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"Welcome back the panelists here watching post columnist Eugene Robinson Christian soldiers Anderson Thomas for the Washington examiner but the order of political reporter for the daily beast a New York times columnist Brett Stevens welcome to you all I think the best way to set up this conversation is imminent I want to read for you enter someone's taken Erik Erikson's take on the president this week they both agree on one thing that the president had erratic behavior and that's as far as they get here is Andrew Sullivan if you can begin even to engage this bizarre dangerous arranged an ignorant stream of consciousness and try to discern some kind of logical pattern your brain will break Kurtz I'd rather have a president whose behavior makes other people feel comfortable being brained jackasses than a Democrat who wants to take away my health care while giving healthcare to illegal aliens the president maybe not in his behavior but I'll take his crazy over the insanity the Democrats would unleash on the United States but Stevens I feel like that that it's an interesting the Erik Erikson rationale I thought I heard a little bit that Russian now I mean I bit in India and is Mister McIntyre it's extraordinarily Manichaean I mean let's let's see who the Democrats wind up wind up nominating the real issue for for Republicans to simply to call out the fact that the president does not stand in any way for the traditional conservative economic principles that have defined the party for the better part of the last seven years they don't even stand never mind the economic principles broader principles of character I mean what what we saw over the last few days is a president who is either mentally unwell or morally unfit maybe both I don't know but it's important to simply call these things as we as we see them yet you you you have behavior that is is unprecedented in any kind of presidential history the United States and or or frankly elsewhere so when I hear guys like Eric saying well you know this is at the end of the day this is a choice you know I'd actually rather have a candidate on the democratic side who at least doesn't scare me every single every single morning I feel like this is the entire debate of the twenty twenty Kamp just right there that's right I'm part of what's going on in the background as the president's comments about particularly China trade unfolded over the last week is that the way the United States government things about our relationship with China has changed dramatically right now I can tell you that White House officials think it's less and less likely the U. S. will actually reach a trade deal with China and rather is going to lurch from a truce to troops postponing Terron postponing punitive action that's because within the hang over there I'll always hang over their heads because in the background in the White House and the intelligence community they see China first and foremost as a national security concern rather than as an economic concern and that's where voters come down question as well research center has been studying American views on China for the last decade and a half we are at record high levels of American saying that they have an unfavorable view of China and most of its actually driven not by economic concerns in the poll most people say they're okay with China being economically strong it's as national security concerns that our chief and this is why I think the president is able even in the midst of what feels like complete chaos in terms of the trade issue to have a little bit of latitude there were his economic job approval remains about eight to ten points higher than his overall job approval but it's going down and it and it should be good look at the car of the real world results of what our Donald trumps a radic behavior problems whether through mental deficiency or moral deficiency or some combination thereof look look look at your four one K. Hey you know go on it go online right now and look at it and see what happened to it on Friday I chose not to hear our number to know I'm not going there either but it's it's you know it's extraordinary and and when I hear people work for congressman talk about you know the art of the deal you know Donald Trump didn't write a word of that book are you including the title was written by Tony Schwartz with whom I went to school hope to hold one wonders of Donald Trump is read it but what has it gotten the United States it is made knoll agreements is gotten us nowhere in in so this idea that there's this sort of master player a four dimensional chess whose I will say that the only not true the only thing I will say to people if there's one thing you got to understand about Donald Trump is that he doesn't believe anything's on the level and I do think that that is an invalid anything's on a level whether it's the press whether it's with the government he's always believed they were skins he doesn't believe anything is on the level including a conversation he will have with somebody was an ally breath yeah as in this is a big piece of his economic messaging at the moment which is he's got a juggle both touting what he believes is a very strong economy trying to keep those economic job approval numbers high will serve laying the groundwork for if this begins to fall apart to be able to say it's the fed's fault it's China's fault it's congress' fault for not passing my new now this is a classic autocratic strategy when your economy goes south you blame speculators you blame the media you blame someone else the list of you know one of the problems I have with a lot of the sort of conservative apologetics for trump is the only thing you have to separate the signal from the noise and the reality of the trump presidency is the noise is the signal yeah and and and its dangers we are blundering our way into a a a contest with with the Chinese that's not about national security it's a contest of face between two leaders who see themselves as essentially you know the Supreme us us a supreme leader and for which neither of them is easily going to back down we ended up in a war in World War two in part because we were trying to impose an economic embargo on Japan these things have a president and there and there were some we should be worried about China but trying to wage a trade war with it with no outcome insight is going to have consequences these questions of signal noise and art of the deal are gonna be front of mind at the G. seven and this is something that White House officials are really desperate for keep an eye out for some sort of and now it's in our conversation about a bilateral trade deal with the U. K. the White House would love to say that they're going to be sort of throwing some sort of assistance Boris Johnson as he's negotiating to leave the European Union toward the end of October as far as this question of national security and how that affects United States trade relationship with China it's an existentialist you for the US China relationship arguably the most important relationship in the world and for White House officials right now they see this as incredibly origin they believe the view not that China is in danger of overreaching in Hong Kong they're worried about concerns over region Taiwan the navy spends a huge percentage of its budget on activity in the South China Sea I'm for trump and his aides to navigate that is increasingly complex for what it's worth this is a week that we saw and while it's sort of a motley crew of Republic of sort of trump opponents on the right they're Startin to particulate let me week we had one and bill weld here's a few others and a challenge and a primer a friend calls the guy just cleared your calendar for reason I know what it is you need to prime where the press and I'm like are you completely out of your mind here's the deal this guy isn't fit for office every time he opens his mouth he tells a lie we're watching a full blown meltdown of the present United States he is been melting down like a nuclear reactor I know Joe Walsh was one of the three people in there by the way he's actually officially announced this is a guy who's who at one time tweeted if trump didn't win grab a musket do you see the people that have turned on this president you start to wonder is it going to happen in America actually of the of the three of them more significant in terms of public opinion might be Scaramucci actually because people know him and know the moves yeah and and he's come out and you know sort of New York facet of gone all in on on the sort of Clint this is crazy Martin this is this is very interesting at this G. seven how the push back from other leaders is coming is very gentle with very sort of measured but but it's definitely there yeah but it is me is it not it's weak but it's it's it's let's just get through this yes it's a you know it is the G. six plus one at this point and the bilateral deal with the U. K. they announce something that is going no where in in the house of representatives according as closely unless they are Linda she was settled in it and it won't be settled with a with a no deal brought any announcement that might come on the U. K. would be almost entirely symbolic before the White House even a symbolic when it's something they're desperate for right now well they think they're doing Johnson a favor I think in his evening coaches shins whether that's true or not I think it's
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Takeout
"Doesn't use it in a good. Listen to them. Give speeches retails people who look for advice from him never give up don't ever give up on yourself and never give up on what you want amend. That can, yes. That's a perfectly good. That's a perfectly reasonable thing to say and it's it's it can be an inspiring. Thing to say the question is never give up. And what things do you do in order to get the outcome that you want that you're not giving up on? And in his case, those are often very bad things. So we have this is the fun games, part of the program for our podcast grabbers. So we do three threshold questions kind of a little bit lighter. They give our audience a sense of who's been sitting at the table with us. So in no particular order most influential book in your life. I don't want to say are the deal, because we've gone over that terrain pretty heavily, but another book and your life that, that was important to you at a certain developmental stage, or later in your career favorite movie. And if you're on a long flight or a long drive, what kind of music artists are John row. Are you most likely to listen to? So I've got to answer all those. You know, I'm a I'm a huge fan. I'm not very different than other people and being huge fan at Springsteen, all my life. I met Springsteen and I wrote about him as a journalist when I was twenty three. Wow. So. I've had Bruce. There's another something I wish I'd done in my life met. Bruce Springsteen wrote about him at age twenty three wish I had done that failing via the garbage that's me, Mr President. And now that you mention it one of the most influential books, I've read in the last two years is actually Springsteen's autobiography. When you first asked me that question I thought of the books that most move me as a college student, the sound and the fury mine. Faulkner. Crime and punishment by Dostoyevsky he's classics. But when I think of the last couple of years, Springsteen's autobiography is so brutally honest, introspective humble willing to take himself on that is the essence of what it takes to grow as a human being. And he's an example as is Andre Agassi, who yes, whose biography. I also tremendously admire I read that book, I haven't read the Springsteen book, I will get to the book is sensation. Yeah. And it's and the reason they're both sensational is because they're willing to be vulnerable. They're willing to challenge their own assumptions, and they -til the bark off themselves. Exactly. And if people, this is something I say all the time in our in our work with with senior leaders. It's not about finding the answer. In what other people are doing or not doing, it's about your willing to take full. Ownership full responsibility for who you are. And how you show up start with that. So anytime I see that I even with say it about somebody like Howard Stern at this point, who you've watched grow in ways that are really admirable. This is what we need development is a human being mean seeing more. That's all it means the willingness to see more that takes courage. And it takes you Miltie and movie movie. You know, I'm a person from I, I go back to movies of the seventies of witness the graduate, midnight cowboy, Paulsen station movie. Yeah. These are these are movies that have stayed with me forever. So in nineteen seventy seven when the Academy Awards were given for the nineteen seventy six year winner was rocky. The losers were network taxi driver all the president's men and bound for glory. Yeah. Heavyweight list of God. The only one I had never saw was bound for glory..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Shame. What's happening with the Democrats? This will go on for awhile. Ultimately, the American people will have their way because they wanna see no crime. They wanna see what we're doing today. We lowered prescription drug prices first time in fifty years. They want to see that the Democrats would never have been able to do that. So we're all working very hard. We'll have to respond to it will respond to it. Thank you very much. He's not happy. No. Oh my goodness. Yeah. He couldn't wait to get out of their movie. He probably walked out of that room picked up a foam. And. Okay. He sends kit. Nancy first cancels, the state of the union says there's a government shutdown state of the union shouldn't be happening. He says today in the letter I'm showing up anyway, I'll be there per year invitation, and she said, no, there's no invitation we're closed the government is closed as they they actually have to pass a resolution the house and the Senate do in order to to for the state of the union has got to start in the house. Yeah. It's normally just a procedure. It just happens every year. But this time it's not gonna happen. Tony Schwartz tweeted about the shutdown. He said it'll end for one reason and one reason only. Says there's one reason I can imagine Trump finding this is Tony Schwartz, by the way, the co author of art of the deal. Okay. There's only one reason I can imagine Trump finding a way to open the government by January twenty ninth. He desperately wants to give the state of the union to congress. It's always always about his vanity. Well, Tony, I mean, here's the thing. The president can give the state of the union regardless. It just doesn't happen. It won't be in front of congress. He'll he'll get on TV will really be a state of the union. It won't be it won't be like all the other ones, but he can give his he can give the same speech who's going to give him front of congress won't have the applause. He can give you can give it there from the White House. Yeah. I think you ought to do it at a rally or he could do that to, you know, just go ahead. And do it do the speech at a rally and let the people cheer, and and just leave it at that pump them up. It will make them feel better. Rally is it a state of the union? Yeah. Just be on one channel. Well, I mean, we wouldn't be the big three networks. That's for. Sure. Yeah. They wouldn't cover except in the nightly news. You know what? I bet they would anyhow if he was going to go out and do something like that. Even if it was just his crowd. I bet they would still cover because they want to see what he's going to say tell he goes off script. That's when it gets good. That's right. And so this whole mess between the you know, the battling letters actually at appears to have started earlier today. Sarah Sanders was out on the front lawn of the White House and was actually asked by reporters about so wait. What's what's going on with the state of the union thing? Last thing we heard is back on the sixteenth when Nancy Pelosi sent her letter. So what's going on? And and so this is what's thought to have sparked the the response today. There.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Turn to Tony short CEO of the energy project. Drake, of course, is known as an emotional celebrity and the problem in that line which reflects the real thing is over identifying any criticism as trying to destroy you rather than deal with it. Trump also have that problem. This piece I have done with the psychiatrist. Bandy Eli, and politico today is really about the notion that people who have Trump psychological disposition, bandies interview two thousand of them in her roles of forensic psychiatrist have this vast emptiness that is filled only by external praise adulation and win. They begin to feel that they're not getting enough of it. It's a catastrophic internal experience. That's what Trump is having right now. What's striking about that is we. Often talk about how different he is from other presidents. That's something other politicians have. And when I worked in congress, you would see them. Maybe they didn't make it all the way the White House. People who were antisocial, sometimes tortured and seem to need to be on the go in the action, getting praised while maybe other parts of them were were as as you put it less full? Yeah, it's why they say Washington Hollywood have a lot in common. The people who seek most intensely public attention are very frequently. The people who don't have any inner resources. They don't have a sense of themselves absent the external world applauding, right. It's like these freaks who want to work on TV everyday or hosted TV to imagine people. I don't really even met met those what is wrong with your psyche and your life? If you need to be on TV, hosting a TV show, this is something I've wondered, but then they have no self awareness either turning back the Donald Trump. Let me play for you how he dealt with a security analyst in his previous life. That was pretty interesting too. I loved security analyst. Chairman of the company I worked for was faxed a letter written by Donald Trump. What he wanted was a public apology or the firm to dismiss me immediately, or he would institute a major lawsuit against the fun. They escorted me to the door. I been a security at us for over fifty years. Why is that public apology? So important. Who apologize, Donald Trump, demanding. He didn't get. He wants a public apology. Why? Because he is so thin skinned and. If a person criticizes him, it feels like an inner explosion. Imagine what he's feeling right now as these walls close around him as the people who have been most loyal to start to turn on him. It's just gotta be a feeling of extraordinary fear that is unacceptable to him because he can't stand the experience of weakness or vulnerability. And so what he does and it's face is to act even more aggressively. So does that make him obsessive and emotional in dealing with these open legal probes? Well, yes. Indeed, he's clearly an obsessive guy. He's obsessive sometimes strategically sometimes reactively our give give you an example of the obsessive nece strategically is when he says, no collusion, no collusion, no collusion. What is he doing? He is hoping he has learned that if he repeats it often enough, even if it's totally false, visibly false. People are a significant number of people will start to believe it right. State of mind, state of mind, state of mind is, is what we'll take from that because this is a series we're going to continue and try to go a little bit deeper. So Tony, Schwartz, I appreciate you being here and being a part of it. Thank you. Hey, it's Chris Hayes from MSNBC every day. I come to the office and we make television show every day. I think to myself, there's so much more I want to talk about. And so this is our podcast it's called, why is this happening? And the whole idea behind it is to get to the root of the things that we see out every day. They're driven by big ideas each week. I sit down with a person uniquely suited to explain why this is happening. New episodes of why is this happening every Tuesday. Listen for free wherever you get your podcasts..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"He was probably thirty five years old when he said that was the tragedy of Donald Trump, which is that there is such a complete sense of emptiness inside him that the only way he can restore his sense of self esteem and it's a black hole keeps pouring out as he. Tries to pour more in it is to focus on the external measures of his success and this notion that you either winner, you lose how tragic is that. I mean, that is such a what it is is it's not human. It lacks humanity, right? It's one, it's one lane. It's a binary view that says good bad right wrong. And it leads you to the idea that the means just the ends justifies the means because if you think that the only alternative to to winning is losing and you've lost everything when you lose then of course you're going to do things like lie continuously as he has done, and that is where our anxiety I think is greatest loss of connection to the idea that there's something real that we can get our hands around your. Your theory is that if he were in EMT or he could go into the storage business, that's how empty he is sold as. I want to get you on one other thing, which is on the world happiness report. They know the US ranking is falling partly because of ongoing epidemics of untreated depression. How do we as a society have these conversations while also including mental health without stigma. What we have to do. And one other thing I wanna say, so I'm not gonna let you go quite yet. What we let me go. I'm not going to let you hosting this show you're in charge, or as my grandson says, you're in charge. You could depression and the extra topic. You think it's so much what what we have to do is simply acknowledge that we are complex human beings and depression and anxiety, or part of the whole. And the idea that we have to hide it and in corporate than the corporate world or in the political world to acknowledge that you're depressed. It costs Thomas Eagleton, the nomination vice president back at nine hundred seventy two. The idea that we still can't acknowledge that each of us is struggling with our onset of demons is the cause of our needing to put up a mask that drains our energy. Here's a joyous thing that I was able to do today. I wrote checks to twelve non. Today ranging from the Planned Parenthood to the ACLU to raise this in Texas for one hundred thousand dollars that all come from my royalties from the art of the deal. And I've committed to give all of those royalties away specifically to causes that protect and stand for the groups that Donald Trump is attacking. So it's interesting to me that he has a billion dollars and the ghostwriter he has promised many times that he would give away the money that he earned from the art of the deal. So far as we know he's given away, not one dollar, I challenge him to match my donation. That's an interesting challenge. We will put it to him. People do know you as the author of art of the deal. Do you think you and Mark Burnett are more responsible for the personality that has now TV TV as much more powerful than. The written word. We know that and the other thing is, I know Mark Burnett has not begun to do his penance. So your challenge tonight is the Donald Trump and Mark Burnett. It surely is Tony Schwartz state of mind. Thank you very much. We.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"And this is reliable sources our weekly look at the story behind the story but how the media really works now the news gets made this hour art of the deal tony schwartz is here with insight into trump's european adventure and later in the our facebook says it's cracking down on fake news so why is this hoaxer still on the platform plus michelle goldberg jank uber and many more but i one of the world's big mysteries how will we know what really happens when trump and putin get together right now hundreds of journalists are descending on helsinki one thousand five hundred reporters from sixty one countries have applied for credentials to cover the us russia meeting but they're going to have very little access to the key events putin and trump plan to meet for a private one on one conversation before talks begin no aides no takers so we'll never really know what is said because really can we trust either man no we can't in the past the us president's words have projected power and shape global decisions what the president said meant something it meant a lot but not now not only more what president trump says is so frequently false or nonsensical that is words don't have the same meaning the same power the same impact as past presidents it's a shame but it's true trump simply cannot be trusted he has proven this himself time and time again it's his own lies and his own contradictions that have proven it and that is why this is a profound test for journalists how do you cover a person who twists truth like it's a game just saying oh well the president said that is not sufficient anymore if it ever was this week we learned that he called for the muller probe of russian interference a witch hunt he called her to witch again even after learning about the newest indictments so he knew the truth before the rest of us but he's still allied of course not all eyes are created equal some of his fabrications are pretty big like like say that america's gdp has doubled during his time in office gdp since i've taken over has doubled and tripled in two thousand sixteen gdp was eighteen point six trillion in twenty seventeen it was nineteen point four trillion clearly not doubled obviously other fabrications by the president are smaller on thursday he took a question from a cnn reporter then on friday he said this she and his fake news i don't take questions from ceo john roberts fox that's real let's go to a real network even the small lies confirm that trump cannot be trusted merely repeating what he says we're taking his word for it just makes a bad situation worse look obviously all presidents spin the trump's deceptions are different than volume and in degrees that's what's different now and that's one of the reasons why covering this european trip is so challenging typically usually the truth comes out but it might not this time not when trump and putin meet privately of course nature and the media both of horror vacuum so the unknowns are going to be filled up by trump partisans who will proclaim him to be a strong leader improving the us russia relationship at the same time trump opponents will speculate that he's really a russian agent having a meeting with his handler betraying america the divide is that stark so with that in mind how in the world to the press corps cover this helsinki meeting let's talk about it with carl bernstein the pulitzer prize winning journalist and cnn political analyst sam vinograd national security analyst here at cnn and new york magazine's jonathan chait a lot to break down here carl i was thinking if trump's words were currency we'd be saying it's been devalued worth almost nothing at this point so what should journalists do when he comes out after the putin median declares victory or something when we tell you this is a very porous white house house there have been great reporting that's been done out of this white house and i think we just have to keep going on with that not with high purposely but we do have to assume that what we saw from rod rosenstein on friday is very much part of the dynamic of helsinki and that indeed the president's object has been throughout to make this appear as a witch hunt it is now demonstrable to all for all the see this is not a witch hunt and if he tries to use helsinki with putin to once again claim that this is a witch hunt as we heard you.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Right kind of paragraphs and sentences and how to lay it out and turned into a professional book but this tony schwartz they've dragged him up and he's running around on cnn and msnbc giving these interviews about how trump can't read trump is this trump is that i remember there's nobody that knows less about donald trump than tony schwartz this book was thirty two years ago they probably spent about six weeks together working on the book so here's a guy who's thirty two years ago was it round trump for six weeks and when i say around trump it's not like he worked all day on the book i mean the guy was running a massive business so we're our two a day for six weeks he probably met with tony schwartz but he hasn't seen trump in thirty two years so he's running around doing these interviews as if he's some sort of expert on trump as as if he has any idea what donald trump is like think about somebody you haven't seen in thirty two years and who you didn't really know you only saw her about six weeks think of somebody who went to summer camp with for six weeks and you haven't seen him in thirty two years how qualified are you to really talk about what they're really like if you haven't seen him in thirty two years so but it's good enough for msnbc to them he's an expert do you still have a landline no well forty four percent of americans still have a landline but recent research shows the landline making a little bit of a comeback especially for people you know you can live in certain areas we just don't have great cell service there's parts of you can be in nassau county the certain spots around waster bay there certain spots northern boulevard there where there's no cell signal or you can be in parts of connecticut with just really spotty so more and more people depending on a landline although nowadays it's not the real old fashioned landline it's usually through the cable company which is not the same quality as the old landline but it's a hell of a lot better than a cell phone so that a lot of people keeping the landline and more and more people going back to a landline for a few reasons one you get it through the cable company you're getting the cable anyway because you need it for tv and for the wifi see you might as well get a phone on it also in a power failure much more reliable and here's the main reason to have a landline those once in a while when you lose your cell phone you left it somewhere in your house you can't find it you don't remember where you put it that's the only way you're gonna find it if you can call it on a landline so if you don't have to sell phones one to call the other you need to have that landline hey also said you have one of those vacuum cleaners that little circular vacuum it's all automatic you just put it down on the carpet and runs around and vacuums for you you know what i'm talking about roomba they now have the same thing as mops like if you want mop wooden floors tile floors bathroom floors same kind of deal apparently these are selling like crazy they're about one hundred and eighty bucks amazon reports huge sales and it runs all around your bathroom and mops the floor it's shoots the liquid out of the front and then in the back it has the mop it can get around your toilet in the back and all this stuff so a mentally everybody will have one of these have the roomba every bit who have something goes up and down the walls and cleans that they'll have they'll make one that can go up and down the stairs basically you'll just sit there and do nothing you don't even have turn it on you'll just talk it'll be like an alexa will be like an echo you tell it what to do so basically you'll be in twenty years you'll just be a blob sitting there ordering things around your house hey when we come back jake novak will be with us one of the smartest guys around when you're.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"He's interest is almost entirely about how he's how he's seen or how he thinks he's seen and therefore his perspective isn't very swearing blinders and all he cares about right now particularly in light of what happened at the g seven is that he can restore in his own mind his his sense of self and what's so fragile and trump is his sense of self and he has almost no ability to tolerate criticism as you saw when trudeau criticized him and that's a very scary thing because in right now what's into this meeting his concern is rehabilitating his image even if it's at our expense it goes on to say the real problem is simple donald trump is sick donald trump is crazy donald trump is mentally ill this guy actually said this last night on cnn tony schwartz the art of the deal co author i'm not saying very bluntly he's mentally ill this is a man and i understand i'm not a psychiatrist but he's prime officia mentally ill he has a personality disorder that means on its face this is a man who is unstable who doesn't think clearly and now has narrowed his frame let me just say this has narrowed his frame by pushing out anybody who will disagree with him and therefore he is listening only to himself and he believes make glow maniacally that he is always right i have never witnessed anything that comes close to this in my life have you have you ever witnessed anything like this in your life ever.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"But it's also that that person is always reflecting on him because the only person trump sees and any given moment truly is himself so everybody is a reflection of him for better or for worse in this case if there were to be an apology it would be for worse tony schwartz that fascinating thanks very much appreciate it coming up president trump today at a memorial for fallen officers spoke about a border patrol agent who died in the line of duty some republicans have been saying that he was attacked while laid off someone investigators believe now happen also had the new reason why meghan markle's father will reportedly miss the royal wedding as nothing to do with some paparazzi photographs at something more serious the right sheets can take your sleep and your style to the next level with boll and branch the upgrade has never been more affordable every set is crafted from one hundred percent organic cotton they get softer and softer over time that's why they have thousands of five star reviews and even three us presidents have boll and branch sheets try them for thirty nights and if you don't love them send them back for a full refund go to bollandbranch dot com today for fifty dollars off your first set of sheets plus free shipping with promo code cnn to spelled b o l l andbranch dot com that's bollandbranch dot com promo code cnn to prison film spoke at the annual peace officers memorial service today and event honoring families of law enforcement authorities who died in the line of duty pains to point out the violent death of a border patrol agent last november here's something put he had to say.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"So where's the deterioration what he was i guess he was saying that he was he was a terrible man but he's even more terrible now that's the deterioration tony schwartz expert on donald trump 'cause he cowrote art of the deal with him they have these experts one at the you know there's one expert you ought to look out for is bushes bushes ethics czar painter richard painter i think his name is bush ethics chief lawyer you to do a search in google to type into gugel book bush ethics chief and it's just article after article bush ethics jeeps as trump out of control bush ethics chief says trump making life difficult for american and so this this guy at famously anti trump guy but i say famously in that he wasn't famous at all nobody knew who richard painter was until they got hold him on cable news and they realized he was any time that he would come running anytime they called him he will weigh in on anything to do with the trump administration and they always start the interview by saying bushes chief ethics officer or or ethics czar they sometimes call him what does that even mean who are these what what is the chief ethics person do in any case the he's very anti trump and he is very successful getting slots on cable news here is a tony schwartz once again this is this is i believe on cnn tony schwartz the author of art of the deal or the ghost writer i don't know about one hundred percent unless he didn't talk to some of the people who are his he's talking about 100 percent because michael wolff said a hundred percent of the people around the president are uh you know think he's crazy one hundred percent of the people around the president think he's crazy he's unstable he's unfit for office unfit one hundred percent except for the fact that michael wolff admits he didn't interview any cabinet officials he didn't interview any inside people in the white house he found i don't know who these people are he he says he had two hundred interviews and they all confirmed the.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The the ideal person is someone who has had some contact with donald trump may be worked with him in the past may be a former in a worked in the worked in the white house uh and is critical of the president this guy didn't work in the white house tony schwartz was the ghost writer for his art of the deal book and they love taking him on as if he's an expert in trump because he doesn't like trump now listen to tony schwartz whose narrative goes along with the narrative it's being pushed coincidently in this book by michael wolff he has clearly deteriorated most of the general things that wolf observed are things that i observed in that i talked about what i spoke to the new yorker in july of two thousand sixteen the other at the inability to pay attention for any log period of time the either garbled syntax when he tries to be the other incomplete selfabsorption all of these things have always been true of trump what's happened is that he's deteriorated he doesn't think even as well as he wants did and i certainly share the belief that trump is that person wolf describes him as being in that book suv twenty schwartz has famously gone around while the president was running for office he went around saying that all he's he he he doesn't know what he's talking about he's childish he's a petulant he's not a great thinker he's lazy he often said he was lazy but now he's saying clearly has deteriorated and then he describes all these things that he's been calling him first the past two years.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"News a lot but i listened and i look at all many different sources as well of course cnn msnbc i got a flip around the cable lucy what everybody's talking about see this book by michael wolff has been big in the news for the past week why because of course it's paints the white house's crazy disorganized in on the verge of collapse just what the media loves and they trot out there people notches michael wolff uh he's he he he's on these shows and he is he's a lightly asked to defend his book a lot of people they of michael wolff on and they say you know some people have been saying the book is there some problems with the book there are things in it that are not true one of the robbers or the book there's continent that appears not to be true what what are you say that and he says read the book i let it speak for itself you always as that same answer can you believe it can you imagine of book a conservative author going on talk shows all over the country and one day now of course they would point out every if there were faxon dispute in a conservative book they would pointed out george stephanopoulos would point out the uh the fact and then he would berate the author and go over it in detail michael wolff they don't really mentioned any specifics they just say some people have said that there are untrue things in the book and he says while i would ask you all to read the book and you judge for yourself i mean what a defence that is right also this week they have a lot of other people that they parade in front of the news tony schwartz is a favorite guest on cnn if you want to get on cnn you you just.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on WLOB
"So where's the deterioration what he was i guess he was saying that he was he was a terrible man but he's even more terrible now that's the deterioration tony schwartz expert on donald trump because he cowrote art of the deal with him they have these experts want it you know there's one expert you ought to look out for is bushes bushes ethics czar painter richard painter i think his name is bush ethics chief all you got to do a search in google to type into google book bush ethics chief and it's just article after article bush ethics chief says trump out of control bush ethics chief says trump making life difficult for american and so this this guy is if famously anti trump guy but i say famously in that he wasn't famous at all nobody knew who richard painter was until they got a hold him on cable news and they realized he was any time that he would come running anytime they called him he will weigh in on anything to do with the trump administration and they always start the interview by saying bushes chief uh ethics officer or or ethics czar they sometimes call him what does that even mean who are these what what is the chief ethics person do in any case the he's very anti trump and he is very successfully getting slots on cable news here is a tony schwartz once again this is this is i believe on cnn tony schwartz the author of art of the deal or the ghost writer i don't know about one hundred percent unless he didn't talk to some of.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"But he does um i mean it certainly would the kind of thing that it's one thing for him to have done it as a businessman to just say things make up stuff but it's a different level obviously you would think as president i just think that when he's in that arouse state when he's feeling under threat he makes no distinction between true and not true in that moment he believes it's true you take what he said about corker and it's almost exactly the reverse is true but he in that moment he'd say to himself this guy he wouldn't listen to me you know he didn't get aid out so he absolutely believed it in that moment and it doesn't matter because he must mobilize all resources necessary to fight off the pride of defied off the enemy in that moment so that's what scary is that he experience since the world as a global threat to him meanwhile he's holding us and i really believe this he is holding america hostage right now he's holding it hostage to his own impulsive abdi uh and we know that if we if the if it goes this way or it goes that way the consequences could be literally millions of deaths tony schwartz appreciated i make haberman as well up next in other white supremacist rally in charlottesville this past weekend and something else caught our attention one of the more a reaches theories only fear about who organized the rally that killed at or higher we'll tell you which sitting member of congress and actually in congress right now is pushing.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on WCPT 820
"They're with that yeah through all of our mental sanity in people's skip his all season and emotional precariousness right now own tony schwartz argued that trump is on the brink of stepping down and said he would be shocked if his presidency last till the end of the year phnom he said he would negotiate a deal for immunity in the russia investigation in exchange for giving up his seat in the oval office i'm mike off as much as i want him out i'm like you can't let this mother go you can't with someone who commit treason and i i mean anyway interesting though that was his on the pre said the circle is closing at blinding speed trump is going to resign and declared victory before muller in congress leave him no choice i've been saying this i know you're a naysayer going as a naysayer but i'm starting to go to steffi outside thank you come to the life wrong in presidency is effectively over would be amazed if he survives till the end of the year more likely resigns by fall if not sooner he is gone over the line of acceptability so far there is no return the russia's stuff will be huge he doesn't want to go to jail i i starting to believe that i really am he said but he made on important points for the resistance uh trump must be isolated resistance every day the end this year near but we must keep the pressure high the end game is on trump goes down or we do he will blow up the world to prove he matters we must stand in opposition every day only at that's brilliant and said i rally in class cut as a sexy liberal denver tomorrow night is almost sold out went through the roof this week get the tickets because we need each other more than ever now this is in the resistance is.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on WEEI
"The central park five he wants those guys executed they've long been exonerated although some people want no one thinks is there not guilty do i said they're not gonna treat day were exonerates of people who think their guilt book most people ironic aspect haven't i happen to agree with you by there are people who feel that amac judge can't rule fairly because these mexican all mexicans are rapist wanted an older man all mexicans oregon's hits eurocracy need uk give thetheir rate uh sorry sorry let me let me accurately quote him they're rapists some i assume are good people right he's talking about the people come and go over the border illegally the mexican judge he can't possibly rules if he are leaves met and my case you wanted examples i'm giving you how many do you want now meteorologists temples do we have the statement the hillary i reach sweet of the star of david with the money that whole thing like the he told the biography earth what what you're asking for it zail will observe is trump eight harder for what he told the biographer that let me say i have this quote in front of me laziness is a trait in blacks i really believe that he did nonsense where where was that printed that was from the biographer of trumped i don't think he put it in the biography why not because it was a hey geography if you want to use a big word so the guy left trump in this guy tweets out negative stuff now that's tony schwartz that's a different biographer this is a guy who arrived trump gets confusing day to the statement because first day what he was waiting for the facts and once he had the facts once he knew who james fields was once he knew that it was who the two sides were who causing all the.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"A hunter brush lapel my and i would put it in on wristwatch fans and i put out my sleeves so i would just walk around records that way like when i went into re porn shop and i did cab drivers start why recorded bud seven eight hundred cab drivers wave of chocolates at midoff street a fifty night street they'll popped up in the daytime only after six o'clock bishop yourself i had recorded the whole songs on two boxes in the restaurants or bars gave it to the various groups around my postal soon what i would do is get people in the restaurant who spoke english to come over and translated forming the country which i was bought these sovereign many many yet but economic thing these giving thought i'll feel sorry about that in my country there are always flowers that is my follow dies i won't change puerto rico by sixty new york i will change rotary can chickens by frozen chickens in the ice boxes here there's maccacnico or greeted mirrors pertinent tell south africa quoting terni schwartz or new york usa sign bringing a greetings from pittsburgh pennsylvania this is a good folks also fighters cruiser hello tani my aim is thomas caught my attention county terry islands our government's first learned recorder ias to company or if they would give me the guarantee slurps from people from all over the world moldova's twenty two or three coroners who said they were buying them because very interested in music i would exchange wires with people in other countries who are interests folk music would send me material from there.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
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