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"vicente fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And after Reagan you write about how the bushes were seen as really being welcoming of Latinos, Latino Republicans. Between 4008 really looked to George W. Bush as the answer to a lot that had Been wrong with the party in the 19 nineties, when the party kind of tact right on immigration. And there was a lot of news coming out of California about proposition 1 87. And then how that long would get Replicated in other states across the country than President Bill Clinton, a Democrat, signed the very harsh immigration bill in 1996 that was really championed by Newt Gingrich's Republican Congress. I'm talking about the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act, and these were taken is really bad signs for the status of Latino Republicans within the Republican Party. So then, when George W. Bush came along and Promised moderation and compassionate conservatism and cooperation with Vicente Fox and His presidency was seen as a moment of great inclusion for Latino Republicans. But I think in retrospect you know, standing from where we are in 2020. I don't think you can. Understand the bush years as anything but a blip an eight year kind of respite from what has been a quarter century of pretty divisive immigration and border politics..

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"vicente fox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 11 months ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So the Immigration Reform Control Act is the beginning of a kind of cleaving between the Republican Party and Hispanic Republicans. Or I should say just a much more fraught. Relationship, You know, I think one way of narrating the history of the Republican Party since the 19 seventies is the kind of increasing tension between Nativist wing of the party and the wing of the party that argues for greater inclusion. Alright, so there's tension, but for a long time, it seems like the native ist wing of the party is not winning. And after Reagan you write about How the bushes were seen as really being welcoming of Latinos, Latino Republicans between 2000 and 2008 really Look to George W. Bush as the answer to a lot that had been wrong with the party in the 19 nineties, when the party kind of tact right on immigration and There's a lot of news coming out of California about proposition 1 87 and then how that law would get replicated in other states across the country. Then President Bill Clinton, a Democrat, signed Very harsh immigration bill in 1996 that was really championed by Newt Gingrich's Republican Congress. I'm talking about the illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act, and these were taken is really bad signs for the status of Latino Republicans within the Republican Party's so then when George W. Bush came along and Promised moderation and compassionate conservatism and cooperation with Vicente Fox and His presidency was seen as a moment of great inclusion for Latino Republicans. But I think in retrospect you know, standing from where we are in 2020. I don't think you can. Understand the bush years as anything but a blip an eight year kind of respite from what has been a quarter century of pretty divisive immigration and border politics..

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One hundred hundred stocks in Europe are higher. The dollar is stronger treasury yields are steady as investors await the may jobs report and more on that in just a moment. First, though the latest developments on trade, the US, and Mexico resumed talks today with vice President Mike Pence sang tariffs will be imposed Monday. If a deal can't be reached on immigration. President Trump is toughening his rhetoric on the matter. In an interview with Fox News. They need us. They stole thirty two percent of our car business with NAFTA. The stupidest at one of the truly stupid deals of our time and former Mexican President Vicente FOX weighed in on the issue in an interview with Bloomberg who's block maybe Mexico because he cleaned have not done. Our job on the migration issue. If it's incredible that you mix both issues that they have nothing to do with each other by year. He blackmails Mexico when this meanwhile, People's Bank of China governor, Ye gong says his country can take steps if the trade war with the US deepens overnight, he spoke exclusively with Bloomberg his first-ever broadcast interview with international media. We have tremendous rule if something bad happening, our money, three policy could act in a right direction. The room for adjustment is tremendous. Governor years scheduled to meet with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin this weekend at the g twenty finance ministers summit in Japan. Two hours from now the US government issues, the employment report for may economist forecast job, growth, slowed with payrolls, rising by one hundred seventy five thousand Bloomberg's Vinny Del Jude is reports. In April, America's economy added two hundred thirty six thousand jobs, the most since January for payroll growth that may be this year's high watermark. It's forecast to slow doing parts of the impact of White House. Tariffs data on retailing manufacturing and construction are also flashing warning songs then heat, don't shoot iceberg daybreak. All right, Vinnie, thank you. And the stakes are high for beyond meat investors this morning. The stock, which has quadrupled since last month's IPO is up another twenty six percent in early trading poised for a record after its sales outlook topped analysts estimates futures. This morning are higher s and p futures up nine and a half points. Dow futures up eighty two NASDAQ futures up thirty two the Dax in Germany up eight tenths percent. Ten year treasury down three thirty seconds two point one two percent. The yield the yield on the two year one point eight seven percent. Nymex crude oil up one point one percent or fifty eight cents at fifty three seventeen of barrel straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. And this is Bloomberg. Karen, thank you to six thirty three on Wall Street, and Michael Barr has more on what's going on around the world. Good morning. Michael. Good morning. Nathan President Donald Trump said Republicans who criticized potential tariffs on Mexico should be ashamed of themselves for undercutting the US negotiating position, President, Trump speaking with Fox News bristled at criticism of his threat to apply. Five percent tariffs on all imports from Mexico starting Monday. They shouldn't have to walk through Mexico..

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're wearing very cool. Beatles tie. Well, you know, it's the same era for whatever. That's, that's right. Yellow it's the most zen song, I could think of and for the chart today is how investors kind of finding Zan now what I mean by that. Looking at report yesterday from Sean Darby, who's chief global strategist at Jeffries, and he was pointing back to March when the yield on ten year treasury notes fell below the three month Bill so you start talking about inverted yield curve. The best performing types of stocks in the US market, or what he called low beta stocks. In other words, shares don't move much when the market swings now nother sort of way to approach that same idea is to look at low volatility stocks that just don't move very much period. There's actually an index of one hundred stocks, the S and P five hundred are the least vowel. And so what I did was compare that, with the S and P five hundred just to see how that the has been playing out. And as it turns out. I mean it's showed some renewed straight just this week, you saw the highest reading, for ratio of this Lovato Deon next to the S and P five hundred since August twenty sixteen. So, you know, you're going back close to three years. And you look last October and ratio below level since two thousand eight so it's been a gradual process really stalled out the end of last year. You know after stocks hit bottom and lately, just in the past few weeks, kind of picked up some strength again. So, you know, it's something to watch in terms of investors, as I put it finding Zan looking for perhaps ways to hide out and stay in stocks at the same time, the way to void the kind of Allah, totally that we've seen lately, at least as much as possible. More folks, semi mail chart desperation goes with it, and everything I do going forward, the Email addresses Di w-. Wilson Bloomberg dot net. That's dwilson Bloomberg dot net Davis. And thank you so much back, a little bit later on with his stock the day while we got Google doing a deal to expand to the clad. We've got big tech big time are and arm. That is the antitrust onslaught geared to gaze here with us tech reporter. He's been covering all let's start with little dealmaking here. Garrett Google doing a two point six billion dollar deal company called looker. It's a cloud effort. What's going on? Yeah. So looker is kind of small company, sort of provide some tools that help you visualize data that you store in the cloud, and I think a lot of people have been looking at at Google cloud. Now run by Thomas came in number from oracle to be doing some big acquisitions, right? I mean, there's sort of the sense from some people that they miss out on get hob. Maybe they miss out on on red hat, and they need to grow. They need to find a way to get to the next level and people want them to do aquisitions. And I talked to Thomas this morning and two point six billion dollars nothing but. When you compare it to those other acquisitions, it's a bolt on its sort of okay, it's a nice little product, you can add in cell, and he said, look, obviously, people have been asking me this question, he said, many, many people have been asking us this question about when are you going to big acquisition when you're going to big acquisition? Of course, he didn't tell me or even what his real strategy would be kind of gleaning from that conversation. You said this product in particular, is something that his customers were already using. So I think you might see Google do more of these kind of smaller ones to beef up their offering, but not sure about a big one is the cloud business for Google. This is one hundred thirty two billion dollar expected sales for twenty nine thousand nine hundred because cloud now in terms of their business. Yeah. I mean overall, it's not a like obviously moves the needle, but it's still small in comparison to the core. Search business which as we saw last quarter has, you know, growth is slowing down there. Maybe that was a blip. Maybe there was a mistake there that they've tied up. We'll see. But at the end of the day, they there's urgency on cloud. Right. And you can see about their executive sw. Is that they're thinking that too, and they're trying to figure out how to grow faster says speaking of urgency before we let you go US anti-trust headed their way. US tech seems to be saying big Tex saying, bring it on. Yeah. I mean I it's been interesting because the, the actual investigations, we're not sure what exactly is going on the companies haven't commented because I think they don't want to sort of confirm things that haven't actually been considered by the government, but they are they have been gearing up for this kind of thing for a long time. And I think in Google particular. I mean they've been fighting antitrust battles for years right in the US. And then, of course in Europe. So this isn't their first rodeo. But of course, this is their home country. The seems more real than the kind of rhetoric. So we'll see what happens. Well, and it'll be interesting to see, you know, we've been talking a lot about the history of tech and antitrust Microsoft, obviously, and that that'll really changed the landscape back in the nineties really gave us begat a lot of what we're dealing with today. Garrett to being tech reporter for Bloomberg. Joining us here in our Bloomberg interact. Shipbroker studio, busy guy. He's by going on certainly when it comes to the world of technology. Hey, quick, check on the markets. And we have taken another leg higher here that may have something to do with that headline coming out of Washington, that talks trade talks with Mexico giving it more time before the imposition of tariffs. So definitely we're seeing a rally underway. You are listening to Bloomberg radio. Let's get some world. National headlines now for that we go to Bob moon. Hit up. Thank you. Jason just hours after President Trump had declared himself happy with the threat of tariffs against Mexico over the continued flow of illegal migrants. People familiar with the matter till Bloomberg the US is now considering a delay as time for a deal run short Trump said the terrorists will be acted on Monday. Former Mexican President Vicente FOX told Bloomberg today, the terrace make no sense. He's black maybe Mexico because. Our job migration issue. If incredible that you make both issues that they have nothing to do with each other. Well, some familiar with the medicine delay is possible. When US officials said the most likely outcome is that the tariff goes into effect, but the US negotiators recognized that Mexico is taking the talk seriously and the duties could be short-lived. President Trump said he'll decide whether to enact tariffs on Chinese imports at the end of the month. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports the price of soybeans has dropped twenty percents. It's the number one market, China cut back on imports from the United States. The retaliatory step fettered, Mike rounds of South Dakota said in a Bloomberg interview I have really uncomfortable feelings with cover being able to come to an agreement with China. They are absolutely seeing us as a competitor, and they threat I am not up to mystic. They want things to be China Centric. Mexico's the number one market for corn exports Senate around surge the president. To make distressed farmers whole as they bear, the brunt of to trade wars in Washington, Irv Chapman, Bloomberg radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Bob moon..

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I'm Amy Goodman with Ron Gonzales. We end today show with the trial of walking Chapo Guzman. Notorious Mexican drug kingpin who has been on trial in New York City for eleven weeks. Federal jury headed into deliberations yesterday after more than two hundred hours of testimony at the federal district court in Brooklyn revealed the inner workings of the Sinoloa cartel. The major drug trafficking organization run by El Chapo, fifty six. Witnesses took the stand with stories of murder violence spying widespread corruption and even one tale of the drug Lord escaping arrest in two thousand fourteen by climbing naked through a sewer alongside a former lover Chapo faces ten charges, including leading the criminal enterprise and could receive life in prison in the United States. If convicted before being extradited to the US was mon- had escaped from jail. In Mexico twice. More than a dozen of his former associates struck deals to cooperate with US. Prosecutors who say goose mom traffic, tons of cocaine heroin marijuana and meth. Methamphetamines into the United States. Over two decades. The trial has implicated the Mexican government and the cartels corruption was one witness alleging that former Mexican president got NATO accepted, a one hundred million dollar bribe from drug traffickers NATO has denied the claim the trial concludes as President Trump continues to call for a wall on the US Mexico border, which he claims will help combat drug trafficking. However, several former Sinoloa cartel members testified during the trial, they primarily smuggle drugs through the legal ports of entry and trucks cars, trains, and fishing boats. US government data also shows most of the hard narcotics seized by customs and border protection. Come at legal ports of entry not from people trying to secretly cross the southern border. Well for more. We're joined by guests. Chapeau sensational trial is obscuring the truth about the so-called war on drugs Christie Thornton is an assistant. Professor sociology and Latin American studies at Johns Hopkins University her recent article and Jacob Ben is headlined, El Chapo, and the narcos spectacle. And its she writes Chapas trial is quote, a last gasp effort to salvage the reputation of failing war that's cost hundreds of thousands of lives. Professor thornton. We'll come back to democracy. Now talk about the revelations in the trial, and how you feel they've been misrepresented or distorted by the media. Well, I think it's a really interesting question in the early parts of the trial. We saw a situation in which both the prosecution that is the US government and the judge really worked hard to try and keep evidence of the US government's complicity with the Sinoloa cartel and its activities out of the courtroom over the course of the trial itself. Many of the documents that reveal some of those communications between for instance, the DA and the lawyers for El Chapo, and the Sinoloa organization have come out have been unsealed. And that's largely thanks to the really. Diligent work of journalists such as those from the vice news and from the New York Times who've worked really hard to get that information out from under seal. But one of the important things is that it was made very clear to the jurors who now are entering their second day of deliberation that as the prosecution put it the US government is not on trial. The Mexican government is not on trial. They are there to decide the guilt of El Chapo. And so these questions about the complicity of US government actors the complicity of Mexican government actors, those are sort of off the table. And that is I think a much broader question than the one that's being considered by the jury right now as we speak in that courtroom, and in Brooklyn Christie Thornton, what are some of those revelations in terms of the complicity of the United States with with the cartel. Yeah. There things that will not be a surprise to people who have been Mexico watchers their things that have been revealed in the Mexican media, particularly by the investigative journalists Annabel Hernandez for some time. We know for inst-. Lawyers for the organization met with the DA over a period of more than a decade. And agreed to give information about rival traffickers. The question that arises is whether those agreements to provide information on rival organizations also included promises of immunity from prosecution and one of the main cooperating witnesses of the Zomba family who is the son of the partner of and chapeau the son of L, Maya samba testified and he was under the impression when he was finally arrested that he'd been given immunity from the DA the courts and the DA denied this. They said that that had never been the case. But in the course of making that argument it was entered into the court record. These documents that show that Sinoloa lawyers were meeting with the DA for more than a decade from at least two thousand five twenty fifteen and so in that way. US officials have been very much aware of the trafficking activities. Now there have. Mexican investigations published that allege essentially that the allowed Sinoloa to continue its activities as long as it was providing information on rival kinds of drug trafficking organizations that is that remains unclear but those allegations were out there and were stricken from the record that the jury will see and so that won't be part of the case against the chapel. But it's definitely part of the context here. And that's in addition, of course, to the vast collaboration with aspects of the Mexican state the federal security forces local security forces and this allegation and all the way up to the presidency itself. And those allegations if true would not be the first time because decades ago when the drug war was focused on Columbia. They were all Gatien's back, then that US government officials cooperated more with the Cali cartel as long as they were able to go after the Medellin cartel and Pablo Escobar, so there's always sort of been a seems a history of US drug enforcement agencies seeking to play one cartel off against another in this so-called war on drugs. Yeah. I think that's really important. And the reason that that's the case is because the prosecution strategy in a case like this is to prove a conspiracy. So they are trying to prove a conspiracy to traffic drugs to commit murder all of the various charges and in order to prove that can conspiracy. They have to build a case about the structure of these cartels to come up with the story about the structure of these cartels that they are verdict. Integrated that there is a kingpin at the top the idea that they take out the kingpin, they will decapitate the organization and therefore make it no longer function that whole story comes from that prosecutorial strategy. And so we see the intelligence gathering right aligned to that strategy. And that tells a particular kind of story about drug trafficking about how drugs are moved into the United States that I think actually completely obscures what modern day drug trafficking. Looks like we're not talking about the kind of vertically integrated family Al Capone structures that we get from mafia stories anymore. We haven't said these very flexible ad hoc networks that are able to come together and come apart based on market opportunities and threats, and so we really see a kind of Neo liberal just-in-time organization of these drug trafficking organizations that just doesn't comport with this prosecutorial strategy that revolves around the kingpin and the conspiracy. So in order to prove the case, they have to continue to tell an outdated story about how drugs. Trafficking works and in order to make that case they have to do this kind of intelligence gathering that gives them a story that they need in order to get a conviction. According to one of the witnesses who testified at El Chapo trial. Former Mexican president Rick opinion, yet accepted one hundred million dollar bribe from drug traffickers, the allegation coming from former associated El Chapo, the Colombian drug Lord Alex appointees via has not responded to claim, but has previously denied charges of corruption. What's your response to this? Well, you know, it's hard to know if this bribe actually happened there have been allegations that Mexican presidents have been on the payroll of this drug trafficking organization for decades now when El Chapo escaped from federal prison, supposedly being wheeled out in a laundry cart, the investigative journalists. Annabel Hernandez says that the former president under the pond Vicente Fox he knew about this. He authorized this this release. So allegations. Against going all the way up to the Mexican president are something that have been a part of the drug war since it really began. And so that in itself is not especially surprising. The question is what it says about the structure of the cartel. The defense for El Chapo has tried to make the case that it was not as Chapo who gave this bribe. But because if he did that then obviously it didn't work he was captured and extradited, but instead El Chapo is partner at Maya samba who is still at large who has never been imprisoned. And that is noteworthy according to the defense of El Chapo, if this one hundred million dollar bribe to the Mexican president did indeed happen. It's noteworthy that the other partner in this drug trafficking organization is still at large is still theoretically in charge of the organization and still trafficking drugs. And what do you make of the fact that the chapel's attorneys mounted virtually no defense other than the cross examining the prosecution witnesses. It was a record short defense portion of this trial. Yeah, it was a very lopsided defense portion of the trial after you said after about three months of the prosecution laying out their case, we got basically a day of testimony in the defense with the case that the defense is really trying to make is that as Chapo is not sort of the singular kingpin of the cinema cartel that he is one in a group of people who have led this drug trafficking organization, and that in fact, he has been set up by his partner mile samba to sort of take the fall, and so in the closing arguments, we saw and chapel was lawyer make this argument again, and again almost to the point of reproach from the judge because this case also relies on he very much intimated things about the cooperation between the Mexican government, the US government, and the Sinoloa organization that rely on the fact that L Myo is still out there at large. And so that has very much been the strategy of the chapel is defense to just say. He's not the only kingpin. He's not the only guy there at the top you shouldn't let him take the fall for this broader sort of structural set of circumstances that involve both governments and other traffickers instant Aloha during the trial. The jury her testimony blaming El Chapo sons for the murder of the Mexican journalists. Heavier Valdez who died in may of two thousand seventeen after who is dragged out of his car and shot twelve times less than a block from the office of the newspaper. He co founded in the Mexican state of Sinoloa a former Lieutenant in the Loa drug cartel, testified at El Chapo trial. That does was murdered after he ignored death threats by Chapa sons against publishing an interview in March of two thousand seventeen after one of his colleagues was assassinated have evolved as said, quote, let them kill us. All if that's the death sentence for reporting, this l this hell, no to silence all days would be assassinated, just two months later. Chris is among he's among this whole group of journalists who have lost their lives in Mexico..

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Cnbc, Tom Busby and Elon Musk discussed on America in the Morning

America in the Morning

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Cnbc, Tom Busby and Elon Musk discussed on America in the Morning

"People who get it twenty after cnbc's tom busby has business news good morning good morning john could it be sabotage tesla ceo elon musk sending an alarming email to all is employee following the fourth fire in four years reported in the paint department at the automakers fremont california assembly plant it took place on sunday he wants to know on wall street the dow now on a fifth day in a row of losses was down another hundred points yesterday that's on worries about a trade war with china meantime home builder sentiment now with the lowest level of the year because of a trade dispute with canada canadian lumber prices have added nine thousand dollars to the cost of a new home this year former mexican president vicente fox a marijuana legalization advocate just joined the board of directors at high times magazine geico insurance it's owned by warren buffett's company berkshire hathaway creating five hundred jobs at.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Not buying the drugs wouldn't that help that's not a conversation that's going to go very well in prison circumstances and and the violence is is extremely serious just a quick thought on this one to return to the fact that the next mexican president will have to deal with donald trump once they get past the sort of beating up on trump for electoral purposes what is the best way forward for a mexican president who obviously for whom i think the relationship is going to be more troublesome than pretty much any other will lead is something to be said for just going full vicente fox being of course the fulmer president of mexico who regularly makes much praised in much enjoyed online at pierce's just calling donald trump names i mean i i'm very reluctant to give advice to any politically to have to deal with president as matt cohen has has has demonstrated he's unpredictable that if you come up to donald trump he bites you head off just as much as if you take him on i think makes icho clearly the the the trump does did more or less unite the four candidates and i think that mexican president who dealt with trump who stood up to trump might be doing economic home but would do himself you know politically would be advantageous i think he has to deal with him with kid gloves but he trump is so unpredictable who am i to predict i mean we're not dealing with somebody who's who's totally predictable put is that okay well we will take a short break now you're listening to madari house with me andrew malone with isabel hilton and i've agape coming up next meet italy's new prime minister.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"But you know i just don't don't you think i mean speaking as the senior citizen prison mr president i don't show she said always right you at you weren't here than i don't know if the secrets time for the baby boomers to step aside yes don't you think it's time quote clinton and joe biden and hillary clinton and donald f trump they should could the please thank you for your service could you go home and what are the plots yes i two two the onto your post to visit what's happening across the country is a whole new kind of person is running for office that are all kinds of people would never run for office before a lot of them are women that were running for office very much like flipping seats which are safe in the other direction you know i think that but younger generation of different people running for office not these tired old farts i was not advocating for go clinton to run for president i'm just saying that the democrats have an interesting way they handle their own internal problems which is the opposite of the republic it's because they still wheel old man bush out member david copperfield but i think the grass roots interesting right now you know because yes happening at the grassroots is something different that may be where the hope lies in this milk this book let's bunk one or your book is buck yeah you forgot about your back.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"But what should the democrats do i mean some on the left say it's a waste of time to go after the white working class but you know in 2016 44 percent the voters white non college thirty percent white college so you know i'm no paul manafort or anything good liz i dunno walkin closet fuller pinky ring literally ted but i can figure out that you can't ignore 44 percent of the population in the executive great experience in latin america we went all along the 20th century in cancelled the data's authoritarian regimes corruption democracy was not there what are you going for edelman innovation was not there now we can see the gene you so people than i this president new year i mean with what we have been locked in america for the so why these to do because something has to be done and one thing to do is to put in front of him a congress that has majority on the opposition this is the formula we fund died in mexico for the fact that you can uk speaking him of course shamkhan best the gate him here in this nation boatswain destroyed what he'd hostage but that's what i'm trying to get at his howard democrats going to win this next election now things look pretty good because they flip thirty seats but in the obama years they lost a thousand state seats state legislature seats that's a lot so there's a long way to go and this week i saw on the news that bill clinton is now for bolton on the campaign trail he's too toxic because of of harassment allegations in the past i mean it was only 2012 where he was these start the convention number the 2012 convention obama called on the explainer in chief eavesdrop was and all the stats that he was uh and now nobody wants to be near him now maybe that's right because of his allegations but that's exactly what happened in two thousand alghoul or wouldn't go near bill clinton remember the blow job i can't be associated with the blow job and look how well that turned.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Round of applause crowded in some to lose other is good news ladies and gentlemen this horrible week gon some jungles lobbying crease you gordon to the model money for them criminals into government right will pay taxes and this is the difference sitting on your side with chapel was man or sitting here with farmers businessman that are today running that new industry this is the big than we want to change it mexico moving from crowned from killings from all these young kids dying in mexico streets into a new industry and this is what will happen pretty soon in mexico in it's happening here for okay era fowler fowler of american politics and i know you to our let me throw out to this whole panel some stats that i find amazing trump forty one percent approval rating even after all the bigotry and the insane tweets in the treason uh here's more this is politico morning console pole national security the party ignoring the russian meddling republicans lead democrats forty six to thirty three on immigration they lead forty three to thirty seven on the economy they leapt forty five to thirty six jobs they lead i i i don't get it i is it the is it the double democrats so lame that they can't sell their program or is it people just don't pay attention or both i think as people have just completely stopped believing the truth it just completely stop believing what the here and you could say to them anything and if it happens to coincide with the prejudice system they will accept it if not not and that's why seems to like trump's numbers have stayed roughly speaking the same for a year they've been down to thirty eight they've been up to forty one but there's like 40 percent of america but the truth softening has been going on in our social lives for a long time i mean i've heard over a longtime p that's my truth in our and i always think yes but then there's no truth we still have that i hope.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Who yes you did i have it right here and put this is kind of a trend because a trump of kim jongun fat and little man and rocket men in that game calls him a doter did that not in the philippines do tart day he called obama son of horror and what's coming on with world leaders that used to be cohen now it's general in fuck illinois once from what some big the mission theaters we orders react in speak about this sad the recite event in florida this days when you speak out over the white house this grace violent language were you this creamy when you're out of racist rent that's what you get that's what you get with need harmony we need lob we need copy communities in those concepts bunker model his mouth what comes saddled his mouth what you said however um and the wall you're going to pay in a lump sum a ruler comments let me after repeated so let me ask you about drugs are you holding no the two the violence in mexico is off the charge twenty nine thousand i think was the figure i read last year put that a monster those deaths are because of a drug war which is fueled by the united states as we are the customers yes and also probably they get the guns to do the killing in this kind of these yes i had to come through seattle i was main speaker at this global conference around guy let these drugs cannibus yes sir.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"You know it had to miss adjusted it's a just for too long to but republicans loves to throw that word a democratic wanted another thing were to rules they get to say impeachment we don't if this isn't appeasement i don't know what is in a bit for someone of my age which you are older younger but vastly my age the idea that the republicans or four the russians and the democrats are for the fbi the chris it is if you say exactly it's the world upside he's like you say please bring back mitt romney how did that happen i remember what we were abusing bit rob i i gave a million dollars to see he didn't become president but you know things change in perspective in mea culpa because mitt romney wouldn't be that bad i mean he was a bad candidate and dean silently speaking he would be at that sold his soul but i think would be very good for america would be if he were to run as republican classic you know there are lots of republicans who want that same great tax cuts a third less racist komo with a and what we need to do said this before is what happened in 1912 when teddy roosevelt split the republican party started the bull moose party and handed the election to the democrat mit you got it could whitney think trump is going to be running in next time yeah you don't think omega3 in office oh i don't know about that i don't think of impeached you know i think he'll quick hill quit he's not a quitter he's a quitter.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Was underway i didn't do anything about it he said i talk to and i believe what if after nine olympic bush should said you know i talked to ben laden i believe him i'm surprised he didn't he he he knew wasn't true he didn't care it's i mean people still say is a new still say why did they do this because he's a liar you're he's a rhode is information from this same playfield we didn't have risen from fox news listened to the fbi he said last week reserves agreed the intelligence report right now he we started last week and no one even reason to him and then with puppets an accident this indictment is thirty pages he's not with 37 pages lights coca and earlier in the week by the way before the senate intel committee all of our head in tell people were there oh it was a who's who the director of national intelligence dan coats cia director mike pompeo fbi director christopher ray the nsa dude admiral mike rogers all of them agreed when dan coats said frankly the united states is under attack is under attack these are the words that andrew card whispered in bushes ear member and will host all these people in the little gold while he was yeah at almost all he only seven minutes not to ear disappointment almost all these people up trump appointees oh absolutely you know this is not like the left wing presenting a point of view to trump which he has to distrust it's his own people sure man the republicans congress can declare war that could say this is a cyber war they don't need the president to do that what happened to the word peace appeasement by the way.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Burning is like and they also tried to help him yes they did try to help bernie and i haven't heard a word from him to to have you work now but i don't think he was in collusion with them now i don't think he wasn't collusion but it it but since russians were so active in doing that uh those bernie people who were frosting at the amount that dimension of hillary clinton might think about that the next time they start drilling and today the i think it's i think very smart because he going really carefully step by step to establish yes it was real it really happened is no smoking gun so far the league's it to trump but you know that may be the next step but what i think is odd is is the oldest statement say there's no indication that this effected the election result and if you think about what the russians are trying to do they were trying to help jill stein jill stein any but yes anybody you heard hillary yeah jill stein got fifty one thousand votes in michigan right you know the margin of victory was what twelve yeah should they were trying to help after they decided to stop helping bernie sanders they tried to foment discord between the bernie at hillary counter at that happened everything the russians we're trying to do yes happened and how can you then say there's no evidence that they were instrumental how can they not be impeaching him now because trump gets his information from the same place that robert muller got his information for this indictment the fbi so he knew this all along as well this whole time that he has been saying what he's finally admitted that is wasn't happening today finally said it it it did what's happening he knew but he said as an impeachable offense to me.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Yes i maybe i'm a cockeyed optimists but i feel like something is different about this time and maybe it's because the children are speaking out we're hearing from them directly i feel like this is a powerful weapon that we have had had before it's like in vietnam we had walter cronkite and now we have a sixteen year old girl did you see this tweet trump tweets out my prayers and condolences to the families of the victims of the terrible florida shooting no child teacher or anyone else should feel unsafe in the american school sara tweets back i don't want your condolences you fucking piece of shit my friends and teachers were shot multiple of my fellow classmates are dead do something instead of sending prayers prayers won't fix this i've been saying that for years it's so great that it's taught on we could stop this a prayer too but they don't vote they tampa that's the problem they'll be voting very soon i would have been voting up a 16yearold that they can't do worse brighton right a sixyearold could we have a worse congress could we have worse administration we couldn't you know that you're even if we had even if they were in the congress they'd be you will take you would think wouldn't you that the one thing that would not be a partypolitical issue is protecting our children in school there's one thing it doesn't matter what you think politically how rightwing or leftwing you are every parented america would think i won't don't want to think of my kid going to who is today go to be the day and yet it is a party political issue astonishingly now i mean because he is worth think.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"We would have black cops or black people in that position cops are all about protecting property well i i think they would probably say they they would want to extend that a little to protecting people well people with property other navies includes over there so you've worked as a professor what do you make of the kids today crazy hair in the music all of this is not about it's not about the crazy hair in a year yeah music i've been i've been teaching for a long time so i can't confess how long are you'll know really how old i am but i have three words for you bill maher ninety thousand dollars that's what it costs go the film school at nyu where currently teach efforts are we don't need anyone in film school well we have enough filmmakers should people this has got to end with we've got it we've got to get the kids studying real shit okay if you want to be a maker you will find your way to do it the arts does not need the help of the government i know the two conservative position you probably hated but that's my view well i think the government needs to help of the arts maybe the other way around yet but i'm sorry so ninety thousand dollars to go to act india's graduate your well i mean look college that's going to be a big issue in the next election democrats want free college and they want single payer they want some real high ticket items but they don't have the bulls to say you know where the money is the pentagon defense really means defense contractors that's where the money is that we need to get to fix the things in america that need to be fixed that would actually make us say well what notes for the field is about really is the question i posed is about investments you know right what are we going to invest in and in my case i'm asking are we going to invest in education are we going to invest in prison sentence now certainly headed to the prison side are we going to invest mental health are we going you invest in prisons it's leaning towards the prison side we have a country that marty who was at one point are searching general wet around the country and he interviewed a lot of people leave.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"And then yesterday trump finally spoke he said we must work together to create a culture in this country the creates deep and meaningful human connections like i have with my kids ivanka don jr what's her face and the other one great show for and leaving on this day farc slickers choose the writer in star of notes from the field premiering february twenty four th on hbo added devere smith the core like a new guarding eric can i think we can still agreed each other with a kiss on the cheek yes out good thank you uh listed shows pretty amazing what you do is pretty amazing you can be so many different people in the space of two hours uh a lot of what you're talking about now is a guess what they would call the school to prison pipeline and i certainly thought of it guest this week after the the shooting because it you know when you learn about what goes on we seem to win some been some kid is in trouble we pushed them away we don't bring them in and once they get that prison system it never gets better right right so the school to prison pipeline uh i think really came to morris to the public consciousness during the obama years justice department had data to show the black brown native american and also poor white children are disciplined more harshly than their middle class and um and the upper class cohorts a lot of things that a kid might do in school that a white kid with it'd be called mischief you know and poor kids get path algi sent to jail and it really starts with expulsions and with suspensions they actually could figure out about when certain a number of suspensions might predict that a kid is going to end up in juvenile hall and then from there into that cycle of mass incarceration which of course destroys communities and families and everything else.

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"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"vicente fox" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Ends released his budget this week member during the campaign he should i would never cut medicare look the other i would never cut the budget cuts hundreds of billions of dollars these trump supporters the not conservatives their drew barrymore in 51st dates if you lose your memory every night it all starts to make sense and then trump's epa chief you know this guy scott pruitt um who thinks climate change is a hoax he's under fire because has been flying first class and the reason he says he has to do is 'cause people in coach yell at him he says it's a very toxic environment politically you know what else is a very toxic environment the environment i see crazy and get away with all these serious crimes because they distract is with their silly sex scandals you know now on top of stormy daniels while i mean funny why don't mean to be on top of this stormy daniels scandal the new yorker is running an article now that says he had an affair trump hadn't if i run the same time with the playboy playmate name karen mcdougal it was the same years the stormy daniels thing malania was just dan ever having a baby and he so he was he was cheating on his a newlywed wife in his newborn baby with the porn star and the playmate mike pence your thoughts uh if you new this chris karen mcdougal i guess it was destined that you would wind up with trump i checked her a play may data sheet today i have all the back issues.

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