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Paid in full? Biden, GOP struggle over infrastructure costs
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting negotiations on an infrastructure package appeared to gain momentum president Joe Biden re entered negotiations on a roughly one trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure package Monday but the key stumbling block remains how to pay for it the president hosted two key democratic senators Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Christensen above Arizona at the White House and later the two senators met with others in the bipartisan group at the capitol one Republican senator Susan Collins of Maine and one Democrat senator Jon tester of Montana emerged sounding upbeat Collins told reporters there was significant progress tester said the bipartisan group is very close to having a full proposal that could come together as soon as Tuesday Mike Rossio Washington
The Man in America Who Did More for African American Slaves Than Anyone Else Was Abraham Lincoln
"The man in America who did more. For the African American slaves. Was Abraham Lincoln. And yet the critical race theory types and the rest said No, No, no. You don't understand. He wanted to send black people back to Liberia. He had different ideas and different thoughts. He becomes president, the United States. There's a civil war and he says We must keep the union together and we must destroy slavery. Frederick Douglass. Was skeptical of Lincoln became a huge Lincoln fan. As my dad wrote in his book. After the second inaugural address. The second shortest inaugural address in American history. And they profoundly brilliant and important speech that Lincoln wrote himself. Think it goes back to the White House. It's raining. The skies opened up when he gave a speech. By the way the sun came out. He goes back to the White House. They have a Sort of an inaugural event going on there. And he sees through the door that there's a little tussle going on. Does this black man is trying to get in to see the President Frederick Douglass. And he tells the equivalent of the secret service back then, the back off he wanted to talk to his friend. Frederick Douglass. It's Frederick Douglass, who Writes about this account. And Lincoln, says the Douglas What did you think? And Frederick Douglass said he could not have been more impressed.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy Explains That Passing Legislation Isn't Always the Best Thing
"You're in the Senate. You watch this stuff going back and forth. I told you maybe many years ago that a dear friend of mine and a mentor Mind Senator Paul Laxalt on Nevada, Ronald Reagan's Putty. When I was a young man, I visited the Senate. I didn't know Senator Laxalt. He was nice enough to meet me. I mean, I was from Pennsylvania, not Nevada. But I was agreeing with the president or president. To be on the Panama Canal. And I wanted to meet Paul Laxalt because he was taking the lead on this and I sat with him. My father and I did and you must have given us 40 minutes. One of the things he said to me, Mike was every day This body meets, We lose a little bit of our liberty. That is stuck with me for 43 years. It's true, isn't it? Absolutely absolutely true. And it becomes more true mark every single day that passes when we as Americans are asked By the mainstream news media by the entertainment Industry and also by our academic establishment in America work as to accept this deeply flawed assumption. Passing legislation is in the abstract, a good thing, but it's an unmedicated. Good to pass things. We forget the fact that you know, passing something isn't always the right thing. And in fact, Lot of that time. It's just adding to the complexity of the law, which operates as a sort of subsidy. For the already wealthy and well connected. It's actually an impairment to liberty, and that's why the founding fathers made it very difficult to pass federal legislation and limited that further. By limiting the subject matter of what we could even legislate on. That's why I get very frustrated with people saying, Oh, the problem with Washington is that nothing can get done nothing to get past because of the spread lock. Mark. You don't get to be $28 Trillion in debt without a whole lot of
Peter Wood and Other Historians Critique 1619 Project for Being Ideology-Based Over Evidence-Based
"Well in his book, and you remember, I interviewed Peter would President the National Association of Scholars Life, liberty and live in His book called 16 28 critical response to the 16 19 project. Says the larger aim of the 16 19 project is to change America's understanding of itself. 16 19 Project alliance with the views of those on the progressive left to hate America and would like to transform it radically into a different kind of a nation. Such a transformation would be a terrible mistake. It would endanger our hard won liberty or self government and our virtues as a people. Said the 16 19 project has taken ideas that a few years ago were exclusively fringe. A good way into the realm of mainstream opinion. The idea, for example, that the American Revolution was a pro slavery event once circulated only among conspiracy minded activists. Comic book style theories of history. The 16 19 project has brought it from the playground into the classroom, to the consternation of serious historians everywhere. And he condemned the 16 19 project is phony scholarship. He says it's critical race theory dressed up as history. The usual way for disputes about history. To be resolved, he said, is for historians to present their best arguments and their sources and journal articles each side can can then examine the evidence for themselves and hammer out the truth. But the 16 19 project evades this kind of transparency. Hannah Jones, who make some of the most audacious claims sites, no sources at all. The project, as presented originally in The New York Times Magazine can change no footnotes. No bibliography or other scholarly footholds. In December. 2019 The New York Times Magazine, five exemplary historians. A quote expressed strong reservations about important aspects of the 16 19
High court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case
"The Supreme Court decided unanimously the NC double a cannot enforce rules limiting education related benefits that colleges offer to student athletes the case doesn't decide whether students can be paid salaries but justice Brett Kavanaugh argued the issue of compensating athletes could fall under anti trust laws that management the schools may be exploiting labor the student athlete Gabe Feldman is a law professor at Tulane University it's only a matter of time before another lawsuit was filed that asked for the whole system to be blown up NC double a president mark Emmert is not ready to move to pay college athletes the ruling goes to great lengths to point out that that authority still resides within the association's purview the NC double a argued that a ruling for the athletes could lead to a blurring of the line between college and professional sports at Donahue Washington
Arizona State Rep. Jake Hoffman on the Political Gaming Against a Flat Tax
"Can we say that, too? I'm not sure the list of things we can't say maybe growing long, but I like that. I just did again. Producer Jim Jake. I like that about your an actual conservative. So this morning, I'm in the you know the home gym doing the little workout thing. It's Monday morning, getting ready for the show. I read this story in The Wall Street Journal. You are a state rep in Arizona and it's you know, still kind of a red state. We would think, right And I read this story about how some republicans Yeah, well, yeah, I used to go in a little blue, which I don't like how some State House Republicans in state senators in Arizona are getting in the way of a bill sponsored by, uh, you all in the statehouse. Implement a flat tax in Arizona to make them a little bit more competitive. Is that true? Or the Republicans getting in the way this because if it is, I'd be really ticked off. And it is true and it's you know, just like Americans. Arizonans are furious about the political games in D. C. This is the exact same situation we're experiencing, and it needs to serve as a wake up call for all Americans that our state legislatures, they matter. Here's the bottom line. Arizona is sitting on record revenues despite coming off the heels of Covid. Now having a multi billion dollar surplus isn't something to celebrate. It means we're overtaxing our citizens. Give them their money back. It's their money. It's not the government's and you know, you figure on the heels on the heels of covid, right? I mean, this is the worst economic disruption or one of the worst in the last 120 years. People are hurting. We've still got nearly 8% unemployment, small businesses got crushed real wage growth under the Biden administrations abhorrent policies. It's stagnant and I could go on man. But it's our job as America. First Republicans, you know, that's one of the biggest things that President Trump did other than his judicial nominations was reshaped the Republican mindset. We're the party of the people were the America first. Party, and so we have to put the people we represent first and give them their darn money back. It's exactly
Dr. Carol Swain Knows That Liberals Can't Even Explain Specifics of Critical Race Theory
"Swain, explaining the horrors of critical race theory. After I asked this question about the euphemisms game, check this out. Dr. Swain, Did you notice that the advocates of critical race theory which is racist that I'm sorry if you supported your racist to suggesting we judge people by their skin color is the essence of racism. But did you notice they live in euphemisms and they play these games. He's obfuscation games. They can never describe exactly what they're talking about. Quick example. We just played Abram Kennedy asked to define racism. Had a really tough time. And then when I've asked people to describe systemic racism, I said, Okay, well described to me the system you're talking about, because most of the systems you're talking about her, in fact, run by liberals, they can't seem to ever going to tell you. The problem is that it's induction indoctrination that they memorize these concepts. And they have no clue what it means. And this is at the university level as well as what they K through 12 because they're starting, you know, with Kindergartners. And there's research out there that argues that babies can be racist as early at six months, and so, um, no critical thinking is taking place. They don't have to define their terms unless their ass back conservative and none of them can Critical race theory is racist. I see it as the civil rights issue of our time, and I'm proud of President Trump for leading the battle because he does have a big platform. And his executive order last year that ban critical race theory in federal programs by federal contractors. That was a step in the right direction because critical race theory was contrary to the civil rights. Act of 1964 civil rights laws, our Constitution's equal protection clause and just how we treat other Americans. Can't wait to
Transgender Weightlifter Hubbard Selected for Tokyo Olympics
"Laurel Hubbard from New Zealand lifted six hundred twenty eight pounds in two lips on the way to qualifying in the women's super heavyweight division she is safest Olympian who has transitioned from mild to Fairmount Karen Smith is with the New Zealand Olympic committee weightlifting New Zealand president Richie Patterson says harbor is in line with the best weight lifters in the world plus it is hard to speculate rankings a total in that vicinity ranks are all in the top six gender identity in sports is a highly sensitive and complex issue I would like to take this opportunity to remind us all that the role has met all of the required criteria she is a very dedicated and resilient athletes at forty three Hubbard will also be the oldest weightlifter in the Tokyo games I'm a Donahue
Biden Outlines Vaccine Plan, Set to Miss Global-Sharing Goal
"President Biden is expected to fall short of his global coated nineteen vaccine sharing commitment by month's end the president had pledged to ship eighty million doses by the end of June but as they announce new plans for global sharing officials say the president is not expected to meet the goal they say while U. S. produce doses already deliveries are delayed due to logistical issues including regulatory hurdles the White House has announced a sixty of the eighty million doses will go to the global Kovacs vaccine sharing alliance and the rest to specific partners so far only ten million have actually been shipped Sager made Donny at the White House
Iran Elects New President Ebrahim ‘the Butcher’
"Elected a butcher in iran over the weekend to be the next president easily. The most strict fundamentalist version of president. They've had since these islamic republic began in nineteen seventy
Iran's president-elect says 'no' to meeting Joe Biden
"Iran's president elect says no to meeting president Joe Biden president elect Abraham racy has told reporters in Iran he's not willing to meet Byton meanwhile calling himself the defender of human rights after being almost directly about his involvement in the nineteen eighty eight mass executions of some five thousand people pricey was part of a so called death panel the sentenced political prisoners to death at the end of the nineteen eighties Iran Iraq war I'm Charles Denney this month
Biden Spends Father's Day Golfing With Grandson
"The White House says President Biden spent father's Day golfing with his grandson, Robert Hunter Biden, the second At Fieldstone Golf Club in Wellington, Delaware. Mr Biden's 15 year old grandson is the son of his late son, Beau
Exit polls indicate poor result for Marine Le Pen in French regional elections
"Exit polls in France suggests the far right party of Marine Le Pen has not achieved the big gains it was hoping for in regional elections. The party is expected to come second nationally behind the main center right Republican Party President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party has also fared
Iranian Hard-Liner Ebrahim Raisi Wins Presidential Election Vote
"After the election of hardline presidential candidate ibrahim racy this weekend. Big questions now about what it means. For relations of the united states and a possible deal to rein in iran's nuclear program were to take those questions of president biden's national security advisor jake sullivan first. Let's check in with martha raddatz in tehran. Good morning martha good morning george. Nuclear talks are resuming today before they take pause as iran prepares for more conservative president overnight celebration in iran as a new president is officially announced. The ultra conservative racy the favourite of iran's supreme leader i a- tola ali khamenei. There had been a vigorous get out the vote. Campaign with posters depicting the severed hand of military leader qassem soleimani killed in the us drone strike last year urging voters to do it for him but fewer than fifty percent cast ballots. The lowest turnout in the history of presidential elections after the nineteen seventy nine islamic revolution. Many staying home believing the election was rigged. You did not vote dinah. Why not betting kit. If i had both that they wouldn't have counted my book but ryan. Uc's supporters believe he could help rebuild iran's devastated economy. You voted for racy because you think he can help. The economy is your yes. I believe because he has the experience in the judiciary. I'm sure he knows the ways to make things better. The economy crippled in part by heavy sanctions imposed by the us. When former president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal rice. He has voiced support for reviving that deal but it could be more difficult for president biden to get a tougher or lengthier deal from the hardline. Cleric the trump administration also personally sanctioned for human rights abuses sanctions that have not yet been lifted.
Soccer Stadiums Double as UK Vaccination Sites
"Anti government protesters took to the streets across Brazil as the nation's Kevin nineteen death toll soared past half the median thousands gathered in Rio de Janeiro holding places implying thing gets help listeners and five hundred thousand deaths his phones similar marches took place in at least twenty two of Brazil's twenty six states the protests were prevented by opposition parties emboldened by the president's declining poll ratings as next year's presidential race names many of us in our supporters have held rallies over the past month to show their support for his decision to dismiss coronavirus restrictions in favor of protecting businesses critics say such measures have contributed to soaring death toll and a sluggish faxing campaign the country of some two hundred and thirteen million people is registering nearly a hundred thousand new infections and two hundred thousand deaths a day I'm Karen Thomas
Diplomats meet in Vienna for more Iran nuclear talks
"Talks between Iran and global powers continuous senior diplomats meets in Vienna to try to restore twenty fifteen you could deal sensitive from China Germany France Russia and Britain all together in a hotel in the Austrian capital their aim is to revive the landmark agreement to contain Iranian nuclear development Russian envoy me hand it would be an oft tweeted that an agreement on the restoration of the deal was within reach but not yet finalized there is no U. S. representative at the table because former U. S. president Donald trump pulled the U. S. I don't have the deal in twenty eighteen however president by this administration have shown willingness to rejoin the deal under certain times the U. S. delegation in Vienna is taking part in indirect talks with Iran with diplomats from the other world powers acting as go betweens I'm Karen Thomas
Kevin Hart's 'Fatherhood' Coming to Netflix This June
"In the last segment. I just finished talking about the newly released from. Kevin hart fatherhood which just happens to be making. Its release. on father's day weekend this film will be released on netflix. June eighteenth and it tells the real life story of matthew lauglin who loses his wife liz shortly after the birth of his daughter and he must balance dealing with the loss of his wife providing for his daughter and providing for his daughter in more than just having a job in providing a certain level of care. This film has many layers to it and provides kevin hart with the opportunity to show off of more dramatic side of his acting talents. The book it is based off of is called to kisses for maddy a memoir of loss and love. And if all that isn't enough this film is produced by the obamas. One of the production companies involved in making this film reality is higher ground production. Which is the company. That was started by former president obama and first lady michelle obama in two thousand eighteen. This movie fatherhood will actually serve as higher ground productions first feature length film as to this point. They had mostly been focused on documentaries including american factory as well as the documentary becoming which took a look at michelle obama's heritage so whatever your political stances. If you're making a film that is backed by a former president. You are probably doing something right and once again. That film is fatherhood. Starring kevin hart and it will be making its debut on net flicks. Friday june
Armenia Votes in Election Triggered by War Defeat
"Iran's neighbor to the north Armenia is also holding really significant elections this weekend. They're heading to the polls in snap parliamentary elections on Sunday to defuse a political crisis of the country following its defeat in last year's war with Azerbaijan over the territory of Nagorno Karabakh. Voters face a tough choice between an embattled prime minister and a former strongman president. The BBC's Ron Dmitry reports campaigning in the North eastern Armenian town of oblivion, the incumbent union asks several 100 of his supporters gathered under the hot sun. If Armenia has a future that that guy Yes, The people apply for a man to me put up on that. When we say future, we mean you because you are the future of Armenia. You are going to build it with your own hands because you are the pillar. You have proved it in the last seven months in November last year, a six week war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno Karabakh. Ended in humiliation for medium the country lost swathes of territory and up to 4000 servicemen died. Many of them young recruits. That is a huge number for a small nation of three million. Oh, okay, well, Azerbaijan celebrated victory in Armenia. Many regarded a Russian brokered truce signed by Nicole Passion, You treacherous Months of protests by the opposition demanded his resignation. He offered early elections. Instead, 22 parties and four political blocs are contesting the Sunday vote. All three former president of Independent Armenia are taking part in the race.
"vice president" Discussed on 20/20
"To analysis to which polls you should have your eye on. We will get you up to speed in about twenty minutes subscribed to start here on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening now good evening from the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Our town townhall with Joe Biden starts right now. This is an ABC News Twenty, twenty events special. Let's stand up and vote and take back this country how. With an ongoing pandemic, the Supreme Court vacancy, economic uncertainty, and wish on justice dominated this election. Final voting. He's just nineteen days away tonight. Voters. In a key battleground state put their questions directly to former vice president Joe Biden. Can he sees the moment and secure their vote? Live from the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. This special edition of Twenty Twenty, the vice president, and the people now reporting chief anchor George Stephanopoulos. And welcome to our town hall Joe. Biden. Mr Vice President welcome to you. Woody. We're here with a group of Pennsylvania voters can see they're all appropriately socialist. Tonight and they're. Voting.
"vice president" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"And donald trump is a politician. Honest. Abe is what she called him. You know what? I like a like what she drove home the point about the taxes, right? Because all we hear is the seven hundred and fifty dollar taxes for most people they like wow, I had an opportunity to only. Pay Seven hundred and fifty I would only pay. But then when she starts breaking down, no, he has debt. We don't know who he owed money to. So we don't know that the decisions that he's making his based off of his own decision offer those debts are that, but I like the Briana Taylor thing i. think she went off of that too fast. Well she started with justice was not done. Thank. You have to acknowledge that we're not really that's the price you said not really I didn't like that not really the the yes and no well it it's a lot easier. I'll just tell you guys even on the Breakfast Club last time I say full one, shotgun Shell, those four, ten shotgun shell no in a net, eight me up but the damage that is going to do if you come to my house is GonNa. Be This. What I will, I will say that is just one of those things that that you say and I've talked to a million times we know justices not done That's why we WANNA look at that process from top to bottom that should have. Ever happened, and so That's one of the reasons why she did not. She stood up for and and vice president pence mention it. That's why she blocked Tim Scott Bill in the US Senate because it was week I was worth the paper that it was written on and it would not have stopped any of these things but if We enact criminal justice reform package, and policing reform package. We would stop these things. every Publicans do push their supreme court nominee through it'd be like what six to write something like why not explain why packing this the courts would be a good thing. Then if that happens bullet argument for packing, the court is to make sure that the court is mind with with more line with America in that, you have just as many conservative judges as you have more liberal judges so that you have a fair court and you get balanced results the other thing I think she did very adequately especially in this time, we're talking about equity and we're talking about blackness and fairness. Out of Fifty Circuit Court judges that they have appointed, not one black. Look and look just because you have my color doesn't mean you have Marquan negative you know they didn't even find one that's not my kind I mean they just made no effort and I think that those. Are What speaks clears about how they value black life, black input, black intelligence, all of those things. If you can't find one out of fifty to put on a circuit court, Bitch necessarily talking to cedric he's the coach here for the Biden campaign. Now, did you send their fly in last night with fly from you that that was certainly not a southern fly I mean look. That that was a that was a Utah Fly you can ask Charlemagne South Carolina Louisiana Mississippi Georgia flies a little bit bigger than that but I'll tell you one thing that must be some Moose in the head and not feel it I mean that's the. You know what's interesting about that fly came in when he was talking all that book about no racial by law enforcement like that was God to me. It the irony there was just so clear me but you know what was on is to sit down with your family and watch. And hear guys say is no racial bias in this country yet and I'm just glancing over at my son. Thank in. Yeah. How'd you like your son to get pulled over at night and have ten and windows on his car and see if that police officers gun is not drawn before he can reach in the glove compartment to get his I D C doesn't have to have those conversations. He's not live those life experiences. And just sit there and so easily gloss over the fact that we have systematic racism that black men whether it's Charlemagne. Oh myself for you. Dj Mvp. If we stopped at night, the police officers are not gonNA RECOGNIZE US did not African American and we're going to get that same treatment that everybody else gets which is aggression and we will never get the benefit at a doubt that we're upstanding citizens is the same reason why? People quite stay I when I'm walking down the street in t shirt same reason why they'll get on the other side of the street same reason why they may or may not get an elevator will not make eye contact will not say good morning good evening all of those things. So for him that just into that you know there's a your blood starts to borrow, but then you realize look, let's just vote lessees beat him unless you send them on their way. How do black men make room for black women like Senator Harris to show up their full sells like they should be able to express themselves without being labeled as angry look I. Mean, you know it it it is a challenge but I think the first part is the fact that you and I both recognize. It means that we're making a step towards fixing that and I think that you know being assertive being successful all of those things look that's what we want for I. Black Women I mean the the real key is making sure that we can have that fly black men, and so that's why we have so many plans about economic empowerment in black wealth and stop assuming that black men don't want to be good fall black men don't want to educate their kids bragman not concerned about their communities, and so that's why. You know we start with education and wealth in entrepreneurship for black men but we still go back to criminal justice reform because we know it has to be. Fixed even though president. Obama and vice? President Biden. Released thirty eight thousand people from prison during their presidency even though they reduced the crack to cocaine disparity, we still have a lot lot a lot of work to do and that criminal justice arena and police reform arena especially dealing with the collateral consequences the. Incarceration I mean you know I could talk about I could talk about that all day and we still would not do it justice how much work has to be done. God who well, we appreciate you for joining us this morning Cedric Richmond to co-chair for the abiding campaign we appreciate your. Goals got to have somebody on every week to from the campaign leading up only like what twenty seven days away and We're about twenty six days away. Okay and very important note Hillary came on twice during her campaign and she came on the week of the election the to tell the vice president that okay. I I will tell them both and then one day maybe we'll come back and have a we could do a long segment on criminal justice reform, Prime Bill, all of those things that may or may not still be hanging out this. All right. Your calls right now to thank you brother eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one. Did you watch the debate? What were your thoughts? Let's talk about it. Full lines open to breakfast club. Good morning the breakfast club..
"vice president" Discussed on It's All Political
"That really came through tonight to her advantage and let's let's not underestimate. The fact that Kamala Harris has not had a lot of one on one debate experience. I mean first of challenging one on one debate experience. Last time. Exactly the her last opponent Loretta Sanchez in the US at the two thousand sixteen ended her closing remarks by DABBING. One of the. Funniest things mostly because of Harris's expression, she's just trying to like she was like, Oh, my God. It just what the hell are you doing expression on her face and then she tried to stifle laugh. Let's a big man. Let's is all about politics. Let's let's look at the politics of this. There are precious few undecided voters at this point. Anywhere from you know four or five to maybe ten percent of the of the voters at the be in the high side. Did this. To tonight. The dial anyway little last week's debate did Joe Biden. Picked up a couple of points maybe three points after. That horrific. Whatever that was last week. Tonight move the dial anyway I, don't think it does and I don't think vice presidential debates typically do unless it's a disaster I think that the Comelec came across as somebody you can see this person can be vice president seems spark enough to do the do the job but at this point for Biden Harris, it's not a question of winning debates. It's a question of not losing. And I think that she certainly succeeded in not losing tonight we need to include the star of the evening though. Did a great job. But no doubt that the star of the evening was the fly heather. Tell us about the fall. I thought it was the only one. I was like what is that and I was texting my friends after we shifted from how Mike Pence kept interrupting everybody is that a fly on his head and then I looked at twitter and everyone was talking about the flight and it stayed on there a really long time. I'm wondering if he had hairspray and the flight got stuck or something. I. Think he's got stuck in the product and. Yeah. It was definitely the most interesting thing about the to face and Joe. Biden's already selling fly swatters on his. Campaign say truth their flies or something like that. Oh, Lord. Any other final comments where do we go from here? This may be the final debate of the season although I'm I'm predicting a lazarus like real. Resurrection by the President and he will definitely be better there for one of them. What, where do we go from here chill here here's my take on debates generally over the years is whichever candidate is perceived immediately to have a slight edge that tends to amplify with time So I think the fact that I think most independent observers would say that. Has. Had the better night that is going to amplify over time I don't know that it's going to really move this race but at this point at the race days, what it is, that's a huge advantage for her out for by so I I would look at it if we're we're looking at this for years from now eight years now we're talking about how Comma Harris really came into her own as a national candidate tonight. Big Band you want say something just that. Yeah I think that the certainly there is going to be another debate the there's no way that Biden can duck it regardless of what happens he's got his show up but has matt suit. Whatever but thing is, is that that first debate is the one that people remember. It's the one that most people watch and right now If you look at all the polling numbers and everything, the trump needs something to change and. I don't know that there's that many things left in these last twenty, seven days that can change change something that drastically. All right. Thank you all heather. Thank you. Special guest tonight. Having this John D. as the big man. John. Thank you all for being here, and hopefully, we'll see you again soon after the next debate. Closer Joe. I'd like to thank you for listening and hope that you and your families are safe and healthy. I like to think my friends and chronicle colleagues for staying late to join me. Heather Knight John D. as the big man John Wilder math, I'd like to thank the king king cop for giving up some of his beauty risk to produce this episode. A shot out to our fabulous theme music that song is called cattle call and it's written by Randy Clark and performed by Randy Clark, Intro Song, and remember. Whether you are Jack Kennedy or not. It's all political..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"That was. All the Joe Biden mentioned about the violence in American. Cities that have now been ongoing for over three months and and it's like, okay what hear? No Evil See? No Evil Say no evil. How do you stick your head in the sand when people are dying and businesses of being destroyed and you just deny the reality I mean actually you know when I get back to regular programming which you know and obviously covering the news, which is what we do but you have a scene of fake news CNN with flames of flying everywhere fiery. Peaceful protests after police shooting there's nothing peaceful. Here. Joe Biden should go and get out of Delaware and just listened to families they're scared they're scared to walk the streets. They walked every day before how many reports do you see day in and day out of somebody being beaten to be in a coma but somehow that was a safe protest. Are you see buildings being burnt? I mean what's happening in Wisconsin? That's an Americana city of about one hundred. Thousand people and who's coming in and doing that comes from Chicago we watched. But what was the mayor of Chicago? She protects her street and thinks she has a right for her protection but the rest of the people their lives don't matter how is every single weekend? We hear a report of a young child or somebody else being shot and killed in those cities and what's the common denominator they've had Democrat. Governor. Give Democrat leadership for number of years and that's what you'll buy. How could he ignored that when you've watched city after city American after American afraid all they want is their way of life back again want security they want safety and they only see the president willing to stand up for it the only reason why you're getting National Guard troops down in Wisconsin because the president is pushing and pushing. Same thing happened in the other cities. Well, I gotTa tell you something this. This is now the biggest choice election in history. I would argue that if Republicans stay United Republicans lay out a plan for restoring law and order we see unemployment you know they're predicting twenty-five percent outs below ten percent and I did not expect these jobs to comeback this quickly but this guy, the very specific issues. Of. Okay. Well. Biden had eight years with Barack what did they? They didn't do criminal justice reform police perform opportunities, zones They didn't create the jobs it was the worst recovery since the forties they put thirteen million more Americans on food stamps and eight million warned in poverty and the worst labor participation rates since the seventies they said nothing about corona virus when it actually mattered into Donald Trump. was acting they were busy with their sham impeachment trial hoax. You're exactly right. It did this is this is a fundamental question..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Is whether America remains America look we have built and this president. Revived the most. The strongest. most prosperous nation in the history of the world. I mean in three short years we we went back on the path that Americans have always trod. Strong national defense, low taxes, less regulation, develop our natural resources. Stan for the values of life religious liberty all all the values second amendment that have always been at the foundation put America. First. in our foreign policy stand for law and order and and president the president laid all all of that out over the last three years and the Democrats right now does Sean you've said it well. Joe Biden and the Democratic Party have been overtaken by the radical left I mean their agenda it. Along other things is higher, taxes socialized medicine open borders abortion on demand, and I'm tell you I. I really do believe I. Really do believe that when the president addresses the nation. Tonight, you're going to hear him you're GonNa, hear him layout the choice to the American people. We have some wonderful speakers over the course. This week I spoke to Senator Tim Scott Today I thought he was just. I thought he was just in inspiring on Monday night and and the first lady in the Rose Garden Karen an IRA privilege to be there, and then one speaker after another I saw I saw Herschel Walker today. Who spoke about his thirty seven year relationship with this president and and and and and the President Donald Trump that he knows. As a man and and and their mutual commitment to faith. And Freedom Tonight I think the American people are going to hear. You're gonNA hear this president lay out our record. You're going to hear this present, lay out a vision for the future, but you're going to hear him lay out the choice and I truly do believe. that. It's a choice of whether whether we are going to continue our nation on the path of the ideals and values have made America. Great. We'll make America great again or whether we're going to take a hard left turn. Away. From all of those ideals and principles. And and take America take America some where. Other than we've ever been before. And I promise you. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA. TRAVIS NATION WE'RE GONNA, take this message and I truly do believe we're gonNA. We're GONNA win four more years for President Donald Trump in the White House. Stations along the Sean Hannity. Show network will continue our coverage with Vice President Mike Pence's with.
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Target. Walmart. Heroes who held this. took their stand for life. Liberty. Freedom. And the American flag. And those ideals have defined our nation. But. They were hardly ever mentioned. At last week's Democratic National Convention. Instead. Democrats spent four days attacking America. Joe Biden said that we were living through A. Season of darkness. But as president trump said. Where Joe Biden sees American darkness. We see American greatness Joe. Biden, says that America is systemically racist. And that law enforcement in America. As and I quote. An implicit. Bias. Against minorities. When asked whether he'd support cutting funding law enforcement Joe Biden replied. Yes. Absolutely. Joe. Biden would double down on the very policies that are leading. To violence in America's cities, the hard truth is you won't be safe in Joe Biden's America. Laundry president trump. We will always stand with those who stand on the thin blue. Line and we're not going to de-fund police not now not ever. That was Vice President Mike Pence last night Fort Mchenry Day three of the Republican National Convention what a difference a week makes of vice president. Pence joins US right now Mr Vice President starts an honor to have you. It was an honor to be at Fort McHenry. It'll be an honor to be on the South Lawn tonight broadcasting, Hannity Wow what a difference a week makes. Sean great to be with you. Thank you for Thank you for being there last night at Fort McHenry Karen and I were. Were were deeply moved to be in that setting to be among those heroes. I know. I know that president trump and and the first lady felt the same way. But it was It was a night to remember. But also I I hope I hope the whole of this convention. has laid out. To the American people, the choice that we face. In this election as as I said last night I honestly believe with all of my heart. That while the Democrats said that democracies on the ballot. I believe our economic recovery is on the ballot law orders on the ballot but things much more. Foundational to our country on the ballot, not whether America will be more conservative or liberal more Republican or Democrat, more blue or read. It's whether America remains America and the privilege to be there at. Fort Mchenry? Where two hundred and six years ago Americans took their stand defended our nation defended our flag to be able to deliver that message is something I'll cherish the rest of my life. It was it's a special place you you went into the history somewhat.
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Well, just the opposite happened Secretary of Interior Ken? Salazar. He spoke a secretary of Agriculture Tom Bill. Sex spoke secretary, of Education Arne Duncan. Spoke Secretary of Veterans Affairs Ernie Achey also spoke Karen. Mills. Administrator of the US Small Business Administration you know elevated in the an cabin to the cabinet level position the Obama Years Oh that would be media hypocrisy again, the mob lying to you yet. Again, we have ao see saying liberals should take the elephant mascot from the GOP because they are compassionate creatures. But. But but but I don't even know what to say about this madness Democrats are in panic because voters turning away from the left unending violence. Why is Joe Buying? So reluctant because he already adopted the they become the enemy, his words you can run and hide only once he said it, and of course, will redistribute funds elsewhere that would be defunding and Kamla Harris more honest praising. The defunding of the LAPD by one hundred and fifty billion dollars Oh. So now that the can't get Mike Pompeo over speaking at the Convention Susan Rice's saying, well, he's problematic as secretary of state because he's overtly religious. Oh, my goodness you mean, freedom of religion exists in America. It was an interesting New York Post. Sort of water cooler topic as we talk Radio Liberal Democrats more likely to shutdown political talk over disagreement. Yeah. I would say that would that would be true I'd say is probably mainstream. So. It's all at stake and at sixty eight days away, and this is the most important election in our lifetime. This is it. It's all on the line. Care about law and order safety security. Okay. Who who you GonNa vote for who do you trust? You care about lower taxes or high you want higher taxes you want open borders or you want secure borders. You want the United Sanctuary states of America where we're GONNA pay for every illegal immigrants healthcare education et Cetera or do you want people that they get the highly coveted positions? Three Hundred Miles Wall Donald trump built it. was. An. Easy had to go it alone because nobody wanted to help him the same people that were all for it in. Obama's second term that'd be Liberal Democrats vice president pence after the news at the top of the hour. I mean so you have day four. Wow American greatness American exceptionalism. No, we're not a perfect, but we have a constitution that allows us to right wrongs. Correct injustices 'em become a more perfect union and why didn't Joe and and Barack do anything after Ferguson well, the they did have their own justice department exonerate officer Darren. Wilson and at hands up don't shoot never happened. Freddie Gray guess what not one of the cops were ever indicted. I'm sorry wherever found guilty of anything I told you that very early on because I actually did some legwork I knew in. Ferguson. Is that back up. Officer Darren Wilson's claims. Right with Jewell Uva Duke Lacrosse Cambridge Police you name it we're right they're wrong Obama and.
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"You see a party four days of hatred for days of of cult like psychotic rage against all things Donald trump versus a party that showed America and it's and it's it's goodness is greatness. It's exceptionalism and the people that make great were on display every single solitary night they were the real stars of the convention. And you know now now we've got Nancy Pelosi Republicans enemy of the state I. Wouldn't I don't tell don't tell Joe Biden I wouldn't debate donald trump. If I were Biden, we're GONNA get into all of this year. And I will tell you see people from all backgrounds. All races speaking participating at this convention stories. I'm sure many most of you have never heard before now by the way in spite of predictions of twenty, five percent unemployment well, now the unemployment rate is below ten percent I personally did not think jobs would be coming back this quickly came back a lot faster than I thought there was Wall Street Journal piece back to low growth, the impact Joe. Biden's tax plan would be less income across the spectrum and a sluggish economy. Later, we're GONNA play the comments the one, the one decision alone Joe Biden. If you recall remember Joe Biden actually described in detail how you know he would shut down all coal burning plants that he would not only am I not opposed to the new green deal. My plan goes beyond it. You know no new oil drilling or fracking on federal lands. Kamla Harris I would ban fracking. She actually the words. Okay. Let me tell you what that means. Let me interpret that for you. That means the life blood of the world's economy. Now that we are energy independent for the first time in seventy five years that means we now rely again on on countries in the Middle East, many of whom happened to hate our guts and what does that mean they get to charge is pretty much any darn price they want to charge. There's a reason. Now oil prices are so low and and don't think collusion doesn't happen with the Saudis and other countries and Russia. Russia. Yet the hostile nation it is led by the hostile actor. That colluded with Hillary on the dirty Russian dossier full of Russian disinformation that was used the two thousand sixteen election that Russia Putin's Russia at that hostile. That the mob and the media's ignored it's like the dossier never happened. It's like the Russian misinformation never happen. It's just like. A racing subpoenaed emails never happen and deleting them never happened and destroying devices never happened and bleach bit. What is that never heard of it before that's the sick world that the mob and the media would take you in all of this is on the ballot and sixty eight days from today. You know there's a great story where did I see this? I'm.
"vice president" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Well Elaine as of today August eleventh we've learned that Joe Biden has made his selection. It's Comma Harris. Can you comment on that and how that kind of fits into this discussion we've been having about the models of the vice presidency. Well. It's a very much in the partnership moult. There is no need for Joe Biden to pick someone from California. California will go democratic in the fall. I can pretty much say that right now. So it's not a balancing choice in the old fashioned way. Now, there is a little bit of a balancing aspect it in that we are now looking particularly in the Democratic Party at a party that has become very much a party of women and minorities, and in that respect he is playing to an important constituency in the party, but she also is someone who is very much in the partnership model. She is more like Joe, Biden than unlike Joe, Biden. She is somebody who is a sort of center left as Biden. She doesn't have any positions that would be called extreme although the Republicans are doing their darndest to try to turn Joe Biden into a Marxist, which is maybe one of the more ridiculous things I've ever seen in politics, but she really is somebody that's in the partnership model because Biden can trust her. He can trust her instincts to be like his instincts. She is not even logically different from him and I think that that's the essence of the Partnership Mall. One other thing to say about this, this could have been predicted. Remember that Joe Biden himself was chosen in the partnership model you didn't Joe Biden on. The ticket to deliver Delaware to Barack Obama that was going to happen anyway and so by himself was a very loyal help-mates to Obama understood how powerful that could be and clearly wanted to have a vice president who was like him okay and what's going to happen is to be all this fuss because she's woman and she's African American Sarah, but frankly, the bottom line is she's the person he feels most comfortable with and regardless of the fact that she's a woman that she's African American and so I think that that's what we have to bear in mind. All of our recent vice presidents have been in this mold. They've been people that the president himself felt comfortable with and. There was also this criticism that we start hearing about her though as she emerged as a leading contender that during the primaries in one of the debates, she had some pretty pointed words for Joe Biden's track record. But then that struck me in a lot of people also is incredibly sexist that they would charge her with that kind of political rhetoric when we didn't hear that about say George H W Bush when he was running against Ronald Reagan and they got picked to be his vice you got pay listen I mean that episode showed me and Maeve show Joe Biden as well. Is that she? Could do something that's very important for the vice presidential candidate to do she could prosecute. She could make the case she made the strongest case she could against. Joe Biden. Now, in the end, it didn't work right because African American voters new Joe Biden a lot longer frankly than she had and it was not persuasive. But the fact is that she was very pointed at very strong in doing that and I suspect that Joe Biden looked at that and said boy if she turned that against Donald Trump, that can be a real help I suspect is she's going to be a very tough prosecutor of trump. Just looking ahead. Do you expect the partnership model? As we know it now will endure or could there be some new model of how the vice president of the United States relates to the president and to power of the White House. I think it will endure I. Think it is proved. These presidents who had vice presidents who were partners one of the interesting things about them is that the three of them have all been two term presidents. In other words they've done a pretty good job and their partners have helped them. We don't know about trump whether he'll be two terms or not. So this by say, the first three I think the model will endure because I think that the people running for president themselves usually have an understanding of just how big the job has. Gotten and how overwhelming it is I. Remember I went into the White House just several weeks after the president and the vice-president had gone into the White House said, the feeling I had was drinking from a fire hose and I was a PhD in political science with a concentration American government. Al. Gore spent decades in the House and Senate Bill Clinton had been governor of Arkansas for more than a decade in other words even with an awful lot of governmental experience, you're still bit overwhelmed. And, having somebody who can help you with that I think is really valuable. There's element here which we've seen mostly with Hillary Clinton, which is that as we get into an era where first ladies have not been at home with the children but they've actually had careers and sometimes an interest in public policy like Hillary did you've got yet another very trusted person that you can ask to respond to these two and that's what? Clinton. Did with Hillary Clinton I think they need the help in the job, which is why I think the model will persist until it doesn't work politically. Lane I think we'll leave it at that. Thank you for your time and your expertise as always. Thank you for. The book is picking the Vice President. How picking the vice president has changed and why it matters it's available for on Brookings Dot Edu..
"vice president" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"First step. Here's Sarah Bender on what's happening or what's not happening in Congress. I'm Sarah. Bender a senior fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution. We often say that Congress is gridlocked and is getting nothing done that can be an exaggeration because lawmakers can often address small stuff even when the party's deadlock on big problems. But right now in mid August it stalemate all the way round. So what's happening on Capitol Hill? or rather what's not happening in Congress and why not? The looming issue on the table were the parties actually negotiating is one more large scale emergency relief package. Before the November elections what's being called cares two point Oh following the mammoth cares package enacted almost unanimously in late March to address the economic and health crises caused by the spread of the corona. Virus. House Democrats passed a three trillion dollar heroes act in early May with funds to expand many of the more successful programs enacted in the original cares act unemployment benefits, cash payments to individuals, small business loans, grants to state and local governments, money for testing and so forth. In contrast, Senate Republicans took a wait-and-see attitude in may-june in part because the Republican conference was divided on whether Moore aid was needed and probably also because the states that were hit the worst by cove in nineteen word largely blue democratic states until that was no longer the case in July and August when the virus raced through Republican Red States. But. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell from Kentucky couldn't get his Republican colleagues on the same page and cleavages in the Republican conference. Undermine his ability more recently to put a rival one trillion dollar bill on the floor for a test vote. With Democrats pushing for a three trillion dollar heroes package and Republicans in the white. House not willing to come up to two trillion dollars talks broke down. Instead the president signed some executive orders that experts say can't possibly provide relief or hurting Americans nor revived economy or fight the virus. So. What's going on here? Big. Deals only become quote unquote must pass if both parties think they'll pay steep electoral cost for refusing to negotiate the deal. For the Democrats I see three reasons why a deal is must past I, Democrats have strong electoral incentives to act largely because the crisis hits working in middle income Americans. The hardest in those are typically democratic constituencies. Second Emergency Relief is idol logically compatible with Democrats governing philosophy. The government can't solve problems especially in a crisis that requires fiscal action. Third. Democrats remained remarkably cohesive empowering speaker Pelosi to steer the House majority to three. Trillion Dollar Heroes Act. What about the Republicans? Republicans should have an electoral incentive to act and go big their control of the white. House and Senate in the November elections hangs in the balance on the economic recovery which requires the US to tackle the virus. That's largely why I think they will eventually come back to the table to negotiate a deal but Republicans are hamstrung in a couple of ways. I president trump seems to think he can wish away the problem with executive orders and then blamed Democrats when the economy continues to falter. Second. The administration is divided between conservative White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Treasury Secretary Steve. MNUCHIN, who's proven his ability to make deals with the Democrats, both meadows and Mnuchin are in the room trying to negotiate with Democrats and president trump is either uninterested or unable to choose between their two positions. Third Senate Republicans are divided about half are ideologically opposed to spending more federal money on emergency relief. Those Republicans tend to favor higher income constituencies in red states and most of those senators aren't up for reelection but other Senate Republicans support another infusion of emergency relief and especially those Republicans running for reelection in swing states who are at risk of losing their seats to well-funded Democrats. For Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has seated negotiations to the White House probably because Senate Republicans are so divided. He's likely involved behind the scenes but his absence as another element of dysfunction to this impasse. So. What's next will usually the advantage goes to the unified team with a more popular position. In this case, that's really the Democrats they have an incentive not to fold to Republican demands even in the face of a recalcitrant and many say. Republican White House. So stalemate lawmakers are now back home till mid September they could be called back of leaders reach a deal Republicans, may yet realize that winning in November or not getting wiped out requires war congressional. Or maybe not. Of course in September, Congress has to deal with government funding for the coming fiscal year that starts a cup of I. If they don't pass the spending bill, even temporary band aid to fund the Federal Government until after the election if they don't do that the government shutdown on October I, it's possible that cares two point Oh in stopgap government funding will be tied together to become a single bus pass bill in late September but even so economic damage and the virus will continue to surge across the united. States keeping schools closed sports team off the field Americans closed off and the rest of the world and from other. while. We anxiously await for an effective lexi. And now, here's my interview with Elaine, Kmart. Well Elaine welcome back to the Brookings Cafeteria. Thanks for having me for it. So as I mentioned in the introduction, we're here to talk about your new e book just published by Brookings Institution press picking the vice president obviously, it's a super timely book super timely topic. Let's talk in kind of the big picture and the historical picture about the things that you're writing box. Super Fascinating. Can you describe how the founding fathers conceived the Office of the Vice Presidency? Well the founding fathers who were so wise and so many things were pretty naive when it came to the topic of the vice president and that's because they were pretty naive about political parties and so they wrote in the initial constitution at the vice president would be the runner up to the president. Thinking of course that they could maintain the peace in unity they had under George Washington forever. Well, the minute George Washington was no longer president they had a political party system, and so you had a situation where President John Adams had vice president. Thomas Jefferson as his vice president and the two didn't agree on anything Thomas Jefferson spent his vice-presidency building his own political party in order to run against John Adams. So it just didn't work and they quickly changed that so that the president vice president were on the same ticket and they were the same political party. But the second important thing to realize about this is from eighteen thirty, one all the way up until nineteen sixty eight, we nominated our presidential candidates in both parties in conventions and those conventions were composed of. What we would call today's Super Delegates Party Leaders County chairman. State chairman from around the country and they came to the convention city and they actually deliberate it. They didn't have primaries. If there were primaries, they were meaningless. The convention delegates got to the Convention city and they engaged in days sometimes weeks of negotiations. Because that was the way the system worked guess what the biggest prize in the negotiation was to offer somebody the vice presidency, and often they would offer someone the vice presidency in order to get their delegates beyond the ticket and very often this meant that the president and the vice president didn't agree on much. They were from different factions of the party from different parts of the country and so much of our history we had some pretty dysfunctional presidents and vice-presidents. Modest, shot up for listeners that you've written a book about the President Primary. System called presidential primaries and think it's in its third printing. We've done a podcast on it. We email course on it. So that's a fascinating history and contemporary look at the presidential primary process itself that this the vice presidential pick is very much part of to talk about the dysfunction that existed a lot of the times between the president or the presidential nominee in the vice presidential nominee. He talked about some of the examples, the famous examples of sometimes where that Justin work. Yeah well, for instance, one of the famous examples was Theodore Roosevelt and his vice president guide from Indiana and the ticket was famously called the hot tamale the Indiana icicle because the two were so different Teddy Roosevelt's vice president spent most of his time sharing the Senate, which is constitutional duty and undermine everything the Teddy Roosevelt was trying to do the second Roosevelt to have this. Was Franklin Roosevelt whose first vice president was John Nance Garner who also disagreed with much of the new deal and tried to undermine Roosevelt in the Senate. So we've had two examples of vice presidents than if you go back include Thomas, Jefferson, there's three famous examples of vice presidents who not only didn't help the president, but they tried their best to screw up the president was doing..
"vice president" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC
"I've been there because you took me there. Thank you. But what is life? How does life there compared to the White House? It's not exactly as I said tourist destination, but it is. It is an experie-. Unto itself? Well, we drive by it every day, right? To come to DC. It's in this leafy neighborhood in northwest CC'd three miles about three miles from the White House. Like you said, people don't even know it's, there is this beautiful. You know, Queen Anne style house sitting on thirteen acres feels like being on a college campus in a way that the White House obviously does not. When I talked to Barbara Bush, she said that her eight years in the observatory were really magical. It's on one observatory circle. It is actually a naval observatory, and there are towards that go on not of the house itself, but of the observatory where they actually have strana murs. They are calculating distances. It's kind of incredible to have clock in front of it with the actual time the exact time of day that I guess is the time that we shall be going by. And it just feels very private. I mean, you could go out and your. She was saying, you know, you go out and walk your dog at six in the morning, your bathrobe and no one would bother you at the White House. A Staffel. Almost one hundred people are already working. There are members of the media, their secret service's overwhelming people love the observatory. There's a beautiful pool that you know a chain grandchildren, Biden's grandchildren. The quails kids who were, you know, in their middle school, high school years in the gorge Holdren really loved living there because it was so private in it's really beautiful house like you, like you said, I mean, you, it's just a very welcoming homey feel compared to the White House. My ROY Barden likes to joke the one of the best things Dan Quayle did was put in. Yeah, and Biden goes around and like shoots of water spray gun on the, you know he had a lot of fun, but this this dates back to the seventies when it became the official residence. And prior to that vice presidents just live wherever they live. Right right now, some Rockefeller was the first vice president who could have lived in the observatory Gerald Ford's I'm p, but he had so much money. He had this huge estate. Just use the observatory for formal events. The Mondale's where the I actually live there and you know, it's really interesting because I did a book on the resident staff at the White House. I talked to navy stewards who work at the observatory and it is members of the military. It's less than a dozen, whereas the White House, it's a hundred just to give you an idea and these are, you know, they do have cooks there who are in the navy and they're, they're, they're cycled in and out every couple of years and Cheney grew so close to a couple of them that they're actually working for him. Now in his home outside of DC fish stuff. Brower your excellent guest. And you have to say that every day. It's my U2.. It's thinks it's so nice to be able to do this unique opportunity and I'm grateful David. Ask me to sit in and to say that we should do this, which is fun, and it's great to have all of you listening. Hope you enjoyed it. Thank you for tuning into the daily DC. Once again, the book is first in line presidents vice presidents and the pursuit of power, Kate. Thank you so much. Thank you..
"vice president" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC
"Just now change stands out in my mind. As being unique because he made it clear early on that for all the jokes about Cheney really being in charge and that kind of thing. He made it clear that he had no intention or interest in running for president himself, and that's really quite unique in modern politics. I mean, you go backwards. You talk about Mike Pence's aspirations, but we know Joe Biden ran unsuccessfully Al Gore, got the nomination and lost a Ugo backwards. Even Dan Quayle, even after he and President Bush lost reelection Dan Quayle explored running himself later. You keep going back and back everybody at some point, either ran or tried and whatever, but Cheney did not. And I know you also mentioned how the bush-cheney relationship went from good to less than good over the course of those eight years. But that approach being vice-president without that aspirated did that and some ways in power him in a different kind of way you talk about. L. Mondale redefine the job Cheney in his own way. Do that, but by lacking that intention. Oh, absolutely. I think it freedom enormously to just do what he wanted to do and have the influence that he wanted. I mean, at one point, he told Dave Addington who was one of his top staffers at Abington said, you wanna see your polling numbers is in the first term during the Iraq war in said, no, I'm not really interested in the Addington. We'll maybe we should look at them and talk about how they could be better. And Cheney was like, I don't care. And even at one point, he talked to Bush about dropping him and I asked him about it. Yes, he did. And he said, if you need to let me go, it's fine. You know. And I believe I don't think that he's lying about that. I think he would have just stepped aside and you know, let whoever came and went and actually Bush recommended that his father for Bush forty one drop Quayle replace Quayle with Cheney. So. So during the reelection campaign. So the idea of just being willing to step away from that, but I was really stuck struck when I talked to Cheney about how angry he still was about scooter Libby and the pardon. And there was just so much bad blood there over those eight years, I didn't realize that he would still be holding onto that one. He did, which I have to think had something to do with his relationship with Mike Pence and his influence on this administration. Cure talk fairly frequently have been books about this, but the ex presidents and their come rotary or the president's club. You mentioned Allah and you write about in the book about how Biden and Pence talk fairly regularly. Tell us more about that. And do you have any sense that any of the others talk with any frequency as the is there that same ongoing dynamic you mentioned as well Mondale being consulted, but is that kind of a one offered? Is that continue? Well, I think for Pence, inviting, especially interesting because of bomb in Trump's don't talk at all. So the only connection to the past ministration is really between the vice presidents and Penn Biden speak at least once a month. Biden told me in Pence's office did not dispute that. They talk mostly about foreign affairs. Biden's still talks to key people like the king of Jordan still very much a player, and I'm he wants to be seen as one too because he's obviously looking into running in twenty twenty. But I think there is commodity there. I mean, you know, I can't think of a past vice president of the six interviewed who does not have some relationship except for Al Gore. With the current administration. I mean, Quayle has talked to Pence Cheney obviously, Mondale even. So I think there's an ability of the vice presidents and you bring up an interesting point to maybe move beyond partisan politics in a way that presidents, we'll talk about the house. We talked about all the players in the and the people who've had the job. But I feel like it's something that people don't know too much about and even if you're visiting Washington as a tourist, you very well could zip right by the house and not even know it. It doesn't have quite the same presence as the White House does for the president, but it is the official vice presidents residents and you've been there..
"vice president" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC
"No, I know you wanna turn to like l. bridge, Gary and Hannibal Hamlin, and some of them are green. Okay. They will skip past. Okay. Historically, going back century more IT's because you know very early on in book. There's very cutting comments about this job, a bucket of insert bodily fluid here or the equivalent of death, but but it struck me that all the modern ones that you talk to and we should note here the talk to all six former vice presidents. They all had largely positive things to say about the experience. It felt like it was a net positive experience for them. None of them had such cutting thing to say it was the worst thing that ever happened me or anything like that, and but I wanted to ask you do one or two of them stand out to you even among that group as a specially loving the job, loving the role. A good question. I was going to say, Dan Quayle said, you know, of all the vice presidents, I talked to, he was the one that was the most maligned. In the role and he's, he was even happy to have done it. And he said, you know, I didn't get the brass ring, but I came as close as I would ever get to it and it's really not a bad thing to have on your headstone. You know that you were vice president of the United States. And I think a lot of them recognized that I think Cheney in that first term really did enjoy it. I think the way it ended for Al Gore really colored his view of it. I think he would have said if the two thousand election have ended the way it did that he especially enjoyed it. You know, George H W Bush became president because of his vice presidency for eight years. Ronald Reagan, and I think that he's somebody who especially enjoyed the role was very good at it because he had this experience. He had so much experience in government by that point, and he seemed to be not upset about being deferential. You know, I had asked if he could recount his proudest moment is vice president. And he simply said, history will have to judge that. And I think that says a lot about him. And then he also recounted a story. Favorite stories vice president was after Reagan, had been shot. He went to visit him at the hospital, and Reagan was on his hands in knees cleaning up a spill of water, and he didn't want the nurse to have to do it. And I just thought, I mean, that's incredible story in it says so much about Ronald Reagan. But it also says a lot about George H W Bush that he would not take credit for anything and be okay with that. Now, of course, he went onto become president job done in a century and a half, actually giving elected straight out of being vice president since Martin van Buren when he won. He said it's been a long time, Marty, you know? So yeah, he did something incredible. I think what's really interesting is Mike Pence says, George h.w Bush is his favorite vice president. And I think part of that is because of what Bush was able to accomplish also about his perception of the relationship that Bush had with Reagan. Is it somewhat? I think so. I mean, a lot of people. Well, in the Trump administration like to look at Donald Trump as being similar to Ronald Reagan. I mean, I don't. I, you know, they like to see him as an outsider in the same way. Reagan was, although Reagan was governor of California. So it's an insert of a huge personality in the way that Ronald Reagan was. So they liked to compare him to that, so it makes sense that Pence with compare himself to his vice president Joe Biden. Now, the perception of Joe Biden was that he reveled being vice president. He always had presidential aspirations so, but is it your sense that he talks quite a bit about his relationship with President Obama, but when it comes to the actual role, is it your reporting having talked him after he left the job that he it, it ended up being what he wanted to be..
"vice president" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC
"Hello, everybody and welcome to the daily DC. I'm Brooke brower managing editor for CNN politics. David challen. Your favorite political director is off and we still have David's favorite thing of the week, the Friday feature and this week it is a special feature for me because we're going to talk to the person who probably is my favorite guest ever. Even though this will be the first time that she is a guest with me on the program. It is none other than Kate Anderson brower author of first in line presidents vice presidents and the pursuit of power. Hi, Kate. Hi, Harry kid, of course, is my wife and CNN contributor and author as well of the number one New York Times best over the residents as well as a seller for swimming about all the first ladies. But this book is about the vice presidency and we learn a lot in this book. And I want to start with a little news because much. Reaction this week to President Trump's performance in Helsinki with Vladimir Putin and where Trump pit his own intelligence team against Putin's denials. There's been a lot that develop through the course of the week as fall out from that. But you wrote a piece for CNN this week about the tense dynamic in particular between the president and Dan Coats is director of national intelligence who did something unusual writing statement, reasserting the intelligence communities assessment that he didn't clear through the White House. So it kind of added on top of that tension from other president said, and I bring all of this up because it relates vice President Mike Pence, and how Pence convince coats to take this job in the first place. And I thought I wanted to start there and get you to tell us more about that and what it tells us more broadly about the role that Mike Pence plays in Donald Trump's presidency? Well, I think it says a lot about Mike Pence that he surrounded himself with friends from Indiana. Dan Coats, of course, was a Senator. Oh, from Indiana, who was very close to Mike Pence. And Mike Pence is also close to Mike Pompeo secretary of state, but then the director brought him in and his relationship with Dan Coats has been long standing for years. And when I interviewed deny coats director of national intelligence, he said that he wouldn't have taken the job if it were not for Mike Pence asking to take the job, and I was surprised in December of twenty seventeen. So last year when I talked to him, I was surprised by that because you can't really imagine another. Let's say John Kerry when he was secretary of state during the Obama years, taking the job because Joe Biden, it asked him to usually there's a reverence for the president. You take the job because of the president, and because you are so proud and excited to do this and be part of this administration. And I felt that within coats it was something he was reluctant to do. He wanted to retire. He was ready to leave DC any came back because Mike Pence asked him to and he felt he had to. To, I think you see this will allot of the elder statesman. Like Jim Mattis whose Defense Secretary, they feel that they have to be part of this administration because they have experience. They can help guide a very inexperienced President Donald Trump, whether you love him or hate him doesn't have a lot of experience in government. Do you think the data day from your reporting is it is Pence his relationship with other people in the administration as central as as the president's own? Yes. I think that he is a very powerful vice president, but I don't think that he is on par with someone like Dick Cheney during Bush's first term simply because Donald Trump is this just larger than life personality and will not delegate that much authority. He will not allow Pence to take credit for things for instance than the vice president is surrounded by people who very smartly, keep him insulated from a lot of the gossip. And I think also it keeps him away fr-. From anything that would anger the president. For instance, when he attacks reform was pushed through, he played a huge role in that going up to congress, almost daily at one point in talking to Paul, Ryan and others we've close to and they never wanted to credit for any of it because they didn't want to anger the president..
"vice president" Discussed on Civics 101
"But even the vice president's beginning with nixon till nelson rockefeller are often were kept out of the major meetings when lyndon johnson would have his meetings to decide strategy on the warned vietnam he rarely invited vice president hubert humphrey to attend those meetings uh johnson often wasn't included in the in a president kennedy's inner circle so it really is just been with the mondale vice presidency the vice presidents have routinely been included in the president's inner circle and that's a practice that has been followed for more than forty years three democratic administrations and four republican administrations and so it seems to be enduring a quite different than what we see in veep or in some of the other shows like west wing for instance the vice president was always a treated sort of very marginally given the evolution of the role of the vice president what do you think it is going to be going forward i think that the model that was created by carter and mondale and now has been followed on a bipartisan basis um i think is likely to endure the practices that they began which have been repeated his head sort of a sticky quality and the fact that other administrations have followed this idea of the vice president is part of the inner circle in the white house i think in part his been because the model works and a particularly works where the vice president is enable person who develops and sustains a strong relationship with the president and the other people around him or her so i think that as long as we continue to have abel vice presidents as long as they're attentive.
"vice president" Discussed on Civics 101
"The job has really evolved over the years of from a constitutional standpoint the vice president has two duties one to preside over the senate and the other is as you say to be a heartbeat away from the president to step in if something happens to the president in actual elodie the vice president almost never presides over the senate anymore and although on nine occasions vice presidents have succeeded to the presidency that doesn't happen that often either in recent years though the office has become a very important part of the executive branch and really part of the president's inner circle and so the vice president functions is sort of a across the board adviser for the president in a troubleshooter for him this is constitutionally handed down that the vice president is the president of the senate so that has always been so since the beginning of the republic that's right the constitution provides that the vice president is the president of the senate and that uh he or she can cast a vote to break any thai does the vice president vote in every bill or just when there is a tie vicepresident only two vote when there's a thai usually the vice president doesn't preside over the senate he or she will only show up to preside over the senate for ceremonial occasions or when they think that there might be a thai based on projections that they of so for instance vice president pence cast the tiebreaking vote to confirm secretary devoss issa secretary of education.
"vice president" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Is just solace we listening to the interview i recorded with former vice president joe biden in front of an audience at why why we'll hear more after a break this is fresh air thanks for listening to fresh air here's another npr podcast to check out planet money they're always looking at the business and economics of really interesting stories like why open offices took off and why there terrible and why there aren't a lot of women in tak you can find planet money on npr one or wherever you get your podcasts dealer that of people in america call your local joe word i i really great for a whole lot of makes me feel really owe but um but will or what i've found is terry that dumb i learned how to become the most popular politicians who merck announce you're not running for president it'd be authentic because i think people are looking for today is someone they can look at and say this guy this woman is gracefully telling me the truth not being bitter not being a obnoxious but said this is where i stand this is why stand here and this is what i believe if i heard you correctly said it the way to become a popular politician is to say you're not running for president helps so did you just say you're not running for president let me be completely share with you know i have a bad habit of answering questions straightforwardly.