Jennifer Griffin, Joe Biden, Clayton Neville discussed on Austin's Morning News
Ladies and gentlemen, you have found the tide of dogs shown now 5 49, who would move out the military first, the military goes last and safely. And, sadly, those 13 great soldiers and 200 people, You know 200 people more than 200. People were killed and a lot of people are badly injured. That's former President Donald Trump, talking with Fox reporter Greg Gut Field about the current White House and how they failed to follow the plan made by his administration to contain the Taliban in Afghanistan when he said that since President Trump or he calls it. The past administration signed the deal. Not one soldier was shot at. Okay. I think of that. You know why? Because they knew the consequences, and our conditions were tough. Now Joe Biden characterizes his administration is inheriting a flawed Afghanistan policy. They understood what I said, and there was no way they were going to do anything to us. We could have taken our time we could have taken a year two years. Meanwhile, the Taliban has unveiled who it wants to lead Afghanistan, putting forward a government filled With known extremists. Military matters. The new interim Taliban cabinet is all male and includes a terrorist wanted by the FBI and four former Guantanamo detainees released in a controversial prisoner swap. The new interim prime minister, Mullah Mohammad Akande faces UN sanctions was close to former Taliban leader Mullah Omar, who welcomed Osama bin Laden to Afghanistan and in the last Taliban government before 9 11, the new defense minister, is the son of Mullah Omar, the spiritual founder of the Taliban. New interim Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani has the blood of hundreds of American troops on his hands is currently holding an American hostage has been financed by the Pakistan government for years and has up to $10 million bounty on his head from the FBI. Then there are the four Taliban senior leaders once detained at Guantanamo Bay. They were released by the Obama administration in 2014 in a controversial prisoner swap in exchange for the release of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, who was kidnapped by the Taliban after deserting his post for military matters at the Pentagon. Jennifer Griffin. Fox News is 5 51 opponents to the state's new fetal heartbeat law are working to fight its Here's newsman Clayton Neville. The New Texas law bans abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can happen as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. The law doesn't include exceptions for rape or incest and is being challenged in court. But Texas Governor Greg Abbott defended it. When asked why force a rape victim to carry her baby to term. It doesn't require that at all, because obviously it provides at least six weeks for a person to be able to Get an abortion. The long bans abortion six weeks into a pregnancy, though not six weeks after a woman learns she's pregnant pregnancy dates back to a woman's last period. So if she missed her next 14 weeks later, that would only leave two weeks to decide a plan and get an abortion. When speaking about protecting victims of rape. The governor made clear goal number one in the state of Texas is to eliminate rape, so that no woman no person Will be a victim of rape with Republican state leaders behind him. Abbott announced his plan. We eliminate all rapists from the streets of Texas by aggressively going out and Arresting them and prosecuting them and getting them off the streets. Critics, though point to recent surveys by the U. S. Department of Justice that found about one in three victims reported they were raped or sexually assaulted and that most rapes go unreported to police. The governor said he'll boost resources for rape victims. But the federal government with a message for Texas women, this law is a violation of your rights and we are going to do everything we can to provide assistance as quickly as we can. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. The Department of Health and Human Services is a key component. They are going to look for ways to to make sure we are providing access. To healthcare to women in Texas. The pushback hasn't just been directed at the governor, but the state as a whole. Lawmakers in Portland, Oregon, will vote on an emergency resolution next week to ban the city's trade of goods and services from Texas. On Twitter, Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick responded by calling Portland a Dumpster fire and insisting Texas is thriving. But it's not a small chunk of change. According to Portland City leaders, the city bought more than $34 million in goods and services originating from Texas over the last five years. Governor Abbott and Republican lawmakers in Texas, though not backing down from their promise to protect the unborn. I'm Clayton Neville. It is 5 53. Here at K L. B. J. Joe Biden plans to unveil his latest national effort against the coronavirus later today, newsman Griff Jenkins tells us this afternoon, the president will address the nation on what's being built as his robust plan to stop the spread of the Delta variant and boost covid-19 vaccinations for the White House says it will include six steps with new components like access to testing mandates, ensuring kids are protected in schools. In pushing more people to get vaccinated. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says the plan is all about getting back to pre pandemic life. The announcement also expected to tighten regulations at schools. This after leaked emails appeared to show the White House officials bending to threats of the teachers union on school openings now John Hopkins University counted 176,000 new covid cases Wednesday, along with more than 2000 deaths. There are signs that illegal immigration is slowing in the state of Texas. But just a little bit. The feds set to release the monthly illegal immigration statistics. Monica Weisberg Stewart of the Texas Border Coalition says she's been told that the flow is going from 3000 captured today down to about 2500. The trend started when the president announced that he wanted to process asylum claims at the border. What we are hearing is just the rhetoric alone is sending some strong messages, which is real important. Meanwhile, Border agents say they're seeing an increase in runners. Try to evade apprehension along the border, particularly since the Trump era remain in Mexico policy was reinstated for most asylum seekers. In San Antonio. Michael board TSN news, Italian.