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"talansky" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"talansky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"On your host, Dr Bruce Finding table joined by Dr Jody Ganz of a Lansky O l. A. N s. K y dermatology and aesthetics. Learn more Talansky dermatology dot com and give us a call for 487207 50. Well, we wanted to get into chronic diseases of the skin, and we ended up having a call on universal color. I think it's fascinating, but it does. Kind of, especially for chronic diseases bring up all kinds of salient issues. And one of them is the gentleman calling had 14 years of this condition and was not happy and no one should be like No one should be personally dealing with a chronic disease and feel like they don't have somebody that you know, in their foxhole with them. That's the role of the doctor. And if you don't have that relationship, and if you feel like your questions aren't answered, if you're having that sense of hopelessness, whether it's extending Is there anything else you need to go doctor shopping and find the right doctor for you, now with that said When we deal with chronic disease skin, there's been a huge, huge explosion of treatments and understanding about them. So this is really pertinent for that group of patients. Absolutely, um, I often talk to my patients about the concept of like we have a menu of options. Let me talk to you. About what? Your diseases. Let me try to explain to you in Terms that are understandable how long this is going to last. How it manifests how it might change and then when we talk about treatment What are the options bearing in mind that everything has a risk benefit? You know, I'll have a lot of people who say I want to be natural. Okay. Lets lets, you know, Unpack that a little more. What do you mean? So to give an example Soraya Sis is a skin disease. It does really well with sunlight. Okay, Sunlight is natural. But our risk there, of course, is skin cancer. And is that enough for us? You'll see on television. All of these newer treatments for psoriasis well, it's a condition where we've had so much growth and research in the past 20 years that we've gotten really into the nitty gritty on how that disease works. And I can walk someone through. Hey, we can specifically block this chemical in your blood that will turn off the psoriasis pathway. That means we need to come in every six months. We have to be aware Are you up to date with your cancer screenings and your primary care treatments and making sure that we work together? And if we take that risk together? We can achieve this outcome. Some of these newer medications for psoriasis have 99%.

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"talansky" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | Last month

"talansky" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Scheduled to visit President Biden this week ahead of a lot of mayors Talansky's visit to the White House There were reports of the Ukrainian leaders growing frustration. He expressed concerns over Western allies hesitancy about allowing Ukraine into NATO over corruption as well as President Biden support of Russia's gas pipeline to Germany. White House press Secretary John Sake said Friday the visit will affirm US support. Ukraine's sovereignty in the face of Russia's ongoing aggression in the Donbas and Crimea, our close cooperation on energy security and our backing for presidents Alinsky's efforts to tackle corruption and implement a reform agenda based on our shared democratic values. Ahead of the visit, President Biden on Friday authorized a drawdown of $60 million for Ukraine under the Foreign Assistance Act. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News South Carolina Republicans not happy with how events are unfolding in Afghanistan, Senator Lindsey Graham says even though U. S forces are scheduled to leave this week, the problems are just beginning. This war has not ended. We've entered into a new deadly chapter. Terrorists are now in charge of Afghanistan. Graham appearing on CBS's face the Nation. The final Grand Slam event of the tennis season is here without a handful of stars for the first time since 2000 and three the U. S Open will be without the Williams sisters after Serena announced she would be withdrawing to focus on recovery from a torn hamstring, while Venus deals with the recovery from a leg injury Sofia Cannon also missing out on the women's side after testing positive for the coronavirus. Reigning US Open men's champ Dominic team also bowed out due to injury with Roger Federer and Rafael on the doll. Also a no go for New York because of recovery. Reigning women's champ Naomi Osaka, will make her return to major play opening up against Marie Booze Cova, while Novak Djokovic will begin his quest today to complete the Grand Slam sweep in 2021 Mad Napolitano Fox News, Israel's defense minister, has held talks with the Palestinian president in the first high level meeting between both sides in years. I'm Chris DiMeo. This is Fox News. With Otis. So good to finally see my Bay Bridge.

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"talansky" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | Last month

"talansky" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Scheduled to visit President Biden this week ahead of a lot of mayors Talansky's visit to the White House There were reports of the Ukrainian leaders growing frustration. He expressed concerns over Western allies hesitancy about allowing Ukraine into NATO over corruption as well as President Biden support of Russia's gas pipeline to Germany. White House press Secretary John Sake said Friday the visit will affirm US support. Ukraine's sovereignty in the face of Russia's ongoing aggression in the Donbas and Crimea, our close cooperation on energy security and our backing for presidents Alinsky's efforts to tackle corruption and implement a reform agenda based on our shared democratic values. Ahead of the visit, President Biden on Friday authorized a drawdown of $60 million for Ukraine under the Foreign Assistance Act. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News South Carolina Republicans not happy with how events are unfolding in Afghanistan, Senator Lindsey Graham says even though U. S forces are scheduled to leave this week, the problems are just beginning. This war has not ended. We've entered into a new deadly chapter. Terrorists are now in charge of Afghanistan. Graham appearing on CBS's face the Nation. The final Grand Slam event of the tennis season, is here without a handful of stars for the first time since 2000 and three the U. S Open will be without the Williams sisters after Serena announced she would be withdrawing to focus on recovery from a torn hamstring, while Venus deals with the recovery from a leg injury Sofia Cannon also missing out on the women's side after testing positive for the coronavirus. Reigning US Open men's champ Dominic team also bowed out due to injury with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, also in No go for New York because of recovery. Reigning women's champ Naomi Osaka, will make her return to major play opening up against Marie Boost Cova, while Novak Djokovic will begin his quest today to complete the Grand Slam sweep in 2021, Matt Napolitano. Fox News, Israel's defense minister, has held talks with the Palestinian president in the first.

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"talansky" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:49 min | Last month

"talansky" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"This week ahead of a lot of mayors Talansky's visit to the White House There were reports of the Ukrainian leaders growing frustration. He expressed concerns over Western allies hesitancy about allowing Ukraine into NATO over corruption as well as President Biden support of Russia's gas pipeline to Germany. White House press Secretary John Sake said Friday the visit will affirm US support. Ukraine's sovereignty in the face of Russia's ongoing aggression in the Donbass and Crimea, our close cooperation on energy security and our backing for presidents Alinsky's efforts to tackle corruption and implement a reform agenda based on our shared democratic values. Ahead of the visit, President Biden on Friday authorized a drawdown of $60 million for Ukraine under the Foreign Assistance Act. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News South Carolina Republicans not happy with how events are unfolding in Afghanistan, Senator Lindsey Graham says even though U. S forces are scheduled to leave this week, the problems are just beginning. This war has not ended. We've entered into a new deadly chapter. Terrorists are now in charge of Afghanistan. Graham appearing on CBS's face the Nation, the final Grand Slam event of the tennis season, is here without a handful of stars for the first time since 2000 and three the U. S Open will be without the Williams sisters after Serena announced she would be withdrawing to focus on recovery from a torn hamstring, while Venus deals with recovery from a leg injury. Sofia Kenin also missing out on the women's side after testing positive for the coronavirus. Reigning US Open men's champ Dominic team also bowed out due to injury with Roger Federer and Rafael on the doll. Also a no go for New York because of recovery. Reigning women's champ Naomi Osaka will make her return to major play opening up against Marie Boost Cova, while Novak Djokovic will begin his quest today to complete the Grand Slam sweep in 2021 Mad Napolitano. Fox News. Israel's defense minister, has held talks with the Palestinian president in the first high level meeting between both sides in years. Chris.

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"talansky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"talansky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Number of parents selling. This is a school board last night. They need to open the district. Back up. People like Actually, Talansky say life is going on everywhere else, and it makes no sense to keep students home Disrespect. Remote instructions is before the Thanksgiving break and parent marrying, Griffin says, the kids are suffering academically and socially because of it. Ward says it will review the latest data on the spread of covert at the end of the week, and we'll look at a potential return to blended learning at the end of the month and Brian comes news Radio seven of the W L. W A man arrested this week in connection to a woman found dead inside her clear my county home the sheriff's office confirming the arrest of 51 year old Mike molten for his involvement. The debt. The 36 year old Meghan Applegate, the Claremont County office. Her sheriff's office believe that Applegate was killed over the weekend. Cincinnati public schools expanding their meal distribution with more trucks to deliver meals to non school sites this month. The meal distribution is an effort by CPS to reach additional students in areas where many students live. However, are unable to get transportation to school based hub sites. The extra trucks start today with more on the 20th and 27. Governor Mike DeWine says health officials finalizing plans to vaccinate the next group of Ohioans against Cove in 19, beginning Monday of next week. Those 80 and older will be eligible to receive their first dose of the vaccine. Governor says providers chosen to administer the vaccines will release specific details either later today or tomorrow. With 100,000 doses. Arriving in Ohio Monday, the governor says he expects the first clinics to open Next Tuesday afternoon, ready for Wall Street stocks closed flat as investors way political turmoil, higher rates and possible stimulus. The Dow rose 60 points, the S and P 500 added two and the NASDAQ closed up 36. The rollout of vaccines has the markets anticipating a big rebound for the economy and corporate profits. As daily life begins to return toward normal later this year. Investors are also hopeful of another round of stimulus, with Democrats soon to have control of the White House, the Senate and the House. However, the gains are not so big that critics say stocks and other investments are getting too expensive layoff spiked in November compared with the previous month in the number of job opening slipped. Sign. This job market is stalled as resurgent Corona virus has discouraged consumer spending. While the layoffs were concentrated among restaurants, bars and hotels. The slowdown and job postings was wide spread across most industries assigned the businesses in general are reluctant to hire new workers. Area holding our ABC news about this. Some videos on TIC Tac may actually help you stay safe when you're out alone. It's a step that too many women have to take when going someplace alone, making a phone call and talking well, walking in case they're attacked. I will keep you on the phone, so we meet up but that is not a phone call. It's a tic tac video. That sounds like a phone call created by many produced. The whole thing started because my friend Called me one night when she was leaving work, and I was supposed to be there to answer the phone and be her conversation and I was unavailable. So she started creating videos that anyone can pull up that sound like regular conversations to try to fool potential attacker. Are you on your way to school? And now other people are making them like this man. So you on your way back to your dorm now, But safety expert Callahan Walsh with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, warns TIC tac safety calls are are not the magic bullet to keep you safe. They are a great tool, but that's what you should have His multi Tools in your arsenal, like telling people where you'll be in using your phone's camera, the videos on TIC TAC or under the HASHTAG safety call Sherrie Preston ABC NEWS News Radio 700 WLW.

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"talansky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"talansky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"National Guard members ahead of the January 20th inauguration of president he like Joe Biden in Washington. The deployment comes as the FBI is also warning of potential violence in the nation's capital. As well as it all 50 state capitals in the lead up to Inauguration day, 200 of the troops will be sent to D. C. The others will be stationed at the state Capitol in Columbus. Governor also updating Ohio's cover 19 vaccine program and said those 80 years of age and older will start getting vaccinated next week. 800 providers will be administering those shots and in the next 24 to 48 hours, local health departments will provide information on where vaccinations are being done, Dwyane says the week of January 25th anticipate those for 75 older will start getting vaccinated. 70 and older the following week and then 65 older the week after that, as the cover 19 pandemic continues, there are calls for local students to return to the classroom. They want their kids back in school number of parents selling. This is high school board last night, they need to open the district. Back up. People like Ashley Talansky say life is going on everywhere else, and it makes no sense to keep students home. Disrespect. Remote instructions is before the Thanksgiving break and parent marrying, Griffin says. The kids are suffering academically and socially because of it. Or it says it will review the latest data on the spread of covert at the end of the week, and we'll look at a potential return to blended learning. At the end of the month. I'm Brian comes news Radio Seven of the W. In Ohio today reported close to 1000 new covered 19 cases with 100 New deaths 486 New hospitalizations and 49 you admissions into the ICU. In Kentucky over 3000 new cover 19 cases and 22 new deaths reported today by Governor Andy Bashir. The positivity rate is still above 12% our next update aside eight o'clock.

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"talansky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"talansky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The possible armed protests and capitals across the United States starting this weekend. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says he has met with high ranking officers of the National Guard and the State Highway Patrol. He said he could not discuss specifics regarding security policies, but said he was very concerned with those reports. Cincinnati parents pleading with the school board to let their kids back in class and what their kids back in school number of parents selling. This is high school board last night, they need to open the district. Back up. People like Actually, Talansky say life is going on everywhere else, and it makes no sense to keep students home. This was spent on remote instructions is before the Thanksgiving break and parent marrying, Griffin says. The kids are suffering academically and socially because of it. Lord says it will review the latest data on the spread of covert at the end of the week, and we'll look at a potential return to blended learning at the end of the month. I'm Brian comes news Radio Seven of the W W A man is dead after a SWAT standoff overnight in Liberty Township, Butler County Sheriff Richard Kate Jones confirming dust this morning. That the suspect was shot and killed after pointing a gun at SWAT officers as they moved in to take him into custody. This happening at the Lakota point town homes. Police say the incident started as a domestic violence situation. We are waiting for more details, including the man's identity. An explosion in Middletown has left another man seriously injured. The Fire department says that a home in the 2500 block of Fleming Road exploded just before four in the afternoon. Yesterday, a man in his sixties was badly burned. He was the only one inside the home at the time. Investigators are looking for the cause of the blast. They say it may have been a natural gas explosion. On Wall Street right now, the Dow up close to 50 points. NASDAQ's picked up 32 while the S and P s gained four. Our next update at 11 30. I'm Rick. You Chino news radio 700 wlw..

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"talansky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"talansky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"talansky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"talansky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One of our terms John Lisa thank you very much the Democrats effort Reagan national witnesses the president's speech which while holding with a final push today all eyes are on key moderate Republicans for the final vote and the tip of the balance Republican senator Lamar Alexander said last night that he would vote against calling witnesses but Republican senator Susan Collins says she will vote to allow it senator Mitt Romney also says he's interested in hearing from witnesses but senator Lisa Murkowski is still on the fence and what happens if the witness road ends with a fifty fifty time Bloomberg said Baxter reports college truly uncharted waters advanced advance to civics would could John Roberts break the tie well he's made some real changes in the proceedings in the Senate the vice president breaks a tie usually but Mr pens is not in the mix Democrats are saying the Chief Justice could and should the Republicans say he can't and that a motion for witnesses would ban fail if it's fifty fifty Republican Joe Kennedy's quote nobody knows in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg radio secretary of state Mike Pompeii met with Ukrainian president Talansky today at a joint news conference in Kiev Pompeii was asked by a reporter if conditions were involved by the trump administration was Lynskey before meeting could take place in Washington with the president there's no condition at the nature describe for presence alone to come to Washington and have that this is just simply not the case you'll also pledged on going support for Ukraine global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than a hundred twenty countries I'm Michael bar this is Bloomberg John Michael thank you very much Sir Henry C. Friday morning price action around about one hour and fifteen minutes away from the up and.

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"talansky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"talansky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It a yield on the ten year what it's a one point nine one percent though that you have it right let's move things along have a look at what's going on in terms of the global needs to get to my emails the building is a wish thank you Democrats claim that recently released emails under a freedom of information request indicate that the trump administration ordered a hold on Ukrainian military aid about an hour after president trump's phone call with Ukrainian president Talansky NBC news reports that North Korea has added a structure to a factory linked to the production of intercontinental ballistic missiles raising concerns the reclusive country will resume testing weapons that can reach the U. S. Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison apologize during a news conference Sunday for causing great anxiety by going on vacation to Hawaii as deadly wildfires burned across the country the PM cut short his trip following the deaths of two volunteer firefighters in New South Wales on Friday Hong Kong's thoroughfares return to relative normality going into the shortened working week after a tense weekend in which a police officer drew and pointed his revolver at a protesting crowd no shots were fired global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries I'm mark mills this is Bloomberg rescue all right but that's the the sort of it has gone up as we get that back now to our next guest and it is of course up whether sent out guess what is off our I should be safe and that is a because they would go over the coldness of Asia times David looking into twenty twenty Mr some of this event risk is about seven going by the wayside that the break that side of things on top of that of course is phase one trade do but I'm I'm sure that fresh rules of whatever they did to both which it will occupy people's minds with you'll be they was tryna situations on the super sensitive but I do not think it is in the interest of the trump administration to blow that relationship up between now and the twenty twenty elections that would be bad for the markets bad for the economy we nearly had a serious speed bump in the economy they were very very low forecast by many of the setbacks and so forth for the fourth quarter that appears to be picked up I think the White House has signed a great sigh of relief and I don't believe that we will have the China issue come to the fore there are other things obviously that could criticized one has to look very carefully at the U. S. consumer which is holding up the US economy in the absence of Catholics of cap ex doesn't come back and the consumer decides to be more cautious for whatever reason we could have extremely low growth in two thousand twenty and that of course would to impact profit expectations but if you think that we've kind of hit the bottom in terms of the main indicators we've seen major bounce backs in the PMR is in Germany and some other places then energy prices should continue to stay firm and that should be terrific for the most disfavored circle sector namely energy industrial circles to do well I like the German automakers in this context for example so today in China we have a meeting between officials of senior officials from Japan and South Korea trying to deal with you know the stresses of this relationship particularly on on the trade issue how do you see this playing out in this is how significant is this for markets to get it you know for this deal to be done but not between these two parties all the Japanese market has been one of the best performers in the past months of uncertainty certainly has an impact on I think South Korea has some issues simply because it's Chinese market share has been friction particularly for smart phones so South Korea will be under some pressure for the United States not to do a trilateral deal with Japan and China but it will look towards its own interests and try to come out with that so six south Korea's the biggest question mark in that China has been buying massively from Japan particularly as U. S. components have been subject to political scrutiny also from Taiwan I think that's another plus for Japan I think the Asians will as they always do look towards their self interest square the relations and continue training okay but the that diversity what what is your view of the economy and how it fits into fundamentals and I should fundamentals we look by at Stokes given all the different geo political and other other things which were in the background including not particularly great growth and a great return for the of course the condos are doing great returns on equity markets I think to maintain this will be important for the basket two thousand for the first is a recovery of cap backs which was setback enormously by the US China trade dispute that will be particularly good for Germany uncertainty Japanese a capital goods produces already seen a significant recovery in Japan and Germany as much here by adults the second is global commodity particularly energy prices should stay Fuhrman if they stay firm for a while I think investors will crawl out from their fortifications and get back into those sectors so I like the energy sector once again David thank you so much so that they would go in the comments of the Asia times a day his take on what may well happen in at twenty twenty just to give you a round up of where we are at.

"talansky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:11 min | 1 year ago

"talansky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The election ambassador Volker testified in his public hearing that it is possible for more than one country to seek influence in your selections doctor hill testified likewise and her public hearing contemporaneously news articles in twenty sixteen noted how president trump's candidacy led keys wider political leadership to do something they would never have attempted before intervene however indirectly in the U. S. selection in August twenty sixteen the Ukrainian ambassador to the U. S. published not bad in the hill criticizing candidate trump other senior Ukrainian officials called candidate trump a clown and in other words they allege that he challenged the very values of the free world one prominent Ukrainian parliamentarian explained that the majority of Ukraine's political figures were on Hillary Clinton's side January twenty seventeen politico article lays out in more detail efforts by the Ukrainian government officials to oppose president trump's candidacy the article notes are you carrying work to sabotage the trump campaign by publicly questioning his fitness for office the article detail how woman name Alexander chalupa a Ukrainian American contractor it by the DNC and working with the DNC and the Clinton campaign traded information and leads about the trump campaign with the staff the Ukrainian embassy in Washington Chiluba explain how Ukrainian embassy work directly with reporters to point them in the right direction witnesses in the impeachment inquiry testified that the allegation of Ukrainian influence in the twenty sixteen election was appropriate to examine ambassador Volker testified that he thought it was fine to investigate allegations about twenty sixteen influence ambassador Taylor said for example that the allegations surprised and disappointed him on this record I do not believe that one could conclude that president trump had no legitimate basis to raise a concern about efforts by Ukrainians to influence the twenty sixteen election let me now turn to the first assertion that president trump with held a meeting with president of Lansky as a way of pressuring him to investigate the former VP here it is important to note Ukraine's long profound history of endemic corruption several witnesses in the in Korea testified about these problems ambassador Marie Evanovich for example said Ukraine's corruption is not just prevalence but frankly is the system witnesses testified to having first hand knowledge the president trump is deeply skeptical of Ukraine due to its corruption dating back years and that this skepticism contributed to president trump's initial hesitancy to meet with president someone ski ambassador Volker testified so I know we had a very deep rooted skeptical view and my understanding at the time was that even though he agreed in the meeting that we had with him say okay I'll invite him all invite him he didn't really want to do it all herself and that's why the meeting Capt getting the late another relevant sent a fax here is the effort of some Ukrainian officials to approach president trump's candidacy in the twenty sixteen election some of these Ukrainian politicians initially remaining government when president so once you took over witnesses testified that these Ukrainian efforts in twenty sixteen color help president trump view do crane it's also important note the president's Lynskey was a relatively unknown quantity for U. S. policymakers ambassador Ivanovic called him an untried politicians doctor hill testified that there were concerns within the National Security Council about celebrities relationship with Igor Cullimore ski a controversial oligarchy in Ukraine although president unless you ran on a reform platform residents Lansky appointed coal more skis lawyer Mr Bohdan as his chief of staff both ambassador Volker and senator Ron Johnson noted the disappointment raise concerns these facts are important in assessing the president's state of mind in understanding whether presidential Lansky was truly committed to fighting corruption in Ukraine the evidence shows the president trump invited president Talansky to meet at the White House on three separate occasions all without any conditions the first was on April twenty first during the initial congratulatory phone call the second was he a letter on may twenty ninth this letter following oval office meeting on may twenty third with the US delegation to the inauguration during this meeting president trump Agence expressed his skepticism about Ukraine ambassador Volker recalled the president saying these are terrible people and a corrupt cop country ambassador Simon similarly testified that Ukraine in the president's view try to take him down in the twenty sixteen election senator Ron Johnson confirm this testimony in his submission to the impeachment inquiry only the third time the president trump invited to Lenski to meet again without any preconditions was during the July twenty fifth phone call although some time passed between may twenty nineteen when the president formally invited Lenski to meet and September twenty fifth when the president's mad the evidence does not show that the Ukrainian government felt additional pressure due to this delay to the contrary ambassador Volker testified that the Ukrainian region felt pretty good about its relationship with the trump administration in this period during those four months senior Ukrainian government officials had at least nine meetings or phone calls with president trump vice president pants secretary Pompeii national security adviser Bolton and U. S. ambassadors the evidence does not support a conclusion that president trump condition to meeting with president so Lansky on investigating former vice president Biden Mr your mac presidents once he's close advisers said that explicitly in August twenty nineteen New York times story which was published before the beginning of the impeachment inquiry in this article your mark said that he and mayor Giuliani did not discuss a link between a presidential meeting and investigations witness testimony confirms your Max statement ambassador Volker testified there was no linkage between a potential meeting and investigations although ambassador Simon testified that he believed there was a quid pro quo his testimony is not as clear as it has been portrayed in his deposition ambassador Simon testified that he believed the meeting was conditioned on a public anti corruption statement not all investigations themselves a distinction that during his deposition he was keen to note ambassador Simon said then but nothing about the request raised any red flags in his public testimony ambassador sawmilling clarified that he had no first hand knowledge of any linkage coming from the president and never discussed any preconditions with the president he merely presumed there were preconditions I'd also like to address the July tenth meeting an ambassador Bolton's office with two senior Ukrainian officials allow me to submit that here too there is conflicting evidence about the fax both doctor hill and lieutenant colonel then men testified that ambassador Simon raised investigations during this meeting causing ambassador Bolton too abruptly and the meeting doctor hill testified she confronted ambassador Simon over his discussion about investigations master someone's testimony about this meeting however is scattered in his closed door deposition he testified that no national security staff member ever once expressed concerns to him that he was acting improperly and he denied that he raised investigations during this meeting but when he came here to testify in public he had knowledge for the first time he raised investigations but he denied that the meeting ended abruptly he maintained that doctor hill never raise concerns to him and that any discussion of investigations did not mention anything specific such as byte in our twenty sixteen let me lastly address the allegation that president trump directed vice president pants not to attend president of Wednesday's inauguration as another way of pressuring Ukraine to investigate former vice president Biden Jennifer Williams a senior adviser in the office of the vice president testified that a colleague Jeter said it was the chief of staff assistant told her the chief of staff's assistant the president trump directed vice president pants not to attend the inauguration however Williams had no first hand knowledge of any such direction or the reasons given for any such direction if indeed such a direction was given it's not clear from the evidence why it was done because the vice president's office was juggling other potential trips during that time and Ukrainian parliament schedule schedule the election on an extremely short time frame it was just four days notice Williams explained that there was a window there was a window of dates may thirtieth through June first during which the vice president could attend the inauguration and that was communicated and that if it wasn't one of those dates it would be difficult or impossible to attend the inauguration separately the office of the vice president was also planning an unrelated trip to Canada to promote the US MCA during the same window the US MCA was and still is a significant priority for the administration vice president pence has done a number of public events in support of it president trump was also planning foreign travel during this time period and as doctor hill testified both president trump and vice president hence cannot both be out of the country at the same time Williams explained that these factors created a narrow window for the vice president's participation in the inauguration doctor hill testified that she had no knowledge of the vice president was directed not to attend on may sixteenth we are going Ukrainian parliament scheduled the inauguration for may twentieth only four days later may twentieth was not one of the three dates that vice president pence's office had provided for his availability Williams testified at this early date surprise the vice president's office because we weren't expecting the Ukrainians to look at that time for George can't at the state department said that the short notice from the Ukrainians forced the state department to scramble to find a U. S. official to lead the delegation finally settling on secretary of energy record on may twentieth the date of presidents Lansky's inauguration vice president pence was in Jacksonville Florida for an event promoting US MCA finally on September twenty fifth president trump and presidents once you met during the United Nations General Assembly the two met without Ukraine ever taking action on investigations and according to ambassador Taylor there was no discussion of investigations during this meeting I will now turn to the second assertion that president trump withheld taxpayer funded security assistance to Ukraine as a way of pressuring Polanski to conduct these investigations here to the context is critically important president trump has been skeptical foreign assistance in general and believe quite strongly that our European allies should share more of the burden for regional defense that's an assertion he made on the campaign trail something he's raised consistently sense it's also important to note that U. S. security assistance is conditioned to countries around the world and that US aid including aid to Ukraine has been temporarily parked in the past for various reasons and even for no reason at all ambassador Volker testified the fifty five day pause on security assistance did not strike him as uncommon and that the pause was not significant doctor hill the state department official Kathryn Croft both testified that security assistance to Ukraine specifically had been temporarily paused in the past fact master David Hale the undersecretary of state for political affairs the third most senior person at the state department testified that the National Security Council launched a review of US foreign assistance across the world to make sure taxpayer dollars were spent in the national interest and to advance the principle of burden sharing by our allies doctor hill testified that as she was leaving the NSC in July there had been a directive for whole scale review of our foreign policy assistance she said there had been more scrutiny on security assistance as a result another important data point is president trump's willingness to take a stronger stance in supporting Ukraine against Russian aggression and and compared to the previous administration several witnesses testified to president trump's willingness to provide Ukraine with lethal defensive assistance javelin anti tank missiles was a substantial improvement a stronger.

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"To investigate allegations about twenty sixteen influence ambassador Taylor said for example that the allegations surprised and disappointed him on this record I do not believe that one could conclude that president trump had no legitimate basis to raise a concern about efforts by Ukrainians to influence the twenty sixteen election let me now turn to the first assertion that president trump with held a meeting with president Talansky as a way of pressuring him to investigate the former VP here it is important to note Ukraine's long profound history of endemic corruption several witnesses in the in Korea testified about these problems ambassador Marie Evanovich for example said Ukraine's corruption is not just prevalence but frankly is the system witnesses testified to having first hand knowledge the president trump is deeply skeptical of Ukraine due to its corruption dating back years and that this skepticism contributed to president trump's initial hesitancy to meet with president someone ski ambassador Volker testified so I know we had a very deep rooted skeptical view and my understanding at the time was that even though he agreed and the meeting that we had with him say okay I'll invite him all invite him he didn't really want to do it all process and that's why the meeting kept getting delayed another relevant sent a fax here is the effort of some Ukrainian officials to approach president trump's candidacy in the twenty sixteen election some of these Ukrainian politicians initially remaining government when president so once you took over witnesses testified that these Ukrainian efforts in twenty sixteen color how president trump view do crane it's also important note the president to list you as a relatively unknown quantity for U. S. policymakers ambassador Ivanovic called him an untried politicians doctor hill testified that there were concerns within the National Security Council about to Lansky's relationship with Igor Kollam whiskey a controversial oligarchy in Ukraine although president unless you ran.

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"talansky" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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12:05 min | 2 years ago

"talansky" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Is not the party of by and for the people it's a part is a party that has been and continues to be influenced by the foreign policy establishment in Washington represented by Alary Clinton and others foreign policy by the military industrial complex in other greedy corporate interests yeah it is called the the swamp it'll see that as Congress woman told to Gabbard who will Hillary Clinton would like you to believe is what a Russian mole maybe a Russian spy working with the Russians to try to take down the Democratic Party how are you friends I'm Sergio senses you're listening to the Danish show and Southern Command chiming in it is Dan is taking care of some personal business of today and tomorrow would love to speak to you about this circus this impeachment circuits is taking place in the C. I'll talk with you a little bit thanks to Steve for all the cats from the the debates for the snooze or of the Democrat party debate that took place last night what and how comical we get some delicious gets to share with you as well on the Democrat party debate last night for who was at MSNBC and what ball Washington post all right meantime let me just clear some of the calls on the has been hanging on like forever want to say something on on this impeachment circus has taken place and before that I take your calls at eight four four three four four Dana a four four three four four thirty to sixty two let me say this you have this on my notes here it is undeniable this is true its unmistakable truth and all these days of of so called intelligence committee house hearings have been taking place all these multiple witnesses that have come up how much time has been spent how much audio has been spliced in edited and repeated multiple witness says clearly stating there was no quid pro quo including ambassador to revive the **** that National Security Council guy Mister Morrison was named Jim Morrison good Volker no quid pro quo ambassador Gordon son that he came out swinging right he came out swinging yesterday all yeah I believe this quid pro quo and then Adam Schiff middle name full of it it takes a little break restroom break comes out speaks to the microphones with clear evidence that we've got that and then he gets slice and dice with the Republicans later in the day and as the Wall give back all of maybe it is a quick pro quo for a meeting at the White House with the president but beyond the whole financial thing vis a US government welfare check to Ukraine known no quid pro quo more on the real investigation for personal political benefit we'll talk more about that with you it's the investigation for personal political benefit no I'm not talking about the whole Ukraine thing and raise my and the bidens I'm talking about the Democrats a little circuits are holding right now for days now for their political benefit because they're gonna get it they will get that political benefit absolutely they're going to ring the bell history they will impeach and the U. S. outside the Democrat controlled sign they will impeach Donald Trump it's coming I nothing you can do to stop that they just gonna keep online online until they get their vote and put that into the Federal Register and into their into the history books but then my question is what you can do them how you gonna react president trouble not be removed from office he will be impeached by the US house talk line is eight four four three four four Dana made four four three four four thirty two C. sixty two into you from Danish Southern Command and McAllen Texas my name Sergio such that precinct you guys hang on well let me see we guess I can figure some families would have to say Keith is joining us from North Carolina I don't care great are you yeah I mean I got somebody which one say so just promises some politically in different here are really I think it's kind of funny are you Republicans Democrats hate each other entertaining Dallas sharp Yara you know he's not really my kind of guy yeah it you know he's a he's form so common to me okay very good for a prize personally I don't care for I have an autistic child when he did that thing or your style is now often that guy for me you know there's no need for that kind of behavior aside from that maybe people like that are better suited for political office that being said at my problem is that why do you Kerry it also it comes across guilt what else can we do a master dot frustratingly call tomorrow he's a stroke what do you want with a blank the wall he's not that I know nothing no quid pro quo nothin I just want to do to do the right thing how did who is instructor master negotiator what what what hang on hang on though I don't get it but how the cable did you want him to do I want him to do what he said on TV you said it's a job New York I heard come out of it is not his job to investigate corruption okay so now what is the address is there no more you know when I heard the old you know of any no I got your body not you know what I got from from that comment don't appreciate your phone call key the thanks for checking in you know what I got is he's gonna trust and I've got the the transcription from as reading through him during the break a bit more he's trusting the new talk show host a former talk show host president of Ukraine who've never been dog catcher before just like Donald Trump as a talk show host became president of the estates at he's going in there on a promise as has been testified by some these people at the so called intelligence committee hearings the president you can't could you crane went in there going Solomon was forced to admit it he went in there to to fight corruption to be transparent he said but also like to fight corruption he's trusting the president of Ukraine to do the right thing look into these matters look into all these rumors of how there that was you craning in force of the twenty sixteen election charisma and all these politicians are on the take more poorly they circle back to the United States of America through blood can first son of the former vice president wants to run he didn't say all these words but this corruption has to be looked into he trusted the present new president show host Talansky of Ukraine to do what's right for his country and for justice for the true that's what I heard he was let me let me go to Florida Terry joining us on the Danish was empty how are you doing Sergio good good Hey I was just like this now you people I went to the inauguration I've been to see president trump twice I camped out for thirty one hours when he was in Orlando in June I was twenty three feet from the president I've been closer Donald Trump most of the people that I I love it so yeah wearing your hat where you're sure put your bumper sticker on your cars in your trial get some manhood I wear my drum stuff everywhere I get no negative comments the only thing I get is storms up and people are pissed off at the Democrats wasting our money on all of this and it's gonna be a landslide for Donald J. trump is going to be about seven o'clock in twenty twenty and Rachel Maddow is going to be crying again yeah hi I'm there with him today Terry thanks thanks for the call yeah this is another waste of time the first one to the tune of tens and tens of millions of taxpayer dollars and this smaller investigation and now there's a what what Devin newness say right was this is the low rent continuation of another lie of the Bob Millar investigation the council of the talk line is eight four four three four four thirty to sixty two you are in tune with the Danish show I have the privilege and honor to be here for our friend Dana lashes strings thing here's a personal business and we can talk about all this impeachment we can talk about what's coming if the impeachment oil is coming like I told you there will be political consequences that will be suffering and there might be a lot of seats in these machine middle mmhm we're districts ago from data are are indeed back and forth those Democrats are vulnerable that's coming up next year as well let me stay in this a woman from four and we're going to Indiana now on the Danish Dan is joining us from Indiana was seventy yeah I guess local law so it really roll out all the politicians you could tell out mentally disturbed they actually all are specially the Democrats in this case what's what's the line just just watch them or what's really upsetting accepts that a lot of people in the United States is is a corruption and healthy but actually goes first of all yeah Ron and then all the sudden the trade towers are on the ground and then no mention of Enron yeah espy got sick but whatever and then you have the thing that went on out last the the ranchers reaching the constitution United States and that the F. B. I. in Oregon state police set up an ambush and that guy gets out of the truck they can fire with two women in it and all of a sudden they canning down in cold blood now this is serious stuff the policy should say or do what they want well the United States are getting sick and tired of it and make sure they get a compass up well we better check and see how many are then sold in this country yeah let me ask you something then because you're kind of hinting at one of the questions I I wrote down that really want to ask the national audience you think president trump should take up shifty chef Mister Adam Schiff middle name full of Hey can I think danceable see also send a season once and on the invitation to these back he settled Donald Trump going speaking from the intelligence committee good luck with that you think he should take them up on the invitation yes or no nothing's gone already done that I'm sorry go ahead go an answer they were quick to well I can only hope that they'll trip no matter who he was it is or will be yeah will actually be a good honest man and do what's right I hope that he claims I do believe he's a good honest man I'm I'm well there's no such thing as a good man if you look from king of Christian scripture respect no such thing as good but Donald Trump that what you see is what you get and he loves his country and he's not a.

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"talansky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:59 min | 2 years ago

"talansky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Actually apply in this case but will the bomb go off in the Senate what changed is that the trump appointee who told you crane that military aid was dependent on an answering an investigation into the Biden Senate twenty sixteen election conspiracy theory now admits it Gordon Solomon and after to the E. U. first denied delivering that message in sworn testimony before the house impeachment investigators but he has now issued a revised statement that says he did in a September first meeting with Ukrainian president a presidential site with Ukrainian presidential aide Andre your Max on the now says quote I now recall speaking individually with Mr you're not where I said resumption of USA with likely not occur until Ukraine provided the public anti corruption statement that we had been discussing for many weeks unquote and what were those discussions over many weeks well son but had also testified to this time line that began in may quote it started S. talked to Rudy than others talked to Rudy corruption was mention then as time went on then let's get the Ukrainians to give a statement about corruption and then no corruption isn't enough we need to talk about the twenty sixteen election and the various much investigations on quote the reason as you know by now means the bidens hunter Biden was on the board and silence revised statement yesterday adds another important piece quote I also recall some question as to whether the public statement could come from the newly appointed Ukrainian prosecutor general rather than from president so Lansky directly I came to understand that in fact the public statement would need to come directly from president so Lansky himself on quote so we now have the most directly involved trump appointee at the admitting to what the Democrats are calling the bribery or extortion scheme John Bolton called a drug deal according to the testimony by trump appointee Fiona hill to solicit a TV sound bite from a foreign head of state announcing an investigation of Joe Biden the leading democratic presidential hopeful or Ukraine won't get military aid that Congress had approved to protect them from Russian aggression the facts are becoming indisputable but will that matter politically and showed it to whether the president is actually removed from office our guest is the editor of National Review rich Lowry who is argue previously that what trump did here was wrong but should not result in impeachment or removal from office which also has a new book that will talk about separately later in the segment called the case for nationalism how it made us powerful United and free rich thanks so much for coming on thanks femigra is the Gordon Sunland reversal a bomb shell according to you I think it's a bomb shell but I think we've had the basic lay of the land here for a while the call was inappropriate all the pros listening in on the call were freaked out it's been a mistake to say it's perfect because it gives Democrats the easy layup consolation well here's another insider whose freaked out about the call only got another one for you and it do we mention here is yet another one and then clearly from the beginning you know there's not a explicit quid pro quo on the call but it's suggestive and certainly suggestive when combined with the unexplained withholding of the cranium aid and as we learn more in these opening statements and now these depositions it's B. become clear at that the aid was used to squeeze the Ukrainians to try to get these investigations and as soon as we saw bill Taylor the ambassador Ukraine's opening statement directly contradicting sun sunlight on some important things clear Sunland his his testimony was not credible yeah cleaning up to do and what he did yes because it was made up because he was afraid of perjury actually right lying to Congress charges yeah so there's a it's just it's hard to believe that you forget the kind of conversation he claims that he forgot so anyway this this is this improper I don't think it should be defended I don't think the facts should be denied I think the white house Republicans are creating problems for themselves by doing that it's just the end of the day do I think this justifies impeachment and removal I don't he said on meet the press on Sunday you need the enormity of the offense to match that severe and unprecedented punishment and even if this was improper and I think aliments of it were I don't think it reaches that level and after going son Linda take it from your first answer that that's still your belief yeah because I'm not shocked by someone's revelation because this this close something like this was was going on and I would just need to realize impeachment and removal son presidents literally never happened in our history I think the best case for Democrats as well you know you guys impeach Clinton and the house without any really help removing him so we're gonna do the same thing but I I thought that was part of the point though with close his position prior to last month or so which is we're not gonna do a parts impeachment because it you know as a censure vote with a lot of bells and whistles but I think the removal part it's not just that it overturns partially overturned selection that's always true in this case your short circuiting a reelection that has a really plausible chance of winning and I think that's different I think as a practical matter it should make the standard even a little bit higher and if that were to happen if you were to be removed you have tens of millions Americans not accepting the result and there's no way to me and makes are poisonous political debate in this country any better so it matters to you that Nixon was forced to resign because of Watergate after his reelection Bill Clinton was impeached by the house after his reelection the fact that we would be only months away from the public being able to weigh in on Donald Trump makes a big difference to you in this case yeah as a practical political matter obviously this isn't a cost it's not a constitutional standard doesn't doesn't address this at all I just think it as a practical matter it should weigh and you know the the the problem of the other day here is trump has problem problem separating himself from his office he doesn't think institutionally doesn't think constitutionally that's a problem it's also something that's not new or wasn't foreseeable in twenty sixteen and people acted them anyway and I think they should have the opportunity to do it again or not Democrats are increasingly arguing that the enormity of the offense does rise to that level because for one thing bribery is one of the two crime specified in the constitution as worthy of impeachment and this looks like bribing president Talansky with military ID in a White House meeting or soliciting a bribe as our guest yesterday in a style described it soliciting a bribe from salen ski of that announcement about bite in and twenty sixteen is it not bribery or it's legal twin extortion to you I those arguments they they just seem to be Brian to be trying to boot strap up the gravity of the offense via metaphor you know it's a or actual a bribe bribe it you you would have to make metaphor in a B. Evans to everyone and why is it a better for though if it were if Gordon Sunland and you know others were out there saying we'll give you this if you give us that because horse trading in a certain level is in the building he was right about this horse trading isn't an element of high level diplomacy when you know with that argument goes that horse trading is an element of high level diplomacy when it has to do with policy and the interests of the countries involved not at all the jet in it when it has to do with the personal political fortunes of the president yes another so that I agree with but if the argument is that just the nature of a trade is a bribe then a lot of diplomacy as a bride so that's where I think that argument falls down if your are you in this is an improper horse trading that I agree with but I don't but that does make it a bra but that to you know put a pin in it why doesn't that make it a bribe under the constitution because all of a huge amount of diplomacy would be abroad when trump you know you go to the mall they needs press conference when he says well trumps is squeeze Central America by withholding their aid to get them to change their migration policy that by the standard would also be a bride so it's so it that argument means again a lot of diplomacy is elicit and illegal under our standards and that's that makes no sense to me that this particular ask was improper because there was no significant public interest in it that I'm on board with you also said on meet the press I just don't think we're moving him would actually at the end of the day be good for the country it would blow a hole of legitimacy in the center of our national politics that would take years to heal the one expand on that legitimacy or years to heal argument yeah I you know I think obviously we live in a time with a lot of populist passions we've seen it on the right with Donald Trump we've seen it on the left with Bernie Sanders and others and our institutions are under stress and their legitimacy is in doubt and in question more than ever before and there is a big dose of not to skepticism but paranoia about our governing elite so if you had you know twenty Republican senators deciding to just short circuit the the election and dump him you wouldn't have the other be huge on the Republican Party this just wouldn't accept it and say this is kind of a I hate this word but a clue and why can you just let him run a let the people decide and I I think that would have that would be a poison in our public life for one thing they say it's not a coup because Mike pence would become the president not Hillary Clinton yeah so again this goes back to the point I said partially overturning election so you're you're ousting the elected president but you're at the vice presentation when he was elected to so it's not like Hillary Clinton becomes president so that's true but your short circuiting and an election that trump has you know I don't know it is thirty forty fifty percent chance of winning and I do think that makes a difference and the Democrats increasingly see leading trump get away with the corruption as they would see it of the presidency for his personal advantage as the bigger risk for blowing a hole in the legitimacy of our national politics to use your phrase why would that not be that according to you well I I'm a big believer actually that Congress should be more protective and jealous of its powers and it's private is than it has been for decades I have no problem with them because making enormous fuss over this I have no problem with public hearings have no problem with the investigation I have no problem with you know a scandal on par with Iran contra Brian those old us those who are old enough to remember that is somewhat similar you know they're back channel at the back channels involved and if you know the big public hearings that against the Reagan administration was subverting the will of Congress on aid to the Nicaraguan Kong contras and you know illegal hostages for weapons deal with Iran that was because Reagan and his people saw it as in the US national interest right so different from truck trump not caring about the US national interest and just trying to do something for his a focal point here is I don't have a problem with the Congress making a big deal of it is just impeaching as a practical matter it they're not actually can remove him despite our discussion of of removal so what they're going to do is impeach him and he very well may be in peach and win reelection so what does that do the impeachment power one two Nancy plus he has to have the foresight to realize here this ends an enormous celebration for Donald Trump justifiably or not he's gonna get acquitted in the Senate you can have a rally on the south lawn of the White House so I'm just not sure going down this path even service the Democrats interest in holding him accountable it's true the impeachment will be you know part is weak wikipedia entry going forward but and it's not it's not as though he's going to have his tail between his legs after this you brought up around contrast the compassion many dams which a this is so much worse than Watergate which was covering up a single campaign break in or Bill Clinton lying under oath about sex even just the crane part is worth worse still say but also that it continues a pattern of abusing its power and obstructing justice as he tried to do and all those instances in the mall report criminal stuff that repeated the spirits of the rule of law in this strong man unamerican kind of way are you arguing that it's not that serious I am are you it's not that serious but it's but it's improper that's that's that's where I am a Brian again because but you wanna like honest comparisons because certainly we're hearing that from the Democrats I think if you want to go to the the mall or pro the the comparison I come back to was the order or the purported order there's an argument about what it actually was to don McGann and the White House counsel to effectively fire earth sideline Robert Muller trump has this conversation with McGann whatever was exactly said began takes it as as a directive to go after Miller thinks about it you know I don't think.

"talansky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"talansky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You live on on to DAB digital radio deliver going into the start of European trading we got a couple of political stories the impeachment the story and the U. S. A. gets D. paddle so Hey in the U. K. expecting a boy still since come out with the backstop plan us today possibly which the Irish have already said not not going to work on that one and of course what was absolutely you can take your eyes off it really was the critics we suppress conference about an hour ago where they will well the the the chairman was saying they regret what happened in terms of the surveillance of con when he was doing to to to move across town and the consequences of that have been office he struck because see I was resigned yeah a date and then concerned about the reputational Impacto credit suites will delve into the outlook for the stock price in just a moment but more broadly but in terms of the market opened just a minute into trading you're so six hundred county a tenth of one percent we did have futures pointing high for both the European equities and the U. S. indeed the fifty one hundred at gaining straight out for the back of the tenth of one percent and the set of dice up three tenths of one percent of these assume reasonably strong gains that she the stones of October for European equity markets what we had so it was opposed to trading day the the we can't Japanese yen down a tenth of one percent have boosted the topic this morning by nine tenths of one percent but we do have whole Colin China as she closed for holidays and we'll talk more about the China holiday in a moment in the celebrations that fiber that had sort of lead to slightly it'd less trading oversee in Asia eight times of the the fixed income markets another thing out of Japan this morning J. G. B.'s a negative fifty basis points of right now are you headed higher we had this west than expected week Dimond for the ten year note sent to Japan and that we do. Dr European yields at this morning with native fifty five basis points for German but yields also one and a half basis points and US youth spike higher up four basis points almost one spot seven percent that we waiting CPI numbers out of the year is it so that's the key one to watch for market let's have a look a little look at what stocks for us to watch this morning bugs you I'm pulses joined us live in a London street yes I even first will obviously Credit Suisse I mean we've been keeping an eye on the press conference we've heard some pretty startling things what's happening in in terms over the share price where it's going yes we were voting on Bloomberg radio could he sweeps operating off to a party of the PLO Gambia as businesses morning quits in the wake of this spying scandals be rocking Swiss finest any developments on this exciting story out of Zurich today the investigation found that CO two John C. M. approved did not approve of the shattering of the former the executive basing see how far up the management chain this goes and how investors will react save all this has just opened up a talk show up five tenths of one percent in order for us to just leave so what he said he's going down well what about KPM because they blamed it inside and out as CEO off to their first aid kit was hit by a bus of internal champro. yes a a company inside of taking the top job the telecoms and IT provide those companies names fifty four year old used fall work as the new TV that he's currently the C. O. R. this means that the company's dropping its former choice for the job as you say are the boss government a tough job layoffs continue cutting costs and funny fresh revenue streams of the Dutch company so far consolidation in the dark side of the street has not been enough to ease the competitive pressures facing the business company says opening just that down a touch so so but I'm one tenth of one percent and finally with leave press clean the brexit news I'm kidding with reaching for a past is because Greg's third quarter sales have gone up twelve point four percent yes some on the face of pretty decent numbers from the U. K. food take a business Greg's upcoming describes trading as very strong as you say third quarter sales up twelve point four percent coming because that recent success with its vegan a sausage roll trading from seventeen hundred stores around the country that was too far away from a Greg's outlook itself fully outlook remains unchanged and sting on breaks it to Greg says is preparing a by building stocks of key ingredients and equipment that could be affected by any of breaks its destruction try to be considerate I have actually was using all units going on was not that keen. he said possibly more appealing to actual vegans I suspect in the. can I see how I'd say yeah State Bank on the vegan sources go just out of the mix itself yes and yeah but they've that be a great great thing very well at the moment will he be clearly health seeking you in parks the hooks realize you're familiar with this okay so there's all the stocks to watch at this morning what is moving in the mall kids hi but let's also took you through some of the other big stories this morning we mentioned Credit Suisse the chief operating officer having resigned as the bank released the findings of its probe into the spying scandal now as he took responsibility for the surveillance all of the snow bank eight ball con that books the world of Swiss finance the bank this morning saying that there's no indication that the chief executive to chance you have approved the move Credit Suisse adding that the incident has because of a reputational damage a motor credit Suisse's chairman that we were listening to this one is just an hour ago saying that there was no cultural problem the bank also note that the biggest investors a credit squeeze what backing of the existing management team they didn't want to see big changes a house that is an explanation of why the shepherds is gonna pleasing at least that one of the investors we had from meanwhile in Washington Donald trump's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani secretary state Mike Pompeii our end to the Attorney General William Barr have all been drawn deeper into the house impeachment inquiry more from Bloomberg month bills Rudy Giuliani has been subpoenaed by Congress for records of his dealings with Ukraine on trump's behalf and secretary Pompey was among those listening in on the July twenty fifth phone call between trump and Ukrainian president Talansky according to a person familiar with the matter The New York Times reports that trump recently asked Australian prime minister Scott Marcin to assist Attorney General William Barr was looking into the origins of the investigation of Russia's meddling in the twenty sixteen election as president trump seeks to discredit findings of the molar probe of Russian election interference there was a lot of corruption having to do with the twenty sixteen election against us and. we want to get to the bottom and it's very important we do mark mills Bloomberg daybreak Europe. meanwhile Hey in the U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson will unveil his new brakes it planned to E. U. leaders today the key for Johnson will be the reception that this new plan receives on both sides of the channel but the reported blueprint has already been dismissed by the Dixie Irish prime minister Johnson is still promising to deliver brexit on the thirty first of October with or without a deal so most people say this could be the moments of the house but it has to get on with the Irish because it's the backstop issue that serve the core of it and as we said Michael at some company the are to be prime minister has said that each unknown stones records on quote now in top corporate news we work has formally withdrew in its camps of a boat fundraising efforts because the top executive his job we will now have to look elsewhere to find new capital the office space company could run out of cash as soon as next spring the two new co CEOs a weighing possible stuff cuts and asset sales okay this oval top stories this morning let's get over to predict Aaron said he has the latest local news.

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"Of course impeachment you gonna get away from it in Washington the headlines on that now three of the most senior members of the trump administration Arlen and all being investigated by the Democrats in relation to what seems an ever widening area of investigation yeah absolutely and of course this just a week ahead of the US China trade told says a that is something for the markets to think about a factor because China and Hong Kong markets are now closed for the holiday Susan clients before we get the US China trade discussions in terms of the west the markets this morning Asian stocks off to a good start on the first day of the month as well my food tens of one percent on the embassy I Asia Pacific a week again has boosted the topics of wealth by eight tenths of one percent on the topics right now the Japanese yen trading at one away sport eighteen so we can also attend the pumps and now the new Japanese sales tax higher sales tax comes into effect this Tuesday and Japan also has seen his weakest Amman for a ten year note auction since twenty sixteen so that Sir something worthy of note for the bond markets in terms of a year of the J. G. B.'s out negative fourteen basis points are actually up by almost six and a half basis points at this morning US youth also gaining three and a half basis point at one spot seven percent as full of the futures market is looking ahead to the US market open we've been gaining particularly for. the nasdaq up half of one percent and the S. and P. five hundred even if it is also up by three tenths of one percent said this the markets right let's cross in Singapore where David Finnessey for the markets live team joins us live today very good morning to you the other day their decision that some will fall to be hokey Scott was a cop maybe not okay and that send the OC Dublin to whip so what happened yeah it was such an interesting situation because a lot of people would show how this is compiled as some people feel they may not come out even though the tightest wanted it but it wides ended up happening was they did come up and this she did know what he goes he owes you that pain and then one of allowing such get the text of the coming out and they said the governor love the fed to a chance to turning the economy was sounded of C. sort of quite that they may not be normal cuts of the Aussie then validate it approach sixty seven eighty was my big question expiry lead which expires today those sell orders came in very quickly and passed it back down again and they will happen move the techs came out and you start reading between the lines particularly see the whole takes the very last paragraph is often the key thing is some very very minor tweaks but in that's what they that takes with a look at the base of the policy the easy seven they've added the words full employment in that because of a long way away from full employment the markets now guide aha we think they'll be another rate cut and already by the next to me teens expert thank spect team about a seventy day sent chills over right but not the next meeting by the second meeting in December okay so yes more because the competency from the VA serviceable sixty seven zero eight to for the is you don't know right now so I see we can six tenths of one percent off to all be a decision what is the all the kind of impact in terms of the markets today because we got some big numbers coming out imitated the US I send data and then hearing you we can be watching the U. S. A. N. C. P. I figure which is out at ten AM to take you picked a fight what was. can it be bigger from. well this certainly both big pieces of dates I think if I had to pick one for me personally the ice and data and the reason being that we know the yours and day to school quite weak and that's the judgments of the U. S. M. C. P. I. Titus not supposed to be increased by about one percent year over year which still adds that case of easy they they because it could come even allow it was at the case but it's spacey said okay we we information support but we only know that was I think the ice and database quite interesting some this contraction expense recalls for fifty and it goes back into contraction me then I think very quickly post like that because we definitely need that right if it came out be expectation said it's very quickly what do we need that right cut December so I think that's going to add more evidence argument for one case of the other for the bulls so bad as terms of rate cuts as we move forward to the ice of data I think is the more interesting of the two David thanks so much they would finish the van out for real time market country now says check I'm all his life M. L. IV the terminal okay some breaking lines of for you on the Brubeck terminal right now the credit Swiss chairman is speaking at a press conference in Zurich about the spying scandal he's saying that he negotiated cons exit from the bank the credits we stem to say that it was wrong to order Khan observation so accepting as a responsibility saying that it was wrong to to be observing ache Paul Kahn and the credit squeeze him and say he was informed by Khan and Tim about the row between I guess between the two of them that means he's giving this press conference now at intuit com will bring you lines from that as it comes because it's occurring on currently in Zurich and we'll get further information I guess all in the next hour or so about what their take his own list meanwhile to Washington with Donald trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani the secretary of state Mike Pompeii and the Attorney General William Barr have all now being drawn deeper into the house impeachment inquiry more from Bloomberg among men. Rudy Giuliani has been subpoenaed by Congress for records of his dealings with Ukraine on trump's behalf and secretary Pompey was among those listening in on the July twenty fifth phone call between trump and Ukrainian president Talansky according to a person familiar with the matter The New York Times reports that trump recently asked Australian prime minister Scott Marcin to assist Attorney General William Barr was looking into the origins of the investigation of Russia's meddling in the twenty sixteen election as president trump seeks to discredit findings of the molar probe of Russian election interference there was a lot of corruption having to do with the twenty sixteen election against us and we want to get to the bottom and it's very important we do mark mills Bloomberg daybreak Europe okay so that's US politics meanwhile Hey in the U. K. the promise of boys stones and will unveil his new brakes it planned to E. U. D. does today that's according to The Daily Telegraph the key for Johnson will be the reception that the new plan receives on both sides of the channel but the reported blueprint has already been dismissed by the deputy Irish prime minister Johnson is still promising to deliver breaks it on the thirty first of October with or without a deal we waited for some time for the plans from the government around the Irish backstop but apparently we will get those later today all right let's go straight back to zero because the credit squeeze channels all gone on has been speaking about the whole issue to do with the call on a surveillance he said that the observation comes out of proportion that he negotiated comes exit from the bank and that the CEO he's on T. M. has the full confidence of the board that's pretty important let's hear a little bit from the chairman now to translate the necessary measures. this is not been easy considering the sick if I can contributions that the colleagues involved in this matter have maids to our bank over the last years and that is something we will not forget even in this moment. but this is the only way that we can focus on our strategic objectives and operational business again the crazies group is in the best position to continue to build upon the significant strategic and operational improvements achieved over the last four years with this leadership leadership team with teaching him. before I give the floor to John Tyner I would like to address one. who's been speaking at the press conference that live in zero it will bring you all the lines from that as they come through but addressing the scandal of course about the observation the surveillance over Mister Khan and the consequences of that which is involved the CEO in fact stepping down this morning yeah it does say is apologize to to the family of eight ball Khan saying that the credit see seven say that the fines reputation has suffered say those lines of from that's a press conference okay let's across have enough to be lazy and Garrett's his fist on the box to go to the latest in global news good morning good morning cara nine Chinese president she's in pain has kicked off a massive military parade to mark seventy years of communist rule he pledged complete national unity is protest is in Hong Kong plan even more demonstrations books so if you come a region in Hong Kong joins us saying you and cools way pay way protest is all starting to mount well can you see. tens of thousands of people have the. rally by police as we mark the October national day which is a great start he. you can see how the military parade one of several markets across the city in Hong Kong Eileen. and how and why we have not seen. right. in other. we're very energetic. of the Hong Kong. and did you have. including family with their children today. please significant amount to it today's parade that you touched on. he didn't being with that military parade featured some kind of advance. including ballistic missiles and warplanes and he also in it highlight hi hi the mainland and what a territory like Hong Kong and I'm not how. for holding all of the one hundred fifty. principal. I mean earlier on Monday. he Nancy. the whole. of the country. let's see if you can the region thank you very much so he's in causeway bay they you can hear lots of noise as protesters begin to March we'll bring you that story as it breaks throughout the morning in other news John Bolton says the US constantly pretend North Korea is making progress towards denuclearize station the former national security adviser says Kim sill known will never give up his nuclear stockpile it seems to me clear that the DPRK has not made a strategic decision to give up its nuclear weapons. define key claims by president trump and Mike Pompeii you both and says that Kim will keep pressing for sanctions relief while holding on to its nuclear program elsewhere US secretary of state Mike Pompeii was heading to easily is this first visit since prime minister Decepticon tape form did you pray European coalition books John for lane reports the two are expected to discuss Iran Venezuela and ties with China the U. S. is expressed concern at contests previous administration volunteering for Beijing's Belton road infrastructure project Pompeii always also due to meet with pope Francis in the Vatican in Rome John for nine good that day break Europe am hurries political crisis has deepened after president Monson Vizcarra dissolved Congress saying the body was blocking his anti corruption measures the opposition run Congress and voted to suspend the president naming Peru's vice president as the new leader but officials said they move was fully as the chamber had already been placed label needs twenty four hours a day on average tictoc on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred ten listen on the symbol of the one hundred twenty countries I'm Liane gallons.

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"College coming up the latest on the impeachment inquiry and how it's going down with the Republicans and Democrats in California good morning how different is the political landscape and it was just a day ago the same house committees are investigating the president but the house speaker now calls it a formal impeachment inquiry on morning edition from NPR news. only two U. S. presidents have ever been impeached a third Richard Nixon was on his way there during Watergate when he resigned I knew well king and I'm Steve Inskeep we ask a former Watergate prosecutor what is different today. also U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson returns home in defeat while he was out his country's Supreme Court blocked his move to suspend parliament and Placido Domingo calls often appearance at the met today is Wednesday September twenty fifth the actor Will Smith is fifty one years old today. the news is next. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim Kane U. S. house is now officially conducting an impeachment inquiry into president trump later today trump is expected to release a transcript of his July twenty fifth phone call with the president of Ukraine conversation that prompted a federal whistle blower to raise a red flag leading to official impeachment proceedings from kia of NPR's Lucy and Kim reports the Ukrainian leader is confident about his planned meeting with trump later today Ukrainian president bulletin there's a Lynskey sin video statement from New York City expects of great relations with the US and that he expects to invite president trump Ukraine during their meeting today a whistle blower in the US government filed a complaint following a July twenty fifth phone call in which trump reportedly pressured Talansky into launching an investigation into former vice president Joe Biden well from a city will release a transcript of that phone call so let's get told CNN the conversation is private and confidential NPR's leucine can British lawmakers have savaged prime minister Boris Johnson as parliament resumed following it's illegal suspension NPR's Frank Lankford reports from London opposition lawmakers unleash their fury on Johnson's government the day after the U. K. Supreme Court dealt the prime minister a severe blow saying you've broken the law by shutting down parliament for five weeks very sure mental legislator with labor the main opposition party when after Jeffrey **** the country's Attorney General who had backed the suspension or prorogation in parliamentary parlance shot.