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"team banana republic" Discussed on AM Joy
"Tonight and vice president. Ford will become the nation's thirty eighth president tomorrow. Mr Nixon spent most of the afternoon in his hideaway office which is in the old the executive office building next door to the White House. It is there that he likes to do his most private work and thinking. According to White House sources the president's entire family will accompany accompany him to California tomorrow morning. Mister Nixon is not expected to be here for the swearing in of Gerald Ford as president. Welcome back to. Am Joy there is perhaps. No more grander political drama than the impeachment of President and as the nation tunes into the first televised impeachment hearings in two decades. We're of course reminded of the Watergate hearings also televised before Richard. Nixon resigned rather than be impeached hearings that aired on Network TV altering history forever by offering the public blockbuster moments such as this line by former White House counsel John Dean and by telling the president that there was a cancer growing on the presidency and if the cancer was not removed the president himself would be killed by it. It was the first televised impeachment scandal ever in the United States. The first president to get impeached at all being Andrew Johnson who predated television in eighteen sixty eight in the nineteen seventies though oh the nation was divided on Nixon's fate. There was a somber communal feel as Americans gathered in front of their television sets to watch the spectacle unfold then in one thousand nine hundred eighty a new impeachment battlefield unfolded with President. Bill Clinton charged with lying under oath to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice over a sexual affair Air Inter weary divided and relieved senators finally left Capitol Hill today many had concluded the president lied to the American people. They voted not to remove him from office. The historic vote began at twelve eight PM realty as one by one the senator stood to announce their votes Mr Wellstone not guilty. The very different scale of misconduct and attempt to cover up sexual indiscretion bursts attempt to affect an election using burglars then misusing government resources to cover it. Up Wasn't the only glaring difference between the Clinton and Nixon impeachment the late nineteen ninety s offered an entirely new world and era of more or politicized television media The dawn of the Internet and the first proper ratings tests robots news and this network MSNBC which both launched just two years before Clinton was impeached. which brings us to today the impeachment hearings against Donald Trump in every now for two weeks in a twenty four hour heavily tweeted and tuned in new cycle? We're all things. Trump impeachment virtually unavoidable. The New York Times reported that Tuesday afternoon impeachment is as big as Monday night. Football despite Congressman Devin Nunes declaring this master Mr Morrison. I have some bad news for you. TV ratings are way down way down. I don't don't hold personally. I don't think it's you guys whatever drug deal. The Democrats are cooking up here on the dice. American people are buying. It can't read it so now with our nation's so polarized and Armenia reflecting that divide elected Republicans dismissing news. That doesn't serve their team team. Banana Republic style. How our media outlets approaching impeachment in the modern era? And how will it impact the bottom line joining me. Now is Gabriel Sherman Vanity Fair correspondent on it and author of the loudest voice in the room the Kohlhammer author of messengers of the right conservative media and the transformation of American Politics Nick Ackerman Agrement former Watergate prosecutor. Carole Simpson a veteran journalist and former anchor who covered both Nixon and the Clinton impeachment proceedings and Jill wine banks the author of the Watergate girl fight for Truth and justice against a criminal. President a SMORGASBORD. This is an embarrassment of riches for me. I don't even know where to begin. I think I'm going to go to Carol. I Carol because you you covered these two impeachment hearings which are obviously very very different in tone and in what. The underlying scandal was about going back to the Nixon impeachment. Can you just talk about the mood in the country that you saw reflected as you were covering that that that that that sort of procession events well it was similar in respects to today and the trump impeachment inquiry because the republicans were supporting Nixon just as the Republicans are supporting trump and it wasn't until after the tapes were released that Republicans decided Nixon had to go and they went to him and told him. You know it's up. The JIG is up and so they suggested his resignation which I have to tell you. Though on the night he gave the resignation speech. I was a baby reported then but they had me out in Chicago. We were in major cities all across America waiting for the riots or whatever was going to happen after his announcement because people weren't orange sure that he wasn't the camera wouldn't pull back on Nixon and he'd be surrounded by the Joint Chiefs of staff saying he was going to take over the government. The networks are really really thinking something like that may happen. Yeah anyhow it was a lot different. Well guess what we have our wonderful producers on this team that great producer of this segment Chi Ma found this and here. Let's play it right now. This is vintage baby reporter. Carol Simpson Fuller scurrying.
"team banana republic" Discussed on The goop Podcast
"Hi. I'm elise linen chief content officer at Google and Co host of the podcast. Today's guest is often referred to as the most powerful Woman Wall Street. Her name is Sally Krajicek. She is our next guest and our special eight episodes series that were hosting and partnership with Banana. Republic public called women on top. I'll tell you a little more about that before we get to our conversation some of the most interesting businesses or maybe all of the most interesting businesses were born out of curiosity a desire to explore dass questions and cherry answers. This is the space that Gwyneth was in when she started goop. It's also the space from which Banana Republic was founded back in nineteen seventy eight when to California creatives with adventure spirits beyond up cycling military surplus clothing and the rest is history when we talk to the team Banana Republic about partnering up on a special podcast series aries. Their vision revolved around the idea of living a life with no boundaries. This is the inspiration behind their clothing. Today it drives how they source premium materials from around the the world the ways they choose to innovate with their designs and how they think about abusing style with substance this is all in display in their fall collection which combines iconic like Banana Republic styles with a modern twist to see it all and to shop Banana Republic Spa Collection had two banana republic dot com slash goop. They don't hold anything too tightly. Just wish for want it. Let it come from the intention attention of real truth for you and then let it go. The Mayo soul is like it's unbound. It's limitless but we will use words to limit metall cells when people stop believing that somebody's got your back or Superman's coming. We turn to ourselves and that's where you become empowered Howard. Courageous participation attracts positive thanks. I'm going to petro. This is the Goop podcast bringing bringing together thought leaders culture changes creatives founders and CEO's scientists doctors healers and seekers here to start conversations -tations because simply asking questions and listening has the power to change the way we see the world today is no exception a letter lease fill you in on extrordinary guest all right over to elise. Sally Krajicek is the CEO and Co founder of Elvis Te. When she realized is investing industry was designed as she puts it by men for men she had an Aha moment? Sally sat out to change that Elvis was born. She built a company whose goal it is to help women realize their financial power and get them on a path to achieving their biggest investing goals today sally and I talk about why women can be really good investors. We talk about the double standards we have society about money by women are stereotyped gender. That isn't good with money. How men many thought to be the source of happiness empower power but for females it's about budgeting being frugal and how that can lead to uncertainty and isolation and why today money is a woman's number one source of stress. Sally tells us what it's actually liked have been the most powerful woman on Wall Street. What happens when we let go of the stigmas? We have about money and go after our biggest investing goals so so at this moment. It's you know it's the power so we so the first thing is good for women because it's get your hand off if my leg money right. I'm out of this relationship. That doesn't work for me money. I'm starting the business I want to money. It's also good for the economy. When we have more money we spend more money okay. Let's get to my chat with Sally Krajicek. Thank you for being here. They Elise. Thank you for having the most powerful woman on Wall Street in the day in the day. I WanNA think it should just go on your agree okay. If you insist. I certainly only have the wrinkles to prove it. Yeah no seriously probably the most powerful woman in Wall Street at the toughest time to be on Wall Street. Well you know it's interesting because because my third week on Wall Street was the crash of nineteen eighty seven obviously I was on Wall Street when I was two. That's the only way that mathworks remember remember getting there and just like what in the world and then through the Internet bubble and then the financial crash and of Oh seven Oh eight and then I got fired fired for returning client money the only executive. Who did I mean the stories. I can tell oh I know. Please tell thou wait till you give us a crash course. I I know your story but how sort of what that experience was like and then we'll get to L. Bust well. The experience split the experience was like it was on spiritual. Let's just put it this way. I grew up in Charleston South Carolina. I went to the university city of North Carolina. I thought I was going north. I honestly thought I was going north. I went to New York to Wall Street because that was sort of the Silicon Valley of the day if you could you did my father pretty much forbid me from moving to New York because it was too dangerous he was right on my maybe not my like my third day second in day. I'm standing next to my desk wearing the height of Charleston fashion and this I smell cigars. This guy walks behind me and says what kind a beep discount maternity wear is that and I thought who who is that course man is like that's your boss's boss's boss the next day I get in and xerox copies of Male Genitalia on my desk which continued so it was all out war on on women in the day and that's before you worked all weekend and all night etc but and how many how many women were there you know more than you think more than you think this idea of we just need the pipeline to work its way through and then we'll have more seen. That's my man voiced by the way right okay so that's me being being a man on Wall Street and then we'll have more women in senior leadership position on Wall Street hasn't been true in decades so it was probably thirty forty percent of the class where female no senior females at all and so my story is I wouldn't let them run me out. I found a company in which I could thrive doing doing equity research company by the name of Sanford Bernstein very diverse very eclectic very intelligent. I called the land of misfit toys because we were everyone. Goldman and Morgan Stanley didn't want my claim to fame is that I took us out of conflicted Wall Street businesses. We lost a lot out of business for it. Over a lot of years and then in the Internet bubble burst of ninety two thousand two thousand and one it was clear these conflicts were playing out to the detriment of individual investors and it was clear laws had been broken and so our little business soared. I was on the cover of Fortune magazine. Agassi is a last honest analyst then went on to run Smith Barney when there was a Smith Barney the city private bank. I was chief financial officer of city. My second claim to fame mm-hmm as mentioned is it in the financial crisis of two thousand seven two thousand eight. I was the sole senior executive on Wall Street. Turn client money not because you you do that when markets go down but because we had missile products as low risk when there were higher risk they were supposed to on eight cents. They went down one hundred. My boss didn't didn't agree with this decision. The board of directors did I one in return the money and pro tip take on your boss at the board. You lose your job so you know pretty pretty much every time integrity but I had my. I lost a lot of money but that was okay. That was the night of the long soul for what's important to me money or you know what he would say ethics because you could argue both ways so it was more money or doing what I believe and the way at least I always answer that question is what would I want my children to see me do and soon as you ask that and then I went onto run Merrill Lynch after Bank of America bought it and did that turned around because it was in true disarray turned it around and was fired two years later or let go after the turnaround. Thanks very much for the turnaround lady now. We're going to put a white dude yeah so something you're all white. Dude who's never run a businesses this before but is clearly more qualified than you to run it. That brings you to this. I mean so what as a little girl were you..