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A highlight from STOP BEING LAZY - Andrew Tate Motivational Speech
"I understand don't people who say they lack motivation in life because I'll make this extremely clear. If you're not pushing and striving for something, life is so mundane. I've always had this problem with literal crippling perpetual boredom. I was bored. I had no money. I'm carrying boxes of ice. I'm a smart guy. I'm not playing chess anymore, right? This is, I'm 34 now. So this is quite a few years ago. It's before the internet, before Facebook was all big and nothing. What do you do with your life? What's there to do? I thought the only, I need to do something which drains me so that I can go to sleep at night without frustration. And if I kickbox, if I run three miles to the gym and then fight for three hours and run three miles home, at least I can sleep. I literally couldn't sleep. I wouldn't say it's ADHD, but I was just frustrated. And then on top of that, I've always had this huge frustration in regards to money. Even though I was poor, I'd grow up around a bunch of other poor kids and we'd be walking to school or walking to college and a Ferrari would drive past and they'd go, oh, cool Ferrari. And I'd say, doesn't that annoy you? And they're like, what do you mean? And I'd be like, he knows he's hacked the matrix. Don't you see? How does he have 400 grand for a car? He knows something we don't know. Well, aren't you annoyed that there's people out there living a lifestyle that we can't ever aspire to. We're never going to work in a job and pull this off. Doesn't this bother you? And they all be like, no, but me, it was, I was always angry. I was always angry, not angry in a go to jail way, but just in a, I was angry. I was like, something isn't right. Something doesn't add up. So I kickboxing was my answer. I just started kicking, kicking people's ass and I felt a little bit better. That was kind of how it worked. At what point did you realize you were like world -class at this? So when I, my first day in the gym, I walk in my coach, it was four Bosnian men, men. I was a child. It was four Bosnian men in this tiny little terrible gym. It was not like a commercial gym or commercial class. And he said, can you fight? And I said, yeah, I've done karate for a few years that I got knocked clean out on my first day, of course. And I guess they expected me to never come back, but I kept coming back. And my coach said to me, look, after about a year, he said, look, I want to put you into a fight. And he took me down to a town called South End on C and my first fight was in kickboxing. My first fight was actually MMA and it must've been a little over a year because I was 18 and I was fighting a 24 year old security doorman. And being a stupid American, I thought pounds and kilos were the same because I weighed in at like 82 pounds. He weighed in at like 90. No, I weighed in at 82 kilos. He weighed in at 90 kilos, which is an 8 kilo difference, which is almost like 20 pounds. And I was like to my coach, is that a big difference? He's like, no, no, don't worry about it. I was like, okay. Thinking back, a 20 pound difference is a big difference in fighting, right? And I got in there and I won. I didn't win necessarily through skill, but I just kept going and I just outgassed him and towards the end, I'm just on top of him, just punched him in the face, right? And now I'm only 18 years old. So from there, my coach was like, okay, you have some potential. And I knew for a long time, it was, I believed it was my only way out because like once again, before the internet and stuff, I'm going to college, I finished college. I don't believe in university because I'm too smart to get in debt for formal education. I'm too smart for that job. So I finished college. I'm working these sales jobs. I was always a good salesman. So I'm working sales jobs. I'm bringing in, you know, 3000, 4000 a month, whatever, but I thought my only way to get rich rich is fighting. I couldn't think of another way to get rich and I didn't fight only to get rich, but I saw light at the end of the tunnel. So that's all I wanted to do was just fight, fight, fight. And so at what point do you go fight for the first world championship? So I fight for my first level world championship on two days notice. So I'm in Slovakia. There was a town. I'm going to tell everyone now on this podcast, I'm going to give the secret away. If you go, if you're bored right now, if you're watching this on the internet, load up Google maps, right? And there's a town called Kosice, K -O -S -I -C -E, and it's on the opposite end of Slovakia to Bratislava. So Bratislava is the capital and then you have Kosice on the other side. It's four and a half hours drive from Bratislava. It's about four hours drive from Warsaw and about four hours drive from Budapest. It's in the middle of nowhere, but all the villages and all the towns, everyone around this little town, every hot girl within about 400 square kilometers lived in this town because there's no, there was nowhere else to go. Right. And they were all there. And when I was going there, this is pre -EU. They didn't have the Euro and me and Tristan used to go there on holiday because we would clean up. And when I say clean up, my brother, and when I say clean up, I don't mean clean up, like you clean up on holiday with some in Mexico. I mean, clean up with tens, like supermodels, it was unbelievable. And a beer is like 30 cents. And we're the only men there who speaks English. So I was in Kishidze and then I got a phone call from Amir saying he has a world title fight in two days. So I was just really drunk at the time. And I was... Amir is my coach, sorry. He was Bosnian Muslim. He fought in the Yugoslav conflict. He got shot six times and didn't die. That's the deal. Right? So he's still like a father to me. And I must've been crazy. I was like, okay, I can't explain, and I want to say this in a way where it's truly understood. When I say I didn't give a shit if I lived or die, I don't mean that in a sad, suicidal way. I mean that in an empowered, charging at the gunfighter. Back then, I didn't think I had anything that really made me really give a shit about living. Not in a doo -doo -doo sad way, just in a, let's go out, in a blaze of glory then. I'm not rich. I don't have nothing. I'm just banging girls in Slovakia with us. Who is this guy? So it was against the French world champion Jean -Luc Benoit was his name. And the opponent pulled out and they needed a guy on two days notice. And I had to lose six kilos, which was around 13 or 14 pounds in two days. Is that easy or hard? That's hard, bro. 13 pounds in two days is a long way to lose. So I just stopped eating, stopped drinking, sitting in saunas, spitting out all the water, just dying. Finally made weight, went to France, fought in 12 rounds. My first ever 12 -round fight as well, fought him. And they gave the decision to him, but I was wrong. I beat him. I beat him. I beat him. I didn't knock him out, but I beat him. Is this one of the four world championships, or this is the fifth? Well, it should be, yeah. But the tape was so convincing, the tape was actually sent off to the ISKA, the fighting organization, and they demanded a rematch. They knew I won, right? But he's France. He's French. He's in France. And fighting has a lot of politics to it. You have to understand, I mean, UFC is UFC, the real big ones. But outside of the smaller ones, it makes more sense for the French promotion of a French champion. They'll sell a lot more tickets and a lot more pay -per -views of the French champion. So basically either you knock him out or it's going to go down. It's kind of like that, right? So they commanded a rematch, and I rematched him seven months later and knocked him out in the eighth, and I became world champion. Okay. Why keep going once you've won? There's always a new mountain to climb. I mean, that's kind of, that's a good question, because that's also kind of the reason I quit. Because it's like, why keep going? Well, there's always someone new to fight, and I'm still not financially where I want to be. And I don't know what else I want to do with my life, so I'll keep going, right? So I fought again. I beat another Frenchman, and then I fought again. And then I beat two Dutch guys to become four -time world champion. But one day I woke up and I was like, is becoming five -time world champion going to improve my life? I mean, I've already got, do I need five belts? How much money do they pay for these fights? 3 ,000 bucks, 2 ,000 bucks. It doesn't even, you need to work on the side. You're giving up all your free time to get punched in the face. Like, it's a terrible decision. Like, I don't know why I decided to do it. But eventually, once I was world champion, I'd get like 100 grand to fight, but I'd give 20 % to my manager. Then the UK, with the UK taxes, 40, 50 % would disappear. And sometimes you only fight twice a year or whatever. I was certainly not rich. I didn't consider myself rich. So you get like 30 to 40 % of what? Yeah. And I didn't consider myself rich. Like, 30, 40 grand chunks, but twice a year, maybe three times a year. I'm living in London. London rents. I need a car. I'm trying to know, like, you're not rich in any way. And that's actually the reason I retired, because I woke up one day and I thought, I'm giving six hours a day of absolute focus and energy to this. And I believe I'm smart enough that if I put that much tenacity into something else, I can be a multimillionaire. I truly believe that. I was like, I've realized now I've reached the pinnacle of kickboxing. My choice is either to change over to MMA, which I was offered to do earlier in my career, but at the time, the kickboxing contract paid more money. I had to pay the bills, so I went kickboxing. Change over to MMA, learn to wrestle, change over to UFC, blah, blah, blah. But this is also like seven, eight years ago, where even the UFC didn't pay the money it pays now. But the UFC still doesn't pay that much money, from what I understand. No, if you're like top five or champion, yeah. But most of the dudes you're going to see there on the prelims, they're getting 10 grand a fight, nine grand a fight. It's nothing, right? So it'd be like starting my career all over again. And at the age of 28, I thought, I don't have the gumption to start again. I've been through hell for this. I've broken my hand eight times. My ribs have been broken. I don't want to do this all over again. So what do you do when you realize that, hey, maybe I don't want to keep fighting? I decide to get rich, Rich. What does that mean to you? When you're sitting there, you're getting 30, $40 ,000 kind of net on a per fight basis. Is rich to you like, hey, I want a couple hundred thousand dollars, a million bucks, 20 million dollars, a billion dollars? I want 30 or 40 ,000 every month. 30 or 40 ,000 every month, so about half a million bucks a year. I thought if I had that much money, I could do whatever I want. Okay. That's what I decided. So what's step one that you do? So step one is, maybe that's how we ended up here together, my friend. Step one is, I decided to be very logical about it, chess player, right? So I was like, I want money.
A highlight from Former V.P. Mike Pence on Putin's threat to Poland and Biden's interference in Israeli politics
"Welcome to today's podcast, sponsored by Hillsdale College, all things Hillsdale, hillsdale .edu. I encourage you to take advantage of the many free online courses there. And of course, to listen to the Hillsdale dialogues, all of them at hughforhillsdale .com or just Google Apple, iTunes, and Hillsdale. Welcome back, America. I'm Hugh Hewitt, joined by former Vice President Mike Pence. Mr. Vice President, welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt Show. Hey, good to be with you, Hugh. Thanks for having me on. Well, I want everyone to go to mikepence2024 .com if they want to support you, if they want to learn about the campaign. We'll come back to the campaign in a second. But I'm not mistaken, Mr. Vice President, you and the former president are the only two people running for office who have ever received the daily brief, who understand, had all the clearances you could. So I want to ask you three national security questions this morning, beginning with the threat that Vladimir Putin made in the company of Lukashenko, the dictator of Belarus, that any attack on Belarus would be an attack on Russia. And then the Belarusian leader made the claim that the Wagner people in Belarus are wanting to go to Warsaw. What would be the obligation of the United States in the event that Wagner, Belarus, or Russian troops attacked Poland? Well, there's no question what the obligation would be under Article 5 of the NATO treaty. And that would be required to support Poland, we'd be required to be involved militarily. It's one of the reasons why I've said many times, I mean, Joe Biden has done a terrible job explaining what our interest is in Ukraine. He keeps giving these gauzy speeches about democracy. And for all the world, it sounds like another campaign speech and our interest there. And the reason why we should continue on an increasing basis to give the Ukrainian military what they need to repel the Russian invasion is because we never want to see the day that the Russian military, whether it's a Wagner group in Belarus or otherwise, crosses the border of a NATO country where our troops would be required to fight. I mean, that's how you get peace through strength, is by living out the Reagan doctrine, which always said, if you're willing to fight the communists on your grounds with your soldiers, we'll give you what you need to fight them there. So we don't have to fight them. And yet there are too many voices in our party that are sounding the retreat. They're willing to let Putin keep the land grab that he's made in Eastern Ukraine, willing to make promises. I heard my former running mate has announced over the weekend that he's willing to promise that Ukraine will never be in NATO. Look, in my opinion, the only thing Putin will understand is strength and providing those courageous fighters in Ukraine what they need to to repel the Russian invasion is the fastest way to security and preventing the day that American forces are actually required to go into battle in Europe again. What do you think Lukashenko and Putin are doing here? The Telegraph calls it a setup for a false flag operation or is it just mind games? Yeah, look, I would hardly ever counsel Hugh Hewitt on foreign policy, but you and I both know the only thing you can know for sure about anything coming out of Russia is you don't know for sure. Okay, well said. Nothing is as it seems. When you find out that after Ferguson does this supposed coup against Putin, now we found out in the last week that they apparently met a couple days later and had a conversation and the whole thing could have just been a put -up job for Putin to flush out his enemies in his own government. I wouldn't have put it past him. I do like what was once said by another presidential candidate. He said he looked into Putin's eyes and he didn't see his soul. He saw KGB. That's who you're dealing with and so nothing is as it seems in the acolyte state of Belarus that I just wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him and that's why we just need to stay strong in this effort and continue to demand that the Biden administration stop dragging their feet on providing arms in Ukraine, which they've been doing for the last year and a half. Give those people what they need. They can win this war and secure the peace of Europe and the security of our country. Now Vivek Ramaswamy, who you'll be sharing a stage with on Friday at the Iowa GOP Lincoln and with all the other candidates are going to have their speeches in Iowa, Vivek was throwing shade on NATO this weekend on Fox News Sunday. Meanwhile, the US and 13 allies were holding a record -setting military exercise in Australia. It seems to me that this might be a time for us to expand our alliances, Mr. Vice President, not sever them. Well, we'll be strengthening our alliances. The last thing that we ought to do is try and secure peace in Ukraine by rewarding Vladimir Putin's naked and brutal invasion into that country by giving him the land and giving him promises never to have Ukraine be a part of NATO. Look, and this has everything to do with the wider world, Hugh. I mean, there's no question in my mind that if we end up capitulating to Putin's aggression, that will only embolden President Xi in his military ambitions in the Asia Pacific. And I just think this is one of those moments where we learned hard lessons in the first half of the 20th century where America, we thought we could hang back. We thought we could hang back within our borders and watch as the world became more unstable and unfurled. And we learned hard lessons than having to come into the fight, both in World War I and especially in World War II. And we won those fights for freedom, but we've secured the peace now for three quarters of because a century we've been willing to stand strong. We've been willing to be the arsenal of democracy. And if I'm president of the United States, I promise you we're going to live out that commitment of being leaders of the free world. And let me also say, I had a sporting debate on stage about a week or so with a former Fox News host that got some play on the Internet. I just don't think we have to choose between solving problems here at home, which is the economy that's failing, the border crisis, the crisis in energy, the crime wave in our cities. I don't think we have to choose between solving problems here at home and being the leader of the free world. We can do both. And anybody who says we can't has a pretty small view of the greatest nation on Earth. Now, Mr. Vice President, third, I'm playing rapid fire national security, but a lot happened this weekend. Right now they are voting in the Israeli Knesset on the reform of the Israeli Supreme Court. Got nothing to do with America. It's an internal Israeli domestic issue. Yesterday, President Biden told Israel to stop, slow down and not do that. And Tom Friedman, one of the most extraordinary columns ever in The New York Times, telling the president to address the dear President Biden that the October 1973 intervention by Richard Nixon to save Israel is what he's facing right now. He has to save Israel by getting by involved speaking the truth. What do you make of the intervention of an American president into the internal domestic politics and policy and judiciary of an ally? Look, I said many times and I was at Christians United for Israel a week ago, Hugh, and I was honored to receive some recognition there, Defender of Israel Award. I was humbled by that. Look, I was a part of the most pro -Israel administration in American history, I always would say. And I will tell you, if I'm president of the United States, if the world knows nothing else, the world will know this. America stands with Israel. And this preoccupation of Democrats, which literally goes back decades of trying to micromanage what's happening in the domestic politics in Israel, is wrongheaded. And it undermines a clear message to one of the most dangerous parts of the world of our commitment to our most cherished ally. I reject it categorically. I'm a great admirer of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He's absolutely determined to see this this court reform through. And I think we ought to let Israel be Israel, let them sort these things out domestically. And our position should just be to always give them what they need to defend themselves, by themselves, and to make it clear in the region, in the world, that America stands with Israel. Period paragraph.
Zelenskyy visits Poland to thank ally and meet Ukrainians
"Ukraine's zelensky visits Poland to thank his ally and meet Ukrainians who have sought refuge there. Volodymyr zelensky is in Warsaw for a visit meant to thank a key ally and meet with some of his own people who found refuge in the neighboring nation, zelensky's visit comes at a time of rising anger among Polish farmers who say that Ukrainian grain that has entered Poland has created a glut and cause prices to fall zelensky is to be welcomed by Poland's president and prime minister Warsaw has been a key ally for Ukraine since Russia's full scale invasion last year. Welcoming refugees and becoming a hub for humanitarian aid and weapons to transit into Ukraine. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Poland detains 9 people suspected of spying for Russia
"Polish authorities say the nation's security services have detained members of a Russian espionage ring. The interior minister says the alleged spies have been preparing acts of sabotage in Poland and had been monitoring railroad routes used for transport of weapons into Ukraine. Now the internal security agency has arrested 9 people suspected of spying for Russia in the case three had been detained on Wednesday at a news conference in Warsaw, the minister said the suspects had been preparing actions aimed at paralyzing the supply of equipment, weapons and aid to Ukraine. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"warsaw" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Apparently chicagoans were fed up. That's an incredible story. I didn't really, I wasn't too excited about Chicago. I thought, nah. The Chicago voters won't get it right. She got clobbered. And I'm reading here that moments ago, the Democrat Chicago mayor blamed racism and her gender for her landslide defeat. A reporter asked if she had been treated unfairly and I thought, by whom the media, you think the media treated Lori Lightfoot unfairly, but the reporter teeter up for the perfect answer, I'm a black woman in America, of course. I'm a black woman, let's not forget. Shirt and folks, frankly, don't support us in leadership roles. That's an embarrassment. That's an absolute embarrassment. And to see that crime skyrocketed on her watch, everybody knows it. When you're woke, that doesn't work with law enforcement or policing. Or the judicial system, being woke doesn't work, the bad guys, what woke. They want no cash bail. They want to get away with crimes and not be incarcerated. They want to be able to torch police cars and shock cops in the mouth and not be held accountable.
Tucker Carlson: Joe Biden Is Naturally Losing His Ability to Speak
"Tucker talked about it last night, a really important monologue. And again, it's not pleasant. I'm not, I don't feel comfortable making fun of an old man. I want to be old someday. I want everybody who's listening to me and watching me right now to be old. I want us all to live to 99. I'm not sure I want any of us to run the country when we're 99, but that's apparently what the Democrats seem hell bent on doing. Check out what Tucker said last night about the obvious regarding President Biden. Any two year old men should not be running countries. They're not strong enough mentally or physically. Everybody knows that. Very much including any 82 year old menu ask. The people around Joe Biden certainly know that. How could they not know that? They watch him and you do too. Here's Joe Biden in Warsaw Poland just last week. The questions we face are as simple as they were profound. Would we respond? Or would we look the other way? Would it be strong? Would be you, we would we the all of our allies would be united or divided. Should we play clips like that a million times free over the past few years we could play a million more because Joe Biden talks like that every day. At this point, it's how he talks. Joe Biden is losing his ability to speak. That's not a secret. It's not something you learn from our confidential sources and are bringing to you for the first time genetic exclusively that is obvious to the entire world. And you'll probably sound like that too if you make it to Joe Biden's age. We will also, it's not weird, it's natural. It's not an attack on Joe Biden hardly. It's an observation. But because it's natural, we have been commanded to ignore it.
"warsaw" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Wants democracy here to be victorious. ABC chief foreign correspondent panel has been to Ukraine numerous times over the past year. He and his team have put together a documentary that you can find on ABC News live or on Hulu. It's called standing strong and it depicts what the last year has been like in the war torn country. We talked about it with Ian and about the war itself on the anniversary of the invasion. Tell me about standing strong, the ABC News special. I mean, you interviewed four Ukrainians and really talked to them about what life in this war has been like for the past year. Talk a little bit about that, if you would. The idea is really just to try and reflect how the war has affected everybody in this country. How everybody's lives have been indelibly changed. So we focus on a number of different people. First of all, a family that we'd met in January last year. Husband wife with three kids, he was working in IT, a former lawmaker. She's a news anchor and we'd met them in January in when there were rumors that there could be a war and they talked about their concerns and what they would do in the eventuality. It happens in Q what do I do first? Do I go to the TV station to report about this or do I go home to see my kids and take care of my kids because I know that my husband will have 24 hours to show up to his commander and do what he has to do and not to be taken care of the family. And of course, on the eve of war, he got his papers. He was called up to serve, so he drove the kids to the west of the country and checked them into a hotel for their own safety, waiting for grandparents to come and join them. He drove back, kissed his wife, goodbye, and then he went off to battle. He's only been home four times ever since and she went straight on earth since the bombing started. Today to the girls now living Prague, again, because of the dangers here in Keith, the sunless with her. So you've got this family that looked like the kind of perfect nuclear family, if you like. And they've all been kind of pushed into different corners and all have very different experiences of the war. Did you ever, ever imagine? This would become normal. Does it feel normal? I understand that I am suffering for a reason. The more I suffer the less chances of Russia has to win and the more chances we have for victory. The whole idea of targeting our way of critical infrastructure was not just to cut up the electricity, but cut off our spirits. And it will not happen. And the other side of this is trying to reflect the impact on children, because obviously they are the most vulnerable, and they're the ones who've been affected the most. I mean, so many children have effectively lost their childhood. So we meet this young 11 year old girl Angelina who's living in a basement below a blood bank where she's been living with a mom for pretty much the entirety of the last year and she's just been surrounded by adults. Most of her friends had left a school effectively close. You'd only been doing online fastest. And then her mom arranges for her to have this opportunity to go to the west of the country with other children who are also from war torn areas. And we spend time with some of those kids hearing some of the traumas that they've gone through and witnessing them really trying to just recapture a little bit of their childhood even if it's only for a few weeks. Do you think these stories are resonating in other Western countries? We saw what happened in Warsaw this week and we saw the importance of those speeches, but do you think that people are still we hear stories that support is maybe starting to weigh in a bit? Are these stories getting across to the rest of the world, Ian? Yeah, I mean, it's a good question. I think interest is waning slightly. I think what we're trying to do is find stories that will connect with the audience, people who they recognize, even if they don't know if that makes sense. They're people that look like us in other words. I mean, I don't mean physically, but they're lives are very, very similar to either our own life or people that we know. I saw this very tight unit, a very close family, enjoying their weekends together, making waffles sitting at lunch. And now your family is scattered, and you have to go off to war all the time. I guess you can't allow yourself to think about that, but the personal sacrifice actually is very real. But. Every day, because my girls are safe and it inspires me. It makes me stronger on the front line. I think this is the best place for them to be now
"warsaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For the U.S. stock market, I'm Charlie Palatin that is a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you so much, Charlie pellet from the Bloomberg interactive broker student in New York. This is balance of power. I'm David Westin. In his speech in Warsaw this week, President Biden characterized the war in Ukraine as much more than a conflict between two armies or two nations. He thought autocrats like himself were tough. And leaders of democracy were soft and then he met the iron will of America and the nations everywhere they refused to accept the world governed by fear and force. To talk about exactly what the president is saying and whether he is right, particularly in talking about this as a conflict between autocracy on the one hand and democracy and the other. Welcome Charles dunst. He's deputy director of research at the Asia group, mister dunst is the author of defeating the dictators how democracy can prevail in the age of strongmen. So thanks so much for being with us. So first of all, let me ask you flat out, is the president right that this is an ultimate test between autocracy on the one hand and democracy on the other? And then first off, I would agree that with the president that yes, this is, this is a conflict rooted around democracy and autocracy in the sense of autocracy is particularly one man on autocracies like the one in Russia are more likely and more able to make unwise decisions like of course the invasion of a sovereign country. There are far fewer guardrails around him around that strong man to prevent them from making an unwise decision. And of course, Ukraine on the other end is a fairly functional democracy that found its sovereignty and data simply because it neighbors and autocracy. So I do think the president is right in his rhetoric, but as I'm sure we'll get to, that rhetoric is not so popular elsewhere in the world. No, no, I should say exactly right. Well, the second question I have is if he's right, is he right that democracy is prevailing? Right, in that perhaps the west democracy is our prevailing. Thinking about the broader west so you think about Japan, Australia. But it is hard for me to imagine that we're talking about democracy broadly that all of the democracies are on board and helping Ukraine prevail. When you think about India, which is not necessarily on board, I mean much more neutral. Think of it Indonesia, which are all big powerful and important democracies. So it's figuring out how to bridge that gap between the rest of the west and the rest on the democracy rhetoric that I don't think we've quite figured out yet. Brazil to that as well and maybe South Africa who have been quite conscious in taking a position on the sidelines. So if that's right, why aren't other democracies seeing this as a conflict the way President Biden does, that they've got to get in with the democracies and go against autocracies? I'm sure like India, it's much more about the historical relationship with Russia rather than necessarily huge practical concerns beyond, I guess, energy. But for much of the developing world and for many developing democracies, I think the concern is much more on practical issues on well, the Russian war and Ukraine is driving up fertilizer prices. It's making food prices higher. And they're focused on figuring out how to fix that. And fixing that for them is basically remaining fairly neutral and trying to get as much good as Russia as per commercial as they can, as much as from Ukraine as they can. So for them, this is a regional war rooted in these old disputes sold political disputes. And it's not about a broader system. It's not about values because for them, the war is much more about tangible impact. And I think it is for the west, particularly in the United States, where frankly, since gas prices came down over the summer, we've been fairly insulated from the impacts of the war. So let's get to your book specifically as intriguing how democracy can prevail in the age of strongmen. What do the democracies need to do to prevail? Overall, thesis of the book is that democracies and I'm talking about democracy February. Not a U.S. centric book, a U.S. UK, Japan, et cetera, Germany. The whole point of the book is about getting our own houses in order for two purposes, where a, our democracy is simply need to work better to ensure that we are not electing, frankly, anti democratic folks with autocratic tendencies that could hollow out democracy from the inside as I would argue has happened in somewhere like Hungary. So that's .1 and .2 is you need to get your own house in order to ensure that democracy is once again seen as a model around the world, whereas I think right now, if you talk to the intelligentsia in noi or the intelligent Cairo and ask, well, what system would you prefer? Would you rather be like the United States and the United Kingdom or would you rather be like the UAE or Singapore? In Asia, you're going to get Singapore and the Middle East and perhaps parts of Africa. You're going to get the UAE you're going to get Saudi, because there's a sense that those countries are operating better. I mean, in the sense that they are raising people out of poverty. They have raised people out of poverty. They can maintain strong economic development without the crises of the January 6th insurrection or in Britain three prime ministers and three months. There is this sense of autocracies or at least the richest autocracies being just a bit more stable and a bit more able to deliver than democracies. And of course, as a pro democratic person, I think that is wrong, but democracy is very much need to demonstrate in practical terms why that's wrong and why democracy offers a better hope for the future than autocracy does. So it strikes me that there is one similarity between the UAE and the one hand in Singapore and the other. And then as they have money, that they're doing all right, economically. For what are the reasons whether it's because they have access to oil or whatever, they're doing quite well. How much of the success of a democracy in the long term is improving that in fact, you've got your financial House in order. You got your economic House in order, which is an issue certainly here in the United States given our debt and deficit situation. Actually, a big bit of it, but particularly in the way that financial and economic issues actually affect individual voters. I don't think so many voters in a day to today basis are concerned about the size of the debt necessarily, but they are concerned with, of course, rising inflation as we saw in the last midterm elections and it's nothing new to point out that economics are very tied to trust in government. But when trust in government declined so rapidly and so sharply as it has in recent years, again, not only in the United States in the United Kingdom, but trust in government is a real low is in South Korea and Japan as well. And that's primarily because of economic issues because of either stagnation as has been the case in Japan or more so frankly just kind of super high prices that's in South Korea. So it is about figuring out how to make for lack of a better phrase that wealth actually trickle down because you have this massive frustration with globalization at the concept. People are saying, well, U.S. and China and India everyone traded so well in the 90s and while all these countries got richer, but average people didn't. And of course, we know that top 1% or whatnot did get richer. So it is about finding ways to make sure that wealth and that opportunity trickled down, say, I'm sure that you actually have people who are confident enough in democracy to continue believing in a democratic system. If you take the longer view of history, I'm not saying very long, but 50 years or so. China has really been rivaling the United States economically. They've come up so dramatically in their overall economic output, not necessarily per CAPiTA GDP, but even that is increased significantly. With an autocracy. And there's certainly reports that president Xi sees that as a test of his system of government against ours and that we are found lacking because we have become too ossified. It's too hard for us to move and to do things quickly. What do you make of that claim that in fact the experience of a China actually is indicating some real weakness in our system of government? Both ways where certainly there's this argument that China can get things done faster in certain cases because you have a strongman like she who basically dictates something and it works its way through the system. Whereas, of course, the United States President Biden should want to do all these things. But if he doesn't have Congress on board, it's not going to happen and getting Congress on board is quite difficult. But on the flip side, I think efficiency can actually be a curse of autocracy at times where the strongman at the top says, well, we really need to do X, Y and
Justice Kavanaugh Accuser Admits to Lying
"The Kavanaugh accuser emits to lying and faces criminal charges. This story when I read it because we all knew the truth. Remember that lady that gets to fight and she was a mental health therapist and 30 something freaking years later, she was still having all of these emotional problems and she still needed to heal based upon some sexual activity allegedly that occurred between she and Kavanaugh where it wasn't even really a sexual assault and she was so traumatized. I forget her name, but come to find out, you know, she said she was claustrophobic and all this kind of stuff. She was so bent out of shape. She had to have two separate doors built built on her house and then come to find out later, well, one was used as a private residence entrance, another was used for like renters or something like that. That's the way they rolled and her particular community. Her boyfriend came out and said, oh my are her ex, oh my God, she's lying. We used to fly in these small prop planes all the time together these small engine one single engine planes all the time. The lady was a complete and utter fraud, the mission was to make sure the Kavanaugh was not put on the Supreme Court.
Candace Owens Defends Don Lemons Remarks on Women in Their Prime
"There's a severe overreaction. Here's what Candace Owens had to say about Don lemon's remarks. People are going to force me to actually defend Don lemon for saying something that simply made sense. People are outraged. Don lemon might lose his job. In fact, they're going to now make him take diversity and inclusion courses. He's facing all of this pressure because he's clearly sexist, right? Don let me just clearly sexist because he made a remark about Nikki Haley not being in her prime. I'm sorry, what was wrong with what Don lemon just said, is it the part that it happens to be true? It's not allowed at CNN. Why is everybody acting so offended by the fact that he basically said, water is wet? Why do people keep being perpetually offended when we acknowledge that as you age, you are no longer in your prime. The girls sitting beside him and I'm calling them girls because they're acting like little teenage girls. All right guys, prime what do you say? You're burning my feelings. Women are in the workplace so that we can cry and be upset and not be able to understand a basic biological fact, like only women can give birth. CNN people. How could you say that? Oh my gosh. How could you say that? Also, women are not in their biological prime when they are 51 years old. I think Haley is. By the way, I'm 33. I want you guys to know something. It's a secret. Don't tell anybody. I'm not in my biological prime. Women, we don't peak at 33. We don't pick at 43. We don't pick up 53. Just like men. We peak when we are younger. And he said, what are you talking about? I need you to qualify. You know exactly what he's talking about. What do you think that you peak at when you're 51? Okay, let me just offer the question back, right? How could you possibly think that as you get older, you're somehow what getting stronger, faster, smarter, none of those things, obviously. And I don't find that to be problematic. I don't think it's problematic that Nikki Haley is running at 51.
Don Lemon Returns to CNN Show After Formal Training
"Don lemon, I think I want to start with this. I didn't intend to, but I'll go ahead and start with this. I think there's a severe overreaction by the conservative movement. And I thought about this a little bit. I can't even recall how I reacted at first, but I can tell you, as I've told you many times how I react, every time I see Don lemon on TV, now I don't watch CNN, but just hearing clips and I used to listen to him to some degree just to hear what he had to say as long as I could stomach him, but my issue with Don lemon was that he's not talented. He's a narcissist. He thought he thinks that he's smart and all of this kind of stuff and it's so obvious he asked some of the dumbest questions and makes some of the dumbest points on television. And I'm not trying to be mean. I mean, honestly, if you sit there and you watch Don lemon on television, you'll sit there and scratch your head if you have a modicum of common sense and you'll ask yourself the question, how is it that this man is on national television? How did he get here? It has to be another diversity hire. In my opinion, it makes no sense to me. Otherwise, it really doesn't. But Don lemon found himself ugly back on TV this morning, obviously I did not watch, but that has been the reports that he's back on TV with his co host poppy Harlow and Katie hollins. And just to refresh, he returned today after receiving formal training and once he said that Nikki Haley was just out of her prime. And a lot of people get upset with that and I sat there thinking, okay, for all the things that people are talking about dismissing Don lemon for shouldn't it go back to a talent issue?
"warsaw" Discussed on WTOP
"Drifts that could be several feet deep and windchills down to 45 below zero. Experts are warning people to stock up on supplies and stay inside. President Biden's now headed home, but before leaving Poland today, he met with NATO leaders about the war in Ukraine. The president met here with the Bucharest 9. The group of NATO leaders whose countries are closest to Russia. Near the front lines of our collective defense and you know better than anyone, what's at stake in this conflict. Asked by a reporter for his view of Russia suspending its participation in the new start nuclear arms treaty, mister Biden said Vladimir Putin is making a big mistake. Stephen portnoy CBS News Warsaw. The Supreme Court is focused on social media again today and whether companies are liable for harmful content. CBS Allison keyes is in Washington, one of the cases involves a lawsuit against Twitter by American relatives of a Jordanian man killed in a massacre in Istanbul. Justice Sonia Sotomayor wondered what would make the platform liable under the anti terrorism law, telling Twitter's attorney Seth waxman, he seems to want a direct tie between the form of assistance and the actual act. With her worth out knowledge that this will be. The parents of Madeleine McCann have agreed to a DNA test for a Polish woman who claims to be their long lost daughter. And again was just a toddler when she disappeared while the family was on vacation in Portugal, 15 years ago. This woman recently posted pictures comparing similar features to McCann. How healthy are milks made from plants versus cows, CBS is Alexander tin says the FDA wants people to know. The FDA says companies making planned milks that fall short of their dairy peers should disclose on the label when they contain less of nutrients like vitamin D or calcium. And that includes soil
Biden slams Russian brutality in Ukraine
"President Joe Biden's wrapping up his whirlwind four day visit to Poland and Ukraine. The president's reassuring eastern Flank NATO allies that his administration is highly attuned to the looming threats and other impacts spurred by the grinding Russian invasion of Ukraine before departing Warsaw. Biden will hold talks with leaders from the Bucharest 9, the collection of nations on the most eastern Flank of NATO was formed in response to Russian president Vladimir Putin's 2014 annexation of Crimea, many of the Flank nations worry, the Russian president Vladimir Putin could move to take military action against them next if
"warsaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He thought NATO would fracture and divide. Instead, NATO was more united and more unified than ever than ever before. He thought he could weaponize energy to crack your resolve, Europe's resolve. Instead, we're working together to end Europe's dependence on Russell fought Russian fossil fuels. He thought autocrats like himself were tough. And leaders of democracy were soft and then he met the iron will of America and the nations everywhere that refused to accept the world governed by fear and force, he found himself at war with a nation led by a man whose courage would be forged in fire and steel president zelensky. President Putin president Putin is confronted with something today that he didn't think was possible a year ago. The democracy of the world have grown stronger, not weaker, but the autocrats of the world have grown weaker, not stronger. Because in the moments of great upheaval and uncertainty, that knowing what you stand for is most important, and knowing who stands with you makes all the difference, the people of Poland know that you know that, in fact, you don't know you know it better than anyone here in Poland. Because that's what solidarity means through partition and oppression when the beautiful city was destroyed after the Warsaw uprising during decades under the iron fist of communist rule, Poland endured because you stood together, that's how brave leaders of the opposition and the people of Belarus continued to fight for their democracy. That's how the resolve
Biden's foray into Ukraine deepens his investment in defeating Russia
"President Joe Biden continues talking with NATO nations. The president set to consult with allies from NATO's eastern Flank in Poland, as the Russian invasion of Ukraine ages toward an even more complicated stage after making a surprise visit to keep on Monday, Biden's in Warsaw, with a mission to solidify western support as most Ukraine and Russia are preparing spring offensives. The conflict has already left tens of thousands dead, devastated Ukraine's infrastructure system and wreaked havoc on the global economy. Biden says is critical that there's not to be any doubt about
Are We Getting Our Money's Worth From Europe?
"I was talking about this racist that's in The White House, and it's administration that totally racist. They hate white people. They hate white working class. People or at least the people bite in staffers do. I suspect that it's Susan Rice running a lot of this stuff, but just before I get to that, let me just touch on some of the key points that have been with Biden's visit to Ukraine to Kyiv today. And he's also going to be going to Poland or did he go to Poland before? I forget. I forget which order they were in. Okay, so he's in Poland now. He's in Warsaw now. All right, so he went to Kyiv and he wanted to make a strong statement. The problem is he's not making a strong statement because the world leaders see him and they're laughing. They see open borders, so they can't take them seriously. They see China able to able to control a balloon a spy balloon to go across the entire United States. They see Biden pouring money into Ukraine with no plan to win our leaders are military leaders sadly between Millie and Lloyd Austin with no plan, no strategy to win and let's make no mistake about it. Yes, it's the Russian Ukraine war, but it's also America's proxy war because we're not even getting our fear. We're not even getting a fair amount of money. In my opinion, from Europe. At this point, we did the frontal damage, Europe needs to come in and fight this fight. We're not demanding that.
"warsaw" Discussed on WTOP
"Country where there is not a U.S. Military presence on the ground. National Security Council staffer, Amanda sloat, says the trip was designed to show the world that President Biden is serious when he says he'll stand with Ukraine as long as it takes. Nothing says that more clearly than physically showing up in Ukraine standing in Ukraine's capital in a city that is still standing a country that is still standing. And next to a leader that is still standing. Stephen portnoy, CBS News, Warsaw. Mister Biden is now in Poland to discuss humanitarian and military aid with Eastern European leaders. Two weeks after massive earthquakes in turkey and Syria killed thousands of people and reduced buildings to rubble, another earthquake magnitude 6.3 hit the same area today, at least three people dead and more than 200 injured. Indiana University science professor Michael hamburger says the latest quake is part of an aftershock sequence that typically follows a major earthquake. We will expect this to continue certainly for weeks and perhaps months after this main shock. And of course, buildings and areas that have been damaged by the main earthquake are potentially subject to further damage associated with a large aftershock like this one. Police in New Orleans have arrested a suspect in a deadly shooting at one of the city's biggest Mardi Gras parades, reporter Chris Miller is in New Orleans. A 21 year old man has been booked on a charge of second degree murder and illegally carrying a gun as New Orleans police continue to investigate. Interim chief Michelle woodfork says a male aged 15 to 18 was killed in the shooting four others, including a four year old girl wounded. Despite the violence, she says the NOPD is seized more than a hundred guns from the parade areas this Mardi Gras. We're serious about making this event truly safe. Of course Miller for CBS News New Orleans. We're learning more about a man arrested in connection with The Weeknd killing of an auxiliary Catholic bishop in Los Angeles. Los Angeles County sheriff Robert Luna says Carlos Medina had some done some work at bishop David O'Connell's home and Medina's wife was O'Connell's housekeeper. As a result of the second search warrant detectives recovered two firearms and other evidence possibly linking Medina to the crime. The sheriff says a caller told authorities that Medina was acting irrationally and had made comments about O'Connell owing him money. On Wall Street today, the markets were closed for president's day. This is CBS News
"warsaw" Discussed on WTOP
"And Ukraine stands. Democracy stands. Mister Biden walked with volodymyr zelensky and a saint Michael's cathedral in the heart of Kyiv, just at that moment, air raid sirens were heard in the capital. The movements of the American president were kept a tightly held secret, a pool reporter who accompanied mister Biden on his departure from Washington, said Air Force One was wheels up from D.C. before dawn Sunday. We expect President Biden to travel next here to Poland, where he had been scheduled to arrive tomorrow for meetings with Eastern European leaders. I'm Stephen portnoy and Warsaw, now with more CBS News, here's Linda kenyon in Washington. Former president Jimmy Carter opting not to seek any more medical treatment and is resting at home. I'm Jim crystal in plains, Georgia. Those who have seen former president Jimmy Carter in recent days describe him as at peace, the 98 year old is now under hospice care at his home with his family, including former First Lady Rosalind nearby at all times. The carters have been married for more than 75 years, making American history is the longest married presidential couple. The UN secretary general has strongly condemned North Korea's latest missile launches over the weekend the north Tess launched an intercontinental ballistic missile, followed by two short range ballistic missiles, Ralph Casa, is an expert on North Korea. What they're trying to do is pressure us into stopping our exercises. They're very upset. You know, they thought they had a deal with president Trump, but no more military exercises. Those joined U.S. South Korea military exercises are conducted annually. Classes resume at Michigan state university today the first day since last week's deadly mass shooting there. Uneasiness at Michigan state as school leadership tells students it's time to go back to class. No one thinks that we're coming back to a normal week. In fact, this semester is not going to be normal. Three students were killed and 5 were injured last week.
Biden’s test: Sustaining unity as Ukraine war enters Year 2
"President Joe Biden is set to travel to Poland. President Biden will be meeting with allies to reassure them of the U.S. commitment to the region as Russia's deadly invasion of Ukraine reaches the one year mark, as White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said on Fox News Sunday, the U.S. will continue its support of Ukraine. We are going to stay committed to Ukraine going forward. And I think when the president, when you see him go to Poland next week in Warsaw, he'll make that case before the entire world and the Polish people. The president has underscored his commitment to Ukraine for both international and domestic audiences, but it's a commitment that's testing the patients of a narrowly divided Congress. I'm Shelley Adler
The Idea of Sending Western Weaponry to Ukraine Is Insane
"Comes to supplying weapons, this is really, this is hugely important. Right at the beginning of the war, I wrote an analytic piece, I think it was for breitbart. And what I said back then, ten months ago, hasn't changed today. The idea that we should be sending that anybody, the Germans, the Brits, or the Americans, should be sending western weaponry to Ukraine and cash is insane. This is a former republic of the Soviet Union. What they need is Soviet era equipment, which is standing in stockpiles in former Warsaw Pact nations like Hungary, like Poland, the Baltic states and Romania. They need to this is the Polish deal. Remember the Polish deal, Poland said, we've got MiG 29s while given to Ukraine if America backfills. Biden says yes and then 48 hours later because he's a feckless senile old get changes his mind. So they should be supplied equipment they know how to use, not Abrams tanks that nobody in Ukraine has ever driven that have 19 different types of oil to run them and that need a resupply chain from America. No, give them Soviet air equipment that we don't want anyway. Give them ammunition and lastly, just because we have a dominance in ISR in intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance when it comes to military satellites give them the target packets to hit the Russians that are on their territory where it hurts.
Larry Taunton Reports From Poland on His W.E.F. Experience
"Our friend Larry, Taunton. Whom you know from this program, he is now in Poland. He was just in Davos, Switzerland with the Antichrist convention. Or whatever they call it, Larry, thank you so much for making the effort all the way from Poland to be on this program. Hey, great to be with you, brother. What part of Poland are you in, sir? I am in Warsaw, and I've been here with Ukrainian refugees almost exclusively women because of course the men were required to stay in fight. And just trying to get a look at what's going on there. And it's very interesting. Well, I want to talk to you of course about where you just were. You were at the world economic forum, I am, again, amazed that you made your way there, we've got a few minutes, tell us what did you see and hear, what are you thinking? Yeah, Eric, you know, you learn from experience that there are some things that you just can't deduce not being there. They're just certain experiences that you're going to get. Things you're going to understand by just having boots on the ground. And that's the way I felt about Davos by going there. I thought, you know, I'm probably going to get some insights here that I otherwise would not get. Now let's be clear, the World Economic Forum, there were over 50 heads of state at this particular gathering. There were more than a 115 billionaires, 600 plus a major CEOs in about 2700 attendees. And my approach here, rather than doing what in some ways you and people at home probably had a better idea of what was going on with the big picture than I did. You're in an individual session or something and you don't see the big picture of what's going on. But that stuff was being covered very well by other people. My approach was to try to get some idea of the people who are attending and the big ideas that are driving the forum. And of course, at bottom, it is utterly atheistic.
Ukraine war: Poland asks Germany for permission to export tanks - BBC
"Poland has officially requested permission from Germany to transfer its leopard to battle tanks to Ukraine where they can help fight Russia's invasion. German officials have confirmed to the DPA news agency that they have received the application from Warsaw, saying it would be assessed with due urgency. Foreign minister and Elena berwald had said on Sunday for Germany which builds the tanks wouldn't seek to stop Poland from providing the high-tech armor to Kyiv. The development comes as Ukraine authorities move
Germany resists intense pressure over tanks for Ukraine, saying 'the situation has not changed'
"Poland moves to get tanks to Ukraine. Defense minister Mario blasta, whose officially requested permission from Germany to transfer its leopard two tanks to Ukraine where they can help fight Russia's invasion. Also appealed to Germany to join the coalition of countries supporting Ukraine with leopard two tanks, a reference to recent pressure on Berlin to send some of their own tanks, Germany has hesitated to take that step despite Ukraine's pleas. Berlin has received Warsaw's request flash tax set in a tweet, though German officials have not immediately confirmed that. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Poland pushes for tanks for Ukraine, will seek German OK
"Poland will ask Germany for the go ahead to send tanks to Ukraine. Poland's prime minister says his government will seek Germany's permission to send leopard tanks to Ukraine, prime minister Matteo's more EVS didn't specify when the request will be made. He says Poland's building a coalition of nations ready to send leopards, adding Warsaw would make its own decisions, even if there was no permission from Germany, the Ukrainian government says tanks and especially the German made leopards a vital if it is to prevail over
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"warsaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You Meanwhile AU officials say the block is also ready to step up sanctions and will discuss that matter today Now here in the UK the foreign secretary Liz truss once Moscow suspended from a body within the United Nations We will not rest until these criminals have been brought to justice We are clear that after these appalling crimes Russia has no place on the Human Rights Council Liz truss was in Warsaw meeting her Ukrainian counterpart yesterday the foreign secretary says the UK needs to announce a tough new wave of sanctions against Russia Staying here in the UK travel bottlenecks that are holding up a pre Easter exodus of thousands of British tourists are set to continue Bloomberg's UN pots has all those details Easy Jess is expected to cancel more flights in the coming days as a result of high levels of staff absence due to rising levels of coronavirus cases The airline says around 60 flights to and from the UK are likely to be grounded following cancellations yesterday British Airways is also canceling some services amidst staff sickness and travel bottlenecks also held up thousands of British tourists at Dover fairy port over the weekend with rail services disrupted after a freight train broke down in the Channel Tunnel causing disruption on eurostar The upheaval comes ahead of the Easter school holidays and the start of one of Europe's busiest periods for travel In London I'm mu and parts Bloomberg daybreak Europe And Elon Musk has acquired a 9.2% stake in Twitter to become the platform's biggest shareholder Twitter says a surge by as much as 27% the biggest one day rise since its trading debut all the way back in 2013 Musk's filing with the SEC suggests he intends to remain a passive shareholder though he started a poll yesterday about a new feature for the service which is of course the edit button global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in 120 countries I'm Leanne gorons this is Bloomberg Alex when I saw this story this morning I said to producer Hannah thank God because I can just not spell And I have to delete so many tweets at honestly It's a nightmare Yeah and then we're going to say you're a broadcast native Thank you so much for that Leah Of my charm as a journalist just can't spell That's why we have editors Well thank you Let's stick with that story on Elon Musk stake in Twitter and bring in Bloomberg intelligence analysts Matthew blocks I mean it's hard to know where to start with this Maybe we can break it on to two ideas perhaps there's the financial plagues put in perhaps two and a half $1 billion and maybe looking to get a return on that Or there's the influence piece And we've seen an activist come in and wield certain degree of influence Do you think he has the ability to do the same Yeah absolutely I mean I'm sure he's having significant influence already simply by putting out a couple of tweets And the fact that he's now got over 9% in the company gives him an actual official platform to engage with the management team in the regular circuit of meetings they'll be having with investors So I think he's never done things in an orthodox way And I think people obviously being pigeonholing his filing as a passive but probably a banker probably said if you do it this way it's going to be passive And he's almost gone well I'm going to do that way and be active Just to kind of buck the system if you like Rules don't seem to have stopped him in the past Because I kind of wonder whether to look at this and be like okay this is one of those things where Elon Musk tweets about Dogecoin Dogecoin goes higher Elon Musk takes a stake in Twitter It goes higher It's sort of the fun of it It's sort of the WallStreetBets model Or I mean is there anything sort of finance and boring about this that you could say okay maybe Elon Musk can step in here and actually bring about some change that pushes profitability up for Twitter Certainly that there's potential to do that I mean I think you do have to kind of wonder just quite far how much is influence can go But I think Twitter arguably has been one of the underperforming ad funded social networks out there for a long time They've never really kind of tapped into the potential the way that Facebook and Google has And so I'm sure he does see given why the share price has gone to that there is an enormous amount of untapped potential there That could potentially be unlocked but it would need I think some quite significant changes in the way Twitter operates and getting that daily active users up daily active users number up quite a bit And whether he can exert enough influence on the management team to get the kind of changes needed as open to debate And the thing I want to actually with that comment Danny about earnings is whether that's not necessarily the point because Elon's able to drive share prices up into the stratosphere even without significant improvement in earnings And the thing we sometimes forget about Twitter yeah it's a small company compared to Facebook about 5% of the market cap but it does trade at a premium It trades at most about 50 times forward earnings Facebook trades about 15 times forward earnings So does that mean that actually there is growth potential there that analysts are spying his ability to then outperform that Is that going to be a challenge Could be although given how rich he is two and a half $3 billion is not less than 1% Massive investment for him And so I have to put it alongside these other perhaps arguably more altruistic goals that he has across the whole sphere of areas for the kind of human race that maybe that's kind of where more of his employees But it's also interesting that he made this investment some weeks ago and then tweeted about lots of things I think there's a lot of day traders out there that are thinking oh you know you need to follow Elon because he gives you clues after he's made his trade and that you can actually make money by reading between the lines of what he posts on Twitter and other platforms But is that sort of volatility at the end of the day a good thing for Twitter Do you think if you're sitting on Twitter's in Twitter C suite that you see this investment from Elon Musk and you say okay this is a good thing or oh my gosh all of a sudden every time he tweets our share price is going to move There was that risk I guess.
"warsaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In Warsaw and that's all anyone's talked about since even though he said a couple more things other than that I just wonder what they would describe this or how they would describe this in terms of positive or negative as they describe the ad libbed remark wasn't in the original script Rick and Genie are back with us as we reassemble the panel Bloomberg politics contributors Rick Davis Genie Chan rickett seemed to be an honest moment President came out today as we heard earlier this hour and said you know I'm actually not walking anything back He was just explained that's the way he felt that doesn't represent a change in policy with the administration Why walk anything back What did he say wrong I don't think he said anything wrong This man can not remain in power No kidding I mean that's the whole point of this and The White House puts out a statement that says quote the president's point was that Putin can not be allowed to exercise power over his neighbors or the region What does that even mean As opposed to his own country I think he's got to walk back The White House not the president I mean I think the president is perfect on this tone I mean we have to be a country that promotes values And we can not say on one day that Vladimir Putin's army is committing war crimes that the president himself called him a war criminal and then say he can remain in power Right How does that work Well that's the thing here With the language we're talking about Genie it's really not the worst thing he's called him a butcher about 24 hours earlier When he was visiting the refugees he called him a war criminal Not much earlier than that Aren't those much more condemning than what he said in an offhand remark at the end of the speech Yeah and he called him a killer I mean we could do it on and on with the list And you're right you know the reality is that what the president said It's hard to disagree with it when you think about the facts of this case alone It's hard to disagree with anything he said The challenges of course the president to a certain extent distracting from what was a very successful trip because now you've got you know I don't think this is going to last into the history books but you get 24 48 hours of distraction away from and I agree with what your guest was just saying What was a really really successful trip of uniting NATO Western Allies the EU And now you've got people like Macron coming out and saying well wait a minute This may not be how I would talk about it So to that extent it is something of a distraction But in the reality I don't think it matters much This is not going to change Putin's behavior by any stretch of the imagination And it's not going to change NATO or the EU's behavior Well you know what the line is Rick when people get upset about this It's the same thing they said about Donald Trump The words of a president matter The Joe Biden said that a lot of times on the campaign trail What do you make of that side of this if we're upsetting our allies in Europe was it the wrong moment to express that opinion Well we're upsetting the French I wouldn't say we're upsetting our allies in Europe I mean and by the way how's that plan Macron had to keep the Russians out of Ukraine This guy is running around trying to do the right thing which caused peace But the reality is he hasn't made any dent in progress So let's just look at this from the point of view of what do we need to accomplish The only way Vladimir Putin comes to the table to negotiate and I think your guests said this earlier in just a different way is that if he feels the pain And if he feels the pain both at home and abroad and a broad means he's got to be losing in Ukraine which there's some evidence that he's at least stymied if not potentially losing ground And he's got to feel the pain at home And why in the world would you actually accommodate Vladimir Putin who's a butcher a killer a murderer and a war criminal by giving him anything other than a hard time at home And that means politically Well I bet it went over pretty well in Ukraine Jeannie It might have been it might have gone over pretty well in Ukraine but let's not forget you've also got you know meetings going on in Istanbul tomorrow and you've got president zelensky saying that there are you know there is a political diplomatic solution here at least from his perspective you know this non nuclear status neutrality security guarantees So that is the reality And I just go back to something You know you also had a certain suggestion that Germany and France according to zelensky were starting to show cracks in what was otherwise a very strong unified response And that's something the United States has done really well Keep everybody together and that's where I think people do have a concern about the president's statement Yes it may be true He's also president with a goal Keep the allies united Anything that distracts from that is problematic from his own definition of success Spending time with Rick and Jeannie on a Monday this is Bloomberg sound on I'm Joe Matthew in Washington I know everyone was up late last night based on the ratings numbers I saw today at least Watching the Oscars little did we know we were in for Fight Night my God I actually thought watching Will Smith and Chris Rock that I'd fallen asleep on the couch as I've been known to do and maybe I was dreaming But look I just want people to understand Will Smith was not the only celebrity who dropped an F bomb on an open microphone on television over the weekend Well there was also Donald Trump Here he is at the big rally We told you about Friday in Georgia He was stumping for former senator David perdue Here's the former president talking about climate change versus the threat of climate change versus the threat of the war in Ukraine And yet you have people like John Kerry worrying about the climate The.
"warsaw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"My wife and I got to watch our son who's 15 in a pre professional ballet program dance live on stage in front of an audience and it was astounding Not only did he do a ballet piece but he did a contemporary piece which we had never seen him do before It was just beautiful We could not be prouder of him It's Jericho in Warsaw Poland and as you can imagine it's been kind of a rough week this week with everything that's going on and the news coming out all the time But the best part of my week has been seeing the equally big amount of news of people who are responding in the very best ways People volunteering people donating people organizing to help refugees coming into the country And on Thursday I was able to meet with my choir and in two hours we managed to make 700 sandwiches that we sent to the border to feed refugees who are coming into Poland This is Brian from east Harlem New York and for the best thing that happened to me this week I have to tell you about the worst thing that happened to me last year and that was the passing of my father He passed away unexpectedly in October and it's been really hard without him When he passed me and my siblings collectively remembered that he was in a doo wop group back in the 50s He made a couple of recordings David did a couple songs and they created CDs decades ago I think it was in the 90s Thankfully today my uncle just discovered the CD that he had And it was like finding my hearing from my father again after these many months and it sounds a bit like this If you could hear that but that was definitely the best thing that happened to me this.
"warsaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"More than one and a half million refugees have arrived in Poland since the war in Ukraine broke out but what happens next Well this report is from Warsaw's main train station where the volunteers greet hundreds arriving every single day I'm here at the warfare west train station One of the main trends at points for Ukrainians that have just come across the border over the last 24 hours or so At this point here they can stay for the night They can get some fresh clothes some free food as well They can get their tickets on to their final destination wherever that is Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine about one and a half million people crossed the Ukrainian border into the European Union and into Poland About a third of them have ended up in Warsaw A city of 2 million Over a 100,000 people a day come in through the Euclidean Polish border in places such as Remy Many of them end up in central Warsaw before moving on to their destination somewhere further west When Islam Williams died The Ukrainians have spoken to one basically one thing which is some sort of feeling of safety The women that I've spoken with with small children here very traumatized Right now they're not thinking about the long-term where they want to end up there thinking of where they will spend the next 24 48 hours As they were forced to leave their homeland Volunteers like the ones behind me and the yellow vest are working nonstop to help refugees get a respite and their travel and to help them along to wherever it is that they want to go I'm here every day 9 ten hours a day Because I can sleep So otherwise I can't eat that you can do anything else But we have hope Sometimes people come and try on our shoulders and with great together sometimes they all laugh and it's a good thing we do it I've come over to help my Friends practice which we have heard now Very quickly within 36 hours of raised 10,000 Sterling from the children at home from my children's classmates from parents So people have been really phenomenal just literally so immediately transfer cash to me for me to go shopping for these ladies The capacity for them to stay in Poland is becoming limited as Poland has already absorbed about one and a half million refugees so there's just not that much room for them despite the efforts of the government and the volunteer groups Just.
VP Kamala Harris Ignores Question About Chemical Warfare With Russia
"Why are we not giving him the helicopters Why are we not giving him the airplane needed to protect and defend their country I know there's corruption but there's corruption in almost every nation that used to be a part of Russia Does that mean that we let them all fall and go back in the hands of Vladimir Putin Is that what we're going to do now And if you think Putin's going to stop you're stupid and naive Vladimir Putin they're now talking about their concern about chemical warfare And what happens if that happens right Well it was a question that was asked Of our prestigious vice president the leader of the you know the number two in command and she's supposed to be fixing all these problems over in Warsaw when she didn't even know where she is She was asked about that And here's what it sounded like listen I'll write a line for the U.S. 33 Chemical weapons be a red line Over and over again the chance for the question no
"warsaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Main purpose to be here is to have a place for work 7 days in the shelter I need just a place silent place to work to help my country I'm going to call just what is your opinion right now on the situation with the concern around the nuclear reactors and Ukraine do you think that that is something that's a concern or do you think that it is overblown in the media It's a really dangerous absolutely that's right waitressing and my biggest concern is about young people from Russia so soldiers that absolutely don't realize what they do where they stay and it's my biggest concern As people try and stay in touch with their families back home social media platforms are a crucial part of that I use the telegram with my friends They arrived in Warsaw yesterday Have you been using any of the news sources on telecom as well I use telegram channels like official channels or describe station Ukraine when you're in touch with people Are you worried about any issues with disinformation People giving information So I was living in an apartment block and we had a group chat for the whole building So we was using it for a sirens to go to the basement to hide to check whether ever soon is finding the local area near the building And they usually forward messages about the news but some of them was maybe not true And they usually proofread it check with official channels For many of these refugees the hope is still there that they will be able to return to their homes and their lives back in Ukraine when the war is over It's like part of me and leaving the country is like living your people your family and to be part of yourself That was really hard decision Poland I'm Aggie cantrell Bloomberg radio So.
"warsaw" Discussed on Available Worldwide
"Work with the foreign service life? Are you on a company tour or something right now? Yes, we are on an unaccompanied tour. So can you tell me what's the name of your business and what is it that you do? Yes, I work for clockwise capital. I am a global adviser and financial planner. So I primarily work with foreign service and government employees. So I build customized financial plans for my clients that captures their unique situation, needs, wants wishes for life, and then we help execute those plans through portfolio management and an ongoing relationship. So I'm not sure, but is math and finances your superpower than or do you have other superpowers that keep you going? Well, I do certainly love math and finance. But I think if I were to have to pinpoint one superpower, I would say it's that I can do hard things. So whether that is accomplishing a lofty goal or facing difficult situations that life throws at you, I feel like I do a good job at facing those tough tasks or trying circumstances. I feel like one of the things that a lot of people want to hear about our guests is kind of what their journey has been to where they are today. So in a few words, can you tell me where you have been around the world and if you know where you're going next where that will be? Yeah, absolutely. So we were in D.C. for our first two assignments and that might as well have been a foreign country for me coming from small town Arkansas. So we did about 6 years there. And then we were on to Warsaw Poland and now like I mentioned, we are doing an unaccompanied tour where I'm back in my home state. All my husband serves overseas. And next, we are headed to Nassau Bahamas. Well, that will be different. Yeah, I'm not mad about it. I am currently in a place where it's pretty much eternal summer. So I think we're going to be sharing some similar weather soon. So before I don't know, did you always work in finances? Or in finance or did you have a previous career before you got started with advising? Yeah, so I have always been in finance. That's what I studied and undergrad. And then I went on to get my MBA. I was fortunate enough to start working at a brokerage firm while I was in college and then through my graduate degree. And then did that for several years, which was the start of the Great Recession. So it was really eye opening and a kind of a great initiation into the industry and then I switched gears, but I stayed in the same field and I worked on the compliance side of the fence. So I worked for a state regulatory agency for several years and then my husband got the job with the foreign service and we had to relocate. And then I started with another brokerage firm and was there for about 5 years before I started the role I'm in now. So as far as compliance versus work with clients, what's more interesting to you? Oh, I love the clients. I love working with the people. I love hearing their stories, getting to know them and really feel like I'm helping. Don't get me wrong, the compliance side is very necessary and imperative to the industry. But you don't really get to see a lot of the fruits of your labor. So I love the client facing side of things. So when you started then, working in finance, did you think someday I'm going to have my own client base and I'm going to be doing this one on one work or is there did you have a different goal when you first started? Oh, I had no idea I would be in the role I am now. I used to terrify me to think that I would have a client base and have these relationships where I would be responsible for so much. I didn't think that it was something that I could do quite honestly, but that was kind of one of the things like I mentioned doing doing hard things. And I worked really hard when I was at one of my previous jobs to prove it to myself and to my coworkers that I could do it. And it has been the best thing and it's mind-blowing to me where I am now versus where I thought I would be, you know, ten years ago. That's inspirational. Do you mostly serve other foreign service families or do you find that you're working with people in Arkansas or what's your client base usually? Yes, so primarily I am working with foreign service individuals and families. And I do have right now I have one client who is not related to government in any capacity. I feel like our client pools are the same people. Great. So before we really get started with some of the questions I had about your advice for EFM business owners and that kind of thing, I do know that financial advice is not something you probably give out freely over the Internet all the time. So do you have any caveats for our listeners? Yes, I will say please don't go and start doing things after you listen to this. Have a conversation with a professional in the field, whether that somebody you already have a relationship with or I would certainly love to connect with you as well. But every situation, every person, every business is unique and you want to make sure that anything that you're doing is most appropriate for you. Okay, so hopefully this my random questions will be applicable for anybody who's exploring these same questions that at least I am right now. And you can help me Erin if anything I asked should be broadened or narrowed a little bit. One of the things that I talk about in relation to my business all the time is this idea that I want to help other people be more successful. And that's one of the reasons I asked you to be on the show with me today because I feel like a lot of spouses have diplomats are I don't know business curious. Is that a thing? Curious about owning their own business curious about what the ramifications would be. And they're also often nervous about the idea that they've lost a double income situation and are now on a single income kind of foreign service lifestyle. And so they don't really know how to navigate that. The decisions they're making are the ones that maybe worked well as a double income family. But they're still hesitant to change things now that they may be starting a business or doing consulting work or something like that. So is there something about your business that you love talking about, especially if you're serving these same people, the people who are newly foreign service or experienced foreign service? So I can really nerd out when it comes to developing the financial plans for my clients. So when I can show them how implementing some recommended changes can save them significant money on taxes or let them retire early or maybe they can buy that beach house or travel continue their travels,.
"warsaw" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Warsaw and died on August 16 2000 and 12 servant during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. David's joining us in studio here on the huge show. Across Michigan. And you mentioned from that point forward, even with heavy heart, which still sits on your chest. Today, you celebrated his life. What's the best thing you've heard about David since he died, that really inspires you every day. I don't know if it's one thing But it's the vast majority of people that David touched in his 27 years of life here. He grew up in Kentwood. That's not a long time, because if you think about the Earth, your adult quasi adult somewhere around 18 and 27 means there's about a decade of touching people's lives. Right 16 to 27 give her tech right Well, exactly, And we're just a normal family in Kentwood. And you think about the lives that he's touched. I'm not exaggerating. He touched around the world that we've heard. And He had great things planned that we had no idea and the lives he touched, So I can't say it's one thing but just knowing the people that he touched how he touched our family. Um there's no better person on this day, David. We're paying tribute to those who have served. Those who serve today and also those like David that made the ultimate sacrifice for this country. My best to you, my man will be in touch. Give stuff my best. The boys the worse than family, the extended worsen family. Which covers most of this country. It's an honor. To be a part of your lives, and I never met David worsen, but I feel like I know the man. I really do. I tell everybody I never people said Well, you sound like you know, you know him? No, I didn't know him. Well, no now Do I know him now And then, the way everything is crisscrossing the different passed from that day when you sat there at Mongolian barbecue on 28th Street with stuff, and I think your niece who now goes to Michigan State, right? Nice, Brooke. Yeah, definitely. And you talked about, you know, read this book. Yeah. When I read the book, I said, this needs to be a movie Lone survivor by Marcus Luttrell and Lo and behold, and then it's a movie and we're all on that stage in front of over 500 people and Celebration Cinema North, and Not only are we celebrating David's legacy Bobby Thrill kill, he said. You know what? Let him stand up, and he got that thunderous ovation. Crowd won't sit down for about five minutes. And he's the Marine. And just again. I thought to play the Bobby thrill Coup interview. Have you in studio, my man? We'll talk soon. Okay. We'll do when we thank you for everything you do. You don't need to thank me. I always say that. Well, let me tell you, you do always say that. But it's your voice that gets out in really gives credit to these veterans and the people that gave their life So you are a huge piece of that. And you know what I partner with Johnny Brandon. Senior and you know, from David's flag flying at the brands on Leonard to that ceremony to Johnny being a part of the golf tournaments, Johnny being there at the lone Survivor thing. Tell you what, you know, There's a reason why we're close friends. That guy cares more. About the military and the police that anybody would ever know he That's another special guy. Johnny Brand is absolutely fantastic and his place on Leonard Street, he put a flag up in memory of David up on this building. There's a picture of David inside it. Absolutely fantastic. Good man. Good man. You're a great man. Wonderful family. I know it's a tough day. But 11 11 11 letters. That is kind of crazy. You keep telling you tell that 11 loving story all the time. I do think one day all day at your house and I believe in God's 11 11. I can't leave now. I gotta wait till it's 11. 12. I can't walk out right now. David Worsen Sr. Thank you. God bless David Wharton Jr. Okay, my man. Thank you. You're listening to a huge show conversations with Gold star families here in Michigan as they talk about the legacy of their sons who made the ultimate sacrifice fighting for.
"warsaw" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And by the way, Bravo to what you are doing here on American warrior radio and highlighting these incredible heroes and I love how you opened the show. How important that you remembered the loss of the sheriff's deputy and his canine I. It's so important to teach these values and unthreatened to be with you. Well. It's the highlight of my career. I'll leave it at that read unless a little into the way back machine know what inspired a girl from Greenwich, Connecticut to go into the journalism business? You know, I always believed in wanting to make a difference in some different way and and I grew up in an interesting household. My father is polish, literally from Warsaw, Poland and was a freedom fighter and Warsaw, Poland. My mother was Dana and the two of them sitting around the dinner table would talk about all these You know amazing places in the world and talked about very substantive things because they both grew up during World War two. So I would hear these stories of people fighting for freedom and the importance of standing on principle and standing on value and the heroism and different periods of their time of what they grow up through, and I remember sitting at the table and thinking. You know, um, first of all, very proud of both of my parents and to learn what they had both overcomes in their childhood and very young age when they were both thrust into a war, and I also remember thinking Gosh, I want to go to these incredible places that they were talking about that have such deep, important meaning and history and had been in the forefront of pivotal moments and it made me think. Gosh, you know if I could go there You know when I grow up and to be able to see these places and meet some of these incredible people that my parents have talked about that have shaped the world boy, would I be lucky and to get paid for? It would be a great thing to wait. You get paid. Once in a while into the well, I don't want to tell them by the way I would pay them because I I love being able to give back and to do things, But don't let him in on that secret. Okay, now, your your bio. Listen, internship reader with some guys, CBS. I never heard of Dan rather But what was your first broadcast gig? You're first on the air gig. Oh, my gosh. Well, you know, it's funny. I early on. I actually wanted to be a writer, and I sent a book in Ah sample to a big publishing house. And I think I know I was like, I think I was like, seven or eight years old or something. I have to check, but I remember when I sent it and I got a letter back, saying, this is an amazing story. You showed tremendous promise. Get back to us in a few decades because you're going to be a really good term with it. Uh on, but that was sort of the beginning of my sort of writing career And then in terms of broadcasting, um, I did do I actually didn't exchange program when I was in Spain and I did a bit of broadcasting work there which helped me to be to learn Spanish and to be bilingual. I didn't College exchange program over there, And then I went to school, a University of South Carolina and I did a couple different work there. I did a couple different internships and part time things there. And then I got this coveted internship as you talked about to be at the time, Dan rather, um, who is still obviously certainly a legend in our business. And still very busy and in the broadcast world, But at that time he was head of CBS Evening News. He was the face really of news almost in the country. I mean, he was really so predominant as we know, you know, there was Walter Cronkite and then you know, Dan Rather was there. And it was an incredible internship and for me to be there at that time were so much was happening and it was right after everything was happening with the Tiananmen Square and we were talking about Noriega. I remember talking about the space program with them, and he was always extremely extremely kind to me and what I learned. Also early on Justin That internship then was just the hard work in the teamwork and how many people really go into making a great broadcast and to appreciate everybody's role you know from, you know, from the intern because they treated me almost like a like a staffer I got there. I was a hard worker. I've always been a hard worker and I got there. I think early than everybody and stayed later than everybody, But they recognized that and they appreciated that. And they were very helpful with me. Also in giving me guidance as to where I should get my first full time job, and I remember one of my greatest moments was walking into Dan rather. And also talking to Bob Schieffer, who was also there at the time, and you know when he was in Washington, But he was also up too often frequently up there in the New York office, and I remember saying I have 12 job offers, which I did. I had job offers at a out of and I said, which one should I take and literally sitting there with Dan Rather and Bob Schieffer and others a different points. And them giving me guidance as to why to take this particular one over this particular one and giving me the just really good leading advice and also taking the time and that said a lot to me, and that's something that I did take my first job. I worked in a full time job in TV was in Bakersfield. And it was a K e R O. It was a CBS station at the time in Bakersfield, and, um, it was a terrific experience, and I got to cover everything from huge names. And the political world that came through there because it was right outside of Los Angeles. And it was an important area all the way to interviewing farmworkers to doing stories on the local festivals and fairs. But I got to do a lot of very, very substantive stories because they would do this Big Bakersfield business and finance conference and every year they would have these who's who that would come through there, and they picked me as being the person to be able to interview a lot of those whose whose, so I got to spend a lot of time. I'm with some really big names very, very early on. And in fact, one of the people I interviewed, Actually, I'm thinking back at the time was Larry King. And as you know, as you know, he had passed away. We just learned Recently, and I was so so sad to hear that because I got to know Larry quite well through the years, but that was I think the first time that I met him, Actually, When I was there in Bakersfield, there was a cub reporter. And got to have a chance to spend about 15 20 minutes, sometimes half an hour with some these major major figures in the world from entertainment to politics, everything else and I didn't get to spend some time. I remember with Larry That was my very first time interviewing him and he was very kind to me, and I felt that I got just great training early on great experience early on, and from there, I moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, which Was a big jump in the broadcasting world Cause Bakersfield was a much smaller market, even though it was near l A, um, but had great mentors and great colleagues, And then I went to Charlotte. And then from there, I got a call saying, Hey, how would you like to be? Ah, One of the one of the first face is basically a fox news. We're starting this brand new network and we're going to put you at White house and we're gonna put you All over Washington. So so sort of the sky's the limit from there on out, but I got to meet so many interesting people through the years and I think now, you know, it's funny, I think back Up some of the faces and some of the most incredible people. I got to interview while I was there in Bakersfield. But also while I was in Charlotte, but also real life heroes to and and got to know some of the sheriff's deputies and veterans and things and first responders, so many of the people that you so beautifully highlight on your show well read. I think of all the guests that we have have on the show. You'll understand my next comment. We do have to take a break to pay for the show, So I hope you'll be patient with us. I do on. I want to talk about your dad's. Story. I want to talk about all of things that you have done and continue to do to support our brave men and women, the military But just let me leave you with sort of a teaser here. Besides, I can't help but want to get your feedback being a mean literally the pinnacle of the broadcast industry. I believe that A talk show hosts. Most important quality is not the ability to talk, but rather the ability to listen. So when we come back, I'd like you to help me address that and I will get into somewhere of things. Ladies and gentlemen, there's your host Ben Beeler Garcia, speaking with one of the most respected broadcasters in America. Rita Cosby, stick around..
"warsaw" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To do just that from a great hall of bosom leaders and react to a great square of Polish people in Warsaw from the floor of the Korean Assembly to the podium at the United Nations General Assembly and from the Forbidden City in Beijing to the shadow No of Mount Rushmore. I fought for you. I fought for your family. I fought for our country. Above all I fought for America and all it stands for and that is safe, strong, proud and free. Now, as I prepared to hand power over to a new administrations at noon on Wednesday, I want you to know that the movement we started is only just beginning. There's never been anything like Kids, the belief that a nation must serve its citizens will not dwindle, but instead only grow stronger by the day. As long as the American people hold in their hearts deep and devoted love of country Then there is nothing that this nation cannot achieve. Our communities will flourish. Our people will be prosperous. Our traditions will be challenged in our faith will be strong and our future will be brighter than ever before. Go from this majestic place with a loyal and joyful heart on optimistic spirit on a supreme confidence that for our country and for our Children, the best is yet to come. Thank you and farewell. God bless you. God bless the United States of America. See Triple 8971 s a G E triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are released. That really factor dot com Studio. I hope the gentleman named Calvin from Rose..