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"amy closure" Discussed on KOMO
"That Christiano Ronaldo symptom free and doing well but is in isolation after testing positive. It's day two of Judge Amy Cockney barrettes confirmation hearings is President Trump hopes to install his third Supreme Court justice. Democratic senators on the Judiciary Committee obviously are opposed to the process. This is Senator Amy Closure from Minnesota the last time that we had a vacancy so close To an election was when Abraham Lincoln was president. And he made the wise decision to wait until after the election. Covering this today for ABC News is Anna's delicate terror who joins us on the coma News light and as good afternoon. Good afternoon Taylor. I imagine there were probably three major points that Democrats wanted. Teo asked her about Roe v. Wade Affordable Care act and what if any involvement should have in an AA possible election trial? That's right. She's been getting lots of very pointed questions on the very issues. But the big common theme coming out of these hearings is really that she has been declining, Tio answer. She's been asked about abortion, the affordable Care Act insect marriage, and she's using what is described as the Ginsburg methods. She cited the late Justice Ruth Bader Denberg, who had argued it was important to approach a case with no hints. No previews, no forecast, and there is essentially making the argument that she wouldn't be a fair judge. If she Or to make a preemptive ruling now that she wants to wait to see the details of the case before making any decisions. She's trying to prove that she doesn't have an agenda. Democrats, of course, hard at work, trying to prove otherwise. They're pointing to some of her past comments to do so, and arguing that if she didn't agree with some of the GOP or President Trump's views, she wouldn't have been nominated. And she has a long sided the former late justice Scalia's being a mentor. She clerked for him, and he has been had been a, um, opponent of Roe v. Wade. Did senators try and use that angle of attack to see if maybe she would bite? Absolutely. And we're hearing a lot of talk of the late Antonen Scalia she judge Barry did make it clear that they share the same philosophy that was something that came up yesterday. She talked about the late Justice Scalia as Her mentor. She had clerked for him. But today she's also making it clear that she would not be voting like Scalia on every case. That was, Ah, you know, an interesting moment there. She said that if she was confirmed, you would not be getting Justice Scalia, you would be getting Justice Barritt Democrats again trying to make the point that because she called Justice Scalia mentor she will likely be voting the same way he did. Republicans have said they have the support they need among their own ranks to confirm the nominee. So how are they using their time today? Are they giving many hardball questions? Or how would you characterize that? There's a lot of posturing and maybe you know other using their time to kind of go after Democrats or praise justice Barritt or talk about why they're deciding to push ahead with his confirmation process, of course, been heavily criticized by Democrats on they are trying to point to justice Barritt qualifications. But you're right. Republicans have the vote they need and unless any votes or lost right now, which seems unlikely, given that she's actually doing pretty well. You know, we should point out She did come to this hearing with no notes at all. And I think that, you know, impressive no matter what side of the aisle you're on. She's doing pretty well. So I doubt she's losing any Republican votes right now. A B C's and as delicate era with us on camo news, and as thank you Thank you. Washington State Secretary of State's Kim Wyman says counties are in the process of sending out the ballots for the November 3rd general election. The safest thing for any voter in the state of Washington is You have a lot of options to return your ballot. You can use a ballot Dropbox. There's over 500 locations across our state. You can use a blue mailbox today, Ballots will be mailed out to voters in Mason, San Juan Island and Louis counties. Tomorrow. Ballots airmailed out to King County Ballots for Snohomish mailed out Thursday. Pierce County on Friday.
"amy closure" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Ill. I the worst of it. Getting your home through Queens and in national the Southern states slammed either way over to the Meadowbrook word of a westbound crash in the area. Sunrise Highway. Well, that'll do so much better. I'm Greg Rice are next reported to 31 on 10 10 wins. Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee have their say first, and they've just heard from Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett at her confirmation hearing. Let's get the latest in this live report from our Al Jones. Hillary. It was rather different Look to this hearing sparsely attended the nominee wearing a mask and blow up photos of citizens that Democrats say will lose health care. Should Judge Barrett be confirmed. Now, Texas Republican Ted Cruz appeared remotely arguing that a Supreme Court judge should not be put in place to decide policy. Democratic colleagues simply want a promise from a judicial nominee. That this nominee will work to implement their policies division of health care. Most Democrats focusing their comments on the future of the affordable care act. Minnesota's Amy Closure says that they should be dealing with the pandemic. Not rushing a nomination through adding the public is watching. They know what this president and the Republican Party are doing right now is very wrong. In fact, 74% of Americans think we should be working on a covert relief package right now. Instead of this judge Barrett closed day one with well rather brief comments, talking about her family and saying she's looking forward to answering questions over the next two days. And if I am fortunate enough to be confirmed, I pledge to faithfully and impartially discharge my duties to the American people as an associate justice of the Supreme Court Judge Baird closing it by saying she believes in the power of prayer and says it's uplifting. So many are praying for her. Al Jones. Tim 10 wins news. Activist and City Council candidate, Heshy Tischler is awaiting arraignment after his arrest last night in Brooklyn. His supporters in the ultra Orthodox community showed their support for him. Protesters surrounded the building where journalists Jacob for Blue lives overnight.
"amy closure" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We've got a full two hours for you with that. Lots to talk about breaking news paid Buddha judge. According to The New York Times he is suspending his campaign. He's dropping out of the presidential race. It broke about twenty minutes ago and so this will be the first national show to give you an opportunity to respond to that one. Eight hundred seven two three eighty to eighty nine one eight hundred seven two three eight to eighty nine. What does this do to the race for the Democratic nomination for President? We'd like to get your reaction a Michael Golden. You're the closest thing to a card carrying Democrat or in around this table at this certainly a progressive. My question to you is You were for Amy Klobuchar. You weren't a big Joe Biden Fan. According to all the Facebook Post that I've read I wrote that Amy Closure on paper. I thought was the strongest candidate in the field on television she. She was Kinda rooting for her. But she's she'll be allies on nobody. I don't mean to put you behind the spot but she'll be on what. What does the Buddha judge dropout mean into the to the race? You Know I. I was a little surprised that he did it tonight. But I mean he knows the math and I think that Amy Khloe Charen Elizabeth Warren. I think that if they make it Super Tuesday. I don't think they're going to drop out. I think it'll come soon after that. Everybody most of these people see the handwriting on the wall and they know the delegate math and they know it's a race against the clock. I don't think that they want to be blamed if they really would believe what they say. That Bernie is so dangerous that these moderates believe that. I don't think they WANNA get saddled with the fault of that if he's the nominee and loses too tunnel job cast of the Chicago Tribune John. Welcome they used to be here. Yes finally after your legit what.
"amy closure" Discussed on The Latest
"They're still so many questions about what happened in. Iowa can see that Pete voltages presently leading the State delegate count with twenty seven Percent Bernie Sanders with twenty five percent. Candidates are already looking toward New Hampshire opportunity. So thank the people of the Hampshire for a great victory tonight. Moderate candidates people to judge and Senator Amy closure trailed sanders to random breaking news the Democratic presidential race where a national poll out this morning shows the former New York mayor is now in second place with nineteen percent support behind Bernie Sanders Bloomberg whose rise at the polls field by more than three hundred million dollars. An AD spending mayor Bloomberg has not appeared on a single debate stage or a single ballot. But that will change tonight. It's Alex Burns in Las Vegas where Wednesday nights democratic debate was held ahead of the Nevada caucus this weekend from NBC News. The Democratic presidential debate live from Las Vegas Nevada. This was a debate. We were all really waiting for the first time. Mayor Bloomberg has appeared on the stage and really is the first time he has engaged with other Democratic candidates at all since entering the race polls released over the last few days have shown Bloomberg overtaking Joe Biden Nationally. As the moderate runner up to Bernie Sanders the front runner. Thanks to hundreds of millions of dollars that Bloomberg has poured into advertising but for most Americans. This was the first time that they have really been introduced to the man himself so going in we knew that all the other candidates. We're going to try to make that a rough introduction to scuff up the glossy image of himself the Bloomberg puts in TV ads. And right away they did. I think we need something different Than Donald. Trump. I don't think you look at Donald Trump and say we need someone richer in the White House are not going to win if we have a nominee who has a history of hiding his tax returns of harassing women and Supporting Racist Policies like redlining and stop and Frisk. Stop and Frisk. Stop and Frisk which went after African American and Latino people in an outrageous way throwing folk close to five million young black men up against the wall. That is not a way. You're gonNA grow voter turnout. They of course after and Frisk is invasive policing policy as mayor of New York Mayor Bloomberg at the beginning of this debate. You took some incoming fire on this. Next topic's let's get into it at two thousand fifteen. This is how you described your policing policy as mayor quote. We put all the cops in the minority neighborhoods. And you explain. That is because that's where all the crime is and early on NBC moderator. Lester Holt asked to address it. You went on to say the way you should get the guns out of the kids hands as the throw them against the wall and I apologize for that policy that what does that kind of language say about how you view people of Color or people in minority neighborhoods. Well if I go back and look at my time in office the one thing that I'm really worried about embarrassed about was how it turned out with stop and Frisk and we started. We adopted a policy which had been in place the policy that all police departments use of stop and Frisk. What happened however was it. Got Out of control from the beginning. He struggled with his responses. We have to keep the lid on crime but we cannot go out and stop people who you know. This was the number one question that Bloomberg would have known was coming more than any other policy issue. This is the one his campaign as worried about from the start of the race. But I've SAT. I've apologized. I've asked for forgiveness but the Bloomberg is not a man known for his political agility. His comfort expressing contrition or for his skin and it showed albums and if we took off everybody that was wrong. On this off this panel everybody. That was wrong on criminal justice at some time in the careers. That'd be nobody else up here and the attacks were unrelenting up until this point Elizabeth. Warren has mostly avoided direct confrontation in debates with other candidates. She's been calling herself the unity candidate but she took a totally different approach. A far more aggressive approach and Mike Bloomberg was her favorite target. I like to talk about who were running against. She landed some of the most stinging blows in the debate drawing a connection between Bloomberg and public enemy number one for the Democrats a billionaire who calls women fat broads and horseface lesbians and I'm not talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about mayor. Bloomberg Democrats are perhaps the most contentious exchange of the night and the toughest one for Bloomberg was a lengthy back and forth between him and both and Joe Biden about a number of women who have signed nondisclosure agreements with Bloomberg and his company. He has gotten some number of women. Dozens who knows to sign nondisclosure agreements. Both for sexual harassment and for gender discrimination in the workplace. So Mr Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. We have a very few nondisclosure agreements. How many Finnish comedies? None of them accused me of doing anything of than maybe they didn't like joke. I told and let me just let me. Be Agreements between two parties. That wanted to keep it quiet. And that's up to them. They signed those agreements. And we'll live with Warren challenged him over and over to release those women from the NBA's and let them speak openly about their experiences when you say they signed them and they wanted them if they wish now to speak out and tell their side of the story about what it is they alleged. That's now okay with you. You're releasing them on television tonight. Senator said he would not do some of the company and somebody else in this the man or woman or could be more than that. They decided when they made an agreement. They wanted to keep it quiet for everybody's interest coming to sign the agreements. And that's what we're going to let. The question is are the Germans but the latest is what these attacks reflect about the state of the Democratic race and the urgency that the candidates are feeling in this moment Bernie Sanders. Lead is looking increasingly. Strong heading into the Nevada caucuses and as we talked about many times part of that has to do with the fact that the more moderate candidates dividing the votes amongst themselves making it harder for any one of them to emerge as a clear alternative to sanders now incomes Michael Bloomberg with all his money and his power and name recognition but so far he has done more to slow down fell moderates than to thwart Bernie Sanders. Senator winning when you say disown these attacks and you didn't personally direct them. I believe you both got ask yourself. Why did this pattern arise? Why is it especially the case among your supply? Don't think this is actually the case. That's just not true. Look people that Mandela wasn't just Bloomberg on the defensive. The other Democrats also had to take on Sanders country we have the best socialists in the country happens to be a millionaire with three houses. What I miss. Well you'll still. I work in Washington housewives. The first problem live in Burlington House to take on each other's ourselves. Are you trying to say that I'm down or you mocking me? Hearbeat trivial was more open. Hostility more personal bitterness in this two hour debate than in perhaps all the other debates combined. And that's because the stakes for the candidates are higher now and for many of them really for almost all of them. Time may be close to running out. So that's the latest.
What Sanders' New Hampshire win means for Pete Buttigieg and the other candidates
"Twenty twenty on WTOP Bernie Sanders coming out on top in Hampshire's democratic primary this week but it was still a good night for some of the other competitors as well this morning the school a little deeper now about what this all means for people to judge of the other candidates with USA TODAY's Washington bureau chief Susan page to get her today he was second to Bernie Sanders and second by only two percentage points remember four years ago Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire by twenty two points so this was a close race and Amy Cole which are the other surprise coming in third and the result I think of her good performance in last Friday's debate even with a club which are as great performance in New Hampshire is there a real path forward for her there is although it's a challenge she doesn't have she doesn't have the kind of money that say Bernie Sanders is sad she doesn't have a a extensive organization in the states to come next on March third we have the big super Tuesday contests contest in fourteen states on the other hand she got to third place here with all those factors in play defeating Elizabeth Warren who had more money and defeating Joe Biden who came in fast you know he used to be the front runner now finishing in fifth really the future of his campaign is in doubt yeah and when Mike Bloomberg joins that campaigns here when it when he's on the ballot said this is gonna be a really tough road for Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren yeah Mike Bloomberg comes in on March third on super Tuesday and he has something more is something more than any other candidate and that is big boxes already invested more in ads in the whole rest of the field combined so he has very deep pockets that's important but it's not the only thing that's important as we see in these results every time we have an election night is Elizabeth Warren done now Elizabeth Warren says he's not done but I think others think this is probably close to the end of the road for Elizabeth Warren you know New Hampshire is next door to her home state of Massachusetts she did a lot of organizing there's been a lot of time there and she did and I was not a good finish in either the first two states if you can't do better than this in New Hampshire where is she going to do well is there anything in particular that you are looking for Susan in the upcoming primaries you know is this race getting clarified or is it getting muddled you know you'd have to say I think that Sanders is the front runner but not a decisive one that put a judge has come from from no where to be second that Amy closure as a wild card that Michael Bloomberg will come in soon with a lot of money you tell me how that's gonna end up
"amy closure" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Him and another guy I forget which Bloomberg have sunk over two hundred million dollars into trying to buy their way into the presidential primary race but Stiers at ten percent bookers at four percent closure are any club Afshar three percent any club a sharp was in Iowa she we know she's not in Minnesota we know that she was in she did a tour of all the different counties in Iowa she went to everyone of them she tries to pretend she goes to everyone in Minnesota and she does but it's invitation only you know year the rest of us would never get a chance to meet with her but in Iowa Amy said it that her visiting every county in Iowa it was a statement of purpose for me and that that is that I believe that we need someone as president who's going to be president not for half of America for but for all of America and folks in Iowa New Hampshire and everywhere else coming up with the early primaries I can assure you any closure is as partisan as as they come and she is totally unbelievable infections out right lying when she says that she will be president for all of America as a as a Minnesotan I can assure you yeah it's not gonna happen yeah Amy closure said her new year's resolution was to win big and twenty twenty and then she tweeted out she has spend zero days on the golf course and to which a numerous Minnesotans reminded her that she promised the state of Minnesota that she would finish all six years of her term let's take a quick break and when we get back I'll just die out we'll take a couple phone calls on the gun grabbers there yeah gun grabbers they're crazy and we'll talk just a little bit about some of the numbers that the the Democrat presidential candidates and their their fundraising numbers came in for last year and we have a debate coming up on January fourteenth and I gotta say the biggest gift to Donald Trump the biggest gift to president trump is once a month they're going to have these debates with the Democrats because it just exposes them and the hard left turn at that they've made us stay tuned everyone to Jeffers Twin Cities news talk am eleven thirty and Twin Cities news stock dot com from.
"amy closure" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Downtown Minneapolis the latest news talk eight threo WCCO I'm Susie Jones WCCO news the hour's top story we now know the name of the man shot and killed by Eagan police on Tuesday night the Ramsey county medical examiner says twenty three year old Isaac eight in of Columbia heights died of multiple gunshot wounds after a standoff with police at an industrial park near highway thirteen and Seneca police say it all began when they responded to report a domestic situation nearby even allegedly ran from them before the hours long standoff according to the BCA at some point shots were fired and the suspect was hit and killed the BCA is investigating no police were injured squad car and body camera video may have captured the shooting Sloan Martin WCCO Minnesota senator and presidential candidate Amy closure is spending the fourth of July holiday in New Hampshire while on the campaign trail she had this to say about president trump's audit the ordinary celebration I am very dismayed about how the president is handling this holiday and all the money he's spending five other candidates also attended the New Hampshire parade a sad anniversary for rich field family on July third two years ago twenty four year old Jonathan o'shaughnessy was killed in a drive by shooting after a neighborhood holiday celebration no one has been identified as a suspect or arrested but the case is still open as the family gathered at the site where he was shot Jonathan's mother talked to WCCO TV it's never too late to do the right thing as Jonathan's family we ask that you confess what you did to our son Jonathan turn yourself in there is a twenty five thousand dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest I'm Susie Jones.
"amy closure" Discussed on Channel 33
"It can even be. It can even be one of these, you know, bad faith, Chuck Todd questions. Would you take away the guns of every American and then someone Jim and they have to raise their hands verge the candidate themselves? Never would I ever take away the guns of all the Americans. And then everyone else who does everyone else who disagrees as to do a shot or whatever you play the game. Amy closure had the strangest scripted lines tonight, the ones I wrote down all foam. No beer, a text Vanda that as all had a no kettle believe my uncle Dick's deer stand. And I think our favor the I got a big laugh from us when she referred to a magic genie. Now, as opposed to a genie who doesn't have magical powers right, just those does regular genie's that just appear and don't give you any wishes. So that was that was funny. I don't know what she did tonight other than I don't. I don't think I don't think too bad job tonight. But I am struggling to remember anything that she said, other than those lines. How about John Delaney at the other end of the no by fit? What about fitness in BC moments when he was, I called on the camera kind of lingered on the other side of the stage like the cameraman, or the director in that truck didn't know where to go with a camera, which has got his thing, sold himself as a job creator tonight. He had the line. I think we should be the party. That keeps what's working, and fixes, what's broken, which is pretty arguable as a position in either democratic or Republican his first response is really good though it his for his first his, his. Hello America for president moment was, I thought quite calm. Competent, and then everything after that was just a nosedive. I mean, there was going back to the way that, you know, the field is changed in just four years or eight years. Ten years, whatever I felt like the that the. That the MSNBC crew was act almost Tagore towards him because of his moderate status, right? Uh-huh..
"amy closure" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Oh, it's Amy closure on the committee is she? Oh, okay. There's a third one talk about somebody with no name recognition at all. She's a Senator from Minnesota and she's supposed to be a moderate. She's moderate that. Well, anyway. So they berated by the Democrats berated bar, you know, over his ethics and his integrity day lashed out again. And again, what's her name? The Hawaiian little maisy Hirono. Why don't you resign? And now, I've got some questions. I mean was just kabuki. Always a stupid is ridiculous. What? But it's it's noteworthy because the mission for the left is they need to destroy William bar because William bar has the Kony's to be sniffing around the keys to lefty corruption conspiracy and malfeasance that's what he's doing. They Democrats are terrified of this. If this guy is going to go and actually look at what you know what actually transpired in two thousand sixteen and and how they got to be a spying operation a counterintelligence operation against the Trump campaign that was funded fundamentally by a bogus dossier paid for by the opposition political party research poker around that you might find some real dirt. Bill bar could blow the lid off their entire scam. If allowed to go unchecked here, Kim strassel of the Wall Street Journal was one of my favorite columnists. These days wrote, a very very good piece, and I want to take three or four minutes and quote extensively from it here. By the way, before you get into this CNN's. CNN paul. This is by CNN. This is interesting news Donald Trump's approval rating rating on how he's handling the economy. Fifty six percent approve forty six forty one percent disapprove. That's not a bad number two have entered into an election cycle. Anyway, Kim strassel writes about the the Democrats trying to destroy Bill bar. She writes, the following the only thing uglier than an angry Washington is a fearful Washington and fear is what's driving this week's blitzkrieg attorney general William bar, Mr. bar tolerate sat through hours of democratic insults. At a Senate Judiciary committee hearing on Wednesday. His reward for his patients was to be labeled in the space of a new cycle. A lawbreaking dishonest obstructing hack speaker Nancy Pelosi publicly accused Mr. bar of lying to congress which she added his quote considered a crime end quote. House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler said he will move to hold district in contempt unless the attorney general acquiesces to the unprecedented demand that he submit to cross examination by committee staff attorneys, James Komi, former director of the Federal Bureau of investigation lamented that Donald Trump had quote eaten and quote, Mr. bars, quote soul and quote, Massachusetts, Senator Liz, Warren demands, the attorney, general resigned. California Representative Eric swell will want him impeached. These attacks aren't about special counsel, Robert Muller, his reporter, even the surreal debate. Or Mr. bars. First letter describing the report the attorney general delivered the transparency that Democrats demanded he quickly released a lately redacted report, which portrayed the president in a negative light. What do the Democrats have to object to well? Some of this year rights is frustration Democrats foolishly invested two years of political capital in the idea that Mr. Muller would provide President Trump had colluded with Russia, and Mr. Muller left them empty handed. Some of it's personal Democrats resent Mr. bar that he won't color or apologize for doing his job some bitterness that Mr. bars performing like a real attorney general making the call against obstruction of Justice charges rather than sitting back and letting Democrats have their fun with Mr. Moore's obstruction innuendo. But she writes, most of it is likely fear, Mr. barmaid real news in that Senate hearing, and while the press didn't notice Democrats did the attorney general said he's already assigned people at the Justice department to assist his investigation of the origins of the Trump Russia probe. He said his review would be far reaching that. He was obtaining details from congressional investigations from the ongoing pro by the department's inspector General Michael Horowitz, and even from Mr. Moller's work, Mr. bar said the investigation wouldn't focus only on the fall twenty sixteen justifications for secret surveillance warrants against Trump team members. But would go back way months earlier. Let me play a little bit of audio through quickly of William bar testifying at the Senate Judiciary committee. The first one is an exchange that he had with Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley, and it has to do with you. Well, sort of self evident good number of leaks coming out of the Justice department FBI during high profile investigations inspector general found that during the department's investigation of every threatened for mishandling highly classified information. There was a culture of on authorize media context during the Russian investigation. The leaks. Continued leaks are undermined the ability of investigators to investigate further leaks to the papers. Well, Congress's questions to the department. Go on answered is unacceptable. Why what are you doing to investigate on authorize media context by the department and FBI facials during the Russian investigation, we have multiple criminal leak investigations underway. Bang multiple criminal investigations, who do you think did all the leaking? It was the staffers maybe some members of congress themselves on the democrat side who are leaking stuff like a sieve to the to the accomplice press. Later on. Texas Senator John Cornyn was questioning bar about the Steele dossier, and whether or not that was a sufficient product to open up a counter intelligence operation against a US presidential campaign. Listen, we've heard a lot about the Steele dossier. Mr. Steele, a former British intelligence officer hired by to do opposition research by the Hillary Clinton campaign on on her political adversaries, including President Trump or candidate Trump at that time. How do we know that the Steele dossier is not itself? Evidence of Russian disinformation campaign knowing what we know now that basically the allegations made in their in were secondhand hearsay or unverified. State with confidence that the Russian dossier was not part of the Russian disinformation campaign. No, I can't state that with confidence and that is one of the areas that I'm reviewing unconcerned about it. And I don't think it's entirely speculative. So what bar is saying. Is that? Hey, yeah. That's still does might have been one of the weapons the Russians were using. And it was the Democrats who paid for it and got it into the bloodstream of the intelligence community in the United States. And we're going to look into that to see who did what that is the dangerous one for the people at at the Obama just Justice department. I mean, did did the attorney general under Obama Loretta Lynch, did she know about that? There are all sorts of Obama officials trying to get people unmasked identified that as Americans identified whose names cropped up in the counterintelligence investigation. Susan Yates was the deputy, Billy. She was. A second in command deputy attorney general was one of them. So is the one of the political operatives very close to Barack Obama moments himself? That is going to be interesting. Let me just give you two more paragraphs of Kim strassel comb. She writes, do not underestimate how many powerful people in Washington. They have something to lose from Mr. barbs pro Mr. bars probe among them former and current leaders of the law enforcement and intelligence communities, the Democratic Party, PU buzz who paid a four national Mr. Steele to collect information from Russians and deliver it to the FBI the government officials who used their positions to target a presidential campaign, the leakers the media more than reputations are at risk. Revelations could lead to lawsuits formal disciplinary actions lost jobs and even criminal prosecution. The attacks. Mr. bar are first and foremost effort to force him out to prevent this information from coming to light until Democrats can retake the White House in twenty twenty as a fallback the coordinate campaign works as a preemptive smear diminishing the credibility of his ultimate findings by priming the public to view him as a partisan, then she winds it up with this. Mr. bar said, quote, we have to stop using the criminal Justice process as a political weapon end, quote that line didn't get much notice but that worthy goal increasing. It looks to be a reason Mr. bar accepted this unpleasant job stopping this abuse requires understanding how it started the liberal establishment, including journalists friendly with it doesn't want that to happen. So it has made it a mission to destroy Mr. bar. The attorney general seems to know what he's up against remains undeterred. That's the start of steely will necessary to right the ship at the Justice department and the FBI Bill bar the lefties worst nightmare because he is. Committed to exposing the truth five fifty three NewsTalk eleven thirty w. It's time for rapid traffic on ninety four eastbound remains closed at highway one hundred due to a fatal motorcycle accident that happened just before three o'clock this afternoon. The investigation continues into that crash.
"amy closure" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So that's Pete Buddha. Does take on the idea of helping erase a bunch of student loan debt and. Here is Senator Amy closure. I am not for free four year college for all. No, thank you. Let me ask you. I wish I was a magic genie and could give that to everyone and we could afford it. I would I'm just trying to find a mix of incentives and make sure kids that are in need. That's why talked about expanding. Pell grants can go to college and be able to afford it that Senator CNN townhall last week, Emily Wilkins. One more question for you. How much of a change is it that there is so much robust discussion about actual plans to relieve student loan debt for forty five million borrowers. How much of a change is that in democratic politics now versus for eight years ago when for years ago when you saw Bernie Sanders for sort of bring up the idea of free free, college, it was sort of seen as a bit of an outlier, but of you know, how would we find the money to make this possible? How would this even be feasible, but since then? You've seen it builds support. I think not only among Democrats, but really Americans in general who are concerned, you know, that student debt is holding them back that they're not being able to get as much as they thought they would out of a college degree, and certainly you can look into data on that. And argue one way or the other as to what the value of a college degree is today, and how much people should be taking out to attend college. But you've definitely just seen the idea take off. And I think part of that is because you do hear so much about the rising cost of college and the rising cost of debt. The fact that Americans have one point five trillion dollars in student debt right now, I think is something that a lot of people are concerned about, and I think a lot of people want to make sure that you know, everyone has a chance that this is in higher education is not something only for the wealthy..
"amy closure" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Now. This Sunday, the president versus congress. President Trump says he's done Russia investigations. Transparent president and administration in the history of our country by far valley to defy congressional Democrats fighting rather subpoenas. I wouldn't give them a damn thing as Democrats plan to use the Mahler report as a roadmap on obstruction. Congress has the responsibility. And I would say the obligation to hold individuals in contempt who do not comply with a lawful subpoena. My guest this morning democratic presidential candidate Senator Amy closure. Minnesota and Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin fast. Some Democrats saying now the time for impeachment polls show, it is not popular with the public and speaker Pelosi is not budget. There's some people. For impeachment. Many more eager to just all of the investigation. Also, making his case review Trumpy years in the White House. She moved forever and fundamentally alter the character this nation. Joe Biden gets in the race. Finally and argues Pesident Trump needs to go and that he convenient. Joining me for insight and analysis are Robert Costa national political reporter for the Washington Post Wall Street Journal columnist pegging unit. Former Republican congressman Carney's Cabello and green Cooper paint a gun correspondent for the New York Times. What comes to Sunday? It's meet the press. NBC news more. Running show television history. This is the press. And good Sunday morning. I'm Andrea.
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"It's just a cargo plane, so we won't be able to fly on it. But it's even bigger than the three eighty it is and you're right. There's a reason they call it the beluga if you've never seen it check it out. Yeah. One of those things that aviation geeks as they call themselves. Hey, it's we call ourselves with love to fly that is Kaplan of airline weekly, and we will post a picture of the blue Gak salad here now dot org. Seth thanks, Jerry. So which Democratic Party will win the democratic party's presidential nomination. Senator Kamala Harris says she is not a democratic socialist though, she's called for Medicare for all Bernie Sanders. Probably says he is one. He's proposed making college free for those who can't afford it. Same with Senator Elizabeth Warren. But Senator Amy closure says, she's not a genie. She can't promise that progressive or centrist every democratic candidate will be asked where they stand in our ongoing conversations with the candidates of all parties, we're joined today by who Yan Castro former mayor of San Antonio who also served as secretary of housing and urban development under President Obama. He's hoping to be the first Latino president of the United States Secretary Castro who in welcome. Thanks a lot for having me. And so where do you stand? You know, are you for expanding Medicare now just for seniors to all Bernie Sanders has a Bill. Before congress that would create a single payer system, essentially eliminate almost all private insurance. Are you down with that? Well, what I believe we need to do is to be the smartest the healthiest the fairest and the most prosperous nation on earth. So in order to become the healthiest nation on earth. We need a different healthcare system. I grew up with a grandmother who had diabetes, and is her condition got worse. And worse. We were very fortunate that she had Medicare. I believe that Medicare should be there for everybody. How do you pay for it? That's a great question. And we're going to have to find different ways different revenue. Streams to pay for it, including looking at raising the top marginal tax rate raising taxes on people that are making more than a million dollars. I think that we need to ask people at the top to pay their fair share stain was Jin Medicare for just a second. Because it's instructive. Of oxes reporting that even Democrats who signed onto Bernie Sanders Bill before congress about you know, Medicare for all have balked at its core feature of eliminating private insurance. Kamala Harris had come back after saying who needs insurance and say, well, there would be some private insurance. A Cory Booker. Who's also a presidential candidate says he's not in favor of completely eliminating private insurance. I don't want to ask you about that specifically. But what do you think about this fight?.
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"Macron's are standing by their calls for governor. Ralph Northam to resign over a black face scandal. It confusing last weekend where he wasn't sure. Whether he was in the clan row where the black face. Has just sacrificed so much of his credibility as ability to lead during a joint interview on CBS face, the nation representatives, Don Byer and Jennifer Weston said they were not swayed by new interview in which north of argued that he was in a position to heal. The Commonwealth and address the fallout from developments involving Virginia's top three elected officials buyers said he knows north is determined to go on this reconciliation tour. But he thinks he should do it as a private citizen and not as governor Minnesota Senator Amy closure is pushing back on reports that she has mistreated staff after announcing that she's running for president the democratic Senator admitted that she can be tough and likes to push people. She added that she has high expectations for self for the people who work for her and for the country. She also noted that there are plenty of great stories from staff members that have worked for her for years. US Senator Chuck Schumer is proposing legislation to. Combat the powerful opioid Fenton. All the drug is considered many times stronger than heroin has been linked to overdoses, the New York Democrat is pushing a Bill that would put sanctions on China for years. Chinese laboratories have been cooking up formulas of death. And some of them are major drug companies in China, and they export Fenton to New York and other places that killed tens of thousands of people the Fenton gnaws sanctions act would also call on foreign drug traffickers to be identified in banned from using American banks, the US in China are currently negotiating a trade deal and trying to reach an agreement by early next month. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio Representative Liz Cheney says Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren has made herself a laughingstock this just after Warren announced her candidacy for president the notion that that anybody of any political party would pretend that they were a member of a tribe or pretend that they were native American and would do. Do it as she seems to have done it in order to get benefits that is in my view, the disgrace on CNN state of the union. The Wyoming Republican said she understands why President Trump mocks Warren over claims of native American heritage. When asked about Trump's recent tweets, calling Warren's twenty twenty presidential run the trail of tears Cheney said nobody should be surprised by the president's reaction. Elizabeth Warren has made herself a laughingstock, and I don't think anybody should be surprised that that that's been the reaction to to her. And to her continued claims last week warrant apologized for identifying herself as a native American police are investigating after a four year old girl died in a fall from a window in the Bronx police say Halina Florez tumbled out of a fourth floor window at her apartment on one hundred fortieth street in the Mont haven neighborhood shortly before five PM yesterday. Neighbors say was a horrifying scene picked.
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"To for Julia's. Democrats are standing by their calls for governor. Ralph Northam to resign over a black face scandal. They confusing last weekend where he wasn't sure. Whether he was in the clan row Bertha black face. Has just sacrifice so much of his credibility. There's ability to lead during a joint interview on CBS face, the nation representatives, Don Byer and Jennifer Weston said they were not swayed by a new interview in which north of argued that he was in a position to heal. The Commonwealth and address the fallout from developments involving for genius top three elected officials buyers said he knows north is determined to go on this reconciliation tour. But he thinks he should do it as a private citizen and not as governor Minnesota Senator Amy closure is pushing back on reports that she has mistreated staff after announcing that she's running for president the democratic Senator admitted that she can be tough and likes to push people. She added that she has high expectations for self for the people who worked for her and for the country. She also noted that there are plenty of great stories from staff members that have worked for her for years. US Senator Chuck Schumer is proposing legislation to calm. Bat the powerful opioid fit. All the drug is considered many times stronger than heroin has been linked to overdoses, the New York Democrat is pushing a Bill that would put sanctions on China for years. Chinese laboratories have been cooking up formulas of death. And some of them are major drug companies in China, and they export Fenton, all to New York and other places that killed tens of thousands of people the Fenton all sanctions act would also call on foreign drug traffickers to be identified in banned from using American banks, the US and China are currently negotiating a trade deal and trying to reach an agreement by early next month. You're listening to the latest from NBC news. We know you've been planning for Valentine's Day for.
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"Hosted by fifteen time Grammy winner, a the celebrate together. CBS tobacco. Shania Rajkumar here pretty much a done deal. You say we'll go live to Senator Amy closure at one thirty as well. As get a live report from our own Sloan Martin coming up after the news, but I hear Susie Jones. All right. Thanks, Rossini, light and freezing snow and fog right now in the twin cities fourteen degrees at one zero three the hour's top story is just that we are less than a half an hour away. Now from Senator Amy klobuchar announcing her intentions to run for president in twenty twenty WC seals Sloan Martin is at boom island park in Minneapolis where the Senator will be speaking to supporters with snow softly, falling in heating lamps donning, the part dozens of folks braving the chilly temperatures to enthusiastically support the Senator I think she can bring the country together more than any of the other candidates out there. I hope her rhetoric and her language of how she is going to run. This campaign will be something different than I think people we'll be energized to grasp onto. I've always looked up to Amy as a role model because I grew up here with her as a Senator having someone that was a strong female representation was really great for me Minneapolis skyline in Mississippi River aren't visible, but the image that Senator Amy klobuchar was expected to project about the toughness of the mid west more than a parent with bundled supporters and steady snow at boom island park Sloan Martin WC. Oh, and.
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"Your city look at that from draped with caution to the bunting. I think it's a nice transition for us. And it makes you wanna cry. That we would be, you know, the place where announcement for the presidency of the United States would happen historic. And I think it's says a lot about the. Another democrat will be joining the throng tomorrow. Minnesota Senator Amy closure is expected to declare her run for the White House at an outdoor rally along the Mississippi. Her announcement comes amid reports that former majority leader Harry Reid once confronted her about being verbally abusive to staff Virginia's Lieutenant governor is facing intense pressure to resign after a second woman accuses him of sexual assault Durham, North Carolina. Police say they have no record of an alleged rape involving in battle Virginia Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax woman says he sexually assaulted her. While they were students at Duke University in Durham in two thousand Fairfax is under intense pressure to resign after two women came forward with sexual assault accusations against him. In his first interview since the black face scandal began Virginia governor Ralph Northam tells the Washington Post he will finish his term of office and an agenda of racial reconciliation. Mayor Marty Walsh reacts to the legal problems. A couple of Boston cops are facing police Captain Timothy Conley has pled not guilty to domestic violence charges after being arrested Thursday. The second involves a Boston cop now on paid leave after he's accused of hiring to Rhode Island's strippers for sex last weekend, then having his gun stolen, the mayor telling WBZ's Bill, Marcus more information is needed really disappointing..
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"Friday, our detectives have been working around the clock to get these two homicides resolved, and I have every confidence in them that they'll be able to do that police are still on the hunt for thirty Christopher rally accused of the fatal shooting of his father, Minneapolis. Mayor. Jacob price says they are working with the American Indian community to help transition the hundreds of homeless people living in south of the city fry believes that the best way to move three hundred homeless people living in the tents near hiawatha and cedar is to work with the local tribal leaders since most of the homeless are American Indians, we believe strongly that. Putting the American Indian community at the center of the decision making process, whether it's mud which is our council of urban American Indian nonprofits and organizations as well as the the tribes throughout Minnesota. The mayor is proposing putting the people on a one point five acre property at twenty one zero nine cedar avenue owned by the red lake nation and backed by ten American Indian tribes it would serve as a temporary shelter called navigation center. Also provide services it is one of three sites. The Minneapolis city council could approve as soon as tomorrow a US. Bankruptcy court. Judge has approved the bankruptcy plan between sexual abuse survivors, and the archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis the settlement provides about two hundred and ten million to compensate abuse victims archbishop Bernard Hebdo spoke in court today. And then with reporters afterwards saying he apologized in court. Our hope is that even though we recognize that the monetary settle. Element is just a part of establishing some Justice that we hope that that is something that brings some sense that Justice has been done, and that ultimately is going to bring some healing into the lives of those who have been hurt by by priests whereby by cover-ups, or by others working on the part of the church settlement. Proceeds will be dispersed after each claim is evaluated by a claim reviewer in a process specified by the plant. Minnesota Senator Amy closure has some questions about Brad Kavanagh and comments he made during a Monday night. Fox News interview, the supreme court nominee adamantly denied sexual assault allegations levelled against him by two women. Appearing on CBS this morning Clovis are says cavenaugh talked about fairness in his confirmation hearings. He said that he wanted a fair process. And to me that obviously means allowing for some limited investigations, a background information. Check where you simply go and you check with. The people that these women said were there closure. Also questioned the credibility of Cavanaugh who claimed his memory wasn't affected by blackout from drinking. The Senator also says the women making neck. Nations should have the opportunity to make their case to the American people and her colleagues on the Senate Judiciary committee. Speech. Joe Mauer's last homestand at target field. Will join Kris Atteberry with a look at tonight's game against Detroit and more from the Vikings on Everson Griffen. That's coming up as the W C C O, six o'clock news continues..
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"Text message that said And then immediately following Michigan I just knew. I had, to call the police to see if they could go look. All of them were wearing lifejackets there are, reports of his sheriff's deputy involves shooting at the del mar racetrack in San. Diego witnesses say at the end. Of a horse race the crowd was getting restless as others, were, filling in for an ice. Cube concert someone reportedly fired, shots into. The, air and then that person got into, a firefight with sheriff's deputies November the concert. Tonight is still going on as planned confirmation hearings beginning in Senate this week for supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh Democrats are sounding. The alarm after the Trump administration decided to withhold. One hundred thousand pages of Kavanagh's record but sorta democrat Senator Amy closure, on NBC have a nominee with. Excellent credentials with his family behind him you have the cameras air you. Have the senators questioning but, this isn't normal it's not normal because we, are not able to see one hundred thousand documents Republicans argue that more than four hundred, thousand documents have already been turned. Over in end to an emotional week of John McCain memorial services Phoenix Arizona to the US naval. Academy America has now said it's goodbyes to, John McCain after the emotional Saturday Washington services at the National Cathedral the final stop. For the longtime prisoner of war turned, far longer time US Senator was an apple it's Maryland where He began his naval career sixty years ago a services. Were private. But admirers, did come out to line the motorcade route what may happen here was the fact that he survived adversity he. Did what he. Felt was right on the navy did salute with jets in missing man formation abodes Tom.