Trump Fails on TV, Succeeds in Real Life | The Andrew Klavan Show Ep. 799
Trump Fails on TV, Succeeds in Real Life: Journalists report Trump will fail, then move on when his policies work.
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For more Ben Shapiro and Daily Wire content, subscribe to this channel and the Daily Wire YouTube channel youtube.com/c/thedailywire and ring the bell for notifications so you never miss a story!it was a wonderful veterans day at colleges around the country students gathered around the veterans day tree singing old veterans day carols like i hope i don't get killed defending the rights of people who don't even appreciate those rights college students were taught special veterans day lessons for instance some young people were startled to learn there were other ways to be a hero than screaming at someone on twitter although some of those other ways sounded kind of dangerous so maybe it's best to keep your heroism confined to social media for now after all what's the point of getting wounded over things like the first amendment when free speech just lets you say upsetting stuff and why on earth would you risk getting killed over freedom of religion when god is so mean to gay people and of course getting shot over the right to bear arms is crazy since once guns are banned no one will have to get shot at all college students were also surprised to learn about such veterans day subjects as world war ii where race obsessed anti-jewish big government supporters who called themselves national socialists somehow turned out to be the bad guys how weird is that today anyone who isn't a race obsessed anti-jewish big government national socialist is worse than hitler but then world war ii was in the old days when hitler wasn't donald trump but instead was hitler and you couldn't even call him hitler on tv because he'd kill you because he was hitler instead of donald trump which is just plain confusing although sometimes it's true soldiers do bad things like shooting austere religious scholars mostly college students enjoyed veterans day because they got a holiday from gender studies class and can stay at their dorm rooms watching porn instead and wishing they could ask someone on a date without getting expelled and isn't that the american life our veterans fought so hard to preserve trigger warning i'm andrew clavin and this is the andrew clavin show i feel hunky donkey life is [Music] we want to sing [Music] so before we talk about stupid stuff like democrats let's have part two of our four-part series on leftist ideas that don't make any sense and so reduce you to believing in stupid stuff like democrats today let's look at left-wing ideas about race my own ideas about race are very simple but they have the advantage of being coherent i believe man was made in the image of god and that hating a man for the way he is made is a sin against god and if you sin against god you go to hell so don't do that now some people ask me things they say like what about the fact that european culture produced all this great stuff and african culture didn't produce great stuff except in the movie black panther or what about the fact that asians are smarter than everyone and make those great egg rolls or what about some genetic thing you read about online and now think you understand and my answer is life is complicated but if you treat all races equally and take each person as he comes it will all work out because man is made in the image of god but of course i'm just a barefoot teller of tales and i'm not a clever left-wing college race theorist leftist race theorists believe that white people are bad because they don't treat people equally which is a moral concept invented by white people who are bad they believe that white people are bad because they don't want to let brown people into the country and once there are more brown people in the country than white people the brown people will be able to destroy the country made by the evil white people who let them in because they believed all people were created equal leftist race theorists believe that racism is bad and therefore they hate whites because whites are racists leftists are not racist for hating whites because of theories about power invented by michelle foucault a sadomasochist who stuck a safety pin through his nipple for kicks so you want to make sure to get all your good theories from him now leftist race theory like this does have the benefit of being hilarious but it's also kind of stupid because once you declare that any race is in any way morally superior or inferior to any other there is nothing to stop that race from declaring itself morally superior to whatever race your ass happens to be so now you have leftists who say browns are better than whites and you have alt-rightists who say whites are better than browns and their logic is exactly the same and justifies the other's point of view thus they are all alike and that they're all incredibly ugly minded and unpleasant and also are all going to hell because man was made in the image of god leftists have now thought themselves into a state of perpetual racism making it impossible to distinguish between the logic of a ku klux klan pamphlet and the logic of the op-ed page of the new york st the new york times this happened because leftists are essentially materialist and do not believe that man is made in the image of god because they do not believe in god and if man is not made in the image of god there is absolutely no reason to love him or accord him rights or treat him equally and fairly there is no reason zero none without that simple premise the imago day you will inevitably get lost in hatred and ultimately find yourself in hell or on a liberal college campus but i repeat myself i'm going to talk a little bit more about making sense but first i will tell you what makes sense when you go to bed it is having bowl and branch sheets now for some of you who sleep on these sheets you can't really appreciate them you just think geez these are really comfortable and then you're asleep and you don't know they're there but for people like me who are awake all night i sit there all night long 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about no safe spaces the movie i went to and at the end they thanked all the people who made the thing possible so help me so help me it thanks andrew clavin k-l-a-v-e-n there are no e's i guess they just weren't listening to the show mailbag tomorrow go to uh dailywire.com and subscribe you got to be a subscriber you get so much stuff with subscription you get the new app we have you can talk to us on the ask me anything uh sessions that we have you get another kingdom a couple days early which is nice it staves off the cleveland weekend for a day and you get i don't know what we're yelling about and you get to do that you get to scream like that because you're in the mailbag and once you're in the mailbag you can ask me about anything you want you can ask me about religion you can ask me about your personal problems you can ask me about politics and for a lousy ten bucks all my answers are nonetheless a hundred percent correct guaranteed and will change your life for the better you gotta find out uh that's what makes it so so interesting you know i'm talking about making sense this week and making sense is a big big deal i mean it really uh is important and we don't talk about it enough we don't talk enough about the fact that life makes sense i think you know i like to tell the story uh when i was working more in hollywood i would go in and you go in and pitch stories and when you pitch stories you're usually talking to a story editor or maybe a studio executive and then there's usually an assistant and this assistant's entire life depends on the boss liking his or her suggestions so if you shoot down uh the assistant's suggestions they get unhappy they start to argue with you and they start to think oh who's this lousy writer uh telling me what to think and making me look bad in front of my boss so i'm in a room as they say it's called being in a room that's what they call it and i'm pitching a story about time travel and you know it's about going back and forth in time whatever i can't even remember what the story is and the assistant says well you know the thing about a time travel story is it really has to make sense and i said you know it can't make sense because you can't travel in time and only reality makes sense that's what makes it reality well of course that didn't go over very well with the assistant but it's true life makes sense and when life doesn't make sense you have to find out why you have to get new information right that's that's how science works this is how we decide uh you know when when something doesn't make sense we think well what is it we're not seeing how does this work and that's how our information expands and you also have to know about the past in order to know what thing what things make sense right that's how in a trial in a jury you say well the guy said this at this point but he said this here and that doesn't make sense and you you want his testimony to make sense or you know he's lying this is the thing life makes sense and therefore your morality has to make sense your ideas have to make sense they have to stick with the facts this is why the facts matter so much this is why when aoc says i don't need to know the facts i just need to know morality that that's ridiculous okay but the thing is in order to make sense you also have to know the past you have to know the kinds of things that happen and the kinds of things that don't happen a lot of what we know and a lot of our wisdom comes from induction not deduction it comes from gathering information and seeing things again and again and one of the things that is happening especially in this presidency in the donald trump presidency is the press reports on things and then it's wrong and donald trump is right and then it just vanishes the subject vanishes remember when donald trump said you know obama bugged my phones obama bugged phones at trump tower and the press was like oh this is what this is a completely unfounded fact check a thousand pinocchios then it turned out yeah no he basically bugged phones that trump was talking on trump was right subject vanishes right russian collusion four years two years and a half years you know people just oh he colluded with the russian he's a spy john brennan's sitting there going i think he was i rush an asset uh and i know because i am a russian asset so he was a russian asset untrue gone bang it's just gone it just disappears and we move on to the next thing think about just a few weeks ago when trump withdrew our troops from syria right remember the kurds were going to be massacred and the turks were going to you know wipe out everybody and it was all going to be a terrible terrible mess and russia was going to take over the world and trump said at the time let's just play a clip of how they covered this i can't remember i think it's a cnn this is their coverage of of syria it is um hold on i'll tell you six all this unfolding of course as chaos and uncertainty grows in syria turkish troops are building up along the border ahead of a possible attack on kurdish troops after president trump pulled u.s troops from that area ian panel was there in turkey has the latest for us good morning ian yeah good morning robin that's right america's kurdish allies are now bracing for an imminent attack by turkey which is of course also a key american ally this is now region on the brink of war and this comes after president trump's shock decision to pull american troops out of the border area and therefore opening it up to attack so it was all going to be war it was all going to be the kurds our lovely allies the kurds were going to be killed trump came out and said you know listen the kurds were doing were acting on their own behalf and that was good for us our interests melded but we're not there to protect the kurds i don't want to go to war with turkey and if turkey misbehaves remember he sent that famous don't be a tough guy letter to erdogan he said you know don't be a tough guy don't go in and kill anybody he said if turkey misbehaves i'm going to use economic sanctions to bring them back turkey did misbehave they went in they committed human rights abuses they did kill some kurds when they shouldn't have uh trump sent the mikes pompeo and pence to turkey to talk to him they stopped he used the economic wrench against them he said i'm going to really destroy your economy if you don't do what i tell you to do they pulled back everybody got what they wanted look it's not a perfect world it is not a perfect world over in the over there in the middle east it's not a fun place things are going to go wrong they're going to continue to go wrong but trump got his troops out of a place where he thought that they were in harm's way and could start could force us to attack our allies turkey and remember we had mike duran on from the hoover institute who explained the fact that turkey is an ally it doesn't matter whether the guy is a bad guy or not we don't have any good guys in the middle east they are our ally and everything has to be based on fighting iran it's the iranians who are really trying to destroy us and israel and that's why we have to always have our mind on iran it turned out trump did the right thing he may have done it in a way that he shouldn't have done it he may have done it too bluntly he may have done it too quickly he may have done it without consulting but it it turned out pretty well the story vanishes right the only thing that's going to happen now is they're going to say oh well we did find some human rights abuses when we went in we know that's true i mean it is the middle east it's still the middle east but even lindsey graham ended up happy and it just goes away all of this is gone from history so that you never can tell you never can tell you can you can't accrue wisdom you can't start to say well wait a minute you know this trump he does act on his gut a lot he does talk you know he's very uh he bloviates he taught he's got a big mouth and all this stuff but you know a lot of the stuff he's doing is working out the only way you can keep track of that is with the economy because the economy is steady state but isis gone no you know they're caliphate gone and that just just disappears it just vanishes it's only when things go wrong they go back let me just play what is essentially a trivial uh story but it just shows you so much about the way trump is covered remember trump went to work to the world series and he got booed it's the fifth game i think and that was in washington dc and here was the way they covered it meanwhile overnight president trump attended game five of the world series right here in washington and didn't get the warmest welcome take a look [Applause] [Music] mixed reaction there you can hear some in the crowd booing him an even chance of lock him up the white house declined to comment overnight now to the world series where president trump watched last night's game from a luxury suite at nationals park in washington where he received what you would call less than a warm welcome for many people in the crowd [Applause] so this went on forever the late night comics all made jokes about it every single one of them covered it every it was a big big deal it's washington d.c right washington d.c represents washington dc it is a very very left-wing community because all their jobs depend on the uh on the government right so and they're all in the deep state so they hate trump so trump then goes to the lsu bama tide game and this is the reaction in alabama let me give this guy a hug right here i love this guy right here yeah that's really nice they loved them the students were giving interviews saying the impeachment thing was a sham and all this stuff so newsweek sportswriter scott mcdonald said trump's attendance at the game in tuscaloosa draws comparisons to richard nixon who in 1969 attended the game between the top two teams in the nation texas and arkansas mcdonald predicts impeachment inquiries against trump by the u.s house of representatives may go farther in this process than they did with nixon because nixon resigned the presidency david jackson of usa today wrote about how presidents like trump and nixon among others use sports for political gain so in other words this was all about donald trump manipulating the audience the way they cover the press the way the press covers trump is is so insanely unfair that it essentially cancels out everything that trump actually does trump keeps failing in the news but he keeps succeeding in real life the things he does work out over and over again we'll talk about it in a second but first let us talk about expressvpn because you want to protect the information on your computer i love this thing this is one of the only nice things noel's ever did for me he recommended expressvpn it takes about 10 seconds 90 seconds to put on your computer and then it works in the 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do that wonderful news buster site that i like so much they write this with virtually no chance senate republicans will vote to remove president trump from office house democrats drive for impeachment is more likely aimed at creating a deluge of negative daily headlines hoping to trump going into next year's election if that is indeed democrats goal then the three broadcast networks are doing everything they can to help achieve this partisan objective overwhelmingly negative mrc analysts have reviewed all coverage of president trump and his and his administration on the abc cbs and nbc even evening newscast since 2017. following the beginning of the impeachment inquiry on september 24th this coverage has been even more hostile than normal out of 684 evaluative comments included in these broadcasts a whopping 96 96 percent have been negative versus a meager four percent that have been uh positive tv's fascination with democrats impeachment push has crowded out nearly all other news about the administration during the six weeks since speaker of the house nancy pelosi announced the start of the inquiry the three networks uh evening broadcast turned out 398 minutes of coverage to the ukraine scandal where more than three-fifths of all administration news and here's the thing right so every now we know everything is negative and trump's successes vanished this is the important thing the past if trump is a success which he so often is or if the democrats turned out to be lying which they so often are that just disappears remember when uh adam schiff was going to bring the whistleblower into testify and then suddenly it turned out that the whistleblower had uh arranged everything with schiff before they got started and shift realized oh if i bring him in to testify they can ask questions of him story justice there he is there was the whistleblower the story just disappears so now impeachment starts tomorrow the public hearings start tomorrow right so i and and now this is what they're talking about remember i called it impeachment the movie because all they're talking about is how can we convince people and this is and the press is basically piling on the press is working with adam schiff how can we shoot this movie how can we shoot this story so it really affects voters which by the way they know now they're starting to realize they're not going to happen it's just not going to happen because i haven't got anything but here just just to show you because they do it openly it's amazing here is brian stelter with anna cabrera on cnn wondering how they can shoot this movie how they can tell this story so you give a rats what donald trump did in regards to ukraine how important is this week in terms of getting the american people invested and interested early on well this is the first internet impeachment right when you were the clinton white house joe the internet was still mostly a text media most people weren't really online yet there were no smartphones so this is the first time we're gonna have an impeachment process that is clipped and condensed and distorted and remixed in all of these ways shared on social media the reality is most people will not watch live although many many cnn viewers will most people will end up watching clips and then hearing about it later in the day as it's being digested whatever's said at the hearings i think that's really important you know that both democrats and republicans are going to be trying to control that messaging war i also think episode one so to speak matters a lot and i hate to say that because we're talking about basic democracy at risk here but from a television perspective democrats have to come out strong in that first episode no for the same reason that when we're watching on netflix or we're listening to a new podcast we only choose to keep listening if we're interested in episode one so i think the democrats know that but i'll be interested to see what kind of show they put on on wednesday morning trying to hook people even soledad o'brien used to work at cnn and said that was shameful that brian seltzer should be ashamed of himself but if i may ask you keep these three things in your head okay three things in your head overwhelmingly negative coverage i mean so negative it's absurd like 94 percent what was 96 unbelievably negative coverage the past disappears when it's pro-trump which has almost been which has been pretty consistent it's been pretty consistently pro-trump we're at peace where the economy is doing well people have jobs so things are actually uh actually going pretty well so the past vanishes that's that is number two and number three it's a show being organized between adam schiff and the press they are putting on a show meant to convince you that this is an important thing and as i've said again and again i think donald trump is 100 right on this it's it's nonsense it's it is a cover-up it is absolute nonsense okay so now let's talk about lieutenant colonel alexander vinman right because now they have selectively released some transcripts which is supposed to make this look like an open a process when of course it hasn't been whatsoever so remember lieutenant colonel alexander vinman he was the ukraine guy from the nsc from the national security council uh he was the guy the ukraine expert and he was the first guy who was on the phone when donald trump said the things he did that we have a transcript of so we know what was on there too but this is how this is how they promoted it on cbs and nbc remember now this is testimony they haven't heard they haven't heard it it's behind closed doors they're only getting democrat versions of it tonight bombshell impeachment testimony a decorated army officer testifies he sounded the alarm about the president's conduct it's the first testimony from a white house official who directly heard that controversial phone call with ukraine's leader we're going to begin with that damning impeachment testimony today from a key witness army lieutenant colonel alexander winman the national security council's top expert on ukraine is the first official to testify about what he directly heard during the controversial phone call that sparked the impeachment inquiry finman says what he heard concerned him and he alerted a top white house lawyer fenman joins other diplomats and former administration officials in confirming the details of the whistleblower's complaint he says he's not though the mysterious whistleblower one democrat is calling today's testimony the nail in the coffin nancy cordes leads off our coverage tonight on capitol hill there was dramatic testimony in the house impeachment investigation by a decorated war hero who works on the national security council and was among those who heard that phone call between president trump and his ukrainian counterpart hallie jackson now with late details on that bombshell testimony tonight for the first time a firsthand witness to the explosive conversation that ignited the mp wow wow yeah that was a bombshell right it was a bombshell it was explosive it was damning it was the nail in the coffin only not right because now this now the transcript comes out and remember they will never go back they will never go back it just disappears and say well wait a minute there were problems with that but luckily byron new york is reporting on very closely in the washington examiner and he points out first of all remember that it was a big deal you just heard it was a big deal that he was the first person who was actually on the on the phone call right but trump released the transcript of the phone call so the only way that would matter at all is if the transcript was false if he got on and said oh my god that transcript was completely false but in fact he attested reading off york's reporting vinman attested to the overall accuracy of the rough transcript contrary to some impeachment supporters who have suggested the white house is hiding an exact transcript that would reveal everything trump said to the ukrainian president as one of a half dozen white house notetakers listening to the call vindman testified that he tried unsuccessful unsuccessfully to make a few edits to the rough transcript as it was being prepared he wanted the word barisma the corrupt ukrainian energy company to be used instead of just the words the company but beyond that vinman had no problems with the transcript and he specifically said he did not believe so what's what's so what's it why is it a big deal that he was on the phone call we were all on the phone call we all had the transcript when trump's supporters stand behind him at his rallies and say read the transcript they're absolutely right they're absolutely right we saw it we saw what he said all the ways he talked and said if you could possibly do this it would be great and the ukrainian president said he had no idea they were holding up money the aid and he didn't feel any pressure whatsoever vindeman himself right in this bombshell damning nail in the coffin testimony right he he himself said he had no legal objections to what trump said he just didn't think it was good foreign policy vinman said several times again byron york and the washington examiner said several times that he was not a lawyer and did not know if trump's words amounted to a crime but he felt they were wrong that was when republican congressman john ratcliffe a former u.s attorney tried to get to the root of vinman's concerns what was really bothering him and here's the transcript this is radcliffe saying i'm trying to find out if you were reporting it because you thought there was something wrong with respect to policy or there was something wrong with respect to law and what i understand you to say is that you weren't certain that there was anything improper with respect to the law but you had concerns about u.s policy is that a fair characterization and in fact he says i would re-characterize characterize it says vinman as i thought it was wrong and i was sharing those views i was deeply concerned about the implications for bilateral relations u.s national security interests in that if this was exposed it would be seen as a partisan play by ukraine so he didn't like the presiFull review >>