17 Burst results for "rose David"
"rose david" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Mercedes Benz vans are ready for anything. So in the meantime while you. You guys stack the lines to give me your thoughts on the worst unwritten rules. Sports. I take obviously had plenty of thoughts about retribution. The question is, do they have a problem with the retribution towards the Astros that I think we're going to see throughout the course of the season today was Jalen Rose David. Jacoby and Warno Peres discussing their issues with retribution. I agree with this is a very dangerous sport if particular one where somebody can be throwing it, somebody's head like this. But this is kind of the Honor Code of that game. Bitch, clear brawls happened in that game meaning people does happen in that game. So maybe unwritten rules happened in that game. So therefore, if you cheat as flagrant as they did, and you win the world series at you face the team that you beat in a world series, there should be some retribution. Guys, let let let let me let me put it this simply, but playing the game especially at this high level. If you're going to throw it somewhere and you're gonna hit someone, do it right away? Right? Send the message right away Joe Kelley you're GonNa do it. You hose out to first pitch ends up popping up dude, you'RE GONNA to. Do It on the old pitch. Don't do it on a three. Oh pitch thrown behind his had where his career could be in jeopardy, and then you're gonNA throw a curb ball at the to Korea I'm okay with that that one's slept the one of guerrilla slipped. Also I'm okay with that, but don't come in and throw a pitch behind his head I. don't think I really do not think that he was trying to hit him. Was He trying to send a message? The message was sent. The warning was then given. To the Houston Astros that warning shouldn't have been given to the Houston Astros. I, think the the dodgers and the Astros have a lot to lose if there's a bench-clearing brawl, so many suspensions. So many injuries that can happen something that the Houston Astros want to deal with something that the La Dodgers can't afford to do if get into suspensions moving forward especially in a pandemic were all teams are supposed to stay on. So many issues here. So many underlying and overlying issues, but at the end of the day, I'll express my man I give him credit for not even looking at Joe Kelley after that ball went behind his neck. It's a really good point. I mean, I always say it's not what you do. It's how you do it. So I think there is justice in throwing at Astros, but you don't throw behind them. Head Level I. Think the Joe Kelley was wrong there. But after the game, he said about that pitch of three Oh pitch that was up in behind the batter said not my best pitch. He's not even lying about it like it's GonNa get to the point this season where throwers throw at Astros and then admit. Admit that they were doing it after the game I, we're going to see that in the next few weeks I believe. But what I heard from that water and clarified is for me, you didn't necessarily have a problem with them trying to get retribution. You just fill if you, WANNA com, come correct and do it instantly. So you feel like part of it was in retaliation, but the other part was he was just wild because I heard, you say that that pitch to career actually slipped out of his hand. He didn't throw a fastball strike the entire time he was out there or not one for a strike, he through to knuckle curveballs for strikes that was it, and then it gets Carlos Correa went on knuckle curveballs against them. Not One fastball meaning that he had no control of the fastball you're shaking off remember. Let's not forget. We also heard dusty Baker in the interaction because there are no fans in the stands when there was a plate I space where Michael Brantley was running Joe. Kelley then with stepped on by Brantley, because split was in the way Kelly stuck around and you could hear dusty Baker. Baker young out of the get back on the man with a little profanity. You can hear every word that being said there Carlos caress staring. Joe. Kelley. Also after Koerbel. Did it look good I? I'm a pitcher and I throw a curveball. You're staring at me like that. Hey, man, I'm a little out of control. You should get that and then after the strikeout Joe Kelley. Doing what he did, which I felt. It was very tall dish taunting career taunting the Houston Astros that right? There was unnecessary. The biggest issue of all this was when he threw behind Alex, Bregman, and the hunting of the faces. Of what he did with Korea. All those things are all unnecessary. You get a lot of emotions flying through, and that's one thing that you're going to get into competitive nature, and especially when there are no fans in the stands, you can hear every little word that's being said Oh man that's escalating major league baseball. Has To, make sure that they that W-. What the NBA, dead and Jalen? You can attest to this with Ron our test back in the day when he went into the stands and all that when when the NBA set that rule of no one can set on. Foot on court to at least control the emotions there. They were able to do that If not, you'll get a suspension major league baseball has to do something like that. When it comes the position players staying in their positions and also benched players staying in the benches of bullpens in the bullpen. I take your take on ESPN radio and ESPN news..
"rose david" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"League park after the Canadian government declined to allow them to play Toronto, but the state of Pennsylvania Nixed to deal in Pittsburgh because of frequent travel throughout. Throughout the US source told ESPN's Rivera that Maryland offered to allow the Blue Jays to start at camden yards in September, but the team decided to did not want to wait for that so at this point the blue. Jays again ahead to buffalo to play their game. I take your take on ESPN radio. The ESPN APP Siriusxm Channel. Eighty and ESPN news were presented by Progressive Insurance. And all of our guests including you guys hang out with us on the shell. Pennzoil performance line. I'm asking you guys to make sales pitch now. Here's the thing you know that I'm a lifelong raiders fan. Everybody knows that about when you listen to me, so I haven't seen a lot of championships. In fact, the last time I watched my beloved raiders when the Super Bowl I was too young. Young to remember it eighty three, so hasn't been hasn't been a joyous right now. I also grew up a Lakers fan group in Vegas Fan of all the La teams, but I never got favorite baseball team, and that's significant, because baseball season has come under a started obviously, and that means. We're all talking about who the favorite is now. We thought we could ask you guys to tell our. Our favorite that seems too simple. Instead I want you to call in and give me your sales pitch. Why should I jump on the bandwagon for your team? Because your team's GonNa win it all. Tell me while you're teams should be the favorite while your team is the Best Bandwagon. Hang onto, and while your team is going to win the world series in this short and sixty game season I'm. I'm all in for this. Because the shortened season to me opens a ton of opportunity for a nontraditional champion here we could see it anyway, but there are a ton of stacked roster, so given the fact that I need to have somebody I can root for and I. Want to be able to trash. Talk all the guys at work on the show I need you to give me your. Your best sales pitch eight say ESPN Eight, eight, eight, seven, nine, three, seven, seven six. That's how you can chime in. Tell me who to root already had a few tweets telling me the dodgers, which immediately again given the fact that was Vegas Kid and rooted for all La Teams. GROWNUP would make sense but man. That doesn't seem like that's a life of luxury. I mean I'm not sure that. That I want to root for a team. That's only going to get me close like if I'm going to hop on a bandwagon wagon, they either gotta have great gear so that I feel good wearing the stuff, no matter what I mean, a team sends me for year behind for that to the either got to have great gear, or they gotta be able to win a world series so. So! That's how you chime in now. We'll get to some straight talk. Straight talk runs on the same networks of to fifty percent less. You can get the unlimited plan up to twenty five gigs of high speed data then two G.. It's only forty five bucks a month. No contracts straight talk wireless. No contracts, no compromise. There is no compromise made yesterday in the beginning of the major league baseball. Baseball season because we saw players making their statement throughout the course of the League we saw the league making a statement, we saw vm on baseball mounds. We saw players from the Yankees and nationals, dodgers and giants, all taking a knee before during or after the anthem, and in fact, with that being, said Mookie Betts, the dodgers star chimed in about players taking a knee before the game. I'm just shows unity I think. Everybody's on board with with What's going on in the world? How we have to make some change in you know starts here. We have to do our part and You know it's amazing to know that everybody here is on board with with something. Like I said we have to find a way to make change in. This is the first step. Unity is something that really stood out. When you watch these teams coming together and making these sorts of statements now what that means for every person that receives it is different, but to me possibly the most powerful statement we got actually came from twitter I find it crazy to me and an incredible I should say is a better word that the Tampa Bay rays official twitter account tweeted the following. Today is opening day, which means a great day to arrest the killers. Brianna, Taylor they use their opening day platform to make a social justice statement, so the question is what does it say that? In MLB teams official twitter page is willing to take up the cause of justice for Briana Taylor. That's something that Jalen. Rose David Jacoby and Doug Glenville broke down today on I take. This is a big stop You know teams. I mean you think back to the red? SOX STATEMENT ACKNOWLEDGING RACISM. They say it's real. I mean that is a step that you cannot underestimate because in the black experience. They're constantly litigating and re-litigating your experience This didn't happen. It's not what you think it was. You're always in these conversations to reconsider whether you're misinterpreting the double meaning of your experience, and now we have institutions, frontline front and center organizations in sports coming out and saying no, no, no, we're taking these on. We're taking steps. We have your. Your back! That is a huge shift and more and more teams coalesce around. We're seeing the power of of the corporate world. When you think about the Washington Redskins, you pull funding the economic empowerment all the sudden now there's a new focal point so This is definitely a change in a first step because you have to acknowledge it first, and that is something that doesn't always happen. It's like well. It's not this now. We're saying now. We're moving to that stage where we're now looking at it. In the detailed ways, it really exists in our society. This is this is a major shift in sports and Corporate America. Just..
"rose david" Discussed on Probably Science
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"rose david" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"I wanna take everybody behind the curtain. Do we have some special guests coming up former grant land colleague in mind, steamed colleague of ours, and in order to fit them, we had to go to the studio. So we are now in a fancy multi-million dollar complex where they only sold out. There's crew in the room right now. We're always no matter what room, no matter what guests, no matter what time gonna records schools of content for podcasts that Jackie called you out on not wearing a tie like it looks good on the logo on the logo. But I've been watching this. This been wearing. Turn here in New York City. You'll be seeing more ties on me in you look without in the winter regarding what it is is like, I'm not gonna out casual Jalen rose. Thank you. You can't out casual Jalen rose, David Stern kind of lewd to that when he saw me last night, what did you say? What the heck are you wearing? Well, because they had on normal light Dolo I've got a follow up question hurt, collared shirt. Jalen rose. When you see David Stern, I've options for you grown man, white guy, handshake pounds in a bro hug, or do you do a hand slap in full hug? Do you go straight to the full hug? Or do you guys have your own intricate cab style handshake? We have our own interests. Goto the stray hug. 'cause I love Davis. The hug like where the game is now out of silver's, doing terrific job at s. Commissioner, I saw the growth of the game happened under David stark ace. So when you see him one thing, if you're gonna go straight for the full hug, you have to open your arms when you're at a distance till communicate to him that you're going to go for the full hugs. Right? Your cooling. Think about these things. That's the not. Plus you can't underestimate the fact that I've seen him so many times over the last twenty years play thirteen and I've been retired. Twelve got a routine. Yes. Yes. That the first time you shook his hand, you're wearing that suit. I did. He always remembers that. He calls that he calls me the best dressed person on draft debt. So he doesn't. He doesn't mean also sometimes if you wear something crazy people like I like that. Always always do the corny joke about trying to get some of my fine money back. Oh, how much? How much total finally, you have your career. I would say probably one hundred fifty thousand. What have you get fined for? Texan and stuff. And you get fined for the owls vegetables Jackson's. Also taking the over on that and also like not only do other sports than basketball football evade having salary caps there, the fines and punishments aren't the same. Like in baseball, you can throw a ball eighty miles an hour. Somebody finds seventy five dollars. You out of the gate in basketball tech is twenty five hundred dollars. That's a lot of money. After your favorite employees, five thousand thousand dollars of your salary just because of made a bad call or you just set an emotional playing the game, you love. We're going to do a regional or cultural segment on the television show tomorrow. So please call ninety five eight zero Jalen leave us your regional or cultural questions..
"rose david" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Is jalen anthony rose david jacoby cool checkin sooner stays on the line putting it on wax news we're w what we do we're going to be they will i i want to shout to everybody that showed up or helped us produce and perform in new york city we release those podcasts over the weekend thank you all so much we love doing the live pods getting to see the people happy monday there's a lot to discuss we have a lot of the standard topics on the rundown for the television program but when we do pot exclusive we get to talk about the fun things should we start with the don't get fired topic of the day i'm gonna do it get five topic of the day i saw dj callen was trending shark came back to this pro am i sure i wanted to come back to this program this is we go does how we're going to start i can't put this down because the executives wants to tell you listen to the podcast i saw colin was trending over the weekend did you see what do you know this new story and i was like oh i do what sort of fun thing college doing snapchat and this time that his jet ski breakdown was filming his wife working out like it's all something fun like the guy's such a fun loving he's a happy jovial human being everything he does makes me happy and then apparently this was like an old interview in which he said this but he had some claims about some bedroom habits of his and if you don't know what i'm talking about just google i don't wanna discuss it but he there were certain things that he doesn't do in the bedroom then you can connect the dots from their jalen rose you're on the spot you didn't know where we're going to talk about this because you never involved in the production meetings when you saw that quote was the first thing that went through your mind.
"rose david" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Secondary but really gonna put but did he really mace did he really show that he's a player down the stretch out you gotta you gotta throughout the last game which was that rams game where where they didn't play any draw chicagoly yeah you you got a point i mean i don't know the exact schedule down the stretch i just know how bad they were before on and i saw what shanahan was was able to do with quarterbacks over the years so i assume he's going to get better but i still think i mean the of the teams in that division which was the one that that challenge the rams down i think it's the niners since they dismantled the seahawks we're onto more interesting things here's some of the polls that we've done here of oh god i love the polls what did we today the best eighties bands who is the best lead singer of this group best frontman axl rose david lee roth bret michaels or vince neal n wide axl rose easy most unique voice in that in that group and usually lose one or two one and two the two two of the great rock albums of of my grownup here's do you know anything about wrestling before i asked this next question no okay no that i know that no i know ronda rousey doesn't now okay next is is a month and a half a long time between eating pizza.
"rose david" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That's a really interesting point day that about the speed that you're making because we didn't see any sort of wobble in us stocks yesterday and also even though the 10year treasury ota's moving higher dollaryen we care for a second day so what's that saying that the speed so far is not fast enough for it to impact either equities holdall again ores dalian more impacted by the boj as you mentioned the julian's that to be in better by carry trade on wines is pretty much what we're hearing the cut would be very popular of trade being used for the carry trade and it's been around a lot today that's why the door don't against packing the trade i and one in it some after but she by the end so that's pushing down interesting with the dollaryen is it says halloween of out of of the 112 let's keep resistance around that spouse with a few times he called a lot of leverage shorts in the end so the yen's keep strictly violent twelve you might get some stops if that goes than the show shorts get squeezed and squeezes squeezed which could again follow want that she may see a need term projects need term reaction down for dalian but the longterm i do think if a if a yield start going up and up and out in the ten year i do think no long term there will be question volume of stopped rising david i also want to drill down on what we're hearing from the pboc and walk the people's bank of china is up to uh we're talking about yuan fixing as we also hearing from the pboc that it's resuming liquidity injections after a twelve day polls yet the pillars of the fixing was that she mo ugly the biggest thing is that they know it came at the end of all day in asia by say will ever done is they put this attack in in by the.
"rose david" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The holiday season at its locations though direct sales rose david wilson thank you so much this is a name you're going to know through two thousand eighteen gregory giraud is bloomberg any he writes on politics and really gets down to the granularity think michael brune of a new time and place greg djuro you've got a great tweet out the other day on california thirty of retiring ed royce were you say look it's 34 percent hispanic it's thirty two percent asian 28 percent white nonhispanic i have no idea what that is i mean that's due realities the republicans face it's been a gradual shift but there's a huge demographic shift in the nation for two thousand eighteen in two thousand twenty isn't there right and edwards retirement it was just one the latest in a string of retirements on the republican side that kind of threatens their majority and in areas like orange county california were edwards says district prince principally is located um you know that sort of like the quintessential historic republican area orange county but it pet demographic changes have pulled that county toward the democrats and uh when the i'll win one could one thought that the republicans couldn't go any lower in california and other areas of the coasts um they're in there in some big trouble in california and that threatens their house majority in the 2018 elections greg bringing the topic of thirty million dollars from tom style uh the billionaire investor and his decision to support races that he believes democrats can win and take seats away from republicans yeah so tom's tire the billionaire um from mm uh san francisco has spent a lot of money promoting the impeachment of donald trump that hasn't uh that hasn't been a unanimous um brought him in the unanimous favor among his glut of his democratic colleagues who think that might be distraction and even urged him to spend more of his money on trying to increase the voter turnout in some key states and districts and i think that's his latest uh this is latest.
"rose david" Discussed on WTMA
"To buy a benefit for five years and one that inflation adjusts over time is medical costs rise david is with us hello david welcome to the clark howard show how are you great thank you david how can i serve you or powerlessly clark are really appreciate your and taken time to help us out there that need your help or you're kind to say that but anyway i was calling about was hit a longterm care insurance and forty six years old will you are a landmark you're young to be worrying about longterm care insurance well i'm a firefighter them single and uh they say if you start cheaper you know when you hit that age around sixty that you'll be glad you did because it's going to be so so much more expensive i actually have to respectfully disagree with that in this case because even if there might be an argument to be made for that you're still too young at you said 46 yeah you're too young to do it especially because uh the premiums were a real deal years ago now they're atrociously expensive and i think the pendulum will swing back not to where it was before but to something more reasonable than where it is now and i would not look at buying it for i generally recommend late '50s early 60s and yes thought premium will be more at that point but do you know with longterm care.
"rose david" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"And and and we went on the air on broad pd he had uh uh broadcasters walk from run dan i was in seattle at the time uh bomb israel dj more mobilcom israel catholic girl in scotland and we would logged in into his show and play the game of the okay and we were we were all the air 24 hours me would just log in women wanting to play the music and to give people will come to chat room and it was great we all play their different types of news they each dj too often experience rides live come on the am and feel the vibe we'll just come into play the music in that it all john rose david and the guy of castres crew and then thing started it happen go now bar go empty frozen one growth okay i wanna be on my own private server i they know anything about in cordis chance colder two verse why feel very debts upside weekly because nobody would tell me i would ask questions and nobody can tell me i dug up and tell me because they didn't know and so i will always equate group by this new things like that time try it all together and i must do well it took me early team months i've nasty routed got a rise will that i've got these people live as he stand on i was that live dr diploma music for my library and i just started pulling the music random and i've got a whole that strike market rugby knuckle cry by tuning to guard right dell called i gotta caller i gotta go all right out of a government.
"rose david" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To buy of benefit for five years and one that inflation adjusts over time is medical costs rise david is with us hello david welcome to the clark howard show by clerk area great thank you david how can i serve you overpowering heillecourt are really appreciate what you are and taken to help us out there that need your help your kind to say that i was calling about would for long term care insurance and forty six years old you're a landmark young to be worrying about longterm care insurance well i'm a firefighter them single and they say if he started keeper tony at that age around sixty day you'll be glad you did because it's gonna be so so much more expensive i actually have to respectfully disagree with that in this case because even if there might be an argument to be made for that you're still too young at exit forty six who yeah you're too young to do it especially because uh the premiums were a real deal years ago now they're atrociously expensive and i think the pendulum will swing back not to where it was before but to something more reasonable than where it is now and i would not look at buying it for i generally recommend late '50s early 60s and yes or premium will be more at that point but do you know.
"rose david" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Yeah well the bafta really it really celebrated this film won best british film and won best screenplay best actor and it was nominated for best film and nominated for best actor in a supporting room james rack avoid yeah i gave us why a movie a a why palm because force worker did win best actor which i think does help the cause ultimately it helps people recognize you force whitaker is which got him more rose david yellow it more roles well and i mean i'm one is am de beach and you keep you on i'm a call at as a call out his lee rose after this you know you have david yellow who got a small part in this film and obviously he went on to start leading movies carry washington's in it to you i know in wonder dubious circumstances but it did give some of our bigger players some some roles and it and he is like the prominent you know actor in the movie he's the mo he's the one that people remember the most but for i mean this movie was an about him it's just really sad honestly at can i'm sorry we did and others had movie can i can i shall we say it again and hoodwinked for real cash azam his lead movies since the release of this one okay hmm okay let's investigate leslie game was reagan all right all right i'm gonna say i'm say a force with the community and you guys tell me if you think he's deleted at all right.
"rose david" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder firefighters and northern california's wine country working no hold back a deadly outbreak of wildfires they made gains yesterday but winds are expected to intensify again where the nine thousand firefighters now battling the blazes which are blamed for the deaths of at least thirty five people in paris david schaper isn't santa rosa where more than two hundred people in cinema county remain missing cinema county sheriff roger donald says close to 1500 people in all have been reported missing by loved one since sunday when the devastating fires began every time we do more vacuous inns are missing persons number goes up and it's because people ryan to relatives get scared they call and reported missing because they can't region the cell service cell batteries those kind of things so over some time we tracked down those people whom in input that peace to guess that really is driving the big number but some of these people are truly missing and every day search teams are finding more remains of people who could not escape the fastmoving flames as they incinerated parts of cinema county and jeered donald says he expects the death toll will rise david schaper npr news in santa rosa california democratic turni's general from eighteen states washington d c obliged to lawsuit against the trump administration following the president's move to suspend a key component of the affordable care act capital public radio's been bradford reports from sacramento california attorney general heavier basirah sarah argues the president is illegally sabotaging the healthcare law either in to get the pick and choose which laws you'll follow.
"rose david" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder firefighters in northern california is wine contrary facing the prospect of stiffening wins today as they worked to hold back a deadly outbreak of wildfires they may gains yesterday but winds are expected to intensify again fires erupted north of san francisco nearly a week ago more than nine thousand firefighters are now battling the blazes which are blamed for the deaths of at least thirty six people in paris david tapers in santa rosa were more than two hundred people in cinema county remain missing cinema county sheriff roger donald says close to 1500 people in all of been reported missing by loved one since sunday when the devastating fires began every time we do more vacuous are missing persons number goes up and it's because people ryan to relatives get scared they call and reported missing because they can't reach him to sell service cell batteries those kind of things so over some time we tracked down those people whom in input that peace because that really is driving the big number but some of these people are truly missing and every day search teams are finding more remains of people who could not escape the fastmoving flames as they incinerated parts of cinema county edgier donald says he expects the death toll will rise david schaper npr news in santa rosa calif defense secretary james mattis says his first priority now the president trump has announced a new approach on iran is to confer with allies first the i want to do it good talk to allies uh and talk to them about their perception of iran's miss behavior uh and where there uh basically due in thing the in the just think of nuclear on one hand and think of everything else on the other i wanna go talked about the everything else president trump yesterday chose not to certify that tehran is complying with the 2015 nuclear deal despite objections from other world powers including germany france and the uk trump is warning that he might terminate the agreement but congress now has sixty days to consider whether to reimpose sanctions.
"rose david" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom this is charlie rose on bloomberg his guests david ignatius of the washington post and jamie met soul senior fellow at the atlantic council and once again here's charlie rose david i talk to thumba vicechairman joint chiefs of debt and he suggested that north korean do not want attacked the united states i mean that with this really is is in deir mine a kind of uh deterrent of being attacked because they generally believed the united states would like to come in and overthrow the regime or damage it in some other way do yes a lead that into most of the people in the national security apparatus believed that i well i think i think drug judgments differ whether the north koreans are due let us for selfprotection because they fear that kim jong on doesn't wanna end up lifeform are good awfully giving up its nuclear weapons and then being deposed killed soon after or whether there is a more hostile entire does is hard to know there is a cult of north and selfreliance the israeli the foundation of the modern north korea the backs all office oas up just like jamia i i think the the the danger of miscalculation misreading north korea is is is so large now i spent a lot of talk with people about what would be involved if as as our military commanders begin to think about north korea options and it is an immensely complicated problem but it's not just that the population of seoul would be in effect hostage of north korean missile strikes a vote conventional missile strikes there there are there are perhaps a million up to a million americans who were there there are a million nonamerican foreigners there you have a situation in which the troops would be rushing north as civilians flee south it just it's the the most complicated and potentially catastrophic battlespace but this secular madison this this this would be the the the worst kind of battlefield situation we've seen in the world since the war to and i think he would on madison says a you better take it seriously okay let me just understand this and i don't really understand this had have the american people at the pentagon and at the white house.
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"The financial times citing unidentified people familiar with the matter says twitter is in talks to obtain digital streaming rights to the us pga championship in the uk a financial times says twitter declined to comment the us pga didn't respond to requests for comment globe news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg this is charlie rose on bloomberg his guests david ignatius of the washington post an anthony cordesman from the center for strategic and international studies and once again here's charlie rose david i heard you say on television that that part of the success part of the success in terms of the a use of american military whether it's on the ground or whether it's airstrikes has to do with the present decision to move authority not only to the secretary of defense general mattis but also to commanders in the field explain that to us in the spring of this year a kurdish commanders in syria who were leading the socalled syrian democratic forces believe that they could surprise isis from the south in this city called top cut to the west of rock up if they could get across lake assad atop as a huge hydroelectric dam says strategic gateway to to to to to rock of a very great they needed to get across this large expanse of water and they had five hundred fighters who probably never seen a aircraft let alone a fawn and one and within three days from the proposal from the the syrian kurdish commander let's do this to the actual commencement of the operation it took place through i'm told there was not a single white house meeting to discuss it it was delegated to gentle townsend are the commander in in baghdad organized this they could got the people on the osprey helicopters got the zodiac boats to take heavy equipment across across the lake and bam they ended up there on the ground they fought their way in a tabta it was a bloody battle other they had a toll over 100 killed three hundred wounded.
"rose david" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries as i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg this is charlie rose on bloomberg his guests david ignatius of the washington post an anthony cordesman from the center for strategic and international studies and once again here's charlie rose david i heard you say on television that that part of the success part of the success in terms of the a use of american military whether it's on the ground or whether it's airstrikes has to do with the present decision to move authority not only to the secretary of defense general mattis but also to commanders in the field explain that to us in the spring of this year the kurdish commanders in syria who were leading the socalled syrian democratic forces believe that they could surprise isis from the south in this city called top cuts of the west of rocker if they could get across lake assad atop as a huge hydroelectric dam says strategic gateway to to to to to rock of a very great they needed to get across this large expanse of water and they had five hundred fighters who probably never seen a aircraft let alone a fallen and one and within three days from the proposal from the the syrian kurdish commander let's do this to the actual commencement of the operation it took place the i'm told there was not a single white house meeting to discuss it uh it was delegated to gentle townsend whose rv commander in in baghdad organized this like got the people on the good good osprey helicopters got the zodiac boats to take heavy equipment across across the lake and bam they ended up there on the ground they fought their way in a top it was a bloody battle other they had done toll over 100 killed three hundred wounded and that's a lot of of people to get killed it took out the the isis force that have been trench there for almost three years so the bottom astray she can imagine they're not being an extensive interagency process white house meetings sit room discussions back and forth as the way the bob ministration did things in this case it just went right to the commanders and in happen quickly and this is a significant tactical success in the in the rock a campaign so what's going to change because of whatever.