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Trump says he’s ‘flexible’ on Jacksonville’s RNC convention, amid rising COVID-19 cases
"President Trump says his plan for big Open events during next month's Republican National Convention will be flexible, if need be due to a spike in the number of Corona virus cases in Florida. There's NPR's don Gani, eh? The president wants a big in person event for his RNC acceptance speech. That's what led the GOP to move the convention to Jacksonville from the original location. Charlotte after North Carolina's governor would not guarantee the use of the city's major sports arena. Then last night in an interview with Greta Van Susteren on Great television, the president for the first time softened his position on the topic. Here is his response when she asked about the convention and rising Corona virus numbers in Florida. It really depends on the timing. Look, we're very flexible. We could do a lot of things, but we're very flexible. The RNC is scheduled for the final week of
Paleontologist finds mini dinosaur in western New Mexico
"From New Mexico wants only about three feet tall. But it could still bite your head off live only a playful snip, scientists have found the early remains a cousin of the Toronto source. Wrecks of pip squeak that only reached the height of toddler compared to its giant relative one of the paleontologist says this particular dinosaur lived about ninety two million years ago, which would make it older than the T Rex in weighed about ninety pounds again, which is nothing compared to the nine ton king of all dinosaurs. Let me try this the Susteren is Hazel. Yeah. That one it isn't the first or even the smallest of the tyrannosaurs family. But it provides the best example of how this family of modest sized Daigneault's evolved into the towering horror of movies and
"susteren" Discussed on KGO 810
"You argue with a word the speaker just said I can't. And she won the battle with the state of the union, the president capitulated there, and we'll see what's happening here now with the shutdown which is awful awful. I've been against this shutdown from day one. I was against Ted Cruz doing it back in two thousand thirteen I'm always against government shutdowns. It means you're not doing your job people in DC. Whichever ones it is this time around. It was the president shut it down in his own words. I'm gonna shut down the government. I will own it. I will take the mantle. I will not blame you for it. There's also a bizarre conspiracy. Here's the facts on the ground reporters, pay attention to things reporters are able to observe movements of people, and then respond accordingly falsely are people like the president, Greta van Susteren implicating a tip off from the molar team. Great van Susteren said CNN cameras were at the rate of Roger stone's FBI. Obviously. No. Obviously tipped off CNN, even if you don't like stone. It is curious why Muller's office tipped off CNN instead of trying to quietly arrests. Stone quite arrests are more likely to be safe to the FBI and the person arrested Jim shootout from CNN responded correctly. No, our reporters who cover the story everyday noticed unusual activity at the grand jury and went to his home. That's good journalism, which I know you respect not a tip and anyone who covers Muller knows mother's office. Does not tip. Correct. Thank you. Jim shootout for setting that straight four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Matt in Napa, Matt you're on KGHM with Ethan Bearman heard your comment that stone you would have committed a criminal act if he had tried to contact WikiLeaks. No information. Okay. That's not the criminal the criminal part. Is he lied about contacting WikiLeaks? Okay. So there's nothing in here that really supports the original fundamental idea that there was a hacked by the Russians. No, that's that's not true either. So this individual indictment. We'll hang on. Yes. This individual indictment does not directly implicate the Russians. Correct. That is a true statement. However, we have previous documents and indictments. They do indicate the Russians and indict specifically, we've indicted twenty Russians. I wanna talk specifically in terms of the hack of the pedestrian emails and the evidence for that. I'm not sure if you're aware of the of the molar indictments specific to that. Yes. The veteran official professional for sanity with William Betty Williams. Betty ran the NSA program sense right originally, which was taken over in two thousand one he was later one of the whistle blowers and the NFC anyway, he did a he and that group didn't an independent investigation of the heck determined that. The download speeds or incident were insufficient covered. Yeah. No that was false. And he's totally an idiot. No, let me explain why. The no call me ever again. Thank you math. Hang up. Thank you. You don't have to call me. If you don't care what I think. Then why are you calling me? Here's what here's what the answer is first off I've been in computer networking for twenty five closing in on thirty years. William binney was lying when he said that or is so abjectly uninformed the speed from Russia. He might be right. And what he is absolutely misdirecting about making money telling right wing wise right now is what's going on the Russians takeover other computers. Do that work. So I had a computer in South Korea to do the download for me. I never did an investigation they hire crowdsource which isn't funded by the Clintons. They lied about seventeen independent agencies coming to conclusion that it was a Russian hack. Not true. Clapper clearly said, it was not true. No. I don't know what you're making up, Matt. I'm so sorry that you live in that world. So would you like me to get the direct quotes from Clapper next time? I call with a link go ahead and send me the link radio at Ethan Bearman dot com. Because here's the deal. Very obvious. No, we're done with the conversation. Thank you, send me an Email. And I may read it if I get around to it. But here's the deal. I've been actually on top of this story from the date broke. I have a background in computer security. I've betting computer memory. I don't have to give my whole resume. Anybody who's bothered paying attention to me over the years knows all of this stuff about me. Benny lied when he said well Russian speeds are not fast enough to download this. That's a misdirection by an intelligence officer. They don't do the downloads from their own computers. They never do. You know, anything about hacking that is an absolute misdirection to the right wing. Trolls is all that. That is that's fodder for right wing. Trolls the reality is they hack somebody else's computer in a data center somewhere else or with a high speed connection and they download in two seconds. It's ridiculous argument. Ridiculous that you live in a conspiracy world. There are some facts for certain all conspiracies are based on kernels of truth kernels of truth that then you extrapolate into a grand conspiracy, which I mean is entertaining. But it's not a good way to run a life or a country for that matter. All right. Well, we're expecting the president to speak at any moment. And we will take it live when. President Trump speaks four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten ten twenty nine at K G O a ten and we are awaiting that press conference. That's going to take place in the rose garden of the White House a sign that the White House and lawmakers on Capitol Hill may be near a deal to temporarily reopen the government he comes on quite a Newsday. This is the thirty fifth day of the partial shutdown, and it's led to flight delays, especially at major airports on the east coast because of a staffing problem at two air traffic, control facilities on the east coast. So there are ripple delays throughout the country. President Trump reportedly going to make an announcement this morning, and we will bring it to you as it happens on K G O ate ham. But again, a sign that White House and the lawmakers on Capitol Hill, maybe near a deal. Let's get an update special report shutdown breakthrough day thirty five of the partial government shutdown, and then we expect momentarily to hear from the. President in the rose garden of the White House. Correspondent Phil Mattingly on what we may hear is likely to be a short term reopening of the government at its current funding levels with an agreement to have negotiations over border security. Do you might recognize this? This is something Lindsey Graham has pitched for a long period of time. This is something that the bipartisan group of senators who went to Senate Florida urge a deal yesterday have been talking about now for weeks, Colorado. Congressman Dan Kildee hopes he doesn't declare an emergency. We might agree that the president has extraordinary authority to act in case of an emergency. But there has to be an emergency. And you can't create one out of a political problem that he's trying to solve his emergency is a political emergency. The Washington Post is now reporting that congress and the White House have agreed to a three week break give the government.
Men Love Winning
"You ready for the race done? Joe's fusing, my warm ups. Hey, would you do me a favor? Whatever happens. Tell me I one when I finish. Even if you don't win. I want to test something on acting skills. Just want to see how I feel if I believe I won we've known men's testosterone levels increase after they win a competition beside his weren't sure. The increase resulted from the physical effort it took to win or just from participants believing. They had one turns out it may be the ladder to find out. Researchers to saliva samples from thirty eight men in their twenties to test their home levels and had them fill out site, logical questionnaires and asking about their self esteem and perceived value as a mate, then the participants competed against one another own rowing machines the machines were rigged to declare a winner randomly, regardless of who actually wrote better. But the participants didn't know that afterwards. Researchers took saliva samples again and had participants retake the questionnaires they found that Susteren levels. Increased by four point nine percent on average. And then who believe they won and dropped seven point two percent. And then who fall they lost the self received winners also fought more, high the other mate value and reported that they were more likely to approach women. Okay. But I don't understand how you think you'll think you one when you cross the finish line. If you see a bunch of runners already there. Let me enjoy my split-second the folks victory. This moment of science comes from Indiana University on the web at a moment of science dot org. I'm Don glass, I'm Yale Cassandra.
"susteren" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Also not sound like that. There's enough if I may quote my the great Jim Pardo there's enough Burr butter and syrup on that voice. It's very nice. Raise a don't know if it's true about him. It is true. It is true. It's not Greta vanfleet. I don't know that it's either you know, Greta van fleet is there that new band that basically sounds like Led Zeppelin nighttime heard you mentioned them. I haven't heard album coming out this Friday. I do love that when the curtain falls, that's the single off. The album gave play a little bit of that play a little bit of when the curtain falls by grave and fleet because I want you to hear by the way I'm still appointed that Greta, van fleet isn't just Greta, van Susteren singing with fleet foxes when it should be when it isn't. I'm disappointed above her. There's a little Greta family when the curtain falls. Every dance myth is she's down from Toronto here comes, but here's Greg vanfleet. We were promising here comes here. He'll. Here comes. Adman. Didn't go. Has the tickets were outrageous shut down here. Nobody can tend that for more than a minute. Now that to be a dig. Shredded to.
Menopause and Divorce
"Hello, everybody is menopause Taylor really is say of menopause world today. I like to discuss everything about the depaz e cluding the socialist sets. And sometimes we get so caught up in all the physical stuff that we forget about some of the social things. And what are things that I wanna talk about. It's menopause and divorce. I know not fun topic. Everybody knows someone who's got divorce or is getting a divorce thinking about getting worse. But that's just not the same as knowing the facts about divorce, and I want to talk about. Some of the facts about Minna pause and divorce the two together. That's the key here. Everything in my world is about menopause. I live eat, drink sleep, minerals. I look at everything from the perspective of minimum. So we're gonna look at the force from the perspective of menopause. So. Do you know what the most common cause of divorce is at the time of menopause? I mean, what would you think? What do you think it's the man having a midlife crisis and wanting a younger woman. Do you think it's the fact the guy cannot deal with the woman's Nitta pause and all her symptoms emotional issues and disinterested sex? Or do you think it's because of the menopausal woman's depression, or do you think it's the menopausal woman's decision just to be independent or do you think it's sexual infidelity by the husband? I mean, what do you think it is? What do you think the may cost the most common cause divorces at minimum pots eighty? I'm beans. What is the prize you discover that it's the menopausal woman's decision to become independent. It is. I mean, does that shock you? Most people say, oh my God, I had no idea. Most people think it's a crisis for the guy. They think it's anything, but the one they most people say, it's not that it is that one that's the most common. So I always start with the statistics. I always start the basics. Really. If you look at the statistics on divorce, divorce is actually becoming less common for young adults for young people. Divorce is becoming less common. I think that's because we're getting married later in life. I mean, you know, they're not getting married when they're in their early twenties anymore. They're usually getting married them, mid thirties. So it's becoming less common. But the opposite is true for people over the age of fifty. So why that is. You know, there's even a name for divorce over the age of fifty. It's called great voice. That awful grey divorce f for great divorce. The divorce rate has doubled since nineteen ninety. Yeah, nineteen. Ninety five at a one thousand people over the age of fifty. Got divorce. And now in will actually two thousand fifteen as of two thousand fifteen ten out of one thousand people over fifty, give divorce and for people over the age of sixty five divorce rates have tripled since nineteen ninety. I mean, isn't that shocking. I don't know. There's something about seeking people being more stable or more committed as they get older. So I think most of us they, well, if we get through the earlier of marriage, the marriage spinner been going on for a good, ten, twenty years. We don't say much in terms of divorce the con- but the truth is if the ends
Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx 'wrestle in the sand' to debunk breakup rumors
"Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson in an upcoming movie about the women of Fox News she. Would be joining Shirley surround who attached to star as making Kelly in this movie the movie is being described as an unsolvable with Roger Ailes, and others who were involved at Fox News during. His reign said to be mayor played major players in this movie. And other characters. Most likely will include credit van Susteren Rupert Murdoch and Bill o'riley this'll be interesting What is this going to be on this is going to be. A theatrical release I guess I didn't realize that I just. Assumed made for TV movie no this is going to, be, on the big screen if it is the studio that? Is making the dictator movies starring Christian bale Oh my gosh we'll go and. Google Christian bale is Dick Cheney have that. Fun experience okay Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones teenage daughter apparently had. No, idea Michael Douglas was famous when she was younger. She's telling town and country magazine I thought my dad was, a pancake maker What yeah what when she was three probably when. She was little because. Michael. Douglas superstar of film TV's every kid though you think like you. Don't know what they do if you ask, what are your parents I don't. Know they just go play telling me exactly Well now she did grow up in Bermuda which is far away, from New York and l.. A., and she did have an adjustment period, that, must've been rough, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx really want. You to, know that they're still definitely a thing whether an, exclusive cover and the photo spread in the, latest issue of us weekly Katie Holmes. And Jamie Foxx well they're oblivious. To? Onlookers. And photographers via yeah they, played volleyball wrestled in the sand like you do and yes they even shared a passionate kiss in, these photographs then a totally random. Beachgoer tells us, weekly they were totally? Engaged with each. Other they were never on their phones She had an incredible smile. On her face she looked smitten Wow that's almost like it's too good to be. True you think All right.
"susteren" Discussed on Who Charted
"Test of me hit you scrape, tears tones to nice call response kind of thing. Yeah, thank you. That beat that was good. Wha- what a be was at, I guess. I guess I was the twenty twelve music chart. Okay, that happens, hey, it's bringing back on oldie but a goodie from twenty twelve. We were just a year or two deep in these charts. All right. Let's see what's going on. All right. Coming in number five. It's Greta van fleet with highway tune. You have been hearing a lot about this goes getting a lot of mixed review who in a second. Hang on a second. Let's listen to the seven, two. Yeah, this salt. I mean, yeah, it sounds like Zappala I still like it. That's what an engineer said. Last week to say. Good news apple, but it's still, you can't not. You can't listen to it and not think of zeppelin. The whole time you're listening to it. You're driving on the ten freeway out to the desert. This is rock and roll. Good insight. Maybe. Maybe no play a desert trip in like forty years. That's what I'm getting. You know, maybe this will usher in that whole new sound. Remember when like garage band started like the white stripes, and then there's like all those bands, it's direct copy. Zip is going to lead to something maybe started trend where like they'll be much of that just sounds. That's why the bottom was look. I'm not going to be there, but I'm just saying maybe. That's okay. You guys are optimistic, who were they named after Greta van Susteren. It's actually there was like, it's kind of like Leonard Skinner was, was there gym teacher, Greta, van flee the some girl from their town or something like Bella fleet or Bella the the flack? Yeah. I mean, I'll give him a chance it. I don't know rock and roll. It's I don't know where they're getting their, I guess, to get their inspiration from zeppelin because what are the kids are making rock and roll stuff critique as they say zeppelin, hasn't influenced them at all. Oh, really? Yeah, they gotta say, if you listen closely enough, you won't hear any zeppelin. Okay. You'll hear a brand new fresh sound. Now, do you think France Ferdinand was maybe there? Jim uncle, their baseball coach, like they said, it's for. They, I it. It does have a similar sounding name to the guy from World War One, but it's not him. Oh, baron. Von smirk, France, Ferdinand. The guy who is okay. Yeah, that's a political. That's a weird fetched facts toyed tie and thinks historically together at a friend's Ferdinand shirt. It was backwards. I bought it. You know that one with the font is like you're looking at the hall Hollywood bowl, they were tight. Great. Those bands from the UK are pretty type. Greta van, sleek. I'd like to see the video. I wanna see the. I want to see what these guys look like. They're really from Michigan. Oh, they undertake mall town northern Michigan, or are they with the unsettled? Are they a UK? They the Uber's? Was that upper peninsulas? Oh, I guess so. Yeah. That would make up north. Yeah, their way up north. That's why I think they're just in some tiny little town. They're all brothers or most of them cooler just listening to Led Zeppelin Spotify playlist and said, hey, we could do this took kings Leon, did exactly Tennessee now they're taking it up in the kid rock land. Absolutely. All right. Let's see. What's next time I come in at number four. It's Louis Tomlinson with just hold on. Was hoping you're saying movie time, lily Tomlin it sounds like that those Louis CK spat. This is one of the scrubs from one direction to one of the not so standards. I could see myself waiting in line at Cipolla with this playing. Too light fixtures. It's it's feathering. I mean, this is this is popular. This is like, what what's be less than pop? This is this is almost like kids by this could easily sell Samsung product, you think. So. Yeah. Well, like a best buy your here in this over the speaker. During that course part, you know their families taking photos and you're having a great time and they're going down the water slide. And then right here. Oh, commercial commercial? No, we missed the chorus, but. His voice isn't strong and I'm not knocking them. I just don't think it's a song that's going to appeal to like it's for kids. This kid. He should really focus you the Wanguo Tango child shirts, iheartradio junior stage..
"susteren" Discussed on WGTK
"And i may have to fire up the grill the solaire infrared grill tonight to to celebrate or to commiserate with my colleagues flying around the world not to have an answer because president trump just told greta this is from jake tapper tweet feed greta van susteren for voice of america news that kim jong un quite as a great quote has a great personality he's a funny guy he's very smart he's a great negotiator he loves his people later in the interview the president told greta i understand the past and you know nobody has to tell me he's a rough guy he has to be a rough guy or he has been a rough person but we got along very well he's smart he loves his people he loves his country greta but he's starved them he's been brutal them he loves his people president trump look he's doing what he seemed done if you look at it but i really have to go by today and by yesterday and by a couple of weeks ago because that's really when this whole thing started tom cotton said we will it will take months to now the only rational response at this point is we have clarity about one thing which is well know when they're cheating if they launch one missile if they do one test if they don't let our verification teams and the president has raised the bar far beyond the communique and here's the best hot quotes of the day cut number ten we talk about the guarantees that we talk about unwavering commitment to the complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula this is the document that we just did you discuss with chairman kim methods to verify either with the united states or international organizations that very process and we'll be verified we'll be verifying it'll be verifying then he said cut number eleven it's going to start soon but we signed a very very comprehensive document and i believe he's going to live up to that document in fact when he lands which is going to be shortly i think that he will start that process right away.
"susteren" Discussed on FoodStuff
"And we're back thank you sponsor yes thank you okay they were actual aphrodisiac studies they were funded by big pomegranate but there are actual study into other pomegranate isn't aphrodisiac which man you know an okay afridi's eac nece can can be measured in a number of different ways and has been tempted to buy these studies this does get a little bit explicit just fyi i you know stuff like sperm quality or a wreck tile function or dysfunction to susteren levels and therefore possibly levels of sexual desire in both men and women these are all actual studies that actually happened yeah none of them could be considered rigorous science yeah and what one that i found really interesting that is was not conducted by the palm humans there was also a number of case studies published where aware dudes successfully taking a medication called sildenafil to treat erectile dysfunction experienced they experienced unwanted prepare them when they simultaneously consumed pomegranate juice along with this medication and prepare them if you're familiar with the term is fancy science word for an erection that will not go away for a few hours even in the absence of continued stimulation or arousal so unsexy in some ways i would say i would agree with that i would agree with that although i guess technically afridi's keel courting that word now i am not gonna have anything that was terrible to say and i don't recommend it you heard it here for and hopefully never again listeners.
"susteren" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast
"So this is one of the big differences and kind of why we say like class 'sorry implements devops the deb says you should measure stuff and it doesn't tell you whether you should be using the metric system or the english system right it doesn't tell you should be using permits or stack driver data dog so it's up to individual organizations to make that decision whereas the sr each discipline is very much along the lines of you know leveraging tolls like stack driver etc and i think that that's an area where we've seen a little bit of divergence between three that we're hoping to kind of mend if of dewey met her how many deploys per that we do what is the matter that we use to measure customer happiness and that's why that's important for everyone who start adopting objectives good objective is focused on what does the customer actually want to achieve can they achieve what they want rather than kind of focusing on is how many percent pingtam success do i have or am i shipping thousand a day but all of them are breaking the bill they're all making customers happy right like we have to agree across our industry on will make susteren happy are we converging on the right number and is is something that is sustainable for us and i think to rephrase that nestle different ways that the devops movement of all out of making developers and operators happier moore's esera movement of all out of increasing customer happiness by by building more reliable systems and what you find is liz i don't know if you agree or disagree with me here but the practices are actually pretty similar but that's why you'll tend to see the devops movement focus on things like deploys per day whereas our teams will focus more on like late and see and pink time and render time of the actual interactions.
"susteren" Discussed on KGO 810
"Dog owners and cat owners got a survey by mars pet care thousand dog owners a thousand cattle owners they looked through the differences between him and among them they found cat owners see themselves susteren cathode her see themselves as being more creative and are nearly four times as likely to work in creative fields like our own positive sean you do see yourself outweigh dogowner other senior dogowners malaysia on what fowler we will see themselves with artists on us looking to usa yagi i've seen doodle a few things all sold me you're assaulted hunts wasting their life the survey also found dog owners tend to earn more money and are twice as likely to work in the financial field because it's cat owners sit around stroke in her cat thinking there an artist dog owners we get out and we chased the tennis ball of success thank you cannot orders see themselves as cat owners i are more likely to watch a documentary into professor of music goals in indy films muchliked positive sean this is all on not device put surprising which is kind of interesting i mean we we all know this about the difference between dog owners and got on his dog owners are bigger fans of horror and action movies i clearly don't like musicals in my favorite movies are comic ones in the other mischaracterization marshall cat owners hit piece cat owners choi hobbies like reading and writing zip sean right all day long dog owners are more likely to perform to prefer sports yoga and dancing all i love to dance lastly cat owners are more likely to spill their thoughts and their secrets to their pet dog owners who.
"susteren" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Host greta van susteren talks about twitter accounts a her twitter account being hacked and talks about at will on apparently air bombings has been hacked to so they're tweeting out all kinds of pitchers and there's all these crazy screen grabs except tre they're looking at pollings count on his twitter feed centric messages from their cancer the twitter account of president trump and you know it's interesting because both of them were she left then such an left fox in september 2016 bowling was let go the same month amid sexual harassment allegations and in a here they got a dna got ahold of of tweets in their twisting some of the tweets and they're you know using them to pump out a bunch of new brutal messages erroneous messages turks it seems grabbed hold of their twitter account he goes back to that whole thing of protection and cyber security and the list is long isn't it it's long only go in that direction it would fill up probably ten hours of our show all right let's talk about charleston for a second so i'm in charleston south carolina and i'm incredibly blown away by this forbes as you know we've been doing for bradley segments and we've been working at a book called deal your own destiny and i was asked to um the do a ted talk at this forbes summit and also add a preview that they had before hanan insiders form and so that's why am in charleston south carolina in luckily i missed all that nasty weather because if they had held at a couple of weeks ago the ice was just stuck to the streets of charleston is they got some really brutal brutal weather but it's it's kind of mild it's chile but kind of mild in the fifties but i look at the snow and i look at the ice that they dealt with in houston and the flights being cancelled like over a thousand flights canceled the various nasty nasty stuff all right so hang with us coming up next a conversation with philip gramm he is awesome casper beds stay with us two.
"susteren" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Hosts greta van susteren talks about twitter accounts her twitter account being hacked and talks about at will and apparently boeing's has been hacked to so they're tweeting out all kinds of pitchers and there's all these crazy screen grabs etcetera they're looking appalling count on his twitter feed centric messages from their cancer the twitter account of president trump and you know it's interesting because both of them were she left the in such left fox in september 2016 bowling was let go the same month amid the sexual harassment allegations and here they got you know got a hold of of tweets there twisting some of the tweet send they're using them to pump out a bunch of brutal messages erroneous messages turks it seems grabbed a hold of their twitter accounts back to that whole thing of protection and cybersecurity and the list is long isn't it it's long when we go in that direction it would fill up probably 10 hours of our show ari let's about charleston for a second time in charleston south carolina and i'm incredibly blown away by this four bes as you know we've been doing four nightly segments and we've been working on a book called delia own destiny i was asked to do a ted talk at this forbes summit and also add a preview that they had beforehand insiders form and so that's why am in charleston south carolina luckily i missed all that nasty weather because if they had halted a couple weeks ago the the ice was just stuck to the streets of charleston as they got some really brutal brutal weather but it's it's kind of mild chile kind of mild in the fifties but i look at the snow and i look at the ice that they dealt with in houston and the flights being cancelled like over a thousand flights cancelled nasty nasty stuff our it's hang with this coming up next conversation with philip grand he is awesome kasper beds stay with us.
"susteren" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"Hey bill o'reilly dot com premium members welcome to the no spin news for wednesday december 27th 2017 i'm not really here hi i'm off i had to get my staff offer that would have been an insurrection they would add my head on a stick so there off the rest of the week i'm taping this in advance so i'm going to do the same thing tomorrow and friday all the same clothes this is what you do in tv however we're glad you're here because we have a really good show we're going gonna give you the best interviews we did this year we got monica crowley greta van susteren rosenberg and mcgurk we had some fun with them and and we'll keep moving mccabe and movement all right all the way through you'll enjoy it um so that's what we're going to do and i hope you having a good week good beef tween christmas and new year's week um so let's get to it the entire top tier of the fbi overseeing this investigation into trump and collusion by the way not a single shred of evidence on that so far is shot through with anti trump by a so andrew mccabe his wife was running for office says democrat closely aligned with hillary clinton's campaign and hillary clinton donors you have weizmen telling sarah sally yates when she quit because she wouldn't enforced trump's travel ban he's texting hurt emailing herself people who writes job weissman again top level doj investigator so also hopelessly compromised you mentioned peter struck there's one of who i actually think is worse bruce or who had contacts with fusion she.
"susteren" Discussed on WCHS
"Ordeal in a mexican jail that her son had to endure which i he was gyltan maricic so jill you're in the process giving credit where credit is due and wow do i like that please continue thank you so much until throughout the both of course i speak about the may first media the first story that was written about andrew and it took my husband and i uh prayerful thirty days to even decide whether or not to let the media uh no about andrew despite and his incarceration however it was a friend the hamburg john in olympia him rider though if you listening not it's remembers just a few years prior the andrews arrested mexico john hammer had been arrested for taking in an antique got at the border he two had served a torturous ordeal in the mexican prison so i was olympia hammer bay first you said chill you've got to go to the media and just get a giant that back in prison if you don't go to the media so there's a recollection in the fourth off the first article that was written and it was written by a classy papers and that's said something like i don't have it in front of me but three shackled and the mexican jail well that's when the firestorm of media interest to cold and then for the next five months for the most part i was on radio or television somehow some way almost every day just continuing to let all of the american duo that there's a marine who is under contract in the mexican jail and she had no intentions the guy entering mexico with a firearm and please of course help us get him out so the media played a large role and helping him get out and i'm not sure if you remember colonel jill i'm or if you watching on the record which was the greta van susteren show back then in two thousand fourteen on the fox channel that she literally spoke about andrus fight for freedom of every single day from mom sometime in may all the way until the day he was released on october 31st so i talked about credit van susteren i talk about the other great media outlets said helps tried to keep the story front and center so that.
"susteren" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"In through by these people they're young women out there who is joint all who is going to get salary love bad dudes and i think she was one of those so uh how much of the manson legend jim from vincent bugliosi member him of course okay now he was a great a kind of a pt barnum of you know celebrating the trial he was the uh you know um he was the greta van susteren of that try he nausea she w what she was to the o j trial a burglar she was all over that manson trail he and then he wrote a selling book of more came a celebrity in his own right he really pumped up the legend of charlie mentioned in well yassin again manson really was you know he's the grandfather of true crime when it comes to the fascination we're going to a crime khan in the nashville tennessee i think it's in february 2018 these things are huge so with them because of works like googly aussies think it was outlawed do you think he was essentially the legend of mansion was written by other people not by himself charlie manson didn't have a lot of time over he had a lot of time not a lot of ability to share his story in his own words so absolutely the cult the narrative of charles manson really if you think of the truth of the matter is again it was just a group of people who wanted to had a bunch of sex who wanted to do a lot of drugs who wanted to be left alone and then as the drugs and you know the sort of you don't toxication of nonstop sex an orgy is wore off they started thinking race war the conversation just spiralled out of control and it led to these events of the tape bianco bianca murders but at the manson was not there but of course you know the way that the narrative went a he was the one who are orchestrated all again tex watson abandoned began nanotech swat sought i believe he's still alive i think he stole turn on an eight three three eight five two four eight six six i'm here with ben kissel this is lou show and.
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"Five forty laura how many presidents would have or could have the credibility to give the speech that he gap he stood up for american interests he refused to bow down to the the dow chinese bullying the communist chinese cheating the communist chinese a giant tree which people have thought oh he's been he's they're playing to his vanity i'd love to know what they said on morning joe thanks didn't watch it this morning her love to know what they said i love to know how they how they see we'll find out that they're going to expose themselves the critics of trump has never been happy with anything he does so they weren't happy when he was if so nice to the cia uh uh that he would be nice he didn't challenges of enough now last night when president trump laid down the marker this is going to be a new era in trade for the united states if they complain about that then we know this is pure politics that's all it is they don't care about gene care would uh uh uh uh can people this is about the democrats regaining power shall at all join us eight five five forty laura when a play a lot of clips from this speech greta van susteren is going to join us we're gonna talk to her about the.
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"It was just my body yeah um it's uh it i in and it the the whole trial situation uh that is russia's surrounding the trial because you saw it every day remember there's there's the there's a lot of stuff and and there are trials that we don't comment on because we don't know what the jury's farright where we can just say okay look here's what we do do know but we don't know what the jury saw that so we can't tell you why the jury in our did what they did while with o j that's not the case we saw all of it i mean it was it was televised not only was a televised they replated oncourt tv at night and then of course they rehashed it over and over on i mean that was greta van susteren yeah that was at the her rise the thing that's a great point you know many people probably don't know that right think about it if you're somebody who is uh if you're thirty years old hm you don't know she can't give you roughly eur you probably don't lavagna's is at the feudal she is your 35 you might not have any idea how she came to fame and it was strictly o j o j was at over at cnn effort made her a superstar and every night they would recap and just kind of a okay here's what we saw here's what we saw on your would heal prospect the prosecution did here's what that offense did that it was fascinating it really was i mean people were glued for good reason how many levels of intrigue did you have in that one scenario you know and then the question in the back of the mind this is the celebrity going to get away with murder if for those who believed like i do that he was guilty that is going to get away with double murder and once you started seeing everything and it was just i mean it with the crime scene and the.
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"It was just mindboggling yeah um it's uh it i in and it the the whole trial situation oh that is discussions surrounding the trial because you saw it every day remember that there's there's the there's a lot of stuff and there are trials that we don't comment on because we don't know what the jury saw right where we can just say okay look here's what we do no but we don't know what the jury saw that so we can't tell you why the jury you know did what they did while with o j that's not the case we saw all of it i mean it was it was televised not only was a televised they replayed it on court tv at night and then of course they rehashed it over and over on i mean that was greta van susteren yeah that was at the her rise to thing that's a great point you know many people probably don't know that right think about it if if you're saw somebody who is uh if you're thirty years old you don't know she can give you roughly ailing yo you probably don't emily is at the you know if you does she is your 35 you might not have any idea how she came to fame and it was strictly o j o j was it over at cnn exit made her a superstar and every night they would recap and just kinda okay here's what we saw here's what we saw on yours would you know prosect the prosecution did here's what that offense did net it was fascinating you it it really was i mean people were glued for good reason how many levels of intrigue do you have in that one scenario you know and then the question in the back of the mind this is the celebrity going to get away with murder if for those who believed like i do that he was guilty that is going to get away would double murder and once you started seeing everything and it was just i mean it is the crime scene and the you know that hold the bockel of the evidence just just them just an amazing uh story the way played i i can't imagine yeah how saddened devastating for the families left behind anything about the.
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"God friday jason alexis in the morning talked with seven want everything entertainments everything chocolate milk shakes on jas would looks ryan filling in for the dawn mclane thanks for being here who buddy we have a funsho ahead with some more a tv t r l coming up for you who we're going to be let you listen to some birthday pranks that you may have missed as we do now on fridays a nude is it a new living levied on how rahanweyn yes deaths of houses will not antique anther schatz moment on the trilogy the series continues yet the sears it's like the godfather at garage sale godfathers really what it is about continuing hot topics right now we're talking about where to sucking by joe and meagre again we try on purpose 'cause y'all don't come to us for meet the press we stay away from politics but when it seeps into pop culture we bring it to you and we move on and but there's enough other story about msnbc that's pop into you late yesterday greta van susteren tweeted out she's like i'm outed msnbc and looks that was literally as let let those it an out and and she's and that's how it happened allegedly the story goes you know a greta was working on her show sitting at her desk and she was called the new a meeting and let go and they had a fillon ready in the fillon went on she she had the show the time slot before chris matthews adheres not to get into too much of the business aspect of it she's been on the air for six months just over you know maybe about one hundred episode you're so and the ratings non only didn't tick up they were rather disastrous on.
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"About paul ryan many of you have written me and you've called and you've got your questions and your your your your cynicism about the house speaker last night msnbc anchor greta van susteren interviewed speaker ryan end of much has been made about the president's expectation that he received loyalty from the fbi director did you hear paul ryan's answer if you didn't and i want you to be ready to grab your blood pressure medication here's what the republicans speaker of the house said on msnbc about what most of us think thinkers a pretty reasonable expectation that an fbi director who had previously served under a democrat administration barack obama would be loyal to a republican president like trump he seemed can entirely plausible and reasonable not to paul ryan it is appropriate for the present ask a question of loyalty for the fbi director yeah i i mean obviously i don't think that is obviously you don't think that is listen to this again is appropriate for the present ask a question of loyalty for the fbi director he i know i mean obviously i don't think that is really oh thank you mr speaker thank you a judas once again the knife goes in the back and i think most of us are pretty well done with paul ryan we understand just how bad speaker ryan is and what a what a an attempt to damage this president that was by the speaker of the house i every time i do the lou dobbs show every retied lewis always railing against speaker ryan and lose a smart guy a lotta respect for him gang this is what he means this is not a speaker of the house republicans seems particularly loyal to this president or to seem is is even on the same team one eight hundred six five five mike will continue lot more of your calls coming up busy addition of the mike gallagher show this special day james toney kobe's testimony on capitol hill huawei whoa two two ooh the.