Miles Taylor, President Trump, Boston Athletic Association discussed on Austin's Morning News

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See? That's why we must vote Yes. On Amendment one on the November ballot. We must end partisan gerrymandering so that we can choose who represents us. An amendment one will put new language taken from the 14th amendment and the Voting Rights Act into the Virginia Constitution. I see. So for the first time in 400 years, Amendment one will allow citizens direct involvement in the process of drawing voting districts, and it'll add new civil rights protections, which sounds good to me, and that's not all. Voting? Yes. On amendment One will protect our right to vote. Well, I'm going to vote Yes. On Amendment one to put the power in our hands paid for by fair maps, Virginia. Who is Miles Taylor. President Trump tweeted that, adding Never heard of him. Turns out he's anonymous, a Trump critic who emerged from his administration a few years ago, and the president called Just another New York Times scam of fraud, Anonymous Gnome or Miles Taylor, the former chief of staff, the Department of Homeland Security has claimed authorship of the New York Times op ed published in 2018. In a scathing book, published last year, titled A Warning, Both the newspaper piece in the book described the president is incompetent and unfit for office. Taylor left the administration and has recently been an outspoken and public critic, becoming a contributor at CNN. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany calls Taylor the epitome of the swamp, the two faced liar who push their own agenda. Sharon Talbert Fox News The FBI's warning of more cyber attacks ran somewhere extortion with hackers targeting healthcare systems. In the U. S. Last month, Universal Health Systems was hit shutting down computers affecting doctors in patient care. The Corona virus did a number on sports in 2020, with long delays and some canceled events and either reduced crowds or not at all, And already something's been pushed back next year. The Boston Athletic Association Wednesday announced the Boston Marathon will not run April 19th carrying the tradition of being held on Patriots Day instead delay to the fall of 2021 because of the Corona virus pandemic. Boston Athletic Association CEO Tom Broke address making the decision Now with CBS News. People have to make plans for this. They trained for it. On. We wanted to make sure that people knew as soon as it was clear to us. This year's Boston Marathon did not take place in person, instead operating as a virtual race to be a hoping to allow for an event next year to commemorate the marathon's 125th running Matt Napolitano, Fox News on Wall Street futures are up, but not nearly as much as stocks plunged.

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