Last week, the House Intelligence Committee released 57 transcripts of interviews it conducted in its investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election. MITCHELL: Sure. And how did you report it? GROSS: If Tillerson didn't want to answer your questions, were there other ways he could have handled it besides getting aides or security to physically escort you out of the room, to remove you from the room? Joe Biden gave a surprise interview to MSNBC ’s Andrea Mitchell on Thursday, just hours before Donald Trump accepts the Republican presidential nomination and … GROSS: Not necessarily. Was Rudy Giuliani busted with ‘Borat’s daughter … with one hand down his pants? Thank you. And, certainly, by the time I got to NBC 41 years ago, there was a woman White House correspondent but very few others. I started filling in more and with Judy Woodruff and the late John Palmer, who were our White House correspondents. Don’t pay attention to Americans employed right now, but instead let’s focus on this counter-narrative.”, Schiff never directly addressed the Wall Street Journal editorial, instead saying, “American people see through this.”. The authoritative record of NPR’s programming is the audio record. And they were thinking of drawing down on the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, which, of course, is what is now in play again. Don’t pay attention to Americans dying right now. Barbara Walters was at the "Today" show transitioning from being one kind of host to finally fighting her way to get, you know, past the male anchors who were stopping her from asking news questions. UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #2: Andrea, press is departing the room. MITCHELL: Well, you know, I felt a sense of responsibility. In reality, Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in an interview with “60 Minutes” in March there was no need for Americans to be walking around with masks, even though many people in China — where the virus originated — were doing so. And it's not coherent because, of course, they don't have people filling these key posts. And John Powers will review Attica Locke's new novel about an African American Texas Ranger searching for the vanished child of a white supremacist. Did you know her well? But I recall that my very first press conference with Reagan in 1981, I had come only a few months into the - into his administration right after the assassination attempt. GROSS: This is FRESH AIR. And Larry Summers called and said, you can't do this story. So before we look back on all the years you've done so far in your career, I want to talk a little bit with you about another pioneering woman journalist, and that's Cokie Roberts, who worked with NPR for many years and at ABC News. Mitchell did not offer any follow-up questions and wrapped up the interview. “I’m going to be a fact-checker on the floor,” Biden said. And fortunately when I got to Washington, you know, there was Lesley Stahl and, you know, Cokie Roberts, whom we just lost, and my great friend Judy Woodruff, who made so many things possible for me by having gotten to the NBC News bureau first before I did and then being so welcoming. GROSS: Do you feel like your boundaries are shifted a little bit in terms of, like, subjective things that you could say about this president because the norms have been shattered, because he's shattered so many norms, because so many people are so concerned about the direction he's taking the country in and about, you know, even about war - that we might, you know, inadvertently, accidentally get into or intentionally get into, perhaps through a tweet? And next week, she will receive a Lifetime Achievement Emmy at the News and Documentary Emmy Awards. And I stopped covering anything in the economic arena. And he was such a divisive figure in Philly. Trump's criticisms of Obama era Syria policies, Trump lifts sanctions on Turkey, claims victory 'against all evidence from the ground', D.C. Mayor Bowser on Kamala Harris: 'For Black women, we see ourselves in her', Sheryl Sandberg details the "broken rungs" for women in the workplace, Marking a century since the ratification of the 19th amendment, Fmr. And it was hard being a woman because there were so few women reporters that he didn't - he wasn't familiar with, you know, dealing with women reporters. Mitchell has also been a trailblazer for women journalists. And she anchors "Andrea Mitchell Reports" at noon, Eastern time, on MSNBC. We moved in a direction that made sense.”. That is unfortunate. GROSS: You've referred to the conflict you've felt about wanting to be nice and wanting to be liked and, on the other hand, asking really tough questions and knowing that that's not going to endear you to (laughter) the person you're asking, that you're going to get a lot of grief for that. I had of course been planning to ask him about the significant, historic White House breakthrough between Israel and two Arab nations that he helped broker.”. Can Trump still win? But I was, you know, cautioned not to expect much because I was going to be sitting way in the back of the East Room, under the cameras in the last row. "Both countries have quietly dealt with Israel for years, sharing intelligence against Iran, a common enemy. Have there been more instances of that where you had to, like, stand on a box? Can you share with us how you've handled that over the years? And what was really awful, later - I discovered immediately afterward - he had checked in with the White House, with the National Security Council, right before going on stage - his people had - and said is anything going on, they had asked. Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. GROSS: Let me reintroduce you here. GROSS: You're married to Alan Greenspan, the former chair of the Federal Reserve. And you came up at similar times. Keep in touch with Andrea Mitchell on Twitter. You know, we were - it was a report. However, Mitchell told her viewers on Wednesday that despite scheduling his interview on her show days prior, Kushner canceled just hours before he was set to appear on-air. All market data delayed 20 minutes. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #1: Andrea, press are departing the hall (ph). I mean, it just says so much about how this White House does not operate in terms of the proper role of a national security adviser. The result of this campaign, which is now very targeted during the reelection campaign, is to make people not believe us when we fact-check him. I think his use of Twitter and his accusations and the personal attacks have required us to be much stronger in fact-checking and correcting the record. MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell mistakenly claimed that President Donald Trump was wrong in his assertion Thursday that the country’s lead immunologist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, initially advised Americans not to wear a mask at the outset of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S. “The president today is challenging his own public health officials about whether schools can safely reopen and about public gatherings as the pandemic reaches crisis levels in key states,” Mitchell said Friday as she teased her show, “Andrea Mitchell Reports.”. And we traveled everywhere - 13, 14, 17 people at a time from the press corps. This was the first time since Henry Kissinger, who traveled with the press corps, that the State Department press corps was not in a pool, traveling, paying our own way with the secretary around the world. Biden, though, said that he has agreed to participate in the three debates scheduled by the Commission on Presidential Debates, with the first one scheduled on Sept. 29. And he was doing a photo-op with the Ukrainian foreign minister at the State Department. NPR transcripts are created on a rush deadline by Verb8tm, Inc., an NPR contractor, and produced using a proprietary transcription process developed with NPR. Uh huh. And he called on me. And he was cursing me out. And it was 1987, and I asked a question about the revelation that Israel had helped with money for the Iran-Contra operation illegally. GROSS: OK, describe what we're not actually seeing, because this is radio. And I said Mr. Mayor, you said that to me. “He is rooting for more violence, not less.”. GROSS: (Laughter) Shouting questions at presidents. And it really damages the president and his policies. window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || []; ", She went on to describe how Palestinians were "abandoned by their Arab neighbors" and how they were left "powerless to do anything except protest.". BizPacReview |. The White House has announced on Twitter that Vladimir Putin is coming to the White House in the fall. And he answered incorrectly. But the advantage of being short - because there is an advantage - is that if you're trying to be seen and shout a question at a president of the United States, you can crawl under the tripods of the camera crews, pop up on the other side on the frontline and not get in the way of the camera. Follow him on Twitter at @briansflood. It's a term - and enemy of the people is a term that goes back to Joseph Stalin, if not earlier. “As evidence of the growing divide, the president openly criticizing Dr. Anthony Fauci on Fox last night,” she added. I was female, and I was asking difficult questions. And I had no idea that he would have been involved in that, but they had consulted him on the economic impacts of it. I'm ducking under the camera, trying not to get in the camera's way, and just trying to get an answer. But you didn't feel that every day you had to be, of necessity, correcting the president of the United States or the press secretary for false statements. You were both women journalists in broadcasting at times when there were very few women in broadcasting in the journalism end of things. “When they occurred, we didn’t have to call in the National Guard,” Biden said. And you were always asking him really tough questions. Let's tweet this out. You can go into advertising or promotion, which I didn't have any interest or skill for. UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #2: Thank you. “When you’re in the middle of an outbreak might make people feel a little bit better and it might even block a droplet,” he explained. He didn't come to the table with a lot of intelligence experience. I want you to explain that. I mean, he's retired now from - you know, he's no longer chair of the Fed. But he did. I'm Terry Gross. And so for reporters, it was always a, you know, somewhat combative attempt to pin him down. I recorded this interview with her yesterday, shortly after the news broke that journalist Cokie Roberts had died. If you're just joining us, my guest is Andrea Mitchell, chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC News and anchor of "Andrea Mitchell Reports" on MSNBC. WSJ EDITORIAL BOARD: ALL THE ADAM SCHIFF TRANSCRIPTS – CHAIR KNEW THERE WAS NO PROOF OF RUSSIA-TRUMP COLLUSION. “We did not want them to be without the equipment that they needed.”, Interestingly, despite initially misleading the public, Fauci complained about “anti-science” people who “don’t believe authority” in a mid-June episode of the Department of Health and Human Services’ podcast “Learning Curve.”. And I called you. And I, as a former energy correspondent, which I did before I started covering Reagan - I was the energy correspondent for NBC, and there was an oil crisis. Here we go. He only released them last week when the White House threatened to do it first,” the editorial board wrote. And congratulations on your Emmy. He wasn't taking reporters on the airplane. Biden’s running mate, Kamala Harris, will give a speech in Washington later on Thursday about the COVID-19 crisis. No, no. And I called the mayor to get his reaction. Donald Trump To Do ABC News Town Hall With Undecided Voters, Walmart Stock Zooms On Joint Bid With Microsoft For TikTok As Kevin Mayer Exit Continues To Reverberate, Kevin Mayer Exits As TikTok CEO; Disney Exec Joined Trump-Slammed Video-Sharing App In June. MITCHELL: We were close. He was a classic bully. He could bring us on his airplane, as Mike Pompeo could. Were you close? MITCHELL: I recall that one of the chapters in my book is called Designated Shouter, and that was my job for many years at the Reagan White House was shouting and trying to be heard over a helicopter.

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