Los Angeles Dodgers, Don Sutton, President Trump discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

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Newly elected president won't take office for hours yet, but the Senate is back at work with the impeachment looming. Lawmakers are also holding hearings for President elect Biden's Cabinet nominees. A major focus in homeland security nominee Alejandro My or Kisses confirmation hearing. Bide administration immigration policy. My artists was pressed by Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney on handling a new migrant caravan if people qualify under the law, To remain in the United States than we will apply the law accordingly, if they do not qualify to remain in the United States than they won't at Treasury nominee Janet Yellen's confirmation, she expressed strong support for a key Biden priority. Another major covert relief package boxes. Mike Emanuel. The Justice Department closes an insider trading investigation into Senator Richard Burr without filing criminal charges. The North Carolina Republican sold more than $1.5 million in stocks early in the Cove ID pandemic. In a statement, burst, said the case is now closed. I'm glad to hear it. Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton, a mainstay of the Los Angeles Dodgers, dies at 77 Don Sutton's first season in the majors was spent in the L. A Dodgers starting pitching rotation with the likes of Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and Claude hosting he would strike out 209 batters that season. At that time, the most by a rookie pitcher. He would go on to stand with the Houston Astros. Milwaukee Brewers Oakland athletics, then California Angels. We're coming back to the doctors for two more seasons and calling it a career in 1988. Something would go on to the broadcast booth for the Dodgers in the Atlanta Braves, inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1998, the same year that the Dodgers would retire his number 20 Man, Napolitano, Fox News and Stocks kicked.

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