17 Burst results for "Trichet"
"trichet" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"He's been hanging forming matter Trichet your patients go ahead brother your your callers calling in about Bloomberg from yeah okay no and I don't think Bloomberg has very much of a chance of winning I am my reasoning is based pretty simple and Bloomberg's trying to promote an agenda while trump hi is basically doing his job I have to ask what is his job no okay what is the role of government now on your phone local state and federal what is their role wires in there and I can answer that they're there to promote the general welfare now and I've heard Royce Wednesday with their older lady that called your old she said it in in that one gentleman said everybody is helping everybody something to that effect well the role mom and often that man I'm really I like did you like trump and don't like Bloomberg and and that's right the up home diatribe about the role of government I don't know a lot of folks don't like Donald Trump he said some major victories I just can't stand the guy but I just can't I can never be around them but he's a lot of success so he doesn't want me around him either so thanks for the input was a long road we'll talk about that again I don't know on I think bloomer is as pompous and arrogant and bull headed that's trump quite frankly I watch them both for years and that's all I have to say about that we're really got to tell you something that happens and when you get sick and I mention this and it's a little bit of a blessing out of having cancer and I think when you're sick you have to when you're sick you have to find wonderful thanks okay so what happens when you get this sort of cancer in Europe neck and throat I had it on my tonsils I had it on my tongue she the truth is that it it screws up everything in there forever kind of your taste buds are screwed up your saliva is screwed up if you listen to me I'm always chewing gum always all day and all night now I'm cool with it I'm not complaining but but another factor is as a result I don't have much of moisture in my mouth in my case is kind of funky it takes me an hour to eat a meal an hour and I used to eat a meal in five minutes in fact it was gross we would all sit down to dinner how are you my meal and I was start doing the dishes before anyone else was finished now it takes me at least an hour this is a little lesson for everybody by the way something a magnificent came out of this cancelar have gone by the way now it takes me an hour to eat a meal we make the kids sit there I can't leave they fidget Vincent only on the chairs will go under the table Khloe last night you try to do some math homework and I told her not to Sophie is pretty cool about it she doesn't complain about anything she's wonderful about then they fidget mmhm but generally they focus for an hour every night and every night we talk about life school teachers gains video games boyfriends girlfriends grades performance is Chloe just got the John authority in the school play which is super super cool we talk about all these things my wife my daughter or actually teaching ballet class together on Thursday nights tonight at the boys club in Carnegie we talk about that which I think is so cool so my point is we we focus on our lives for a while it's never happened to us before so five of us at the table for at least an hour waiting for data finished dinner why is this important issue because at our has become so cool for us and has given us time to hang as a family sometimes it takes more and once we settle the kids down there because it and Christine is amazing within in fact she loves it and I love it what's my poor if you're in this kind of category where you blow through general like a hot knife through butter this might be cool for you to try out make your family so Hey look more and try something like put your place aside we're gonna spend the next hour talking and no one gets off from the stable more maps are you so fast working in restaurants no one even things I eat those same way brother what this forced me to do Matt this cancers it takes me so long to eat but I can't hurry and if I did hurry I would choke so you can cry literally complaint literally or enjoy enjoy the moment take something as devastating as cancer making the something kind of cool we do not house take an hour tonight soon that's like get to know your kids again check it out well I can take a break here when we come back I need your help I need your help helping this wonderful young man find a job.
"trichet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A prolonged low rate environment I think we have taken a conservative outlook on the interest rates their full in this regard we also changed a lot on the line planning and Goldman's twenty twenty call sees U. S. economic and earnings growth we'll hear from David Kosten chief US equity strategist having a view hello good sense is gonna make you necessary a whole lot of money all this and more coming up in the next hour okay best from Bloomberg world headquarters in New York I'm Doug prisoner let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets there are mixed signals on whether the trump administration will implement fresh terrace on Chinese imports as of Sunday White House adviser Peter Navarro was saying earlier he has had no indication those tariffs won't be put on now to be fair Navarro is the consistent hawkish voice from the administration earlier we were told Chinese officials are expecting the trump administration to delay that threaten terror of increase in other trade news house Democrats have embraced the U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement after some key revisions were made the house is planning to vote on this the next week in the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was saying the Senate will take it up after any impeachment trial the fed's two day policy meeting will wrap up tomorrow in Washington followed by a press briefing from fed chair J. Powell Dow Jones is reporting Saudi officials have held meetings in recent weeks with international investors to sound out their views on a possible listing of Aramco shares in Asia after the bell here in the U. S. chevron said it will write down as much as eleven billion dollars on its natural gas assets more than half of this race a write down is due to the reduced value of its holdings in the Appalachian shale region we check markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg the end is holding firm at one OO eight seventy four against the dollar and in the equity market the Nikkei two twenty five is down two tenths of one percent in Hong Kong the hang sang is higher by two tenths of one percent on the mainland Chung high composite is essentially flat meantime and sold the cost be higher by two tenths of one percent and in Sydney the ASX two hundred I had by nearly half of one percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Doug prisoner this is Bloomberg former European central bank president John Claude Trichet reflected on the legacy of former federal reserve president Paul Volcker who passed away at the age of ninety two calling him the iconic central banker Trichet's spoke with Bloomberg's Jonathan ferro and Tom Kean the last book he published to keeping IT has been absolutely incredible in terms of lessons to be learned from your life he said the three keys are able prices sound finances and good government and that he was not the putting his palm it to say that today on some finance and good government it practically old advanced economy way I'm not up to the challenges stable prices we are leading in the legacy of Paul as we got this ticket prices which which she gives a measure of his own influence on the he's on the children at the bank can't say enough about the book keeping out of course this is Mister Volcker writing with Bloomberg news Christine Harper great honor to have Christine write that book with chairman Volcker in his final two years of life shone poetry shade a new phrase I know John for a wants to jump in here on it let me get the conversation started how does John Claude Trichet define fiscal space well I would say a lot of on please have some physical space in your advanced economy and should utilize their school space as the P. as possible with great determination in their interest and in the interest of the continental and global economy all others are in a totally different situation and that's all the difficulty with the concept of peaceful space at the global level as well as at the European level thank you to tendency to over simplify the recommendation and to say either used to be there the sound and reasonable as regards to the fiscal position all you should be as expensive as possible but it's not like to simplify over simplified accommodation follow follow number of countries like Germany and the Netherlands as examples A. V. I. D. that there should be much much sure I would say I aggressive utilization of physical space is absolutely right and goes without saying in my opinion all those it's not the same and I give the date on the United States of America thank you bye my understanding because at the risk of position he's not signaling a lot of the school space in the U. S. packaged in life you don't call this sun focus on Europe a at an area that you have to have a C. as the C. B. president since two thousand three that was the last time that we have a multi policy review at the C. B. Christine account is now undertaking that tell us what you think needs to be done well I think she's right to to look at it exactly like the fed to look today in the visitation pagan skin continues even not misled is so we we have a number of issues that that state a week we tell the judgment that you are I would say making on non conventional measures that have been sold as heavy as polite as by the older central banks in the world is it something that you would consider permanent and structural or is it something which was greedy and victory waiting for her as the economies of the advanced the country's going back to normal then says error you have also will be a way how do you run your division of price stability United States paid to look at he is a certain angle and concluding provisionally to my knowledge we don't change the differential price stability two percent but we are we will be more symmetric he know utilizing this decent definition of price stability so is it the same questions to might be us in Europe now you want understanding is that the most important one is certainly the definition of positivity and how do you run that and I would personally a I would take positionally concluded that the change of the figure would not be appropriate personality at the time that he was called Mike said to go up to four percent instead of two percent I don't think it was a it would have been a good idea to day to day strange I you don't styles the idea that you will percent or one percent would be better it seems to me that we should not forget that the central banks are there to anchor medium and long term expectation and that being said it's clear to me that to this running of monetary policy with these definitions should be symmetric of course and I am Luigi Tatian on that but again I don't want to anticipate on the medication of the governing council that was John Claude Trichet former ECB president coming up Ryanair CEO Michael o'leary your fears you take care of business and don't hold back taking care of your health shouldn't be any different.
"trichet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What a joy, Mr Trichet. You want me to? Yes. I do I love there is his discussion of data dependence. That's where the debate for next year and the year following the NFL. It was really interesting that he started to think about the prospect that maybe Europe just can't get away from zero percent interest rates will the cycle long last. Enough in the eurozone the can get away from negative forty basis points and somewhere into positive territory came to the defense, also Mr. Clarita in the fancy PHD's. I mean yesterday, Mr Powell was speaking as a businessman in Martin Feldstein, a fancy PHD was asking questions, Mr Trichet defended the Feldstein what did he say? Could you said we need them? He says they're good. And this anti intellectual thing he was really quite forceful about the Deutsche Bank. What are your thoughts? Come on Panama papers was like five years ago. The worry is that this is another distraction. Exactly John cryan overtaken by vents. He faced an existential and the exponential race was was a big fine. And he couldn't focus on strategy in the early part of his tenure there. The warriors. Of course, the saving faces the same problem or move fast enough. These burcin slow things down the same issues that people have with Kreider the styling to have with saving and he's just got to the Bank. Mr later. Of HSBC's load, the boat that was six hundred points ago. East? He's looking for twenty percent upside of the last year so got about one percent of the upside yesterday, Tom. Yeah. So we think Ben later for his thoughts, and of course, many others any equity markets, you mentioned the data chick. John two point nine nine percent on the ten year yield forty nine dollars a barrel. Just prefer beginners his colleague Steve major, Gary schilling. They look like geniuses low you, wow. Where were we late summer three and a quarter percent model three half within the question to ask is whether we've now sitting behind a ten year cycle. Yeah. You'd high get a. Three twenty five whether that was it. I think you, and I have a real conversation about the content of that speech. I've heard so much so much from people sang that Powell blinked that this was a u-turn, and I really disagree with that. And I know that Luke is going to drop bombs going to have a conversation about it. Yeah. I haven't read all that stuff. I was distracted with a a football. But. I I don't agree with the people saying he blinked or that. He did you term that Mr. Trump is going to give them a tweet that says. Yeah, I thought it was a very measured speech. And I thought the I actually spoke to professor felt site afterwards. Because I was on stage in. Yeah. Yeah. Thanks, thanks. You know in a room is so big John Tucker, you end up watching the speech on. Tom's. Let me do this worldwide in particularly for one. Oh, six one FM Boston. John Farrell headline just today under the Dunkin donuts side. Walks away was e how many blocks. Is a half a block. Between you and is I was sitting with my people from Wall Street, you're worthy audience. You were up there with your people you probably behind Jay Powell, you probably a better about those events. The start with or they put out the appetite. Before the speech speech starts and everyone's clanking around with folks on that. They don't do that. Hera.
"trichet" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The collection now kohl's jc penney in amazon the flex collection from the in houston you're welcome on saturday the president advocated the death penalty for drug dealers here in our country to the phones we go really caused creates ala in new jersey welcome the wbc out hi how high crime car thanks for having me love that love that what do you think el well i so i've heard the common and i think you know trump typically uh does caused some controversy because the overgeneralized isn't people i think miss the point a little bit i when i heard of statements would i took it to me not that he wants to follow exactly like singapore and that death penalty to all drug dealers uh who but he the comment that he made about thirty five thousand people die and uh you don't get the death penalty or you don't get life imprisonment like people who kill somebody i i do think what saying is as if it can be determined legally that the point of sale uh of of a particular opiate or were any type of drug was directly related to the death of somebody or that's of people that those people should have tougher criminal penalties such as life imprisonment or even maybe faced the death battle and by the way i i say bravo that we need to get tougher on drug dealers because i think they've been given a bit of a free pass i i've been down by way i'll on that one of the scariest the my life uh i was at msnbc at the time and i was covering the border and i was with sigi gonzalez who is the local sheriff down there and you could see the drug doses gotta come in and and in an and right there on that bore with texas a mexico i have been at that border and that voters like a little flimsy little fence and our guys are out mandaue gunned and if our law forcement is out manned and outgunned which they self admittedly our i've been there they tell me that and da guys those guys tell me time and time again that they wish they had more support and more bodies maybe we need to get tougher on the enforcement n and that will make a difference loyalty trichet because uh the.
"trichet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That had it made the boss feel well we're not so sure i mean if you believe in voodoo they say this is about some symbolism k mahathir who mayo works can tread carefully and also don't actually took a needle in your physical boss but the quality of work went up and their resentful nece went down and by resentful an assignment resentment i don't think it in the research trichet quote as weird as it sounds we found a simple and harmless symbolic act of retaliation can make people feel like they're getting even and restoring their sense of fairness now i think that this is all rooted in negatively in the opposite of anything that i stand for as the be positively patterson but an interesting study nonetheless and by the way if you're worried about casually dabbling in the dark arts of voodoo dolls they say other things can work to donna howling throwing darts at a picture of your bosses face on a dartboard he really think that works let's give it a shot mackay you draw the picture of her what about you soft tip darts a we throw the matter i like that idea better i told you saw a kid wants to get a dart a needle tip dark in his neck he's fine devon cox went to school with them we had a funfair fourth fifth and sixth grade lazaga out and party this kid walks haphazardly in front of the dark toss you know the balloon artas oh sure yeah oh hi devon devon you have a dark in your knack catholic health blow dark hater third insiders mistake daughter any walked off her robbery they say he keep that in his hegarty level we are doctors to preserve yes dr frankenstein who are wild but in gene by the way catch the how do you feel about this study would that increase your level of work out there was a punching bag and you could punch it of maybe it's terrible i like the punchingbag idea that's better i mean she's sticking a little needle in something into a little pin cushion that looks like my boss no made to coworker that you know like yeah even better you know yeah doesn't have to be the boss all right i liked the punching bag ideologist paint their face on it a city that at the gym is to think.
"trichet" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The providence journal the department of justice's asset forefeiture and money laundering section runs a quote equitable sharing program that provides money one illegal settlements and forfeitures to state and local law enforcement agencies the rhode island taskforce part of a larger food and drug administration office of criminal investigations program uh is headed by jason simonian especially jin officers are borrowed from local police departments to investigate companies and people that quote endanger the public's health according to a flyer shared by the providence journal by soandso okay that's the national office of the fda so here's what happened north providence in east providence each have committed to special agents to the task force the local departments pay their salaries in about eighty thousand dollars each a year according to payroll documents in exchange are offered money one during forfeitures this is how the fed share with local police departments uh breaking it down i wanted hit google paired is in two thousand and twelve when the google settlement was announced each department was required to submit a plan detailing how the money would be spent before they were awarded a specific sum the money can only be used the put representive trichet morgan said to us on wpro yesterday i'd like to get what's left of the google settlement money and put it toward securing the schools beefing up school security but neing them up so according to the journal article the money can only be used for law enforcement purposes such as purchase of equipment training building upgrades or vehicles and not to.
"trichet" Discussed on V103
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"trichet" Discussed on /Film Daily
"It stand up for two reasons one it's very it's a very strange to watch remarry eating the tire pie and apparently she had never eaten up high before which is also very weird i guess she comes from a very wealthy family maybe they don't eat pies in in wealthy families but so that with on one opal is very strange bernard oval there's also this lake under current of sadness to the scene because it set right trichet comes back from the funeral of her husband who is played by casey affleck who've spans pretty much the entire film covered any sheet as it goes and you know she you know she's depressed in she said and you know the only thing in her house has this pie that someone brought over and it's sort of like an attempt at at comfort food where she is you know she's wants to feel something other than sadness as she forces herself to eat this entire pie and it backfires because she ends a running to the bathroom and throwing it all up so all level it's a very using seen to watch her eating entire by but it's also you know it's sad that you know no matter how hard he tries that she can't really get rid of that sadness in a with even with binge eating i can only imagine someone sitting out there that hasn't seen this movie in is listening to this is thinking this movie sound so weird and that's actually weirder then a guy you get the impression right now but let's move on from that to a moment from one of this year's most criticallyacclaimed films each t tell us about it.
"trichet" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A ball in the process of picking a our having just kicked ivanka and then attest their memory english modeling wolves were better than indonesian monolingual at remembering information about time that is when the ball was kicked but then when you look at violin goes indonesianenglish bilingual stay sacked shift sale indonesianenglish beilin goals are better than monolingual indonesian speakers at remembering when something happened and they also star to value that information more when deciding what's more similar there's some debate over the reliability and significance of the sort of lad finding take the example of color right so language has divided the kind of spectrum different lean you can show so that people who speak a language that makes a distinction for example trichet lightblue and dark blue through a russian dads they are faster at distinguishing shades of bluefin fallen opposite sides of the clear boundary but you know they're faster by a few hundred milliseconds sale for theories of for it's a big deal for practical purposes it's not a big deal and again the socalled bilingual advantage isn't a slam dunk empirical fact there is however some compelling evidence suggesting that bilingualism may delay the onset of alzheimer's and dementia very often people ask me because they people have heard our by lagos have increased cognitive control and they can do a little bit better on their skansen card sorting task which is like a task of switching ability should i learn and other language so i can get these benefits and add to me that always sounds like you know should i climb mount everest that i can turn my calves are certainly you're cavs will get more toned at try not ever as but he also we'll have climbed mount everest which will have a tremendous other benefits and hardships along the way.
"trichet" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR
"I really wanna find out book on animal it is dissenting curiosity juicer leave us alone go talk on the radio i'm intrigued by means were betrayed by the loud noise thing that's very edge trichet look at people saying that a definitely works there were a number of them that concurred preston f a speaking of a exterminators i do have a real quick i have a gigantic gorillas gorilla a beehive at my front and tree and my front yard yes i am i some was all concerned about it i said a shootout at while they're going to do well hogan with the state gear big but cover yourself and honey for he he noticed it because he got a football stuck in the tree and then he got a soccer ball stuck in the tree trying to get the football and then that's when he noticed it and then i got both balls out um but i i saw and i told him to i wouldn't go anywhere near that you know i am known it's all almost winter right let it get colder have you not heard the bizarre filed before i'd listen every day okay big fan don't get up in ethic dude call somebody yet well i didn't go no i was throwing a baseball up to get allow anyway agitate billy agitate them agitate i a really good aim i came nowhere near the the which a question my my question is will they move out at a certain point like it comes they're gone right crawl up and stick your hand in there and look it went winwin outcomes and they are either dormant or have moved out get rid of the next because they may inhabited next year okay all right fared of interesting are nick let us know how that works out for your we got to take a quick break come back to the moment of live on plots to date we've actually set up an apparatus of the studio yes to go with the top that they want to discuss with us your watch that and we get the violation of course bird is the word that is coming up a little bit you'll be.
"trichet" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It from jim kim this morning so deal beyond perhaps supporting village health works what would you recommend to the folks in the audience that they should do at were thank you i think it's important when it comes in was too tote chided took trust tools thriving what are the risk factors i think it's important to know what the root causes of these programs are well income for example today we're here if the numbers that are correct two hundred million children who are unable to to achieve their potential for foment potential because of lack of food do we have the people here who really are into figuring out what nutritious food in the mets are core intimate trichet for security because of lack of education too we have experts here in early childhood education if fiction diseases one no fu most unforgiving and the horror horrible disease hysteria which has to do with unclean water a lack of misinterpretation the extra fix brain development of a child in when when you look at the numbers analysts egide in a third or the country is exposed to these their real disease in the imagine what it does to the brain and knowing what are you know now so how many people here are investing in making sure that him money to his access to clean water focus on that if you if you you is you postion mcdonnell mental health a lot of mothers are worried that what.
"trichet" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"Kind of topic that it's that is very difficult to kind of because there's so many different countries and there's so many different ways to play it and there's so many different acid classes so it ends up being a very very very diverse set of vino of of problem set yeah there's certainly a lot of moving parts to it would gpa able to maybe walk us through uh whether it's race in oil a tried you talk a little wall buck luck a macro tried whether it worked out or not but it would just be interesting to hear caught a how you went through it like how you first developed a agassi call it a same or case and then how you actually executed that tried how you managed it through to unite from a dare to execution to then taking the trade off at the end of maine a you able to walk us through an example yes so one when not a perfect example i think are a great example is the european situation um when when the us went into their quantitative easing they were ahead of everybody else because the kind of the problems with the great financial crash emanated out of the us so they were the first to do will the quantitive easing and they and they stayed at a way longer than everyone else um the europe uh tried to pull their you know the they've tried to pull up on the gas in and they actually put the breakdown um you know he had the previous guy camrys trichet raised rates at two times after the to the greek financial crisis and ultimately caused the european crisis of two thousand eleven and and and and and basically kind of made the.
"trichet" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"I mean that's a good question multiple levels of the first basic is we actually don't measure clutch metro sort of cholesterol packaging and we know that depending upon the package whether it's higher low that confers risk so for example your total collateral management measures all those packages your triglycerides or form of very spacey served fat in the bloodstream and that confers wrist depending upon the circumstances your good cholesterol hdl stands for heightened see lycra protein and that's a certain type of packaging and in general the higher than normal were hdl the better it is and in general for a man should be about thirty five forty for women fortyeight 45 but if it's about sixty that's really good and then there's recalled excuse me the ldl and that since for low tension approaching that's trichet thought of the bad cholesterol so there's a couple caveats amid i think this you get it measured we look at the levels we also know that even if your numbers are high if you're young if you're thirty the it's probably going to be a while before you have something potentially bad happened to you so you have time to do those non medicine things first and so the weather a picture mine is on cluster lowering medicines or not if they have high cholestoral i feel that they have responsibility to what they can to reasonably lower their diet the active minutes and that can that helps because you can take your a huge dose of medication but if you're eating lots of his saturated fat that's going to be a bad thing saturated fat yes at things like olive oil for example coconut oil militant graf i think in general yes more it's also a balance of mean i have.
"trichet" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Trichet were so dominant the kevin durant told me he wants to play for them lecture so katie responded by just staring at him blankly and things got awkward things have funny on than an internet who is pretty good joke paid manning didn't save it just for the the ones who could take it the ones who have won he dug down the at those who kiraly fight back the new york knicks these are all your strokes and these folks they berg news absolutely make research check this shop i four seniors couldn't believe how this fall show it is measure square garden who grew up in what jio terrible your next to ask for a former legend out of the building practical like a crazy person a whole thing with charles oakley pharrell jackson are the most embarrassing happart in new york sports and includes the time saying shares ranch for staying up his teammates amos so that's my paid men and get to be pretty funny pretty good delivery but we're making but fumbled jokes in 2017 we gotta move on our mark sanchez has been on a four teams since the bud fumble an iconic moment though it was speaking of iconic moments as you will does your and first and last on.
"trichet" Discussed on USA Today
"It's a one is just knowledge and understanding of the opportunities the vast majority of people filing for social security are not aware that these types of strategies exist worth there's significant opportunities for them to increase their lights on benaissa's susan educational aspect of this just making people aware of these opportunities and the potential magnitude of uh these kinds of strategies in terms of the standard of living with you a little fort in retirement that's one the second one is more with behavioral issue which is that people are uh that's a biased towards this idea that they want to clean early uh there are a variety of reasons for that one is concerns about social security whether it will be there levels they will be able to count on in the future whether they're going to change the law cetera uh there's a use kind of a probaly notion of ice heat into this system for many years someone they tried can what's on line and what if i don't move speedily long i want to make sure that i have the opportunity to collect as much as possible so you're when you're talking about these strategies you're in some sense of pushing against a bias that people will have to just go ahead and claim when they turned sixty two in become eligible uh the reason go through this really we're talking about this is the opportunity to do much better than a claiming earlier the sixty two strategy a high are so great that he would be very foolish for security married couples to pursue that strategy unless you knew that you were uh chronically ill with an illicit was kinda dramatically short lifespan almost all married couples should be considering these kinds of conferral strategy particularly for higher or it's really really foolish for the higher hundred people taking their their benefit early and the reason is trichet environment the government is offering sixty percent guarantee three rates with occurrence centrally on on your investment south i truly planning place since a really really good deals right now uh and so giving over those the hebrew all kinds of issues and helping people understand the opportunity here the fact that the the laws of the very very unlikely could change for retirees uh who leave their taking.
"trichet" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Show what does sad warning for alone show saturday morning for folks countries battle to gather certainly girls relations about as rain ends train crime trichet courageous man steve scalise he member of house leadership there were shot and badly wounded anytime he had this you see the worst of humanity which you also see the shooter has guy a man who went to the congressional republicans face wall branches could about 709 on this morning the officer that i saw was shooting over the hood of eight like suv financial walk and gentleman was shooting from behind this wooden structure with a forty seven we are all horrified by destroyed full attack on our friends in our colleagues and those who serve and protect protectionist capital we are all praying for those who were attacked and for their families steve scalise zachary bar met mike special agent david bailey special agent crystal griner we are all giving our thoughts to those currently being treated for their injuries at this moment and we are united we are united in our shock we are united our anguish in attack on one of us is an attack on all of us.
"trichet" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"I am a want something when i need to talk it out with you all i hear net leaving person at cg through that his nike hat he is the promoter and he threw a night at this bar here we told you told you at last week's way went he had a bunch of people there people we didn't know people newsham is france england see next to his friends boyfriend in his friends boyfriend starts telling me about something he has that now i want what i need you to okay what mark was that a pig it is not a pay does it an is the living thing it is adding thing i run it by trichet siro against the light south they did a succulent it is not a succulent up over reptile march would you please keep that beautiful voice tiers of just one moment longer and i'm gonna open up the gates or jumble of so he starts telling us in the house i'm like i want that no i need that no really i used to be scared of it oh of us i now i want it oh nice be scared of cats it's not a cat but then i had a dream about a cat who had hold my face and tell me the truth for that i wanted a cat not joking joke he's not joe i found the cabinet shelter i would hope it was a great cabinet would hold my face and it would say like you need to eat healthier your growing up.