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Best podcasts about Robert Costa

Latest podcast episodes about Robert Costa

Weekend Roundup
Trump FBI search drama, Inflation, Latina Contraceptives Roe

Weekend Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 39:59


On the "CBS News Weekend Roundup", host Allison Keyes gets the latest on the legal drama surrounding former president Trump and the FBI search warrant served at his Florida estate from CBS's Robert Costa. We'll hear from CBS's Anna Werner about an alarming trend involving some of the nation's nursing homes. In the Kaleidoscope, Allison speaks with Dr. Erica Montes, an OB GYN, about the difficulty some Hispanic and Latina women are having with conversations about sexual health issues including contraception in the wake of the overturning of Roe v Wade.Featured: CBS's Jeff Pegues on an increase in anti-law enforcement rhetoric after the search at former president Trump's estate.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Washington Week (audio) | PBS
Washington Week full episode, August 12, 2022

Washington Week (audio) | PBS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


The FBI executes a search warrant for former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. Plus, we examine the findings of an 18-month investigation into the Trump administration's family separation policy. Join moderator Yamiche Alcindor, Evan Perez of CNN, Robert Costa of CBS, Philip Rucker of The Washington Post and Caitlin Dickerson of The Atlantic as they discuss these stories and more.

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
Alaskan Ice Cream, Economy, James Hong

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 37:30


Hosted by Mo Rocca. Mo Rocca visits the "wildflower capital" of Colorado; Plus, John Dickerson breaks down the U.S. economy's mixed signals; Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz talks with actor James Hong; Rita Braver pays a visit to a Wisconsin home appliance company behind the Rolls Royce of refrigerators; Jane Pauley sits down with Liza Minnelli and her friend and accompanist Michael Feinstein; Robert Costa lays out the opportunities and pitfalls each party faces in the 2022 midterm elections; and Jonathan Vigliotti serves up a very different kind of ice cream treat.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

WAMU: Local News
Is Gov. Glenn Youngkin's mixed message on same-sex marriage hurting Virginia's ability to attract businesses?

WAMU: Local News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 5:32


Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin told CBS's Robert Costa that the commonwealth protects same-sex marriage. That it's the law in Virginia. However, a 2006 amendment the Virginia constitution bans same sex marriage.

Total Information AM
US committed to confronting Russian aggression

Total Information AM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 4:35


CBS Face the Nation's Robert Costa joins Megan Lynch to discuss the assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, the resignation of Boris Johnson, the invasion of Ukraine and the imprisonment of Brittney Griner, who recently plead guilty to drug charges in Russia.

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Jennifer Senior On Friendship

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 85:19 Very Popular


Jennifer Senior was a long-time staff writer at New York magazine and a daily book critic for the NYT. Her own book is the bestseller, All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood. She’s now a staff writer at The Atlantic, where she won the 2022 Pulitzer for “What Bobby McIlvaine Left Behind,” a story about 9/11. But in this episode we primarily focus on her essay, “It’s Your Friends Who Break Your Heart.”You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above (or click the dropdown menu to add the Dishcast to your podcast feed). For two clips of our convo — on why friends with different politics are increasingly rare, on how Jesus died for his friends — pop over to our YouTube page. A new transcript is up in honor of what we are still learning about Trump’s attempted violent coup: Bob Woodward and Robert Costa on the perpetual peril of Trump. Below is a segment of that convo — probably the most significant one we’ve had on the Dishcast yet:Turning to the debate over abortion in the ashes of Roe, a reader dissents:I’m having a hard time understanding why you’re so misleading about abortion rights in the US compared to other nations, and naive about protection of the other rights under the 14th Amendment. Germany allows abortions up to 12 weeks for any reason, but what’s remarkable about Germany is not the 12-week mark, but that Germany offers pre-natal care, child care, employment guarantees, etc. that make it much easier for a woman if she chooses to go through with her pregnancy. The US doesn’t have anything like this. And even with the new right in America pretending to hop on board the social insurance train, passing any laws in a conservative-majority Congress that would provide more social services to pregnant women would deliberately NOT address or protect the right of a woman to control her own fertility — that is, to decide to have a child or not. In other words, the interests of a woman’s bodily autonomy and reproductive control would be denied. That makes women, on the whole, unable to live freely in society. But we don’t have to hop over to Europe to run a comparison. Canada protects abortion rights for any reason, with most clinics providing the procedure up to 23 weeks. This aligns with the (previous) fetal viability cutoff that Roe protected. And recently Mexico decriminalized abortion entirely, which paves the way for full, legal abortion rights.The US is now the regressive anomaly, not the progressive outlier you insist we are. And your idea that abortion can just be decided via democracy is cute — maybe that would’ve been true in the past — but SCOTUS could care less about the legislative process. You only have to look at their recent gun decision to realize that. You should make these things clear when you discuss abortion, instead of conveniently obfuscating the context and facts.As far as your confidence that the other rights under the 14th Amendment — gay marriage, access to contraception, etc. — will stand firm, I’m not sure why. Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Coney-Barrett evoked stare decisis in their confirmation hearings, and this turned out to be a shameless lie from all of them. With the conservative majority in place, they could then take up the Dobbs case and use it to overturn Roe entirely — stare decisis be damned.Alito left the door open to address Obergefell, etc. in his draft opinion, so why would you think Thomas taking it a step further is just him “trolling”? The majority of Americans wanted Roe left in place; its provisions were the compromise that balanced the interests of the woman with that of the fetus that you incorrectly thought was lacking. (Listen to Ezra Klein’s podcast with court expert Dahlia Lithwick to understand why that is). Yet despite its popularity, Roe was struck down. The majority of Americans support gay marriage. But the conservative court has publicly stated now that they don't care about what Americans want or think. Alito and Thomas have clearly said what they're willing to go after next. Kavanaugh playing footsie with the idea that those other rights are safe is just another lie that you are too willing to fall for, as I was too willing to think they wouldn't, in the end, touch Roe.As far as healthcare access in Germany, Katie Herzog made that point during our “Real Time” appearance last Friday:From a “Real Time” watcher:I disagree with you on quite a few issues, but appreciated your level-headed commentary on Bill Maher’s show. You’re one of the only people I saw today who forcefully made the point that the SCOTUS decision still allows for action by Congress — it’s a crucial point that has been totally lost in this discussion.From another fan of Bill’s show:I appreciated your take pointing out that the US is the only country that has made abortion rights a constitutional right, and I do understand your argument that this is something that needs to be decided through the democratic process. But I’m wondering if perhaps, on a deeper level, you’re shooting yourself in the foot. Your attitude has been for a long time that America is unique, exceptional, in its supposed commitment to individual freedom, as reflected in its constitution. Doesn’t that imply that enshrining personal rights in its constitution is in fact a perfect evocation to our country’s exceptionalism, what sets it apart from the cynical bickering and proceduralism of European parliamentary systems?I believe in democracy, tempered by constitutional restraints. So the kind of judicial supremacy you seem to be advocating seems outside that. I repeat that I would not have repealed Roe, for stare decisis and social stability reasons. But for the same reason, I wouldn’t have voted for it in 1973. I also believe that the Court could approximate your vision, in defending minority rights. But women are hardly a minority, and many women — at about the same rate as men — want abortion to be illegal.Many more dissents, and other reader comments on abortion, here. That roundup addressed the concern over stare decisis that readers keep bringing up. As I wrote then:Yes, I worry about stare decisis — but it is not an absolute bar to changing precedents. Akhil Amar, the renowned constitutional scholar at Yale, rebuts the same argument. Amar also just appeared on Bari’s podcast, in an episode titled, “The Yale Law Professor Who Is Anti-Roe But Pro-Choice” — a great listen.Bari addressed the Dobbs decision in her new piece, “The Post-Roe Era Begins.” Another reader looks at the legislative route:I think President Biden and the Democrats as a whole would be in a far better position with voters today if over the past 18 months they had taken that same “small bites” approach on a variety of other issues: border security, election reform and just about any other challenge where they now have nothing to show the American voters because they approached those issues if they had significant majorities in each house. They could even take this “small bites” approach right now on the abortion issue, given (as you’ve documented) that the vast majority of Americans favor access to abortions with reasonable restrictions. Instead, Chuck Schumer runs a bill that’s even more permissive than Roe.I know it’s naïve to think we can take politics out of policymaking, but maybe, given the election hand they were dealt, it would have been good politics to pursue progress over progressivism. Right now they’d be running on a far different record (one of being the adults in the room) and could present a much stronger claim for leading our nation. Instead, they wasted a lot of time and opportunity pretending they had the clout to adopt the entire far-left progressive agenda.Another reader delves into the Court precedents that Democrats are wringing their hands over:You wrote about Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell: “Thomas also concedes that there could be other constitutional defenses for these previous decisions beyond ‘substantive due process.’”There is one defense, at least. The 14th Amendment has a due process clause and an equal protection clause. When Casey upheld Roe, the right to abortion was based upon due process, not equal protection. Dobbs found that due process did not guarantee the right to abortion. Equal protection of the laws is different. If a state allows an opposite-sex couple to marry or have sex, but bans a similarly situated same-sex couple from doing so, then equal protection of the laws is denied based upon sex, in violation of the 14th Amendment. If there were a state where females were banned from obtaining abortions but males were specifically permitted to have abortions, then that would be a denial of equal protection, based upon sex. But there is, of course, no world in which that would happen, and if there were, the state could simply ban males from having abortions as well and cure the equal-protection problem. Obergefell was based upon both due process and equal protection, so if due process is removed we still have equal protection. Lawrence was decided on due process alone, but it easily could be upheld based upon equal protection. (Justice O’Connor, in concurring in the ruling, said she would have relied upon equal protection instead of due process.) So Lawrence and Obergefell seem safe. Griswold does not seem safe under equal protection, but it may be safe under other provisions, although no state is currently seriously trying to ban the sale of contraceptives. Although Bostock was a decision based upon the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and not on the Constitution, Gorsuch ruled that the law that banned sex discrimination in employment applied to gays and transgender people. His reasoning was that if you fire a female employee for being married to a women but don’t fire a male employee for being married to a woman, then you are discriminating based upon the employee’s sex. There is a very strong argument that the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause works similarly. I broadly agree with this. Speaking of the transgender debate, a parent writes:While I generally agree with your balanced approach, I think you are still missing what is fueling the alarm on the right. As a parent of a 14 year old, I’m very aware of the extraordinary confusion that some teens now face because of the mainstream promotion of gender identities. For many kids, all this is harmless and ridiculous, and they tune it out. For a very tiny number of kids, this information may be extremely necessary, and perhaps even lifesaving, so they don’t feel so alone.  But unfortunately, I believe there is a quite significant number of kids that have come to believe that all their teen problems will be solved if they simply lop off a few body parts. A few days ago I caught up with a friend who is a wreck because her 14-year-old daughter asked if she could cut off her breasts. This girl has some issues with body anxiety and acceptance, like the majority of teen girls, and has now decided she can avoid all the bad aspects of maturing into a woman by simply becoming a man, which in her mind is closer to remaining a girl, which is what she really wants. The mother is trying to help every way she can, and is about as caring and progressive as a parent can possibly be. But you have to understand how parents today are simply helpless to combat the flood of bizarre, foolish, and/or utterly toxic information that their kids find on the internet, or in social media with their classmates. We entirely ban our 14-year-old from all social media, and from all internet sites except for those needed for school, because we have seen time and time again how kids’ lives are getting wrecked from all that sludge. Most parents are simply not equipped to handle it. Many aren’t able to police their child as thoroughly as we do, and for those on the right with kids, I believe this very real damage has caused some to turn to any platform such as QAnon or other fringe groups that can make sense of this real trauma and harm to their kids. If you don’t have kids, it’s very easy to dismiss this as hysteria. But if you are aware of what's happening to kids nowadays, it’s truly terrifying.Lisa Selin Davis would agree; her new piece on Substack is titled, “It’s a Terrifying Time to Have a Gender-Questioning Kid.” And I completely understand where the reader is coming from. I find the relentless promotion of concepts derived from critical gender and critical queer theory to be destabilizing to kids’ identities, lives and happiness. These woke fanatics are taking the real experience of less than a half percent of the population and imposing it as if it is some kind of choice for everyone else. This is called “inclusion.” It is actually “indoctrination.”Telling an impressionable gay boy he might be a girl throws a wrench into his psychological development, adding confusion, possible generating bodily mutilation. Making all of this as cool as possible — as so many teachers and schools now do — is downright disturbing. The whole idea that all children can choose their pronouns because the tiniest proportion have gender dysphoria is a form of insanity. But it’s an insanity based on critical theory whose goal is the dismantling of all norms, and deconstruction of objective reality by calling it a function of “white supremacy.” This next reader has “a theory I’ve wanted to float by you”:I’m increasingly becoming of the opinion that the modern trans/gender movement is the twisted offspring of something in the gay rights movement that we thought was a good thing but actually wasn’t: the notion that someone is “born that way.” Today, we increasingly feel the need to diagnose children who were “born a certain way” and then provide medical interventions for something that is aggressively conflating the physical and the mental. (I’m using the historical Abrahamic distinction between the two here, sure there’s a philosophical debate about whether or not this distinction exists.) And that makes perfect sense if you think that the foundation of acceptability for these immutable identities is determined at birth — we have medicine in service of zeitgeist.I think the original sin here is going with “what we could get done” in the gay rights movement and stopping before we finished the job — of letting everyone know that these are preferences, and you need to respect and love people regardless of the choices they make and not just because they “can’t help it” because they were “born that way.” If we were to do away with this biological imperative driving identity, we’d end up with what we should really be striving for: radical acceptance of personal choices, and deconstruction of gender roles and stereotypes without engaging in pseudoscience.The trouble with this argument, I think, is that it doesn’t reflect the experience of most gay people. We do not “choose” our orientation. That is the key point — whether that lack of choice is due to biology or early childhood or something else is irrelevant. And genuinely trans people do not choose to be trans either. It’s a profound disjunction between the sex they feel they are and the sex they actually are. It also may be caused by any number of things. But it is involuntary.The queer left rejects this view entirely — because, in their view, there is no underlying reality to human beings, biological or psychological. It’s all about “narratives” driven by “systems of power,” and being gay or trans is infinitely malleable. That’s why they continuously use a slur word for gays — “queer” — to deconstruct homosexuality itself, and turn it merely into one of many ways in which to dismantle liberal society. I regard the “queer left” as dangerous as the far right in its belief that involuntary homosexual orientation doesn’t exist. Lastly, a listener “would like to make a couple of suggestions for Dishcast guests”:1) Razib Khan — he has been blogging for 20 years on genetics, particularly ancient population movements (e.g. Denisovans and Yamnaya). His Unsupervised Learning is currently the second-highest-paid science substack after Scott Alexander. To give you a flavour, his post on the genetic history of Ashkenazi Jews was very popular. Khan also does culture war stuff, mostly because he is a scientist and believes in truth and science. He has subsequently been the subject of controversy, as you can see from his Wikipedia page — which isn’t really fair, but gives you a flavor. His post “Applying IQ to IQ: Selecting for smarts is important” is the kind of thing that gets him in trouble. He is my favourite public intellectual, in large part because he combines actual hardcore science information with anti-woke skepticism. And he is just generally a very smart and interesting guy. Though I’m a fan of his substack, I’d like to hear him on your podcast because I’d like to find out more about Razib as a person, how he feels about the controversies, etc.2) Claire Fox — Baroness Fox of Buckley — is a former communist turned libertarian and Brexiteer, once a member of European Parliament and now a life peer in the House of Lords. Her Twitter feed gives a pretty good idea of her interests and views. Here are some clips on cancel culture in higher education; single-sex spaces for women; and a libertarian view on smoking. She broadly belongs to the British “TERF island” of gender-critical feminists. I know you’ve had Kathleen Stock on your podcast already, but Fox’s background, libertarian views and current membership in the House of Lords make her particularly interesting.I know Razib and deeply admire him and his intellectual courage. And it’s true that, in real life, he’s a hoot, a lively conversationalist, with an amazing life story. Because of his views about the science of genetics and human populations, he is, of course, anathema to the woke left. One good reason to invite him on. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
Watergate, Tyler Sheridan's New Old West, Katy Tur

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 53:55


Jane Pauley hosts this edition of “Sunday Morning.” It was 50 years ago this week that “Watergate” scandal took place. Robert Costa looks back at the historical moment. Lee Cowan catches up with actor Kevin Costner and the real-life cowboy behind the hit series “Yellowstone.” Tracy Smith sits down with broadcaster Katy Tur to talk family, career, and her new memoir “Rough Draft.” Plus, John Dickerson talks with Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA.) about mixing faith and politics. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp
CBS's Political Reporter, Robert Costa on primary elections

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 15:11


05/18/22 : Robert Costa is the Chief Election and Campaign Correspondent for CBS News, and co-author of “Peril” with Bob Woodward. Robert joins Joel to update us on the primary election results and give his take on the future of political parties in the US.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Smerconish Podcast
Should the media have the same access to a political rally as a candidate's supporters? The story of CBS News' Robert Costa in PA

The Smerconish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 22:17


Michael talks with CBS News Correspondent Robert Costa, who was denied entry to cover an campaign rally featuring PA Senate candidate Kathy Barnette, and PA Gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano. Original air date 16 May 2022.

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
CBS Sunday Morning, May 8, 2022

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 52:14


Jane Pauley hosts a Mother Day edition of “Sunday Morning.” Martha Teichner on the leaked draft from the Supreme Court on the possibility of overturning Roe v Wade. Jim Axelrod on what overturning Roe v Wade means for the country. Rita Braver is on Broadway sharing some laughs with the cast behind the hit “POTUS.” John Dickerson on the legendary career of Bob Dylan, son to go on display in America's Heartland. Robert Costa talks politics with the ultimate Washington insider David Gergen. Longtime friends Phil Rosenthal and Ray Romano discuss food and travel.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ministry Magazine Podcast
Guest Editorial - Look beyond the flames — Robert Costa

Ministry Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 5:43


The incredible story of a disciple and elder in the church of Smyrna who happily lay his life down for Christ during the first century AD.

Project ETO
The Supreme Court | Virginia Thomas Texting Mark Meadows is Pretty Sus

Project ETO

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 8:10


Hey Identifier, Virginia Thomas, a conservative activist married to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, repeatedly pressed White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to pursue unrelenting efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election in urgent text exchanges in the critical weeks following the vote, according to copies of the messages obtained by CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa and Bob Woodward of The Washington Post. #sus #MarkMeadows #VirginiaThomas Leave us a Voice Mail or Support https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support Sub to the channel here https://www.twitch.tv/theidentitybooth Donate https://streamlabs.com/projecteto/tip The Goal: Try to Identify with you as you try to Identify with me. Find Heero here: https://linktr.ee/the_identity_Booth Take Care --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support

Ladies of Liberty Sound Off
A Heroic Judge, College Debt & Floodgates Open

Ladies of Liberty Sound Off

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 57:46


Finally, a judge had the heroic courage to end the mask mandates on planes, airports, and public transportation. Although not everyone was happy! "The CDC has the capability, through a large number of trained epidemiologists, scientists, to be able to make projections and make recommendations. Far more than a judge with no experience in public health," Dr. Anthony Fauci told Robert Costa. We can all breathe easier for now. Rebecca Sugar, Elisa Akrongold, and Linda Martinelli are gratified that this mandate was said to be unlawful from the get-go. The Biden administration is canceling student loan debt for some students, and we'll discuss this policy's fairness and cost. The Ladies of Liberty Sound Off on the border and the floodgates that continue to allow drugs, criminals, predators, and terrorists to enter our Sovereign Nation. We don't love it at all, but you're gonna love this show. The Ladies of Liberty Sound Off can be heard on weekdays at 1 pm ET. Listen on iHeart Radio, our world-class media player, or our free apps on Apple, Android, or Alexa. All episodes can be found on podcast networks worldwide the day after airing on talk radio. Join us; you're gonna love this!

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
A Heroic Judge, College Debt & Floodgates Open

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 57:46


Finally, a judge had the heroic courage to end the mask mandates on planes, airports, and public transportation. Although not everyone was happy! "The CDC has the capability, through a large number of trained epidemiologists, scientists, to be able to make projections and make recommendations. Far more than a judge with no experience in public health," Dr. Anthony Fauci told Robert Costa. We can all breathe easier for now. Rebecca Sugar, Elisa Akrongold, and Linda Martinelli are gratified that this mandate was said to be unlawful from the get-go. The Biden administration is canceling student loan debt for some students, and we'll discuss this policy's fairness and cost. The Ladies of Liberty Sound Off on the border and the floodgates that continue to allow drugs, criminals, predators, and terrorists to enter our Sovereign Nation. We don't love it at all, but you're gonna love this show. The Ladies of Liberty Sound Off can be heard on weekdays at 1 pm ET. Listen on iHeart Radio, our world-class media player, or our free apps on Apple, Android, or Alexa. All episodes can be found on podcast networks worldwide the day after airing on talk radio. Join us; you're gonna love this!

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
“Seven Hours and Thirty Seven Minutes”: Robert Costa of CBS News on Trump's Jan. 6 “Gap”

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 46:54


This week, cohost Joe Hagan digs into the latest on the Jan. 6 story with CBS New correspondent Robert Costa, who, along with legendary reporter Bob Woodward, broke the news that the House Committee investigating the insurrection discovered a 7 hour and 37 minute gap in Donald Trump's call logs from that day. Costa explains the importance of that Watergate-like hole in Trump's story — when he was MIA while the Capitol burned — and what it may portend for the investigation. He also defends the Department of Justice against critics who believe AG Merrick Garland isn't doing enough to probe Trump's involvement in an attempted coup. “Maybe we just don't know the full story because they work like sharks,” he says. "They're underwater in a way congressional committees are not.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Takeout
The January 6 Investigation: CBS News Correspondents Robert Costa and Scott MacFarlane

The Takeout

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 45:18


This week, join us for a conversation about the January 6th investigation with CBS News correspondents Robert Costa and Scott MacFarlane. MacFarlane has tracked the legal fallout from the Capitol riot and the House select committee working to uncover what happened that day. Costa, and his reporting partner at The Washington Post Bob Woodward, broke two major stories in recent days. The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas repeatedly texted President Trump's chief of staff to urge him to pursue challenges to the 2020 election results. Separately, Costa and Woodward reported on internal White House documents that revealed a 7-hour gap in Mr. Trump's phone logs when rioters ransacked the Capitol on January 6th, 2021. Major and company are at Chef Geoff's in Washington, DC's West End neighborhood.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Slate Daily Feed
Political: Burner Phone

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 65:13 Very Popular


Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson and David Plotz discuss Biden's gaffe in speaking too honestly about Russia; Trump's missing phone logs; and Ginni Thomas's efforts to subvert the election. Here are some notes and references from this week's show: Bob Woodward and Robert Costa for The Washington Post: “Jan. 6 White House Logs Given To House Show 7-Hour Gap In Trump Calls” Hugo Lowell for The Guardian: “Trump Used White House Phone For Call On January 6 That Was Not On Official Log” Bob Woodward and Robert Costa for The Washington Post: “Virginia Thomas Urged White House Chief to Pursue Unrelenting Efforts to Overturn the 2020 Election, Texts Show” Benjamin Wittes for Lawfare: “Donald Trump, John Eastman and the Silence of the Justice Department” Karl Rove for The Wall Street Journal: “Republicans' Jan. 6 Responsibility” Here are this week's chatters: David: Beforeigners; City Cast John: Anna P. Kambhampaty for The New York Times: “Want to See the Weirdest of Wikipedia? Look No Further.”; Morning Brew newsletter; Elden Ring video game Emily: “The Betrayal of Anne Frank: A Refutation”; Anne Frank House Listener chatter from Andre Walker: All The Sex I've Ever Had at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago  For this week's Slate Plus bonus segment Emily, John, and David discuss what they would do if they needed to disappear.  Tweet us your questions and chatters @SlateGabfest or email us at gabfest@slate.com. (Messages may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates otherwise.) Podcast production by Jocelyn Frank. Research and show notes by Bridgette Dunlap. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Political Gabfest
Burner Phone

Political Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 65:13 Very Popular


Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson and David Plotz discuss Biden's gaffe in speaking too honestly about Russia; Trump's missing phone logs; and Ginni Thomas's efforts to subvert the election. Here are some notes and references from this week's show: Bob Woodward and Robert Costa for The Washington Post: “Jan. 6 White House Logs Given To House Show 7-Hour Gap In Trump Calls” Hugo Lowell for The Guardian: “Trump Used White House Phone For Call On January 6 That Was Not On Official Log” Bob Woodward and Robert Costa for The Washington Post: “Virginia Thomas Urged White House Chief to Pursue Unrelenting Efforts to Overturn the 2020 Election, Texts Show” Benjamin Wittes for Lawfare: “Donald Trump, John Eastman and the Silence of the Justice Department” Karl Rove for The Wall Street Journal: “Republicans' Jan. 6 Responsibility” Here are this week's chatters: David: Beforeigners; City Cast John: Anna P. Kambhampaty for The New York Times: “Want to See the Weirdest of Wikipedia? Look No Further.”; Morning Brew newsletter; Elden Ring video game Emily: “The Betrayal of Anne Frank: A Refutation”; Anne Frank House Listener chatter from Andre Walker: All The Sex I've Ever Had at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago  For this week's Slate Plus bonus segment Emily, John, and David discuss what they would do if they needed to disappear.  Tweet us your questions and chatters @SlateGabfest or email us at gabfest@slate.com. (Messages may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates otherwise.) Podcast production by Jocelyn Frank. Research and show notes by Bridgette Dunlap. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Smerconish Podcast
Robert Costa on Ginni Thomas Texts Urging Overturning of 2020 Election

The Smerconish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 27:59


Michael talks with CBS News Chief Election & Campaign Correspondent Robert Costa about Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, texting the White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows tor pursue overturning the 2020 election. Original air date 28 March 2022.

Post Reports
What's the deal with Ginni Thomas?

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 18:51


On today's Post Reports, what we can learn from texts between President Donald Trump's top aide and the wife of a Supreme Court justice. Plus, why protesters in the Caribbean have not been charmed by William and Kate's royal “charm offensive.” Read more:In text messages obtained by The Washington Post and CBS News, Virginia Thomas — a conservative activist and the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas — repeatedly pressed White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to keep up the relentless effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election, calling Joe Biden's victory “the greatest Heist of our History.”The messages, 29 in all, reveal an extraordinary pipeline between Virginia Thomas, who goes by Ginni, and President Donald Trump's top aide at a time when Trump and his allies were vowing to go to the Supreme Court in an effort to negate the election's results. Despite these ties, Justice Thomas chose not to recuse himself in a case deciding whether the former president could block the committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol from obtaining certain records, including these text messages between Ginni Thomas and Meadows. On today's episode of Post Reports, CBS's Robert Costa tells us about the process of reporting out this story with The Post's Bob Woodward and shares the questions he'll be asking next. Critics say Ginni Thomas's activism is a Supreme Court conflict. Under court rules, only her husband can decide whether that's true. Michael Kranish reports on the criticism that Justice Thomas has exploited a hole in the court's rules to ignore the conflict of interest created by his wife's activism.Plus, Karla Adam explains why Britain's Prince William and his wife, Catherine, have been met with anti-colonial protests and demands for reparations on their first official overseas visit together since the start of the pandemic.

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
Russian Airstrikes & the Chance of Nuclear War

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 36:58


Dr. Gleb Yemets in Kyiv, on Russian airstrikes and the chance of nuclear war // Feliks Banel, All Over the Map -- the pre-206 era // Rania Mankarious, author of The Online World, on securing your online accounts // Dose of Kindness -- music for the heroes of Kharkiv // Gee Scott on the pickelball phenomenon // Hanna Scott on bonuses for Seattle Police recruits // Robert Costa live on the text messages between Virginia Thomas and Mark Meadows See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio
We Are The News Now w/ Dan Hennen on EA Truth Radio: Robert Costa - Snake Island - Putin - 2016 COVID Patent and More

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 30:05


We Are The News Now w/ Dan Hennen on EA Truth Radio: Robert Costa - Snake Island - Putin - 2016 COVID Patent and MoreThis is Dan's LIVE Show from Monday, February 28, 2022. Thank you for tuning in & showing your support! Our Hosts' viewpoints don't always reflect what EA TRUTH Media believes as a whole!Please join us chatting on social media about our shows using hashtag #EATruthRadioDan provides commentary and analysis on the past week's “news” stories.  And strips out the Fake News so you don't have to.Topics this week include:  Sean Penn; Ukraine; Putin; Trucker Convoys; Project Veritas; World Economic Forum (WEF); Snake Island; Kash Patel; Michael Sussman case; Mike Lindell; Robert Costa; Dianne Feinstein; Elon Musk; Trump CPAC; Jussie Smollett, Hunter Biden, COVID patent from 2016 and More!*** Visit our Media Site at www.EternalAffairsMedia.com & Please Consider Planting A SEED IN OUR MINISTRY! Sign up and become a Monthly Patron for EXCLUSIVE PERKS ...*** NEW *** TRUTH PREMIUM on EA Truth Media Website ~ Exclusive Premium Content & Less AdsSupport us and receive these amazing benefits for ONLY 0.99 cents per month ~~ Click Here! You can also send Bitcoin to: 3MrcjvjkVUyP5dDmELDZkqD5JT5TTYyQHnCASH APP$eamediaonlineTHE TRUTH SHALL PREVAIL ~ WE ARE THE STORM! Our Independent Media Operation & End Times Ministry has been online for nearly 12 years now since Curtis "Ray Biselliano" Bizelli FOUNDED EternalAffairsMedia.com in 2010 as an alternative to mainstream mockingbird fake news propaganda media! We have since morphed into a partial end times prophetic ministry!!!! We are on the frontlines leading the fight against the Fake News Mockingbird Media! Check out our Online Store and get some COOL GEAR! If there is anything you'd like to see that isn't there, message us! We wish to hear from you! The SILENT MAJORITY isn't going back to sleep! Corrupt, Sleepy, Pedo Joe & The Hoe STOLE this election! He will NEVER be our President! He's an enemy to the People! People are waking up! This is THE GREAT AWAKENING! God bless you & your loved ones! GOD BLESS THE REPUBLIC OF AMERICA!Support the show (https://donate.eamedia.online)

The David Pakman Show
2/28/22: Putin Threatens Nukes as CPAC Completely Deranged

The David Pakman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 59:25


--On the Show: --Vladimir Putin puts Russia's nuclear deterrent forces on higher alert, signaling the possibility of escalating to nuclear warfare --The Russian Ruble, its currency, collapses, now worth less than one US penny, a major problem which will hurt average Russians significantly, in addition to crippling Russia itself --Russia is accused of bombing kindergartens and orphanages in Ukraine, which would be war crimes --Donald Trump delivers a dangerous speech to the CPAC 2022 audience in Florida, appearing to announce his 2024 Presidential candidacy during the speech --A very sweaty and delusional Donald Trump gives a number of interviews before his CPAC 2022 speech --CPAC 2022 was completely unhinged lunacy, truly reminding us that the American right wing is very sick and extremely radical --MyPillow CEO and Founder Mike Lindell absolutely loses his mind at CPAC 2022, flipping out and screaming at reporter Robert Costa in a convention room during the conference --Republican Senator Mitt Romney crushes some of his Republican colleagues, including Marjorie Taylor Green and Paul Gosar, calling them "morons" and "low IQ" --Radical Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks at a white nationalist rally, AFPAC, adjacent to CPAC, and later claims she had no idea it was white nationalist --Voicemail caller is confused, wondering why The David Pakman Show isn't about the video game, Pac-Man --On the Bonus Show: Hundreds of Russians arrested for protesting invasion of Ukraine, FIFA not yet ready to ban Russia from World Cup, Russian TV channel RT kicked off a Canadian cable system, much more...

First United Pentecostal Church of Augusta Maine
February 20, 2022, Sunday Evening Service, Bro. Dr. Robert Costa

First United Pentecostal Church of Augusta Maine

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 34:32


I'm Coming Out of this Stinky Situation

First United Pentecostal Church of Augusta Maine
February 20, 2022, Sunday Morning Service, Bro. Dr. Robert Costa

First United Pentecostal Church of Augusta Maine

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2022 33:41


A Journey Through History
JOURNEY THROUGH HISTORY TO REVIEW ‘PERIL’ BY BOB WOODWARD AND ROBERT COSTA 02/01/2022

A Journey Through History

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 61:05


Our next month's title ‘PERIL' by Bob Woodward. Was there really a “PERIL”? Last March 5, 1919, we reviewed Fields of Blood: Violence in congress and the road to Civil War by Jane Freeman where Congressmen from slave states carried and used clubs and guns to intimidate beat and even kill (at least one) fellow Congressman to prevent their submission of anti-slavery petitions. While the January 6 insurrection lasted only one day it cost several lives and nearly brought the American Democracy to a standstill. Also, it nearly upset Nuclear China enough to making a preventative first strike. Author Bob Woodward says we may have to repeat this peril again in four years. We will review the new bestseller “Peril DB 104817” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, 13 hours thirty-six minutes.

Channel 33
More Weekend Football Notes, Media News From Chicago, and the Profile Location of the Week

Channel 33

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 63:30


Bryan and David are back to discuss the weekend full of divisional-round playoff games. They break down the impact these games have had on the audience and touch on Aaron Rodgers's interview with Kevin Van Valkenburg two days before his divisional game as well as Tony Romo's performance (6:42). Then, they address the potential career moves for New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton, former Cowboys star Troy Aikman, and NBC commentator Al Michaels (25:21). Lastly, in the Notebook Dump, they discuss the news that the Chicago Sun-Times was acquired and will become a nonprofit, touch on Robert Costa leaving The Washington Post for CBS News, and then wrap things up with a new feature called Chyron Copy Editor (39:20). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained Pun Headline.  Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

America's Democrats
A nation in a deep economic and moral crisis.

America's Democrats

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 38:04


A nation in a deep economic and moral crisis.    Celine-Marie Pascale is a professor of sociology at American University in Washington, D.C., and author of Living on the Edge: When Hard Times Become a Way of Life. Celine-Marie Pascale Celine-Marie Pascale traveled the country to talk with people who are experiencing economic hardship. Her book Living on the Edge is about more than individual experiences. It's about a nation in a deep economic and moral crisis.  Jim Hightower   How Corporate Greed is Causing Tornado Deaths   Corporate America has proudly elevated good moral values to a special place. That place is the trash can.   Indeed, free market gurus assert that the only ethical obligation a corporation has to society is to deliver as much profit as possible to its big investors – everybody else be damned. Robert Costa A Nation in "Peril."   The transition from Trump to Biden was one of the most dangerous periods in American history. "Peril" tells that story. The book's co-author (with Bob Woodward) is Robert Costa, a national political reporter at The Washington Post, where he has worked since 2014. He previously served as moderator and managing editor of Washington Week on PBS and as a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.    If you'd like to hear the entire episode, visit BillPressPods.com.

The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell
What Trump was doing while the Capitol was under attack

The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 43:47


Tonight on the Last Word: Rep. Liz Cheney says the January 6 Committee is investigating if Donald Trump broke the law. Also, the nation marks one year since the deadly Capitol insurrection. Plus, no Republican Senators attended the Senate's Jan. 6 event. And more than 725 people are charged in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. Bob Woodward, Robert Costa, Mary Trump, Rep. Val Demings, Neal Katyal and Ryan Reilly join Lawrence O'Donnell.

The View
Thursday, Jan. 6: Bob Woodward, Robert Costa

The View

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 40:28


Journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa reflect on the Capitol attack one year later and share their reporting from their best-selling book “Peril,” detailing eyewitness accounts from Jan.6 2021 and discuss former Pres. Trump's role. In Hot Topics, the panel “The View” panel reacts to Pres. Biden repeatedly blaming former Pres. Trump, without mentioning him by name, for the violence that erupted at the Capitol, and more.

The Media Show
Did the storming of the Capitol damage US media?

The Media Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 28:10


A year on from the storming of the US Capitol and the media is still coming to terms with what happened. Some US news outlets have been accused of "obsessing over" the scenes on 6 January 2021. Others have condemned parts of the media for "normalising" the violence. So how can these divisions be healed? And in the week that several political figures were banned from Twitter, what role do the tech giants now play in our democracy? Guests: David Folkenflik, Media Correspondent at NPR; Robert Costa, Political Reporter at the Washington Post and co-author of Peril; Susan Ferrechio, Chief Congressional Correspondent at the Washington Examiner; Chris Stokel-Walker, tech journalist; Zing Tsjeng, Editor-in-Chief at Vice UK Studio engineer: Donald MacDonald Producer: Hannah Sander Presenter: Ros Atkins

Skullduggery
The Jan. 6th Endgame (w/ Robert Costa)

Skullduggery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 46:29


In AG Merrick Garland's speech on the eve of Jan. 6th he "vowed to pursue the perpetrators of the violent attack “at any level,” and promised to “follow the facts wherever they lead.” The investigation into the event that took place just a year ago on the US Capitol is not limited to the more than seven hundred rioters who have already been charged with breaching the Capitol barricades, assaulting Capitol Police Officers, and threatening the lives of members of congress as well as the sitting Vice-President of the United States. And whether or not they were present that day. So, who does he mean? And does that mean potential charges against Donald Trump himself? Robert Costa of the Washington Post joins to talk about all the latest surrounding the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6th attack. GUEST:Robert Costa (@costareports)HOSTS:Michael Isikoff (@Isikoff), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo NewsDaniel Klaidman (@dklaidman), Editor in Chief, Yahoo NewsVictoria Bassetti (@VBass), fellow, Brennan Center for Justice (contributing co-host) RESOURCES:Get Robert Costa/Bob Woodward's latest best-selling book Peril - HereYahoo News' Caitlin Dickson's latest story on AG Garland's speech about Jan. 6th - HereFollow us on Twitter: @SkullduggeryPodListen and subscribe to "Skullduggery" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.Email us with feedback, questions or tips: SkullduggeryPod@yahoo.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Bill Press Pod
A Nation in "Peril." with Robert Costa

The Bill Press Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 37:00


The transition from Trump to Biden was one of the most dangerous periods in American history. "Peril" tells that story. The book's co-author (with Bob Woodward) is Robert Costa, a national political reporter at The Washington Post, where he has worked since 2014. He previously served as moderator and managing editor of Washington Week on PBS and as a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC. Today's Bill Press Pod is supported by the American Federation of Teachers. More information at AFT.orgSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo
Biden's Omicron Battle Plan Announced

Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 40:23


President Biden lays out his Omicron battle plan, announcing an additional 10,000 testing sites beyond the 20,000 the White House points to nationwide, deploying 1,000 more military members to help hospitals if they become overburdened again and mailing half a billion free Covid home testing kits to Americans next month. Plus: NYC offers $100 to get boosted by New Year's, Trump looks to the anniversary of January 6 to push election lies, Joe Manchin is in talks with fellow Democrats after their fiery response to his “No” on Build Back Better and sports leagues search for a way forward amid the Omicron surge. Guests: Dr Ashish Jha, Bill de Blasio, Robert Costa and Bob Costas. Hosted by Michael Smerconish. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Anderson Cooper 360
January 6 Committee Issues 10 More Subpoenas, Including to Stephen Miller and Kayleigh McEnany

Anderson Cooper 360

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 39:53


The House committee investigating the Capitol insurrection issued ten more subpoenas to Trump allies, including Stephen Miller and Kayleigh McEnany. Robert Costa is a national political reporter for the Washington Post and the co-author of “Peril.” He joins Anderson Cooper to discuss the new batch of subpoenas and says it shows the committee is “casting a wide net.”  Plus, investigators are working to determine the causes of death of the eight people killed in a crowd at the Astroworld Festival in Houston. 18-year-old Ayden Cruz was at the concert where he climbed a camera platform and pleaded to stop the show. He tells Anderson about the moment he knew something was wrong and people were in serious danger.  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
October 17, 2021: Robert Costa says political reporters are on the democracy beat; 'Brainwashing' author argues Fox tears families apart; is Netflix resisting 'cancel culture' by backing Dave Chappelle?

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 41:07


Plus: Why threats to American democracy should be front-page news; Pelosi and Sanders blame press for budget confusion; Brian Stelter shares a personal story about threats against journalists.  Marc Elias, Robert Costa, Bari Weiss, Jen Senko, Oliver Darcy, and Matt Belloni join Brian.  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Mississippi Edition
10/7/2021 - MIS-C | Diabetes | Journalist Robert Costa

Mississippi Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 24:06


The University of Mississippi Medical Center observes rising case counts of a rare post-COVID disease in children.Then, our series on diabetes in the state continues.And, journalist Robert Costa talks "Peril," his new book with Bob Woodward. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Axe Files with David Axelrod
Ep. 462 — Robert Costa

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 50:17


Journalist Robert Costa is known for his in-depth reporting on former president Donald Trump and for co-authoring a new book with legendary journalist Bob Woodward, but his first claim to fame was convincing John Mayer to play at his high school prom. Robert joined David to talk about his years covering the Republican Party, the ongoing threats he sees to U.S. democracy, what he learned about reporting from Bob Woodward, and their book, Peril. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Apple News In Conversation
Bob Woodward and Robert Costa on the final months of Trump's presidency

Apple News In Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 26:07


What was it like inside the White House when Donald Trump lost — then denied losing — the election? Journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, authors of the new book Peril, sat down with Apple News Today host Shumita Basu to discuss the chaotic period, which they consider one of the most dangerous in American history. Peril is available now on Apple Books.

Bloomberg Surveillance
Surveillance: Peril With Woodward & Costa

Bloomberg Surveillance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 38:51


Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, "Peril" Co-Authors, discuss the perils that remain ahead for Washington. Katherine Clark, Assistant Speaker of the House of Representatives, says Democrats are committed to passing Biden's agenda, even if the infrastructure vote doesn't happen today. Jordan Rochester, Nomura G10 FX Strategist, says the euro is having a yen moment. Michelle Meyer, Bank of America Securities Head of U.S. Economics, says a stronger dollar means a stronger U.S. economy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Amanpour
Amanpour: Stephen Breyer, Colson Whitehead and Bob Woodward

Amanpour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 55:21


Days ahead of the U.S. Supreme Court's new term, Christiane Amanpour speaks with Justice Stephen Breyer, one of the nine justices sitting on America's highest court, about the cases on the docket and whether he plans to retire during President Biden's administration. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Colson Whitehead discusses his latest book "Harlem Shuffle" and the emotional impact of writing. Walter Isaacson talks with the award winning investigative journalist Bob Woodward about his bombshell new book "Peril", co-written with Robert Costa. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Motivational Audio
Audio Book Review - Peril Book Review (Audio Edition) Peril by Bob Woodward, Robert Costa

Motivational Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 3:46


Audio Book Review - Peril Book Review (Audio Edition) Peril by Bob Woodward, Robert Costa Peril Book (Audio Edition): Bob Woodward https://bit.ly/3Cxb0eM Peril Audiobook for Free

ThinkTech Hawaii
Peril by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa (Politics for the People)

ThinkTech Hawaii

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 38:10


What Does it Teach us About Trump. The host for this show is Jay Fidell. The guests are Tim Apicella and Winston Welch. Our panel discusses the revelations in the Peril book that has just come, out and how they connect to demonstrate that Trump was actually attempting a coup at the end of his term, if not before. We discuss the conspirators involved the coup and what each of them did, the status of the investigations of the Select Committee Investigation and the Attorney General, what all this means to the administration, the government and the country going forward, and whether these revelations are having or will have any effect on Trump's base and his prospects as leader of the Republican Party and as a candidate for president in 2024. The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6n-C2eGRTQo_3iayQFUrWsA

Motivational Podcasts
Peril Book Review (Audio Edition) Peril by Bob Woodward, Robert Costa | Audiobook Review

Motivational Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 4:10


Motivational Speeches
Peril Book Review (Audio Book Edition) Peril by Bob Woodward, Robert Costa | New Audiobook Review 2021

Motivational Speeches

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 4:11


FACTS & Friends
S2: E10 – Nicki Minaj’s Cousin’s Friend’s Swollen Balls

FACTS & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 54:05


This week it's all about the biggest story in America over the last few days: Nicki Minaj's cousin's friend's swollen testicles. Okay, actually we talk about a few other far less important stories like how former presidents spent the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Bob Woodward and Robert Costa's chilling upcoming book, “Peril,” and the California recall election. Finally, we say goodbye to legend, Norm MacDonald. I'm sure he would have been thrilled that news of his death was overshadowed by news of Nicki Minaj's cousin's friend's swollen testicles.

Tangle
Gen. Mark Milley and Donald Trump.

Tangle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 25:26


General Mark Milley. In a forthcoming book, Bob Woodward and Robert Costa allege that Milley, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest-ranking and most senior military officer in the armed forces, was single-handedly taking action to prevent President Donald Trump from ordering a dangerous military strike against China or launching a nuclear strike at the end of his presidency. Today, we'll take a look at some reactions from the right and left, then my take. Our newsletter is written by Isaac Saul, edited by Bailey Saul, Sean Brady, Ari Weitzman, and produced in conjunction with Tangle's social media manager Magdalena Bokowa, who also created our logo. The podcast is edited by Trevor Eichhorn, and music for the podcast was produced by Diet 75. For more from Tangle, subscribe to our newsletter or check out our content archives at https://www.readtangle.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tanglenews/support

Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo
New Woodward/Costa Book: Joint Chiefs Chmn Took Secret Action to Limit Trump's Ability to Order Military Strike

Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 39:13


First, Chris goes one-on-one with "Anonymous" author Miles Taylor on the revelations made in a new book by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. Then, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman joins Chris to discuss calls for General Mark Milley to resign. Chris wraps up the show with Michael Smerconish and a preview of the California recall election results.  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Political Rewind
Political Rewind: Convention Week Offered Glimpse Into Party Dynamics, Messaging

Political Rewind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2020 52:40


Today on Political Rewind, the final day of the Democratic National convention saw Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms feature in a prime-time spot just hours before Joe Biden's acceptance speech. Bottoms paid tribute to the late Congressman John Lewis and highlighted his life-long fight for voting rights, which she said are still under threat. The panel weighs in on how the themes laid out this week will shape the campaign in the weeks to come. Our panel featured special guest Robert Costa, Host of Washington Week and National Political Reporter for the Washington Post. Also on the panel, Jim Galloway, Lead Political Writer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dr. Andra Gillespie, political science Professor and Director of the James Weldon Johnson Institute on Race at Emory University and Patricia Murphy, syndicated columnist and Roll Call opinion writer.

Political Rewind
Political Rewind: Georgia Featured In Prominent Role During 2020 Election

Political Rewind

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2020 52:42


Friday on Political Rewind, what is the role of Georgia in election year politics? National attention turns to the Peach State in 2020. Robert Costa, moderator of PBS's Washington Week, is on our panel to discuss.