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WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh update on "2020 presidential election" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Are seeing a significant increase in threats and violent rhetoric online from domestic extremists as a grand jury weighs impossible indictment against former president Trump in New York. Here's CBS's pat Milton. The threats are mostly targeted towards law enforcement, judges and government officials in New York and elsewhere who they perceive as participants in what they call a political persecution of former president Trump. Mister Trump has encouraged his supporters to protest if he's charged. He says he does expect to be arrested this week. Meantime, lawyers for former president Trump have asked a Georgia court to suppress a grand jury report that investigated efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. CBS Graham Kate has those details. The filing, which combined with exhibits as nearly 500 pages long, asks a judge to quash the entire investigation and report by the special purpose grand jury suppress all evidence collected by the special purpose grand jury. And demands that the Fulton county district attorney's office recused itself from the case. A high profile visit today in Russia, CBS Nicole de Antonio reports from The White House. The leaders of China and Russia shook hands at the Kremlin
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on WTOP
"Blossoms. Luke Luger WTO P news. There's been a mysterious shake up at city hall in D.C. mayor muriel browsers administration. The person known as the mayor's right hand man John fell Czechia is out, we're told he's going into the private sector. He served as the deputy mayor for planning and economic development and also was the mayor's chief of staff, NBC reporter Mark seagraves. I don't think the public is going to notice anything, but those of us who work closely with the Bowser administration and with these offices, they're going to notice a change. And then there's just going to be questions as to why. Why he would leave so abruptly like this. And why the mayor would not answer questions about whether or not he was fired or whether he resigned or why. Keith Anderson is the new deputy interim deputy mayor. He used to be the city's director of the department of general services. Lindsey Parker is the new chief of staff. She had worked as the deputy for about 8 years. A retired air force officer who stormed the U.S. capitol was sentenced yesterday to two years in prison. Larry Brock was dressed in combat gear and carried zip tie handcuffs into the Senate gallery just minutes after then vice president Mike Pence senators and staff evacuated the chamber to escape the mob. The judge says that Brock expressed very troubling and violent rhetoric before the January 6th riot calling his social media post chilling stuff that showed an attempt to stop the certification of the election. Prosecutors say that Brock believed baseless conspiracy theories that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump. The cost of going to college has never been higher in a bill backed by The White House could provide some financial assistance to D.C. students and families capital correspondent Mitchell Miller has more. D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says the president's proposed budget includes funding that can help with out of state tuition under her D.C. tuition assistance grant legislation known as D.C. tag. He's got $40 million in there for tuition grants. This is very important because the district is not have its own universities system. Norton's bill calls for annual out of state assistance for D.C. students derives from $10,000 a year to $15,000 a year. Still, it faces a tough legislative road ahead in a divided Congress. Since D.C. tag started more than 20 years ago, the percentage of D.C. students heading off to college has doubled. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO. Animal shelters say when people hit tough times, so do pets in the number of pets being surrendered is increasing, but in prince George's county, there's an effort to get them to
Evening News with Art Sanders
Fresh update on "2020 presidential election" discussed on Evening News with Art Sanders
"Commented more than 60% overnight following the announcement that UBS will be taking over its rival in a deal worth more than $3 billion. The Swiss government pushed for the takeover and B. Riley wealth, chief market strategist art Hogan says, here's the reason why all of the banks are interconnected. We're in a global academy. And when we're afraid that one of the global banks may be in trouble, that concern stretches over to our shores, we can get concerned, well, what are the risks to our banks and their relationships in the global banking system? Now, buy your husband found for New York's signature bank, but so far no one has stepped in to claim Silicon Valley, which began bankruptcy proceedings last week. China's president has arrived in Moscow for three days of talks with Russian president Vladimir Putin, ABC's brick clinic, is at the foreign desk, as president Xi Jinping embarked on his first trip to Moscow since Russia invaded Ukraine, the Chinese leader released an article in Chinese state media underlining the need for talks to achieve lasting peace and common security. There are expectations of a call between she and Ukrainian president zelensky, sometime after Xi's Moscow visit, with China keen to position itself as peacemaker over the weekend, Putin made a surprise trip to the port city of mariupol Ukraine. The legal drama surrounding former president Trump goes on. He has tweeted he expects to be arrested tomorrow in the alleged hush money payments made to stormy Daniels. ABC's Eric turkey here in New York. It would certainly make him the first former American president to face criminal charges and they wouldn't necessarily be the only ones because Trump is under investigation over his role on January 6th over his handling of classified material over efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election in Georgia and all of those prosecutions at some point will come to a decision as to whether to file charges. S&P futures up 5 points, you're listening to ABC News. My brother in law died suddenly, and now my sister and her kids have to
AP News Radio
Fox chair Murdoch in filings says 2020 election 'not stolen'
"The head of the Fox corporation has said in court filings that the 2020 election was not stolen. I Norman hall. Fox chairman Rupert Murdoch said under oath that he believes the 2020 presidential election was free, fair, and not stolen. The admission is in court filings released in a voting machine company's defamation lawsuit over Fox News coverage of former president Donald Trump's false election fraud claims. Murdoch made the statement during sworn questioning by lawyers for dominion voting systems, dominion is suing Fox News for $1.6 billion, saying the network crippled the company's business by broadcasting false claims from Trump's lawyers that dominion had changed votes in the 2020 election. I Norman hall
The Charlie Kirk Show
Every Time a Republican Runs on Crime, We Win!
"Every time a Republican runs on crime, we win. And what's interesting, in my personal opinion, and I said this during the campaign, I think president Trump missed an opportunity in the 2020 presidential election. When it came to Joe Biden and crime. He attacked Joe Biden for the 1990s crime bill. I hate to say it, but the 1990s crime bill actually worked the 90s crime bill, made America a safer country where their problems with it, of course there were. But we need to have stricter laws for violent criminals, not looser laws for violent criminals. Look at our inner cities. They are falling apart in the 90s, not only did we pass the crime bill, we put tens of thousands of new police on the street and urban centers got cleaned up.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Do You Stand With FOX News or Donald Trump?
"You done with Fox News? Are you surprised that people like Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham would say one thing on the air and then another when the cameras were turned off? As a matter of fact, Tucker Carlson, who many of you love in these documents called president Trump a demonic force and a destroyer. So my question is, who do you stand with? Do you stand with Fox News channel or do you stand with Donald Trump? Who do you stand with? This is from mediaite on the night of January 6th, Fox News host Tucker Carlson referred to president Trump as a quote demonic force. That was in a text message to his producer after the president's supporters stormed the capitol. One of many revelations in the lawsuit filed by dominion voting systems. By the way, they're suing Fox News for $1.6 billion in damages and folks, I'm telling you based upon what I'm reading here, they may have a pretty good argument, because they're accusing Fox of defamation, and now they have all this evidence, and the evidence clearly shows that Fox really did not believe there was voter fraud, but they were not saying that on air. They were saying something very different. At issue or claims that Fox News host and guest made after the 2020 presidential election. I want to read this to you. This is from page 19 of the filing, and I've got the full document here. Fox host Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity immediately understood the threat to them personally. Carlson wrote his producer, Alex Pfeiffer on November 5th, quote we worked really hard to build what we have, those efforts are destroying our credibility. It enrages me.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Takeaways From the Georgia Grand Jury's Partial Report
"Again, the breaking news, and this is a weird story, but the grand jury report, which is supposed to be made public, was only partially made public. And we don't have, we don't have much Intel right now, but I will share what we've got and I'll explain why I don't think this is a major issue for president Trump. So the whole point of this special grand jury, they were investigating whether a Trump and his team interfered in the presidential election in Georgia, which they did not. This was all alleged to be an attempt to overturn the 2020 presidential results. So the judge only released 6 pages of the grand jury's reports and did not dive into the grand jury's conclusions or say whether they recommended indictments related to election interference. Now here's the interesting part of all of this. The jurors, this is a reading from The New York Times. The jurors said they believed at least one unnamed witness who testified in the inquiry may have committed perjury and should face indictment. They also found no widespread fraud took place in the Georgia 2020 presidential election that could result in the overturning of the election. They were ejected arguments made by president Trump and his supporters. So the question is, why, why was the full report not released?
AP News Radio
Pence subpoenaed by special counsel in Trump probes
"The Associated Press has learned former vice president Mike Pence has been subpoenaed in connection with an investigation into the challenges to the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. This subpoena issued for former vice president Mike Pence, according to an inside source, is part of a broader investigation by special counsel Jack Smith. Smith is looking into alleged efforts by former president Trump and his allies to overturn the results of the 2020 election. It's a stunning scenario. Pence testifying against his former boss in a criminal investigation, and it comes at a time when Pence is considering his own bid for The White House. Trump has already launched his 2024 campaign,
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The State of California Is Seeking to Disbar John Eastman
"So if they want to disbar this constitutional scholar, they already got rid of him at Chapman. Which is another discussion we should have. So let me repeal the charge of the state of California bar. Composed as all of these association by leftists and cowards. An official complaint of 11 charges on reading alleging that John eastman at Denver to quote plan promote and assist then president Trump in executing a strategy a strategy unsupported by facts or law to overturn the legitimate results of the 2020 presidential election by obstructing the count of electoral votes of certain states. And as is written in a very important piece by roger Kimball, was a major thinker. Not a single one of those charges is true. And then he writes Wikipedia and other left wing megaphones, please no ladies and gentlemen. That he is right about a Wikipedia. I used to sue. I used to actually send checks to Wikipedia Wikipedia has been thoroughly corrupted as well. If you want to look up a list of the kings of Britain, its magnificent, if you want to do music research as I do, on the keys of all 104 haydn symphonies Wikipedia is terrific. If you want to look up anything or anyone that is conservative, I have not been able to edit the Wikipedia page of Dennis prager for about 5 years. I can not touch it.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Adam Coleman Talks Voting Republican for the Very First Time
"Your other substack articles Adam Coleman is about voting for Republican for the very first time. Obviously in the midterm elections, it's interesting there wasn't a red wave or tsunami like many people predicted, conservative people like me were hoping for, but it did get some people to come over for the first time or in your case you didn't vote for Joe Biden. Maybe it was in the, in the 2020 presidential election. But explain to me how you went from voting Democrats your whole life to now, at least not automatically voting Democrat that you will consider and have voted for Republicans. Yeah, so I would say the major issues that sort of coming up over the past couple of years that have stuck out is the protection of children. Whether it's at schools or whether it's within our society, I think it's extremely important that we protect our children. And I'm seeing one particular party in my own party, basically choosing otherwise. So that was a big motivating factor for me.
AP News Radio
Judge orders another long prison term in Gov. Whitmer plot
"A judge orders another long prison term in the plot to kidnap Michigan's governor. A co leader of the conspiracy to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer has been sentenced to more than 19 years in prison, the ruling comes a day after an accomplice Adam Fox got 16 years behind bars, prosecutors had sought a life sentence for Barry Croft, who was the fourth and final federal defendant in the case, Croft and Fox were convicted in August of conspiracy charges, Croft was also found guilty of possessing an unregistered explosive. They were accused of hatching a stunning plot to abduct Whitmer from her vacation home just before the 2020 presidential election. I'm Shelley Adler
AP News Radio
Co-leader of Whitmer kidnapping plot gets 16 years in prison
"A co leader in the kidnapping plot against Michigan's governor is sentenced. Adam Fox, the co leader of the plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer has been sentenced to 16 years in prison that comes four months after Fox and Barry Croft junior were convicted of conspiracy charges at a second trial in Grand Rapids, Michigan. They were accused of being at the helm of a wild plot to whip up anti government extremists just before the 2020 presidential election. The FBI was secretly embedded in the group and broke things up with 14 arrests. I'm Shelley Adler
AP News Radio
Jan. 6 panel unveils report, describes Trump 'conspiracy'
"The January 6th report says that the central cause of the insurrection on Capitol Hill was one man, Donald Trump, the house January 6th committee's final report asserts that Donald Trump criminally engaged in a multi part conspiracy to overturn the lawful results of the 2020 presidential election and failed to act to stop his supporters from attacking the capitol. There were more than 1000 witnesses ranging from many of Trump's closest aides to law enforcement to some of the rioters themselves, the report makes an emphatic point that security failures are not what led to the insurrection on Monday the panel of past their investigation to the Justice Department, recommending that the department investigate the former president on four crimes, including aiding an insurrection. While the criminal referrals have no legal standing, they are a final statement from the committee after its extensive year and a half long probe, I'm Lisa dwyer
AP News Radio
Jan. 6 panel pushes Trump's prosecution in forceful finish
"The house January 6th committee is wrapping up its investigation into the violent insurrection at the U.S. capitol. The panel 7 Democrats and two Republicans are expected today to recommend that the Justice Department consider criminal charges against former president Donald Trump, and possibly associates and staff who helped him launch a campaign to try to overturn the 2020 presidential election. The criminal referral is symbolic for the most part, and the panel will dissolve on January 3rd with the new Republican led house, the panel's conclusion that Trump is to blame for the violent attack on the capitol by his supporters, dawn of water, Washington
The Doug Collins Podcast
Making Sense of the Election
"I mean, we're coming into the end of the month here of November. And I don't know about you. It's just flying by. It's times the constant election drone that seems like it's gone on since 2020 of November and now is two years. If you're rotting along, you're running, walking, exhausting, whatever you do to listen to the dog college podcast. I want you to just think about that for a second. It's been two years. Since the November 2020, presidential election. And it seems like that it is never ended. I mean, we went through everything after 2020, then we would sort of it's like, jump straight into the midyear cycle, and then with all of the issues with the Biden administration and, you know, frankly, I think a lot of people are glad I know I am. To see this election cycle over, I'm pleased with some of the results. I'm not pleased, of course, being a conservative. I'm not pleased with other results. But I'll also hear in Georgia in which we're three more weeks away from finishing up the election, the 2022 election cycle for good, except for those states who don't know how to count ballots. That's whole different issue. But with the last other election, that's the runoff here in Georgia between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock. I'll dig into that race just a little bit toward the end of the podcast day. But I wanted to give us a chance. We went over this before. I want to now sort of sit back two weeks after the election. Almost two weeks after the election. And let's just think about what is happening. And I want to, you know, we've talked on this podcast a lot about why things were happening. And we brought this in percentages of how it would work, who would work. And I'll be honest. The last week's projections, they were off. We missed it a little bit. Now, I did give a two 25 to two 35 range. I thought toward the end, if you remember the podcast, we might because polling was looking like we were going to be up higher. On the house side. But two 25, I said, was and I'll use my own words. A bad night. Well, we had, frankly, from the perspective of election margins, it was a bad not for Republicans. It was very good night, and I want to reemphasize this. It's a very good not for Republicans if you take the fact that we did take the house back. Republicans did take the house back, which means that the divided government is back that the just strike shot of spending and other programs for the Biden administration is now over.
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on WTOP
"It clear this week that he wants to return to The White House, comes important news this week from the attorney general Merrick Garland regarding federal investigations related to the former president. Garland has formally named a special counsel to oversee the Justice Department's investigations of classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago, as well as possible interference with the transfer of power after the 2020 presidential election. And this has also of course been an earth shaky week in Congress with Republicans set to gain control of the house next year and house speaker Nancy Pelosi formally announced that she will step aside from democratic leadership. This morning, for the political week in review, we turn to yamiche alcindor, moderator of Washington week on PBS who digs deeper for us. In some ways, I wonder when you think about sort of the timing of this, whether or not the decision by former president Trump to run for president, whether or not that that has impacted sort of the DoJ's decision here, of course it's not. I don't think you were reporting that shows that, but it does tell you in some ways that this is a DoJ that wants to make sure it is as independent as possible. We have now Merrick Garland naming a man named Jack Smith, who's going to serve as a special counsel here. Again, there are a number of probes in deformer president Trump. So Jacksonville is going to have his work cut out for him, but it really, again, underscores that even as former president Trump announced that he's running for president. He has a lot of legal challenges ahead and this is a DoJ that is saying very clearly no one is above the law and Merrick Garland said that again. We heard the big news from Nancy Pelosi, the House speaker is deciding not to run for that post again. There are many interesting things to plumb here. One, of course, being that she was a historic figure as the first woman House speaker, and also not just her importance in that role. But what happens next in terms of leadership? Well, this is a systemic, big, just huge change for the Democratic Party. Nancy Pelosi having been elected to Congress in 1987 has really been part of the face of the Democratic Party when it comes to congressional leadership. She's been serving in leadership for something like two decades as most folks know she was the first woman elected Speaker of the House. And really not only was she historic because of the fact that she made history because of her gender, but also because of the way that she was able to command control of her party. She both had fierce loyalty from Democrats while also having them fear her a bit. And she was really someone who could whip votes. She never lost a house floor vote. Or she put a bill on the House floor. She knew that it was going to pass, which is remarkable. And what you see here, I'm really even hearing from some Republicans who may be quietly will say it. It's a lot of admiration for the fact that she was able to get done what she was able to get done. It is a big change because for Democrats, it's not just Nancy Pelosi, but it's also Jim Clyburn and steny Hoyer, her number two and three who are also going to be stepping away. And it seems as though there's going to be this breadth of fresh air breath of a new generation of democratic leaders that are going to have a lot of challenges on their hand because they are going to be in the minority, even though Republicans have a majority in the House. They're going to be the ones that are going to have to try to protect their interests and their priorities while also not having the power of being in the majority. I think it's going to be an interesting time for Democrats. And I think it also, in some ways, is they're creating questions on the Republican side in terms of generational shifts. We saw, of course, Mitch McConnell get challenged and survived
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Evaluates the Significance of Trump’s Big Announcement
"Okay, he's in. He's doing it. He's running for president. Trump made his big announcement last night at Mar-a-Lago. And well, Debbie and I were invited, but we weren't there. I had, well, I had the podcast. I had my local Q&A, which is a live back and forth. It's very interesting. A lot of it focused on this topic and also on midterm results. Where we go forward. And then Debbie and I were like, hey, Trump is announcing right now. Let's go watch. So Danielle and Brandon were in the audience at Mar-a-Lago, but we were not media. We're watching. And of course it was a little bit of deja vu. We know that room. We know that atmosphere we were kind of scrolling through the audience to see if there were people we recognize and there were some and yet as Trump was talking, Debbie was like, man, this guy, you know, he's well into his 70s and why does he do it? What's motivating him? You know, he gets so much attack and the attacks are so vicious and they're not going to stop. And sure enough, in fact, this morning, I look on social media and look at this. This is from NPR. Breaking. This is the headline. Donald Trump who tried to overthrow the results of the 2020 presidential election and inspired a deadly riot at the capitol in a desperate attempt to keep himself in power, has filed to run for president again at 2024. That's the headline. And it just shows you really what clowns these people in the media are. They're not even pretending to be neutral or unbiased. I mean, you could think of it. You could rewrite that headline like this. In fact, this is Bruce border, but kind of quote tweeting it. And he rewrites the headline. President breaking, president Donald Trump, who is widely believed to have won 2020 election that was plagued with unverifiable mail in ballots, untrustworthy electronic voting machines and unexplained vote counting stop and simultaneous across multiple states has filed to run for president. Think of it, if there was conservatives dominated the media, they could do this. This would be the kind of, and the point is not that this is a legitimate headline, but this is parodying the stupid headline coming from NPR, which is basically now a national joke, at least in terms of doing any kind of journalism. But back to Trump, his point is, you know, a normal person would retreat from the field. It would be like, I've got a great life, Mar-a-Lago's a lot nicer than The White House. Why do I actually want, do I need the headache? What is Trump's motivation? Is it just the Trump as like he loves being president? And he wants to be president again. It's just fun. Is it that is it a vindication? You know what? I got, I lost the trophy last time. I was unjustly deprived of it. I need to win again just to show and vindicate myself. Is that it? Is it just simple patriotism? Trump is like, you know what? I love the country. And even though I'm I could be sitting on a beach somewhere and just sipping a cocktail. I'm going to do this because I believe. Honestly, believe I could make the country a better
AP News Radio
Candidates who backed overturning Trump loss are rebuffed
"Election deniers who backed Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election failed in some of their highest profile races I'm Ben Thomas with a look Pennsylvania Michigan and Wisconsin went for President Biden in 2020 In 2022 the Republican nominees for governor in those swing states all repeated Donald Trump's false claims that the presidential election had been stolen in all three of those candidates lost after winning reelection Wisconsin governor Tony Evers the Democrat told his supporters you showed up because you saw our democracy was on a brink of existence and he decided to do a damn thing about it That means the GOP won't be able to change the way elections are administered in Wisconsin but nearly a third of the 85 Republican candidates for governor Secretary of State and attorney general embrace Trump's efforts to overturn his 2020 loss about half one and in two key states Arizona and Nevada races for top posts remain too close to call Republican candidate for Arizona governor Carrie Lake telling her supporters on election night We had a big day today and don't let those cheaters and crooks think anything different I'm Ben Thomas
AP News Radio
Voting is underway in Nevada. Here's what to know about voting and ballot access in 2022
"Man's been arrested on suspicion of tampering with voting equipment while casting his ballot in a primary race back in June Police in Pueblo Colorado have arrested 31 year old Richard Patton a registered Democrat after an investigation when a voting machine locked itself in tamper evident seals on the equipment that appeared to have been disturbed Authorities allege during a June primary Patton inserted a USB thumb drive into a voting machine although it doesn't appear he was able to access any data The incident is heightening concerns among election officials disputes after the 2020 presidential election could inspire some voters to meddle with or sabotage election equipment Tampering is now a felony punishable by up to three years in prison Patton was tracked down by the driver's license he used to
AP News Radio
Biden to speak on threats to democracy ahead of midterms
"President Biden will speak again on threats to democracy at a democratic political event tonight in Washington Less than a week before the midterm elections President Biden will continue a theme he raised in Philadelphia in September Donald Trump and the migra Republicans represented extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic The president's scheduled to speak at an event in union station near the U.S. capitol tonight hosted by the Democratic National Committee The president will address the threat of election deniers they said and those who seek to undermine faith in voting in democracy White House senior adviser Anita Dunn tells axios the president will be very clear tonight that he is speaking to people who don't agree with him on any issues campaigning for Democrats in Florida last night Biden warned of a hundreds of candidates who have denied the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election Folks this ain't your father's Republican Party This is a different breed of cat Jennifer King Washington
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on WTOP
"Attack on the U.S. capitol. Resulted from former president Donald Trump, orchestrating a multipart plan to overturn the 2020 presidential election. That's according to members of the House January 6th committee, including Republican Liz Cheney. The vast weight of evidence presented so far has shown us that the central cause of January 6th was one man, Donald Trump, CBS News correspondent Linda Kenya is on Capitol Hill, listening into the hearing. Fellow Republican Adam kinzinger put it this way. His intent was plain, ignore the rule of law and stay in power. Chairman Benny Thompson says still to calm, documentation from the Secret Service and a possible vote on further investigative action. A final report from the house January 6th committee is expected by the end of this year. CBS News special report, I'm Jim crissa. Keep it here on WTO we'll bring you more from this hearing as we roll through the afternoon. Knew this afternoon, DNA evidence helped police find a suspect in two local home invasions and sex assaults from 11 years ago. 42 year old Alfonso Owens was indicted in a D.C. case in July and on Tuesday he was indicted in prince George's county. Prosecutors there say Owens broke into a home in September of 2011 and raped a ten year old. D.C. police say the sex assault there happened in October of the same year involving an 11 year old. Owens faces a dozen charges, but is already serving more than a double life sentence for a Baltimore home invasion and sex assault in 2015. Michigan state university's president is resigning. The news comes three years after he was hired to help clean up the PR mess from Larry Nassar's sex assault scandal. Samuel Stanley junior says he no longer has confidence in the school's board of trustees. He can no longer serve. Trustees have criticized his decision to remove the business school dean over a title 9 dispute. Well, the faculty Senate and the student government approved no confidence votes against the trustees who are picked in statewide elections. Larry and Astor is the Doctor Who's in prison for life after raping and sexually assaulting hundreds of young women, many of them gymnasts. Money news at 25 and 55 after the hour, Jeff clay bought things are looking pretty good. Indeed, they are 90 minutes of training to go and despite this morning's inflation report, the Dow is up 792 points, that is 2.7%. The S&P 500 Index is up 84, two and a half percent, the NASDAQ is up, 200 points. That's a 2% gain. Another big jump in mortgage rates this week. Freddie Mac says the average rate on a 30 year fix is now 6.92%. Last time 30 or 8 average 7% was 20 years ago. A 15 year fix is now topped 6%. A year ago, 15 year fix was closer to just 2%. The social security cost of living adjustment next year will be 8.7% on this morning's inflation report. That is the biggest in 40 years. It'll boost the average monthly social security payment by about a $145 a month. The Hilton flag will fly atop a new high rise in roslin. The Washington business journal reports developers have chosen Hilton to run the 330 room hotel that will be part of a 36 story building, replacing a Holiday Inn in Rosalind that was demolished two years ago, the development will also include more than 500 apartments. Jeff clay will double you TLB news. Money news brought to you by the Montgomery county economic development corporation. Be next to Montgomery
AP News Radio
Five takeaways from Ohio's US Senate debate - CNN
"Ohio's democratic and Republican candidates for U.S. Senate faced off in a debate Monday night and it devolved quickly into attacks In a debate carried by news nation Democrat and incumbent Tim Ryan accused his Republican challenger of calling into question the 2020 presidential election But I tell you what I think politically is a huge threat to our democracy And that's guys that don't have the guts to stand up to their own party Republican Senate candidate JD Vance accused Ryan of taking money from pharmaceutical companies This guy is the biggest fan of pharma and he's the biggest fan of a legal pharma which is the Mexican drug cartels that are bringing this poison into our country Vance also accused Ryan of supporting policies that led to a ten year old girl in Ohio being raped and Ryan accused Vance of starting
AP News Radio
Trump files $475 million defamation lawsuit against CNN
"Former president Donald Trump is suing CNN The price tag on the lawsuit $475 million that is how much ex-president Donald Trump says CNN should have to pay him for defaming him The suit is filed in federal court in Florida and centers on the phrase the big lie referring to Trump's false claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election that put Joe Biden in The White House However numerous federal and local officials in both parties as well as the court former campaign officials and even Trump's own attorney general have
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on WCPT 820
"So Trump has asked the Trump. Donald. He asked if the FBI will change the results of the 2020 presidential election. Yeah. That's a fascist move. First off, does the FBI have, how would I'm confused? There is no mechanism for the FBI to change the outcome of the election. There's no mechanism period once the election is certified to change the outcome of the election. You can't just hold a do over election in the middle of the next term. I would have loved to have done that for the 2000 election. What did you? Absolutely. Considering the man actually won Florida technically won the election. Or the 2016 election. For the 2016 election, he literally wrote now that the FBI and DoJ have been caught in a massive and determinative election rating scam. What? Yeah. Are they going to change the results of the 20 they should? Wait, what? I'm confused. That kid that bob cesca plays all the time. He's like Herschel. Is he drinking with Herschel Walker is drinking now? I mean, I don't think he's hit his head as many times as Herschel Walker did. That's true. He has not. Well, he doesn't Herschel Walker actually wasn't athlete at one point in his life. He needs to get, he needs to go bye bye. You want you could do so. You do. You want to. That's my nephew. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. I don't understand him. Can you help me help anti mommy? And the FBI did find more than 11,000 government records at the end of the surge of Mar-a-Lago. Yeah. And 48 folders were emptied that were labeled as classified and they're like, well, that means there was nothing in them. No, that means there's probably something in them. Where did that go? They have given them away. To somebody else. That to me is more concerning than the files that are actually there. To me, it suggests that he sold them or gave them away. Right. And hopefully the national archives has a way of tracking. They should know what he had. Because documents are checked out, they know what has been requested and what's available what he has and what has not been returned. So hopefully they can identify what belongs in those folders and if you actually had those documents, which raises the question of where are they now? Right. Yeah, that's my concern, because everybody was like, well, he could have copied them, but there's no way to know if somebody's taking a photograph or something or copied something because there's really no way to know that. But if they're missing the originals. That's something completely the originals are missing. He is that DOM, I think, to just give away the originals instead of copying. Right. It's top secret. It's on special paper. You can't photocopy it. It's not there. That was a good Donald Trump. I can't do him. I don't want to either. And the best we got this week, okay? Yeah, okay. I can not do Donald Trump imitation, even though I have the cold going on in my because isn't people saying says it's like a headphone. Marlon Brenda with the head cold on speed. Yep. Yeah, I just can't do that. I can't do Brando either, so there's that. No, he did go to my vet when my dog when she got injured. Okay. And she was paralyzed from her waist down basically. She couldn't move her back legs at all. Right. Brando's dog went to my dog's neurologist. Okay. And neurologist for my dog. That's adorable. I'm more excited about the fact that you shared a neurologist, a dog neurologist with Marlon Brando. I know, isn't that weird? And shadow eventually did start walking again. She was, she was the Belle of that veterinary clinic when she started why. They were shocked that she started walking again. Anyway, so Mark Meadows has turned over more texts and emails to the national archives. Yeah, and the timing on it was kind of suspicious, wasn't it? It seems like he was concerned. To me that she was holding on to things. He said, it was within a week of the search on Mar-a-Lago. He turned over stuff that weren't classified, but they were government records because any emails from his government. Accounts. Email accounts or phone are our records. He's been in. He's also been engaged in trying to get Donald to return documents to the national archives as well. And that's the thing. It's like this feels a little cover your ass to me. He was trying to clean it with Trump to get things back to the national archives because he knew all along what Trump was doing with those documents was wrong. Absolutely. Everybody did that has any sense of anything. And Meadows was a he's been in government before. Now, Donald has been counseled to cut his contact with Mark Meadows because they want to throw Mark Meadows under the bus. Correct. Absolutely. I think he may be the Qualcomm crater. Yeah, I think I'm hoping that Mark Meadows finally does the right thing just for his own to save his own ass. He could be doing the right thing already that might be why the Department of Justice declined to prosecute him for the subpoena that he is ignoring. Or he's a target. It's one of the two. He's either in cooperating with his or he's a target as what my thoughts are. And we have legal people hopefully this week that will help us with that. Marco Rubio. Please, please, Florida, get this man. Let him just read Bible verses from now on. Let's leave the Senate. To being a youth pastor. He is perfect for that job. Perfect. He's young. He's now he knows his Matthews. And his Sean's and stuff. So, you know, I can't quote the Bible because I only read it the one time. So he said that it's a storage argument for what happened at Mar-a-Lago and classified it can overdue library book. I mean, this is just insanity. He's really a coarse at its core it's a storage argument that they're making. They're arguing that our documents there, they don't deny he should have access to no. But they deny that they were properly short. No, he doesn't, because he was stripped of his top secret clearance by President Biden. Yeah, he's no longer getting those briefings. Because he's illegally is not allowed. These documents, even if he wants, you know what I mean? 'cause legally, he's not allowed to read anything that is classified.
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on WTOP
"Sarah Jacobs Juan Herrera is our producer. The top stories we're following for you this evening, a federal appeals court tells South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham, he doesn't have to testify before a Georgia grand jury looking into election interference for now. A special grand jury is investigating plots to overturn Trump's 2020 presidential election lost in Georgia, a subpoena had instructed the South Carolina Republican to testify, but that's on hold while the decision is made over whether the subpoenas should be partially quashed or modified because of protections granted to members of Congress. The investigation stems from a phone call with Trump and the then Georgia Secretary of State suggesting he could find the boats needed to overturn his loss there. The DA wants to ask Graham about calls he made in connection with that. I'm Julie Walker. CBS News has learned former president Trump's legal team plans to ask a judge to appoint an independent reviewer to evaluate the documents seized by the FBI from his Florida home. Deborah reports on the investigation into Trump's handling of classified documents, which remains a hot button issue. Another document of interest, the affidavit used to get approval for the FBI search. The Justice Department says releasing the affidavit could cause irreparable damage to their ongoing criminal investigation. But more than a dozen media organizations, including CBS News, argue the public has a clear and powerful interest in understanding more of what prompted the unprecedented search. The federal judge in Florida who signed off on the FBI search has given the Justice Department until Thursday to submit proposed redactions to the affidavit. Two sources close to Trump say his legal team is also still determining how to handle the surveillance video that captured the FBI search. The co chair of the January 6th committee, Wyoming congresswoman Liz Cheney was on ABC's this week. She said it seems the former president left law enforcement with no choice but to execute a search warrant. We were in a position where
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"Your rule, which was granted early is now dissolved, a law is statue is always presumed to be constitutional until a court rules a block. Abortion clinics in New Orleans and Baton Rouge have canceled appointments. The house elect committee investigating the capitol attack meets with a former White House counsel. Former White House counsel pat cipollone had an 8 hour private interview with the January 6th committee, so the lonely has been a sought after witness over his role trying to prevent then president Donald Trump from challenging the 2020 presidential election and joining the violent mob at the capitol. So belloni was subpoenaed for his testimony and stunning testimony last week the panel was told by former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson that supermodel warned the defeated president would be charged with every crime imaginable if he went to the capitol on January 6th, trying to stop the certification of Joe Biden's election. Norman hall, Washington. This is AP news. A new poll finds people concerned about inflation and personal finances, a new poll from The Associated Press norc center for public affairs research, posing an open ended question on the top priorities the government should work on in the next year. Winds 40% of respondents name inflation. PNC Financial Services group chief economist Gus faucher notes, wage growth is good, but it's not keeping up with inflation so people rightfully feel like they're falling behind. In all, 77% of those surveyed mentioned the economy in some way, 44% personal finances, but just 10% specifically mentioned jobs. If the economy is adding 375,400 thousand jobs per month, which we've been doing, over the last few months, that's a very strong economy. Ben Thomas, Washington, actor Tony sirico, who played Pauly walnuts on The Sopranos is dead at 79. His manager says surico died in an assisted living facility in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I'm Tim McGuire, AP news. A federal judge has ruled the U.S. government isn't doing enough to protect a rare and declining species of whale. I'm Ben Thomas with details. North Atlantic right whale number less than 340. Once numerous, they were decimated during the commercial whaling era, and recent years have seen their population decline rapidly. Friday, a federal judge ruled the government is violating both the endangered species act and the marine mammal protection act by failing to protect the right whale from lethal entanglement in lobster fishing gear. The judge writes the ruling does not suggest the government must immediately shutter the American lobster fishery, but it does need to come up with new rules to protect the right whale from extinction, right whales give birth off Florida and Georgia and come north to the waters of New England and Canada to feed. Scientists say warming ocean temperatures are causing them to stray from protected areas in search of food, leaving them more vulnerable to entanglement and the lethal collisions with ships. I'm Ben Thomas. In an era of transparency in Arizona law limits the filming of police, Arizona's Republican governor signed the law Thursday making it illegal to knowingly video police officers 8 feet or closer without their permission. The penalty is a misdemeanor and would likely incur a fine without jail time. Civil rights and media groups oppose the measure the new law doesn't make exceptions for the press and both say it raises serious constitutional issues. The ACLU of Arizona says it's unlikely that other states might follow suit given questions about constitutionality. The law comes nearly a year after the Department of Justice opened an investigation into whether police officers in Phoenix are using excessive force. I'm Julie Walker. Hey, where'd you get that synthesizer? I just bought it. Since we're saving so much with no mortgage down payment and no PMI with navy federal credit union, I figured I'd put some
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on KOMO
"The January 6th committee featured one witness who offered some shocking accounts of then president Donald Trump's behavior as he sought to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. President reached up towards the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. Mister engel grabbed his arm, he said, sir, you need to take your hand off the steering wheel. We're going back to the west wing. We're not going to the capitol. Cassidy Hutchinson was an aide to then White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, ABC Steve Roberts and Aaron couture ski were monitoring the hearing. Steve first, the president knew the crowd was armed and said he would go to the capitol with them. That in and of itself, the committee of vice chair Liz Cheney said is astounding. Well, it is astounding. The notion and what this builds is this picture that we've been hearing over and over again from this committee now for weeks. Trying to demonstrate the president's intent, trying to demonstrate that he was very knowledgeable about the intent of the crowd, and he was very knowledgeable about the challenge for perhaps even a violent challenge to what was going on in the capitol on January 6th, which was the counting of the ballots. And this has two implications here, and the one is legal. Hovering out there is the possibility. It's still a small one, I think, Aaron, but it's still hovering out there, the possibility of bringing criminal charges or civil charges against the president, but they would have to be able to prove that he knowingly was subverting the process of the government. But there's this larger political question. Apart from the legal question. It's a separate question, Aaron. And the other testimony about his lack of control about throwing dishes against the wall about upsetting cable costs about grabbing for the steering wheel of the president's vehicle to get them to the capitol. These are moments that speak not just to the issues of January 6th. They speak to the mentality of the president. They speak to the self control of the president. They speak to the president's qualifications to hold this office so there are enormous political implications down the line here, Aaron, apart from the legal ones. ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts our political director Rick Klein is here. Steve alluded to it Rick and I wanted to ask you about some of the, I mean, let's face it mind boggling details about the president's behavior that day as related by Cassidy Hutchinson, Rick, she said that there was a conversation about Trump going into the House chamber on January 6th after his rally at the ellipse, got into the presidential limousine nicknamed the beast, thought he was going up to the capitol and when he was told no, Hutchinson said he became irate and said, I'm the effing president, take me up to the capitol now and even lunged at the head of his Secret Service detail. The mental limits of this conjures Aaron, I don't think you could get away with in a bad novel about Washington. I don't think it would have a place in 24 or in any work of fiction. ABC's Rick Klein, Steve Roberts and Aaron karski, stayed with northwest news radio for the very latest on the January 6th committee's hearings. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. Time now for money news here on northwest news radio, here's Daria albinger. From ABC News, Wall Street now stocks fell on continued worries about the economy the Dow plunged 491 points the NASDAQ closed down 343 and the S&P gave up 79. A lot of Americans are feeling pretty uneasy about the economy. The conference board's latest consumer confidence index slip to 98.7 in June from 103.2 in May falling for the second month in a row. The drop to the lowest level since February of 2021 is due mainly to persistent inflation, which is driving up prices for gas and food and in response to the Federal Reserve's plan to slow inflation by raising interest rates. Daria Albin ABC News. Why do people climb mountains in Washington state some do it to improve their health and raise money? Bill Schwartz on the climb for clean air. More washingtonians, more kiddos, are having difficulty breathing. That's season Altman, American lung association of Washington executive director. She points to COVID-19 wildfires and indoor pollutants as the cause behind increased respiratory illness. In Washington state nearly 600,000 adults and 120,000 youngsters live with asthma. Research has showed people who have asthma and other lung disease improve at higher altitudes. It worked for our state's most famous mountaineers and asthma sufferers Lou and Jim Whitaker. And Lou and his twin brother had asthma as little kids and they're in their 80s now. And at that point in time, you know, very kind of innovatively their doctor said, you know, get out into nature, like use your lungs, get out into elevation. Lou Whitaker helped launch the climb for clean air on Mount Rainier in 1987. And last weekend, oltman was thrilled to see an all female climbing team take on the iconic peak. That is comprised of all women of color. So there's 11 women that formed this team, women of the global majority, and they are definitely not representative of the sport and they're definitely not representative of the participants that we typically see in this mountaineering program but we're so excited to support. That team raised $75,000 to support the lung association, including a new enhanced care for children with asthma program. Altman says the American lung association of Washington offers help with indoor air quality checks. We know that cleaning solutions, cleaning methods
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"The State Department says about 100 Americans remain in Afghanistan. Some Pennsylvania Republicans still haven't accepted the results of the 2020 presidential election. Republicans in the state Senate are pushing what they call a forensic investigation, and they plan to meet next week to vote on subpoenas. Democrats have vowed to fight any subpoenas in court, and this week, election officials declined to testify. Former President Donald Trump continues to make claims that the election was rigged against him, although evidence has not been uncovered. To Washington politics, where President Biden is pushing for bipartisan support to raise the debt ceiling, something Republicans want no part of President Biden does not believe Democrats alone should raise the debt ceiling. But instead, lawmakers from both parties should join shouldn't be a political issue. It's something that is about the full faith and the faith and credit of the United States. Government press secretary Jen Psaki was responding to a question about the potential of Democrats raising the debt limit through budget reconciliation process that does not Require Republican votes. Top Democrats in Congress say they will not tie the debt limit to reconciliation, forcing a vote that will need 60. Yes is in the Senate. Republican leaders insist there is not sufficient support from the GOP and say Democrats can do it on their own. That's Fox. Is Jared Halpern reporting from Capitol Hill? I'm Pam who's Oh, and this is Fox News. Tradition.
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"When news breaks we break in news, radio K. L. B. J Secretary of State Antony Blinken can expect have questions when he testifies before Congress next week about the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan. Why didn't they listen to the intelligence community warnings? The assessment. Coming out of the I see why didn't they listened to their top generals? Why they go to politicos in the White House and completely botch this evacuation. Republican Congressman Michael McCaul is the ranking member on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, the State Department says about 100 Americans remain in Afghanistan. Some Pennsylvania Republicans still haven't accepted the results of the 2020 presidential election. Republicans in the state Senate are pushing what they call a forensic investigation, and they plan to meet next week to vote on subpoenas. Democrats have vowed to fight any subpoenas in court, and this week, election officials declined to testify. Former President Donald Trump continues to make claims that the election was rigged against him, although evidence has not been uncovered. To Washington politics, where President Biden is pushing for bipartisan support to raise the debt ceiling, something Republicans want no part of President Biden does not believe Democrats alone should raise the debt ceiling. But instead, lawmakers from both parties should join shouldn't be a political issue. It's something that is about the full faith and the faith and credit of the United States. Government press secretary Jen Psaki was responding to a question about the potential of Democrats raising the dead limit through budget reconciliation process that does not Require Republican votes. Top Democrats in Congress say they will not tie the debt limit to reconciliation, forcing a vote that will need 60. Yes is in the Senate. Republican leaders insist there is not sufficient support from the GOP and say Democrats can do it on their own. That's Fox. Is Jared Halpern reporting from Capitol.
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"To Fox news podcasts. Com Secretary of State Antony Blinken can expect have questions when he testifies before Congress next week about the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan. Why didn't they listen to the intelligence community Warnings assessment? Coming out of the I see. Why didn't they listen to their top generals? Why they go the porticos and the White House and completely botch this evacuation. Republican Congressman Michael McCaul is the ranking member on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, the State Department says about 100 Americans remain in Afghanistan. Some Pennsylvania Republicans still haven't accepted the results of the 2020 presidential election. Republicans in the state Senate are pushing what they call a forensic investigation, and they plan to meet next week to vote on subpoenas. Democrats have vowed to fight any subpoenas in court. And this week, election officials declined to testify. Former President Donald Trump continues to make claims that the election was rigged against him. Although evidence has not been uncovered to Washington politics, where President Biden is pushing for bipartisan support to raise the debt ceiling, something Republicans want no part of President Biden does not believe Democrats alone should raise the debt ceiling. But instead, lawmakers from both parties should join a political issue. It's something that is about the full faith and the faith and credit of the United States government press Secretary Jen Psaki was responding to a question about the potential of Democrats raising the debt limit through budget reconciliation, a process that does not require Republican votes. Top Democrats in Congress say they will not tie the debt limit to reconciliation, forcing a vote that will need 60. Yes is in the Senate. Republican leaders insist there is not sufficient support from the GOP and say Democrats can do it on their own. That's Fox. Is Jared Halpern reporting from Capitol Hill?.
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"I'm meteorologist Ken Boone at the Weather Channel News brought to you by in classic Chevrolet, Texas Republicans are raising the passage of the voting bill that remains stalled in the House. After Democrats broke quorum men flew to Washington, D. C. The bill passed the Senate yesterday, State Senator Brian Hughes says Republicans aren't backing down how much fraud is okay? None. How much suppression is okay? None. That's why Senate Bill one makes it easy to vote and hard to cheat, and we will stay here for as long as it takes and come back as many times as it takes to give these protections to every Texas voter, Texas Democrats say the bill discriminates against people with disabilities and communities of color. Many of them are lobbering for federal legislation in Washington, D. C. Many Republican led states or considering or are already past election reform laws in the wake of the 2020 presidential election. Democrats arguing that the laws are meant to suppress voters and keep Republicans in control. Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel responds to that criticism on the Faulkner focused Democrats are really fancy with their rhetoric and using racism. To talk about these laws. But the reality is the vast majority of Americans across party lines. Think we should have voter ID. They think we should have bipartisan people in the polls watching They agree. 24 hour drive through voting. How are you going? How are you going to man that the Justice Department is suing Georgia over its election reform laws. Texas Business Real time numbers on Wall Street. The Dow up by 37 S and P 500 higher by nine in the NASDAQ Up by 28 News. Also brought to you by classic Chevrolet from the WBA up News desk. I'm Clayton Neville. Your next updated 12 30 24 7 news coverage. W b a p dot com This This is what's happened. To exercise the right to vote should do so freely. The latest stuff refused to show up to work. We're not doing this for Democrats check in 345 times today have some teas whose attendance is not excuse for the purpose of securing and maintaining their attendance under warrant..
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"Is about to hand down a sentence for former police officer Derek Chauvin, who in April was convicted of murder in last year's death of George Floyd during an arrest. He also faces federal civil rights charges in Floyd's death. The Justice Department today. Announcing a lawsuit against Georgia over the state's new voting law. Attorney General Merrick Garland says a new law passed by Georgia's legislature discriminates against black voters. The complaint alleges that the state enacted those restrictions with the purpose of denying or bridging the right to vote. On account of race or color. Garland has said the civil rights division will be scrutinizing new laws being proposed and passed and GOP led states in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election. Republican governors and lawmakers say those laws do not curb voter access but ensure secure elections. Foxes Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill The Manhattan district attorney's office has reportedly told former President Trump's attorneys that it is considering filing criminal charges against the Trump Organization. The New York Times reports. The case involves fringe benefits the company awarded the top executive America is listening to Fox News News brought to you by Napa Auto parts, whether it's offering curbside her next day delivery for online orders on over 160,000 parts or getting involved in their local communities. When it comes to serving you, Napa's motor never quits. That's Napa know how Eastbound 6 35 as you head from Donaldson to Garland. You're running into slow traffic from Skillman over to Garland Road..
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on AP News
"Infrastructure, including broadband, including our Water system and our rail system, all of which is good for the economy. It's not what the president wanted. He was asking for much more than the $953 billion, but this reminds me of the days we used to get an awful lot done up in the United States Congress we actually work. We had five parts steel. Bipartisan deals mean to compromise. Details of the deal are scarce to start. The Biden administration is extending the nationwide ban on evictions for a month to help tenants unable to make rent payments during the pandemic. The government says the economy grew at a solid 6.4% rate in the first three months of the year, setting the stage for what economists believe may be the strongest year for the economy in about seven decades. New data says nearly all coronavirus deaths in the U. S are now in people who weren't vaccinated. Rudy Giuliani has been suspended from practicing law in New York, an appeals court disciplinary committee ruled Giuliani made false statements to the courts, The public and lawmakers as he pushed theories that the 2020 presidential election was stolen through fraud. This is a P news Turkish and U. S. Military officials met about Turkish troops in Afghanistan after the US leaves Turkey, NATO's only majority Muslim member, has offered to protect and run the Hamid Karzai International Airport, the main gateway into Afghanistan after the alliance pulls out of the country, the country which has around 500 non combat troops in Afghanistan. Is, however, seeking U. S and other allies support for the mission. Turkey also wants Pakistan and Hungary, too involved in the mission. I'm Zaria shockingly. Leaders of indigenous groups in Canada say investigators have found hundreds of unmarked graves at the site of a former residential schools for indigenous Children Discovery that follows last month's report. 215 bodies found at another school. The search with ground penetrating radar resulted in 751 hits, indicating at least 600 bodies were buried in the area. Search continues. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Mm hmm. This.
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Unless, of course, you're living in a section eight. You don't have to pay any money whatsoever. So this is this is it 844 542 42 5 await that Biden administration doesn't care about inflation. Uh, their new constituencies are on welfare or have trust funds. One has money to burn in the other has benefits that increase with inflation. Yeah, exactly. It's like the fact that they've, uh they've changed the tax code to the fact that I think about half the population now is as Mitt Romney got into trouble for saying, But he was right. Half the population doesn't pay taxes, basically. So you know, when you talk about taxes going up the the the constituency for being offended by that, and wanting tax cuts has been significantly reduced. 844 540 to 42 617 good monologue any further information about Giuliani Pro Trump here in case you didn't hear. Giuliani has been suspended from the practice of law by the New York Bar Association today, and they said that he had he had made the willful misstatements about the results of the 2020 presidential election. This is this is again this is what happens in a one party system and New York state you know, from top to bottom is is one party. You know whether it's politics or the bar Association or academia? It's amazing that they've even been able to send. Uh, send People like Shelly Silver. Sheldon Silver, the former Assembly speaker, Democrat, the prisoner and close to sending him the president. They they're not send than anybody else the prison and that's That's one reason why Eric Adams won the primary or seems to be winning the primary in the mayor's race. Does anyone ever get job trained for these programs? No, that's the whole I gotta I gotta do another column on, uh, on the famous Tom Wolfe magazine story that became half of a book, Uh, mall bowing the flak catchers. It's all about the job training programs in San Francisco, but it really applied to every every job training program everywhere. I saw him when I was came out of college in the seventies, and they be they have this thing called the experiment in self reliance, and it was it was an experiment and governmental dependency is what it was. It took me about two days to realize that and they had these things in every big city in the country. And it's just a scam. And and Biden's trying to bring it back. Biden is trying to bring back all this great society stuff. You know, you get you get paid for having more illegitimate kids. You have that job training programs that don't train you for jobs. Everything is everything is coming back, and it's going to be a disaster. Just like the great society was the war on poverty. 844 540 to 42..
KPRC 950 AM
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Of a 12 story beachfront condo complex in service. Miami Dade Fire rescue as well people coming from all around to try and do what they can. Fox's Steve Harrigan, it appears President Biden and a bipartisan group of senators have reached an agreement on a nearly $1 trillion infrastructure deal. The announcement coming after a meeting this afternoon at the White House with administration officials and the Senators, Michigan Republican Senate investigation into the state's 2020 election finds no evidence of any wrongdoing that in a 55 page report that says citizens should be confident that the election's outcome represents the true results in which Joe Biden defeated then President Donald Trump by about 155,000 votes. Despite still claims of voter fraud, Michigan Republicans are recommending legislation To close what they call real vulnerabilities in future elections, including tougher photo ID rules that Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer will veto if they reach her desk boxes. Japanese So a New York state appeals court has suspended Rudy Giuliani from law practice in the state. The panel ruling the former New York City mayor and personal attorney to former President Trump Made false and misleading statements to courts, lawmakers and the public during his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election..
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm rich Dennison Fox News. At least two people are dead following an early morning partial collapse of a 12 story beachfront condo complex in Surfside, Florida just outside of Miami. It's a really, really tragic situation, so we'll hope for the best in terms of additional recoveries. But we are bracing for some bad news. Just given the destruction that that we're seeing Florida governor Iran to Santa. Several residents were injured. Many had to be freed by rescue crews. They're using cadaver. Incredible from fire rescue, not just from Surfside, Miami Dade fire rescue as well. People coming from all around to try and do what they can. Fox's Steve Harrigan, it appears President Biden and a bipartisan group of senators have reached an agreement on a nearly $1 trillion infrastructure deal. The announcement coming after a meeting this afternoon at the White House with administration officials and the Senators, Michigan Republican Senate investigation into the state's 2020 election finds no evidence of any wrongdoing. That out of 55 page report that says citizens should be confident that the election's outcome represents the true results in which Joe Biden defeated then President Donald Trump by about 155,000 votes despite still claims of voter fraud. Michigan Republicans are recommending legislation to close what they call real vulnerabilities in future elections, including tougher photo ID rules that Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer will veto if they reach her desk boxes. Jackman, also a New York state appeals court has suspended Rudy Giuliani from law practice in the state. The panel ruling the former New York City mayor and personal attorney to former President Trump Made false and misleading statements to courts, lawmakers and the public during his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election..
"2020 presidential election" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Not every state's electoral votes, and then they will vote on whether or not to certify the 2020 presidential election. However, some GOP senators plan to object claiming voter fraud. Nearly a dozen Senate Republicans say that they are going to object is Congress officially counts those electoral votes. The president has tweeted about this, saying that the country is going to love them for this. Thies, current and incoming senators say they want to commission toe audit the presidential election results and they write quote on January 6th. It is incumbent on Congress to vote on whether to certify the 2020 election results. That vote is the lone constitutional power remaining to consider end force resolution of the multiple allegations of serious voter fraud. False is Rich Edson. The moves given little chance of succeeding and another political bombshell was set for Tuesday when George's Room all Senate elections will determine which party controls the U. S. Senate record number of Georgians have already turned out to vote early now the focus for Democrats Republicans is physically getting their voters to the polls come Election day, Republicans said there, Kelly left Lor, making a number of stops around the state as he tries to make a case compelling enough to get GOP voters to actually show up and cast a valley come Tuesday, and she's doing so without the help of fellow Republican Senator David Perdue. Who was quarantining after a covert 19 exposure. That's Fox's Charles Watson. On Monday, President Trump and vice President Pence and President elect Biden and Vice President elect Harris will campaign in Georgia for their party's candidates. Later today. Congress convenes for a new session with lawmakers sworn into office. Nancy Pelosi is expected to be re elected as House speaker by fellow Democrats. Americans listening to Fox News. I do solemnly swear I am a federal employees. So you win in playoff federal that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States. I am a customs and border protection officer, and my job is to keep my country safe against all enemies, Foreign and domestic. I do that not for the pay or the glamour.