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"tony schwartz" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"I'm Julie Norton. Dennis the Maui community Correctional Center remains on lockdown this morning after a standoff and riot yesterday. The incident began at about three pm yesterday when inmates started a fire in a housing module and disabled the fire sprinklers department of public safety. Spokeswoman Tony Schwartz said when thirties arrived some inmates complied when they were commanded to leave the macho, but several refused and remained inside the macho which houses ninety four inmates earlier in the evening Schwartz said, the Maui. Police and firefighters were on the scene working with correctional staff to resolve the situation. They were working toward a peaceful resolution that came just before six thirty pm, but the facility remains on lockdown. Police arrested a thirty nine year old man last night in connection with a shooting in white Paku Saturday. The suspect was arrested at seven ten pm. AM in ever on suspicion of second degree attempted murder. The shooting happened at nine thirty AM Saturday in the parking lot next to the Jack in the box restaurant at Tropicana square. The thirty four you will victim was shot in the abdomen. He was taken in a private vehicle to the Queen's Medical Centre west and transferred to the Queen's Medical center in Honolulu in critical condition. A honeymoon police department Lieutenant is admitting to filing false and fraudulent tax returns. Eric you yesterday pleaded guilty to three counts you had been with the department for nearly thirty years in investigative financial crimes for decades. He faces up to three years behind bars for each count and fines of up to three hundred thousand dollars from the News Radio. Eight thirty K H B H news center. I'm Jillian Norton. Dennis. More trending, local and national news at cage radio dot.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Donald Trump's first three weeks of the Pelosi era have been rocky waffling on this shutdown compromise losing a state of the union, and it's typical audience of about forty three million people. I could've gone to go to Tori and gotten twenty five thousand people in one day, and you've been there many times. But I think that would be very disrespectful to the state of the union. So what she said I thought it was actually reasonable. We'll have the state of the union when the shutdown is over. You hear that Donald Trump deferentially calling Pelosi's decision reasonable. He also referred to it. As her prerogative in a moment. We're going to get into it with art of the deal co author in front of the beat Tony Schwartz. He says today that he has never seen Trump so utterly flummoxed and outgunned as he is by Nancy Pelosi. He seems both odd and cowed by her Schwartz argues, it's because Trump has underestimated her ability as a leader and the Trump would be violating one of his own claimed pieces of negotiating advice understand your opponent. Negotiations very very delicate. Sometimes you have to be tough. Sometimes you have to be sweetest pie. You never know. It depends on who you dealing too big thing in negotiation is to try and figure out your opponent. Otherwise, you're going to look like an idiot and lose big. Chore words, truer words, he looks like an idiot. What is it about her and her strategy three weeks in that has reminded anyone who ever said gosh, should she still be speaker? She seems to have a real way to deal with him. Yeah. She's suddenly gone from being this most hated person in her previous incarnation. As speaker to being this celebrity and charismatic leader. I don't think she shifted. I don't think she actually even necessarily has a particular strategy with Trump. I think she's being herself, which is she's tough. She's tough with civility. She's tough with decorum. She's a way that I think Trump looks at and goes, I literally can't do anything to move this person. Well, as as they say an office space, you remember that movie? I do I'm gonna go ahead and disagree with you there. I think speaker Pelosi would never try to cancel George W Bush's state of the union because no matter how diametrically opposed they were on foreign policy on civil rights on the environment. There was still a feeling that you were working within some framework of Washington. And so for all those diametric zero to one hundred on Iraq that would still be. That respect and she is saying something that is quite popular with her base the resistance. But that I think we're seeing more and more across other parts of America. Which is well if this guy comes in and breaks, everything don't you have to change up your response to him. Yeah. I think that what's consistent with who. She's always been is that she is strategic and careful and deliberate and still respectful. She continues to actually the act itself. You might say is disrespectful. But the way in which she has done it. I think is consistent with what you would expect from her. What what I think you're getting at is the chief saying if you were going to degrade the entire government. We don't get to do this thing. Right. But when you step back up to being responsible, you can still have your state of the union using the rules that amusing to rules and my leverage to. Accomplish the outcome. I want I'm not going to scream at you. I'm not going to trade words with you. I'm not going to back down from you. Look this is what leadership is about. It's about being able to balance these opposites of sort of confidence and humility of of. Courage, but also prudence so why did he violate one of the rules that you go strode or health throat? Did he used to follow those rules more talking about her that, oh, I know you were talking about her there? But going back to him saying understand your opponent. He doesn't seem to know what to do with her. You know, I think that in the face of look number one by with a bullet Trump is a bully. So he spent its entire life bullying, and it has usually worked eat it's clear to him that he can't bully her..
"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 Anderson Cooper 360
"In the next few days, especially of two Senate measures for ending the shutdown fails expected and another federal payday comes and goes pressure's gonna grow on all sides, try to reach a deal. Now, whatever you may think about President Trump or the wall or any of it is literally word for word what he said he's best at doing. I'm gonna make the great deals. I am going to make great deals for country. I make deals I negotiate. Everybody wants me to negotiate. That's I'm known as negotiator. I'm so anxious to go Goshi. Nobody can out negotiate these deals. I will make a great deal and lots of great deals for the American people. We don't make great deals anymore. But we will once I become president. I built an extraordinary business on relationships and deals that benefit all parties involved. Always. Well, now, in fact, that's not quite true. Is Trump biographer Michael down Tonio put it on the on the program last night. The president simply did not see Goshi nations as a win win process says the president he said preferred I win former Trump executive Barbarez was also on the program talking about how speaker Pelosi saying her old boss has trouble with strong women who have more power or who have power more perspective tonight from author Tony Schwartz who goes road and chose the title for the president's first bestseller. The art of the deal. You're not only wrote the art of the deal understand that you kind of created the narrative of him as deal makers. Well, I was sitting across from him. And he told me in an interview that I was doing that he'd been asked to write a book. And I said what's it about? He said my autobiography I said, well, you're thirty eight years old. You don't have an autobiography if I were you the words I most regret saying in my life. I said if I were you I'd read a book called the art of the deal because people would be interested in deals you've made. So is that it was a narrative literally, it was a way of framing a story about which there was very little to say absent the deals that he'd been involved in as a negotiator. It seems like claiming victory is his main focus. I mean, you know, some people make deal. So that everyone feels they win. It just seems like he doesn't view it that way. Well, he views a deal as something he must win and his style of deal. Making is take a hammer and raise it over your head and smash it down and say would you like to make that deal? And then if you say no smash it down again, but we're in a very different world than the New York real estate world. Dow were in the world in a world in which he doesn't own all the cards, and it's also so fascinating that I mean, you've talked about it on the program before the operates in sort of ten minute increments. And that is not this kind of long term view. It's really just what's going to get him through the next ten minutes. I mean, I've I've found myself wondering Anderson over the last few days, what if you? Dial this back, and he started over this was a man with no ideology when I knew him and for long after that, he didn't have political beliefs. He had things he wanted to accomplish. And I don't believe until very very recently. Meaning the last several years he began to move, right? What if he had just decided I actually do want to be a dealmaker? I actually do want to negotiate what kind of what kind of accomplishments might have been possible. And I wonder and I know he spends almost all his time watching television. We know that now. And so I wonder a Donald if you're watching are you wondering if maybe you should've gone a different direction because it isn't working out, and that style is clearly failing the why do you think it's it's failing just because he's not used to working with so many moving parts. I do think that's part of it. I think a this is a complex situation, and there are multi. People stakeholders, I also think the keys to real negotiation when you don't hold all the cards are. Humility..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"For health insurance to get your kids educated. Now, we have a country that's getting richer and richer, but the problem is that too much of that wealth is flowing. Just too thin slice at the top. And everyone else is getting left behind a stunt. How we build a future. The the president is obviously. He had his fair share racially charged things to say about you. If not outright racist yesterday on Mon Luther King day. Congressman who came Jeffrey is called the president the grand wizard of sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue is that an appropriate thing for sitting member of congress to say about the president. The president has made clear where he stands, and he did that in Charlottesville. He's done it over and over. What matters is that. We as Democrats make clear what we stand for. And what we're going to fight for look for me. I believe in the wealth. I believe in the worth of every single human being I think that that recognizing that worth. And then as a country saying we're just going to invest in some opportunities a level playing field a chance for a kid who's the daughter of a janitor to be able to go to school to be able to get an education to be able to build some real security in her life. I believe that that is the best of America. I believe in an America that reflects our values, but we're going to have to build it together. We're going to have to take our government back. We're going to have to take it away from the wealthy and the well connected who've turned it in their direction, and we're going to have to make it work again for the people. That's the reason I'm in this just lastly just in terms of the race. Are you confident that you know, how to effectively campaign against the president against his scorcher tactics? Because you know, the high road didn't work out for more than a dozen Republican candidates didn't work out for Hillary Clinton. I'll tell you something ours. Born and raised in Oklahoma and all three of my brothers live in Oklahoma. Now, one of them is a democrat. The other two are not. But I love all three of my brothers. And one of the things we spend a lot of time doing is talking about the things we actually agree on the values. We want the same things for our kids. We want all of our kids to have basic healthcare coverage. We don't want it. So there's somebody gets sick. They ended up bankrupt is well, we want our kids to be able to get an education and good education, pre K K through twelve and after high school, we want those things we want our kids to have a future can. Yeah, they're places where we disagree about the best place to put that together. But I think that as. As a people when we talk about our values when we talk about the things that we care most about we can find some common ground, and we can build on that ground, and we can make a real commitment. Not just a to hope it happens. But a real commitment to fight for it to make it happen. I think that's our opportunity. And I also think it's our responsibility. Warn. I appreciate your time. Thanks could talk with you more now on the shutdown on the president's dealmaking or lack thereof is you know, when it comes to making deal. The president says he's an artist coming up next. We'll put his claim to the task by asking someone who actually wrote the book on Donald Trump the art of the deal. Tony Schwartz joins us and later the allegations against the American being detained in Moscow. Is he a spy as Russia claims just upon.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"But later you look at things like when he bought part of Eastern Airlines and rebranded it as the Trump shuttle or the plaza hotel. He was terrible at making those deals and even worse at executing them. So over time, I think he came to regard his own abilities. As maybe something like what people read in the art of the deal. Now, most took what's in the art of the deal was not from the president. It was from Tony Schwartz even the title came from Tony. So we have to wonder at every step of the way. What is Donald Trump really responsible for and how much is just hype? That's the development of is reputation. And none of which would really matter if he wasn't present the United States and meeting one on one with Latimer Putin multiple times meeting one on one with Kim Jong UN with no one else present in the room, which is highly unusual. I mean, he for whatever reason he insists on meeting with these people alone. The the plight. Explanation is that he feels so confident in his deal making that the by force of personality. He can somehow make something happen. Yes. But that wouldn't explain the fact that he doesn't want you want to know, what was said. I'm very worried about that to be honest. Yes. But going back to what Michael said he he did have a lot of skills in the beginning. And one of the things that he doesn't boast about where we think this is greatest skill. This is salesmanship he could sell ice in the winter to us, and he he built his reputation on him selling himself. And this deal thing is part of that. And he has sold themselves to people in that looking back at it. And they said, well some deals will. But why launch most of them were not so good, especially the later ones that Michael mentioned like the plaza and the shadow I mean, he just paid Eskin price and he casino stuff that didn't end and well, right? No, no. It didn't especially the Taj Mahal which was probably his downfall. He had to have it. It was the biggest casino. In Atlantic City. And that's when I say is ego took over is that Michael part of the Rodney think his ego. Oh, it definitely is. I remember when I discussed with then businessman Trump the site of negotiating so that everyone wins and. Experts on negotiation will say that the key to it is having an empathy for the other party to understand where they're when is located and then get to a place where everybody wins. And so I said to him what do you think of this concept of win win? And he said I prefer the concept of I win. So that's really where he's at when it comes to negotiation. And it's I think why he has so much trouble on the world stage. There are so many moving parts so many bilateral relationships, and he can't keep track of on Michael dantonio Barbarez. Great davick. Thank you, the pleasure on this Martin Luther King day, some lawmakers or letting loose on President Trump during sharp contrast between the president and the lead civil rights icon. It was new holding back wasn't fair ill. You'll hear it next..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Show approaching the world with gratitude and kindness. I think people desperately want to feel valued. And you know, it makes a huge difference to most people this is Christine porath. She's a professor of management at Georgetown, University and Christine studies. What happens when people don't feel appreciated at work something she I saw her own dad experience, here's Christine porous on the Ted stage over twenty two years ago. I vividly recall walking into the stuffy hospital room. It was heartbreaking to see. My dad this strong athletic, energetic, guy, lying in the bed with electrodes strapped to his bare chest. What was work related stress for over a decade? He suffered an uncivil boss. And for me, I thought he was just an outlier at that time. But just a couple of years later, I witnessed and experienced a lot of instability in my first job out of college. I spent a year going to work every day and hearing things from co workers like are you an idiot. That's not how it's done. And if I wanted your opinion I'd ask. I just felt like we could and should do better. And I was surprised that management wasn't paying attention. But I was an economics major as an undergrad. And so I felt like well, you need to show them the money show them what it's costing organizations in order to really put it on managers radar. So I did the natural thing, I quit. And I went back to grad school to study the effects of this. And there I met Christine Pearson. And she had a theory that small uncivil actions can lead to much bigger problems, like aggression, and violence, we believe that incivility affected performance in the bottom line. So we launched a study, and what we found was I opening we send a survey to business school alumni working at all different organizations, and we asked them to write a few sentences about one experience where they were treated rudely disrespectfully or insensitively and to answer questions about how they reacted one person told us about a boss that made insulting statements like that's kindergartners work and another tore up someone's work in front of the entire team. And what we found is that incivility made people less. Motivated sixty six percent cutback work efforts eighty percent lost time. Worrying about what happened and twelve percent left. Their job. And after we publish these results two things happen. One. We got calls from organizations. Cisco read about these numbers took just a few of these an estimated conservatively incivility was costing them twelve million dollars a year. The second thing that happened was that we heard from others in our academic field who said well, people are reporting this. But how can you really show it does people's performance really suffer? And what we found is that those that experienced incivility do actually function much worse. I have always been motivated when I feel valued and appreciated right for what I do. And I've left jobs in the past. When I didn't feel that way. And I can't imagine that's unique. Right. I mean, why would somebody be motivated to do their best work if they didn't feel appreciated? I don't think that's unique at all. In fact, I did a study with Tony Schwartz and the Harvard Business Review, and I was really curious what leader behaviors were most important to people and have the biggest effect on the outcomes that we're measured and the number one thing that affected people, and the people seemed a lot most was respect or the sense of feeling valued, and that was actually more important than recognition appreciation than useful feedback even than opportunities for learning and growth, and those people that felt respected and sadly it was less than half. They reported being a far more focused. You know, they were ninety two percents. More focus. They said that they were fifty six percent healthier. They were much more likely to stay with their firm. And they were about fifty five percent more engaged. And so I was even surprised even though I buy into this topic at just across the different leader behaviors that we know are important that was the one that one out. When we come back in just a moment. Christine porath explains how we can make the world around us just a little more respectful garage on the show today ideas about appreciation..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Today on the show approaching the world with gratitude and kindness. I think people desperately want to feel valued and it makes a huge difference to most people this is Christine porath. She's a professor of management at Georgetown University in Christine studies. What happens when people don't feel appreciated at work something she I saw her own dad experience, here's Christine porous on the Ted stage over twenty two years ago. I vividly recall walking into the stuffy hospital room. It was heartbreaking to see my dad, the strong athletic, energetic, guy, lying in the bed with electric strapped to his bare chest. What put them there was work related stress for over a decade. He suffered an uncivil boss. And for me, I thought he was just an outlier at that time. But just a couple of years later, I witnessed and experienced a lot of instability in my first job out of college. I spent a year going to work every day and hearing things from workers like are you an idiot. That's not how it's done. And if I wanted your opinion I'd have. I just felt like we could and should do better. Yeah. And I was surprised that management wasn't paying attention. But I was an economics major as an undergrad. And so I felt like well, you need to show them the money show them what it's costing organizations in order to really put it on managers radar. So I did the natural thing, I quit. And I went back to grad school to study the effects of this. And there I met Christine Pearson. And she had a theory that small uncivil actions can lead to much bigger problems, like aggression, and violence, we believe that incivility affected performance in the bottom line. So we launched a study, and what we found was I opening we send a survey to business school alumni working at all different organizations, and we asked them to write a few sentences about one experience where they were treated rudely disrespectfully or insensitively and to answer questions about how they reacted one person told us about a boss that made insulting statements like that's kindergartners work and another tore up someone's work in front of the entire team. And what we found is that incivility made people less. Motivated sixty six percent cutback work efforts eighty percent loss time worrying about what happened in twelve percent left. Their job. And after we publish these results two things happen. One. We got calls from organizations. Cisco read about these numbers took just a few of these an estimated conservatively incivility was costing them twelve million dollars a year. The second thing that happened was that we heard from others in our academic field who said well, people are reporting this. But how can you really show it does people's performance really suffer? And what we found is that those that experienced incivility do actually function much worse. I have always been motivated when I feel valued and appreciated right for what I do. And I've left jobs in the past. When I didn't feel that way. I can't imagine. That's unique. Right. I mean, why would somebody be motivated to do their best work if they didn't feel appreciated? I don't think that's unique at all. In fact, I did a study with Tony Schwartz and the Harvard Business Review, and I was really curious what leader behaviors were most important to people and had the biggest effect on the outcomes that we're measured and the number one thing that affected people, and that people seem to want most was respect or the sense of feeling valued, and that was actually more important than recognition appreciation than useful feedback even than opportunities for learning and growth, and those people that felt respected and sadly, it was less than half they reported being far more focused. You know, they were ninety two percent, more focus. They said that they were fifty six percent healthier. They were much more likely to stay with their firm and they were about fifty five percent more engaged. And so I was even surprised. Is even though I buy into this topic at just across the different leader. Behaviors that we know are important that was the one that one out. When we come back in just a moment. Christine porath explains how we can make the world around us just a little.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Hey, everyone listening to our podcast. This is Ari, and we have two very special things in this podcast extra. I report I've been working on for a long time with my staff here at the beat a deep dive into why federal prosecutors in New York may ultimately pose a bigger threat to some of Donald Trump's interests than even the Muller. Pro we go deep you're about to hear that. And then afterward some of the original reporting that we'd like to do we hear from people who've actually not only spent time with Donald Trump, but got paid by him work with him and are still huge critics Barbarez along time Trump executive, and our friend. Tony Schwartz co author of the art of the deal in the way, we work isn't working that conversation gets into why Tony argues that at times he believes Trump is effectively, quote sub human one more thing. I noticed reading some of your comments and some of your ratings a lot of you guys like when we do these extra segments. Please feel free to go in. If you haven't and comment or rate us five stars, or whatever you think we deserve. We do read what you right there. And it helps get the beat out on I tunes. See you soon. This week's indictment of the Russian lawyer who met with Paul Manafort and Trump's family members is a huge development since she was the most high ranking Russian at a meeting that Bob Muller's investigating in his collusion probe Muller's office. Didn't just indict her just like his office. Didn't actually indict Michael Cohen the office that charged the Russian lawyer was the top federal prosecutor's office in Manhattan, the southern district of New York. This is the office with jurisdiction over the Trump organization and activities involving Trump and his family, which includes anything he did before he became president. So tonight, we turn to a special report why this office is proving so significant in why it's making such pivotal moves on matters adjacent to the Miller probe. The first thing you need to know is that this story is way bigger than Trump. Very few. Federal prosecutors offices have national reputations. Can you think of a current Pasqua's attorney from Texas or California? I can't off the top of my head. But, you know, several prosecutors who led this other district pre Pera who indicted hackers and murderers and some famous democratic politicians in New York before Trump fired him a Rudy Giuliani who busted bankers and mobsters and racked up a record four thousand convictions back when Giuliani was popular across the political spectrum because of that record James Komi who led the office with a fierce independence and only left for promotion to the Bush J handing the reins to David Kelly who prosecuted major terror cases and financial fraud. These prosecutors have long stressed that this office is special. It takes on big targets, and it's aggressive. We are aggressive were appropriately aggressive. That's the history in the office. I don't care who you are..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Donald Trump did a photo op at the border today. This is a trip he told reporters he didn't even think was worth making the shutdown gets longer. It is on set on pace to break directed for the longest shutdown by this weekend. And all this concern, the focus away from the wall and back inside the US where for load workers and protesters hitting the streets and getting attention for it. Meanwhile, US residents many saying they oppose the wall and their backyard all that has some Republicans in both chambers starting to walk away from Trump. That's a problem for the self proclaimed dealmaker who likes to be the one threatening to walk away to former insiders Trump are with me tonight to explore why his bluster isn't working this time Trump used to claim his strategy was to take things to the edge. But then make a deal one saying you take people to the brink of breaking them without having the break to get a better deal and Trump could always walk out. If he didn't get a better deal. He could walk all the way to bankruptcy. But. But the federal government can't declare bankruptcy. Can't stay closed forever. Trump insisted Mexico would pay for the whole wall. He didn't push them to the brink of breaking or get them to cover say half the walls cost or a quarter. He got nothing. Then you got nothing from the US congress for the wall. And when called and all that Trump says now the buck doesn't stop with the president anymore. Watch this sad decline. Mexico's paying for the wall. Okay. It's an issue of police importantly dollars. We have to finally do the wall will pay for self on a monthly basis. Over this the book sap food everybody. I want to bring in special guest Barbara arrests. Former Trump organization executive she's also the author of all alone on the sixty floor and Tony Schwartz co author of the art of the deal, a friend of the beaten, the author of the way, we work isn't working wonderful to have both of you here seated together for your expertise, Barbara it is easy to normalize. What should not be normal? So for your view, the man, you know, I wanna replay that last moment the president nited states on where the buck stops. Take a look. Doc with you over this shutdown the books food everybody. What kind of deal making always seeing here? Yeah. I thought he was a great deal. Make it to be honest with you and terms of taking the responsibility for the buck. I just wouldn't have to it. It's not in his DNA. He's never responsible. It is always someone else's fault. Yeah. I found myself going back to the art of the deal and looking over those deals that I unfortunately, described thirty years ago, and realizing that most of those deals in that book were failures and the number of deals he's made over the years since then have overwhelmingly been failures. It's a accident of history that he is president. But as a dealmaker he is really one of the worst. I've ever come across. You know, when you think about deal making what is it actually require it requires understanding the other side? So it it, requires empathy. It requires humility it requires courage. These are qualities Donald Trump doesn't have in spades. And your point if the deal is about agreeing to do something real while there may be negoti. Nation and some exaggeration business. The fundamentals have to be true. Otherwise, you end up with a fraud, which is illegal even in tough business deals. Here was Donald Trump. Let's take a look claiming that he actually is honest when he goes sheets, take a look..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on AM Joy
"Everything Trump will resign as I've always assumed only a matter of time. Now your thoughts is this is catastrophic for Trump as Tony Schwartz, things Trump in big trouble. So we can talk about prosecutorial strategy or we can talk about mother. With because my mother used to say, you're gonna find out who your real friends are when you're in trouble and it turns out the president doesn't have any fears. Staffers. He's got Sixers, got employees. What would push comes to shove, they stand up in flip cap, and he doesn't even had a dog. Washington is the only real friend. I I mean, my, mean, my. here's Eric. Ellie wooden. I was gonna go this way, but now this way l. is bringing the comedy. I'm gonna go to you as you wrote a piece called going after family. You mentioned Eric on your blog, use it Allan Wiesel bergh's immunity deal shows. Prosecutors are going after the family, not the business. You don't need. You don't need Weisselberg to get Cohen. Cohen is a FOX clown and was going down anyway. You need our Wessel Burg if you're going after his family. And I think that's what we're seeing here. That's the next pressure point for Trump. Now we know that Trump's as a father Trump is more like your momma's boy, creepy boyfriend than he is like real Daphne. We don't know that he has the parental instincts of a regular person, but you know, Trump thinks that he's above the law, but most mammals will sacrifice themselves to protect their children. I think what the prosecutors are about to find out is whether or not Trump is above the laws of nature. Yeah. I mean, the perception was that Michael Flynn, right in part, you know, he makes this deal. Thun maybe was protected by him doing that. Well, I mean, it doesn't always work that way because we do have a certain congressmen who's throwing his wife like all the way under the bus as he goes down. But that is sort of the red line that Donald Trump had set up before don't go after my businesses. Theoretically, maybe that extends to children, you run his business? Well, he, he, he did say that going after his family would cross the line for the Muller investigation. So he has said that I think the issue here actually goes back to what are his legal vulnerabilities versus what are his political vulnerability. Because on the legal side, let's be honest. It is going to be a very Muller has been moving at the speed of light, the speed with which he has gotten a number of plea deals. And now convictions is really astounding for the legal process. It is very, very, very difficult, whether whether we're looking the New York state AG, which is looking now into the Trump foundation where Wessel biggers also very important that also could directly implicate the kids Trump. Does not have pardon power there, but that it takes time. And so in the context of a political cycle, the question is, do you get enough explicit evidence in addition to what you've gotten from Michael Cohen? Because right now it's an, it's an, it's a Cohen allegation with some evidence behind it. As we know from the tape, which I think is quite damning for Trump, but politically he has survived having a literally having a university where he had to settle a twenty five million dollar lawsuit for fraud for defrauding students. We already knew we had the tape, the access Hollywood take where where he literally admitted to sexual assault of women, these are crimes are not. So it's not like he hasn't survived politically, right? A lot of allegations that have been potentially criminal yet, and we are in a process where I absolutely believe that we're going to see a lot more criminal actions and evidence. Crime. I think the issue is the political cycle with winning within which it happens and the degree to which the Republicans, because this is where we're uncharted territory, the type of allegations that we have about the president should have already sunk him politically in any normal speier of politics in this country at the party of the president would say, you got to go. Yeah, and that's not happening on the radio every day..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"They had a lot of information that they then acted on and all the idiot behavior was in one direction. No one ever thought, oh, I met with the Russians when they didn't. They kept saying they. Never met with the Russians when they did every piece of evidence that we've seen the public statements, the private statements, the fact of the meeting, the attempt to cover up the meeting, it all makes sense only if there was an attempt to solicit help from the Russians. And if you're a call way back when the Trump people have always said, well, what's so bad about taking a meeting like this. Anyone would take information that they were offered us how campaigns run. That was a very telling statement because I think it suggests to us that that's what they thought they thought, hey, Russia's going to help us that swell. And it's only been as time goes on that they realize how politically and legally perilous that was. So hence the cover ROY because you're not supposed to hijack elections with foreign governments who knew right. I wanna get whatever told them that they were novices jet. I wanna thank Jennifer. Rubin and Joyce van to David real quick. Have you ever been fallback Friday? No, I have not kidding. Pabst happened today could happen today year. We're going to take you and I would love to get both of you in Sunday as well. Thanks to each of you for being part of our top of the news coverage here coming up. We have new reporting. Trump's legal team says they might quote berry, Michael Cohen. Meanwhile, Michael, have an audience here, live coming out of his court fight in the stormy Daniels case, and I'm going to hear from a former apprentice star about what loyalty means in the Trump organization, which is now under a microscope. Plus we're doing a new series today with Tony Schwartz author of the art of the deal, and it's going to talk a lot about the pressure facing Trump all that. Plus, of course, fallback Friday and our most awkward moments of the year. You're watching a special edition of the beep on MSNBC..
"tony schwartz" Discussed on AM Joy
"He lied or would it would or would the man lies say the facts and move on do not sit here and try to figure out whether Donald Trump might have actually misspoken we know he spoke, he this speak. Yeah, I know that this is a man who's told thirty two hundred lies during the last year. And a half. I mean, come on. Yeah, we know that's what he does. So let's just focus on the facts and not get into his game. This is his game. He wants you to parse this because what he wants to do is he wants to obf`if skate. He wants to confuse any wants to create the impression that you can't trust any truth plays right into his hands. Yes, you can trust the truth. This is a Cup. This is not a magic marker period. Let's say those things and move on how does this end? I mean, do you see Donald Trump ever being held to account for the things that he's done or allowing himself to be? I see a very clear I for a long time. Like many people thought reason would pull over those people who are either on Trump's side in a moderate way or possibly even those who were very much Republican, but felt that. That they couldn't tolerate his character defects. I no longer believe that it's quite obvious that there's somewhere between thirty and forty percent of the population who are going to support Trump just as he says. Even if he shoots people on Fifth Avenue, even v stands next to the Russian player president and takes his side. Our focus needs to be on the sixty percent of America that is outraged by what they're seeing. All that needs to happen is for those people to come out and vote. So that's the first thing is we have to keep hope alive for the next six months without shouldn't even say six months, three months, four months, what somewhere in between. It's November, keep hope alive. Keep this very clear and urge people to come out and vote. That's number one. Number two. Look, they've got him. Muller has got him the Michael Cohen through the. The southern district is a is a powerful voice and actually had his voice. Yeah. So those are two ways that we are going to see this president tamed. I believe now, listen, the wild card in this is if he decides, well, I'm just going to call off elections or I'm gonna shut down the media except for the state media, which would be FOX and Breitbart, and so on. And so that's why we don't know for sure. But I do see that this week in particular creates an incredible message for the Democrats for the opposition which is, do you want Putin to be president or do you want him to Marican to be president period? Wow, summed up very likely by Tony Schwartz. Thank you very much. Always.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"And was intimately involved in decades long or at least according to reporting by gabriel sherman was intimately involved in the decades law long kind of almost torture and sexual servitude of one particular fox employees who would who was take into meet roger ailes was paid in cash for their assignations was then told she had to go out and recruit other women for roger ailes ultimately bill shine ended up having her committed i mean the whole story is so disgusting in so todd ray and bill shine really couldn't be hired i think almost at any private company in in in the united states with his background i mean just his hiring would make that company liable to potential sexual harassment lawsuit so it was probably named and multiple multiple lawsuits not just sexual harassment but also racial discrimination lawsuits and so this is basically trump saying you know screw you to the metoo movement and part of the reason he's able to do that is because he has this strategy or i don't even know if it's a strategy but at least technique of doing so many outrageous grotesque things breaking so many norms creating so many shocking headlines that something like this that would have been a multiday story in another era just sort of get swept under the rug he's a smart tv producer right he's at decades of experience he knows how to produce tv that's available isn't it it's valuable i guess if you think that what you're doing is putting out a reality tv show and not purporting to serve the american people mean i know that that might be naive to treat any of these people as if they're public officials they certainly don't see themselves as if they're public servants but that is nevertheless why his salary is being paid by the american taxpayer is to kind of communicate information not to mislead people and to work for just one faction one small minority faction of the american populace i would love to hear from shy and i hope he starts to do interviews i hope he is able to speak in his own words so that we're not guessing about what he thinks or what he believe i don't care what he thinks what he believes i care about what he did he was a party according to both reporting and lawsuits to really agree gis abuse of women i mean his hiring makes the white house if it wasn't already a hostile work environment i noticed another communist recently he talked about the amount of passion against trump you're making a really interesting point that approval ratings approval polls they can't measure just how intense the disapproval of trump is especially among women who are trying to run for office right i mean you've seen this huge flood of women into the democratic primaries they're doing really well historically in democratic primaries and not just people who are running but also volunteers i mean i talked to these women all over the country you know in pennsylvania in georgia in arizona these women whose lives were completely transformed by the trauma the two thousand sixteen election you cannot you you kind of can't overstate the extent to which these women have retooled their whole lives at or around kind of getting some sort of representation in government that they feel you know kind of shocked shocked and appalled by michelle thanks for being here thank you much more on that possible bluewave jank uber standing by he's the host of the young turks is a lot to say on this right after the break from local farms to purveyors far.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Well look they are enthusiastic that they finally have a plan their enthusiastic this is an opportunity to actually do something that haven't done it all this year and that is accomplish your major slip legislative goal but i mention the removal of popular deductions issues like the mortgage interest rate deduction issues like state and local tax deduction they were are capping the property tax deduction at ten thousand dollars a removing the income tax and tax deduction altogether those are harry issues those are issues that republicans particularly northeastern republicans from hightech states have already stated unequivocally they will be against the bill if they don't see changes the big question right now anderson is what went out the political imperative here to move forward to do something anything legislatively or the fact that these details these in the weeds provision could make or break people's political and potentially policy futures and the republicans behind the planet they obviously want to move very quickly on this yet look they're not hyper speed was a one person described it to me and look there staring at reality here there's a reason this hasn't been done in thirty one years there's a reason major overhauls of the us tax code are so complicated and that's because you have interest groups you have people that care about these deductions these things you have to get rid of in order to pay for these very large rate cuts so because of that fact anderson they will be moving this bill through committee next week it'll be on the house for the week after that the senate will start their processes well they want this done in the house and senate by thanksgiving they wanted on the president's desk by christmas can actually pull that off that is a very very aggressive schedule but at least according to the speaker answer's yes artful mentally feel thanks of next as all the russia investigation news breaks this week sources tell cnn the president is agonizing or the developments isolating the white house but prison insists the new york times that he's not angry will speak to the man who authored the art of the deal tony schwartz about how the president deals with this kind of pressure.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Well look they are enthusiastic that they finally have a plan their enthusiastic this is an opportunity to actually do something that haven't done it all this year and that is accomplish your major slip legislative goal but i mention the removal of popular deductions issues like the mortgage interest rate deduction issues like state and local tax deduction they were are capping the property tax deduction at ten thousand dollars a removing the income tax and tax deduction altogether those are harry issues those are issues that republicans particularly northeastern republicans from hightech states have already stated unequivocally they will be against the bill if they don't see changes the big question right now anderson is what went out the political imperative here to move forward to do something anything legislatively or the fact that these details these in the weeds provision could make or break people's political and potentially policy futures and the republicans behind the planet they obviously want to move very quickly on this yet look they're not hyper speed was one person described it to me and look there staring at reality here there's a reason this hasn't been done in thirty one years there's a reason major overhauls of the us tax code are so complicated and that's because you have interest groups you have people that care about these deductions these things you have to get rid of in order to pay for these very large ratecuts so because of that fact anderson they will be moving this bill through committee next week it'll be on the house for the week after that the senate will start their processes well they want this done in the house and senate by thanksgiving they wanted on the president's desk by christmas can they actually pull that off that is a very very aggressive scheduled but at least according to the speaker answer's yes artful mental i fell thanks up next as all the russia investigation news breaks this week sources tell cnn the president is agonizing or the developments isolating the white house but prison insist the new york times that he's not angry we'll speak to the man who authored the art of the deal tony schwartz about how the president deals with this kind of pressure.
"tony schwartz" Discussed on Savage Lovecast
"Democrats have a new slogan but what an who faces new branches of our federal government and no hope of liberal majority on the supreme court anytime soon boat we got a new slogan goes like us abetter deal better jobs better wages better future all right a three word slogan with better being one of those three words i can get behind that and it's a little history ish end a little dick roche which are too good things to be ash a better deal invokes fdr and pokes donald trump the new deal was franklin delano roosevelt response to the great depression quote a series of federal programs public works projects and financial reforms and regulations says wikipedia for those of you who don't know nothing about history and the art of the deal of course his book a book second only to the bible in its impact on and importance to the ongoing human project according to a person who had nothing to do with riding that book that personally trump of course because according tony schwartz the books actual author aka the books ghost writer not only didn't treble right art of the deal trump never even read art of the day but i don't want to relitigate art of the deal that's old news that bake just old i want to discuss the democrat's new slogan and their new promises to the american people which senator chuck schumer listed in a map ed in yesterday's new york times americans are clamoring for bold changes to our politics and our economy schumer road pointing to the results of last november's election.