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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"You're listening to comedy central. These welcome anna navarro before you sit down before you sit in case people missed it can we. What does that say halloween. I thought i'd come dressed as a first lady who really does care. Welcome back to the show thank you it's been a while by neil miami aw which had had cuban coffee have i had cuban coffee. I've had cuban coffee. I've had cuban sandwiches. I've had cuban friends. I've had cuban nights out cuban. Everything stop upright there. This is quite a time. You know you know what's interesting. Is i mean i have a lot of people come to the show and we talk about politics and a lot of the time i won't lie. Many of the people who come to the daily show have political views that match with mine or the audience but you're an interesting position because you are a republican. Are you still a republican you now. Here's the thing i was republican. When donald trump was a democrat or republican when donald trump was an independent and i'm a republican now that he's pretending to be a republican and so many other republicans are enabling him and allowing him to pretend the that presents an interesting dilemma for you and for many republicans out there right because de paul ryan yeah a day like today is a perfect example so you have donald trump who comes out and says i want to change the constitution. I want to say that birthright. Citizenship is no longer part of the fourteenth amendment and ryan comes out and says hey that's that's. That's not something that you can do as unethical. It's impeachable and donald trump replied and he said to paul ryan. You need to focus on maintaining the house us. I'm going to do what the new republican party needs to be done and that's that's. That's an interesting space for many people to be in because it does feel like in some ways. Donald trump is redefining what the republican party is all about. What does that mean to you guys. Thank donald donald trump in a very short time. Less than two years has redefine the republican party. He has redefined the presidency. It is now a place that it is used to bully other americans. There is a place that is used to ally and spread fear and he has changed america. He has changed the country he has. I polarized as in a way that's much greater than we were already. He has fabricated culture wars. He has sown discord and he's handed the keys to the kingdom to the russians. So i grew up to answer your question. I i grew up in a republican party and many of us here miami understand this where a was. We tried to be more inclusive tried to win have have a bigger tent..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Young Turks

"It had nothing to do with any of that. They were brutal dictators. So now what is? Corporate socialism, what Anna's referring to Bank. Bailouts. Tax subsidies, you know that the oil companies are still getting billions of dollars in subsidies for what for what they're the most profitable companies in the world. Why should they be getting subsidies that is socialism for the rich and Candice doesn't mind any of that? She's like the check clear, then I love corporate socialism. That's how she makes a living. That's what she's she's paying to tell these horrible license lies to deceive people because of corporate socialism. Ironically, she's also, the benefactor of that she doesn't know eighty productive for a living, okay? She just takes checks and says, what do you need me to say I'm here for you? And so she lives like a socialist every day chunk. Okay. But it's a corporate socialist. Strong words against socialism, end, these, you know, a government safety that programs. I just want to note that a Harvard study done in two thousand nine indicated that forty five thousand Americans die every single year because of our terrible capitalistic healthcare system. We also have this huge issue where I don't know, capitalism has led to private prisons, where now there's a profit motive to imprison as many people as humanly possible, and to pass these insane tough on crime laws. So has that had any impact on the black community in America, because I believe it has. But you don't wanna talk about that. That's the type of capitalism you love. Right. So it's not to say that you can't ever be a black conservative, if you care about balancing budgets, if you care about, hey, did the stamp program? Go to foreign creates some degree of dependency, although it did save an helped millions of kids, get a food. Assistance to cetera. So they don't starve to death. Well, we can have an intelligent conversation about that, but it intelligent conversation is not Candice Owens, telling you that the period of lynchings in America was wonderful for African Americans, and that, if the Germans had just murdered Jews inside of Germany, that everything would have been great. No. She is the definition of a sellout. We will be back after the break. Hey, all is Brooks, although you can only hear me now you've probably seen me on the damage report. Or the main show I am constantly on the move. And I'm always working from every location. I can't. So when I can access a free wifi hotspot at the coffee shop at the airport, you know, how it is I definitely take advantage, as someone who was recently hacked..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Young Turks

"And look, Cornell was, you should watch the full debate because he did such a fantastic job, rebutting her, and giving real evidence and logic to our arguments. But one thing that really stood out to me was okay, so you don't like welfare programs. You don't like any type of government assistance, then maybe you should speak out against Donald Trump wanting to give farmers fifteen billion dollars in subsidies because of the damage he's done as a result of this trade war to these farmers, by the way, the majority of this money, I would argue doesn't even go to the small town, farmers. Who are who are the most affected usually goes to some of these massive corporate farms? But anyway, my point. Is what, what do you think about that? How come there's never any anger about that? There's never any pushback by the right wing when it comes to that. So I want to just double down on that because Bernie Sanders gave a speech today that actually highlighted that difference. So he says, I'm in favor of democratic socialism. What is that? That's social safety net programs like social security Medicare. Now are those things did they kill millions of people as Kennesaw and says, no, they actually saved people's lives. Is that somewhere else? No, it's right here in America, so social security, what does the poll Poland eighty four percent? In fact, that was an old poll recent poll said, eighty seven percent of Americans, including the overwhelming majority. Republicans say they would increase taxes on the rich to make sure that they protect social security. So it's incredibly popular. It's literally, the most popular program in America, and what is that? That's democratic socialism. Okay. Medicare pulled at seventy seven percent. It might be higher now democratic socialism firefighters. Yes. Firefighters used. To be privatized until they realize. Oh, you say the rich guys house, but you don't say the middle class guys. How's it turns out, the fire spreads just like disease? So they that's what FDR did. That's what we do here. And he didn't kill anybody mouth did Stalin..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Young Turks

"But at that point, it was over there was nothing to get upset at, and then he wouldn't turn around and I think the fifty three rallies for Hillary Clinton. So he helped in every magical way and some of his supporters are upset about that. No, no, no. You gotta fight against Donald Trump. He was right about that. He's right about how far to go and then to turn around and try to make sure that Donald Trump loss. So that is revisionist history. What Anna Varos saying there and it's just not true. On the other hand, when you say he's stubborn overall. Yeah, that's true. But that's a good thing. Now. Why is it a good thing because he says these are my principles and I don't care how many people in Washington, and how many people inside the club. And how many lobbyists in consultants tell me I'm wrong. I'm not going to change. I'm for universal healthcare coverage. I was four that forty years ago thirty years ago twenty years ago, ten years ago. And I'm for it now, I'm for higher wages. I'm for green new deal. It cetera for free environment for all these issues that he's been fighting if he wasn't so stubborn then they would have already moved them they would have already made him a centrist outcome on your disrespecting your colleagues. You're the only one voting for these progressive policy ideas. Why don't you just submit team player? Well him being stubborn old goat is what got him here and why people like him in the first place. I haven't paid the candidate yet, but if you were going to vote vote based on that, you'd vote for the goat, okay? Sure, I mean, look, I his consistencies pretty incredible because he has been on the record fighting for or defending policies before they were even considered popular trendy or reasonable. Right. So we gave you the example of what he had said in a local paper back in nineteen seventy-two prior to Roe v. Wade, he was pushing for reproductive rights for women saying that the government should have absolutely no say over. What a woman does with her body that was not a popular position back in nineteen seventy two, but he had that position and he aggressively a shared that message and fought for it. And same goes for the violence against women act, even though he somehow still gets a bad rap from a so-called women who I actually think their political operatives who are just trying to smear him. And. Yeah. Definitely. The so-called feminists is a better way to put it. But what I'm trying to say is they keep trying to smear him as if he's somehow against people of color, or he's against women, even though he's been fighting for civil rights. I mean he's been fighting for a reproductive rights. He's been fighting more importantly for economic Justice, which impacts every single group in America. And so that consistency is is the stubborn part of him. And I love it the last couple of things because I want to address her saying that Bernie, Santa sports should be tagged with worn, I don't agree with that. But first of all, on the stubbornness part, look, he was for marriage equality for gay Americans decades before Hillary Clinton. Barack Obama Joe Biden, they made such a big deal out of Joe Biden, when he was vice president say, hey, I think we should go towards marriage equality. Bernie Sanders that said that what twenty thirty years ago. So if you're going to give, and everybody was go Biden, Biden. I can't believe oh in the year twenty fifteen. He's for marriage equality, whoop de fricken do look at the actual record and then Bernie Sanders are so right? So you're kidding me. He chain himself, showed African American woman. They he led citizens in university of Chicago. They went and did task forces to expose racial discrimination in housing. He did any of that before he was a politician. Okay. So that people's record are clear and also, by the way, goats stands for greatest of all time. So they should be careful who they're calling a goat..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Young Turks

"In Michigan Pennsylvania, and center, and what is buying largely say he does save tax against Trump is against what Trump said in Charlottesville. Oh, of course, we're all against that. But he doesn't attack them on policy positions. And he doesn't attack them where it hurts. On how we key is. And I think we need a stronger fighter to make bring that message home. We don't want to make the same mistake we did in twenty six and he is very similar to Hillary Clinton. So the point that you kept making in the segment was that Biden is similar to Hillary Clinton. And I honestly haven't heard anyone in cable news, make that point. And it's an important point to make because I see many similarities, especially, especially when it comes to Biden hiding because he has the lead when it comes to, you know, some of the questionable conservative components of his record, especially when it comes to the high amendment, and then the flip flop on the Hyde amendment. I just see the Democratic Party. And I'm talking about the, the party as the establishment kind of pushing for candidate which would lead to very similar results in my opinion that we saw back in two thousand sixteen. I think that Biden might have misunderstood the Hyde amendment that he thought it was like hide and seek. So he's still hiding. So, look, the reason they don't want him out there is because he keeps saying things that he believes they're not stumbles. They're not faux. Pas. He really is a conservative democrat who believed in the Hyde amendment. And that's why he's not challenging Trump on policy because there's a lot of that policy. They actually agree on not on the social issues. But it's you know, we're completely fair on that. So, but although Hyde amendment social issue, and of course, Trump goes further than it again. Clear on it, but uneconomic issues there's not huge differences between the corporate Republicans in the corporate Democrats, in fact, that's what Biden is always bragging about, oh my God. I'm bipartisan. I love to work with Republicans. Well, we don't like the results of you working with the Republicans. It's on Republican turf, which is what we're going to get to next. But and that's why I want to give continue to give Chris Cuomo a lot of credit because he's having different voices on. Right. And. Yeah. And you don't why nobody's making the case that Biden's, exactly like Hillary Clinton in his both his policies and not wanting to address the issues because they're all favorite Biden. Right. Almost all the pundits, and almost all the anchors certainly don't believe in Bernie Sanders. Everything is framed against them, and generally believe in the screen candidates like Joe Biden. So is it inconvenient fact for them that the guy that they think is more likable, and more electable is just like the person who was less electable so much? So this she lost the Donald Trump. So I want to hear a little more about why it's not a good strategy to work with Republicans, the pipe partisan argument that we keep hearing from Biden. Why is that a bad idea? We'll jank answers that question this next clip. Alright Bernie Sanders is obviously a progressive, but to sell the American people that you get things done. Somebody's going to convince them that we can do better than the polarization. Bernie Sanders is at the bottom of the list of working with the other side. Joe Biden's at the top in the field. Yeah. So no, Chris, you're talking about a different time. So right now, if you wanna work with Republicans, you've got to work with Donald Trump, I got no interest in that. No democrat has any interest in that. You got to work with Mitch McConnell, the heart of darkness. He's more corrupt than Donald Trump is when Joe Biden talks about how Dick Cheney was a great vice president lifted more power, and how he liked working with Trump sermon. I don't want any peace of that. I will I don't want to work with Republicans. I want to defeat them, and that is the essence the problem with the Democratic Party. They're constantly reaching out to work with the Republicans their turf. So if they want to do a deal where they do, for example, criminal Justice reform. Find great. I'll take it. I got no problem with that bipartisanship..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The View

The View

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The View

"Subscribe to our podcast to get hot topics delivered every afternoon. And while you're at it rate us in labor review. The weekend starts now because the view is ally Sheen's apart comedian Kevin Hart steps down as host of the Oscars. Ofter anti-gay tweets come back to haunt him. His outgoing congresswoman Mia love feel about President Trump saying he could've saved her from losing in the midterms gave me no load and she lost. She's talking back live on the view and Christmas is coming early. When American idol alums, clay Aitken and Reuben stuttered reunite on our stage. Plus, we're finding out if the co hosts have any shocking hidden secrets from their path you should ask. Let's get this party started with Whoopie. I'll be huntsmen joy Behar sunny. Hostile Meghan McCain and Ana Navarro now, let's get things started. Well, good morning, everyone and welcome to the beer. The Oscars are looking for a new host this morning because just two days after they asked Kevin Hart to do it. He stepped down after anti-gay tweets from his past emerged his what he said about it yesterday watch. So just got a call from the academy and that called basically say, Kevin apologize. He tweets old or we're going to have to move on the fundamentals so much tweets in two thousand nine two thousand ten I showed the past past when? Reason why pass because I've addresses several Tom regardless academy, I'm thankful and appreciative of the opportunity if it goes away. No harm. No foul. Eventually, he did apologize. He said he's bowing out. So he's not a distraction on a night. That's supposed to celebrate artists. He said he's sorry for this before he has he's apologized before. So how many times does he need to apologize to you think? Or is it is he is he cooked. What's the story? He sometimes you got to eat some crow before you get your dream job. Right. He said he's wanting this is like a dream come true for him to do. So my biggest issue besides the tweets, which we will not read on the show. But if you'd like to go, see just how terrible, and vulgar, and homophobic. They are go right ahead. But I would warn you. My biggest issue was his non apology apology. I mean, why not use this as a platform to go out there and speak to one of the biggest audience is you have in the year on television. So you think he should have gone ahead. Oh, absolutely used it rock Huston. Yeah. That's my opinion. You know, the Oscars. And a lot of would show particularly lately since Trump has been president have been a platform for Hollywood to criticize this president for discrimination for racism for homophobia. So I do think that they are and they should be held up to a higher standard. If they are going to have that standing of then, you know, pointing the finger at others at the same time. I think you've got to let people and give people a chance to evolve in two thousand and nine gay marriage was not legal Barack Obama Hillary Clinton. Nobody was pro-gay marriage, except I think you and me, you know, on the on the Republican from homophobic remote. Right. But I, but I what I what I'm well. Listen, we there have been. There has been such a perception change your social change, the largest in our lifetime regarding gay rights, gay marriage equality. I'll GB in the last ten years we have seen. I think a lot of people have evolved. And we've got to give them a chance to do that. And he has apologized for it before the problem that I have. With it is sort of. And I think Megan you agree, this kind of mob mentality that we that. We're seeing these forced apologies. Everybody's sort of jumping on the bandwagon. Not allowing people to evolve not allowing people to a own up to things I think it was so weird to me was he has apologized for this before. Yeah. And for the academy to then force him to apologize again. I just I don't understand that. And there has been this mob. Now that saying, you know, he's a horrible person. He's a horrible person and the tweets were despicable. But when when is enough. I just I obviously agreed that the tweets are scoring and the LGBT advocate Asper you early on Anna. When y'all are this. From the Republican party that was very rare. When making a nice sign that migos..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"If you if you look if you look at the situation that that America's in in many ways, you see Donald Trump and his affect mirrored in politics on a local level for many Republican politicians. It has now become a clear choice either you are with Donald Trump or you have to see a way out of the Republican party and people like Jeff flake have chosen people like Paul Ryan saying I'm out of the game. And then you have people like politicians locally like the Sanctis who have run specifically on a message of IM, everything that Trump embodies. Are you seeing that connecting with people? Certainly certainly so primary. Look Rhonda Santa's is Donald Trump's parasitic twin? But for Donald Trump. Ronda Sanchez would not have won the Republican primary rights and even after the primary instead of distancing himself from Trump. As for example, Rick Scott has done who's treating him like Zico mosquito. Ron the scientists embraces him. Donald Trump is going to be rallying for Rhonda Sanders and Florida today, and again before the elections, and so he's you know, he's modelled himself as a mini Trump. He is now saying that he too agrees with repealing the fourteenth amendment through executive order rice ridiculous and unconstitutional. And that's just the way he's playing Donald Trump had so much to do on both sides in deciding primaries often, the ones who won in Republican primaries for the ones who embraced him, the most and the ones who won in democratic primaries where the ones who opposed them and confronted him the most, and, you know, unfortunately, many of the Republicans so many of the Republicans who tried to stand up to Trump who tried to rebuke him when he merited are either retiring like flake have lost elections. Or have died. And so you are you are left with Republican party that is more and more like Trump and that depends on him. A knows him more run. The fantasy wins in Florida. He owes it to Donald Trump. He is indebted to Donald Trump at that point. Donald Trump owns the guy. But then here's a question. I have for you as a Republican who says you've been a Republican your whole life. We always speak about it as if Donald Trump operates in isolation as politicians operating isolation, but somebody has to vote for them, and if Republican votes voting for these people and Republicans choosing people who go with Trump Republicans are choosing to oust people like Jeff flake choosing to oust people who stand up to Donald Trump. Then do you think that maybe there was a side of the Republican party that either you were not seeing or you choosing to not see? And. Two things happened. I think you're right. I think there was a shift in the base an a side of it that many of us didn't see including the fifteen other Republicans who ran for the Republican primary people like Jeb Bush, people are John casick. But I also think Trump brought out a different type of people at different class of people. He brought out people who had not been engaged in politics or who had not been motivated to vote. But we saw that with the male bomber funding of people said he wasn't political and then Donald Trump ignites at something in him. So he look I think that was not intended. I'm not sorry, excuse the pun. You know, like him or not I think he has a woken something in America on both sides. I think he has brought out people on one side. But on the other on the democratic side were also seeing people more engaged for seeing candidates running for the first time. We're seeing more LGBTQ people of color women running candidates because because they got energize because they got enraged because they decided to be part of the process. I think you you the metoo movement in large part to Donald Trump and women who said because women were silent. And didn't talk about the Donald Trump issues. Be right. We ended up with him as president. And and that ignited frustration and anger and women that motivated them to speak up and not remain. Silence. And and stick together in numbers. So when you look at let's say Florida, so let's look at the governor. Race. You look at a race between Andrew gillum Rhonda sciences, and you see Gillam exciting people in a different way. You see people who engaged with him not just on policy..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"I'm not about to get shock for some candy. Didn't get shut for some candy was that king size reece's shoot me in the leg in the leg. And you don't amazes me about America as a whole is that every single year on Halloween. There's always somebody who's not happy with just being sexy. Dracula sixty Frankenstein know, they've gotta take it to fall. A father in Kentucky is been criticized dressing five year old son up as Hitler the Halloween. Costume was posted on social media by Brian Goldbach. He says the Ridgely did it for historical purposes. But now admits this was probably a bad idea. Not everybody has the. Devotion to winning history that I have is. I don't know. Okay. I I don't think we should be calling that a costume. All right. That was a uniform. Okay, costumes things you can buy WalMart's that should have something you discover the stores unit Argentina, that's what that was. Can I say? I just say. It's pretty clever how he dressed himself up as a regular Nazi address. These kid has hit LA. He's just wondering excuse in case things went wrong. You'd be like, look, I was just following orders. I mean, he came up with the master plan. That's not me. There's a souvenir reasons that it's a terrible idea to dress. A little kid is Hitler like someone could see the kid walking and be like baby Hitler. This is my chance. Oh, and speaking and speaking of baby Hitler prison. Trump is in the news again. Surprise surprise. Don't do vote Kissem asparagus. This time President Trump is in the news. He doesn't need a special day to scare people. He doesn't every day and his latest trick is latest trick has everyone scoots President Trump believes his signature is enough to stop what's known as birthright citizenship established in the fourteenth amendment, which says all persons born or naturalized in the United States our citizens. They're saying I can do just with an executive order. Now, how did the only country in the world? We're a person comes in has a baby and the baby is essentially a citizen of the United States for eighty five years with all of those benefits. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. And it has to end. Wow. So Trump Trump Trump plans to singlehandedly change the constitution. That's like hearing that worn piece is going to be edited by guy Fieri. That's what that's like to me because basically Trump wants to make it. So that if you'll parents on American, and then you'll born here, you won't automatically be American anymore. And honestly things Trump is only doing this. Because he's hoping it'll kick his kids out. Is just like this is going to be out there. Like sorry, Eric so sorry. Eric your mom was an immigrant. You gotta go Eric. You gotta go. Feel bad. There's no fear. How can we vote could gets to stay? There's a hotness exception. I didn't write the law, which is wholly did take it away, boys. Take him back to Mexico. Now, obviously, obviously, let's be real folks. You don't need to be a genius to realise that Trump's not talking about babies that come from Norwegian JJ's. No, he wants to wipe out the constitution. So that he can whiten America. That's what he's trying to do here. Unfortunately, though for him. Unfortunately for him. There are some people who read who disagree with him. Of course, he can't do that the reason the constitution. It's very clear that an executive order executive action cannot do it by itself and also a continental opera passer by no means the president unilaterally amend the constitution. Republican House speaker Paul Ryan said the president cannot change current law by himself. Well, you obviously cannot do that you cannot end birthright citizenship with an executive order. Wow. Paul Ryan finally standing up to Donald Trump. Wow. How? How? I guess I guess Halloween. He's going someone with bowls look at that. Tam Paul Ryan..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I do a version of this podcast. He was the first show I did, and it was any also came to the institute of politics. Even though I had been pretty instrumental in the campaign that defeated him in two thousand and eight. And you know, we came to be friends and I, I admire him. I didn't agree with them all the time, but, but they're so much about him that I it mind. I found that whole weekend of. Of his that week really that he orchestrated of his of his after his death culminating in that service in Washington to be an extraordinary thing. But I also made me sad because everyone got together and sort of locked arms for a few hours that was the Saturday before the cabinet hearings began. And then Monday, you know, everybody's talking said, well, maybe this new beginning, maybe John McCain is sparked a sense of come rotary that was missing rekindled our sense of common purpose and on and so forth. Didn't happen. John McCain, look, he was extrordinary. He, he really wasn't extrordinary force an extraordinary personal story. You know, this is a guy who came from a tradition of service to country and putting country first and lived his entire life. That way he volunteered to go into the service. Seventeen has to get his mom to sign off on it, you know? And this is a guy who was everything. We just said that Trump is or is not. McCain was the opposite. He is. He was humble. He did have the humility to recognize when he had made mistakes, whether it was Martin Luther King or whether it was, you know something he may have said to a friend that might have offended them. You know, he happened more than once. No, he had what happened to hear the temporal. I listen one night must've been about four years ago or so. We were having dinner in Washington, John McCain, Cindy, his wife and Lindsey, Graham myself, and I made some sort of, you know, snarky and unavo- comment about Sarah Palin. I don't even remember what it was. It wasn't as anything very significant and it was arkie and he got incredibly angry at me because he always felt this level of, you know, John was always that navy pilot. He was always the, yes, ma'am. Yes, sir. He had this chivalry about him. This old fashioned chivalry and he. Felt somewhat protected. He always felt a little bad that he had done this to Sarah Palin and put her in this position. It was. He, he knowledged that he wished he hadn't have that. He wished he'd pick Joe Lieberman he, you know, it was two different things. He didn't say he wished he hadn't picked Palin. He said he wished he had picked Joe Lieberman and I've, no, you're president, right. Well, I know you're a lawyer, so you've studied this, but I spoke to, you know, having had experience with John and spoken. Then I spoke to Mark Salter his co writer, co author, and they are two different things in John's mine. And Mark tried to clarify that, but so we were having dinner, and I made some snarky comment about Sarah Payne and got limit at me. I'm talking red in the face, you know, punching the table got up to leave a livid at me, Cindy. And Lindsey were sitting there like statues not moving, and I kept saying to John, you've gotta come down and you've got to stop this. And what are you doing you and I love each other. What are you doing anyways? We had. We had it out. It was it was a scene. It was ugly, but I can tell you he. Spent days after that calling me and apologizing for for the outburst, but it was. It was this is you a Senator John McCain? I was, you know, I was nothing. And here he was, but I was his friend who had worked with him and with whom he had a relationship and he treated everybody like that. When we campaigned, he traveled with a collection of friends that went from, you know, people that he had been in prison with and people that he had been in the navy with some of them were poor..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Here's a guy who you know in New York was never accepted by the elites of the business elites the socially -letes and I saw him a rube as Ron John well, as yeah, as a used car salesman, none of them would do business with him and in a sense, he's wreaking his revenge, you know. But I still think he in some ways he wants that approbation in in the one of his, you said he has a genius for this narrative. I mean, the w-. Way he is treated by elites is something that he's actually turned into his political advantage because there are a lot of people in this country who feel disrespected by elites who who looked who feel like they're looked down upon. And he's kind of rallied those people in a kind of grand exercise in in resentment, and it's become a powerful of political force and in certain ways, they're not wrong out there that I mean, there is a. I mean, sometimes we look at these issues through the prism of New York City in Washington DC and really lose touch with the lives of people out there. And you know my my question is, is he making those lives better, but he did identify the fact that those folks feel like they've been disrupted their economic chances disrespected by elites. And I think he himself has lived a life where he's wanted the approbation of elites, but it hasn't gotten it and. That's part of his political gestalt. You know, a war on the elites. I'll call every elite, I know and asking them to, please be nice to him and see if we can live. Lindsey, Graham said you want Donald Trump isn't complicated. All you have to be nice to him and he'll be nice to you. If you're not nice to him, he won't be nice to you, which you know is seems a little childlike, but but but it seems also to be true if people say nice things about him. Look at Kim Jong UN, you know, is now fully embraced the world's worst human rights violence. You have got to have thought to yourself when when when he said at that rally that he came Jong fell in love. You have got to have been thinking to yourself my God, if Barack Obama had ever said anything like that, he would have been burned an effigy without a lot of things that Trump does that that would go in that category. You know if he if he, I remember I remember when. When Obama did the reversal of the Cuba policy and went down to Cuba took in that baseball game sitting next to roll Castro eating eating popcorn. I was. I was very mad. I was very angry. I thought, you know, what are we doing? Why are we giving such legitimacy to a murderous dictator and most Republicans, I'm so old David. I actually remember when Republicans were against communist murderers dictators and now all of a sudden I, you know, I see them the same people who are angry at Obama for sitting with Raul Castro. I see them justifying explaining coddling, you know, be being a an enabler, hooter kindle. I hear you. I agree with you, and this is something that I'm sure really, really angered Senator McCain in his final in his final year years because he felt so strongly on these issues. I will say this in defense of the president that I work for you, you may not have liked and they may not have liked that. He sat at a baseball game with our little Castro, but on that same trip, he also stood on a platform and challenged Rao Castro on on human rights and Castro is very angry about it. So you know, I actually don't. I think it's better that we're talking to North Korea and not talking to them, but what we shouldn't do is ignorant. The, you know, the fact that Kim Jong UN is a is a brutal dictator, and for Trump to whitewash that and now Yusup er lives to describe this guy is mind boggling and you're. Right? The fact that there aren't more Republicans who are willing to step up and say that's wrong. I mean, Lindsey, Graham would have been the first person to to lead that charge, and he may have offered some muted criticism of that. But you know, not to the degree that he would have certainly Barack Obama had said that talk to me about Senator McCain. I know that that you know he was the first guy..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The Republican base making them as angry as Democrats on the, oh, I think there's a lot of Republicans were very angry and how the process went through. I can, you know, I've look, I've got friends who thought this was unfair, who are all ginned up against, have an ATI and against Feinstein. And you know, and I'm like, what the hell does that have to do with Christine? Blasio Ford? Can we focus on? You know, the issue at hand. What what does that have to do with judicial temperament? What does that have to do with judicial independence? I think there's a lot of, you know, Republicans who voted for Donald Trump, precisely. Because he promised a conservative court. He promised that, you know, one of the smartest things Trump didn't. That entire election was bring out that list of approved jurists and he had to have. Rusted who held their nose and voted for him telling us, you know, under their breath that they couldn't stand them that he, they were repelled by him, but they were voting for him because of the supreme court. So here's a question now that there are two justices on the supreme court. Cavenaugh wasn't on the original list, but he's been blessed by the federalist society, which is the generator of lists for the right will that translate into? Will that translate into votes in November six, you know, in my experience, people don't come out because they're happy with what happened. They generally come up because they're not. But Senator McConnell was, I would have to describe him as giddy if you can imagine what giddy, Mitch McConnell looks like on Sunday. It looks. Like the unguessed giddy giddy are, but but in any case, he he said, you know, the the Democrats have done what we couldn't do for our selves. They've energized our base and so on. Ju expect that on November six month from now that this will be will look back and say, that was a watershed event in this campaign. And if so, will it be women and others who were offended by what happened here coming up because they're angry about the result? Or will it be a Republican or conservative voters? Who appreciate the appointment are mad at Democrats for the process. I don't know. I don't know. I think anybody that tells you look all the polls are saying that the cap with women is historic historical and getting larger by the day with everything, whether you max out on that..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"That confirmation by the president and his allies in the Senate and outside of government has totally discounted the pain and trauma out there. This is confirmation process that broke the country. Look, I thought I thought cavenaugh should have withdrawn. I thought he should have withdrawn. Donald Trump was never gonna, get rid of him and and the Republicans were never going to give up on him. And I think that he puts into, I think he's what he's doing to the integrity of the court, I, which is something which is an institution that that had deep respect in America which is more than you can say for congress or the presidency. Right now, I think what he's doing to the integrity of the court, I think the entire message that it sent to victims of sexual assault was terrible. And for that, I thought he should've withdrawn. I think he should have withdrawn for his own family. This is not over if he thinks that because he's going to be wearing a black robe because Justice of the supreme court it's over. It's not his obituary is going to say he got confirmed by the narrow margin in history because he was accused of sexual assault and confirmation process that deeply divided the country. And he's going into that court with over fifty percent of America, believing that he lied and that he's disqualified to be and that court. And so for his own sake, for. Family sake. This is going to continue chasing them in the environment that we're living now. And I thought Donald Trump should appoint another and I assume point another conservative who the Democrats should have said, we're going to quickly move on on the confirmation process. None of that happened. It was for not, but what was not for not was Christine Ford's testimony and how it opened up the floodgates and gave women all around the country and in the world courage to come out and speak share. They're they're paying share the stories of shame that they had kept silence for so many decades. It's watershed moment. This is another Harvey Weinstein moment where women have found their voice where women have lost women, some men because it's always, you know, we always call it women, but there's some men who are also victims, and I think it's going to change the country we have had. We've had conversations around. Dinner tables and around TV panelists tables and around the water cooler. And you know, I have friends who've got kids in fancy prep schools like the ones that Christine Ford and. And judge cabinet, I attended who are telling me that those schools are spending a lot of time talking about consent and teaching the students, young students will consent means. So I, I hope that these conversations in this level of awareness that we have had is a positive thing that moves us forward. What about the argument? The president's been making the last week that this is a terrible time to be a young man. Men are accused and presumed guilty. You know, I, I ask you without prejudice where I have a prejudice and it's not on that side of the equation. Although we still are sorting through how to deal with some of this, how to get to the truth of these things because the nature of these kinds of salts are that there. Although in this case she said there was a witness who was never actually questioned by the Senate Judiciary committee, but the nature these things are many of them come down to a. He said, she said, sort of thing, but I thought it was kind of peculiar argument for him to be making in the moment. He is. So Trump is so savvy at building. Narrative and spinning it to his favorite. You know the narrative now is that the the men are the victims. Of course, he saying this, you talk about saying it without prejudice. He saying with prejudice or somebody who's got over fifteen credit sations of sexual assault against him. But also it's about energizing..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Lindsey, Graham who I've known as my friend and I've liked, that's my fun as hell to hang out with and Bank with and joke around with and pal around with and the political person which is hard to do. When when that friend you like to Palo around with, are you a Senator? You know what you just said about making a down payment on the primary in the pro for the primary twenty twenty. It's it cuts against the crane the grain. It's something he has not done before. This is a guy who took a huge hit in South Carolina for being a proponent of immigration reform, and he knew it and he never shied away from it. He never scared. He was never scared of embracing tackling importing it. And so that's who he is. That's been, but one wonders of Trump whether this is what survival mode looks like. I, I don't know what's going on with him. Part of it is I remember. I mean, we remember we have gone through several cycles now of where Trump and Lindsey or hook that happen. And then when they're hating each other, you know, this is not. They go through those very difficult and roller coaster, emotional relationship with bromance very weird. But. You know, I remember when he started trying to get closer to Trump in palling around with Trump, playing golf with Trump and saying nice things about Trump. He had a very specific goal in mind which was to try to pass immigration remote form and get Trump to endorse and support an immigration deal that frittered away completely failed fell on its face and they went through another cold period. Now they're back to warming up and I, you know, I've got to wonder if there is something that he is strategically working towards. Maybe it's not firing Muller, maybe it's, I don't know. This is just all speculation. He is doing psychobabble. I know we don't really know. He has at times intervened and counseled Trump nut to fire Muller council, not to fire sessions at least before the, although, you know, he warmed up to the notion that sessions has to go, but not until after the midterm elections. And so I don't know what the long game is, but it is a stark departure for him in some ways to to play the role that he's playing. You think he was genuinely irritated. And like I said, I haven't spoken to Lindsay and you know this relation. But I, I remember when Sonia Sotomayor was getting confirmed was for her voted for her. I remember calling him and asking him, I called him. I called John McCain. I called Mel Martinez memoir, and Lindsey voted for her McCain did not. And so I do think I do think he's upset at the way this process has. Played out this process, horrible. It's become ridiculously ideological and where people have made up their minds for the most part even before the nominee has a mother union get into and you're, I absolutely agree with that. You get into these discussions though, and then you get into sort of the biblical. Where did it all begin kind of thing started with Bork and then this and then that you know, a lot of people Democrats were really, really offended when McConnell blockaded America Arlen for year, and then shove cavenaugh through here before the midterms. And now says, well, if I if Trump has a pick in the final year, we'll probably and And that that is. is the hypocrisy of it on the inconsistency. And you know, trying to find loopholes in order to make an argument saying, well, you know, it's one thing if it's election year where, but now I'm not only talking about any lection year. I'm only talking about an election year when the party that's not the party of the president is in power in the Senate. I mean, getting more and more well, com raw, hard politics, and he has, as you know, because you travel in these circles, he's made himself. He was despised by the Republican, right? Who thought about him as the ultimate swamp creature. He's now certified his, his credentials with that group was this mice by the Republican, right? Mitch McConnell was despite try to take him down there were there was active campaign to beat not anymore, not Cosby because because of this, I will tell you this one of the reasons that Barack Obama nominated Merrick, garland in two thousand and six. Team was because garland with someone who was widely admired by both Republicans and Democrats and was a, you know, a Santa, right?.

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I pity the full. That goes to Miami. I grew up in Manhattan. It's not unusual people get screamed at him, but not for that for that. So. What we we've had. We agree on this obviously, but it's also true that Trump has used these issues to great advantage in terms of capturing the Republican nomination, the guy you're close to Jeb Bush with whom you worked in Florida ran and he, he said, he, he said that immigration or that bring your children here legally or illegally is an act of love because people are want to do for their families. He was. Destroyed for that for that. Your party is not a pro immigration party right now. It's not. And you know, I think I think you know Spanish. We have saying Nipe our Ciego can. Okay. There's no worse blind person that than he does not want to see. And I think I think Jeb didn't wanna see it or be part of it. And I think I didn't wanna see it. So I think you know, I think Jeb when Jeb ran the, the base had shifted. There was a change in the Republican base, and there were what was it fifteen? Sixteen others running many of them seasoned politicians veteran campaigners who had been elected many, many times run many campaigns who didn't sense. It didn't see and to his credit Donald Trump somehow, you know, this billionaire brash. A guy who lives in a gold gilded tackiest Halloween, ask me, you know, you're like scraper. I don't like all toilets somehow was able to to censor that these these other folks weren't, but. He sensed it. He there also was this mood. I mean, there was a growing mood within the Republican party you saw. I mean, guys like Steve king and others in rural America who have made him a Gration co back down in Kansas, who's now the Republican candidate for governor. I only saw them as outliers. I, I mean, I've always seen Steve king is really one of the most. He's he doesn't even reach the level of mediocre encompasses a guy who's never actually passed anything. He's, you know, he's a yahu with badly coordinated clothes that may here who's only niche and who's only recent of existing is to say bad things about immigrants who knows never really gotten anything, much accomplished and on immigration or any other issue despite being congress. Now, for you know, double digits along longtime. I wanna ask you about a couple of reason Florida in a minute, but right now you'd say the odds favored Democrats taking the house that Republican caucus in the house is going to be closer to Steve king Republican than a than a, you know, a Jeb Bush Republican it. It's gonna make that caucus even more right wing more anti-immigrant more seen. We've seen in the in the last two years certainly in the last eighteen months, and I will tell you, we've definitely seen at laid bare in front of us in the last eighteen days the Trump affiliation further Trump affiliation of the Republican party. You see it in a person like Lindsey, Graham who who I've, I've known has been a friend of mine for many, many years. The way he's talking these days and the way he's acting UCF. Even somebody. Who I've considered a very mature and deliberative Senator like John Cornyn, you know, celebrating with champagne the the confirmation of the cabinet appointment. So yeah, I think I think you know, it's getting harder and harder to deny that there is a Trump -cation. Thinking of Lindsey, Graham, who I know as well, and you know him as an ally of your old friend, John McCain. Do you think that Lin's my interpretations that Lindsay is looking ahead to two thousand and twenty understands that if he were Lindsey, Graham of two thousand and sixteen that he could likely get a primary and lose a primary in South Carolina. So he's making a down payment on his continued tenure in congress. But I'm wondering if you have a different idea about what's going on. He he's, you know, he was the clearest pro immigration reform pro climate change a guy who like McCain was willing at times to reach across the aisle, and now he's become really one of the most vocal defenders of Trump. I don't know what's going on with him. I tend to give him a call. You know, for me, I need to separate the.

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"It's all to worth noting though that that is not the impression that this is who the in the main these people are who are coming to this country is terribly unfair and misleading is the incidence of crime among these immigrants is lower than the general population. Most significantly lows. People come here to work and build a better life for their families. And yes, they should come legally and and we. We are. We have to have enforcement the border and so on. We also to oughta have some. It seems to me humanity for those people who are fleeing fleeing gang violence and fleeing dictatorships, and fleeing, you know, enduring these unbelievable risks in order to try and have a better life for turn this around on you were there. I remember you know, the two thousand eight election, the promise that then candidate Obama made to pass a migration reform in the first year, he passed healthcare reform, what? What? What went into that choice? And you know what was the deliberative process of trying to do it not to do it. What was it like behind the scenes? Well, you know, when you're in the White House and you're in dealing with congress, you hear a lot about those sort of pipeline of legislation and how much that pipeline can. Contain we. We tested it to the max in two thousand and eight to two thousand nine, two thousand and ten in part because of the things we had to ask of for in order to deal with the financial crisis to start with. But the, you know, the, I think there was a sense that we could go back and get and get immigration reform done. What was very clear was that there wasn't there wasn't enormous enthusiasm from the leaders to take that on along with the other things that we had taken on. And alternately it did pass through the Senate. Never got a vote in the house. The dream act got fifty five oats. I think in the Senate needed sixty. So not deep. It's a deep regret at. I've a goes back to this thing about how everything live is about timing. I've had conversations with former President, George W Bush and with Karl rove where they talk about the regret of not having done immigration reform and that you know, because they chose to do social security reform road and got so badly host at it. You know so many Republicans at that point decided to turn on him and in abandoned him. That's where he really became the lame duck. There was no more political capital do something as controversial as immigration reform. They, you know, they, they sometimes I think, ask themselves, have we done in reverse. I was with Carly other. He spoke about the decision move forward on that. He look, I think they deserve credit for your. They brought a different sensibility than the one we see today about the need for 'immigration reform and had they done it. I think it would have redound to their benefit. End the benefit of the Republican. My, that's one of my issues and my, you know, one of my first issues with Trump he, he lost me at hell. Well, no, it wasn't. Hello. He lost me at Mexicans are rapists and criminals, and there's some good people too. I, you know, for of, I'm not Mexican, but I realized that you know the, we're all in this together and that when people think of immigrants, they mostly think of people that come in south of the border who sound like me and look like me and have names like man, hair color like mine. And it pisses me off to know their asses off when they get brain picking pick the grapes. And you know. Raise the poultry and the and get there isn't a hotel in the city who restaurant in the city, and they're also the surgeons and the teacher ups and the cops. Some of them who are buried in Arlington, these these dream act kids splendid kids. I mean, I've spent time with them. You've spent time with them. Station of the demonization the us versus them. The demonization of immigrants I think is one of these fabricated culture wars that Trump feeds and it. It's really affecting the country. When you see knowing you see a Puerto Rican woman, she's not. That's not even an immigrant debt a cost screamed at in Chicago for wearing a shirt with a Puerto Rican flag. Or when you see to women in Manhattan, out of all places get screamed at and harassed and verbally abused because they happen to be speaking Spanish..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Probably no more singular presence in the commentary today on our politics than Ana Navarro, who you see frequently on CNN read frequently on Twitter, leading never-trumper in the Republican party. Shelter says a incredible story that began in Nicaragua Esat Dow Ana, a couple of days ago at the institute of politics, and here's that conversation. Ana Navarro, everybody knows you, first of all, welcome. Welcome to here and welcome to the institute of politics. There's gonna be something resembling fall weather and Chicago, and it's always say to me, you will come to Chicago only in the fall and the spring, but not in the summer winter. And we, we provided warm weather for you because I know as a Floridian you would not be happy. Seasonal weather. I simply would not come. I think that there was some contractual arrangement to provide an eighty degree day where you in the middle of October. So. But people see a lot of you and they hear a lot from you and you've become sort of one of the really most watched never-trumper voices out there with Republic, but people don't really know that much about your history and your background. So I just wanna ask you a little bit about that about your family in your born in Nicaragua your family Nicaraguan. And tell me about your mom and your dad. My mom and dad. I grew up in a small town in Nicaragua its culture and data mainly-agricultural near Honduras. The border with hunter. Have you been there? No. Because you've never invited. Well, it's a little rough there at the moment. The dictator has decided to be a dictator again, and you know we, there was a revolution was in Easter Lucien. There was a, I was a right wing dictator who lasted decades, his family, and then there was a revolution. We ended up fleeing to Miami my mom and for before we back up your, your grandfather was murdered in Nicaragua's at a politically. It wasn't. My grandfather was a landowner, large landowner, and there was, you know, he got, he got robbed and he got shot during the robbing us. He was going down a dirt path at that moment time in his car to pay the to do the weekly payments of the of the workers. And he got robbed and he got, he got shot in twenty. Then he she was younger than that even and it was something that was life changing, and you know, look Nicaragua's. This is a beautiful country, incredible natural resources, Pacific Ocean and Atlantic Ocean. It's greenery. It's so many natural resources, but it suffered from political and natural disasters. One, it's not a earthquake. It's a dictatorship when it's not a dictatorship. It's a hurricane. When it's eight, nine hurricane, it's a left wing revolution. And dictatorship. And so it's had a very difficult decades my entire lifetime. There's been some sort of political strife going on in the country, and your father was active in the contras fighting the my father was my father, never quite moved to Miami for the longest time. So initially it was just my mom and my siblings in Miami. My dad's stayed behind trying to hold onto the properties and playing GI Joe. He ended up in the mountains of Costa Rica and as part of the revolutionaries as part of the anti revolutionaries as part of the contrast, which is people ask me often these days why I'm Republican why I'm still a Republican and you know, you've got to remember, look, I know there's a lot of people that have a lot of one of those people ask that question. Well, I could ask him same question. I think I could answer a better than he is what I've tell him compelling David. I was a Republican one Trump was democrat. And I was a Republican with independent that wasn't it light and I'm Republican now while he's just pretending to be one. But so I've always heard about the nineteen sixties and how John f. Kennedy there were every every Irish family and every Latin family had a picture of John f. Kennedy on their mantle, and that's how it was. If in the Cuban-American community in the garage wouldn't community with Reagan because of the Cold War because he stood up against communism and that you know, that meant something to us..

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"ana navarro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"ana navarro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hammer and nigel believe he's chairs weirdos todd ninetythree wibc did you see what the quote unquote conservative voice of cnn ana navarro tweeted out about trump and mlk that hack if you support trump please spare us the mlk fifty tweets railway my name is nigel that's jason hammer over there yesterday i mean we started off the show with the speech from rfk here in indy indian how he had to announce everybody that mlk had died and look i'm not a guy that makes sappy online statements or twitter statements but i am i allowed to support the things that mlk stood up for and i thought he was a great speaker i thought you know the things that he talked about i you know coming together but i also i've supported things that trump has done am i allowed to do both i don't like everything trump has done a hammer you know me and the trump twitter feed i don't like that he certainly could go about things a little more more delicately when he speaking off the cuff but man my not allowed to like support both see here's the problem yesterday we had the opportunity to kind of all come together you might not like the kennedy family but you respect what rfk did in indianapolis the calm down a horrendous situation so i was kinda hoping that kind of goodwill here in indy with spread all over in the country for one night put aside your politics put aside racial issues and just respect the fact that a great man passed away fifty years ago and an amazing speech took place anna navarro the quote unquote conservative voice on cnn couldn't even give us that literally just a couple of hours after we ended our show she put that ridiculous tweet out if you support trump please spare us the mlk tweets really so i'm a trump supporter i voted for donald trump are you telling me that i can't supporter of dr king now what kind of crap is that that's the peel tolerant left for you right there and yes i'm putting ana navarro in the category of the left and we could stop pretending she's anything but right on the left and the liberal this is another person that was so anti trump hated donald trump with a passion of a thousand fires she knew for sure he was not going to get elected so she went in bed.

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