George Conway, prominent attorney and husband to White House aide Kellyanne Conway, explained why he thinks President Donald Trump needs to be removed from office on MSNBC on Wednesday. “To go back to the point about him still asserting that it’s ‘perfect,’ he actually has convinced himself of that. And it’s not only debilitating to his defense, it shows why he needs to be removed,” Conway said.“Because he doesn’t understand, he can’t comprehend why what he did was so wrong. He’s incapable of carrying out the duties of his office.” “Do you think that anything that happened today changed the sort of sense of what the calculation is that he’s likely to be impeached by the House but that it’s a really steep hill to see him convicted in the Senate?” MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace asked. “I think–I don’t know that it changed this day, in and of itself, has changed anything. It may have … [Read more...] about George Conway: Trump ‘Needs To Be Removed’ From Office
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Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart currently have the number one film at the box office with “The Upside” despite less than enthusiastic reviews from critics. Over the weekend, the movie opened to 19.6 million in North America — which was a huge number given that it wasn’t supposed to kick off to more than 10 million and after critics gave it poor reviews, according to the Hollywood Reporter Monday. It has a 40 percent fresh rating at the movie review site, RottenTomatoes.com. (RELATED: Bryan Cranston Says ‘Sexual Predatory Behavior Is Not A Hollywood Problem’)Actors Kevin Hart and Ken Jeong pose backstage after presenting an award during the 73rd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 10, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson “Hollywood can be an echo chamber. The general public processes information very differently,” Adam Fogelson, chairman of STXfilms shared. “I think this movie came to market with very few … [Read more...] about Bryan Cranston And Kevin Hart Crushing At The Box Office With ‘The Upside’
Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Life Sciences & Medical Technology Group co-hosted a Medical Devices Market Trends & Opportunities Educational Breakfast with engineering and scientific consulting firm Exponent. The event was held Nov. 12 in the firm’s Boston office. BOSTON (PRWEB) November 13, 2019 Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Life Sciences & Medical Technology Group co-hosted a Medical Devices Market Trends & Opportunities Educational Breakfast with engineering and scientific consulting firm Exponent. The event was held Nov. 12 in the firm’s Boston office. The event addressed trends in the medtech industry, identified opportunities for innovators to develop intellectual property (IP), examined energy and power management for medical devices, and discussed the requirements and constraints that originate from patients, physicians, and regulatory agencies. From 8:00 – 9:30 a.m., David J. Dykeman, patent attorney and … [Read more...] about Greenberg Traurig’s Boston Office Hosts Medical Devices Market Trends & Opportunities Breakfast
I recall a time some years ago sitting around my newsroom. There was a collective, palpable hatred toward then-Politico writer Glenn Thrush for any number of reasons. The main one being that he was a liberal writer disguising himself as an objective reporter. But there were other vague reasons for people’s disgust. He seemed like a slime ball. He talked weird. They didn’t like his hat. But I kinda liked him.And at various points I made it clear, either through emails or text — or out loud — that I liked him and that he wasn’t as bad as they were making him out to be. Thrush even showed up to an extravagant Daily Caller party at the Hay Adams hotel after one of our reporters wrote several damning pieces about him. He warmly greeted the reporter and joked with him. Who does that? My coworkers didn’t care that I liked him. I didn’t care that they did not. That’s the way it went. We enjoyed our opinions. And I refused to engage in Group Think … [Read more...] about In Defense Of Glenn Thrush: He Deserves Better
Good morning, Bay Area. It’s Thursday, Nov. 14, and San Francisco was introduced Wednesday to two men taking the reins of two very different city institutions. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Stumping for Prop. 13 reform California property taxes are one area that U.S. presidents have no control over, but that hasn’t stopped candidates for the Democratic nomination from lining up behind a prospective ballot measure to overhaul Proposition 13, the state’s landmark tax-cutting law. Former Vice President Joe Biden offered his support last week, becoming the eighth presidential candidate to endorse the proposal to raise taxes for large commercial properties while keeping Prop. 13’s limits in place for homeowners. All the leading contenders, including Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, are now on board with the measure, which has not yet qualified for the November 2020 ballot. The audience for the presidential hopefuls’ message is … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: Why do presidential candidates suddenly care about California property taxes?