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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

06:40 min | 4 months ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Between The Lines

"Do what i did said the system stood up but i think it's a stop warning on iran between the lines with tom. Switzerland my guest is zoe daniel. She's a former abc washington correspondent and she's co author of greetings from trump land. How an unprecedented presidency changed everything now as you say. The situation in america had some parallels to australia. And you make the point about sexual political division elements of the community feeling forgotten. But surely australia doesn't have the same kind of problems that afflict america john howard was recently on this program and this is how the former prime minister distinguishes australia from the us and indeed great britain which experienced its own trump moment with brexit. Clash is not an issue in strategy. The extended studios in britain and in the audience states. The gulf between rich and poor is much greater than it is to griping about is trying to saudis that he's essentially still predominantly middle class. The saudi and. That's something we have to hang onto fideal because it's a very precious asset. It keeps us together. In cases cohesive s john howard on this program a few weeks ago on why australia's proportionally big middle-class ensures i- cohesive society unlike america's zoe daniel. I think there's a couple of things about that. A non broadly agree with the former prime minister. And i think another point to make is that we have protection to a degree from the westminster system. Because we're not. Electing a president at political system is is safer in a sense because it's not at risk of sort of cult of personality so with donald trump. But one thing that i would say that america is far more partisan than australia and that's fans particularly by the incredibly pattison. Us media that is a slippery slide that we currently going down. And i think one thing that mr halid doesn't consider in in that statement is the power of social media to divide people and indeed the power of the media generally fan division and to amplify dissatisfaction that although australia we have a wonderful quality of life in general you have a situation where people sitting out in a rural area feeling locked. I had disenfranchised filling. They politicians. Don't care about them. Not speaking about them all to them. And then i go down that tunnel of consuming media that is fanning that division. They it social media media That creates a situation why people get very angry and unfortunately what that in turn creates. Is that people stop talking to each other and i think one thing that's happened in the us that is created the situation that it is that people don't talk to people who have opposing points of view anymore. It's difficult to sit down and have a raisin conversation with someone who doesn't have the same political view as you and i think in australia at going down the same path and i think it's a pot night to to block. There's no question that the political polarization across the western world that you address that certainly become more toxic in recent times that said doesn't our nation's compulsory form voting and indeed the parliamentary style. Democracy doesn't all that got us against the of extremes on both the right and the left. I think the westminster system does afford us some protection. But you still have a straighten politicians on both sides and even independent so those in the minor parties adopting elements of trumpism mobilizing populism to achieve power. That's really what it's about. So we sort of pulls considering serious policy in how that will affect people and everything becomes about how politicians get reelected and again that fans that anger among the general population around whether they're actually cared about and the whole fragmenting information and truth and information manipulation by a latest again is something that has to be very closely scrutinized by members of the public to ensure that we are actually getting real information from those who who laid us In order that we can go forward as a society rather than just get them back into government okay fondly back to trump he seeks to dominate the republican party from exalt. Now you conclude in your book quote. Trump has shown he won't easily give up the limelight and he left as he began planting seeds of doubt impossibility says. Oh we given your successful record on trump in two thousand sixteen. What are the chances of twenty twenty four comeback. Well i didn't know what do you think i mean. He's not he's not a guy who's going to go away quietly He's bain shut down because he's lost his power on social media. But i think even the way you say. The republican party behaving towards him is a sign of the potential of donald trump comeback. In twenty twenty four the republicans well and truly keeping their options open in regard to trumped. Because they need to keep that. Seventy four plus million cohort in the tent. The problem they have. Is that what what then happens to the moderates that at the end of the day that will want to win the twenty twenty full presidential election and if donald trump thinks he can win us he may well be there because part of his modus operandi as a personality is to achieve endorsement and to be valid ices and if he can be validated by the popularity that will come with that and they re elected and if he thinks he can do it then he may will put his hand up zoey. Thanks so much for being on radio national pleasure. Thanks tom zoe. Daniel format abc. Washington correspondent is co author of greetings from trump land. How.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

08:43 min | 4 months ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Between The Lines

"Well in case you missed the news. he's back. We began together for years ago and it is far from being over. I even decide to beat them for third time. Okay that was former president. Donald trump in front of adoring fans at cpac. That's the conservative political action conference just a few weeks ago now trump still resonates with the american civil even though he lost the presidential election by seven million votes as well as five states he carried in two thousand sixteen georgia now under trump remember the republicans lost the white house and both the house and the senate as a result democrats plan to jettison the trump legacy taxes energy deregulation and so on still trump did win the white house contrary to make conventional wisdom and he didn't make a mock on america an unprecedented presidency. That's how a new book calls the trump era greetings from trump land. How unprecedented presidency changed everything. It's written by zoe. Daniel with supervising producer roscoe wulan. Now as many of you are away. Zoe was the abc news. Us bureau chief in washington dc. During much of the trump era. Hot is thank you so much for having me. Tom was a. You moved to america in late. Twenty fifteen justice trump was leading in the republican party. Primary polls now highly. Anyone thought he win the nomination. Much list fate hillary clinton. You took trump more seriously than the washington beltway. So how do you account for. Trump's success in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen when i was appointed to the position of. Us bureau chief. Donald trump had just descended the golden escalator. He was seen as a bit of a joke candidate. Hillary clinton was very much saying as the automatic successor to barack obama. But it was very soon after. I arrived in washington when i started covering the primaries and caucuses outside the beltway that i realized that donald trump had a huge following. You know we were attending hillary clinton's events in high school basketball gyms for example. In a couple of hundred people would would tend to shake your hand and listen to what she had decide. But hillary clinton although one on one. She's very personable listening to her. Give speeches akin to what powerpoint presentation she doesn't really connect with the audience and this is just the polar opposite to donald trump. Who at that time was attracting thousands of people who would queue around the block possibly in rain or snow to attend events that held in huge basketball stadiums us. So you'd end up with ten fifteen twenty plus thousand paypal roaring usa usa trump trump trump and this patent continued throughout twenty sixteen as i was criss crossing america covering the election and there were times when i kind of thought i was misreading. It i guess. Because i would come back to the office having been out in the cold five is tight since i to roscoe my colza shortly. He's going to win this up at the polls were all still pointing to hillary at that time and i think you know under selection now say as a bit of a perfect storm in the sense that people were very much looking for an anti establishment candidate sent ending donald trump. I found the absolute anti politician and he was up against hillary clinton who of course represents the washington establishment in the minds of many is absolutely disliked by many americans and the two of them together. I think created a situation Donald trump to really stand out. Yes there was more wrong with america in two thousand sixteen than hillary clinton wasn't there and unlike most washington journalists zoe. You caught the foul mood of middle america so too by the way i did michael moore now. This is what the left wing american documentary. Mike at predicted a few months before the two thousand sixteen election here in ohio. You know what. I'm talking about whether trump means it or not is kind of irrelevant. Because he's saying the things to people who are hurting that's why every beaten down nameless forgotten working stiff who used to be part of with all the middle class loves trump. He is the human molotov-cocktail they've been waiting for the human hand. Grenade they can legally throw into the system stolen lives from. That was michael moore. There as daniel is a fair to say that america's crosses of confidence that preceded trump. That'll outlasting absolutely and i think it runs very date in in a way it's a cultural shift more than a political one. You're talking about people who have experienced date loss of so. They're very disappointed in the politicians end. They were a generation of americans helps the first in many generations. Who see that children's lives being worse than their on united struggle to afford health insurance. They struggle to put the children through if that's what they children desire the factories of closed end. There's been technological change. Obviously that's affected that has been world tried the shift of jobs overseas. They kind of looking for someone to blame in a way and trump was able to tap into that fia that sense of frustration with the loss of prosperity and to promise that he could bring that back. Those issues that they facing that that they have doesn't just disappear that doesn't evaporate can one still believe. Trump didn't really threaten democracy. He was impeached twice. The courts blocked he's executive immigration orders. He was subjected to more intense media criticism than any modern day president and even congress zoe dominated by trump's own party. Congress rejected trump's keynote legislation to repeal. Barack obama healthcare policy site. Zoe did trump really threatened democracy. Well i think it's an erosion tone. I think it's a question of what do we expect from a latest. How do we expect them to behave. Do we model behavior on them. And therefore what did. Donald trump enable he enabled find the for example. I think that's clear the way that he spoke about mexicans That he spoke about building a wall and as you suggest his early bands on people from muslim majority countries entering the united states as he said that was overturned but donald trump found other ways. You know he ended up stacking the colts very heavily with republicans quite legitimately but he also legitimately reduced the number of refugees by legal channels to record lows so although the courts would allow those bands to stand. He found otherwise around it. But i think in terms of the erosion of democracy. You're absolutely right in that. The system stood up. I mean even on the sixth of january after the storming of the capital in the end donald trump having resisted leaving office did go so that's a victory for democracy but i think what you have to reflect on his that healthy we get to what happened on january six that was to do with donald trump eroding trust in system and in the election itself funding the voting process throughout twenty twenty to the point. That those who backed him did feel that the election had been stolen so therefore they stormed the capital to protect the man who they thought was legitimate president. Now that was stopped in its tracks but something to reflect on his just how fragile democracy is if as soon as you start pushing on authority in the why that is pretend It fell over and they were able to get into the capitol building in.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Between The Lines

"The lines. This is tom switzer. And thanks for tuning in. They'll coming up lighter. Trump land something to reflect on his just. How fragile democracy is if as soon as you start pushing on authority in the way that is did it fell over and that we're able to get into the capitol building in do what they did said. The system stood up. But i think it's a stop. Stay tuned for zoe. Daniel on trump land but first bentley dish. Now this marks the fiftieth anniversary of the independence of bangladesh. The victory of bangladeshi forces over the occupying army of pakistan on twenty-sixth much nineteen seventy one. The independence of bangladesh was declared by the father of the nation. Bangabandhu sheikh mujibur him on now soon after independence henry kissinger he was us. President richard nixon's national security advisor kissinger called bangladesh. A basket case and the people of this south asian nation of about one hundred and sixty three million. Well i spent the better part of the next five decades refuting that label the look bangladesh. Today is booming achieved an average of five point. Five percent growth for more than a decade life expectancy also risen sharply from about forty five. Can you believe this. Forty five and nine hundred sixty to seventy two today and according to the un this month no longer should bangladesh be classified as a least developed country. It's extraordinary so for more on the remarkable bangladesh story. Let's turn to v. Made is a psychiatrist or the and columnist at the australian financial review. Get i v. Welcome to between the lines with you. Tom titus back half a century to the horrible bloodshed between bangladesh and pakistan to set the same. Tom indian partition split into india pakistan. The pakistan had two bits west and aced essentially split by the huge landmass of india now while they had the religion of islam in in common western as pakistan varied a lot culturally and linguistically so over the next thirty odd years. Those are growing resentment on the west. Pakistani strangled is also money arms. And then in the sixties they try to overturn the language. Bengali on bengali. Is the seventh most spoken language in the world so there's an east bengal in india as well so this huge sort of cultural history ran bengali. Then those an election in nineteen seventy where as pakistan had. More people is more populous. And then later shaked robin. He won the election but the later in the west. General ya ya con refused. Accept the result. I wouldn't take it so amidst tension. The pakistanis attacked and soon after the later moved baramulla was arrested and hey declared independence while imprisoned. Look a strategy was right in the thick of this right from the beginning there's an abc. Journalists south asia was sending at reports. A lot of the foreign reporters were taken by the pakistani though flown to karachi all the cameras documents stripped and then sent to new delhi and likewise the strategy diplomats based in teke so what happened in the chewing on months was real bloodshed and some historians would call it one of the lace reported. Genocides of the of the twenty century said your port varying from three hundred thousand to three million deaths mass killing those reports of mess. Ripe a huge refugee crisis that building on the indian border it did provide global outrage and some of alice's my remember the former beatle george harrison. It was leading the concert for bangladesh at.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"Venezuela is a country in freefall as economic mismanagement an international sanctions. Combine to create desperately difficult times for its citizens as global debate centers, on who's to blame successive, socialist governments or countries like the US, who are putting the squeeze on the government of nNcholas Maduro, people are struggling for basics like food and medicine. US correspondent Zoe Daniel has recently returned from Venezuela as gentlest Venezuela is not an easy country to work in media vases, difficult to get and even with them in hand report is closely monitored by the authorities and government backed armed groups called collective owes rooms need to be checked for bugs sensitive interviews must be discussed in hushed tons movements should not be telegraphed and should never happen after dark time spent in each location needs to be limited violent crime is also close to the w-. I in the world and much of the story that needs to be told is in the slums, or barrios, where poverty hunger and disparition exacerbates that risk. There are also the gangs who trade in drugs, and ruled the roost in recent months, escalating political tensions have added the risk of protest rallies, turning violent clashes between opposition activists and government troops and proxies, all of this means that the stories of ordinary Venezuelans are infrequently told but when you give them the chance this sentiments a clear. Something by women and men young and old have to realize the critical situation, the country, is going through these days, hunger, misery, repression and unemployment. We spent a week in the slums of Caracas and surrounds talking to people about life and politics. Well, I. Research says that nine out of ten people in Venezuela, count afford enough food, because of hyperinflation, which is rented the local currency almost valueless government food parcels that handed out monthly a dwindling. Sometimes now, they come only every second or third month, and they're often missing case applies like milk. There's widespread frustration and people are starting to voice it. Even with the risk of recriminations, Ropeway sediment Settimio, nothing seems to improve it all gets worse. So I think they should be change to give the opportunity for someone else to rule the situation has created a window of opportunity for opposition later. One guy who was backed by the US, and ustralia among dozens of other countries when he declared himself president after twenty eighteen elections that are widely condemned as flawed, although you get the sense that it's a case of right place. Right. Time rather than one guy DOE, having specifically captured the public imagination ROY Innis weather. It's not just a problem for Venezuela, what the international community has done so far is very important. The recognition of our constitution and of me as interim president Australia did that to what's important. Now is to keep the pressure up the dictatorship won't voluntarily leave. And fortunately them enduro government wouldn't respond to the concerns raised by those who can't get enough food or medicine at a time when political division globally runs deep Venezuela's, plied attracts, at a response almost all of the Venezuelans that I've encountered blame the economic collapse, on mismanagement by successive governments who've nationalized, assets, subsidized goods and services failed to manage the country's oil revenues and allowed endemic, cronyism and corruption. They don't always mention soc. Realism specifically many still harked back formerly to the days of logistics, under, former president Hugo Chavez. But for many observers Venezuela's become a symbol of the broader failure of the socialist model, that's gained particular traction as lift and right retreat to their corners, the world over. However, defenders of socialism, attack outside nations for interfering in Venezuela, particularly the United States, which is imposed harsh sanctions and an embargo on oil Russia, China and Cuba continue to back the Madero administration. And that's a K driver of US involvement. The big picture issues, but for ordinary Venezuelans who've seen they country go from the richest in Latin America to a basket case they just want something to change, so they can feed their families, but from Caracas that's North American correspondent, Zoe Daniel.

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Venezuela in crisis

Correspondents Report

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Venezuela in crisis

"Venezuela is a country in freefall as economic mismanagement an international sanctions. Combine to create desperately difficult times for its citizens as global debate centers, on who's to blame successive, socialist governments or countries like the US, who are putting the squeeze on the government of nNcholas Maduro, people are struggling for basics like food and medicine. US correspondent Zoe Daniel has recently returned from Venezuela as gentlest Venezuela is not an easy country to work in media vases, difficult to get and even with them in hand report is closely monitored by the authorities and government backed armed groups called collective owes rooms need to be checked for bugs sensitive interviews must be discussed in hushed tons movements should not be telegraphed and should never happen after dark time spent in each location needs to be limited violent crime is also close to the w-. I in the world and much of the story that needs to be told is in the slums, or barrios, where poverty hunger and disparition exacerbates that risk. There are also the gangs who trade in drugs, and ruled the roost in recent months, escalating political tensions have added the risk of protest rallies, turning violent clashes between opposition activists and government troops and proxies, all of this means that the stories of ordinary Venezuelans are infrequently told but when you give them the chance this sentiments a clear. Something by women and men young and old have to realize the critical situation, the country, is going through these days, hunger, misery, repression and unemployment. We spent a week in the slums of Caracas and surrounds talking to people about life and politics. Well, I. Research says that nine out of ten people in Venezuela, count afford enough food, because of hyperinflation, which is rented the local currency almost valueless government food parcels that handed out monthly a dwindling. Sometimes now, they come only every second or third month, and they're often missing case applies like milk. There's widespread frustration and people are starting to voice it. Even with the risk of recriminations, Ropeway sediment Settimio, nothing seems to improve it all gets worse. So I think they should be change to give the opportunity for someone else to rule the situation has created a window of opportunity for opposition later. One guy who was backed by the US, and ustralia among dozens of other countries when he declared himself president after twenty eighteen elections that are widely condemned as flawed, although you get the sense that it's a case of right place. Right. Time rather than one guy DOE, having specifically captured the public imagination ROY Innis weather. It's not just a problem for Venezuela, what the international community has done so far is very important. The recognition of our constitution and of me as interim president Australia did that to what's important. Now is to keep the pressure up the dictatorship won't voluntarily leave. And fortunately them enduro government wouldn't respond to the concerns raised by those who can't get enough food or medicine at a time when political division globally runs deep Venezuela's, plied attracts, at a response almost all of the Venezuelans that I've encountered blame the economic collapse, on mismanagement by successive governments who've nationalized, assets, subsidized goods and services failed to manage the country's oil revenues and allowed endemic, cronyism and corruption. They don't always mention soc. Realism specifically many still harked back formerly to the days of logistics, under, former president Hugo Chavez. But for many observers Venezuela's become a symbol of the broader failure of the socialist model, that's gained particular traction as lift and right retreat to their corners, the world over. However, defenders of socialism, attack outside nations for interfering in Venezuela, particularly the United States, which is imposed harsh sanctions and an embargo on oil Russia, China and Cuba continue to back the Madero administration. And that's a K driver of US involvement. The big picture issues, but for ordinary Venezuelans who've seen they country go from the richest in Latin America to a basket case they just want something to change, so they can feed their families, but from Caracas that's North American correspondent, Zoe Daniel.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"In the United States have video of a schoolgirl training adults on how to respond to a mass shooting as become an unexpected hit, racking up fifty million views the video was put together by two young straits who moved to New York a couple of years ago they were shocked at the normalization of school shootings. So they decided to weigh into the debate and Northop our North American correspondent Zoe Daniel has the story. Welcome to foods to Melinda today. We're going to be learning what to do in the event of an active shooter. It's a quantum after nine somewhere in America and a group of unsuspecting employee's again for a training session, we're going to bring in a special gosh. She's actually an expert on this. And she is going to be leading our team building events. Oh. A gasps from the group reflect this shock when eleven-year-old Caliente is the room to lead the listen. There is an active share you'd all be dead. When you talk out the shoe can tell where you are, and where you're hiding. Sometimes we play the game who can stay quiet is the longest. So we all, remember, you could hear a pin drop as Kylie drools the staff on what to do. If a gunman enters the workplace, you're going to try and protect her friends by pushing the tables and chairs against the doors. You also have to put a piece of paper over the door window, so they can't see in you can't cry the ad was my pro Bono. As part of the student-led much for our lives campaign that began after the deadly Han school shooting in parkland Florida last year. It was released exclusively on social media a couple of weeks ago so far. It's head about fifty million views and rising home Causton. I'm Alex and where the creators of the campaign generation looked down cost in Yorkshire and Alex little moved to New York for millburn about eighteen months. Ago to work at the McCann at agencies. They were immediately shocked by the normalization of gun violence school, shootings and the active shooter drills that children experience at school. We came across a tweet from a mum somewhere in America. And she was describing the moment kid came home from school, and this kid was excited because today he'd land had a survive an active shooter, forty two states mandate safety drills in schools. Research shows that millions of students participating lockdown drills h year, it was a drill at their own office that triggered the idea for the Ed. We're actually at work, and we had our own fire drill taking through the steps involved in a fire, and obviously an active shooter as well. We kind of said to ourselves what if a kid was running this thing, pulling the ad together? Wasn't easy somewhat places. Feared retribution from the pro gun lobby it took a year to make it happen. I think we had about four. Forty fifty knows before we gotta, yes. From a workplace. And then once we got that we needed to find L student, and she did a very quick kind of addition in the middle of a supermarket in the middle of an I'll send it to us. And we knew straight away, how special she was because although there was no set up there's no hidden cameras. The words she was saying with song credibly, powerful. Yes. Stand on the twin. See encouraged down. So they can't see your feet and they can't see your head. So they don't know that you're in the Eto trainees would warned so this shock and surprise was captured in the video, which was coincidentally released about the time that to mass shootings took place one on a university campus in North Carolina. The other at a school in Colorado gunfire erupted just before two pm Tuesday. Information on shooting officers responded, within minutes, both still students killed as they tried to protect the classmates this young boy told CNN how he sheltered in a cupboard with a baseball bat while the shooter was outside. I had my hand on the metal baseball bat. Just in case. I was going to go down fighting if I was going to go down. You were going to go down fighting with a baseball bat Nate. And again, how old are you? I'm twelve and I'm twelve. Twelve the timing may have helped video to go viral. There wasn't a lot of kind of gift wrapping packaging around this, this commercial, if you'd even call it that it's what kids in America at school. And it's putting it in an interesting environment, which is an adult situation. I listen for things that can help the police for temple. If you hear a lot of banks, like bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang? The shooter might be down the hall or if you louder ones like. He could be right outside your door. If the shooter comes in the room screaming won't do anything you have to try and fight back. Interesting. When you come into the country, you see everything for the first time with fresh us, so things other people take for granted and consider normal. You're quite shocked by and his lots of areas and culture without occurs. But this was one way cost tonight had to kind of pull up and Sakon. What and we were asking colleagues, you like is this really what you learn? And we're talking to principals and teachers and kids in the more found out about this thing, the more minds would blow on about the insanity of it. That children go to school and lend about that time, stables and maths at the same time had a survive guy with a gun. I had a teacher used to sing a song to make it easy to remember. Log down DEM lead, Saul hide. Look, though, doors in stay inside crowd, John down. Don't make assailed and don't cry. Or you'll be found at the end of the session the adults stood speechless, and Kylie also stood silent before answering the questions. What a report Zoe Daniel in New York.

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Generation lockdown

Correspondents Report

06:35 min | 2 years ago

Generation lockdown

"In the United States have video of a schoolgirl training adults on how to respond to a mass shooting as become an unexpected hit, racking up fifty million views the video was put together by two young straits who moved to New York a couple of years ago they were shocked at the normalization of school shootings. So they decided to weigh into the debate and Northop our North American correspondent Zoe Daniel has the story. Welcome to foods to Melinda today. We're going to be learning what to do in the event of an active shooter. It's a quantum after nine somewhere in America and a group of unsuspecting employee's again for a training session, we're going to bring in a special gosh. She's actually an expert on this. And she is going to be leading our team building events. Oh. A gasps from the group reflect this shock when eleven-year-old Caliente is the room to lead the listen. There is an active share you'd all be dead. When you talk out the shoe can tell where you are, and where you're hiding. Sometimes we play the game who can stay quiet is the longest. So we all, remember, you could hear a pin drop as Kylie drools the staff on what to do. If a gunman enters the workplace, you're going to try and protect her friends by pushing the tables and chairs against the doors. You also have to put a piece of paper over the door window, so they can't see in you can't cry the ad was my pro Bono. As part of the student-led much for our lives campaign that began after the deadly Han school shooting in parkland Florida last year. It was released exclusively on social media a couple of weeks ago so far. It's head about fifty million views and rising home Causton. I'm Alex and where the creators of the campaign generation looked down cost in Yorkshire and Alex little moved to New York for millburn about eighteen months. Ago to work at the McCann at agencies. They were immediately shocked by the normalization of gun violence school, shootings and the active shooter drills that children experience at school. We came across a tweet from a mum somewhere in America. And she was describing the moment kid came home from school, and this kid was excited because today he'd land had a survive an active shooter, forty two states mandate safety drills in schools. Research shows that millions of students participating lockdown drills h year, it was a drill at their own office that triggered the idea for the Ed. We're actually at work, and we had our own fire drill taking through the steps involved in a fire, and obviously an active shooter as well. We kind of said to ourselves what if a kid was running this thing, pulling the ad together? Wasn't easy somewhat places. Feared retribution from the pro gun lobby it took a year to make it happen. I think we had about four. Forty fifty knows before we gotta, yes. From a workplace. And then once we got that we needed to find L student, and she did a very quick kind of addition in the middle of a supermarket in the middle of an I'll send it to us. And we knew straight away, how special she was because although there was no set up there's no hidden cameras. The words she was saying with song credibly, powerful. Yes. Stand on the twin. See encouraged down. So they can't see your feet and they can't see your head. So they don't know that you're in the Eto trainees would warned so this shock and surprise was captured in the video, which was coincidentally released about the time that to mass shootings took place one on a university campus in North Carolina. The other at a school in Colorado gunfire erupted just before two pm Tuesday. Information on shooting officers responded, within minutes, both still students killed as they tried to protect the classmates this young boy told CNN how he sheltered in a cupboard with a baseball bat while the shooter was outside. I had my hand on the metal baseball bat. Just in case. I was going to go down fighting if I was going to go down. You were going to go down fighting with a baseball bat Nate. And again, how old are you? I'm twelve and I'm twelve. Twelve the timing may have helped video to go viral. There wasn't a lot of kind of gift wrapping packaging around this, this commercial, if you'd even call it that it's what kids in America at school. And it's putting it in an interesting environment, which is an adult situation. I listen for things that can help the police for temple. If you hear a lot of banks, like bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang? The shooter might be down the hall or if you louder ones like. He could be right outside your door. If the shooter comes in the room screaming won't do anything you have to try and fight back. Interesting. When you come into the country, you see everything for the first time with fresh us, so things other people take for granted and consider normal. You're quite shocked by and his lots of areas and culture without occurs. But this was one way cost tonight had to kind of pull up and Sakon. What and we were asking colleagues, you like is this really what you learn? And we're talking to principals and teachers and kids in the more found out about this thing, the more minds would blow on about the insanity of it. That children go to school and lend about that time, stables and maths at the same time had a survive guy with a gun. I had a teacher used to sing a song to make it easy to remember. Log down DEM lead, Saul hide. Look, though, doors in stay inside crowd, John down. Don't make assailed and don't cry. Or you'll be found at the end of the session the adults stood speechless, and Kylie also stood silent before answering the questions. What a report Zoe Daniel in New York.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Like you can't save anything. And you don't want to go keep working and working part time at that age. Maybe this is why like eighty percent of the poverty-stricken elderly or women, but you just described is the single biggest financial challenge. This is what women phase that when I wrote smart women finish rich was because I saw all these women being hurt financially. Gone through divorce. They had gone through widowed. Eighty percent of women die tie widowed. Eighty percent of men die Meerut. So what happens in the real world in marriages is that a lot of times the wife has delegated the financial wellbeing. The husband, and she's got an educated that she hasn't learned I tell this book Zoe Daniel is basically the mentor says her prince charming is not coming you need to be your own prince charming, and in this book, the mentor who's who's also I don't wanna give away. But like one of her mentors at work turned out to be extremely wealthy doesn't shed no idea. And she says Zoe you need to be in charge of finance. I don't care who you marry local Bank president as a woman you have to take charge of your financial life. Because what you don't want to do is turn. I mean, I hate to say. Like, you don't wanna turn around Sixty-eight and figure this out because sixty eight you like you said, she's one work anymore. Lot of people are having to work in their sixties because then I have enough money unless they have family that can support them and pay for them. But you can't rely on. That is for everyone. She's got me. He put your mom on the payroll. She's got a she's she's trust me. So she's I mean, she's fine. But it's like if she didn't have me or someone in the family laid how out it's like, then what? No. And and I'm not blaming her anything. She did what she could. She saved her money in the best way. She had retirement, you know, she's a working like it's still not that much money sometimes money when you go back to when you know better you could do better, right. Like like this little book, which I hope we'll go worldwide. I was inspired to write a by Paula Kahlo. He's my hero. As far as a writer goes and his growth, and I went to Geneva to meet him and have dinner with him and automate him someday. I met him. Burton shit. You Brennan is running and I went over to have dinner with my wife because you're going to go to Geneva to have dinner. Paulo quayle. He wrote the alchemist all. Of all time. She goes, you're gonna go to dinner go to Jean from dinner. Yes. Yes. I am. And this is also the ports like you. When you get a chance to be in front of somebody that you respected Myron and want to learn from. Yeah. You don't pay any go. So we go out we closes restaurant down polo quills. Amazing. We go to have drinks. And we basically stay out stay out. So we're I'm staying out Paul latest Bola once I don't know two or three in the morning. His handlers. Like, okay, we gotta get going. And he says, and he says let me ask you a question for for leave. What's the book that you haven't written yet that your soul desirous to ripe? Right. Follow Paul, and I go all I want to write this book. Like you've written like a parable. I want to a little story that will inspire people to realize that the richer than they think that they have more strengthen they know and the dreams can still come true. I don't wanna package up these financial lessons in a little.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"Now, listen two weeks after the nucleus summit between Kim Jong UN and Donald Trump, North Korea is believed to have restored a missile launch site to operational capacity. The much-hyped meeting itself collapsed with no agreements and no timetable for further talks, Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel went to Hanoi for the summit. I I visited Hanoi in the two thousand on my honeymoon it so happens. It was my first trip to a developing country before I was posted as Africa correspondent and later southeast Asia. Correspondent the idea that two decades later I'd be writing this is Washington bureau chief having just visited with the US president would never have entered my head back then Vietnam northern capital was a pedestrians paradise crossing the road with few traffic lights was still fraught a case of close your eyes and walk, but the vehicle of choice was the scooter often, a vintage lamb bradtha all similar. Or a bicycle ridden? By schoolgirls in the white Al Di all traditional Driss cars will limited. It was possible to walk virtually down the middle of the road in the narrow lanes of the old quarter, browsing shoe straighten toy straight and so on they were no Google maps. And the fan was getting lost trying to navigate back to the hotel stopping for a be a Hanoi on the way, I recall spending handfuls of Dong on Vietnamese trinkets rise piper layered photo albums. Yes. That was in the old days when we printed photographs and tiny Rawson souls bowls that we've since used to serve friends meals in several countries. It's a western tourists conceit to be sure. But it seemed easy to appreciate the elegance and charm of the Eurasian architecture that defines this beautiful city with its tiny lines and sweeping boulevards without the choking traffic that now exists and the endless. Instruction of mirrored high-rises on the fringes of the city's historic centre to be clear, though, those things were exactly the attraction for Donald Trump and his team when choosing a location for the second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Vietnam remains a hardline communist country in many ways, it citizens a heavily restricted when it comes to things like freedom of expression and freedom of association, bloggers, human rights, lawyers and journalists are routinely Giles for opposing government policies often Beijing and tortured sometimes never say again, I know this because of reported undercover from Vietnam and obtained tile by the secret police while trying to tell the stories of those seeking religious and social freedom this capacity to enforce control. While also achieving remarkable economic development was exactly what the Americans won't. To show Kim Jong UN in the last thirty years the country's transformed itself from a rigid. Centrally controlled economy to a market economy with annual JD pay growth of around seven percent, by way of comparison. Australian GDP is subdued two point three percent. The United States is growing at around three point one Vietnam. Meanwhile is saying according to the World Bank robust job creation and income growth. Meaning it's been transformed from one of the world's poorest nations to a lower middle income country in three decades. So since I was there in two thousand those who had bicycles have been able to buy scooters many of those with scooters cars and so on. It's a phenomenon. I observed in several places of a five years living and working in south East Asia. And since put on in Cambodia has seen a similar surge in traffic and urban development as the economy's grown the middle class. So while I have an asto GIC Yuning for the quietest streets of the past the business likely reflects an improved quality of life for the residents of Hanoi. It's all very interesting as a reflective study. But did it have any impact on came Joan Lon, technically encouraging denuclearization using the incentive of economic development is not new various negotiating teams of tried it on previous North Korean leaders. However, Kim Jong on my have a stronger incentive with some market development already evident in North Korea and a desire to leave a legacy that doesn't revolve around conflict. It reminds secondary though. I the tough deal has to be cash on verifiable removal of nuclear assets. And as the filed Hanoi's summit showed that's an eye. Joe challenge that predates my travel nostalgia. By some decades in Washington. This is Daniel for correspondents report. Sorry, freshly back there from Hanoi.

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Why was Hanoi picked for the Trump-Kim Summit?

Correspondents Report

05:13 min | 2 years ago

Why was Hanoi picked for the Trump-Kim Summit?

"Now, listen two weeks after the nucleus summit between Kim Jong UN and Donald Trump, North Korea is believed to have restored a missile launch site to operational capacity. The much-hyped meeting itself collapsed with no agreements and no timetable for further talks, Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel went to Hanoi for the summit. I I visited Hanoi in the two thousand on my honeymoon it so happens. It was my first trip to a developing country before I was posted as Africa correspondent and later southeast Asia. Correspondent the idea that two decades later I'd be writing this is Washington bureau chief having just visited with the US president would never have entered my head back then Vietnam northern capital was a pedestrians paradise crossing the road with few traffic lights was still fraught a case of close your eyes and walk, but the vehicle of choice was the scooter often, a vintage lamb bradtha all similar. Or a bicycle ridden? By schoolgirls in the white Al Di all traditional Driss cars will limited. It was possible to walk virtually down the middle of the road in the narrow lanes of the old quarter, browsing shoe straighten toy straight and so on they were no Google maps. And the fan was getting lost trying to navigate back to the hotel stopping for a be a Hanoi on the way, I recall spending handfuls of Dong on Vietnamese trinkets rise piper layered photo albums. Yes. That was in the old days when we printed photographs and tiny Rawson souls bowls that we've since used to serve friends meals in several countries. It's a western tourists conceit to be sure. But it seemed easy to appreciate the elegance and charm of the Eurasian architecture that defines this beautiful city with its tiny lines and sweeping boulevards without the choking traffic that now exists and the endless. Instruction of mirrored high-rises on the fringes of the city's historic centre to be clear, though, those things were exactly the attraction for Donald Trump and his team when choosing a location for the second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Vietnam remains a hardline communist country in many ways, it citizens a heavily restricted when it comes to things like freedom of expression and freedom of association, bloggers, human rights, lawyers and journalists are routinely Giles for opposing government policies often Beijing and tortured sometimes never say again, I know this because of reported undercover from Vietnam and obtained tile by the secret police while trying to tell the stories of those seeking religious and social freedom this capacity to enforce control. While also achieving remarkable economic development was exactly what the Americans won't. To show Kim Jong UN in the last thirty years the country's transformed itself from a rigid. Centrally controlled economy to a market economy with annual JD pay growth of around seven percent, by way of comparison. Australian GDP is subdued two point three percent. The United States is growing at around three point one Vietnam. Meanwhile is saying according to the World Bank robust job creation and income growth. Meaning it's been transformed from one of the world's poorest nations to a lower middle income country in three decades. So since I was there in two thousand those who had bicycles have been able to buy scooters many of those with scooters cars and so on. It's a phenomenon. I observed in several places of a five years living and working in south East Asia. And since put on in Cambodia has seen a similar surge in traffic and urban development as the economy's grown the middle class. So while I have an asto GIC Yuning for the quietest streets of the past the business likely reflects an improved quality of life for the residents of Hanoi. It's all very interesting as a reflective study. But did it have any impact on came Joan Lon, technically encouraging denuclearization using the incentive of economic development is not new various negotiating teams of tried it on previous North Korean leaders. However, Kim Jong on my have a stronger incentive with some market development already evident in North Korea and a desire to leave a legacy that doesn't revolve around conflict. It reminds secondary though. I the tough deal has to be cash on verifiable removal of nuclear assets. And as the filed Hanoi's summit showed that's an eye. Joe challenge that predates my travel nostalgia. By some decades in Washington. This is Daniel for correspondents report. Sorry, freshly back there from Hanoi.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"Thousands of people from the so-called migrant caravan that's been crossing Mexico from Honduras Guatemala, and now gathered in squalid conditions in Tijuana as the United States enforces ago slow in the processing of asylum, applications the migrants have been the target of much political rhetoric from President Donald Trump who wants to enforce strict new entry rules for asylum seekers. That is our North America correspondent Zoe Daniel reports as the caravan slips out of the daily news cycle, the people could wait in Mexico for months before they have their applications assist is nothing like spending some time somewhere truly awful to remind you of how lucky you are refugee camps migrant camps displacement camps detention cats of Bain to them in civil parts of Africa, and Asia, and whatever description you choose can't the people who can't or won't go back and can't move forward. Oblique places. This one just made us from the US border in Mexico is no different. Well, over five thousand people sleep in tents peach tightly together on the dirt of a baseball almond those unlucky enough not to have been given a tent have constructed rudimentary shelters with whatever they can find mostly bits of wood supporting sheets of plastic. This one and you and your husband sleeping in here. Yeah. What happens when it rains the moral? Clarissa her husband and their seven year old daughter lift three children back in Honduras to make the journey with the caravan some people here are fleeing gang violence and crime, but they're not ashamed to admit. They're economic migrants seeking work any work. They can get we lent her a phone, so they can call home for the first time since they lived a few weeks ago. Almost hanging Clarisa speaks to her son. And then hands the phone to her daughter, who's all smiles as she speaks to her, brother. Clarissa daughter has asthma and both the coughing after spending several days sleeping in the dust which soon turns to mud after a storm. In fact, lots of the migrants have dry coughs. And so two we after spending just a couple of days at the camp. The air is acrid to filled with the smell of burning plastic. The toilet area is what you'd expect a morass of filthy water and raw sewage there's no real organization here. Local authorities and NGOs making do with a small budget and limited supplies, although they had some help from Mexico's military to feed the group. It's always difficult to arrive at and then depart from these kinds of places to return to a comfortable lie fills with especially when there are children involved of the almost six thousand people hear about two-thirds of men. The wrist women and children. This boy is the same age as my son eleven. He's still wanna go. Save plied almost small mom says we can have a better lawf- and study in Montana can work, and we can go to school, Mike, something of allies. And yes, that's my son translating instead of being at school like the other migrants here the boys waging in the camp to get to America, something that might take months or never happen, especially under the Trump administration's border protection policy based estimates have those who will already at the border where she at least two to three months to even lodge application with border agents as the administration enforces ago, slow on processing, Donald Trump, then wants to implement a new policy that would have migrants waiting in Mexico for the claims to be considered which could take much longer it. So happens that I spent my birthday in the camp another one on assignment in a far-flung. Place. The people we met a paces in a large political puzzle. Some economic migrants others fleeing from fear. I the way this situation is a reminder that I was born in a truly lucky country. And so were my children before we left we handed Clarissa and her daughter to small tints look of relief. In response. The best birthday present in Tijuana. Mexico this Zoe Daniel for correspondence report.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"Let's head to the United States. I way President Donald Trump has come out swinging after midterm elections this week sacking his attorney general holding testy press conference and banning prominent CNN reporter from the White House in doing so he's lift America and the Washington press pool wondering whether this is the tone to expect for the next two years, Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel reports it's about seven AM after the midterms. I can hear my son scuffling around downstairs getting ready for the yearly bus to school is behind yet. I hear him ask. My husband is the exits the front door into the foggy DC morning. Yes. Sh- I came home at about five AM after reporting through the night on the election results last live crosses into astray. Leah's evening news were in the very early hours of the US morning from freedom plaza just behind the White House. The straight lights behind me framing the US capital in the distance. The midterm results presents a lot more obstacles for Donald Trump for his next two years in office. So Daniel joins us from Washington Zoe, what will losing the house a main for the president. He can expect a lot of pushback, basically, it's going to make it really hard for him to get the rest of his policy promises through but beyond that, you can expect Democrats to launch a series of investigations into the Trump administration into it's going to be another busy day. The first of the next two years for Trump administration hampered now having lost control of the house to the Democrats. Never this feeling. No the power to win my vibrates. And I pick it up of the bid side title. It's my Donald Trump tweet alert. Are we doing a news conference at the White House? He says and so the second two years begins. You're much blues. I've been covering Donald Trump now for three years since the end of twenty fifteen when he was just an outsider candidate since he's been president. He hasn't done many of these free. Wheeling solo press conferences the last one. I recalling day say was in February twenty seventeen a few weeks after he's inauguration when he called a press conference with barely an hour's notice causing the press to scramble from all over the city, and it feels like we've been scrambling ever scenes two years later, find myself sitting in the East Room of the White House, again, the president sills the midterms result in which the Republicans lost the house, but gained seats in the Senate as a success as an example of the eleven candidates. We campaigned with during the last week nine one lesson this Vigors campaign inched up the Blue Wave that they talked about. I don't know if. There ever was such thing. But could have been if we didn't do the campaigning probably could have been fit while he's early tone was measured the press conference quickly degenerated when the president was pressed on his pre election campaign, specifically anti immigration regime cover a so called caravan of migrants headed for the US border from Central America Villiers, president on one of those statements that you made in the tail end of the campaign in terms. Here we go that. Well, I if. If you. That this caravan wasn't invasion as you consider to be as president caravan was not an invasion. It's a it's a group of migrants moving up from Central America towards the border with the US. Thank you. Why did you why did you characterize it as such as I consider an invasion you, and I have a difference of do you think that you demonized immigrants election, try them? I want them to come into the country, but they have to come in legally, you know, they have to come in Jim through a process I wanted to be processed. And I want people to come in. And we need the people you're paying your weight. You know, why wait was quite a moment as CNN's Jim Acosta who habitually takes on the president. And his press secretary kept pushing and refused to give up the microphone..

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"Let's head to the United States. I way President Donald Trump has come out swinging after midterm elections this week sacking his attorney general holding testy press conference and banning prominent CNN reporter from the White House in doing so he's lift America and the Washington principal wondering whether this is the tone to expect for the next two years, Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel reports it's about seven AM after the terms I can hear my son scuffling around downstairs getting ready for the early. Bus to school is mommy Heim yet. I hear mosque. My husband the exits the front door into the foggy Deysi morning. Yes. Sh- I came home at about five AM after reporting through the night on the election results at last live crosses into a stray Leah's evening news or in the very early hours of the US morning from freedom plaza just behind the White House the lights. Hind me framing the US capital in the distance. The midterm results presents a lot more obstacles for Donald Trump for his next two years in office. So Daniel joins us from Washington Zoe, what will losing the house main for the president. He can expect a lot of pushback, basically, it's going to make it really hard for him to get the rest of his policy promises through but beyond that, you can expect Democrats to launch a series of investigations into the Trump administration. And it's going to be another busy day. The first of the next two years for a Trump administration hampered now having lost control of the house to the Democrats. Never this feeling. No the power to win my fine vibrates, and I pick it up of the bid-side title. It's my Donald Trump tweet alert. Are we doing a news conference at the White House? He says and so the second two years begins. Thank you very much bliss. I've been covering Donald Trump now for three years since the end of twenty fifteen when he was just an outsider candidate since he's been president. He hasn't done many of these free. Wheeling solo press conferences the last one. I recalling day say was in February twenty seventeen a few weeks after he's inauguration when he called a press conference with Balian an hour's notice causing the press to scramble from all over the city, and it feels like we've been scrambling ever since two years later, I find myself sitting in the East Room of the White House, again, the president sills the midterms result in which the Republicans lost the house, but gained seats in the Senate as a success as an example of the eleven candidates. We campaigned with during the last week nine one lesson. This vigorous campaign is up the Blue Wave that they talked about. I don't know if. There ever was such thing. But could have been if we didn't do the campaigning. Probably there could have been while. He's early tone was measured the press conference quickly degenerated when the president was pressed on his pre election campaign, specifically anti immigration regime, cover a so caravan of migrants headed for the US border from Central America Vigors, president challenge you on one of the statements that you made in the tail end of the campaign in terms Zooey, go that well, I if you want us residents and that this caravan wasn't invasion as you consider to be as known as president caravan was not an invasion. It's a it's a group of migrants moving up from Central America towards the border with the US. Thank you. Why why did you why did you characterize it as such as I consider an invasion you, and I have a difference of do you think that you demonized immigrants that is electron try them? I want them to come into the country, but they have to come in legally, you know, they have to come in Jim through a process I wanted to be a process, and I want people to come in. And we need the people you're playing your weight. You know, why it was quite a moment as CNN's Jimmy Costa who habitually takes on the president. And his press secretary kept pushing and refused to give up the microphone. They're hundreds of miles away though there hundreds and hundreds of Manila that that's not an invasion. Honestly, I think you should let me run the country you run CNN or if you did it. Well, you're reading let me ask you if I may as president by may are you worried enough. That's that's one of the other folks that's enough. Pardon me, ma'am on this. That's enough as president. I had one of the guy may ask on on the Russian Gatien. Are you? -cerned that that you may not concerned about anything with investigation because it's a hoax, are you? That's enough. Put down the mic president. Are you worried about indictments coming down in this? I'll tell you what she n n should be ashamed of itself having you work in for them. You are a rude. Terrible person. You shouldn't be working for CNN from my ri- talk. Good here. I think it was Saracen is calling out to a cost to put down the microphone for a moment. The angle is so palpable that I wanted. If a punch might be thrown or if the secret service would stepping, but a cost of finally, pasta, Mark and the press conference continued go ahead. I think that's very rude person the way, you treat Sarah Huckabee is horrible and the way you treat. Other people are horrible, you shouldn't treat people that way. And go ahead meter in gyms defense, I've traveled within the watching him. He's a diligent reporter who busts fan of yours either. So I understand to be honest. So let me ask you a question. If I can you repeatedly you are the best Mr President, you repeatedly over the course of the just sit down place light of the White House revoked the scene in reporters credential, accusing him of placing his hands on the intern who attempted to take the mic something that multiple eye. Witnesses have refuted, however, the White House is staunchly sticking to that story. The hats to divert attention from the other one the fact that Donald Trump also started the post meet tombs era by sacking his attorney general Jeff Sessions reigniting concerns about obstruction of Justice. And whether he plans to shut down the ongoing Russia probe if. Day. One is any guide to the lead up to twenty twenty. It's time to get some sleep in Washington this Zoe Daniel for correspondents reported.

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The next two years of Donald Trump

Correspondents Report

06:26 min | 2 years ago

The next two years of Donald Trump

"Let's head to the United States. I way President Donald Trump has come out swinging after midterm elections this week sacking his attorney general holding testy press conference and banning prominent CNN reporter from the White House in doing so he's lift America and the Washington principal wondering whether this is the tone to expect for the next two years, Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel reports it's about seven AM after the terms I can hear my son scuffling around downstairs getting ready for the early. Bus to school is mommy Heim yet. I hear mosque. My husband the exits the front door into the foggy Deysi morning. Yes. Sh- I came home at about five AM after reporting through the night on the election results at last live crosses into a stray Leah's evening news or in the very early hours of the US morning from freedom plaza just behind the White House the lights. Hind me framing the US capital in the distance. The midterm results presents a lot more obstacles for Donald Trump for his next two years in office. So Daniel joins us from Washington Zoe, what will losing the house main for the president. He can expect a lot of pushback, basically, it's going to make it really hard for him to get the rest of his policy promises through but beyond that, you can expect Democrats to launch a series of investigations into the Trump administration. And it's going to be another busy day. The first of the next two years for a Trump administration hampered now having lost control of the house to the Democrats. Never this feeling. No the power to win my fine vibrates, and I pick it up of the bid-side title. It's my Donald Trump tweet alert. Are we doing a news conference at the White House? He says and so the second two years begins. Thank you very much bliss. I've been covering Donald Trump now for three years since the end of twenty fifteen when he was just an outsider candidate since he's been president. He hasn't done many of these free. Wheeling solo press conferences the last one. I recalling day say was in February twenty seventeen a few weeks after he's inauguration when he called a press conference with Balian an hour's notice causing the press to scramble from all over the city, and it feels like we've been scrambling ever since two years later, I find myself sitting in the East Room of the White House, again, the president sills the midterms result in which the Republicans lost the house, but gained seats in the Senate as a success as an example of the eleven candidates. We campaigned with during the last week nine one lesson. This vigorous campaign is up the Blue Wave that they talked about. I don't know if. There ever was such thing. But could have been if we didn't do the campaigning. Probably there could have been while. He's early tone was measured the press conference quickly degenerated when the president was pressed on his pre election campaign, specifically anti immigration regime, cover a so caravan of migrants headed for the US border from Central America Vigors, president challenge you on one of the statements that you made in the tail end of the campaign in terms Zooey, go that well, I if you want us residents and that this caravan wasn't invasion as you consider to be as known as president caravan was not an invasion. It's a it's a group of migrants moving up from Central America towards the border with the US. Thank you. Why why did you why did you characterize it as such as I consider an invasion you, and I have a difference of do you think that you demonized immigrants that is electron try them? I want them to come into the country, but they have to come in legally, you know, they have to come in Jim through a process I wanted to be a process, and I want people to come in. And we need the people you're playing your weight. You know, why it was quite a moment as CNN's Jimmy Costa who habitually takes on the president. And his press secretary kept pushing and refused to give up the microphone. They're hundreds of miles away though there hundreds and hundreds of Manila that that's not an invasion. Honestly, I think you should let me run the country you run CNN or if you did it. Well, you're reading let me ask you if I may as president by may are you worried enough. That's that's one of the other folks that's enough. Pardon me, ma'am on this. That's enough as president. I had one of the guy may ask on on the Russian Gatien. Are you? -cerned that that you may not concerned about anything with investigation because it's a hoax, are you? That's enough. Put down the mic president. Are you worried about indictments coming down in this? I'll tell you what she n n should be ashamed of itself having you work in for them. You are a rude. Terrible person. You shouldn't be working for CNN from my ri- talk. Good here. I think it was Saracen is calling out to a cost to put down the microphone for a moment. The angle is so palpable that I wanted. If a punch might be thrown or if the secret service would stepping, but a cost of finally, pasta, Mark and the press conference continued go ahead. I think that's very rude person the way, you treat Sarah Huckabee is horrible and the way you treat. Other people are horrible, you shouldn't treat people that way. And go ahead meter in gyms defense, I've traveled within the watching him. He's a diligent reporter who busts fan of yours either. So I understand to be honest. So let me ask you a question. If I can you repeatedly you are the best Mr President, you repeatedly over the course of the just sit down place light of the White House revoked the scene in reporters credential, accusing him of placing his hands on the intern who attempted to take the mic something that multiple eye. Witnesses have refuted, however, the White House is staunchly sticking to that story. The hats to divert attention from the other one the fact that Donald Trump also started the post meet tombs era by sacking his attorney general Jeff Sessions reigniting concerns about obstruction of Justice. And whether he plans to shut down the ongoing Russia probe if. Day. One is any guide to the lead up to twenty twenty. It's time to get some sleep in Washington this Zoe Daniel for correspondents reported.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"In the United States allegations against supreme court nominee Brit, Kevin, ah, have reignited debate about six you assault and women speaking up about years old incidents of misconduct, the Senate committee testimony given by Brit Kevin ironed Christine. Blasi Ford attracted a Super Bowl sized audience in the tens of millions and as key pied the national conversation if a since. But the matter of who's telling the truth remains hotly debated and as the gap in a deeply divided nation, Washington correspondent Zoe. Daniel reports few periods of reporting in America have made me feel more deeply sad than the events of the last couple of weeks. The allegations have been confronting the impact on the accuser and the accused as Bena a mints. But more broadly, the deep divide between people in his wonderful but precariously balanced country has been horribly stock. Partisanship is a given here, political collaboration. Is rare. The media is compartmentalized into right and lift debate is vicious. In this case, it's degenerated into a rice to victory rather than a quest for truth. I believe he was going to rape me. I tried to yell for help when I did Brett put his hand over my mouth, stopped me from yelling. This is what terrified me the most in this had the most lasting impact on my life. It was hard for me to breathe, and I thought that Brett was accidentally going to kill me. This whole two week effort has been a calculated, an orchestrated political, hit fuel to the parent, pent up anger about President Trump and the two thousand sixteen election that emotional testimony from both Christine Blasi food and bread. Kevin was very different intern, but it sparked national debate about who to believe, tens of millions of people watched it. And the reaction was visceral blowzy foods, testimony broadly regarded as credible and compelling, Kevin a- a passionate defender of his legacy and family who says. He's wrongly accused, but since they testimony was delivered that role national conversation about sexual assault, the pint of victims and the vulnerability of men at a time when AKIs Asians of assault amounting has split the country along political lines. Well, you think it was? There was one beer. Good. How did he get home? I don't remember. How'd you get there? Remember, where is the place? I don't remember how many years ago was it? I don't know. I don't know what neighborhood was it, and I don't know where's the house. Upstairs downstairs, where was, I don't know, but I had one beer. That's the only thing I remember even many Republicans that was over the line among them. Motorists Senator Jeff flake. There's no time and no place for remarks like that to discuss something this sensitive at a political rally is just just not right. It's just right. I wish he hadn't had done it. Just say, it's it's kind of a bowling that Republican Senator Lindsey, Graham spoke for others. This is the new normal. God help us all. God help us all who would want to be a judge in this environment. And we've got to turn this room for us too late, taking cavenaugh down with unleash forces from the darkest side in American politics in perpetuity. And if you think only one side is capable of doing. The conversation has ceased to be about Blasi Ford and Kevin, the truth of their respective stories will always be a case of. He said she said, I firmly believe they're making me stories up. It's now a vortex of political hatred, even tribalism that too little scary. The gap is so wide and growing. There's no room for discussion or acknowledgement of an alternative point of view. There's just outrage and wallets about who wins the place on the supreme court. It feels like everyone's losing and whether or not bread caviar is telling the truth or Christine Blasi. Ford is part of an elaborate political heat. What of all of the sexual assault victims? Men and women who've been guarding this sacred because they feel they won't be believed. Where does this leave them in Washington, this Zoe, Daniel correspondents report.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

12:29 min | 3 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"This is an ABC podcast. Hello, and welcome to correspondence reports until Toma. Sarisi. I to Indonesia and a story that stall mated the headlines for days more than a thousand people have been confirmed date after an earthquake in soon NAMI on the island of silhouette, Waseem and Indonesia correspondence. David Lipson and end Barca have been reporting on the story at every stage, but behind the scenes covering disaster. Like these has its challenges earlier. I caught up with David Lipson right now. I'm at the market in color city which are starting to show some early signs of returning to normal. People are buying fish chickens, corn, vegetables around me, the prices of vaseline flighted about three times, but at least there is a little bit of communist going on year right now. Now let's take a step back for a moment. What was your first reaction when you heard about the earthquake and this NAMI boarding at the time? Did you have any idea to come to this now? We didn't realize it would be. Like this because often to NAMI warnings issued and listed. In fact, that's exactly what happened with this one. This NAMI warning was issued. We knew it was a big quake, but then the warning was lifted and it was shortly after that after sort of raiding late that we started to say a few videos because these days everyone has smartphones, and, and so unlike times as possible, you've seen these disasters in this region anyway, they're very quickly shade. So very quickly we were saying they horrific videos of the ocean surging into the city, but we weren't able to verify whether it was indeed this this area, the city of hollow and it was actually a billboard that showed a local politician in one of the videos that concern for us, that guy that that stiffly pollute, he's a local politician. So this is this is real. This is happening and you have intially ghost there, but you're of course based in Jakarta. So how did. You get to the areas can step us through that journey show when we said out first team live by in Bhakkar and still Hemingway eating, we knew it would take them a couple of days to get this. So I stayed into Cada hoping that Holloway would open for commercial flights. It didn't. So in the end, we were booked on a fly, but we got kicked off of the blood. So we had to find another way in the short version is it took a full forty, eight hours of traveling at one hours played the first night hours the Knicks not. And that involved a fifteen hour drive through the mountains, skimming around big land, floods wedding bulldozers to clear the road and fighting just horrific traffic. And then when we arrived, finally in Palou inverted commas accommodation that the others had been saying for a couple of nights involved them sort of sleeping on the driveway of a hotel and having access at least two one toilet between about thirty people and and a bucket that you could sort of wash yourself. With that when we got there. Unfortunately, the owner said, I'm really sorry, but, but you can't stay. He me with full. We've got thirty children arriving shortly and and you can't stay. So we ended up. I not pitching a tent on the on the footpath out of the front, which was, you know, pretty hot. There are big to show that not. We lifted chin, fair that following night and when returned it had been stolen. Pickler in great need and well in the strategy, I could probably be lifted chains on the night too stupid, probably by the end of the day as well. But they met minted not just the change that scene mattress that we had and and also things like my towel and then the lock had gone as well. So as a result of of kind of paying them height to horrify your your listeners. But nothing drying myself after wash with a bucket with dirty. The water of you've had now, the impact of the disaster is settling in what people in pilot doing at the moment, how they responding to all of this. Just extrordinary. They just causative talk to people very religious people that kind of just take everything in stride even disasters like this. I mean, a lot of the people that fleeing absolutely look shellshocked they, they've always been severely traumatized and you can see that written all over this ISIS and occasionally, though come up to you and woman's pick you to tell their story to the world. But the vast majority of hollow TV was not actually damaged by the quake. Oh, the Sonam and maybe that something that's not too many Bigler aware of. It was really just the shorefront that was that was smashed and rightly so interested at great attention matched by the phenomena that is and then random buildings. But sometimes really huge buildings were brought crashing down by the quite so those people that still have their homes doing what I can to help others. Trying to get on with things, but it's very hot in a city where the hasn't made our communication deciding to say huge mountains of trash piling up on the streets. And you know, it's going to really be some time before you get any any real sense of normal. And can I ask was it wasn't that long ago we were speaking to you about the quake seen loam book. How is the response if it from Indonesian authorities different this time instead of wasting? Well, they seem to be much more aware of what needed. I think Lombok was a little bit of a lesson. It wasn't as big a disaster, but there was a lot of criticism of the president poll is his response to Lombo because he refused to accept international. I and you know, we return about a month off to the the big quickly, and people were still really struggling. And you know a lot of people with flicks about why he didn't accept nationalized well, have accepted this. Time, but it's been very slow. And in fact, there is this process that goes on where the government who wants to fully fifteen before like start deploying, I and resources tower appease and you lose a few crucial days doing that rather than just having that. This is a big disaster we need to send everything we've got and just been working out the details like saying, you know, it has been just so hard to get anything in Iraq because the airport was closed for Diana off. All the roads were blocked, and you know the ports destroy there was there was really no way to get into those first few from hilly and the like, and I were kind of in short supply here. So you can give them some sympathy that the Indonesian government for that. But again, president Toco coming into some criticism and looking at those logistical challenges in terms of the journalism, what challenges have you come across in Tim's of using the technology to. Stories, what using your mobile phone at the moment, but that pain, reliable, for example, it's been awful. That's been one of the biggest challenges and big stresses because we're here to do a job and you know, there's not a lot of wind us being here if we can't get the message out, and that's how it was in in many ways for the first couple of days. So we were really restricted to occasional phone calls. You couldn't rely on them. The signal were just come in at various times for for the few minutes or an hour at various points of the Diane use that time to make the phone calls you needed to make to file anything could true those means. But we're also using satellite phones to contact Sydney when we needed to and began, which is essentially a little mini backpacker uplinked to a satellite to send out a television pictures. But it's very slow and it's also very, very us. We don't have an. Unlimited budget either. So you know, you're restricted to certain number of minutes day that you can use technology and, and you have to make it all work in that window. And it's a story that's obviously making a global headlines David. Is there a sense of cameraderie between journalists working on the ground there regardless of defective, working for different meteorite. Let's absolutely all sort of normal hardcore. Competition goes in many ways out that we know and you would give us, for example, out journey from the village of pulsa through the mountains to do. We actually went in convoy with nine all international media. And the reason for that is that we were hearing that cars were being stopped enrolled in lucid and all the rest through the mountains. So we decided to go together and in that way, if if anyone broke down ropes and we'd be able to help out, we also had we actually intonation police. Who we had managed to secure to come on the tune with us. He was armed and told them civil that drive as well armed as well. So all of this kind of working together scenario like sure that all of us could get in and get the message out to their respective country, Indonesia correspondent David Lipson speaking to me from the markets in policy in United States allegations against supreme court nominee Brit, Kevin, ah, have reignited debate about six, you assault and women speaking up about years old incidents of misconduct the Senate committee testament, he given by Brit Kevin and Christine Blasi. Ford attracted a Super Bowl sized audience in the tens of millions and has coupon the national conversation if a since. But the matter of who's telling the truth remains hotly debated and as the gap in a deeply divided nation, Washington correspondent Zoe. Daniel reports few periods of reporting in America have made me feel. No more deeply said than the events of the last couple of weeks. The allegations have been confronting the impact on the accuser and the accused as being a mints but more broadly, the deep divide between people in this wonderful but precariously balanced country has been horribly stuck. Partisanship is a given here. Political collaboration is rare. The media is compartmentalized into Russian, lift debate is vicious. In this case, it's degenerated into a rice to victory rather than a quest for truth. I believed he was going to rape me. I tried to yell for help when I did Brett put his hand over my mouth, stopped me from yelling. This is what terrified me the most. And this had the most lasting impact on my life. It was hard for me to breathe, and I thought that Brett was accidentally going to kill me this whole two week f. Effort has been a calculated, an orchestrated political, hit, fueled with a parent, pent up anger about President Trump and the two thousand sixteen election that emotional testimony from both Christian Blasi food and bread. Kevin was very different in tone, but it sparked national debate about who to believe, tens of millions of people watched it. And the reaction was visceral blowzy foods, testimony broadly regarded as credible and compelling Kevin a- a passionate defendant of his legacy and family who says he's wrongly accused. But since testimony was delivered that roar national conversation about sexual assault. The pine of victims and the vulnerability of men at a time when AKIs Asians of assault amounting has split the country along political lines. Well, you know, there was one beer. Good. How did he get home? I don't remember. How'd you get there? Remember, where is the place? I don't remember how many years ago was it? I don't know. Know

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"Let's begin with some recent events in the United States last weekend. Small number of what supremacists were confronted by thousands of anti-racism protestors in Washington. They gathered to Mark a year since appro wide rally turned deadly in Virginia, and the mega turn out of the white supremacist was claimed as a victory by the anti-racism groups. They planned mass rally was deemed a failure, but as our Washington correspondent Zoe, Daniel reports the gathering exposed, some widening divisions. Right. Me skies in Washington, a loose collection of lift wing protesters gathered in response to plans for Ereli by what supremacists the anti racism activists were there in their thousands while only about two dozen what supremacists turned up. They plan to vent was a total flip. The event was held to Mark one year since Neo Nazis. What supremacists nationalists, OPA of a racist pro white collective gathered in Charlottesville Virginia for a so-called you not the right rally, the turned deadly, and he racism activists hit a high was killed. When a car was driven at high speed into a crowd of protesters. Allegedly by Nazi permits for a repeat of Indian Charlottesville were denied, and there was concern. The event in Washington could turn violent. Certainly there was anger. Listen to understand. What they have to just be. Know increasingly, there's a view that the best way to shut down racists these to deny them a voice. Some anti racism activists have taken a stand, refusing to speak to journalists who plan to balance this stories by speaking to Nazis and their cohort. This cameraman was being verbally attacked for interviewing a woman who was a supporter of Donald Trump, but denied being racist. Here's your pose the right and they're racial. The Premacy. They're white nationalism. I oppose. I oppose political violence on the left. I support free speech and I support my president. Why is this mob surrounding you like this? Because they don't believe the president should have a right to free speech. Donald trump. I think actually the opposite has happened. I think he is actually bringing a great movement of people together on the right there is record voters a black and Latino voters moving over to the Republican party to support the president because of the economic things he's doing. Auster. We'll talk despite police bans within Zain mosques. Many of the demonstrators ruled the black balaclavas of the amicus anti-fascist group and taper, who will fill shooting fireworks and throwing eggs and water bottles at police and the press. Nice. Take everybody. We just need to live peacefully. That's it. That's what I want to give it. Donald Trump to. Both the number of white supremacists was low and though a kept forcibly separate from the antiracism group tension was high, and the atmosphere was volatile. An outbreak of serious violence would have been no surprise to anyone who was there. Several of those at the event linked Donald Trump's election with racists being emboldened in a way you almost have to wear a shirt, but identifies you as someone that that will. To say, you're not alone. You're not outnumbered and your importance to this country. Shrimp has. Opens the gates for what used to be silence to be. I thought it's also validated there more extreme opponents who in this case with no racists to attack went for the police and the press. In Washington. This is Daniel for correspondents report.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:27 min | 4 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Follow officially begins at 102 this afternoon but you know what 101 and 102 are gonna look exactly the same in la mess so tonight whatever festival tomorrow night cowan law his jerry again at the truth i'm no early on an in a gun nile now you sleep other woman's let the monetary madrid hmm nope on that burnham roma brisk growth michael dr com jeff declaring what are known buckingham palace guzzler no one we pull up again at the truth i'm on an and the gun one other moments jim again one okay zoe daniel now like the places as you make a bell when as those this year with their booty gucci built label he says your battles cable channel we do i know cable kedo on the drop god gave the male again at the truth no i'm no i'm no one on an in the gun ioana now this other moments has an exam engage ooh one look at photo at once you look at though laura best busy yet the camp was in edges and no maimi catch a nam ever banning all my g g and as i turn in god's roma as as she'd been we got him winnie babic guilty but the cousin by obama as his brand pas manner at the truth i'm on an in a gun now yeah another woman well done exam engage wasn't nope xiaomi another one on air with ryan seacrest inside thirty minutes.

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"zoe daniel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

05:04 min | 4 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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1075 KZL

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"zoe daniel" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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