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Fresh update on "rudy" discussed on Rudy Giuliani
"So let's go back to the tunnel to Towers hotline and let's go to David in Passaic, New Jersey. Behind me is supposed to speak to you. Uh, listen to your show. Cuba made me interested to find out what's with Guantanamo Bay. I went on YouTube. What a beautiful place. Hell, McDonald's subway movie theaters and they have terrorists over there. What you're talking about Guantanamo. Yeah. Oh, I didn't get a chance to go see Guantanamo. I don't think they'll let me into Cuba. But one of my close friends did. I mean, I'll tell you who it is. It was Attorney General Mukasey when he was the attorney general, and he told me it was Probably better than most federal prisons, and the thing that really struck a missed is that terrorists had better Exercise equipment in the Justice Department had But he used to say that it was the whole idea that this was like a terrible confinement. Remember where these guys came from? They came out of, you know, living in the rocks and and below the sand. Um I think that whole Guantanamo thing is just another example of left wing sympathy for the wrong people. About left wing sympathy for the people who died on September 11 and it never happens again. And that's why we've got to keep these terrorists in confinement. Gonna get him tried. And let's get some real penalties for them. When they kill innocent people. Never understood. Also Obama just putting bombs on their heads. And not Getting them first. Trying to turn them. Then you can execute them after a trial. Well, I will give him a real trial. Not like the Democrats do it. You know, I mean, they are getting considerably more due process than Donald Trump gotten Because he got none right? David in Passaic. So One more point there. I don't know if you're hearing me, I hear you. I can't hear. Yes, David. How about the January six political prisoners? Oh, still incarcerated. It's an outrage. With the sit in And in Guantanamo dessert. Looks better. That are people, of course. Oh, yeah, There's no doubt about it. I mean, the Metropolitan Jail is, uh, you know. I'm not going to say it's a hell hole. It's not a terrible jail, but it's not a not a nice one. Quite. Let's put it this way. Guantanamo is much better. Those guys are getting a lot better treatment. But how about all the people that rioted last year and kill people? 25 people? Almost all of them let out. Some of them some people with murder charges. And remember who put up the bail money. Our distinguished vice president. And, uh, and people who work for for, um The guy who camera remember his name. They're all out. Those weren't right. I mean, remember on January six. We got a very bad thing that happened exaggerated into an insurrection. For purposes of destroying Donald Trump. It is very much like Russian collusion. The phony Ukraine story about the conversation, which is fully justified if you listen to the any any part of the Of the hard, hard, hard drive. There. You can't have an excellent insurrection or gunfire. They didn't They didn't fire a gun. Yeah. Looks like they didn't kill anybody, either. The guy who died a couple of days later died of other causes, according to the coroner, not according to the lying left wingers. Oh, there is one person who died and this is another outrage. Uh, a a woman without firearms. Woman who was not, uh Anyway, a mortal danger to anyone. That shooting took place, you know? And it were a black woman. And I mean the black, uh, black woman in a white cop. Uh, and I don't know if the cop is black or white or whatever it is, but whatever the cop is, If that were white cop, or maybe any cop Because bigger after black cops too. Shooting an unarmed Black woman. Whose only crime that you would know of would be trespass. Um You never you never the city. First of all the country would have would have right right again because our maze invite them. The Democrat mayors invite riots by their weakness and by their inability to arrest rioters and By using police officers has observers of riots rather than people to stop them. Before they get started. So let's go to. I mean, let's go to Ted in Forest Hills. Okay, let's go to drew in White Plains. Hey, interesting thing I saw Father Day. Very, very interesting. And I always had this conversation. So I was born aerating the Harlem but I've been up in Westchester County for about five years. So they dog Astorino out when he was the county executive because he fought against the, um you know the low income housing being put certain neighborhoods of the other day. Go up to Chapter four. I don't know if you simply that's the home of Hillary. I know which traffic or sure That's that's the Clinton that's the Clinton mansion up there. Yeah. So listen whole bunch of hippie white people all through the town. Though I see these side, Let's say stop the form based system. Saved Chapel court, So I'm like, that's probably you know something progressive. I go Google it. When I Google it kind of find out that people in chapel call are in an uproar. And my Is this a democratic community because They're going to build low income housing there because they said, Chappaqua has too many white people. So, according to statistics, a low income housing there has to be there. Oh, my God, both white liberal people up there having a heart attack. And I said, Hold on. I'm confused. This is the same thing. Astorino and Trump were called a racist for because they said that this shouldn't have to happen. But now that they're building low income housing And the Clintons backyard. Oh, my gosh. The town is just like Yeah, they're they're going into a heart attack, man. You remember the name the name for them? So liberals like that. Mario Pro Casino is the one I believe, who coined this phrase. Limousine liberals..
Yellen Outlines to Congress Emergency Measures on Debt Limit
"Keep the government from an unprecedented default on the national debt, which currently stands at $28.4 trillion Yellen, warning a default could cause irreparable harm to the economy and the livelihoods of all Americans. Yellen says her actions will buy time until Congress can pass legislation to either raise the debt limit or suspended again for a period of time. The debt limits been suspended for the past two years, but goes back into effect. July 31st. Number of new Covid 19 cases across the U. S has tripled in the past month.
Radicals Like D.A. Vance, A.G. James Are Purposely Persecuting Trump and Allies
"Look at the situation in New York, New York. With the radical left wing. In my view, unethical District Attorney Manhattan advance Charges the CFO of the trump companies. With some minor tax issues, and they had him up. She it's $3 million using a car. He didn't report that And a few other goodies that they get as corporate executives. Every corporate executive in this country, you better go back and amend your tax returns. Normally what the IRS does a slap you on the hands they could pay interest in the penalty. You don't you're not charge not indicted. I didn't have this. Latisha. What's her ass? The attorney general of New York, who runs for office. Saying she wants to take down Donald Trump that she will use her office. Not only doesn't she recuse herself, she's not disbarred Nothing. Nothing. And then Rudy Giuliani. His law license is temporarily suspended because the New York lawyers and and others their judges. Didn't like the way he represented his client during the last election and in Washington, D. C. Not to be outdone says Well, we're going to have to do it, too, because he has a lot of license here until that's resolved. Incredible.
Interview With Emily Rhudy of ForeFlight Pilot Support Team
"And today we have. Emily rudy with us. She has been a member of our pilot support team for seven years now and is also a first officer. Aga- major airline. Emily thank you so much for talking to me today. Thanks for having me course. It's always great to talk to you especially a fellow emily at four flight. So we'd like to start off each episode by just explaining where we're at so behind me. I'm actually at pa- lashes. It's a great role coastal town in texas. You can fly their pick up this amazing decommissioned Crew car as you can see in the corner. Go out and get some seafood. Fly home. Great day trip. But where are you at. I'm in the bombardier seat of the twenty nine fi. Fi the air force. So how did you get to be in this spot and have this opportunity because that is amazing. The commemorative air force is a is a nonprofit organization. It's a living history museum and once in awhile. I go out with them. Certain air shows with the b twenty five between nine and just raising awareness so this was one of the tours a couple years ago. I took this photo waltham over colorado. I think so when they're going out and doing these tours. What are some of the main education points or objectives that they have Well it's you know to Educate inspire Honor the veterans that flew these men and women that flew these and just teach everyone about You know world war two and the korean war and these these warbirds flu and we're trying to go out there and raise money to keep them flying definitely and that's very important of course and i imagine with this opportunity you've had some very unique experiences or stories you can share with us. Oh absolutely You know we provide free rides for war two veterans so those are always a treat when you you know. There's not many laughed when you get to meet one And you know. Give them a ride or they get in the airplane. There was one guy that was probably ninety nine years old. And
"rudy" Discussed on Bad Friends
"In the wild west seattle that stuff right or we land right and it's like hovercrafts and jetsons type sharing or or i got better and better. We're underwater. no now that's good. That's good but he is a fourth one. Okay we land. We look at the window and we see everyone either in the out there either. Six hundred pounds or with the double heads. That's everybody everybody. Oh man that's everybody over the no heads right and and us three are the only ones who look on causing cooler heads right and it's sort of like a reverse. Racism thing were the outcast and we get shamed right so goofy. There's a seed. Where i go to like a mannequin store. Whatever and a chop off american head and put it on my shoulder just so that i can be one of them. She walk around. And then we'll see where rudy gets a fat suit. Oh yeah yeah yeah right right and they with you right. We get a shirt right a mechanism. Where the shirt ends here. So it's my really tall guy with no head. Yeah love it this great. We're walking around town with a second and really six hundred pounds but she's trying to fight. Is this horrible. Justify nice somehow housing jonesing.
Rudy Giuliani's D.C. Law License Suspended
"Rudy Giuliani cannot practice law in Washington, D. C until his suspension in New York is resolved. An appeals court suspended Giuliani's Giuliani's license back in, UM last month. Over his false statements after the 2020 presidential election, Giuliani had been trying to get course to overturn former President Trump's
Rudy Giuliani Suspended From Practicing Law in Washington, D.C.
"Giuliani's D. C C Law Law license license was was suspended suspended today. today. The The suspension suspension by by the the District District Court Court of of Appeals Appeals was was triggered triggered automatically automatically after after New New York York state state suspended suspended the the law law license license last last month. month. That That suspension suspension in in New New York is temporary, pending a discipline. Very hearing. Giuliani has actively challenged the results of last year's election on behalf of former President Trump and had been an inactive member of the D. C bar in good Standing.
How Alex Yurkowski Created the All-in-One Management Tool ClickUp
"Alex jurkowski grew up in new jersey has always been detect and building things especially in software like many others. It started with a lot of video games like warcraft starcraft basically the entire blizzard portfolio. But along with that include legos connects and then progress naturally into pure science. He attended notre dame to study cs and being part of the fighting irish. He can confirm. There is a love hate relationship with the rudy story post college. He worked at ibm for stint in north carolina. And it was at this point in his life that he got married and then moved to. La he's been there for about five years co-founder working on together and they went through multiple workflow tools. That didn't fit their work style. They realized that there was a gap in the market where people needed a tool that them to work the way they wanted and have all of their tools in one place. This is the creation story of click up up his like one place for all your work. So it's more than just project management we bring in your task management but we also in your docs spreadsheets goals chat outbound. Email all to like one workspace. That's fully customizable. Say one place to organize. You're working and really get things done. There are few tools out there that try to help you to get things done and organize your work. We we were going through means working. Odd other things prior to click up. We were going through multiple different tools. And we just couldn't find what we liked but they all kind of have are very opinionated about your workflow shit e there. They think you should work a certain way. It didn't fit our work style and we didn't understand why there's not a tool out there that allows you to work the way you want and get all your things in one place because we were using five different tools depending on the project sense so we saw an opportunity to make something ourselves and then eventually realized. Hey other people probably would like this to
Why Alex Yurkowski Created the All-in-One Management Tool ClickUp
"Alex jurkowski grew up in new jersey has always been detect and building things especially in software like many others. It started with a lot of video games like warcraft starcraft basically the entire blizzard portfolio. But along with that include legos connects and then progress naturally into pure science. He attended notre dame to study cs and being part of the fighting irish. He can confirm. There is a love hate relationship with the rudy story post college. He worked at ibm for stint in north carolina. And it was at this point in his life that he got married and then moved to. La he's been there for about five years co-founder working on together and they went through multiple workflow tools. That didn't fit their work style. They realized that there was a gap in the market where people needed a tool that them to work the way they wanted and have all of their tools in one place. This is the creation story of click up up his like one place for all your work. So it's more than just project management we bring in your task management but we also in your docs spreadsheets goals chat outbound. Email all to like one workspace. That's fully customizable. Say one place to organize. You're working and really get things done. There are few tools out there that try to help you to get things done and organize your work. We we were going through means working. Odd other things prior to click up. We were going through multiple different tools. And we just couldn't find what we liked but they all kind of have are very opinionated about your workflow shit e there. They think you should work a certain way. It didn't fit our work style and we didn't understand why there's not a tool out there that allows you to work the way you want and get all your things in one place because we were using five different tools depending on the project sense so we saw an opportunity to make something ourselves and then eventually realized. Hey other people probably would like this
Democrats Are Attacking Trump Organization Officials in Attempt to Target President Trump
"The abuse of law, the abuse of investigative power the abuse of prosecution. Was announced literally 30 minutes ago. That the outer League, gentlemen Was the chief financial officer. These trump businesses. Is likely to be indicted. And they want to indict him, not because they care about him. They want to threaten him. They want to crush him. They want to force him to make some kind of plea deal. Against President Trump. You saw how they did that. With other individuals at the federal level. Where they tried. Unbelievable. Democrat prosecutors. In both cases elected Democrat prosecutors. You see what the Democrat Bar and Democrat judges Are doing to Rudy Giuliani. One of the great lawyers in this country. Suspending his license. Because they don't like what he said about the election.
Primary Leader Adams Calls Himself ‘Face of the New Democratic Party’
"Update, this is coming out of New York. Um, the Democrat who is running for mayor of New York. Interesting guy's name is Eric Adams. Don't know if you know a whole lot about him. Um, he told reporters Quote. I am the face of the new Democratic Party. He's leading in the polling there right now. Former police officer Uh he was the president of the New York City borough of Brooklyn and former captain in the New York City Police Department. And in the closing weeks of the mayoral campaign, the primary at least he said that curbing the increase of crime and gun violence in the city would be his top priority. And he and he is making his issuing this warning to the very left leaning part of the party. He is considered a moderate. Yeah, that game's over. He said, Uh, this I'm the new face. He's more moderate. Well, the crime is off the charts charts off the charts, and, um, Andrew Yang, I mean, he's totally out of it. I mean, he came in, like fifth or something. I mean, slipped that much. She really dead and then on the Republican side, Curtis Leela, who is the founder, the Guardian Angels and has been in that city, you know, since dirt He came out on top in the Republican side, but that's really I mean, that's I mean, what are the chances that a Republican becomes rule? Rudy Giuliani was mayor man. That's true, but the way the way they they break out right now in New York, it's looking more
If the Courts Are Coming After Rudy Giuliani, Then Stacey Abrams Should Be Next
"Jurists highlighted a number of examples when Giuliani leveled false claims. The number of absentee ballots counted in Pennsylvania. After bat. Biden had carried the state And Stacy Abrams, a lawyer, Mr Producer, Can you Google that and find out? I assume she's going to be Have her license, at least temporarily. Frozen as a result of the allegations she made about the election. She law Respondent made these faults. What is it? Well, why isn't she suspended? What about this lawyer? Crump has been promoted. He's made some outrageous statements in the course of his representative representation of some individuals. How come his his license isn't suspended. Because it depends who you are. That's all Said Respondent made these false claims during his November 8 2020 radio program Radio program. They're monitoring a radio program. Dr Maria Ryan during a November 25 2020 meeting of the Republican State Senate Majority Policy Committee in Gettysburg. They're tracking down. His statement, this radio appearances. Episode of the Steve Bannon Show Podcast. In a video Twitter. Giuliani's son, Andrew's running for New York governor said he was infuriated by the decision. He should be
New York Conservatives Have No Rights, Proven by Rudy Giuliani's Law License Suspension
"New York and New York City. If you're a conservative Or if you're a Republican. Or if you're just not One of the left wing Democrat cooks. Apparently don't have any rights. There is something shocking I saw today and any lawyer should be shocked by this. But of course, most of the reprobates won't be Here's the headline in The New York Post. Rudy Giuliani's law license suspended in New York. Overstatements on voter fraud. What Rudy Giuliani's law license was temporarily suspended on Thursday. By a panel of New York judges who found him a quote false and misleading statements unquote related to voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. How about all those lawyers that were involved in the Russia? Collusion, Conspiracy? Ladies and gentlemen, how many of them had their licenses suspended? Many of the members of Congress or lawyers, how many of them had their licenses suspended? None. Not a one. So Rudy is being targeted. He's being targeted by the legal establishment in New York City. The ruling from the appeals court said there was uncontroverted evidence. Giuliani made false statements while he was acting as legal counsel for former President Donald Trump. So here you have the legal establishment, the political establishment, the media establishment. All of you are not allowed to question this election. Under any circumstances after we went through all the bogus charges and criminal investigations and impeachments You are not allowed to question this election. Let's pretend the election was perfect. You're not allowed to question it
New York Court Suspends Rudy Giuliani's Law License
"An appeals court suspended Rudy Giuliani from practicing law in New York an attorney disciplinary committee asked an appeals court to suspend your Leontes license on the grounds it violated professional conduct rules as he promoted theories that the twenty twenty election was stolen through fraud former president Donald Trump calls it a politically motivated witch hunt Giuliani calls it a disgrace saying on his radio show he defended an unpopular client was threatened with death a good deal of income was taken away and he lost friends over it I am curated by all these Giuliani son Andrew says it's all about politics this is going after one of president's trump's closest allies that's exactly what this is in any American that doesn't believe that they are just by entrances benches are often a precursor to disbarment I met Donahue
Wall Street Journal Article Explains Why 'Free Money Can Make Life Worse'
"Of the workforce, pay him to never work again. And by the way, you may be thinking to yourself. Oh, yeah. This free money stuff. This works really well. It's compassionate. I mean, we're giving people money they needed. No, they need a job and you need to tell them they need a job. That's real compassion. Here's an article in The Wall Street Journal. Be my newsletter today. I need you to read. It's important. It's by Robert Door who worked in New York City during the welfare reform years. Rudy Giuliani and Bill Clinton, who worked with Newt Gingrich to put conditions on people working. He said. If you are going to get taxpayer money from people who are working, then you need to be looking for a job. If you're addicted to drugs, you need to see treatment. You're in a fatherless home. You need to try to find you need to do your best to find the father. The father should be paying too. And liberals will tell you all that was really that was horrible. There was so evil it was so not compassionate. How dare you pay people Excuse me take away money from people who are not working. Well, what happened when they did that Well hears from a guy who lived here is the top of the peace free money can make life worse. Robert Door, Wall Street Journal today. He talks about after they implemented welfare reform and made people look for jobs. What happened, folks? Well, outcomes approved across nearly every measure of child well being. Child hunger dropped education, improved health outcomes have gotten progressively better and properly measured. Child poverty fell almost 8% points in the subsequent decades. Why? Because parents went back to work. They got careers, many of them they taught that example to their kids. Their kids want to work. How do you explain a story like my mother in law came here with nothing? Came here with zero in her wallet didn't even speak the English language from the great country of Colombia came over here. Created three
Institutions Are Collapsing Everywhere Due to Ridiculous Liberal Agendas
"You how the scientific community has abdicated their own, not all of them but many of them to advance political, not scientific agenda. As a matter of fact, they're doing anti science. People within our government. Your taxpayer dollars were entrusted with people like Dr Fauci, who now shockingly, is playing the victim. As if he's a public figure, not open to public scrutiny. Being paid by your taxpayer dollars again seems to have had a series of data points and facts that were either withheld or sidelined. In what appears to be a political, not a public health agenda. Institutions are falling apart everywhere. We have our FBI right now. The upper management of the FBI, which is deemed it more important to target Rudy Giuliani, Rudy Giuliani. Excuse me and reporter John Solomon. Then go after Antifa and BLM, which nearly burned down, you know, Americans said that entire portions of American liberal cities And burned down conservative areas. He burned down their own cities. Why aren't they a target? Because they're an inconvenient political target, and it would anger aggravate people on the left, who seemed to be running the top of the FBI institutions are collapsing
Jazz Advance to 2nd Round, Beating Grizzlies in Game 5
"The jazz a wrapped up their first round series in five games by downing the Grizzlies one twenty six one ten Donovan Mitchell scored twenty six of his thirty points in the first half he also had ten assists and six rebounds in twenty nine minutes Mitchell cap you toss big first half with two contested twenty six foot jumpers to make it seventy five fifty wanted to break fix setting the tone was huge well I think we did that is unit on both ends of the floor understand that you can't give a team like that life Jordan Clarkson dropped in twenty four points and Rudy go there had twenty three with fifteen rebounds to help power the top seeded jazz to the fourth straight win chrisley star John Moran finished his record setting first playoff series with twenty seven points eleven assists I'm Dave Ferrie
Mitchell Scores 30, Jazz Beat Memphis 120-113 to Go Up 3-1
"The Utah Jazz grabbed a three games to one lead in their first round series against the Memphis Grizzlies with a one twenty one thirteen victory Donovan Mitchell led the jazz with thirty points as Utah's round with three straight wins after dropping game one of the series at home I think the biggest thing is we didn't come into our room right we cannot have you for the women leaders to come knocking like you got a job at the it's not finished yet that's the message we know this message Jordan Clarkson added twenty four points for the jazz or Rudy Gobert scored thirteen of his seventeen points in the third quarter or Utah scored forty one points to grab a thirteen point lead jamarat Cup the Grizzlies with twenty three points and twelve assists the jets can close out this best of seven series in Utah on Wednesday I'm Jim Bernard
The Commission That Wanted To Use Our Intelligence Agencies.
"Vote. Finally, some Republicans showed some guts and didn't get bullied into this January six commission. What do you need? A commission for? Everybody knows what happened. There's one like 400 FBI investigations or something going on like the FBI has got nothing better to do Remember their list. The targets it appears right now is like Rudy Giuliani, John Solomon. People who showed up at the rally and in somewhere like six or 10 is like Al Qaeda, Isis in China or something like that. Commission wanted to use intelligence. You wait. Process this for a minute. What about diet? Don't want to rumble through this. This is important. This commission. Wanted to use our intelligence agencies. You know, CIA? This this May. There's a lot of him D A. And I say whatever it may be wanted to use our intelligence agencies. To investigate. Things that happened on the mall. It including the overwhelming majority of people, I would assume who showed up there and did nothing other than exercise their first Amendment right to assemble. Uh, no. That is a big fat juicy
Andrew Giuliani Running for New York Governor
"Young man who believes what new york state really needs is a governor named giuliani. I will faithfully discharge the duties. And that i will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of mayor of the city of new york office of mayor of the city of new york according to the best of last thing before we go tonight. That was rudy. Giuliani's inauguration as new york city mayor twenty-seven years and one reputation ago. No one remembers the speech only the behavior of his son. Andrew parents watching cut the lads some slack. We figured who are we to judge. But then saturday night. Live including the essential. Chris farley decided. Let's go ahead and judge came here with twenty dollars in his pocket. He dreamed life could be better for himself and his children today to dream of a city. That can be better than it is. Everyone wants to come to new york. Artistic career yell. Fashion cultural institutions are the best in the world are well fast forward. 'til now andrew is all growed up and he's decided to run for governor of new york as one does when one's father is under federal investigation. He's been trying to get free media attention naturally. He did an interview with russian television last week again as one does. He's also made a campaign ad in which he does. The josh hawley raised fist thing in a near empty times square at night and today he formally announced his candidacy. And here's a preview. It didn't go well okay. Well my fellow new yorkers. It's a great honor to be with you all here today to announce my candidacy to become the fifty seventh governor of our great state of new york. Which one is that. Is that miss manhattan. Or is that lady lady liberty over there so
"rudy" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Yeah. The foreign agents registration act is a law it is mostly not enforced criminally but it does have criminal provisions and it requires that americans operating or non-americans for that matter operating in as agents of a foreign principle which can be a state a business of nonprofit organization. It can basically be anything. That's you know any foreign entity that if you're operating in the united states in the political arena as agents of foreign principal you have to register with the justice department and so one possibility here. Is that rudy. Giuliani our one. Potential theory of liability is that rudy. Giuliani was operating on behalf of ukrainian oligarchs of a pro russian disposition or on behalf of some other entity and did not disclose that to the justice department and register as a foreign agent. Now it's important to emphasize that the theory of liability in a search warrant is not necessarily the theory of liability. That will show up in the indictment. If and when there isn't indictment it is merely something that the justice department believes the us attorney's office and the f. b. i. believes that they can establish probable cause for for purposes of the search warrant. But that does appear to be the basis for the investigation or at least one of the basis for the investigation right and we'll talk a little bit more about the question of what's required for a search warrant in a bit. But before that i did note that giuliani said on. Tucker carlson's show that he's added clauses to his contracts and countries like ukraine to and i quote say that he will not engage in lobbying foreign representation ben that that makes it totally illegal right well so first of all it does not necessarily correct issues that arose earlier before those clauses were added but secondly the definition of agency of a foreign principle is significantly broader than just lobbying if you are operating for example in a pr context on behalf of a foreign principle that can trigger the requirement to register. If you're meeting with people in the political arena in order to you know butter them up so that a deal can happen that can trigger an obligation to register. The text of the foreign agents. Registration act is exceptionally broad. And on its face it incorporates a lot of things that would be pretty tricky to correct by contract. In addition the law does not say that you can't enter into a contract to do x and y and z. It says you can't do x. Y. and z without registering. And so. i don't think that contractual language alone would necessarily solve the problem if there is a problem right and to be clear rudy. Did say that he'd he's also said he in the contract that he would not engage in foreign representations perhaps he's covered although that doesn't solve the problem of What the contract can and can't do jacob before we move onto discussing the circumstances of the warren. I wanted to turn to you to sort of remind listeners of where we've seen farah pop up before it's really been a power player. The mueller investigation. Can you give us an overview of where it showed up before and how that compares to how it's showing up now. Yes who has been mentioned. Fair used to be almost never enforced in a prosecutorial contacts by the justice department right but then in the muller years and even a little bit before then if it really has this revitalization as a prosecutorial tool so there's a major players from the trump world that have gotten ensnared with ferret charges so michael. Flynn got in trouble for making false statements in fair documents about his work on behalf of the turkish government and as ben mentioned a lot of that had to do with things that were in a very pr capacity on behalf of the turkish government. So there's flynn and then. Paul metaphor pleaded guilty to conspiracy in connection with fair violations for failing to register his lobbying work on behalf of victory on a kovic and the government of ukraine. And then there's lots of other so even as recently as as at the end of last year. Elliott brody who's a political fundraiser pleaded guilty last october to faira charges in connection with lobbying on behalf of the chinese and malaysian governments. And there's all sorts of others in the course of the mueller investigation including as been alluded to some people who are not actually america for for their activity on social media as agents of the russian government. Which is an interesting wrinkle of the way that the justice department is used fair but at the end of the day it really is. It's becoming increasingly common tool for for the justice department in the prosecutorial context. Let's talk about the circumstances of this warrant. The new york times reported that under president trump prosecutors had wanted to move ahead with the search but that senior political appointees sought to block the warrants and after president biden took office and attorney. General merrick garland was confirmed. The justice department lifted its objections. According to the times the department. I objected during the summer of twenty twenty on the grounds that any search would be too close to the election and that again in the fall. So ben what should we make of this. Is it totally inappropriate for the justice. Department under trump took intervened here or can you make a good faith argument for the delay because after all other as we all know there is a policy that doj should try to avoid taking actions that could affect the outcome of an election. Here yes so. There's several issues that potentially justify main justices involvement. One is the policy of not taking overt steps in an investigation. Normally that is by the way an investigation of a candidate right. This is of course rudy. Giuliani is not a candidate. He is a lawyer for one of the candidates. And so i can kind of see the relevance of that argument as a prudential matter may be the last thing. The country needed in august before the election. Was you know a big fight over the propriety of a search warrant executed against the president's lawyer particularly when the facts that would support it couldn't be released and so that's one possible basis the though second possible basis is that when you execute a search warrant or apply for a search warrant involving a lawyer in his or her capacity as a lawyer representing a client that is a very touchy subject under any circumstances and actually is a matter that the justice department has special procedures for that require consultation. I believe at least with the deputy attorney general's office or you know with with main justice. So the idea that the us attorney's office in new york would have had to go to main justice and vet. This does not seem unreasonable to me. Now what does seem.
"rudy" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Deputy managing editor jacob schultz to catch up on. Just what is going on in the wild world of rudy giuliani. It's the law fair. Podcast may fifth the return of rudy after a year of quiet. Everyone's favourite lawyer rudy. Giuliani is back in the headlines. Once again jacob. Can you bring us up to speed on. Why on earth we're talking about rudy right now. So rudy is back this time because on april twenty eighth the fbi executed search warrants against his home and his office in new york city and they took a bunch of computers. Bunch of phones to to look more into them and so at the time and the execution of the warrant and in the days. Since there's been a bunch of news stories sort of explaining what might be an issue what the fbi might be after so for what we know it has to do with his business dealings in ukraine and his involvement in some things that will remind a bunch of people to twenty nineteen impeachment scandal. So they're certain parts of giuliani's efforts to remove the us ambassador ukraine that are involved in a bunch of different threads and reuters. Had a big follow up story yesterday. That filled in a bunch of gaps. About what was actually on the warrants writers spoke with giuliani's attorney and a bunch of people who are named on the warrant are really. It's it's just a who's who of the twenty nineteen scandal. I was looking at my tabs on my computer when ours. Prepping for this and it may well have been december of two thousand and nineteen and so the people on the warrant were left parnis and eager furman who are two of giuliani's associates who are in the mix of all the efforts to dig up dirt on hunter biden. There's john solomon who is a journalist who who had pushed disinformation laden op. Eds that were involved in the whole thing. There's petra porsche. Shaneco the former head of state of ukraine. And lots of other folks who really hearken back to the the twenty nine scandal. So so that's why rudy is back because of a investigation a search warrant executed at his home and ben. What were your thoughts when you saw this rudy news is sort of had this moment of you know god. It's groundhog day. Here we go again. What did you think so on the one hand. I had that reaction as well on the other hand. You know i was kind of expecting it in the sense that if rudy's dealings were as shady as they frankly seemed to be even at the time it was not reasonable to expect that he would escape accountability an investigation for them after trump left office. And we know that these characters were bad enough that some of them were indicted in real time from an end parnasse in particular and we also know from news reporting that there were a lot of other elements of this that would legitimately spark investigative concern. So i it's not too surprising that once you remove the inhibitions associated with investigating the incumbent president's lawyer while he's engaged in activities on behalf of the incumbent president that something like this would happen so i i guess on the one hand. There was a groundhog day. Quality to it and on the other hand there was a kind of well. What did you expect to happen. Quality to it. there's also a particular irony with giuliani giuliani investigation progressing to this point. Obviously he's become an am associated with political scandal and donald trump over the last two years but there are other aspects of his background that make it particularly amusing that he's now facing an fbi investigation in the southern district of new york. I'm looking at a book right now. I have a my desk. That's titled leadership by rudolph. W giuliani where. He looks. Very noble on the cover. Ben can you just remind listeners. Who might have thankfully forgotten what giuliani's background is and why there's some irony in his being investigated right now. Suny yes so first of all you know those who whose memories of rudy giuliani are limited. To the last few years will forget may reasonably. Forget that this was not always a clownish figure rudy. Giuliani was the us attorney for the southern district of new york. Which is to say the head of the office that now sought and received the search warrant against him. He was also the associate attorney general of the united states during the reagan administration. He was of course most famously. The mayor of new york including during nine eleven and in that role was a quite celebrated leadership figure who used a celebrity associated with his. You know genuinely admirable role in the period immediately around nine eleven to launch a presidential run in two thousand twelve. And so this you know this was somebody who prior to donald trump was generally regarded as a credible serious figure who whatever one thought of him and he certainly had his. Eccentricities was not regarded as a as a clown and certainly was not regarded as a criminal he was he was regarded as a tough on crime and prosecutor who kind of represented the sort of the establishment wing of the republican party that was not especially socially conservative. And that. was you know sort of a compatible with the sort of sort of cosmopolitan values of a place like new york city in two thousand nine thousand nine. When news that rudy was potentially being investigated. I crept up a new york magazine. Got a quote from him about the fact that he was being investigated by his former office where he and he responded and i quote if they're investigating me. They're assholes so let's talk a little bit. About what specifically is that rudy has done and how he should of fallen from that pedestal that benn described so reportedly according to the new york times. One of the warrants virtually on his devices suggested that investigators were searching for communications between him and several ukrainian officials including the former president of ukraine. Petro per shaneco and two former prosecutors. Who helped him collect information about the biden's in ukraine the times also reported that Federal authorities have focused on whether giuliani illegally lobbied the trump administration and twenty nineteen on behalf of ukrainian officials and oligarchs jacob. That sounds pretty complicated. Can you go a little bit more in depth on what exactly it is. That giuliani was doing that. Seems to have gotten him in trouble here. And how that connects to the impeachment and twenty nineteen. Yeah so there's a bunch of different threats to the so. I think the the logical place to start is maybe with poor shaneco so just to be clear. There's another ukrainian for head of state with ties to trump's inner circle and that's victory on a kovic who had employed paul manafort so. This is different head of state of ukraine. So poor shaneco takes over after yana kovic. And there's a bunch of reporting that suggests that in february of twenty nineteen while porsche anco was still the president and before he would go on to lose to current president zelinski to of giuliani's associates. So that's harness and they go to porsche anco and they say something to the effect of look we want you to do some digging that might benefit president trump in his upcoming presidential campaign. And if you're able to do that or range free to have a state visit in washington. Dc so so something to that effect and also in on that visit is jury lutsenko. Who's a former prosecutor in ukraine. And who was really a a major player in the ukraine impeachment scandal. Also this meeting happens and it's right at the time where porsche is in the middle of his presidential race and he's really doing very badly in the polls he's deeply unpopular likely going to lose and he sees the chance to to have an official state visit in washington dc as as a really important thing for for both him and his campaign. It's something that could improve his image in a country where americans support is really important and with russian military presence in east country so with.
"rudy" Discussed on Bad Friends
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"rudy" Discussed on Bad Friends
"Game you call. Well i get it. Yeah what do you say rude. He's very honest. he's very honest man. You're so descriptive. I mean she should work for a company that describes things on like you know on food does descriptions of advertise an advertising as a measure of she worked in an advertising agency and they were like rudy drink and she's like warm and i like liquid perfect while you're in all right. Let's get another woman. Let's get into lady. Is the lady ladies would work. Because here's the problem. You and i you're very alpha meli correct. Yeah very. i'm across between both your and being the victim. But i can also be no yes. I'm sorry victim. The victim like that. But then i can also go real alpha malian attack hundred percent so i'm between so we're both you know we need somebody easy. Works is because she has none of that. all right. this is Who's this is billy. All right let's see billy i. This is my audition for the. I wanna be rudy thing that you posted. I'm not sure how these go or what you're supposed to say in them. Not an actress or anything. But it's my name's billy. And i'm half columbian i was born in venezuela grew up in indonesia. I don't know what to talk about in these things yeah. I love the show. I started watching yet probably about six months ago or something. Like that and only recently heard about bobby leeann andrew santino. Probably about a year and a half ago or something. I just love the show. I think it's great. And i'd love to be a part of it and Yeah i don't know what else to talk about it. If you need any information you can get in touch with me Yeah you know what i'm gonna say. The only person that would match her innocent so far. She's so far the best show innocent so sweet normal sincere authentic can tell that she's a little scared and little scares. She doesn't really know what's going on. I really like are honestly think he's the best rudy. Likes her so that she's the best. She's the best. Yeah something about her was so honestly an innocent and like she honestly she was like i don't know i don't think she and i think in the middle of the filming she was like. I don't even know if i want to do this right. That's kind of why i like. I don't know how this go. Yeah that's great man billy. You're you're in the front. According to root he's number one right now number one anymore women anymore girls. How many more women jazz is this. Look at the women. Sure okay okay. Alright already. the look is there. i mean what. Okay hi andrew. Hi bobby hi rudy and everybody had bad friends before. I begin my addition tape. I actually wanted to take the time until you guys that i did create a jingle. This was a couple of weeks ago for bad friends. It's not perfect yet. But i do want to. Just you know singing for you guys. And i hope that you guys lo- goes hey. Everybody thinks for listening. We liked being funny laughing. All the way he andrew and tito bobby full gear by drool squire bernardi but anyways will see you next week. Thank you for being a bad friend. Wow but.
"rudy" Discussed on The Bugle
"It's like being accused of unethical. Business practices by lex. Luther king of baseless nonsense. I think you'll slightly legally shaky ground. I think tucker. Carlson was able to legally defend himself in call by claiming that no one takes anything he says. Ask chris by need to check that stuff. Us from getting sued indeed factcheck. This and kid is nothing else to do. And indeed is correct. And you'll find at least one link in the show notes. I can't believe trump's legal attempts to overturn election result of all being stymied when his principal lawyer is a ban who was tricked by barra and whose entire legal education seems to be from the film. My cousin possibly happen. I mean twenty. Twenty two to return to the more important is the heads are running down his face. I mean i thought. I'm gonna tectonic hotline opening in rudy giuliani's cheek and if so the thing that would symbolize this millennium. So was he sweating. Pure duck guilt. Oh was ever roic. I'll be of ants marching down his face to crawl across to his mouth and somehow shots with their ads corpses. It was truly extraordinary. But an old man verbally thrashing against reality a half wit houdini trying and failing to escape from a perfectly normal overcoat that he's deliberately put on back to front with one single bug button. Done up giuliani's now completed his gradual determines metamorphosis into a visibly melting manned mirage cocooned in an inescapable prison of his own explosive delusions manure in the fertile sort of demagoguery with the mammoth shit of confected conspiracy apart ghost part manifestation of the floors endangers of our politics media an economics with hats. I running down. His face fights. Everyone fights hughes down his furious cheeks. Weeping physical metaphor for modern america so that this was the top story this week i would also say that as much as obviously it's intrinsically larry's at everything about it is ridiculous and offensive and disgusting. It could still work out the last four years. I am slightly amazed when i see people saying. Oh this is. it's biden's won the election. What's the big deal i. I'm old enough to remember al going to lay around a gang. It turns out you actually lost even though you got the most votes so there's no reason to assume that when it comes to actually selecting the electives because the process by which they could steal this election effectively is by having the electors who get sent to. The electoral college replaced by republican favoring state legislatures. And if you don't think that could happen you have not been paying enough attention to the last four years. This is a critical moment for american democracy. I'd like a storm cloud shaped like an ass or a mild burning sensation. When you pay. Just because it involves things brackets butts and penises. They're inherently and seem ridiculous doesn't mean is it something about which you should be deeply deeply concerned. American democracy needs to go to the clinic and get its dick checked. Be about to be in a lot of gig. Trouble could be patriot or it could be the death of democracy.
"rudy" Discussed on The Bugle
"That's his entire reasoning for his ability. But my favorite detail about is the scene that he's referencing is when joe pepsi's character holds up two fingers and move further away to try illustrate that witness claims that they saw the cri- big it couldn't have seen it because they were too far away. Right but illustrative that saying rudy. Giuliani said these people referred to the poll observers. Were further away than my cousin. Vinny was from the witnesses. Now this means one of two things. Either rudy giuliani believes that he is related by blood to the character. All rudy. giuliani doesn't understand. How films work. The main character of inception is a man called inception. Imagine that. bang your favorite low movie. Let's get back to that like he's not gonna pick legally blonde a man come on this. So many law movies to kill a mockingbird. Choose that one. Is he a black person. Jaki twelve angry men the coal target demographic for the trump campaign rudy giuliani's favorite law movies. The first twenty minutes of tequila balking at the sydney palaces mother extraordinarily Extraordinary things she claimed that the software's most one of its most characteristic features is is it's ability to flip votes it can set and run an algorithm that probably she said ran all over the country to take a certain percentage of votes from the and flip them to biden which it did apartment the fact that it did not Not in reality. Anyone dimensions that operating on at the moment. I'm and i don't say it wasn't the other really can blame. The you know an algorithm for flipping votes from trump to buy i think the reason votes flipped from trump to biden as trump Being an enormous vote flipping could be a factor earlier in the week Household fox business. She was going to release the kraken. The kraken is a legendary giant squid like sea monster from ancient norse sagas and to be honest. That was the most believable thing anyone in trump's legal shit squad. how said since the election. I mean there are more likely to unveil a gargantuan. Kill a scandinavian mythical octopus than find enough evidence. To overturn the election results. It might even be assigned of a willingness to roll back on some of their more outlandish claims. She also claimed that trump had beat beaten biden by a landslide by a landslide reminiscent of when pompeii beat mount vesuvius when absolute pyroclastic surge. Even tucker carlson on fox has blasted julie audio for lack of evidence. At when you're getting criticized by tucker carlson you know it is time to put your fishing. Wrote back in the back. Pack up your sandwiches fold up. You're still police back in your bag. Climb one way. All other of the whales intestine and admit that you're fishing trip has not gone. Well.
"rudy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"I worry you at some way because we're were paid to worry inside campaigns and fix problems so all of those little episodes were concerning Including the the attacks defined in the attacks on taxes etc but the fact is is that we didn't let any Room for that. We always were in a position to to respond pivot and make it right. I thought you guys were smart. After the floyd stuff all started when trump tried to move it to law and order now. Luckily the trump campaign was financially crippled. You guys should send a medal of honor to par scaling kushner for that but you had a tough campaign decision to make their. Maybe maybe it wasn't that tough but traditionally would be do. We go engage in trump's issuing essentially a defensive fight or do we try to change the channel and move on. And i think you got spigot won. This thing is too big to change the channel. Move on we got to engage in beat it to hopefully draw and two. We have the money to do it. I don't think there's a single day. After the republican convention were trump had the money to match or beat. You guys on tv so you had the muscled kind of be able to to fight your way out of that corner. I thought some people would say oh. Never give them their issue. But i thought it was exactly. But here's here's the other thing i would say about joe biden. There was never a time during this campaign where you're dealing with all these crises that he did not meet the moment and what was interesting about ten early on because of covert and him being is leading etc is. He did big speeches. He'd go on there with the podium. The flags in the back and he looked sounded like a president right. You know when. He gave his big speech on kobe. He sounded like a president when he gave his big speech. What you're talking about a on law and order. You know talking about what he believed in in terms of post George floyd in the protests in criminal justice reform and not being you know ford to fund etc etc. He sounded and looked like a president. When it would go up there and talk about foreign policy. He sounded look like a president and quite frankly even in the democratic convention which was spectacular and stephanie cutter. Should just get kudos for that left. And right what she put on. Which was his coming out party. He looked and sounded like a president with leadership. And let's not forget. He laid out his vision and agenda ninety percent of our tv commercials. Were positive right. We gave voters something to grab onto and say okay. That's the type of president that joe biden is going to be. You know people hated trump so three when it run with a needed. They needed to know more about joe biden and they got it one nerdy follow up and then gibbs go here so thank you rapper. But in here. I'm just curious are nerdy. Listeners occurs to during the early days of the primary when you were like okay. We got the big national lead because we got the name. Id we got a good relationship in the african american community. But we're gonna go get chopped up and some of these early contests because that's the kind of the dynamic these things and fundraising as okay. Not great who are you most worried about in the primary was warren was bernie. Who did you think might catch. Fire it was. I mean. I think that again. If you looked at you know the public and the internal stuff i mean. It was clearly bernie right because he had a base and he had half he had a path. Not only in iowa but clearly new hampshire because of of being the favourite son and because you immediately went to a caucus state nevada. Right right wrong. and so. Here's i think that what's important and again on these post-election books people always talk about south carolina. Which of course was incredibly important. I don't think people give enough credit to how important are second-place finish was in nevada right. Because you had buddha judge in clover shore on with momentum. Right out of. I o n hampshire. You knew that bernie was gonna win it and a third fourth place. Finish may have changed. The dynamics bit again. Even with bloomberg bloomberg shouldn't have done the debate but us being second-place even though the margin was fairly a wide between us and Sanders that second place in nevada became really important going into south carolina and eventually clyburn endorsement. Except yeah it showed. That new hampshire wasn't fatal. You're alive well and it showed to Which again was on steroids. After south carolina there there were at that point. Only two candidates that could put together a multi-racial coalition. And you know that just wasn't happening with You know it wasn't happening with elizabeth. Warren was having the pete. Buttigieg jesuit happened with amy klobuchar. And you know. And then i think look i think in many ways when you look back at obama in two thousand eight people always talk about iowa. Iowa certainly important Winning south carolina. Basically the domino's start to fall because the primaries the come from that alabama tennessee kentucky mississippi louisiana like all those states that looked a lot like south carolina looks and all of a sudden. You can really pile up. That lead lead another little trivia fact about nevada and how important it was to come in second third or fourth. Who was brought in to to go on the ground and oversee the operation there which was one. Geno mel people for people forget that But again and we change. I mean you know we went in there and we decided to communicate differently You know we ran on him. Taking on the nra and guns because of october one in mandalay bay etc. And so you know there was. There was some there were some different strategy there and some good work by o'malley and the team on the ground. Don't get me wrong That was really really interested in price should be dissect a little bit more one of the things that i started seeing any democrat started to get nervous about as well as that lasts sort of two weeks trump. Is you know and again as a public health disaster but doing five rallies a day. He is a pretty strong closer in a campaign he was in two thousand sixteen was was was there nervousness about a an angst about not being able to do the type of campaigning. In person that you would want to do loni put it this way. We certainly didn't discredit was out there doing in emmy meaning internally right. We didn't put our head in the sand that there wasn't something to these crowds that he was getting. We saw that in two thousand and sixteen right but we were also taking an incredibly responsible. Take on on how you know. Joe biden in the surrogate s- We're gonna campaign But i think that here's the bigger question and maybe It's like this is what it was. My biggest worry is like the things that you can worry about. The things i saw in two thousand sixteen which is at the end of the campaign. Trump took his biggest strength. Which was the economy in started running ads. I call them the nfl on fifty ads right if you remember them. They're were really good and they were really powerful. He never took his biggest strength in communicated he basically for six straight months beat up. Joe biden never learned june. July and august that it wasn't working and never pivoted jamaican his argument that he was the guy who could save the economy. He did it once you i mean. He literally ran no ads about his biggest strength. And that was always my biggest concern. We would bring that. He would bring that back in. Because i was his cart. He's built that to a decent single digit lead if he had pounded that nail round. The clock They might have broke through on it. I was. I was worried about that all along and that that was another tough one for you guys. 'cause the question is do you keep winning with covid in the linkage was always fixed.
"rudy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"This is your first time listening to the PODCAST. Please over there and Baghdad subscribe button do not want to the action is coming your way right here on first. Glance Fatherhood. All right I have got an awesome guest kickoff when it's just an incredible week here on first. Class. Fatherhood America's Mayor Rudy. Giuliani joins me on the podcast today rooting is the former mayor of new. York City. He will forever be remembered for his strong and courageous leadership during and after the attacks on nine eleven, he's also responsible for bringing down the crime rate, which was really just out of control in new. York City I remember as a kid in the late eighties early nineties just how terrible Port Authority Times Square New York City in general was there were squeegee men on every corner the homelessness was just out. Of Control, in nineteen ninety, there were over two thousand, two hundred murders in new. York. City and by the time, the mayor left in two thousand one that number dropped to about six hundred Times Square. Authority. Were cleaned up as what so much of the city it felt so much safer in two thousand, one mayor Giuliani was named by Time magazine is their person of the year he did make a run at the presidency himself. He's currently a big supporter of President Donald Trump. In fact, he was part of Donald Trump's presidential debate prep team, and since the president and so many other people that were close to. The president tested positive for grow virus I. Ask Rudy Giuliani about his health and his interview. So keep in mind that I did this interview recorded with the mayor about four or five days after the president tested positive here just to give you a little bit of context it is a big honest to have on the podcast mayor Rudy Giuliani will be just a few minutes please stick around for the interview. And today's interview wit- Rudy Giuliani was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch Youtube Channel. So if you would like to watch the conversation between America's mayor and myself please subscribe to first place fatherhood on Youtube the link is in the description of today's podcast episode all right and Rudy Giuliani did speak at the Republican National Convention earlier this year and another dad who spoke at The Convention Jack Brewer will be joining me on Wednesday here on I followed Jack Moore is a former NFL defensive back apply for the New York giants and Minnesota Vikings amongst other the teams so don't miss out on that tomorrow on the podcast. Here we are going to have the Titan Mike o'hearn for a transformation Tuesday. Here he was of course one of the American gladiators.
"rudy" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Crandall well right off the bat. I hope you've noticed that the podcast has a new look. How awesome is that icon for a few months now? I've had hopes of getting something fresh in there and Boris from Joe Gibbs racing made that happen somehow. It's even better than I expected. And I know it's going to be great when Moore said he'd take the project on to now see it and have it. It's real I can't stop staring at it. So my sincerest. Thanks to him. If you don't know. Boris he's Great. Follow on social media. Not only because he is a tremendous artist but he is one of those responsible for some of the great digital content. That comes out of Joe Gibbs racing. Meaning if you're a fan of. Jj are taking the time to check out his feet on twitter. He is at Boris underscore. Jag are and on instagram. As well at Boris underscore says again a huge. Thank you for the new. Look now for today's show another great conversation. We're going to get to know rudy fuel. The guy that every young driver Kyle Busch motorsports wants to drive for Rudy. One of the most successful crew chiefs in the truck series and can find success no matter who is behind the wheel. This conversation was geared toward getting to know rudy while also touching on how he approaches the job and a little bit on working with rookie Christian this year Christian and Rudy will work together to hopefully get Christian. His first career win may be more and perhaps chase a championship. One last thing before we get into the conversation with Rudy as we continue to make our way through this pandemic and abide by social distancing and self isolation these conversations are happening either over the phone or through some program on the computer unfortunately they are not done face to face is I prefer and traditionally do here on the podcast. That means that sometimes technology is not the greatest guys. It means that the audio isn't always as clean and clear as you'd want it to be and for this week that is of no fault of Rudy's it's just sometimes how things go when dealing with computers and recorders and other accessories. So just please keep that in. Mind when thinking about the quality of these podcasts. That he'll be there already happened or will continue to be coming up as we hopefully get back to normal sometime soon so with that said. Let's get to it and I hope you enjoy Rudy. Fugel on the racing writers podcast.
"rudy" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"So I actually hit. kind of bird dog rudy. At the Notre Dame Stanford game in the fall two thousand thousand eighteen. I'll kinda followed him around see how reacted to him and people walking around campus would either go. And you know there won't take pictures and all that or they're just rolling her eyes off Rudy Notre Dame people are divided about it because they don't believe that he belongs are a lot of them. Don't believe that he belongs in the same conversation with Knute rockne billy. Shakespeare gave everyone a heisman. Their mood of Tim Brown. Give me the whole list. He doesn't belong in that conversation and the reality is that he does. He's Pat seems like this idea of disliking really has to do with the fact that some people believe he is is trying to take a minor event in sports history in almost blown out of proportion and a lot of people do care about that. I I mean Joe Montana. He talked about Rudy on the Dan. Patrick Show in two thousand and ten were you there when Rudy was there. Yeah Uh it's a movie you remember. Not all that's true. What wasn't true well? The crowd wasn't chanting. Nobody's doing their jerseys You know he did get into game and he did get a sack and then guys just carried him off kind of playing around. I won't say a joke this playing around So but you know he. Did you know he worked his butt off. Join to get where he was and do the things he did but Any harder than anybody else way. You're ruining it for me here. I bought in that you guys running in your jerseys and this was emotional and rudy was he was your your your spiritual chill rallying cry Ryan was rudy upset about that yes. It doesn't take much to get really upset it's just doesn't and He's a fiery God. That's because that's who he is. Well I accepted Joe Comic. That's Joe He's laid back guy he didn't know me think it he was a freshman. Who is he has a no rudy and he was injured? He wasn't even at the game. When I played he was injured injure so you never suited up so he never got to experience that moment or understood that moment you talk to players that were on the roster with him and there in three categories either? A don't remember him be they remember him and they're just tired of hearing about him all the time or see they love him like they love him and so they kind of run into three different groups and Rudy knows exactly who is in every group. He's got Rudy right arm and his professor x and the big thing where he can the whole world he is anybody's talking about Rudy. Good or bad rudy. Knows it seems to be sort of dichotomy between Rudy believers and. I'm rudy cynics. Do you think he sees the world that way. Absolutely it that way and it doesn't take very long for you to understand that if you mentioned the Joe Montana thing his face turns red and there's a vein POPs out in his neck and it's not that he's mad at Joe Montana it's just so reminder that there are still people out there who are questioning what he wants to do he keeps a list. I'm telling you he still remembers the names news of the priests at his high school back in Joliet Illinois who laughed at him about. You can't do this. You can't do that. He remembers everyone who told to know everyone. And that goes all the way up until today. Ryan one instance. Where Rudy was told no was in two thousand eleven? The feds charged him in a stock pumping scheme around a product with his name on it. Well the way that really describes it as is he was chasing the money and he got talked into this rudy energy. Drink one Dan Devine's realtors was one of the people involved in this and they got a little aggressive with their numbers as far as advertising and go into possible vendors and saying well our numbers were just as good as someone so I mean some of the giants sports and energy drink companies and those numbers were not accurate in the eyes of the government. And of the Regulatory Agency. So Rudy. Instead of going into a protracted attract legal fight he agreed to settlement any paid that off and it costs them a lot of money. It became a pretty big headline because You know he's Rudy. And whenever there's a chance to pile on the dude. Everybody seems to seize that chance the SEC. The government agency not uh-huh actually mentioned the movie in their press release about charging him with a stock pumping scheme but they also said that the promotion emotion for the drink falsely claimed that Rudy outsold gatorade. Two to one which seems unlikely it was not likely and And whoever whoever threw that number together other through and clearly they were busted on that it still feels like he's sort of embodies the idea of living on the edge between being a very aggressive dreamer which is the rudy story and being self promoter. Yeah an aggressive dreamers. The perfect way to phrase it is and he's he's aggressive and everything that he does and that's why he's been very successful at times and he's failed miserably at times and honestly it goes back to the story of how he even got into a game at Notre Dame anyway and every time he's been knocked down he jumps back up and that's just how he has lived his life. Do you think he can separate himself from the character in the movie. No I mean I don't I mean I think he. He has a great understanding of who who he is as a real human on earth and who that person is up on the screen but the two have become so intertwined that that you know most of the questions that he answers have to do with the film as opposed to his real life experience he always says in the very beginning when Reader's digest signed him on as a speaker and they sent him out to all these schools and when he would walk into these elementary schools. The kids would just be crushed because they were looking for Sean Astin and so. He has embraced the character when he needs some Bryce to character. But it's end of the day it's really it's about rudy. He's pushing his actual real story as much as he possibly the camp. What do you think that says about him? I think it says that he saw an opportunity to make a living. But also I do not question his motivation ovation when it comes telling the story because reality is he's never been rich he's done okay. Then bankrupt a couple times and Dan Account of went into my day with Rudy with my cynicism helmet. All going all right dude. We'll see and then I realized very quickly that He's not on private jets He's not hanging out with famous people. Most of what he's doing is kinda down in the trenches of the motivational speech world. And it's because he believes in what he's doing what you're y. If you have a why then you could perform. If you don't have that why you just going to get through the game. If you get your y you can be doing things. You didn't think he could do so. Get Your y right now get connected and get rid of all your you google thoughts. You might have right now but anything you might have get rid of them right now. Go out there saying you deserve to be here. I deserve to play at Notre Dame just like I deserve to have a major motion picture just like I deserve to go there and speak to grade audiences and that's how you should think Ryan. Would you describe yourself. South is a really believer. Yeah why not I mean listen listen. I was so inspired by the film when I saw it. And no one dislike Notre Dame. It's at point more than I did and I was just bitter. Because it'd be Tennessee at our place and you know you roll your eyes those things but at the end of the day it really says this all the time. It's okay to walk into a movie. Theater Aleve inspired. It's okay and that's how I felt when I saw the film in Nineteen Ninety three and you know I got the DVD somewhere here in house. I'll pop that in at some point and I'll watch it and I'll be inspired again. Thanks thank you talks. I mean and this has been. ESPN daily our show is produced by Michael Ball. al-tahra Troy Farkas Alexandre hyacinthe. Mike John's St Marteen Ryan. Then tell David Sarossy Andy. Tennant Eve tro. Oh Chris to Manila. Erinvale I'll talk to you Monday..
"rudy" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"My name's Rudy Ruediger low shy but at the same time. I'll tell you about myself. I'm an interesting guy number one I dream and I have big dreams and one of the dreams I had was doing a movie. It didn't come at me at first until after after my journey at Notre Dame I said this is like living in a movie where I'd just been through because this just doesn't happen the voice. You just heard responsible for one of the most iconic moments in sports and cinematic history today on the eve of Notre. Dame's this bowl game. ESPN's Ryan McKee brings us the story of Rudy not the character in the movie but the man whose life was transformed by area fleeting moment on the football field. And whose story exemplifies what happens when the lines between fiction and reality are blurred. I mean it's Friday December twenty seventh this is espn daily presented by Dell small-business ESPN daily we tell. 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Young Vince Vaughn very angry and the versions various things So he doesn't make the dress for any of the Games during his senior year and he quits but then his friend the head groundskeeper at Notre Dame fortune who. I'm pretty sure it's a composite character. I can fix that. It's not pretty sure it's one hundred percent sure. So he convinces him to return to the team gives a great speech So really does his and he is greeted by his teammates and Ryan. What happens next? Well you're missing a couple of slow collapse controls. Dutton Charles us to claps and a team along flat and then He dresses is teammates. Throw their jerseys down. Dan Devine's desk. I won't Rudy on on the roster. He makes the dress list and he gets in for three. Plays possible as the rudy chant. Cascades down from New Rodney's bleachers and they inserted into game one for a a horribly play kickoff coverage and then he almost has a sack on his first play from scrimmage does have a sack on his last play and third ever play and is carried off feel about his teammates to the chant Stewart. Together it was much better than what we just did. The first first time you saw rudy the movie. I'm older than you are. I saw rudy in the theater. I was in college and I think it was what WH- fall of ninety three and saw with my roommates and the interesting thing was we're students at the University of Tennessee. We had just been to Notre Dame for the first time all of us. We drove up to south southbound from Knoxville for a game and so what was amazing about watching. The movie is is just stadium. Had not changed the Tom Rudy. was there in the early seventies all the way up through the early nineties really all the way up until about five or six years ago. The stadium itself did not change at all. The scoreboard was the same. The old wooden bench seats that knute rockne installed old you know in the Nineteen Twenties Thirties. There were still in the stadium. Notre Dame is a divisive topic regardless whether good or bad and now this movie comes out and the hilarious thing about that movie was people love the movie and a lot of them would not admit it because it was about. I'm leaving but I also feel like I've watched rudy three hundred times especially around Christmas time always on cable and it's like one of the few things the family can agree on is just it's a great story. It is a college football equivalent equivalent of the miracle on ice or any underdog story so the movie is released in Nineteen ninety-three but that's not the only thing that that enters the public. I the Real Ridi Ruediger starts to make appearances to promote film is stories about obstacles of life. It's about people striving to succeed. It's about people saying people saying to him. You can't be this and you can't be that you can't have this job. Experts about or you can come in Notre Dame play football. I have the most traditional story the most biggest fantasy and it came through rudy is now seventy one years old. He lives in Henderson Nevada. Just outside Las Vegas. You flew out to meet him this summer. What was that like? It was an out of body experience which is tired phrase. But that's exactly how I felt and you walk up in your mind. You're kind of looking for Sean Sean. Astin and then you realize oh no wait this older gentleman in the Notre Dame windbreaker. That's the gum looking for wearing. Notre Dame windbreaker. Yeah in his official reason reason for that was awarded this so that you'll be able to recognize me. No this is. Hey there's rudy sitting there but what I've learned sense is that He pretty much wears that all the time. I I think people have their own idea about what he's like based on the movie but what does he really likes. He's rough around the edges. He's not as polished as you. Maybe expect a guy who makes his living as a motivational speaker be worries. We'll play in Ohio state man. You're coming in I'm bringing you. We're going to show the movie to the boys. Ace said all right Notre Dame movies. Don't worry about it as shit. This is not gonNA work. He drops off bombs. He calls everybody coach which he calls the waitress at the coffee. Bean coach where you WanNa go coach. Talk to you. There's June. He calls the song coach. He called me coach. He doesn't so much at some point. You start mimicking it. Not The president like talking to a friend of yours of the British accent. You start talking with British accent. I started calling about a coach by the end of the day. And I get where people might be rubbed the wrong way by Rudy but if you really listen to him he's got that infectious smile and it's just a storyteller he starts telling stories. You end up just being mesmerized by it and we're promoting green are movies in Las Vegas. I never been on a press junket before so I have no idea what a press junket is and there I see stallone and Travolta said well then you see Meg Ryan Tom. Hanks Chevy Chase Arnold Schwarzenegger going wait a minute. What's going on here? And they explained. We're always the movie. The impacted his life. Oh it's as entire life people ask all the time. Well what does he do for a living. Now before the movie was released Rudy tried to sell cars rudy was a landscaper Rudy. Did every job you could possibly imagine. And then when the film came out from that point forward he's just been rudy. He has a company called Rudy International. He's a life coach. He does public speaking even his son. Who is an added Bass? Fisherman is only bass fishing team of his high school in Las Vegas. which by the way I did not know that you could be on a high school bass fishing team Las Vegas it's sponsored by Rudy International? He's Rudy that's what he does you walk into Rudy's house and it is a museum to rudy. That's actually tackle of actual game right there. A photo. Yeah that was taken taken by. I'm not sure but they took it which was awesome. That's where he list. That's where he sits all day. There are a lot of people that are. There's a lot of guests there it's him. I'm in the birds and the dogs and the cats. He's a Cockatoo. And he he's got about two thousand word vocabulary so watch what you say around him. This guy talked and it is from Florida ceiling. Every wall in the house is something that has to do with that half of a minute that he played against Georgia tech with a long time ago. And here's actual carry off of the actual game right here and I'm really proud of that. Here's actual coming out of the tunnel pitcher and someone needs a Jersey a Jersey and you get a helmet again helmet without me knowing that he stuff to Rudy Jersey in my backpack and I got home and pull all it out and I was like. Oh well there you go a gift from Rudy. Something tells me you're not the first person to leave his house with Jersey. I'm not exaggerating when I say there is a pantry. I feel like it's probably supposed to be the food pantry. And it is full of nothing but a eight by ten wooden. The NASCAR world will call hero cards in Jersey just stat equipment room and southbound. They get football if they need a football. Of course we've got the bobblehead here and so I don't think anyone leaves that House without a Jersey to picture coming up. Where does the reality of Rudy we meet the fantasy of Rudy? And does it even matter. You're a small business owner and there's nothing small about what you do. 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"rudy" Discussed on Article II: Inside Impeachment
"Mister President how much Giuliani shared with you about his recent trip to Ukraine. Not Too much. But he's a very great it crimefighter probably the greatest crimefighter over the last fifty years. Very smart he was the best player in the history of the city of New York. He's a great person who loves loves our country and he does this out of love. He doesn't add love. He sees. What goes on you see? What's happening what he's doing? Thank you very much from. NBC News Article Two inside impeachment. I'm Steve Cranky. Today is Monday December twenty third. And here's what's happening. Ukrainians came to me. I didn't go after Joe Biden. They handed it to me. They said there's a lot of evidence of collusion in Ukraine Rudy Giuliani. The president's personal lawyer has been a central figure in the impeachment story. If we wanted to get anything done with Ukraine it was apparent to us. We needed to talk to rudy right. You understood that Mr Giuliani. He spoke for the president correct. That's correct now. His client. Donald Trump has been impeached. Giuliani himself is under federal investigation. Rudy very much knows what's happening. And he is a very capable guy but it hasn't stopped the president's lawyer from his quest to find evidence that he says will exonerate trump and that searches happening with the help of a few key characters in Ukraine names. You might have heard throughout the impeachment process so oh today an article too. We're asking who is working with Rudy. Dan delusive a national security and global affairs reporter for the Investigative Unit at NBC News and he joins us now. Dan Welcome back. Thank you rudy. Giuliani given the role that he and his activities have played played in all this. You might expect that in the run-up in the closing days Of the impeachment drama in Congress. Maybe he'd be keeping a bit of a of a low profile. That has not been the case though These past few weeks as we have been fixated on what's happening in the House and maybe in the Senate tell us what Giuliani has been up to. That's right. He decided not to stay away but two very much double down and he got an a plane and went to Budapest. And then he went into Ukraine you went to leave and met with several of the Ukrainians who've he's been relying on to make his case which he he says. supports president trump's arguments. About what really is the story about the two thousand sixteen election that the impeachment cases unfair fair and a so called witch hunt and also he brings a camera crew with him and the one America News Network which is a new conservative -servative channel. That runs a lot of material sympathetic to president trump. They're doing a documentary. Series and Giuliani is playing a key role the documentary series. And it's all about kind of the world according to Giuliani when it comes to this whole subject big picture here. I think you were getting at it a little bit with this in the first question I asked you but but why should Americans be paying attention to these relationships. Giuliani has think of it. This way. We've already met and seen and heard from the witnesses in the impeachment case. Run by the Democrats in the house right. So on national television we heard from very senior. Your diplomats the former ambassador Ukraine the current top diplomat in Ukraine Bill Taylor and so on and so it was a lot of kind of dramatic testimony. All adding up to what the Democrats is an abuse of power and really these people That Giuliani speaking to and meeting with and taking self worth are sort of the other witnesses if you like And it is important to keep in mind who these people are and what their background is. Several of them are from the decidedly pro Russian camp in Ukrainian politics. Some of them were in a political party that was very very much a pro Russia promoting ties with Russia instead of you know pursuing ties in relationships with NATO and the European Union and they they were tied to the former President Yanukovych who was forced from power when there were these huge protests. And it's called the Orange Revolution in two thousand fourteen. So Ah I think it is important because Giuliani sometimes doesn't mention The whole picture. When he's referring to some of these people he regards it's as witnesses so so let's get into some of these folks than individually and talk more specifically about what Giuliani has been looking for in? Who has been talking to you so one of the people you wrote about who? He has been traveling through Ukraine with. I'll let you put the name out there in pronounce it. I actually have some Ukrainian blood but believe me. It has not helped me pronounce all these name. So yes. This is Andre Television Co.. who was a very low ranking official and the Ukrainian embassy in Washington DC in two thousand sixteen during the US election and at that time he claims that a consultant with the Democratic National Committee approached him and and other officials at the embassy seeking what he claims was dirt on? President trump and trump's Then campaign manager Paul Manafort and he made these allegations in politico article. Way Back in January twenty seventeen before most of us were talking about these things so in a way one of the first people publicly from Ukraine to promote the idea really conspiracy theory. That Ukraine interfered in the two thousand sixteen election and of course Giuliani is keenly interested intelligence allegations so they have become friends according to intelligent go. I met him when I was in Kiev race recently and he Accompanied Giuliani from Budapest to to key in and was filmed as as part of this whole documentary series running on that television network. Here's another name. Giuliani is met with this one. I think a familiar name. Anybody who's been watching these these hearings the intelligence committee hearings And even in the Judiciary Committee hearings last week. Victor Shokhin reminds how he fits into this whole picture. Yes so this is another controversial figure in Ukraine when he was a prosecutor earlier after those big protests in twenty fourteen and there was violence and whole uprising against the pro Russian president. He has been accused of failing to prosecute who was responsible for shooting at demonstrators. And then then when he became the top prosecutor he was generally accused of failing to prosecute corruption corruption cases against the previous. This pro. Russian president just seemed fadeaway and be dropped and dismissed and this made him very unpopular with Western governments with United States with the European Union With the IMF and so on all the Western governments tell the Ukrainian president at the time. PROTAS SHANECO that you've gotta drop this guy. He's just it's just not doing his job vice president at the time. Joe Biden leads that whole effort. which we ve all heard about and he pushes very hard on Ukraine government to get rid of Shokhin fast forward when it comes time for Giuliani to try to find what he wants to find about the Biden family in about the the two thousand sixteen election? Victor Shokhin is eager to help him and he offered him an affidavit. And show can just makes all these allegations in this affidavit and later or Giuliani's waving around this piece of paper on television CNN. Put out a report that the allegations against Biden are not supported by anything. Yes they are. They're supported by three affidavits. Better than whistleblowers. Three affidavits from Ukrainian prosecutors who say Joe Biden bribed the president of Ukraine. That he put pressure on them. The president of the Ukraine dismissed the case solely because of Biden's pressure. Now they could be Whitehall. And it's basically Shokhin's allegations claiming that Biden's on was involved in some kind of corruption with gas company and Ukraine claiming claiming that Ukraine not. Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen election. Even though there really isn't any evidence of that so you're talking about Giuliani meeting with Victor Shokhin. Then Shokhin being this prosecutor who was pushed out under international pressure by the Obama Administration other countries. Back in two thousand sixteen. But then the the wrinkle here or is Giuliani has also gotten help from the prosecutor who then succeeded Shokhin. Who who took office after Shokhin? And that's yeary. Let's Cinco explain how that works. Yes so this is an interesting case. Loot Sankoh did not have a reputation for corruption. Their way shokhin does and he also did not have a pro Russian political affiliation. He was in on the whole Protest Movement and was a leader and was in on the whole orange. Orange Revolution was even jailed by that previous regime so he sort of had political bona fides as someone who opposed Russian domination the nation of Ukraine but nevertheless when he gets the job he's a politician. Keep in mind. He's not a trained lawyer or prosecutor and he has a very political approach to the job and.
"rudy" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained
"Was doing everything he did at the behest of the president. Did he do. Some things did out details or me with some people without doing long briefing of the president. I guess that's possible but I think that Rudy Giuliani was not being rogue the other reason why I think that argument doesn't hold water. Is You had multiple witnesses. This is talking about how things were vetted around what Giuliani was doing and in particular again obviously ambassador silent has a reason to make sure that he's giving the impression that everyone knew what was going on. Is that the defense of him. Because some people were beginning to throw him under the bus along with Rudy saying well you had silence and other folks they were kind of rogue someone very credibly in other areas not fully credible but in this area I think he was. He said over and over again in his testimony. The everyone was in the loop. I mean he used that phrase repeatedly and he kept talking about the things that he did with respect to Ukraine and you know the linkage between this for that as being at the direction of the president of the United States he does it over and over again so I think this idea that allies of the president have. It's a typical. You know strategy to blame some other person to have a fall guy. But that's just not with Rudy. Because of what Rudy himself would say really himself has said and what other witnesses like can bastards Tomlin have made clear the other thing about rudy himself might say he was on Fox News over the weekend and he people think he goes away but he doesn't I don't know he's he's always there and at some point he said I've seen things written like he. He meaning the president here is going to throw me under the bus when they say that A. He isn't but I have insurance. What did he make Rudy? Giuliani saying. I have insurance on Donald Trump. I don't you know he is then said Rudy has himself said it was as being sarcastic in funny kind of sarcasm. Well the reason speech. It's hard to. It's sometimes hard to explain Elaine. The intent of people who are hard to understand so the single.
"rudy" Discussed on Trump, Inc.
"Star. He makes a strategic bet skips Iowa and New Hampshire. He goes all in on Florida win here in Florida. We're going to win the Republican nomination. And then we're going to win the presidency. And once again, it'll be Florida that determines the president of the United States of America. Thank you. There's a problem for it's hard to live up to his reputation for a lot of voters the day. They meet him is the day like him the most I was in Florida as it all unraveled people here don't believe he's a winner and people do vote for the winner. Once you've locked four primary, then you've come in four fifty six you have to feed about you. And that doesn't really help Rudy comes in a distant third doesn't want to single delicate a few days later, he drops out. After losing the Republican primary Rudy goes back to work. In addition to his old A-List clients. He takes on some new jobs does TV ads for an identity theft software company. Hi, protect life filth with lifelock hosts, a mob movie marathon AMC, unfortunately, I enjoy films about organized crime. And he's back traveling around the world. Making appearances with political candidates in places like Peru and Belgrade liggins. Utica juliani. Does he gives paid speeches for M E K an Arrhenius group that the US State Department lists at the time as a foreign terrorist organization? Rudy says EMMY K our friends of the United States. Also at this time Rudy's back in the former Soviet Union two thousand eight he books appearances in Ukraine, specifically in Kiev the capital, we're an outsider with tough-guy appeal is running from. Viz visa pitch. Go three time heavyweight world champion boxer. So that's the guy who's running key of now katie's about ski is director of research propublica. It also happens. She was born in Kiev. There is a group that takes credit for bringing Rudy to Kiev. And for a lot of these trips to the former USSR that group is called try global strategic ventures Rudy Giuliani is all over their website. And there are a lot of unexplained things about try global and their relationship with a pretty important person in American politics. We're going to lay them out now. So their website is basically like any generic corporate website, except for it has these stock photos of the big onion domes on Saint Basil's cathedral in Moscow and the Manhattan skyline and the big words strategic relations management also on their website. They say they have offices in New York Moscow, Kiev Vienna's Zurich and London. I call the Moscow office and the phone was disconnected. And I didn't get an answer. Kiev I called the Zurich office and a guy picked up who sounded actually kind of surprised to hear from me. But he does know try global actually his name is Jean Luc Meyer, and he said, yeah, I think I might be on their website. So we looked it up together. And he is indeed listed on the website as an advisor to the group. Did he tell you what they did? He did he said he is in corporate diplomacy. And that's basically what try global does as well. It's making alliances between companies it can be communication with government and media, and he said, yeah, try global is active in the former Soviet Union. But he said he had not heard from them in a while. I mean, his number is listed as their office number. Yes. So here are these international trips for a pretty significant figure in American politics arranged by company that we can't figure out what makes try global even more intriguing is we can see from their website that some of their advisory board members have. High level connections to the Russian government one person on the advisory board was a former Russian government minister. And another runs a company that literally renovated the Kremlin. It's funny. Fifteen seven years after Rudy traveled to Ukraine. He and he mayor of Italian which go get back together in New York Klitschko posted a video Rudy is wearing red vote-on a lapel pin with the US Ukrainian flags next to the boxer mayor Rudy looks tiny visited good. We don't know Rudy's financial relationship with tripe logo. We do know this is one of his most enduring business connections. We'll be right back. Okay. So. 2016 after traveling the world and endorsing candidates from Peru to the Dominican Republic Rudy fines an American presidential candidate. He's ready to support doors. Donald Trump emerged. I made a lot New York politics. I endorsed Trump. But, but I'm not part of the campaign by the time of the Republican national convention reason -dorsements is full throated. He underscores their shared history in New York City.
"rudy" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"And ashley you've written about this you've talked about it to some degree what does this about what could be an innate need for drama on the part of the president i think it says that it's inescapable we often write about the president sort of preferred method of governing and managing which is to do so in chaos and i think what you're seeing with the legal team right now is a microcosm of that there was a lot of talk when rudy giuliani came on people were a little skeptical but they were excited to have a big name excited to have an television tat attack dog and there was also excitement when the president brought at flood on that is a well respected lawyer who is a sort of person you want in the trenches with you when you're facing this sort of an investigation but the way the president has managed sort of not quite pitting one against the other but plotting strategy with rudy giuliani the flood and the rest of his team didn't know about i talked to an outside adviser today who basically described the other lawyers as simply baffled by what's going on this is the president's management style this is what he seems to prefer on he stated that publicly and articulate and it and it also seems to be an almost instinctual urge but you are seeing the downsides of that right now with his legal team barbara on that point ashley just made i want to show a tweet from someone we all know and a colleague of peter's maggie haberman tonight kind of put it very succinctly one person close to the white house sums up trump's legal strategy right now as two teams there's the trump rudy team and then there's the lawyers of elegant turn of phrase there but do you imagine right about now and that flood is really happy he moved all his stuff across town from his partnership and williams and connolly to a small office in the west wing i imagined he's quite frustrated to see rudy giuliani out on television after he himself says he's only about halfway through learning the facts of the case i mean no lawyer should be out doing that and there can be some very significant consequences of rudy giuliani as trump's attorney making these statements on his behalf those are statements.
"rudy" Discussed on RobinLynne
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