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"wilbert ross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You have some clips about New York's most iconic hotel, the plaza and the woman behind ellos and Mindy. Kaeling joins us to discuss her new film late night. She wrote and stars in the comedy alongside actress Emma Thompson as a late night, host on the verge of losing her show, hailing plays a naive young writer who becomes her secret weapon. I'm Alison Stewart, and all of it is coming your way right after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. A house committee is preparing to vote on whether to hold US attorney general William bar, and commerce secretary Wilbert Ross in contempt of congress for an investigation about the upcoming twenty twenty census. NPR's Z lo Wong reports that after the vote the chair of the house committee could go to court to force the Trump administration to release documents related to next year. Census be house oversight and reform committee is in a months-long dispute over Trump administration, emails memos, and other documents related to the potential census question is this person a citizen of the United States? Justice department says President Trump has now claimed executive privilege over those documents the DOJ previously refused to release portions of the documents citing ongoing lawsuits and attorney client privilege ministration has said it wants that citizenship question to better protect the voting rights of racial minorities. But recently uncovered documents of GOP, strategists suggest the question could politically benefit. Republicans and non Hispanic white people on the Wong, NPR news. Today. A federal judge in Boston will sentence, the first defendant, in the college admissions cheating scandal. Prosecutors want thirteen months in prison time for former Stanford sailing coach who admitted to taking more than half a million dollars in bribes on behalf of students trying to get into the elite school, but as NPR's tovia Smith tells us is attorneys are asking for just probation. Prosecutors say John van damore not only defrauded Stanford, but also validated national cynicism over college admissions. They say a meaningful sentence is key to restoring public confidence and to deterring future fraud but defense attorneys. Call damore the least culpable of all the defendants in the case, and they're asking for no time in prison. They say none of the students van damore was going to get in actually ended up as recruits, and none of the money went to van more personally, it all went to the sailing team. Stanford. Meantime, says it considers the money, tainted and will divert it from the sailing program to some other public good. But the school takes. No position on. How much time van damore should serve to via Smith. NPR news Boston in the latest phase of a showdown. In Hong Kong, thousands of protesters surrounded the city's legislative council building, forcing the government to delay debate on a Bill that would allow city residents to be extradited to China. We have the latest from NPR's, rob Schmitz,.

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. A house committee is preparing to vote on whether to hold US attorney general William bar, and commerce secretary Wilbert Ross in contempt of congress for an investigation about the upcoming twenty twenty census NPR's hons e lo Wong, reports that after the vote that chair of the house committee could go to court to force a Trump administration to release documents related to next year, census v house oversight and reform committee is in a months-long long dispute over Trump administration, emails memos, and other documents related to potential census question is this person a citizen of the United States? Justice department says President Trump has now claimed executive privilege over those documents the DOJ previously refused to release portions of the documents citing ongoing lawsuits and attorney client privilege administration has said it wants that citizenship question to better protect the voting rights of racial minorities, the recently uncovered documents of GOP, strategists suggest the question could politically benefit Republicans, and non Hispanic white people. On Lewan NPR news today. A federal judge in Boston will sentence, the first defendant, in the college admissions cheating scandal. Prosecutors want thirteen months in prison time for former Stanford sailing coach who admitted to taking more than half a million dollars in bribes on behalf of students trying to get into the elite school, but as NPR's tovia Smith tells us his attorneys are asking for just probation. Prosecutors say John van damore, not only defrauded Stamford, but also validated, national cynicism over college admissions. They say a meaningful sentence is key to restoring public confidence and to deterring future fraud, but defense attorneys, call into more the least culpable of all the defendants in the case and they're asking for no time in prison. They say none of the students van damore was going to get in actually ended up as recruits, and none of the money went to vendor. More personally, it all went to the sailing team. Stanford. Meantime, says it considers the money, tainted and will divert it from the sailing program to. Some other public good. But the school takes no position on. How much time van damore should serve to via Smith. NPR news Boston in the latest phase of a showdown. In Hong Kong, thousands of protesters surrounded the city's legislative council building, forcing the government to delay debate on a Bill that would allow city residents to be extradited to China. We have the latest from NPR's, rob Schmitz,.

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. A house committee is preparing to vote on whether to hold US attorney general William bar, and commerce secretary Wilbert Ross in contempt of congress for an investigation about the upcoming twenty twenty census. NPR's Hansie lo Wong reports that after the vote the chair of the house committee could go to court to force a Trump administration to release documents related to next year. Census be house oversight and reform committee is in a months-long dispute over Trump ministration emails memos, and other documents related to the potential census question is this person a citizen of the United States? Justice department says President Trump has now claimed executive privilege over those documents the DOJ previously refused to release portions of the documents citing ongoing lawsuits. Attorney client privilege immigration has said it wants that citizenship question to better protect the voting rights of racial minorities, but recently uncovered documents of GOP strategists suggests the question could politically benefit Republicans, and non Hispanic white people on. Z Wong NPR news today. A federal judge in Boston will sentence, the first defendant, in the college admissions cheating scandal. Prosecutors want thirteen months in prison time for former Stanford sailing coach who admitted to taking more than half a million dollars in bribes on behalf of students trying to get into the elite school, but as NPR's tovia Smith tells us his attorneys are asking for just probation. Prosecutors say John van damore not only frauded Stanford, but also validated national cynicism over college admissions. They say meaningful sentence is key to restoring public confidence and to deterring future fraud, but defense attorneys. Call more the least culpable of all the defendants in the case, and they're asking for no time in prison. They say none of the students van damore was going to get in actually ended up as recruits, and none of the money went to Vendee more personally, it all went to the sailing team. Stanford. Meantime, says it considers the money, tainted and will divert it from the sailing program to some other. Public good. But the school takes no position on how much time van damore should serve to via Smith. NPR news Boston in the latest phase of a showdown. In Hong Kong, thousands of protesters surrounded the city's legislative council building, forcing the government to delay debate on a Bill that would allow city residents to be extradited China. We have the latest from NPR's, rob Schmitz, chanting.

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"KFI and on. FM. HD two. You are listening to the conservative circus, your ringmaster, James t Harris. There is a category. One insurrection going on all over the world is happening at the US diplomats. They chose. I'm not choosing to fly the LGBT flag at indices, despite President Trump should say the Trump administration's instructions. They're being defiant. They're calling it an insurrection. Several US embassies have reportedly disregarded, the State Department's directive not to display the rainbow flag on flagpoles during pride month. Several ambassadors and diplomats have decided to step around the instructions, quote, this is the category, one insurrection. Now, this is a diplomat who check it out wish to remain anonymous. I hate that if you're going to have a category, one is direction going, put your name on it. You you're making a statement, right? They are openly disobeying the State Department rule US embassies a Seoul, South Korea and India, the prominently displayed rainbow flags on the sides of their buildings for Perot mauve the embassy in New Delhi. Also bypass the states directives. The direct destructions decorating the building with rainbow lights for the month long celebration. What would you do if you're president? You saw the State Department openly defying your administration structures. What would you do? The chief diplomat at the United States embassy in Santiago Chile raids the rainbow flag to celebrate the international day against homophobia, transphobia, and by phobia. Several US diplomats in Jerusalem, tweeted photos of themselves, and local pride events. Of course, this all started under the Obama administration. He gave permission that's wouldn't have permission was given to fly rainbow flags for pride celebrations. So, so I guess these are Obama throwbacks that are that are still in service deciding what is a new. There's a new administration, but we don't give a hot damn with the new administration things we're going to do with the owed ministration because we're more alignment, we're more in agreement. Five hundred president, I've fire, everybody involved, fire, everybody who made the decision to openly defy my directive, I would. Well, you're at gay you're a home. No. Actually, I just gave this ordering you defied it. You're part of the resistance, and I don't like that. And you know what for every action there is a reaction, and that is why I am having veep, best time in following the story out of Boston. You've got a group called a super happy, fun America, and they are advocating on behalf of the straight community. That's right. And they're going to have a straight pride parade in Boston. And I gotta tell you I'm kind of excited about it at first made Brad, Pitt, the, the grand marshal. Brad Pitt wasn't happy about that? He wasn't super happy and fun. No, no. His lawyers sent out missiles saying that they want to take down. Brad pitt's. Likeness, he would have no part in the straight pride parade. Now you have left. He's all over the Twitter sphere that are absolutely losing their mind. You can't have Prai Prai belongs to, to us, the LGBT g community. You can't have it. The organizers like well, why can't we be prideful? Why can't we be proud of who we eat? You also that we supposed to be proud of who he is. Jurgen is just say that this parade is a gift to everyone male female black white gay transgender allies to who will stand with us. And celebrate the wonder imagine the God's own heterosexuality men, bring your toxic cells women prepare to burn your briefcases because is great to be straight and we're not apologizing for it anymore. We're here and we are not queer. Oh, I love this. The parade is tentatively the date is August the thirty I guess who the grand Marshall is Milo Yiannopoulos Milo super gay Milo perfect. This is so perfect. Yeah. I think is a mile Jewish is Jewish Greek married to a black, do you know Mary, whatever Milo, he said, I might technically be a sequenced and perfectly quaffed friend of Dorothy. But I've spent my entire career advocating for the rights of America's most brutally repressed identity straight people. So I know what thing or two about discrimination. Yes. I tell you what I I'm so excited about this August the twenty ninth. I'm trying to find a way of BB out in Boston the participate in the first straight pride parade. This has lit a match. It is a perfectly spas, because you have so many people who are sick to death of being in just just inundated with all of this pride gay pry, pry, lesbian pride by by an area. I can't even keep up with. I just can't keep up with it. And is just everywhere. So why not a little bit of straight pride if everybody could be all happy? We're into identity politics. What's wrong with identifying as being a straight American just love the opposite sex? I think so. And I say to these gentlemen, kudos to everybody who was part of the State Department, that are running around the president's direct of you should be fired. Yes. Shit be fired. We'll talk about tariffs at five thirty five. The president had a huge win over the weekend. And the media is trying to downplay it. Twenty seven minutes after the hour. Type of the five fifty KFI download with Craig, March Phoenix firefighters are battling triple digits, as well as flames around the valley today. Firefighters are currently working a house fire near thirty first avenue at Indian school road that spread to a pickup truck in the yard earlier today firefighters responded to a two alarm blaze at a building the left the Catholic ministry in ruins near central and Broadway. Do city mayor Bill de Blasio says there's no sign that a helicopter crash on top of a building in Manhattan was an act of terror Blasios said, one person died in the crash, the choppers pilot there were no passengers on board. The house oversight committee will vote on Wednesday whether to hold the US attorney general and commerce secretary in contempt. Over the addition of a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census committee chairman Elijah Cummings says attorney general Bill bar and. Secretary Wilbert Ross are not complying with subpoenas to turn over documents about the census question. Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow junior is facing prison time after a jury in San Diego. Found him guilty of four charges. In his rape trial today Winslow was accused in the may twenty eighteen attack on a homeless woman. He picked up an SUV. He could get life in prison. Five fifty KFI covers the valley with eastside Westside traffic..

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Week. This was the worst terror attack on India's since prime minister Narendra Modi came to power and pressure is now mounting on the government to act against Pakistan, the Syrian government has launched more than three hundred attacks using chemical weapons. Now's according to findings by the Berlin Blake based global public policy institute, the German based research group says it has credibly sustained three hundred and thirty six uses of chemicals such as nerve agents and chlorine since two thousand twelve and finally staying in Syria. A woman who fled the UK's school. Go to join Islam estate is asking for sympathy as she seeks to return home Shamima die gum. Lefties London in two thousand fifteen and now h nineteen has just given birth in a Syrian refugee camp. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and take on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Gon guarantee this is Bloomberg Marcus facts so much leeann now we are going to turn to trade next and dead Dickie deeper into President Trump assessment that last week's talks in Beijing between the US and China were quote, very productive. This comes as his team briefed Trump up on the return and ready for another round of negotiations in Washington this week for more. Let's go live now to Hong Kong where Bloomberg's senior international editor. Jodi Schneider is standing by for great to have you on Jodi. So what's the likely next step here ahead of this March? The first deadline that President Trump has set for more tariffs if progress isn't made. Chinese negotiators are expected to head to the US this week to meet with their US counterparts there. President Trump has called last week's talks very productive and said they may reach a dealer extend talks to avoid a trade war. The two countries say they're working toward a preliminary written agreement, though, of course, President Trump's threat is still alive to more than double tariffs on two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. If no deals reached by March first that deadline could be moved forward. If significant talks significant progress is made toward an agreement. Yeah. It's interesting that China almost seemed a little bit more optimistic than than Donald Trump. Beijing claimed a consensus in principle after last week's talks the question going forward is how might President Trump tried to sell an agreement if indeed one is reached. Yes, he said he'll consider bringing Democrats to the negotiating table. He suggested he may be preparing a campaign to sell the potential. Trade deal in Washington, bringing US Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer and house speaker Nancy Pelosi to the table Democrats. Of course, have pressed Trump to be tough on China. And of course, they haven't always worked with President Trump. So trying to sell the agreement to them. I is an interesting strategy. Meanwhile, Jodi, we know the President Trump has not received this report right on the security threats of auto imports into the United States. I mean, this could have some pretty wide percussion specially for European call. Make is going forward to talk us through what we're looking at here. Yeah. So commerce secretary Wilbert Ross has indeed submitted recommendations to President Trump in this investigated started last may under section two thirty two of the trade expansion act which essentially looked at whether important vehicles. Pose a national security threat to the US commerce secretary didn't offer any immediate insights into the findings and President Trump still has ninety days. To decide whether to act, but the probe this under the same act section thirty two into steel and aluminum imports found they were in violation of US national security, and led the administration to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum and that could happen here as well. President Trump is threatened tariffs of as much as twenty five percent and foreign-made vehicles. Yeah. The question is well going forward Todi is what for made vehicles will be included. If Europe will be included if Japan will be included to to traditional allies after all, that's right and companies and governments in Asia, including Japan and another South Korea and Europe have lobbied hard against these tariffs warning, President Trump that such duties could hurt the US economy and consumers as well. As disrupting the global auto industry, and they also say, China and other countries could retaliate. A person comes agreed not to impose tariffs on Europe. While the two sides try to work out a trade deal and also not against Canada and Mexico, which both negotiated an exemption to the duties as part of the US Mexico Canada agreement though, Japan and South Korea are fair game. All right. Yeah. Thanks so much Jodi Schneider. Yeah. We did some commentary as well from Angela Merkel over the weekend. She.

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"It's Friday January twenty fifth. I'm Willie guys Joe. So trying to shake what he's been battling all week. We hope we'll be back on Monday meek out with a family matter with us. We have Donny Deutsch. Former aide to the George W Bush White House and state departments at least Jordan and reporter for the Washington Post. Eugene Scott Doney before we go forward here. Wilbur Ross, what is that exactly? Besides being completely out of touch and having no relationship to what people are going through right now. Well, that's what it is. That is a that's actually a person that I should be in that position. I mean that is reprehensible, and that is so it's not even let them be cake. Let them eat seven layer cake. And Trump's response that people will work with you like when he goes bankrupt. And a Bank says, well, we'll work with you a little bit because I don't want to take the keys Becker. No, no, Mr President, Mr Ross, that's not the way it works. These people will living paycheck to paycheck cannot just walk into their local Bank and say, hey, guys, come on. Let's let's scenario work. This out will work out a long-term strategy Wilbur Ross will be a poster boy going forward in the twenty twenty election. He will be that clip and Trump's clip will show up over and over again because it's not just as eight hundred thousand people it's anybody in this country that lives paycheck to paycheck, and that's a lot of people. That's reprehensible, I think should step aside from his job based on that. That is not our commerce secretary. I don't know who's it is selling bear saying that he was confirmed by the Senate Wilbur Ross and all the reports that you know, he's he's the guy falling asleep in cabinet meetings. And then this is his connection with the American. People and how people are genuinely struggling to pay for their insulin to pay for their chemotherapy to feed their families. And this is how he's talking and also Larry Trump, the president daughter-in-law had similar comments along those lines. And she has been upset that the media is distorting what she actually said which was that. She was saying, oh, there's gonna be some pain, but it's worth it for the wall. But this was one of the fears to media reported after Trump assembled his cabinet. He bragged about this being the richest cabinet ever assembled in American history. And he thought people were showing wealth envy the challenge. A lot of people were having was they were wondering if these individuals could connect with people who didn't have a billion dollars who knew what it was like to actually go to a grocery store and not propose this idea that doesn't even exist. And so with the Trump administration is proving to many people in the American public is that he actually cannot understand what it's like. What being in the situation they're currently in the by the way for the record Forbes last estimate of Wilbert Ross's net worth seven hundred million dollars. We'll get to the other reaction to Wilbur Ross's comment. Plus the latest with the government shutdown and the reporting that Senate Republicans were sniping at one another feeling some pressure now at a private luncheon yesterday. But I the new reporting from NBC news that will be of interest to the house oversight committee as it investigates. How the Trump administration has handled security clearances to career White House security specialists rejected Jared Kushner's application for a top secret clearance, but were overruled by their supervisors to sources familiar with that matter tell NBC news the officials rejected the clearance after an F B I background. Check raise concerns about potential foreign influence on President Trump's son-in-law Kushner's FBI background. Check raise questions about his foreign context. Foreign travel and meetings. He had during the campaign. However, Kushner was one of at least. Thirty cases thirty cases that were overruled by Carl Kline, a former Pentagon employees who was hired as director of the personnel security office in the executive office of the president in may of two thousand seventeen the two sources say Klein overruled career security experts and proved Kushner's clearance eligibility despite that unfavorable information Kushner's file, then went to the to people familiar with the matter said after reviewing the file CIA officers who make clear its decisions, balked one. Call to the White House security division wondering how Kushner even got a top security clearance sorts of say, the has not granted Kushner clearance to review sensitive material..

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Bryan Curtis. Trading is underway. Now in most of the key markets here in the Asia Pacific, looking at the Hang Seng index yourself opening up about four tenths of one percent. The China stocks are up about two tenths of one percent round the rest of the region. We also see modest gains of the Nikkei up a little more than a half of one percent while Taiwan and Singapore are higher as well. We'll get details with Doug krizner coming up in just a moment. But for now, the top stories, President Trump saying today will be great. If the US could make a trade deal with China, but secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross as the Chinese economic reforms and intellectual property rights could be sticking points. Chinese Vice Premier Li meets in Washington with US. Trade Representative Robert lighthizer next week. In earnings news, Intel shares under pressure now in after hours trade down more than six percent quarterly sales and profit missing estimates Intel's revenue forecast for two thousand nineteen also disappointing more from Bloomberg's Emily Chang. It's due in part to the tapering off in spending by data center customers who are now working through accumulated inventory, instead of buying new components Intel CFO an interim CEO Bob swan also says the company's more cautious due to the slowing global economic growth amid possible impact of geopolitical dynamics in San Francisco. I'm Emily Chang. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Ten cent and Netease finally getting approval for some new games from China's government. We've got more from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio Shenzhen-based. Ten cent and Beijing Basnet ease getting several games approved after a months long freeze ten cents got approval for would joints and folding fan. Now, if you haven't heard of them, you're not alone. These are some of ten cents smaller games, but ten cents. Still doesn't have the all clear for two of its most popular titles player. Unknowns battlegrounds and fortnight their violent nature may still be making it difficult for ten cents to get approval. Remy incensio, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Ten cent is fading five dollars forty. Now. That's jump of one point seven percent in Hong Kong trading net, ease trades in the United States. It was down two point four percent during the day control. A Stanley Ho's Macau casino empire has been thrown into question. Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has the story. Have you got a few minutes? This may take a while. One of whose daughters is formed in the lines with another wealthy Hong Kong family pansy ho announced you'll team up with the Henry Faulk foundation. This is to elect board members of STDM the company that controls the casino operator, m holdings pansy ho with her siblings and the folks hold a combined fifty three percent in STDM. The alliance would likely give pansy ho and hand. Angela learn she's the fourth wife and co chairman of s j m pansy is the eldest daughter of whose children with his second wife. It's the latest twist in the long-running squabble over control of the six billion dollar gaming empire. In Hong Kong. I'm Rishaad Salamat. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Confused. You won't be. I'm reminded of that old soap opera, anyway, Microsoft's Bing is accessible in China again hours after outages that A P is the calls was technical. Previous reports. Had speculated the blockage might be occurring as part of an intensifying censorship campaign, Brian and I'm buying insurance. You said to be exploring the sale of the Manhattan office building that houses, it's US headquarters. We're hearing that the Chinese conglomerate is asking for proposals from advisors seven seventeen Fifth Avenue is across the street from Trump Tower on bond bought the building from Blackstone for more than four hundred million dollars in two thousand fifteen but it was a mixed finished for US equities for a close up. Look at what's happening in financial markets says the final Asian trading day of the week gets underway. Let's get to Bloomberg's Doug krizner. It's all about positively Paul right now in Tokyo. The Nikkei is better by about seven tenths of one percent. Seeing continued weakness now in the yen against the. A dollar at one oh, nine seventy two the yen weaken during New York trading. Thanks to a jump in the dollar with the Bloomberg dollar spot index picking up about three tenths of one percent. That was largely because of the big drop. We saw in the euro in afternoon trading that happened on a report the German government reduced its GDP forecast for twenty nine to one percent earlier in the day in Frankfurt ECB president. Mario Draghi intensified. His warning on the challenges facing the euro zone economy right now, the euro at a dollar thirteen zero nine against the greenback. And then we have in Hong Kong hang sang is better by about six tenths of one percents. Shanghai composite is better by four tenths of one percent. Kospi up one let's call it. One half of one percent similar gain for the market in Sydney. Asx two hundred better by about six tenths of one percent right now. Crude oil continues to move higher it appears as though the situation in Venezuela is. Primary secondary kind of a bearish report from the US government on continued output from the shale oil producers really being much stronger than forecast and the yield on the US ten year. Treasury in the Tokyo session is a two point seven one percent. I'm Doug krizner at the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York poll. All right. Thanks, doug. Well, two bills aimed at ending the US government shutdown of both failed. The two sides are now negotiating Ed Baxter's. Go global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Paul so it's back to square one. Kinda the exception that both sides know now there are two options compromise or leave the agency's shutdown. Bloomberg's Marnie Schenker says the two sides have gone back now to the bargaining table. The outlines of some sort of a compromise that would continue that would open up the government for three weeks contain some semblance of border security, and the president says he's open to a compromise at this point reasonable agreement. I would support it. Maybe a pro rated deal on a wall. He has pushed that out. Sarah Sanders on the White House is poised that out. But a wall they say has to be part of it earlier in the day Chuck Schumer said he needs to know what the president will sign before they really negotiate last month. The Senate unanimously passed the short term Bill to keep the government open. It was leader McConnell's idea everyone thought the president would support it. But President Trump buckle to the most extreme voices in his party. So the talks are on. Anyway, Bloomberg news is reporting the DUP will back Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan next week, though, small it could show the opposition that there is growing support for some kind of a compromise there as well. Japanese whalers say they'll form a fleet of at least five vessels to resume commercial whale hunting, July. First exact locations, not announced North Korea's Kim Jong UN is ordered preparations for a second summit with Donald Trump says he will wait with pay. Patients and in good faith. The US has now ordered non-emergency government employees out of Venezuela. And the Trump administration is trying to clarify statements made by the president's daughter-in-law, Laura Trump and commerce secretary Wilbert Ross regarding the government workers who are having to visit food banks to make ends meet. It's not fair to you. And we all get that. But this is so much bigger than any one person. It is a little bit of pain, but it's going to be for the future of our country. Thirty days of pay that some people will be out. There's no real reason why they shouldn't be able to get a loan against it. And then Larry cudlow presidential adviser meeting with reporters asked if he was out of touch said, no, this whole thing is just a glitch. So the president then effort to try to explain what they're trying to say, I know banks working along if you have mortgages the mortgage is a mortgage. The folks collecting the interest in all of those things they work alone. And that's what happens in down like this. They know the people they've been dealing with them for years, and they work along the grocery store. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Brian. Yep. Everything's great. Right. Twenty two minutes before the top of the hour. Let's get to the great Dan Schwartzman. Looking with sports. He just cranks it out. And he's looking at Chelsea knocking off Tottenham, right? Dan. Absolutely, Brian who was a fun battle. But Chelsea's the one moving onto the finals the care about Kobe two two one win that means they win two bands. Because it was too all aggregate. That's as you said over Todd hazard scoring the winner at the twenty eight minute. Mark blues will next face Manchester City in those finals round Madrid beating sherline afforded to to I like, COPA del Rey matchup. Sergio Ramos of the brace at the Asian Cup. Japan getting past Vietnam one nil while China false, Iran, three nil PS sporting director and terro Enrica could be on the outs after not landing Amsterdam.

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on KGO 810

"Zero eight zero eight one zero follow me on Twitter. Some of your tweets out Ethan Bearman, a little bit later this hour, we're gonna talk to author Dan pink about his book when the scientific secrets a perfect timing presents very good at timing. Certain things that we don't talk about other things. We'll talk a little bit more about the new attorney general nominee that's happening. And if we get a Brexit vote report, and we'll share that as well. And take your calls a four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten but there is pretty important. I think court ruling that happened. A federal judge said the Trump administration's citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents census. No good. Well, joining me on the phone discussing explain what this means. And what the next step really is former assistant US attorney, and he is a top white collar defense. Attorney now in the state of California, David Katz. David thanks for coming on the show today. Good to talk to you. Great great to be on the reason. So let's talk about this Saint the census, very important. This is how we allocate congressional seats for that matter right at this proportional. There are four hundred thirty five members of the house of representatives as how the electoral college gets apportioned as well. That's a programs are funded. This is a really important thing that the government does every ten years. Well, and the ruling was very important because it looked like the Trump administration was trying to as they say weaponize citizenship question. It would obviously deter a lot of people even who are citizens from responding to the census cooperating. Let's say someone you they live with somebody or they have a renter in the back that might not be a citizen. You know, they might just not cooperate with the census at all. Not return the form, not be home. When that says, it's the numerator knocks on the door. So this is very important to have a correct count and not to deter people from cooperating with every ten years under the constitution. There must be a count of the whole people. And this was obviously designed by the Trump administration to undercount and the undercount has been proven to democratic district spoken the funding that those sorry. Title from the federal government. It also as you say to undercount Democrats in the electoral college and also in the proportionate representation. Well, interestingly enough, I mean, so was judge Jesse Furman of the US district court for the southern district of New York that that gave this ruling the Trump administration, of course, will say, no, no, no, we're just trying to get an idea. You know, nobody actually knows how many people are in this country without proper documentation, we're not trying to actually stop people from answering the census we just want to actually finally maybe get an answer to how many people are in this country without documentation, isn't that a fair question? Well, no, it's not in the context in which it's done. Because there's a reason why stick spoiler census cheese have said this is not a good idea. Democrats and Republicans when they were doing the census every ten years did not include a question like this. And the problem is that it deters a lot of people from cooperating including people who are citizens. This is not a way to someone comes to your house. They come there with an official looking kit. They say they represent the United States, and the census it just deters a lot of minority communities that that's been the reality of it. And that's why the judge said it's a violation of constitutional rights now on top of that there's a hot question it's gone up to this supreme court already of whether they can take the deposition of Wilbur Ross. He's the secretary of commerce the old fellow that you see on TV sometimes one of Trump's real friends, and his argument is that well Justice after this question what the plane like the ACLU wanna prove is that no Steve Bannon when he was still at the White House ask for this question. There's a whole motivation that the administration has to undercount minorities at undercount Democrats. They want that to come out in court, so far the supreme court has not allowed the deposition of secretary of commerce loss. But they wanna take his. Position. Find out what the motivation is to argue that had an improper purpose to discriminate against minorities and to undercount Democrats. That's coming Ethan because they're expect to lawsuits that are still pending. Not just it's one in the subject district of New York, one in California and one in barreling. So stay tuned. And then it will almost certainly go back to the US supreme court circuit courts because they have to print out the forms bite you go by June. That's pretty much has to be resolved before a bunch of forms. Go out that I just say. At that. I have to question what it don't have us citizenship question historically decade after decade, Democrats and Republicans have not had a citizenship question. Like the one that the Trump administration. Now wants to have attorney David Katz is joining me on the phone right now, David help me understand present. You said the hot topic right now is whether or not they can ask a question under oath of commerce secretary Wilbert Ross Wilbur Ross, why is that such a big question. Well, because if they can show a gun. Let me take a step back. Why wouldn't they be able to ask him a quick he's not the sitting president? So why not be able to ask the commerce secretary? This is why can't they ask him? What what's there is constitutional argument? What is that why they can't necessarily ask him? This question. Administrative law on this subject. I don't really agree with that. But the Trump administration has tried to stop them from quote prying into the internal deliberate care processes of a high cabinet official and did merely rely on a bland administrative record. Obviously, they want to swear secretary Ross under oath and say this bland administrative record that shows that supposedly department of Justice asked for this question because they're just routinely tried to enforce the law is that how it really happened and under oath. They believe that Wilbur Ross would have to say, no, I got it. Directed from Steve Bannon at the White House who said Trump really wanted this question and to put it on the centers. So I created this bland administrative record. But that's how it really happened. They want that answer it until the issues are fully grief. The supreme court did not let back question occur. But they're going to try to ask that question. That's the fight right now. And so once they decided further that's gonna go to the supreme court. But again because it's so important that the census forms come out in June. So that the sense this can be done twenty twenty. I mean, it's happening issue has got it be decided, my bet is that they're not going to allow this question because this question really does show people who are citizens some answering because they just don't want the census enumerators and the government fooling around it. Who's there? Who's there girlfriend who somebody else are they a citizen at even if the census says? We don't cry. We don't go into that. We don't keep this huge database there. Rightfully scared because of what the consequence would be for that girlfriend or that renter. If there were further probing, even though the person answering the question is a citizen. They're gonna be choked from answering. There are some big issues that are going to be facing the supreme court, and this could be one of them. We'll keep a close eye on always a pleasure and great to have you on the show. David katz. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure to be with you. Let's hope that all the supreme court decision. So dot five four with cavenaugh Catholic vote. Let's all hope that that is the truth. There's another huge on you breath, administrative law. And it was our deference is about to get potentially squashed as well. We'll talk about that another time David Katz. Thank you so much want to hear your thoughts on this too on the census, you know, it is an interesting way of of kind of subverting, California. Do we should we not get the money that? We are owed. There's nothing that says in the constitution only get accounts of the people who are legal residents. It says of all the people for one five eight.

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight one zero follow me on Twitter. Some of your tweets out Ethan Bearman a little bit later this hour. We're gonna talk to author Dan pink about his book when the scientific secrets of perfect timing presidents, very good at timing. Certain things that we don't talk about other things. We'll talk a little bit more. About the new attorney general nominee that's happening. And if we get a Brexit vote report, and we'll share that as well. And take your calls at four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten but there is a pretty important. I think court ruling that happened. A federal judge said the Trump administration's citizenship question on the twenty twenty census. No good. Well, joining me on the phone to discuss. And explain what this means. And what the next step really is former assistant US attorney, and he is a top white collar defense. Attorney now in the state of California, David Katz. David thanks for coming on the show today. Good to talk to you. Great great to be on with you reason. So let's talk about this ain't the census very important. This is how we allocate congressional seats for that matter. Right. It's proportional. There are four hundred thirty five members of the house of representatives as how the electoral college gets apportioned as well. That's a programs are funded. This is a really important thing that the government does every ten years. Well, this is essential. And the ruling was very important because it looked like the Trump administration was trying to as they say weaponize this citizenship question. It would obviously deter a lot of people even our citizens from responding to the census or cooperating let's say the US citizen, but they live with somebody or they have a renter in the back that might not be a citizen. You know, they might just not cooperate with the census at all. Not return the form not be home when the census enumerators knocks on the door. So this is very important to have a correct count and not to deter people from cooperating with every ten years under the constitution. There must be a count of the whole people. And this was obviously designed by the Trump administration to undercount and the undercount has been proven to hurt democratic district spoken the funding that those. Sorry. Federal government. It also as you say to undercount Democrats in the electoral college and also in the proportionate representation. Well, interestingly enough, I mean, so it was judge Jesse Furman of the US district court for the southern district of New York that that gave this ruling near the Trump administration. Of course will say, no, no, no, we're just trying to get an idea. Nobody actually knows how many people are in this country without proper documentation, we're not trying to actually stop people from answering the census we just want to actually finally maybe get an answer to how many people are in this country without documentation, isn't that a fair question. Well, no, it's not in the context in which it's done because there's a reason why sticks. Former census cheese have said. This is not a good idea. Democrats and Republicans when they were doing the census every ten years did not include a question like this. And the problem is that it deters a lot of people from cooperating including people who are citizens. This is not a way someone comes to your house. They come there with an official looking kit. They stay they represent the United States, and the census it just deters a lot of minority communities that that's been the reality of it. And that's why the judge said it's a violation of constitutional rights. Now top of that there's a hot question it's gone up to the supreme court already of whether they can take the deposition of Wilbur Ross. He's the secretary of commerce the old fellow that you see on TV sometimes one of Trump's real friends, and his argument is that well Justice after this question with the plane him like the ACLU one approve is that no Steve Bannon when he was still at the White House asked for this question. There's a whole motivation that the administration has to undercount minorities at undercount Democrats. They want that to come out in court, so far the supreme court has not allowed the deposition of secretary of commerce loss. But they wanna take his. Deposition. Find out what the true motivation is. And to argue that had an improper purpose to discriminate against minorities and to undercount Democrats. That's coming Ethan because they're expect to lawsuits that are still pending. Not just this one in the southern district of New York one in California and one in barreling. So stay tuned. And then it will almost certainly go back to the US supreme court some of these circuit courts because they have to print out the forms by you and by June. That's pretty much has to be resolved before a bunch of forms. Go out that I just say have a citizenship question. Would it don't have citizenship question historically decade after decade, Democrats and Republicans have not had a citizenship question. Like, the one that the Trump administration now watch that attorney David Katz is joining me on the phone right now D David help me understand for you. You said the hot topic right now is whether or not they can ask a question under. Growth of commerce secretary Wilbert Ross Wilbur Ross, why is that such big question. Well, because if they can show a godly. Motive. Yeah. I was just gonna say let me take a step back. Why wouldn't they be able to ask him? He's not the sitting president. So why not be able to ask the commerce secretary? You know, this is this is why can't they ask him? What what's there is a constitutional argument? What is that why they can't necessarily ask him? This question. Well, there's a lot of administrative law on this subject. I don't really agree with that. But the Trump administration has tried to stop them from quote prying into the internal deliberative processes of a high cabinet official ended merely rely on a bland administrative record. Obviously, they wanna swear secretary Ross under oath and say this bland administrative record that shows that supposedly department of Justice asked for this question because they're just routinely tried to enforce the law is that how it really happened and under oath. They believe that Wilbur Ross would have to say, no, I got a directive from Steve Bannon at the White House who said Trump really wanted this question and to put it on the centers. So I created this bland administrative record. But that's how it really happened. They want that answer until the issues are fully grief. The supreme court did not let back question occurs. But they're going to try to ask that question. That's the fight right now. And so once they decided further that's gonna go to the supreme court. But again because it's so important that the sense of sports come out in June. So that the sense this can be done in twenty twenty. I mean, it's happening. This issue has got to be decided. My bet is that they're not going to allow this question because this question really does show people who are citizens some answering because they just don't want the census enumerators and the government fooling around and who's there who's their girlfriend who somebody else are they a citizen at even if the census says, we don't cry. We don't go into that. We don't keep this huge database there. Rightfully scared because of what the consequence would be for that girlfriend or that renter. If there were further probing, even though the person answering the question is a citizen they're gonna be chilled from answering. Wow. I mean, this is a really there are some big issues that are going to be facing the supreme court, and this could be one of them. We'll keep a close eye on always a pleasure in great to have you on the show. David katz. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure to be with you. Let's hope that all the supreme court decision. Dot five four with Kevin Catholic the fifth vote. Let's all hope that that is the truth. There's another huge on you bribe administrative law, and it was our differences is about to get potentially squash. As well. We'll talk about that another time David Katz. Thank you so much want to hear your thoughts on this too on the census. You know, it is an interesting way of of kind of subverting, California. Do we should we not get the money that we are owed? There's nothing that says in the constitution can only get a count of the people who are legal residents. It says of all the people for one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. Cagy? Oh, eight ten and streaming online at K G, O radio dot com. Lina K G O and Mark Nieto is tracking some delays.

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"For three years until two thousand seventeen and remains one of its biggest shareholders. Prosecutors, say the congressman frantically attempted to reach his son Cameron, whom he tipped off to the confidential corporate information days before it was made public. They claim Cameron Collins and several others use the information to avoid more than seven hundred thousand dollars in losses. When news of the failed drug trial was made public. The shares of the company plummeted spee. Being yesterday after being charged Collins who has pleaded not guilty refuted, the allegations against it. The charges that have been levied against me are meritless and I will mount a vigorous defense in court to clear my name. I look forward to being fully vindicated and exonerated ending any and all questions relating to my affiliation with an eight. As I fight to clear my name rest assured. I will continue to work hard for the people and constituents for the twenty seventh congressional district of New York, and I will remain on the ballot running for re election. This November. You know, Collins is just the latest member in the Trump orbit to find himself in legal jeopardy over financial gain, including at least one with the same prosecutor, his former personal attorney as president, Michael Cohen also, as you know, under investigation by the southern district of New York for tax fraud, that according to the Wall Street Journal coincide Malani Asli serve the president and had a business to cash in on his connections and last week, that journal reported that top Trump Downer agreed to pay ten million dollars if he successfully pushed a nuclear project. And then they're sitting and former members of the president's cabinet with questions of financial misdoings. Forbes recently had men water report that commerce, secretary Wilbert Ross is business practices have sparked lawsuits reimbursements, and a fine from the and former health and Human Services Secretary. Tom Price was also questioned about a favorable purchase of stock at the time of that was also at the center of congressman Collins arrest. Price was fired amid scandals and his use of private jets, and then there's former EPA Scott Pruitt talk about the swamp. It's now up to Trump's knack. He, of course, attended the White House. Fourth of July barbecue while under sixteen investigations, many of those involving his personal finances, and then he was allowed to resign. But really it is there is such a, there's such a culture of corruption. There's somebody somebody yesterday said that Collins had to fill picked on when you had Wilbert Ross and their words doing insider trading, a pace. Like, you know, the guy thought he only had two weeks to live, and you know, since. Trump says, he's only good until eleven AM in the morning. That was a pretty busy nine thirty to eleven block. He had there some insider trading, but you look at look at the Forbes article. There is just a culture of corruption. And of course, as always say, the fish rods from the head, yeah, and Matt Miller. These are just the people around President Trump. What about the Trump family itself, still profiting in many ways off its hotels of finally had to shut down her clothing line, but they are still making money. They put things in a trust at the beginning of the way that does not isolate them from profit, certainly to put it mildly. Yeah, look, I think Joe hit the nail on the head when he called it a culture of corruption. I think Democrats have the ability now to make this case that there is this culture that starts the top of Donald Trump starts with this family members. Kind of it's pervasive throughout his ministration. You listed them. You could also talk about the treasury secretaries flights on government planes. The interior secretary has been under inspector, general investigations, and now we see it moving over to a member of congress. The problem for other members of congress isn't to say that every Republican member of congress is corrupt, of course not. But every one of them right now is allowing this to go unchecked. There's no Republican chairman, there's no one in a leadership position. There's really no one on the hill Hussein. You know what we need to get to the bottom of what's happening. It's a ministration and stop it and investigated and shine sunlight..

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Make an entire year. The secret service paid at least sixty three thousand dollars to Trump's more Lago club in the span of a few months last year. And that is the same club that's doubled its initiation fee and they did that right after Donald Trump got elected president, and that was where patrons could hear Trump discussing foreign policy. Just chattering on the patio about it. And the USA today found dozens of lobbyists contractors and others who make their living influencing the government. Two thirds of them playing on one of the days that Donald Trump was there. And then the case you forgot whose course it was the Trump organization, which means Donald Trump ordered golf, tee markers bearing the presidential seal, an investing. Asian by propublica found at least sixteen million dollars was spent at the Trump organization managed and branded properties by his campaign Republican party organizations and government agencies. Since he announced his candidacy the vast majority of the money more than thirteen million dollars put into the president's pocket by the Trump presidential campaign. And politico found that by September of two thousand sixteen a Trump owned airline and properties had received more than a million and a half dollars from the secret service. Then there's the web of foreign deals from which the president continues to benefit. And the blatant buck raking of a White House counselor on the lawn saying, quote, go by avant ca stuff, speaking of vodka, the first daughter and presidential adviser, get rare Chinese trademarks approved on the night. She was. To have dinner with China's president. Wow. Now that serendipity, Jared, Kushner's family business get loans after his White House meetings with financial executives, and the two presidential advisors earned eighty two million dollars in outside income last year. And then of course, there is commerce secretary, Wilbert Ross. He continues on his role after admitting to holding onto stocks. Then he told the office of government ethics that he had divested from including companies linked to Russia and China and caroli- Khan resigned from an advisory position. Ahead of a New Yorker article alleging that he had been pushing to change the rule that had a negative impact on his energy investments. And of course the list could go on and on and on and Willie. Again, we know it's a distraction from the fact that Donald Trump acted like Putin's dupe when he was in Helsinki that Donald Trump actu-. Disregarded fifty sixty years of US foreign policy and adopted. Basically what the old KGB's line was in the Soviet Union. We know it's all for a distraction, but you'd think they could do a better job than throwing something out there. That only turns the attention back to just how this is the most corrupt administration in modern history. Well, Joe, I would add to the list that just yesterday the Trump organization. Now the new one hundred ninety six million dollar investment in what of its golf clubs in Scotland, north of Aberdeen, Eric Trump who runs the organization. Now, said the time is right for us perhaps because the president United States is sits where he sits, and it's good for business, Richard Haass, all that Apocrypha is Joe laid out is there and it's good to remind people of all that. Let's go back to the claim made initially by Sarah Sanders yesterday that John Brennan that people like James Komi, Michael Hayden are quote, monetize ING, their access to clearance. First of all, why do former officials like that still have clearance? And are they Mon. Tithing that clearance usually former officials, keep their clearances. It's important, active courtesy, even more if you're in government, it is smart every now and then to check in with your predecessors, right? They've sat in those chairs, they've dealt with the policy. So for example, an enormous administration. If you were going to meet with Vladimir Putin, you might call in the national security figures who sat in on meetings with Vladimir Putin said, okay, what did you learn from the interaction in that meeting? Or how did you deal with this issue on Ukraine? So you want them to keep their clearances. So you basically have the ability to consult, but the idea that people go out and give speeches for money or consoled. And that's, that's one thing, and that's based upon their name and all the years of government service. But the idea that they're out there talking about secrets, just the opposite. You're actually extraordinarily careful that you never cross this line. Let let's be honest with this is about really, this is an abuse of executive power..

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Much ado about nothing because i guarantee a lot of other people would have been thrown in jail if they had done the same thing also as we talk about cropped flutie the most corrupt effort you really shouldn't go around saying things like that about a marine who's a war hero who served this country able and protected us after nine eleven that was him and unlike you he hasn't been clowned himself since nine eleven you know rudy the washington post blew apart trump's claimed about giving millions of dollars to charity fighting less than ten thousand dollars over a seven year period he even hung onto money donated for veterans until reporters pressured him to actually give it to twins his campaign manager allegedly directed the use of some foundation money before the iowa caucuses leading new york turning the new york torney general this sue to dissolve it and the palm beach post reports that trump's foundation donated over seven hundred thousand charities who then turned around and put the money right back into trump's pocket ridding his florida club some rudy would call that corrupt and a misuse of power but you know rudy there's so much corruption to go around new brought this up you open the door so let's all just merrily walk through at this monday morning back to the administration forms has been uncovering scandals involving commerce secretary wilbert ross who is now saying his signed statements claiming to divest and socks were actually just misunderstandings that's when he was awake administration official says he's only good 'til about eleven am in the morning then he starts to nod off but let me tell you in those hours that he's still awake who the corruptions arles all around ing senators have asked an investigation into insider trading based on their reporting and then of course there's interior secretary.

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"wilbert ross" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"wilbert ross" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Yeah so to get us into it you brought us a little bit of tape from commerce secretary wilbert ross this was from cnbc last week this is a can of campbell's soup this in the kind of campbell soup there's about two point six pennies worth of steel he says oh with tariffs being raise this cana soup would only go up fractions of a penny that's about six tenths of one cent on the price so he was basically going on the show to defend the so who in the world is going to be too bothered by six tenths of a cent but when you think about it you're not driving your campbell soup can write car feels like well you know it and it's not thirty five thousand dollars so you're saying the tier has a bigger effect on a car which already the car companies in their last or news reports we're seeing that already commodity prices were gonna be a drag on their earn commodities like zilin commodities like steel aluminum all these other things that card problem they were like in the coming year of this is going to be an issue so if it's you know six tenths of a penny on a on a campbell soup campbell soup can then orders of magnitude so hundreds of dollars thousands of dollars possibly even if it's hundreds of dollars what people forget about the car industry is the margins are razor thin smaller vehicles special i mean a ford fiesta those kind of cars.

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