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Watch Live: After 6 weeks, jury hears closing arguments in Depp-Heard trial

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 hrs ago

Watch Live: After 6 weeks, jury hears closing arguments in Depp-Heard trial

"The jury near Washington D.C. is expected to hear closing arguments today in the high profile libel case filed by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard for time it seemed it would never end but now we are close to a conclusion of the libel trial that pits the Pirates of the Caribbean star against his ex-wife and fellow actor Amber Heard after 6 weeks of conflicting testimony about the actors and their claims each side now gets two hours to sum up their case after that the jury gets its instructions from the trial judge and then finally gets the case The trial has gone on for 6 weeks and with broadcast cameras in the courtroom the case is given fans a chance to attend a celebrity trial without making the trip to suburban Washington D.C. and it has given those willing to make the trip the chance to see the proceedings in person in

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What to Expect From the Sussman Trial With Kash Patel

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 7 hrs ago

What to Expect From the Sussman Trial With Kash Patel

"What are the next steps then? So this trial is going to wrap up. There is a period of time between the conviction and then the sentencing, right? Kind of decision of the jury, and then the sentencing, what can we expect next out of John Durham? What are the targets you think he's going to indict next? And has there been anything in this trial that has really surprised you? Yeah, so next, will the sentencing will be a couple of months away if and when I believe sussman's convicted in the next day or two. After that, we have to remind the audience. He already has another indictment in place in the trial set for this fall of the source to steal, and he also has a multiple count indictment for lying to the FBI at ton of times. And for making up all that Christopher Steele information. So he's got that in the pipeline public already. What I think is next is the joint joint venture conspiracy as John Durham has called it in the federal pleadings in the sussman indenting case that he has multiple other targets. And he has said Rodney joffe, the tech executive that was paid millions of dollars to drum up this false alphabet narrative while they were also drumming up their steel stuff. He has said publicly. He John Durham like Rodney joffe is a target of my ongoing investigation. He has also said in his pleading, these other people in the joint venture conspiracy, all that is, is legalese for a bunch of people have to get together to do this. The FBI, the Clinton campaign, fusion GPS, and these guys like Rodney joffe. And the Jake sullivans of the world. They're all mentioned by title in these pleadings. And they're all under his investigation. So that's why I think he's going to get a couple of FBI agents, and he should get Andy mccabe, who orchestrated this entire thing. And Peter strzok, hopefully, as well, along with fusion GPS and this tech guy Rodney joffe. And if he does all that, that's pretty good work.

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NRA says it is "committed to making schools secure" and Texas convention will still go on

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 hrs ago

NRA says it is "committed to making schools secure" and Texas convention will still go on

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the NRA stages its big show in Texas days after the ivaldi school massacre Three days after the deadly school shooting in ivaldi Texas the National Rifle Association opens its annual convention in Houston today Former president Donald Trump is scheduled to be the headline speaker but other speakers and performers including two Texas lawmakers and American pie singer Don McLean have backed out with emotions running high after the killings of 19 children and two teachers in uvalde and less than two weeks after the deadly buffalo supermarket attack in which ten black people were killed chief Troy finner says Houston police already

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McDavid, Oilers eliminate Flames in OT, on to West finals

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 hrs ago

McDavid, Oilers eliminate Flames in OT, on to West finals

"Connor McDavid and Leon draisaitl have carried the oilers to a 5 four overtime victory against the flames and a birth in the Western Conference Finals McDavid provided the series clincher at 5 O three of the extra session taking a pass from dry subtle for his 7th goal of the postseason Dry Seidel had four assists and finished with 17 points in the series scoring at least three points in all 5 games McDavid and draisaitl each have 26 points in the playoffs so far Zach Hyman had a goal and two assists for the oilers who will head to Denver to face the avalanche I'm Dave

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Catherine Engelbrecht Joins Eric to Discuss TrueTheVote.Org

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 10 hrs ago

Catherine Engelbrecht Joins Eric to Discuss TrueTheVote.Org

"Gentlemen, as promised, I have as my guest for this hour, none other than Catherine, engelbrecht, Catherine welcome. Thanks so much for having me. Okay, in case anybody is not paying any attention or maybe they're communists. They don't know that there's a movie out called 2000 mules. I talk about it all the time because I steal the show with my green pants. That's what I keep saying, but that's not really true. It's a very serious movie. You and your colleague, his name is, I'm slipping. Great colleague. Greg, gosh. The two of you with dinesh d'souza put together an absolutely magnificent case about what unfortunately looks to anybody paying attention like a stolen election. So you make that case, I want to ask you some questions about it because I know there are people that maybe they're skeptical. I think if you see the movie, it's hard to be skeptical, but tell me and my audience, Catherine, how did you come to this information? Tell us about true the vote. How did this whole process start where you believed that it was provable that we could show what happened? Well, treat about started in 2010. And over these many years, we've seen the continuation of process. And so, you know, you begin to see the warning signs. You begin to know that your head that the process is headed in a direction that soon enough was going to be irretrievable.

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Hader 37th straight scoreless appearance, Brews beat Cards

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 11 hrs ago

Hader 37th straight scoreless appearance, Brews beat Cards

"Eric Lauer gives up two runs in 5 innings to pick up the victory in the brewer's four to three win over the Cardinals in the first game of a four game series that left the issues four walks and strikes out one while improving his record of 5 in one Josh hader picks up save number 16 Luis urias hits his fourth Homer of the season for Milwaukee as they win their third straight the ino central division leaders also get RBIs from Tyrone Taylor Christian Yelich and Andrew McCutchen Adam Wainwright takes the loss he falls to 5 and four Paul Goldschmidt homers and extensive city street to 17 for the red birds Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Hurricanes win Game 5, push Rangers to brink of elimination

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 12 hrs ago

Hurricanes win Game 5, push Rangers to brink of elimination

"The hurricane zone of three two lead in their second round series following a three one victory over the rangers The Keynes won with special teams as Vince and trocheck scored a shorthanded goal and te V Tara vine and added a rare power play goal for Carolina which has struggled with a man advantage this postseason It's big for us specialty and for big this time of year And that would just kind of talk about your last game I'm just reset and start over Andre swear also scored Beating Igor shishkin with a back hander on a breakaway midway through the third period The hurricanes outshot the rangers 34 17 It starts and stopped 31 shots for the rangers Who host game 6 on Saturday I'm Dave

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Cortes leads Yanks over Rays 7-2 in 1st game between rivals

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 12 hrs ago

Cortes leads Yanks over Rays 7-2 in 1st game between rivals

"The Yankees beat the rays 72 in their first of 19 meetings this season The acts were hitless as well as scoreless for the first 5 innings against race order Ryan yarbrough but then broke through in the 6th for three runs and two hits RBI singles by Aaron judge and Miguel and dohara That was plenty of support for Nestor Cortez who shut out the race for the first 8 innings Ultimately yielding just one run on four hits So like I found this on real wealth made him hit the ball Didn't have enough strikeouts today but I went deep and that's part of the plan Cortez raised his record to four and one and lowered his ERA to 1.70 The Yankees now leave the raised by 5 and a half games in the AL east Tom New

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Former Police Officer Suggests Armed SROs in Schools

The Officer Tatum Show

02:15 min | 13 hrs ago

Former Police Officer Suggests Armed SROs in Schools

"Give us our help me give Tom a warm welcome to the ocelot show. How are you doing, Tom? How you doing? I'm doing well. I'm very interested to hear your take on all of this stuff, man. You're a law enforcement experience. I had 7 years on the police department and you've had several decades on the police department. What's your take on this shooting? What do you think this means for Democrats and the left and what tactical things do you believe could have been done differently based on the information that you have? Well, I did a Fox show today and I got 20 irritated because right away they're asking me about New York Times and their story about the officers moved fast enough. They were outside too long. I'm sick and tired of people that want a second gas police officers when they're in middle of a tragedy like this. Look, how many how many people in The New York Times have been pushed out? But going through the hip and running too fire, running the gunfire, and I run away from that run towards it. So here's what I think. First of all, we talk about schools. I've said this for the last three months. The schools need to be hard. Look, we got armed officers protecting our banks, protecting our money. We got armed officers protecting politicians. We had armed officers that shopping malls and movie theaters. I don't think that we got the greatest trench on earth. You got a lot of retired police officers. They're mandatory. Many departments like the feds were mandatory 57. I see a lot of retired friendly agents. I would love to keep doing something, but the rules prevent it. We allow the target military to serve their community still. So I think there's enough retired police retired military that would be glad to act as an school resource officer. And that does a lot of things. Number one, you know, a lot of high schools have much I think it's time for elementary schools have and I think the parents would feel safer being their kids off to school. I think the kids would be safe. And I also think it will help rebuild the relationships between the community and the police departments at the left, the progressives have destroyed in the last several years. I call them for defunding the police because what happened Ferguson, because you got one to two bad cops, they want to call the whole institution

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Biden Says, the Second Amendment Isn't Absolute

The Officer Tatum Show

01:06 min | 13 hrs ago

Biden Says, the Second Amendment Isn't Absolute

"Another disappointing day in the history of this country. And the reason why I say that this day is disappointing because you see Democrats and Republicans conservatives and liberals alike showing a clear display of stupidity and using all of the resources, mental faculties that they have to point the finger at something that is an illusion in my opinion. The Democrats want gun control, want gun laws, out the wazoo, and they never made sense. They know they don't make sense. Joe Biden is saying that the Second Amendment is not a fixed thing. That the Second Amendment is not absolute. And he could not be more wrong, they are attempting to make this 100% about politics. The Senate or at least the Congress want to take a vote on gun laws, knowing that it's not going to get anywhere because they want politicians to be on the record. For the midterms,

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Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 15 hrs ago

Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel

"Within days representative Rashida Tlaib and this hasn't gotten any attention except again from the free Beacon She spoke at a rally this month Reports chuck Ross and Adam credo With a pro Hamas newspaper publisher who urged Palestinians to attack Israel In other words the Jews That's what they mean Now this is 2022 2022 and this is spreading ladies and gentlemen This is stuff is spreading The culture rot is spreading Talib shared the stage with Osama The publisher the Dearborn based Arab American news At the second annual metro Detroit march for Jerusalem Palestine on May 15 Whose newspaper co sponsored the event urged Arabs and Michigan and elsewhere to quote fight within their means Against Israel whether it be with stones or guns or their hands

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Kevin Spacey facing charges of sexual assault in U.K.

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 15 hrs ago

Kevin Spacey facing charges of sexual assault in U.K.

"Legal pressure is increasing on Kevin Spacey as he faces sexual assault charges on two continents It was a case of world colliding for Kevin Spacey the day found him in court in New York City testifying in a case in which accuser Anthony rapp says that he sexually assaulted him at a party in the 1980s at the time Spacey denies it meanwhile across the Atlantic authorities in Britain were announcing that they were giving police authorization to charge the House of Cards start with four counts of sexual assault against three men police say he will be charged later and authorities say if he doesn't show up on his own they could seek to extradite him asked about the UK charges neither Spacey nor his attorneys responded to reporters questions in New York

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Will 2024 Be a Walk in the Park for Donald Trump?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 17 hrs ago

Will 2024 Be a Walk in the Park for Donald Trump?

"Left? Is it going to be a walk in the park for you in 2024? Because they seem to be doubling down and getting everything wrong in the last 16 months. Well, the very vicious and they fight very much harder than we had, we had Bill Barr. He didn't want to be impeached, so how do you not get impeached? Don't do anything. And you know, when somebody like that says that, oh, no, the election was just fine. And then you watched 2000 mules, or you watch many other things, too. Well, you just look at the proof. Look at Arizona. Look what happened with the audit. Look even the attorney general who is very weak, very weak in Arizona because he showed this massive fraud that was presented to him by the Senate and others. He showed this massive fraud and irregularities. And then he goes, we can't let it happen again. Well, what about taking care of the stuff that happened? Not just saying we can't let it happen again. So he's gone way down in the polls now because of that people are very unhappy about it. But if you look at Georgia, if you look at Pennsylvania where there are subpoenas all over the place, if you look at Wisconsin with the nursing homes where almost everybody voted, but historically very few people vote in nursing homes because they have other problems, frankly. But you look at what happened in Wisconsin with the nursing homes and other things. It's an take a look at Racine Wisconsin. The sheriff, there's a real patriot. Take a look at Racine Wisconsin, where the sheriff went out. He went to see if it was true. And he said, it's far worse than I ever anticipated. Not better, but far worse. No, we have corrupt elections that we have open borders. You know, nobody would have thought this. I always said, you need strong borders to have a country. Well, we have the worst part is we had the best borders in the history of our country two years ago. Now we have the worst borders in the history. And the other thing we have is corrupt elections.

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Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 17 hrs ago

Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill

"To the back to back mass shootings in Buffalo and uvalde Texas failed in the Senate Republicans blocked a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on hate crimes and gun safety Majority leader Chuck Schumer says he'll give bipartisan negotiators in the Senate about two weeks while Congress is away for a break to try to forge a compromise Texas Republican John cornyn says this must make a difference One thing we should not do is try to pass something that will have absolutely no impact on incidents like this just to score political points or make ourselves feel good Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy is optimistic I am hopeful there is growing momentum but I have had

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Inaction in Uvalde: Did the Police Fail the 19 Children?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 18 hrs ago

Inaction in Uvalde: Did the Police Fail the 19 Children?

"What has happening in uvalde Texas. Now, these reports as they come out, they are usually inaccurate. The rule of kind of breaking news is that it's more likely to be wrong early than right early. But as the as time goes on, usually accuracy starts to improve. So there is a new report out that is shocking and it starts to make sense as to how this evil individual was able to kill so many people and why a border tactical person had to intervene. Now before going further, I want to say police officers are heroes. They're wonderful. But like any profession, there are cowards, and there are bad police officers, bad teachers, there's bad everything. We've said this all along. We do not indict an entire profession. However, there is a theme that seems to happen whenever things start to get very chaotic and very consequential, whether it be Columbine or Parkland, there is a theme of the bystander syndrome. Now you can learn a lot about somebody when shots started to get firing with shots were firing. When the adrenaline starts to pump, unfortunately, a vast majority of people stand and do nothing. It is the rare and the courageous person that springs into action and defends the innocent. A new report is so beyond shocking it will take your breath away. Texas shooter barricaded himself for 40 minutes as police waited. The shooter had killed 19 children and two teachers at rob elementary school meeting from breitbart dot com and Yuval day Texas on Tuesday reportedly barricaded himself inside as police waited outside. For 40 minutes.

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WHO: COVID-19 cases mostly drop, except for the Americas

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 20 hrs ago

WHO: COVID-19 cases mostly drop, except for the Americas

"The World Health Organization says the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths continue to fall globally even as new variants emerge that may evade immunity from vaccines and prior infection I'm Ben Thomas with the look The UN health agency says there were more than 3.7 million new COVID-19 infections around the world last week and 9000 deaths from the virus But those represented drops 3% and 11% respectively New COVID-19 cases rose in only two regions the Americas and the western Pacific COVID-19 deaths increased by 30% in the Middle East but were stable or decreased everywhere else China meanwhile is vowing to stick to a zero COVID policy despite the WHO's description of that policy that's unsustainable Given the infectious nature of omicron and its sub variants I'm Ben Thomas

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Dominant coronavirus mutant contains ghost of pandemic past

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 20 hrs ago

Dominant coronavirus mutant contains ghost of pandemic past

"The dominant coronavirus mutant is similar to previous mutants It's known as BA two 12 one and is responsible for 58% of virus cases in the U.S. last week It's a member of the omicron family but scientists say it spreads faster than omicron predecessors and can escape immunity and possibly might cause more serious disease It also contains properties of the delta variant This genetic change is bad news for people who caught the original omicron and thought they might be unlikely to get it again soon Lab data suggest a prior infection with the original omicron is not very protective against reinfection with The New Mutants but research also shows those who got sick from the delta variant may be better protected from The New Mutants I'm Ed

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Trump loses appeal, must testify in New York civil probe

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 21 hrs ago

Trump loses appeal, must testify in New York civil probe

"A state appeals court has ruled former president Donald Trump must answer questions under oath in New York State's civil investigation into his business practices I'm Ben Thomas with details The four judge panel upheld a lower court ruling enforcing subpoenas for Trump and his two eldest children to give testimony in New York attorney general letitia James probe The former president's lawyers had argued that ordering the trumps to testify violated their constitutional rights because their answers could be used in a parallel criminal investigation The Manhattan district attorney's office has charged the Trump organization and its longtime financial chief Alan weisselberg with tax fraud alleging he collected more than $1.7 million in off the books compensation Weisselberg and the company have pleaded not guilty The ruling could mean a tough decision for Trump whether to answer questions or stay silent citing his Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination I'm Ben Thomas

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"two g" Discussed on Let Her Explain

Let Her Explain

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"two g" Discussed on Let Her Explain

"We all need to check on the way. And and then if you have like indian and then mary this is everybody. We need to more so than ever promote black love in a black strong family more than ever. Yes now we really do really do let corentin joking or not. Go god because his heart. But you're not jogging are now we need to definitely be uplifting. The black family uplifting are blacks then uplifting mothers. We need to be doing it more than ever. Now we need to just uplift everybody. We need to uplift spouse friend. Fold everybody right now. Yeah right now we right now. We should put differences aside. We we gotta put them aside for bigger calls. We really do. We really really do nancy. This like i said just spread love because we got enough hate and chaos and calamity going on in the rural. We don't need to add to it. We need love imprimis just than peace and joy amongst one another. So let's let's be mindful of how we speak in how we and what we think and be calm. People be loving people. Love me but like i said. Thank you lexie for coming hurricane. Just sit here and talk and ramble all day night. But i'm not gonna hold you guys. Thank you so much for tuning in to let her explain and for letting us explain. Our point of view onto a next time bye bye..

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"two g" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"two g" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning hopefully you're expecting a okay thanks going off any longer with the case in the corner of northeast England not that far from the beach six the longest continually running listening station in the world it's part two G. C. H. Q. government communications headquarters an organization which is shaped history was keeping its own secrets this is the BBC world service on golden Carrera and this is the secret history of G. C. H. Q. Bletchley Park may be the intelligence agencies most famous home but I'm going to be visiting some of the less well known sites and talking to people who worked on the front lines these were people doing painstaking work at times of incredible tension first stops compra listening post which dates back more than a century and also played a role in the most dangerous crisis of the Cold War you're welcome to the site it's about a hundred ninety are called a kiss I mean if you look out to the government created this copper site during the first World War responding to a new technology radio which was revolutionizing communication the mission was to intercept German naval messages flying through the air and to do that geography is key according to Andy whose work to the site and now looks after its history the joker Fuhrman if you look at west caliber is located physically on the map of the UK from there you can take in the north Atlantic you can take in a cross into the onto can you take all the English Channel and pulling down south plus the crossing to European mainland so it is a very scenic route she wants yeah spies of intercepted the post for centuries but the combination of the first World War and the arrival of radio lead to something new the birth of what's called signals intelligence the systematic collecting and decoding of communications and because it proved its worth in nineteen nineteen Britain set up the government code and cypher school which became G. C. H. Q. Tony Kumaris GCHQ's historian for the first time they were actually accessing what seem to the private communications all of enemy armed forces on were producing predictive intelligence about what the enemy was going to do Lloyd George lord Curzon Winston Churchill had all become effectively junkies for intelligence in the nineteen twenties Scarborough shifted to focus on the Soviet Union and one thing became clear with signals intelligence that was a dilemma if you feel to the of the site that you were listening to what they were saying they would change the way they communicated and you would lose your access that meant you had to be careful how you use the intelligence Britain learnt that lesson thanks to some indiscreet politicians early on the government in the early nineteen twenties told parliament about what the Soviet Union was doing by using decrypted Soviet telegrams they did this three times until in nineteen twenty seven the Soviets completely changed the way the anchor to the messages became unreadable.

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"two g" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"two g" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And about this in my deposition I did not raise it and to be honest I was surprised I was asked the question but you heard that that name cash is that right I did but again it was in and passing and I explained the circumstances in which that just came up but I was asked a question in the course of my deposition about and the only person at the time who worked at the National Security Council was cash Patel is that right is the only person I could think of and cash Patel prior to working for the National Security Council from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen work for ranking member Nunez is that right I actually found out after the fox and ms I wondered why I was being asked about him so I went to look this up and doctor hill you cautioned us on the dangers of members of this community that this committee this is special coverage of the impeachment hearings from NPR news if there is that could benefit Russia and I want to ask you if you have heard the name left hardness of Ukraine someone in this investigation who was influencing president trump and Rudy Giuliani about some of the defunct conspiracy theories you referenced earlier I have heard his name yes are you aware that Mr harness was indicted on October ten for making foreign contributions to Republicans and U. S. elections I am more of those reports yes are you aware of yesterday's daily beast story reporting the indicted Ukrainian left harness has been working with the ranking member Devin newness on Mister Nunez is overseas investigations I am not aware of that Mister chairman I ask unanimous consent to put into the record the daily beast story left harness help rep Devin Nunez's investigations from yesterday first two paragraphs reading left harness and indicted associate Rudy Giuliani helped arrange meetings in calls in Europe for rep Devin newness in twenty eighteen harnesses lawyer ed McMahon told the daily beast noon as a Derrick Harvey participated in the meetings the lawyer said which were arranged to help Nunez's investigative work big man didn't specify what those investigations Intel that objection Mister chairman you have been falsely accused throughout these proceedings by the ranking member is being a quote unquote fact witness now if this story is correct the ranking member may have actually been projecting and in fact he have meant he may be the fact witness if he is working with them but I didn't vigils around our investigation but I want to go to what this is really all about first it's your credibility Mister Holmes and can you tell us and confirm that in twenty fourteen you received the William riff can constructive descent award from the Obama administration's state department yes Sir and that was FOR descent but you brought up against an administration policy is that right that's right congratulations and thank you for speaking up and the way that you did what we're really hear about is what you're working on in Ukraine I want to take a look at the picture who do you see in the foreground of that photo presence unless he that's a photograph in may twenty nineteen were newly elected president someone ski visited the Luhansk region in eastern Ukraine it was his first visit to the front lines of dumbass as president can you just tell tax paying Americans why it's so important that our hard earned tax paying dollars help presence Lynskey in the man standing beside him fight against Russia and this hot more absolutely Sir presents a once he was elected an overwhelming majority to defend Ukraine interests that is the time when Ukrainians are defending their sovereignty and territorial integrity on Ukrainian soil from Russian backed soldiers who are attacking them they said fourteen thousand Ukrainian lives lost in this war so far as I mentioned a few this week already at an end this is a hot war this is not a frozen conflict people are shooting each other and dying the injured every single week and despite the on going war they're still trying to pursue peace prisons once even right now is trying to pursue a summit meeting with president Putin in order to try to bring this war to a conclusion so they they can move on with all of the difficult things they need to do in terms of building economy and reforming the judiciary and whatnot I want ads one other thing Sir if I may Mister Turner had suggested earlier that it and somehow embarrassed presents a Lynskey I have the deepest respect for president someone ski this is a guy this is a guy Jewish background from in this post Soviet industrial suburb in southern Ukraine who made himself one most popular trainers in the country and somehow got elected presidents and he's not going to miss that opportunity this is a Ukrainian patriot this is a tough guy and frankly he wasted a lot of pressure for a long time and he didn't give that interview I have IT deepest respect for him Ukrainian people also have the deepest respect for him they've chosen him to help deliver the full measure of promise of their revolution of dignity and I think it merits all our respect thank you Mister chairman I ask unanimous consent to enter the may twenty seven photograph depicted on the screen into the record without objection Mister hurt thank you doctor hill Mr homes for years years of service this will hurt Republican of Texas today throughout this process I have said that I want to learn the facts so we can get to the truth so why are we here because of two things that occurred during the president's July twenty fifth phone call with Ukrainian presence on screen use of the phrase do us a favor though in reference to the twenty sixteen presidential election and the mention of the word right I believe both statements were inappropriate misguided foreign policy and it's certainly not how the executive currents were in the future should handle such a call over the course of these hearings the American people have learned about a series of events that in my view have undermined our national security and undercut Ukraine a key partner on the front lines against Russian aggression we've heard of US officials caring uncoordinated confusing and conflicting messages that created doubt and uncertainty in key at a time when a new reformist administration has just taken office and was ready to fight corruption and work with us with Vance of the U. S. subject this I disagree with this sort of bungling foreign policy through these hearings many of my colleagues have unwittingly undermine the Ukrainian government by suggesting that it is a subservient to the United States and without the United States they wouldn't be able to function the Ukrainians have you stayed in Mr Holmes is in a hot war with Russia and they are holding their own we could benefit from the experience of the Ukrainians not the other way around well I thought intelligence committee would actually be engaging oversight of the intelligence and national security communities unfortunately we are not we hear a talking about one of the most serious constitutional duties we have as members of Congress the impeachment and removal of the present the United States only weeks we've learned a few things the official in July twenty fifth call have many different opinions on whether the car was concerning or not and just because vice president Biden is running for president does not mean that corruption related to Burris line Ukraine's largest natural gas company and Americans ties to it or not concerning this also lot we do not know if not her from Rudy Giuliani we haven't heard from her by then I like to know more about both of their activities why they talked to whom and second despite promises from chairmanship we have also not her from the whistleblower something that can occur in a closed setting without violating his or her anonymity we need to understand the motivations and level of coordination that happened prior to his or her submission of the complaint last few weeks and even today it's been reiterated twenty seventeen the trump administration made the decision to provide lethal defensive aide to Ukraine after the Obama administration refused to do so Ukraine is receiving all the security since since as directed by Congress presence Lynskey has undertaken significant anti corruption efforts including eliminating the parliamentary immunity from prosecution and again Mr homes you mention this today under present silence his leadership we have finally seen some progress this fall with ending the Russian occupation of eastern Ukraine so where does this leave us an impeachable offense should be compelling overwhelmingly clear and unambiguous and it's not something to be rushed or taken lightly I've not heard evidence proving the president committed bribery or extortion I also reject the notion that holding this view means supporting all the foreign policy choices we have been hearing about over these last few weeks price ten Morrison testimony this week every day the national conversation on Ukraine's focus on impeachment not the conflict in the Donbass not illegal occupation Crimea not the need for reforms in Ukraine's government economy is a day where we are not focused on our shared national security interests with Keefe I hope that we won't let this very partisan process keep us from a green on how a free and prosperous Ukraine is important security director training people the United States of America the rest of the world Mister chairman for your back my time let's make a statement for the record that has this committee been given proper notice as required by house rule eleven class two G. three at a business meeting was the final last night's hearing and had Mister Connelly's point of order gonna probably recognize I would have been voted no on the committee's first motion to table during last night's impromptu meeting and I yield back the balance of my time ms Castro thank you chairman thank you both of you for your testimony today I first want to say because I this is what you want Castro democratic the characterization just a few minutes ago by one of my Republican colleagues of this proceeding I think is vile irresponsible and dangerous and I wanted for my I want to mind is why we're here because somebody in government a whistle blower felt it was important enough to get other peoples and governments attention that the president may have committed a wrong act we have now heard and seen substantial evidence that the president in fact try to trade a political favor for official government resources the most damning words come from no one else but the president himself on that phone call with Ukrainian president where he asked for a favor he mentions investigations he mentions the bidens embarrassment however as Mister Holmes is justified Mister Holmes also overheard the president speaking to his hand picked ambassador ambassador sunlit about investigations Mister Holmes is also said that in the office everybody knew were many people knew at least that there was an investor the president wanted investigation of the bites in addition although Mick Mulvaney in Rudy Giuliani have not come before this committee Mick Mulvaney and Rudy Giuliani has spoken publicly on the issue investigations Mick Mulvaney the president's chief of staff the person who usually works for the president the most day in and day out when in front of the White House press corps and basically admitted that investigation had something to do with holding up the eight and that this had admitted to this problem this process was politicized Rudy Giuliani the president's personal lawyer also essentially admitted that these investigations were edition he said that he thinks he did nothing wrong because he was working at the direction of the president so we have seen substantial evidence and heard substantial evidence of wrongdoing by the president added states and this Congress will have to continue to take up this very important issue to the American people my concern today is also I feel as though the cancer wrongdoing may have spread beyond the president and into others of the executive branch and I want to ask you a few questions about that before I do I like chairman to enter two articles in the record if I could what ms headline after boost from Perry backers got huge gas deal in Ukraine.

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"two g" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"two g" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Gee this is your first podcast any feel I feel great okay I'm glad you're here really important topic is really important topic let me in introduce the guests Reneberg Silverman's here Joe Silberman is here jet Silber he's here no relation indigent let me start with you for a second because you get right into the microphone for me the owner of that coming up the Chicago Holocaust museum and this Christmas it's a national Holocaust museum as well talk to me about the event now we get tickets right so this is to benefit the US Holocaust memorial museum in DC our Midwest regional office here in Chicago I was put on this event this will be the tie it to counted up this will be the twenty fourth luncheon that we do here in Chicago this next event is September ninth at the Sheraton downtown and we we would love to have as many people who are listening come check us out you can find more information about the event at U. S. HMM dot org which is our website and this year speaker is noted Holocaust historian and real expert on antisemitism a professor Deborah Lipstadt very much looking for to have internet talk about Dever for second what do we need to know. well Deborah is a professor in Atlanta and she actually was involved with the case of a Holocaust denier in England but her latest book is called anti semitism and it is an excellent excellent analysis of how anti semitism started why it still exists today in the voice that she speaks in in her book is as a professor speaking to a Jewish student on campus as well as a colleague who was not Jewish on campus who are saying to her why is this anti semitism getting worse haven't we involves pass this and so she tries to break down the elements of anti semitism and what people need to be aware of going forward so she's going to be very interesting in person because of course she doesn't divulge all the secrets of the book and she's not too academic right so people can rather at around very easy to understand the book and I'm sure she will be very easy to understand a person so she's a huge draw for the luncheon she'll be very interesting I want to salute you for the work you do every day but getting to this is always a big effort every year right now and it's an important one so people need to support it Joe what's the child of shariah or is that the I want to care of the term right right. two G. top try other survivors Keller survivors describe it. well defined and I guess is what find it well it the definition of it is a if one or both of your parents survived the Holocaust so surviving can come can be anything from surviving the concentration camp being hidden during the war being in a convent being hidden during the war there's lots of different things that that constitute being a survivor for someone who is an offspring of that survivor would be a a second generation Menominee folks that would fit under that category we have active in the movement to educate. there is children of survivors hundreds thousands I mean and and do we know I don't think we know because.

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"two g" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"two g" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All right. all right. if you get a little political this morning under. all right there you go. the area we'll do it again next Monday. everything but gives Gee this is your first podcast any feel I feel great okay I'm glad you're here really important topic is really important topic let me introduce the guests Reneberg Silverman's here Joe Silverman is here jet Silber gets here no relation indigent let me start with you for a second because you get right into the microphone for me the owner of that coming up the Chicago Holocaust museum and this Christmas it's a national Holocaust museum as well talk to me about the event now we get tickets right so this is to benefit the US Holocaust memorial museum in DC our Midwest regional office here in Chicago I was put on this event this will be the I have to count about this will be the twenty fourth luncheon that we do here in Chicago this next event is September ninth at the Sheraton downtown and we we would love to have as many people who are listening come check us out you can find more information about the event at U. S. HMM dot org which is our website and this year speaker is noted Holocaust historian and real expert on antisemitism a professor Deborah Lipstadt very much looking for to have internet talk about Deborah for second what do we need to know. well Deborah is a professor in Atlanta and she actually was involved with the case of a Holocaust denier in England but her latest book is called anti semitism and it is an excellent excellent analysis of how anti semitism started why it still exists today in the voice that she speaks in in her book is as a professor speaking to a Jewish student on campus as well as a colleague who is not Jewish on campus who are saying to her why is this anti semitism getting worse haven't we involves past this and so she tries to break down the elements of anti semitism and what people need to be aware of going forward so she's going to be very interesting in person because of course she doesn't divulge all the secrets of the book and she's not too academic right so people can wrap it around very easy to understand the book and I'm sure she will be very easy to understand a person so she's a huge draw for the luncheon she'll be very interesting I want to salute you for the work you do every day but getting to this is always a big effort every year right now and it's an important one so people need to support it Joe what's the child of shariah or is that the I want to care of the term right. two G. top try other survivors Gellar survivors describe it. well defined and I guess is what find it well it the definition of it is a if one or both of your parents survived the Holocaust so surviving can come can be anything from surviving the concentration camp being hidden during the war being in a convent being hidden during the war there's lots of different things that that constitute being a survivor for someone who is an offspring of that survivor would be a a second generation Menominee folks that would fit under that category we have active in the movement to educate..

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"two g" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"two g" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Today's program in the United States what the labor market is in focus for this holiday shortened week as we get the latest employment figures for August joining me now is willing to lead to a senior U. S. economist for Bloomberg economics and curl RVCA Donna chief US economist for Bloomberg economics Carla me start with you Hey rolls the big story in the coming week absolutely were of very focus that not only on the pace of hiring but really on the income generation out from the labor market and how that's going to sustain consumers in the back half of the year to to this point in the year how we've seen very strong consumer activity in fact the Q. two G. P. results showed consumers at the fastest pace since the end of twenty fourteen the question is is that income creation going to stay there so that consumers will remain a bright spot in the economy as we look into the back half especially as businesses seem to be taking a more conservative approach in later of anxiety over the on going and the ever changing trade that conflict you'll know what could possibly get in the way of income creation well our last time when we receive the payrolls report we saw a significant deceleration in hours worked we did see some acceleration in earnings recently but if we continue to see a slowing in the pace of job creation and our swerved that could be overwhelming in terms of four of roles in the income so I think it's very important to watch all the uncertainty surrounding trade tensions and how it could impact roles in payrolls going forward so we have seen some deceleration in payrolls in certain industries such as construction manufacturing and treat that are directly impacted by this trade straight story so I think if it spills over into a broader into broader economy that could be quite dangerous Carl is income creation where we're going to see the first deterioration or there or are there other signs we should look at well as we look at that metrics of of corporate confidence that we can look to the equity market so we can look to a confidence surveys we knew we can see that there definitely was a more defensive posturing in the first half of this year and the risk is that the trade war seems to only be going in the direction of the intensification of with little bouts of optimism that maybe things will progress more slowly but dad for the most part it only is moving in one direction I it so the risk is if businesses are pulling back on those capital expenditures in the reducing hours thick maybe it's only a matter of time until they actually start reducing head count one of the other areas that investors have been attuned to is fed speak for what we're going to hear it going forward dilemma well I Cinco what we're going to hear from between now and the September FOMC meeting which is happening on September eighteenth is that they are closely watching incoming data why are we all so that's the that's the usual thing but it's really important to watch what is happening to our consumer spending and Amy indicators related to that such as payrolls retail sales all these data we are going to get between now and the September meeting and based on this data I think the fed will decide what to do at the September meeting although it now seems to be pretty clear that they will cut rates at that meeting currently single softening in consumer confidence but it seems that come big consumers just keep on spending absolutely so what it is often we see a little bit of a break between the survey or sentiment data and actual activity data and that seems to be a what may be happening to some degree at the moment and that's why I'll be closely watching Wednesday's motor vehicle sales tallies because if households are are still optimistic about the outlook than they are more inclined to make those types of big ticket purchases like home renovations or route motor vehicle purchases and so way for a vehicle sales are strong but that's a pretty good barometer that that consumers are right at least putting their money where their mouths are and actually still spending a up pretty vigorous pace so that those types of real metrics of activity I think are very telling as to the outlook and you go just one additional point in terms of your what the fed's doing yelling and I have changed or a view on the fed down over the last few weeks at the July meeting we thought that the fed was going to be a stingy as possible with only cut rate said two or three times by year end since then the trade war escalated sentiment has been hurt in the business sector the financial markets are reflecting that a more grim economic outlook owl became an enemy and chairman Powell became an enemy of the state according to what president trump's Twitter account and so in light of that we think that the fed is going to have to act more aggressively cutting by twenty five basis points in September October in December and if it the December meeting the yield curve is still one inverted after that cut then they'll have to extend cuts in two of the first half of next year as well our thanks to Kerr Rika Donna chief US economist for Bloomberg economics annual initiative a senior U. S. economist for Bloomberg economics coming up on Bloomberg daybreak weekend the brakes a drama continues with U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson who to suspend parliament we get the latest from London I'm Bob moon this is.

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"two g" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"two g" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of the geostrategic situation around the globe today so when he gets in according to roll call cook this is president trump arrived they had a one on one lunch city a crown no no ways were around nobody to interpret the just were able to sit there and have a conversation end quote I actually think the summer one pretty well especially compared to the last two G. sevens I think the this time we're very positive very friendly this court of Benjamin had died of the non partisan when the council think tank he talk to both sides quote this is a very successful GSM from a crown in the team and if it goes beyond just the last couple of days recorded always sought to find a balance between being very open to disagree with the president at the same time keeping a good person report with president trump why would the headline be negative towards trump in this role call story when he goes out of the way McCrone when out of his way to make sure the present feel comfortable in the present felt comfortable he liked the microphone was in charge it was his he was hosting guess what he'll be hosting next time it might even be at his own club KT McFarland former deputy national security adviser cutter T. to Ronald Reagan knows all about to provoke diplomacy and knows all about this present cut five it was a terrific success for trump he went into it and the French president wanted to talk about global warming anyone's heart but the Amazon I wanted to talk about banning plastic straws but want to talk about trade and so what is termed due Friday before the G. seven he trash talks China and then a couple days later he makes nice to China's really shouldn't be in this trade war in the first place and any game China the opening they needed to save face so the Chinese immediately said well okay maybe we'll start negotiations again I think properly handle that one quite well so Katie's got a book coming out to call the second revolution she sees the contention she had the problems as you saw everyone's agenda and hatred towards the president now it's come out as strong in Alice's great person meanwhile when it comes to China the president addressed it in things are going down the markets responding positively here's a look at the president at the G. seven press conference getting the same question over and over again to always bilaterals in his general press or cut seven ten wants to make a deal now whether or not we make a deal it's gonna be a great deal for us you know and I told the president she who I really respect I really do I have great respect and I like them to he's a tough guy but I told a very strongly should look deciding appear and you're making five hundred million a year and stealing our intellectual property we down on the floor lower than the floor.

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"two g" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Morning former here GL is not he is out for the beach or something like that long island enjoying his week off you have hit a nerve this morning because you are calling the Mets rotation spectacular and how the Yankees need such starting pitching with this historic a tailspin there on a games and their thirty games over five hundred on the Yankees to play tonight against Arizona you got the rumors and rumblings about the trade deadline Clint Frazier the latest name that's in a report that is surfacing about a potential move will say and the Mets of course sending Jason Vargas to Philadelphia yesterday and we'll see what they do with Wheeler and Syndergaard going forward but I would like to people have at it with you so how about we start with rain Middletown rate go for talk to the bones so boom I'm afraid Yankee fan but I need to talk to metric you said that the Mets are teaching that Sir Tatian in baseball or maybe even the National League that what I said one of the best what it what about the Dodgers well the Dodgers given up eleven and nine were they write you yeah what the Dodgers gives us twenty runs in the last two games so they're on a pace ride down out of the yeah under two G. R. A. and one critical comes back yeah well whatever chills not back yet so let's wait until he gets back right now this morning I I added Marcus Stroman took out Jason Vargas of come on Vargas was the best most consistent guide of scope Lamond strong into better pitcher you know that I know that everybody else knows I would agree with you I would agree with you but Vargas has been very good I'm just telling you that the Dodgers right now I've given up twenty runs in their last two games how can you do me a favor or Mike wannabes check out this computers network and hunt June reuse ERA I know what it is what is it still no one's right yeah okay just confirm that for me please before we keep talking because he had made a bid on an amazing run one point seven four and his Kerr show in the twos or threes if you have it up all right so review isn't one point seven four Kershaw sub three it don't even matter was a pigeon I like Walker Buehler myself on my fantasy team so the caller is right there Bob in Connecticut next with former and Jerry on the fan and CBS sports network hello Bob yeah I Bobby how are yeah cool mobile mobile not yeah what's out there staff we may be the greatest in baseball it's all one user so far yeah well we just we can about yeah what that's what are you talking about I'm talking about the man who you keep saying you have the best pitching CS that'll starting pitching staff now that we added stronger yeah yeah I feel good about when you want when she you win well where I think right now we're in what fourth place yeah yeah you talked about the great history of the Yankees and this is been the biggest losing saying catastrophe how many will surely have you want the defense I'm giving you facts are you're not listening to the facts Bob open your eyes I mean Bobby I'm Bobby your yeah I keep it's more about the whole just.

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"two g" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:12 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Again everyone and now will read another section of the mall report next Wednesday as many of you know special counsel Robert Muller is scheduled to publicly testify to the American people answering questions in the house intelligence and judiciary committees much of the questioning is expected to be about volume two of the report which details evidence of obstruction of justice by president trump mother said he was not able to clear the president of that will carry those hearings live of course when they happen on Wednesday and since very few Americans have read the four hundred forty eight page mother report we are reading as a public service on this program a short section each day between now and next Wednesday from volume two so you know some of the actual text of the report with an emphasis on those sections that pertained to obstruction of justice since they will likely be the most discussed so far on our last two shows we've heard evidence in mothers on words of trump trying through intermediaries to have mother removed or have him the limit is his investigation to topics that don't involve trump or either of those obstruction are they impeachable in this next section beginning on volume two page one oh seven we get more examples of trump trying to pull other people's puppet strings to protect himself from Mahler these have to do with getting Attorney General Jeff sessions to on recuse himself and asking White House counsel don began to lie about whether trump asked him to have mole removed this is a five and a half minute read our very special guest readers today our house and Stewart host of all of it and ten Xena Vega host of the take away ten Cena started off volume two page one hundred and seven in analyzing the president's efforts to have sessions on recuse himself and regain control of the Russia investigation the following considerations and evidence are relevant to the elements of obstruction of justice A. obstructive act to determine if the president's efforts to have the Attorney General on recused could qualify as an obstructive act it would be necessary to assess evidence on whether those actions would naturally in P. the Russia investigation that inquiry would take into account the supervisory role that the Attorney General if on recused would play in the Russia investigation it would also have to take into account that the attorney general's refusal covered other campaign related matters the inquiry would not turn on what Attorney General sessions would actually do if on recused but on whether the efforts to reverse his refusal would naturally have have the effect of impeding the Russia investigation on multiple occasions in twenty seventeen the president spoke with sessions about reversing his refusal so that he could take over the Russia investigation and begin an investigation and prosecution of Hillary Clinton for example in early summer twenty seventeen sessions recalled the president asking him to Henri cues but sessions did not take it as a directive when the president raise the issue again in December twenty seventeen the president said as recorded by Porter quote not telling you to do anything I'm not going to get involved I'm not going to do anything or direct you to do anything I just want to be treated fairly the duration of the president's efforts which spanned from March twenty seventeen to August twenty eighteen and the fact that the president repeatedly criticized sessions in public and in private for failing to tell the president that he would have to recuse is relevant to assessing whether the president's efforts to have sessions on recuse could qualify as obstructive axe B. nexus to an official proceeding as described above by mid June twenty seventeen the existence of a grand jury investigation supervised by the special counsel with public knowledge in addition in July twenty seventeen a different grand jury supervised by the special counsel was impaneled in the district of Columbia and the press reported on the existence of this grand jury in early August twenty seventeen whether the conduct towards the Attorney General would have a foreseeable impact on those proceedings turns on much of the same evidence discussed above with respect to the obstructive act element C. intent there is evidence that at least one purpose of the president's conduct toward sessions was to have sessions assume control over the Russian investigation and supervisor in a way that would restrict its scope by the summer of two thousand seventeen the president was aware that the special counsel was investigating him personally for obstruction of justice in the wake of the disclosures and emails about the June ninth meeting between Russians and senior members of the campaign see volume two section two G. supra it was evident that the investigation into the campaign now included the president's son son in law and former campaign manager the press it had previously and unsuccessfully sought to have sessions publicly announced that the special counsel investigation would be confined to future election interference yet sessions remained refused in December two thousand seventeen shortly after Flynn pleaded guilty the president spoke to sessions in the oval office with only Porter present and told sessions that he would be a hero if he recused Porter link that request to the president's desire that sessions take back supervision of the rush investigation and directed investigation of Hillary Clinton the president said in that meeting that he quote just wanted to be treated fairly and quote which could reflect his perception that it was unfair that he was being investigated will Hillary Clinton was not but a principal effect of that act would be to restore supervision of the Russian investigation to the Attorney General a position that the president frequently suggested should be occupied by presidents a reasonable inference from those statements and the president's actions is the president believe that in under cues Attorney General would play a protective role and could shield the president from the ongoing Russia investigation hi the president orders McGann to deny that the president tried to fire the special counsel overview in late January two thousand eighteen the media reported that in June two thousand seventeen the president had ordered began to have the special counsel fired based on purported conflicts of interest but again had refused saying he would quit instead after the story broke the president through his personal counsel and two aides sought to have McGann denied that he had been directed to remove the special counsel each time he was approached began responded that he would not refute the press accounts because they were accurate and reporting on the president's effort to have the special counsel removed the president later personally met with me again in the oval office with only the chief of staff present and tried to get me again to say that the president never ordered him to fire the special counsel McGann refused and insisted his memory of the president's direction to remove the special counsel was accurate that same meeting the president challenged again for taking notes of his discussions with the president and asked why he had told special counsel investigators that he had been directed to have the special counsel removed that was scanned Tina Vega and Allison Stewart reading today section of the mall report so we heard at the end the White House counsel don McGann refused to lie about trump telling him to have mother removed instead McGann removed himself from that awkward and possibly criminal position and became don my gun we're gone from the trump administration Monday section will be about mothers analysis of evidence the trump hinted at pardons for Paul man a fort Michael Flynn and someone else who's name was redacted as a way of getting them not to tell the whole truth to the special counsel Brian Lehrer and W. NYC stay with us if you look at the country through a generational lands we've never had a moment like this where young and old are more different from one another racially demographically politically culturally.

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"two g" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:25 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"A great website to go to to find great reporting from young reporters about the legacy media the same it's and what are the right and what how are you yeah I'm great thank you have me on again I appreciate it so you're very welcome if there's a slight delay today and I think the audio could be a little bit better but you're in France for god sakes is kind of cool yeah I hope the audience will forgive me but there's a lot of great content I'm halfway around the world I think I think it'll it'll work I think this is acceptable for you being a friend we talk about this for a second and it was an interesting answer you gave I know you've been there for a little while and you parlay Francais I I don't know good reasons as I can say but you're walking around and you're talking to people and and I guess you know that starts a conversation what are you hearing about the United States will be hearing about trump with what is fragrant with France that owes us its very existence saying yeah well the thing is I think a lot of people get the same by media that very problem the U. S. well there's no box news here in Europe there's no conservative media outlets and actually think to just from being on Google you search things and you get a lot of that I mean it's very difficult to pull up a fox news article even on Google I mean they get really biased sources a lot of people tell me on the street they asked me what the the environment is with trump it I've even spoken to confront people who their anti socialist but they don't like socialism they don't like left wing politics but then they have this idea of trump that's not who he is so I wouldn't say that they're the biggest fans of trump and frankly I've spoken to some kids as well and this is even worse because of the next generation they've told me Hey look the idea of a nation we think nations are outdated where for this you know one world one European Union type thing so I sort of think it Kerr I think it has to do with the education I think you have to do with the the media active the bailable but I would say trump not too popular here in Europe unfortunately that's that's pretty well look it's not surprising there's been a globalist agenda that's been pushed the G. twenty two G. eight all these things always get togethers though the you're the European Union for goodness sakes also basically said well there's really no France and Poland annoying let's just all be one big place so I can see what they have a goal was view they've been educated as you said to believe that would be right did they ever did they ask you specifics about trump and were you able to actually it to at least correct a little of their misunderstanding or no you know I tried a they they ask who you know does trump really up supporters out there who are these people who like him why do they like him and I explained very similar if they look you guys have a for example let's talk about immigration I say you guys have a my my great problem you guys don't necessarily like the open border thing they're some of you don't like that and so I'm supporting trump is a similar thing but again when you don't have a news now you don't have a fox news and you don't have bright part you don't have out with that speaking to people like your network does it difficult so people are really getting a man could be it's very interesting and wore on the red go follow him on Twitter it's at E. D. U. N. E. R. ET going to that right now I follow him in and he's a good follows a great correspondent from campus reform dot org make sure you know there are Monday through Friday even Saturday and Sunday check other great stories into it university of Florida Gainesville I don't think of gays I grew up in South Florida so it's pretty far away but all the Gainesville is like really old true blue country but it's a university so you have twelve to one professors that are liberal versus conservative end up there now telling people who might be going to school there or go to school there entering the country illegally that just come out and and and talk about it go ahead expose yourself why are they doing this what what a what a calling it a calling it something yeah this is the program that they're really looking to launch in the fall the program I attended with your faculty and staff on the it's called a doctor if the sensitivity training to make people at the university of Florida aware that they're illegal immigrant students and they want to train people to Haiti receptive to their sensitivity now be aware of what they're going through now my issue with that is the chief thing that they focus on throughout the training is they talk about all the struggles and hardships that illegal immigrants go they they victimize for example illegal immigrants struggle to pay through school they struggle with Stratton and mental health you know they have to work to go to school at the get a job and I'm getting there to the training and I'm thinking well a lot of students on campus have to work through school a lot of students on campus deal with the stress and studying so you know what is this where they're trying to make a special category that illegal immigrant students are the only student to have financial hardships and mental I mean and that sort of victimization I'm not a huge fan of it's kind of like the left always trying to victimize somebody gets the benefit the illegal immigrants illegal aliens those who are here illegally getting in state tuition getting extra help in financing and out now you're teaching people to be sensitive to their thought process or something these are people who have gotten a free ride by getting into the country just being in the country illegally is is up a benefit that they be given what other doctor recipients or not and these people are getting the American dream through through illegal means so already there ahead of the game like if my kid goes to school because American citizen to make a couple of Bucks she's not gonna get the same benefits of illegal aliens would it going into the same exact school so that person gets a leg up yet the left is telling you would meet treat them like spent a special class of people that somehow is being held down that's not true at all is it Regis because as you said they already have so many benefits they should be thankful that they're here to begin with they should be thankful that they get into it and pay tuition which they don't work there and yet they're meant to complain and were meant to bend over backward to appease them when really if I were one of them and I'll be like Gee the fact that I'm even here is the black thing and I should go by head down to get to work like every other student on campus here's the other thing that I should be in that should be investigated that I think your viewers will find alarming so the diversity official that gave the training at the university of Florida confirm to us I can't answer form that basically when illegal immigrant students apply to the university of Florida they're also find their application so here's the thing for those of you who aren't aware when you apply to a public institution like the university of Florida you either March or something that it then and you present your social security number or if you say you're a legal immigrant student you give them your app one be the number or the you know the appropriate be the number now I've kind of filled out an application on my own and it you know there's no place to check that you're in a legal and she told me that most illegal immigrant students on campus are saying that their international students and that they they apply for the in state tuition waiver after they got to attempt it now watch out of band your your viewers well we all know that colleges and universities like to accept international students because they pay higher in there our tuition rate right within the university benefit to accept the international student they get more money so if these illegal immigrants are applying and think Hey where international the university may give them you know an advantage in the application process thinking that they're going to get the higher tuition only to after they're expected to find out that by the way the campaign in state tuition so they're they're they're not being honest in the application process for taking advantage of things that they really should have no access to and it's really quite unfair well they're basically defrauding the university by saying you're gonna get this amount of money then taking a certain chunk of that money away by the way I got the in state tuition it is I won't let go ahead it's only after they get in that they they let the university know Hey by the way I qualify for the day Jewish and waiver I'm so I'm not gonna be paying that that international rates for the university to university should say sorry too late your you didn't put in your application you're not gonna give you state tuition it really is that easy to solve and word of the problem is if the university were to say that they be called racism and I want to be called racist that's exactly the data plane it is and what a lot at Edie you any are are you a U. T. at ET you any are you T. again he's in France has a bit of a delay for talking over each other a little bit and I can appreciate that that you're doing it from there well it's late at night in about ten o'clock at night now it it it heading eleven but up at the time anyway yeah okay are on the older the next door inspired by Michelle Obama who once said punch in the neck is there a political opponent so my Colorado professor wants to put political opponents in the neck to that's awesome let's let's put everybody yeah so she had now but her Twitter account private but campus reform we were taking a little bit a look at her tweet and she had a lot of the large we her mother her most that are one being that this was in response to Michelle Obama thank you know when they go low we go hi yes he said well I did and Michelle Obama book and actually she quote tweeted someone out and she said yeah when they go low I'm ready to punch him in the neck and so this this were when we see and people around the country when we see these pilots on college campuses is being pushed by professors like this were basically thank Hey someone disagrees yeah I just got punched him in the neck it is outrageous it is outrageous and by the way of Michelle Obama's say when they go low we go high is another one of those things like like you know the illegal immigration thing that that we just talked about of making victims out of people are getting all the benefits Michelle Obama said that she goes low every single time they've been low on on Donald Trump and his family and and the right and Republicans for ten solid years now in the public eye so she can say that but it's the other it's that little game worldwide let's say one thing we do something completely different if you call me out I'm gonna save your racist that's kind of what the game one heard on a bunch of other bizarre tweet about race and you seem to be a very rate that that person thank you it's okay if you don't want to date white men because white men you know the people of color should stay away from mine and I'm reading her tweet and I'm thinking about going low so it's okay for them to go low but if anybody else goes low it is is you go punch him in the neck right you bunch of the neck of the racist or homophobic rose over some yeah it's a and one of the right coming from France today for god sakes students say Obama immigration quote is racist but only when they think that it's Donald Trump now this is something that Kevin Phillips does your media director I just love bill I love these when he goes out of the ministry stuff and he'll read quotes from Obama or from Hillary Clinton or from somebody on the left and then he'll say that they're from tromping people hate them and then when he says oh by the way Obama said that I love the reaction to talk about the reactions of yeah first of all what was the quote to you don't it was a quote about you know illegal crossings are up by a certain percent over the last few years we have to be vigilant to reduce crime and we have to increase deportation of these criminal illegal aliens so the quote that Obama had and again cabbage created doing that he does one of these about once a week you can check out a campus reform dot org but again it first if you didn't are you know the typical response on a college campus it's like being a phobic this sounds white nationalists teach me first of all they don't even know what those words mean white is the only really safe with the white yeah yeah that is a white nationalist the it just and when Cabot tell them when you show them the video that the bomb just their their facial expressions and their reactions are priceless some of them don't know what to say at least I give some of them credit some of them seem to be open minded and they say on that interesting I didn't think that our president Obama say that and I I hope videos like these habits work campus reforms work I don't students around the country can really open their eyes to an alternative viewpoint because again what we're getting on college campuses and and again you can see all that that temperature formed out or get equal students are getting a really buy it education they're really getting you can almost call it brainwashing and they're really getting it when do you think they're going on in the country what I love about what you guys.

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The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

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The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"He's that beauty guy there. Of course. Yes, he had a which we talked about his tour that was selling well, he cancelled the tour because he claimed he didn't have enough time to prepare for it, and make sure that it was a good experience for his man's, which I act, and it's going to lose him a lot of money because he has to then now out of his own pocket paid back the service charges that the ticketing people were charging the fans sure that the fans get a full refund. But I think that's really smart of him because had he put on a shit show that could have been really damaging to his career. So I think that was smart of him a little update their there was more drama with Constance Wu. She's now, just tainted forever. It feels like not forever. I'm sure eventually, this will go away, but she really put her foot in it with all of her drama with fresh off the boat. Now it seems like a lot of media are out to get her. And not even media. Just people the latest, with conscious. Blue is apparently while stay in New York City to film, this new movie with jaylo about strippers that Cardi B is also in, she left the place, real dirty and trashed it and had a pet bunny, which would who everywhere around like that to the like, I don't even know if I believe it, but I do believe that people are now out to get her. There is a lot of drama with Moby. Did you catch any of that? I did. I think this is a really interesting story, actually, I do too, but I don't quite understand how or why ended where did. So, before we get to the resolution a little back story Moby like Lamar Odom has a new tell all book out, you know, and in this book, he's talking about his life, and in the book he talks about previous relationships. He's had. He also went out on one date with. A lot of del Rey before she was faded, and he talks about having a full on relationship with Natalie Portman it didn't last very long a few months, but she was really young either eighteen or nineteen and he was a lot older than her. I forget exactly how old he was. But I think either late twenties or early thirties somewhere around there. And then in a surprising move, Natalie Portman denied ever dating him saying that she was just a fan and he was a creepy old men. Then, you know I loved it because for a while it was giving me life, a little bit of the back and forth. Then he denied it and said that no they really did day. And then he doubled down even more and released photos that he had which really, you know, the photos proved nothing the photos just proved they were photographs together. Right. So it's just a case of who you're gonna believe, or you're gonna believe Moby, or you're going to believe Natalie Portman. I think the truth is somewhere in the middle. I think that maybe she didn't realize, maybe she thought she was friends with Moby, and maybe Moby thought that there was some sort of romantic thing happening. And maybe there was maybe they kissed. Maybe they went even further than that. And she didn't think that much about it. I don't know. I wasn't there. But I think the truth usually is somewhere in the middle the place where we're at now is Moby was supposed to do a big book tour..

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The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"And all the channels, you have to watch your still watching Honey, boo, boo at by the time that they gave her that show. She was dating the pedophile and I can say that because he's legally gotten in trouble for that, and serve time even but Jesus frigging Christ call. Let me know if you guys think they should cancel the show. Four four missing something here we may be. As we don't watch the show thankfully, I don't think anybody else does either. Well, big ING of shows that people don't watch, but it's still on the air. The Kardashians show. We've heard a lot more from Lamar Odom, with his book that he's releasing, and I can say this, because it's just my opinion I've starting to think, 'cause I've read, so many excerpts from the book, I think this dude made up a lot of shit in his book. I am seriously doubting almost everything. He's saying, and what really made that light bulb go off in my head was when he said about his infamous overdose at the Nevada brothel. He claims that the guy who used to own it. Dennis Hof drugged him that it was his fault in the he tried to murder him. First of all, Dennis Hof is dead still by saying that in the book, he's not breaking any law because he's not he can't defame a dead per. Person. And Secondly, if you were a major drug addict beforehand, you probably don't remember all the details, you could have hallucinated the guy gave you dress like one incentive. What reason would that guy he could have lost everything? And he could have lost his license. He could have lost. Look. He the guy's admitted addict, and what do we know about addicts? The Myers through Myers period. That's it guys dead. No one is taking any of this as fact I can't even imagine someone's reading this who could care who would possibly care. Who cares what he writes, who cares, if it's fiction or nonfiction? It's all bullshit because why he's an addict, and addicts are what their lives. Luckily, for him, he's gotten a ton of big press opportunities to promote it people want to hear about the Kardashians, people are willing to book you. So they'll get the, you know, the deferred light. And that's What what. he's getting from the Kardashians, people just want to hear just a little inside scoop because they know that's web hits and that's money my gut. He even claimed that khloe Kardashian beat up a stripper when she barged into a room and found a stripper with him in a hotel room. Do I really think khloe, courtesy is going to beat up a stripper? No, no. Come on trying to sell some books, but it was juicy, and they don't care. They're like say what you want your drug addict. There was some drama with Kim Kardashian khloe sister, and some staged photo of their newborn son saw blah, blah, blah, blah, shocking. It was a stage toward basically, the baby had a lot of stuff around him and baby shouldn't sleep with a lot of stuff around him. But who cares? I don't I don't really want to talk about that was staged. Right. God, maybe wasn't sleeping an update on fister. James, Charles your favorite person to talk about. I don't know who this is we talked about him. Times..

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The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"There was drama that went down at first they were trying to spin it like he just went to pursue other opportunities. But if y'all miss this, he was announced to come back for another season, and then it was announced he's not coming back. So he pulled the constants. Woo, basically. There was a lot of drama behind the scenes that we've now heard where he just like one of the, the final straw that broke the camel's back as they say, on both sides, they had asked the coaches to fly to New York on mother's day to the next day, perform, and be a part of NBC's upfront. And he was just such a diva about it and unhappy and didn't wanna do it even though they were paying him twenty six million dollars a year. He gave such a bad performance, and was so checked out, it was so just unsavory that the head of NBC entertainment tried to fire him then, but didn't and thankfully, he quit for everybody's sake because it was not working. I think the guy's a little tired. He's a rockstar, and I don't think he ever expected this show to send him into the next level of stardom the way that it has. And I think it's a lot of work, and I think the guys. Still rock star. He wants to go out on the road, and he wants to make music. And I gotta think that's a very demanding job. So I think at some point, he says, when is enough money enough. He's got property and dull and a new family. I get it after so many seasons. And there's barely any time off from the show. It's very demanding. So I get why he did it. But I disagree with one thing you said at the top Gwen Stafani is not gonna help that show that show is Adam LeVine. It's Adam LeVine and Blake Shelton. It is absolutely their chemistry that people tune in for, I mean, those two are a comedy duo together. I think the show is gonna take a massive hit. I mess. I doubt it. Okay. We'll see check a little mental note the ratings next season. He is a tune in. He is a tune in. That's why they pay him as much as they do him. And Blake are something together. They really are. I doubt it. Well in more TV news. John legend's wife. He's one of the other coaches on the voice Christie. Teagan. I'm happy for her. I am not jealous or okay, fuck it. I'm a little jealous in a little here. Joel, joel. Yeah. It's okay. For years years, I have been pitching a judge Perez show with me in a fucking pink road telling everybody, who's right and who's wrong. And guess what? Fucking Chrissy Teigen gets a judge show with her mother as her bailiff and doing what I've been pitching. In more reality TV mirrors. This is such a mess. And I don't watch the show, but I love messes that Honey, boo. Boo. And her mother of mama, June this woman, according to the family, addicted to meth, they've released the in the most recent show, she was fainting. She had to be taken to the hospital, her teeth were falling out, really. They staged an intervention and she refused help. And we've since learned that she's still not getting the help that she clearly means and not only that her daughter mama June's child. Honey, boo. Boo is living with her teenage like nineteen year old sister, because the mom is off with her pedophile boyfriend doing God knows what in another state. So my question to you and to our listeners. Is way TV which broadcast this mess. I think they need to cancel the show. I think there's no way that can bring that show back for another season. Do you disagree with me? Or do you agree with me? Well, the wildcard is how much of it is an act. I don't think it's an actually was arrested. They found meth on her. They seem to be enabled us. Yeah. She dies who they gonna blame. I don't even think that there should have given her a TV show in the first place, who the hell is still watching that, by the way, that's a better question Jesus..

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The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"It's just nudity, and it's, it's got its her Bubis who cares shake cared. She deleted her social media. She did that for a tension man. And she's planning to, to. Good luck my one of my friends. What am I best deeds who listens to the podcast shout out to, you know who said that Iggy should join love and hip hop? And I said, no, that's the wrong look for her. She needs to join real housewives of Beverly Hills. Yeah. Because well, I don't want to speak for them. I'm not a person of color, a not a black American, but I would imagine that no matter how much she tries black people won't fuck with her. She needs a wider, and gayer audience, which is the one that watches housewives. Yeah. Anyways segue out of music, and onto my favorite topic in the world to discuss sports. Are we going to talk about Drake? I've got my whole two cents on. All right. Leonard rip. Let's go Drake. He's just a superfan. Okay. And luckily for him. His number one team made it to the NBA finals and he's been at every game Booker, and I were texting about this privately I even mentioned to him that there was one video of Drake literally calling this player. Draymond green look. Dammit, Draymond green trash. He literally said your trash, and then Booker was like, well, that's why they call it trash talk. But, but listen, trash talk and I'm clearly not the sports aficionado, but to meet trash talk goes two ways from player to player and then from Fanta fan, you don't think it's appropriate to boost somewhat on stage. If you paid money to go see them, see difference. We have a difference of opinion on this one. I think if you pay could do whatever you want trash talking is just that that is acceptable trash talking, that's not talk at Holly trash talking about his game. His game is trash is what he saying. But that's just trash talk that's acceptable. I don't like it. Well, I know you don't dream on green himself would tell you. That's acceptable. I think it's acceptable for the players to trash talk each other and for the fans. To trash talk each other. But I don't think it's okay for a spectator to talk that way to somebody that's playing. That's entertaining. You Drake needs to, like slow his role. I mean even the NBA asked him to slow his role and he's not stopping. Look, they created this monster. He has a locker inside of the damn raptors locker room. Okay. So they've created this with him they've given him all this access, and now they want him to bring it back a little bit. But it's good for the NBA. I think the players think it's cool. The Drake is there Drake likes the access. The trash talk is just that it's not over the line here. The funny thing to me is a guy that makes such great music comes off as such a dork. He just seems like such a Dushi dork. No, he's still that guy from grassy. He's just Dushi. There's no other way to say it like I kinda cringe watching his behavior. It's I get it. You're, you're a fan and you know the guys but it just seems.

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The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"The best for Britney and this, and then the other. But the motherfucker most likely leaked that and got paid for it an aide to make money off of her and be to hurt her to me that was a clear attempt at hurting the conservative ship, which I think the conservatives ship doesn't hurt her. We dabbled this, right? He wants to hurt the conservative ship. He wants to hurt Britney. He wants to make money off of her. And I don't think even though a lot of people do, and I would call an call in eight hundred what's African number eight hundred seven two one one eight five. That's it. Okay. Call in and let me know if I miss reading, this, but I don't think what Brittany allegedly said, ten years ago has any bearing on two thousand nineteen. Right. You know, look the guy's a used car salesman. Look at him anything that comes out any report that sliding out that has to do with her past affairs or things that she has said, I think we know where it's coming from. I think your assumption is pretty safe. I once again, I don't know either. I have no idea. We're not getting. Yeah, this person doesn't seem to have her best interests in mind, because if this person did it'd be silence radio. Silence nothing. You're not in, in the Brittany business anymore. Nothing should be coming out, but yet stuff keeps coming out like he's just trying to keep the ball rolling. I bet he's getting paid by a lot of people to be right. You may be right. And by the way, whomever's giving him money you're a scumbag to I was going to say, we don't know how she really is right now, but it does seem that she's a little bit better or at least working getting better. And that's at somebody who himself has been through hard times. That's all you can do is that you can just work on it in his better than than not trying to get better or giving up. And she and her boyfriend posted a photo of them going on a bike ride, and the freaky. Britney loons were saying that photo was Photoshop they're like that photo of them on the bikes, the background doesn't look real. Unlike you all are starting to come off Razi now. Okay. The crazy ones are you if they would just focus their energy on something positive for the world. Like, I don't know cleaning up the ocean. So the environment or I don't anything imagine what a planet at this would be. But she got people wasting time on things like this. It's great. Well, speaking of Britney, her contemporary, that's the word I was gonna say nemesis, but I don't think they were misses her contemporary, her her very specific peer, Christina Aguilera debuted, her new Vegas residency over the weekend. Did you watch any videos? I watched Demi Levato cry. That's what I love that I love that. She was there. I love it. She cried, you know, the big fan of Ecksteen, and they even did a song together. Get all know Christina Aguilera, and I have our past, and I don't just say this. I truly believe it. Okay. I think that while being opinionated I can still take any of my pass out of the equation, or any hurt feelings, or this, or that or the other. I watched a I practically watched the entire Christina's show in video form. I was not there and I was so impressed. I allow it a I'm getting trouble. Now, I also watched just the same amount of video from Janet Jackson's new Vegas, residency which also just started recently, and that one I was very underwhelmed by Christina put on at arena level show..

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The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"two g" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"He's for as I have over well overwhelmed with content and things to talk about so much. So, ladies and gentlemen, we are making a big announcement. This is the week we are expanding we are going to two shows a week. So you should be listening to this in the earlier part of the week. If you're listening to Monday night, or Tuesday morning, or if you're even getting to it on Wednesday and the plan is to release our second show on Thursday. However, because I consider all of our listeners Fram. That's friends and family, we want and need your help, you know, we are we are putting a lot more effort into this every week now. So please tell your friends we are now twice a week. Tell them to listen. Talk to them about your favorite parts of the show tweet about it Facebook. It talk about it on your YouTube, videos, anywhere and everywhere. And I have so much to talk about. I'm going to leave the little chitchat. We usually do out what? Yeah, no chitchat we have too much to talk about. Do you have any wanna talk about? No, I was just all prepared to tell you about how power washed my driveway this weekend. I mean, people were dying to know about that. I mean. Come on. Oh, god. I'm just kidding. Let's do a sixty second chitchat with a timer going. Now. What did you do the last few days? Honestly, I did. I, I got a new power washer. I washed all of my cars, I watched a new show. It's on demand. It's called Molly. Would I stumbled upon it? It's about like EDM drug culture. Walk Affleck, aflame remember, walk like aflame. He's an actor now. Yeah. He's an actor. It's about the serial killer who possesses a drug dealer. So I discovered that in a bad way, like great really. Yeah. It's good. It's really good. So that's one of the check out what else did they do? I had oh I got a pizza maker. So I got a pizza oven and I learned how to make homemade pizza this week at which is a pain in the ass by God. And that's really it. That's my weekend. What about you? Awesome. I had such damn exhausting weekend. Usually people recharge on the weekends but not me because I'm plagued by guilt, and trying to be the best dad possible. So, and I'm also really focused on taking up my fitness and being healthy. So I took a spin class on Saturday. I did a lot of work, and I took my kids your girlfriend slash fiance to be might really enjoy this it in downtown LA. It's called wiz dome. Okay, like wisdom, but with dome if these five domes and inside they have really cool art, not just paintings, but video are an. Per sections on this on the other dome. That's on. And they also have cool hippy dippy experiences like yoga or sound baths or meditation. There's many other and my kids at first were frightened and then they loved it, and then Sunday, we went to this Nickelodeon event, which was really cool to go to their new campus jet never been to the fore and saw some patrol, extra special episode. They had face painting, and they did the gave him some toys. Thank you, Nickelodeon for having us, and I am beat in debt and tired. But genuinely listen, we resisted it for a long time. But I'm genuinely really happy to be here to be present to be focused to do this show for you all. And then to do it again a second time this week. And I like our, our listeners have impeccable taste and are the best listenership. We, we've gotten a lot of teenage listeners. Thank you. Let's all right now, come to start off by doing one of the things I love most in the world outside of being a dad and masturbating. That would be being right. Usually It is it. it do you want? I know you well or what? I forget how many weeks ago, but I, I had these powers, I shut up and tell us what you're right about, and I don't know. I really do believe I have, you know, like ESP like some. Into it. I can sense, things I told y'all Cardi B was gonna have complications. We're worried about her and her performing after having the lifeboat it was giving you exiling watching her I if she hurt herself..

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