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Remembering the Success of 'Rescuing Sprite'

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last month

Remembering the Success of 'Rescuing Sprite'

"And I wrote rescuing Sprite before I wrote liberty and tyranny Because our dogs bright passed away and I didn't want to write What would become known as liberty and tyranny I was not in the mood to write at all I just don't handle these things very well He's kind of keep to myself But what happened was the first week it came out rescuing Sprite sold an enormous number of books for a dog book by me just because I'm a dog person but I'm not like a dog expert People didn't expect the book like that for me But the book did extremely well The many went to A local rescue much of it went to rescues throughout the country I was attacked for what was it pay for play right mister And then we keep the money How is that paid That doesn't matter So anyway we sold ten to 15,000 more books than ten rogo But there was no way the New York slimes and its and its invisible faceless leftists who make these decisions about the list no way they were going to allow Mark Levin and his dog book to beat Tom Brokaw So that first week they gave us number three And broke all number two Even though that we were number two and broke always number three

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Tom Brokaw retiring from NBC News after 55 years

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Brokaw retiring from NBC News after 55 years

"Newsman signing off following a career that spanned the JFK assassination all the way here to the Corona virus pandemic. I'm Tom 40, calling it a broadcast career after more than half a century. NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw. Good evening, He did local news in L. A covered the White House hosted today and that evening broadcast through the eighties nineties and early two thousands. The 80 year old Tom Brokaw says he does plan to keep writing books and articles.

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Tom Brokaw says he's retiring from NBC News after 55 years

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Brokaw says he's retiring from NBC News after 55 years

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Tom Brokaw says he's retiring from NBC news Tom Brokaw of NBC news says he's retiring from television the eighty year old Brokaw who anchored NBC nightly news from nineteen eighty two to two thousand four says he plans to continue writing books and articles Procol last appeared on air on MSNBC's morning Joe on December thirtieth in two thousand seven Brokaw reflected on his arrival at NBC news after just two years on local TV in the Brzeska arrive in California working for NBC in nineteen fifty six just four years off the Great Plains working class families and small town Brokaw was with NBC news for fifty five years in twenty thirteen roll call was diagnosed with multiple myeloma and curable blood cancer that affects the bone marrow hi Mike Rossio

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Tom Brokaw announces retirement after 55 years at NBC News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Brokaw announces retirement after 55 years at NBC News

"Anchor Tom Brokaw has announced his retirement today. Brokaw is the on Lee anchor to have led all three of NBC's flagship news programs today Meet the press and, of course, nightly news.

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"America. The economy. Corona virus, not social, Just the economy. The economy about Corona virus was third. Now watch CNN, MSNBC. Fox News Doesn't matter. Whatever news network floats your boat. Probably Corona virus. Top of mind all the time. Yeah, I think it is yet. I think you and I would admit, you know, after the first month or so, you just kind of started live your life. Yeah. Yeah, The the truth of the matter is that ultimately it doesn't matter what else is going on, and certainly Corona virus is unprecedented as faras the scope of the pandemic, at least in modern times. It is But the reality of it is most people look at the economy is number one, because what they found out because of the pandemic is economics really do matter, and you really do need to kind of be open in order to make a living And if you're not open and businesses depressed, and you can't make a living and who better is going to bring the economy back, But the guy who gave you the better economy before the pandemic, even struck now. Also in this exit polling. The biggest percentage. Just they did another thing and how how. How's your bank account? Basically right, 41% said. It was better than ever. And that was the majority underneath that said he was about the same and only 20 or less per cent. Said it had been worse four years ago four years ago. I'm not sure where mine would be. I'd have to think about that. I think it's probably about the same binds in the gutter, but it's always been together. But that's not so much her. Never never changed. Even taking on that big military money, huh? Yeah, I guess that's helped. Okay. Anyway, we're getting something. Now we're getting somewhere. Alright, So that's the economy's number One economies number one of social justice was number two. Corona viruses. Three social justice was number two. Like so, yes, social issues, not like Social justice warriors. Just specially. She's begging all of you could define it in many wherever you wanted to find. That was number one, okay? Aw now like writing and things like that. That was actually that was under Corona virus. Now we're getting the 11 percentile and in health care was at the bottom. Interesting. Healthcare is one of the big issues that Democrats were running on, especially run on where Amy Cockney Barrett was concerned there. She's going to take away your health care which I don't think anybody believed. But it doesn't matter. You have a few people who believe that I'm sure yes, and bottom line is it can affect their votes. Now what I think is interesting here because I thought that for the longest time, especially since the summer time that Public safety. What a big issue law and order because you're seeing you're seeing Ah lot of cities around the country burning and the reason I don't think it has the impact that you think it does. Is there, not reporting it? It's not getting reported anywhere except Fox. Well, to me. These exit polls kind of makes sense. If you give one give. Well, let's say the majority people they polled voted for Trump. The economy is number one issue. Sure. Then the next biggest group would be Democrats have come out. Let's say social issues are their biggest, so that makes it number two and then second on the list for conservatives would be what the Safety and things like that. So it kind of it all kind of lines in my mind. You know, I got to say this and I'm not predicting anything. I'm not calling, calling it. I'm not calling it. Trump has said several things today that makes me wonder if he knows something. He has been almost somber, and I don't know if it's if he's tired or what it is. Yeah, the guys in his early 70. So I imagine he's tired because he's done. I don't know how many rallies his voice is shot. The last time I heard him today talk. His voice is shot. But he said some things today that make me believe that he knows something I always remember. Going back to 1992 in that election. I remember Tom Brokaw did an interview with the President elect Bill Clinton. And he said, When did you know that you won and he said The morning of Election Day. Really? I knew that morning because of internal polling an external polling. It wasn't hard to figure out we had won the election. And I've often wondered in that particular case. There was a clear winner. Nobody questioned it. Of course, I wondered if Trump got some news this morning, said, Sir, we've this is our final poll. We phrased the question as best we could, and we still we're coming up short and because because he's made several statements today about losing And that is not trump No do that because he's one of those that believes you don't want to speak it into existence that and that's what one thing a lot of his pundits and these news types don't understand. Like, Why won't you say you'll concede? He's one of those that then I speaking into it exists, I'll lose. I actually heard today that he's a very superstitious person. So then that makes even more sense. Why, in the past has never said I will concede because in his mind that's if I say I'm gonna lose. Then I might actually let you set yourself up. Yes, He's a very wish it into existence. Well, that may be true. I don't know something. I know Plenty of people are like that. But it just several things, he said. Today just have kind of caught me by surprise. Weird. It's almost like a humility that showed up all of a sudden because he was like, Oh, I know all I'll say who's won when the votes are counted or something like that today, when in the past, he was like, I'm gonna call it tonight. No matter what, Chad like. I'm going to call it and Buyten's walking around acting like he's already One. So I once again I'm not trying to tell anybody. I know anything. I just That's what I have observed today from both candidates got feeling thought, even a gut feeling from the hip. Not there's no gut feeling. There's no straight from the hip. There's not. It's just what I've observed. Do with it. As you see fit. It may mean nothing. But I've always remembered what I see something like that. And I remember that interview with Bill Clinton back in 92, saying I learned the morning of the election. The results now. The polls close the first set of polls close in 19 minutes and 36 seconds. Where the closet Kentucky these coast. Yeah, right. Because it's they close it six their time. It seems like always the first state you find out is Indiana and Kentucky. Yes. Now what they say is Kentucky. You gotta watch the No or for those who know what the Kentucky the state of Kentucky looks like the northern part that is a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio If Trump wins that in a big margin, That should show how Trump's doing today. If buying kind of feeds in or gets into that weasels his way in or how everyone phrases oppression say weaves his way in But gets a bigger chunk. And let's say Hillary did in 2016, then that may be Letting you know how he's going to do for the night. Well, you know our good friend, pollster Frank Lunch. Ken Bone without the good luck, absolutely says there are three states. Trump has to win all three Florida, Ohio and North Carolina. Biden only needs to win one. So the entire country relies on those three states. Yes, yeah, that's that's one of the quirks of our system. But I would rather have that system than the national Popular vote system because then California picks every president and they're crazy. You know how people talk about Hillary winning the popular vote in 2016? She didn't She lost 49 states or she lost. However many states she lost. Sure California was her entire plurality. Now, Frank Lutz also came out and said. Fine doesn't win. All of posters, including himself should be fired. That's right, because we're terrible at our jobs. Well, I don't know That may not be true. That may be just an aberration because a lot of trump voters are just simply as one of our callers pointed out. They have a silent majority. Yeah, we'll see. Once again, it takes lightning striking twice, and it takes once again looking at odds..

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'Out' features Pixar's first gay lead character

Nerd On! The Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

'Out' features Pixar's first gay lead character

"Pixar shorts. I don't know if you saw like kit bull or loop or any of the little shorts that have come out from Disney. That have been really really cute. A new one just came out called out and it is about a gay couple coming out to their parents. It's all about this guy who kind of looks like a lumberjack. Unlike his family comes over. It's like a nine minute short. It's so cute. It's on Disney. Plus it just came out this past week and it's not what I thought it was going to be. But it's also really great The lumberjack song from Monty Python. But but it was the first time I've really seen Disney do something so straightforward. Whether like. Yeah they they actually go out hiding in my a pixar animated. It's think it's the right questions to damage Tom. Brokaw's legit thing. I was going to say this. You know again me being like the Big Disney skeptic. I always found that. They are very Calculatedly woke and they like to things when they feel like. It's it makes them money or pixar has been doing this for the longest time. Because they've been like not anti-disney but they're like we don't follow their mandate and we just do our own movies. Yeah so there's they're short films have been like that is pixar signing nation studios you're right streaming on the Disney plus. It's the first gay main character that that his

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Tom Brokaw Henry Winkler Clinton delight manning in more graduating or not these are more than a commencement speech this is about inspiration congratulations to the class of twenty twenty from I heart radio news I'm rich Dennison vice president Mike pence discussing increased corona virus testing at the White House after a military aide to president trump contracted the disease the White House now is initiated an effort that the president I not only will be tested every day but I think everyone that comes into contact with the president will be tested the every day both he and the president again tested negative for the disease today coronavirus deaths in the U. S. passing seventy five thousand the bank of England reports Britain's economy could see its biggest hit and more than three hundred years from the impact of coronavirus shut downs that would be Britain's biggest fall since the so called great frost of seventeen oh nine an exceptionally cold winter the Bangko say predicting a rebound potentially a record fifteen percent growth in twenty twenty one but the economy back to where it was before the outbreak within three years boxes Simoneau on America is listening to fox stations across the land Joe pags dot com Facebook Twitter Instagram email it's all right there plus the live video feeds the Joe pags show glad to have you here who would have this guy we haven't had a long before his name is in the fatal stored and your correspondent for campus reform dot org over at Stanford right yes I am if you're going to see a walk through the program thank you so much for doing here is really good to have you know I do need to let people know I literally we had try to frame the shot because that's a whole hell of a lot of hair I will open mine straight up and that's amazing I can't cut it right now everything's close my brother using my barber he's on the other side of the country so you couldn't get the clippers and used to like I I gotta be honest I took clippers and a good over my ears a little bit about two weeks ago it looked horrible so maybe don't do the clippers I think that's probably a bad move so I married a couple weeks my fiancee does on many of the clippers also gives you the freedom I messed it up what does she like that the way that it is okay with it but he definitely prefers a story I'm sure for the ceremony well how short would you don't really have a clue it's not about your hair but it's it's kind of an amazing head of hair I'm so sorry how do you normally keep it much shorter than that nearly about a happens to run ins nice what's the order I think a closer look for more professional but I don't mind the after look at all of warning for most my life actually know where you are it do they have the the the hairdressers opening up against like the were IBM it'll be tomorrow they'll open up again what's also interesting I don't know exactly when I'm in California right now right and I really don't know when they're gonna be opening up has never opened it again no no California could be like a sucker this is Gavin Newsom is that guy he's like my hair looks great I'm not worried about it thank you I mean that's probably true he did say that he wanted the new normal to be wearing masks and restaurant right what what is that I mean he literally said that he wants to be a new normal like for ever we should shake hands we should we should all wear masks very very odd our is it giving you I appreciate you make sure you got a cable reform dot org every day check out the great reporting by The Jungle journalists who put them into the mainstream media shame every single day how you doing your classes as it online for you if you're going to a class in the past two months actually I just took a mid term like five minutes ago so yes I have a class yes online okay right right right only right yeah given physically gone into a class though right now I wish I'm not sitting on my bed at a desk and a random table laying in the grass is actually kind of fantastic so so you do you miss it you miss the everyday stuff a lot of people prefer doing it online I like doing it online but I really miss my friend this is gonna be my senior spring I'm supposed to graduate in June now all of that's up in the air I'm supposed to get married in June to now try to figure out how to do that so it's been kind of wild would be in California that the weddings that were explained we're planning for California but Gavin Newsom has even mentioned when when I mean to his plans so come to me I will get you married hearing losses don't worry about it three five that's the beauty of federalism we can just go to a different state exactly right in there but he's really taken advantage of a tenth amendment that's for sure it is it's a again the fatal store first time we've had a mall let's get to some of the stories GOP lawmakers are probing Chinese efforts to infiltrate U. S. colleges a lot of people would say this is beautiful but to even say it is not happening this is crazy you just take the Chinese well the truth of the matter is the fatal they really are infiltrating our college system on purpose right yeah yeah I think it's actually really important story to look at it's important also to avoid hitting a phobia specifically because when we are Xena phobic what we're doing is helping the Chinese Communist Party right a two thousand nineteen Stanford daily article actually just talked about this how long students Chinese students at Stanford or even nervous about speaking about the Chinese government in classes and events among their friends because they don't know what peers are going to report them we should be helping them we should be making it harder for Chinese students whether Chinese American or Chinese nationals to exist and to enjoy the right to free speech that we as Americans have on campus but the same time it's really important that we don't allow the Chinese government to gain a foothold in and understand all of the research that we've been paying for that we've been doing and that we've been on just enjoying because of the greatness of our country well it's interesting because I called the Chinese flu it's it's certainly the CCP has been horrible about about the reporting of what happened and will hand the doctors and scientists who wanted us all know about this to warn us are either dead or disappeared yet I got a Chinese daughter I went to China and adopted her so it's not about the Chinese people it never has been this is about better government trying to dominate in the way you dominate issue in full crate with your what you see as your communist culture and when we got these Chinese what were the call that they're not institutions but there are places of learning from all over the place exactly right to convict the Confucius institute is this is a real thing being backed by the CCPD change our opinion on that way of life so this is about the Chinese people are your contemporary early giving Chinese people a hard time simply because their Chinese not that I've seen but I wouldn't be surprised if it happened once in awhile but I really do think it's a really small problem and I think that it's it's worth trying to pay attention to prevent but at the same time understanding that this is actually a threat the Soviet Union already use this against us they understood that the the two days professor of international relations could be tomorrow's Assistant Secretary of state could be then that next undersecretary and that's a really important thing to realize and at Stanford the Chinese government has already attempted a couple times to pressure the university for receiving funding from the chamber has a Confucius institute and either Confucius institute they have one endowed chair by the get to Chinese there is paper actually by the Hon bond which is the educational arm of the party and by taking university as well as Chinese classes in the Senate committee I think on investigations the subcommittee investigations did say that this was a particularly a soft power move on to by the Chinese to try to make on there the public opinion I'm in America more favorable towards them but the staff is different has actually in the past it up against the Chinese government and I think it's important to understand that these private entities in America are not being on American they actually are trying to still work with us and still trying to prevent our interests and it's also in the university's best interest to keep a foreign power from undermining that make the Chinese government actually hacks Denver I think was back in two thousand eleven thousand twelve and got all of their student records and required us to put in a whole bunch of new on ways of making sure that we can keep our data secure and I first though that the funding that is used to fund this Confucius institute came with caveats they want to stand for just to never talk about to back and they wanted to put in place a social sciences teacher or professor at the university endowed by the Chinese government it's ever said no to both of them I think that's something that is is great should be celebrated and we should be looking for those examples and what when this probe as well as at the places where people are making mistakes and this with the CCP does they they bring a bunch of money like take they take over a a huge portion northern Italy just like say will rebuild your port but we're basically going to only area so there's there's like a little China now in the northern part of of Italy and some reports say that's why coronavirus was so bad in Italy because there's a big illegal immigration trade there now it is the thing you'll store from my Stanford University really appreciate the time student governments are still getting away with the nine conservative groups based on ideology I thought that we were moving past this because people like you are highlighting that these universities are doing it we're still doing it well I think the thing is the people who are in universities are really disconnected from regular people everyday people I mean I don't I mean really and our universe's bureaucrats are making the decisions of your craft that that I worked with at Stanford we're trying to get our keep USA chapter approved which was denied and eventually approved thought that most of the Stanford campus was full of activists was full of people who were very involved in in campus politics and in reality it's a small group of students and that tends to be the case or small group of students were drastically more offended than the average population and what do people say chapters brings another perspective and what I found leading one at Stanford is that people actually really enjoy the ability to call him and have conversations with us because it was the time when the people make demonstrations in the on campus is either on the right on the left they're trying to make a point and they're not interested in listening but the TV was a model really is about bringing awareness bringing attention to cut to entertain it situations around the country to politics and allowing conservatives to have conversations and without that a lot of conservatives who like they can't have conversations because while there's a few people on campus are very interested in activism a large group of people very much believe the lives of those people sell them and so I think it's very important that organizations like this continue to fight and continue to stand up and say we would like to have a place to have a conversation on this campus they're not asking to have a an opportunity to to to bring up disruption or to cause problems like that the student governments in the bureaucracy that many of these universities claim but then reacts and I'm actually a lot of cheap USA chapters are just trying to have a conversation and I think that's something that's really important and what you're doing there is you're punishing the students who were in the middle who haven't yet figured out exactly what they want to believe who want to explore politics and you're making politics even more difficult for them to approve or they are they punishing them or the indoctrinating them see the people who were in the middle have only gotten the left indoctrination so if you only hear one side of you bring the T. P. U. S. A. R. campus reformed order Joe pags and you actually hear the other side now you get to balance it decide which which side you want to go to if there is no other side in the doctor needed to win that's the game.

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Kathy Bates discusses her Oscar nominated movie 'Richard Jewell'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

14:01 min | 2 years ago

Kathy Bates discusses her Oscar nominated movie 'Richard Jewell'

"This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a great movie for you to see right now called Richard Jewel based on a true story but my guest today Kathy Athey Bates who you know from so many things I could mention them but then the show would be over because she has too many credits too many awards but she plays the title character's actors mother in this and she will break your heart six ways from Sunday. But today we're GonNa be having fun are absolutely welcome to the first time you've done done. This popcorns yours get no no. I've lost sixty pounds in managed to keep it off the last three or so I've been on. They sell popcorn pretty okay at least and we're smelling as Peter Stocks. The top doing this so you just got of course all the awards you have. Now you have a new nomination as best supporting actress for Richard Jewel for me. Ah The best award for this movie has been the fact that bobby jewel richards mom who's still alive Loves the movie. Because if she didn't now I know Gosh 'cause in the movie you know how she got Tom Brokaw. I know I know I know. We don't want her to be getting mad. Now you know and also You know there have been Statues in Centennial Park and young and Billy Payne who brought the Olympics to Atlanta. And finally there's going to be a a plaque with Richard's name and what did he say. Oh well that's a good thing should set that up or you should. Why should I work really really? Yeah that's it no Richard Jewel. That's the name of the movie. Clint Eastwood directed at but a true story. Can you tell us a little about Richard J. Just absolutely Richard had been a cop for a few years and then resigned or was fired depending on how you look at it. And then he we went to become a guard at at A college nearby and he got leftover the the thing with Richard that I found so tragic about this whole story story is that he was this hyper vigilant person. Ever since he was a kid at nine of the police the police even as a kid eight in church he wanted to help people And even in Turkey would run around and make sure everybody had a program and then later on when he was a cop he carried like one one hundred thirty pound you know battering Ram but he also had beanie babies for the kids who he might find who had been in accidents so he could give him he was is just this generous simple humble kind man who wanted to help everybody and it was that vigilance that Helped him in his job. He was hired to be a security guy for the Olympics. They were calling everybody in and he was at the sound and light tower and and he'd gone off to the restroom and he came back and there was a bench there and he noticed right away there was what they call an Alice. Pack this big military pack the officious very suspicious and so he told the sit idle like that and they say oh. Come on Richard he said no no I have a bad feeling and they so they brought in the bomb guys and he described it that the the guy went underneath and looked at it and then he just froze and he just back very slowly out and he told his buddy to turn turn a cell phone off and they tried to get everybody back as many people back but through a series of mishaps and nine one one calls and not being able to get in touch touch with people Eric Rudolph who actually planted the bomb and was not caught until like six years later Had this phone message You know there's going to be a bomb in Centennial Park in thirty minutes and thanks to Richard got all that is out of the tower. He was running up and down with doing everything everything a hand and suddenly he became this hero in and then for three days three days and his mother was all got that three day. Yeah my mom his his mom he's on TV. He's bets right he's on. TV is the hero of the day if CNN wanted to talk to him and what turned out was there was a leak from the FBI to Cathy scruggs at the Atlanta Journal Constitution and they decided to break the story and overnight they everybody turned against him and said he was the he was the guy he exempts Mama Except Momma. She was there for him she was they were very very close. She had two miscarriages ages and Richard was her only child and Both his real dad and his step step dad banished from their lives for various. The reasons and So he was her child her boy you know and she knows she knows how he can be be overzealous knows the things that he shouldn't be doing. You trust the police so much too much that it cost him by they use. This is what was so cruel colon. I remember when I started out working with Clint. We were all there to meet with him and I said why do you want to do this movie. And he said because I think it's an American tragedy and he said this is a story that people need to see Jon Hamm was down in Atlanta and people said well what are you doing down here. And he said Oh it's about the bombing and Oh yeah that guy. Richard Jewell who was the bomber summer. Because there's some suspicion and for eight days without any evidence People camped out you know media the FBI suspected in even when they brought him in for his first interview they already had a cell for him. Yeah we like him for this. That's what they always say. Yeah because the public. Everybody's demanding to know who did this. There's that desire. Why are to get somebody up there and say he did it well? There were millions and millions of dollars resting on this because of the Olympics and they had to get it sorted say it's nineteen ninety-six on this is happening so we weren't even in the big cellphone period of the everything was just taking off and don't forget we'd had waco the Federal Building we had Ruby Ridge. We had ninety three Truck Bombing World Trade Center so it was the beginning of the new normal ordinarily of this terrorism. And and it's that going. That's that seesaw. From we love you to stay away from us. I think that the real tragedy and I'm sure that this is what bobby default is that the very quality that enabled him to find that bomb his vigilance. They turn that into a liability And they beat him up with it that to me I think is just the tragedy of all. We'll one amazing scene that you have among renting in this is when bobby went on national. TV making a plea to President Clinton at the time yes to see what's happening and do something for some. Yes so let's look a little bit attack okay. My son is innocent. Richard is not the Olympic the big park bomber. He saved people's lives. Please hear me Mr President and help me. My son is a hero. If they do not intend to charge my son. You please tell us. Please tell the world Mr President. Please clear heartbreaking. Breaking it is is really is. I don't know how many times you had to do that. Well actually we got it in the first take. That's so clint into eastwood is fresh and real. Whenever I've been on a set of this it's always let's move on now but you know people say that the do said I J do when you're always think it's going to be quick but it's not that he takes his time and he leaves it open and it so efficient that he doesn't need need to do more than a couple of takes? Is this your first time with Clint Eastwood. Absolutely absolutely what was that like was a nervous wreck I was a nervous wreck. Check it I I and I think we all were because we all wanted to just I mean we all WanNa do our best all the time. But when you're with someone like client or Mike Nichols just you really and I think we also felt a real responsibility to bobby she survived. Of course she's still alive. And and Richard passed away ten years later he was thirty three when this happened and He got some money CNN NBC you know. They sued them and but the Atlanta Journal Constitution never accepted responsibility for it and the real. FBI Guy who's played by. I Jon Hamm went to his grave saying this guy did it. We see that teen in the movie where he says I still think yeah even when somebody else has confessed knowing it. That's the kind of thing. Well it's a movie that is pretty hard basically on the media and on the feds. It's really saying that in a world where we're supposed to trust certain things we've lost it you know that was nineteen ninety. Six things are worse now. Well and I think it's important to realize is that they just got it wrong and they were in such a rush to try and say the Olympics. That had really. This was only the second day I think it'd be Olympics and and So that was really driving it. And I don't WanNa paint it with two broader brush because look more than ever we need the truth from the press more than ever we I need the truth from the FBI. You know the government we depend on those institutions so that was very specific to this case and I hope people people don't feel that we're just trying to malign those institutions. What does Clinton do when after take? He's happy with it. Well this is what I love of about him and and I didn't realize this is that he just lets the camera. Keep going and we just keep going The scene may be done. I mean our lines. May It'd be done. But we just keep improvising and just continuing to live in that situation and he gets a lot of great stuff that he can use and it's also an opportunity for us to have more time together to experience the chargers together especially nowadays when you don't have rehearsal time you're you'd have your as my friend. Jessica Tandy God rest or used to say your kitchen work nowadays. You have to do your kitchen or in your kitchen you know at at home alone so it's great to have that it's been working. Well when he was when Clinton was here last he was saying that he hates movies. Where the director will say? Hey you know because he said I'm really quiet about it. I just go go when you're ready when you're ready. Just do something I also heard about. I don't know if this is is apocryphal. Or not was when he was doing Spaghetti Westerns and they would scream action the worst would at all also in TV. You know it's just also crazy. The and I think that's when he he developed his style he thought you know. Wait a minute. Everybody's just rushing in and getting it wrong and rushing and getting it wrong again and he just wanted to keep it real simple simple. He says when you're ready people going like this and I remember the first time adequate seen merge running downstairs in Iran into the sound guy who are really liked and I was was trying to speak French Dami said and I thought I thought the scene was over. You know and then that's when I realized it's not over till it's over it until he says it's yeah that's got it he also has. Can I just say he has an amazing cameramen Stephen Campanella he's he's been with them for twenty five years like many of the people on the crew. It's like a family and he just knows how to tell that story with the camera and one of my favorite shots and Clint's to win when the FBI are there. And you see Richard putting his blue gloves on and we've been telling him and telling them not to help the police and then it pans over to salmon. I just standing there looking at him. Like he's never gonNA stop. You know you just wants to throttling. But whatever he's doing he's doing great eighty nine now. Yeah he's still sexiest. Hell you go see. And you've turned that he is. He is sexy telling you. Imagine what it'd be like when he's ninety at like good wine. Everything is perfect to do. Well you you've worked with so many people you know Mike Nichols and primary primary colors. He's somebody I missed tremendously. He's not only a great director but he's just one of the smartest most fun people people that ever lived on this earth. Yeah I agree I remember. I was at an awards thing I think it was the EMMYS and and I lost you know and like about half an hour later. I get this text for Mike. Saying you're among one of my favorite actors I've ever worked with and I thought well that's it dude. I know it's like how lovely of him to do that. In that moment it is but he was right well he was well. It was one of the high points of my life to work with him. I and with that

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on KTRH

"When I saw an interview with Tom Brokaw Hey Susie currently there is destructive it's doing nothing but spending twenty four seven talking about what's taking people off any startling mending the fact this this this lonely wife we wait wait to go back and look at Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan was able to unify the country unified appealing country after the Vietnam War and after all this what was able to unify the in what universe how you got forty nine state lands to unify the country the press hated his guts just like they hate trump at Brokaw doesn't remember that anyway he thinks the press is very destructive right now too many boy zero one stroke is there no idea what's true anymore enter any unilateral common set of his comments in the bath I have printed it I'm not as dominant get into more detail on that next week will make it back stop to to finish the center on trump I I I reminded I remind some people in the trump White House of this yes I think that to them trump's campaign in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen yes all long ago those it's it's only three four years ago but it is a lifetime ago and they are focused on a reelection campaign now that has a completely different set issues advanced parameters you name it but I wanted to remind them what they pulled off how would you stop and think about this folks a guy from our side the political spectrum I actually think trump is the embodiment by the way of the one of the tenets of the American dream that anybody can do anything in this country it's one of the things that official Washington hates about him he's not from them he's not from their world and their world is a very exclusionary and exclusive world if you're not in it you don't get to be in it and you certainly don't succeed in it if you try and here he calms and mops the floor with all of them they're very protective about their their their club their world and the fact that trump I was able to get elected which is a public referendum it's a you know an election is on one level an expression of national popularity it's just send them on their heels they still haven't been able to get over it what trump doing it should tell any of you that you can do anything you want in this country that it is possible it may be hard it may be unlikely and it may be something really against the but it can be done I I think it's the quintessential illustration of what many people think the American dream is because in the conventional wisdom is there's no way somebody like Donald Trump should get past first base in a presidential election but he hit a home run but go back to that trip down the escalator think about the things that he said about illegal immigrants think about the way he described them now he described them in language very common tech everybody who thinks negative way our or has the same attitude about illegal immigration people are worried about it it's it's not a race issue for people people are are worried about the destruction to our culture lack of assimilation the rule of law I mean these are people breaking the law nobody seems to care rule of law matters why are we looking the other way why are we letting this one two people get a get a way to break a lot of money nose gets a Democrat voter registration plan so trump comes down the escalator and and doesn't hold back he got elected there's a that after that day I will guarantee you're not a single person in the drive by media or political class who watched his announcement for he had even a serious intent to get old nobody what ever say those things about people if they really intended to where he said I'm and he got elected and there's one other example of this the access Hollywood tape which NBC had for the longest time they held at my helmet my helmet my family released it it came out in October there's nobody in politics should ever survived that on top of everything else now I told the people in trump campaign don't forget that you got elected there's a reason why there's a reason why you got elected saying those things describing that issue the way you did as a reason why you got elected it did not hurt the electoral effort for reasons I can't divulge simply because of privacy I had an inkling that trump was going to do this years in advance I don't know when don't misunderstand not one I saw and make those speeches that comment of that speech I waited I I'll yeah I was all in that day and I had a lot of friends in my thing I was nuts because the that would be ideal conservative cameras would've been ruby our crew is and going all in for trump a lot of people now love the guy hated his guts after that escalator speech for a host of reasons when I saw the first polls take him after that escalator speech and they were about two weeks after and I saw that trump was thirty eight percent I just kind of smiled and I said he is going to win and I told anybody here in the studio that I thought it was going to win when I saw the first wave of polls after the escalator speech how many access Hollywood video happened my concern was that there would be people in his campaign that would have banned them over that so I fired off a couple people that I knew when I did I didn't know a whole lot of people campaign out but I fired off a note whatever you do do not let this change anything you're doing I said the American people are fed up with these October surprise as they are fed up this stuff is been out there for all these years and they just now release the American people are fed up with their election being tampered with with the still but our Tober surprises they've had a it isn't going to work I said do not worry about this it isn't going to work I don't know if they listen to me or not but I do know that the last debate with Hillary Clinton wanted trump do he brought all of bill Clinton's women in and put him in the front row and I said this is over so the short answer to your question is yeah not only was I and early on supporter I was confident he was going to win let's see I have an advantage over all the other people on cable TV they have no idea who the American people really are the American people are not their audience but the American people are my audience I have a similar bond with the people in this audience of trump has with his supporters and it enabled me to be confident to feel confident he was going to win and that the traditional things that happen in a campaign that because a camera to lose support we're not going to cause him to lose support because he was that different he represented something desperately needed at the time it wasn't just that he was an outsider but that was a big deal it was a massive assessed for him in terms of people viewing his qualifications the fact he was an outsider not part of the swamp not part of the the age old problem people were frustrated and fed up maybe being told one thing during campaigns and then the people telling them what they want to hear during campaigns after getting elected would never follow through on it once they were in office so yeah I I am I never do I could never entered in my field of vision the trump was or was not a conservative that was not a factor I knew I do you listen to him was not a liberal you can tell who the who we thought the the quote unquote enemies you can tell who we thought the opposition was it was the same people I think of the opposition the people he wanted to defeat are the same people life they need to be defeated and that added up to a great common bond I've known trump for a long time he's not a conservative ideologue but he has in stinks and he lives his wife as though he is one something with the fact that he doesn't know Edmund Burke is that lives his life as a concert what which matters to the never trump is the fact that trump but no it had been Burke is disqualifies okay so he doesn't know intellectual conservative history and all that doesn't matter to me and he is following through there hasn't been one thing he's done so far that has let me down that turned on dammit had I haven't had one reaction to anything he's done dammit I got fooled dammit this is not good dammit I'm losing for that has not happened I don't know about you but it hasn't happened with me got take a break hang on we'll be back don't go numbers show.

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"When I saw an interview with Tom Brokaw Hey says the current media is destructive it's doing nothing but spending twenty four seven talking about what's taking people off any startling mending the fact this this does worldly wise as we wait wait to go back and look at Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan was able to unify the country unified appealing country after the Vietnam War and after all this we was able to unify the in what universe how you got forty nine state lands unify the country the press hated his guts just like they hate trump at Brokaw doesn't remember that anyway he thinks the press is very destructive right now too many boy zero one stroke is there no idea what's true anymore and they're in a unilateral common set of this council that I have printed it I'm not as dominant get into more detail on that next week will make it back stop it to finish the center on trump hi I reminded I remind some people in the trump White House of this yes I think that to them trump's campaign in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen yes all along the goal does it say it's only three four years ago but it is a lifetime ago and they are focused on a reelection campaign now that has a completely different set issues advanced parameters you name it but I wanted to remind them what they pulled off how would you stop and think about this folks a guy from our side the political spectrum I actually think trump is the embodiment by the way of the one of the tenants of the American dream that anybody can do anything in this country it's one of the things that official Washington hates about him he's not from them he's not from their world and their world is a very exclusionary and exclusive world if you're not in it you don't get to be in it and you certainly don't succeed in it if you try and here he calms and mops the floor with all of them they are very protective about their their their club their world and the fact that trump was able to get elected which is a public referendum it's a you know an election is on one level an expression of national popularity it's just sell them on their heels they still haven't been able to get over it but trump doing it should tell any of you that you can do anything you want in this country that it is possible it may be hard it may be unlikely and it may be something really against the but it can be done I I think it's the quintessential illustration of what many people think the American dream is because in the conventional wisdom is there's no way somebody like Donald Trump should get past first base in a presidential election but he hit a home run but go back to that trip down the escalator think about the things that he said about illegal immigrants think about the way he described them now he described them in language very common tech everybody who thinks negative way our or has the same attitude about illegal immigration people are worried about it it's it's not a race issue for people people are are worried about the destruction to our culture lack of assimilation the rule of law I mean these are people breaking the law nobody seems to care rule of law matters why are we looking the other way why are we letting this one could be will get a get a way to break a lot of money nose gets a Democrat voter registration plan so trust comes down the escalator and and doesn't hold back he got elected there's a that after that day I will guarantee you're not a single person in the drive by media or political class who watched his announcement for he had even a serious intent to get old nobody would ever say those things about people if they really intended to where he said I'm and he got elected and there's one other example of this the access Hollywood tape which NBC had for the longest time they held at my helmet my helmet may finally released it it came out in October there's nobody in politics should ever survived that on top of everything else and I told the people in trump campaign don't forget that you got elected there's a reason why there's a reason why you got elected saying those things describing that issue the way you did as a reason why you got elected it did not hurt the electoral effort for reasons I can't divulge simply because of privacy I had an inkling that trump was going to do this years in advance I don't know when don't misunderstand but when I saw him and make those speeches that comment of that speech I waited I I'll yeah I was all in that day and I had a lot of friends and I think I was nuts because the back to the ideal conservative Canas whatever ruby or cruise and going all in for trump a lot of people now love the guy hated his guts after that escalators beach for a host of reasons when I saw the first polls taken after that escalator speech and they were about two weeks after and I saw that trump was it thirty eight percent I just kind of smiled and I said he's going to win and I told anybody here in the studio that I thought it was going to win when I saw the first wave of polls after the escalator speech and when the access Hollywood video happened my concern was that there would be people in his campaign that would have banned them over that so I fired off a couple people that I knew when I did I didn't know a whole lot of people a campaign out but I fired off a note whatever you do do not let this change anything you're doing I said the American people are fed up with these October surprise as they are fed up this stuff is been out there for all these years and they just now release it the American people are fed up with their election being tampered with with the still but I told her surprises they've had a it isn't going to work I said do not worry about this it isn't going to work I don't know if they listen to me or not but I do know that the last debate with Hillary Clinton what in trump do he brought all of bill Clinton's women in and put him in the front row and I said this is over so the short answer to your question is yeah not only was I and early on supporter I was confident he was going to win but see I have an advantage over all the other people on cable TV they have no idea who the American people really are the American people are not their audience but the American people are my audience I have a similar bond with the people in this audience to trump has with his supporters and it enabled me to be confident to feel confident he was going to win and that the traditional things that happen in a campaign that because a Canada to lose support we're not going to cause him to lose support because he was that different he represented something desperately needed at the time and it wasn't just that he was an outsider but that was a big deal it was a massive assessed for him in terms of people viewing his qualifications the fact he was an outsider not part of the swamp not part of the the age old problem people were frustrated and fed up maybe being told one thing during campaigns and then the people telling them what they want to hear during campaigns after getting elected would never follow through on it once they were in office salt yeah I and I never did I could never entered in my field of vision the trump was or was not a conservative that was not a factor I knew I do you listen to him was not a liberal you can tell who the who we fought the the quote unquote enemies you can tell who we thought the opposition was it was the same people I think of the opposition the people he wanted to defeat are the same people life they need to be defeated and that added up to a great common bond I've known for a long time he's not a conservative ideologue but he has instincts and he lives his life as though he is one Sunday with the fact that he doesn't know Edmund Burke as that lives his life as a concert what which matters to the never trump is the fact that trump but no it had been Burke is disqualifies okay so he doesn't know intellectual conservative history and all that doesn't matter to me and he is following through there hasn't been one thing he's done so far that has let me down the turning on dammit as I haven't had one reaction to anything he's done dammit I got fooled dammit this is not good dammit I'm losing for that has not happened I don't know about you but it hasn't happened with me got to take a break hang on.

Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan Tom Brokaw
"tom brokaw" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"When I saw an interview with Tom Brokaw Hey says a currently there is destructive it's doing nothing but spending twenty four seven talking about what's taking people off and restart a lamenting the fact this this does worldly wise as we wait where you go back and look at Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan was able to unify the country unified appealing country after the Vietnam War and after all this we was able to unify in what universe how you got forty nine state lands to unify the country the press hated his guts just like they hate trump advocaat doesn't remember that anyway he thinks the press is very destructive right now too many boy zero one stroke is there no idea what's true anymore and they're in a unilateral common set of his comments in the bath I have printed it I'm not as dominant get into more detail on that next week will make it back stop it to finish the center on trump hi I reminded I remind some people in the trump White House of this is I think that to them trump's campaign in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen his soul long ago those it's it's only three four years ago but it is a lifetime ago and they are focused on a reelection campaign now that has a completely different set of issues advanced parameters you name it but I wanted to remind them what they pulled off how would you stop and think about this folks a guy from out side the political spectrum I actually think trump is the embodiment by the way of the one of the tenants of the American dream that anybody can do anything in this country that's one of the things that official Washington hates about him he's not from them he's not from their world and their world is a very exclusionary and exclusive world if you're not in it you don't get to be in it and you a certain way don't succeed in it if you try and here he calms and mops the floor with all of them they're very protective about their their their club their world and the fact that trump I was able to get elected which is a public referendum it's a you know an election is on one level an expression of national popularity it's just sell them on their heels they still haven't been able to get over it but trump doing it should tell any of you that you can do anything you want in this country that it is possible it may be hard it may be unlikely and it may be something really against the but it can be done I I think it's the quintessential illustration of what many people think the American dream is because in the conventional wisdom is there's no way somebody like Donald Trump should get past first base in a presidential election but he hit a home run but go back to that trip down the escalator think about the things that he said about illegal immigrants think about the way he described them now he described them in language very common to everybody who thinks negative way our or has the same attitude about illegal immigration people are worried about it it's it's not a race issue for people people are are worried about the destruction to our culture lack of assimilation the rule of law I mean these are people breaking the law nobody seems to care rule of law matters why are we looking the other way why are we letting this one could be will get a get a way to break a lot of money nose gets a Democrat voter registration plan so trump comes on the escalator and and doesn't hold back he got elected there after that day I will guarantee you're not a single person in the drive by media or political class who watched his announcement for he had even a serious intent to get old nobody would ever say those things about people if they really intended to where he said I'm any got elected and there's one other example of this the access Hollywood tape which NBC had for the longest time they held at my helmet my helmet may finally released it it came out in October there's nobody in politics or ever survived that on top of everything else and I told the people in trump campaign don't forget that you got elected there's a reason why there's a reason why you got elected saying those things describing that issue the way you did as a reason why you got elected it did not hurt the electoral effort for reasons I can't divulge simply because of privacy I had an inkling that trump was going to do this years in advance I don't know when don't misunderstand but when I saw him and make those speeches that comment of that speech I waited I mean I was all in that day and I had a lot of friends in my thing I was nuts because the thank you the ideal conservative Canada's women ruby or cruise en going all in for trump a lot of people now love the guy hated his guts after that escalator speech for a host of reasons when I saw the first polls take him after that escalator speech and they were about two weeks after and I saw that trump was it thirty eight percent I just kind of smiled and I said he is going to win and I told anybody here in the studio that I thought he was going to win when I saw the first wave of polls after the escalator speech and when the access Hollywood video happened my concern was that there would be people in his campaign that would abandon him over that so I fired off a couple people that I knew when I did I didn't know a whole lot of people a campaign on but I fired off a note whatever you do do not let this change in in your dry I said the American people are fed up with these October surprise as they are fed up this stuff is been out there for all these years and they just now release it the American people are fed up with their election being tampered with with the still but I told her surprises they've had a it isn't going to work I said do not worry about this it isn't going to work I don't know if they listen to me or not but I do know that the last debate with Hillary Clinton what in trump do he brought all of bill Clinton's women in and put him in the front row and I said this is over so the short answer to your question is yeah not only was I and early on supporter I was confident he was going to win but see I have an advantage over all the other people on cable TV they have no idea who the American people really are the American people are not their audience but the American people are my audience I have a similar bond with the people in this audience of trump has with his supporters and it enabled me to be confident to feel confident he was going to win and that the traditional things that happen in a campaign that because a camera to lose support we're not going to cause him to lose support because he was that different he represented something desperately needed at the time it wasn't just that he was an outsider but that was a big deal it was a massive assessed for him in terms of people viewing his qualifications the fact he was an outsider not part of the swamp not part of the the age old problem people were frustrated and fed up maybe being told one thing during campaigns and then the people telling them what they want to hear during campaigns after getting elected would never follow through on it once they were in office salt yeah I yeah I never knew I could never entered in my field of vision the trump was or was not a conservative that was not a factor I knew I do you listen to him was not a liberal you can tell who the who we fought the the quote unquote enemies you can tell who we thought the opposition was it was the same people I think of the opposition the people he wanted to defeat are the same people I think need to be defeated and that added up to a great common bond I've known for a long time he's not a conservative ideologue but he has ends thanks yeah he lives his life as though he is one someday we did in fact that he doesn't know Edmund Burke as that lives his life as a control what which matters to the never trump is the fact that trump but no it had been Burke is disqualifies okay so he doesn't know all intellectual conservative history and all that doesn't matter to me I am he is following through there hasn't been one thing he's done so far that has let me down by turning on dammit had I haven't had one reaction to anything he's done dammit I got fooled dammit this is not good dammit I'm losing fat that has not happened how about you but it hasn't happened with me got take a break hang on we'll be back don't.

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Runs their election night coverage along with Tom Brokaw I'm Brian line Williams. you know now the New York times fight with they finally said you know it looks like the dossier the dirty Clinton bought and paid for Russian dossier was rushing this information from the get go. what about the times The New York Times at the correct the man of fort Russia collusion bomb shell. Amanda for passed along polling information to a Kremlin connected businessman. excuse me books see daisy or the fake news about Nikki Haley's fifty two thousand seven under one dollar curtains or you know the blaming Serra Pailin for shooting yeah that happened after the Jared Lochner case that shooting in Arizona twenty eleven and was blame her. you know or you don't what about their anti semitic offensive cartoons what about their editor that had to apologize for anti semitism and racism what about the New York time we built our newsroom around Russia collusion but then yeah came a little difficult because the media we got it all wrong we'll just move on to the issue of race now will take trump down that way or the New York times changing a headline to appeal to the far left because they didn't like the headline and so they got the New York times to change I mean pretty amazing amount of power they switch said trump urges unity against racism that left freaks out and they change it a sailing hate but not guns and the New York Times describing a fetal heartbeat is embryonic pulsing or New York times but with their offices when street for bed bugs five times the New York times defended communism. yeah I'm not making any of this stuff up. you know for the everything from North Korea I'll balls lay all this out on TV tonight or deleting a tweak calling now one of history's great revolutionary figures. or the case The New York Times admitted that there are that one percent of illegal immigrants you know. the the migrants in the migrant caravans that were being attacked and raped. they they finally had to admit it or the New York times calling trump's you know sons Freida or The New York Times trump tax story left out New York state realistic crash as a factor yeah I'm facts matter. and I can keep going this is what this is a mob mentality. this is a mob. this is a mob mine sept. I will as Greg Jarrett about all this when we come back I want to remind you look you probably like many people are sick and tired of some of these home security companies yeah five year contracts one sided you have to pay even if you don't use are like the service you're stuck with them hard wired you pay for all this installation you know fifty sixty Bucks a month they have to pay for security simplisafe got rid of all of that we have a burglary according to.

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Those lives just interesting. Explain described is he. The younger generation behind back into the game have directly serves very families can tell you. Who are been recently in the service was sending what happened that way. Just text me two three two three two one two complementary bottle winning nugenix. The number one. Powered by. Ingredients clinically researched strong. And guy the stories that might heard doing. Bottom of those three to one that's. Deny became changed with Vietnam era. There's certainly was much respect. Tom brokaw. Writes about it in his book, the greatest generation forget, the but I think that's the name of the book. I don't remember the name of the book, I'm very popular book. I didn't realize Tom Brokaw wrote it. Yes. Yeah. And so the, the reality of being distant or disengaged from the conversations part of what you have to deal with in terms of understanding, what Memorial Day is all about even though there are hardcore members of our society who today have served and served well with distinction. They don't get the same kind of recognition. It's a less sincere sort of recognition on the part of many. I don't know whether it's guild, I don't know what it is. But I always feel when somebody says to someone who seem in the airport that you for your service. I don't think most people mean and they say it, it's like lips. Service to people in uniform and being in the service. Let's face it today is a lot different than it used to be because of the assignments, there are some people who are on the frontlines in areas where there is kind of the same impact as Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq, and not as bad, but the American populace general has no respect for what happened during the Bush administration certainly when it came to Afghantistan because most everybody knew that bin Laden was there when we gave up and took on another foe and it was a photo. F. A. U F, O E, but. Post afghanistan. Don't you think that people are much more sensitive to how that has harmed, so many of our men and women in the military, both visiting no respect? There is respect for the people in the service. There's no respect for having been engaged in all of these activities. The end the question is for what why do we have a suffering post traumatic, you know, one of the things is this, the difference between Memorial Day in Veterans Day on Veterans Day? We can actually advocate and get angry if you want to do, frankly, I admit to being angry about the way our servicemen and women are treated when they get out of the service is, we screw them over eighty seven. It's just it's pathetic. Also think people who make the choice to serve the differences that the people who died are the ones that we celebrate Memorial Day. I think fortunately less of us have the connection the personal connection to memorial. Because because fewer people have died serving the country in, you know, my uncle served. And so, I think even though we celebrate the people who, who made it out like my uncle did relatively unscathed. You can thank those people today, but today's about remembering those people who made the sacrifice and most of those people are now from our generation, who are sort of their dying off, anyway, at this point. And, and that is fortunate. Yes. Mayor. You're right. That's why Memorial Day is as important as at least to my generation, and I think all of us here have just through our words expressed how. But it is not the typical. Reacting. Question. I just asked you is there Morial day that you actually understand what family. Hip new. Bring your understanding the import and the impact a most people don't have one as I said, that's the reference to suggest. So world gone mad gentleman the. What you can get every day showed. Both are wasting part of the program, I wanna hear what was on this guy..

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Hi, I'm Bill O'Reilly. And this is the talking points memo, Tom Brokaw and karma. So you may know that the former NBC news anchor got into bit of trouble when he said that he believes Hispanics living in the USA have to try harder to assimilate into our culture here at means language customs that kind of thing. Well, that did not go down real well with the politically correct Khadr as who. Now rule the media. So right away on Twitter and all that a Brokaw was vilified. It took him about thirty seconds to start apologizing profusely saying, well, I've always been a champion of Hispanics, and I just want to make things better. But I'm sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. If I fended anyone. Okay. So here's the deal. If you speak generally about any ethnic group, with one exception any group, you are going to be vilified unless you say the best thing is constantly. If you criticize any group, all right, generally speaking, you are going to be hammered because we live in an age where that is not permitted that does not come under the constitutional right of free speech. The wonder of you can criticize in a general sense are white men. Go get them. Usually, whatever you want. White men are back evil terrible white privilege, toxic masculinity. All right, shaving, people can say that on television museum all day long. You'll be applauded for saying. That's it. No other group maybe Catholics, but that's even dicey. Because a lot of Hispanic Americans are Catholic, so Tom Brokaw. I see this. As not a terrible statement by Brokaw. I disagree with it. Because I used to teach high school in Dade County Florida, and I taught many many many Hispanics, Cubans and Nicaraguans central Americans and those kids were similar in pretty well. And sort of their parents in speak English at home. But so what and some of them the students spoke Spanish to each other is a little Spanish. So they were cursing me out. I knew it and I didn't encourage that. But I didn't move in fended by it. We know school policy that you had to speak English in the common areas. But by and large kids assimilated because they wanted to go to the movies, and they wanted to watch TV programs. They want to listen to music. It was all in English and a adopted American customs pretty cl- pretty fast. So when Brokaw said that I knew what he meant. But I disagree with it. I don't think there's a problem with assimilation in the Hispanic communities cross country. And if they choose to speak Spanish on by me. All right. So then the left goes after Brokaw who's a liberal guy. Either liberal got in he's assimilated from South Dakota. He's assimilated quite nicely into the salons Manhattan in Washington DC, but it's karma. Because the agency that he worked for NBC news is the champion a PC, and they run a network MSNBC that is a totalitarian regime. I remember when I worked at FOX I confronted then CEO of General Electric, Jeffrey Immelt who was overseeing NBC news G own did a sold it subsequently. I said how you let this these attack animals rip apart people on a daily basis when they're lying then at fag is all eight eight eight eight how do you do that? And. You know, I wanted to make money, and that's the only way I'm MBC can make money was attacking people like me others, Donald Trump now, so Brokaw. He he's not on MSNBC as far as a regular basis. But he is in a company NBC that fosters that. So now he's getting it from the crowd, which he champion that is called karma. And that is the talking points memo. I'm Bill O'Reilly for Newsmax reminding you that I do commentary every night on Bill O'Reilly dot com. That is no BS that is honest, and that is fact based we also have an amazingly successful book out called killing the SS. There are seventeen million copies of the killing books in print. We. Hope you check out killing the s s you like it. And if you like history the other seven books in the killing series are were the as well. I will see you soon..

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:56 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. Ladies and gentlemen. It's being barely reported. So don't tell anybody. Nancy Pelosi has caved. Nancy Pelosi caved. She invited the president to give his state of the union address on February five we call it the fifth. It's a major win for the president. What I have to wait for the news outlets to tell us. It's a major win. Pelosi said no as recently as over the weekend. And now she says yes now, why is that? There's two reasons for it. And I'll get to it later because it's not the top story. Nor is it. The most interesting story. To me. What's most interesting today? And there are many stories we're gonna get to it. Because there's a theme here. Involves Tom Brokaw. Tom brokaw. It's really not a controversial figure is sort of one of the senior citizens of the media or is he? See the media have changed so much. That they're prepared to turn on Tom Brokaw. Tom Brokaw was on meet the depressed. And you've heard about this. But you haven't heard me talk about it yet. Let's hear what he had to say on meet the depressed. Cut seven go. And a lot of us. We don't want to talk about the fact is on the Republican side a lot of people see the rise. Mary important who consensual in American politics Hispanics, who will come here and all be Democrats. Also, I hear when I put people I don't know whether I want Brown grandbabies. I mean, that's all steps. He that is what should have been the controversial comment. He pushes people harder. And they say they don't like Brown Rambis. That's a lie. Unless she's hanging out with the clan or Neo Nazis. Honestly, folks, I speak to a lot of people not just here, but neighbors and so forth. Nobody talks like that. That I don't want Brown grandbabies. I notice has say that wasn't the controversial comments as outrageous outlandish and crazy is that was. Go ahead. Marriage. That is going on the cultures that are conflicting. I also have a Hispanic should work harder. Some Malaysian that's one of the things I've been saying grow on time. They ought not to be just codified in their communities, but make sure that all their kids are learning to speaking feel comfortable in the communities, and that's gonna take out resembles is frankly. That is what he got in trouble with the cook left assimilation. That Hispanic should work harder to simulation. Now the statistics are in. The Hispanic community. Generally. There are a lot of exceptions. But generally is not a simulating quickly. As other groups who come into the country. I don't like to talk about groups. But that's all they ever want to talk about on the left and in the media. So here we are. But they are in fact assimilating at a slower rate, and there's really two reasons for it has nothing to do with Hispanics has everything to do with the left. You look at these big corporations do they promote assimilation. No, they promote balkanisation press one for this. And to for that. You look at our own government. Does it promote assimilation? No. It promotes the opposite. With affirmative action, but the EEOC lawsuits. And the and the various ethnic front groups. So you have the government you major corporations. And of course, as I say, the common thread is the left. They don't want a simulation. On the left. It's not about Hispanics or any other group. They do not want assimilation on the left. They played a groups. They require groups. The progressive mindset requires groups. And so they attack Brokaw for the wrong reasons. He paints Americans has racists. When I push a little harder. Well, I don't know. Whether I want Brown grandbabies. I've never heard anybody say that. At least nobody I talk to nobody. Obviously, there's some crackpots out there. But that was the controversial comment. I also happen to believe the Hispanic should work heart at a similarly they have to work harder to simulate and given all the barriers against assimilation in this country. There barriers there's incentives against assimilation in this country. There's litigation incentives. There are governmental incentives political incentives. You see Hispanics, even the word should be Latinos Hispanics. We've talked about this before. And if you talk to Latinos, they don't even refer to themselves as Latinos. I'm peruvian. I'm dorian. I'm Puerto Rican Cuban Chilean, whatever it is. They have an identity with their countries to. Historically and otherwise. This whole area has been managed by the left race. How we discuss it. So the real outrageous comment by Brokaw. He made an outrageous comment was to condemn. Americans is not wanting Brown grandbabies. Through intermarriage intermarriages way up folks. The government's not even involved intermarriages way up. People will get along pretty much pretty much most people will get along. If you leave him alone. Leaving Mary each other. But assimilation. Latinos are going to have to work harder to simulation because there's more barriers in this country than ever before. And I blame the left. Tom Brokaw of courses policy is. On the internet. He didn't mean what he said. He said it. But he didn't mean it. He didn't mean to hurt anybody's feelings. All you people who don't want Brown grandbabies if you're out there. He meant to say what he said to you. Of course, you deserve. It. But when I push people a little harder. Well, I don't know whether I want Brown grandbabies. I mean, that's also part of it. It's the intermarriage that is going on. And the culture is either conflicting with each other. He's wrong about that. And that was a smear on the American people. Again, you can look at the stats. There's a rising level of intermarriage going on which of course. The progressive. Mine mindset types early on did not predict because you know, Americans are not. They're not that way. They're not impartial. The racists. Anyway, I thought I would point that out because I don't know what anyone else's saying. But I think everybody got that wrong. Then we have Jake tapper. Jake tapper. And of course, excuses are being made for Jake tapper, including in left wing media, left wing, cook media, Timothy Christopher over media. Perfect example, somebody sent me that link today. Why don't you listen to Jake tapper Roger stone? They're very excited. They Roger stone may wind up in a federal prison the media, and so tapper has around table filled mostly with rhinos and leftists. Here's Bill Kristol sitting there. And of course, Jen. Sake who has a an Obama mouthpiece and others. Kevin madden. He was around the mouthpiece. He's on CNN. Now, I think used to shop at FOX listen to this. Listen, very carefully. Go ahead, Mr. producer, twenty to the graduate stones making a bet that he will be pardoned by Donaldson with with public opinion from this. The indictment makes them incredible allegations against down. I should say they're not to allegations. There's evidence of them outside and they all sound alike because they talked. I was crystal. Then man, the so-called to Repub then tapper the democrat. He says so the indictment makes some incredible allegations against I should say, they're not the allegations are evidence of them. Mr. tapper, they are allegations charges. Information. Some of it evidence of it will be challenged is presented in the indictment. The diamond is as much as a public relations releases anything else, you don't even understand how this system works. Yes. They're allegations. Go ahead. Threatened to kill the dog of person number two in the indictment. Randy critic, he tells critical, quote, you are a rat. A stool you backstab your friends run your mouth, my lawyers are dying to rip you this reds. I am so ready. Let's get it on prepare to die. And then there's also some stuff about his dog. Let's show pitcher the dog because I just want to show you. Let's stop there. Now, this is a new let's show picture the dog. Now, what's amazing about this is number one that Mr. Muller's even bothering with all this? And the acting attorney general has said today, and we'll get to this too that the investigations winding down. I assume it's winding down because you're you're reaching pretty low to be grabbing Roger stone in this guy. Randy credential, who I don't even know I don't even know if I'm pronouncing his name properly. And this is I assume it's an Email or a text where he slamming the guy. For what he believes is not being up front. I'm gonna get your dog. And so Jake tapper. Shows a picture of his dog. Sweet little dog. He said it's a sweet little dog. What he you really do that? And then comes in Romney's guy. Go ahead sweet little complained about the FBI raid waking up his dog. So we know anything that their dog people. Truth is no one's going to cry. If Roger stone goes to jail or when he goes to jail, but he might who knows he might like it. He might like what? Well, the spin goes Jake wasn't being homophobic know, anybody says he is must be homophobic. They must be projecting. You see Jake was referring to Roger stone the publicity whore UC. And if he's in prison magin the publicity he'll get if he's in prison. He'll get no publicity. The shut him down. Jake tapper. Didn't mean that no Jake tapper would never mean. He's not homophobic. Only those right wing kooks are and meek Brzezinski, they're homophobic. Not jake. Jake is the centerpiece. He's the quarterback of CNN. No, no, no, Jake was just saying that Roger stone loves publicity memo today's but good for you. Remember, Roger stone was three days before the Roger Roger wait a minute. We all know what Roger stone excuse me. What Jake tapper met about Roger stone. We don't need interpreters. We don't need interpreters. He might like it in prison. Respond response. He might who knows. Everybody knows what Jake tapper was talking about. Has Jake tapper apologized now. Understand. He didn't mean what he said. And he didn't mean what you heard he meant something out. It's like this joy Reid. I never posted any of that stuff. She says all that homophobic, stuff and anti this and anti no, no. Somebody put it there. So they have people looking into the nobody put it there. You put it there. Wow. I didn't mean what I said. And I said what I didn't mean. And you may have heard it differently than what I meant. And I wasn't really talking. Well. If you're the left lefty get to do these things. We know exactly what you meant Jake.

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:14 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I don't know what to do. Just channel Tom Brokaw. I just turn my. A bit to the side. And I got on what this is what's going on, man. Yeah. Okay. So is what he said. Hateful. No, no. It's not hateful. It's surprised the heck out of me when he said it. Yes. And I think that's because you know, being in media knowing how this plays out. I think for a lot of other people do the pay attention when he says it, you know. Okay. That's over the line from the liberal playbook. Yes. And you want to be in that club, Tom. That's your club. You're at the head of the table of that club your beloved. Yeah. There was some inappropriate stuff which females that got brought up from your past. But you kind of get a pass their. But this boy, you'd better apologize. And you better believe he did. What was the question the tweet? He's come out and say, I mean, there are there are a whole lot of tweets came out and said, I'm truly truly sorry. My commerce were great enduring American tradition of diversity has to be cherished. The another person shall center, I think is her name was on energy called him out. She says, well, no, I don't think we need to be talking about assimilation or whatever. And she said thank you for your combat watch go forward together. Okay. It's well done, by the way. I've been trying to practice. You could call the NBC switchboard and pull that off. Tom. Tom brokaw. Savannah Guthrie available. If you go if you go to different countries, are you supposed to assimilate? If you want to live there. I mean, you could speak French, right? Is that basically what he's saying? Or is it different than that? That's exactly what he's saying. He's saying he's saying what a lot of people think when there is no no assimilation required anymore. You can stay in your own communities, and you can talk your own language, and if you don't like it too bad. Press two for Spanish come up. I know. I mean, that's an option now everywhere. Right. Right. Well, a lot of that had to do which is business. I'm fine with. That's just capital is great. Great great business. However the option is there. I don't have to learn how to speak the language by just fine without right? There's something else about calling out from Republicans there. They don't want the Brown baby. Okay. All right. I'm sure there. There's racism everywhere. Right. Yeah. That's that's certainly a problem. I get it. But it works the other side too. Great. You got a second you want to speak to this. All right. The first thing I thought of and listen, I have not been in one of these situations. I've only been told about it several times. Okay. Say a black person in a white person start dating. Okay. And it's always thought of as all my gosh. The white people are going to be racist. They may not welcome the black person into the family. It works. The other way to see where this is going a lot. I know I'm on a microphone now like. A young black male brings home white female. There's blowback it happens. So I'm curious for you, Craig. Or if a guy marries a Mexican woman, how does the Mexican family respond to him? So you're trying to say, yes. Because you lived it. Yeah. You still are living it I was accused of stealing one of the good ones. Several times of one of the good Mexican ladies. Yeah. Looked at me. And they were like really this Gringo. I'm sorry. I don't know what I did wrong. But they had a huge lead on me, man. She lived in Mexico for years. So your fate. Listen, all you guys had your chance. I must have incredible game. Because I meet her and Bogue. I mean, I'd happens. I did scoreboard at just a little bit come on guys. But no, I mean to be serious for a second. There were a lot of her family members. That were not exactly thrilled to see the guy that she was bringing home, right? Yeah. That's my only point is. I'm not saying, it's right. But it doesn't just happen with people. Right. It happens with all racist. And it's really difficult to work in that like, you're shaking people's hands. And you can see the anger like, hey by just give me a chance. Didn't you you mentioned like you get some looks from some well, her uncle. Co Cornell ho ho ho is definitely not a fan of me. I think he's opened up a little more. Oh, that's cool. Yeah. I mean, we had a corona we tried to. I don't know. It's going okay now. Yeah. Now, we're good. But it she's locked in. It's been years. They can't get me out. Right. Yeah. That's awesome. In the bullpen closing in the game out here, you know, kid switching gears. Did you see the story last night on sixty minutes of this older couple from Michigan that figured out the lottery, this is the most amazing thing I've seen on television in six months amazing. Basically, you have this older. Couple is Jerry, Ed his wife Marge. They were so-called math nerds when they were high school sweethearts. Well, he's got like a master's in mathematics, or I mean, he was a music brainiac. Yes. So they figure out when they start playing in the Michigan lottery. It was a game. What was it fall down or down? Yes. If it wasn't hit the distribution would split between four numbers and three numbers and two numbers cash payouts. If the top number wasn't hit or miss or whatever. Right. So he just figured out. Okay. If I buy enough tickets, I'm gonna come out on top. Hey, forget mathematical formula, and he said, it wasn't difficult at all. I mean, he would have tons of losing. Yeah. Yes. But in the end, he ended up winning just a little clip made. Sure that all does Brokaw. He went to. He lost the liberal lottery. It's really sad. Simulate myself into the unemployment line now. No, no. This is part of the interview sounds like. Over eighty percent. Isn't it? You're talking about this as if it's the most obvious it is it is he said, it's basic arithmetic. Any couldn't believe that? All these other people had not figured it out. So new we only had two match four of the what six numbers match them all three three would pay out a little bit three pay out more, right? And he all he didn't have to match them. All right five would pay out even more than that. And then if you hit six that would be, but he figured it out. He played all the angles. And he if it was I think he said what the first time he played eight grand was eight hundred grand something like that. And then ended up winning was eight hundred end up winning like twelve hundred. Yes. And it just kept snowballing from there. Yeah. It's like if I played eleven hundred dollars, mathematically, you'd have won four number winter. That's a thousand bucks, and then divide that by six instead of fifty seven because he did it mental quick thought came up with eighteen. So I knew I'd either have eighteen or nineteen three number winners. And that's fifty bucks each and he just figured that. Insane kept playing it. And then he got you know, all these people from the small town to invest in it. Yes, he had actually formed like an organization like an old farmers like air bay, gray and the first time. Yeah. And these guys are making money hand over fist at this thing. And so then the Michigan lottery shuts down the game stop because people playing they finally figure out what's going on. And then Massachusetts starts their own version of the same game. So they start driving. Michigan the mass twelve hour drive. Yeah. And setting up shop there at a red roof in for a week. What was it five seven times a year would play it and the same thing and the only other people to ever figure out the game was MIT student of students at MIT figured it out, which the other part of the story that so great is at that point somebody at the Boston Globe got tipped off that they're selling a crazy amount of lottery tickets at a couple of locations. So they're convinced that it's organized crime that the mob is involved the fix is in. And so they start doing all this work. Just to find out. It's this older. Couple for Michigan. Doing nothing wrong. Nothing illegal. And so in the end nice stopped doing it there too. Yes. Now, everybody stopped doing it. Twenty six million dollars later. Yes. Twenty six million. Is there six kids are all sort of set up with their grandkids? College. Everything's paid for and all the local people that invested along with them and their little company. They all get a nice payout because grabs could cypher really. Well. I love. That's awesome. Don't a completely different story speaking at a lottery, somebody won a whole lot more than that one point five billion dollars at one time in South Carolina guy one it was a small town. They know where the person one, right? They know how much the person one they have no idea who the person is. Or where the ticket is. They know what was sold there. They just don't know where it is. Or who has until has not been claimed this was in October. No one's come forward. And they have until like I believe the end of may to come forward with this or the money will be redistributed to the states that that have mega millions of April is when. Yeah, that's one of was April or may. But so nobody knows nobody knows. And you talked about this before if I remember, right? There's so many different pets. We have going on in the show on time. I think your money was on somebody lost the ticket. Somebody lost the ticket. That's where the money is right now that there's somebody just lost the ticket or they don't know. They've wanted or their dad or they're getting divorced waiting for that final gavel to come down before. Go by the way. Look what I got. That's not gonna roll probably not. Or? Because he may twelve billion dollars from working at home. I will tell you mine. I am. I am secretly Ziegler Lee. I'm hoping that it's the guys getting divorced and wants to wait until everything's finalized. Otherwise that person's dead. Saw the numbers had a heart attack and died. Put it in somewhere. Went to sleep that night died family comes through cleans out. The drawers throws everything away. Kashmir. It's gonna be fascinating. Because if the time comes up, oh these thieves in these states, they get their hands on the money. These politicians are gonna go nuts. Crazy when they get it. No kidding. Wow. Okay..

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It is. But apparently was on meet the press with Chuck Todd, and he was talking about Hispanics. And he said that. Americans don't want Brown grandbabies. Geez. Really? I believe that Hispanic should work harder and assimilation. He said this on meet the press. I was like what? Out and they all looked at him like what? Okay, tom. Thanks. We'll be right back. Yeah. Yeah. They tried to cut him off to. I mean, it gets to a point when you get older. I hit eighty yet. I don't think. So I think he's like seventy eight. Eighty maybe just like nothing matters anymore. You just say whatever comes out of your mouth is no there's no filter. The thing is the thing with him though, what he's got going for him. If he says things that are offensive half the time, you can't understand them. So even know what he said, Tom Brokaw age. What do you think seventy seventy eight? Seventy nine seventy nine. Why don't you hit it dead on barsky, seventy eight? I'm pretty good. Pretty good with the ages. All right. So he says a lot of this. We don't want to talk about the fact is the Republican side a lot of people see the rise of an extraordinary. Important new constituency in American politics Hispanics, who will come here and be Democrats? Also, I hear when a push is a little harder, and quote, I don't know whether I want Brown grandbabies from others. Referring to intermarriage conflicting cultures and saying that Hispanics need to do more to meld into American culture. I get what he's trying to say. But it just that's not how it came out came out bad did wrong. Lazlo press over who do Americans want program. I think the host to a double so alive. That's a tough one. Assimilated a society better, in fact, to hopefully, Hispanics SLA releasing an audio program to help them speak at all. An unsafe. Okay. English. It's Tom Brokaw's how to speak proper English lesson number one. Or excuse me, rope pizza. Do you know the way to the check cashing place? Repeat the you know, the way till the check cashing place. Store. Cashing store. Number two. I two orally rice and beans. Mill plays..

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on KGO 810

"Call us at eight hundred eighty eight ten Tom Brokaw on meet the press yesterday. And I I saw him when he came on. And I I just turned it off to watch. I think NFL's football or some the week before the Super Bowl. And then I read, you know, the stuff he said Trump at one point as said that Trump excuse me, Brokaw, Tom, Brokaw it. I'm sorry. At one point had said that. Yes. Panics have to teach their kids to assimilate, and they need to be taught English. But that's the wrong approach. I I'm not saying that they shouldn't teach their kids English totally teach their kids they should teach their children English to be smarter and to be better. But not to assimilate the idea that assimilation meaning be just like the others unless like yourself. Is not what I want. I want to learn from other cultures that are here. It sets of so great about this country is I mean every time I get an Uber. It's somebody from some different part of the world. And I just tell me about where you're in Pakistan where and I knew I know enough about Pakistan near the Kashmir area. And I and I know little bit. What was my like I'm talking to this guy? He's by fifty five or sixty fascinating. His English was okay. He was trying to learn some English. I could tell and he was trying to learn English. Probably because not because it was what you have to do to be an American. It was kind of a it's less of an assimilation and more of an evolution. I listened to him, and I listened to I guess the romantic line just were more familiar with Italian French Spanish. And I from what I understand learning. She's quite difficult for people that I talked to the company from other places Brokaw's approach and his language about assimilation. Maybe sad. It made me sad to think that the central Americans and Mexicans that come here. Feel like that. They're going to be a failure. If they don't learn it instead of wanting to just get smarter. Why aren't we teaching every kid in this country Spanish, why are we doing that? I mean, we should that's that's my thought. You're welcome to weigh in on this. It's gotta Sheila and Atherton Sheila. Hi, you're on with chip and Nikki thanks for calling. Hi. I'm sorry. Little nervous nervousness at this topic really hits home because we came to America thirty seven years ago. And my mom was thirty years old giving the fact that she didn't speak the language she she did our job. But she was never a this. This english. Chris species always in the background. She was in the kitchen. She was shy. She was scared. I mean, she didn't stop us from learning English. But at that, the kids will learn English period. No matter what kids will learn English. But the fact of, you know, enforcing something on somebody who tried to make a living tried to make a living for themselves to enforce this. You kinda. You make them. Way from it. It's harder to cups in America. Or anywhere. Forget American anyone in the world. I I traveled in in Europe in trying to even remotely try to speak. I mean, I I can't even talk. So godless all these people that's. They come here. They try and I don't think they're not trying for the kids not to learn. They're just trying to make a living languages develop. And they the evolve if you go back to the way, my great, my grand, my my grandmother was from Wales and she came over here when I was a kid. I couldn't understand a word. She said, and she, you know, she was older when I was I was little I mean, I barely remember. But my mom and my sisters would tell me stories, and and but she was speaking Welsh. And and and the Irish brogue was so hard as well. And so, you know, everybody that kind of the kind of reached out towards each other. And especially when if there were poor, you know, they were battling the they could go one attack each other or they could support each other. And I just you know, I mean, do we have to have a central language that we keep our laws and everything written in possibly, I guess, but the Canada does it with. I mean, they had this big push back in in Montreal with French versus English. And they you know, I think they're beginning to work it out. You know, it's taken a lot of years. I just I think that the people that are here and get understand too the Mexicans where we are. Right now. We're here long before us and the idea that. One more thing is live and let live. It's not a bad idea. Do that. All right. Thank you for your call. You degrade on the radio. Thanks so much. So yeah. I mean, I know for some people this is a real pragmatic exercise just warn you. Gotta learn the language if you want to succeed. And that may be true. But there's a nuance to all this my favorite word. There's there's a subtlety to it that you can embrace. It's about it's not just about as assimilation. It's about learning. It's about sharing, Bob and Simona Simona sonoma's..

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Being barely reported. So don't tell anybody. Nancy Pelosi has caved. Shh. Pelosi caved. She invited the president to give a state of the union address on February five we call it the fifth. It's a major win for the president. What I have to wait for the news outlets to tell us. It's a major win. Pelosi said no as recently as over the weekend. And now she says yes now, why is that? There's two reasons for it. And I'll get to it later because it's not the top story. Nor is it. The most interesting story. To me. What's most interesting today? And there are many stories we're going to get to because there's a theme here. Involves Tom Brokaw. Now. Tom brokaw. It's really not a controversial is sort of as one of the senior citizens of the media. Or is he? See the media have changed so much at their band. Turn on Tom Brokaw. Tom Brokaw was on meet the depressed. And you've heard about this. But you haven't heard me talk about it yet. Let's hear what he had to say on meet the depressed. Cut seven go. And a lot of us. We don't want to talk about by the fact is on the Republican side a lot of people see the arise sward Mary important who.

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And Tom Brokaw. Tom Brokaw controversy Eric's going to do the rest of this segment is Tom Brokaw voice. Do we have? Do we have it? So this could end his career. I think. Be a career ender for Tom Brokaw. Ninety six. We don't want to talk about by. The fact is on the Republican side or other people see the rise extraordinary important new constituency in American politics Hispanics, who will come here and all be Democrats. Also, I hear when I push people Laura, I don't know whether I want Brown grandbabies. I mean, that's also a part of it is the intermarriage at this going on and the cultures that are conflicting which other. I also happen. The boys Hispanics should work harder simulation. That's one of the things. I've been saying for a long time. You know, they ought not to be codified in their communities, but make sure that all their kids are learning to speak English. They feel comfortable in their communities, and that's been a takeout outreach on both sides. Frankly. Okay. He's done. That's the Tump iron-heads that comment survive today. Like, that's it. Let's work backwards. This is the thing that he's actually apologizing for which is odd, of course, Hispanics, and people of every ethnic group and people from every country should work on simulating when they come to America. Of course, I'm not gonna waste time arguing why should be it should be obvious. If for no other reason, you will never reach your full potential in America. If you don't speak English. It's possible. But it was the last comedy. It was that come about simulating that he had to apologize for which lists hit this big blow-hards long apology on Twitter, and it included this magical tweet air miles. If you say, this is one and Tom Brokaw you'd like ten tweets. This is one of them. My tweet portal is whack. I h h v have I have HIV I have been trying to say, I am sorry. I fended. And I so appreciate my colleague all lower case. What is my tweet portal is wack. The man. That we're experiencing tactical difficulties mind that oughta mocking him anymore because that's that's something something's wrong here. So he apologized to Hispanics or the suggestion that day among other people should work to assimilate in our culture. I do apologize to Spanish for that. But the line before that. When pressed people don't want Brown grandbabies. Meaning what he really means is old white people are super racist. And they don't want their kids intermarrying with panic people no apology for that. No apology to white vote for being super racist. And suggests that they don't want Brown. Grandbabies? Comments, totally fine. But any nation. That any insinuation that. Conservatives are racist say, okay, any suggestion that people from different countries? Learn English that's the end of his career. Now, there was something that he said in the beginning of that sentence. Which is. Which is we should make note of and I hope when you heard it you threw a flag on the field. And it reminded me of one of my favorite, Margaret Thatcher. Clips of all time, which Eric also has a great impersonation of. Perfect now, it's all working out today. Seven sixty K FM. That's your next coming up, sir. Well, it's been an ongoing issue in the south bay sewage spills in Tijuana now the city council may take it up. We'll have that story. I love a peak figure.

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NBC's Tom Brokaw under fire for commentary about Hispanics

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

NBC's Tom Brokaw under fire for commentary about Hispanics

"Of Hispanics. I also half of the way the Hispanic should work harder. Some Malaysia that's one of the things I've been saying for a long time. Codified in their communities, but make sure that all their kids are learning to speak English pieces. Many Republicans see them as a group that will come here and become Democrats while others are afraid of intermarriage and having Brown. Grandbabies backlash was swift on social media later that day broke out took to Twitter apologizing writing quote, I feel terrible a part of my comments on Hispanics, offended, some members of that proud culture. And he wrote that he's always worked hard to knock down stereotypes. And that everyone needs to find common ground that as well as embattled President, Nicolas Maduro is speaking out accusing the US of leading a coup to force him out of power ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel has more from near the

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"So we were jacking away here about making America. Great again or numbers. What did Tom Brokaw say? I wanna I wanna follow up that you were saying Tom Brokaw was all over social media because he said something about Brown, babies grandbabies or something. What did he say? On. Apparently, he was on meet the press on Sunday, and he said that Hispanic should work harder at assimilation. And so then the other part of that he said that many Republicans fear the rise of a new constituency in American politics because of immigrants coming here who then end up registering as Democrats to vote he then he said the third thing. He said was also I hear people say, well, I don't want. I don't know whether I want Brown grandbabies, and he said, quote, that's part of it. And he said, it's the intermarriage that's going on in the cultures that are conflicting with each other. A lot of that. But I think everybody ought to look at the bureau of labor statistics report this past month. Five percent four point nine actually Latino unemployment four point nine percent, which is the record in this country for low unemployment for Latinas. So why would they be voting for Trump? If that's the case is approval rating with them is up nineteen percent. His a really high. I ten before the hour on the program. The local news station. News talk five ninety K U N. My grandson always tells me, I worry about him too much. I was worried sick when he came home from Afghanistan came back wounded, it wasn't a wound. You could see it was post traumatic stress disorder. My teeth felt like he didn't in any way. Then I heard about wounded warrior project. I don't know what they do there. But my tease smiling.

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Yeah. I'm gonna make you suffer through it. I don't know why it's not playing. But neither here nor there. It's really not playing. That's crazy. I just lose my whole audio. I don't know why that is Tom Brokaw was talking about how Hispanics needs to work harder. Let's talk about that is because I wanted to set it up because it didn't play out. I don't know what that guy. Seven. He's talking about it gets the end about Hispanics need to work harder. And when you hear that you like what in the world Z talking about wait till you get to the one two punch. He puts together from the beginning. Right. And a lot of this. We don't want to talk about by the fact is on the Republican side or other people see the arise extraordinarily important, new consensual in American politics Hispanics, who will come here and all be Democrats. Also, I hear when I put people I don't know whether I want Brown grandbabies. I mean, that's also a part of it is the intermarriage that is going on and the cultures that are conflicting which other. I also happen to boys Hispanic should work harder simulation. That's one of the things I've been saying for a long time, you know, that they ought not to be codified in their communities, but make sure that all their kids are learning to speaking. Feel comfortable in their communities, and that's been a takeout reach on both sides, frankly, and congressman there's a there's two things here as the idea of assimilation. I believe for everyone. I don't believe in the hyphen ization of America. He Tom Brokaw said something for everybody here. Right. I think that that assimilation is important, and I think hyphen his Asian Mexican-American Guatemalan American Italian American. No American you came to America, you're American. What's the hyphens? That's nonsense. But people are afraid of Brown grandbabies. What the hell is that? I want to say for the record Tom Brokaw made that up beginning to end that is projection something he thinks is believed. Not in any way fact is not fact is complete and total lie. He made it up. I defy him. Or anybody else to show me the proof of that people are afraid.

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"tom brokaw" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"tom brokaw" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Violent gang. They're saying one of the most violent anywhere in the world, and they have done we're sending them out by the thousands out of our country. So we think it's too bad. But I would say this that the state of the union speech has been cancelled by Nancy Pelosi. She doesn't want to hear the truth. She doesn't want the American public to hear what's going on. And she's afraid of the truth, and the super left Democrats, the radical Democrats what's going on in that party is shocking. I know many people that were Democrats are this over right now this what you over quickly. So I hope they know what they're doing for their party so far. They haven't won the Senate meeting. We want the Senate all together, but he get no credit for that. They don't talk about that. They're talk about the house. Now, you know, I watch a lot of CNN MSNBC. So you guys don't have to Tom Brokaw was a panelist. I felt for sure he was going to slam Donald Trump for shutting down the government, yada, blood cetera. Donald trump. In fact, you said that I'm happy to take the mantle happy to take credit for showing all that. But he didn't. Here's what Brokaw said, I think the Democrats are as much to blame right now with the Republicans are that control the house, or what what what what what you think the Democrats are as much to blame as the president, Tom Brokaw. The former anchor for the NBC nightly news. I think the Democrats are as much to blame right now. The Republicans are they've got control the house, but. Mostly. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're not gonna do what you wanna do. I haven't seen a grand plant. That was pretty good impression of Alexandria. Kasey cortez. Don't you think? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're not gonna do. You wanna do? I haven't seen a grand plan. And you got the young people running through the halls who are the new members of congress who are conducting pep rallies day instead of getting together with the more moderate people or the people from the people from the midwest who wanted to Ohio and Wisconsin Minnesota where they need one. Again, if they're gonna get control, but they're being driven hard by the left. He's.

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‘House of Cards’ Season 6 teaser reveals Frank Underwood’s fate (Spoiler Alert)

Jeff Ward and Ed Clements

01:02 min | 4 years ago

‘House of Cards’ Season 6 teaser reveals Frank Underwood’s fate (Spoiler Alert)

"Am I favored TV shows on that flexes house of cards? It was Kevin Spacey's vehicle. Remember Kevin Spacey was the star. He started his Frank Underwood, buddy. Kevin spacey. Even though he's not going to be indicted by Los Angeles belief. He's off the show what happens to Kevin Spacey's character. Frank underwood. And this season's house of cards which will debut in November. What happens to Jeff? What happens doing he is assassinated? I'll give that to you. I was wondering for them all. I would say Steve they'll play that. Steve. Yes. Okay. He dies. He dies because I saw trailer today where she did he die. I don't know yet. Incorrect being assassinated as you tattle usually die when you're absent. Unless it's an attempt. Thank you for that. Yes. Yes. He dies because the trailer today. I saw Robert Wright to place guy Spacey's someday somehow makes it

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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Reach Divorce Settlement

Kim Komando

00:20 sec | 4 years ago

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Reach Divorce Settlement

"Home in Arizona McCain family had said Friday that. He was stopping medical treatment for an aggressive form of brain cancer. Tom Brokaw, is mourning the loss of, the Senator we've lost a great man and Just as a war hero for the public service other. Colleagues in the Senate or remembering. Minority leader Chuck Schumer wants the

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At least 25 caravan migrants admitted for processing at US border

Gary and Shannon

01:44 min | 4 years ago

At least 25 caravan migrants admitted for processing at US border

"Chase from santa clarita to bakersfield in his rv with his two children inside stephen hogue ditched his three year old son and eleven year old eleven month old daughter last night and disappeared into an almond grove the kids have been reunited with their mom and hoke is from oregon he's been convicted of sex with a child under fourteen one official told reporters his crime has to agree just to discuss us customs officials in tijuana have been processing some of the members of that caravan from central america those asylum seekers were put through an interview to establish their identity then they went through a medical screening from there they'll meet with a specially trained customs officer for a credible fear hearing that's when they must convince the officer to let them enter the us about one hundred fifty migrants arrived sunday at the san pedro pedestrian gate but were denied access because usa officials said they were at capacity on tuesday customs officials began allowing a few at a time to enter the remaining people have set up a makeshift tents city in front of the pedestrian gate steve gregory kfi news the brother of florida school shooter nncholas cruise has been arrested a second time zachary cruise was booked into palm beach county jail yesterday for violating terms of his probation by being within twenty five feet of a high school parking lot over the weekend it was also driving without a valid license they eighteen year old was previously arrested for trespassing at the school where his brother killed seventeen people in february one of tom brokaw's former colleague says the management at nbc had no part in her letter defending brokaw amid sexual harassment claims dozens of current and former female nbc employees have signed saint brokaw has treated them with respect at least one staffer has told the media she was worried about repercussions if she didn't sign it the author denies pressuring anyone at least three women have accused out now of unwanted advances traffic.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Sean Hannitty

01:36 min | 4 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Mike pompeo kicks off his first overseas trip as the nation's new secretary of state hours being on the job secretary of state mike pompeo was already at a nato meeting in brussels he called on nato members there to fulfill a pledge that they would spend two percent of their gdp on defense pompeo also accused russia of what he called an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions and he specifically criticized moscow for posing a threat to its neighbours russia threatens allies and partners both militarily as seen through its invasions of georgia in two thousand eight and ukraine in two thousand fourteen at through an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions in the light of russians unacceptable access nato is more indispensable than ever pay was in saudi arabia on sunday he's expected to arrive here in israel is next stop is going to be jordan boxes david lee miller in jerusalem some women defending nbc's tom brokaw over a decades old allegation of sexual harassment letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after a public allegation of sexual harassment by a former network star linda esther a former network corresponded claims brokaw sexually harassed her in the mid nineteen ninety s but group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated a letter standing with brokaw saying he has treated all of them with fairness and respect giving them opportunities for advancement and championing successes in their careers maria shriver rachel maddow andrea mitchell kelly o'donnell and thomson and white house correspondent kristen welker are the women who put their names on the letter derek dennis fox news.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Ask Me Another

01:21 min | 4 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump says in a tweet he's expecting a big crowd in michigan tonight when he addresses a campaign style rally in mccomb county as wd et's quin kleinfeld to reports the area was key to his white house win trump one mccomb county in large part by vowing to bring manufacturing jobs back to a state that depends on them and some in the county say he's making good on that promise factory owner jeff hans berger says companies working with his robotics firm are focusing on keeping business in the us after the president threatened to penalize those who outsource jobs do other countries since he's been in office we are not seeing hardly inequality of any going to mexico right now but trump has critics here to some workers say that under the trump administration the cost of their healthcare is skyrocketing and tax cuts are not doing much for them for npr news i'm quinton kleinfeld you're in detroit dozens of former and current colleagues of nbc news veteran tom brokaw are rallying around him as he faces accusations by another former co worker of sexual misconduct npr's amy held reports more than sixty women including rachel maddow maria shriver andrea mitchell are circulating a letter of support.

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Korea Breakthrough, Bezos Wealth, Wells Probe: CEO Daily for April 27, 2018

ABC Perspective

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Korea Breakthrough, Bezos Wealth, Wells Probe: CEO Daily for April 27, 2018

"The war by the end of this year and denuclearized their peninsula that summit is a big lead up to the possible face to face between kim jong un and president trump abc's tara palmeri has more from washington president trump taking a bow for the historic agreement struck between the leaders of north and south korea working towards an end to their decadeslong conflict the president taking on the challenge to denuclearized korean peninsula and bring peace a solution unreachable for the past sixty years in his upcoming meeting with north korean dictator kim jong hoon president trump will hold a rally in michigan tonight that event is scheduled on the same night as the annual white house correspondents dinner for the second year the president declining to attend in california prosecutors in sacramento say a dna match lead to the arrest of the suspect in the decades old golden state killer case seventy two year old joseph di angelo was arraigned on murder charges friday he did not enter a plea investigators say they narrow down suspects by using genealogy websites and family trees a strong denial from nbc sees tom brokaw the allegations of sexual misconduct linda vesta former nbc correspondent accusing brokaw showing up to her hotel room uninvited in the nineteen nineties and trying to force a kiss on her brokaw calls bester character assassin and denies those allegations you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages and maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app in europe babbel's awardwinning technology gets you speaking right away whether you're learning spanish french or german and best of all you'll remember what you've learned i always thought i was bad at languages but after using battle i can tell you i was just taught the wrong way using babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons you can be speaking confidently in your new language within weeks i was amazed that i.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Steve Klamkin and the Saturday Morning News

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Well coming up the adjutant general of rhode island is talking about how the national guard stands ready to protect the security of this year's island elections also we are going to be talking with a professor at johnson wales university they are teaming up with a local love craft brewery to offer a certificate program for brewers so we'll get your beer on on this early saturday morning that much more straight ahead right now it's seven thirty and from the revolution softwash news center douglas at has our top stories good morning good morning steve first responders in scituate spent the hours before midnight try to save someone who crashed their car on peck l road vehicle hit a tree the occupant had to be rushed to the hospital but the name of the person injured in what led up to that accident in scituate has not yet been released the death toll has risen to nine in a stabbing attack outside a middle school in china was allegedly carried out by a former pupil he was seeking revenge police say for having been bullied ten other people injured in that attack police have arrested a twenty eight year old suspect he was a student at the school and was apparently trying to get back people there for having been picked on many years ago china tightly restricts private gun ownership making knives and homemade explosives the most common weapons in violent crimes two days after his conviction bill cosby has already started life as an inmate without leaving home till sentenced to judge can find him to the same philadelphia mansion where he was convicted of molesting a temple university administrator cosby has been ordered to wear a gps ankle bracelet to make sure he doesn't leave the property a group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated us letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after he was accused by a former colleague of unwanted sexual advances the women say that brokaw has tweeted all them with fairness and respect and giving them opportunities these include maria shriver rachel matt allen andrea mitchell on with kelly donal there among the women who have put their names on this letter brokaw denies the former colleagues accusations you've got pills kicking around the house that you don't know what to do with this is the time to get rid of them wpro's paul zangari reports you can get rid.

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Death toll rises to 9 in school stabbing attack in China

Steve Klamkin and the Saturday Morning News

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Death toll rises to 9 in school stabbing attack in China

"Well coming up the adjutant general of rhode island is talking about how the national guard stands ready to protect the security of this year's island elections also we are going to be talking with a professor at johnson wales university they are teaming up with a local love craft brewery to offer a certificate program for brewers so we'll get your beer on on this early saturday morning that much more straight ahead right now it's seven thirty and from the revolution softwash news center douglas at has our top stories good morning good morning steve first responders in scituate spent the hours before midnight try to save someone who crashed their car on peck l road vehicle hit a tree the occupant had to be rushed to the hospital but the name of the person injured in what led up to that accident in scituate has not yet been released the death toll has risen to nine in a stabbing attack outside a middle school in china was allegedly carried out by a former pupil he was seeking revenge police say for having been bullied ten other people injured in that attack police have arrested a twenty eight year old suspect he was a student at the school and was apparently trying to get back people there for having been picked on many years ago china tightly restricts private gun ownership making knives and homemade explosives the most common weapons in violent crimes two days after his conviction bill cosby has already started life as an inmate without leaving home till sentenced to judge can find him to the same philadelphia mansion where he was convicted of molesting a temple university administrator cosby has been ordered to wear a gps ankle bracelet to make sure he doesn't leave the property a group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated us letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after he was accused by a former colleague of unwanted sexual advances the women say that brokaw has tweeted all them with fairness and respect and giving them opportunities these include maria shriver rachel matt allen andrea mitchell on with kelly donal there among the women who have put their names on this letter brokaw denies the former colleagues accusations you've got pills kicking around the house that you don't know what to do with this is the time to get rid of them wpro's paul zangari reports you can get rid.

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Mongolia, Singapore are final two sites under consideration for Trump-Kim Jong Un meeting

News, Traffic and Weather

00:59 sec | 4 years ago

Mongolia, Singapore are final two sites under consideration for Trump-Kim Jong Un meeting

"Fundamentally flawed the president calling it conclusive strong and powerful with friday's interkorean talks seen as a precursor to a possible summit between kim jong un and president trump many questions remain about when and where that meeting will take place they've got two or three possible locations but it's been tough i both sides wanted on neutral ground it needs to be close because kim jong un's airplane is so old it's only got a range of a couple thousand miles so singapore has risen to the top of the list but mongolia is making a bid to so we'll have to see abc's terry moran in south korea a strong denial from nbc's tom brokaw allegations of sexual misconduct linda investor a former nbc correspondent accuses brokaw showing up to her hotel room uninvited in the nineteen ninety s and trying to force a kiss honor brokaw calls vest or character assassins tom brokaw was supposed to give the commencement address at sacred heart university he has cancelled saying he does not want to be a distraction and bc news chairman andy lack says in a message to employees that the network is committed to providing a.

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Tom Brokaw cancels commencement speech amid allegations

The Lars Larson Show

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

Tom Brokaw cancels commencement speech amid allegations

"Connecticut university says former news anchor tom brokaw has withdrawn as commenced a commencement speaker as after facing allegations of sexual harassment sacred heart university says brokaw notified school officials today a woman who worked for nbc news and was a fox news host has told variety and other outlets brokaw groped her and find to forcibly kiss her in the nineteen ninety s he denies the allegations lisa lacerra fox news.

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NBC's Tom Brokaw denies allegation of sexual impropriety in 1990s

The Sports Zone With Pete McCarthy

01:12 min | 4 years ago

NBC's Tom Brokaw denies allegation of sexual impropriety in 1990s

"Women earlier today texas man was allegedly found by tsa agents with a gun inside his carry on bag at guardia airport leading to his arrest they've gone which was not loaded was inside a knapsack along with a double stack magazine loaded with twelve bullets the man told officials he drove from texas to new york with the bag not knowing he had his gun in the bag and that's why he said the gun was in his knapsack at the airport when he was flying back passengers are permitted to travel with firearms in checked baggage if they're properly packaged and declared they must be unloaded new york city meantime has some of the strictest firearm laws in the country i'm lisa g for seven ten w o you're a strong denial from nbc's tom brokaw to allegations of sexual misconduct when the fester former nbc correspondent accuses brokaw of showing up to her hotel room uninvited in the nineteen ninety s and trying to force a kiss on her brokaw calls fester a character assassin saying he was invited to the hotel room and never assaulted her correspondent eva pilgrim has more tom brokaw was supposed to give the commencement address at sacred heart university he has cancelled saying he does not want to be a distraction nbc news.

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