Mika Brzezinski, Mike Pompeo Abud, China discussed on Rich Stevens

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Santa's heading down the chimney, Mika Brzezinski, the co host on MSNBC's morning, Joe is issuing an apology for an alleged, homophobic, slur. This morning Brzezinski issued a forty second on air apology for calling secretary of state Mike Pompeo Abud boy shortly after the show began at six AM Brzezinski said I wanted to address a term that I used on this show Wednesday that was vulgar, I knew it right away. And I tweeted that it was a terrible choice of words that I was sorry Brzezinski used the term after Pompeo said the conclusion was inaccurate. But the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman had ordered the murder of dissident journalist Jamal kashogi Mike Bauer. NBC News Radio. Stocks are opening sharply lower on wall. St. Street amid concerns about a global economic slowdown data showing China's weaker-than-expected industrial output and lingering trade worries are weighing on the markets. Despite the fact that China's temporarily cutting it's twenty five percent tariff. I knew us made cars trucks and auto parts. The Chinese finance ministry said today it will suspend the tariffs for ninety days beginning January first the ministry also said it hopes the US China get speed up negotiations to remove all other tariffs on each other's products. Free speech gets a win in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles community college district has agreed to settle a lawsuit from a student who was barred from handing out copies of the US constitution district officials said this week that they will greatly enlarged. These so called free speech zone on campuses and simplify the process for students who want to use it. The US Justice department got involved in the suit saying that the district's policies on free speech were unconstitutional, Jason Kam, Padania NBC, News Radio. He was trying to hide what you're doing. Correct. Correct. Any knew it was wrong. Of.

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