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Oh, eight tenths Gabby. You're now hearing from the speaker of the house after this morning's op Ed in the New York Times, ten o'clock at K G O. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. Ethan Bearman is going to join the guessing game in a moment. I the op-ed was purportedly written by a senior administration official talks of aids who have formed a resistance inside the Trump administration. The writer says the idea is to protect the nation from the president's more misguided impulses. And now speaker Paul Ryan is speaking out. I know the president is very unconventional. I know is is is tweeting and unconventional. Tactics bother people. But the results of government are good results. President Trump reacted by simply tweeting treason. Partisan tensions are on full display at the confirmation hearing for Brett cavenaugh, President Trump's choice for the supreme court. One Senator admits to breaking the rules and says he's willing to pay the price. Bring it. I say New Jersey Senator Corey Booker who released eight meals of bread Kavanagh's time in the Bush Whitehouse expressing a willingness to consider racial profiling in days following the September eleven attacks. I come from a long line is all of us Americans understand what that kind of civil disobedience. It's my understand the consequences. I'm going to release the Email about racial profiling, and I understand that that the penalty comes with potential ousting from the Senate Republican Senator John Cornyn said Booker could face expulsion for making public what the Trump administration said should not be accusing the democrat of grandstanding running for president is no excuse for violating the rules of the Senate. Bob. Costantini, washington. He knew crack has been found in a thirty sixth floor window of the millennium tower in San Francisco the tower has sunk seventeen inches and tilted fourteen since it opened nearly ten years ago when that window cracked it was heard throughout the throughout the.