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"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

13:41 min | 3 months ago

"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Depends on what you mean by containment. If you think that we haven't completely under control I mean if you look at the dynamics of the outbreak we are seeing a diminution of hospitalizations at infections. In some places such as New York City which has plateaued starting to come down New Orleans and other parts of the country. We are seeing spikes so when you look at the dynamics of new cases even though some are coming down the curve looks flat would some slight coming down so I think we're going in the right direction but the right direction does not mean we have by any means total control of this opry you know Willie Donald Trump and Some of his more extreme supporters have been presenting a false choice to America. Which is we can either worry about. The virus are we can worry about reopening the economy. And right now we have to worry about reopening the economy because of the thirty million jobs at the President Jared says the president feels responsible for also he should feel the burden of eighty two thousand deaths not that he could have prevented all of those deaths but he that should also be paying obviously on his mind. But Dr underlines such an important point that that I think he's lost by Donald Trump and some of his more extreme supporters some of those politicians on Capitol Hill and some of those belichick members that are are Brandishing military style weapons whether it's in the Michigan legislature or to stand in front of Barber shops that are opening early. And that is is Dr. Chee said yes. There's a risk that you trigger more outbreaks that cause more sickness cause more deaths but also on the economic side of things you risk future outbreaks that actually set the economic recovery back set. The president would say return to greatness back. You know the White House used to understand actually for a time. There after study came out from Imperial College that this was a medical crisis and that until medical crisis was taken care of there would always be an economic crisis. I think they still understand that. But they have a president who is so impatient that he's looking past future outbreaks and there is an attitude. Yes people are going to die as the president said he doesn't understand that's going to set us back more economically as we move forward because Americans aren't going to go get a hamburger if there's an outbreak and people are dying. It's just a again. It's not an either or choice now. It's not an either or choice in jared's right to say that the president has a responsibility to those thirty million Americans but that includes thinking about their long term future and I understand. It's difficult to see the long term when there's so much pain in the short term you WanNa rush people back to work Dr Faustus testimony. Yesterday actually wasn't anything different than he's been saying all along. Which is that. If we rush too quickly he fears. We trigger another outbreak. And it's you say that doesn't just have public health consequences that has economic consequences. The open you rush everybody back. Then you've got close down again when there's an outbreak that's doubly bad for workers that's doubly bad for small businesses and Jonathan Lemaire. We saw out in the open yesterday. This contrast this divide between the president and his doctors the president in the Rose Garden two days ago. Talking about how we gotta get back. We have to get back to work transition to greatness as new line that he's using on twitter. We've got to get everybody back to work. And Dr Chee and that Senate hearing yesterday calmly explaining why he has real concerns. The president and the governor's get to make those decisions but the advice of doctors FAO G and Berks and others. They will hear from this morning on. This show have to weigh heavily into his decision. Really my own. Personal transition to greatness has been years in the making I will say you're right still hasn't testimony. We her yesterday. I know I'm working on it. The testimony we heard yesterday from from all the officials were particular. Dr Franchi like a bucket of cold. Water on what? The president is relentless tone of late to try to push the nation to restart the economy to reopen on number of points in Dr Frederick. He wasn't dealing with politics. He never once said these words that the president was wrong. He didn't turn to any sort of attacks. In fact he was very careful the way he spoke as he always is and he stuck to the principles and they were in the guidelines and the science and the medicine and there are though some a few clear warning signs he suggested that a vaccine which the president has been suggesting suddenly might be available. By Year's end he said to be a year or two or more away he he suggested that when pressed by Senator Rand Paul on a rather contentious exchange he said that while we they scientists. Believe that if you have Kovic nineteen you will have immunity afterwards. If you recover that they didn't know that for certain just yet he certainly tried to pump the brakes a little bit on the ideas that schools could resume this fall universities in particular and then on one thing that was particularly striking is he talked about the death. Count and we. We've heard the president know we've now well over eighty thousand and the president privately has been suggesting he thinks that's too high that he believes that those numbers are inflated he sa- cast a little bit of doubt on this publicly but privately even more so suggesting that the media and others were try to pump up the numbers a little bit to make him look at Dr Phil she went and the exact opposite direction saying that we probably have a significant. In his opinion a significant undercount a number of deaths that it's far higher than those that we know that some American deaths we'll never perhaps ever be accounted for. But they were to blamed on this virus doctors if you talked to nurses if you talk to people who are actually on the front lines and not politicians who were trying to score political points they will all tell you that they think that there is an undercount if you talk to local officials they will say the same thing. Ems workers will say the same thing that they've found people dead in their apartments. Dead in their homes didn't come to the hospital because they were afraid to come to the hospital and apparently died of two way complications. And yes we're turned away somewhere sent back home but you know The the president talks about how he's a wartime president and this is like a war You know yesterday the dichotomy between what Dr Felt she was saying. And what the president saying brought to mind Something that Cap. Weinberger Ronald Reagan's defense secretary came up with and it was called the Weinberger doctrine and talked about the things that were required before America went to war. Colin Powell updated it later so we would avoid the mistakes Vietnam but one of the most important parts of the Weinberger doctrine was public support. You needed public support of that war. Because if you didn't have public support of that war you would end up in a quagmire. Like Vietnam will. Yeah this is a war. It is the biggest crisis since World War. Two that this country has faced. And we're at the same place here. You look at all of the polls majority polls show that Americans still understand. It's not safe yet to go back into restaurants and you're back into bars to go back to baseball games as much as we would all love to go to baseball games and other people love to flood into restaurants and Americans aren't safe. You look at Gretchen. Whitmer in Michigan. She's doing extraordinarily well. American support her Mike. Dewine doing better than anybody else in Ohio. We have him on the show all the time. He's balancing this every day. He's not just saying oh we've got a kick down the doors and reopened the economy and so wal again the presence trying to rush this again. He has to have support of the American people. Because if you don't then you can look at the experience of Brian Camp in Georgia who has extraordinarily low approval ratings for how he's handling this crisis in part of it just has to do with the fact that. Georgians fail like he's rushing in there so president of course doesn't understand this and I guess he's not GonNa understand this but without public support without Americans feeling like they're safe to go back to restaurants safe to go back to mall safe to go back to baseball games. They're not going to do that. And it doesn't matter would polit an isolated politician inside. The White House are inside. The governor's mansion. So Willie I mean exactly what Joe is saying. Is that what the President doesn't understand? Is that when you use phrases? Like transition to greatness and we have prevailed and you have a lockdown happening. You're in the face of a lockdown. Everybody's in it together and it's invalidating to the people who are impacted and who are. The people impacted literally everyone literally. Everyone is going through this and they need honesty. They don't need a phrases that completely. Don't match their reality. Yeah and there were a couple of decisions yesterday. Meager that underlying your point and that underline the point that it's not up to the president that both in the state of California had California State University system nearly half a million students twenty three campuses announcing now in mid-may that they will not hold on campus classes. This fall so these universities these institutions are going to have to make their own decisions about keeping people safe. The other one was the Los Angeles County Health Commissioner coming out and saying we're going to keep art. Stay at home mortars in place for another three months with some phased in they hope relaxing of the standards over that time. But these are places. These are localities. These universities deciding for themselves. We're not taking our cues from Donald Trump. We're doing that. We have to do to keep people safe. Let's bring the director of the Harvard. Global Health Institute. Doctors she shot. He's a practicing physician also for professor of Medicine at Harvard. Medical School Dr Jacques. Good morning your take on the testimony. We heard yesterday from Doctor Chief from the director of the CDC as well. Does it line up with where you are? In terms of opening obviously politicians will make these decisions at the end of the day governors and municipalities. But do you agree with doctor? Fao She'd you have his concern share about triggering some kind of an outbreak. If there's a rush back to open society and some Good Morning Willie you know what Dr she said yesterday with. I think pretty much. All health professionals agree with is that the virus makes the time line here. And you can't you can't sort of happy talk the virus. You can't talk about prevailing virus unless you've actually managed to do so and the evidence right now is based on the president's own guidelines for opening up. Is that majority of states are not there most states are not there and if you decide you're going to blow by that and go ahead and do it anyway. You know what will happen that there will be a resurgence and this is not a you know. This is not a political desire. This is not people trying to be critical. The president this is the reality of the virus as we best understand it and I think what we heard from Dr which was a real concern and I think it was echoed by the others as well. I mean not as clearly as we heard from Dr Patchy but the others essentially. We're all saying the same thing we have to let science right this so a when it seems like. There's this focus on this controversy which the science just cancels out. If we don't want a resurgence we can't have eighty thousand people or forty thousand people dying again. Dr Shaw So. What is the way forward to safely reopen? And why is it so hard to understand that when we're talking about basic science you know what's really interesting is I believe like if you listen to the Republicans and Democrats there was pretty wide consensus again? The words were a little different between Democrats and Republicans but pretty wide consensus among senators. Though we really need a national roadmap and I'm in some ways you could argue that the White House plan for opening of America again was that it was the start of that and it was pretty good. It was pretty science-driven and I think what you heard from. Everybody in the Senate was a frustration that the administration has abandoned its own plants and is now going off where sciences and that can only leave the odd places so a new analysis by the Associated Press revealed that even as president trump urges getting people back to work in reopening the economy. Thousands of people are getting sick from cove. At nine thousand nine hundred on the job according to data compiled by the AP recent figures show.

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"willie donald" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:09 min | 6 months ago

"willie donald" Discussed on KGO 810

"We're going to drain the swamp of Washington the debates or look for a new host if the process is and quote fair as you know I told you on the show before I don't necessarily think there's a very good chance at all that Donald trouble debate everybody wants that debate moment we heard about comma Harris couple her she could only him on the stage you hear that about forty centered learning centers would show him up on the debate stage it's as though we've become so organized around the gladiator event that is these debates that we forget he doesn't have to debate he didn't release his taxes it was so what I'm not going to debate because I don't think the process is fair and the nonprofit commission on presidential debates sponsored every general election debate since nineteen eighty eight but trump and his trump campaign people are raising questions about them they sat down with a nonprofit commission to complain about the debates that were hosted in twenty sixteen right the president has long said that he felt like he was treated unfairly at the debates are between the Mike trouble and the people who are moderating the famous infamous exchange with Megan Kelly I don't know I think that Donald Trump handles these debates perfectly well mmhm I heard A. N. G. talking about the fact that they said two things and I'll actually and I've I've said before I really like a in G. like but when we don't get to know her politics diverts or not of the same sort of politics really I can't listen a lot of everything else I really enjoyed from them but anyway the point is that the but they were talking to religion the Bates was that the debate moderators are all lives and and that's just not true I mean there are you choose you it was on one of the debates managed to join the live come on I mean I just think that these are the other thing they say which I thought is wrong is that because I always say just the opposite of this that the lives are better at messaging the left is better at messaging on the right I think the right is brilliant and messaging I I I think the the left isn't aggressive enough I think the Democrats don't message as well as the Republicans do in general I think also you know the GOP is generally a party where everybody falls in line to get the story and you know Democrats fall in love Republicans fall in line that's a good that's a good address and and it's really it's really true to a large degree right anyway and I just I heard on the show it in and so we get back to the base I just don't know what configuration Willie Donald Trump to consider it fair right or the commission's already schedule three debates and then one vice presidential debate to take place in September and October of this year he said that with one exception the commission did not think any of the moderators chosen over several decades exhibited concerning behavior during the debates in other words we what what was it that bother you look either should point to it the one moderator he agreed was problematic candy Crowley yeah because she couldn't she corrected met rami or something on something as I recall right she got she fact checked Mitt Romney during the debate after Mitt Romney claim that it took president Barack Obama fourteen days to call an attack in Benghazi act of terror all rights are shot record that well you I mean you'll need a team of candy Crowley's for this debate but with Donald Trump I mean he serves up to hold will be S. even the number I mean the numbers on the Iran thing this is in an in an address to the nation the numbers on the Iran money we're totally ginned up you know anyway I I we'll watch that but I saw and smiled because we talk about on the show repeatedly Donald Trump doesn't have to debate so that fantasy about his debate moment getting owned by whomever you can begin to let it go I think it's very possible he won't debate but do you think that will hurt his base I mean now I don't think anything I mean it's really remarkable phenomena it's a cult of personality yeah it really is he could sell a glass of water to a drowning man this guy is amazing with I'm assuming that drowning man was in his crew in order man they are true believers it's scary and speaking of that also in the swamp is this trump was merely sharing the gospel with that porn star he was with the which Martin explains Jim Baker yes first of all which one Jim Baker explained was audience that he had confirmed the trump was merely scheduling private time with the woman in a hotel suite in order to share with her the good news of Jesus Christ as you become acquainted with her I was very concerned that she was not a question you had over shark week right it is preposterous to assert he said that vultures believer like Mr trump would cheat on his beautiful wife so callously and while their child was only months old he was so concerned with the eternal state of miss Daniels soul these are his words but he's scheduled some alone time with just the two of them so he could share with her how Jesus Christ had changed his life an hour he could also save her from since that's from evangelist Jim Baker yeah mean time the space force got a logo if you see the new logo for the space force it looks awfully familiar it looks like a Star Trek fleet desert that's it really does it looks just like started with an eye as a Star Trek person I love that but it was on one minute okay three captain they did doctor.

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"willie donald" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"willie donald" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Hi I was teaching like I was told about it hi someone went over and got it is given to me and me only my safe senders I sought I called up the FBI and I said I have this I am not having any copies of not having anything to do with it I'm giving it to you and I are actively I'm how many times do I have to tell you how many times do I have to answer your question you are and your question my integrity right now the answer is no please don't ask it again I gave it to no one except the director of the FBI I don't know why you're digging this up now okay let me remind you and I talked this one two weeks ago Bruce sore department justice number four guys wife Nellie or work for fusion GPS which paid Chris steel to create that fake Russian dossier right Bruce so are in interviews with the FBI judicial watch got them resort told the government Chris steel was in direct contact with John McCain's office before the twenty sixteen election before the twenty sixteen so John McCain was trying to sabotage trump and make Hillary win for the good of the globalists any establishment before the election started using me in all he's the voice of reason and is this is why nobody likes the freedom we can you know like some games do see like Sally the establishment hacks that are still there as it is it's just just listen to this year the media's gonna just pump this up like he was this great statesman and all those other we tell you something John McCain was never right once about any kind of foreign policy situation either we have sound bite a you know what after I think this was after trump one was this one after trump one he went to Europe of course yes this is February of twenty seventeen I have to truck was inaugurated he goes to Europe and he wonders construction office if the world will survive John McCain hearing a classic in the four day for decades I have attended this conference I cannot recall a year where it's purpose was more necessary or more important and this panel is one asked us to consider whether the west will survive in recent years this question would invite accusations of I personally and alarm mission not this year if ever there was a time to treat this question with the deadly seriousness it is now yes it is now it is now and by the way he was a member what what she just say he there is any McCain city McCain cinema Kane said he was never mean right he was never what do you do he would have to tea party people he sucked up for their for your vote back in twenty ten when I first got here shows of the tea party one stuff and then he called them wide right he eggcrate crazy hobbits you name it and it was at five in the control screen plate is it he will not apologize for calling Republicans T. support two parties were crazy listening history on drums can I ask you one final thing pass it on to Willie Donald Trump.

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"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Stock market every time it's up and say oh the economy's good because guess what happens when it goes down your blamed too so with donald donald trump there was basically saying is if you worry now. It may get worse but it won't be as bad as you think. If you re elect me. It's very bad logic and just go back to those fox polls where we could see everything kind of coming together. I think we see it no more no more place them when it comes to women and in two thousand sixteen eighteen donald trump was able to win <hes> white women without college degrees with fifty six percent in this poll. It's down to fifty. That's swing. He cannot afford suburban. Women are at thirty nine so most of that is based on the terrorists on on his behavior but then you add an economy that is so volatile and people don't trust because they're not just right now. That's what we're seeing a lot of scared investors. That's a lot for donald trump to make up up and i happen to agree with tom. Donald trump won because of hillary clinton's numbers were so bad. He's not going to be facing an opponent with negative numbers as high as hillary clinton well you had that and again you had the james comey letter coming ten days before the election. Everybody talks about putin trying to influence influence michigan and wisconsin. I mean it. James comey james comey influenced all of those states and made a huge difference in it but <hes> ah you know as i've said before willie donald said to me before the election he said i could have i could've been we had this election on ten different days and i probably would have lost nine of those ten days but on that one day everything lined up perfectly perfectly and everything came together and i won. Maybe he's thinking he's going to draw some sort of cosmic inside straight again this this next year i we'll say that on the economy it's so important for anybody in the media that plays that clip of what donald trump said about how the economy is so much better just to get a nine year ten year graph out of the economy and see the lines unemployment lines going down consistently seeing all the lines going down consistently and the number willie that people look at the most that predicting elections <hes> or not all the numbers the president's talking about its g._d._p. And where the president got into office if i'm not mistaken on that day it was around two point six two point seven seven two point eight i think for the last quarter it was two point one and we even have people like paul singer and a lot of the smartest people <hes> and finance saying that we are headed for trouble times. I hope not i certainly hope not because the pain and the agony <hes> that will cause americans will be absolutely terrible so i hope the economy continues going as it is but even if it does willie chances dances are good. Donald trump's not gonna be able to draw that inside straight with the help of somebody like james comey like he did back last year back in two two thousand six hundred and we've seen this week how the president responds to the economy obviously rattled about it when it goes bad when the market is down one day he lashes out at the fed chair when it goes back back up. He takes credit for it. He's projecting a lot of confidence because he knows there's rumbling beneath the surface. He also was talking joe about some of the people running against him last night at that rally in new hampshire. Here's the president said. Is there anything better than a trump rally. What about his sleepy. Joe biden nine rally got kamala. Kamala is falling beta beta was like we'll see what happens. Whoever you know whoever it is i don't know commanders but whoever it is different different people but i don't know i think sleepy joe may be able to limp across the finish line elizabeth elizabeth warren. I did poke gone this thing. I hit really hard and it looked but like she was down and out but that was too long ago. I should have waited but don't worry we will revive it..

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"willie donald" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"willie donald" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Lying about securing the border thumbs that lying about ObamaCare. And listen, he was the one he was the one Republican that was trying to get this dossier. He was trying to take down east sitting frigging president. He also tried to take down the tea party groups. We'll get into that. In a second. We'll get into that. This is after President Trump was able basically arranged and gave the approval to basically give McCain the kind of a public funeral that normally reserved for presidents. So that was Trump Saturday then on Sunday. The president is Sunday morning. The president. I put this on my Facebook page yesterday took screen shots put it on their commented. Trump was a little bit wrong because he said last in his class of John McCain was fifth from last eight hundred ninety four out of eight hundred ninety nine so Trump tweeted so was indeed just proven in court papers last in his class, Annapolis. John McCain that sent the fake dossier to the FBI and media hoping to have it printed before the election. And the dams working together failed as usual even the fake news refused. This garbage. What he is saying is, correct. And Megan decided to tweets. My dad lives in your head rent free. And then she deleted that. Then she deleted that. Maybe she opened herself up to some things. They're with their dad is living and everything else, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So you could turn my computer. So Megan deleted that. But here's the thing. Why do we love Trump is Trump tweeted this stuff out, which is all correct except for little minor up on seeing McCain was last in an apple is eight hundred ninety four eight hundred ninety nine and all of a sudden, you get Lindsey Graham, Lindsey Graham has been great. But he stood up for John McCain, which is fine. Liv Malone, all these Democrats, senators all leave their all distracting, you know, Trump's doing this on purpose because you know, what this is doing it's causing more people to pay attention to exactly. This story because people are going to say, wait a second. Why is Trump going after McCain again? And then when they look at it they're gonna oh. So he was involved in the whole thing. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Look at that. That's that's what he was. Okay. Normally the with the media trying to cover for John McCain, even in his death. Trump is exposing it which is exactly what's going on John. What Trump is doing here. We love this. Because it's showing McCain was the swamp. We've been saying it, no other politician has the guts to say it John McCain wanted to stand up for globalists, the world the swamp. He was mad as hell. He's one of these guys. I'm going to show them. They should never never I like the guy like Trump ever. Again, never many times. John McCain ripped on tea party. People are member being at kino stadium. Seven years ago. Jesse Kelly was out there is running against Gabby giffords. John McCain gladly show was a tea party event. John McCain gladly showed up to suck up for votes. But then he made fun of the tea party people. He call them hobbits. You remember that he call them habits? And then he refused to apologize. Any refuse to apologize? Several times. He didn't make fun of people you show you. I'm very. Coming from my knee endearment thing. That's what he told. Joe Scarborough, Joe scripts do you want to apologize nine on apologize? You call them crazies. You remember the call them the tea party people crazies, he did that to a matter of fact play that I just put it in the control screen just just hit play. And let let's hear it happens. Can I ask you one final pass it onto Willie Donald Trump? Keeps.

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"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"But also at other minority groups, and we were talking about this whole policy was based around Muslim anti Muslim bigotry in the form of the Muslim. And yes, it got it got whittled down, and it became something really wasn't initially by the supreme court, but a huge chunk and swath of the country, basically took it at face value that we could have a policy that ban Muslims. And then they voted for the guy who authored it. And so what people are really upset about from my own reporting is the proportionality of the response in that includes members of the House Democratic caucus who were having a lot of difficulty shepherding resolution, which is why became almost an omnibus of anti hate legislation by the end, but again, Willie Donald Donald Trump received horse con. The nation by. Well, first of all our show and just about everybody else for his Muslim bands whereas Muslim registry. If you remember the first week of his of his presidency when he was trying to push through his quote Muslim ban. There were protests all over America in the streets of Washington and New York and Boston there was near universal condemnation certainly from Democrats in a lot of independent. So I don't quite get these Democrats logic that well, it doesn't make sense Donald Trump did this. So why should Representative? Oh, Mawr or anybody else? Be condemned if she continues to engage an anti semitic tropes. I don't quite get that logic. Yeah. As we discussed yesterday there's been a lot of what aboutism in the last week. I still don't understand why we can't all at once. And I think we can do this. If we work hard at it condemn anti-semitism where we see it condemn a. Poster in the West Virginia state house despicable ugly poster that shows congresswoman Omar in front of the burning towers and nine eleven implying that because she's Muslim she had something to do with that. And also condemn a proposed Muslim ban or president who seems to take the side of white nationalist, and a riot and Charlottesville that kills a young woman. We can do all of those things and Susan page. I'm interested in your view of how this played out inside the Democratic Party where it looks like speaker Pelosi who's been a strong leader. For many many years started was pushed into the corner and pushed into this broad resolution that condemns all kinds of hate by this group of influential young freshman members, you know, this has been test for congresswoman, Omar, but also a test for speaker Pelosi. You got off to such a strong start to United democratic caucus, especially with the government shutdown. Now these divisions by age by religion by race. You see the fractures? In a very diverse democratic caucus in a struggle to to sort the disorder them out, you know, and that pressure if congressman or makes another statement that is anti-semitic there is going to be enormous pressure on speaker Pelosi not to do the relatively conciliatory. Gesture. She did yesterday saying that the congresswoman didn't understand the weight of remarks. They'll be pressure on the democratic caucus to do something about it, for instance, to remove the congresswoman for proceed on the foreign affairs committee. So this is the Democrats are houses voting today on HR one the prime piece of legislation for the new democratic majority. We're not talking about that. We're talking about this resolution passed yesterday. David, what's so disturbing to me at least, especially the age of Trump is. I am always hopeful that the Democratic Party. Remains the voice the resistance against all forms of bigotry, and they have been for the most part over the past two and a half three years, but you look to Europe and you see that anti semitism does come from right wing extremists..

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"willie donald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"willie donald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of derisive comment from people all over. But now there is a veteran school psychologist who has been working on the issue of bullying for years and years who says Malania kinda right? She could be the most bullied woman on earth. But the most bullied human being on planet earth that would be her husband, the president of the United States. Let me welcome to this show, the author of this interesting piece in psychology today and we've posted up at our website at Michael Medved dot com. His name is Izzy Coleman. He is a nationally certified school psychologist who has been working in schools in private practice since one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He is also somebody who has organized a program called bullies to buddies how to turn your enemies into friends, Mr. Coleman. Thank you very much for joining us. It's my honor to be here. Well, thank you. Okay. First of all when you use the term bullied, how how would you define bullying as applied to someone deciding were you the victim of this kind of behavior house bullying defined. Different ways of defining and get it. But I think the most realistic definition, at least the way it's being used today because. Very broadly used term, it's when people treat you badly. People treat you badly over and over again victims of bullying repeatedly treated badly by people, and do you think that that then implies to say President Trump that he is treated badly very regularly? Get on the internet. Go any article first of all if you go to like Yahoo? Or must have the article would be trying to make bullied look up Willie Donald Trump, look bad. And if you look at the comments boy, the language people, use language commenters to my blog. Lest. Trump. They think they're righteous people. Right. And again, what you hear most is how could Trumpy a victim of bullying. He's a great big bully himself to which you say. But that doesn't mean that people won't believe you. Rachel, you treat people badly. They treat you badly. It's quite common. Okay. So I two questions sort of just leap out with this situation. And by the way, you're right. I mean, I your article in psychology today is illustrated with that awful picture of Kathy Griffin holding up an effigy of Trump's severed bloody head cut off his body and sort of have the grim face. Yes. That would be an example of bullying, and you're right people only have to look on Twitter or on the internet or on YouTube anything there is no shortage of material attacking President Trump. But he's unusual. Among American presidents, isn't he he takes a little bit more active role in attacking people back is that an effective strategy generally for dealing with bullying. Who am I to say what your sector for Donald Trump? He's the one who became pressure. Not me. He certainly knows what to do better than I do that said, it's not it would not be my advice to him. Device. Could Trump would be to get Barack Obama's speech writers? I think they're they're they're unemployed. But that that and what should he tell the speech writers to do? To take his ideas and make them sound or or present them in a way that would have Barack Obama present them with the way he would want to present them. Obama makes beautiful speeches the purse. Unbelievable. I talked to listen to speeches at not accept what he says if Trump would speak that way. Also, he wouldn't have so much. He would have ideas. No way that's rational. He tried to base it on evidence. He talked to the hearts of people. He would respect everyone. You're supposed to show respect to your opponents. Okay. What respect? One of the one of the themes of your work as I understand it is that bullying, not only victimizes the person who is being bullied. It also victimizes the bully himself or herself that bullies also suffer so in terms of Americans out there, how should we respond? So we engage in less bullying behavior to the president of the United States. What we can do is. If we write about him more direction reproduce. Respectfully, the contri-. Mr president. We really appreciate your reference to help us, but sausage such reasons we sent this mistake. We would like you to look into more closely will give you another perspective is intriguing. Respect, he's more likely to listen. But if you demean him, if you treat them like, he's an idiot. Why would you wanna listen to you one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six. The aside from the Kathy Griffin image, which I think people at basically ruined her career can now now it's renewed her career now she needs doing wonderfully because of that rare bigger celebrity tour now throughout the world look at the raiders without her. She's doing great. It's become a plus for her. I'm pleased with understanding. I'm not trying to say we should get rid of, you know, get -bility to say bad things about people who are to treat them badly. Way Kathy Griffin. Did this part of being democracy? Democracy political satire there comedians comedians, always make fun of others. And they do things that are politically incorrect. You can't really be politically. Correct. So you'll always makes other people look bad, and we need to send a democracy, otherwise religion in the former Soviet Union, but your program is called bullies into buddies. How to turn enemies into friends? What's the key approach that you would recommend for people in politics to turn enemies into friends? Said before you treat them with respect just because somebody is your opponent. It doesn't mean they're idiots. They still deserve respect. When you talk to people, respectfully, appreciate your ideas. I'd like to show you another point is you if you speak to people like friends feel like friends, if you treat them like enemies, like enemies. It wouldn't part of it be that when you are the victim of bullying, as I think, you you rightly to some extent say that President Trump is that you don't let it get under your skin don't always show. So visibly that this bothered. You don't you encourage the other side, if you show that a bully is succeeding in hurting an intimidating you. Of course, if if you get upset you lose person wins. Bullying. You can look at a very simple game. If I can get you upset I have to see as you. I'm going to enjoy because it feels good to see people. And I'm going to continue doing it to you. Your job is to learn how to win against me. But it's not not hard to win. You just have to know how to do it. If you don't know how to do it. You're gonna lose people can check out some of this argument and information and take a look at Mr. Coleman's fascinating and challenging and very controversial article about Donald Trump as the world's most bullied person. And again, it's getting a lot of coverage as Donald Trump is the world's most bullied person anti bullying expert rights. You can also read about the other work of that expert is e Kalman, including his program bullies into buddies. Listen, I wish you the best with your work. And thank you very much for joining us on our show.

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"willie donald" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"willie donald" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Mike, Ford is already like very down to do. The show is they're excited. But yeah, that's the show we got. We got Minnesota for three who's out who plant as we get that far hit Toronto. L. info. Okay. All right. That's good. So also Josh Rogers pitch today, for we'll start with the oils hill. He gave up six runs in in third at the Trump. He had a tough time of the drop. The Trump that shouldn't account. I say it doesn't count at said, little, doesn't out. It's a parallel universe at the Trump that it shouldn't affect Ziara. Action real quick. I wanna go through his play by play of the first thing. I wanna see how bad actually was that. He just texted me like actually gave me like, yeah, go so well. Because he, he texted bread before the start. So ending. The third six runs only to often struck out once. That's great act. Okay. So leadoff actually the first guy out now Smith ground up. Tell me fam- walk Matt up, single season crown, double Arbia, double fielder's choice. Willie, Donald, single, and then Brandon low, hit a three run Homer off them, not ideal, not great out what you want. I hope I hope no one, but no runs in the first innings, which is. Element. All right, that's show will be back here on Friday. Hopefully I throw. Well, the Ditz..

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"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"In america because we reached out and worked with immigrant communities they helped the police to make the city the safest big city in america the last time we had this few murders in new york city the dodgers were playing at ebbets field that happened in the ultimate city of immigrants with immigrants and police cooperation here's the other irony willie donald trump has told me repeatedly in conversations often say you you know know things have great new york city they're great great crimes down things hill at knowledge openly that new york city has gotten safer and then he'll turn around and attack immigrants and try and paint a very few disgusting gang members don't get me wrong i wanna get all those guys in jail too and deport it but he'll paint them as the exemption of all latinos that's what's really going on here and we shouldn't accept it because the facts speak exactly against it and he knows it he said to my face he knows this is a safe city and it's obviously a city of immigrants to know you know you have to run mr mayor before we let you go steve wanted me to ask you nee son in announce so you made the other day can't he now openly smoke blunts when he walks around the inside steve rattner misunderstood steve rattner is a hippie really doesn't want to take the hit no i told me hippie just waiting to come out just wants to walk out of what is the law just okay for cation the law in new york state is it is not legal to smoke marijuana in public and.

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"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Deeply depressed moralize agency back on its feet being more active and creative we'll all be watching that carefully but has probably inevitable change happened here but it was done in in the cruellest way watching watching and give that press conference reading so heavily trying to maintain his composure i thought that was a one one for the video it really was willie donald trump has just now cut off the ability to hire any self respecting see were business leader for the next three years if he's even the white house for the next three years because again this story rex tillerson is the story of so many other people that came into the white house and and embarrass themselves let alone the legal problem would want to but humiliated themselves i understand rex tillerson did this because his wife told him he added duty to do it to the country i understand that and i still say he should be saluted for that at the same time if the reports are true when somebody tells me to eat my salad it's your salad joe i'm sorry i'm going to turn to him and say why don't you mr president if you're so damn hungry and throw it right i it does we've said this thousand times it does no good to humiliate yourself for donald trump this is exhibit number four hundred and seventy eight when are people going to learn that gary cohn could say the same thing about gary cohn guys like rex tillerson gary cohn who left huge jobs to come and serve the country time and again humiliated by this president and in the end humiliated on twitter without so much as a phone call until after the announcement had been made let's bring in a member of the foreign relations committee democratic senator chris coons of delaware senator good to have you with us this morning what's your reaction as a member of foreign services to first of all the news that rex tillerson is out and second of all the way it happened.

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"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"willie donald" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"I think i think the i don't know that it has to do with his intelligence i'm being the i don't think it even has to do with his medals state i think it has to do with the fact that he has never had any interest in policy is never had any interest in what's inside of a healthcare bill he's never had any interest in diplomacy he's never had any interest in what it takes to get out of a crisis like this because he is the most intellectually curious person that's ever been in the white house if maybe meet some can tell us be millard fillmore juice stared at the ceiling the ceiling fans when he was there but unless there's a story like that willie donald trump is so lax intellectual curiosity curiosity does not want to know about policy refuses know about policy i've got to just say one as a side note willie booted we say or demographic was going to be when we started morning joe hit and we say we wanted to watch the show with big on the peninsula is what you always that beyond that women so we wanted to be i said if we're big on the peninsula if north korean leaders watches then we'll be good and peoria and ten years later while law those a little bizarre was it you know the thing the thing with donald trump is that he's play the insult game to great effect to become president added states the problem now is megan suggest is that we're not talking about marco rubio size or jeb bush is energy we're talking about a leader who very much enjoys in in kim jongun being elevated to the top of the world stage by donald trump with his insoles it also confirmed everything they've been told in schools for generations as they grew up that south korea in america are conspiring be ready for military action at any moment that they are being validated because president trump says these things we've been telling you all along kyle ready.

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"willie donald" Discussed on WVAZ V103 102.7 FM

WVAZ V103 102.7 FM

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"willie donald" Discussed on WVAZ V103 102.7 FM

"What she wrong for this willie people portland ore popular target in a slow mail he got pneumonia dodgers shoulder find you know he died should guy fight it all you know i noticed when pneumonia nolan ideas you you noted down click to be president he can say one area hall of more or she gonna do or talk about what the border read murderer she of five million a run and you guys shot the award did you know you'll do you want to be a good shot dubi president new marlins humbled back and you can get a little you know to the children he doesn't on to say that much you have relied return records are yeah guard pneumonia it was the got in monaco the one that willie women winded maclin when it it kind of was a willing and we go no john that you're going to award i think he willie donald trump you now he went to detroit not to la and bouts of bigs many wrong with a african american community which gets a bet that with larry bird turner average community don't you ever down bob can american community don't even know warm in the community judge richards what is it what what made me as a whole say it your average in america ball for you he'll stop plus from didn't shot both are unique in honor longer shot known mold related mouthed both he didn't up he's an injured he's not where goal comment.

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