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"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | Last week

"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg law with June gross from Bloomberg radio Bush is a very good person Yeah many lawyers that have any lawyers And I've had many lawyers but she's somebody that I think has done a very very good job We want public cases and we have numerous cases that never happened you know I'm always a target unfortunately and very sadly as it's a very unfair situation Former president Donald Trump is singing the praises of the attorney who's using an aggressive legal strategy to counter attack in some of his highest priority legal fights Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson profiled Trump's new lawyer Alina haba and spoke to the former president to get his take on her Eric start by telling us a little about Alina haba So Alina haba is a 38 year old lawyer from New Jersey She founded a small law firm that now has 5 lawyers total She is a member of Donald Trump's bedminster golf club She's fairly well to do She's originally from New Jersey And she told me that she wanted to help Trump out because she is a true believer in his legal causes She's not a high profile name Why did Trump go with her I had heard from her and separately from Trump that other members at the bedminster golf club had told Trump about her legal work for them Though she had represented other members at the club done some legal work here and there and they liked I guess the results and they knew that Trump is always in need of legal help So she was recommended and it basically he had someone at the club reach out to her get her business card then several interviews followed with him in person and then also with the Trump organization legal team in general She has an aggressive legal strategy which Trump likes Yeah you know she's been very aggressive in court you know Trump says this was his idea to get more aggressive and I think that in Alina haba he found someone willing to carry out this aggressive strategy So it started out with you'll recall that Trump had two lawsuits against him by different women E Jean Carroll New York advice columnist and a former apprentice contestant summer zervos They both claim that they were sexually assaulted by him and that he defamed them by denying it So those cases had been going on for a while and Alina haber took over his defense and basically threatened counter claims against them under the anti slapp laws Alleging bad faith lawsuits had been filed against Trump Summer zervos the apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit after that And in the case of E Jean Carroll a judge ruled that the claim was coming too late but Trump was real happy about that zervos case going away He congratulated her on that He printed out a news article and signed it and she has a framed copy of that hanging on her wall So at any rate he gave her some more matters to handle and then she went on the offense against his other courtroom foes Right she's filed some lawsuits that seem designed to get headlines and also look like they could be easily dismissed I mean certainly I spoke with legal experts at the time that these lawsuits were filed who said that they seemed pretty weak that they were a frivolous perhaps So yeah we'll see what happens These are three separate lawsuits one filed against the New York attorney general letitia James claiming that her investigation into Trump's company is politically motivated in bogus and seeking an injunction to force the investigation to end The other was filed more recently against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party and several others alleging a big conspiracy to undermine Trump while he was in office in regards to the Russia investigation and things like that And then another lawsuit filed against his estranged niece Mary Trump and The New York Times seeking a $100 million in damages for her acting as a source for the newspapers award winning article about his finances Her track record on Trump cases hasn't been all wins No definitely not so far We've seen a few big setbacks She had tried to fight against subpoenas that were issued by the New York attorney general to prevent Trump and two of his children Don Junior and Ivanka from having to testify under oath They really wanted to avoid that And she argued really hard against it but a judge upheld those subpoenas back in February She's appealing that but she lost on that And in regards to the subpoena for Trump's records that was also upheld and Trump agreed to abide by it with Alina haba's help but instead he didn't follow through and she basically went to the court on the day that the documents were due and said actually we object to this subpoena The judge was not happy He held Donald Trump in contempt of court and find him $10,000 a day which was just lifted the other day Provisionally they're trying to get him out of contempt but he owes the court a $110,000 now And frankly this is the result of the way that Alina had handled it They both fought the judge for this by the way and Trump does not think that miss harbor did anything wrong in her representation 110,000 Drop in the bucket for Trump Let's listen to what Trump told you about that ruling It's just a very unfair situation So I think she's done a very good job and I hope she'll continue to do the so final question Trump is known for stiffing some of his lawyers Is she being paid I did ask her that and she said yes She said that she is being paid and I believe her Great profile thanks so much Eric That's Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson Coming up next on the Bloomberg launch show how to spot dishonest lawyers They're probably playing a game I'm June Grasso and you're listening to Bloomberg Businesses.

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"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | Last week

"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio Bush is a very good person You have many lawyers I have any lawyers And I've had many lawyers But she's somebody that I think is at a very very good job We want public cases and we have numerous cases that never happened I'm always a target unfortunately and very sadly as it's a very unfair situation Former president Donald Trump is singing the praises of the attorney who's using an aggressive legal strategy to counter attack in some of his highest priority legal fights Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson profiled Trump's new lawyer Alina haba and spoke to the former president to get his take on her Eric start by telling us a little about Alina haba So Alina haba is a 38 year old lawyer from New Jersey She founded a small law firm that now has 5 lawyers total She is a member of Donald Trump's bedminster golf club She's fairly well to do She's originally from New Jersey And she told me that she wanted to help Trump out because she is a true believer in his legal causes She's not a high profile name Why did Trump go with her I had heard from her and separately from Trump that other members at the bedminster golf club had told Trump about her legal work for them So she had represented other members at the club done some legal work here and there and they liked I guess the results and they knew that Trump is always in need of legal help So she was recommended and it basically he had someone at the club reach out to her get her business card Then several interviews followed with him in person and then also with the Trump organization legal team in general She has an aggressive legal strategy which Trump likes Yeah you know she's been very aggressive in court you know Trump says this was his idea to get more aggressive and I think that in Alina haba he found someone willing to carry out this aggressive strategy So it started out with you'll recall that Trump had two lawsuits against him by different women E Jean Carroll New York advice columnist and a former apprentice contestant summer zervos They both claimed that they were sexually assaulted by him and that he defamed them by denying it So those cases had been going on for a while and Alina haber took over his defense and basically threatened counter claims against them under the anti slapp laws Alleging bad faith lawsuits had been filed against Trump Summer zervos the apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit after that And in the case of aging Carol a judge ruled that the claim was coming too late but Trump was real happy about that zervos case going away He congratulated her on that He printed out a news article and signed it and she has a framed copy of that hanging on her wall So at any rate he gave her some more matters to handle and then she went on the offense against his other courtroom foes Right she's filed some lawsuits that seem designed to get headlines and also look like they could be easily dismissed I mean certainly I spoke with legal experts at the time that these lawsuits were filed who said that they seemed pretty weak that they were a frivolous perhaps So yeah we'll see what happens These are three separate lawsuits one filed against the New York attorney general letitia James claiming that her investigation into Trump's company is politically motivated in bogus and seeking an injunction to force the investigation to end The other was filed more recently against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party and several others alleging a big conspiracy to undermine Trump while he was in office in regards to the Russia investigation and things like that And then another lawsuit filed against his estranged niece Mary Trump and The New York Times seeking a $100 million in damages for her acting as a source for the newspapers award winning article about his finances Our track record on Trump cases hasn't been all wins No definitely not so far We've seen a few big setbacks She had tried to fight against subpoenas that were issued by the New York attorney general to prevent Trump and two of his children Don Junior and Ivanka from having to testify under oath They really wanted to avoid that And she argued really hard against it but a judge upheld those subpoenas back in February She's appealing that but she lost on that And in regards to the subpoena for Trump's records that was also upheld and Trump agreed to abide by it with Alina haba's help but instead he didn't follow through and she basically went to the court on the day that the documents were due and said actually we object to this subpoena The judge was not happy He held Donald Trump in contempt of court and find him $10,000 a day which was just lifted the other day Provisionally they're trying to get him out of contempt but he owes the court a $110,000 now And frankly this is a result of the way that Alina had a handled it They both fought the judge for this by the way and Trump does not think that miss harbor did anything wrong in her representation 110,000 Drop in the bucket for Trump Let's listen to what Trump told you about that ruling It's just a very unfair situation So I think she's done a very good job and I hope she'll continue to adjust So final question Trump is known for stiffing some of his lawyers Is she being paid I did ask her that and she said yes She said that she is being paid And I believe her Great profile thanks so much Eric That's Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson Coming up next on the Bloomberg launch show how to spot dishonest lawyers They're probably playing a game I'm June Grasso and you're listening to Bloomberg Carol.

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"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:53 min | Last week

"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yeah many lawyers I have any lawyers And I've had many lawyers but she's somebody that I think has done a very very good job We want applications and we have numerous cases that never happened you know I'm always a target unfortunately and very sadly as it's a very unfair situation Former president Donald Trump is singing the praises of the attorney who's using an aggressive legal strategy to counter attack in some of his highest priority legal fights Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson profiled Trump's new lawyer Alina haba and spoke to the former president to get his take on her Eric start by telling us a little about Alina haba So Alina haber is a 38 year old lawyer from New Jersey She founded a small law firm that now has 5 lawyers total She is a member of Donald Trump's bedminster golf club She's fairly well to do She's originally from New Jersey And she told me that she wanted to help Trump out because she is a true believer in his legal causes She's not a high profile name Why did Trump go with her I had heard from her and separately from Trump that other members at the bedminster golf club had told Trump about her legal work for them So she had represented other members at the club done some legal work here and there and they liked I guess the results and they knew that Trump is always in need of legal help So she was recommended and it basically he had someone at the club reach out to her get her business card then several interviews followed with him in person and then also with the Trump organization legal team in general She has an aggressive legal strategy which Trump likes Yeah you know she's been very aggressive in court you know Trump says this was his idea to get more aggressive and I think that in Alina haba he found someone willing to carry out this aggressive strategy So it started out with you'll recall that Trump had two lawsuits against him by different women E Jean Carroll New York advice columnist and a former apprentice contestant summer zervos They both claimed that they were sexually assaulted by him and that he defamed them by denying it So those cases had been going on for a while and Alina haber took over his defense and basically threatened counter claims against them under the anti slapp laws Alleging bad faith lawsuits had been filed against Trump Some are zervos the apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit after that And in the case of Egyptian Carol a judge ruled that the claim was coming too late but Trump was real happy about that zervos case going away He congratulated her on that He printed out a news article and signed it and she has a framed copy of that hanging on her wall So at any rate he gave her some more matters to handle and then she went on the offense against these other courtroom foes Right she's filed some lawsuits that seem designed to get headlines and also look like they could be easily dismissed I mean certainly I spoke with legal experts at the time that these lawsuits were filed who said that they seemed pretty weak that they were a frivolous perhaps So yeah we'll see what happens These are three separate lawsuits one filed against the New York attorney general letitia James claiming that her investigation into Trump's company is politically motivated in bogus and seeking an injunction to force the investigation to end The other was filed more recently against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party and several others alleging a big conspiracy to undermine Trump while he was in office in regards to the Russia investigation and things like that And then another lawsuit filed against his estranged niece Mary Trump and The New York Times seeking a $100 million in damages for her acting as a source for the newspapers award winning article about his finances Her track record on Trump cases hasn't been all wins No definitely not so far We've seen a few big setbacks She had tried to fight against subpoenas that were issued by the New York attorney general to prevent Trump and two of his children Don Junior and Ivanka from having to testify under oath They really wanted to avoid that and she argued really hard against it but a judge upheld those subpoenas back in February She's appealing that but she lost on that And in regards to the subpoena for Trump's records that was also upheld and Trump agreed to abide by it with Alina haba's help but instead he didn't follow through and she basically went to the court on the day that the documents were due and said actually we object to this subpoena The judge was not happy He held Donald Trump in contempt of court and find him $10,000 a day which was just lifted the other day Provisionally they're trying to get him out of contempt but he owes the court a $110,000 now And frankly this is a result of the way that Alina had a handled it They both fought the judge for this by the way and Trump does not think that miss harbor did anything wrong in her representation 110,000 drop in the bucket for Trump Let's listen to what Trump told you about that ruling It's just a very unfair situation So I think she's done a very good job and I shall continue to do the job So final question Trump is known for stiffing some of his lawyers Is she being paid I did ask her that and she said yes She said that she is being paid And I believe her Great profile thanks so much Eric That's Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson Coming up next on the Bloomberg launch show how to spot dishonest lawyers They're probably playing a game I'm June Grasso and you're listening to Bloomberg At Bloomberg's Take care of your property with equipment you can count.

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"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:04 min | Last week

"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio Bush is a very good person Yeah many lawyers I have any lawyers And I've had many lawyers But she's somebody that I think has done a very very good job We want public cases and we have numerous cases that never happened I'm always a target unfortunately And very sadly it's a very unfair situation Former president Donald Trump is singing the praises of the attorney who's using an aggressive legal strategy to counter attack in some of his highest priority legal fights Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson profiled Trump's new lawyer Elena haba and spoke to the former president to get his take on her Eric start by telling us a little about Alina haba So Alina haber is a 38 year old lawyer from New Jersey She founded a small law firm that now has 5 lawyers total She is a member of Donald Trump's bedminster golf club She's fairly well to do She's originally from New Jersey And she told me that she wanted to help Trump out because she is a true believer in his legal causes She's not a high profile name Why did Trump go with her I had heard from her and separately from Trump that other members at the bedminster golf club had told Trump about her legal work for them So she had represented other members at the club done some legal work here and there and they liked I guess the results And they knew that Trump is always in need of legal help So she was recommended and it basically he had someone at the club reach out to her get her business card then several interviews followed with him in person and then also with the Trump organization legal team in general She has an aggressive legal strategy which Trump likes Yeah you know she's been very aggressive in court you know Trump says this was his idea to get more aggressive and I think that in Alina haba he found someone willing to carry out this aggressive strategy So it started out with you'll recall that Trump had two lawsuits against him by different women E Jean Carroll New York advice columnist and a former apprentice contestant summer zervos They both claimed that they were sexually assaulted by him and that he defamed them by denying it So those cases had been going on for a while and Alina haba took over his defense and basically threatened counter claims against them under the anti slapp laws Alleging bad faith lawsuits had been filed against Trump Some reservo the apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit after that And in the case of E J and Carol a judge ruled that the claim was coming too late but Trump was real happy about that zervos case going away He congratulated her on that He printed out a news article and signed it and she has a framed copy of that hanging on her wall So at any rate he gave her some more matters to handle and then she went on the offense against these other courtroom foes Right she's filed some lawsuits that seem designed to get headlines and also look like they could be easily dismissed I mean certainly I spoke with legal experts at the time that these lawsuits were filed who said that they seemed pretty weak that they were a frivolous perhaps So yeah we'll see what happens These are three separate lawsuits one filed against the New York attorney general letitia James claiming that her investigation into Trump's company is politically motivated in bogus and seeking an injunction to force the investigation to end The other was filed more recently against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party and several others alleging a big conspiracy to undermine Trump while he was in office in regards to the Russia investigation and things like that And then another lawsuit filed against his estranged niece Mary Trump and The New York Times seeking a $100 million in damages for her acting as a source for the newspapers award winning article about his finances Her track record on Trump cases hasn't been all wins No definitely not so far We've seen a few big setbacks She had tried to fight against subpoenas that were issued by the New York attorney general to prevent Trump and two of his children Don Junior and Ivanka from having to testify under oath They really wanted to avoid that and she argued really hard against it but a judge upheld those subpoenas back in February She's appealing that but she lost on that And in regards to the subpoena for Trump's records that was also upheld and Trump agreed to abide by it with Alina habas you know help But instead he didn't follow through and she basically went to the court on the day that the documents were due and said actually we object to this subpoena The judge was not happy He held Donald Trump in contempt of court and find him $10,000 a day which was just lifted the other day Provisionally they're trying to get him out of contempt but he owes the court a $110,000 now And frankly this is the result of the way that Alina had the handled it They both fought the judge for this by the way and Trump does not think that miss harbor did anything wrong in her representation 110,000 Talking to bucket for Trump Let's listen to what Trump told you about that ruling It's just a very unfair situation So I think she's done a very good job And I hope she'll continue to do the job So final question Trump is known for stiffing some of his lawyers Is she being paid I did ask her that and she said yes she said that she is being paid And I believe her Great profile thanks so much Eric That's Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson Coming up next on the Bloomberg long show how to spot dishonest lawyers They're probably playing a game I'm June Grasso and you're listening to Bloomberg The balance The I didn't realize you liked me that way deal Because it's one thing to receive McDonald's but an entirely other thing.

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"zervos" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"zervos" Discussed on WCPT 820

"A former public defender in the courts of Washington back when I was a prosecutor So he knows his way around justice on both sides of the equation defense and prosecution And now on the bench he said and I quote Donald Trump's speech on January 6th was the essence of civil conspiracy That is a serious federal judge announcing here is the road map for prosecuting Donald Trump for inciting an insurrection Now admittedly that was in the context of a civil case and he refused to dismiss the civil suit brought against Donald Trump for inciting the insurrection But the principles are universal when it comes to a conspiracy to incite an insurrection So that's an important really important statement by a federal judge But that's what I'm saying interesting that it might be the civil cases whether it's January 6th or his financial crimes in New York it might be the civil cases to get him and not the criminal which is ironic in New York said I reviewed thousands of documents This comes out of his ruling in the letitia James subpoena battle I reviewed thousands of documents and the attorney general's investigation has quote uncovered copious evidence of possible financial fraud I'm a Jersey guy I don't use big words like copious I would say tons of freaking fun Right Yeah And that's what a New York judge said And that's an informed opinion because in his opinion he said I reviewed thousands of documents that have been subpoenaed by tish James These are hugely ominous signs for Donald Trump So we are still generally heading in the right direction The investigative circle still tightens around Donald Trump The loosened up a little bit with the New York district attorney story So we need some Jersey justice Real quick Just to silver linings again the former Minneapolis police officers have all been found guilty of failing to render aid as they watch George Floyd solely a suffocated by Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin The officers also face trial on charges they aided and abetted Chauvin So that was a good news for justice at least one rule Yeah right When we look at both Ahmad Arbery and his family have received accountability I'm not going to call it justice but they've received accountability both from a state jury and some a federal jury And now the same thing has happened with the George Floyd murder and George Floyd's family They've now received accountability from a state jury and the federal jury in a civil rights case These are consequential developments hopefully this is a sign of things to come by holding folks accountable for violating the civil rights of our brothers and sisters John figueroa Glenn if I could I want to bring it back to Trump for just a moment Every evening on SiriusXM progress I'm talking folks off ledges who are terrified that Donald Trump is never going to receive any kind of karma come up in any kind of justice When we look at the civil cases against him from E Jean Carroll to lieutenant colonel vindman to summer zervos when we look at what's happening with the Georgia attorney general the New York State attorney general and the New York City DA how much do we need to remind people that billable hours may be the worst thing in Donald Trump's life I mean when you think about the amount of money he'll be shoveling to defense attorneys for the rest of his life is that to your mind some form of justice people can take solace in You know it's just money And I agree I absolutely agree with you that Donald Trump probably already is sort of de facto bankrupt And I also believe based on all the developments in the New York civil cases that the Trump organization is done It's completely done here I mean you know his accounting firm of walked away from ten years of work they did for Trump because he had been feeding them garbage numbers So maybe Trump is sitting in the reception room of an H and R block trying to find somebody to do his taxes right now But yes he's done on the financial front but it's only money We need to see him in an orange suit because justice matters And real quick before you go you tweeted only the weakest of weak men like Trump and Ponte Pompeo cozy up in genuflect to a murderous dictator like Putin in a very real sense they're siding with America's enemies You know my dad being an assistant prosecutor at Nuremberg is why I have deep complex data issues with you But my point is is there I mean I know it's early and it's just happening now but isn't Putin a war criminal Is there Hagen his future I mean isn't this the most clear case we've seen of good and evil How can there not be a Hague in his future I mean this is a blatantly unlawful war of aggression to satisfy the ego of a murderous dictator period And you know listen I was in the army active duty 6 and a half years And I will never cavalierly say we've got to send our men and women over there to fight on Ukrainian soil But I like the way Biden has been galvanizing world opinion against Putin I hope that that will reap benefits I hope there is some way maybe to encourage an uprising from within Russia and resistance from within Ukraine but something yet something has to be done We can't stand by and let Vladimir Putin you know kill people in Ukraine for sport because he wants more land That's insane Yeah You and your giant odd gavel and your pictures of you in the army But mostly the pictures of you playing football are mostly stuck in my.

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"zervos" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"zervos" Discussed on WCPT 820

"An insurrection Now admittedly that was in the context of a civil case and he refused to dismiss the civil suit brought against Donald Trump for inciting the insurrection But the principles are universal when it comes to a conspiracy to incite an insurrection So that's an important really important statement by a federal judge But that's what I'm saying interesting that it might be the civil cases whether it's January 6th or his financial crimes in New York it might be the civil cases that get him and not the criminal which is right Judge Edgar on up in New York said I reviewed thousands of documents This comes out of his ruling in the letitia James subpoena battle I reviewed thousands of documents and the attorney general's investigation has quote uncovered copious evidence of possible financial fraud Now I'm a Jersey guy I don't use big words like copious I would say tons of freaking fraud Right And that's what a New York judge said And that's an informed opinion because in his opinion he said I reviewed thousands of documents that have been subpoenaed by tish James These are hugely ominous signs for Donald Trump So we are still generally heading in the right direction The investigative circle still tightens around Donald Trump though loosened up a little bit with the New York district attorney story So we need some Jersey justice and real quick Just two silver linings again the former Minneapolis police officers have all been found guilty of failing to render aid as they watch George Floyd solely suffocated by Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin The officers also face trial on charges they aided and abetted Chauvin So that was a good news for justice at least one rule Steph when we look at both ahmaud Arbery and his family have received accountability I'm not going to call it justice but they've received accountability both from a state jury and from a federal jury And now the same thing has happened with the George Floyd murder and George Floyd's family They've now received accountability from a state jury and the federal jury in a civil rights case These are consequential developments hopefully this is a sign of things to come by holding folks accountable for violating the civil rights of our brothers and sisters John figueroa Glen if I could I want to bring it back to Trump for just a moment Every evening on SiriusXM progress I'm talking folks off ledges who are terrified that Donald Trump is never going to receive any kind of karma come up in any kind of justice When we look at the civil cases against him from E Jean Carroll to lieutenant colonel vindman December zervos when we look at what's happening with the Georgia attorney general the New York State attorney general and the New York City DA how much do we need to remind people that billable hours may be the worst thing in Donald Trump's life I mean when you think about the amount of money he'll be shoveling to defense attorneys for the rest of his life is that to your mind some form of justice people can take solace in You know it's just money And I agree I absolutely agree with you that Donald Trump probably already is sort of de facto bankrupt And I also believe based on all the developments in the New York civil cases that the Trump organization is done It's completely done I mean you know his accounting firm of walked away from ten years of work they did for Trump because he had been feeding them garbage numbers So maybe Trump is sitting in the reception room of an H and R block trying to find somebody to do his taxes right now But yes he's done on the financial front but it's only money We need to see him in an orange suit because justice matters Real quick before you go you tweeted only the weakest of weak men like Trump and Pompeo cozy up in genuflect to a murderous dictator like Putin in a very real sense they're siding with America's enemies You know my dad being an assistant prosecutor at Nuremberg is why I have deep complex daddy issues with you But my point is is there I mean I know it's early and it's just happening now but isn't Putin a war criminal And his future I mean isn't this the most clear case we've seen of good and evil How can there not be a Hague in his future I mean this is a blatantly unlawful war of aggression to satisfy the ego of a murderous dictator period And you know listen I was in the army active duty 6 and a half years And I will never cavalierly say we've got to send our men and women over there to fight on Ukrainian soil But I like the way Biden has been galvanizing world opinion against Putin I hope that that will reap benefits I hope there is some way maybe to encourage an uprising from within Russia and resistance from within Ukraine but something yet something has to be done We can't stand by and let Vladimir Putin you know kill people in Ukraine for sport because he wants more land That's insane Yeah You and your giant gavel and your pictures of you in the army but mostly the pictures of you playing football Our mostly stuck in my.

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"zervos" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"zervos" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Former president Trump faces one less lawsuit Ex apprentice contestant summer zervos has dropped her defamation suit against former president Donald Trump She sued him in 2017 claiming he had damaged her reputation when he accused her and others of making up claims of sexual assault and harassment zervos accused Trump of kissing and groping her against her will in 2007 last month mister Trump's lawyer had asked the court for permission to file a counterclaim against servos servos lawyers say their client stands by the allegations in her complaint and has accepted no compensation The former president in a statement said quote only victory can restore one's reputation Samantha leapman Fox News President Biden plans to host the ceremony Monday as he signs the $1 trillion infrastructure Bill but some of the 19 Republicans who supported it won't be there One of them minority leader Mitch McConnell said in a radio interview Thursday he has other things to do rather than attend a signing ceremony A bus explosion in Kabul Afghanistan kills at least one person Several wounded That information coming to us by way of The Associated Press which has been speaking with a Taliban official that same official saying that the number could indeed rise were in fact getting conflicting reports right now but at least one killed in that attack that official saying that the blast was caused by a car bomb No immediate claim of responsibility But it occurred in a neighborhood in the Afghan capital that is heavily populated by Shiites who have been the target of repeated attacks by Islamic State militants Islamic State remember is a Sunni group which considers Shiite Muslims to be heretics Fox's Ryan chilkoot and SpaceX launched 53 Starlink satellites into orbit from Florida on Saturday They're part of that global Internet system SpaceX's building I'm.

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"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Will hold a virtual meeting with Chinese president Xi on Monday evening White House press secretary Jen Psaki told a briefing that the two leaders will discuss ways to compete responsibly on the global stage The U.S. and China recently agreed to cooperate on fighting climate change Huge differences exist over human rights Hong Kong and Taiwan Medicare premiums are going up come the first of the new year Brad Siegel reports The federal government Friday night said Medicare part B premiums were rising over 14% starting next year boosting monthly payments for those in the lowest income bracket from about $148 a month to about $170 a month The centers for Medicare and Medicaid services said however that most beneficiaries also collect social security and we'll see a cost of living adjustment next year of nearly 6% which is the largest in 30 years The NBA is investigating possible pre free agency tampering charges involving the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat Joel stern has more The probe according to ESPN involves a sign and trade acquisitions of the bull's Lonzo Ball and the heats Kyle Lowry The NBA wants to know whether illegal contact and negotiation occurred among teams and agents ahead of the opening of free agency on August 2nd The league is reportedly conducted numerous interviews with player agents and team officials while also gathering electronic messages of front office personnel from Chicago New Orleans Miami and Toronto Consumer sentiment is running at its lowest level in a decade The University of Michigan's index of consumer attitudes fell nearly 5 points in early November and is now down more than 13% compared to one year ago One in four consumers complained about inflation causing them to lower their living standards this month SpaceX is marking another successful launch of falcon 9 rocket carrying 53 more Starlink satellites lifted off from cape canaveral early this morning after a one day weather delay Saturday's launch is SpaceX's 31st Starlink mission I'm Julie Ryan Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon is expected to turn himself in Monday after being indicted by a federal grand jury for contempt of Congress Brian shook reports Bannon refused to honor a subpoena to testify before the House committee investigating the January 6th attack on the capitol He also refused to turn over documents to the committee The house cited Bannon for contempt and the matter was referred to the Justice Department a federal grand jury handed down the indictment Attorney general Merrick Garland put out a statement saying the Justice Department is committed to the rule of law I'm Brian shook Former president Trump is scoring two legal wins after one lawsuit is dropped and another is dismissed Jim Forbes has the latest Former apprentice contestant summer zervos agreed to drop her lawsuit that alleged the former president sexually assaulted her The attorney for zervos said she stands by the allegations in her complaint and has accepted no compensation In the other case a New York judge granted Trump's motion to dismiss Michael Cohen's lawsuit against this company in which he was seeking reimbursement of legal fees Cohen said quote it was a terrible decision by the judge and he will be thinking about whether he will file an appeal over the weekend I'm Jim Forbes A two year old is in critical condition after falling 9 stories out of a window in The Bronx on Friday evening A show balla has more It was just before 6 o'clock when the toddler fell through an air conditioner sized gap in the 9th floor window of an apartment on Trinity avenue the boy was rushed to Harlem hospital ABC 7 reports that no criminality is suspected at this time while the investigations underway ashok Bala Cruz will be installing the Rockefeller center Christmas tree today in midtown Manhattan The 79 foot Norway spruce comes from Maryland and was donated by a family in the small town of elkton the lighting ceremony is set for Wednesday December 1st I'm Julie Ryan And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Kaiser permanente reached a tentative agreement with the unions averting what could have been the largest strike yet this year more from Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini A strike would have involved more than 30,000 workers from nurses and pharmacists to janitors and locksmiths The alliance of healthcare union saying today Kaiser reached the agreement on a four year contract covering 50,000 employees in 22 local unions Workers were planning to walk out of hospitals across most of the West Coast on Monday morning And this tentative pact may take several weeks to ratify with this agreement a two tiered system that would have paid new workers at lower rates than existing ones has been taken off the table Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio We're hearing the Biden administration rejected a plan by Intel to increase production of gyps in China Our source says the administration cited security concerns at the same time Intel's been seeking federal assistance to ramp up research and production in the U.S. The log jam of container ships outside the California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach swelled to another record This has stepped up efforts to clear cargo off the docks failed to prevent the average weight for vessels from reaching nearly 17 days The cube both at anchor and in a holding zone rose to 83 ships as of late Friday four more than Wednesday and topping the previous high of 81 said earlier this week That is according to officials who monitor marine traffic in San Pedro bay Law enforcement officials believe a Virginia teenager is behind a string of bomb threats at universities Several buildings at NYU were evacuated Thursday because of their threats within the past week Cornell Yale Columbia and Brown were also targeted In a separate case in Los Angeles a group of teens in a chat room were accused of reporting bomb threats and swatting incidents nationwide Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg 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 Ex-'Apprentice' contestant Zervos drops suit against Trump

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"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit against the Donald Trump former apprentice contestant summer Zervos has dropped her defamation lawsuit against former president Donald Trump Zervos accused trump of sexual assault saying he kissed and groped her against her will in two thousand seven allegations trump denied she sued that then president in New York state court in twenty seventeen saying he damaged her reputation when he said she and other women alleging sexual assault and harassment or making things up since Mr trump has not issued a retraction as I requested he

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 Trump aims to countersue sex assault accuser who sued him

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"Counter claim against a former apprentice contestant says trump sexually assaulted her the request comes as a key point in summer Zervos his five year old defamation lawsuit approaches to both trump and service how to give depositions in the case and that questioning which is done under oath is set for December Zervos claims that trump hurt her reputation when he accused her of lying about what she said was his unwelcome kissing and groping in two thousand seven she went public with her claim during the twenty sixteen presidential race trump has said that service and others who accused him of misconduct did so to damage his political hopes

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00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Court lets woman's defamation suit vs. Trump proceed again

"Former president Donald Trump is a step closer to having to testify under oath about a sexual assault allegation against him former apprentice contestant summer Zervos has accused Donald Trump of subjecting her to unwanted kissing and groping in two thousand and seven but when she went public with her claims trump branded her a liar and that led to her suing him for defamation trump managed to shield himself from having to give a deposition in that case first claiming his denials were free speech protected by the constitution then claiming that he couldn't face a state level trial because he was president now that he's no longer in the White House the second part of that complaint goes out the window a New York appeals court has now paved the way for the case to go forward saying trump's appeal is now moot now that he's considered a private citizen I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Court lets woman's defamation suit vs. Trump proceed again

"Donald Trump could face questioning under oath about a former apprentice content contestants Sexual Alec assault allegation against him after a ruling from New York's highest court in her defamation case. Evidence gathering has been on hold in summer Zervos his lawsuit since Trump after the high court last year to declare that the presidency protected him from being sued in state court. Court of Appeals tossed Trump's appeal Now as moot since he's out of office in the White House. Cates is set to return to trial so both sides can continue pretrial evidence seeking

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Woman suing Trump asks court: Toss his legal-shield claim

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00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Woman suing Trump asks court: Toss his legal-shield claim

"A former contestant on the apprentice is trying to revive her defamation lawsuit against Donald Trump now that he is no longer president you may remember the name summer Zervos she's the former apprentice contestant who said that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in two thousand seven when trump called zero saliva she sued for defamation but the case has been delayed because trump's attorneys claimed that a sitting president cannot be sued in state court with trump now out of office voces people are back in court saying the you can't sue the president while he's in office argument is now moot and not even trump's lawyers they say will fight that anymore if the appeals court agrees to dismiss the appeal services lawyers want the case back in court part of that effort would be discovery and evidence gathering process that could have trump testify about the facts of the case under oath I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"zervos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The prosecution of the former president has that dynamic changed since January, 6th. I think that remains to be seen. I mean, the constant refrain we've gotten from the Biden administration is that they want to try to make what they see as a deliberate break with the policies of the prior administration and tried not to be seen as directing the Justice Department who to prosecute and who not to prosecute. No, Their approach is that you know their plan on being very hands off with the Justice Department alone. The Justice Department do its work. But again, I feel like when you're talking about again, they're not being a huge amount of kind of lock him up chance going on amongst the bite, administration officials That may have changed. And what's interesting is we heard from the U. S attorney in the District of Columbia who was an acting U S attorney but is a trump of pointy that he would not rule out the idea of possibly charging the president as they have hundreds of cases that are now under their jurisdiction. And they've arrested more than 100 people in association with what happened on that day. The fact that he wouldn't rule it out. I think it's a very interesting and very telling statement. Is there a possibility of charges from the phone calls that he made to Georgia officials to try to change the election results in that state? We kind of like the idea that a prosecutor in Fulton County is looking into the I feel like you obviously need political support for those things that I'm not sure necessarily that there would be support even though the president has attacked for numerous officials and Georgia, including the governor and the secretary of state there, I'm not sure that they would have kind of the political will to necessarily and their prosecutors after him, but again, and majority kind of democratic areas and Fulton County being one of those You might see someone tried to bring up they charge looking at essential election interference Now. In contrast, the New York attorney general in the Manhattan district attorney definitely have the political will, and they've been pursuing Trump for some time. He had the New York attorney general, looking at his taxes and what he's done there, and you have the Manhattan district attorney who famously went all the way to Supreme Court to get access to his financial records. He looks into potential fraud by the Trump Organization and by Donald Trump himself and legal experts think the Manhattan Da's case is the most likely to result in criminal charges against Trump, perhaps for tax fraud or insurance fraud. You mentioned that it went up to the Supreme Court. The court refused to give Trump Immunity as president but sent the case back to the lower court. Where does that stand? I've actually back up for the Supreme Court for yet another decision. And what we're hearing is that the folks in that office or having to wait for the Supreme Court decision before they decide exactly what they're gonna do, with all the information from them because they are still waiting for a few key legal documents from his financial records. And then there are all the civil cases, which have already been filed, among them. A lawsuit by his niece Mary Trump for fraud. A defamation lawsuit by E. Jean Carroll, a New York advice columnist, and another definition lawsuit by summer Zervos of former apprentice contestant. Does he have different law firms defending him on these cases? Does he have one person in charge of overseeing all the litigation? That's a good question. I don't know if there's one single person in charge. And in fact, his representation has been kind of an open question. Law firms have backed away under criticism for work that they've done on behalf of Trump or on behalf of Republicans in the aftermath of the election of your challenging the election result is in several white shoe law firms that I've decided that they are not going to do business. And in one case, a lawyer who was on the phone with him during that Georgia phone call has parted ways with her law firm because of what happened because she was taking part in that if you sort of think about this is a man who's had it incredibly litigious history. He's kept a lot of lawyers busy. Over his time. You know, you sort of think about something like Mark case with who has been one of his strongest allies. Does he go back to using the people he was using before was in the White House. Does he have a new round of lawyers that he turns to? Obviously we know he's close with folks like calendar shorts, and you know other people that are legal pundits, maybe more than practicing a lot of laws. The moment where does he turn for his legal representation as he sets a very open questions? We do know that he's hired a new attorney to represent him at his impeachment trial. South Carolina lawyer Butch Bowers, who was counseled the governor, Mark Sanford, when he faced impeachment in 2009, thanks so much for being on the show. Tina that's Tina Davis, executive editor for Bloomberg Legal News. And that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg Law Show. I Am Junior. Also, thanks so much for listening and please tune into the Bloomberg long Show every week night at 10 P.m. Eastern, right here on Bloomberg Radio. The following is a message. Slack.

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"zervos" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

"zervos" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"He's asking attorney on 97. W F L A. All right. Good morning. Welcome to ask an attorney all about Florida law. We're talking about personal injury to personal injury attorneys. His guests are in Salta and Angela Zervos. Got a legal question for them the remaining eight minutes or so. 809 69. 935 to let's go to Linda in Spring Hill. Hello. Hey, Linda. Morning. Morning. Um, my son was riding his bicycle. Down line Boulevard. And The light was green for for him to go. And they Trust driver he pulled over to the left hand side. To flag him on and two vehicles that didn't wantto wait for the light, which happens pretty often here in Florida. Um one of them struck him and knocked him down and the other one ran over. And severed his leg and he has gone through five surgeries. Called Morgan and Morgan and night Tony Point like there wasn't enough money. And Now he has this point rendered homeless He's going in for his fists. Surgery on that leg to try and save the leg. He still has two more surgeries to go. This happened last year in December December, 3rd And we have yet to have been able to get a new attorney to represent him. Good morning, Roland. I'm so sorry to hear what happened to your son. How old.

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03:13 min | 1 year ago

"zervos" Discussed on WJR 760

"Are emerging about the cause of that massive explosion that demonstrated devastated portions of the Lebanese capital. Beirut. Correspondent Allah Damon says the port was storing over 1000 tons of ammonium nitrate, the head of the port warned or numerous occasions over the years that these Materials needed to be moved. This was not the sort of place where you would store something that is this volatile, especially given the climate conditions. Ammonium nitrate is an industrial chemical commonly used around the world is an agricultural fertilizer and explosives for mining. It's also what key component in the improvised bomb notably used in 1995 in Oklahoma City. If there is a college football season, it'll look different from the revamp schedule. The Big 10 Conference announced today that Michigan State will open the season at home September 5th against Minnesota. But States game against Michigan has been moved from October 10th in East Lansing to October 5th in Ann Arbor, The Spartans other headline game against Ohio State remains on October 17th. It will be the debut of the Spartans new head coach Mel Tucker for the retired mark D'Antonio. Despite losing billions of dollars due to the covert shutdown. Ford says it intends to keep its promise and rebuild the Michigan Central train station. After a seven week delay. Work has resumed on the iconic edifice just off Michigan Avenue spokeswoman Christina 12 Tree says Despite the seven week stay at home order, they're still expect to meet the completion date at the end of 2022. The first Corona virus vaccine test has begun. Henry Ford health system is one of 90 sites in the nation testing the efficacy of a Corona virus vaccine, and it's the only site in Michigan. That's in a phase three testing of the drug made by Moderna. That vaccine comes in two shots given 28 days apart, and researchers hope to enroll 30,000 volunteers. Half will receive the drug, the other half a placebo. Dr. Marcus Zervos, chief of infectious disease for Henry Ford, calls it the best hope of resolving the virus and getting it under control. Volunteers must be free of the virus and or a compromised immune system. Each participant will be paid $1000 if all visits are completed. Joe Biden will not accept the Democrat US presidential nomination at the designated convention site in Milwaukee. The Democratic Party announced that today correspondent Arlette Sanchez reports the details behind the decision. One senior official telling that the fear of community spread in Milwaukee with media production teams and party officials was just getting to be too much. We don't want to risk anyone's health for this. So as of right now, Biden and his running mates will be delivering their speeches from other locations. The only speaker is expected to be in Wisconsin would be Wisconsin officials and voters. Tales of Biden's acceptance speech will be announced later on Wall Street Today. Another stellar day the Dow was up 373 points. The S and P up 21. Ken Rygel SKI W. J. R News back to Kevin Dietz in two minutes.

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"zervos" Discussed on WJR 760

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08:15 min | 2 years ago

"zervos" Discussed on WJR 760

"Food and Drug Administration. Frank Beckmann Show News Talk 7 60 W. J. R Man whose division head for infectious disease that Henry Ford health system Is Dr Marcus Zervos, and he is kind enough to join us this morning to talk about the research is being done and where it's headed. There's been a lot of controversy, as you know about hydrochloric win. We have heard from some people in, including state representative Karen Whitsett. Ah, who has who has had that his treatment hydrochloric wood and and seen covert 19 go away, and so that that raised hopes that maybe Hydrochloric Quinn was the answer. But then we got other studies had said no, No, It's really not working the way they claim it is And so the the investigations of that to have gone on and on and on in the medical community, well, Henry Ford health system They've completed a study as I mentioned Dr Market servos right in the middle of it is division head of infectious disease for the Henry Ford health system, and it's six hospitals across the region. And we're happy to have him on the other end of our line, Dr Zervos. Good morning to you, sir. Good morning. Nice to speak with you. Same here. How long has this study been been going on? So we began to use hydroxy clerk one with our first patients that were hospitalized with, uh, Cove it and it was from from March and our experience with with hydroxide clerk one has been been very good. We use it in our Six hospitals. We had 2500 patients that were treated with it that we compared patients receive hydrochloric win with those that didn't in the Once that got it had a lower mortality. Yeah, well, those who were treated with it. The number said that I saw in the data that was provided to me. Those treated with hydroxide Clara quit alone. 13% of those lost their battle. But those who are not treated with head rush a cleric and 26% over 26%. That's more than double Passed away. That's that's a remarkable number. You know, it is very important and we Did youse hydroxide clerk when in combination with other drugs? We also found that early administration of steroids and you know other treatments. Supportive treatment was also important, but We feel very strongly that the hydroxide clerk when, uh Had an important role in better outcome of our patients. Well, it sure sounds that way. And you know those who did passed away. They did have other conditions that they got serious heart or abnormalities seemed to have been the real precursor to Ah, Tio hydroxide clerk would not working if you will. Well, you know, we looked very carefully and why it worked away didn't work and also why our results are different from other studies. And what was different about our treatment is that we had a a protocol for administration that very carefully monitored the patient's monitored for Cardiac related issues are dozing was very carefully done. That was and it was different from some other studies that didn't show a benefit. We also treated the patients early. We feel that the early administration of the Hydra Actiq Laura Quinn was most important because of the way that hydrochloric One works is by Reducing the inflammatory response. The immune system's response to the virus and that's what Is the most associated with the serious complications of Copan sure, and and so the patients who received hydroxy Cora Quinton obviously did better than those who did not. But there were some complications as you mentioned earlier with heart issues popping up for some right or did they have those pre existing No. We actually found in her direction Clerk. One was very safe in our hands Attracted clerk wins the drug. It's been around for decades, and it's been used very safely and It was used very safely and are our hands. We we monitored patients so because patients were sick with covert there were hospitalized. They were, you know, I had serious Underlying condition. So we monitored the patient's very closely and If a patient had ah, potential issue with their heart than they were excluded from the study, But we found that the drug was very safe the way we used it now, as I mentioned the numbers earlier, the vast majority of unread break from the study the vast majority of Henry Ford patients receive the drug soon after admission. 82% received it within 24 hours, 91% get it within 48 hours. Now. That's that's different than many of the other studies, which gave the drug later in the patient's illness. When something called a side of keen or side a kind storm had already developed is that the attack on the body's immune system by by CV? Right. We found that it was very important to give the drug early. Because by giving it early it reduces the immune response also called the sighted kind Storm and the site of kind storm is what is associated with the most serious complications of the Of the virus, the respiratory failure and people having to go on a ventilator, so It was very important in our study was to give the treatment early, and that Resulted in. Ah reduced inflammatory response and we think that was an important reason for the better outcome are study also differs from other studies in Types of patients that are included and the dozing of the of the drug. Many of the studies that air Come out of not gone through the peer review process. They haven't been published. It's hard to compare. You know our results with some others. Yeah, this is Satya kind Storm that we mentioned. I'm not sure anybody has heard it. I've never heard of it. I read the results of your study. But this is what's known as a severe reaction within the immune system right that. Ah, that happens because Cody Great What words it goes on overdrive to try to kill the covert right? Write what happens with covert. Is that then it's different from a lot of other infections that we have to deal with. Because The virus causes infection in the person, but Virus also causes an overreaction of the immune system and overreaction of immune system causes damage to the lung and That's what the sighted kind storm Soto over active immune system that causes more harm than good at certain parts of the infection. I see now what will you do with the results of this of this study that you've done the research? You've done, Dr Servos because you know, moving forward. It's it's got to be implemented. What will it lead medical professionals to do? As they're dealing with the patient's person to person. Well, we still think at this point that hydroxide clerk one should only be used in a hospital setting, and at this time, it can only be used in clinical trial because the emergency use authorization has been Reversed by the by the FDA. So we think that our study is not only very important for patients going forward, but also to inform How study should be done going forward. Including the perspective trials still needed to be done. There been studies that have been favorable studies that have been negative. We think all those study should be looked at together and We look at how best to do the trials and helped us to use the drug. At what point in the medical field. This this hydroxy clerk wouldn't get get mentioned as the treatment that should be done. That you know is the number one treatment for CV. Could you foresee that happening now? Well, I think we'll It'll still be important to use a.

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06:17 min | 2 years ago

"zervos" Discussed on WJR 760

"In for Mitch Piers Guy, Gordon. Well, thankyou and hydroxide clerical and ended up being such a flashpoint. As as so many things that does when when it involves Donald Trump. There was going to be a reflected the minute that he said that this drug works. There was going to be a reflexive reaction. Especially in the media with seizing on every study that suggested it didn't There were a number of studies good studies that were, you know, quick studies. Small studies that did Ah, unmasked very really concerns about what could happen to you if this wasn't done. Under a doctor's supervision. But you heard from Dr Zervos there, a 50% reduction in fatalities and Henry Ford's study that they did and more to come. Has the double blind study on prevented effectiveness comes closer to fruition. And that is something that we will look forward to. But isn't it nice? We've got these research hospitals we've got yesterday. It was the day before that we had the announcement coming out that Beaumont Hospital. The two researchers there had developed a test now that you can get back in 45 minutes. The 15 minute tests that we had earlier on in this pandemic ended up being terribly flawed and was giving an also off a lot of false negatives. This one, much more accurate. And you only got away 45 minutes. That's going to be a game changer. Ah, And now we've got this other research facility and Henry Ford health system coming out with their study on hydroxide cleric when that hopefully will make the FDA reconsider this if it is that effective I'm sure the FDA doesn't want to put all of its eggs in one research basket, given the other eggs that have been thrown in there, But this is by far the largest. This methodology was the most controlled. And and obviously and we had heard that from Dr Tina Chopra, a DMC. They were using it over there they had had Good results there as well. And then, of course, was there was a whole controversy over whether Wittmer and Ah the medical community tried to ban it something that I never understood. Never read her executive order that way. And yet others did and try to politicize it. But interesting, interesting study. What do you think about it? 877 40 for Mitch. 877 44. Mitchell's gonna Wakeman, Ohio and speak with James. How are you, sir? Oh, I'm okay. You know, I I just think this is political. I really do. I think this hydroxide chlorine. Quinn is political. Just like the Archer asked the FBI anything Trump is in favor of or or mentions. They're going to discount the deep state is deep. It really is, And I think I think I think the Europeans use this in the South Koreans use this and they had good results with it. Well, No, they didn't. James they South Korea canceled their hydroxide chlorine because they have people die. They had they had a full study in the field, and they canceled it. So my daughter understand anything, and I'm not disagreeing with you in terms of everything that trump touches turns into a controversy because of the media, and I get that, But what were we supposed to ignore the other studies suggesting that it was unsafe? It's not unsafe. My daughter at Lucas she's been taken for almost A little about eight years now and help her a lot. I know it's a different it's a different thing in covert 19 but this this this drug has been around forever and yeah, but not everybody can take it right. No, no, no. Listen to me, guy. You. Do You ever watch the commercials on TV? Where they tell you a drug that can kill you and give you this stroke and give you this for that mean? Mean mean, when this thing When the side effects are longer than an IRS form. Yes, exactly. So I mean this drug this get a chance to help people and he was only talking about people that were on the very end of this and there was no hope and to try this now, he said. He was taking it for a week and 1/2. I don't know if I believe that or not, but he did say that. You know, so that way you don't You don't think the president would lie about something, Do you? Well, you know what? I know. They call him a liar. But I don't I try. Oh, my God. I trump Trump talks too much. He does talk too much. But what is our alternative is what you're saying, James? No. And you know it, but just to be clear, And I'm happy that your daughter and has had relief from her Lupus with a drug seq Laura Quint. But again, she's under a doctor's care. We want to be very clear here. You've got to do this under a doctor's supervision, like any other drug because there can be heart arrhythmia issues with it. There is a reason that the South Korea study was canceled and we can't ignore those things. But by golly, we've got to sit up and take notice of this Henry Ford's study. If it's a major step forward in therapeutic treatment, that's the important thing. Thanks for your call Teams enjoy your fourth down in Ohio, ready? Also calling in from Ohio and he's got personal experience with this drug as well. Hey, Randy. How you doing? Good, sir. Yes. Yeah, well, you know, it's it's ironic. You know, I to experience the deal with as soon as Trump said it that it was really pretty well broadcast being negative, But, um, you know, I used clerk when? 50 years ago when I When I was I worked in Ah, Ah Church service in Africa, and I think the biggest thing that people have to realize is when they say The drug is supposed to be used under doctor supervision. In the case of the Corona virus. People are already said they've already got the symptoms and they're in a hospital. And you know what? They are sick. They got a temperature, etcetera. Hydroxy Clark alone is not going to help somebody. If they're already sick. It's supposed to be used as a prophylactic like Laura Quinn and like a lot of other anti malaria drugs, and I know personally people that used clerk.

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"zervos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"zervos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And then the police have been go into the ground I could see somebody right now on his neck after being hit by one of those pilots the people going anywhere Donald Trump has fought off a string of tweets against his political opponents blaming left wing groups and advocates for the violence respondents in Los Angeles David Willis says the president is facing criticism for showing a lack of leadership as the death of that at the moment hence those coals from his allies and supporters in fact for president trump to address this a troubled nation a nation that of course so just emerge from the corona virus pandemic can now is seeing shut downs of a different kind what's S. sounding is the spread of these protests in places like Reno Nevada and Charlotte North Carolina places that people here in America I'm not just really familiar with and it just shows the breadth of feeling and depth all desire for some sort of systemic change Moscow is beginning to lift its coronavirus restrictions today shopping centers are opening and people are being given more freedom to leave their homes Russia has now reported more than four hundred thousand cases of curvy nineteen with a record number of deaths in the past week world news from the BBC the number of confirmed correct of ours cases in Brazil has now passed the half a million miles accounting for more than half of all cases in Latin America and the carribean lashes between police and anti government protesters in Brazil's two biggest cities there was a mix of views among marchers in sao Paulo about the handling of the crisis I believe a wall clock it all started when an elderly man dressed in military gear screams pro Bolsonaro slogans right through the middle of a demonstration which is pro democracy against dictatorship he said the police came towards us put up a barricade descended upon us we'll talk to the doctor I'm here to defend freedom the freedom to come and go the political freedom to support right wing politicians against the institutional crew at the supreme federal court the deputies chamber trying to impose on this nation classes are resuming for some primary school children in England of the more than ten weeks is staying at home at least I could drop off times in people's was staying groups of no more than fifteen teachers unions have warned it's too soon seven former British Foreign Secretary Zervos the prime minister Boris Johnson to take the lead in the international response to China's tough new national security laws for Hong Kong in a letter to Mr Johnson the senior former ministers say China's actions are a flagrant breach of the agreements reached between Beijing and London when Britain handed back the territory to China more than twenty years ago police in the polls at least twelve migrant workers returning home from India were killed when their bus crashed into a parked lorry at least eighteen others were injured in the incident in certain a poll thousands of Nepali workers have traveled back from India after losing their jobs in the current of arsenal down BBC news thanks very much you're listening to the news room from the BBC world service with all of the Conway from New York to Los Angeles America has been told by a six night to protest ing and riots following the death in police custody of an African American man George Floyd died last Monday evening after being arrested outside a shop in Minneapolis in the state of Minnesota a white policeman Derek Shevlin has since been charged with his murder wow three other offices with sex bots that hasn't reduced the anger as Barbara Plett usher reports from Minneapolis I can't read.

"zervos" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"zervos" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is unfortunate but I don't think it's gonna get mad about a lot of people do confuse the meaning or the message of Memorial Day versus the message of veterans day or other holidays in which we recognize those that sacrificed for us obviously Memorial Day is the term memorial meaning they gave the ultimate sacrifice their lives in order to Zervos or to promote the lifestyle that we have enjoyed particularly before this virus got to us and it's an interesting fold up correlation between Memorial Day and this virus in that we have all sacrificed during this virus time some of us agree with measures that have been taken some of us I think they are over the top and obviously there are most people that fall somewhere in the middle understand some caution but have a limit to just what they're comfortable with and what they think is prudent and proper and is the best balance let's face it in life you're always looking for balance right you're always looking for balance you're looking to get back the square to put all of the factors that are involved in the decision in a blender and come out with something that is the right percentage of this the right percentage of that that makes the decision a good one that's what we're all trying to do so when you think about Memorial Day and you think about whether you personally would have had the courage to sacrifice your health and the love of your family because they're going to miss you and you know that and you're gonna miss them and taking care of them they're all of them it is very difficult to put yourself in the shoes of those that lost their lives from the seventeen hundreds right up till now and know what we would do for most of us we'd like to think we would do the right thing we'd like to think that we would have the courage we'd like to believe that we run into the burning building in a certain situation where we heard a baby crying but we can't simulate that we can't we can suppose we can guess we can conjure we can speculate but we cannot know and that's why it is very important especially for those that are younger and have an experience that up front with very many loved ones thankfully in this country over the last fifty years you know since Vietnam for the most part with some exceptions obviously and personal exceptions in Afghanistan and Iran and all the other places where battles have been fought we haven't known much of that and this generation has known much of that so it is important on this one day a year the unofficial start of summer for many to try to put ourselves in the shoes of the people that really pay the ultimate price and really do you know give them the do that they deserve we so often talk about it in the sports world because of you know the current floods of the world and this is just a financial deal not your life so it's it's less but the analogy is fair and that is the athletes in the sixties and seventies that pave the way for the salaries of these guys make today you know art were very important to the fact that that they're making the money and living the lifestyle they live today and we had our freedom and our ability to roam freely and make free decisions are indebted to the people they gave us that opportunity at the cost of their lives so Memorial Day is not a day that is in my mind a minor holiday or one in which some references not required reference in fact is required and if you're a parent I think you have an obligation as an American parent to make sure the five minutes today of that busy teenagers life is five minutes of reflection on why he has the ability to sit home and play with the Game Boy or go out tonight for ice cream or run out to the convenience store or whatever else he does or she does which brings us to the pandemic where were all making a sacrifice but obviously it's not close to the sacrifice that Memorial Day represents and so in perspective as unpleasant as these last two months have been and the next two months may be it pales in comparison to the sacrifice we celebrate today we recognize today celebrates not the right word so perspective is generally a good thing and I am not talked about this a lot the last couple days over on the CBS sports radio side I am interested in how we come out of this and what silver linings we find and and I'm anxious for you to share some of the silver linings that you expect to take out of this whether as a teacher a parent or an individual reflecting on their own life when we talk about sports and its role in it and our overall fabric of our lives we talk about how much were into it and how much we care and how many times I've said over the years that if you really are wrapped up in the score of tonight's game does your life must be pretty damn good that there must not be anything overly pressing in it you all have that relative in a assisted living facility that you can't visit or nursing home or a hospital who may be on their death bed and you may not be able to see before the good lord takes them so you know that's real sports is not sports is a way we pass time it's it's entertainment its competition we get passionate about it it's important in the scheme of our lives but it pales in comparison to relationships or being able to hug each other or being on the high five each other or being able to celebrate with each other and of course being able to plan which is one of the great losses you know talk about this the other night but anticipation is a tremendous tremendously valuable intangible being able to anticipate that upcoming vacation your son's graduation your daughter's wedding your grandson's first birthday I don't care what it is being able to anticipate seeing your loved ones and celebrating with them and spending time with them and being able to know you can get on the plane this day and I mean the loss of that is huge for people and it makes taking sports very difficult for me to take sports overly seriously now or to get into a mindset where I'm thinking I wonder how the twenty fourteen HL playoff will work they're all valid deals and they're all going to become real you know one way or the other all of the sports will start again at some point but there will be a long gap between the day they tell us they're starting and the day they actually start from a competitive standpoint that's enough time for me I don't need to speculate now about the NBA playing at Disney I understand that all the leagues have an obligation to be ready to go when they get clearance and to try to tell their fans that they are anxious to get back as much as you are anxious to watch them but we are in an unknown here nothing is become more clear than that the opinions are all over the place people think other people are crazy on both sides we've lost the ability to respect differing opinions from reasonable people which we have all the time sure we have on reasonable people but we have to me ninety percent reasonable people who just flat out disagree they flat out disagree it's okay to not be end of the world it's not some cataclysmic event that's never happened before do you think when the civil war was going on that reasonable people can disagree left and right the racial divide whether blacks could vote whether they could ride in the front of the bus whether women could vote you don't thank all those people sure it seems not fine in twenty twenty rear view vision those are idiots how could you not let women vote those are idiots how could you be prejudice against blacks or Asians or any other minority for religious or skin color reasons most people most of the Neanderthals they were living at the time they were making decisions in real time slave owners and slaves it all seems clear now maybe this will all seem clear in twenty fifty but we're not doing a great job of looking at the other person's perspective and you still have the freedom to stay home a lot of the doubts about the economy are we can open everything but who's coming if three members of a family or for members of the family want to go but mom says no you're not guess what you're not if a player's wife or a player's mother and I'm not although experience tells me that the women to crack the whip and they're pretty strong they make a lot of decisions in this world I'll admit to that bias that's not my point really my point is if you have loved ones they're gonna have an opinion to and they're going to try to protect you and they're going to try to protect their own family and you're gonna make a lot of joint decisions that are not individual decisions so we got a long long way to go I'm not ready to speculate on when sports will start or wonder whether this formatter that format will work and should they do this and how do they how do they fit in next season and you know they have a template here America they have plans there and they're moving forward with phase two phase three you want to get into that I don't blame you in fact I applaud your optimism and tip my cap to your ability to to block out the noise and look at your life as it was and as you hope it will be and just try to stay positive and look at scenarios if that floats your boat makes the time go by faster you are different than I am but that doesn't make you wrong and I think it's real important now Dano moral day but every day to be able to say that out loud you don't look at it like I do but it doesn't mean you're wrong we offer a strong opinion which talk show hosts are generally asked to do whether it's politics sports or anywhere else it doesn't mean we're intolerant of the other side doesn't mean that we don't have our eyes open it doesn't mean that we haven't considered the other side and still come to the conclusion that we've come to why it appears in twenty twenty that so many of us have blinders on.

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"zervos" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"zervos" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You get a credential you enjoy everybody gets a credential I I didn't think we had a chance in hell do we get to sit where we want that would be funny if they let the media but this still piled them all into one while the mall in the one room for one section thank you invited us here so you could tell us didn't deal that's what you're doing that's why we made the last come on over media member right this way right this way into the sauna room mad because you're excited to know that that we made that last us credentialed media members so no fans I'm and everything else we said there I figured what we just said you can't even play the game without anybody else on that last we have the players with the coaches yeah the trainers and medical people yeah the officials that operational administrative staff so like you know the PA announcer and the guy running the the scoreboard everyone there has got to be there or you functionally can't play the game but then somehow we got landed we did although I kinda get it does like if there are no fans here and there's no media members it's kind of a tree falling in the forest of nobody's wrong does it make a sound does this game happen if if nobody can tell the public what happened while I was there and not every game I mean most games but not every game is on TV especially when you factor in the availability of certain networks right I mean like a pac twelve network is not available on every single distribution of form so I mean you know you get to a point where if you do not the credentialed media there's like that's great that you guys played but I mean we can't even read about it the next day this is really a throwback field if your credential yeah if you can are you allowed to clap because I know I was in the press box the first time in great question I was a question of what they said okay so credentialed media members not only are you allowed him but in order to create some sort of noise in here we invite you to break all the rules who cares about the roles no one's here to see it at your face change your face and scream how great would that be Zervos Ella let me tell all my gosh of the revolvers I was at UCLA hoops games appalled very in this would be fantastic I've had a few moments in my life for this really got in the way by the way the first time it ever happened I think was the first time I ever was a credentialed media members somewhere and the reason it it happens because I I wasn't actually a credentialed media member I had a buddy who went to Syracuse and work for the radio station out there and he he got me a credential so that we could go to March madness games for free this was meant like I was eighteen years old I go to Syracuse we get to see a North Carolina loop all game and like every kid who loves college basketball the time you root against Duke in North Carolina that was the rule that was the role there but really good every year we root against them and sovereign for Lowville first time I made a free alike yeah and I mean the odds charts that got thrown at me by the rest of the media I was like well duh duit well why did everybody just looked at me like that my family don't respect that don't do that don't do that anymore yeah don't don't do that go up the other time I found it to be really difficult I can't place the year Jim Tracy's the Dodgers manager I'm I'm pretty fresh in terms of starting my career in Los Angeles and the giants and Dodgers are chasing down the stretch IBM call it something like nine days to go in the season and they're tight and there's a three game series at Dodger Stadium and I could not sit still inside the Dodger Stadium press box I was freaking out on every page and have somebody if the giants scored I literally like under the table how to like grab the table bars and squeeze just so that I wasn't like the funny thing was is that night the diet the giants won the game that night I go downstairs I was the first wanted to Jim's choices office for the postgame interview actually no let me correct that was ninety two the giants won two out of three in the series there one night one and then one night three night to Dodgers when I go downstairs and get in the gym traces office on the first one in there and he looks at me with this look like shakes his head and smiles like for fuel we don't know that one didn't we mark and I'm just sitting here gone I'm dying for you to lose I'm dying for you to lose gem I should just put the Mike in his face and said that I want you to lose really bad your thoughts king giants I'm at a fantastic price making the giants any Bagley joins us in just a second let's get.

Trump wants E. Jean Carroll's lawsuit delayed as he appeals 'Apprentice' contestant's defamation case

Radio From Hell

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Trump wants E. Jean Carroll's lawsuit delayed as he appeals 'Apprentice' contestant's defamation case

"President Donald trump's lawyers want to put the brakes on a lawsuit filed by an advice columnist who is accused the trump tower the trump of raping her in the nineties and it's seeking his DNA as possible evidence prompt attorneys argued in legal papers this week that the gene Carol's defamation suit and extensive and burdensome information gathering request should be delayed until new York's highest court rules on whether another woman can proceed with a similar case against the press this is your guy likely guard Caroline well he's not been convicted of any of this Gina nobody has paid for a porn star your honor the Carol in the other well if woman former apprentice contestants summer Zervos claim the trump Bish March them by calling them liars after they separately accused him of sexual assault in Zervos case from slayers of argue that an incumbent president can't be sued in state court and they're asking the state High Court to decide that threshold issue should be decided before Carol's case goes any further said one of trump's

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'Apprentice' contestant's lawsuit against Trump goes to top New York court

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

'Apprentice' contestant's lawsuit against Trump goes to top New York court

"News a woman's lawsuit against president trump now on hold until new York's highest court weighs in an appellate court here in New York agreed to put on hold a defamation lawsuit against president trump filed by summer's here boasts a former contestant on the apprentice the ruling allowed the president to appeal to the state's highest court which will now consider whether to take the case the president has argued he is immune from any state judicial proceeding while in office an argument twice rejected in lower courts her lawsuit claims president trump to fame Zervos when he called her a liar after she came forward with sexual assault allegations during the twenty sixteen campaign Erin conter ski ABC

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"zervos" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"zervos" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Trump speaking to the nation in the last hour after Iran's missile attack on US and coalition bases in Iraq the American people should be extremely grateful and happy no Americans were harmed in last night's attack that missile attack in response to the U. S. killing of general Qasem Soleimani A. B. C.'s Martha Raddatz is in Tehran and says Iran claims it doesn't want to escalate the conflict into a full on war there were no American casualties fortunately no casualties at all and the Iranians are saying if the US doesn't respond strongly they won't take further military action it's still unclear if the crash of a passenger jet in a run early this morning is in any way related to the heightened tension in the region the Ukrainian seven thirty seven eight hundred crashed shortly after take off Iran says it was a mechanical failure this is ABC news a new delay in a lawsuit brought against the president's ABC's Erin to Turkey explains an appellate court here in New York agreed to put on hold a defamation lawsuit against president trump filed by summer's their votes of former contestant on the apprentice the ruling allowed the president to appeal to the state's highest court which will now consider whether to take the case the president has argued he is immune from any state judicial proceeding wall in office and argument twice rejected in lower courts the lawsuit claims president trump defame Zervos when he called her a liar after she came forward with sexual assault allegations during the twenty sixteen campaign new warnings this morning about brags it ahead of a meeting with British prime minister Boris Johnson the European Commission president said without major compromises Britain will not in her words get the highest quality access to European markets Great Britain is on track to leave the E. you at the end of the month they hope to have a new deal in place by the end of the year Ryan burl ABC news the following is a paid advertisement over the last decade states of lead the way toward a clean energy future passing laws to reduce air pollution and fight climate change but just before the holidays the federal government issued new rules for the nation's largest electricity market that have environmentalists consumer advocates and clean energy supporters up in arms the new federal rules will push cheaper for as the renewable and other carbon free sources of energy out of the market in favor of fossil fuels like coal and natural gas critics say that these new federal regulations will for sixty five million consumers to pay more money on their electricity bills for dirty or sources of power while rolling back states efforts to combat climate change by purchase sappy president of the center for climate and energy solutions says that polluting sources are not having to pay the price for the damage there causing to society this new rule is detrimental to new sources of renewable energy as well as existing clean power work forces like nuclear starting early next year states will need to address the new rule by passing laws to continue their clean energy progress K. R. F. X. eighty two Denver.

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Trump Facing Deposition Deadline in Zervos Suit

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Trump Facing Deposition Deadline in Zervos Suit

"Now I'm the president's legal woes that are not the impeachment investigation or the ongoing lawsuit over his tax returns Donald Trump is facing a court order deadline end of December six to be deposed in the ongoing summer zerfoss lawsuit former apprentice contestant some reserves is one of more than a dozen women who came forward in the two thousand sixteen presidential election with allegations of sexual assault against Donald Trump here is how some reserves described the alleged sexual assault that occurred a hotel room in two thousand seven I stood up and he came to me and started kissing me open-mouthed as he was pulling me towards him he put embrace embrace and tried to push him away I pushed his chest put space between us and I said come on man get real he repeated my words me get real as he began thrusting his genitals observer is suing Donald Trump for defamation after the president called her a liar and insisted the sexual assault allegations were untrue. President Trump's lawyers have spent months trying to block services suit arguing that the president is immune from civil suits in st he courts but yesterday the judge in this case ordered that president trump must provide the court with four potential dates for deposition although his legal team is expected to appeal

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