35 Burst results for "Three Times"

Mississippi grand jury declines to indict woman in Emmett Till killing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Mississippi grand jury declines to indict woman in Emmett Till killing

"A grand jury in Mississippi declined to indict the white woman whose accusations set off the lynching of black teenager Emmett Till in 1955 The grand jury determined there was insufficient evidence to indict Carolyn Bryant donham for kidnapping and manslaughter Relatives told the AP till had whistled at the white woman Historian Timothy Tyson read the now 87 year old donham unpublished memoir Her husband brought Emmett Till to her at two 30 in the morning and wanted to her to identify him that she said it wasn't him three times And then she said Emmett Till flashed me a strange smile and

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Barack Obama Was the First President to Weaponize the IRS

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 2 d ago

Barack Obama Was the First President to Weaponize the IRS

"Back to the early days of the Obama administration, you had the Tea Party rising up. Remember that the Tea Party rose up you had these this grassroots effort to try and defeat the ObamaCare law. And Obama summoned Lois learner to The White House and told her to go after all of these Tea Party groups to start investigating these people. And they did. Barack Obama was the first president to weaponize the Internal Revenue Service. I was working at Fox News channel at the time. I had switched over by then I had switched over and I was a commentator, so I was they were paying me for my opinion at Fox. And one day I get a letter from the Internal Revenue Service. And they said, you are going to be audited. First time in my life that I had faced an Internal Revenue Service audit. And the next year I got another audit. And so I went to, I went to the folks, the powers that be at Fox News, and I said, hey, look, you know, what's going on here? Can you guys help me out? Because when you get audited, what do you have to do? Well, you have to go out and hire an accountant. Got to get yourself an attorney. You don't want to be, you don't want to be facing off against the IRS by yourself. So your fork and over a lot of money. To try and work all of this out. And so I asked Fox, what's going on here? And they said, get in line, pal. They're coming after all of us. So not only were they going after the Tea Party groups, they were also going after conservative journalist. During the Obama years, I was audited three times. Three times. Cleared every single time. But it cost me time, it cost me effort. It cost me money. It cost me aggravation.

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Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 d ago

Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's

"Jesse Chavez blew a three zero lead in the 9th inning before Taylor ward sacrifice fly in the tenth gave the angels a four three win against the Mariners Max Stassi smacked a two run Homer in the knife to put Anaheim up by three but Seattle scored three times in the bottom half Capped by ty France's two run single Chavez got the wind with help from Jimmy hergatz spotless tenth Pablo Sandoval was in line to get his first win since May 22nd after limiting the M's to three hits over 5 and a third innings Paul C Walt fell to three and three I'm Dave fairy

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Mancini hits 2 HRs, Astros roll past Guardians 9-3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Mancini hits 2 HRs, Astros roll past Guardians 9-3

"ASTRO's newcomer Trey Mancini was the hitting star in their 9 three route of the guardians Mancini drove in 5 with a pair of homers including his first career Grand Slam He's homered three times in four games since being acquired from the Orioles on Monday The Astros played without manager dusty baker who learned before game time that he had tested positive for COVID-19 Farmer Valdez's ten and four after yielding three runs and 7 hits over 6 and a third innings Hunter gaddis lost his major league debut yielding 8 runs over three and a third I'm Dave ferry

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Strider, Rosario power Braves to 13-1 rout of Phillies

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Strider, Rosario power Braves to 13-1 rout of Phillies

"Spencer strider struck out a career high 13 is a brave buster on the Phillies to win their fourth straight 13 one Strider beef Phillies for the third time this season going 6 and two thirds giving up one run on three hits It's good to see the spider play well but also hung one with two shirts and to haul and now he hit the double so not all of them are great but yeah it's good good night overall Philly's manager rob Thompson's strategy for a bullpen game was foiled by Eddie Rosario as 5 RBIs and homers by Orlando RCI and Marcelo zuna The braves halted the Phillies four game winning streak as they moved within two and a half of the mets Jim Hart Atlanta

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Mets win 7th in a row; Soto homers in possible Nats swansong

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Mets win 7th in a row; Soto homers in possible Nats swansong

"Pete Alonso and Francisco Lindor homered and Max Scherzer pitched into the 7th inning to improve his record to 7 and two as the mets meet the national 7 to three Alonzo blasted his 7th home run in the third off starter and lose her Patrick Corbin and Lindor hit a three run shot in the 6th as the mets won their 7th straight What makes me the happiest is our ability to hit with two strikes and then after we're done with that we come to dugout we talk about it You know we help each other out Juan Soto Homer didn't walk three times in what could be his last game with the nationals as the trade deadline comes up on Tuesday Craig heist Washington

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Carrasco, Lindor lead Mets past Marlins 4-0 for 5th straight

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Carrasco, Lindor lead Mets past Marlins 4-0 for 5th straight

"Carlos Carrasco earned his 100th career win in the Met's Homer three times in their 5th straight victory Four zero at Miami Carrasco scattered four hits over 7 and two thirds becoming the 8th Venezuelan hurler to reach 100 wins Gives me a lot you know I've been doing it for a long time You just get in a hundred way and you set me a lot and even more about it Again with this special group right here they go out there every day to play hard for us and I couldn't do it without them man Francisco Lindor had three hits including his 17 film run of the year Jeff McNeil and JD Davis also went deep for the mets I'm Dave ferry

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Reyes has three hits, Castro HRs, Tigers beat Blue Jays 4-2

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Reyes has three hits, Castro HRs, Tigers beat Blue Jays 4-2

"The tigers allowed just four hits in a four two victory over the Blue Jays Brian Garcia became the 15th different pitcher to start for Detroit this season allowing two runs over three and two thirds will best retired four batters to get the win The Blue Jays lost all star right hander Alec manoa in the 6th inning after he was hit on the right elbow by Jonathan scopes comebacker The team said x-rays revealed no fracture Harold Castro provided a two run single Willie Castro homered for the second straight game and Victor Reyes had three hits for the tigers Matt Chapman homeward for the third time in two games but the Jays lost for the second time in three games since the 7 game winning streak I'm Dave ferry

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Dinesh and Debbie Reflect on Their Meeting With Trump

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | Last week

Dinesh and Debbie Reflect on Their Meeting With Trump

"Debbie and I along with our partner, our business partner Bruce schooly, our friend, we were we saw we saw former president Trump. Now this wasn't in Florida at Mar-a-Lago, which is kind of close this time of year. It was at the Trump golf course in bedminster, New Jersey, right across from New York City. And what was your impression of how, well, just how Trump looked as compared to the times we've seen them before. He looked very relaxed, you know, he was this really chill and funny as ever. I mean, listen. he didn't have a career in being an entrepreneur, he could have been a comedian. Well, the thing about Trump is I don't know, this may be partly a function of age. He sometimes will tell the same story more than once. Now listen, Reagan did exactly the same thing. In fact, Reagan would tell the same story. Well, that's just because you know why it's because they talk to so many people. You do the, you do it too. What? I was trying to make this a feature. The story, but okay. And I do it too. But no, it's just that here's the thing, is he talks to so many people that he forgets who he tells the story to. And so he doesn't talk to us that often. I mean, maybe we've met him maybe four or 5 times, you know? And so he doesn't know that. He talks to a lot of people. And so he doesn't know who he tells me. Well, the point I was trying to make is that with Trump is that normally when you hear the same story, the second time or at least the third time, you inwardly roll your eyes, which means that you don't publicly acknowledge that you've heard it before. But, you know, you're inwardly you're like, I've heard it before. But with Trump, he is such an amusing way of telling him. And he tells it differently. Yeah. He doesn't say the exact same way. Like, there are people that tell the story the exact same way every time. He doesn't. He does a little bit of a different take every time we hear him. So, but he's just hilarious.

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Schwarber, Wheeler power Phillies to 8-7 win over Pirates

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Schwarber, Wheeler power Phillies to 8-7 win over Pirates

"Kyle schwarber and Zach Wheeler starred in the Phillies 8 7 win over the pirates Schwarber belted his national league leading 32nd Homer a three run shot that put the fills ahead 7 zero in the 6th inning Wheeler blank the box until Cal Mitchell's two run Homer in the 7th Wheeler allowed just two other hits over 7 frames Nick Castellanos had three of the Phillies 15 hits As Philly won for the third time in four games Pittsburgh scored 5 times in the knife before sir Anthony Dominguez got the final out for his 6th save Zack Thompson was tagged for 7 runs at 11 hits over 5 and two thirds I'm Dave ferry

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Senator Angus King: There Is No Excuse for Uvalde

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:50 min | Last week

Senator Angus King: There Is No Excuse for Uvalde

"I got to ask you about you've Aldi, but I want to preface this by saying you're an Abbott guy. I'm an avid guy, the governor is going to win handily. Beto is not the answer for protection. I don't know how many questions. You got to beat him like three times and then maybe he'll go away, but you've all the seared into people's mind. 400 law enforcement officers. You are yourself. Law enforcement officer. What happened? You know, it was a, it was a catastrophe. The things that make good law enforcement are good training, good recruitment, good supervision, well funded law enforcement. They had none of that and Yuval. If you picture everything that goes wrong, it's an embarrassment to the law enforcement community. A humiliation and it's a tragedy of tragedies. And we are going to do everything we can to make sure that that never, ever happens again now. I'm just telling you, we can make those schools. We can lock them up. We can make them prisons. And someone will stand across the street and shoot with a rifle into the playground. They'll run to the bus, jump on the bus, they'll go to the football games. There's always ways people can do things. But our job is to make it as tough a target as possible to have as good and well trained school, personnel to deal with it, and to make sure that we got law enforcement that knows how to deal with that. When I was first became a cop, the deal was, if you had an active shooter, you secured the perimeter, and then you waited for S.W.A.T.. That was the job. That's not the way it's been sent Columbine. These officers dealt with it like it was pre Columbine. They did not go in. I have no idea why. If you and I had been there with no law enforcement training, we'd have been busting out the wind to doing something. But those officers, there's a time when as an officer, you know, you go in and you may be shot as the first one going in, you may be shot as a second one going in, but that third one or whatever is going to take out that shooter and save those children. That's what should have happened, and there is no excuse at all.

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Brewers rally in 8th for wild 10-9 victory over Rockies

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brewers rally in 8th for wild 10-9 victory over Rockies

"The brewers scored three times in the bottom of the 8th to come out on top against the rockies ten to 9 Andrew McCutchen's tie breaking two run double capped the rally after rowdy to less supplied an RBI single Hunter renfrow homered for the third straight day and Tyrone Taylor also went deep as the brewers beat the rockies for the 8th straight time Colorado scored once in the 9th and had the tying run on first when Josh hader got the final out The outcome gives the NL central leading brewers at two and a half game lead over the Cardinals I'm Dave

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Dodgers rally for 7-4 win over Giants, sweep 4 from rivals

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dodgers rally for 7-4 win over Giants, sweep 4 from rivals

"The divers completed a four game sweep by scoring three times in the 8th inning of a 7 four downing of the Giants Jake lamb doubled home the tie breaking run helping the Dodgers earn their 8th consecutive win and 15th in their last 16 games That last pitch two strikes I just tried to get my foot down early and I was just trying to shoot a ball to the 6 hole Trace Thompson and Gavin Lux had two RBIs a piece to help LA overcome a mediocre start by Clayton Kershaw Just really great team win by everybody except me Darren ruff hit a tying two run Homer in the 5th and tyro Estrada had a two run single for the Giants I'm Dave

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Gomes, Smyly help lift Cubs to three-game sweep of Phillies

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gomes, Smyly help lift Cubs to three-game sweep of Phillies

"The cubs have a four game winning streak after completing a three game sweep of the Phillies four three The cubs Homer three times as they completed their first three game sweep in Philadelphia since July 2000 Jan Gomes furnished two of the three round trippers and Nelson Velazquez also went deep Drew smiley retired his first 14 batters before Bryson Scott doubled and scored on Alex bohm's single to left It was the only run allowed by smiley who surrendered just four hits over 6 innings David Robertson notched his 14th save in Bailey falter took the laws Garrett Stubbs homeward for the fills I'm Dave

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Pollock helps White Sox top Guardians 5-4 for DH split

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pollock helps White Sox top Guardians 5-4 for DH split

"The guardians in White Sox split a double header with Cleveland earning a 7 four victory before Chicago took the nightcap 5 to four The guardians blew a four one lead in the opener before scoring three times in the 9th Josh naylor singled home the tie breaking run Stephen Quan had three hits and José Ramírez drove in two with a pair of sacrifice flies Cleveland's 5 game winning streak ended in the nightcap as AJ Pollock delivered a two run single with two out in the 8th Eli Jimenez homered and yuan moncada had two RBIs for the White Sox in game two I'm Dave

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Arraez, Correa lead Twins to 8-4 win over Tigers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Arraez, Correa lead Twins to 8-4 win over Tigers

"The twins scored three times in both the 7th and 8th innings to break open an 8 four win over the tigers Luis araya has had three hits including a two run single in the 7th Carlos Correa Homer to help Minnesota build an 8 one lead winning pitcher Joe Ryan allowed one run over 5 and two thirds to improve to 7 and three Michael Pineda dropped to two and 7 giving up two runs over three innings before leaving with a sore arm Tigers DH Miguel Cabrera collected his 1839th RBI passing Ted Williams and into a tie for 13th on the all time list I'm Dave

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Blue Jays ride Manoah's arm more than their bats, beat Bosox

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Blue Jays ride Manoah's arm more than their bats, beat Bosox

"Another dominant outing for Alec manoa helped carry the Blue Jays past the Red Sox four to one Manoa tossed 6 innings of one run ball with 7 strikeouts to improve to 11 and four Being able to play you know and guys like that and a team that competitive and be able to go grind it out and get a win is always good Toronto trailed one to nothing after Bobby dalbec second ending solo blast but scored three times in the third including a go ahead RBI single by George Springer With the loss the Red Sox dropped to zero 11 and one in series against AL east opponents Geffen Kool

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Astros end Mariners' winning streak at 14; J-Rod scratched

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Astros end Mariners' winning streak at 14; J-Rod scratched

"The Mariners 14 game winning streak is over following a 5 two loss to the AL west leading Astros Houston Homer three times and ending the second longest winning streak in Seattle team history Topped only by a 15 game run in 2001 Jose Altuve led off the game with a Homer off starter and loser Marco Gonzalez That was followed by a blast by Jordan Alvarez in the fourth inning and Martin Maldonado solo shot in the 5th when he pitcher Jose or Katie went 6 innings allowing one run and four hits He blanked the ems until ty France homeward in the 6th Gonzalez was tagged for 5 runs over 5 and two thirds I'm Dave

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"three times" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Was the most fun the whole experience. I think the ten thousand rio. I was more fun. i just. I was really confident. I was happy. I was really good place in my life and yeah i just. I was really strong. I was competitive. So that died definitely has to be my favorite. I still think. I could have done much better but you know we always have those feelings. I gotta let it go now in two thousand seventeen. You became a us citizen. Can you tell us a little bit about that decision to pursue your us citizenship and about that process yes. I've always known that. I really want to leave here. And yes oh. I i definitely was not brenner. Dot another you know dream to become a. Us citizen become have a dual citizenship. And being able to leave the country and come back anytime. And i think at this point in my life. It's like it just makes sense. Like i want to home here. You know i pay taxes I just feel like. I'm as american as anybody here so i. It was another dream of mine and i'm really happy just being here. It's a great country and yeah like i'm leaving my american dream so yeah and then just last year you became eligible to compete internationally representing the united states. And i i read that somewhere. And i was like let me learn everything i can about. This process and google did not help me very much. Google made me more confused. Can you explain that a little bit. The process of being eligible to compete internationally representing the. Us yes. I think. They actually look a year loss in a national racist. So the last time i represented barundi was twenty sixteen in in rio and then i think it's like three or four years so i'm already eligible to compete for. Us is so that's also another gold mine and the next three years we have all these like were chairmanship war championship. The olympics are so and we have close country. I love cross country. I love to get back. So i would love to compete for. Us and yeah. I'll be eligible. Anytime i qualify. Yesterday i was gonna say you got that eligibility just in time for there to be no racist. Thanks to that whole thing but i know i'm back and i was injured to come on us. The races and i was doing well now of american. I can't even do anything. What is wrong with me while twenty twenty one just going to keep getting better so right now as you're going out every day like you said you did a nine mile run today when you're going out on your training runs. What is top of mind for you as your training. Is it that that elusive fall. Marathon that we will hear about when you're allowed to announce it is that the goal right now or are there other things coming up sooner that you're really training for right now. Yeah i will do. I will do it another race before one or two races. Before i just say you can edit can. I'll believe in. Yeah so. I would do tomorrow races and i really am not. I'm trying to just kind of like he's on go day by day. I don't wanna get ahead of myself. And i'm just learning to enjoy the process Yeah i can just embraced the workout. The hard ones easy runs and just like really enjoy it. I think running. I have a new meaning. Running means way like just different these days. I i make sure. I enjoy me. Whenever i don't feel like going are running. i'm tired. I look at the trees. I say look at that. So yeah i'm just. Yeah my goal. Right now is the former marathon. But i'm hoping to just keep building until the next year and hopefully just run fast and be competitive. So does that ever not work when you're having those days because again i think that's so relatable those days of like i'm not feeling it whether it's i don't wanna get out the door or a mile in and i still feel like crap whatever it is does the mentality of look at that pretty tree or something which i do think that works and i think there's so much value in that and finding the simple joys out on the run and appreciating the land around us but does that ever not work for you and is there anything else. That does anything you can share with our listeners. About how to kind of get your mind right when you're not feeling it. Yeah for me. As long as i think it's harder when i have something that is bothering me like if i'm injured or i have some like aches and pain. It's a little bit hard again myself into like look in a trees or Pretty views about in general for me. I do love running. Running is definitely my passion. But you know since it's my job is something that i do every day like. It's it's not. Sometimes they do say fake it until you make it perform me. I'm trying to. I'm very grateful. Just being able to do what i love is. I always think about all these positive things running brought into my life in all the places i get to go the people that get to surround myself within and i definitely know that i'm like lucky to to have this and i always just remind myself all the good things that come with it and that to me works because i always think you know. Somebody's having probably a rough day. Can't even physically go for a walk. So i mean the least i can news's enjoy just being able to what my body can do. And i do a lot of software. Meditation and Yeah i would talk to a friend or somebody. I have different friends. Some that are really coming. And some of the have all these positive energy. I tried different things. Because i mean that's just a life not every day's gonna feel great but you just have to do whatever you can do to be in the moment and enjoy life a little bit. I want to hear a little bit about your meditation practice. Do you use an app are you. Do you do it on your own. What is meditating with dan like Legislative quiet time. I don't use them app and a lot of times they'll play are my favorite music I would have a candle. Maybe some Just thinking about positive thoughts all the good things in my life and things are just like just slowing down and yeah just imagining all these great things in my life and just trying to like listen to mile on breath and yeah just being in a moment. I dream of being able to meditate without an app. I'm very new to meditation. I do bedtime meditation at night. And i use an app and i shouldn't even say i'm meditating. I basically fall asleep within sixty seconds of starting it. But i'm not yet disciplined or focused enough to be able to do it without the app and so you are my inspiration. Get their dead. I'll get there. I'll stay awake. I can do it As you look back at all that you have accomplished on the roads on the track and beyond what are you.

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"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Let's spend it glad all comparison brady and you can have a conversation with brady. Patrick mahomes andy. Reason brady got not seven soup on stop count. Seven wins a big nine appearances fan. That's a lot one. whenever live. four logan daddy. Why you keep sleeping on my on my tennessee titans. Oh as the next best team in the afc are the only team especially with the addition of julio jones that can compete with the cheese. You know why. I don't believe in when you go to the playoffs. You gotta be able to consistently throw the football on top of running and playing stout defence. They can run the football. Their defense is toast defense. Not good man not good. I understand you tennessee. Defense not good and when you need to make big throws can't tanny. He'll make a handful of big throws in the play offs. Can he consistently need to do that. You have yes you have to in the playoffs. You have to get those chunk. Plays a handful of them super bowl. One chunk throw changes jimmy garoppolo future in san francisco. He was he one zero. They can live off the running game. He just has to be able to write jimmy g. if just one or two throws the see. I know if ten year old can do that. That one system. That's all i gotcha. Well defense many different. Sorry for to be as defensive minded as years difference not good so you don't even put them in a good while i'm gonna lie to myself now. Good toast are monica. Great job this whole week. It was like roy keane. i'll be on. I take that's coming up next..

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"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Night's not just sp's ufc and conor mcgregor. Back in the octagon. He in corby looking forward to this. The rubber match kishan will zubin presented by progressive insurance august the goodyear hotline alanon monica mcnutt in with key and we go to the goodyear hotline joined by daniel cormier right now are espn analyst and co host the dc and rc rtc. Let's get right into what we have tomorrow night in this rubber match and my obvious the easy question to ask is because of connor and everything that he's been through what he's become for the sport. What would what will this fight. Do for his legacy. You notice gives them an ending to a rivalry right because it's not for a title but every now comes a time when a fighter doesn't need to be fighting for championship. The only one that can do that right now in a main. It's kinda mcgregor. He gives us for only six months after being knocked out by dustin eight and if he can win it is this robbery but also sets them up for title fight at the end of the year. So there's big states on this fight. Mcgregor dan you look mcgregor. Told are stephen a smith that basically he's looking for revenge because as you said he got knocked out. So how does this fight play out. You know you gotta see what changes mcgregor and his team that made in a short period of time right. He's done some things differently than they did. Going into the second fight learn. The second mcgregor had his kids with him his wife his family. They were everywhere that he went. This took off to orange county away from his family for a month five weeks. He's really separating himself put himself in a a killers mindset in order to try to get this back and you see the different approach. That mcgregor is taking this week last time and the guys were hugging each other. I mean doesn't hold and connors liquor kind of old enough hot sauce yesterday. Mcgregor tries to kick him out in the press conference. So i mean all the friendliness and all a lot of those things that a lot of guys like me don't really like in in the buildup to fight is gone and these guys really wanna get at each other. Can you take that emotion into the ring with you though. Can you really all that out of the ring. Press conference stuff that we see. Can you take that in. Use that as few inside the ring you know what man they sailed monitoring's not be emotional in a fight right because it gets you tired. It makes you make mistakes a lot of reasons why you don't but then when you look back at with colonel macgregor used to be right. He's lived this crazy life where he was so out there it let it be so free in the octagon that he couldn't be it was like everything the guy touch turn the goal but then he got more reserved and more conservative and then he started to struggle. So i think this is a call back. Today's when he was the champ champion he was a double champion. Did all those things but the reality is he can be nice connor he can be mean kind of. I think he's gonna fight the same way it two years to fighting style. Does he have the finest out and beat. Dust the quest as funny dc because then that same interview key. He honestly said to stephen a that. The difference in the time between he want his winning fight in twenty fourteen in the latest was kinda getting a little bit full of himself and that he's now back to who he was when he kinda. I hit the peak so but other things that he's had been very vocal about could be. He's asked what has he ever done for. The sport obviously could be retired undefeated. Let's check out the comments. The mega medoff loss us import lowest. He gumbel is he. Now he's retired. He went sprint them. He's gone sharks fans in the sport. All he long fine goes tree wins and six losses. It was his father shows. His father had the show said and he was bleeding. Tear wins and eight losses and all. That's record until twenty. And he has tree on the trot and the ufc before that them well and then before that. It's nothing it's pullouts couldn't make way you know. That's that's that last time now. He's gone strong. Your thoughts words. You know i tell you this much. Listen stephen they did a great job interview right. Ask asking the questions that needed to be asking had actually getting upset at times. But here's the thing can use the only guy that can do that right. Talk about another person like he doesn't matter when the reality is habib met had some fights early in his career. Maybe it was against guys that were less a challenge but habib the ufc at fourteen at all right. The guy devon lost you one. I think he was twenty-eight. Nobody has done so halfway through his career he was in the ufc fighting everybody so even read about all is the best fighter in the world. He was the best offers. The best lightly world beat duston. He beat conor big. Heb beat everybody. So that's just having that anger in rivalry towards habib mega medoff on. I don't think there's much in those words outside of emotional guy who wants to fight. I'll be back in if something he can say to bring him back. He's going to say it. How much longer will mcgregor fight in the ufc. Honestly for the ufc. You want him there. You see the the intrigue in the way that things are when china mcgregor fights. You know very rarely. Do you get an athlete. That can just change the entire environment around him. Mcgregor does that when he fights in in the in vegas the bedding and everything matches super bowl. This is one guy. One guy comes to vegas when his show in the betting. The amount of money bet matches what is bette at the super bowl that has been kinda mcgregor means to the ufc every reviews worth millions of buys. I mean for the of espn made espn's like eight connor..

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"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"three times" Discussed on Dreas Point of View

Dreas Point of View

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Dreas Point of View

"A podcast and best of all. There's absolutely no charge to do so. They have creation tools. That allow you to record an editor podcast. Right from your phone or computer and anchor will distribute your podcast for you. So you can be heard all over the place on apple. Podcasts spotify google podcasts and more it is definitely everything that you need to make a podcast in one place. One stop shop. Make sure that you download that free anchor app or go to anger dot. Fm to get started. And you are tuned in to a female hosted podcast values you and your time. Each week i will deliver short and sweet perspectives with no sidekick so please sit back put your feet up and allow me to bring you his point of view you are listening to his point of view and i am your host istria today. I'll asked the question is the third time charm. I've always been curious about those who married multiple times especially three for some reason. What's so special about three now. I know a few people who married more than once. Okay i could. I could see that. And i only know will. I knew of a guy who told me that. His mom mary five times. I didn't question it. S in personal questions. But i was myself. I'm thinking what's wrong with her. According to census data over nine million americans have been married three times or more stays in the north east end upper midwest at the lowest rates of cereal marriages. And i don't remember what year it was but it did say that arkansas had the highest. And that's where she was from. I guess that was normal. I don't know in psychology today. Seventy three percent of third marriages end in divorce. It's as people don't learn from their mistakes. They look at the boars as manageable. Since they've done before by the third marriage women get themselves together financially and are more independent. Not having small children makes it easier to leave since there is less than state. Some people have commitment issues and don't want to stick around after the moods no longer there that men remarry because they don't like being alone and women remarry for financial security also says that women benefit from multiple marriages. I also try to look up something about social security. How you can benefit from marriages previous marriages. I think it said There's different like relations with that but it was. It was just an interesting little tidbit. We all know the celebrities who loved mary three times more. And some are jonah jackson. Three times. Liz taylor with eight jaylo berry larry king eight times billy bob thornton eight times and george foreman five times. I don't know about multiple marriages myself. Obviously no. I don't think anybody says yeah. Love to get married mobile. No i if i choose to get married. I'm a one and done type person. I've been single for so long. So should i choose to marry. I think this is going to be a one time thing for me..

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"three times" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on How Good It Is

"In two thousand one ever gives you release this techno version of the song on her album. M y o b with her and tony orlando trading off on the naval spring with jets to do learn ended two thousand nine country artists play cooper given album of duets on. That was the track he did. Tony orlando and for my money. Tony a little too happy to be there. I can't believe i'm sitting with my favorite country singer. Hey girl down there every not here. You're tonio kidney conceal sweet take. The answer is no are literally about twenty other covers of the song folding around so fun looking for those means you wink on this show and.

"three times" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on How Good It Is

"Off Perhaps the most notable of these would be halfway to paradise which chartered a both the us and the uk. Now should note. That song is much better than it was reported by. Billy fury and us music fans. Probably remember bobby. Benton's nineteen sixty eight recording better but regardless this was the beginning of tony orlando's performing career now when it wasn't able to quite nail. Down when michael anthony orlando kassovitz. Became tony orlando but tony orlando is what appears on those early singles so it happens pretty early on orlando continued writing songs and having a little bit of success with them and in the meantime he was working up the ladder columbia records specifically he was a vice president at the cbs music publishing company and because he was doing so well columbia records. President clive davis basically. Look the other way when orlando took a three thousand dollar advance to sing lead on the song to producer friends. Who on another label failed orlando did want to affect his reputation.

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"three times" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

Mango Kush Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

"That where I can get this stuff and we were like. You know, just a little can't give you all our secrets but you know little stuff like that like, okay. What can we do that? We can that we can that we don't need to be an incident basically, right? So, you know, so we thought about that, of course. Your mobile drinks, you know, your to-go drinks things like that. So, you know just off Couple more creative ideas. I would say as how it will be affected. Definitely. I understand that you have to have a bath or whatever never know where..

"three times" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

Mango Kush Podcast

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

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"three times" Discussed on Reality Bites

Reality Bites

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on Reality Bites

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"three times" Discussed on Reality Bites

Reality Bites

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on Reality Bites

"That's why she's taken her mom. Because I think it's like okay. MOM'S GONNA. Make sure we get this figured out in the time that MOM's going to be there speaking of A. Did you notice where they're eating? Were like you can basically grill and cut your own food. I feel like that would be a liability in the United States like they wouldn't let us do that. What they're out there like you know salting their own stuff on a grill. Feel, like something well and I'm a big fan of the TV. Show the amazing race in every time that the racers they go to. It's I've seen it a couple times a challenge where you fish for your own fish, and then you give it to the the restaurant, and they cook it for you and I feel like that is a much more common lake diy experience. You Know I. Don't know how to describe it this whole like do it yourself when? When it comes to to culinary stuff, in certain parts of the world of experiential dining will call it. I was just like I. Don't know if we could do that actually. Is I so I don't even know what it's called, but it's like a they put it on a hot stone, and it's a very thin shaved beef in its raw, and you put it on the stone, and then you'll turn it over you. Cook it yourself. I've done that before. Stuff though that feels like it'd be a liability. Yeah, there was the boy from being their own little. And last, but not least. Brittany and Yeahs, and by the way we still haven't met Melissa Melissa in the guy from Texas, who we're, we're now two full episodes in and have not met this couple yet, but they are in the previews for next week. backstory probably next week. figure out what's going on. We've already come up with their own theories because we know the reason. He has to move there, isn't she? She can't come here, but it's not her fault. Something he did so. My theory is that he's already applied for K.. One visa with another foreign female and something went wrong there and that's why they won't give him another k one visa to bring her to the US always going to be a potential argument. If that's the case because she's never going to let him just forget that right, so that's my theory, but again td why. She can't come here why he has to move down to south. South America Brittany and yeah? Zan feel about this couple like I've said it all along, and she just proved my point last night. we. I check in with Yeltsin who is sitting down with his parents. His mother is so ultra, conservative and traditional and religious..

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"three times" Discussed on Reality Bites

Reality Bites

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on Reality Bites

"About Armando Omar does senior was there with their models Mauve so as a little like they were sitting down having a meal together in our Mondo, get super emotional and he's. He's basically telling his parents about how painful this has been not being able to be honest, not having not feeling like they would accept him if he told them that he was gay, and he's in a relationship with a new partner and he's crying I'm I was? Was I was crying, and it was so heartbreaking to see, and then see his mom and her reaction immediately ran over to them, said I'm your mother. Of course. How could you ever think that I wouldn't love you? It was such a sweet moment. Even his dad, you know held his hand is that we're always gonNA, love you, and then goes right from being so heart warming and tear jerking to sat in another way because he expresses the fact that him and Kenny Kenny are going to move in together and they're gonNA, move away and try to start life. And while his mom seems like she's a little more on board with it. His Dad definitely says he needs more time. Yeah, well and that I guess is still better than absolutely what? The reaction's could have been but I you. You can tell that is not. That was not scripted that he wasn't acting. That was a genuine authentic seen in. That's what we love about the show. When we get to see those moments of people facing something that's that's probably pretty terrifying, and you know, and we've seen it a couple times on the show when Erica sat down with her parents, and even when Stephanie told her mom and those are the things that ninety day fiance gets right I feel like. So I did think when Armand does. Dad said as parents..

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"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"I'm thrilled to have both of your brains here for this day because You guys follow this a lot more closely than I do. left Parnis This character that has emerged by the way is under indictment From from the Southern District of New York for campaign finance violations I believe is the associate of Rudy Giuliani's who was basically? I think like the the the one Giuliani was tasking to get this wishlist. Don of how to get Ukraine to open an investigation into the Biden's well he is now coming fourth in in television interviews. This is after I guess. Some of his notes and text messages were handed over to the House Intelligence Committee and then made public. I want you to hear. He sat down with our Anderson Cooper. The full interview is going to air tonight on a c three sixty at eight PM Eastern. But I want you here a little bit of their conversation. And here's Anderson and Parnis talking about Getting the Ukrainians to open up. That investigation Giuliani cancels his visit Because there's a lot aww bad publicity about in the United States. He cancelled his visit. You go have the meeting with a High Level Official Insulin Skis Circle. And what's the message you deliver basically told told them very strict and very starring that Several things that He needed to make in the mountains. Alinsky needs immediately. Make an announcement literally that night two or tomorrow that within the next twenty-four hours. They're opening up investigation Biden. First of all I can't help marshal bit focusing on the words of to make an announcement not to actually launch an investigation. Just to make an announcement right I want to say that is what the mission was right. Yeah and this is something that became crystal clear during the house. Impeachment inquiry from testimony from bunch of witnesses. That you know at the end of the day this was all about an effort from trump and Giuliani. Eliana it very much to get that announcement They didn't seem to really actually care about whether any investigative work was done behind the scenes. It was about about the announcement which Democrats have said is tantamount to a smoking gun that this was all about capitalizing on that announcement for politics not for any in good faith effort to investigate potential corruption. But when when you look at what Parnell said there I mean it's staggering. Isn't it you know but you you mentioned earlier earlier. He's under indictment in New York. I think it's important to remember who he is. Why he's talking now? He's in trouble. He's been charged with campaign finance violations up in New York. That is a case that's progressing. He has information he knows that the congress and perhaps prosecutors want some of that information and he is now trying to make that available make himself seem like somebody that might be a worthy of cooperation. Deal may be a plea bargain something along along those lines. So it's important to hear what he has to say not unlike other characters. In the trump era Michael Cohen comes to mind absolutely. It's quite similar The difference between those two I guess is that left partners hasn't been convicted of lying. Will Cohen was but You know it's important to hear what he says. Assess it for its credibility based off his really big record of documented evidence. That also came through. Because you know the documents don't really lie Kaitlyn how how how should we assess his credibility what how how should we take this character and and say oh everything. He's saying and telling Anderson Cooper A.. Rachel no matter is just a gospel in the way it is. We can't we can't do that right. So how do how does how should we weigh his credibility the key to Parnis I think in especially especially in assessing these these lengthy interviews. He's doing with news. Networks is that it's not just him coming out and speaking. He has receipts right right so whenever he goes on Rachel Maddow last night around the same time. The House committees release hundreds of pages as for the second night in a row of documents. That part's didn't make up. They are documents that were collected as evidence in Parnassus court. We're case in New York where he's under indictment and that he went to a judge and said can I give these over to Congress and the judge said yes and so. That's what the houses getting right now. They're getting text messages. They're getting photos. They're getting handwritten notes on ritz-carlton stationary from him. I mean this is not somebody buddy who is just appearing and and accusing people of things he is a person who had conversations with main players in this People people who are Talking heads for the president These two lawyers. He was communicating with one of them in the there are regularly people people who are main players in Ukraine. That Giuliani was was interested in getting in touch with trying to get in touch with. He's communicating with them. Apparently in the. What's messages so there is is a lot here and the thing that I think is most important right now is the house rushed these out? Last night he turned them over earlier this week. There are hundreds of pages ages of the messages that are in Russian so they are hard to read unless you have a lot of people who are speaking Russian who know the history of this story and so we're Translating them a lot of people are working on translating them. But we don't know what they mean is it is thinking that There some bombshell smoking gun on in this material or is the thinking that he's providing more context to solidify the notion That as is John Bolton I guess called it a drug deal but like solidified the notion that there was something askew and wrong and improper about this Requests of Ukrainians and the withholding of aid That president trump employed to get to try and get his way. It's I would say it's the second of it is This a more information about a bigger picture that we we can only see pieces of the puzzle and we only have have been able to and one thing that has that Congress has impeach the president over that have the houses and be president over that We shouldn't forget. Is that typically in an investigation like this with Congress the administration the executive branch would be handing over documents that has not happened in this circumstance. And so we're piecing together the public. The house All at at the same time. What is going on here who these people were worth it? What were they were doing what they were trying to do? For trump or with Ukraine. And so we're still getting documents and and we're still seeing from practice and from other sources jumped out to you as new so much. I mean a lot and admittedly. I haven't read everything myself personally and and I don't speak Russian but You know I think for me. The most important thing from the documents was that left Parnell had way way more contacts with way more Ukrainian officials than we really knew we thought maybe he was talking to one or two guys. These disgraced former prosecutors shooters in fact parnasse himself was in touch with many members of the incomings Alinsky administration Sort of applying the pressure. So and we're talking face to face meetings phone calls and text messages so I think the the faure of the context was huge and the most important thing that he said in his interviews news which is frankly a little bit less supported than the documents but may still be true was that trump knew every single thing and that trump up signed off on everything he was doing. Trumper Giuliani signed off on everything he was doing. I'm not so clear that that is memorialized in the texts that you know by the way trump trump thinks you should do this trump thing you know. I don't think that's actually in the writing. And but that's where his credibility is up for debate you know. Can he bridge that gap but but the documents show just a massive and vast effort to apply extraordinary pressure on a young fledgling government in Ukraine. That is very desperate for US support. Yeah I mean he c- It seems to me he's like Giuliani's foot soldier. Yeah in this in this battle plan to get Ukraine to do This investigation and that he's the one that is going to execute the Giuliani plan. That's what he said. That's what he said to Anderson to Rachel Maddow last night that I was there guy. Yeah and you mentioned Motivation here. At least how Parnis perceived what the real motivation and before we go. I just want people to hear how part what what I thought. Everybody understood the motivation to be here. It was all about twenty twenty but again I thought he was the leader. He's the chief he's the president and it was all about twenty twenty to make sure he had four years and then but that's how you personally viewed it. This is about twenty two join a to help him get the next four years those away. Everybody viewed that. I mean there was that was the most important thing for him to stay on for another four years and and keep the fight going. I mean there was no other reason for doing it. I just raised that because it echoes. What's in the articles of impeachment that this was for personal political gain on the part the president? Right it's not shocking. This is towed. That assessment from is totally supported by pretty much. All the evidence that came out during the inquiry You know about some of the explanations for why they were wanting these investigations. And why did it on these certain times and dates and all all that stuff you know so frankly it was never really that credible that the president wanted Ukraine to investigate this out of a good faith effort to root Out Corruption among Ukrainian Oligarchs Ukrainian energy company but hearing it from Parnis. That's a living breathing witness. Who was there firsthand? Knowledge near daily conversations with Rudy Giuliani. That is valuable and it goes to the heart of abuse of power. I mean that that it just goes to the to the very heart of that Caitlin Marshall. Thank you both so much for being here.

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10:16 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"I'm thrilled to have both of your brains here for this day because You guys follow this a lot more closely than I do. left Parnis This character that has emerged by the way is under indictment From from the Southern District of New York for campaign finance violations I believe is the associate of Rudy Giuliani's who was basically? I think like the the the one Giuliani was tasking to get this wishlist. Don of how to get Ukraine to open an investigation into the Biden's well he is now coming fourth in in television interviews. This is after I guess. Some of his notes and text messages were handed over to the House Intelligence Committee and then made public. I want you to hear. He sat down with our Anderson Cooper. The full interview is going to air tonight on a c three sixty at eight PM Eastern. But I want you here a little bit of their conversation. And here's Anderson and Parnis talking about Getting the Ukrainians to open up. That investigation Giuliani cancels his visit Because there's a lot aww bad publicity about in the United States. He cancelled his visit. You go have the meeting with a High Level Official Insulin Skis Circle. And what's the message you deliver basically told told them very strict and very starring that Several things that He needed to make in the mountains. Alinsky needs immediately. Make an announcement literally that night two or tomorrow that within the next twenty-four hours. They're opening up investigation Biden. First of all I can't help marshal bit focusing on the words of to make an announcement not to actually launch an investigation. Just to make an announcement right I want to say that is what the mission was right. Yeah and this is something that became crystal clear during the house. Impeachment inquiry from testimony from bunch of witnesses. That you know at the end of the day this was all about an effort from trump and Giuliani. Eliana it very much to get that announcement They didn't seem to really actually care about whether any investigative work was done behind the scenes. It was about about the announcement which Democrats have said is tantamount to a smoking gun that this was all about capitalizing on that announcement for politics not for any in good faith effort to investigate potential corruption. But when when you look at what Parnell said there I mean it's staggering. Isn't it you know but you you mentioned earlier earlier. He's under indictment in New York. I think it's important to remember who he is. Why he's talking now? He's in trouble. He's been charged with campaign finance violations up in New York. That is a case that's progressing. He has information he knows that the congress and perhaps prosecutors want some of that information and he is now trying to make that available make himself seem like somebody that might be a worthy of cooperation. Deal may be a plea bargain something along along those lines. So it's important to hear what he has to say not unlike other characters. In the trump era Michael Cohen comes to mind absolutely. It's quite similar The difference between those two I guess is that left partners hasn't been convicted of lying. Will Cohen was but You know it's important to hear what he says. Assess it for its credibility based off his really big record of documented evidence. That also came through. Because you know the documents don't really lie Kaitlyn how how how should we assess his credibility what how how should we take this character and and say oh everything. He's saying and telling Anderson Cooper A.. Rachel no matter is just a gospel in the way it is. We can't we can't do that right. So how do how does how should we weigh his credibility the key to Parnis I think in especially especially in assessing these these lengthy interviews. He's doing with news. Networks is that it's not just him coming out and speaking. He has receipts right right so whenever he goes on Rachel Maddow last night around the same time. The House committees release hundreds of pages as for the second night in a row of documents. That part's didn't make up. They are documents that were collected as evidence in Parnassus court. We're case in New York where he's under indictment and that he went to a judge and said can I give these over to Congress and the judge said yes and so. That's what the houses getting right now. They're getting text messages. They're getting photos. They're getting handwritten notes on ritz-carlton stationary from him. I mean this is not somebody buddy who is just appearing and and accusing people of things he is a person who had conversations with main players in this People people who are Talking heads for the president These two lawyers. He was communicating with one of them in the there are regularly people people who are main players in Ukraine. That Giuliani was was interested in getting in touch with trying to get in touch with. He's communicating with them. Apparently in the. What's messages so there is is a lot here and the thing that I think is most important right now is the house rushed these out? Last night he turned them over earlier this week. There are hundreds of pages ages of the messages that are in Russian so they are hard to read unless you have a lot of people who are speaking Russian who know the history of this story and so we're Translating them a lot of people are working on translating them. But we don't know what they mean is it is thinking that There some bombshell smoking gun on in this material or is the thinking that he's providing more context to solidify the notion That as is John Bolton I guess called it a drug deal but like solidified the notion that there was something askew and wrong and improper about this Requests of Ukrainians and the withholding of aid That president trump employed to get to try and get his way. It's I would say it's the second of it is This a more information about a bigger picture that we we can only see pieces of the puzzle and we only have have been able to and one thing that has that Congress has impeach the president over that have the houses and be president over that We shouldn't forget. Is that typically in an investigation like this with Congress the administration the executive branch would be handing over documents that has not happened in this circumstance. And so we're piecing together the public. The house All at at the same time. What is going on here who these people were worth it? What were they were doing what they were trying to do? For trump or with Ukraine. And so we're still getting documents and and we're still seeing from practice and from other sources jumped out to you as new so much. I mean a lot and admittedly. I haven't read everything myself personally and and I don't speak Russian but You know I think for me. The most important thing from the documents was that left Parnell had way way more contacts with way more Ukrainian officials than we really knew we thought maybe he was talking to one or two guys. These disgraced former prosecutors shooters in fact parnasse himself was in touch with many members of the incomings Alinsky administration Sort of applying the pressure. So and we're talking face to face meetings phone calls and text messages so I think the the faure of the context was huge and the most important thing that he said in his interviews news which is frankly a little bit less supported than the documents but may still be true was that trump knew every single thing and that trump up signed off on everything he was doing. Trumper Giuliani signed off on everything he was doing. I'm not so clear that that is memorialized in the texts that you know by the way trump trump thinks you should do this trump thing you know. I don't think that's actually in the writing. And but that's where his credibility is up for debate you know. Can he bridge that gap but but the documents show just a massive and vast effort to apply extraordinary pressure on a young fledgling government in Ukraine. That is very desperate for US support. Yeah I mean he c- It seems to me he's like Giuliani's foot soldier. Yeah in this in this battle plan to get Ukraine to do This investigation and that he's the one that is going to execute the Giuliani plan. That's what he said. That's what he said to Anderson to Rachel Maddow last night that I was there guy. Yeah and you mentioned Motivation here. At least how Parnis perceived what the real motivation and before we go. I just want people to hear how part what what I thought. Everybody understood the motivation to be here. It was all about twenty twenty but again I thought he was the leader. He's the chief he's the president and it was all about twenty twenty to make sure he had four years and then but that's how you personally viewed it. This is about twenty two join a to help him get the next four years those away. Everybody viewed that. I mean there was that was the most important thing for him to stay on for another four years and and keep the fight going. I mean there was no other reason for doing it. I just raised that because it echoes. What's in the articles of impeachment that this was for personal political gain on the part the president? Right it's not shocking. This is towed. That assessment from is totally supported by pretty much. All the evidence that came out during the inquiry You know about some of the explanations for why they were wanting these investigations. And why did it on these certain times and dates and all all that stuff you know so frankly it was never really that credible that the president wanted Ukraine to investigate this out of a good faith effort to root Out Corruption among Ukrainian Oligarchs Ukrainian energy company but hearing it from Parnis. That's a living breathing witness. Who was there firsthand? Knowledge near daily conversations with Rudy Giuliani. That is valuable and it goes to the heart of abuse of power. I mean that that it just goes to the to the very heart of that Caitlin Marshall. Thank you both so much for being here.

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CNN's The Daily DC

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"Daily DC impeachment. You can watch today. We saw incredible pageantry pomp and circumstance in the halls of the United States capitol on the floor of the United States Senate as the articles of impeachment moved over to that body they were received. The chief. Justice was sworn in the senators. We're all sworn in as jurors house. Managers actually read the articles of impeachment or Adam shifted one house manager on the floor. It was an incredible scene today today. In addition we've got explosive new evidence coming from Lee partners. The Rudy Giuliani associate. Who alleges that? There was a clear ear pressure campaign on the Ukrainian government designed to get them to open up the investigation into the Biden's all of that colliding on the same day It is a huge day in the impeachment story. So we've got a lot to discuss it and we're going to do it with two incredible guests joining me now. CNN Crime and justice reporter Caitlyn Poland's and CNN reporter and producer Marshall Cohen. Thank you both so much for being on the podcast. Thanks David Yeah sure I want you guys this to hear some of the sounds that came from the United States Senate. Today I want you first to hear Adam Schiff chairman of the House Intelligence Committee as he took to the Senate floor not where he normally serves in his role as the lead of seven house democratic impeachment managers. Manager's here's Adam Schiff. The managers on the part of the House of Representatives are present and ready to present the articles of impeachment which have been preferred by the House of Representatives Against Donald John Trump president of the United States the house adopted the following resolution. which with the permission of the Senate I will read? He went on to read. Read word for word. The articles of impeachment the two articles abuse of power and obstruction of Congress He read them aloud. And you know again guys this is this is the stuff the constitution was written about. I mean this is It is in these moments that that I not only hearken back to my first learning of how our government is set up as a child in school But also to just those historic moments that you remember where you are when you see things in this impeachment trial I know the conclusion may be a fait accompli. But it is. It is still big moment and And so shift now obviously is going to go onto preparing the case He read those articles a few hours. Later I'm not sure why there was a few hour delay. Maybe what are you guys. Now I don't know but maybe chief justice wasn't available until this invest defied is it specified for timing is very ver- ten o'clock am two o'clock twelve noon or twelve news. Twelve noon twelve thirty. There's there's specific times written into the Senate rules on impeachment. Say exactly what time things begin. That is amazing. I had no idea area so Then include the lunch breaks to the chief justice of the United States makes his way across the street to the capital and and He was accompanied by some Small Committee of four Senators to Democrats to Republicans To make his way into the chamber and and then the president pro tem in the Senate Chuck Grassley. The Republican of Iowa administered the oath of office but the oath of. I don't no of being the presiding officer of the Senate impeachment trial. That's eight to the to the chief justice given US senators. I attend the Senate in conformity with your notice for the purpose of joining with you for the trial of the president of the United States. I am now prepared to take the oath. Will you pay your left. Hand Dan on the Bible. Raise your right hand do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Chrome President of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and the laws. So help you God I do you and then finally Before I turn to you guys to get all your thoughts on this day I want you to hear Chief Justice Roberts then turns and administers. There's the oath to the senators. The one hundred senators To take the oath of impartial justice to serve As jurors in this impeachment trial against the forty fifth president of the United States. Here's the chief justice again. This time I will administer the oath to all senators is in the chamber in conformance with article. One section three clause six of the constitution and the Senate's impeachment rules. We'll all senators now stand or remain standing and raise their right hand. Do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial all of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws. So so help you God there. They were in unison. Marshall As you saw this unfold this morning what what were you thinking you know. Oh I was also thinking about learning a of these constitutional parameters and stuff like that back in school and also. I was thinking about how this this is kind of like the dark. Underside of like President's inauguration which is also constitutionally set up all about timing and scheduling and pomp and circumstance and the chief justice is there too and there's an oath that's administered. Obviously that's a big celebration of democracy crecy And a transfer of power. This is a much more severe and solemn moment where the president and we really shouldn't forget this stands accused by a majority of our elected representatives in the house accused of violating the oath that he took when he became the president. This is serious business. You know these are oaths we hear it thrown around a lot but like these oaths are an important part of our system right when you're charged the crime or when you testify in court you're sworn in you know or if you're pleading guilty to something you you are taking an oath in it affirm that what you're about to plead to is true. If you testify against someone else you have to do the same thing. Presidents are lawmakers I believe members of the military also taken oath to defend the constitution. And such you know so. It looks like interesting television. But it's something really serious. You know in these guys now and women have been sworn in to do something serious. Impartial Justice While they judge the President CAITLYN I know you watch the courts quite seriously in your day job day in and day out. Here's the chief. Judicial figure in the land the chief justice entering bring the political realm which is something he is not I know he has served in political roles before but this is not a comfortable position for him is it. I think one of of the things that we've learned from from watching Justice Roberts over the years is that he is someone that isn't looking for the spotlight and I think that we've already seen him. You know he wore the he didn't get flashy robes he didn't get robes with gold armbands on them like like justice. Rehnquist it in the in the Clinton impeachment. He wore the same robes that he wears when he sits on the Supreme Court as Chief. And so that sort of you. That's your your initial clue that John Roberts here is not one and that is going to be stepping up and making a big deal about this at the same time. I'm as enthused about watching this process. You guys are in that. Politics is interesting to all of us. Because we're watching this system of democracy play out every day and one of the things that we're getting to see right now. Is this third branch the government which I very much appreciate and love to cover and we're watching that third branch get a little bit They are showing their role role in what happens whenever the Congress is is testing or enforcing The presidency and so with John Roberts there we'd never get the American public has have has been incredibly affected by things. John Roberts has has done in the court that he sits on has done. A you know legalized gay marriage. They upheld the affordable care. Act We as the American public have not seen what he looks like In in in this sort of setting where he's wearing his robes and he's ruling and he's sitting as a judge and so in this you do get to see Roberts what he looks like People will be able to name him. I think it's like more than half of Americans can't name a Supreme Court justice. Perhaps they will at the end of this. Perhaps they will take up barnes to get cameras in the courtroom and I don't think Caitlyn supports that. Yeah I think it could be a very helpful tool to sort if illuminate but yeah but they're gonNA see him now no doubt about that and and you are so right. The I think what we're getting when we say when we learned about this as young people and and and then watching the practice. It's what you're getting Keelan. It's the intersection of the three branches of government. Like no other way in which they do. I mean to have the the presidency on on trial in a case prosecuted by the Congress and adjudicated by the Congress and presided over by the chief justice of the supreme of the United States. It is It really is at the highest level in intersection of those three branches of government. That set up our entire system right. This isn't like set to rap music like Hamilton Hamilton. But the people who set up our government are real people and they thought through things and and it is incredible that we are seeing this happen on the day that we are getting new information new no details that that is what is amazing. This this impeachment case against the president is about to go to trial next week and new facts are still emerging. Stay.

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11:36 min | 2 years ago

"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"Daily DC impeachment. You can watch today. We saw incredible pageantry pomp and circumstance in the halls of the United States capitol on the floor of the United States Senate as the articles of impeachment moved over to that body they were received. The chief. Justice was sworn in the senators. We're all sworn in as jurors house. Managers actually read the articles of impeachment or Adam shifted one house manager on the floor. It was an incredible scene today today. In addition we've got explosive new evidence coming from Lee partners. The Rudy Giuliani associate. Who alleges that? There was a clear ear pressure campaign on the Ukrainian government designed to get them to open up the investigation into the Biden's all of that colliding on the same day It is a huge day in the impeachment story. So we've got a lot to discuss it and we're going to do it with two incredible guests joining me now. CNN Crime and justice reporter Caitlyn Poland's and CNN reporter and producer Marshall Cohen. Thank you both so much for being on the podcast. Thanks David Yeah sure I want you guys this to hear some of the sounds that came from the United States Senate. Today I want you first to hear Adam Schiff chairman of the House Intelligence Committee as he took to the Senate floor not where he normally serves in his role as the lead of seven house democratic impeachment managers. Manager's here's Adam Schiff. The managers on the part of the House of Representatives are present and ready to present the articles of impeachment which have been preferred by the House of Representatives Against Donald John Trump president of the United States the house adopted the following resolution. which with the permission of the Senate I will read? He went on to read. Read word for word. The articles of impeachment the two articles abuse of power and obstruction of Congress He read them aloud. And you know again guys this is this is the stuff the constitution was written about. I mean this is It is in these moments that that I not only hearken back to my first learning of how our government is set up as a child in school But also to just those historic moments that you remember where you are when you see things in this impeachment trial I know the conclusion may be a fait accompli. But it is. It is still big moment and And so shift now obviously is going to go onto preparing the case He read those articles a few hours. Later I'm not sure why there was a few hour delay. Maybe what are you guys. Now I don't know but maybe chief justice wasn't available until this invest defied is it specified for timing is very ver- ten o'clock am two o'clock twelve noon or twelve news. Twelve noon twelve thirty. There's there's specific times written into the Senate rules on impeachment. Say exactly what time things begin. That is amazing. I had no idea area so Then include the lunch breaks to the chief justice of the United States makes his way across the street to the capital and and He was accompanied by some Small Committee of four Senators to Democrats to Republicans To make his way into the chamber and and then the president pro tem in the Senate Chuck Grassley. The Republican of Iowa administered the oath of office but the oath of. I don't no of being the presiding officer of the Senate impeachment trial. That's eight to the to the chief justice given US senators. I attend the Senate in conformity with your notice for the purpose of joining with you for the trial of the president of the United States. I am now prepared to take the oath. Will you pay your left. Hand Dan on the Bible. Raise your right hand do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Chrome President of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and the laws. So help you God I do you and then finally Before I turn to you guys to get all your thoughts on this day I want you to hear Chief Justice Roberts then turns and administers. There's the oath to the senators. The one hundred senators To take the oath of impartial justice to serve As jurors in this impeachment trial against the forty fifth president of the United States. Here's the chief justice again. This time I will administer the oath to all senators is in the chamber in conformance with article. One section three clause six of the constitution and the Senate's impeachment rules. We'll all senators now stand or remain standing and raise their right hand. Do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial all of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws. So so help you God there. They were in unison. Marshall As you saw this unfold this morning what what were you thinking you know. Oh I was also thinking about learning a of these constitutional parameters and stuff like that back in school and also. I was thinking about how this this is kind of like the dark. Underside of like President's inauguration which is also constitutionally set up all about timing and scheduling and pomp and circumstance and the chief justice is there too and there's an oath that's administered. Obviously that's a big celebration of democracy crecy And a transfer of power. This is a much more severe and solemn moment where the president and we really shouldn't forget this stands accused by a majority of our elected representatives in the house accused of violating the oath that he took when he became the president. This is serious business. You know these are oaths we hear it thrown around a lot but like these oaths are an important part of our system right when you're charged the crime or when you testify in court you're sworn in you know or if you're pleading guilty to something you you are taking an oath in it affirm that what you're about to plead to is true. If you testify against someone else you have to do the same thing. Presidents are lawmakers I believe members of the military also taken oath to defend the constitution. And such you know so. It looks like interesting television. But it's something really serious. You know in these guys now and women have been sworn in to do something serious. Impartial Justice While they judge the President CAITLYN I know you watch the courts quite seriously in your day job day in and day out. Here's the chief. Judicial figure in the land the chief justice entering bring the political realm which is something he is not I know he has served in political roles before but this is not a comfortable position for him is it. I think one of of the things that we've learned from from watching Justice Roberts over the years is that he is someone that isn't looking for the spotlight and I think that we've already seen him. You know he wore the he didn't get flashy robes he didn't get robes with gold armbands on them like like justice. Rehnquist it in the in the Clinton impeachment. He wore the same robes that he wears when he sits on the Supreme Court as Chief. And so that sort of you. That's your your initial clue that John Roberts here is not one and that is going to be stepping up and making a big deal about this at the same time. I'm as enthused about watching this process. You guys are in that. Politics is interesting to all of us. Because we're watching this system of democracy play out every day and one of the things that we're getting to see right now. Is this third branch the government which I very much appreciate and love to cover and we're watching that third branch get a little bit They are showing their role role in what happens whenever the Congress is is testing or enforcing The presidency and so with John Roberts there we'd never get the American public has have has been incredibly affected by things. John Roberts has has done in the court that he sits on has done. A you know legalized gay marriage. They upheld the affordable care. Act We as the American public have not seen what he looks like In in in this sort of setting where he's wearing his robes and he's ruling and he's sitting as a judge and so in this you do get to see Roberts what he looks like People will be able to name him. I think it's like more than half of Americans can't name a Supreme Court justice. Perhaps they will at the end of this. Perhaps they will take up barnes to get cameras in the courtroom and I don't think Caitlyn supports that. Yeah I think it could be a very helpful tool to sort if illuminate but yeah but they're gonNA see him now no doubt about that and and you are so right. The I think what we're getting when we say when we learned about this as young people and and and then watching the practice. It's what you're getting Keelan. It's the intersection of the three branches of government. Like no other way in which they do. I mean to have the the presidency on on trial in a case prosecuted by the Congress and adjudicated by the Congress and presided over by the chief justice of the supreme of the United States. It is It really is at the highest level in intersection of those three branches of government. That set up our entire system right. This isn't like set to rap music like Hamilton Hamilton. But the people who set up our government are real people and they thought through things and and it is incredible that we are seeing this happen on the day that we are getting new information new no details that that is what is amazing. This this impeachment case against the president is about to go to trial next week and new facts are still emerging. Stay.

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