Seventy Eight Degree, Twelve Fifteen Years, Two Billion Dollars discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

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Plead guilty to lesser state charges that has led some Democrats the call for a constant to resign senator Richard Blumenthal Acosta should resign and there should be hearings in the United States Senate involving the esteem Acosta trump connection CBS news correspondent Paula read with reaction from president trump president appears to be standing by his labor secretary we asked him in the president said that he believes a constant is done a great job in his position the president said that he believes many lawyers many judges twelve fifteen years after the fact we'll always have things where they wish they had handled them differently CBS news update a math paper clear skies downtown seventy eight degree is good evening I'm Jason Scott WWJ news time eight thirty two mourners remembering auto industry legend Lee Iacocca today at a visitation which ended about one hour ago newsradio nine fifty is John Hewitt's was there well there were several notable visitors like former Chrysler president Bob Lutz and former Michigan governor Jim Blanchard who stop by here at lunch and sons funeral home in Clawson many others never knew Lee Iacocca at all but felt they also had to come by among the Raymond tries to Rochester hills a forty seven year Chrysler employee Warren in sterling stamping just to show that I appreciated what he did Robert Schneider of Warren who worked at the old Chrysler plant became emotional when talking about I a coca man he said felt like family he saved our pensions and our jobs got busted a fearless schedule for eleven o'clock Wednesday morning at St Hugo of the hills Catholic Church Michael who will be buried at white chapel cemetery in Troy John he with WWJ newsradio nine fifty Ross Perot has died he was the original billionaire who tapped into working class anger as a foundation for a presidential campaign one of the wealthiest men in the country when he ran for president in nineteen ninety two H. Ross Perot body suits at men's warehouse and does he showed Morley safer on sixty minutes drove an eighty year old Oldsmobile the Texans populist campaign laser it on stagnant wages and big government best kept secret America twelve hundred I have a jets worth two billion dollars flying government officials around why can't they try and act like we live okay go to the airport get implants lose your luggage either by a male have a taste reality the political reality of nineteen ninety two was right for populism CBS's Jim Axelrod reporting Perot died today at age eighty nine after a battle with leukemia now former Wayne State University professor who worked for Ross Perot's says he could have been the first businessman president in U. S. history Frank Richter was a writer for the self made billionaire between nineteen ninety two and nineteen ninety six and says he understood how to use the media of his era cable news and the infomercials connecting with people about issues beyond that Richter says the founder of EDS also took time to help on international affairs that he cared about have you got mercenary special forces people of mercenaries are you prepared to go in and stir up those people out EDS employees out of your own into Turkey and he always champion the P. O. W. E. N. in Vietnam like people like McCain and help the families again throw died today at age eighty nine of leukemia W. W. J. news time eight thirty five a federal appeals court finding the president's cannot black critics on Twitter because that amounts to violating the first amendment the second circuit court of appeals says the government is not permitted to amplifying favored speech by banning or burdening view points with which it disagrees the Manhattan court warning it would be a violation of free speech for any elected official the use of social media account for all manner of official purposes and then do exclude critics sixty one million presidential followers of Donald Trump on Twitter that is an enormous public space and this is important not just for this presidency but for all future presidencies because essentially what the.

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