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November 8th, 2018 • 3h 3m

1084: Complex Instrument

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it's the young Kim Adam Curry Jhansi
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divorce a summation episode 1084 this is
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no agenda morning everybody
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I'm Adam Couric and from northern
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Silicon Valley where are we worried
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about Ruth Bader Ginsberg I'm Josie
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Devorah what are the chances on the day
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her documentary movie comes out that she
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breaks her hip she's really going all in
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on the promotion it's true though it's
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it's a cool I said it's a coincidence
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did I not I would be more likely to
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think that the producers to get some
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publicity pushed her I didn't say it hey
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oh I'm so sorry
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ah there's only three ribs guys were
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good there's only three ribs guys were
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the product is still viable is that
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that's in theaters I think isn't it what
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her operation your uh no operation her
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documentary I don't know I don't even
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know as it was now that's what I'm
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saying as it was now that's what I'm
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your Ginsburg you're right you nailed it
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let me see let me see it's what does it
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called again and it's just called
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notorious I think but actually it looks
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really they may have taken the title
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from the old Douglas which wasn't Kurt
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Douglas his kids what's his name Douglas
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kid Mike Michael Douglas Michael Douglas
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took the title from that hmm falling
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down falling down falling that the title
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of Ruth Bader Ginsberg's new documentary
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falling down help my father and I can't
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get supper cure something you forget
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where this very good movie by the way
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falling down if you haven't seen all
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that's a great movie goes nuts yeah
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you're really afraid I thought it
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fizzled out it really fizzled but I've
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always liked that if I that's one of the
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few movies I would gladly watch again I
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found it so entertaining yeah guys just
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loses his crap in traffic and just just
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goes and starts killing everybody
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everybody can yes which turns out to be
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a lot of bad guys cuz he's lost as he
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got stuck in traffic in Los Angeles and
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so he was surrounded by oh yeah it was
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much worse evildoers yeah much worse
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much worse speak while speaking of not
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really films but I watched there are
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several episodes of the new house of
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cards which was just released on Netflix
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okay and I do have something to say
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about it
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so I watched the first season and I
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haven't watched one anything since
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yeah because I don't believe in this
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sort of being suckered into watching
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these things I think I watched first you
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know I think I watched the first and the
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second season and I never saw three or
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four but I'm a fan of Robin Wright and I
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wanted to see what you know what the
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virtue signaling would be as she is the
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female president of the university
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virtue signal well what's interesting is
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that yeah there's lots of it you know
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she fires the whole cabinet hires a new
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cabinet all women this tons of virtue
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shaky links but at the same time they
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were very honest I feel and because now
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there's a lot of main characters or
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women and they are vicious conniving and
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plotting and threatening each other like
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no men do it's very interesting in that
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regard just really really evil female
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stuff you know they go after your kids
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you know guys you know will kill you no
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he is like uh your kid right why don't
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we just let it would know about it's a
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rest record you know this is the whole
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nasty stuff but the worst part every
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single I have almost except for I'm on
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poor almost every single CNN talking
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head douche appears in this as
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themselves on CNN I think I think that
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should be foreboding well it I think
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it's an ethical is an ethical issue
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absolutely it's not it's not just like
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okay you're doing it just as well as you
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do it when it's about quote-unquote real
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news it's kind of scary how will you do
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that fakery comes natural to them for
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some reason I just thought that was very
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obvious and and yeah unethical off to a
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good start here and kind of we'll get to
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the election stuff I'm sure you've got
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some clips I have an anecdote oh I mean
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I'm all ears
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this has been a weird week well what we
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we could start with the talking about
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Texas I'm gonna get you right into that
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so it's been a weird week I've been here
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alone she was out in Chicago her sister
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Angie passed away yesterday so kaya and
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it's it's horrible and so I'm sitting
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here and you know it's it's just it's
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very strange you know and cuz I have no
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friends here pretty much except for a
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couple and so you know like I call up
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the couple and once I had you know
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dinner with sir Jean
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and then you know the form of New York
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bankers like okay that's about all I can
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do and so he says I and we just said a
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Tuesday you know six o'clock at some
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place over on the east side and you know
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we usually just have a meal drink or two
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and just catch up and we get in there we
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meet in front of the place six o'clock
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and it's pretty empty that's one of
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these places that is like a Starbucks in
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a way although it has a house he feel
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with more than Starbucks but you have a
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bar an open kitchen on one side of this
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you know of the place and you get a
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number and then they bring you whatever
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bar food and your drinks and some
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sitting and all of a sudden the place
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starts filling up and he's looking at me
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and he's starting to laugh we were in
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the middle of Austin's Beto party the
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screen with the big screen went on free
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t-shirts no hoodies John I did look for
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you free Beto t-shirts and it it starts
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to get packed and this is ground central
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there may have been one other this is
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this is a topper store this was yeah
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this was the one and I'd say it was
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probably who who'd you go with and to
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form on your banker he tricked me jokey
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there's a joke yes he tricked me like
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wait a minute because I thought you
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would enjoy watching the election
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returns on the big screen here with all
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of the Beto fans like oh this is great
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I've put my shirt on and now let me give
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you a bit about the makeup of the of the
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room I would say there it was 99.7%
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white the think there were three black
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dudes maybe one black girl I saw and and
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not even brown it was just white white
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white all wearing black betted shirts
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and I would say was mmm
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40% 40% women
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sixty percent dudes and these dudes were
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active as in they were hitting on every
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single woman in the place it was just it
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got to the point where just like how it
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and there was a line of guys outside and
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like that there was a pickup party yeah
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it seemed like it but it was the party
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that's funny because one of our
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producers wrote us and said that he's
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been following the beto thing and he
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found that most of the hardcore
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supporters were all all cat ladies no
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there was no cat leis this was all young
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very young a lot of some of them looking
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very stressed but really what was
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interesting very early on you know
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started often with 1% of the precincts
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reporting in Texas beto was 51% versus
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Cruz 48 and that got it worked up and
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and whenever that happened y'all you
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know me at a certain point because I
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could see the screen you know in the
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distance it's at the other side of this
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of this restaurant bar people start
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cheering I'm like wow and it shows that
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there's more women winning in some
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districts I'm like wow and the banker
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looks at me says okay just calm down a
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little bit now you're drawing attention
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making a mockery well I was getting into
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it I had Beto fever
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Beto Beto Beto fever baby I was I was
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all over Beto fever but what was so this
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didn't last very long as he was kind of
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going boom boom boom boom it was the
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kind of neck I neck better was still a
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head every time they did an update or a
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local ABC news update people get all
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crouched 51 still 51 48 and a half and
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then you know there was a lot of
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cheering I think no I know that they
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were more interested in the house that
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the Democrats take the house because
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very early
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boom Beto lost you know and they called
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it and I mean it was it was within like
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half an hour I think or maybe an hour of
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of the results coming in and they call
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this for crews real quick now that you
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mention this I think that these networks
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or somebody should have a separate feed
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for these parties
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well they don't need to be putting add
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wet blanket on all these campaign
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parties that are taking place for both
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sides by telling you what happened
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I think they should let us stretch it
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out all the way so people can get at
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least pick up the date for the night
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yes how did there go on yes yes it was
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very disruptive and what we were both
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paying attention you know cuz I might
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have but if she see anything weird for
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the show let me know besides everything
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and so he lost and then people like oh
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oh because the Democrats were up and
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then and that was it there was no more
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there was no crying there was no hugging
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I'm so sorry
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nuns nothing people just kept on hitting
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on each other drinking and then you know
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waiting for the Democrats to take with
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the house that's all they weren't
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interested in bado
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and it was the Beto party it was very
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odd that's just that's not right it was
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just it felt very disingenuous yes
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sounds like it was just a hey let's go
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to the Beto party maybe I can pick
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somebody up that may get some nice you
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know co-ed from UT we've got lucky and
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we left at 9:30 there were still a line
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out the door of dudes trying to get in
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and I'm sure it was a good place to be
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Boston yeah yeah well let's play the bed
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or clipped okay after you Texas going
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Democrat this was a big CBS report and I
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do have some comments about the media
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and this because I got a we got a nasty
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note from somebody which I number mr.
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Reid I'm gonna read it anyway I found
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that the media coverage for this entire
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election was so slanted it was I think
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it was beyond the pale normally they try
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to fake it a little bit but and the
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worst case scenario actually comes from
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PBS case scenario actually comes from
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don't be s had had the absolute war I
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would ever give me the Judea there goes
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a zephyr
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ah when stopped everything it was what
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is the time let's go with the CBS report
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this is a the overall report on Texas
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going Democrats among me more than two
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dozen House seats gained by the
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Democrats in the midterm elections to
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are in Texas districts to but were
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traditionally right res Omar Villafranca
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has more on this in suburban Houston
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Democrat Lizzy Fletcher's thanks to
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supporters all of you are here because
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you believe in this campaign after
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defeating nine term Republican
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Congressman John Culberson Republicans
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have controlled Texas's seventh district
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since the late 60s when a young
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politician named George HW Bush won the
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seat Fletcher's campaign was one of
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several that was part of the suburban
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revulsion that helped Democrats take
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back control of the House Democrats
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lived at least 29 House seats from
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Oklahoma to Virginia one key according
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to a CBS News exit poll suburban women
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voters swung dramatically in this
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election 53% of women voted for
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Democratic candidates compared to only
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47 percent in 2014 Rice University
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political science professor Mark Jones
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Fletcher took advantage of the distaste
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among many of these Republican voters
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for Donald Trump
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Jones says another factor was Bethel
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O'Rourke's appealed and his ability to
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bring out new voters federal work alone
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helps explain why we saw 12 Texas House
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representatives seats flip from
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Republican to democratic to state Senate
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seats flip and two congressional seats
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flip Lizzie appeal to me and any even to
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my Republican husband because of what
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she stood for Republicans still control
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Texas on the state and federal level but
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Jones says better or Rourke's campaign
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could provide a blueprint for Democrats
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to gain power in the Lone Star State and
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I'm really surprised that Ted Cruz did
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almost no campaigning in Texas you know
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nothing it's it's it's surprising it's
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almost like he knows that I'll just call
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Mitt Romney you know he's got the Baines
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investment in Diebold in the machines
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you know the voting machines have him
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flip it and that's how Cavalier he was
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about it yet again do you know that for
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a fact in places like Dallas
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let me were they maybe was promoting
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himself in Dallas or places well they
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have that they had the big one in
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Houston with the with Trump no I'm just
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saying where Ted was putting his money
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he did have some money i me didn't have
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as much as a rumor saying he didn't have
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the visibility at all towards the voters
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that they had well yeah but again it's
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the media places the lawyers and of
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course before just I wanted to play one
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quickie that I saw air before it was on
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Election Day itself before the polls
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open Michael Bloomberg did an ad yeah
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but just listen to what he says here
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hello I speak to you today on the eve of
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the midterm elections not as a Democrat
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or a Republican I've been both but as an
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American who is deeply concerned with
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the direction of our nation like you
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I've watched the recent bombings and
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mass shootings with growing alarm the
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recent bombings and mass shootings
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that none of them went off that's that's
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that's pretty egregious I felt when I
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heard they actually they take they can't
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even identify goo that he put in those
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bombs apparently none of this explosive
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but they won't talk about it they can't
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commit the dev know so he said mommy's
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again yeah yeah it's it's I just that I
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found I found to be nasty like you I've
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watched the recent bombings and mass
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shootings with growing alarm yeah what
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what bombings were you watching just
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tell me what channel that's on Bloomberg
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this I don't understand how that even
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gets on the air that way doesn't someone
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have to say my guess not did they dude
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you can keep stuff like that off the air
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if you wanted to yeah with that why why
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would they shun the money
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well shutting the money and it's
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trending the mess not good
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yes the mess not good
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okay well anyway the bado thinks seems
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to be was a big deal but I noticed that
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the way they were doing these reports
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there's a couple of things that really
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bugged me I'm not gonna start off with
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the stuff that bugged me the most all
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right stuff that bugged me the most all
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and the person that was the biggest I
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think PBS the whole group is just
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disgusting I'm talk about the NewsHour
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yeah and let me play
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I got let's see I got one two three four
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four clips I think I can I can play that
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will make sense let's start with
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let's put start with a couple Judy clips
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so I can just give her a little grief
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Judy here's Judy playing random Schumer
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clip for what reason I never could
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figure out prompt and his party now have
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good reason for worry look last night
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was a really good night for Democrats
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and what happened last night doesn't
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bode well for President Trump and
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Republicans in 2020 and Beyond was the
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clip she plays what is the point of this
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Schumer didn't say much else you can't
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always play I think the Democrats are
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very disappointing both sides are
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disappointed but the way they played it
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was very joyous for the Democrats just
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away PBS it would play I think everyone
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was playing a joyous that way I
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personally am very joyous I love it I
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think it's much better than let's let's
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put some let's put some conflict in here
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this is good let's play Judy says no new
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regulations this is a very interesting
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clip and you if you can identify why
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they were watching the election results
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everywhere Wall Street rallied on the
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news from the election analysts said it
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that divided government will likely mean
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no new taxes or government regulations
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and no repeal of the Affordable Care Act
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the Dow Jones Industrial Average today
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gained 545 points well of course I had a
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I had a heads up because I subscribe to
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the no agenda newsletter so I know and I
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love the simple the simplicity of the
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analysis I'm that when they say well the
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Affordable Care Act no worries about
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that that won't be repealed let me guess
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was the Dow Jones up because of pharma
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stocks both yeah any health care yeah
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just went the sky right but what really
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got me about that clip I'm just kind of
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maybe a misdirection is this comment
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because anyone who studies government at
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the modern way we do business
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regulations do not come from Congress
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they come from the agencies yes the laws
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come from Congress and the agencies make
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up all the shit in between all the
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regulations come from the agencies so
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that the idea that there'll be no new
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regulations is incredibly it's
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it's wrongheaded I mean it's not true
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you can have any agency could start
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cranking out regulations cuz they were
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given the go-ahead by Congress years ago
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to do that right Congress gave up their
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rights and so far as making regulations
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and laws for that matter to these
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agencies that can have all these extra
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powers having worked for one eye very
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well you were aware of your previous
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superpowers so so then we go on with
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Lisa des jahres dan who was a just a
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hardcore Democrat she's going on talking
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and she's not only saying how great
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everything went but even the losers or
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winners as far as she's concerned of
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course she does nothing to do nothing
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about the other side to such an extreme
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that I do have a point to make about
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this after these clips but let's start
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with Lisa Desjardins extolling the
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losers or or can defeat words that spoke
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of larger movements this team of which
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we are all members in some way it's
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gonna stay together and is gonna
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continue to aspire to do great things
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now was also a theme for Tallahassee
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mayor Andrew Gilliam another progressive
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who fell just short in his bid to flip
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the Florida governor's mansion to the
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Democrats I believe that we have to take
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a third have a table in the state that
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is long enough that is wide enough that
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is deep enough to fit all of us I still
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believe that we gotta have that table
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but y'all we just don't have to lose a
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little bit more work in order to build
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that table but Gillan was more of an
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exception on a night where Democrats
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took over several Republican governors
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mentions defeating wisconsin Governor
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Scott Walker winning in Kansas and in
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Michigan the prosecutor Gretchen Whitmer
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is the governor-elect talk about the
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women so now she's gonna go this is Lisa
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talking about the win all these women
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he's one of a kind has never happened
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before this woman that woman that woman
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this woman and I want you to pay careful
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attention to this clip democratic women
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stacked up a large number of first take
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statements in Kansas who is openly gay
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she and another winner last night will
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be the first Native American women in
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Congress the core of this campaign has
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been about trying to figure out ways to
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make sure that as many voices and
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experiences as possible that we have in
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this community are being heard by our
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elected representatives Ayanna Presley
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and Johanna Hayes will each be the first
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black women in Congress from their New
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England states and Democrats Rasheeda
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Talib and Ilhan Omar will be the first
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two Muslim women to serve in Congress
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for each party some wins for the PBS
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Newshour no but she also she left off
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AOC I'm very surprised
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AOC has been been sidelined I think if
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you haven't noticed yes I have but if
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you're doing my in the part if somebody
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said hey let's stop talking about her if
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you put a mic in front of her she makes
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herself out to being a moron huh so
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that's like so they cut her out but they
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go on and on about this but the one that
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got me was the first black woman in her
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state never mentioning once the first
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unfortunately because it's a Republican
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the first Korean woman in the United
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States ever to be elected to the House
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of Representatives it wasn't mentioned
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on CBS it was a mess on NBC it wasn't
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mentioned and now I like that but it you
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took over at roses position was ahead of
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I think their arms forces old slot in
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and if you only took his spot and and
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she did in California which was kind of
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news in itself some Republican would win
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but no this Korean woman was completely
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blanked out hmm I said I'm gonna find a
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clip there were somebody mentions
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unfindable I know it was findable on
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Korean TV arches and this is a the clip
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is at the bottom is young Kim her name
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is young it would like Yong Yong Kim and
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this is the clip history we're in the
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2018 US midterm elections as young Kim
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was elected to the US House of
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Representatives becoming the first
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Korean American woman to win a coveted
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spot in the US Congress
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Eastern je has this report a historic
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day at the 2018 US midterm elections as
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California's 39th congressional district
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election s saw Republican Yong Kim the
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Democrat Gilson arrows garnering fifty
24:11
one point three percent of the votes
24:13
Kim becomes the first Korean American
24:16
women to be elected into Congress and
24:18
the first Korean American in 20 years to
24:21
be elected it was an emotional victory
24:23
for the self-made woman who won the
24:26
tight race millions of the
24:30
came out this is one election that we
24:34
can prove that we cannot by ourselves
24:40
ed Royce the chairman of the House
24:42
Foreign Affairs Committee announced his
24:45
retirement from California's 39th
24:46
district seat in January Raijin had
24:49
endorsed Kim and since standing I want
24:52
to share with you that over that span of
24:55
time in my opinion for the people that
24:58
I've met in public service
25:00
no has ever worked as hard as young kid
25:04
well you know you don't think this is
25:08
significant yeah of course it is but and
25:11
are you surprised yeah I guess it Fritz
25:15
for PBS I am a little surprised actually
25:17
the PBS is lost
25:20
or maybe maybe just one well the
25:22
NewsHour is its own team it's not all of
25:25
PBS but the NewsHour sounds very lost
25:27
yeah yeah I mean here's a woman it's a
25:30
woman that maybe was with the two themes
25:32
were all the Blue Wave which crapped out
25:34
you know the funny thing is about these
25:36
news the way these handle these this
25:38
whole election it I used to write for a
25:41
bunch of different financial
25:43
publications and and the first thing
25:46
you'd learn if you're gonna do a stock
25:47
market analysis is if the market goes up
25:49
you find some event to blame it on and
25:52
the funny thing is you can say all the
25:55
stock market went down as a reaction to
25:57
the Fed raising rates right that's easy
25:59
but if the stock market goes up you look
26:02
for something and so you can say well
26:04
the stock market went up as a reaction a
26:07
counter reaction to the Fed raising
26:09
rates yes so you take the same element
26:12
and you can play it two different ways
26:14
the news media could play this election
26:17
as the Democrats could should it would
26:19
promised us that we're gonna do a lot
26:21
better and they didn't and you could
26:22
play the whole thing that way
26:24
oh and this guy lost and that that guy
26:26
in Florida Gilliam lost instead of going
26:29
on what a great guy isn't playing a
26:31
piece of as' of his species is
26:33
concession to way that leases are dance
26:36
did she played it up albedo lost but
26:39
Beto's the future yeah you could have
26:42
said beta was obviously not the future
26:44
he spent too much money and he's a loser
26:47
loser just losers capital L go home bid
26:50
old you can play it any way you want but
26:53
they play obviously played it this way
26:55
but it becomes so apparent when you
26:58
leave out young Kim yes and they left
27:02
her out they just kicked her to the curb
27:04
a woman yes the no attorney shows now
27:08
proudly stands behind young Kim we're
27:11
all behind you you're behind young
27:13
Haysom she's ethnic yes she's a woman
27:16
she's a woman she gave they'll be
27:19
perfect it would be but she's not just
27:21
okay wait mixed mixed marriage mixed
27:25
racial marriage white guy I don't that I
27:28
don't know but where is even a single
27:31
mention of her
27:33
CBS NBC ABC and specifically which is
27:37
what I'm really complaining about his
27:38
PBS which is supposed to be the best of
27:41
the group and it's not and I'm thinking
27:43
I don't even know if the president
27:45
congratulated her I don't I think he was
27:49
he's surrounded by people that aren't
27:51
working with him hmm
27:54
Robbie doesn't know either he would have
27:57
actually if he knew he would have made a
27:58
bigger fuss
27:59
I think so too yeah cuz he talked about
28:01
well he did he did something first of
28:04
all I loved that whole press conference
28:06
and like what a it was like it was
28:09
almost like the day after Christmas Bo
28:11
and you find something under the tree oh
28:13
here's a package that haven't opened yet
28:15
that press conference was it to me I've
28:17
really really enjoyed it from beginning
28:20
to end it was it was riveting I have it
28:24
was a new Trump it was it was a
28:26
different Trump he was being really calm
28:29
he was very you know he's like collected
28:35
he was talking with the press for a long
28:37
time and you know B we got all that he
28:40
like let all kinds of other people speak
28:42
like him from bloggers I think from
28:44
Brooklyn and he got you know some lots
28:47
of little fireworks going there but yeah
28:49
I thought it was perfect and and he was
28:52
saying well here's these people who do
28:54
you know basically the never Trump errs
28:56
in the Republican Party he said well he
28:58
didn't want me to help you out so there
28:59
you go loser people they're losers that
29:04
was that was pretty funny I still think
29:06
that the highlight of that was the Jim
29:08
Acosta the highlight of that was the Jim
29:09
well what I'd like to do is I it's the
29:12
full dust-up is only two minutes and 37
29:15
seconds I have one that's 314 that I
29:17
think is actually as full okay well you
29:21
probably I cut out the the last minute
29:23
but we can use that one because it's
29:28
goes into the Peter Alexander question
29:31
Peter Alexander kind of attacks the
29:32
president right right I got that too
29:35
and what else is after that I don't know
29:37
why yours is longer that's kind of weird
29:39
and where is it you've got to tap or no
29:42
we've got an entire it's under the word
29:45
entire makes nothing but sense
29:47
alright let's play it now I'll give you
29:49
my my view right off the bat is this is
29:55
you know this is I think it's meant to
29:58
be Trump calls on him he knows
29:59
something's gonna happen he needed he
30:01
wanted it he wanted to put a cost in his
30:05
place a cost the just willing just
30:07
perfect you know jumps in and the reason
30:10
why Trump was right in every regard is
30:14
he's not even asking a question when he
30:16
starts off so I want to challenge you
30:18
they said when you say to someone
30:20
opening a question I want to challenge
30:22
you on something and you know what I
30:24
knew immediately uh this is not gonna go
30:26
well and then all the other stuff that
30:28
happened it's perfect it's it's he
30:30
Acosta did a great job that's what he
30:32
does see in it I was watching CNN to see
30:34
the outrage I'm sure they got a nice
30:37
spike in the ratings but of course he
30:39
was incredibly rude and the president
30:41
called them out on it after having some
30:42
patience and it was just again it was
30:45
the the lost present under the Christmas
30:47
tree the day after Christmas hundreds
30:49
and hundreds of miles away that that's
30:51
not an evasion honestly I think you
30:53
should let what that's where you start
30:55
you just started yours I'm gonna start
30:58
my deep no it's much more important to
31:01
start here I think this president
31:02
challenged you on on one of those he
31:05
starts off I want to challenge you that
31:07
was that's that's why Trump was like
31:09
okay famous that you made in the tail
31:10
end of the campaign in the terms there
31:13
we go that well if you know modest
31:16
president that this Caravan was an
31:18
invasion as you know to be as numerous
31:21
presidents Caravan was not an invasion
31:22
it's a it's a group of migrants moving
31:25
up from Central America towards the
31:27
border with the US
31:28
thank you for tan
31:30
I love that thank you very much for
31:34
explaining that to me press conferences
31:40
where you're you're not this is not
31:43
asking questions this is making
31:44
accusations yes that's why I'm surprised
31:47
that well I thought that the trunk that
31:50
this was a fake deal and that the cost
31:51
uh I have to give you my early thoughts
31:54
that Acosta should be kicked out of
31:57
there I mean you can revoke his
31:59
credentials him not allow him in the
32:01
building and I because they've never
32:07
done that I always assumed that this was
32:08
all part of a grand scheme because it
32:10
was very as good theater and then later
32:13
a Kostas credentials were pulled which
32:17
he found out later well in the end the
32:19
reason for that as they say that he laid
32:21
hands on the internet for sure of
32:23
whatever something right right now when
32:31
you have an audience I don't care if
32:33
it's a seminar or if it's a press
32:35
conference or whatever it is you do not
32:38
let the audience ever even if it's
32:41
reporters hold the mic this is a bad
32:44
idea never should you and they always
32:47
want to grab the mic don't let them grab
32:49
the mic I've been to plenty of things
32:51
where a mic is pastor I know I think
32:54
it's a mistake I think it's always a
32:55
mistake a lot of the smart money has a
32:57
mic and understand
32:59
yeah exactly have it understand yes that
33:01
would be funnier with these guys and be
33:04
able to turn it off when someone's just
33:05
annoying anyway don't have that
33:07
capability but yes they do they just
33:09
don't do it a group of migrants well let
33:11
me finish my thought gee
33:13
so because you never want to go through
33:17
the progression here so I figured that
33:19
he was not gonna get his credentials
33:22
pulled because it was theater and then
33:24
they got him pulled and then you say was
33:26
because he touched the touch the woman
33:28
and yes that was excuse that they use
33:31
the ethnics they use that as an excuse
33:33
as an excuse but
33:35
I didn't think much of it I said if it's
33:38
just technically yeah he did and some
33:40
people said he didn't he didn't he
33:41
didn't including the CNN woman it says
33:43
he didn't touch her what he did is
33:45
pretty clear it wasn't you know he just
33:47
pushed you know he pushed her her arm
33:49
down to because she was grabbing for the
33:50
mic she's making it lunge for the mic
33:52
actually and so they found that's the
33:55
reason her skin and I said well they I
33:57
guess my Theory's gone what was your oh
34:00
that oh that it was there was just a
34:02
setup yeah sure theory was that it was
34:06
always gonna be but then they told his
34:07
credentials I said what was that all
34:09
about I said what was that all
34:09
well then I said I saw I figured I was
34:12
wrong but then I realized because I have
34:15
another clip which was on CNN where a
34:18
cost that comes on and gives his side of
34:21
the store and he's talking to Jake
34:22
Tapper they're all gassed and this was
34:25
and this clip I realized was before he
34:27
pulled before they pulled his credential
34:30
oh this is yes here's all giddy and he's
34:33
still playing the game but what happened
34:36
I believe in the reason this credential
34:38
was pulled was CNN had written a terse
34:42
memo to the president you know you're
34:47
full of crap and he went on and on about
34:49
it and I think that's the reason it is
34:51
okay really fine credentials pulled our
34:54
game is over
34:55
yeah all right that sounds about right
34:58
that sounds more like the real reason
35:00
yeah sounds more like the real reason
35:01
because because Tapper it wasn't pulled
35:03
remember they could have pulled a run
35:04
this kicked him out they brought
35:05
security in your touch the woman and
35:08
thrown him out but ultimately but
35:10
ultimately I mean it was great and what
35:14
is always so sad is that the media only
35:16
plays the little bits and little clips
35:18
and they don't go through the
35:19
progression of what happened I mean he
35:21
doesn't ask a question he says I want to
35:22
challenge you and then he you know
35:24
there's two or three questions answered
35:26
everybody kind of got one and maybe one
35:28
follow-up and then the president says in
35:30
the White House okay enough can you stop
35:32
and then he just kept going that's just
35:34
an end of story to me I don't care who
35:35
the president is the other thing by the
35:38
way Obama should have done the same
35:39
thing instead he went no no no no no no
35:43
that's what he would do he should have
35:44
done the same thing like I'm telling you
35:45
to shut up in the White House actually
35:47
he did say
35:49
some people in the press corps here in
35:52
my house are happy that this happened
35:55
because apparently accost is a mic hog
35:58
obviously and when he was on them honest
36:01
to what where I do have this good for
36:03
later they'd tapper Acosta clip
36:06
he starts easy I didn't realize it when
36:09
I started watching him he is one of
36:10
those guys who apparently used to do a
36:12
lot of what they call stand-up yeah and
36:14
that is the guy in the field where you
36:17
throw it to him and he can talk as long
36:19
as you want him to yeah do you need 10
36:22
minutes no problem you need 5 minutes
36:25
you want one minute doesn't make any
36:27
difference this guy can keep talking
36:28
anymore and he can do it exactly 1
36:30
minute 5 minute 10 minutes whatever you
36:32
want that's what that's and he can go
36:34
forever and his tendency is to go
36:37
forever and he does it on the other show
36:38
yeah and so he people don't the other
36:42
people want to ask questions too yeah
36:44
now of course it was rude I'm sure
36:46
everyone's a little tired of it it was
36:47
actually it was a good press conference
36:49
it was he was and my I pulled some stuff
36:52
out of value which I'll play later but
36:54
let's you want to play those acosta
36:56
clips you want to go back to the to the
36:57
challenge no I want to go back to the
37:00
press conference I'll pay that cost
37:01
eclipse later well I know that this
37:05
caravan was an invasion as you know I
37:07
consider to be as numerous presidents
37:09
caravan was not an invasion it's a it's
37:11
a group of migrants moving up from
37:14
Central America towards the border with
37:15
the u.s. thank you for 10 why did you
37:19
why did you characterize it as such
37:21
as I consider an invasion you and I have
37:24
a difference of opinion do you think I
37:26
like that now he was doing a lot of this
37:28
yeah we just have a difference of
37:29
opinion I think that you demonized
37:30
immigrants not as electron now to try
37:33
want them I want them to come into the
37:35
country but they have to come in Legally
37:36
you know they have to come and Jim
37:37
through a process I want it to be a
37:39
process and I'm so tired of the m5m
37:43
playing this line that you know they
37:47
just want a better life and yeah but
37:50
they always leave out the legal versus
37:52
illegal part and I don't know if it was
37:56
or they seen this clip actually where
37:57
Trump says that we need these people and
37:59
I want people to come in and we need the
38:01
people you're playing at your camp wait
38:03
you know why we need the paper because
38:05
we have hundreds of companies moving in
38:07
we need the
38:08
your campaign had an ad showing see no
38:11
one no one plays that part of the clip
38:12
where he's saying we need the people we
38:14
need them to come in but we need them to
38:16
come in Legally no one plays that
38:17
migrants climbing over walls it stop
38:21
stop you the same that you asked me a
38:24
minute ago this surprises you alright
38:29
man ago this surprises you alright
38:29
they weren't act they're not gonna be
38:31
doing they weren't actors well no it's
38:33
true they weren't actors well no it's
38:33
do you think they were actors I they
38:35
want a kiss they didn't come from
38:36
Hollywood these were these were people
38:38
this was an actual you know it happened
38:41
a few days ago and there are hundreds of
38:44
miles away though they're hundreds and
38:46
hundreds of mile away that that's not
38:47
innovation honestly I think you should
38:49
let me run the country you run CNN and
38:52
if you did it well your ratings let me
38:54
ask you are you worried this is where I
39:03
don't care who it is even it was that
39:05
old bag who's now dead remember her oh
39:08
yeah what was her name in the front
39:10
cousin Thomas said Obama kicked out
39:12
laughter the one who can office you
39:14
remember Obama yes I know I'm saying I
39:17
heard you the first three times just
39:19
sounds like I was dead Mike no do you
39:23
remember when Obama kicked her out in
39:25
like the first presidency yeah shameful
39:29
yeah and then and then they BT Esther
39:31
because she said Israel is doing
39:36
horrible things and all right and then
39:38
uh bad Jew yeah course maybe she was she
39:42
was she is Armenian Armenian maybe yeah
39:46
that said no pardon me ma'am I'm Miss
39:48
Lee that's enough this president ID one
39:50
of these I may ask on on the Russia
39:53
investigation are you a dick I mean he
39:54
literally said that's enough this stop
39:56
concerned that that you may have not
39:59
concerned about anything with you
40:01
investigation because it's a hoax are
40:03
you that's enough put down the mic mr.
40:05
president are you worried about
40:06
indictments coming down in this event
40:07
now that even the journalists are going
40:09
dude shut up
40:12
mr. president I'll tell what CNN should
40:16
be ashamed of itself having you working
40:18
for them you are a rude terrible person
40:21
you shouldn't be working for CNN I think
40:26
that's a very rude person the way you
40:28
treat Sarah Huckabee is horrible and the
40:30
way you treat other people are horrible
40:32
you shouldn't treat people that way in
40:35
engines defense I've traveled with him
40:37
and watched him he's a diligent reporter
40:39
who bustles I'm not a big fan of yours
40:40
either bustles I'm not a big fan of yours
40:42
if I can you repeatedly flirt you are
40:45
the best
40:46
mr. president you repeatedly over the
40:48
course of just sit down please
40:50
well when you when you report fake news
40:53
No when you report fake news which CNN
40:56
does a lot you are the enemy of the
40:58
people go ahead he couldn't explain it
41:00
more often was there more on your clip
41:02
that you wanted to get into was that it
41:03
now there was a couple of things because
41:06
Peter Alexander continued in kind of a
41:08
funny way that was again more accusatory
41:11
but it was light compared to Kostas but
41:14
I would rather would like to play the
41:15
rest of that out of elections last night
41:17
we want to hold them very close because
41:21
I got you my gosh CNN should be ashamed
41:24
of it's right there haven't you working
41:26
for them you are a rude terrible person
41:29
you shouldn't be working for CNN
41:33
I think that's not you're a very rude
41:35
person the way you treat Sarah Huckabee
41:37
is horrible and the way you treat other
41:39
people are horrible oh we should forgot
41:41
to mention during the beto party when
41:45
Sarah Huckabee saccas with the the
41:48
screen had ABC on who had an airplane
41:51
hangar with 18 people at four desks it
41:55
was the most ridiculous roundabout thing
41:58
I've ever seen
41:58
Sarah Huckabee Sanders came on the whole
42:01
place started booing her it was bizarre
42:03
Wow yeah ooh boo why are they booing a
42:08
woman no I don't know I'm just I'm just
42:11
reporting you treat people that way good
42:15
engines defense I've traveled with him
42:17
and watch them he's a diligent reporter
42:18
who bustles I'm not a big fan of yours
42:20
either so I to be honest so let me ask
42:22
this question if I can you repeatedly
42:24
fart you are the best
42:25
mr. peasant you repeatedly over the
42:27
course of the gist sit down please
42:31
acosta kept standing up again without
42:33
the mic just yelling stuff when you
42:36
report fake news no when you report fake
42:39
news which CNN does a lot you are the
42:41
enemy of the people go ahead mr.
42:43
president over the course over the
42:45
course of the last several days of the
42:46
campaign sir sir at the end of the
42:48
campaign you repeatedly said that
42:49
Americans need to fear Democrats you
42:52
said Democrats would unleash a wave of
42:54
violent crime that endangers families
42:56
everywhere why are you crying why are
42:59
you pitting Americans against one
43:01
another sweeter what are you trying to
43:02
be him now just a very simple because
43:06
they're very weak on crime because they
43:09
have often suggested members and people
43:11
within the Democrat Party at a high
43:13
level have suggested getting rid of ice
43:15
getting rid of law enforcement that's
43:17
not gonna happen okay we want to be
43:20
strong on the borders we want to be
43:21
strong on law enforcement and I want to
43:24
I want to cherish ice because ice does a
43:26
fantastic job the the what they do for
43:29
us is so really it's so unrecognized how
43:33
good a job they do so we want to take
43:36
care of them and we want to hold them
43:38
very close because they do a good job
43:39
for the question to be clear that the
43:41
quite very much why are you sit down but
43:43
the question but you didn't answer my
43:44
question just very simply the choir
43:46
why are you pitting Americans against
43:49
one another sir I'm not that how you
43:50
view I'm citizen today what we want a
43:53
lot of elections last night we did very
43:56
well last night anyways I think it's
43:58
going to happen I think it's going to
43:59
have a very positive impact i watch the
44:03
NBC this morning they didn't report it
44:05
exhibits you know very very that's the
44:08
fact with NBC nothing I could do about
44:09
that with NBC nothing I could do about
44:10
but I want this country to have
44:13
protection we want security in our
44:16
country I want security Peter I mean you
44:19
may be don't think it's so important and
44:21
I think when you don't have it you are
44:23
indeed unleashing crime I feel that
44:25
instead you would sign an executive
44:26
order on birthright citizenship are you
44:28
still gonna sign the executive order on
44:29
board real answer you explain that
44:31
question a little bit later go ahead
44:33
okay well so he is his accused
44:37
accusation was why are you pitting
44:40
Americans against each other yeah what
44:43
is that these are these are not
44:45
intelligent questions well they're of
44:48
Derek they're not questions the kind of
44:50
accusation their statements are you
44:54
still beating your wife yes are you
44:57
still a wife beater yes are you still
45:02
beating her it's the whole thing
45:06
did you see the whore form I said I
45:07
didn't walk I saw by the about 30
45:09
minutes the whole thing is interesting
45:11
there's a lot of good stuff in there I
45:13
like the thing where it starts going
45:14
after the guys who were well let's play
45:18
be since we still have a cost of thing I
45:20
want to play this acosta clip but he
45:22
does have the I got some more fun press
45:25
conference so we've got a circle back
45:26
yeah no I wanted definitely because this
45:28
is gonna segue right into what you're
45:31
gonna do because the cost that talks
45:32
about this and then you can play that
45:34
clip because I hope you have it this is
45:36
tapri Kostas do I got here Tapper Acosta
45:40
CNN eight seconds let's listen the
45:42
president Trump did something that I've
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never seen an American president do
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which is go on a personal rant against
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me the questions you were attempting to
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ask rant rant I've never seen not a rant
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alright I guess you never get to
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which leads to your clip since you were
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attempting to ask well Jake went when
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they go low we keep doing our jobs I
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mean that's the way I look at it and you
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know I had a question to ask and if we
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played the tape a little bit before that
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exchange oh yeah an accusation you do
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she wasn't the question you would have
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seen the question that I was asking
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which was essentially about this lie
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that he told before the midterm
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elections that this caravan of migrants
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moving from Central America to the US
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border with Mexico was somehow an
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invasion when it's not there there's
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still hundreds of miles away and they
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pose nothing of a threat to the United
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States but the president used that
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language obviously as we've talked about
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so many times to galvanize his base he
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just didn't like it's like hearing that
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question if you don't stop him he'll
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just keep go didn't like being
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challenged on that point and he
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certainly doesn't like being called out
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for his falsehoods but of course Jake as
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you were just mentioning that's that's
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our job that's what we do over here
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that's what wolf did when he was over
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here as a White House correspondent as
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well and we just can't be intimidated by
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that sort of thing I was struck by what
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is that buttering up broth like that's
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what wolf also did when he was you know
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white in other words like you're the
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next broth what are you saying no he
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wants to get enough hits oh yeah exactly
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the fact that the president we thought
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was going to come in there and do this
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victory lap it sounded very much like a
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pity party the way he was talking about
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lawmakers that wouldn't stand by him on
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the GOP side in various house races he
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seems to be sort of unaware of the fact
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that his immigration rhetoric and his
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rhetoric on many levels was just turning
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off a lot of those suburban swing
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district voters that's why people like
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Mike Hoffman and Colorado we're staying
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away from him and he just doesn't
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understand that all right okay before
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you play your clip I got to say
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something but there's mike coffman thing
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I think it's Coffman or Hoffman this guy
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cuz I looked him up he was the sitting
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representative he was already in the
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house he was a Trump hater he's a trump
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never Trump or Republican US marine been
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in Colorado after representing Colorado
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for a long time he was
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would take none of trumps help Trump
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calling him out on it and he lost by a
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10 points juice to a newbie yeah who is
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a who had no political experience
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relatively speaking as an extra Army
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Ranger so he's like just was stunned by
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this but the way the way Acosta presents
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it is that well Trump was toxic and
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that's why this guy's told him to get
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lost but the guy told him to get lost
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and he lost I mean does that part of the
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equation do we want to bring that into
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the pictures it may be something we want
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to analyze a little bit know know why
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meanwhile of course the cost was feeling
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I could have played I think it was on
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for another 15 minutes
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well actually I'm his oats because this
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was before he got his well don't let me
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let me play the the oat sowing clip with
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the tapper and accost I think we need to
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note the President started out by doing
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a dance upon the graves of Republicans
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who did not show him enough fealty doing
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a dance on the grave Republicans who for
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their own purposes many of them in those
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suburban districts that turned turned
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away from President Trump where he was
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toxic this is the same toxic that's
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calling him toxic even though he
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literally called out all of those never
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Trump errs who didn't want him and who
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lost the this is skewed reporting
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obviously thinking that commercial was
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toxic his language was toxic people his
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but sweat is toxic it's a man's toxic
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he's just toxic orange man bad by
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congressman Carlos Cabello in Florida
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people like a congresswoman Barbara
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Comstock in Virginia people like
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congresswoman Mia love in Utah who by
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the way her race hasn't been called yet
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so his his saying that that she lost was
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is premature she may actually end up
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winning there did she went I don't know
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that she did race he he danced on their
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graves toxic Trump dances on
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film at 11:00 and he was flip about it
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he almost seemed to be happy about the
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fact that congressman meant this when a
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Republican from the suburbs of Denver
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lost yes I think he made that very clear
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because he didn't want the president's
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support I've never seen a president take
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delight and people above his own party
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losing and stop stopped except I watched
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this part he wasn't that delightful he
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was worked
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oh no I'll give that to you yes I was
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not very snide he was very earth he was
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a I think he felt insulted I'm the
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president you know no well you're
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probably right I probably have too much
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dementia be watching in me I'm like a he
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was kind of smug about it but maybe
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you're right he was a pissed maybe he
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was just like idiots as possible that's
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possible well he needs those people to
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be in the house and they were stupid and
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they lost everybody he's supported
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mostly one I think there's a few that
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didn't especially but all the Senators
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didn't they're happy that they got in
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Obama went out on the trail and they
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don't want to talk about this but
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everybody he was stumped for a loss
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here's that was actually the wrong clip
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here's a cost of a this clip does
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contain a cost that with Anderson Cooper
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I also want to read a statement that
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CNN's just released the statement reads
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the White House announced tonight that
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it has revoked the press pass of CNN
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chief White House correspondent Jim
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Acosta it was done in retaliation for
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his challenging questions at today's
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press conference in an explanation press
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secretary Sarah Sanders lodged she
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provided dillan accusations incited an
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incident that never happened this
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unprecedented decision is what retro X
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me decision is what retro X
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the incident did happen is minor you
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late like a minor it's very I think it's
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minor too but it had did happen yes it
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did happen well he didn't lay hands on
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her he swatted her arm down and she did
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look kind of surprised but she she
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lunged for the mic she had the she had
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the mic in her hand and he pushed her
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away and I think that both had a moment
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of like what just happened there but it
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did happen it wasn't it wasn't trying to
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chop a dish from out go dimension a
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completely he was karate chopping her
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arm right at the elbow point hoping yeah
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what a douche democracy and the country
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deserves better
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Jim Acosta has our full support anything
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else you know well I was you know I was
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just trying to ask a question of the
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president at this press conference and
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it was obviously a question they didn't
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like it was about his racist ad on the
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caravan that they were running before
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the midterms did you see that ad was it
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indeed racist why was it racist racist
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opposed he has all these illegal aliens
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running up some town or something ice
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racing this race we're going back and
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forth there and as you can see in this
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video there and as you can see in this
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this in turn came up to me they're
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describing her as an intern I don't
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really know who she is
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and attempted to take the microphone
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away from me all I could say at that
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point is that I was trying to hang on to
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the microphone so I could continue to
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ask the president questions it was
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really it was kind of sad because you
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know I've seen this clip now with his
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chops in slo-mo everything zoomed in and
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I was looking at the poor girl because
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it happens she has this moment of kind
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of shock she looks at Acosta turns to
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the president looks at him and then is
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this a moment you know it's just yes she
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has it befuddled look on her eyes and
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yes yes sir that we didn't see him
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because they don't show that but I think
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he gave her a cue to crouch down get out
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of the way cause we'll fly be hurt yeah
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it's like hey what was your they say the
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White House interns get abused but Jesus
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easy does it DC obviously I you know I
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didn't put my hands on her or touch her
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as they're alleging and it's just
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unfortunate that the White House is
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saying this
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even touch her yeah that's even better
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yeah that's okay GRU surprised a liar
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are you surprised
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are you surprised she knows over there
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and I think I handled myself
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professionally and I appreciate all the
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comments for my colleagues
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I do think Anderson that this is a test
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for all of us
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I do think they're trying to shut us
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down to some extent and they're trying
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to send a message to our colleagues yes
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is sending a message to everybody
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they'll shut you down they'll take your
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hard pass away okay I have a couple more
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clips that I just want to get in here
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and then I do have to talk about some
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conclusions Nancy Pelosi started her
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press conference just a little bit
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before the president and ascended his it
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was not at all as entertaining Oh
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actually this isn't even from the press
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conference this is when they won it's
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just a short clip and I think was just
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cute Medicaid the Affordable Care Act in
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the healthcare of 130 million Americans
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living with pre-existing medical
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conditions that's more for pre-existing
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medical condition
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I thought that was funny
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that was fun here let's here we need
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more people with pre-existing conditions
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Wow so after this whole Acosta thing
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there was a few more confrontations
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April Ryan stood up and asked something
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and he didn't recognize her we didn't
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say didn't give her the mic and he told
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her to shut up and sit down which is
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probably right on but they so at a
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certain point he's like okay this is
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kind of going along he's answering
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questions and should we keep this going
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this came up a couple of times people
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like even before they started their
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question saying mr. president this is
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great could you do this more often this
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is really fantastic and I think Trump
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they even talked about how he hadn't
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done pressed for a month and it wasn't
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didn't go well and then I had to do more
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press because you know that I have to
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keep our message going my message which
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gets distorted I mean he was making some
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sense he was not dropping as many full
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words and sentences as usual which was
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surprising and so he was you know after
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the Acosta thing he's kind of been a
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vibe and he calls on them on the
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reporter from PBS should we keep this
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going yes I think you should keep this
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when you get bored would you please tell
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me seriously tell me I don't want to
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hopefully not I don't want to overstay
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but please go ahead hi mr. president
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yummy shell Center with PBS Newshour on
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the campaign trail you called yourself a
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nationalist some people saw that as
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embolden white nationalist now people
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are also saying racist there are some
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people that say that now the Republican
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Party is seen as supporting white
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nationalist what do you make of that I
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don't believe I just well I don't know
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why do I have my highest phone numbers
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ever with African Americans why do I
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have among the highest poll numbers with
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African Americans I mean why do I have
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my highest poll numbers that's such a
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racist question honestly I mean I know
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you have it written down and you're
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gonna tell me let me tell you it's a
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racist question
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and mr. president you know what the word
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is I love our country
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I do you call you have nationalists you
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have globalists I also love the world
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and I don't want helping the world but
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we have to straighten out our country
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first we have a lot of problems and it
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excuse me
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but to say that what you said is so
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insulting to me it's a very terrible
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thing that you said now I don't know if
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the question was racist I don't think it
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was a racist question
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well here's the price it's a thorn and
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she would put it later on the PBS
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Newshour a thorn in his side his racism
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his racism no it's the it's the fact
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that the left has really made this word
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nationalism bow right into white
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nationalism by definition yes and so she
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is bringing this point up from a leftist
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perspective of PBS newshour
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and he just found it offensive well of
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course it's offensive but he called it
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racist which was not racist well because
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it brings in the white nationalists are
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by definition racist and so because it
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goes like this
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you said nationalism which means white
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nationalism by anybody's standards
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except maybe yours and a few other
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people that are living in the you know
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18th century when nationalism it was a
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very insulting level it was racist well
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indeed by today's standards of course it
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was you just said use what why not I'm
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sorry you have a piece of white paper
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it's racist it's got a stop now yellow
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pad paper people now handle I thought
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she handled it poorly she's not very
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good this woman no I don't know why
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they're keeping her on a lot of very
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extreme left-wing but please notice we
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always have the black reporter ask the
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racist question it's just it's it may
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just be scheduling I don't know that is
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why I'm the funniest bit onset Myers
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Late Late Show is he's got a black
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writer woman who's I think a lesbian and
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he bring us her on to tell off-color
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jokes because he can't tell oh yes I've
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seen this bit yeah and it's actually
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quite funny cuz she'll tell some of the
1:00:10
most extremely offensive jokes white guy
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can't say yes white guy can't say which
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makes his point but he's also kind of
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he's making a point and missing a point
1:00:21
at the same time when he does this bit
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so I've figured out most of what is what
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the president is hiding with his tax
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return president is hiding with his tax
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because this came up and man Trump he
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sometimes you gotta listen you have
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listen very carefully because you get
1:00:37
used to the half sentences and half
1:00:38
words and I got I've gotten pretty good
1:00:40
at filling it in but he also dropped
1:00:43
some bombs to me they were bombs saying
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okay I don't know exactly what it is yet
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maybe it's a question for the banker he
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might know because you know his bank
1:00:50
used to lend money to Trump which by the
1:00:55
way everyone was always happy with he
1:00:57
says everybody always like doing
1:00:58
business with him they made a lot of
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money but this is about his tax returns
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and listen to his giveaways really all
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right Thank You mr. president
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and pick you up there you told me the
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other day that you are an open book so I
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think I am an open book so point-blank
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Democrats go after your tax returns will
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you try to block that or will you allow
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them now look as I've told you they're
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under audit they have been for a long
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time they're extremely complex people
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wouldn't understand him
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they're done by among the biggest and
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best law firms in the country same thing
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with the accounting firms the
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accountants are a very very large
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powerful firm from the standpoint of
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respect the highly respected big firm
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yeah great law firm where you would you
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know it very well they do these things
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they put them in they do these things
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they put them in okay so that was my
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first clue but people don't understand
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tax returns now I did do a filing of
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over a hundred pages I believe which is
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in the offices and when people went and
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saw that filing and they saw the
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magnitude of it they were very
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disappointed and they saw the you know
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the details you'd get far more from that
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but it's a it's a great company but it's
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big and it's complex and it's probably
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feet high it it's complex it's a very
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complex instrument it's a very complex
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instrument so whoever his tax firm is
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they're very well respected have a lot
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of power they put some financial
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instrument into his mix cuz he just said
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that to us he just said it you wouldn't
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understand it
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yeah those guys they put it in it's a
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very complex instrument I don't know
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what it is but that's a lot better it's
1:02:50
something really fabulous that you know
1:02:52
that erases billions of debt or makes
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him not pay any taxes yeah I paid no
1:02:59
taxes probably zero taxes and that's
1:03:01
it's just it's probably so awesome when
1:03:03
you see it you're like you know I made
1:03:05
you know five billion dollars paid and I
1:03:09
got a refund yeah it could be one of
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those it could be it could be it could
1:03:13
be a refund actually he may be under
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some non-disclosure oh because because
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it's a proprietary deal mechanism yeah
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yeah and I bet you there's a proprietary
1:03:26
thing going on here and they have found
1:03:27
some loophole which is what you know the
1:03:29
New York Times kind of hinted at now
1:03:31
that's a good point John they this is a
1:03:33
proprietary thing they've done and it
1:03:37
may be an instrument that his very
1:03:39
well-respected firm you know maybe with
1:03:42
some other very well-respected Bank put
1:03:45
some instrument together yeah that only
1:03:48
they know how it works
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yeah and only they and they don't want
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it revealed
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cuz it's a it's a competitive edge
1:03:57
against the other tax firms if someone
1:03:59
in the chat room control-room said he
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files a 1040ez is embarrassing yeah but
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I thought I think I think you're right
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it's some kind of instrument is
1:04:10
proprietary which has been which has
1:04:12
been the real reason and it would end
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and it would look like he paid no tax or
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I think worse he got a refund it's got
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to be like some crazy yes I'm crazy
1:04:21
billion-dollar Rifa it'll look like a
1:04:23
refund it's something weird so but he
1:04:26
kind of gave that away I love listening
1:04:28
to the guy if you can riff you really
1:04:29
pay attention then you can hear these
1:04:31
these little things well that's gonna be
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one of the things they go after yeah
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just so important for the world
1:04:38
that's I'm so happy so happy we're going
1:04:41
out looking for a competitive edge yeah
1:04:43
and I got one more now this was
1:04:48
interesting to me because I've been
1:04:50
following ever since cachaca key
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Jamarcus 2g kajouji ever since Shuji
1:05:01
I've been following a number of things
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the oil flows the relationship between
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Saudi Arabia Turkey Russia
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Qatar Israel this is very interesting
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now of course we have the sanctions in
1:05:16
place as well which is Swift which I
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have done some research on and want to
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talk about later on but this is a
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question about erawan and I had to go I
1:05:27
had to go back and it was the president
1:05:29
of Turkey which is kind of funny because
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Trump doesn't hear the guy and then he
1:05:33
thinks the guy thinks he's stupid cuz I
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didn't know who air21 is which really
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showed that really shows you his weak
1:05:39
spot when people think he's stupid it
1:05:41
really irritates the hell out of mule
1:05:43
here right at the beginning mr.
1:05:44
president again said he's not gonna
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follow your sanctions and he's gonna
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keep buying oil from who said that a
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president Erdogan Turkey I know I know
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and you're gonna meet him soon just
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can't understand this okay I can
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understand you Braun fuck that's what
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you're gonna meet him soon you're gonna
1:06:03
have this talk and some companies are
1:06:04
gonna take the same steps that president
1:06:06
are the guys doing so let me just say
1:06:07
about the oil okay so what we opposed
1:06:10
just recently the strongest sanctions in
1:06:15
the history of our country just about oh
1:06:18
I guess North Korea's there too but I
1:06:21
gave some countries a break on the oil I
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did it a little bit because they really
1:06:27
asked for some help but I really did it
1:06:30
because I don't want to drive oil prices
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up to $100 a barrel or 150 dollars a
1:06:35
barrel because I'm driving them down if
1:06:37
you look at oil prices they've come down
1:06:39
very substantially over the last couple
1:06:41
of months that's because of me because
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you have a monopoly called OPEC and I
1:06:46
don't like wait and I don't like that
1:06:48
monopoly I don't like it and oil prices
1:06:51
are coming down
1:06:52
so rather than deciding to be as tough
1:06:56
as I am on most of the sanctions what
1:06:59
I've done is I said we're not going to
1:07:01
do it that way
1:07:02
we're going to let some of the oil go
1:07:04
out to these countries that really do
1:07:05
need it because I don't want to drive
1:07:07
the oil prices up to 100 or 105
1:07:10
you know is about which could happen
1:07:11
very easily it's a very fragile market
1:07:13
very very fragile I know it very well
1:07:14
and it's the absolute right decision and
1:07:17
they'll get tougher as time goes by
1:07:20
maybe but I don't want to have any
1:07:22
effect on the oil prices worldwide where
1:07:24
I Drive them up because I consider that
1:07:26
to be a tax and I don't like taxes you
1:07:29
know and amidst all of this he did say
1:07:31
at the United Nations I'm pissed about
1:07:32
the oil prices and they are going down
1:07:37
the guy looked at the monthly and it was
1:07:38
down what 15 bucks
1:07:42
yeah well it goes up it goes down but
1:07:44
let's let's just remember yeah goes up
1:07:46
it goes down
1:07:47
hold on a second let's take a look at
1:07:48
the I mean just take a look at the chart
1:07:50
the I mean just take a look at the chart
1:07:51
[Music] I mean just take a look at the chart
1:07:54
here we go
1:07:56
one month there was $75 on the 11th of
1:08:01
October a 9th of October and today it's
1:08:07
60 60 in one that's WTI crude so that's
1:08:12
a drop yeah and but maybe actually if
1:08:16
you look at it from when did the cash og
1:08:17
thing happen
1:08:21
around October the beginning of October
1:08:25
this is rather interesting the middle of
1:08:28
October I think October 4th may be
1:08:31
October 4th well October 3rd oil was at
1:08:35
a Pettit and a year at long high a year
1:08:37
high Pettit and a year at long high a year
1:08:40
for me sitting here
1:08:43
it's almost 75 bucks and it just goes
1:08:46
down from there
1:08:49
now remember he said that he was pissed
1:08:51
off this is before could choke Ashok gee
1:08:53
he said at the United Nations and went
1:08:55
up a little bit from there cuz that was
1:08:56
September went up went up went up we
1:08:58
could heed 75 khashoggi happens Trump
1:09:02
gets pissed off price comes down this
1:09:04
there's stuff going on
1:09:08
I mean we're back to what is it we're
1:09:10
back to April's price
1:09:13
well I just don't think it's
1:09:14
coincidental I just don't think it's
1:09:17
well probably not and I like how he says
1:09:19
his attacks yes thank you
1:09:21
finally a politician who just says it
1:09:23
high gas prices attacks yeah well you
1:09:26
can California they just make it MIT and
1:09:28
they make taxes we'll talk about that
1:09:30
after the break okay
1:09:31
but I did just before we have a lot of
1:09:33
foreign listeners who live in America
1:09:36
a lot of foreign listeners so do I think
1:09:40
the enough some of the lower look at our
1:09:44
listeners every once in a while
1:09:45
producers and producers actually I don't
1:09:49
look at the listeners I look at the
1:09:50
producers because they show up on the
1:09:52
spreadsheet yeah so the producers we
1:09:55
have a guy in Oman mm-hmm we have a get
1:09:58
we have guys everywhere there's a lot of
1:10:00
Saudis but I think even just to give
1:10:03
Pete just to give by the way they're all
1:10:04
in software it's like this gives people
1:10:07
some ammo so might I'll give you my
1:10:09
takeaway from this election what it
1:10:11
means and you give yours and I'm sure
1:10:13
I'll mess it up you're much smarter than
1:10:14
I am where you are when it comes to the
1:10:16
civics you're buttering me up for
1:10:19
because because I just want to get my
1:10:22
analysis out before you go that's why
1:10:25
that's the it's come to this point in
1:10:28
our relationship where have to butter
1:10:29
you up just so you won't interrupt me
1:10:31
telling me I'm stupid I'll free up kind
1:10:37
of like that what happened here the way
1:10:42
I see it is almost a replay of the 2016
1:10:46
election because you have to understand
1:10:48
the difference between representatives
1:10:48
in the House which is based upon the
1:10:51
population in your state I think
1:10:52
California alone has 54 of them versus
1:10:55
every state gets two senators which as
1:10:57
you know the Democrats and a lot of
1:11:00
people on the Left hate because Trump
1:11:02
won and the several presence of won the
1:11:05
electoral college which is the only
1:11:06
thing that counts according to our
1:11:08
constitutional republic the way the
1:11:09
system works and if you look at the
1:11:12
amount of extra Senate seats the states
1:11:16
that they're in along with the
1:11:18
governorships it bodes very well for the
1:11:22
2020 election because it looks like the
1:11:25
majority of the country
1:11:29
not by people but by states really is
1:11:33
bent towards the Republicans or Trump or
1:11:36
whatever combination and so it was net
1:11:39
positive I think for the Republicans and
1:11:42
actually I think the Democrats winning
1:11:44
the house is net positive for the
1:11:46
Republicans because they're morons they
1:11:48
can't do anything when they have they
1:11:50
have all the power they're just bumbling
1:11:52
like the Keystone Cops so who knows now
1:11:56
now that you brought that you brought
1:11:58
your little analysis into play I have to
1:12:01
play this little 59 second clip and you
1:12:05
see if you could pick up the little
1:12:06
subtlety here this I believe is a
1:12:08
professor from Sonoma State he's like a
1:12:10
local news is a local news report it's
1:12:12
called the local news local professor
1:12:15
this guy it's not you'll never hear me
1:12:20
he's got a little interesting take on
1:12:23
the whole thing and he does I think he I
1:12:26
think his analysis would match up with
1:12:27
yours and I would agree with both the
1:12:29
your but your take is nothing to
1:12:31
complain about I know why you're so
1:12:33
paranoid about it but this is kind of
1:12:36
the same thing it only he kind of does
1:12:39
it on the he doesn't it awkward there's
1:12:41
something in here that you will get a
1:12:43
kick out of people are trying to do here
1:12:45
I would have to say that they were
1:12:47
trying to put a bit of a check on Trump
1:12:48
they were saying we even though we know
1:12:50
that these people are crazy well we need
1:12:53
them to sort of check this guy so he
1:12:55
doesn't go too far so that's gonna block
1:12:57
things now Trump can advance on
1:12:59
executive orders he can advance of the
1:13:00
court he obviously can advance in
1:13:02
foreign policy the thing that worries me
1:13:03
is this sort of investigative fight
1:13:06
because the Dems are very likely their
1:13:08
temptation is to go there and if they go
1:13:11
there Trump has a secret weapon but the
1:13:12
secret weapon is his own Justice
1:13:14
Department which he is not controlled
1:13:16
that's the one Department of the
1:13:18
executive branch that Trump is not
1:13:19
controlled since he took office he I
1:13:21
think he can now his big mistake was not
1:13:24
the fire come--and Rosenstein on day one
1:13:26
but he can fire them now and it's the
1:13:28
perfect time to do it now
1:13:30
I don't know since town but without go
1:13:32
sessions those Rosenstein Trump retakes
1:13:35
not retakes takes over for the first
1:13:37
time as Justice Department and that if
1:13:39
the Democrats open investigations Trump
1:13:41
has tremendous amount of retaliatory
1:13:42
firepower that was actually Denise
1:13:49
D'Souza predicting the firing of Jeff
1:13:52
Sessions really we nailed it he nailed
1:13:56
it but the thing that's funny in there
1:13:58
was which is this is not the clip I was
1:14:01
hoping for but the other clip was
1:14:03
similar this is actually better but he
1:14:05
said he's just casually says well yeah
1:14:07
they put these Democrats and knowing
1:14:09
they're crazy because just to put a
1:14:11
little just check on dry right right
1:14:13
right I have to agree the Democrats that
1:14:16
they talked about pretty much her crazy
1:14:19
AOC is the worst-case example but that
1:14:22
that Muslim woman they elected in
1:14:24
Minnesota and she beat the other one by
1:14:27
50 points Wow she is a Jew hater they
1:14:32
dug up some old tweets by her from 2012
1:14:34
we're just going off about jail again
1:14:37
it's just all about hummus I'm telling
1:14:40
you yeah what could be but that she is
1:14:43
to even the Jews know that the Muslims
1:14:46
make better hummus that's why if you go
1:14:51
there you'll be taken to a place that's
1:14:53
run by Muslims you're not get a good
1:14:55
note nobody's making hummus as good as
1:14:58
these been covered the the Israeli Lobby
1:15:03
so the point is is that yeah there's a
1:15:07
bunch of nut cases that are now in and
1:15:09
they're gonna be kind of okay you did
1:15:13
your analysis go go go
1:15:16
I agree with everything you say except
1:15:18
we have to take into account what's
1:15:20
really going on with these nutty
1:15:22
Democrats that they've elected and who
1:15:25
I'm just gonna say it and it sounds
1:15:27
partisan to somebody bitched about that
1:15:29
and this way it goes I think these
1:15:30
people are lunatics
1:15:31
I think AOC is a dummy I think these
1:15:35
other people aren't the brightest bulbs
1:15:36
in the pack and they affected they won't
1:15:38
mention young cam is another example of
1:15:41
what what's wrong with everything
1:15:43
Pelosi has to be coming I think Trump
1:15:45
knows this has to become miss Lee yet
1:15:48
the speaker because she is if you listen
1:15:52
to some talk especially around here
1:15:54
where she's from she is one tough cookie
1:15:57
behind the scenes she may be a bumbling
1:16:00
fool in front of the camera so she even
1:16:02
calls herself an expert negotiator
1:16:04
she is a toughy and she will put these
1:16:08
people in line because these Democrats
1:16:11
will go out get out of control so fast
1:16:13
if they don't have a taskmaster who will
1:16:17
go up to him and she looks like a psycho
1:16:19
to begin with and bug those psycho eyes
1:16:22
at him and tell him to sit down and shut
1:16:24
up just got here you're not telling us
1:16:28
what to do and she's gonna put him in
1:16:30
their place and they're gonna be fine
1:16:32
that's why I think already happened to
1:16:33
AOC yeah yeah
1:16:37
yeah she did and you know what I don't
1:16:38
think a OC got a mention from her either
1:16:40
it was the the Muslim ladies
1:16:44
and just mention of lots of women but I
1:16:46
don't even that there was like you know
1:16:47
LSU was not mentioned but not even been
1:16:50
mentioned by anybody in the last five
1:16:52
weeks yeah yeah oh man
1:16:55
bring her back she's so much fine I
1:16:59
think she's done what's fun she's done
1:17:02
in terms of her profile alright
1:17:05
but I think I have a feeling Pelosi will
1:17:08
try and get some stuff done and she's
1:17:09
gonna be very surprised that I think
1:17:12
that we will see some form of the health
1:17:16
care reform with pre-existing conditions
1:17:18
that's all they have to have in it no
1:17:19
one else gives a crap
1:17:20
it could be ripping us off as long as
1:17:22
that's in it then they rip it they're
1:17:25
ripping us off this face no kidding okay
1:17:30
right no so that was that
1:17:32
good well there's much to talk about oh
1:17:34
yes but island for now I'd like to thank
1:17:36
you for your courage and say in the
1:17:38
morning to you the man who put the C in
1:17:40
prop see John C Dvorak in the morning to
1:17:45
you mr. Adam Korean did more neatest
1:17:47
ships at the sea and the beat in the
1:17:48
ground and the fort in the rain you're
1:17:50
buying it abating in the boom yes
1:17:51
tonight's out there and in the morning
1:17:54
to the troll room
1:17:56
I love sounding the bat-signal I love
1:17:59
when you all head off to the troll room
1:18:01
and are here for us every Thursday and
1:18:04
Sunday no agenda stream calm you can
1:18:06
listen live you can get in there chat
1:18:08
with everybody troll away troll away
1:18:11
it's okay everyone else does it and I
1:18:13
also want to say in the morning to LAX
1:18:16
lacks LAX who brought us the artwork for
1:18:20
episode 10 83 now this is one that came
1:18:22
in a show earlier we liked it so much
1:18:24
though it should to to shows earlier
1:18:27
when in the newsletter and we just had
1:18:29
to use it since we did we always like to
1:18:31
pick art about something that was
1:18:33
discussed in the show and this was the
1:18:34
subway spoof of Kosh hoagie the new
1:18:38
cache hoagie which is just a brilliant
1:18:41
piece of art one of the one of the
1:18:43
better ones and we haven't heard from
1:18:44
lakhs in a long time no he shows up
1:18:47
rarely but this piece was like it when
1:18:50
it came in we had we had something else
1:18:53
that when we knew well we had something
1:18:55
for maybe for the elections and we knew
1:18:58
this always before that it was it was
1:19:00
something that was it was I think
1:19:02
there's 11th anniversary Shores it was
1:19:03
something that we can't we couldn't use
1:19:06
it I don't know he's the exact reason
1:19:08
but there was something we had whose
1:19:10
instead and we just were kicking
1:19:12
ourselves because it would have been
1:19:13
ideal but it wasn't the mattock and I
1:19:15
think was the 11th anniversary and so we
1:19:19
couldn't use it and I said well that's
1:19:21
right it was the 11th anniversary that's
1:19:23
right yeah it wasn't gonna work and so
1:19:26
we said well we'll put it aside and then
1:19:29
that then would then we weren't talking
1:19:31
about khashoggi enough to put it back up
1:19:33
there and so and I was bitching about
1:19:34
that after the show because I kept
1:19:37
wanting to use this if I put in the
1:19:38
newsletter so I make sure the least that
1:19:40
gets used once and then we had an
1:19:43
opportunity to use it again because the
1:19:45
last to use it again because the
1:19:45
show and I'll bring this up after we do
1:19:50
the show we'd pick the art and do the
1:19:51
titles and all the rest of it
1:19:55
we Adam in particular was in a bad mood
1:19:58
foul when and he didn't like any of the
1:20:01
art what do you mean I wasn't what there
1:20:06
was some art I thought I wasn't in a
1:20:08
foul mood oh yeah and so the art so the
1:20:13
all the art was bad and I thought it was
1:20:17
good but he knows Dvorak sickness and so
1:20:21
so easy and I wished oh god we have to
1:20:24
go to the Evergreen so we go to the
1:20:25
Evergreen page and look around and then
1:20:27
he just says we gotta use the khashoggi
1:20:29
thing now and I agreed because that was
1:20:31
so that it was it was okay enough praise
1:20:35
la extra do art once it'll hold on a
1:20:38
second I'm trying to climb out from
1:20:39
under the bus here one moment okay so
1:20:43
great about was using the no agenda
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thing and turning into the subway logo
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is beautiful was beautiful and the bones
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in the sandwich well thank you very much
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to LAX relax also a part of our value
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you know it catches people's I know
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elevated to executive producer and
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associate executive producer in ranking
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for this episode 1084 yes indeed we have
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one executive producer today Baron Oscar
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Nadal in Parma Ohio home of the Parma
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ham yes hello Italy called Baron Oscar
1:21:54
Nadal here can I get an F cancer for my
1:21:57
dad who just got diagnosed with all and
1:21:59
all the good vibes from our fellow
1:22:01
producers yes of course
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yes heat cancer
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[Music] heat cancer
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you've got karma bear another Baron came
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in barrister Craig in Norwalk
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Connecticut two three four five seven to
1:22:19
be associate executive producer for 1086
1:22:22
that we had no you said you said 1086 on
1:22:26
the newsletter which was very odd I
1:22:28
don't know what how you jumped to shows
1:22:30
ahead I know how I did it
1:22:33
I just run that newsletter again next
1:22:35
week yes right no one will notice baron
1:22:39
sir craig here throwing you know that's
1:22:41
funny you mentioned that because not one
1:22:42
person usually is always a stickler out
1:22:45
there oh I saw it and now and I thought
1:22:47
to myself self damn it John's gotta send
1:22:50
me the full thing before it happened
1:22:52
Mikey I can't do that hmm because it's
1:22:55
being edited I'd do a preview and I get
1:22:57
it on the make some last-minute changes
1:22:59
and I I do it like maybe five or six
1:23:02
times and I'm gonna have to send to you
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every time is that what you're asking
1:23:06
for you don't want it you know one and
1:23:09
I'm the one number of mistakes I make
1:23:11
like that the 86 thing is mine and I'm
1:23:13
the one in the follow mode well you made
1:23:16
me the foul mood all of a sudden butter
1:23:18
your bad attitude listen Dvorak acosta
1:23:23
Baron sir Craig here throwing the extra
1:23:26
penny as that in the extra penny thus
1:23:29
thanks for the karma that is working my
1:23:32
birthday shout-out is Friday and I'm
1:23:34
also retiring and moving to assume my
1:23:37
barony of Northeast Georgia
1:23:39
oh nice retirement party excellent
1:23:42
looking forward to having my sanity
1:23:44
maintained with an umbrella drink in
1:23:46
hand with an umbrella drink in
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yeah we're jealous jingles club 33 Raven
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trains good foamer retirement goat karma
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PS Dan Spencer still appears to be a
1:24:01
douchebag Dan Spencer still appears to be a
1:24:06
from Reseda here she is Draven give it
1:24:09
up all the board you've got
1:24:22
karma Thank You Baron sir Craig that was
1:24:27
like that little sequence you nailed it
1:24:30
Shawn connolley certainty in Naperville
1:24:34
Illinois two three four five six as
1:24:38
opposed to three four five seven xvj and
1:24:42
former PC Magazine columnist with this
1:24:44
donation I claim the title Duke hey hold
1:24:47
on a second why am i X in your former
1:24:51
well I actually reads better
1:24:54
you wouldn't have x VG X the former VJ +
1:24:58
X PC I think X just sounds so you don't
1:25:02
like X so you have something against the
1:25:04
X gens
1:25:05
no gens
1:25:08
just an observation well that's an
1:25:11
interesting point if it's a point of
1:25:13
reference that we need to discuss well
1:25:15
former you immediately went snide on me
1:25:18
he's Mike's former what my former
1:25:20
husband my former wives but she's my
1:25:22
former wife okay she's my ex-wife or
1:25:25
she's my former wife you never say my ex
1:25:27
job to say my former job my former
1:25:29
position to say my former job my former
1:25:30
it just sounds friendlier my ex job
1:25:33
whereas I I actually like a minute if
1:25:35
you did that where I I'd left no I've
1:25:38
left I didn't get fired
1:25:39
I left you just gave yourself away in
1:25:42
what way because when you say ex wife
1:25:45
that's very aggressive then missing my
1:25:47
fourth is less yeah that's probably
1:25:48
nothing did you say my former wife
1:25:53
see I have to count that my first wife
1:26:01
you don't say first wife yeah I don't
1:26:05
even think I've said my ex-wife yes I
1:26:07
think I definitely ever said my former
1:26:11
no former hmm anyway okay we'll get
1:26:16
there we'll finish this conversation
1:26:17
that later date and he continues with
1:26:19
this donation I claimed claimed the
1:26:21
title Duke no you thank you alright you
1:26:24
made it yeah it's so not easy I would
1:26:28
like to thank you for you for the sanity
1:26:30
provided during our 11 year no agenda
1:26:32
journey keeping my amygdala small has
1:26:35
been invaluable to my quality of life
1:26:37
these are the funny things I bet it a
1:26:40
better business I bet it keeps you from
1:26:42
getting a lot of headaches if the things
1:26:43
getting bigger in there right that's
1:26:45
right bigger in there right that's
1:26:45
and yes I laugh at least once an F thank
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you the turn away if you don't
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to those of you haven't donated reflect
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valued jobs not mobs value not free I
1:27:03
would appreciate the Sharpton montage at
1:27:05
the end of the show in the morning sir
1:27:08
tennis or 10t newly minted Duke of the
1:27:11
Federal Reserve District seven you know
1:27:13
I heard your your interview with grime
1:27:15
Erica not to dwell on it but yeah these
1:27:18
guys also have the value for value model
1:27:21
but I got to go on their show and I've
1:27:23
got to set them straight cuz they're not
1:27:24
doing it right well tell me because they
1:27:27
end the show hey it's value for value
1:27:29
alright everybody it's like what you
1:27:32
can't just say it's value for value send
1:27:34
money what was the value you got to
1:27:36
remind me we just had John C Dvorak on
1:27:39
for an hour you know something like that
1:27:41
it's it you know you've got it you've
1:27:43
got to remind people of the valley you
1:27:45
can't just say remember its value for
1:27:47
value said money it just doesn't work
1:27:48
that way
1:27:49
in my yorkie what you're telling them if
1:27:53
I'm to understand this correctly yeah
1:27:55
cuz you talked about it there's no
1:27:57
salesmanship here no they do exactly
1:27:59
they and it's not I think it's they just
1:28:02
haven't thought it through yet the thing
1:28:05
you need that is an essential part of
1:28:08
how it works I mean you were you
1:28:10
explained quite in detail how the model
1:28:12
works but I don't think they quite
1:28:13
figured that part out they well you I
1:28:16
would recommend that that I didn't think
1:28:18
of this because I didn't listen at the
1:28:20
end of the show cuz I was only there for
1:28:21
the interview hmm and they pieced it
1:28:23
together after the fact so I don't know
1:28:25
what happened the that they maybe they
1:28:28
should listen to gen briny
1:28:31
she sings brush you did pretty good I
1:28:32
think Brian he does a good job is
1:28:34
selling it mm-hmm she gets this she
1:28:37
starts whining about not getting enough
1:28:38
money whining about not getting enough
1:28:39
yeah that's words it's horrible human
1:28:42
experience all the elements you need but
1:28:45
it's not like up-tempo hey you know
1:28:48
there's just like it's serious if you
1:28:49
want I I said this before and I think I
1:28:52
mentioned on that interview is that one
1:28:54
of the things that we did from the
1:28:56
beginning once we decided that this is
1:28:58
what we're gonna do and not take
1:28:59
advertising which you have to take it
1:29:01
pretty seriously
1:29:03
yeah when it's now and when it's not
1:29:05
working out you haven't done this for a
1:29:07
while but you you can really get worked
1:29:10
up about it it you have to seriously say
1:29:13
hey we you didn't give us you know this
1:29:15
is not enough this is no good if you do
1:29:17
maybe there's nobody listening if that's
1:29:18
the case we'll go do something else I
1:29:20
mean you do really can't just be you
1:29:22
know carefree let's put it that way and
1:29:26
I and I think that they still have to
1:29:27
get over the biggest hump which on
1:29:31
Twitter will be called begging yeah but
1:29:35
in our world it's called selling it hey
1:29:40
here's something you've got to sell the
1:29:42
idea this is our concept this is what
1:29:44
we're doing this is why does well PBS
1:29:47
today Dave's no they don't do that they
1:29:49
say wouldn't you like to see more Yanni
1:29:51
no I don't want to see Yanni no PBS the
1:29:56
original concept of PBS worked quite
1:29:57
well when it was brilliant and then
1:30:00
churches do the same thing yeah but it's
1:30:05
it's it feels strange if people have it
1:30:08
so it's a hump bryony's over the hump
1:30:11
she understands it feels very weird in
1:30:14
the first year like if I'm saying hey
1:30:16
it's really valuable please send me
1:30:18
money it feels weird the first time you
1:30:20
do it trust me after 11 years and you in
1:30:23
you and you understand how the mechanism
1:30:24
works it's very satisfying because if
1:30:27
people think it's shit then they won't
1:30:29
give him money the value for value it
1:30:31
works itself out automatically but you
1:30:34
do have to explain it and I think you
1:30:35
have to explain it a lot so that's just
1:30:38
a little tip
1:30:40
I agree if that's the way they're
1:30:44
anything they have to fix that way yeah
1:30:45
you should go on their showing and yeah
1:30:47
after void 0 goes on yeah I forgot to
1:30:50
mention void 0 and Serb embrose well and
1:30:53
the Department Voyager was upset about
1:30:55
that it's okay but I mean you miss the
1:30:59
whole producer Network part I mean it
1:31:01
just didn't come up in the conversation
1:31:03
because I know I know I know I know it's
1:31:06
not your fault was an origin story right
1:31:10
why did I how did I get into this I
1:31:13
don't know if I even mentioned me vo I
1:31:14
should have yes you did you did yeah
1:31:16
because it was that's who I might talk
1:31:18
but again but again instead of saying I
1:31:21
scammed again but again instead of saying I
1:31:22
Adam and he gave me a job you're like
1:31:24
well and I became vice president over
1:31:25
there or something you scammed me I said
1:31:29
okay I'm in and then I made you buy I
1:31:31
made you vice president yeah okay that's
1:31:34
how it started so it works
1:31:37
move on to Sir Richard bangs in
1:31:42
Washington DC $200
1:31:44
I saw the Beagle which was at the bottom
1:31:46
of the newsletter and I knew what to do
1:31:49
yes I just did the math in my last
1:31:52
donation actually put me at $3,000 and
1:31:55
therefore I'm a baron I like to be the
1:31:57
baron of DC if it's available I believe
1:32:00
so and I think it's know it's available
1:32:03
I'm sure of it if not barring a baron of
1:32:06
chocolate city has a nice ring to it
1:32:08
thank you for my sanity as much as I
1:32:10
love saying n J and K so I've got my
1:32:14
authority human resource on the way ah
1:32:16
and I've got a new house and D okay I
1:32:19
feel it coming human resource jobs maybe
1:32:22
house karma oh my god finish with the
1:32:26
construction in five weeks
1:32:28
so I'll take karma for those I'd also
1:32:30
like new jobs karma the top five
1:32:32
software vendors I work for the top five
1:32:35
software vendor I work for is now in the
1:32:37
process of micromanage management of all
1:32:40
the rest he can squeeze an extra nickel
1:32:44
out of a guy he's in Dilbert lamb when
1:32:46
you're 200% of quote a year-over-year
1:32:49
it's time to move on
1:32:52
I just want other words the sales guy
1:32:54
yeah this is how it works I just got a
1:32:58
full list offer in our old house karma
1:33:00
does work outstanding timing is good too
1:33:04
now so he becomes a bearing we shall I
1:33:08
give him that title later on thank you
1:33:09
very much sir Richard best jobs jobs and
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jobs much sir Richard best jobs jobs and
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let's vote for job we've got karma Kyle
1:33:21
blank in Houston Texas $200 would be our
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who's list who who's who's Melissa yes I
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put a little money in here and after the
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show about nine months ago and I'm up 45
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percent 14 Oh
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nice boy galleys thankful with the two
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hundred dollar donation an associate
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nice Kyle thank you yeah he is from
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Houston of course oil town Jim yeah yeah
1:34:12
that's all the elites genie energy do
1:34:15
you remember that well good it worked
1:34:17
out long GNE I can't believe someone
1:34:20
made money off of our stupid discussions
1:34:22
well they're not stupid when it comes to
1:34:26
stock stuff it may not be advisable
1:34:32
you want to use but from a fundamental
1:34:35
standpoint yeah and I think we lined up
1:34:37
the fundamentals for you you saw it you
1:34:39
took action and you made it yeah we
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should have both taken it yeah right
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alright thank you very much Kyle from
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Houston thank you very much Kyle from
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that's we have a short list today that
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was it okay well thank you very much to
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our sole executive producer Baron Oscar
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Nadal actually we've got Barons galore
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we have two barons in our associate to
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it's all royalty in the top-tier
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is this we go out we're here people in
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the mouth
1:35:38
Wow mouth
1:35:45
so I just like to stick with what we
1:35:47
left off before the break kind of with
1:35:50
the Iran sanctions and what is because
1:35:54
they they are in effect now for two days
1:35:56
and I do have two clips I think the
1:36:00
first one is from RT the second one is
1:36:02
from Deutsche Welle yes I had to go to
1:36:04
different different corners of the earth
1:36:06
to go and find some information because
1:36:08
god forbid our US media talks about
1:36:11
anything Russian officials recently
1:36:12
announced that Moscow and Beijing are
1:36:14
working on creating a cross-border
1:36:17
payment system which will use their
1:36:19
national currencies in bilateral trade
1:36:21
with the goal of reducing dependence on
1:36:23
the US dollar by bypassing the dollar
1:36:26
Russia and China avoid transfer fees and
1:36:29
reduce their exposure to potential
1:36:31
swings in the value of the US currency
1:36:33
both sides also pointed out that growing
1:36:36
US hostilities toward their respective
1:36:38
countries made D dollarization a task of
1:36:42
Russia has also completed the
1:36:44
infrastructure necessary to build a
1:36:46
replacement for Swift the belgium-based
1:36:48
financial messaging system used to carry
1:36:51
out dollar dominated transactions the
1:36:54
Swift alternative will allow for
1:36:56
countries to more easily trade with
1:36:58
Tehran Iran has been mercilessly
1:37:00
targeted by US sanctions which have
1:37:03
inhibited the country's ability to make
1:37:05
international payments Russia's new
1:37:07
Swift replacement called SPFs will be
1:37:10
integrated with similar systems in China
1:37:12
and Turkey
1:37:14
yea the SAFS it's a competing system to
1:37:16
Swift no it was SPFs we talked about it
1:37:20
on Sunday yes remember the sierra papa
1:37:26
Foxtrot Sierra
1:37:29
SPSS like that statistical package for
1:37:32
the Social Sciences what what I find
1:37:35
interesting is I don't I think I think
1:37:39
it's a lie that that Iran has been taken
1:37:42
off the Swift payment messaging network
1:37:46
otherwise how could these other
1:37:49
exceptions the president talked about it
1:37:51
we heard earlier there are some
1:37:52
exceptions who are still allowed to vote
1:37:54
to buy oil so they must they must be
1:37:57
doing that through the Swift system I
1:37:58
doubt that you know whoever what company
1:38:01
was it I think it France still had a few
1:38:03
uh they're allowed to buy a little bit
1:38:05
of oil from Iran I doubt that they've
1:38:08
been that you know this is not going
1:38:10
through the Swift Network so somewhere
1:38:12
someone's full of crap
1:38:13
also the Swift Network is laughable
1:38:15
because I really want to understand how
1:38:18
it works it's so it's worse it's just a
1:38:21
secure messaging system and so if I'm
1:38:24
transferring money to you then let's
1:38:28
just say you're in a different country
1:38:29
doesn't really matter it still use the
1:38:31
same system then all that really goes to
1:38:33
your bank is a message saying Adams sent
1:38:36
a hundred dollars to your bank what
1:38:39
happens on the back end is more
1:38:40
interesting and this is why you have to
1:38:42
be a member of the Swift system
1:38:44
everyone has an account with everybody
1:38:47
else so what would actually take place
1:38:50
is a few days later during some kind of
1:38:52
settlement even though you've received
1:38:55
that that money in your account
1:38:56
they actually transfer money from their
1:38:59
account at whatever your bank is into
1:39:02
your account at your bank and if you
1:39:04
were send something to me it would
1:39:05
actually be your bank has an account
1:39:08
with my bank and they'd put something
1:39:09
from their bank account into my account
1:39:11
at my bank it's a very very antiquated
1:39:15
system especially if you look at what
1:39:17
you know Bitcoin can do as an example
1:39:19
which the Russians are talking about you
1:39:22
know they're talking about master chain
1:39:24
using that blockchain to replace with
1:39:26
and here's Deutsche Welle as a report
1:39:28
and Iran says that it is working with
1:39:29
Europe to set up a mechanism to bypass
1:39:32
those sanctions let's bring in Brussels
1:39:34
correspondent teri Schultz teri could
1:39:36
this actually happen the European Union
1:39:38
maintains that it will happen just
1:39:41
Friday that it will happen just
1:39:43
federica mogherini EU foreign policy
1:39:45
chief and the governments of France
1:39:47
Germany and the UK said that their
1:39:50
resolve to both maintain the nuclear
1:39:53
deal with Iran and to maintain economic
1:39:56
support for European companies doing
1:39:59
business in Iran is unwavering so the
1:40:02
European Union says it's setting up this
1:40:04
so-called special purpose vehicle which
1:40:06
would allow payments to go in and out of
1:40:08
Iran and bypassing US sanctions that's
1:40:12
how how its envisioned and the EU
1:40:14
maintains that this is going to happen
1:40:16
although it's not operational today at
1:40:18
the same time the US has yet another
1:40:20
lever and that is to demand that Swift
1:40:24
that's the Belgium based financial
1:40:26
messaging service which handles most of
1:40:30
the world's interbank messaging the US
1:40:33
says Swift has to cut off all the
1:40:35
sanctions Iranian institutions and so if
1:40:38
that happens it's hard to see how Iran
1:40:40
could get around the sanctions
1:40:43
regardless of how creative they're being
1:40:44
how about European companies themselves
1:40:46
because we know that the United States
1:40:48
has threatened them if they don't adhere
1:40:50
to these sanctions are they likely to do
1:40:53
so or not yes we have seen European
1:40:55
companies pulling out of Iran and that's
1:40:57
despite the EU itself threatening
1:41:00
sanctions on companies that pull out in
1:41:03
it because of the US sanctions so these
1:41:06
companies are really in a tough spot
1:41:07
because both Brussels and Washington are
1:41:10
saying they must obey but what we have
1:41:13
seen is is an exodus of European
1:41:15
companies and some very big German
1:41:17
companies among them deciding that
1:41:19
simply their bottom line cannot support
1:41:21
being in a confrontation with Washington
1:41:24
and that whatever losses they have to
1:41:26
take by cutting contracts in Iran and
1:41:28
and possibly annoying Brussels is going
1:41:31
to be worth it
1:41:32
so I don't think there's any deep
1:41:34
dollarization taking place I think
1:41:37
that's going to go okay Rory is so
1:41:40
interesting I just do not understand why
1:41:43
the US media doesn't even give it as
1:41:46
anything it's just it's the young Kim
1:41:49
it's the young young you're him of
1:41:51
stories I know I find it fascinating the
1:41:55
important isn't
1:41:56
important thing to know about well
1:41:58
particularly now I did talk to the
1:42:00
former New York banker about this he
1:42:01
said remember when I told you we won and
1:42:04
I think we talked about on the show a
1:42:05
couple years ago one he says the
1:42:09
European banks have lost they cannot
1:42:12
function without the US dollar it's
1:42:15
impossible they can't do anything
1:42:17
without the US dollar and he says
1:42:19
they're really really really in trouble
1:42:22
now and and you know Italy talking about
1:42:25
a patriot bail in where where the
1:42:28
government is now proposing actually
1:42:31
proposing and writing well twenty
1:42:33
percent of whatever you have in the bank
1:42:34
you know and it'll be piddle you get a
1:42:35
bond for it an IOU and it'll be
1:42:37
patriotic do it for Italy and people are
1:42:40
like oh yeah good yeah okay Mario that's
1:42:44
really bizarre I mean their money's
1:42:47
about to get stolen from them as if
1:42:50
they'd have an option to say no no don't
1:42:52
take my twenty percent it's like what
1:42:54
happened in Greece so yeah so I I don't
1:42:57
think that there's gonna be a D
1:42:58
dollarization but certainly it's it's
1:43:02
very it's risky tore our entire business
1:43:05
model of the United States which changed
1:43:07
in the 70s well after it changed much
1:43:10
earlier taking us off the gold standard
1:43:12
but once
1:43:13
once we won sweet well that's not
1:43:16
entirely true once we made the deal with
1:43:18
the Saudis which is why this is so
1:43:19
interesting with Khashoggi and all this
1:43:21
stuff that's circling around it once we
1:43:24
made the deal with the salaries which is
1:43:25
okay you sell as much oil as you want
1:43:28
you do every whatever you want has to be
1:43:29
in dollars we'll protect your ass that's
1:43:31
always been the deal it's very simple
1:43:33
but now it's you know stuffs a little
1:43:36
shaky things are different and you know
1:43:39
again I don't see the dollar deed
1:43:41
dollarization taking place any soon but
1:43:43
it certainly would start with oil
1:43:45
purchases in a different in a different
1:43:48
currency in a different in a different
1:43:50
and then the way to get there start with
1:43:52
some alternative messaging system
1:43:54
alternative to swift before t luck
1:43:56
before you know it you know that war
1:43:59
people her over there especially
1:44:02
probably at NSA are working on ways to
1:44:05
crack any possible system these guys
1:44:07
come up with I'm actually surprised but
1:44:09
it's not hasn't been crap well this is
1:44:11
Nayan I think what we're actually seeing
1:44:15
with some interesting spikes I think
1:44:17
they're using bit not blocked the
1:44:19
blockchain but Bitcoin I think is being
1:44:21
used for some transactions oil
1:44:23
transactions as we speak and it makes
1:44:25
nothing but since you get your you're
1:44:28
guaranteed proof that this is you know
1:44:30
this essentially there understand well
1:44:33
I'm just saying you don't use you
1:44:34
circumvent the whole you need a bank
1:44:36
account at my bank thing all of that
1:44:38
goes away
1:44:41
well this is a story that needs to be
1:44:43
discussed it's now your beat yes while
1:44:48
I've been beating this for a while
1:44:49
that's it yes you finally perked up I'm
1:44:53
so happy to have you here Leakey okay
1:44:56
well yeah well that reminds me I'll
1:44:59
bring a couple of notes I need some
1:45:00
letters to be read bitching about me
1:45:03
this guy bitch honey who's bitching
1:45:05
about you I'll mess him up