sends an email to herself all right and the email is about a meeting that took place on january v r two weeks prior and in that meeting the russian collusion investigation was discussed with president obama okay now you remember the president obama swore up and down he wasn't going to interfere with this investigation he had no pony in the hunt using a let the authorities get to the bottom all right so i'm going to quote you this is ms rights email to herself a january fifth following a briefing by see leadership on russian hacking during the two thousand sixteen presidential election president obama had a brief follow up conversation with fbi director jim colmey deputy attorney general sally yates in the oval office well where was the i'm sobbing now where where was loretta lynch the attorney general why we sally age they're not loretta lynch mm that's my first question vice president biden and i were also present at that meeting the meeting reportedly included a discussion of steel dossier and the fbi investigations of its claims the word reportedly i'm i don't understand a word i maybe it was just inserted in there by the.

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"susan rice" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on The Editors

"Graham zero point five while substantively in i think the susan rice element of it is a to maybe um but given scepticism i've seen on a number of other points sort of related to this whole episode the whole broader episode um i think the obe the question of partisan espionage by the obama administration is going to stay in headlines mic there might be some some more that will come out yes it set since like you guys on mixing a little bit both that the political substative i would say a tooted two point five susan rice makes it politically explosive gives trump supporters a lot to hang their their had on politically and but substantively just we just don't know and we need to know more and i don't discount the possibility of it there is something more sinister here so charlie we are recording prior to what presumably will be senate showdown over the filibuster of a judge gorsuch where it appears at chuck schumer has the votes to sustain the filibuster little surprisingly for me i thought he'd play a double game where he'd placate the democratic base by making a big show the fight but may be backing off right at the end 'cause i don't think this makes any tactical sense for him but it looks like he's following through and it seems fairly certain that mcconnell has the republican votes to go nuclear and by the end of the day friday uh gorsuch will be confirmed so will you be sad to see assuming it happens the filibuster for supreme court nominations go.

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"susan rice" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on The Editors

"I agree with everything in said but i think it probably won't be resolved because there is always going to be an explanation the consensus fi either the hawks uh all the jobs era hennessy it's just for sheer political purposes associating the name susan rice with this question is enough for trump's parsons to prove enough of his wiretapping allegation to stand by him yes unfortunately that sounds right up my larger concern about this episode is concerned i've had since deep into the presidential election i just think back to twenty twelve when mitt romney said that russia was our chief geopolitical adversary he was mocked and ridiculed for his cold war thinking by many people surrounding president obama added and his allies now you know not many years later we have this you on the other foot and i guess the fears that when you think about the idea of politics ending at the water's edge this old hoary cold war cliche there's this idea that you know whatever disagreements we might have with one another i at the very least fear my partisan opposite number less than i do a foreign government that is seeking to interfere with our political system whereas now it a really think that there are partisans who feel differently who who had actually prefer some foreign enemy he to their partisan opposite numbers and that does not make for a healthy democracy in excellent point josh ruling agreeing with i'm sorry i can't are more contention and if you went to sum up right hands on syringes one word i think it would be um sad with an exclamation who had the is under a sylla exit question here charlie rate rice skate as a scandal from zero meaning it's a nothing burger cooked up by the trump nsc and his media allies to five mean the next best thing to sure proof of a trump a wiretap on trump tower why thinking in reality it's probably a one or two in terms of how it's going to go across for precisely the reason you outlined that susan rice his name is now in the mix it's probably of four.

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"susan rice" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"susan rice" Discussed on The Editors

"Cub boma a bombshell report about susan rice and the senate teeters on the edge of nuclear apocalypse we'll discuss all this in more on this week's edition of the editor's i'm rich lowry and i'm joined is always by the right honorable charles c w cook ryan salaam n e n tuttle welcome everyone so in ally lake are i guess maybe mike depending on how you're counting broke this the big story this week about susan rice had instantly dominated the political discussion at least on a centreright media what did you make of it well it's hard to know and so there are two things one is the actual uh details of what seemed to what seems to have transpired and then second is is the reaction to it so what we seemed to know at least based on the reporting that's the reliable reporting that come out thus far is that susan rice requested the unmasking of the names of people associated with the trump team in a communiques detailing intelligence gathered a as part of of a variety at least of of operations and of course these requests go through an office and so there's a record of them and it finally seems that someone was able to get of folks from the white house counsel's office to to verify that this happened now the issue of course here is that unmasking per se is not illegal uh now unmasking uh can be improper and there's an open question about whether it was improper in this case and there's a question about whether once the unmasking happened if that information was then disseminated on against intelligence community protocols but we don't have the answers to any of these questions and we don't have the answer to uh the the central question here of which is really at the bottom of all of this which is was the intelligencegathering operation that was going on under the obama administration us simply cover four.

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