Senator Bill Nelson, Fox News, Florida discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup


With a deadline. I'm Paul Stevens. Fox news. The state of Florida starting recounts and racist for a US Senate seat and governor Republican governor Rick Scott leading incumbent Senator Bill Nelson by twelve thousand votes out of eight million cast. He spoke with Chris Wallace this morning Bill Nelson's a sore loser. He's been in politics way. Too long forty two years. He just won't give up Nelson's vying for a fourth term, and he's accusing the Scott team and Republicans of attending to block legitimate votes from being counted, quote, we believe when every legal ballot is counted will win this election. Florida's governor's race where Republican Ron to Santa's leaves by point four one of a percentage point over Tallahassee democratic mayor Andrew gillum that is also subject to a recount the census leave what he's maintained this leaves. This Tuesday night is only thirty three thousand votes. Fox's feel Keating. A Thursday deadline has been set for. For those recounts a day of speeches into solemn ceremony Sunday with some seventy world leaders. Remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice in what's been called the war to end all wars, the American symmetry, and surrendered to Paris suburbs. President Trump hailing the allied victory in World War One on this day in the year, nineteen eighteen church bells rang families embraced celebrations, as you know, fill the streets like never before the president heading back to the United States. He skipping a peace conference hosted by French president, Emmanuel Macron, the French leader gave a speech earlier at another ceremony attacking nationalism. In Paris, Simon Owen, Fox News of eastern Ukraine regions controlled by Russia back separatist rebels holding elections today for local governments those elections announced by both Kiev and western governments. This is Fox News. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey, fellow sports fans at sandy west. And I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back in nineteen thirty where the Chicago Bears thirty game unbeaten streak ends to the Boston Redskins. They lose ten to nothing staying with streaks this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy one the LA Lakers starting thirty three game consecutive winning streak. And oh, why not here's another street this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty two the Cleveland Cavaliers lose their twenty four th consecutive game. Which at the time was the NBA record the seventy Sixers hold that. Currently with twenty eight this week in one thousand nine hundred four George Foreman at the age of forty five becomes boxing's oldest heavyweight champion when he defeats twenty six year old Michael Moore in the tenth round of their WBA fight in Las Vegas this week in one thousand nine hundred five Art Modell, owner of the Cleveland Browns announces the team is moving to Baltimore. They would be. Come. The ravens this week in one thousand nine hundred six Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is the unanimous choice as AL rookie of the year and happy birthday to the inventor of basketball and also the football helmet bet. You didn't know that Dr James Naismith born in Ontario in eighteen sixty one that's your iheartradio weekend.

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