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"a garden president" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"a garden president" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Now bob, I understand you've got a theory about this pipeline. Hi, yes, sir. Good morning, Tom. Hi. Thank you. We can't figure out why all these illegal migrants are coming over. What if they're getting ready for a war? What if I don't burn these guys in over here and we're going to go to war with Russia and we've seen all these men illegal men over the bottom. Bob, look, that's a theory, and it's a pretty good theory. Look, there's this idea in America that are nation is set that nobody's going to nobody's going to come and fight us for the Louisiana territory. Nobody's going to come and fight us for the state of California. I disagree with that. And all you have to do is look at what's happening right now with Russia and Ukraine. I mean, Russia wants their property back. And I sincerely believe that there are plenty of people in Mexico and part south that want to retake what was once their property, and that would be California and New Mexico and Arizona and Texas. So I don't think that's out of the realm of possibility, and we really don't know who or what has been coming across that southern border and bob. We'll open this up to our listeners, but I think there's something to that. And I think that's one of the reasons we need to understand who's been coming across the border and what they're up to. And right. Are these guys if they get into our military? Will there be promised ship? Amelia, are there been any time like that? We don't know. Well, California is offering all of them legal ID cards. So we've got that to contend with. So bob appreciate the call. Thank you for listening. 844-747-8868 bob says, hey, look, maybe these illegals that are flooding the border are actually some sort of a secret army, maybe they're you've got terrorists and they're wanting to commit terrorist activity in the United States. I think that's a possibility. You certainly can't just say, eh, you know, they don't do that anymore. Yes, they do. Yes, they do, ladies and gentlemen. But we need to be looking for any sort of an event that's going to destabilize the nation, something so significant that Biden would want to call off the elections or postpone the elections. And I do think that's a possibility, because the Democrats aren't stupid. They know exactly what's going to happen in the midterm elections. They see the same polling data we see ladies and gentlemen. By the way, we're efforting this new video. This is pretty, this is pretty remarkable. There was an event in the rose garden, President Biden, and misses doctor First Lady Joe Biden in a very unflattering dress. Is standing up there and clearly the president is in a state, a very odd state. The video shows her calling the husband over and telling her over and over again you go down this way, Joe, you go down this way, trying to show him how to get off the stage. It's a very small stage, and then he stops and turns and walks the other way. 8 four four 747 88 68. This is the Todd stern's radio show. Duncan is ready for you to fall hard so when you hear those leaves wrestling, it's time to eat sleep and drink pumpkin at Duncan with pumpkin muffins, munchkins and donuts pair them with a classic pumpkin spice signature latte or the ultra smooth pumpkin cream cold brew, America runs on Dunkin price and participation in my very limited time offer terms apply. You see, I knew this was going to be a big story for us here on the ton turns radio program. Yes, our show and the company, a base here in Memphis, Tennessee, but our chief executive officer actually lives in Wichita, Kansas, the great Dalton glasscock. Her Dalton on the show, time and again. And very upset about New York City's mayor Eric Adams. So just the other day, Eric Adams, taking a cheap shot at the state of Kansas. We have a brand. New York has a brand. And when people see it, it means something. You know, when we go there, it's not a Kansas doesn't have a brand. When you go there, okay, you're from Kansas. No. Well, you know what? But New York has a brand. Yeah, not a very good brand. I mean, jeez, hello, look at what's happening in New York City. Well, you know what? Stop, stop. I am not going to do this, but I do know someone who will defend the honor of the great state of Kansas. He wants to be the next Republican governor there, currently the attorney general of the great state, Derek Schmidt, and he is on the patriot mobile newsmaker line..

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"a garden president" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:15 min | 4 months ago

"a garden president" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Drop boxes. In any state that is going to have tight elections and Georgia, you know, had some nail biters, then even those marginal changes could have significant effects. We also investigate a whopping ambulance Bill after a car crash outside Chicago. It's not that one willing to pay for an ambulance. It's that it should be equitable. It should be fair. There's just a complete lack of fairness. And a cargo ship carrying trash from a garbage patch, the size of Texas. First the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jack spear. The interest rate setting Federal Reserve has wrapped up its two day meeting in Washington with yet another boost to short term interest rates, the Central Bank as expected, raising rates by three quarters of a percent to two and a quarter percent, speaking of the conclusion of the meeting fed chair Jerome pause onto recession worries. We're not trying to have a recession and we don't think we have to. We think that there's a path for us to be able to bring inflation down while sustaining a strong labor market. As I mentioned, along with all likelihood, some softening and labor market conditions. If I had promising to continue raising rates as long as necessary today's rate hike boost the cost of everything from car and credit card loans to home mortgages. President Biden is resuming his regular schedule nearly a week after testing positive for the coronavirus and bears Windsor Johnston reports the president who's fully vaccinated and twice boosted says his recovery was quick and his own administration should get some of the credit. Speaking from The White House rose garden, President Biden said he was able to get through the virus with no fear because of the vaccine and treatments that are now available. My symptoms were mild, I recovery was quick, and I'm feeling great. The entire time I was in isolation, I was able to work, to carry out the duties of the office and without any interruption. It's a real statement on where we are in the fight against COVID-19. Biden says the federal response to the pandemic is radically different than when he took office, adding that deaths from COVID-19 are down 90% from a year ago. Windsor Johnston, NPR news, Washington. Melroy grand jury has handed down a 117 count indictment against 21 year old Robert cremo. He's the man accused of opening fire on a 4th of July parade from a rooftop in the Chicago suburb of highland park, killing 7 people wounding more than 30 others. Attorneys for cremo of not yet made a formal response to any of the charges. The government's anti monopoly watchdog wants to block Facebook parent meta from buying the company behind a popular virtual reality app and be our Shannon bond has more. The FTC says instead of competing, Facebook's parent is trying to quote buy its way to the top of the virtual reality industry. The regulator is suing to block its purchase of within the maker of VR fitness app Supernatural. The lawsuit echoes the FTC's claims in another case where it argued meta illegally squashed competition by buying up and coming competitors Instagram and WhatsApp. Meta is investing heavily in virtual reality as it seeks to build the so called metaverse, which the company sees as the next big computing platform. Meta says the FTC's lawsuit is quote based on ideology and speculation, not evidence. Meta pays NPR to license NPR content. Shannon Bond, NPR news. Wall Street responded positively, the feds move on interest rates, the Dow jumped 436 points today. You're listening to NPR. From WAB news in Atlanta, I'm a meal Moffat. We have partly cloudy skies 91° at 5 O four good afternoon. COVID-19 cases are continuing their upward surge in Georgia, and so is the number of people hospitalized for the virus, and is just made or reports the new numbers come as schools are soon set to start in person learning. Since last week, the state reports just under 31,000 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, that's an increase of more than 3000 cases and almost 1500 people hospitalized in numbers from the Atlanta based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show much of the state again with high levels of COVID spread. The highly transmissible BA 5 sub variant is now the dominant strain of the virus, health officials continue to push vaccines boosters and mask wearing in crowded indoor spaces, just made or WAB news. Gwinnett investigators are offering up to $10,000 reward to find who's responsible for a series of fires started by molotov cocktails gwinnett fire rescue says they can't give specific locations on where the explosives were found but officials say there have been 5 incidents in unincorporated parts of the county. The last happened Monday, authorities say so far, there has not been damage to buildings or vehicles and no injuries have been reported. Georgia's democratic candidate for governor Stacey Abrams released a plan today to address what she calls a housing crisis in the state. Housing reporter Stephanie stokes looks at what she's proposing. Housing rarely comes up in statewide elections. Trailing behind issues like the economy and crime. But in announcing her housing platform, Abram says the issues are all connected. If we want public safety, 6 housing. If you want more stable education, fix housing. If you want justice in our communities, fix housing.

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"a garden president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 7 months ago

"a garden president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You sir One teenager is dead another rescued after sand collapsed on them at a New Jersey beach First responders tried frantically to rescue the two teens who were reported trapped in Tom's river Police say the two were digging a large hole in the sand when it collapsed on them 18 year old Levi cavalry who was visiting from Maine died is 17 year old sister got on alive Sweden and Finland officially applied to join NATO in Brussels this morning NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg received the applications from the country's ambassadors Stoltenberg called it a historic moment I warned me welcome the requests by Finn and Sweden to join NATO NATO's in Stoltenberg says the applications must now be weighed by the 30 member countries A new report says decisions by president Donald Trump and Joe Biden to pull all U.S. troops out of Afghanistan where the key factors in the collapse of that nation's military leading to the Taliban takeover last year The report by the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction mirrors assertions made by senior Pentagon officials A vigil was held in Buffalo last evening to mourn the ten lives lost in Saturday's mass shooting inside a top supermarket authorities say the alleged 18 year old gunman appeared to be motivated by racist conspiracy theories After returning from buffalo President Biden condemned hate in a speech in the rose garden President Biden said there are people using hate for personal gain and they need to be held accountable It's not just the wackos who go out there with those guns and get talked into doing something It's the people who fill their brains with false ideas So people who make them convince them for their power and their prestige and their money to be able to go out and do these terrible things The event was to mark Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage month An alarming new report on global warming is out today the United Nations state of the global climate report finds several signs of the severity of climate change set new records in 2021 UN secretary general Antonio Guterres says the global energy system is broken and bringing us ever closer to climate catastrophe Today's state of the climate report is a dismal litany of humanity's failure to tackle climate disruption The UN says renewable energy technology is readily available Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries unlike le Barr this is Bloomberg John Michael thank.

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"a garden president" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:16 min | 7 months ago

"a garden president" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Get your free apps This economy is not just about the numbers It's about the people showing up to work every day as well We will tell you their stories and time on marketplace This evening at 6 30 on 90.1 W ABE Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Courtney Keeley Speaking in the rose garden President Biden said The White House is moving on easing the baby formula shortage according to Biden there should be a significant amount on store shelves within weeks He said his administration is offering guidance to states to loosen the non safety related regulations in the special nutritional program for women infants and children also known as wick He also defended his administration's handling of the shortage We moved as quickly as a problem became apparent to us And we have to move with caution as well as speed Because we got to make sure what we're getting is in fact first rate product That's why the FDA has to go through the process For people seeking abortions living far away from an abortion clinic can hinder timely access to abortion care and PR's ping Huang reports on a new study If you need to end a pregnancy living 50 or more miles away from an abortion clinic could mean making at least a hundred mile round trip maybe more than once to get an abortion and receive follow-up care That distance which comes with time and transportation costs can stop women from getting access to abortions a new study finds The researchers from California and North Carolina surveyed more than 800 pregnant individuals who are seeking abortion information on Google Those who lived more than 50 miles from an abortion clinic were twice as likely to still be pregnant four weeks later The findings appear in jama open network The researchers say that improving access to telehealth abortions and allowing more clinicians to provide abortions could help Ping Huang NPR news U.S. defense secretary Lloyd Austin spoke with his Russian counterpart for the first time since Russia's invasion of Ukraine meanwhile Ukraine's deputy prime minister said talks continue with Russia to evacuate the remaining fighters from the azov plant and Mario In Washington this is NPR news From WAB news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris It's 5 32 Georgia's gubernatorial race this year could yield the first black woman in a governor's office in U.S. history But black women have long been leaders in the state and one county is ensuring future generations of black girls know that legacy Emily whoo Pearson has more State representative Sandra Scott was on a call with black woman run black women vote a national coalition of organizers when someone surprised her One of the leaders on the call saying that you know Clint county had the most likely women and I was like clay county had the most likely women It was astounded to me to hear her say that Clayton county has 41 black women in elected office and Scott is one of them The first office she held was on the school board and now she's on her 12th year as a state rep She and state representative Rhonda Bernal memorialized that statistic with a book called legacy letters where most of the elected black women officials wrote a letter to young women in Clayton county telling their stories describing what they do and giving advice on how to get there Here's Scott again It is true important for little girls to know They could one day become an elected official We just elected a black Supreme Court Justice Something that we thought we would never see in our lifetime And it starts with seeing themselves in leaders at home says Bernal her letter starts out describing how her parents who both held public office instilled the value of serving community In it she writes the call to action my parents issue still resonates with me today My hope is that the stories of these successful black women will encourage you to find ways to serve your community as you pursue your purpose She says she's impressed with the little girls she talks to because they not only know who they're representatives are but also dream of running for office Emily whoo Pearson WAB news It's 5 35.

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"a garden president" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

The Uncertain Hour

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

"Okay so even if you don't know much at all about welfare. And i should say i'm talking here about cash welfare. The kind that comes in the form of a welfare check food stamps medicaid. They have their own histories. But here. we're gonna focus on the kind of welfare. That sparked the most debate and the most stigma over the years cash assistance for poor families. And even if you don't know much about how that system works there's this moment twenty years ago that you might remember or have heard about vaguely. Thank you mr vice president on august twenty second nineteen ninety-six in the white house rose garden. President clinton signed a bill pushed through by a republican congress. That drastically remade welfare. This sixteen billion dollar program. We are ending welfare as we know it and a big part of what that meant at least what was all over the news at the time. Was this one idea welfare to work. I made my principles for welfare reform. Very clear from the beginning first and foremost it should be about moving people from welfare to work then he continued to transform a broken system the traps too many people in cycle of dependence to one that emphasizes work and independence to give people on welfare a chance to draw a paycheck not a welfare check and this idea of paycheck not a welfare check work not welfare. There's a pretty amazing back story to how it got so much momentum in the welfare reform movement and part of it has to do with that. Cd you heard at the top of the show and this one man. Who'd come to be known as the magic bureaucrat. Name is lawrence townsend. Larry for short. Larry is seventy nine retired. He's got close cropped white hair broad shoulders and a serious face with one of those army general smiles that never quite turns up at the edges. Larry did in fact spend a few years in the military and they seem to have left more of an impression on his personal style than his decades in county government. Today larry lives in a beach town in california where he drives around in a green cadillac seville that has a brass frame around the license plate and etched into the brass. It says life works if you work. Larry loves work. Just the idea of it. It's one of the two main concepts that define his worldview. He has a binder full of work ethic slogans that he's collected over the years. These are from famous quotes from from all over the world. Alphabetically by factor. There are some that are just show you he starts with a aristotle suggested that happiness results from meaningful activity goes all the way down to t- tolstoy declared duty of each man to earn his living by the sweat of brow and calloused hands makes independent and virtuous men. Now that was a little sexist but the point is very valid. The second thing that defines larry as much as he loves to work he hates welfare. It is his other obsession. I've seen so much damage to people that are on welfare. They have no hope for a better future. They aren't setting a good example for their children and he's got a collection devoted to this belief two stories that date back decades to his early career in county government. This one. 'cause tears still. There's the story of his visit to a welfare when he noticed two children in the waiting room. Their mother was in back talking to a case worker about applying for assistance. He says he watched the two kids while they waited for their mom. One of the children was playing the welfare recipient. The other one was stay playing the eligibility worker. Now you tell me. The art learning how to get on welfare. They were like he's like kids would play house playing house in the waiting room while their mother was in the office with the eligibility worker. Now they're catching on about the concept of getting on welfare. Now that one hurt me and then there's the story about the two women. He says he overheard in an elevator. Want this one showed that the other one of my oldest child's gonna become eighteen. And i won't get welfare benefits. I need to get pregnant. These are the kinds of anecdotes that get told and retold among critics of welfare individual moments that may not be typical of welfare recipients in general but for critics these stories represent all the failings of the system. but what made larry's anecdotes unique. He was in a position to do something about them because he became the head of a welfare department in a big suburban county east of la called riverside the way he sought his role in this welfare office to invade and conquer. That was my attitude and in the late eighties. He got the perfect chance to wage has war. That's because right. At the time. Larry was running the riverside welfare office. The federal government was reconsidering its approach to cash welfare for poor families. Quick history lesson here since the great depression when the program was first signed into law welfare had worked pretty simply at least in theory if you were a single parent if your family was poor enough and if you met a few other technical requirements you qualified for a welfare check end of story. There was little expectation that mothers woodwork. This is james. Rikio a sociologist. Who's been studying welfare programs for most of his career and he's talking about this crazy flip flop that happened over the years around who. We thought deserved welfare. When the program began the whole point was to help single mothers mostly widows at the time make ends meet so they could stay out of the workforce focus on raising their kids into productive citizens but attitudes began to change particularly in the nineteen seventies and early eighties. Part of it had to do with the fact that more middle class mothers were entering the workforce so some were asking the question. What about mothers on welfare. Shouldn't they have jobs to joe. Huts is a labor economist at duke and he says while most welfare moms did have jobs at least on an off. There was this persistent group of Largely single mothers Who stay on welfare for long periods of time and it didn't work and you know are arguably had a life of dependence on welfare and that small but persistent group started to get all this focus. There's a lot of academic attention to this. Certainly a lot of attention in policy circles to this quote problem of welfare dependence And the view was that you know what's key to changing. This was to make changes in the welfare system which encouraged people to work. But then the question was how. Out in suburban riverside california larry townsend that guy who loves work and hates welfare had some ideas and county got a special waiver from the government to try some of those ideas at absolutely stunned that i was given freedom to design program to implement a program To hire the staff that are needed. I felt like honor was an opportunity. And you had a chance to change the concept. The welfare leary's changes happened under california pilot. Program called game short for greater avenues for independence and really became that it was run properly. You have a twinkle in your eyes. You say yes..

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"a garden president" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Come around by his former co visor. Andy slavic joins me on that. Plus senator chris murphy on the challenges working with republicans on anything and with voting rights under threat. We remember the leadership of bob moses. Trying to register voters in mississippi anyone is arrested and then taking out the tail then the chances that they alive just almost zero. What all in starts right now. Good evening from new york. I'm chris as today. We saw what should be normal. Seen in washington in the post trump era with new administration that has been very intent on restoring normalcy norms and conventions governing. It was a bipartisan celebration. Of a landmark peace of civil rights legislation truly a great and important piece of legislation. The americans with disabilities act was held in the white house. Rose garden president. Joe biden signed a proclamation honoring the thirty first anniversary of that landmark legislation which was signed into law by a republican president president. George h w bush. You know a totally routine kind of event right. We we love this bill. It's been an incredible piece of legislation for the country and we're all celebrating also notable. Because it's exactly the kind of thing that the previous occupant of the white house never do almost never invited democrats to even anodyne combine. Hey isn't this great white house events didn't happen but as we know. Bipartisanship is key belief for the by administration kind of north star in some ways as they tried to will america back towards a functioning two party democracy. I think that's their view of it. And so you had republican leader of the house. Kevin mccarthy was in attendance invited to come to the event this morning and while they're there reporters milling about and they asked him about the select committee investigating january six which will hold. Its first hearing tamara. Now you may remember that last week. Leader mccarthy nominated five republicans to serve on that house select committee three of whom voted against certifying the election results of january six which is to say after the mob stormed the capital violently. They voted with the mob and with donald trump to take the presidency away from the man who would rightfully wanted and awarded loser. Not a great vote pigeon speaker. Nancy pelosi then vetoed two of those republicans. Jim banks and jim jordan and then in response mccarthy theatrically got all huffy pulled five so they're not gonna be on the committee. Pelosi is now appointed a second republican to the committee. Herself congressman and kim zinger of illinois will join liz cheney wyoming both of those individuals who voted for impeachment and also denounced. What happened on january. Six and that move apparently did not sit well with leader mccarthy. Some republicans have been saying that the gop should play on this committee. Really you could get that adam. And aren't they kind of like pelosi. Republicans now the phrase pelosi republicans is kind of laughably on one of those things that the person who comes up with thinks clever. But it's not really bought. The term illuminates an actual definitional battle. Happening about the boundaries of the conceptual category of republicans and those boundaries are being hd day-by-day chiefly by donald trump. And then by all the people subservient to him kevin mccarthy of course is one of those very subservient followers. You may remember that he dutifully followed donald trump in the wake of january six. I denouncing him. A the next day or that day saying you know. He bears responsibility but then quickly about-face supporting the former president over one of his own members. Liz cheney because she was the one that refused to go along with the big lie that trump won the election and it led to this very very awkward moment back in february. Which kind of pre-stage. What would happen when kevin mccarthy was asked if the president should headline the conservative cpac conference president. Trump's speak here for these. Mansi pappas began. Show that's up to see fact. I've been cleared my views about president trump and the extent to which fell in january six. I don't i don't believe he playing along party or country. Let high no. It's.

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"a garden president" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Unity, chanting his name Christian Eriksen, and that match eventually did resume After about 90 minutes, Finland winning one nil. What's her about to honor a true hometown hero Statue of former Celtics and Holy Cross Great Bob Cousy, scheduled to be unveiled on Friday outside the D. C you center. The coups is 92. He's called Worcester home for more than 70 years, three time all American at Holy Cross before playing for the Celtics for 13 seasons, helping the Celtics win six. NBA titles. He was named an All Star 13 Times. Teammates included Bill Russell, Sam Jones, Casey Jones, Tommy Heinsohn. Bob Cousy, inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1971 and his number 14 Jersey hangs in the rafters. At the Garden President Biden holding another round of meetings today with the leaders of the industrialized nations at the G seven summit in England, NBC's Christine Sloan with more on the president's schedule. On Sunday, the president and first lady will visit Windsor Castle for tea with Queen Elizabeth. Then it's on to the NATO summit in Brussels, where, in stark contrast to former President Trump The White House says Biden will solidify the US commitment to the alliance Wednesday. All eyes will be on Geneva when Biden meets face to face with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Christine Sloan ABC NEWS New YORK More signs of progress in the fight against Covid 19. The T S a says it's screened more than two million travelers at airports on Friday. It's about four times the number screened for the same time a year ago. CBS is Lilia Luciano says California is on track to shed restrictions this week. Crowds fill La's beaches and streets for what will be the last mandatory mask Wearing weekend for most Californians, I'm just looking forward to see my friends again and getting back and society. The state with the lowest covid cases in the country fully reopens Tuesday after more than 15 months of emergency restrictions ordered by Governor Gavin Newsom. I want to thank 40 Million Californians strong, uh, for what? You've endured the stress and anxiety the fear Many people have had 142 million people in the U. S. Are now fully vaccinated. Covid death toll in this country now closing in on 600,000. Federal judge in Texas, dismissing a lawsuit from hospital workers over demands that they get vaccinated more than 100 workers doing Houston Methodist. Claiming federal law prohibits employees from being required to get vaccinated without full FDA approval of Covid vaccines. The vaccines approved thus far have been under emergency use. Only However, the judge dismissing that argument, saying the law does not apply to private employers. The judge also ruling that Texas State law only protects workers from being fired. If they are forced to commit a crime. The crisis at the border front and center as vice president Kamala Harris drops by a pride rally in Washington. Wearing a love is Love T shirt. Vice President Kamala Harris made a surprise appearance at the capital Pride Walk and Rally in D. C Saturday with the second gentlemen.

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"a garden president" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Whatever you can criticize, whatever. I don't give a shitt. I honestly, I find that. I find that strange boring on that stuff with Kyrie. I find those conversations boring. So I it's, it's fine. It is it really? It was, it was Kim, was him talking in circles when he was here trying to say, I don't want it to be about me, but constantly making it about himself. That was his issue here. Was I just want to be about basketball, I don't want it to be about me, but here's what I'm going to throw my teammates under the bus and making about me, and then it just forced another cycle enforce another cycle and it just kind of kept going with him with with that stuff. So anyway, let's I just want to tell people before we belong. Move on the obvious. So yeah cool. Yeah, we're like thanks right now we're talking about. Where do you think it's self-serving or not? It is a r m. O s u in a real thing that's gone on in Boston. So you can't deny that. So like whether you whatever you whatever you think is motive is behind it. He's still pointing you know light bulb something that's going on in a real issue here. So like ultimately I think something good comes of that at the end of the day because like John said, this stuff has happened in the gardens. President has had way it's happening. It's happening the garden, it's happened. It's happened. It's happened. It happens. And so, he's not just saying it. It's, it's, it's, it's happened. So, let's, let's move on real quick. Just to let people know. Again, we're heading to locker room, so, come on over, just wait. And I'm going to go hang out and, and we're going to chat basketball game. Every you guys want to talk about end of the season stuff, stuff about this game and you know, we want to hear all of your takes so yes it is open. Sorry I know guys, we've had it open for a little bit wage apologize. If you've been in there waiting for us, we are going to we are going to head over there, they should get some really coronary but I think some some Philly people infiltrated our chat to. That's one of the reasons it got nasty or just internet and it rains it. Pours yes, I can't wait for this locker-room. Yeah, yeah. We'll see. All right guys, we're heading out. Joe sway. Take off. We'll, we'll see you guys in a bit, Jimmy and Bobby Fong. They're all right, all right, Jimmy. And I are going to try our best to preview game. Three of the series took any hope, left. The case is there anything they can do. I worked, I worked so hard the last couple of days to find something. You saw me up on the roof, they're talking, you read me and celticsblog like just looking for that adjustment and I found a couple things. I saw a couple bits of Hope and it like before they could even try it, this game felt like it was over before they could even put in place. In Prichard a grant Williams. Just some of the things that I mentioned, like that first rotation Brooklyn, throw at them was just so devastating that they were down over, they down 42-28 at that point, or something like that..

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"a garden president" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"U. S officials urging people not to horde gasoline. Tonight should be cloudy early on clearing up overnight. Low of about 53 degrees. Support for NPR comes from the Wallace Foundation, working to develop and share practices that can improve learning and enrichment for young people and the vitality of the arts for everyone, ideas and information at Wallace Foundation daughter Warg. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles and I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington. If you are fully vaccinated, you can take off your mask. That is what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced today and at the White House, a mask lists President Biden declared. Today. Is a great day for America. Our long battle with the coronavirus. Now there are some important caveats from the CDC masks will still be required for people on public transit and in health care settings and For people who are not vaccinated, but the new guidance represents an enormous shift on covert 19 Joining us to talk about the impact NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith and science correspondent Richard Harris. Hey, you two Hello. Hey, Mary Louise. So talk about this Enormous shift. Richard. You first. Why this change And why now? Well, I'll talk about the science part of this change today at the White House Zoom briefing CDC director. Where shall Wolinsky said that the data that are coming in now just show how effective vaccines really are for people who have been fully vaccinated with that is the important caveat, which means two weeks after their final dose. The vaccine is really quite good at preventing infections and even more so protective against the disease and hospitalizations. Fully vaccinated. People may occasionally pick up the virus, she says. But you know all the new evidence shows that they are unlikely to get sick or and they're very low risk for spreading it to others. If they do pick it up so well. It's still important from a community standpoint to get as many people vaccinated as possible to further drive down the spread of this disease. From the perspective of an individual, the strong messages. If you're fully vaccinated, you could relax. Wow, It's been a long time since we heard that and just to be clear. We're talking inside as well as outside. That's right. And there are some limitations, though this six ft. Distancing guidance, I should say, is already been also been lifted for people if you're fully vaccinated, But the CDC has not changed all of its guidance. For example, it's still recommends that masks for people who are working in health care settings or in health care settings or you're traveling in a bus or train or an airplane. But Dr Wolinsky said all that's also now under review, considering the data that they used to make this other decision so and she also says she has left a lot of decision making about schools and businesses upto localities. Here's what she said on that point today. We, of course, will be updating our guidance in many of these areas very shortly. But importantly, I think we really need to understand that this country is very hetero genius. It's not uniforms, and so these are going to have to be a police decisions are gonna have to be made at the local level. And I want to know that we've actually got Dr Wilensky. She's gonna be with us elsewhere in the show also will get to ask her about all kinds of stuff. But Richard just quickly to you that which you just said there about decisions being made at the local level, meaning meaning what? Exactly Meaning You shouldn't assume that you can walk to your grocery store and not wear a mask. They may very well still have a sign up on the door that says masks required that will be up to the stores in the communities where they're operating. Yeah, and I just have to jump in here and say that at least initially, this could be pretty confusing for people a zoo, Richard said. This is guidance for individuals. We're vaccinating. But generally speaking, we don't all walk around with a T shirt on that says on vaccinated. So how is a store or a restaurant supposed to know who among their patrons is vaccinated? I spoke to Dr Lena win immediately after the briefing. She's an emergency room physician and public health professor at George Washington University. I am shocked, actually, because I think the CDC has gone from one extreme to the other. They went from extreme caution to I mean, really, I'm just I'm kind of speechless because I do agree that there should be no restrictions on vaccinated people. But the problem is what about those around them? How are they going to know? She had hoped there would be an interim step Where if people could prove that they were vaccinated? They could do things that unvaccinated people couldn't Now. She worries that if she takes her little kids who are too young to be vaccinated to the grocery store, for instance, that she'll have no idea whether the mask list person next to her is vaccinated or just doesn't like wearing a mask. Tim. We heard Richard talking about the science underpinning this decision. What about the politics that we know that the Biden administration has been under a lot of pressure to give people a reason to want to get vaccinated to get to do things that they weren't able to do before they were vaccinated? Is that undergirding this decision as well? Rightto fully to model. What fully vaccinated life looks like So the CDC is independent and insists up and down that this was a decision based on science. The White House has been deferring to CDC guidance. And so earlier this week, President Biden admitted that yeah, they may be been overly cautious and maybe a little bit too slow with For instance, his own personal mask usage. Yesterday there was a meeting with four congressional leaders in the Oval Office. They have all been fully vaccinated for months now, but they all wore masks. Today, there was another meeting with members of Congress and the president and the vice president. It was happening win. The CDC news came down and Senator Shelley Moore Capito, who was there in the room, says they all took off their masks right then and there. When the news came out, traveling in West Virginia, the first lady and Senator Joe Manchin went mask free while urging people to follow through and get vaccinated. First lady Jill Biden jokes that she felt naked on then later in the Rose Garden. President Biden was massless and celebratory, though again pushing to get everyone vaccinated to not let up. Even though this is a very huge shift after a year were masks have been such a potent and divisive political symbol. Right, And let's remember here that this is a This is a people don't necessarily need to be quizzed about the vaccine status in situations like this, because, as a CDC director Wolinsky mentioned, you know, unvaccinated people are now mostly facing a personal risk that there are still concerns that it could pose a risk for people who have medical conditions that don't allow them to develop immunity. So Thoughtful thing to do for them is if you're not vaccinated is to wear a mask to protect people like that. But of course, the solution is get vaccinated. And I think that was really part of the CDC is message today for for everyone. So the message remains. Get vaccinated. Get vaccinated, Get vaccinated. That's NPR's Richard Harris and Tamara Keith helping us navigate these latest.

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"a garden president" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on KCRW

"Coronavirus. Now there are some important caveats from the CDC masks will still be required for people on public transit and in health care settings and for people who are not vaccinated. But the new guidance represents an enormous shift on covert 19 Joining us to talk about the impact NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith and science correspondent Richard Harris. Hey, you two Hello. Hey, Mary Louise. So talk about this Enormous shift. Richard. You first. Why this change And why now? Well, I'll talk about the science part of this change today at the White House Zoom briefing CDC director. Where shall Wolinsky said that the data that are coming in now just show how effective vaccines really are for people who have been fully vaccinated with that is the important caveat, which means two weeks after their final dose, the vaccine there's really quite good to preventing infections and even more so protective against the disease and hospitalizations. Fully vaccinated. People may occasionally pick up the virus, she says. But you know all the new evidence shows that they are unlikely to get sick or and they're very low risk for spreading it to others. If they do pick it up so well. It's still important from a community standpoint to get as many people vaccinated as possible to further drive down the spread of this disease. From the perspective of an individual, the strong messages. If you're fully vaccinated, you could relax. Wow, It's been a long time since we heard that and just to be clear. We're talking inside as well as outside. That's right. And there are some limitations, though this six ft. Distancing guidance, I should say, is already been also been lifted for people if you're fully vaccinated, But the CDC has not changed all of its guidance. For example, it's still recommends that masks for people who are working in health care settings or in health care settings or you're traveling in a bus or train or an airplane. But Dr Wolinsky said all that's also now under review, considering the data that they used to make this other decisions so and she also says she has left a lot of decision making about schools and businesses upto localities. Here's what she said on that point today. We, of course, will be updating our guides in many of these areas very shortly. But importantly, I think we really need to understand that this country is very hetero genius. It's not uniforms. And so these are gonna have to be a police decisions are gonna have to be made at the local level. And I want to know that we've actually got Dr Wilensky. She's gonna be with us elsewhere in the show also will get to ask her about all kinds of stuff. But Richard just quickly to you that which you just said there about decisions being made at the local level, meaning meaning what? Exactly Meaning You shouldn't assume that you can walk to your grocery store and not wear a mask. They may very well still have a sign up on the door that says masks required that will be up to the stores in the communities where they're operating. Yeah, and I just have to jump in here and say that at least initially, this could be pretty confusing for people a zoo, Richard said. This is guidance for individuals. We're vaccinating. But generally speaking, we don't all walk around with a T shirt on that says on vaccinated. So how is a store or a restaurant supposed to know who among their patrons is vaccinated? I spoke to Dr Lena win immediately after the briefing. She's an emergency room physician and public health professor at George Washington University. I am shocked, actually, because I think the CDC has gone from one extreme to the other. They went from extreme caution to I mean, really, I'm just I'm kind of speechless because I do agree that there should be no restrictions on vaccinated people. But the problem is what about those around them? How are they going to know? She had hoped there would be an interim step Where if people could prove that they were vaccinated? They could do things that unvaccinated people couldn't Now. She worries that if she takes her little kids who are too young to be vaccinated to the grocery store, for instance, that she'll have no idea whether the mask list person next to her is vaccinated or just doesn't like wearing a mask. Tim. We heard Richard talking about the science underpinning this decision. What about the politics that we know that the Biden administration has been under a lot of pressure to give people a reason to want to get vaccinated to get to do things that they weren't able to do before they were vaccinated? Is that undergirding this decision as well? Rightto fully to model. What fully vaccinated life looks like So the CDC is independent and insists up and down that this was a decision based on science. The White House has been deferring to CDC guidance. And so earlier this week, President Biden admitted that yeah, they may be been overly cautious and maybe a little bit too slow with For instance, his own personal mask usage. Yesterday there was a meeting with four congressional leaders in the Oval Office. They have all been fully vaccinated for months now, but they all wore masks. Today, there was another meeting with members of Congress and the president and the vice president. It was happening win. The CDC news came down and Senator Shelley Moore Capito, who was there in the room, says they all took off their masks right then and there. When the news came out, traveling in West Virginia, the first lady and Senator Joe Manchin went mask free while urging people to follow through and get vaccinated. First lady Jill Biden jokes that she felt naked on then later in the Rose Garden. President Biden was massless and celebratory, though again pushing to get everyone vaccinated to not let up. Even though this is a very huge shift after a year where masks Have been such a potent and divisive political symbol. Right, And let's remember here that this is a This is a people don't necessarily need to be quizzed about the vaccine status in situations like this, because, as a CDC director Wolinsky mentioned, you know, unvaccinated people are now mostly facing a personal risk that there are still concerns that could pose a risk for people who have medical conditions that don't allow them to develop immunity. So Thoughtful thing to do for them is if you're not vaccinated is to wear a mask to protect people like that. But of course, the solution is get vaccinated. And I think that was really part of the CDC is message today.

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"a garden president" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Buzz. So many people have come to the door, probably in the last month. Just so excited. They're saying it's the first time out the first time in a restaurant just in time for those finally able to see and celebrate their bombs in person again. The phone's been ringing off the hook. We're almost fully booked, but we still have some reservations left. It's going to be a wonderful day. Great day to celebrate Mom's, and that means you need to make these reservations early as places are filling up fast. If you haven't already today may be the day to call. And of course, you have to consider the gift. What you getting Mom for Mother's Day? Well, it appears a lot of us are getting out there and shopping with a bit of a spending Sergio Bigger go home seems to be the mantra for Mother's Day this year, according to the National Retail Federation. Americans plan to spin More than $28 billion on Mom. That's up 1.4 billion from last year, jewelry and electronic sleeve. The gift giving agenda and about 49% of people say they will go out for brunch or another outing, which is up from last year. And the CBS is Diane King Hall. You're gonna be in Boston this Sunday. A mother's Day tradition is still going on, but it will be virtual. This year. It promises to be a big weekend at the public Garden for waterfowl. First, this one both returned tomorrow and on Sunday Ducks take center stage Duckling Day is a beloved tradition of over 30 years to celebrate. Make way for ducklings, the Robert McCloskey Classic about a mother duck and her little ducklings moving from the esplanade and finding a safe harbor in the Garden. Symbolic of this year's theme, says Friends of the Public Garden president Liz Visa were really celebrating Mother's and the resilience of mothers who have gone through over a year and a pandemic trying to take care of their little Children and keeping them safe and healthy. So we want to protect Surely honor them. They're taking care of our most precious asset. Our future. Chris Mama WBZ Boston's news radio, Speaking of holidays tonight, we have heard heard from the Boston Pops about July 4th They, of course, every year have that big event on the Esplanade. The fireworks spectacular. The BSO says it is quote currently evaluating and planning the fireworks spectacular. Say, though they will not be making an official announcement about what we can expect until later on this spring's. That was soon as we find out we will keep you posted an update You right here on WBZ 7 51. We're going to check the roads. We've got problems south of town That's coming up in two minutes in traffic and weather together,.

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"a garden president" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The buzz. So many people have come to the door, probably in the last month. Just so excited. They're saying it's the first time out the first time in a restaurant just in time for those finally able to see and celebrate their moms in person again. The phone's been ringing off the hook. We're almost fully booked, but we still have some reservations left. It's going to be a wonderful day. Great day to celebrate Mom's, and that means you need to make these reservations early as places are filling up fast. If you haven't already today may be the day to call in Boston this Sunday. A mother's Day tradition is continuing. Virtually it promises to be a big weekend at the public Garden for water Follow first, The swan boats returned tomorrow and on Sunday ducks take center stage Clean Day is a beloved tradition of over 30 years to celebrate. Make way for ducklings, the Robert McCloskey Classic about a mother duck and her little ducklings moving from the esplanade and finding a safe harbor in that the garden. Symbolic of this year's theme, says Friends of the Public Garden president Liz Visa were really celebrating Mother's and the resilience of mothers who have gone through over. A year and a pandemic trying to take care of their little Children and keeping them safe and healthy. So we wanted particularly honor them. They're taking care of our most precious asset. Our future. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. So if you get mom a gift yet, if you didn't you gotta get cracking. But it appears a lot of people are spending money for Mom this year. Oh, bigger Go home seems to be the mantra for Mother's Day this year, according to the National Retail Federation Americans plan it's been more than $28 billion on Mom. That's up 1.4 billion from last year. Jewelry, An Electron IX lead the gift giving agenda and about 49% of people say they will go out for brunch or another outing, which is up from last year at CBS is Diane King Hall called this irony. A Ohio State senator is facing criticism. He was caught driving while on his doom call about a distracted driving bill. After first being seen, Senator Andrew Brenner turned his camera off, changed his background to a home office before returning to the screen. Thing is he was a sneaky enough because the seat belt could still be seen in the video. Brenner says it wasn't distracted because he was paying attention to the road during the call and says he was parked for most of that video meeting. 5 51 will take traffic and weather together. Next Boston's original radio station has once again been recognized as the best. The radio Television and Digital News Association has awarded WBC news radio to regional Merle Awards, best newscast and It's continuing coverage. 100 years of service. That's still the best. Tell you BZ Boston's news radio. I Heart radio goes one on one with Iggy Azalea to ask her if her album ended up being everything she thought it would be. Everybody has a picture of the head of what you want Something to be and Whatever it is, If it's your making a painting or what you envision your outfit is gonna look like and you go out and buy. It always comes out slightly different. It's inspired by what you thought it would be in the same way. When you're making music. You might be thinking of a sound, and you can never quite get it exactly how it is in your mind. But it's close or it's something different. And so for me, I was like, I don't know my album's not how I thought it was gonna go. But then once I saw with it and I was like, actually, that's great. Keep listening to I heart radio for more eggs, Valya and all your favorite artists. I hurt radio goes one on one with Daniela Vado, who gives her thoughts. I'm using social media to connect with fans. It's not one of those things that you can say it. You were better off with or without it. You know, it's opened up a lot of communication between artists and fans, and because of social media. It's so quick, so I like it and you can use social media for good things like spreading the awareness. Things that you're passionate about, But you know, at the same time, it's like a long as you don't live on social media..

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"a garden president" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"a garden president" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So is it a prerequisite that every teacher dick vaccinated before you reopened public schools in person? No. But should we be aligning vaccine prioritization and vaccine availability with in school learning, of course. I wanted to dig in a little two on the given Take that happened in Chicago before they reached their tentative agreement where the mayor basically said Look, the schools are safe and the union basically said No, they're not. They're not safe enough. And there's been this public perception around that, or at least it seemed like it at times that the union is being portrayed as kind of the bad guy in this fight. Are you worried about that perception going forward? I worry about this recklessness about trying to picked educators versus kids, and unfortunately, the mayor in in Chicago did this. There is Ah, there there. There is a healthy skepticism. In district's that have had austerity heaped upon them. That things that are going to be promised are not delivered. And so for the mayor to be a stand up and say, Trust me, this is going to happen. When we have years and years of austerity and disinvestment in Chicago. People didn't trust it, they said. Let's actually make sure we have this in writing and that it's enforceable and the mayor didn't want to do that. And so ultimately got they got to a point where they did that. But it was really unfortunate because it was on Lee. After there was a strike vote that the mayor took these negotiations seriously. If the mayor took those negotiations seriously weeks beforehand, it would never have gotten to a strike phone and so ultimately look at what happened in New York City in New York City. We negotiated Ah, whole set of safety protocols. That would make school safe for re opening up in school learning and, frankly, around the country. Parents get that if teachers believe that it's safe that is going to be safe for their kids. Do we know that in school learning is really important? Yes. Where schoolteachers We would have told you before Covert that remote education wasn't so great, but we need to make sure that it's safe and part of why we have been Negotiating and putting up plants since last April is because we knew that it was really important to have in school. Learning for kids to develop relationships developed resilience, but we also know for our kids for our parents and for ourselves. We need to be safe. Ready. One garden, President of the American Federation of Teachers. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you so much. Really appreciate it. You're listening to the Fox News. Run down. Stay tuned for Armstrong and Getty, starting at six. Talk radio. 5 60, ksfo. Yeah. Hey, listen to this. Last Tuesday, I was robbed lying. A thief broke my car window, took my laptop and ran off. Released. That's what would have happened if I didn't have vivid is dead. Here's what really happened. We've walked up my vision camera detected him scared him and he ran away. Hi. Vivan Security system doesn't just record crime. It actually prevents it with a flashing red light and a whistle. And the best part is I can check in on my home from anywhere right from my phone. Whether I'm at the gym, the office thanks to vivid all.

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Trump Says Jobs Report Made It a 'Great Day' for George Floyd

WGN Nightside

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Trump Says Jobs Report Made It a 'Great Day' for George Floyd

"President trump is drawing criticism and outrage for comments he made earlier today the president mentioned George Floyd while talking about the economy came during a news conference in the rose garden president was celebrating a surprisingly good may jobs report we said a strong economy is the greatest thing that could happen for race relations he went on to suggest that Floyd would be happy about the latest jobs report hopefully George's looking down right now and say this is a great thing that's happening for our country there's a great day for him it's a great day for everybody it's a great day for everybody it is a great great day in terms of the quality it's really what our constitution requires and that's what our country is all about George Flores last words I can't breathe I can't breathe former vice president Joe Biden blasted the president calling his comments on Floyd quote

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Trump: U.S. will terminate relationship with WHO

CNBC's Fast Money

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Trump: U.S. will terminate relationship with WHO

"Policy announcement by President Trump was essentially just a doubling down. On Pre telegraphed policies that the administration had already announced today from the Rose Garden. President Trump said that the US would be terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization that it would be suspending entry into the US for certain students and researchers that it finds to be affiliated with Chinese military arms that it would be starting a study of the Chinese companies accounting practices and exactly what their their role within the financial markets is with the potential delisting on the table there and then also studying the economic status of Hong Kong and possibly eliminating special treatment for that territory in the wake of Beijing's new National Security Law and most of that was already laid out by White House or administration officials in the weeks leading up to today but what moved the market in positive fashion after this announcement was would president trump was presented with but decided not to enact those actions ranged from possible sanctions on top members of the Chinese Communist Party pen. Penalties on assets and financial institutions affiliated with the Chinese government and any sort of suspension of a phase. One trade deal my sources say that President Trump and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin want China to be the one backing out of that deal. If anything about it is going to change currently ongoing right right this moment. The White House is holding a panel with CEOS and the President on economic recovery. And the re opening going on across the United States. Will that Melissa get you any news that we have from those CEOS as it pertains to today's announcement on China and broader economic metrics? Here in the US when we

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Despite Pushback, Trump Suggests Testing No Longer an Issue

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Despite Pushback, Trump Suggests Testing No Longer an Issue

"Trump says he may announce new social social distancing distancing guidelines guidelines later later today today at at a a coronavirus coronavirus briefing briefing yesterday yesterday he he downplayed downplayed the the needs needs of of some some of of the the hardest hardest hit hit states states and and claim claim the the testing testing is no longer an issue from the rose garden president trump said governors across the country were happy with the help from the federal government referencing a video conference call with them earlier in the day I think for the most part they were saying thank you for doing a great job one hundred CBS news obtained a recording of the call and while the governors do you think the president way also raised concerns Montana governor Steve bullock warned the president I delay in testing could soon overwhelm hospitals in rural areas and said his state does not have the capability to test yeah I haven't heard about casting in weeks Mr trump praised his administration over one million Americans have now been tested more than any other country but the US is lacking in the number of tests per capita and president trump lashed out when asked why you should be saying congratulations on instead of asking a really a snarky question because he also repeated his suggestion that surgical masks were being stolen by health care workers claiming a vendor told him one of your hospital ordered ten to twenty thousand masks before the virus but now all of a sudden is giving three hundred thousand and I said no matter how bad this is could that be possible is it going out the back door New York governor Andrew Cuomo addressed the allegations at or if he really believes that the then you should just call for an investigation governor Cuomo said he does not believe any equipment is being stolen as for ventilators president trump said production has ramped up so dramatically the U. S. will have enough to send to other countries in Europe though he did not provide any specific numbers or tie line

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As Governors Plead for Tests, Trump Promises Ventilators to Europe

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

01:50 min | 2 years ago

As Governors Plead for Tests, Trump Promises Ventilators to Europe

"House from the rose garden president trump said governors across the country were happy with the help from the federal government referencing a video conference call with them earlier in the day I think for the most part they were saying thank you for doing a great job CBS news obtained a recording of the call and while the governors do you think the president way also raised concerns Montana governor Steve bullock warned the president I delay in testing could soon overwhelm hospitals in rural areas and said his state does not have the capability to test right yeah I haven't heard about testing in weeks we have more now than in the nation in the world but I haven't heard about testing the no problem reaching Mr trump praised his administration over one million Americans have now been tested more than any other country but the US is lacking in the number of tests per capita and president trump lashed out when asked why you should be saying congratulations on instead of asking a really a snarky question because he also repeated his suggestion surgical masks were being stolen by health care workers claiming a vendor told him one York hospital ordered ten to twenty thousand masks before the virus but now all of a sudden is giving three hundred thousand and I said no matter how bad this is could that be possible is it going out the back door New York governor Andrew Cuomo addressed the allegations at or if you really believe that the then you should just call for an investigation governor Cuomo said he does not believe any equipment is being stolen as for ventilators president trump said production has ramped up so dramatically the U. S. will have enough to send to other countries in Europe though he did not provide any specific numbers or

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Trump accuses hospitals of hoarding ventilators

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Trump accuses hospitals of hoarding ventilators

"The White House rose garden president trump about to give an update on the federal response to the corona virus pandemic earlier today meeting with supply chain distributors in the cabinet room to discuss the response to covert nineteen asking hospitals to stop hoarding ventilators we do have a problem according we have some and health care workers some hospitals frankly individualized models and hospital chains we have that morning appointment including ventilators we have to release those

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Conan the dog, hurt in terror raid, welcomed at White House

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Conan the dog, hurt in terror raid, welcomed at White House

"An Argentine president trump court is honoring has convicted the US two military priests dog of abusing that helped deaf in the children raid that at ended a Catholic with the death run school of a Slavic state each leader of Abu the priests Bakar were sentenced all but dotty to more than this four decades content in prison in another now case probably an Argentine the world's bishop most once famous close off to the introducing pope has announced the dog he to the would news arrive media back and the in White the country House rose Tuesday garden president to respond trump said to prosecutors he met with some allegations members of the special of sex forces abuse that participated the attorney in the raid for bishop and gave Gestapo's Conan a Ancheta metal and says a the plaque bishop will fully cooperate is a with tough authorities a prosecutor cookie the accuses Belgian melawan the bishop of was aggravated injured in the operation continuous but sexual has assault recovered of and two returned adults to active seminarians duty colors he are has retiring denied the yet charges gone I'm is prime Walter time rap live age wise prime time from says the courageous canine seem to know he was getting special attention Jennifer king Washington

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Trump must pay $2 million for misusing namesake charity: New York judge

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Trump must pay $2 million for misusing namesake charity: New York judge

"A garden president trump calls it politically motivated harassment New York judge has ordered him to pay two million dollars to approved charities for using his former charity to further his political and business interests it's the penalty and a lawsuit that accused trump of using trump foundation funds to settle lawsuits promote his trump branded hotels and for personal spending including the purchase of a portrait of himself to display and one of his golf

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Trump, Trudeau praise USMCA trade deal they say will 'grow middle class'

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:10 min | 4 years ago

Trump, Trudeau praise USMCA trade deal they say will 'grow middle class'

"The US has a new trade deal with Mexico and Canada USA radio's Chris Barnes reports from Washington DC during event in the rose garden. President Trump says the US Mexico Canada agreement will create jobs while opening markets to US farmers and manufacturers throughout the campaign. I promised to renegotiate NAFTA. And today, we have kept that promise. But for twenty five years as a civilian as a businessman, I used to say how could anybody have signed a deal like NAFTA, congress will still need to sign off on the new trade deal. And that might not happen till next

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Peru declares emergency at border as Venezuelans flee

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

Peru declares emergency at border as Venezuelans flee

"Garden President Trump is accusing China of hacking Hillary Clinton's emails the, president tweeted last night they Clinton's emails quote many. Of which were classified information got hacked by China but he offered no evidence US intelligence agencies have said. Russia was behind the democratic hacking before the, two thousand sixteen presidential election With talks with North Korea stall Defense

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Trump says U.S., EU working towards "zero" tariffs

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Trump says U.S., EU working towards "zero" tariffs

"The big day for free and fair trade. Very big day. Indeed, together in the rose garden, President Trump in European Commission, president, John Claude Juncker announced a wide ranging agreement meant to stave off further trade hostilities between the US and Europe. Both sides agreed to work towards zero tariffs on goods outside of the auto industry. No new tariffs as negotiations play out into reassess the tariffs impose over the past few months, including those on steel in aluminum, as well as significantly the EU agreed to buy more US goods, including soybeans and natural gas Garrett. Penny Germany's foreign minister says the EU has one time in this trade dispute because there won't be an excavation and tariffs for now. A group of conservative lawmakers, moves to, impeach deputy, attorney general rod Rosenstein GOP congressman Jim Jordan tells Fox News. You might have. Been, one hundred twenty years since, someone's been impeached but when, was, the last time you ever saw the FBI take a disproven document with no no credibility nobility no corroboration take. It to a secret court not tell the court who paid for it not tell. The court that the guy who wrote it had been leaking information to the press win of, and not just once four stink, times in the last one rod Rosenstein sign Jordan says Rosenstein has, conflicts of interest in the Clinton. Email and Russia probes Democrats say it's a move to undermine the Russia probe which Rosenstein overseas Carmen Roberts Fox News fair and balanced.

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Newsradio Klbj, United States and China discussed on Jeff Ward And Ed Clements

Jeff Ward And Ed Clements

00:58 sec | 5 years ago

Newsradio Klbj, United States and China discussed on Jeff Ward And Ed Clements

"Newsradio klbj i'm eric like i'm speaking from the white house rose garden president donald trump said chinese president xi jinping is opening up trade with the united states he announced yesterday that he'll be opening it up a lot of barriers coming down tremendous market and let's see if we're going to do it in a very friendly way i think we will i think it'll end up the tariffs often the the various down trump instituted tariffs on many chinese products claiming china's trade practices are unfair the chief of police in bastrop gets can by city manager linda humble tuesday public safety director police chief steve adcock filed an appeal challenging is firing yesterday cock hopes to have his appeal her during a council meeting executive session april twenty four a federal judge ordered former texas representative steve stockman it'd be taken into custody following the ex congressmens conviction on fraud conspiracy charges the judge says a sixty one year old republican is a flight risk.

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