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"100 senators" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Band was there and they began to wail and jumping on the job began to swing. You should've hadn't knocked out jail back. Sing that wrong. Yeah. Hey, welcome back to the situation of Michael Brown and Ko a news radio. So here's what happened in Texas. Dan. Well, hang on. Let me set this up properly. You know, Democrats are all in the dither over the filibuster. Filibuster is a procedural rule that says, if you want to vote on an issue, this is this is true. That's true in most states, and it's certainly true in Congress, and there are most upset about it in Congress. That if you and it used to be in the old days It used to be if you wanted to filibuster. In other words, if you wanted to stop or prevent a debate, a vote on a particular issue, you had to stand up and you had to literally filibuster. You had to stand up and you had the speech of fire. You had to talk until you were well. You have to keep talking. And the minute you stop talking that ended the filibuster and the vote could be held. Senators would stand up and they would read the they would read the New York City phone book. They would just go on and on and on well in In modern times, They've changed their Where you don't have to actually give a speech. You can go down and you can flag a particular vote until the clerk in the Senate that you're filibustering this particular vote. How do you overcome that? Well, that's where this 60 vote requirement comes in. This is a Senate rules, not a. It's not a Supreme Court decision. It's not a statute is a It is a Senate rule. And the rule says to stop debate in the technical terms, invoked culture. You have to get 60 votes out of 100 senators, and if you get the 60 votes, then that stops the filibuster that stops the debate, and then you can call for a vote on whatever the issue is. And Democrats are really upset about that, even though the Democrats are the ones that eliminated the filibuster for court nominations. Well, now that the Senate is tied, they are really upset because they don't have the votes to stop a filibuster. So they think that's wrong and that you know, just the majority vote. Just you know, 50 50 tie broken by the vice president who is the president of the Senate that that ought to be enough to stop debate and vote on an issue. And otherwise, If you don't do that, according to the Democrats, what you're doing is you're killing democracy. So let's think about what happened in Texas in Texas. Republican controlled legislature. Passes out or attempts to pass out a bill that would require voter ID. It would expand some days for voting would expand some hours for voting. It would limit some other It would put some restrictions on like an absentee ballots and how long you have to requested, etcetera. But it's it's pretty much of about. It's a balance security issue. It's a ballot security bill. So what the Democrats do Well, since they couldn't filibuster they just walk out. They literally just walked out of the state Capitol in Austin and went home. That killed the quorum. So without a quorum, they didn't have enough votes to pass this bill. In other words, they filibustered, but they filibustered by not showing up by not doing their job. And I just find that the cognitive dissonance between Democrats at all levels. I just find absolutely fascinating. Oh, they hated at the federal level, but we'll do it at the state level. We'll just walk out. Since we can't technically filibuster. We'll just go home. So Governor Robert down in Texas, probably going to call a special session and require them to come in. You know, in some states are read enough history, you'll find it in some states, which has been a special session called and legislators have refused to show up because they don't want to vote on whatever issue the governor wants them to vote on. They've actually sent state troopers out like to go round up these legislators and bring them back to the state capital. I love I would love to see that in Texas. See the Texas Rangers in Texas State troopers go round up Democrats enforcement back into the capital and then lock them in there until they do their vote. American Airlines has now joined the virtue signaling party in as the legislatures and tech legislators in Texas tried to pass this voter I d law. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker might want to think about his hypocrisy. Course. Delta has the same problem. Because all of these airlines Delta and American and if it happens in Colorado United two, or Illinois United, they all flight all these foreign countries. According to John Locke, who is a Second Amendment expert. But in this case, he's served as a senior adviser to the Department of Justice's Office of Legal Policy dealing with voter fraud. Here's what he writes. 47 nations surveyed in Europe a place where on other matters American progressives often look to with envy. All but one country requires a government issued photo I d to vote 74% of European countries entirely ban absentee voting for citizens who reside domestically in other words, you have to literally be out of the country. In these 47 countries in Europe. You have to literally be out of the country in order to qualify and get an absentee ballot. Hell's Bells and Most states. You just signed. An affidavit says You're not gonna be around town and so send me a ballot. Or like in Colorado, we just mail them out to everybody. Another 6% in Europe limit absentee ballots to those that are in the hospital or in the military. And then they require third party verification and a photo photo I d. 15% require photo ID for absentee voting, and similarly, John.

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"100 senators" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on AP News

"Billion infrastructure proposal. It's a counter offer to President Biden's $1.7 trillion plan. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito says this meets the goals set by President Biden in their meeting at the Oval Office to try to Reach somewhere near a trillion dollars. Over an eight year period of time that would include our baseline spending. We have achieved that goal. The government says the economy grew in a robust annual rate of 6.4% of the first three months of the year, unchanged from the initial estimate. The government says the number of people filing for unemployment benefits last week reached a new pandemic low. More from the AP is Jennifer King. A record number of jobs are now being advertised. But many businesses complained they still can't find enough applicants. Most Republican governors have decided to curtail unemployment aid and 24 states, including Texas and Florida, have said they'll stop paying out the supplemental $300 week federal jobless payment. His ex wife says the man who shot and killed nine people in a California rail yard and killed himself. Had talked about killing people at work more than a decade ago. This is AP News 2021 has been a very busy year so far for volcanic activity. NASA scientists now say they may be able to forecast eruptions more accurately in the future, thanks to satellite data. Carcillo Gerona is a researcher at the university, Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute reviews And Many fatalities. And also, uh, directions are able to disrupt the life off the people living nearby. Researchers say. Satellite data may help forecast eruptions months or even years in advance, so we basically combined all the different mythologies. With their understand what's going on in the subsurface on also to provide forecasts off the activity. The key point of this research is they can, in principle used these signs of heat off the release of heat to better anticipate volcanic activity. Ed Donahue. AP News Good Morning I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News MINUTE Republicans in the Senate are ready to deploy the filibuster to block a commission to look into the January capital riot. The filibuster is a time honored Senate tradition that requires a vote by 60 of the 100 senators to cut off debate and advance a bill on Capitol Hill today is Gladys Sick, Nick, her son, Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick died at the Capitol January 6th. Usually I'm staying background.

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"100 senators" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on AP News

"Billion infrastructure proposal. It's a counter offer to President Biden's $1.7 trillion plan. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capital says this meets the goals set by President Biden in their meeting at the Oval Office to try to Reach somewhere near a trillion dollars. Over an eight year period of time that would include our baseline spending. We have achieved that goal. The government says the economy grew at a robust annual rate of 6.4% of the first three months of the year, unchanged from the initial estimate. The government says the number of people filing for unemployment benefits last week reached a new pandemic low more from the A. P S. Jennifer King, a record number of jobs are now being advertised. But many businesses complained they still can't find enough applicants. Most Republican governors have decided to curtail unemployment Aid and 24 states, including Texas and Florida, have said they'll stop paying out the supplemental $300 week federal jobless payment. His ex wife says the man who shot and killed nine people in a California rail yard and killed himself. Had talked about killing people at work more than a decade ago. This is AP News 2021 has been a very busy year so far for volcanic activity. NASA scientists now say they may be able to forecast eruptions more accurately in the future, thanks to satellite data. Carcillo Gerona is a researcher at the university, Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute. And many fatalities. And also, uh, eruptions are able to disrupt the life off the people living nearby. Researchers say. Satellite data may help forecast eruptions months or even years in advance, so we basically combined all the different mythologies. With their understand what's going on in the subsurface on also to provide forecasts off the activity. The key point of this research is they can, in principle used these signs of heat off the release of heat to better anticipate volcanic activity. Ed Donahue. AP News Good Morning I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News MINUTE Republicans in the Senate are ready to deploy the filibuster to block a commission to look into the January capital riot. The filibuster is a time honored Senate tradition that requires a vote by 60 of the 100 senators to cut off debate and advance a bill on Capitol Hill today is Lattice sick, Nick, her son, Capitol police officer, Brian Sick. Nick died at the Capitol January 6th stay in the background.

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"100 senators" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on WJR 760

"Show on news Talk. 7 60 wjr. Here. Special guest host Kevin Dietz. President George Washington said. 99% of failures come from people who make excuses, President Thomas Jefferson said. Honesty is the first chapter of the book of Wisdom and president known, Fillmore said it is not strange to mystic change for progress. Happy President's Day everyone one of our recent most recent former president Donald Trump, has been the subject of many new quotes over the weekend. Donald Trump was acquitted Saturday with an overwhelming party line vote of 57 to 43. Seven Republicans siding with all the Democrats and independents, but it would have taken 67 votes to get a conviction. Joining us now from Washington, D. C is Fox correspondent and WJR contributor. Rachel Sutherland. Rachel. Thanks for being on the show. Thanks for having me So what's the mood in the nation's capital today following the acquittal? Well, it's pretty quiet in Washington, both of the White House and the Capitol today Long weekend kind of for the lawmakers who stayed on Saturday. All 100 senators really weighing the case, and there were some hair pin turns this notion that there could be witnesses called on Saturday and then suddenly because you have a size that they want to call everybody. Everybody from Figure Nancy Pelosi to president by then everybody in for depositions and do it in person. So in the end up that there were no witnesses, and suddenly they moved to take a vote, and former president Trump acquitted. As you mentioned, seven Republicans did vote to convict to convict just seven. It's so they are going to face. Some of them may be some backlash on that, because President Trump remains popular within the Republican Party, for example, you know someone like Mitt Romney. He's pretty safe Republican from Utah, probably not going to face that much. Backlash. But Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, um he go to to convict and he's already facing possible censure there in Louisiana. So so people not Not pleased with the seven Republicans that went for their brother, so Like so that when you work leader Little Connell, who voted to acquit yet then gave that speech that you've probably heard where he placed the blame on President Trump for The January 6 riots and even intimated that he could face criminal action. So it was Interesting. See these divisions with this was not even that many. It's one divide in the Republican Party between those who want to leave President Trump behind and those who want to pick up the mantle of everything. He started to go forward and you look at someone like Or press secretary Sarah Sanders, who's running for governor of Arkansas. Her opening at as she lost her campaign was all about building on the on the progress is, too, believes President Trump made As you watch the hearings. Were there any surprises that jumped out at you? And do you think it was a worthwhile event to even hold this knowing going in that it was very unlikely that there was going to be a conviction. What was unlikely. I think that there was anything that really surprised me so much. I think that the impeachment managers did their best to make a compelling case. It's the only thing that may have surprised me is that Uh, before crisis, defense attorneys at times seemed ah, little unprepared like me, didn't they Didn't care that much. You really got that impression. And we were even here, sources that, uh, For president, not please. What had not been please. With his defense team. Now they got a little more aggressive there toward the end, But the very beginning with Bruce Castor is basically making the argument that look We don't need to do this because democracy worked and the president out of office will. He would think that a client would want to be casting a better life and then by his own defense attorney, so But in the end I with the acquittal now the question is Looking ahead to the 22 23 2 midterms. It's again, you know you people in the Republican Party to running for re election to the current go it alone even looked at some that may have put glass first just down the road like former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley, also for ambassadors, the wind and Trump She's kind of getting some daylight between her so And in the former president lately and saying that, you know we shouldn't have followed him. That far s o. But she may have some political ambitions. Maybe even the White House don't hurt. She was a fairly gonna live in Um, gender marker, wrote Rubio, Also another A fairly young politician. His captured a lot of attention had his own presidential run for the nomination anyway against President Trump in 2016. And, you know, cold little Marco. That's where it all came from the kinds of missions that they didn't have the best relationship and then watching sort of weird, you know, trying to kind of balance, uh, so support for Trump while painting his own way. There are some younger people in the party that might want to rise up, but then we'll have a deal with the Trump factor. We heard Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and some other Democrats talk about the 14th amendment and possibly using that to try and prohibit Donald Trump from holding office in the future. Do you see that happening? What That happened Some some discussion about that, and I think that they'll pretty much try anything when it comes to this to keep President Trump from running again. Um and but I don't know that I'll be with, you know right away, but they are. They're looking at that. I think it's it is more likely the video. I try to get back to work and see first have coronavirus that deal works but get back to work and see how things play out. Put the foreign president. It doesn't happen District of New York This is investigating investigating its finances. They tried it. They tried to pull him up, and he kind of criminal charges. I think that's going to have more of an impact moving forward, at least in the immediate term. Then you know anything else? Because if that happens then I don't know how Republicans can can look back and cheer the trump presidency. But there's some uncertainty about living out the 14th amendment. Going back with that. Um, there's there's some uncertainty. It's whether or not you can. You can apply, uh, part of that to the a former president, and it does have outsiders. Electors representative but the presidency not immediately stated, so it's Democrats were gonna try..

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"100 senators" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To more wet weather with rain in the mix tonight and into tomorrow from the K two storm tracker Weather Center of Nicky Torres. Another update less than 30 minutes from now. And any time at 11 90 k x com Here's Joe PAGs. Glad to have you Thanks for taking the time this weekend. It is the weekend with Joe PAGs. Hang out for the next few hours. Talk about stuff kicks and stuff around. Maybe sing a little bit. Maybe make Cem cem fart noises. Whatever it takes. We're gonna keep you entertained for for the next couple hours, three hours, And there's a lot to talk about. Obviously impeachment. This sham impeachment trial will be front and center. Talking about that a lot. We've got Brad par scale on today. He is the former campaign manager of Trump 2020. He was the digital director of Trump of Trump 2016 and a lot of great inside from and why we heard from the former president. Will we hear from the former president? What's gonna happen there? Talk about all that diamond and silk. They realized sisters who I don't take any garbage from anybody and they bring it like it's always been broadened. They talk about how you can contact them on social media. What they see happening in our country. Why have they not back down after people of attempted Tonto? Cancel them? We've also got Rudy Giuliani on an update on the case is that people are bringing against him. In the Southern District of New York, also the bar in New York going after Rudy Giuliani as well, America's mayor, We've got all three of them on Gotta talk about this impeachment Sham, the latest as we do the program, and I have to tell you when I'm doing the program because something could change by the time you hear because some stages run the weekend on Sunday. We do the show live Saturday noon to 3 P.m. eastern time. That's not into noon on the West Coast. The latest is they weren't going to be any witnesses and they took a vote. And now they're going to be witnesses. WP spring trial's already understands because I keep hearing people saying things like, you know. You know, um they're just trying to impeach him. We'll know very have Former President Donald John Trump has been impeached twice. First guy in history to be impeached twice. Why? Because these he blows you wanted to say we have peace from twice. That's why That was the reason why they went after him two times. Only only president history remember impeach way That's what they wanted to be able to say. Keep in mind. Impeachment happens in the house. They did file the articles of impeachment has been impeached. Okay? The Senate now is where the trial happens. Retrial as prescribed by the constitution. Is for somebody who's holding office to find out whether he or she Should remain in office. Donald John Trump is out of office. He served his term that's over. Okay? So the fact that they're doing an impeachment trial on a private citizen who is not holding office is not prescribed by the Constitution. It's just not They keep on bringing this guy William Bell Nabel William Belknap, the former secretary of war. He wasn't in office either, but he still had to be held on trial. Well, it's true. But that was different. That was different. Well, you Belknap. Wasps. In office holding the job. The role of War secretary. Any resigned. When he knew that he was going to be impeached. And it sort of makes sense. Now, if we look back, why was Nancy Pelosi pushing so hard for Donald Trump to resign with only days left in his in his term? Because then she would have had the exact same cases. William Belknap. That's why she was pushing for him to resign. Either resign and we're gonna teach you again. If you resign or going 25th amendment, you either resign or you get Mike pence on our side. He didn't resign. She doesn't have The same cases. William Belknap Trump did not quit his job before the term was over. He didn't quit because he was getting impeached. None of that happened. And that really screwed her up. So she okay? We've impeached him twice. Now we're in the Senate. Let's take a vote in the Senate, said Rand Paul To find out who supports this. 55 supported 45 didn't That means you have no chance of conviction, and then they went back and did some other procedural measure, And now it's 46. What is it 56 support The constitutionality of it. 44 are against it. This is unlike you won't hear this in the media lot. This is unlike a normal trial where you just need A majority. Actually normal trial you need you need everybody to agree, but to convict somebody, an impeachment trial in the Senate of the United States. You have to have Two thirds of the body vote to convict. What does that mean? You've got 100 senators, you need 66.6666666 Infinity. To vote to convict. In other words, you need 67. If you have 67 you can convict That means that he is guilty of the charges, high crimes and misdemeanors. And he can't run for any office again. Well, you're not gonna get 67 to vote to convict him. You're probably going to get 55 or 56. Even if you get 60, which you might cause they're a bunch of weak kneed. No vertebrae, Republicans in office. You're gonna be anywhere near the threshold the threshold you need. To convict him. So why are they doing it? Believe they're doing it because They want to prevent him from running again, which they're not gonna get to that point, and they.

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"100 senators" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So all 100 senators have voted and the vote. Was not enough to convict former President Donald Trump of inciting the insurrection at the capital. He has a majority of senators voted that he was guilty. 57 is not enough. They needed 67. But Jared Halpern back to you at the Capitol. This is seven Republicans joining Democrats with a guilty verdict. It's a big number. Remember that Ah year ago, It was one Republican Mitt Romney, who voted on one of the two impeachment charges against then President Trump. And that was the first time in history. That, uh, a senator voted guilty for a president of his own party s O to have seven. It's certainly a big number and some notable ones here. That surprised me. Senator burst and enter Cassidy. On Even Senator Toomey. Now I will save in the case of senators Burr into me. Neither of them have President on having wanna cut off Senator. Ladies. I apologize, responded Donald John Trump, former President, United States. Is not guilty as charged the article impeachment Design officer. Drugs judgment to be entered in accordance with the judgment of the Senate as Paul's the seven Senate having tried Donald John Trump Former president eyes taste upon one article of impeachment Exhibited against him by the House representatives in two thirds of senators present. Not having found him guilty of the charge contained there in It is therefore ordered and a judge. That, they said Donald John Trump B is hereby acquitted of the charge in CID article. All right. So that again is Senator Patrick Leahy. He presided over the trial. And here is Chuck Schumer, the majority leader to the desk and the car. Corey Port. Ordered that the secretary be directed to communicate to the secretary of state, as provided by rule 23 of the rules of procedure and practice in the Senate when sitting on impeachment trials. And also to the House of Representatives the judgment of the Senate in the case of Donald John Trump and transmit a certified copy of the judgment to each Objection. The order will be entered. Majority leader. Mr President. I move that the Senate sitting as a court of impeachment on the article against Donald John Trump. Adjourned, sine die. And without objection, the motion is agreed to the Senate sitting is a quarter impeachment stands adjourned sine he died. Mm hmm. You have order, please the presiding off the acting sergeant armed escort. The House managers out of the Senate chamber..

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"100 senators" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this hour. I'm down clipping both impeachment managers and former President Trump's defense team have agreed to include a statement from representative Herrera Butler into the record instead of having witnesses testify in the impeachment trial. Trial has now moved to closing arguments. Bruce Castor, says Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler's testimony should be consistent with her Twitter statement from last night. The former president's council is agreeable to the admission of that public statement into evidence at this time, Lead House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin former president Night states refused to come in, tell us and I ask any of you If you were charged with inciting violent insurrection against our country, and you are falsely accused. Would you come and testify? I know I would. I'd be there. It's seven o'clock in the morning waiting for the doors to open. I'm sure that's true of 100 senators in this room. I hope it's true of 100 senators in this room. House impeachment managers call for witnesses via Zoom, and earlier, the Senate voted in favor of that 55 to 45 Senator Lindsey Graham had changed his vote to support it as well. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell earlier in the day, so In an email to colleagues, saying that he would vote to acquit Donald Trump. President Biden is planning to spend his weekend at the White House vacation home. Mercedes Benzes recalled over one million vehicles for a failure in the E Call system, which has resulted in emergency responders being dispatched to wrong locations. Travelers to Cuba must undergo a mandatory quarantine. A dozen hotels have been prepared for people to arrive in Cuba, tourists since quarantine for five days and six nights and cannot leave their rooms. The country has seen a surge of infections after reopening their airports. Authorities have cut flights from the U. S. Panama and Mexico and Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations are underway, but Northern California police are stepping up security to the violent attacks on Asian Americans. In the last two weeks, Police recorded 18 crimes around Oakland's Chinatown Authorities say assaults of spike there since the start of the pandemic, with Attackers blaming China for the coronavirus Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or Go on the news nation now APP for news around.

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"100 senators" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on KOMO

"ABC News I'm Derek Dennis, a tense phone called evolving into a shouting match between Congressman Kevin McCarthy and then President Trump as the capital insurrection unfolded, ABC News confirming McCarthy called Trump furious as he was being evacuated from harm and begged Trump to call off the writers. Sources say. Trump pushed back, suggesting the rioters were more upset about the election than McCarthy was. It's a stunning revelation, considering McCarthy was one of Trump's biggest supporters, and it raises key questions in the impeachment effort. Republicans and Democrats bold asking. When did the president know the capital had been breached? And what did he do to stop it? There were also questions about Vice President Mike Pence. His safety and whether President Trump ever did anything to protect him. ABC is Rachel Scott. There's also news one of Trump's impeachment lawyers, David showing to quit Thursday night. His tensions grew among the legal team over how videos would be used in Trump's defense Sources tell ABC News It wasn't until Trump called showing directly, maybe agreed to remain on the job. All this on the eve of what could be a Senate vote on impeachment. Tomorrow. It appears there aren't enough Republican votes to convict attorney Bruce Castor, closing out the day making the argument that Democrats in the House were part of a constitutional cancel culture, and the Trump didn't incite that mob at the Capitol. Is it possible that President Trump's disdain Political violence could be any clearer to the person's listening as he was speaking notably, the Trump defense did not address those rioters. It said they were at the Capitol on behalf of the president. Though a conviction of Trump is unlikely 17 Republicans would have to vote him guilty. Alex Brechet. ABC NEWS Washington, Meantime, a high honor for Capitol police officer Eugene Goodman, widely considered a hero of the insurrection, all 100 senators, giving him a standing ovation as he is awarded.

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"100 senators" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on KOMO

"3 15. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 to take A look at our top stories. Jeff Pooja is our technical director. Editing by Jeremy Greater and Ric van size with ELISA Jaffe. The impeachment trial of former President Trump heading toward a vote to acquit or convict could happen is early as tomorrow. And a federal judge today granting a preliminary injunction to stop the sale of the National Archives in Seattle. Having declared the site in Seattle of surplus, the federal government wanted to move archival records to Kansas City and Riverside, California After three hours of laying out arguments for former President Donald Trump, his lawyers concluded their defense in his second impeachment trial. And Bruce Castor's opening arguments, he said Democrats intentionally excluded Mr Trump's repeated calls for peace during his time in office and omitted portions of his speech on January 6th or Mr Trump told thousands to protest peacefully. The president did not cause the riots. In either explicitly or implicitly encouraged the use of violence or lawless action, but in fact called for peaceful exercise of every American's First Amendment rights. House managers, however, have repeatedly said in their opening arguments. The rights were a culmination of former President Trump's words leading up to that day, ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks joining us short but an incendiary defense Royal How did Trump's lawyers do trying to make this trial look like an act of political vengeance? Well, they essentially were arguing is You're reporting that this fight languages ordinary political rhetoric, argued the writers had their own agenda. They weren't encouraged by Trump to commit violence. In fact, he mentioned they should go peaceably that Trump was just exercising his First Amendment rights. The violence was planned and the Republicans played about a 10 minute video showing a lot of Democrats saying, Let's fight let's get in their faces, and there was no comparable language by the Democrats along the lines of Let's do it peaceably. Well, let's talk a little bit about that video because they were using the word fight, but a lot of times it was edited out it might have been for healthcare rights or for veterans or other things. Did this video that where they're talking about fights and having uprisings. Make the case that the Democrats have a double standard, or was it a little misleading? Well, it certainly could be persuasive to show so many Democrats used this so called fighting language, but the fact that actual violence several deaths, severe injuries occurred as a result off the the encouragement by the president, the result of the rally the gathering of the people together Now, the Democrats again had to face the Republican video of playing one congresswoman presently from Massachusetts. Saying there needs to be unrest in the streets for his long as there is unrest in our lives. What does that mean? It's hard to know how the great middle would responded to these contradictory video presentations by the two sides. So they're making the case that the president, the former president has free speech rights, and they gave all these examples of protecting free speech. But that's different than inciting violence. That's absolutely right. And, of course, although in a court of law on the prosecutor might face an uphill battle, trying to indict or find the president guilty of incitement to riot here, it's a combined political and legal function. And as to whether the senators believe that what Trump did amounted to high crimes and misdemeanors. Well, we know that the Democrats are prepared to go forward at this point. There's no reason to believe that there enough Republicans that might peel away and join the Democrats that would add up to that magic two thirds figure of 67 of the 100 senators. Were you surprised that it was just a three hour defense? Not really, You know, there's a saying in Washington. If you've got the votes than take the vote, just don't put it off. I think the Republicans knew that perhaps the longer their case went on, the more problems might crop up. They thought they would make it short and concise. They did it in just about three hours. And now the senators are busy questioning both sides A B C's Royal Oaks. Thanks, Royal You bet and coming up in just 10 Minutes on Co Moh news. We'll have the latest on that. Questioning from the Senate trial from ABC News It is 3 20. Time for your coma..

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"100 senators" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on WJR 760

"Clear he's talking about legislators fighting for our rights. People fighting toe advocate and, you know everyone likes to overlook the word peacefully in their attorney, David shown also challenges the constitutionality in due process of the impeachment on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the U. S Senate will likely failed to convict former President Trump In order for President Trump to be convicted. It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that. That was Senator Cruz on Fox News. The staff of the New York governor's office. Andrew Cuomo, is responding after apologizing secretly to fellow Democrats for concealing the true number of nursing home patients who die due to covert 19 in New York state boxes. Evan Brown reports The New York Post published details of a video chat between Melissa de Rosa governor Andrew Cuomo, secretary and top New York state Democratic officeholders. In which Derosa admits they didn't include covert 19 deaths of nursing home patients in hospitals among the tally of nursing home deaths due to the virus, and she offers an apology to them. For creating a difficult campaign issue in a statement now tweeted by him aid Derosa claims Cuomo and his team were transparent, but they were forced to deal with a Trump Administration Justice Department inquiry. For answering questions from the New York Legislature. Evan Brown Fox News, Mayor Duggan is expanding covert 19 eligibility for those 18 years of age and older with special needs Anybody whose disability makes them more vulnerable. To contract in covert 19. And that means individuals with conditions like cerebral palsy. Autism Down syndrome. Muscular dystrophy can now get a covert 19 shot in Detroit's, but the problem is availability on Lee 45,000 shots have been administered. Mall Street today, Stocks finished on the positive side that that was up 28th. E S and P was up. 19 Ken Rygel Ski WJR news back to Mitch After this This is guy Gordon. Michigan. Weather can be unpredictable and destructive, taken damage our homes, destroying cherished memories. It can damage our businesses and derail daily operations. This devastation leaves you overwhelmed and confused. And the first thing you need to do is call our partners and.

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"100 senators" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Worth involving over 130 vehicles Thursday morning, 65 people were injured, the re critically among the injured War. Fort Worth police officers. Texas Senator Ted Career says the U. S. Senate will likely fail to convict former President Trump, who currently is being tried for inciting an insurrection by Democrat House impeachment managers. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that the impeachment managers argued Trump inspired the violence of the capital last month. The former president's defense lawyers present their arguments beginning today, and they are expected to include pointing out past instances when Democrats have used combative rhetoric playing video similar to how the House impeachment managers use video of Trump speaking to make their case against him. Defense is also expected to argue that the House impeachment managers are taking Trump's words out of context. Well, the United States will soon be getting a lot more Corona virus vaccine. The Biden administration is secure deals with Visor and Moderna to produce an additional 200 million doses of Corona virus vaccine. The president made the announcement after touring laboratories at the National Institutes of Health that Maze Ronal attractive enough supply. For 300 million Americans. By the end of July. In an emotional appeal, Biden also reminded Americans of the importance of wearing masks while the vaccine is rolling out, saying, quote, it's a patriotic responsibility. Well, the Houston Texans are reportedly going to release Star Defensive End in one time franchise Cornerstone JJ Watt what was due to earn 17.5 million in 2021, which would also be the final year of his contract. He has no guaranteed money remaining on the deals of the Texans clear the entire amount. What has been a quarter stone of the franchise since they picked him number 11.

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"100 senators" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Ends. I'm Jack Callahan. Fox News House Prosecutors Wrapping up their case Thursday, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin concluded the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack began. Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official in arguing the House through no link between the rioters in the former president. Jared help run of the capital of Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers the administration withheld data on covert 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent in nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. That's Ed Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. Getting schooled with Tammy Horny said. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most Haven't we shorted and decided to go for those? It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet. Nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to. Obviously the red eaters really benefited off of this, But the hedge funds not so much subscribe and listen now by going to a fox news podcasts dot com. From the Fox News broadcasts Networks. It's the Fox News rundown. Start your day With a contrast of perspectives. You won't hear anywhere else..

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"100 senators" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I am why I HD to San Diego Live local breaking the first phase of the impeachment trial ends. I'm Jack Callahan, Fox News. Those prosecutors wrapping up their case Thursday, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin completed the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack began, Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official. And arguing the house through no link between the rioters in the former president. Fox's Jared help run of the capital, Texas. Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers. The administration withheld data on cov of 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent a nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. That's Ed Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. I'm Zack, CEO and co.

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"100 senators" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted. It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers. The administration withheld data on cov of 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent to nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. Said Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. Getting schooled with Tammy Horny said. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most heavily shorted and decided to go for those. It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to. Obviously the red eaters really benefited off of this, But the hedge funds not so much subscribe and listen now by going toe.

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"100 senators" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The first place of the impeachment trial ends. I'm Jack Callahan. Fox News House Prosecutors Wrapping up their case Thursday, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin concluded the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack began. Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official in arguing the House through no link between the rioters in the former president. Fox's Jared help run of the capital of Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers the administration withheld data on covert 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent in nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama, Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court That said Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. Finding great candidates, The higher Converium like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is hope the right person comes along..

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Trump's Senate impeachment trial moves to opening arguments

All Things Considered

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Trump's Senate impeachment trial moves to opening arguments

"Trump committed a massive crime against our Constitution and our people and the worst violation of the presidential oath of office in the history of the United States of America. That is lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland today. He and his fellow House members presented opening arguments in Day two of former President Trump's impeachment trial in the U. S. Senate. Call the former president on insider in chief who reveled in the chaos of his supporters of the capital on January 6th joining us now to talk about the day or NPR congressional reporter Claudia Chrysalis and NPR's senior political editor and correspondent. Domenico Montanaro. Could have you both. Here. Thanks. Thanks. Claudia, you were actually in the Senate chamber today, where the 100 senators as jury members sit silently listening to the House. Impeachment managers make their case describe the mood for us. It was clear much of the time that I was in the chamber that the members were very engaged. For example, they were watching lead manager Jamie Raskin, in his presentation very intently reminded me of the chamber yesterday when Raskin was giving his emotional remarks. About the day he and his family experienced here. During the insurrection. I was seated on the Republican side of the chamber. Republicans were intently watching him and the other managers and that includes those who say they won't be voting to convict Trump like Mike Rounds of South Dakota, Republican member of the Senate. Also, Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell was also watching. Very closely even watch some of these videos of the president's past statements on a television screen on the chamber floor. Many members were taking notes, and this includes those who have voted for the constitutionality of the trial, among them, Ben Sasse of Nebraska had a pile of no cards on his desk. Domenico. The Democrats were making the arguments today. I know you've been watching since the beginning of these proceedings yesterday what stood out to you compared to yesterday's testimony. Well, only later in the day here, have we gotten some of the personal passion and emotion that we had yesterday about the violence on January? 6th? Mostly today, Democrats had been methodically mounting, pretty dispassionate case to show Trump is the reason for why all of this happened. They claim that it's not just isolated to January 6th and tick through numerous things for months and months. That this was months and months in the making that Trump laid the groundwork before the election and drove it home after after that election and was aware of what was being planned. Um, it kind of really makes me wonder how and what the trump lawyers they're going to say in rebuttal, aside from saying that Democrats are being selective and use the word on that they didn't say that he used the word peaceful. In his speech on January 6th. Claudia tell us more about how the Democrats are actually building their case here. Yes, they're focused on showing the timeline of how Trump built a crowd of people who distrusted the election and believed they were following his orders. Jonah Goose, one of the managers of he's, a House member of Colorado. He also talked about this. Let's take a listen. Senators is clearly was not just one speech. Didn't just happen. It was part of a carefully planned months long effort. With very specific instruction. Show up on January 6th. Get your people to fight the certification. So from manager to manager they're building this case each piece building on the next the beginning, middle and end and today mark the beginning of that story. He made a point of connecting directly to their share terror that day, and this was especially apparent is, Domenico noted in the late afternoon when managers have shared dramatic sounds. And footage video footage from the day of the insurrection that the public has not seen before. This was sounds from police scanners of officers pleading for assistance. Pleading for their lives. It's seen as they were being assaulted by the mob. There's video footage from Capitol security cameras showing the mob breaking into the capital and another stunning moment where we see Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, walking outside of the chamber, running into an officer being told they need to clear out quickly and he is running. Behind this officer to escape the mob. Wow well yesterday, Trump's lawyers dismissed the House managers arguments, calling Democrats accusing Democrats of trying to cancel the former president by stifling his freedom of speech. Medical. What did the impeachment managers say about that claim right? Trump's lawyers yesterday said his speech was protected by the First Amendment. But Jamie Raskin, the lead impeachment manager, who we heard from earlier You know, he's a constitutional law professor, And he argued that the quote factual premise and the legal underpinnings of that claim are all wrong, He said. Incitement to violence is not protected speech, and here's how he put it with a familiar phrase. It's more like a case where the town fire chief Who's paid to put out fires sends a mob not to yell fire in a crowded theater, but to actually set the theater on fire. And who then, when the fire alarms go off in the calls, start flooding into the fire department asking for help does nothing but sit back, encourage the mob to continue its rampage and watch the fire spread on TV. Clea and delight. You know,

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"100 senators" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"If you don't fight like hell, you're not gonna have a country anymore. The impeachment trial for President Trump begins today, following last month's right at the U. S Capitol after Trump made remarks, including the one You just heard there, we're joined now by our D. C. Insider, ABC News political analyst Alex Castano's Alex. I believe Arizona, somewhat moderate Democratic senators, Mark Kelly and Kirsten Cinnamon will both vote to convict. But I wouldn't be shocked if Kelly decides otherwise. He's facing reelection again in 2022 already. How do you think Voting. Is there any chance at all that Trump gets convicted? Well, Kelly's been very smart about protecting his middle. You know, he's the asked her not military, a typical Democrat, and this is an opportunity for him, though he could do what Republicans do and say, Look, the merits of it are one thing, but constitutionally, I'm not sure we have the right to remove someone from office who's not not in office would be a smart move for him to do. We're talking to ABC news political analyst Alex Castellanos. Alex. Okay, so a soon as Trump was elected to office four years were spent trying to get him out of office by the Democrats. And here we are in the middle of a pandemic, and they're still trying, even though he's out of office. What are the potential political pitfalls of this impeachment trial for Democrats? Well, you hit on the head. That's why they want to get this. Both sides want to get through this as quickly as possible. This whole thing's gonna be over about middle of next week because they know that unlike Richard Nixon when he was impeached And they he was the crisis. Watergate was the crisis. We have two other crises. Now you just noted, one has covered. The other is a leading economy that shrinking and most of America looks at Washington and says Wait a minute. We're at war against covered in the economy. And these guys, they're going to the beach and playing politics. So yes, it's a they know they're paying a price for this. They just can't stop themselves Beach in beach Impeachment has some like beach volleyball against Yeah s O Alex Impeachment, Right exactly S O. Alex. Do you think there's any chance Trump's gonna get convicted? Because I think a lot of moderate Republicans were even willing to say Hey, look, he needs to be held. He needs to be held accountable for what happened on January 6. But if you're not going to convict him and Barham from future federal office, there's no point in this except Further dividing Americans. Right? No, no chance. If you're not mitt, you must acquit. If you're Republican, he's only about five votes on the Republican side that air going toe vote to expel Trump and or to prevent him from running again. And that's not going to be enough. So no Republicans understand. Look, mate. They can't argue the merits of this is just very tough, so they're hiding behind the constitutionality of the process, which is frankly, a pretty weak argument. But it's just a there's Trump is still the most popular Republican among Republicans in the country. If you look at Arkansas, for example, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former press secretaries running for governor just announced, blew all the other Republicans out of the race. So no Republican senator wants to get into a primary with Donald Trump for his candidate on the other side. Let's talk about the actual crises that are facing America, one of those being Corona virus, and I think a lot of Americans. They're wondering, you know why Congress has focused on other things when we got this going on. But House Democrats did release their proposals for the $1.9 trillion covert relief package, and it includes $1400 direct payments and also $3600 payments to households for each child. Six and under $3000 for those under 18. On that would be distributed in monthly installments by the Iris. Does that start to smell a little bit like socialism to you? It starts to smell like socialism and government giveaways that almost always in some form become permanent. You know, Once you start handing out crack cocaine free money from Washington is very hard to stop. You know, you don't wanna be the politician that Stop that or took it away from somebody once you've given it to him, So we are seeing the largest expansion of government power on intrusion into our lives we've ever seen. Joe Biden's The beginning. His administration is like an avalanche coming down the hill with these progressive leftist Socialists. Things, and ordinarily, there'd be buyer's remorse. Right about now in in February, Can you make a big purchase? You take it home? You later? It wasn't really worth it. I don't know. But by is getting a little bit of a break here because of coded in the economy and and the trump impeachment, so It's gonna bite Americans. We're gonna wake up and see what he has done. But it won't be for a couple of months. Well, I wonder if monthly payments for each child is going to increase the birth rate country. Thank you very much. Alex Castellanos. There are D C insider and Arizona's Morning news, ABC news Political analyst. Okay, detour.

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"100 senators" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"100 senators" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"News That was one of the final tweets posted by President Trump before both his personal and official Twitter accounts were permanently banned. Twitter remove President Trump's account over tweets and says violated the platforms rules. But the president's now accusing the company of trying to silence him all over politics. If you try to go to the president's Twitter page, you're met with a message that says account suspended Twitter, then links to a message explaining why the company says the president's tweets cook Create quote further incitement of violence. The president's account you may remember was temporarily blocked earlier this week, Hours after the mob violence by pro Trump supporters in the capital, Fox, says Mark MEREDITH, the president is said to be considering creating his own social media platform. Many Democrats want the president out of office as soon as possible, which is why articles of impeachment could be introduced in the House on Monday, the White House and some Republicans say impeachment will only further divide the country. President elect Joe Biden says he'll leave the impeachment decision to Congress and he is glad President Trump will not be attending his inauguration. Boxes. Lauren Blanchard on the Senate side articles of impeachment wouldn't be received until the day before Biden's inauguration. That's according to a memo obtained by Fox News from the Chambers. Republican leader Mitch McConnell says all 100 senators would have to vote to act sooner since the Senate is in recess. Suspected debris from a plane has been found off the coast of Jakarta officials and Indonesia's say the aircraft with more than 50 people on board lost contact with air traffic control shortly after takeoff building shook in parts of Taiwan as a result of a 5.7 magnitude earthquake. No immediate reports of damage. The government in Taipei says the subway system is operating America's listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcast Network, download and listen to the virus. And Tim Ladies. This is why you must not laugh at many jokes. Yes, yes, and try and like, make them like things like, if your as a way of flirting because then they will run around thinking they're funny. Like Cam Cam is not funny at all. And I told about you like older girls like whatever my jokes like that because they were.

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