Senator Bill Nelson, California, Secretary discussed on Glenn Beck

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Morning. Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News. The campfire in northern California has scorched some one hundred thirty thousand acres and is now thirty five percent contained. Well, the death toll has reached forty eight nine thousand firefighters have been battling the wildfires which have become the deadliest and costliest state history. Cal fire spokesman Steve Kauffman single family residence, damaged seventy five. Single family residence destroyed seventy six hundred those who survived have been scrambling to find a place to stay in southern California. Evacuation orders were lifted for many of the areas affected by the Wolseley fire another round of upheaval isn't golfing, the White House with the future of several senior aides in doubt just a week after congressional elections three Trump cabinet members chief of staff John Kelly, homeland security secretary Kirsten, Nelson and interior secretary. Ryan Zinke could soon be gone. Sources say President Trump is also ready to dismiss my Ricardo deputy national security advisor at the request of his wife after a clash between the two over the first lady's recent trip to Africa Senator Bill Nelson campaign, and the Democratic Party have filed a lawsuit to lift the deadline on a statewide recount taking place in Florida arguing that they are arbitrary and impose a severe burden on the right to vote. If successful the suit would extend the deadline for recounting all the votes. Nielsen says Nelson either says. More time is needed. Sadly, it's become clear that my opponent isn't interested in making sure that every lawful vote.

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