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President Trump Walks Out Of '60 Minutes' Interview

News, Traffic and Weather

01:37 min | 6 hrs ago

President Trump Walks Out Of '60 Minutes' Interview

"About a week before the election. President Trump former vice president Joe Biden are both busy on the campaign trail. There's a bee sees Mary Bruce. Thank you. Pennsylvania matters. So please vote the President barn storming the battleground states hammering his rosy picture of the pandemic, Even as the nation again hits that record number of cases we're rounding the turn would do a great Our numbers are incredible and still defending his mostly massless rallies overnight in a contentious interview with 60 minutes, But you don't Leslie. We hand out thousands of masks. Look out. They're not wearing them. You don't get up there and say, Look, you know, come on, watch it. Watch it! Question. Trump pressed on why he still has not released his health care plan, as he promised more than a year ago. His developed it is fully developed. It's going to be announced for soon when we see what happens with Obamacare. The Trump Administration is asking the Supreme Court to invalidate Obama care. The justices set to take up the case. Just one week after the election. Trump furious at the interview, abruptly cutting it short. I think we have enough of an interview here hope Okay, That's enough. Let's go. His press secretary, then handing over a book, calling it the president's healthcare plan. But according to 60 minutes, it was filled with just executive orders and congressional initiatives. Former President Obama poking fun at Trump for not being able to handle the tough questions. He liked the act up. And talkto. He thinks Scallon and being mean is tough when 60 minutes and Leslie Staller too tough for you. You know that

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Pompeo's RNC speech under investigation for possible Hatch Act violation

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 8 hrs ago

Pompeo's RNC speech under investigation for possible Hatch Act violation

"Of state Mike Palm Pale, is under investigation for possible violations of the Hatch Act. Top House. Democrats revealing the Office of Special Counsel has confirmed an inquiry into whether Secretary of State Mike Pompeo violated the Hatch Act for delivering his Republican National Convention speech while on an official trip to Israel. Top Democrats on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Writing This information comes on the heels of reporting that the OSC is also looking into Secretary Pompeo stated Commitment to rush out Mohr of Hillary Clinton's emails by Election Day, and as the secretary has misused State Department Resource is on a speech tour of suing States

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Seattle - Washington state face challenges with election misinformation

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:24 sec | 9 hrs ago

Seattle - Washington state face challenges with election misinformation

"State election leaders are encouraging Washington voters to remain vigilant to misinformation. In the days leading into next week's election secretary of State came. Wyman was joined by several county elections officials who stressed that New security enhancement should give voters confidence about process. But they noted the recent reports over foreign misinformation campaigns and encourage people to speak up. If you see something that seems off

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Dozens of ballots destroyed after fire set at Boston dropbox

Howie Carr

00:31 sec | 12 hrs ago

Dozens of ballots destroyed after fire set at Boston dropbox

"A man has been arrested in connection with the ballot box Fire in Boston 39 year old Worldly Armand of Boston is charged with willful and malicious burning. Sunday morning, the contents of a ballot drop box outside the Copley Square Library were set on fire, and around three dozen ballots were damaged. 87 were still ledge, a ble enough to be processed. According to the Office of Secretary of State Bill Galvin. Galvin has directed all local election officials in Massachusetts to boost security around ballot boxes.

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Boston man charged with setting fire to ballot drop box

Howie Carr

00:26 sec | 13 hrs ago

Boston man charged with setting fire to ballot drop box

"39 year old Worldly Armand of Boston is charged with willful and malicious burning. Sunday morning, a ballot drop box outside the Copley Square Library was set on fire and around three dozen ballots were damaged. Secretary of State Bill Galvin has now directed all local election officials to boost security around ballot drop off boxes. Massachusetts commissioner for the death has been fired

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Pelosi, Mnuchin Talk Again as Hope Fades on Stimulus Vote

Bloomberg Markets

00:22 sec | 15 hrs ago

Pelosi, Mnuchin Talk Again as Hope Fades on Stimulus Vote

"Pelosi in Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin are talking this hour. About their ongoing stalemate on Corona virus relief. Investors are waiting to hear the latest prospects for a deal while cases of Corona virus have hit record levels in the past few days. The Senate is scheduled to leave town later today, so it's looking less likely there will be a bill before Election Day.

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Japan’s New Leader Sets Goal of Being Carbon Neutral by 2050

UN News

00:44 sec | 16 hrs ago

Japan’s New Leader Sets Goal of Being Carbon Neutral by 2050

"U N Secretary General Antonio Guiterrez has welcomed Japan's announcement that it would reduce carbon emissions to zero by twenty fifty as part of the global effort to slow the worldwide temperature rise and prevent the most damaging effects of climate change Mr. Tash said in a statement that the plan was a very significant positive development and that he had no doubt that Japan has all the. Necessary technological, financial and engineering tools to achieve net zero emissions by twenty fifty, and it would also use these to help developing countries do the same. The UN chief added that he looked forward to Japan. The world's third largest economy announcing policy measures in time for a you in summit on climate change that's to be held in Glasgow a year from now, the European Union has also pledged to be carbon neutral by twenty fifty.

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FBI To Investigate Fire Set At Boston Ballot Dropbox

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 1 d ago

FBI To Investigate Fire Set At Boston Ballot Dropbox

"Set fire to a ballot Dropbox Sunday with 120 to balance for the November election. Inside 87 of the votes were still ledge, a ble enough to be recorded. The rest were destroyed. Massachusetts Secretary William Galvin says he's asked local jurisdictions to secure ballot boxes by moving them inside if necessary, as we go down the stretch in this election And they need police officers there. That's what they need to do. We'll deal with the compensation issues later. The FBI is investigating just days

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In Nevada, Latino Activists Go Door-Knocking For Biden

All Things Considered

03:42 min | 1 d ago

In Nevada, Latino Activists Go Door-Knocking For Biden

"A month. I don't know how to live in Mexico. I never go there lion is canvassing is part of a larger effort by her union Sister organization, the Culinary Workers Union. It represents about 60,000 hospitality workers in Nevada, the majority of whom are Latino. Union began canvassing for Biden in August, Well before the Biden campaign itself started knocking on doors in Nevada. Right now, you know the Latino community has been suffering with this pandemic. Gioconda Arguello. Kline is the secretary treasurer of the Culinary Workers Union. She says President Trump's handling of the Corona virus pandemic has hit Latinos, especially hard. In Nevada. Latinos make up about 30% of the population but account for more corona virus infections than any other group. We cannot afford another four year for President Trump, and we need to be sure by then become to be the precedent. But it wasn't Biden, who most Latinos in the State caucus for back in February. Bernie Sanders was the most popular candidate. An analysis by found that of majority Latino precincts, 70% backed Sanders. This is like two some concern among Democrats that Biden isn't motivating Latino voters. But Adrian Panto Ha doesn't see it That way. That enthusiasm gap is not there. We see a highly energized looking a population. Panto Ha is an analyst for Latino decisions, a public opinion firm focused on Latinos. He says that when it comes to getting Latinos to the polls, enthusiasm doesn't matter nearly as much as voter contact people vote because either have the resource is to go to politics or because politics comes to them. And when it comes to Latinos, which is a resource for community politics, coming to them is pivotal. Back on the streets of Reno. I speak with Javier or Maldonado, The young man Leone was canvassing. He tells me his vote is going to bite. When asked why he talks less about Biden and more about Trump, he'll say something, but he'll never really think about how he's gonna do it. And later on. He just does the opposite of what he actually said. He's going to do in general that just tells me that he doesn't know what he's doing. As for Leone herself, she won't be voting at all. Not because she doesn't want to, but because she can't Is a green card holder without US citizenship. Canvassing is as close as you'll get to the ballot box. This election cycle for NPR news. I'm Benjamin Pain

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Boston ballot box set on fire, officials say, in ‘disgrace to democracy’

WBZ Afternoon News

00:09 sec | 1 d ago

Boston ballot box set on fire, officials say, in ‘disgrace to democracy’

"Secretary of the Commonwealth's Bill Galvin today of a Copley Square ballot. Dropbox was set on fire early this morning. Steak au Vin

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Ohioans cast record 1.1M ballots, doubling 2016 early vote tally

Ric Edelman

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Ohioans cast record 1.1M ballots, doubling 2016 early vote tally

"The boards of elections will be open in Ohio for early voting today from 1 to 5, secretary of state. Frankly, Rose took to Social media, saying voters in Ohio are breaking early voting records was one of the few states in the nation based weekend early voting available. We're really proud that it's easy to vote here in the state of Ohio, the polls are open in your county. Elections. Early voting location. President Trump at a campaign stop in Ohio Saturday criticized Joe Biden and praised his own record in office. If I don't sound like a typical Washington politician, it's because I'm not a politician. 1000 showed up at the rally, and Circleville south of Columbus. VP candidate Kamala

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Record number of ballots returned in King County, SE of Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:16 sec | 2 d ago

Record number of ballots returned in King County, SE of Seattle

"King County election headquarters in Renton has already seen a record number of early ballots coming in Secretary of State's office gave an update on the total number of ballots returned. Nearly 41% of ballots in King County have been returned, and nearly 38% of all ballots have been returned

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All seniors could get COVID-19 vaccine by end of January, HHS head says

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

All seniors could get COVID-19 vaccine by end of January, HHS head says

"From covert 19. A new timeline from the trump admin and the distribution of a covert vaccine vaccine in limited supply by the end of the year, says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. We expect that we would have by the end of this year. Enough vaccine to be that of FDA authorized to be able to vaccinate all of our vulnerable in the most vulnerable individual while at the CDC here in Atlanta secretary is our says the hope is to have enough by the end of January to vaccinate all seniors and first responders and then enough for everyone else by the end of March or April. Of course, all of this could change, he says, depending on current trials. Sabrina

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Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Supreme Court says ballots can’t be rejected based on signature comparisons

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 2 d ago

Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Supreme Court says ballots can’t be rejected based on signature comparisons

"Supreme Court has ruled mail in or absentee ballots cannot be thrown out, based on signature. Hey, Wa w. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Mel. Word tells us it was one of two key rulings handed down Friday. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Book forces. The flurry of late court rulings might be confusing the voters, but you don't actually have to track the litigation. It'll just cast your ballot By Tuesday, November, 3rd book barred asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to take up the issue about signature. She'd initially instructed County's not to toss ballots based on signature. The Trump campaign asked the federal court to block her instruction, but that judge tossed the trumps. Republicans argue book bars rewriting existing law changing guidelines for challenging the validity of a ballot. Pennsylvania Attorney General Joshua Pierrot, also a Democrat, says it's the right decision because identities on mail in ballots are verified in the initial application, typically with the driver's licence, Also, Pennsylvania Commonwealth court upheld a Philadelphia judge's ruling that satellite voter services Cannot be forced to allow in poll watchers. The Trump campaign appealed that ruling trying to argue those officers are effectively polling places. But Commonwealth Court agreed with a lower court ruling that the officers only process and collect mail in ballots. There's no opening or counting at the suburban bureau,

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Pennsylvania high court rules ballots with mismatched signatures can't be rejected

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 3 d ago

Pennsylvania high court rules ballots with mismatched signatures can't be rejected

"Couple of key rulings from Pennsylvania courts regarding mail in ballots and the election. KOW Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward has more on that Pennsylvania Supreme Court. His world counties cannot toss male in her absentee ballots based on signatures. Pennsylvania, secretary of State Democrat Kathy Book far asked the state Supreme Court to take up the issue. She'd previously instructed Candy's not to toss ballots based on signature, a request in federal court from the Trump campaign to block that instruction was tossed out. Earlier this month, Republicans argued book bars, rewriting existing law and changing guidelines for challenging the validity of a ballot. Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Court upheld it. Philadelphia judge's ruling that satellite voter services officers cannot be forced to allow in poll watchers the Trump campaign and appealed that decision. Arguing the judge was wrong in determining satellite offices. Air not polling locations, but Commonwealth Court upheld the lower court's ruling that satellite offices do not qualify as polling places. That ruling says polling places only operate on Election day employees that satellite offices only registered voters and process and collect mail in ballots, saying their duties or ministerial and not quasi judicial. Secretary book Bar says she understands the rulings may be confusing. But, she says all voters need to be concerned with is casting a ballot honor before November 3rd

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Biden warns of "dark winter" during pandemic

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Biden warns of "dark winter" during pandemic

"Joe Biden is emphasizing what he said during last night's final debate that a dark winter ahead and a pandemic that shows no sign of slowing down, and he says the president is ignoring us all him refuse to take responsibility for the crisis that should have been met with real presidential leadership. Standard cost hundreds of thousands America's lives in pushed millions in poverty president. Trump says, he does take responsibility but believes he saved lives and he continues to push for economic relief in the treasury chiefs talks with House. Speaker. Nancy Pelosi. Get the money I. Don't think she wants to people to get the money before the election I. Don't think that's a good point for her. But we want the people to get my it wasn't their fault it was China's fall. Pelosi, says, it's up to the president to act as Senate Republicans resist higher spending, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says, Pelosi needs to

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Trump, Biden continue to spar over COVID-19

Ben Ferguson

00:59 sec | 3 d ago

Trump, Biden continue to spar over COVID-19

"Closing arguments on covert 19 only sobriety. Fox News. Joe Biden is emphasizing what he said during last night's final debate that a dark winter is ahead and a pandemic that shows no no sign sign of of slowing slowing down down And And he he says says the the president president is is ignoring ignoring it. it. I I saw saw him him refused refused to to take take responsibility responsibility for for the the crisis crisis that that Should Should have have been been met met with with riel riel presidential presidential leadership. leadership. Instead, it has cost hundreds of thousands of Americans lives and pushed millions in the poverty. President Trump says he does take responsibility but believes he saved lives. And he continues to push for economic relief in the Treasury Chiefs talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would like to see the people get the money. I don't think she wants the people to get the money before the election. I don't think that's a good point for her, but we want the people to get the money. It wasn't their fault. It was China's fault. Pelosi says it's up to the president to act a Senate Republicans resist higher spending. But Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says Pelosi needs to compromise as the

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Robert C. O'Brien discusses foreign election interference

Hammer and Nigel

00:18 sec | 3 d ago

Robert C. O'Brien discusses foreign election interference

"Robert O'Brien trying to reassure voters, I think our election infrastructure that the machines We vote on the paper ballots that we use that the secretary of state's office across City states are very robust, says voting is the best way to counter efforts by foreign adversaries to influence US elections.

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"under secretary" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"under secretary" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Under secretary of homeland security. Resources that are. To prepare for state of the union address. Here's the thing. She a secure data security issue. She's saying that they don't have enough resources because of the shutdown. They have the state of the union right after she said, this you Nielsen from homeland security said, no, we're okay, we're got cover. Ooh, we're fine. Why are they doing this? Well, because they want to the president. Would it be the first time that the house of representatives hasn't uninvited the president to give a state of the union speech? I don't know. It's a good question. I ever had it outside anywhere before it's within the rights. They make the call. Apparently, they're the ones that invite the president to speak to the nation. So it's it's within their rights. Now, where's he going to go? We don't know we still think it's going to happen. And I bet you it's still on the twenty ninth. And by the way, are they twenty nine this is still happening. We will still be as a station is a group unified fronts at Aaron's table and wine bar Jupiter. We might be at the bar, but we will be there. Probably well you, and I will be at the least last time. Still join us for no matter. What happens we're gonna have a party whether vice still think he's gonna end up giving the state of the union just a matter of where it's from. Yeah. I think you're right. We think you want him at the where the washer where do you want to the Washington memorial where the mall the mall the mall? Okay. So you have a lot of people. It'll be outside. Sure. So it'll be shorter. I think he's going to be like an arena like an Atlanta or somewhere where where he's like like, maybe in Texas. Don't know this way, you can have guests get bikers for Trump some of the angel moms. Well, cops that'd be great. I bet you the minute Nancy Pelosi said that yesterday he went he went nuts. Call staff members, and instead frame me a location now when I want X XXXXX there, Mike finally the biggest arena in the country has sir. Yes, sir. I will where are they going? They're going to substitute. What's the biggest indoor stadium? Indoor. I don't know maybe an arena like the United Center in Chicago or something. I don't know. I okay. Maybe that's where he's going eighteen nineteen thousand can you imagine? The state without a doubt the state of the union in front of the people of the United States instead of congress. And he might honestly changed the way this is done that would be crudeness that would be fine with that. I'm fine with the two we shall see. What happens? Yeah. You're not kidding. We'll still be at errands table and Weinberg Karen Sydney lettuce. News update Cardi B the rapper. She's explaining the shut down to everybody. Don't worry. She'll she'll update everybody. I just wanna remind. Yeah. Because it's been a little bit over three weeks. Okay. It's been a low Bill but three weeks. Is now offering at the summit Steve better will go back to work as in. What is what did she say summonsing is that what she said? Well, she called them slump. All right. We're listening to a former stripper whose a she's a great rapper. G? American treasure. Jan. Oh, yeah. Apple of America. Did know who the hell she was until Adam LeVine and the four other guys. Maroon five put her in a video, right? Quickly. Our producers disagreeing with me. But I can tell you for a fact I could ask ten of my friends right now, they would know she is even after the Adam LeVine video. But that's besides the point is not an age thing. Everybody has a mortgage and kids and like he's adulting time for that. So now, we gotta listen to this woman. Are you kidding me? This did she does he have an education. Hey, y'all. Hey, y'all this way listen to somebody has a brain. Okay. I'll be quite get worked up about this. Cardi B. Pro Bowl stand for bear asks for when she was a stripper the beast can somebody please tell me I don't know what she would just get a divorce from some other guy yet some NATO. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I'm sorry. I'm I'm out of touch with the hip hop world. Archie. Glad not to be though. Yes. I am joy of missing out. That's what it's all about. All right. We had that story before about those idiots. Who are from here who jumped up well, only one of them jumped off the cruise ship from eleven floors up. He lived, but he shot the live got arrested screwed up the cruise for everybody. Now in another cruise to talk about what's the? Yeah. You told me about okay? I think we should book this right now because this would be fascinating to me to talk to these people. This would be great. Can you imagine the nerds who would be in the flat earth cruise? Okay, now, isn't isn't there a guy that place for the patriots? Who is the Celtics Irving was the flat. But there's a lot of basketball players as it turns out to have a flat or a theory. They don't think the earth is round. And a lot of them. I believe the dinosaurs never existed. Really? I'm just telling you. Okay. But they can go at Cardi B. Yes. I'm concerned if you like to push conspiracy theories, you need to kick back and relax too. That's why the flat earth international conference so sticky flat earth crews and twenty twenty. So what happens when they get to the end of the earth. And it's going to go off the edge the turn around go back. Do they just zigzag? So they don't get to the end. I don't know. I don't even know what cruise line. It's going to be. It's promising a great time. With those believe the earth is flat. Yeah, provided they don't fall off the edge. Of course. Did they do? They not ever watch any of these. Okay. Maybe the SpaceX rocket launches. Now. Will they think that's all tricked up? Like, do you? Remember that old movie hangar? Eighteen or nineteen eighteen. The theory was the moon landing was all a TV show. Oh, so you'll have those folks on board too. Okay. Okay. What about the international space station pictures where they actually showed the earth in its round Photoshop. I'm so sorry. I want to be on this cruise because these people are not this would be very entertaining come on. That's what I said. I wanna be with the not sites fit right in. We gotta go where where's it going? It'll be out of here, south Florida. We to go to three search her to be on this ship. All right. We're in. What's a stay at home? Mom worth in dollars by world. Not enough. They finally figured it out. Other updates.

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"under secretary" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Some. Of it. And it's fine. I don't believe it. No, I don't believe it. And here's the other thing. You're gonna have to have China, and Japan, and all of Asia, and all of these other countries, you know, it dr- addresses our right dour at the cleanest. We've ever been very important, but if went clean, but every other place on earth is thirty. That's not so good. So I want clean air. I want clean water. Very important. Okay. Rhino. President Trump is not often at his best when he's about to board the helicopter. But he's right. I mean, basically, there's a terrific piece today in the Wall Street Journal by Stephen Kuehnen, who as I mentioned is a theoretical physicist. He's university professor at New York University, and he served as under secretary of energy. During all of President Obama's first term. He's not some right winger. He worked in the Obama administration. And he has a piece that basically takes the piece by piece by piece by piece this report from our federal government and just rips it apart. It's it's completely ridiculous conclusion is that the worst case scenario. In other words, the worst it could be if everything goes wrong, and we don't do anything. We don't mitigate and we don't develop any new source of green energy and everything goes just to Helena Handbasket, then our annual GDP growth. Will be slower over the next eighty years. By five one hundredths of one percent. Okay. That's so infinitesimal. We're talking about not one percent not half of one percent but point zero five percentage points decrease in growth. I mean, really. One eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number. Noah rothman. Actually had something to say that. I think explains some of the reasons that people get a report like this report from the government that projects things out to two thousand one hundred. So you're talking about eighty two years from now and does so with all this certainty and specificity. Yeah, he has some questions about that a projection of specific impacts is something we should look on with skepticism because it has been proven in the past that these projections are very specific impacts failed to meet expectations. The IPCC's nine thousand nine hundred report was wrong on temperatures and rates have increased the two thousand one report was wrong about snowstorms being more or less intense than normal and just last week. We had a consensus opinion about ozanich temperatures rising being retracted not because of the rigors of peer review because a skeptic with a blog observed and dissected the numbers and pointed out the errors in this collective judgment. So no these projections. It takes us literally got century out. Should be looked on. With some skepticism and the president says having a very ordinary way. But he's not wrong about. That's okay. The point that professor Conan makes is experts know that worst case climate projections show, minimal minimal impact on the overall economy buried in the intergovernmental panel on climate change is two thousand fourteen report is a chart showing that a global temperature rise of five degrees Fahrenheit would have a global economic impact of about three percent in twenty one hundred negligibly diminishing projected global growth over that period to three hundred eighty five percent growth from four hundred percent. Now, it's still means Bjorn Lomborg made very clear on this show that you have tremendous overall growth. And is that a problem? Let's go quickly to Perry and Sugarland, Texas. You're on the Michael Medved Show. Hello, Michael, thanks for letting me be on your show here. Sure. Go ahead. Yeah. I've got a question for experts. I've never been able to find any numbers on this. But. How much CO two is produced by human activity. That's what we're concerned with the only thing we can mitigate read is human activity. Right. Well, you can mitigate the rest of it to there are. But you're very right to point out that I believe that. It's it's the minority of overall CO two because. There's a again, I don't know. And I don't have an answer to that. I'm not sure that we have a definitive answer on that. But the point is that the climate is a very very complex system and the projections that we've had in the past have gone up they've gone down. They've been this way. They've been that way. The climate is warming. I think most people agree with that. But there are some people who are now argue that climate warming slightly slight global warming is actually beneficial because it means that places like Iceland and Mongolia are actually going to be doing very well because they'll have more moderate climates does that speak disaster for our future. What do you say about this question of economic growth and things getting better? We'll be right back on the Medved show. That's our news. I'm Keith Peters in Washington.

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"under secretary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Very careful story of American foreign policy. The last hundred years when America becomes the light to Europe. But Europe doesn't want to light in nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen. Maybe it didn't even want it at forty five. We can hear the foreshadowing of all the catastrophes of the rest of the century right now the Russians are in revolution. Therefore, not even present in Paris. The Italians and the ink and the French and the English all want to expand their empires pickoff cities from the remains of the Ottoman empire that sided with the Germans and the Ostra hanger Hungary, empire that disintegrated into Czechoslovakia Yugoslavia states that we've seen break-up in the latter part of the twentieth century. However, that's their Wilson gets on George Washington and sales home to congress. And one night. Colonel house has the reception for thirty two members of congress, including Senator lodge of Massachusetts. The presentation is about what has been going on in the peace conference in Paris. But at the center of it is the league of nations Scott the league of nations lodge is against it right away. Does wilson. No this. Well, he he senses that he doesn't know the full extent of largest opposition. And it's something to be honest. I found doing my research, and I found it in the papers of Franklin Roosevelt, some papers that really hadn't been examined. And in them Roosevelt who is Wilson's under secretary of the navy would later impart that while Wilson was still over in Paris. Many Republicans were holding secret meetings in his absence often at Franklin cousin's house Alice Roosevelt, Longworth the daughter of teddy Roosevelt, and at these meetings. They came up with a policy in which. They decided that whatever Woodrow Wilson brought back from Paris. They would be against. So Wilson did not know that he came.

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"under secretary" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The big stories in the market Adam thanks for coming on Berry thanks for having me and by the way welcome. Back, from vacation mind starts Lucky, you I. Got I got mine and now it's time for you. To get yours I guess so it's what's talk a, little bit about WalMart, here we, were talking about him a little bit earlier today but for a company this size this is. About as good of, an earnings report is, you can get it seems like Now my best failed a year and a half percent and there's so much that we, could talk about. Here from brick and mortar is not dead to, air pivot. Court groceries and buying jet dot com for deliveries I. Mean all that was very good but I think the, single most important takeaway, from the, report guy is the fact that it more evident tax cut are percolating through the economy You know we cut people's taxes they have more to the average American data five percent raise and WalMart were they shop More, than anybody else so much more than Amazon in America shop so when you see. WalMart rise the most in ten years that direct relation or direct. Reflection of tax cuts at the wonderful wonderful door Adam so that's one of the big stories that's moving things upward today the other one. Is the news that China in, the US are going to. Be, resuming trade negotiations prior to the end of the month so within the next two weeks we're going to have that I, I'm somewhat skeptical on these just because I feel. Like we've, we've seen the store. Before and have an ad progress made but, I'm curious what your thoughts. Are on it Yeah This is hitting quite, deserves but Really Hear what the headline from, the you, know you look in the mirror, time, negotiations, resume, dot dot, dot really low. Level it's not actually a low. Level. Okay because it's not the Treasury Secretary for the, commerce secretary. Himself people interpreted the low level it David. Malpass David Malpass is the under secretary of the. Treasury I actually know David Malpass very well I, sat down. With him a number of time and he's. The former economist from Euboea extremely thoughtful and here's. The key is very very close like They talk every clothes who Larry cudlow who is. President Trump economic advisor in the. White House these quote committed Trump himself I don't think people realize the fact that David Malpass is leading spearheading. Meet negotiation is important as it. Is I think that he Kudlow and Trump are going to. Have all their talking points in line and and effectively now pack is the Trump messenger it's not a low level thing is a back door thing I think the goal is to try. To figure out how to a help the Chinese space. And make it, look like. Trump got a victory and. That has to happen behind the scenes they need to make it a at those low. Level but trust me it's not it's a really, big deal Adam are the Chinese incentive to get. Something done soon as in before, the midterm elections Oh my gosh, yeah there. Is a school of thought. That says if they wait until the midterm election Trump Mike it weekend if he loses Right The way the generic ballot is starting to move in your favor and all of a sudden now they've played double jeopardy. Law the fact is the Chinese stock market has fallen twenty five. Percent they have a real problem in China right. Now they're having to lead the Bank with liquidity to try to make up for the fact that failed abroad are struggling to keep. Up it's also one of the reasons why the Chinese wanted, ball so, precipitously the Chinese at admit that they need a, deal but they really. Do Adam are as a country in the United, States I assume is the biggest customer of the Chinese France doesn't by more than. US Britain doesn't by more than. Us we are China's biggest company. Customer we not, well if you look at the EU as a, whole it's pretty close and depending upon how you wanna that you might actually say you lately larger, customer but that's a combination of countries that, that's you, know there's, countries but, yeah as far as a single. Country, oh. Yeah no, one, no No, one. Else even, come Has been with Trump point They need us. More than we. Need them I'm not sure, I necessarily agree, with that but you. Know I, get my portfolio I mean I'm long Alibaba at apple On John Deere and, co you, know I think actually we're going to get a very positive announcement on Mexico and they're gonna use basket four candidates at the. Table, also we've.

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"under secretary" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To be under secretary of something or other but I still have access to top secret information by implication I'm still in the no I'm still an insider, and I think that that. Suggests the status that can translate into access prestige opportunity. The opportunity take an ad the monetary aspect so It's a way of staying a member of a. Club of this foreign policy, elite, and in the camp I'm in I'm not persuaded? The foreign policy elite does all, that good of a job and therefore I'm. Not particularly interested in perpetuating the privileges daddy late. We're speaking with Andrew base of. Each retired professor from Boston. University. And he's written a piece in the Boston Globe entitled security. Clearances should terminate with government employment I was reading some of, the many comments to your piece and at least one guy. Thinks said and maybe, echoed, with others were thinking. Like at least I have a couple of people sign off if you're going to extend the courtesy and not, just let it. Ride Right because there's no I guess approval process for this, once you are done with government. Service I don't know enough about the actual, procedures that allows a person to maintain their security I don't know. Exactly how that happens I think one could reasonably make an argument, that there there's a particular individual who particular specific expertise in part of the world or in. Some kind of a scientific or technological area then yeah I, guess you could make the case that person should retain their clearance but that's not the way it is right now now it's quite a broad gauge permission calling.

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"under secretary" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on KCBS All News

"South vietnamese against the north vietnamese and in that year in nineteen sixty seven when when the that the position of the johnson mistreating was we don't need a declaration of war over eleven thousand united states soldiers were killed in vietnam in the in that one year that's more than the entirety of the number of soldiers we've lost in around on afghanistan over sixteen years and then the next year nineteen sixty eight that number one up on up to over sixteen thousand and so this was full fledged war by anyone's definition when you look at it but it was not legally a w war as far as the senators were concerned and they now understood that the johnson ministration had no intention of trying to legalize the war and so gene mccarthy was outraged by that outraged to the point where he actually didn't say anything in the hearing there's no dramatic confrontation in the transcript of the hearing with the under secretary of state instead he was so livid that an i suspect he he wouldn't have trusted what he would have said he got up and left the hearing and and one when walking out said to his chief staff that if he had to run for president to to do it he would by which he meant i get the war on the ballot their response from the white house they'll certainly lyndon johnson was not trying to prosecute the war for his own goals except that he did i wanna be a president to go down in the books who had lost a war for he didn't want to be the first president to lose a war that was his obsession the trouble is that couldn't lead you to a tactical strategy that just lead you to the thing you all it did was conclude what you weren't going to do which was and the war so tell us a little bit more about the personality of gene mccarthy who this guy was because he went through this campaign almost personally trying to sabotage himself in certain kept running time after time after time and that's where the tragedy of his personal figured for me comes in is how he ended up the most important thing to know about and was a presidential candidate is that he did not want to run he absolutely did not want to run this was not.

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"under secretary" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Under secretary of defense for personnel and readiness and was easily confirmed to that post by the senate last year quil lawrence npr news a decision by the trump administration to limit services related to abortion is expected to spark lawsuits and echo of reagan era policies the department of health and human services proposes to ban federally funded family planning clinics from discussing abortion providing reversals or sharing space with abortion providers medical groups and abortion rights advocates call it a gag rule antiabortion groups welcomed the decision a boeing seven thirtyseven lease by cuba's state airline coup bonna crashed on takeoff today a hundred five people reportedly were on board the domestic flight the crash occurred at havana's jose marti airport state media reports three people survived the crash but their condition is unknown wall street at the close the dow was up one point the nasdaq off twenty eight this is npr a major development in an international incident that captured global attention and the uk former russian spies sergei's group all has been discharged from the hospital along with his daughter and one other person he was made severely ill by exposure to a nerve agent from london alice fordham has details scruple his daughter year and a police officer were all admitted to a hospital in the city of souls spree after they were exposed to a nerve agent we'll have now been discharged the head of nothing in the hospital set that the treating of the patients had been a huge and unprecedented challenge that recovery is still ongoing the british government blames russia for the poisoning the incident spoke a global backlash against russia with many countries including the us expanding russian diplomats for npr news i'm alice food in london in windsor england ahead of tomorrow's prince harry meghan markle wedding.

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"under secretary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Pounded portions of south dakota with record snowfall right before birthing season i received response yesterday from under secretary northey informing me that fsa is announcing clarifications to the lip policy later today based on that request so i'd i'd like to say now that your town response and sensitivity this issue to assist our livestock industry is very much appreciated last may as i mentioned you came south dakota you join me on a tour of the black hills national forest and saw firsthand the effects at the pine beetle infestation has had you also have the chance to see the positive impact that finning and the timber sales program have had on forest health and south dakota south dakota however a large portion of the black hills national forest remains at high risk of catastrophic status wildfires so can you tell me if we can expect timber sales to increase this year in the black hills national forest synagogue authority all provided us in the forest management as well as the fire funding we certainly hope so we'll prioritize those and i would expect there are a lot of pinup demand elsewhere in many other places i can't specifically address what the plan is for that but i can have our chief forester tell you what the plan of regarding sales are able to do in that bill frees us up to do what we need to do and what i saw in your area in the black hills forest showed me very demonstrably how good forest management can make a difference and insects and in wildland fires good well that was that was the intended effect the legislation let me just reiterate a point that's been made by number my colleagues already on the s these these waivers that have been granted by epa are a back door way to reduce the renewable fuel standard in the.

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"under secretary" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Complete hawk he's shunned negotiations with russia he was under secretary for arms control in the bush administration and he saw under he oversaw their withdrawal from the two thousand two antiballistic missile treaty with russia that's john bolton's record they signed that between the united states and the soviet union thirty years earlier and he oversaw the strategic withdrawal of the united states by capping the strategic defenses the antiballistic missile treaty de incentivize the development of offensive nuclear weapons and it laid the groundwork for ensuring arms control agreements for ensuing laid the groundwork for groundwork for ensuing arms control agreements guess what we haven't had any new arms control agreements you know putin just unveiled an entire new nuclear arsenal which he says is undetectable or that can avoid missile defensive he he called for both sides to sit down and negotiate a new system a new a new treaty but we haven't done that we have a guy like bolton bolton in there he he wants to continue to dismantle any of these agreements that we have he informed the conservative political action conference last year that this administration should abrogate the new start treaty that's the new twenty ten pack that reduced us in russia's strategic warheads he said oh that would be a signal to vladimir putin okay that's that's that's that's bolton's position let's get rid of these arms treaties pushback show stand up to putin putin in this case is the one that exercise caution now here's the other thing we don't know they have not yet determined or had not yet determined they had they had inspection teams on the ground in syria and our own general mattis said that we do not know what kind of gas was used in the attack on.

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"under secretary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"People here might think like is this really worth it to get into conflict with russia or at least that's how they would see it so it's it's an innocence escalatory tool that they could use correct me if i'm wrong but it seems as you look back at history that there was a cordial friendly relationship between mckell gorbachev and ronald reagan between bill clinton and boris yeltsin so first of all was that the case and my follow up question is could we ever get back to that point with vladimir putin so i i think that can be we don't want to take that to for boris yeltsin actually towards the end of his time there was was quite dissatisfied with with us actions and really started to to believe that we were not going to take russia's security concerns to heart i do not see any way around i don't i don't see there are no other opportunities for new reset i don't think there anymore resets coming like we had under secretary clinton and i think that's because there are deep fundamental differences between the way we see the international war again this is this is not an international or that putin wants to integrate with i think that previous times in his presidency he's thought you know maybe he can he can integrate with the world order integrate with the west and having a more beneficial relationship but i think especially with the sanctions from congress you know this the russians believe there's a large body of anti russian sentiment the united states and there there probably is and that that's not going away anytime soon so i i just don't see the possibility right now for any kind of reset that doesn't mean we shouldn't continue to communicate that we shouldn't try to figure out what what actions each side seizes destabilizing we need to keep that kind of dialogue going but i don't think there's going to be kind of positive reset anytime soon geoffrey edmund is a global fellow with the woodrow wilson center he joined us on this morning's washington journal the washing journals live every morning at seven eastern on c span radio and television in on monday we'll talk about the week ahead in congress with release a mess carol up these associated press congressional correspondent and congressional reporter with the.

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"under secretary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Net seven ten w o r i heart radio station there has been another firing this time at the state department we ought to know better by we just ought to know better this is a great illustration of how every one of us can get swept up and believe cockup the white house has fired an aide at the state department who contradicted the white house account of trump's firing of tillerson the ap first reported the firing of steve goldstein at the state department he's under secretary of state is assistant the firing was reportedly prompted by a statement from goldstein today responding to tillerson's firing goldstein said that tillerson didn't speak with trump before his firing and is unaware the reason behind his dismissal the statement suggests that tillerson found out about his firing from twitter voltaire said that tillerson had every intention of staying before his firing but goldstein's account differed from the one a white house official told the hill in the white house version white house chief of staff john kelly told tillerson on friday that trump would fire him trump said today he made the decision to oust tillerson on his own and tillerson would be much happier now so apparently john kelly told tillerson hey soon you're gone you're going to be gone it was not blindsided he was told in advance that didn't even remember over the weekend that tillerson and cancel some kind of a meeting somewhere because he had become ill it was an africa.

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"under secretary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We ought to know better by we just oughta know better this is a great illustration of how every one of us can get swept up and believe cockup the white house has fired an aide at the state department who contradicted the white house account temps trump's firing of tillerson the ap first reported the firing of steve goldstein at the state department he's under secretary of state is assistant the firing was reportedly prompted by a statement from goldstein today responding to tillerson's firing goldstein said that tillerson didn't speak with trump before his firing and is unaware of the reason behind his dismissal the statement suggests that tillerson found out about his firing from twitter goldstein said that tillerson had every intention of staying before his firing but goldstein's account differed from the one a white house official told the hill in the white house version white house chief of staff john kelly told tillerson on friday that trump would fire him trump said today he made the decision to oust tillerson on his own and tillerson would be much happier now so apparently john kelly told tillerson hey soon you're gone you're going to be gone it was not blindsided he was told in advance did anybody remember over the weekend that tillerson and cancel some kind of a meeting somewhere because he had become ill it was an africa got sick and had that that story's bs he knew i predict to you that he knew and that's why he flew back early we all believe this notion that trump didn't tell tillerson trump tweeted it before tillerson even knew about it because we have some undersecretary in the state department the poor little rex nobody told rex is trump is a mean sob i can't believe trumpet that's essentially the message the guy put out everybody believes it so the white house not.

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"under secretary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"For your time sir you're certainly work and want to share with you the comments by the navy secretary richard spencer he pointed out in an event today that since two thousand eleven in his words we have put four billion dollars in a trash can put lighter fluid on top of it and burned it he's referring to that fourbilliondollar is because of what's known as the cr these continuing resolutions which as bumped usec said at the top of the program continues to kick the can down the road in terms of longterm budget planning here's more from today's event here in washington it's interesting times there were living in as the chinese fortune cookie always says but i'd like to to to kind of address with this group who i know in looking here you've been enduring endorsers of national security and forceful advocates for a strong navy marine corps team and i want to address my thoughts on how we're gonna take this institution going forward i'll pause and give you an update right now it's already started out to be a good week in the pentagon which doesn't mean that that's gonna keep on the same trajectory but today certainly as a nice day because i swore in the new under secretary of the navy thomas modeihly tomorrow i get to swear in james honda girts as the assistant secretary for our dna and i think we're really uh putting me on a frame that is really going to carry the organization forward in a very positive trajectory i think one of the first things we do when we address the topic of national security is acknowledge that we are a commercial nation were merit time nation we benefits from the eu's we benefit from the see lanes that are open for commerce and we are a protector of those sea lanes we have a responsibility to provide security and contribute.

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"under secretary" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Who was the under secretary of defense policy in the obama administration alex began by asking is this just more bellicose bravado from president trump or all these military options ready to go well i think it's important to note that the korean peninsula's what we in the defense department would call a fight tonight theater you know because it's such a volatile situation every day frankly uh we do have a substantial number of military forces there and they are prepared if necessary to engage in conventional activities when called upon so what the president said wasn't really new uh even if the way he chose to say it was something we don't hear every day when you say that the us has those minute treesolutions in place just to cut through these scale if you can walk woods north korea be facing if it chase to go down a minitry reach uh well a lot depends on sort of how the conflict could potentially evolve you know the forces that we have there we have almost thirty thousand forces on the peninsula and array of ground forces air forces you know we have naval forces in the broad asia area and all of those could be brought to bear if all out war were to break out on the korean peninsula which is something i don't see as likely even with the tensions being very high right now we would need to bring in additional forces from elsewhere in the pacific as well as uh around the world to be able to prosecute on all out war so sort of what we have there now would get a started but we would have to bring in more over time to to fight an allout war against north korea you say you don't think that that scenario an all out war scenario is likely would not will move got this kind of rhetoric from president trump.

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"under secretary" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"On one secret meeting with uh of ladimir putin at the g twenty no less ironically nicholas burns nick burns a career state department officially state department spokesman he is an ambassador his the what under secretary of state for political affairs and nicholas burns was asked about this on cnn but his answer i don't think met with their satisfaction chris i don't think the fact of the meeting is a problem we should want these two guys to get to know each other and have an effective relationship there the two most powerful people in the world should be concerning they had a meeting there the two most powerful people in the world then he attacked president trump's brought her a agenda because that cnn's mission john kirby the former admiral disgraces himself on a daily basis now on cnn by saying ridiculous things because you know they're paying them to say ridiculous things so a juncker your member he was the state department spokesman under obama so he's an obama administration an official nick burns as a lifelong democrat everybody knows that uh john kirby who was the state department spokesman and lied a lot for hillary diane rot him clinton who is a big liar herself agreed that they they meeting as a good a good thing these poor sites happen all the time at these international conferences i agree with nick burns that the meeting is a good thing these polls sides happen all the time at these international conferences but wait there's a real problem no it's good it happens all the time it's a positive thing but look out because something sinister lurks but that it was that it was so on unprepared for and that we had no record of it that is a concern yeah that it was so unprepared for there were so unprepared for and then we have the record of it that is concerned we have no record of it was done in front of nineteen other world leaders and their spouses with camera crews standing outside the door at a scheduled meeting for which invitations were sent out by the chancellor that paperhanging chancellor of joy slant other than that it was quite a secret and it never happens except that happens all the time woo hoo when you need stance a little too much time in the sun relief leaks.

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"under secretary" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Inadvertently marching down to a war to protect those interests investor wendy sherman i have a one other question that i'd like to ask you could you stay here for just a moment it's about what we've just learned tonight about this second meeting between president trump and president putin that was not disclosed by the white house can you stick around for dust mask an investor wendy sherman his former under secretary of state for political affairs she joins us tonight for the interview she will be with us when we get right back joining us once again is wendy sherman the former under secretary of state for political affairs in the obama administration madam investor thank you again thank you rachel we got this unusual news tonight that in addition to their formal meeting at the g twenty which we knew about previously up president trump and president putin of russia had an additional long oneonone discussion that took place at a meeting but not are added dinner later that evening at the g twenty and what selim's unusual to me is just an observer is that only putin's translator was involved in that discussion there are no us officials involved in none other than trump and that the white house did not disclose the meeting or give any sort of read out about it is that just strangers that worrying it's absolutely wearing you know if it were as in set at the top of your our if it was a five or ten pool aside 5 or 10 minute cool site that happens all of the time that's which use those dinners four to have a little say to set up a meeting to follow up on something but in our long conversation with only one translator.

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"under secretary" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"under secretary" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Inadvertently marching down to a war to protect those interests investor wendy sherman i have a one other question that i'd like to ask you could you stay here for just a moment it's about what we've just learned tonight about this second meeting between president trump and president putin that was not disclosed by the white house can you stick around for dust mask an investor wendy sherman his former under secretary of state for political affairs she joins us tonight for the interview she will be with us when we get right back joining us once again is wendy sherman the former under secretary of state for political affairs in the obama administration madam investor thank you again thank you rachel we got this unusual news tonight that in addition to their formal meeting at the g twenty which we knew about previously up president trump and president putin of russia had an additional long oneonone discussion that took place at a meeting but not are added dinner later that evening at the g twenty and what selim's unusual to me is just an observer is that only putin's translator was involved in that discussion there are no us officials involved in none other than trump and that the white house did not disclose the meeting or give any sort of read out about it is that just strangers that worrying it's absolutely wearing you know if it were as in set at the top of your our if it was a five or ten pool aside 5 or 10 minute cool site that happens all of the time that's which use those dinners four to have a little say to set up a meeting to follow up on something but in our long conversation with only one translator.

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