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"bush putin" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"bush putin" Discussed on The Young Turks

"A big mistake to assume that. Marjorie taylor green or cunanan conspiracy theorists just happened to be a small fringe of the republican party. I think that they're pretty representative of republican voters. And there's that side of it. John but i also think there's this element of never apologize that i think proved to be very successful for donald trump at least in the short term. Donald trump never took responsibility for anything. He did wrong. He constantly served as his best his own best. Pr agent by going around all of his success when in reality he failed in every regard especially when it came to his promises to his republican base like building the border wall which ended up being a complete and utter disaster. He didn't accomplish that at all but it didn't matter. Never apologize tout accomplishments that you didn't actually accomplish and the voters will support you no matter what among republican voters trump left with a high approval rating. I'm talking about republican voters specifically. So i think that those two elements are motivating marjorie. Taylor greene's thinking thinking taking place in the first place. Yeah so so then is the explanation. I get the theory about how it helps them. Branding i get. That is it that she either thinks that they're not going to go through with it. And she's in remain on the committees or she thinking that hell. I didn't really plan on doing any work. Anyway what do i want to be on a committee for. I can still technically be a congress person. And i'll be a martyr to i'll have been cancelled as a congressperson. Is she do you. That either of those is representative of thinking. Likely assuming that she's capable of thinking she might try to position herself as a martyr. But i think that that strategy would be far more effective if democrats booted her from the house of representatives. Which by the way. i'm not even entirely sure. They would have the ability to do that right because she would have to make these types of statements in the official record now. She said all sorts of things on social media enduring her private time that are of course incredibly dangerous. Violent problematic But you know based on how democrats have responded to the possibility of booting her from congress. I think they're realizing more and more. That might not even have the ability to do that and so if they did if they successfully kicked her how to congress she was no longer a person in any position of power. I think that she could successfully present herself as some sort of martyr and i think it would be the wrong strategy for democrats because you're giving her the opportunity to make herself out to be some sort of victim you're providing more fodder for the faux outrage that republicans have for cancel culture. And you're also brushing this ideology under the rug. As if it's just marjorie. Taylor green and a few isolated incidents. It's not again. This is actually pretty of republican voters. Right now yes. Someone in the chat. This morning said in response to bill. Hemmer saying she's just a little kooky they're like no zoe chanels kooky marsha taylor green is dangerous. They're not the same thing because they meet you. This is a fascist. Yeah i part of what i'm trying to understand is with any one of these people To what extent is that a useful griff that they're putting on and to what extent are they true believers and. I believe that you can learn a lot by looking. At someone's is not necessarily in the george w bush putin way but when i looked alex jones is i knew that i was looking into the maw of hell and i knew that that was what he really believes with roger taylor green when you watch her videotaped rant that she was putting up before she declared a candidate. It seemed to me like this is this is. This is a genuine random forty year. Old ish blonde woman on facebook saying crazy things. There's a lot of them and she seemed gen- like like genuinely to be one of those like when she's talking about like an international cable. I feel like a gift. Cer- would know that. It's cabal necessarily dave rubin like ask him to pronounce bolsonaro and he's been there are so there are like but anyway. Yeah i i just. I wonder like one of the I believe that she was in sandy hook. It might have been parkland but someone who lost someone. One of those shootings talked to her recently and she said marjorie green behind closed doors. Said she doesn't actually believe that they were all false flags she won't come out and say it publicly but she said to this relative that she doesn't actually believe it. So is that opportunism. I honestly don't know man that is Pretty devastating and remember. She went after. David hogg literally harassing him on camera and he. He witnessed his peers. His classmates get slaughtered in front of him during the parkland shooting and she decided. It's it's a great idea to go ahead and harass him on camera and claimed that the shooting was nothing more than a false flag operation in an attempt to take guns away from americans. There's horrendous behavior. And by the way. John i mean. She has continued to double down on conspiracy theories. Let me provide two of the latest examples. She tweeted filled with members who supported cheered on and funded criminal thugs who riot burn loot attack police murder and occupy federal property members. Who sleep with our greatest enemy. Mary their brother to get him in our country. Lead them a violent mov mob in neighborhoods and more like so. She's that was an attack on ilhan omar. Partly it's absolutely disgusting but when she's mentioning that violent mob that lutes and attacks police..

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"bush putin" Discussed on Advertising Is Dead

Advertising Is Dead

08:11 min | 4 months ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Advertising Is Dead

"Put it this way january. I usually like so people go to sleep before is like i dog land. They know me and it's like that's that's big. It's it's it's just putting happen is it's too much negativity in the actually this. It's still on. But i think a little bit of positive touch was needed. It was much needed said. Happiness in positive durant. That's what i take at all of your of journalists and look at the canaccord nuclear dieting. That's the common thread there that all of y'all are spreading happiness conveys bidding. What i call the good day. See don slips. Which is it's not a that is the essence of on every actually wants to like for this song anc you when i didn't understand half the stuff user most of the stuff you say but i was still waiting happy schooling through it and i was like i think i watched your spanish. We do the one we teaching spanish in one. Second this one. I got to watch theft favorites together. Goto and Since we started this off before gore better augusta. Dude degrees won't be one. That was that remake. it will last. Because i'm like i've been saying this for your on beacon or get goal but yeah but i'm intrigued. You guys have just brought good vibes and happiness and an and actually want to start with that. I wanna start. But saying he's i mean i'm going to just going to bounce it off bordman you're gonna start something off in creating something water. The things that you Easiest of in your head or is this of areas gonna revealing and figuring out what you're going to do. I'm only a day off so watching you guys and then i don't know it makes me question myself because i really don't have Like you know this. I look at my messages. I actually go through messages. I don't know what you guys do. But i spent like hours. I think i need to stop doing that. 'cause it's like but anyways i really i start writing down like the most popular requests and so i kind of go like that because i don't really have a niche. I've tried multiple things. I've done like comedy den educational. I've done beauty tips like all these different things. I don't know i just i like exchanging because i'm also like my mind like that. I like change quite often I did like some dancing. So yeah i just like because i get bored easy. I just wanna keep entertaining but the other side of that. Is you know some things. Don't rock everybody's vote so it's like i. It's always a hit or miss and that's fine. That's what digital concentrating is all about. You learned from everything and just like kinda going with the if it doesn't make me feel good. I'm not gonna do it. So that ended at the end of the day. If i end like having fun and feeling. The joy and spreading positivity bay. The people watching will feel that as well. And that's like the whole thing behind my contests like feel good energy. Feel goodbye northing along some ago similar age. yes definitely. it's like. I think creating i do originally like anti like i said i don't do it if somebody this guy do it if i like it if i love it it's like very and if you see my song collection it's like you know what i'm really like working out or i'm walking and i put it on youtube playlists right. That's the that's the thing. I wanna dance on like. That's that's it so it's like nothing is going off even people that make videos Bake extremely the song and As that's a bad so i think i do. Visualize i would not say like apartments not everything. Everybody's gonna like it so if you like it you're happy and i think that's what matters the most our not lie. Send my videos to fifteen to twenty people before hosting into that list. It's going to hit scored talked with the added. Oh oh my goodness. But i do have people even my friends and like some people like some people like bumps. Okay thanks for giving me ideas. I like it. I love you goes like it's like the end of the day my best friend you know. What are you gonna do. You're gonna post you like that's how it matters like. That's so you do. Get on. And off. But i think that's just a visualization i. Do it comes out. Good sometimes come to a great at times. She figured out. I just feel as affected. You said that that's generally what you do. Places like zoomed. You want to go look for long now. I know that that's part of what you generally research. If you see my playlist on the phone at ghoulish omar denied ibook songs. I levels own. It would school slow. Sad song Making happy as like it's like mike. Metering i can even don stewart i. I can literally be like a. Why are you sad not do something about it. I think it can go wrong Anglophone difficult bush putin song. it's it's crazy. I think that's my mood. That's by gets me. Moving to be honest music does yes nothing. I guess i've watched. That was happy for you. Failed to put it like turn to capture horror. You kind of start. That often haughty gonna think about each piece on for making my content like reset definitely. Visualize what i wanna do before that shooting. And for my on i basically. I'm always on the lookout for ideas. Like i wake up and the first thing online sport can make. Let's do something a little different. Let make something today. and. When i'm outside i just think bateson beaches from my experiences but i like laura newton so i experienced a lot of new stuff and i kind of be those experiences together and then kind of visualize what type of content i can make for my audience. Why what i love making. What's link authentic to me last one. My audience wants to watch. It's like a it's like a it's like the equal balance emerging those and. That's that's why. I think i've been able to elect stay true to myself while also giving the audience what they want because that that's the most important thing in the end of the day. What is it is interesting right. Because it's office office. So relatable like i am want to make but i am like much much older. Say like i'm going to be like fourteen years So so like. I'm like i'm on. You don't know for aids had dropped. You do look for eight. I want to fourteen to an and i have a three year old. And i was overdue and i was trying to come in so that she and i should start making these together. Have fun little like we go to this and she later on audience. You don't dance pop major a darker down. Said i'm gonna i'm convincing That so i was thinking what i find interesting. Is that each So so is it pretty much a luckily subdued. I don't look at these are ten fifteen things. I've just kept the backbone. So they one day. You're like okay. i don't have any idea. Let me go to what i've going to pull down or or do you. Just keep them in your head. I'm gonna let their secret of my this diabetes. Mike carbonite you. Add this to me at all times anything. I see anytime video editor. Don't because the thing about mike on biz title. Make it as funny as best as i can. So it's italy things can happen at any time in my life like you know. I miss those moments. Because if i sit down and relatable.

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"bush putin" Discussed on Mueller Report Audio

Mueller Report Audio

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Mueller Report Audio

"Apology to foresman and forwarded his april twenty-sixth as well as initial march twenty sixteen email to on may two thousand sixteen graph forwarded fours men's april thirty email which suggested an alternative meeting with donald trump junior or eric trump. So that i could convey to them information that should be conveyed to the candidate personally or to someone. The candidate absolutely trusts to policy adviser. Stephen miller no communications or other evidence obtained by the office indicate that the trump campaign learned the foresman was reaching out to invite the candidate to the forum or that the campaign otherwise followed up with horsemen until after the election when he interacted with the transition team as he pursued a possible position in the incoming administration when interviewed by the office. Foresman denied the specific approach. From senior kremlin officials noted in march. Thirty one two thousand sixteen email was anything other than kobe. Calms invitation to russ congress according to foresman concrete things. He referenced in the same email where a combination of the invitation itself or personal perspectives on the invitation and russia policy in general and details of a ukraine plan supported by a us. Think tank eastwest institute. Men told the office that kobe cough had extended similar invitations through him to another republican presidential candidate and one other politician foresman also said the kobe cop had asked for is to invite trump to speak after that other presidential candidate withdrew from the race and the other politicians participation did not work out finally foresman claimed to have no plans to establish backchannel involving trump stating the reference to his involvement in the bush. Putin back was meant to burnish his credentials to the campaign forced commented that he had not recognized any of the experts announced as trump's foreign policy team in march two thousand sixteen and wanted to secure an in person meeting with the candidate to share his professional background and policy views including the trump should decline. Kobe cops invitation to speak at the forum. Section for a to george popadopoulos. George popadopoulos was a foreign policy adviser to the trump campaign from march twenty sixteen to early october. Twenty.

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"bush putin" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"So I just think it's weird like it just doesn't seem like a big deal to me why Muller asking about the invitation to the same Petersburg international forum. Yeah. Good. I was just gonna say, do you have any idea now? It's still kind of boggles eat a little bit. Yeah. Maybe there's a little answers later on. But I mean it's like what who gives? Yeah. I guess, just maybe try to investigate the context of all of his travels or potential travels in vacation can contacts. Yeah, yeah. Just an any. Yeah. Just an invitation. Yeah. It did take Rona graph a couple of weeks here. Check this out because right around the same time, Ronin was preparing that letter a New York investment banker named Robert force men who was a friend of the producer of the apprentice, Mark Burnett reached out to her to Rhona Graff, saying the Russian friends wanted, Trump to speak at the Saint Petersburg investment for him in an initial Email to graph. Right. Foresman said he had a lot of experience with Russia and Ukraine. He's successfully set up backchannel between Putin and Bush, oh, and wanted to meet with Trump. Lou douse guy, or some other relevant person to discuss that, and some other stuff, but he was uncomfortable talking about it in unsecure Email, get on them. So graph over to that Email to another Trump executive assistant in the spring of two thousand sixteen. So maybe this is a big deal because now we've got this guy Foresman a friend of Mark Burnett, from the apprentice coming in Zang, I set up backchannel between Bush Putin. You want me to? Yeah. Hard core. There's so many connections to. It's like the channel is an issue, and then also Mark Burnett. Is an issue with the PP tapes that for the apprentice heard that he has things on Trump himself and all the racist stuff. Be role. Totally unreal. It also makes you wanna go God. Yeah. To my white brain and second, what? But it also makes you want to go back and look at all Bush's foreign policy tie sect every time. I want Matto to a bag man to about that. Oh, yeah. Mark Burnett backchannel. With Bush Bush, backchannel, they go drag me actual quadruple be. There's no bagman in that. But still, it would be a good part because she, she uncovered some crazy Bush it in her bag podcast, which is why I went to body. Absolutely so anyway, after no immediate response force reached out twice more to Rhona Graff. She apologize voted the message Lou in TAOs key. And then in may she forwarded fours, men's April thirtieth Email to Stephen Miller. It's stephen. Right. Not stefan. I hope Stephen just know some guys are like it's stuff on. And he just seems like pretensions that Email asked her if she could maybe set up the meeting with Trump junior or Eric. So that Foresman could convey what he needed to convey to Trump to someone that Trump absolutely trusts to this backchannel rain important. I know your friend apprentice Muller found no other communication until forcement contacted the Trump crew to try to get himself job in the administration during transition. And when asked he said he wasn't trying to set up a back channel between Trump and Putin..

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"bush putin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"You like those big trees, the creek and the pond. Well Cherokee forest voices are the folks that will keep them, just like they are. Cared. He Horace ROY says. This is the Tom Hartman program. It's the mullahs report. This is from page seventy eight. It's about Trump's traveling to Russia, and they're talking about Rhona graph Trump's executive assistant graph, as dune Duma, whether she recommended the graph Sunday formal note to the deputy prime minister declining imitation doing reply that a formal note would be great. It does not appear the graft prepared that note immediately, according to written answers from President Trump grafter meaty received an Email from deputy prime minister per code co on March seventeen twenty sixteen again, inviting Trump to participate in the two thousand sixteen form and Saint Petersburg, two weeks later on March thirty first two thousand sixteen graft prepared for Trump's signature a two paragraph letter declining the invitation the letter stated that Trump's, quote schedule had become has become extremely demanding quote, because of the presidential campaign that he already had several commitments in the United States for the time of the forum, but the otherwise would have gladly given every consideration to attending such an important event. Graf forwarded the letter to another executive assistant at the Trump organization with instructions to printed document on letterhead for Trump to sign at approximately the same time that the letter was being prepared. Robert Foresman, a New York-based investment banker began reaching out to graph to secure an in-person meeting with candidate Trump. Cording Foresman he'd been asked by Anton. Kobe cov a Russian presidential aide involved with the Russ congress foundation to see if Trump would speak at the forum for Zeman I e graph on March thirty first two thousand sixteen and a phone introduction. Brokered through Trump business associate Mark Burnett, who produced, the television show, the apprentice in his Email Foresman referenced his long standing personal and professional expertise in Russia and Ukraine is work setting up at an early private channel between Vladimir Putin and former US President, George W Bush and approach, she had received from senior Kremlin officials about the candidate for has been asked graph for meeting with the candidate Corey Lewandowski, or another realm. Eleventh person to discuss this and other concrete things for has been thought felt comfortable discussing over unsecure Email on April four twenty sixteen graph forwarded fours, men's meeting requested, Jessica Macchia another executive assistant to Trump with no response forthcoming. Foresman sent twice twice set reminders to graph I on April twenty six and again in April thirty twenty sixteen graph sent an apology for has been forwarded. His April twenty-sixth, Email as well as his initial, March twenty sixteen Email to Lindau ski on may second two thousand sixteen graph forwarded Foresman April thirty Email which suggested which suggested an alternative meeting with Donald Trump junior, or Eric Trump. So that Foresman could convey to them information that quote should be conveyed to the candidate personally or to someone the candidate absolutely trusts to policy adviser Stephen Miller. No communications or other evidence obtained by the office indicate that the Trump campaign learned that Foresman was reaching out to invite the candidate to the forum or that the campaign, otherwise followed up with Foresman until after the election when he interacted with the transition team as he pursued a possible position in the incoming administration. When interviewed by our office Foresman denied that the specific approach from senior criminal officials noted in his March thirty one twenty sixteen Email was anything other than Kobe cobs invitation to Russ congress. According to Foresman, the concrete things he referred to in the same Email where a combination of the invitation itself for his men's personal perspectives on the invitation and Russia's policy in general, and details of Ukraine plans supported by a US think tank EastWest institute, Foresman told a told the office that Kobe cov at extended similar invitations through him to another Republican presidential candidate, and one other politician for has been also said. That Kobe cov had asked for us man to invite Trump to speak after that, that other presidential candidate withdrew from the race. And the other politicians participation did not work out. Finally four has been claimed to have no plans to establish a channel involving Trump's stating the reference to his involvement in the Bush Putin, backchannel was meant to burnish his credentials to the campaign for has been commented that he had not recognized any of the experts announced, as Trump's foreign policy team, March twenty sixteen in wandered to secure an in-person meeting with the candidate to share his professional background policy views including the Trump should decline Koby odds invitation to speak at the forum. Subset to George popadopoulos. George popadopoulos was a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign from March twenty sixteen to early October. Twenty sixteen in late April twenty sixteen popadopoulos was told by London-based, professor Joseph Masud immediately after soothes return from a trip to Moscow that the Russian government had obtained dirt on candidate Clinton in the form of thousands of emails, one week later on may six two thousand sixteen popadopoulos suggested to a Representative of a foreign government that the Trump campaign had received indications from the Russian government it could it could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information that would be damaging to client candidate. Clinton popadopoulos shared information about Russian dirt with people outside of the campaign, and the office investigated, whether he also provided it to the campaign official to a campaign official popadopoulos in the campaign officials who interacted till the audience office that they did not recall, the popadopoulos past them that information. Throughout the relevant period of time and for several months thereafter, pop up, popadopoulos worked with sued and two Russian nationals to arrange a meeting between the Trump campaign and the Russian government that meeting never came to pass a origins of campaign work in March two thousand sixteen popadopoulos became a foreign policy adviser to.

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"bush putin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"His April twenty six Email as well as his initial, March twenty sixteen Email to Lindau sqi on may second 2016, graph forwarded four events, April, thirty Email which suggested which suggested an alternative meeting with Donald Trump junior, or Eric Trump. So that Foresman could convey to them information that quote should be conveyed to the candidate personally or to someone the candidate absolutely trusts to policy adviser Stephen Miller. No communications or other evidence obtained by the office indicate that the Trump campaign learned that Foresman was reaching out to invite the candidate to the forum or that the campaign, otherwise followed up with Foresman until after the election when he interacted with the transition team as he pursued a possible position. The incoming administration when interviewed by our office Foresman denied that the specific approach from senior criminal officials noted in March thirty one twenty sixteen Email was anything other than Kobe cobs invitation to rest, congress Cording Foresman, the concrete things he referred to in the same Email where a combination of the invitation itself for as men's personal perspectives on the invitation and Russia's policy in general, and details of Ukraine, plants supported by US, think tank, EastWest institute, Foresman told a told the office that Kobe cough at extended similar invitations through him to another Republican presidential candidate, and one other politician for has been also said. That Kobe had asked for a spin to invite Trump to speak after that, that other presidential candidate withdrew from the race. And the other politicians participation did not work out, finally Foresman claimed to have no plans to establish a channel involving Trump stating the reference to his involvement in the Bush Putin. Bac channel was meant to burnish his credentials to the campaign for has been commented that he had not recognized any of the experts announced as Trump's foreign policy team, and March twenty sixteen in wanted to secure an imprison meeting with the candidate to share his professional background policy views including the Trump should decline Koby odds invitation to speak at the forum. Subset to George popadopoulos. George popadopoulos was a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign from March twenty sixteen to early October. Twenty sixteen in late April twenty sixteen popadopoulos was told by London-based, professor Joseph Masud immediately after Mahfouz return from a trip to Moscow that the Russian government had obtained dirt on candidate Clinton, the form of thousands of emails, one week later on may six twenty sixteen popadopoulos suggested to a Representative of foreign government that the Trump campaign had received indications from the Russian government. It could it could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information that would be damaging to client candidate. Clinton popadopoulos shared information about Russian dirt with people outside of the campaign in the office investigated, whether he also provided the campaign official to a campaign official Bava Dobelis, and the campaign officials who me interacted told the audience office that they did not recall, the popadopoulos past them that information. Throughout the relevant period of time in for several months thereafter. Papa popadopoulos worked with sued and two Russian nationals to arrange a meeting between the Trump campaign and the Russian government that meeting never came to pass a origins of campaign work in March twenty sixteen popadopoulos became a foreign policy adviser to.

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"bush putin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Declining the invitation, the letter stated that Trump's, quote schedule had become has become extremely demanding in quote, because of the presidential campaign that he already had several commitments in the United States for the time of the forum, but the otherwise would have gladly given every consideration to attending such an important event. Graf forwarded the letter to another executive assistant at the Trump organization with instructions to printed document on letterhead for Trump to sign at approximately the same time that the letter was being prepared. Robert Foresman, a New York-based investment banker began reaching out to graph to secure an in-person meeting with candidate Trump, according to Foresman he had been asked by Anton. Kobe of a Russian presidential aide involved with the Russ congress foundation to see if Trump would speak at the forum for Zeman I e graph on March thirty first twenty sixteen following a phone introduction, brokered through Trump business associate Mark Burnett, who produced the television show, the apprentice in his. Email Foresman referenced his long standing personal and professional expertise in Russia and Ukraine is work setting up an early private channel between Vladimir Putin and former US President, George W Bush and approach, she had received from senior Kremlin officials about the candidate for has been asked graph for meeting with the candidate Corey Lewandowski, or another relevant person to discuss this, and other concrete things for Zeman thought felt comfortable discussing over unsecure Email on April four twenty sixteen graph, forwarded fours, men's meeting requested, Jessica Macchia another executive assistant to Trump with no response forthcoming. Foresman sent twice twice set reminders to graph I on April twenty six and again in April thirty twenty sixteen graph sent an apology to four has been forwarded. His April twenty-sixth, Email as well as his initial, March twenty sixteen Email to douse key on may second thousand sixteen graph forwarded for April thirty Email which suggested which suggested an alternative meeting with Donald Trump. Junior or Eric Trump. So that Foresman could convey to them information that quote should be conveyed to the candidate personally or to someone the candidate absolutely trusts to policy adviser Stephen Miller. No communications or other evidence obtained by the office indicate that the Trump campaign learned that Foresman was reaching out to invite the candidate to the forum or that the campaign, otherwise followed up with Foresman until after the election when he interacted with the transition team as he pursued a possible position in the incoming administration. When interviewed by our office Foresman denied that the specific approach from senior criminal officials noted in his March thirty one twenty sixteen Email was anything other than Kobe cobs invitation to Russ, congress Cording Foresman, the concrete things he referred to in the same Email where a combination of the invitation itself for as men's personal perspectives on the invitation and Russia's policy in general, and details of Ukraine plans supported by a US think tank EastWest institute, Foresman told a told the office that Kobe cov at extended similar invitations through him to another Republican presidential candidate, and one other politician for has been also said. That Cobra cov had asked for us man to invite Trump to speak after that, that other presidential candidate withdrew from the race. And the other politicians participation did not work out. Finally four has been claimed to have no plans to establish a channel involving Trump stating the reference to his involvement in the Bush Putin back channel was meant to burnish his credentials to the campaign for has been commented that he had not recognized any of the experts announced, as Trump's foreign policy team in March two thousand sixteen in wandered to secure an in-person meeting with the candidate to share his professional background policy views including the Trump should decline Koby odds invitation to speak at the forum. Subset to George popadopoulos. George popadopoulos was a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign from March twenty sixteen early October. Twenty sixteen in late April twenty sixteen popadopoulos was told by London-based, professor Joseph Masud, immediately after Masud's returned from trip to Moscow that the Russian government had obtained dirt on candidate Clinton, the form of thousands of emails, one week later on may six twenty sixteen popadopoulos suggested to a Representative of a foreign government that the Trump campaign had received indications from the Russian government it could it could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information that would be damaging to Clint candidate Clinton popadopoulos shared information about Russian dirt with people outside of the campaign in the office investigated, whether he also provided it to the campaign official to a campaign official popadopoulos in the campaign officials who interacted till the audience office, that they did not recall, the popadopoulos past them that information. Throughout the relevant period of time in for several months thereafter. Papa Pablo has worked with sued and two Russian nationals to arrange a meeting between the Trump campaign and the Russian government that meeting never came to pass a origins of campaign work in March two thousand sixteen popadopoulos became a foreign policy adviser to.

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"bush putin" Discussed on Mueller Report Audio

Mueller Report Audio

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Mueller Report Audio

"The badges for the forum adding Putin is there on the seventeenth very strong chance you will meet him as well On June Thirteen Gene Twenty Sixteen Seder Forwarded Cohen an invitation to the forum signed by the Director of the Russ Congress Foundation the Russian entity organizing forum Seder also sent Cohen a Russian visa application and asked him to send to passport photos according to Cohen the invitation gave no indication that Peskov had been involved in inviting Him Cohen was concerned that Russian officials were not actually involved or not interested in meeting with him as Seder had alleged and so he decided not to go to the Forum on June Fourteen Twenty Sixteen Sixteen Cohen met Seder in the lobby of the trump tower in New York in informed him that he would not be traveling at that time to candidate trumps opportunities to travel to Russia the investigation identified evidence that during the period the trump Moscow project was under consideration the possibility of candidate trump visiting Russia arose into context I in interviews with the Office Cohen stated that he discussed the subject of traveling to Russia with trump twice once in late twenty fifteen and again in spring twenty sixteen according to Cohen Trump indicated a willingness to travel. If it would assist the project significantly on one occasion trump told Cohen to speak within campaign manager Corey Lewandowski to coordinate the candidates schedule Cohen recalled that he spoke with Hausky who suggested tested they speak again when Cohen had actual dates to evaluate Cohen indicated however that he knew that travel prior to the Republican National Convention would be impossible given the candidates pre existing commitments to the campaign second like Cohen Trump received and turn down on an invitation to the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum in late December Twenty Fifteen Mira Duma a contact of vodka trump's from the fashion industry. I pass along invitations for Ivanka trump and candidate trump from Sergei Perko a deputy prime minister minister of the Russian Federation on January Fourteen Twenty Sixteen Rana graph sent an email to Duma stating the trump was honored to be asked to participate in the highly prestigious sports event but the he would have to decline the invitation given his very grueling and full travel schedule as a presidential candidate graph asked Duma whether she recommended the graphs and a formal note to the deputy prime minister declining his invitation Duma replied that a formal note would be great. It does not appear that graph prepared that note immediately the according to written answers from president trump graph received an email from deputy prime minister college go on March Seventeen Twenty sixteen again inviting trump to participate in the twenty sixteen forum in Saint Petersburg two weeks later on March thirty one twenty sixteen sixteen graph prepared for trump's signature a to paragraph letter declining the invitation. The letter stated that trump's schedule has become extremely demanding because of the presidential campaign and that he already had several commitments in the United States for the time of the forum but he otherwise would've gladly given every consideration to attending such an important event graph forwarded the letter to another executive assistant at the trump organization with instructions to print the document on letterhead for trump to sign at approximately the same time that the letter was being prepared impaired Robert foresman a new york-based investment banker began reaching out to graph to secure an in-person meeting with candidate trump according to foresman he had been asked by Anton Kobe cough a Russian presidential aide involved with Ross Congress Foundation to see if trump could speak the forum foresman. I emailed graph on March thirty one twenty sixteen following a phone introduction brokered through trump business associate mark Burnett who produced the television show the apprentice in his email foresman referenced his long-standing personal and professional professional expertise in Russia and Ukraine his work setting up an early private channel between Vladimir Putin and former U._S.. President George W Bush and an approach he had received from senior Kremlin officials about the candidate foresman. Ask Graph for we're meeting with the candidate Corey Lewandowski or another relevant person to discuss this and other concrete things foresman felt uncomfortable discussing over unsecure email on April four twenty sixteen graph forwarded foresman meeting request just to Jessica Macchia another executive assistant to trump with no response forthcoming foresman twice sent reminders to graph I on April twenty six and again on April thirty two thousand sixteen graphs sent an apology to foresman and forwarded his April twenty any six e mail as well as his initial march twenty sixteen email to Lewandowski's on March to two thousand sixteen graph forward enforcements April thirty email which suggested an alternate meeting with Donald Trump junior or eric trump so that foresman could convey to them the information that should be conveyed to the candidate personally or to someone the candidate absolutely trusts to policy adviser Stephen Miller no communications or other evidence obtained by the office indicate that the trump campaign learned the foresman was reaching out to invite the candidate to the form or that the campaign otherwise followed up with horsman until after the election when he interacted with the transition team as he pursued a possible position in the incoming administration when interviewed by the Office foresman denied the specific approach from senior Kremlin officials noted in his March thirty one twenty sixteen email was anything other than Kobe Calms invitation to Rust Congress according to foresman the concrete things he referenced in the same email where a combination of the invitation itself Force One's personal perspectives on the invitation and Russia policy in general and details of Ukraine plan supported by U._S.. think-tank eastwest Institute foresman told the office that Kobe Cov had extended similar invitations through him to another Republican presidential candidate and one other politician Asian foresman also said the Kobe Cov had asked foresman to invite trump to speak after that other presidential candidate withdrew from the race and the other politicians participation did not work out finally foresman claim to have no plans to establish a backchannel involving trump stating dating the reference to his involvement in the Bush Putin backchannel was meant to burnish his credentials to the campaign foresman commented that he had not recognized any of the experts announced his trump's foreign policy team in March twenty sixteen and wanted to secure an in-person meeting with the candidate to share his professional background and policy views including the trump should decline Kobe cops invitation to speak at the forum and that concludes subsection one trump tower Moscow project within section for A..

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"bush putin" Discussed on KGO 810

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11:15 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on KGO 810

"Batchelor. The president of the United States a prime time address about the border and the border security standoff with the democrat MRs Pelosi speaker of the house a very powerful figure in the new hundred and sixteenth congress and Charles Schumer, the minority leader of the Senate who is far less powerful and actually controls nothing in the Senate. The way the rules of the Senate are except for the ability to filibuster that is you need sixty votes to move anything and Charles Schumer commands, forty-nine, very low votes. However, while we heard tonight was these two sides are competing for the interest of the American people on border security. I mentioned that the president character. This as a humanitarian crisis a crisis at the heart a crisis of the soul. That's well written. He then went on to recount details. Statistics about the violence that illegal immigrants are brought to America MRs Pelosi on the other hand at her remarks chose to be a moralist accusing the president of cruel and counterproductive policies this after the other night, she accused she suggested that they needed equal time to counter the president's what she characterized as mala malice and misinformation Charles Schumer spoken tiredly as legislator saying, we the government said the checks out. Let's solve this a piece at a time. I welcome my colleagues, Sebastian Gorka of may. Sebastian Gorka of the new program America first across the country on Salem network, and our colleague, Monica Crowley of the London center for policy research. Ladies and gentlemen, I begin with you Monica, your measure of the president's speech anything that surprise to. He was very sober and unscripted as we've seen him before could evening to good evening, John. Well, this is a really powerful speech. And if we were to single out a single reason why Donald Trump was elected president, and there were many. But I would I think that the single Bush Putin reason he was elected was on this issue of illegal immigration and border enforcement specifically physical barrier. The wall, whatever you wanna call it. So it is befitting that he gave his first Oval Office address addressing this issue and the crisis that is ongoing at the border as he pointed out, not just humanitarian but domestic. Security national security crime it sexual all of the implications of having this essentially wide open border that he has promised to solve going back to the earliest days of his campaign. I think he to livered in a passion speech, although he delivered it sober toned. But the passion behind it is that you cannot have a country without an enforced border. There is no sovereignty and more. Specifically that the United States was still trying to concept of rule of law. If you cannot even enforce your own border, then you have no enforced rule of law. He also spoke to the American people who are suffering economically. And in so many other ways in terms of their physical safety as well by this ongoing fled over many decades have illegal immigration. I think he made his argument. I think it was morally persuasive. I think you know, his only hope was to give this speech in these countries abroad. Moral terms in order to try to change the calculus on the shutdown. And I think he may have moved the ball. A few yards symbol seat polling in the next couple of days. But I think he did an outstanding job of making the case. Sabah very good evening to you, turn your attention to miss pillows. Ian and Charles Schumer standing side by side with an array of frozen American flags behind them. Mrs Pelosi made the moral case that the president's policies are cruel. Mr. Mr. Schumer made the demand, the the process demand of reopen government, and we will continue this argument. Did you find either of them a surprise seven their style? The the high minded Pelosi and the workmanlike Schumer. I think they they have very little option. They have very little room for maneuver, John. I think Monica is absolutely correct. The president with this very measured speech, but powerful speech has moved the debate past the question of a government shutdown when when he listed what a porous border has dumb to America in terms of the suffering. Not just in terms of Americans who have become addicted to drugs the numbers overdose. Every year not just the crimes on the streets of the United States. But also the factual figures for the the third of young women who are sexually assaulted or raped by the coyotes they come across the border. He has reframed the whole issue in terms of a humanitarian crisis and a national security issue perhaps beyond mentioning. You know, the death of of corporal sing and the apples veteran who was raped and then mode specific instances that relate to illegal aliens in the United States. He asked a very very powerful questions on that Nancy and Chuck did not have an answer to in. The question is how much more American blood must be shed before congress does its job he wants to secure the border. The question is do the Democrats, and it will be very difficult for them to come up with a substantial sponsor that that really removes the responsibility from hovering above their heads. I wanna make an observation tonight to the both of you. And then I'd like to switch places and Monica comment on MRs Pelosi in sub comment on the president. I find the this event tonight extraordinary in this way. When Lyndon Johnson addressed the nation in August of lighting, sixty four about the Tonkin Gulf resolution, which we know is the beginning of a tragedy of it. No one thought to ask Everett, Dirksen, the minority leader of the US Senate to speak to the American people in contradiction. No one thought of asking the minority leader of the house of representatives to speak against Lyndon Johnson. It is extraordinarily what happened tonight in some fashion. The television decision acknowledged that. The president's power is limited that he does not speak for all the American people. This is not a state of the union moment where the Democrats get a response polite at the end, this is a moment of policy and yet we've now moved into well as a twilight zone in which. The president's the president's legitimacy is challenged by the networks. Monica. Does that strike you as linen Richard Nixon never had to worry about a democratic response to his to his great silent majority speech nine hundred sixteen. No. But Donald Trump is unique president because he represents an existential threat to all of these forces the media, the deep state permanent bureaucracy, and so they refuse to acknowledge his legitimacy even heading into his third year as president, and that's why they treat him differently. They must destroy them. Because they don't fear failure. They fear his success. That's why they take these unusual methods move to try to water down his message and tried to dilute his presidency. You know, I was thinking about president Nixon's, great silent majority speech, you mention. Lyndon Johnson and so on, but I was thinking grab president Nixon. Well, President Trump was giving the speech tonight because there were similar note in their appealing to the great silent majority, and what they want for their country and an appeal to our foundational principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility. The rule of law strong military to protection of the American people in the American worker the American taxpayer all of those traditional note were sounded by President Trump tonight. And it reminded me both have President Reagan and president Nixon. You talked also about the Democrats. And I suppose we'll talk about MRs in a moment. But one of the reasons why we are in this crisis is because blame lies it defeat of both Republican and the Democratic Party over many decades decades, they created an unholy alliance where the Republicans wanted to keep labor and the Democrats wanted to flood zone fled the country with illegal immigrants that they could eventually make legal and then secure them as as votes to try to secure a permanent democrat voting majority. So that's why we're in this mess and Donald Trump comes in as a consummate outsider saying enough. It's time to fight for the American people and for this country, and we start with move number one, which is securing the border. That's why you see resistance from all sides to what he is trying to do but calling combined a great silent majority. I think they're behind him SEB your response. To the president's deliver tonight. How did you measure it? I'm a big fan of Donald Trump, the stump speech. Are you can see that's a certain type of Donald Trump. He revels in it the mutual energy that he he he runs on when he's in a crowd of twenty thirty forty thousand patriots in the stadium. Tonight was very different Donald Trump. But I think it was the right choice voice was the right choice. He didn't do the the hardcore mega crowd were were were waiting for which was to declare some kind of formal national emergency, which is his right to do. So as the president. But he really created in a very very difficult situation by saying we can solve this problem in a forty five minute meeting, which is factually, correct. As Monica has has recounted the Democrats already created a Bill in two thousand six with he promised all of these things that she promised funding for seven hundred miles of border. They promised an.

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"bush putin" Discussed on KGO 810

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09:18 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on KGO 810

"John and yeti show. Just out on a fishing boat. Couple of weeks ago. That goes sixty seventy miles an hour. Yes. And that will get your attention. I had never been on the water that fashionable before it's a little scary. So last last night on sixty minutes don't have breaks you see. Last night on sixty minutes. Three former Presidents Bush Obama and Clinton talking about George Bush senior and the son George W Bush told the story about Putin. You may have heard of him leader of Russia coming to Kim book part and meeting his dad, George Bush senior and how they went out in the boat. So he said you want to go out and our boat and say, oh, I'd love to go. So Putin has this interpreter. That's kind of a. Much of an outdoorsman. Man opens at full blast. And this guy standing next is. White knuckles. You know, hanging onto the boat. You're gonna live he's cutting through these waves. It's just classic George Bush, Putin, dilly. He loved it. You know, Putin scanner on these macho dudes. Salt spray coming across, you know. And he thought it was wonderful St. interpreters nerve wrack. That's classic w right there that laugh. And he started to say said the interpreter was kind of a any started to say something that started with a P what? And I watch I rewound it to make sure a crowd of Russian. I don't know if he's going to say pansy or what he was going to say any decided say not much of an doors. It's beautiful. I don't know why found that. So funny, obviously, sixty minutes did too because it wasn't important to the whole tenor of the the theme of the show, but they had it in there. Anyway, right. That was that was H W. I mean, he was a real Gent and polite self-effacing all those things we've been talking about. But he was the opposite of a whim. He was a hard ass. There is definitely there is definitely something to the end of the World War Two generation. Being involved in politics. There's there's no doubt that the people that grew up in the depression and World War Two they they had a different view of life in the world plays than those who followed. That's just just the fact you got George Hw flies would sixty eight missions who's a lot. Yeah. As a fighter pilot and World War Two shot down cetera. The sole survivor of of his plane being shot down, and he came home and with a wife and child enrolled in college and was raising children as you went through college as a an athlete as well. And then you have a generation that goes to pieces if the professor brings up something that makes them vaguely uncomfortable or that they disagree with they crumble and cry and demand restitution from the chancellor that's a hell of a contrast hasn't been announced yet whether or not Trump speaking. At the service on Wednesday. That was that was known clear earlier wasn't it that he would not be invited to he'll be there. You got to be there. Right. Yeah. I guess it wasn't even at McCain's funeral. But you gotta be. Canes in a sitting president has to be at a former Prentice state funeral. Yeah. Absolutely. And Obama's going to give a speech. I'm sure assume Clinton willing, obviously, w will probably won't be at the serve the family service. No, no, no, no. State funeral. Yeah. Yeah. It'll be interesting. Yeah. Listen, I realized DC's the seat of government and got the big beautiful cathedral and the rest of it. But he's from Houston. He was in Houston. He's going to be buried in. Houston. We go have the big funeral at Houston. That makes sense to me. I guess he he lies in state in the state in the national capital. So people can pay their respects. I get it. I guess but. Well, no, how Sharpton is right. Al Sharpton who resist we much and we must and with that. We must be committed. Yes, he's a self aggrandizing and enriching hustler who claims to be a civil rights activist Michael do we have that for finally over? That's not taking that as a no. So Al Sharpton has a charity the national action network, and it Al Sharpton stepping down from the national action network, and he made a higher than normal two hundred and forty four thousand dollars in salary this year, Trump took a bigger salary than he normally does and his year on the way out the door. We're about to talk about warrior foundation freedom station, again coming up we want you to donate at Armstrong and Getty dot com. President sandy takes no money. Neither do any of the volunteers. It's all volunteers Sharpton who's trying to change the world through his charity took a salary in his last year when nobody can do anything about it of two hundred and forty four thousand dollars. And here's the capper his charity just bought his life story for a half a million dollars. That's not so his own charity. Just took money people donated to deal with race relations and all his different sort of stuff. They took a half a million dollars to buy his life story and give the money to him. So with the salary and the book he made three quarters of a million. Dollars from his own charity this year in a single year, right matters is such a fraud. But if anything happens between blacks and whites this week, he will be be Goto spokesman on MSNBC have more to go to build a movement of resistance, but resist we much we must and we will much about that be commit Darden. I wonder if they'll engrave on the Al Sharpton memorial on the National Mall. Unbelievable that takes some cojones doesn't it. Charity by your life story for half a million dollars. He says well but profit from it when when my life stories made into a movie, and they sell the rights to the movie company. So they'll come out ahead. It's an investment rhyme actually, giving them at a discounted price. Yeah. Yeah. We'll see what the deal says specifically about who gets the money on when and where hilarious. Well, I think he he was emboldened by his whole presidential run which garnered millions and millions and millions of dollars in contributions, which was according to all accounts of the people the the press on tour with him. It was an opportunity to stay in the finest hotels. Eat the finest food drink destroyed iced tea while he bounced around. Well. Bounced around the country and made speeches here and there. What a fine fellow speaking of controversy, Jack we have a c Cup and the c is for contra the C Cup full of controversy helps overflowing with controversy one. Texter says, yes. Victoria's Secret fashion show, hotly anticipated by people who don't know where to find softcore porn elsewhere. God the week hint. It's everywhere you look at scantily clad women, and you're going to go with the Victoria's Secret model show for it on network television. Right. Exactly. Well, like many things it used to be a big thing. According to the right up here in the Washington Post the stories leading up to the two thousand eighteen Victoria's Secret fashion show, don't throw a company instead of and this is what they trot out is probably the correct story lines are the appropriate storylines instead of people focusing on high profile models such as KENDALL Jenner or gee-gee Hadid or Adriana Lima's retirement. There are lots of think pieces, so I gotta get I'm sorry. I got to spend a minute on the what we ought to be focused on which is a handful of women who are proportionately put together they're skinny, but they have large breasts, and that is what we ought to be worshiped full toward. Okay. Anyway, we're not instead. We're contemplating in the major media. Whether the annual lingerie runway show is problematic. Whether it has a place in an era of corporate woke notice some viewers are boycotting the show because of the lack of plus size models and transgender women. Wow. Yeah. The chief marketing officer for L brands, which is Victoria's secrets parents company parent company one Ed Razak, just one parents. Parents. That's why run round that's underwear because it needs its seeking love Jesus desperate. Wow. Eighty that's too much. Well, in an interview with vogue last month Raziq was asked whether Victoria's Secret felt the need to address the way the market is shifting with other brands featuring plus size or transgender women. And he said if you're asking if considered putting a transgender model in the show, we're looking at plus size models. Yeah, we have. Plus, we invented the plus size model show with lane Bryant, but there was little interest in it. Plus, we're a private company we get to do it. However, we want if we sell underwear that way. Fine. If we don't, and that's our problem. But shouldn't you include a trans model? He said not don't think we should. Well, the show is a fantasy. It's a forty two minute entertainment special. That's what it is. And the internet went crazy with anger. Of course, the internet woke up crazy with anger this morning, and we'll go to bed crazy with anchor tonight. And he apologized for his.

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"bush putin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Goes sixty seventy miles an hour. Yes. And that will get your attention. I had never been on the water that fashionable it before. It's a little scary. So last night on sixty minutes don't have breaks you see last night on sixty minutes. Three former Presidents Bush Obama and Clinton talking about George Bush senior and the son George W Bush told the story about Putin. You may have heard of him leader of Russia coming to Kennebunkport and meeting his dad, George Bush senior and how they went out in the boat. So you said you want to go out and our boat and said, oh, I'd love to go. So Putin has this interpreter. That's kind of a then like much of an outdoorsman. The man opened that thing up full blast. And this guy standing next this like white knuckles hanging out of the boat wondering because you're gonna live and he's cutting through these waves. It's just classic George Bush Putin doing he loved it. Pufus count on these macho dudes salt spray coming across, you know. And he thought it was wonderful the interpreters. Nerve wrack. That's classic w right there that laugh. Shoulders, and he started to say said the interpreter was kind of a any started to say something that started with a P what? And I watched I wanted to make sure a proud Russian. I don't know if he's going to say pansy or what he was going to say any decided say not much of an outdoors. It's beautiful. I don't know why found that. So funny, obviously, sixty minutes did too because it wasn't important to the whole tenor of the theme of the show, but they had it in there. Anyway, right. Well, that was that was H W. I mean, he was a real Gent and polite self-effacing all those things we've been talking about. But he was the opposite of a whim. He was a hard ass. There is definitely there is definitely something to the end of the World War Two generation. Being involved in politics. There's there's no doubt the people that grew up in the depression and World War Two. They they had a different view of life in the world plays than those who follow. That's just just the fact you got George Hw flies sixty eight missions was a lot. Yeah. As a fighter pilot in World War Two shot down cetera. The sole survivor of his plane being shot down, and he came home and with a wife and child enrolled in college and was raising children as he went through college as a an athlete as well. And then you have a generation that goes to pieces if the professor brings up something that makes them vaguely uncomfortable or that they disagree with they crumble and cry and demand restitution from the chancellor that's a hell of a contrast hasn't been announced yet whether or not Trump speaking. At the service on Wednesday. Clear earlier wasn't it that he would not be invited to he'll be there. You got to be there. Right. I guess it wasn't even at McCain's funeral. But you gotta be. Canes sitting president has to be at a former state funeral. Yeah. Absolutely. An Obama Obama's going to give a speech. I'm sure and I was assume Clinton willing, obviously, w will probably won't be at the serve the family service. No, no, no, no state funeral. Yeah. That'd be interesting. Yeah. Listen, I realized DC's the seat of government and got the big beautiful cathedral and the rest of it. But. From houston. He was in Houston. He's going to be buried in. Houston. We go half the big funeral at Houston. That makes sense to me. I guess he he lies in state in the state in the national capital. So people can pay their respects. I get it. I guess but. Well, Al Sharpton is right. Al Sharpton who resist we much, and we must and with that we must be committed. Guess he's a self aggrandizing and enriching hustler who claims to be a civil rights activist Michael do we have that for finally over? That's not that a no. So Al Sharpton has a charity the national action network, and it Al Sharpton stepping down from the national action network, and he made a higher than normal two hundred and forty four thousand dollars in salary this year took a bigger salary than normally does and his year on the way out the door. We're about to talk about warrior foundation freedom station, again coming up we want you to donate at Armstrong and Getty dot com. President sandy takes no money. Neither do any the volunteers. It's all volunteers Sharpton who's trying to change the world through his charity took a salary in his last year when nobody can do anything about it of two hundred and forty four thousand dollars in here. The capper his charity just bought his lights story for a half a million dollars. So his own charity. Just took money people donated to deal with race relations and all this different sort of stuff. They took a half a million dollars to buy his life story and give the money to him. So with the salary and the bookie made three quarters of a million dollars from his own charity this year in a single year right is such a fraud. But if anything happens between blacks and whites this week, he will be Goto spokesman on MSNBC have more to go to build a movement of resistance, but resist we much we must and we will much about that be commit Darden. I wonder if they'll in grave, then on the Al Sharpton memorial on the National Mall. Unbelievable that takes some cojones doesn't it. Your charity by your life story for half a million dollars. He says well the profit from it when when my life stories made into a movie, and they sell the rights to the movie company. So they'll come out ahead. It's an investment rhyme actually giving of them at a discounted price. Yeah. Yeah. We'll see what the deal says specifically about who gets the money on when and where Larry's well. You know, I think he he was emboldened by his whole presidential Ron which garnered millions and millions and millions of dollars in contributions, which was according to all accounts of the people that the press on tour with him. It was an opportunity to stay in the finest hotels. Eat the finest food drink iced tea, while he bounced around. Bounced around the country and made speeches here and there. What a fine fellow speaking of controversy, Jack we have a c Cup and the c is for contra the C Cup full of controversy helps overflowing with controversy one. Texter says, yes Victoria's Secret fashion show, hotly anticipated by people who don't know where to find softcore porn. Elsewhere. God the week hint. It's everywhere. Look at scantily clad women, and you're going to go with the Victoria's Secret model show on network television. All right. Exactly. Well, it like many things that used to be a big thing. And according to be right up here in the Washington Post the stories leading up to the two thousand eighteen Victoria's Secret fashion show don't throw a company instead of and this is what they trot out is probably the correct storylines are the appropriate storyline instead of people focusing on high profile models such as KENDALL Jenner or gee-gee Hadid or Adriana Lima's retirement. There were lots of think pieces, so I gotta get I I'm sorry. I got to spend a minute on the what we ought to be focused on which is a handful of women who are proportionately put together they're skinny, but they have large breasts, and that is what we ought to be worshiped full toward. Okay. Anyway, we're not. Instead, we're contemplating in the major media whether the annual laundry. Runway show is problematic. Whether it has a place in an era of corporate woke me, some viewers are boycotting the show because of the lack of plus size models and transgender women. Oh, wow. Yeah. The chief marketing officer for L brands, which is Victoria's secrets parents company parent company one Ed Razak, just one parents broken to run round around underwear because it needs it seeking love. Oh, jeez. Desperate. Wow. That's too much. Well, in an interview with vogue last month Raziq was asked whether Victoria's Secret filter need to address the way the market is shifting with other brands featuring plus size or transgender women. And he said if you're asking if we've considered putting a transgender model in the show, we're looking plus size models. Yeah, we have. Plus, we invented the plus size model show with lane Bryant, but there was little interest in it. Plus, some we're a private company we get to do it. However, we want if we sell underwear that way. Fine. If we don't well, that's our problem. But shouldn't you include a trans model? He said, I don't think we should. Well, the show is a fantasy. It's a forty two minute entertainment special. That's what it is. And the internet went crazy with anger. Of course, the internet woke up crazy with anger this morning, and we'll go to bed. Crazy with anchor tonight. Apologize.

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"bush putin" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Again. Thank for yourself talk. Six fifty. AST? The Armstrong and Getty show. Just out on a couple of weeks ago that goes sixty seventy miles an hour. Yes. And that will get your attention. I had never been on the water that fashionable before it's a little scary. So last night on sixty minutes don't have breaks you see last night on sixty minutes. Three former Presidents Bush Obama and Clinton talking about George Bush senior and the son George W Bush told the story about Putin. You may have heard of him leader of Russia coming to Kennebunkport and meeting his dad, George Bush senior and how they went out in the boat. So you said you want to go out and vote and say, oh, I'd love to go. And so Putin has this interpreter. That's kind of a. Much for an outdoorsman and opens at thing up full blast. And this guy standing next like white knuckles. You know, hanging onto the boat going to live and he's cutting through these waves. It's just classic George Bush Putin doing he loved it. You know, Putin is kind of one of these Baccio dudes. He's salt spray coming across, you know. And he thought it was wonderful. Stay interpreters nerve wrack. Wow. That's classic w right there that laugh in the shoulder. And he started to say said, the interpreter was kind of a any started to say something that started with a P what I watch I rewound it to make sure a proud Russian a I don't know if he's going to say pansy or what he was going to say any decided say not much of an outdoors. It's beautiful. I don't know why found that. So funny, obviously, sixty minutes did too because it wasn't important to the whole tenor of the theme of the show, but they had it in there. Anyway, right. Well, I was that was H W. I mean, he was a real Gent and polite self-effacing all those things we've been talking about. But he was the opposite of a whim. He was a hard ass. There is definitely there is definitely something to the end of the World War Two generation. Being involved in politics. There's there's no doubt that the people that grew up in the depression and World War Two they they had a different view of life in the world plays than those who followed. It's just just the fact you got George Hw flies was sixty eight missions was a lot. Yeah. As a fighter pilot in World War Two shot down cetera. The sole survivor of of his plane being shot down. And he came home with a wife and child enrolled in college and was raising children as he went through college as a an athlete as well. And then you have a generation that goes to pieces if the professor brings up something that makes them vaguely uncomfortable or that they disagree with they crumble and cry and demand restitution from the chancellor that's a hell of a contrast hasn't been announced yet whether or not Trump speaking. At the service on Wednesday. That was that was made clear earlier wasn't it that he would not be invited to he'll be there. You got to be there. Right. I guess he wasn't even at McCain's funeral. But you gotta be. Canes sitting president has to be at a former state funeral. Yeah. Absolutely. And Obama's going to give a speech. I'm sure and I was assume Clinton willing, obviously, w will probably won't be at the serve the family service. No, no state funeral. Yeah. That'd be interesting. Yeah. Listen, I realized DC's the seat of government got the big beautiful cathedral and the rest of it. But. From houston. He was in Houston. He's going to be buried in. Houston. We go have the big funeral at Houston. That makes sense to me. I guess he lies in state in the state in the national capital. So people can pay their respects. I get it. I guess. Well, no, Al Sharpton is right. Al Sharpton who resist we much, and we must and with that we must be committed. Yes, he's a self aggrandizing in enriching hustler who claims to be a civil rights activist Michael do we have that finally over that's not taking that as a no. So Al Sharpton has a charity the national action network, and it Al Sharpton stepping down from the national action network, and he made a a higher than normal two hundred and forty four thousand dollars in salary this year. Oh, took a bigger salary than he normally does and his year on the way out the door. We're about to talk about warrior foundation freedom station, again coming up we want you to donate at Armstrong and Getty dot com. President sandy takes money. Neither do any the volunteers. It's all volunteers Sharpton who's trying to change the world through his charity took a salary in his last year when nobody can do anything about it of two hundred and forty four thousand dollars in. Here's the capper. His charity just bought his life story for a half a million dollars. That's not so his own charity. Just took money people at donated to deal with race relations and all this different sort of stuff. They took a half a million dollars to buy his life story and give the money to him. So with the salary and the book he made three quarters of a million dollars from his own charity this year in a single year, right? Is such a fraud. But if anything happens between blacks and whites this week, he will be be Goto spokesman on MSNBC have more go to build a movement of resistance, but resist we mutt. We must and we will much about that be commit are Darden. I wonder if they'll engrave van on the Al Sharpton memorial on the National Mall. Unbelievable that takes some cojones doesn't it. Your charity by your life story for half a million dollars. He says well the profit from it when when my life stories made into a movie, and they sell the rights to the movie company. So they'll come out ahead. It's an investment for. I'm actually giving them at a discounted price. Yeah. Yeah. We'll see what the deal says specifically about who gets the money on when and where Larry's well. You know, I think he he was in Bolton by his whole presidential run which garnered millions and millions and millions of dollars in contributions, which was according to all accounts of the people that the press on tour with him. It was an opportunity to stay in the finest hotels. Eat the finest food drink iced tea, while he bounced around. Well, you back home. Bounced around the country and made speeches here and there. What a fine fellow speaking controversy, Jack we have a c Cup and a.

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"bush putin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"I wonder what they're going to do with because you know, they have to deal with that with Star Wars now because Carrie Fisher, died. I well, I think they're doing Peter, Cushing type of thing. Are they going to do at digital old? For instance, lake, I read, well, they're using cut footage from force awakens. Oh, they are. Oh, oh. Basically made a pledge that they weren't going to really digitally digitally make at least certainly not old. I say the pledge every morning, sir. I salute my flag. I say it and then I have my cereal, crucial allegiance to the flag of the of America into the blah, blah. And then also I will never use digital Fisher tag that onto the end of it. I the stars and stripes. Good wherever beautiful blue and Red Stripe flag. We don't resident. Did he say something? He was that a kids thing, and he was eighty colored in the flag and he called her. They wanted to stripes blue now that's incredible Kunda, but it is. It's going to be one of the tests they'd give you, but it's still photograph. Maybe he was like, I did be fun, put a little blue like they have fun with the kids, but we just see the photograph and we go look at this dummy. Here's the thing. What are the odds that Donald Trump has fun with kids. Yeah, zero. There's a better chance that he was having fun with us. The critics of Donald Trump and trying to guess, let us over Dan Quayle spelled potato wrong, and that was the end I was in his career a dummy. Yeah, that's it. Never speak again at tolerate one spelling error from you. It's over Howard wherever Howard Dean squeak. Howard Dean, all those people oughta just rush Trump and anger for for their. I'm in on that. Let's go, let's get quail. That'd be another fun s. and else gets kind of like the when they did that cartoon the president's if it was just all the people who did minor things you them from public. Yeah, they all team up. Take. Potato. No, thank you. Thank you for your time. We can't let Dan go out there and talk like. Coming out, they had the line has been crossed. It was like I, if there was ever a thought. I mean, first of all, Bush one didn't even get reelected. But if he had been and then it was like, you know, sometimes the vice-president becomes candidate. It was over that day. It was over us. Yeah, you put an e. where it didn't belong. So get out of here. Yeah, I was with it. I was like, yeah, that's correct. Correct of things should. Yeah, that's the way it should work. You should not be. The president should know how to spell. Yeah, I guess there's no week. Is that what you guys are told. If it's plural confusion, it was. That was a huge story. I remember Letterman interviewed one of the children who was in a classroom, right? Yeah, it was like, what did you think when the vice president told you? Because I guess he was. He corrected somebody. Somebody had spelled potato without any way was like him. There's There's an. an. Oh, Dan, q., what do you think he's doing today? He was a dumb guy though. I mean, that's that. Well, that problem. It was like it's straw that broke the camel's back. We already knew he was dumbest shit, and then he did that. It was like every go. You, what did you do today? Because I don't know what does Dan Quayle somebody answering me are running. I believe he hasn't shown up on any anywhere like he. Yeah, like like Saint abandoned Martha's Vineyard too soon. JP's Jamie. I could see him being in that band. We were talking about it last week. The band would like Stephen King and Dave Barry, that terrible. Over there. I'm based d. q. daddy, Quayle. Rock bottom remainders is the name which we learned on Thursday that that's not bad. Well, that's me. I'm less right now. Get your, of course. It is. Yeah, Vicki for like the the, the political equivalent of that band, like x. politicians. Oh, so how can we base then? Yeah. You gotta have Huckabee on base? Yeah, endorsed Jeb Bush Putin. Dan Quayle did well, you can have a choice. Somebody from that mismatch of was. He failed to win the nomination. He did endorse Donald Trump. He did well did not. Did he did? Oh, that's disappointing. Surival motive like me forgotten..

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"bush putin" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Uh yeah i don't know too many chefs who were given a million dollars a month to run not internet company sits well his food must be very good it was truffles in and other things on the menu for the bush bush putin dinner all right everyone appreciate it thanks very much coming up next in case you're wondering just how far the president will go to avoid saying he's mistaken about president obama america's foreign troops we have a new answer today and it's triggered another discussion later only on 360 with everyone from the president on down arguing over where colin kaepernick started well it talk to his attorney marghera goes about taking on the nfl support for anderson cooper 360 comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of competence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgages simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash ac 360 equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash cnn even though this next story tonight concerns the latest outrage over the latest thing the president trump said it would only compound that outraged by beginning the story with his words or even characterizing damn you'll hear them soon enough and you can decide for yourself what to make of them we're going to begin the story instead with the words of the marine corps general back then he threestar general who would go on to serve first is homelands as secretary of homeland security now is the president's chief of staff back in november of two thousand ten general kelly about to address the semper fi society in st louis had only one requests for the marine introducing him just a few simple words please he said don't mention my son the marine did not and general kelly took the podium he talked passionately about the sacrifices the families at servicemen and women make.

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"bush putin" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Uh yeah i don't know too many chefs who were given a million dollars a month to run not internet company sits well his food must be very good it was truffles in and other things on the menu for the bush bush putin dinner all right everyone appreciate it thanks very much coming up next in case you're wondering just how far the president will go to avoid saying he's mistaken about president obama america's foreign troops we have a new answer today and it's triggered another discussion later only on 360 with everyone from the president on down arguing over where colin kaepernick started well it talk to his attorney marghera goes about taking on the nfl support for anderson cooper 360 comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of competence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgages simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash ac 360 equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash cnn even though this next story tonight concerns the latest outrage over the latest thing the president trump said it would only compound that outraged by beginning the story with his words or even characterizing damn you'll hear them soon enough and you can decide for yourself what to make of them we're going to begin the story instead with the words of the marine corps general back then he threestar general who would go on to serve first is homelands as secretary of homeland security now is the president's chief of staff back in november of two thousand ten general kelly about to address the semper fi society in st louis had only one requests for the marine introducing him just a few simple words please he said don't mention my son the marine did not and general kelly took the podium he talked passionately about the sacrifices the families at servicemen and women make.

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"bush putin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Bartlett on 710 wor and nbc news radio station mark simone voice that liu your fantastic w we got a lot of faith russia story its purpose but it's the composition of the summer of hell although serve as a precondition hell will get the chris christie on the radio water disaster the beach day with better and we'll get to speak of the disaster may be the greatest in television history megan kelly sets a new record for all time low rating she beat her old record she is the joe dimaggio of low rating records well he said the 56 game heading streak record that's a good record to have no but it's a record that nobody ever break okay to over that somebody come closer not lately no to record it's the the biggest best record because nobody ever break it and she is setting low ratings records i don't think anybody who will ever be able to break chris christie could have lower numbers no no he does better unite like him but he does better here this we won't spend a well throughout the program will we'll get to the fake russia's story here's the problem the meeting with putin went so well it was an absolute homerun it was a grand slam and probably the greatest first meeting any president has ever had with the russian head if you look at kennedy and cruise ship it was thought the kennedy look too weak christopher to since he was a tough enough and that's what led to the cuban missile crisis bush putin okay not great uh the obama putin disaster he looked very weak he looked intimidated he looked trip with trump look tough wickford uh so he did actually do much that first.

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"bush putin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"bush putin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That vladimir putin rely so we're to fit tough to trump pulse put these conspiracy theories out there and a lot of them won't be true and we really don't know what happened behind the scenes at this meeting and i just hope trump didn't wanna just move past the meddling talk of of the elections and say okay i buy it looks get to see why i can only tell you how go ahead that i fell to watch trump sitting there instead of hillary clinton i mean we know for a fact that she got taken to the cleaners you know she did that reset button in all of this democrats quite frequently could take another cleaner timmy carter thought he was getting somewhere when breshnev kissed him on the key and then he invaded afghanistan carter wish sza i just have to say the other side which is putting up such a fuss here about trump and russia at all this sort of thing is if conservatives who've had a tendency to appease the russian these are the folks who been very trusting them if not allied with them to remember to putin charmed bush and bushes quotas e looked into putin is i saw his sole so i mean putin charmed bush putin charm the clintons putin charmed obama well this is this is why i feel so much better about uh a donald trump there was a commentator on today on cnn and she was saying how surprised she was succeeded putin was looking down at his feet not make king contact for the most part with trump cetera and uh trump was really eyeballing uh you know the thing with donald trump could i just love and this is the thing that i know drives people crazy is that you know he says if somebody goes after you he's going to go after them times pen well that's exactly the mindset you want with dealing with somebody like vladimir putin if you can reach an agreement on something that they carried through and they've apparently reached some sort of deal on reporter syria that's great but the guy has got to know that if he backtracks repeat double crosses trump is gonna raise the route and showed jeff lord is joining us from cnn mac and gaydos trump defender were you surprised that trump led the meeting off with putin hitting him on the russian meddling i think it was a pleasant surprise that.

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