00:00 Sarah Crespi: Support for this podcast comes from Toyota and their new 2017 Highlander, with its sleek, aggressive design, improved powertrain for better performance and fuel efficiency, plus advanced tech features the whole family will love. There’s more to discover in the new 2017 Highlander. Visit toyota.com for details. … →
00:36 Trump: Chief Justice Roberts, President Carter, President Clinton, President Bush, President Obama, fellow Americans, and people of the world, thank you.
00:57 Trump: We, the citizens of America, are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild our country and restore its promise for all of our people. Together we will determine the course of America and the world, for many, many years to come. We will face challenges, we will confront hardships, but we will get the job done. Every four years, we gather on these steps to carry out the orderly and peaceful transfer of power, and we are grateful to President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, for their gracious aid throughout this transition. They have been magnificent. Thank you. … →
Wallace: Good evening. From the Thomas and Mack Center at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, I’m Chris Wallace of Fox News. And I welcome you to the third and final of the 2016 presidential debates between Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Donald J Trump. This debate is sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates. The commission has designed the format, six roughly, 15-minute segments with two-minute answers to the first question, then open discussion for the rest of each segment. Both campaigns have agreed to those rules. For the record, I decided the topics and the questions in each topic. None of those questions has been shared with the commission or the two candidates. The audience here in the hall has promised to remain silent. No cheers, boos, or other interruptions, so we and you can focus on what the candidates have to say. No noise except right now, as we welcome the Democratic nominee for President, Secretary Clinton and the Republican nominee for President, Mr Trump. … →
Raddatz: Nominee for President, Donald J. Trump and the Democratic nominee for President, Hillary Clinton.
Cooper: Thank you very much for being here. We’re gonna begin with a question from one of the members in our town hall. Each of you will have two minutes to respond to this question. Secretary Clinton, you won the coin toss, so you’ll go first. Our first question comes from Patrice Brock. Patrice? … →
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Quijano: Gentlemen welcome. It truly is a privilege to be with both of you tonight. I’d like to start with the topic of Presidential Leadership. 28 years ago, tomorrow night, Lloyd Benson said, “The Vice Presidential Debate was not about the qualifications for the Vice Presidency, but about how if tragedy should occur, the Vice President has to step in without any margin for error, without time for preparation, to take over the responsibility for the biggest job in the world.” What about your qualities, your skills, and your temperament equip you to step into that role at a moment’s notice, Senator Kaine? … →
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0:00:02 Speaker 1: I don’t know. Say it with me. “I don’t know!” Good God, it is liberating! I am a towering mountain of ignorance! I don’t know! We’re taught to believe that everything has a reason. And so we observed the world, we see what happened, and then we defined the thing that happened as the reason the thing happened. But I think a lot of the time, we end up mixing up thinking something with knowing something. This is why it can be so impossible to talk about certain topics with certain people. … →
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0:00:02 Chuck Clay: Hello, and welcome to Curtain Call Podcast episode 10. I am your host Chuck Clay and on this particular episode of Curtain Call Podcast, we are pleased to present a two for one episode. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, Curtain Call Podcast episode 10 is a Twofer. 10 is a Twofer. 10 is a Twofer. 10 is a Twofer. 10 is a Twofer. 10 is a Twofer. Say that 20 times fast. 10 is a Twofer. 20 times fast. 10 is a Twofer, 20 times fast. 10 is a Twofer, 20 times… I digress. … →
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