40 Burst results for "Vladimir Putin"

Fresh update on "vladimir putin" discussed on Eddie and Rocky

Eddie and Rocky

00:46 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "vladimir putin" discussed on Eddie and Rocky

"So that way, If anybody is still hesitant about going back to work because of the current virus, it gives them plenty of time to go Get that vaccination. I learned so Yeah. Really appreciate time with us. Thank you, Laura. Thanks. Are Yeah. Thanks, guys. Very good. Laura Bischoff. That was good. She was good. Hey, Wade. Just, uh, I The Enquirer in the USA Today Network in Ohio just hired her away from the Dayton Daily News and Gosh, she's just an excellent reporter, and he's been doing it for a long time. And those nose knows that statehouse and steak politics like no one else. That's great. Um, to my point earlier about again. What what is said on Twitter You need for a column about this. What goes on on Twitter. Remember issue three If you look just a Twitter Yes, social media, you thought issue three would have passed by 90%. Of course that got slaughtered because most people as much as we think they are. They're not on these socially, not the real world. It's not a reflection of the real world. I said, like issue three was a great example of it. Elections aren't won on Twitter. Well, I mean, the real world isn't really played out on Twitter and Facebook, right exactly or echo chambers. I agree with that, but But I have to read us this story because there are a lot of folks and it's not just under a lot of folks I talked to Alan about and I'm sure folks you talked as well are upset it the one lifelong Republicans, I mean, I would say of the callers. We get on that topic about the wine and have the house. He handled it. I'd say probably, you know, I don't know. More conservative than not pry. Listen the station but probably 95 to 5 in terms of folks they're done with doing Now. Here's a guy I just and I say this in Jess, because this is just funny to me. I showed you yesterday. A guy who follows me on Twitter real Okay, Bangle. He laid out to me. His 2022, Ohio. GOP primary voting plan in this order these the people he's voting for instead of Mike DeWine, number one Warren Davidson, that Zbig name. Okay, number two Jim Renee. See he will vote for Warren Davidson or Jim in a C. Over the wine number three. Vladimir Putin, who okay Bangle will vote for Vladimir Putin before Mike DeWine number four. The kicker. Satan. He has listened Satan as someone Biel's above himself as someone who, uh, vote for before Mike DeWine. Come hell or high water. Okay, Bangles, Gold said Funny way was like encapsulated just a little bit of The anger towards castle is massive This rock Okay, Bangle. Use a real name. No, he did not know his is like a little thing. That is what you call that the Avatar? Yeah, It's pretty cool, though. So anyway. Thanks. Okay. Bingo. Check some traffic..

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Nine Killed in Russian School Shooting; Putin Calls for Gun Law Review

Breakfast with Sammy J

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Nine Killed in Russian School Shooting; Putin Calls for Gun Law Review

"Nine victims, including seven Children, who died in a school shooting in Kazan in central Russia, has been formally identified Your correspondent, Little Basil reports. The Children were all teenagers in their eighth year of schooling on the two adults worked at the school. One was a 25 year old English teacher who died while trying to protect one of his students. The alleged shooter has been identified in the Russian media as a 19, year old former student of this school and the registered owner of a shotgun. He has been detained by police. The shooting rampage began on Tuesday morning, and students could be seen leaping from the third floor windows of the school building to escape. Authorities in Kazan have now formally identified the victims, and President Vladimir Putin has ordered a review of gun ownership laws.

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Fresh "Vladimir Putin" from The Dori Monson Show

The Dori Monson Show

00:44 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Vladimir Putin" from The Dori Monson Show

"If I answer questions. It's so sad toe. Listen to all of you guys. They're bad. I'm not supposed to be answered all these questions. What's the league? But I can't resist your questions. Um, I came away encouraged. And but I want to make clear to you. I'm encouraged not just because of solid meeting with With, uh The, uh, Republican leader in the house and with Kevin McCarthy is the Republican leader in the house. Who you just met with minutes earlier. Now, let's get to today We're finding out more about that gas pipeline shut down on the East Coast. As we told you earlier in the week it was Russian hackers. Apparently who it was a ransomware attack, and reportedly, they got paid. The Russian actors got paid $5 million To free up the pipeline once again. And this shows. The weakness of America that America is projecting right now. Was Vladimir Putin involved in this? We don't know. But whether it's Vladimir Putin or other Russians, they don't fear America. America is projecting weakness. We have complete vacuum. In the Oval Office right now. Sadly, it's very sad. So they asked him today about the gas supplied by the way. 6 99 a gallon gas in Virginia today. In Washington state gas is up more than a dollar a gallon. Over a year ago. Gas prices have gone through the roof. You have Pete put a judge as the transportation secretary. He has no clue what he's doing. Get some audio on that, too. But here is the president talking about the gas. Now Here's what drives the driver in the states that are affected here said that you could do the drivers don't panic number one. He was trying to.

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Queen's Cousin Accused of Willingness to Sell Kremlin Access

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 d ago

Queen's Cousin Accused of Willingness to Sell Kremlin Access

"There's fresh controversy for Britain's royal family an investigative report by Britain's Sunday times and channel four television says prince Michael of Kent queen Elizabeth's cousin was willing to use his royal status for personal profit and to seek favours from Russia's president the undercover investigation saw reporters posed as investors of a nonexistent south Korean gold company the seventy eight year old prince Michael allegedly told them via zoom that he would give their company his royal endorsement for two hundred thousand dollar feet a business partner also reportedly told the fake investors Michael could be hired for about fourteen thousand dollars a day to make confidential representations on their behalf to Vladimir Putin describing him as her majesty's unofficial ambassador to Russia his office says Michael earns his own living to a consultancy company that is run for over forty years adding he has no special relationship with Britain I'm Ben Thomas

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Fresh update on "vladimir putin" discussed on Dana Loesch

Dana Loesch

00:38 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "vladimir putin" discussed on Dana Loesch

"Yesterday there was a rally to free Palestine and speaking there was represented received its leave at a Michigan and representative Andre Carson out of Indianapolis, Indiana. And they talked about how what's happening to the Palestinians is just like what's happening to black and brown people the hands of cops all across America. And that if you're black in America, it's your fighting for White America. Your fight, And if you're this infer that the other it's it's your fight. Is in the in this world, a Biden administration world are the values of America still to see Israel as an ally worth defending. Of course, we need to double down on our defense of Israel are alignment with Israel. Our encouragement of the democratic values that are are perpetuated. On and promulgated by Israel by the innovative economic culture they've cultivated, which would benefit others across the Middle East. We don't just need Israel to continue to exist. Imagine if we had So to speak. Several is rails, several vibrant democracies. Capitalist economies pour a list IQ countries where Arabs in Jews and Muslims and have coexisted peacefully side by side. If you had that across the Middle East, then that region would be far West, dangerous, far more stable and in and frankly less of it. Geo Political and national security Challenge the United States. So, um, you know the fact that the rally you referenced by some of our Congress people. Uh, you know the fact that that occurred during National police week and there was there are equating and oppression of one people by another two. Our own police forces That does trouble me enormously. I want to take this opportunity. Tony, if you'll indulge me to seek our brave men and women in uniform for their service. Those who have served, for example, and in the Indianapolis market where I know you. Live and you have many listeners, You know are who's your officers work every day to keep our our community safe throughout Indiana officers do across the country. Of course, they're a couple of bad apples and no one dislikes. Bad cop more than a good cop. And the good cops out Nam outnumber the bad cops. 10,000 won So look, we have to focus on what we can do to protect public safety and support our law enforcement and in foster trust in our communities, and to the extent we undermine that to demagogic rhetoric and unfair, cheap shots. Um, you know that Z. I think that's really unfortunate. Well, I still have a couple minutes left talking to Senator Todd Young of Indiana. You also sit on the U. S. Senate Community Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation. And One of the things that you are involved in is the regulation. Of interstate common carriers, including pipelines. We've seen what's happened with the colonial pipeline. The attack of that came out of Russia, if not from the Russians, which I say is a distinction without a difference. And now it coming back online. President Biden speaking earlier today about this how concerning is this ransomware attack by this Russian outfit? And exactly what needs to be done to limit this to the best of our ability. So I mean, this was incredibly serious. Uh, we need to let Vladimir Putin know that you're probably right there. It's probably a distinction without a difference, but to the extent There was any nexus between his leadership of of Russia on one hand in the enablement off Russian actors within his country to shut down critical asset in this country. There will be very significant consequences, and I think we keep him guessing Tony as to the time in place in in manner in which we will respond. There are many different ways. They're kinetic ways. Their information warfare mechanism, psychological warfare there, their cyber attacks of our own that we could bring to bear against the Russians to say nothing of the economic measures. We we've already taken against him in recent years, But look, we're gonna have to get better at this. We're gonna have to get better at hardening our own critical assets so that Our power grids are water treatment plants are fresh water supplies. Our airports are our air traffic control systems and on and on and on aren't disrupted by foreign actors like Russia, Iran, North Korea in communist China, and we start some work to do part of this. The answer comes down to research and development into cutting edge. Cyber hardening technologies. Some of those research activities will occur in our our major universities on others through our national laboratories. I just ushered through the Senate Commerce Committee piece of legislation had been working on for about 18 months. The endless Frontier Act. It would work with her trusted allies to pool our resources to come up with these resiliency technologies and so that we can avoid these sorts of attacks in the future. Cults just came out with their schedule. You like it? I do You know, it was texted to me Tony earlier today. And, um, I mean, pulled up right now. You got the looks. You got the Rams and the Tennessee, The Dolphins and the Ravens. This is all the first five games. This is not fun. Yeah, you know, you know why not? Just, um Bold or go home. So why don't we just win the first five? Well, we just put it to rest. Let's just go win the first five. And shock in all the country and have an electric start to our next football season. Starting Boulder Center Todd Young will also play left tackle in case Eric Fisher doesn't work out, Senator Todd Young. I appreciate you taking the time to be with us, sir, much more to get to on Tony Katz. You don't have to miss any part of Tony Cats today. Solve that problem by subscribing to the podcast at rumble dot com. Rumble is a video sharing service like the tube guys, but they aren't playing around with the monetizing and the platform in content. They don't like..

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Putin Tells Red Square Parade That Nazi Ideas Persist

The New Yorker Radio Hour

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

Putin Tells Red Square Parade That Nazi Ideas Persist

"Russia today marks the 76th anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany and World War two from Moscow. Charles Maynes reports Rise Nicholas Young, legal buy beer, They're speaking before some 12,000 troops taking part in the military parade on Red Square. Russian President Vladimir Putin paid honor to the Soviet victory, while vowing to defend against what he said were persistent Nazi beliefs in Europe, considered Russia and the other former Soviet Republics most revered holiday in honor of the some 27 million Soviets killed in the fighting. Victory Day has taken on added political weight in Putin's Russia, where the line between historical memory and rising nationalism has often blurred. This year's anniversary comes amid rising tensions with the West, which Putin suggested was trying to rewrite history by ignoring the Soviet sacrifice and the victory over fascism. NPR NEWS. I'm Charles means in Moscow,

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Fresh update on "vladimir putin" discussed on The Vegas Take

The Vegas Take

01:41 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "vladimir putin" discussed on The Vegas Take

"Just certain people want to blame Democrats for the high rise of gas prices, someone and so forth Back in 2000 and 15. Obama's last year in office, the average price of guest was $2.43 a gallon. I just want to remind people that in 2018, the average price of gas was $2.72. In 19 $2002.60 just wanted Tonto share those numbers with you. And by the way tomorrow, Oh, and by the way tomorrow tomorrow on the show tomorrow on the show. I just wanted to remind people or tell people anyway, that we're gonna have one of the head of Goldman Sachs security gonna be joining us on the program. And she's gonna be giving us her. I guess you could say opinions on. How are we? How do we keep getting hacked? Head of the pipeline? Get hacked how we getting hacked in our elections. So, uh, glad that she's gonna be joining us tomorrow and We're going to be, uh, Antoinette, by the way that a second her name, So she's gonna She's gonna be joining us on the show tomorrow is biting. Not now a Russian puppet. Now that he's not holding Putin responsible, just like Trump was a Russian puppet. When name when he didn't hold Putin responsible. The answer that, Yeah, First of all, I wouldn't call anybody. A Russian puppet who calls Vladimir Putin a murderer. That's number one on number two. I just gave you the breaking news 10 minutes ago. I don't know if you heard what I said. Joe Biden himself says that their own intelligence says that the government is not responsible now, if there's evidence That the government is responsible then? Yes, I think that is a fair criticism, for example. We had our own intelligence and intelligence throughout the world. Quite frankly. That said that Russia was responsible for the hacking of our elections. You had a president back then who took the side of Vladimir Putin? So, for example, If our own intelligence, CIA and FBI said clearly that Vladimir Putin and the Russian government was responsible for this hacking and then Joe Biden said he didn't believe it. I would agree with you. That is my answer. The whole Russian. You're you're creating a false equivalency Here hold the whole Russian collusion Narrative was that not only was Donald Trump completely aware of whatever took place during the presidential election. But he was aware of it because He He was he was in touch with not only Putin. But that and part of his part of this administration was in touch with the Food Administration because Donald Trump was in debt in some capacity to Putin. I understand, and Donald Trump is the one who told him to do that. And Russia. Russia wanted Doug Preston's phone number. I want to move on. But the these two situations Are completely different. No, they're not. But I'd like to move on even close to this. I'd like to move on. But no, they're not. Actually if I could please respond because no one is accusing Joe Biden off man visiting with with Russia to hack Okay to hack the colonial pipeline to increase the opportunity price of gas. So for whatever reason, Okay, so maybe happen. We're done. Okay, responded, you're creating. You're trying to computer quite not trying to quit and they're not even close to the same people out there that might understand what I'm saying. I'll repeat it. Again. Obviously, J D does not When you take the side of an evil, murderous dictator and Vladimir Putin when our own CIA and FBI says that Russia interfered in our election when you get up there in this world stage next time and you take his side, That is the definition of a Russian puppet. If you could show me direct evidence that Russia interfered or Vladimir Putin and the Russian government interfered in this hack And then if Joe Biden gets there on a national stage and takes Vladimir Putin side, I will absolutely call him a Russian puff it If you don't understand that, I really don't know what else to say. Those air on the most basic layman terms that I can lay it out for you all right, So I want to move on on topics now, and I want to talk a little bit about this horrendous situation that's been taking place in the Middle East at least 67 people killed in gas at seven people in Israel. Since this violence has started an even worse, including some women and Children on both sides, it's a tragedy. It's terrible. The current eruption of violence began a month ago in Jerusalem, where heavy handed Israeli police tactics during threatened and evictions of dozens of Palestinian families by Jewish settlers ignited protests and then clashes. Of course with police. I want to be very clear on this. Because this is very important. The Israelis didn't start by killing people. They didn't kill any Palestinians. When this was going on, they didn't murder anybody. You can disagree with their tactics. All you want to. They didn't murder people first. Hamas did. I want to be very clear on that that is very important. Don't always agree with everything that country does. I'm talking about Israel. But in this situation, I think we all could probably agree that Israel was defending themselves. I want to play you a little bit of audio. For a woman by the name of Giordano. Greg. Oh, she is a television resident. I want you to listen to what some of these people have had to go through as she talks a little bit about how she had one minute to run. When the warning the warning sirens, Iran and Israel that bombs were coming. Listen to her. You have 90 seconds. Televisa went closer to God. So you have really just about a bunch of seconds to run to the bomb shelters, But, yeah, you have about a minute to gather your Children and run to the bomb shelter. I mean, Can't even imagine. Imagine for a second. It's hard to but imagine for a moment. Taking a walk with your child. You're walking your dog. Maybe you're going to the supermarket doing that. Every day. People deal. You're just you're just running errands, and then you hear the sirens. And you know what those sirens are? If you live in Israel, it is a warning siren that says you have about a minute minute and a half before you could die and you better take cover. I cannot even imagine we take so many things for granted in the United States. This is what some of these people have to go through. And It breaks my heart and I'm almost speechless with it. Then she goes on, and she talks about how scary the situation was for her. Listen to this was all very stressful toe. Wake my daughter's up and go to the bomb shelters and help our neighbors were old One just had a baby. It was extremely steri. We heard booms and explosions. We weren't sure if the missiles were falling or if he was the Iran Dome intersecting the Rockets. Just awful. My heart goes out to all those innocent people on both sides. Is this is just a terrible situation. And like I said, I I took a trip to Israel when I was very young and I saw a bunch of 16 year olds with guns on their backs, Man. That's no way to live. They're tough people. No question about it. They're tough people. They're defending their country. You can disagree with some of their policies. That's fine. But you cannot tell me that Israel you know that country They're the ones that kill innocent people First. It's always Thomas. It seems like to me and then Israel is forced to defend themselves. That's what happened by the way. Joe Biden made a correct statement. Because he said the United States was in support his administration in support of Israel defending the country. Joe Biden is absolutely right. Now I'm going to tell you something I'm gonna bring up will cost you, Cortez now. But I'm not going to critique her or disagree with her or attacker the way most people do. And I want to start off by preface it by saying, this usually the people, you know the middle aged white people, some of them most of them conservatives that are going after all constant Cortez and have been going after her for a very long time. Usually they go after the fact that she was a bartender. They go after the fact you know that they go after her green new deal stuff. They go after the fact that well, listen to what Donald Trump said. If you don't like it here, go back to where you came from, Um They go after a Costco Cortez for the wrong reasons, and I want to be very clear when I give my opinions And.

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Extremist Prejudice: Rebranding Navalny

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Extremist Prejudice: Rebranding Navalny

"A ruling is expected today from a moscow court that would designate the movement of jailed. Opposition leader alexei navalny terrorist organization on friday. Mr navalny ended a twenty four day. Hunger strike that had carried him to the brink of death as he insisted on being seen by his own doctors across russia his supporters had faced arrest as they protested in moscow. They chanted freedom to novella and let the doctors in the increasing repression of those protesters and the threat of rebranding of the opposition as extremists come. As president vladimir putin's approval numbers continued to sink. The world wondered last week what he would do with. The hundred thousand troops massed at the border with ukraine. In the end they were pulled back. that's rattling and the poll. Numbers are all intimately connected to the threat. Now post to the group led by mr putin's most effective critic alexei navalny. He's decided to end his son destroyed because he felt the russian authorities have sufficiently satisfied. His demand demand was to be allowed access to independent medical. Care arkady ostrovsky bizarre russia editor. What they have done is they took him into a civilian hospital. He was examined by non prison doctors. There's non prison. Doctors then passed on all the results of his tests to navarre on his own physicians. His own doctors told him that if he didn't stop his hunger strike now they would soon have nobody to treat a all and in his instagram post which he pass through his lawyers he also said he was very moved by all those people who declared hunger strike in solidarity with him. He didn't want to cause other suffering so he thought it was the time given all those things to strike

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Fresh update on "vladimir putin" discussed on Bill Handel

Bill Handel

01:38 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "vladimir putin" discussed on Bill Handel

"A NOP Shin Again. We expect things to return to normal. Over the next several days, I will be monitoring the colonials progress and the federal government support every step of the way. So stay strong Help is on the way. Going to get through this, as we always do is Americans were gonna do it together. There's going to be quick. God bless you all and May God protect our troops. President Biden there from the White House regarding the colonial pipeline in the situation there did say that we have to harden our infrastructure etcetera, but that the Russian government didn't have anything to do with the attack is what what he said. But the things are gonna get back to normal will take a few days. But the gas stations up and down the East Coast will have full tanks by another thought he gave a date. But you can imagine By this weekend things should at least appear to be Uh, we're approaching normal. Israel's defense minister has approved the mobilization of 9000 more reservist troops amid fighting with Hamas, and that is where we kick off tactical Thursday with Brian Suits. Hello, Brian. What's going on? Thank you for not playing the theme. That's a waste of 30 seconds. We'd rather we'd rather hear you talk. That's for sure. You wanna You wanna talk, hack or Gaza? Well, maybe the hack first because I was I was kind of amazed. The president did say Russia didn't have anything to do with the attack. Although the Attackers were probably in Russia. Is it possible? You could put you could perpetrate something like this from inside Russia without the government, knowing Nil are the amount of possibility he's saying that to help Putin say faith because Putin's feed or to the fire because Putin knows that we we could Stop every electrical grid in in Russia by in about an hour from now he knows that and he tolerates these guys because he gets a piece of the action and there Yes, they are part of The G R U military intelligence. That's it's a moneymaking thing. You know if he had if he had called him out, Putin would have gone to the to the sandbags on everything. But yes, you cannot do anything like this inside of Russia without their knowledge, and the Russian deal is okay. You guys in that basement of your mom's house instead loves but we get a piece of it. That they you know, just like Putin weaponized the Russian mob here in California. He's weaponized hackers in Russia because he's not stupid saying, Look, let him let him do this for themselves, if it if it helps us. We get a piece of it, and you know, there's a mechanism of the U. S constitution. Ron Paul talked about this in 2009 of Article one. Section eight allows Congress to issue what are called letters of mark and reparation, and that's private. Um, ship Captain who used to be able to go out and take a royal Navy ship during the war of 18 12 and then sell it and keep the money, you know, And so when he was he was talking about it with the Somali piracy and it never passed me. Just imagine if you unleashed everybody on Reddit right now. One Subreddit. Um uh, you know, Forward slash Jennifer Lawrence. And he said, Hey, guys, taken our two and hack Russia, you know, um in the Russia would be, uh, you know, on the sneezing for people who if you know if I'm speaking Swahili for people who don't know The electrical grid is run completely by computer software in 2021. There's no guy going down with a big red handle that, you know, connects, like Dr Frankenstein, you know, animating his monsters. Nothing like that at all, and the United States is divided up into three. Separate grids. There is the West, which is say where we are, for example, the East and that Texas is on its own grid on DSA. So the Iranians have the tools the Chinese have the tools directions of the chilled. The North Koreans have the tools to cripple the western grid for 72 or 100 hours, knowing full well That you know, the people of Virginia couldn't go two days without putting gas in target bags. Yes, we're just demonstrating the value of a hack. The only reason they don't do it is that they assumed that the USS Ronald Reagan will be on the horizon the next morning to bomb the living crap out of all of blended if here's the thing I was just gonna say that Vladimir Putin has his own pet energy project, the Nord Stream to which has been in the news. That's his project to bypass Poland. Ukraine deliver natural gas directly to Germany and in recent days Biden's been kind of trying to figure out what the policy the United States policy is going to be when it comes to this. Pipeline, and it just was odd timing to me that we were just talking about this. And then all of a sudden, over the weekend, the Russians hacked into our major pipeline. Um, yeah, maybe just coincidental. The North Stream thing has been a story for a couple years. It replaces the legacy. Natural gas pipe on. The Europeans have had Putin's needle in their arm for years. For cheap natural gas, and they some of them are waking up to the realization that they're basically paying Don Corleone protection money because he he will have political capital over them at any time because he he cut off Ukraine's natural gas two years ago and called it a hack, But he made Ukraine freeze. Two years ago for for about two months because the Ukrainians cut off the drinking water to the Crimean peninsula..

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Turkmenistan Observes New Holiday Honoring the Alabay Dog

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Turkmenistan Observes New Holiday Honoring the Alabay Dog

"Has celebrated a new holiday dedicated to its national dog. The Alibi. The large shepherd Breed, is a favorite of the country's president, who wrote it 227 page book on the Dogs in 2017. Same year, he gave an alibi puppy to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

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World Leaders Pledge Climate Cooperation Despite Other Rifts

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

World Leaders Pledge Climate Cooperation Despite Other Rifts

"On day one of his virtual climate summit president Biden has strong commitments from two American rivals to work together on cutting emissions the president told forty world leaders the sciences undeniable climate change threatens everyone and debate must act now the cost of inaction is keeps mounting he's pledging to cut American fossil fuel emissions in half by decade's end which will need by far the most ambitious U. S. climate effort ever in Beijing China looks forward to working with the international community including the United States and Moscow Russia is genuinely interested and galvanising international cooperation xi gene paying and Vladimir Putin said through interpreters they're on board to fight climate change with neither mentioning their own sharp rivalries with the US war making specific pledges Sager bank ani Washington

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Russia's Navalny Transferred to Prison Hospital as Western Powers Raise Alarms

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russia's Navalny Transferred to Prison Hospital as Western Powers Raise Alarms

"Leader Alexei Navalny has been transferred to a hospital inside another prison this after his doctor said he could be near death. Vladimir Putin's fiercest opponent has been on a hunger strike for three weeks now, those prison officials say Navalny has agreed to vitamin treatment, although allies say they want that confirmed. Embassies. Karen Travers has more from D. C about the White House reaction. The White House says Russia will be held accountable for whatever happens to Alexey Navalny, the leading opposition figure to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Press secretary Jen Psaki. What happens to Mr Navalny in the custody of the Russian government is the responsibility of the Russian government, and that they will be held accountable by the international community. Asked if Navalny's death would preclude a summit between President Biden and Putin sake said the White House is hoping and praying that is not the outcome and reiterated the administration's call for nerve only to be released. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS

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Kremlin Warns Navalny Supporters Over Protests

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Kremlin Warns Navalny Supporters Over Protests

"Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov whose warm supporters of imprisoned opposition leader Alexey in the valley against going out into the streets what school says the protests supporters of cooling for would be considered unlawful the met with action by the authorities I think the health of convicted persons in Russia should not be the concern of other countries as of the U. S. warns of consequences if not only dies in jail a nationwide rally on Wednesday has been called for the same day the president Vladimir Putin is scheduled to deliver his annual state of the nation address I'm Charles last month

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Officials: Hunger-striking Navalny to go to prison hospital

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Officials: Hunger-striking Navalny to go to prison hospital

"Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny went on a hunger strike in prison to protest the refusal to let his doctor's visit when he was in excruciating pain but Russia's a state prison service says the opposition leader is receiving all the medical help he needs in response to the alarming news about the family's health his team has called for a nationwide rally on Wednesday the same day that Vladimir Putin is scheduled to deliver his annual state of the nation address now several of the valleys allies on dismissing the move to a hospital announced by the prison service as insufficient the valley's top strategist they will need Volkoff says no one should assume it was happening until the opposition leaders lawyers confirm it I'm Charles the last month

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Hunger-Striking Kremlin Critic Navalny Transferred To Prison Infirmary

Morning Edition

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Hunger-Striking Kremlin Critic Navalny Transferred To Prison Infirmary

"Alexei Navalny warned that his health is deteriorating rapidly. He's been on hunger strike for 20 days. He's protesting the lack of medical care while he's been in prison. Navalny's team has called for a nationwide protests on Wednesday. This is the same day President Vladimir Putin is set to address the nation. NPR's Lucy and Kim in Moscow was following all this and joins us now. Good morning, Lucy in Good morning. What can you tell us at this point about Navalny's condition? Well, the Russian prison service said. This morning, it's decided to move Navalny toe a prison hospital, so that does indicate he may be in poor health. But on the other hand, the prison service also says his condition is satisfactory and that a doctor sees him on a daily basis. So we still know very little about Navalny's exact condition, and that's why his doctors sounded the alarm bells. Over the weekend, They published the results of one of his blood tests on social media, and they said it showed he should be in intensive care and that he could die at any moment from cardiac arrest. The whole reason Navalny is on hunger strike is because he says he's being denied medical attention for back pain and numbness in his legs and hands, and he says that might be linked to a poisoning last summer that he blames on President Putin. A team of doctors tried to visit visit him over the weekend, but they were not let into the prison.

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White House: Russia Will Face Consequences if Navalny Dies in Prison

America's First News

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

White House: Russia Will Face Consequences if Navalny Dies in Prison

"National security advisor Jake Sullivan told CNN Russia will pay if Putin critic and main opposition leader Alexei Navalny dies in prison. We have communicated to the Russian government that what happens to Mr Navalny in their custody is their responsibility, and they will be held accountable by the international community in terms of the specific measures that we would would undertake. We're looking at Variety of different costs that we would impose. And I'm not going to telegraph that publicly at this point, but we have communicated that there will be consequences if Mr Navalny dies, so you've communicated that, But at the top there, President Biden apparently didn't mention Navalny in his call with Putin this week. He certainly didn't say anything about it publicly and his remarks on Thursday, and Russian state media is touting. This is proof that Biden has given up on the issue so Why isn't President Biden demanding Navalny's release? Or at least again, at least getting him a doctor at every single opportunity? Way actually have made the judgment that direct communication to the Russian government on this issue. Including both how we see it. How our allies and partners see it and what might unfold. Should something terrible happened to Mr Navalny? Should he looked terrible Things, of course have already happened to him, but should he pass away? We have judged that rather than just make general statements publicly, the best way to deal with this issue is privately on through diplomatic channels direct to the uppermost levels of the Russian government. Let me ask one specific question. Is the potential summit with Vladimir Putin on the table if Alexei Navalny passes away in prison. Not gonna get into hypotheticals in large part Danna because there isn't currently a summit on the books. It's something we're talking about, and that's some it would have to take place, of course in the right circumstances. In a way that could actually move the relationship forward, But I'm not gonna get into hypotheticals about when or whether the summit would likely occur. No Bonnie, who's had been on a hunger strike since March. 31st on Friday, described Threats to force feed him using straitjacket and other pleasures.

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US expels Russian diplomats, imposes sanctions for hacking

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

US expels Russian diplomats, imposes sanctions for hacking

"President Joe Biden expels Russian diplomats and imposes sanctions on individuals and companies in the wake of election meddling and hacking attacks on U. S. government agencies president Biden announces the expulsion of ten Russian diplomats and sanctions against dozens of Russian companies and individuals for their roles in both interference in the twenty twenty presidential election and breaking into computer systems on a number of US agencies we cannot allow foreign power interfering or dramatic democratic process with impunity the US has explicitly link the government hacking to a Russian intelligence agency and the election meddling to Russian president Vladimir Putin in an effort to help Donald Trump in his unsuccessful reelection bid Russia is promising retaliatory measures to acquire Washington

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Biden Expels Russian Diplomats, Imposes New Round of Sanctions

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden Expels Russian Diplomats, Imposes New Round of Sanctions

"President biden punishing russian companies tied to election interference and cyberattacks federal agencies. And the us. But he says he's made it clear to russian president vladimir putin he could have gone further but chose not to do so stationed not looking to kick off a cycle of escalation and conflict russia. We want a stable predictable relationship. The president has proposed a face to face meeting with russian president vladimir putin this summer in europe ten russian diplomats have also been

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Months after hack, US poised to announce sanctions on Russia

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00:54 sec | Last month

Months after hack, US poised to announce sanctions on Russia

"The bite in administrations expected to announce new sanctions later today against Russia for a hacking campaign that breached a number of U. S. government agencies and for election interference last year's hack known as the solar winds breach affected at least nine key agencies including the departments of treasury justice homeland security and energy officials believe it was an intelligence gathering operation a senior administration official who asked to remain anonymous since sanctions are coming president Biden told Vladimir Putin during a call this week the U. S. would act firmly regarding Russian intrusions and election interference after authorities allege Putin had authorized influence operations to help Donald trump's campaign Jackie Quinn Washington

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Biden Urges Russia to De-Escalate Ukraine Tensions in Call With Putin

Fresh Air

00:54 sec | Last month

Biden Urges Russia to De-Escalate Ukraine Tensions in Call With Putin

"Meanwhile has warned Russian President Vladimir Putin against two continued troop build up along Ukraine's borders during a phone call today. NPR's Scott Tetreault reports a call also came with an invite. Russia has been steadily amassing troops along the Ukrainian border and within the Crimean region it occupied in 2014 White House readout of the call says Biden quote voiced concerns over the build up and quote call in Russia to de escalate tensions. The call comes as the U. S has increased troop levels in Germany. But it also said the U. S. Will quote act firmly in defense of its national interests on cyber security areas like hacking and election interference. Topics that came up during his first call with Putin. The Biden also floated the idea of a face to face summit meeting with his counterpart in the coming months. Biden has yet to meet another world leader. Face to face is President Scott Tetro. NPR NEWS Washington

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Biden Issues Ukraine Warning During Call With Russian President Putin

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:44 sec | Last month

Biden Issues Ukraine Warning During Call With Russian President Putin

"The us sending a message that russet military buildup near ukraine. Isn't okay the top. Us general in europe appearing before congress while president biden spoke to russia's leader. Get a phone call. Today with russian president vladimir putin president and biden voiced concerns over russia's military buildup in crimea in ukraine's borders in called on russia to deescalate the white house provided details of the phone call that also included discussions on arms control cyber intrusion and election interference. President biden suggested a summit in the coming months in a third country to discuss a full range of issues facing the united states in russia this year at halpern at the white house to. Us worships are due to arrive in the black sea this

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Russia's Navalny on Hunger Strike to Protest Prison Treatment

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | Last month

Russia's Navalny on Hunger Strike to Protest Prison Treatment

"Arrests outside the prison where opposition leader Alexei Navalny is on hunger strike to protest a lack of medical attention. NPR's Lucian Kim. Reports from Moscow, a correspondent for CNN, as well as other journalists were briefly detained. Supporters of Alexei Navalny trek to the penal colony about 60 miles east of Moscow, demanding independent doctors be allowed to examine him. Navalny declared a hunger strike last week, saying he was being denied medical care for back pain and the loss of sensation in his legs. On Monday, Navalny's allies said on social media, he had a temperature and bad cough. That three other prisoners were being treated for tuberculosis. Navalny was imprisoned on an old conviction after returning from Germany, where he'd been recovering from a poisoning he blames on President Vladimir Putin. Putin spokesman says Navalny is receiving all necessary medical attention Lucian Kim. NPR

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France, Germany, Russia discuss Covid vaccine cooperation

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:16 sec | Last month

France, Germany, Russia discuss Covid vaccine cooperation

"The French president and the German chancellor discussed possible cooperation on vaccines with the Russian President Vladimir Putin. In a joint video conference, the US struggling with the meager uptake of Corona virus vaccine, a middle row with the British AstraZeneca firm following rare reports of blood clots and vaccine

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on This American President

This American President

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on This American President

"Of the party. But i think his view of russian history is more of one long interconnected story about russia as a great empire in russia has great power and he wants to sort of subsume the soviet period into this longer narrative setting aside the communist part setting aside the purges in the great terror and all that and instead tell a story about russian achievement whether it's in world war two whether it's in space or whatever so i think that's his view of history and he's been quite critical of lenin in particular because of some decisions that were made in the early nineteen twenties about. How territory was redistributed when they created the soviet union and so he's been critical of that the one soviet leader that he's more positive towards at least publicly Drop who only was general Communist party for less than two years but had previously before that been head of the kgb. And i think putin is one of those people who sort of regrets. That drop didn't have more time. The theory than drop-off would have managed maintaining political control while reforming the economy. Kind of a chinese miracle scenario. I actually don't think that's particularly realistic But that's sort of the way he's perceived as someone who would have kept the system in the country together while making it more competitive in terms of mikhail gorbachev Buddy sealed said. He has always been he. Putin has always been careful to not be too critical of them and of course he worked for yeltsin in the nineteen nineties and yeltsin was the one who appointed him to the top position so he was never directly critical of yeltsin but some of the things he has said about of the nineteen nineties implies that he thinks yeltsin do a very good job and didn't pursue the right policies and mikhail gorbachev. I think he probably along with many others finds him in some ways responsible for the soviet collapse. Even though because gorbachev is still with gorbachev in some ways was sympathetic to putin early on that maintained a cordial public relationship. But i think probably privately. If i had to guess putin was not so impressed with gorbachev's leadership because of the ultimate result so focusing on putin's management side.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on This American President

This American President

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on This American President

"And i was assuming that that russia alone as opposed to the rest of the soviet union. Well it actually was. So that's why they collapsed is so severe first of all when the soviet collapse happened. Russia had about sixty percent of the national wealth of the soviet union but the other forty percent belong to the other fourteen republics and then from that much lower base because of the depression they experienced really from nineteen ninety until about nineteen ninety nine. They lost another fifty percent of their gdp. Now they're reasons to think that those numbers might exaggerate the extent of the collapse but it still obviously the case that russia along with most of the post-soviet space in much of the post-communist world went through a serious economic repression in the nineteen nineties. That's astonishing i mean. It's a greater decline than what america experienced during our great depression. And you're probably familiar. With stories of that. I had a friend actually over there at syracuse university and she had lived through She's russians lived through that and she told me literally. They had nothing to eat in the nineties. Maybe just bread. it's astonishing. Yeah and it wasn't because that there weren't goods available in the stores it was simply because people couldn't afford it because they weren't getting their salaries they might continue working in a factory but the factory had no money coming in so people will just keep working without getting paid. It was unimaginable kind of situation so once they opened up the economy. Good poor in but the question was who could afford them. Not everyone could afford them. So many people remember that time as a very difficult in bleak period for russia right now we talked a little bit about putin suspicion of the west. Was there anything. The west and the united states specifically could have done to not provoke suspicion during that time a huge question that is much debated among specialists many people. For example blame the poor relations on the nato decision to expand nato into the east and that certainly was something that many russians especially rushing the lead saw as a problem threatened russia other people point to the economic reforms that russia pursued in the nineteen nineties in said the reason the economy did so poorly was because in the west deliberately gave bad advice. I don't actually think that's true. I think the economic collapse was in some ways in inevitable consequence of moving from one economic system to a completely different model and if we look at russia compared to its neighbors. Its performance was kind of average in the nineties. Everyone did badly so wasn't like the. Us advice was in some sense causing a problem that in some ways was more systemic than about any particular policies and then there were things like the us decision to withdraw the abm treaty. The us war in iraq. A whole list of things in. If you were to talk to vladimir putin about this he has a very long list of things but it all amounts to in their minds. The us doing what wanted without taking into account the interests of other great powers including russia. So i guess one's opinion of of that the legitimacy of those actions. That's its own separate issue. So.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on The Signal

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on First Person

First Person

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on First Person

"Legal last last term as president and in this context he is his putting in motion very very slow moving mechanism that That is designed to ensure that he will not even have to face the possibility of challenge right right and I'm talking about it in Chicago loop way because I think that normal language that we use to describe political processes is always based on assumptions. Is that don't apply to Russia right. Like people have tried to say. Maybe you know it's a cool well. It's a cool if if you can perpetrate a coup against yourself. Putin is the only person with power in Russia and he's staging a coup against You know it breaks down. It's constitutional reform reform even that is misleading because it suggests the Constitution has wait that. There's maybe judiciary that can make independent decisions or anything right so also people say consolidation of power which is like the most difficult one to sort of say no. That's wrong I mean you can't consolidate holiday power and you further it would be a miracle physics. It's already consolidated fully right. So what is what is happening. He he is he's parent. He sees the possibility of a challenge to his power. Where none exists this? This is not without precedent in the history of dictators and in fact. That's what makes dictators most stable dictators fall when they become overconfident when they think that they're truly so beloved by the population that they will for example call an election like Milosevic did and Bingo he falls. Putin is not like that. Putin has paranoid like for example stolen right so he kept sending people to jail or to death for what was in his imagination. The possibility of a challenge to his legitimacy when in fact there was not and Sullen stay in power Until he died in Russia ruled the Soviet Union for thirty years put that style of parent. What his protecting himself against doesn't actually exist and let me just explain? The process is so he has. He gave us very strange very muddy speech attention you know. Most of his speeches are very muddy because they can be interpreted in any way possible. That's part of the way that sort of reality makes is made mushy under Putin But he has created. Ah Commission seventy-five percent commission to propose reforms to the constitution which will then be brought to a popular vote but as a package hatch right. So it's going to be kind of a you know. Yes we're for Putin and his reforms or nowhere against Bush in his report so we know what the outcome of that vote is going to be. People are not actually is going to be able to vote on substantively but the seventy five percent commission consists in part of legislators and jurors which just what you would expect but it also includes theater directors film directors the heads of the two most important museums. Russia The heads of two medical clinics the heads of some charities so what these people have in common is that they're very well known and much loved and their work depends entirely on Putin's goodwill and presidential funding and so it falls to these people to say please we want want to change the constitution to allow you to stay in office for life and also to forever possible Masha. I WanNa thank you so much for joining us today thank you. That was Masha Gessen. She is a staff writer for the New Yorker and author of the man with a face. The Unlikely Rise of Ladimir Putin first person is produced by me. Sair Wiedeman along with help from Dan. Haggerty our editors Rob Sachs and our executive editor for news and PODCASTS. Is Dan Ephron. If you liked this episode hit subscribe on your podcast APP. Then come back next week. We'll have a new upset. Thanks for listening..

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on First Person

First Person

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on First Person

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On trump space force created I'm bored Russian president Vladimir Putin called president trump's impeachment a continuation of domestic political infighting as he spoke to reporters it is anymore press conference in Moscow Fred play can reporting in Moscow says the move by the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani to travel to Ukraine to find your own Joe Biden didn't go over well in Washington have played very well on Russian TV Democrats and even some Republicans were shocked when guiliani recently went on a so called fact finding mission to Ukraine afterwards appearing on the vast right wing pro trump network A. N. on Kremlin control TV in Russia a very different told the host and most analysts often praising Giuliani and tearing them all president trump delivery remarks to joint base Andrews in Maryland before signing the national defense authorization act for fiscal year twenty twenty he also said a brand new American military service is being created with my signature today you will witness the birth of the space force and that will be now officially the six the branch of the United States armed forces that is something police surveillance planes will fly above Baltimore next year Maryland's largest city will be monitored by surveillance airplanes for up to six months next year under a pilot program that is aimed at helping law enforcement investigate violent crime the flights which civil liberty groups oppose will start in may and gather fords during the hours when the city experiences high rates of crime before you planes will fly simultaneously covering about ninety percent of the city the resolution of the footage will be sharp enough for officers to identify faces which should help them track movement and action the city's police commissioners of Baltimore's the first city in the country to use the technology I'm Joe Ramsey major indexes closed broadly higher on Wall Street Friday giving the S. and P. five hundred index its tenth winning week in the last eleven this program is sponsored by radiosurgery New York the views expressed by the following program are those of the sponsor and are not necessarily the opinions of seventy seven W. ABC or cumulus media not to get a leading man he was saying that leaving guide you think you could do something for me I say yeah you goal for him we see many people with cancer in whom standard radiation chemo or surgery just doesn't work back to get a house radiosurgery different radio surgery is highly precise non invasive treatment that usually works even if standard radiation came or surgery didn't work or isn't tolerated radio show tree I'm not going to be crashing like after chemotherapy usually register is very well tolerated and the alternative to going under the knife yes there's often non invasive options like radiosurgery this is Curtis Lee what Dr Gil leading man is the go to guy when ever it is an issue involving cancer I know so because I've gone from my father other family members so put yourself.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on Post Reports

"Democracy are gone now the Defense Secretary Jim Mattis the former White House chief of staff John Kelly and so so in the absence of those voices the ability of people like Putin or bond to influence trump have been heightened we have fewer people around him who were who are countervailing voices arguing against what the leaders of places like Russia are telling him and it's worth pointing out that this has been the case when it comes to other stuff tier rate that especially when it comes to Vladimir Putin that there have been other issues where president trump has basically I listened to Putin or heard from Putin on something and then acted in accordance with what Putin wanted well let's start with twenty sixteen right I mean so trump to this day review uses to acknowledge that Russia interfered in the election he won and he has repeatedly cited with Putin who has denied that Russia did this US intelligence has uh evidence on the table on top of evidence and trump dismisses it and sides with Putin there have been other cases to like Russia's attempted assassination of factors in the UK you're more go which you know all of Western Europe decided was a basically a Russian assassination attempt at didn't succeed trump was very skeptical of that again kind of sided with Putin's point of view you need to prove that he did this you need to prove Russia did this in a way that was astonishing to a lot of also sellers so has this impeachment inquiry continues is your sense that we're going to hear more about specifically how Putin n- or bond and other foreign leaders might have influenced the president when it comes to you what he did on these potentially impeachable offenses. Yeah I think we're GONNA learn continue to learn a lot about the environment around trump how this happens I think we're GONNA learn a lot more this week we have important new witnesses were appearing before the committee including today Bill Taylor who is the acting ambassador in Ukraine and he is super important because he is there in in Kiev and he is correspond wanding with other diplomats and it's his expressions of deep concern that we read about in the text exchanges with the EU ambassador. Gordon Sunland and a special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker so we've already seen glimpses of Bill Taylor's real concern about what what they were doing and whether trump was trying to make aid Ukraine contingent on cooperating and political affairs and then we have other State Department officials including Phil Reeker who Zeno closely involved in the removal of the ambassador there and of this this whole process it's important to remember the other thing we've learned through the impeachment inquiry so far is there were a lot of people working directly with and for Donald Trump who saw troubling developments on Ukraine way back in the spring there were people in the White House who were freaked out about this for a long time and we are we are still learning more about the extent of their concern and dismay Greg Miller is a national security correspondent for the post on Tuesday Acting Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor testified in that closed door here hang on Capitol Hill Taylor said that he was told the release of military aid to Ukraine had a stipulation it was contingent on Ukrainian officials publicly declaring that they would investigate the Biden's and the two thousand sixteen election that testimony directly contradicts the president who has insisted that there was no quid pro.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

11:13 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on Front Burner

"Kris. Hello Hello Jamie. It's such a pleasure to have you on the podcast. I've been wanting to spend some time with the story for weeks now particularly after the municipal elections but I keep getting distracted by the Canadian election election so I'm so glad that we have here today to dig into it well. Let's just put it this week. Canadian elections are a lot more competitive other lot freer and there are a lot more unpredictable predictable in terms of WHO's going to win here in Russia a little bit more open. I'm so so let's let's talk about these elections. That just happened in Russia these local elections and Vladimir on Mir Putin's party. They didn't do so well right. They didn't do so well. You know depending on which way you look at it. It's a glass half full half empty kind of analogy. What's significant about it is that the level of opposition going into these elections was higher than perhaps what the Kremlin expected and I think the outcome was worse than what they expected. pro-kremlin politicians have lost eight third of the seats in Russia's capital disappointing school for the ruling party and its allies who previously occupied thirty eight out the forty-five feet. Let's be clear these are not particularly powerful jobs that that people were running for but what really seemed to galvanized things and what motivated people and motivated the protesters was that they weren't fair obvious. It was rigged from the start. Yes mean fuck. Doc Me is furious together with thousands of others she signed her name in support of a social liberal candidate in Moscow's upcoming local elections but then the electoral commission decreed that the candidate was not allowed to stand DVD's. We weren't given an explanation. They just said that's not your signature that was it and and that gave opponents sort of a common cause to rally around it got people out in the streets and and it posed a whole bunch of problems in terms of how you deal with this kind of There's a word for it here. It's called non systemic opposition and I. It sounds sounds a bit heavy but it's significant because you have two kinds of opposition in Russia. You have the kind that sits in the Duma. That's effectively allowed by Crumlin. They have parameters that they can behave within. They can propose legislation. They can do some things but what they cannot do. They can't go right after the president. They can't criticize Putin Tin and they have to color within the line and then you have the folks out in the street. They're the non systemic opposition and they're the ones that that the government is quite worried about opposition fig. Alex Vanni encouraged tactical voting in the Moscow vote telling his supporters to pick anyone but Putin backed politician in general we can say that the tactical vote worked and it's worked much better than we had expected and you mentioned before that it became clear that these elections were rigged on this might seem like an obvious question but how so well just in terms of who could run I mean they set the bar very high. If you want to challenge for a seat there's is forty some odd seats in Moscow City Hall for example you had to go out and get thousands of signatures in order to mount a challenge if you weren't with one of the authorized parties days and you bring in your signatures and they get scrutinized and the chief electoral person says Sewri all of these signatures or at least hundreds news one thousand of them. We don't believe them think they're fake stalked by. Swin they say to the opposition was not allowed into the polls. This is not true about half of this group is allowed and will participate in the elections. We've asked for the rest. We carefully examined the documents. We wanted to register them but unfortunately there were a number of violations the law that did not allow us to do this is this is what happened not just in one or two or three or four cases but in dozens of cases and really only to so-called independent candidates notably people that were associated with Alexina Valmy who is an anti corruption crusader here. He's the best known foe of Ladimir Putin and the Kremlin hates him hates them so much. You can't even hear his name on state television. I want to talk about state television with you in a moment but this idea that the bar was so high hi to be able to run in the first place the fact that the outcome was worse than what the Kremlin wanted. Does that say something to you about what's happening there. I think it has been discernible for the last eighteen months at least that something has been brewing in Russian society. There's a tension in there and it's a tension between the people and the government and it's manifested itself in a number of ways after the World Cup came that was a great eight high moment for Russians. A few snapped invitations haven't stopped Putin from scoring points off the soccer pitches. Well countries like Italy and Austria have cozied up to it for now at least focuses on football not the international violations which formed much of this country's recent history and it Kinda camouflaged some of the angst that was going on on over a cut in pension as soon as the World Cup ended you just saw Putin's popularity ratings dropped Russia's widely unpopular pension reform bill would raise the retirement age for men from sixty to sixty five and from fifty five to sixty for women business people pensioners almost list of Russian society ten out for this protest and so this was seen as as a rebuke to the ruling class and that has been you know the Political Michael Tremor that has been rippling through this country and I think it very much worry the Kremlin they they look at St Revolutions Arab spring now what happened in my Don in Ukraine in two thousand fourteen triggered the break up of Ukraine days do not art like large crowds totake protests and they do everything they can to to stop them out and can you tell me what they've been doing to stop them because there there have been tens of thousands of people in the street throughout the summer well. I mean in some cases. Some people got horrific terrible jail sentences one guy who went up and you know confronted a cop and then as he was leaving he turned around and saw a tweet the guys visor he got thrown in jail for for three years wow yeah and then in another another case someone else who had gone to these a number of these protests got thrown in jail for four warriors again for breaking a law that says you can't go to multiple unauthorized protests because then you'd be so we saw people carted off by their arms and legs by the hundreds. Most of them were released in what what what they've decided to do since then is to make an example of just a few and I understand there have been further crackdowns even after these elections on the weekend yeah we we've just seen in the last forty eight hours. You know one of the largest police operations for years in Russia's when my daughter called me and said the police came to search the apartment. Actually they cheated their way into the apartment because she opened the door for a neighbor a thousand police officers according to opposition figures going to thirty six different cities either you know searching people's homes or going into their offices seizing laptops seizing notebook notebook seizing phones. Everyone connected to Alexina Valmy. What she seems little says the only this time he got really upset because of the technical voting eighteen as his offspring he's sweet child. I would say the United Russia party has been busted in Moscow and seriously beaten in the regions so this this has been sort of the post election crackdown that the security services have done. Do you think that Putin hold on power is actually being threatened here. If if you look at the response of the security services to the protests over the summer you look at the follow up response now that tells else me that there is concern okay but how deeply worried you know that's that's a very very tricky thing thing we know in the past that in terms of people who are rivals to Vladimir Putin there are very few in Russia. They've either all been driven coach of Russia or in some cases most notably Boris Nemtsov assassinated shot in the back four times just before midnight Moscow time tonight. President Putin condemned the killing but many will believe this was the work of assassins close to the government. I WanNa talk with you a little bit today about how it is is possible. The Vladimir Putin has managed to stay in power in one form or another for two decades. You know my my understanding is that when he took power in late nineteen nineteen ninety s he wasn't expected to stay on as president of Russia. He was kind of like a stopgap measure well. He certainly was unexpected. I mean he he had no He didn't really have much of a national profile. He had briefly headed the secret. Police had jobs in a senior jobs in Saint Petersburg but really the it kind of came out of the Blue Vladimir Putin the career spy talks about establishing what he calls a dictatorship of the law fight corrupt bureaucrats crats and strengthen the central government. I think you know when we talk about Vladimir Putin. He's he's such an interesting figure because there's diametrically opposed ways of seeing him. I'm in the West and in Russia here. There's a great many Russians who have a ton of respect for all that he's done and they see someone who came into an extremely difficult job in an extremely difficult situation and fixed a country that was essentially broken. Its economy wasn't working. Its institutions. Institutions weren't functioning the greatness that had sustained in the psyche of a lot of Russians throughout the Cold War that was gone and Putin came in and he he kind of fixed it and and that kind of continued to a point and then it stopped and I think this is this is sort of where we pick up the story now now and a lot of Russia's economy is built on on oil prices and in natural gas and when those prices kind of collapse Russia's economy really suffers and then you have the sanctions that the western nations put on as well and and so you sort of had a perfect storm that kind of began developing read around you know twenty fourteen two thousand fifteen and that's kind of what's led to a lot of his problems now but he has a great residual sense of almost almost goodwill from the modifications even people that don't really like respective.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Has it as Vladimir Putin the godfather to his adult daughter will Oliver Stone isn't bag to begin with Oliver Stone who feel an Oscar winning director was doing an interview with Vladimir Putin Oliver Stone is doing some kind of a show time documentary series on Vladimir Putin and in the sit down actually asks who if you would be father to his adult daughter folks I don't even know what to say about this pretty nutty a lot of stuff left on the table here on the whole law radio interview of folks this is such an easy explanation but the media's going crazy on that I'll get to that tomorrow and a whole lot more folks have a great night it go I was a first responder struggling to make ends meet and I was in major debt with a wife and three girls defeat then I develop my flipping houses formula and now I'm financially free as a first responder I protected countless lives and now I protect financial lives and I want to help you too for a limited time I'd like to give anyone the calls a free copy of my house flipping one a one kid in this kit I'll show you how to flip one house in the Providence area with my proven formula you won't need cash or credit you'll just need access to my massive network of real estate investors looking.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Tonight on all in breaking news, the White House has announced on Twitter. That bladder Putin is coming to the White House in the fall. The president invites Vladimir Putin to Washington, getting along with Russia's a positive as he leaves his own officials in the dark. I don't know what happened in that meeting tonight. New reporting on what the president promised to Putin and what to expect in their second meeting. Plus the Republican response to democratic measures to rein in the President Trump derangement syndrome has officially come to the Senate. My interview with the Putin critic, the president considered turning over the Russia. I think that's an incredible and breaking news on the numbers of children, separated from their families by the Trump administration when all in starts now. Good evening from New York. I'm Ali Vel she in for Chris Hayes, the president's summit with Ladimir Putin. Earlier this week went so well. He wants to do it again only this time. He wants to do it in Washington, and he wants to do it this fall right before midterm elections. All of that was news to the president's own director of national intelligence who happened to be in the middle of a live interview with NBC's Andrea Mitchell. When the White House announced the president's invitation, we have some breaking news. The White House has announced on Twitter. That vitamin Putin is coming to the White House in the fall. Say again..

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"The men and women in uniform and a dictator that's invaded two countries in the decade shut down a passenger airliner poisoned and killed a mother in england and has committed one atrocity after another atrocity over the past decade and yet donald trump continues to play straight out of flooding putin's pocket dan balz in the washington post wrote this morning that the president refused to stand for the country he was elected to represent and protect time and time again certainly was obvious for republicans and democrats alike for trump supporters and trump antagonists yesterday they who saw vladimir putin owned the american president heidi we did hear some criticism from republicans on capitol hill but the question is what is next do they continue criticizing him what about the republicans who seem to be doing putin's bidding who are desperate to stop robert muller and the justice department's investigation which is uncovering which russian spies which russian agents which russian agencies are still trying to subvert american democracy does yesterday shameful performance change any dynamics on capitol hill john brennan i think had the most compelling question for these same members of congress when he said republican patriots where are you and it was in within.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"In on this but we all know that vladimir putin is holding something over donald trump we do not know what it is but we know it must be something extraordinary because no rational politician no rational president would act this way if he weren't being blackmailed on some level well that may be true and we have to entertain that possibility now the other part of it is with john alluded to is the vanity question which is that any implication or any suggestion or any evidence that shows that president trump's election in two thousand sixteen was anything other than legitimate is a blow to the president's ego and he can't stand that and he's willing to stand next to the president of russia and say i tell your word over that of my intel committee so it doesn't undermine my election right but willie here's the thing it wasn't just about the two thousand sixteen election we i hear on more inning joe in the december in december of two thousand fifteen year before the results of that election were called into question we asked him repeatedly why he said vladimir putin was a strong leader i said he is sas innate s journalists he assassinates politicians he assassinates others donald trump's defensive ladimir putin was well american soldiers in iraq killed a lot of people too so even before the election was called into question he was a scare like a scared child of 'fraid to criticize ladimir putin that was three years ago yeah there's no question about it in the context of yesterday's press conference though asking about that i think again he can't say anything that makes his election anything other than legitimate because it's about his ego and i wanna be clear for our viewers again joe what exactly the intelligence community assessments stated it was dated january six two thousand seventeen this is what the president says he does not believe quote we assess russian president vladimir putin ordered an influence campaign in two thousand sixteen aimed at the us presidential election plain and simple so yesterday denied director of national intelligence dan coats had to put out another statement of his own after what the president said reiterating that the intel community believes that russia interferes and has evidence that russia interferes in elections and specifically interviewed in the two thousand sixteen presidential election so the evidence is all there the president united states chooses not to believe it and said so joe yesterday well you know willie the thing is this is and we also saw it when the intel chiefs went to capitol hill and i know i know that even donald trump supporters know by this point that flat amir putin has something over trump i know they know that they may try some of them tried to maybe trying to deny not many but what's so telling is while everybody while let's just say the last holdouts are talking about the deep state here it was donald trump's intel chiefs that donald trump appointed himself threat drew that conclusion on the hill it was the fbi director that donald trump appointed himself it was the director of national intelligence that donald trump appointed himself it was then cia director that donald trump appointed himself mike palm peyot it was you name it all of the intel chiefs that drew this conclusion they were all appointed by donald trump and they were all confirmed by republicans in the united states senate there is no doubt there is no question especially after friday's indictment that the russians tried to subvert american democracy and we have all of the evidence forget about csi new york this is csi moscow and we have all of the dna and it's all over vladimir putin's bloody hands and by the way denied dan coats said all this on friday before the summit hoping to avoid what we saw yesterday he said the red lights are flashing their blinking we know what's happening russia continues to interfere in our elections let's bring in our panel joe we've got msnbc contributor mike barnicle washington anchor for bbc world news america katty kay the president of the council on foreign relations and author of the book a world in disarray richard haass calmness and associate editor for the washington post david ignatius and nbc news national political reporter heidi pris bila richard let me just get your initial reaction to what we saw i think a lot of people ambassador mcfaul who's the us ambassador russia's said he went over.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The notion that vladimir putin purge things and stuff maybe vladimir putin got into bird stuff and they just don't wanna tell us but the the county that runs the elections they say they goofed and purged one hundred twelve thousand seventeen thousand people from the voter lists they showed up and hey i'm not on the voter lists and they were given a provisional ballot and i believe i believe the reflexive or roll the reflexive progressive the reflexive democratic view is to start making excuses for government start making apologies for it start explaining it away and i think that's totally wrong approach we need to hold everybody accountable one standard applied to all evenhandedly and that means when government screws up we have to say you really need to not screw up here's why people already hate government people are already looking to destroy government don't give them more reasons to do and so when government screws up something as basic as an election and i recall not too long ago in chicago when they had the primary there was a problem there too this is very very bad and those of us who believe the government is not optional and it's kind of mandatory and we really need to kind of make it work and make it he fishing and give tax payers value for their dollar and promise them the government is going to be competent when they laugh in our face right because they say i can you tell me government's going to be competent it can't do anything right and that is a responsibility for those in government to do stuff right and to not have egg on your face and be embarrassed you gotta take responsibility you can't expect people to to pay all this money in taxes that they're paying and.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The vladimir putin is not backing down he's doubling down and it's going to take a unified national response from our nuclear posture review from our relationship with ukraine from our relationship with the sanctions that you brought up together i think the trump administration has done a very good job of taking our foreign policy unifying it around themes backing up our allies being more aggressive towards russia but clearly there's more that we need to do to make clear that election meddling it's not something that will go to tolerate your shaking your head congresswoman i i i think it happens the trump administration has no coherent world strategy and i don't think phnom administration did either but now is the time our election is very vulnerable in 2018 is so are europe's elections and targeted sanctions that hit individuals and prevent them from travelling and prevent them from using international banks would make a huge difference in russia and i think trump missed an opportunity by just putting out there the fortune 500 list and not doing anything i think that was a strategic blunder i think this is something that democrats and republicans are gonna have to come together and say on this one we need to be unified i mean if you look at the nuclear posture review what president trump put out in two thousand eighteen is very different from what president obama put out in two thousand ten but it's not really that different from what he was doing at the end of his administration i think that there is more bipartisan consensus that we need to come together onto some of those issues jagland me bring you in because there's been almost silence from this administration after a very provocative speech by vladimir putin the president said nothing the white house basically said not that has been no response from this administration well look i think there's an unfortunate reality here which is that the debate about the 2016 election which is consumed this conversation about russia is probably something if you could do what you just jessop put it in a box and get on to.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"The vladimir putin is not backing down he's doubling down and it's going to take a unified national response from our nuclear posture review from our relationship with ukraine from our relationship with the sanctions that you brought up the i think the trump administration has done a very good job of taking our foreign policy unifying it around themes backing up our allies being more aggressive towards russia but clearly there's more that we need to do to me make it clear that election meddling it's not something that will go to tolerate your shaking your head congresswoman i i i think that the trump administration has no coherent world strategy and i don't think the obama administration did either but now is the time our election is very vulnerable in 2018 and so are europe's elections and targeted sanctions that hit individuals and prevent them from travelling and prevent them from using international banks would make a huge difference in russia and i think trump missed an opportunity by just putting out there the fortune500 list and not doing anything i think that was a huge strategic blunder i think this is something the democrats and republicans are gonna have to come together and say on this one we needed a unified i mean if you look at the nuclear posture review what president trump put out in two thousand eighteen is very different from what president obama put on two thousand ten but it's not really that different from what he was doing at the end of his administration i think that there is more bipartisan consensus that we need to come together onto somebody who's issues let me bring you because there's been almost silence from this administration after a very provocative speech by vladimir putin the president said nothing the white house basically said nothing has been no response from this administration well look i think there's an unfortunate reality here which is that the debate about the 2016 election which is consumed this conversation about russia is probably something if you could do what you just suggests a put it in a box and.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"Take russia into the future and lead it into a free democracy vladimir putin he wants none of that and it was boris yeltsin who willingly who voluntarily resign the presidency of in russia and handed things over two without a mere hutu who has never ever ever renege that power if anything he has grabbed onto would even tighter he has made sure that it was solidified and had no one could touch it he even made it so that when he had to step down as president for a few years he put someone in there as a placeholder he put himself back at the prime ministership in when the time came ban he was back in that office vladimir putin has never been elected president in russia never he was appointed prime minister by boris yeltsin boris yeltsin than resign making him the president endeavour since then he's made sure that he stays in that position tonight we're gonna look hardcore we're going to take a deep dive into who this son of a bitch why he was then says more than he can possibly stand why you wondered donald trump to win in 2016 and how he went about making sure that happen he didn't just he didn't just want donald trump to win he took actions nfc started years ago to make sure it happen and guess what folks more than wanting donald trump to win in 2016 he wanted hillary clinton to lose he hates hillary clinton and he wanted to see her go down.

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"vladimir putin" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"vladimir putin" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"Most come to the conclusion that he actually kind of would rather not have true democracy in russia at least this is not a good person this is in fact this is this is an evil man and we don't i don't think many of us quite understand what he's capable of what he's already done and you know we hear about all this of russia's stuff you know did they have a did they collude with the trump campaign awad were they how did they affect the outcome did they affect the outcome the din defect yekimov this crap there is no filler will continue to look for there is absolutely no killer we don't know the half of it and i'm i've steadily said the yeah they probably didn't truly affect the outcome in terms of they didn't hack of voting machines they didn't change of vote counts and i still that's probably true however i no longer think they didn't affect the outcome they apps lutely did no question about it and frankly than what i was really surprised to find is that it's not so much effort of bait in the intelligence community they assume he did to why didn't we know that end if they really thought that then why didn't they do anything about it before he was able to affect the outcome there are so many questions doing research into flat amir putin hasn't really given me a whole lot of answers it's just created more questions who is this man how did he pouty come to power before vladimir putin russia was being led by a big gregarious that jolly man named boris yeltsin i saw him on the news with president bill clinton you can still find photos of the two of them they were good close friends boris yeltsin was a warm progressive man a a politician who truly want to.

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