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Takeaways from the G20 Summit
"To the DMZ presidents talked election meddling on Christopher cruise President Trump arrived in Seoul, South Korea this morning. After two days in Japan for the g twenty summit, he's preparing to visit the DMZ tomorrow and hopes he can meet with North Korean dictator, Kim Jong UN while he's there and shake his hand says correspondent ABBIE Philip could be historic moment. If if Kim Jong UN accepts President Trump's invitation to meet him at the DMZ the demilitarized zone, which is not far from where I am here in Seoul and President Trump is also saying that he would be willing to go over into North Korea stepped foot onto North Korean soil and he would feel comfortable doing that. President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping. Agreed earlier today. Japan to restart trade negotiations. Mr. Trump says he will for now not leash new tariffs on Chinese goods imported into the US, but existing sanctions will remain in place, Russian President Vladimir Putin, says. Aims of Russian meddling in the US election were discussed during his meeting with President Trump in Japan. He's at quote, we talked about it, but he didn't say
President, Iran And White House discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"President Trump responding after a US drone was shot down by Iranian missile in what Iran says was an action taken with the drone was over its territory drone was in international waters. Clearly, we have it all documented. It's documented, scientifically not just words and admitted very bad mistake, at the White House. Correspondent ABBIE Philip reports the president may be trying to de-escalate the tension. I don't think it was intentional someone on the ground there made a mistake. But the question is, what does the United States do about it? And on that question, the president said, we'll see will the United States do something to send a message to Iran in return. Makers will soon be briefed at the White House situation room including speaker, Nancy Pelosi. We have to be a strong strategic about how we protect our interests. We also cannot be reckless. in what we do russian president vladimir putin urged caution morning any war between iran and the u._s. would be a catastrophe for the region at a minimum israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu appealed to all peace-loving countries to support u._s. efforts to hold what he called escalating iranian provocations in tehran correspondent fred plight kim has been trying to get a sense of what people there are thinking of in walking the streets of tehran a lot in the past couple of days and people have been telling me how difficult it is for this spite that iranian say we are not going to talk to this president because he left the iran nuclear deal and america and brought himself into this situation by claiming that the u._s. wrong was not only violating sovereign airspace but engaged in spying iran is attempting to legally justify its responses self while walking the line sending a message to washington while limiting the chances of military retaliation for the
"abbie philip" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Briefing, top leaders, I'm like moss, President Trump responding after a US drone was shot down by an Iranian missile in what a wrong says was an action taken with the drone was over its territories drone was in international waters. Clearly, we have it all documented, it's documented, scientifically not just words and a very bad mistake at the White House. Correspondent ABBIE Philip reports the president may be trying to de escalate the tension. I don't think it was intentional someone on the ground there made a mistake. But the question is, what does the United States do about it? And on that question, the president said, we'll see will the United States do something to send a message to Iran in return lawmakers will soon be briefed at the White House situation room including speaker, Nancy Pelosi. We have to be strong strategic about how we protect our interests. We also cannot be. In what we do Russian President Vladimir Putin urged caution warning any war between Iran and the US would be a catastrophe for the region at a minimum Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appealed to all peace-loving countries to support US efforts to halt, what he called escalating Iranian provocations in Tehran. Correspondent Fred plight. Kim has been trying to get a sense of what people there are thinking of walking the streets of Tehran a lot in the past couple of days and people have been telling me how difficult it is for this spite that. The Iranian say we are not going to talk to this president because he left the Iran, nuclear deal and bought America and brought himself into the situation by claiming that the US Ron was not only violating sovereign airspace. But engaged in spying, Iran is attempting to legally justify its responses self-defense, while walking the line sending a message to Washington while limiting the chances of military retaliation for the strike. On Wall Street, the Dow up one seventy.
"abbie philip" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Twenty twenty race election concerns, I'm Anne Cates. President Trump has formally kicked off his twenty twenty reelection campaign. Lindo along the corridor. The battleground place where elections are one in lost Mr. Trump carried the state in two thousand sixteen and amid the true believers, he talked of what has happened since our country is now thriving prospering and booming. And frankly, it's soaring to incredible new heights, but most of the front half of the speech was devoted to re-litigating that two thousand sixteen election and the investigation since there was no GRANDE imagery of where he wants to take the country in a second term. The crowd did not care. They're happy with the direction of things under the Trump presidency. I'm Bob Costantini. Meanwhile, they're rising concerns on Capitol Hill about election security, Senate, minority leader, Chuck Schumer says, if you thought Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen elections were bad. Every expert expects it to be worse in twenty twenty that's why Senator Schumer says Democrats will try to force votes on election security, every chance they get intelligence committee community leaders. Have repeatedly warned us that foreign powers will interfere with elections again. And it's not just Russia. Although the worst, China North Korea, Iran all could do among other things Schumer says Democrats will push for additional election security funding in the upcoming budget negotiations. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. President Trump has tweeted that millions of illegal immigrants will be deported. Correspondent ABBIE Philip these types of rains are usually kept secret for operational reasons, because usually the immigration and customs enforcement officers do not want their targets to know they are coming. So if President Trump was in fact, discussing a real raid.
Trump fires pollsters after results show him trailing Biden
"As the president is about to officially started his campaign. He may be getting off on the wrong foot. Let's begin with our White House. Correspondent ABBIE Philip Abby, the president's not happy on the eve of the big event. Now not at all. Well President Trump's week with supposed to be about this campaign rally tomorrow and Orlando that is expected to be massive, but instead everyone has been focused on these leaked numbers coming from his own campaign showing him trailing Democrats and the president's anger about this has prompted a major shakeup in the president's polling team. President Trump on edge tonight on the eve of the official launch of his reelection campaign in Orlando tomorrow, while I don't believe in those polls slamming his own campaigns polls that show him losing to former vice president, Joe Biden, and other Democrats in key states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan. And moving to purge the officials who made them those polls, don't exist. But I just had a meeting with somebody that's upholster, and I'm winning everywhere. So I don't know what you tell Trump falsely tweeting that the polls which were conducted in March are fake, and adding, we are looking really good. But it is far too early to be focused on that yet. The campaign is moving quickly to quell Trump's fury purging three pollsters, who conducted the seventeen state survey over the leaks. Those officials privately acknowledging that the firings were less about the accuracy of the polls and more about satisfying Trump's demands. The president also offering an expansive view of his presidential powers telling ABC news that he believes the constitution gave him the power to fire. Former special counsel, Robert Muller article two would have allowed me to fire him. So I wasn't going to fight, you know why. Because I watched Richard Nixon go around firing everybody and that didn't work out too. Well, so your position is that you can hire fire anybody stop or start. That is the position of a lot of great. Lawyers and Trump repeatedly citing article two of the constitution, but dodging questions about whether he believes the president is above the law. So a president can't obstruct Justice. President can run the country. And that's what happens you. I run the country. And I run it. Well, and the president, does it, it's not illegal. I'm just saying a president under article two it's very strong read it interview also offering a window into the former TV executives fixation on optics Trump's snapping at his acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, who interrupted him in the middle of an answer in which he claimed he might one day release his tax returns. Oh, at some point, I might. But at some point they get it 'cause it's a fantastic financial statement. And let's do that over. He's coughing in the middle of my aunts yet. Okay. I don't like that. You know, your cheapest and you get a cough. Over here. This kid is just can't just to change. Sorry. Okay. Do you wanna do that a little differently? The while Trump was quick to throw his senior official out of the room, the president found himself out of the loop on a major US strategy to counter Russian cyber attacks. According to the New York Times, there was broad hesitation to brief Trump about a plan to play software code in Russian power grids that could be used for future, cyberattacks or surveillance to administration officials said they believed Mr. Trump had not been briefed in any detail over concerns about how he might react and the possibility that he might share sensitive information with foreign officials like he did in two thousand seventeen when he discussed a classified operation in Syria with the Russian, Foreign Minister and embassador in the Oval Office over the weekend. The president slammed the New York Times accusing the paper of a virtual act of treason and calling the report, not true. Now, President Trump suggested that the report was putting national security at risk by detailing these efforts on the national security side of things. But it also noted that the national Security Council was notified by about this report, and they declined to comment. Also raised no concerns about national security with the publication of these details, and President Trump and congress themselves gave the national security apparatus. The power to do this without the president's explicit. Okay. We'll fill up at the White House. Thanks very much.
"abbie philip" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"He warned Tehran that any attacks on US interest would prompt a quick response from Washington, President Trump has invoked executive privilege when he hasn't wanted others to testify before congress correspondent ABBIE Philip says that may not be an option when it comes to his son as done junior's been subpoenaed by the Senate intelligence committee. Don, jR, could of course, also plead the fifth, but that's something that has some political consequences because by doing so it suggests that he is invoking it against the right? The right of himself to prevent himself from self-incriminating in in the context of testimonies era. To impeach president. Trump has made way to Capitol Hill they delivered a flash drive to Representative Rashida to lead. Containing petition signatures calling for congress to impeach the president ten million to leave said this grassroots effort is growing stronger. This is how movement start house speaker Nancy Pelosi has cautioned against impeachment saying it could further polarize the nation. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The founder of the rocket company, blue origin. Jeff Bezos unveiled a mockup of a lunar Lander spacecraft with a strategy aligned with the government's ambitions to return to the moon within five years time to go back to the moon. This time to stay bays provided. No launch dates customers or the plan for humans on his rockets. I'm Barbara Kusak. Hey, I just heard that people at my friends company got sex store shin. Emails. Yeah. It's a popular type of spear phishing attack sounds serious. It is scammers claim to have a compromising video of the victim and threatened to share it with their contact list, unless they pay ransom target someone at our company, we're secured.
"abbie philip" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"On Amazon just tell Alexa, play five sixty ks special report Trump, declares emergency. Even some Republicans are concerned, the president is setting a dangerous precedent by declaring a national emergency on the southern border to divert money to building more border wall. And he addressed the question of why he waited until now would have been great to have done it earlier. But I was a little new to the job little due to the profession. We had a little disappointment for the first year and a half people that should have stepped up did not step up. They didn't step up. They should have more from White House. Correspondent ABBIE Philip laid out what he believed was how this would play out. It would get stopped in one of the courts, the circuit the ninth circuit that he's criticized repeatedly in the past. But then he predicted that they would alternate Lee win. If this case went all the way to the supreme court house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, recalled the move and unlawful declaration over a crisis that doesn't exist. The ACLU in the state of California are planning opposition lawsuits. I'm Mike moss. A deluge is hitting areas of the west coast. More from correspondent John Laurence. Some parts of California have received up to eight inches of rain in a Davis week. That's leaving some areas with significant flooding that could be potentially life-threatening CHP officers. Sam Courtney says when in doubt air on the side of caution swept off the roadway much deeper water in your car could be completely submerged which would be deadly situation. Tens of millions of people are under flood or flash flood watches from California to Arizona. I'm John Lawrence reporting. The supreme court will take up a case this term to decide whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents. It's a lower court had ruled the question unlawful, the US and China are scheduling another round of trade talks for Washington next week in the hope of beating in into the month deadline to avoid higher tariffs on Wall Street. The Dow was up three hundred seventy five s and p up twenty four I'm Mike moss. Gold.
"abbie philip" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"News update. Step aside address preview. I'm Barbara Kusak. There are calls for the resignation of Virginia's democratic governor. Ralph northern after a racist photo of him and his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. Serviced California, congressman Ted lieu quick to react. There is no defense for that shockingly racist photograph. This is a picture of black face next to KKK figure northern sure no longer be an office. The N double ACP also called on north him to step down north apologized saying the behavior is not in keeping with who. He is today. Word is President Trump will provide a positive twist during next week's state of the union address when it comes to his border wall. Correspondent ABBIE Philip fills us in. They have said that he's going to call for a break in the stalemate. He's going to strike an optimistic tone and. As for that announcement that the president seemed to tease today relating to the government shutdown. The official would only say that the president is going to offer a way forward employers engaged in a burst of hiring in January adding three hundred and four thousand jobs as the unemployment rate ticked up to four percent. Correspondent Linda Kenyon ads. Factory growth is up. American factories grew at a slightly faster pace in January than in December. The institute for supply management says its manufacturing index rose to fifty six point six last month up from a rating of fifty four point three in December. Anything about fifty signals growth in manufacturing. January growth was driven by stronger new orders and production and shows continued momentum in the manufacturing sector, Wisconsin. Governor Tony ever says Foxconn needs to do a better job of communicating its plans for a plant in his state. The company initially said it planned to build a massive plan to produce flat screen panels but backed off earlier this week. But then today, he reaffirmed plan. For manufacturing facility ever says. There's no limit to skepticism if the company's messaging.
"abbie philip" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Representatives in January correspondent, ABBIE. Philip at the White House. I'm mike. Moss, and I'm Larry kofsky at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. What will it take to finally put the brakes on selling in the financial markets holiday cheer? Certainly didn't do it portfolio manager a less yo delong, he said Oppenheimer funds thinks the Federal Reserve and China may hold the key. I think first and foremost the reduce hawkish tone by Federal Reserve, which is not really yet filtering into the market. But the fed has definitely taken a more dovish turn with respect to four guidance. The announced monetary and fiscal stimulus by China is the second important element Christmas day brought more selling in the handful of markets that were open Japan's Nikkei two twenty-five finds itself in bear market territory after falling five percent in China. The Shanghai composite was down two and a half percent in Tuesday trading before buying by state back funds cut the loss to less than one percent. Wall Street returns from its Christmas holiday with. The S and P five hundred barely above bear market territory. Both the S and P and the Dow tumbled nearly three percent on Christmas Eve, President Trump is expressing confidence and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaking with reporters at the White House on Christmas morning. He said Mnuchin is a very talented guy. Very smart person. He complained again about the Federal Reserve in its chairman Jerome Powell, the longtime secretary of imprisoned financier Bernard Madoff may be released from prison in March the lawyer for seventy year old a net Buongiorno says her advanced age entitles her to take advantage of a new prison reform law. He says that by March nineteenth she will have served two thirds of her six year sentence and should be released to home confinement by then. Global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Larry kofsky. This is Bloomberg..
"abbie philip" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Stalemate holy land Christmas by Mike moss day, three of a government shutdown that could extend well into the new year. Correspondent ABBIE Philip is at the White House, even as all of the back and forth has been going on on Capitol Hill. A vice President Mike Pence trying desperately to make a deal with Democrats and vice versa over the weekend. The president has been largely absent from those conversations but tweeting nearly constantly about a whole host of issues. But also this issue of his border wall. He doesn't seem to be backing down from it at all celebrants from all over the world have made a Christmas Eve pilgrimage to Bethlehem the town revered as the birthplace of Jesus. Correspondent Iain leaves? They're they're here celebrating peace and love and hoping that peace will prevail. And you can hear the. Me here. To celebrate an awkward apology from basketball superstar, LeBron James after a social media uproar over his post, which many cold Eddie semitic. Here's correspondent Jim Rupe? Leaving Jewish money. Every we've been getting a Jewish money. Everything is kosher lyrics from the song ASMAR by rapper Twenty-one savage. Lebron James says he thought the words were a compliment. But after getting some social media backlash. She says it's quote, obviously, not through the lens of a lot of people. And he says that's what he does. When he hears lyrics that touch. Emmy post them says he never meant to hurt. Anyone at apologizes for the post? President Trump lasted is outgoing Defense Secretary days after praising him in a tweet the president suggested James Mattis failed to recognize new international dynamics president yesterday had the secretary of state tell Mattis the president wanted him out at the end of the year president blames the Federal Reserve for the worst December in Wall Street history since the great. Oppression. That has not reassured traders today, the Dow was down six hundred forty nine. Yes..
"abbie philip" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Shutdown stalemate holy land Christmas. I'm Mike moss day three of a government shutdown that could extend well into the new year. Correspondent ABBIE Philip is at the White House, even as all of the back and forth has been going on on Capitol Hill. Vice President Mike Pence trying desperately to make a deal with Democrats and vice versa over the weekend. The president has been largely absent from those conversations but tweeting nearly constantly about a whole host of issues. But also this issue of his border wall. He doesn't seem to be backing down from it at all celebrants from all over the world have made a Christmas Eve pilgrimage to Bethlehem the town revered as the birthplace of Jesus. Correspondent Iain Lee's? They're celebrating peace and love and hoping that peace will prevail. And you can hear the music. They're here. To celebrate. An awkward apology from basketball superstar LeBron James after a social media uproar over his post, which many called Eddie semitic. Here's correspondent Jim Rupe? We at Jewish everything is we've been getting a Jewish money. Everything is kosher lyrics from the song by rapper Twenty-one savage. Lebron James says he thought the words were a compliment. But after getting some social media backlash. She says it's quote, obviously, not through the lens of a lot of people. And quote, he says that's what he does. When he hears lyrics that touch. Emmy post them says he never meant to hurt. Anyone at apologizes for the post? President Trump lasted is outgoing Defense Secretary days after praising him in a tweet the president suggested James Mattis failed to recognize new international dynamics president yesterday had the secretary of state tell Mattis the president wanted him out at the end of the year president blames the Federal Reserve for the worst December in Wall Street history since the great depression. Shen that has not reassured traders today, the Dow was down six hundred forty nine the s&p is down sixty four. I'm one this is firefighter Raphael. Poor.
President Trump distances himself after Cohen plea
"President Trump is distancing himself from Michael, Cohen who in a guilty plea told a. Federal court the president directed him to break, campaign finance laws Cohen has served as Trump's, personal lawyer vice president, of the Trump organization and co president of Trump entertainment but. The president tells Fox News Cohen was not, his fixer I don't know where that. Term came from but he's been a, lawyer from me didn't do big deals that. Small deals, not somebody that was with me that much you know they. Make it sound like, I didn't. Live with without him I understood Michael Cohen very well the president has gone from talking about Michael Cohen is someone who was barely involved in his business and in the campaign to saying that Michael Cohen didn't commit a crime and then. Saying that Michael Cohen is also not to be trusted so there is, a lot that the president is trying to test out but it's clear not. A whole, lot of this is really,
Leaders of Senate Intelligence Committee discuss continued foreign virtual security threats
"Thirteen learn more at death of a nation dot com Tweets dorm from, the president today. Correspondent ABBIE Philip says it includes a suggestion for the attorney. General's this is a terrible situation and attorney general Jeff Sessions since stop this rigged witch-hunt right now, before it continues to state our. Country any further president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani was quick to say the Trump's tweet us the word should and was it opinion and. Not an order the leaders of the Senate intelligence committee. Say foreign efforts remain under to Witter fear in. US elections correspond Dylan Byers says it's getting. Harder to blame Russia fence twenty sixteen it's become. Harder for Facebook to clearly identify ties to Russia and part of the reason for that is that. The efforts of the people behind these misinformation campaigns they've grown grown much more sophisticated. The nation's top social media? Sites are, being called upon to do more to. Stop foreign manipulation of American elections on Wall Street the Dow down, seventy s and p now down four I'm Mike It's the John Batchelor. Show with me John bachelor weeknights at ten on.
Hundreds of homes destroyed in devastating California blaze
"Of, the Great Lakes. News talk seven sixty WJR six AM monster wildfire Trump denial I'm Barbara Kusak an. Explosive wildfire in northern California has, left two dead as destroyed. Five hundred structures now covering. Forty eight thousand acres correspondent Dan Simon says more than. Thirty eight thousand people were forced from their homes The devastation is beginning. To set in for people in Redding California The apple named car fire which officials say was first sparked by. A vehicle. Has ravaged the region since, Monday, and doubled in size no idea we're gonna do Morrow officials say. Clean temperatures and strong winds make this fire all the more fierce it is one of. Three major blazes burning across the state eighty eight across, the country sadly seems like this are. Becoming the new normal worldwide as temperatures rise due to climate. Change airlines cancelled flights says Japan's Pacific coast is bracing for typhoon Jong Dari heavy rain is already. Falling on a region devastated by floods. And landslides earlier this month five people were killed following separate shootings last, night. That included a nursing home in. A suburb of Corpus Christi Texas the shooter. Was among the dead a motive is unknown President Trump's longtime fixer Michael Cohen claims Trump new in real time about the June two thousand sixteen, meeting with Russians to get dirt on Hillary Clinton according to, CNN N. correspondent ABBIE Philip reports if true. Cohen's claim would contradict repeated denials by Trump the president left. Town without making any statements at all leaving this as simply a his word against his former lawyers. But the President Try the in a. Tweet to preempt questions from reporters denying the story CNN also reports Cohen, is. Willing to make this assertion to. Special counsel Robert Muller parts of Munich airport. Temporarily shut down after a woman entered a security zone without going through security and passport controls authorities still looking for the woman I'm Barbara Kusak Seven sixty WJR news are meadowland Landreau WGN news time six oh to currently it's sixty two degrees the late Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne was seriously ill for more, than a year the revelations raise the questions of why the company didn't know about it WJR's. Dick Hafner reports Zurich hospital that treated, Sergio marshawn revealed that he was sick for more than a. Year with a, condition which is still mysterious Marcio apparently did not. Tell the, company and so- shareholders did not know martians family says Fiat Chrysler was not told until just before he died, was that the company's responsibility to know the man who saved. Fiat Chrysler put together a five year business plan and despite his plan. To retire next. Year the Fiat Chrysler annual report states marshy owned is critical to the, implementation of our business plan rules, governing public companies in the US do not require them to reveal health problems of top executives. The rules group the issue with. Major changes that Should trigger a public disclosure dick Hafner WJR news two more cases. Of, measles have been confirmed in Michigan. This year according to the. Michigan department of health and human service the too ill. Individuals are residents of Oakland and washtenaw counties the new cases raise the. Total cases of measles in the state for two, thousand eighteen to four last year there were two cases of measles in Michigan all four of this. Year's cases in the state were the result of exposure outside of the. Country a benefit for the wounded warriors project is being held in canton today WJR's gene Fogel explains it's not your typical fundraiser the fundraiser at heritage park and South County center road will include a walk talk and yoga event, the yoga sessions where we led by Dan Nevins he's a motivational speaker nationally recognized wounded warrior. Himself retired army staff sergeant had to, have both legs amputated below the knees because of injuries suffered. During a.
"abbie philip" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Kusak eighteen hundred migrant children have been reunited with their parents, after, crossing the southern border illegally as. Another core, deadline passed but seven hundred of these children are, still without their parents Arizona congressman Ruben Gail. Finds this unacceptable you know it's really important for us to understand, that we as, a country has had potentially. Made orphans we have made hundreds. Of orphans for, a country that values family and we say we're. A family values country this administration has separated families unecessarily so President Trump's, Twitter tax. Are coming under scrutiny as correspondent ABBIE Philip explains President Trump's social media counterpunching could soon become, a legal liability special counsel Robert Muller is investigating the president's Twitter, attacks on attorney general Jeff Sessions and fired FBI director James. Comey as part of the. Probe into whether Trump obstructed Justice the New York Times Sports correspondent Jim Rupe tells us about a ruling against, Starbucks that sends a message to companies, at least in California that. Every little bit counts Starbucks employees Douglas. Toaster file the suit years. Ago claiming he should be paid, for locking, up and, setting, the, alarm, after. He clocked out, traditionally employers. Are not on the hook for minimal work under what's called the Dominican doctrine but the state high court. Says employees should not be expected to work for free no, matter, how little time the work takes. To do, how this affects the labor costs for Starbucks and other companies in the state could be significant. And it may affect the price of your next has speaker Paul, Ryan says he, does not support an effort. By house conservatives to impeach deputy. Attorney general rod, Rosenstein saying lawmakers should not be so cavalier with. The process Facebook lost about one hundred nineteen billion dollars in market value, the day. After the company's CFO told shareholders they would be focusing on making privacy their priority.
Woman arrested in Washington, accused of being Russian government agent
"Arrested I'm Evan Haning wrong. Choice Mr President that's former Pennsylvania governor and America's first homeland security. Director Tom. Ridge one of many top Republicans condemning President Trump's words in Helsinki where he sided with Russian President Vladimir Putin and refused to confirm the integrity of US intelligence agencies for the president to accept Vladimir Putin's word rather than these tireless patriots is the Washington Post. Reports White House aides were as shocked as anyone else by Trump's comments and correspondent, ABBIE Philip, reports more public comments by top, officials former CIA, director John, Brennan calling the news, conference nothing sort of, treasonous, house, speaker, Paul Ryan stressing Russia is not our ally Newt Gingrich calling it the most serious mistake of his. Presidency federal agents have arrested twenty nine year, old Maria Bettina a Russian woman accused of trying to infiltrate. American And political organizations. Justice department. And now she was charged with conspiring against the US as a foreign agent according to court filings but Tina spent years trying to make inroads with Republican party leaders politicians and business leaders to promote Russian interests correspondent Sara Murray well in Houston police say a. Man suspected of three killings over the past several days is in custody police had, appealed for, the public's help in finding Forty-six, year old Jose, Rodriguez a, registered sex offender who, they described as a, possible, serial, killer, in California high temperatures could Jack up the wildfire threat heat advisories and excessive heat warnings are in. Effect until tomorrow for much of northern California, which has already seen some of the worst fires this season Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell.
Netflix plummets as subscriber growth slows
"John. Farrow in New York I'm. Tom Kean in London in between us we have. Eight net flicks accounts we tried to get rid of them as. Best as we can different people keep signing up using art. Names and that's on Netflix has. Done it until yesterday the stock down over fifty dollars call a. Twelve percent. Right now Joins us from LeBron. London is we look, at. The end of net flicks, is we know, an. And I just did a two standard deviation. Chart net flicks is such. A juggernaut it's not even down to resistance it's. Amazing it's pulled back twelve percent this morning and it's still within trend his the bat been broken of net flicks is unreal. Bull market is this just a. Quick blip along the road or is there something different this time I, think what we'll have. To see is one of. The results that come out from the following quotes? Mean it's always dangerous taking one quarters Results, and then extrapolate move across. Having said that there will be some particular points of concern for people in terms of longer term story berry mind given the market cap stock Four hundred fifty million dollars you really need some punches sumptious both in terms subscribe because as, well off, because moving forwards to justify Now I think people will be particularly concerned about this the courts to subscribe Which is not great then the tweet subscriber addiction, doesn't look victory fantastic Come back to this point before it's the the the argument that, Netflix has that impacted. By the fact of a lack of new. Shows What is it suggests that they have to continually invest in very expensive very costly drama which quite frankly nobody knows whether, we'll be showed to keep that subscribe of immense and the rest of the the package Just doesn't seem good enough to watch she gets to subscribe Then some expecting out. Down the street so As I said I won't call numbers let's not put it into. A trend if this Qatif the next quarter. So I think people would be very wide so let's talk about a couple of things in the first point, you've made as the as the quarterly miss and. I want to talk. About the communication Rian we didn't just miss we miss by. A million subscribers when you miss that big typically something's gone wrong with communication both from the company towards, the street and just the general visibility internally how if they got it this wrong. In I think they they probably a. Company doing what you. Love you look at the trends that being going on both. In, terms all q on q and then year on year you'll take of you on that you'll say, since of all markets than you in previously Suddenly you become all the more productivity growth as well I think therefore full of things What extrapolate from that worn either the growth markets hasn't been is good as they expected all they've. Seen more weapons to slow down Markets both of which is obviously of a Boeing trend. They might argue that the World Cup is having, the fact in the sense that the World Cup probably was much better received competition. The many would've expected, the star, of, the tournament and. I think that will probably be the main line of defense
White House: Trump-Putin summit 'is on' after hacking indictment
"President trump's summit with russia's president on monday comes on the heels of a new indictment of a dozen russians in the two thousand sixteen election meddling investigation correspondent abbie philip says it remains to be seen how trump addresses this with flat beer putin a lot of republicans and outside observers folks in the intelligence community warning that russia is likely to do this again and that president trump needs to confront putin directly we know however that in the past the president has said he's not going to continue to harangue putin about this because putin keeps denying it the firefighter was killed while battling a wildfire near yosemite national park authorities say brayden varney was driving a bulldozer and trying to prevent the fire from spreading the twelve boys in their coach rescued from a flooded cave and thailand will be watching the world cup final on sunday but a hospital spokesman said due to the time difference they'll be watching a recording of it later i'm barbara kusak spring showers bring more than flowers they also bring.
Trump blames Obama for Russian hacking of Democratic email server
"Washington point nine fm and am six thirty w a al cumulus station where washington comes to talk the blame account suspended barbara kusak president trump is preparing for his summit with russian president putin on monday at his golf resort in scotland correspondent abbie philip reports that trump took time to tweet this comment about the reason indictment of twelve russians in the election meddling investigation these russian individuals did their work during the obama years why didn't obama do something about it because he thought crooked hillary clinton would win that's why had nothing to do with the trump administration but fake news doesn't want to report the truth as usual twitter suspended two accounts on saturday at dc leaks and at gustav for two there were named in the indictment that alleges a wide ranging conspiracy involving hacking and the release of documents police in chicago say a crowd became combative after an officer fatally shot a man on the city's south side for arrests were made and several officers slightly injured the new orleans zoo expects to reopen sunday after a jaguar escaped from its closure and attack other zoo animals early on saturday officials from the audubon zoo say the adult jaguar was spotted by zoo employees after it somehow escaped from its enclosure kyle burks is with the zoo while there were no human injuries we did suffer the sad loss of four apopka one emu and one fox that lived in nearby habitats they were attacked and did not survive the jaguar was subdued about an hour later and returned to its habitat i'm bill michaels two palestinians were killed and one was wounded in an explosion on sunday in a building in gaza the cause of the blast hours after a ceasefire was announced between israel and palestinian militants was not known president trump told the mail newspaper that he intends to run for re election in twenty twenty and trump said he did not see any democrat who could beat him i'm barbara kusak.
"abbie philip" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"With jerry brown we get back news is next but first the weather channel forecast scattered showers and thunderstorms tapering to an end force here as we head into mid day but more showers and storms are possible again later on this afternoon temperatures into the mid eighties this afternoon they'll taper off overnight seventytwo chance for more showers and storms late sunday from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ken boone wls am eight ninety with another update in thirty minutes dnc chairman tom res is calling president trump putin's poodle and he says if the president is not going to hold putin accountable for election meddling in two thousand sixteen he should call off monday summit in helsinki meanwhile correspondent abbie philip says the president has responded to the indictment of twelve russian officers now linked to the election hacks the white house is not even really acknowledging that link that is implicit in these indictments between russian state actors and the hacking of the twice sixteen election president trump instead has sent several tweets from his golf course not too far from here in turnberry blaming president obama and saying it didn't happen under his watch secretary of state mike pompeo says monday summit will put the us in a better place sad word from california fire officials confirm the tragic news a firefighter has been killed today while battling a wildfire near yosemite i'm mike moss it's a fifteen minute ride on the edens either way from lake cook to the junction inbound kennedy twentysix from o'hare downtown eighteen on the reverse trip.
"abbie philip" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Leading serena's setback i mike moss secretary of state mike pompeo says president trump should go ahead and hold his plan summit monday was vladimir putin despite the us indicting twelve russian officers for hacking the clinton campaign and the democratic national committee during the two thousand sixteen election the president is blaming the obama administration for not responding more forcefully to russia correspondent abbie philip on the president's tweet today the stories you heard about the twelve russians yesterday took place during the obama administration not the trump administration why didn't they do something about it especially when it was reported that president obama was informed by the fbi in september before the election at the same time the director of national intelligence dan coats is warning russia's cyberattacks relentless not yet seeing the kind of electoral interference in specific states and voter databases that we experienced in two thousand sixteen however we fully realize that we're just one click of the keyboard away from a similar situation repeating itself homeland security secretary kirstin nielsen says there are no signs that russia's targeting the two thousand eighteen midterm elections for cyber attacks with the scale and scope that it used in two thousand sixteen now wherever nielsen says there is intelligence russia is using social media to foster divisiveness among the american people she says local election officials should reach out for help if they need it she spoke to a conference of secretaries of state from across the country germany's angelique kerber is defeated serena williams to take this year's wimbledon's women's crown telling espn yeah i knew that i have to play my best tennis against a champion next serena and it's always an honor for me to court with her serena.
"abbie philip" Discussed on KGO 810
"To rescues to go supreme court fight begins i'm evan haning in thailand eleventh boy has been carried out of the watery cave or a dozen boys and their soccer coach had been trapped one boy and the coach remained inside but correspondent ivan watson reports they aren't the only ones still underground there is the doctor the tide doctor and three navy seal officers who has been with the team since the authorities were able to reach them and the commander of this operation he anticipate that all of them will be pulled out today president trump supreme court pick has a busy day ahead this morning breath cabinet heads to capitol hill he's going to be meeting with vice president mike pence and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell the battled for his confirmation has already begun correspondent abbie philip reports democrats are going to keep cabin off the court senate minority leader chuck schumer declaring i will oppose judge kavanagh's nomination with everything i have as opponents expressed concern that kevin will vote to overturn rulings protecting minorities senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says democrats will do all they can to demonize cavenaugh we're going to expect to hear i'll build a troy or right or demolish american healthcare or run our country and some other fictional way a federal judge is denying the trump administration's request to detain immigrant children brought to the us illegally by their parents for more than twenty days judge dolly g calls the argument of cynical attempt to shift responsibility to the judiciary for over twenty years of congressional inaction and illconsidered executive action well boston is thinking about letting people who aren't us citizens vote in city elections the group would include green card holders docker recipients those who have visas and immigrants with temporary protected status in california firefighters are making progress against the county fire in napa and yolo counties it is now.
"abbie philip" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Your station for local news dot football and basketball news talk five ninety springfield me emerald empire to rescues to go supreme court fight begins i'm evan haning in thailand eleventh boy has been carried out of the watery cave or a dozen boys and their soccer coach had been trapped one boy and the coach remained inside but correspondent ivan watson reports they aren't the only ones still underground there is the doctor the doctor and three navy seal officers who have been with the team since the authorities were able to reach them and the commander of this operation he anticipate that all of them will be pulled out today president trump supreme court pick has a busy day ahead this morning breath cabinet heads to capitol hill he's going to be meeting with president mike pence and senate by jordi leader mitch mcconnell the battled for his confirmation has already begun correspondent abbie philip reports democrats vowing to keep cavenaugh off the court senate minority leader chuck schumer declaring i will oppose judge kavanagh's nomination with everything i have as opponents expressed concern that cavanaugh will vote to overturn rulings protecting minorities senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says democrats will do all they can to demonize cavanaugh we're going to expect to hear how they'll destroy or right or demolish american healthcare are ruin our country and some other fictional way a federal judge is denying the trump administration's request to detain immigrant children brought to the us illegally by their parents for more than twenty days judge dali g calls the argument of cynical attempt to shift responsibility to the judiciary for over twenty years of congressional inaction and illconsidered executive action or boston is thinking about letting people who aren't us citizens vote in city elections the group would include green card holders docker recipients those who have visas and immigrants with temporary protected status in california firefighters are making progress against the county fire in napa and yolo counties it is now.
"abbie philip" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Boy has been carried out of a watery cave or a dozen boys and their soccer coach had been trapped one boy and the coach remained inside but correspondent ivan watson report so they aren't the only ones still underground there is the doctor the doctor and three navy seal officers who has been with the team since the authorities were able to reach them and the commander of this operation he anticipate that all of them will be pulled out today president trump supreme court pick has a busy day ahead this morning breath cavanaugh heads to capitol hill he's going to be meeting with fis president mike pence and by jordi leader mitch mcconnell the battled for his confirmation has already begun correspondent abbie philip reports democrats are vowing to keep cavenaugh off the court senate minority leader chuck schumer declaring i will oppose judge kavanagh's nomination with everything i have as opponents expressed concern that cavanaugh will vote overturn rulings protecting minorities senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says democrats will do all they can to demonize cavenaugh we're going to expect to hear how they'll destroy or right or demolish american healthcare or ruin our country and some other fictional way a federal judge is denying the trump administration's request to detain immigrant children brought to the us illegally by their parents for more than twenty days drudge dolly g calls the argument of cynical attempt to shift responsibility to the judiciary for over twenty years of congressional inaction and illconsidered executive action well boston is thinking about letting people who aren't us citizens vote in city elections the group would include green card holders docker recipients those who have visas and immigrants with temporary protected status in california firefighters are making progress against the county fire in napa and you'll lo.
"abbie philip" Discussed on KGO 810
"The possible rescue for those kids trapped in a cave supreme court search continues i'm evan haning rescuers in thailand now say if it's appropriate and if it's possible they will start getting that boy soccer team out of the cave they have been stranded in tonight quite a stunning development considering we heard earlier from thirty saying they're going to bring full months worth of a fade out into the cave for it to allow these these twelve boys and they coach to sit out the rainy season but it seems like something has changed correspondent coren well president trump has been interviewing possible nominees to fill the supreme court seat of retiring justice anthony kennedy sources say that in recent days the president has spent considerable time discussing the advantages of a female nominee the president is planning to announce his nominee next monday night in prime time ahead of his trip to the nato summit correspondent abbie philip ahead of that summit trump has written letters to the leaders of germany canada belgium norway scolding them for spending too little on their defense trump has questioned the value of nato in the past and warns us allies he may consider adjusting america's military presence in the world the president's singapore's summit with kim jong was promising but details about north korea's plans to denuclearize are sketchy so correspondent barbara starr says secretary of state mike pompeo will meet with kim later this week he's going to have to give kim jong basically a to do list declare oh your weapons stick claro your sites and let's agree to a specific plan on denuclearization well the heat wave continues heading into the mid week holiday independence.
"abbie philip" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Kid to seventeen states and correspondent abbie philip reports there appears to be no interagency coordination or plan in place that could reunite them while health and human services awaits further guidance on what to do about reunification separated children continue to be sent to facilities and foster homes across the country leaving states scrambling to track how many are in their care meantime correspondent bob costantini reports house lawmakers rejected a hard line republican immigration bill yesterday president trump blaming democrats for not wanting to vote for the bill because it gives him money for the wall and cuts down legal immigration numbers they don't care about the children they don't care about the injury that don't care about the problems in the next breath or so an invitation to nancy pelosi and chuck schumer i'd invite them to come over to the white house anytime they want this afternoon would be good in pittsburgh there were more protests overnight of the police shooting of unarmed black teenager antoine rose video from tuesday posted on facebook shows a car stopped by police in east pittsburgh to people get out of the car and start to run an officer opens fire police say the car matched the description of a vehicle used in an earlier shooting a broken back window from where the victim had returned fire police also found two guns inside the car but seventeen year old antoine rose did not have a weapon on him when an officer shot him rose later died at the hospital i'm andrew spencer global stocks are mixed as investors worry over trade disputes between china and the us and thursday was the eighth day the dow saw losses on rising trade tensions correspondent tom busby reports the tensions aren't only with china today the european union starts collecting levies on more than three billion.
China slams Trump's tariff threats as 'blackmail'
"Opened the of skill parties coming together on border separation deadly mid western flooding i'm evan haning all five first lady's former and current are speaking out against president trump's family separation immigration policy and more republican lawmakers are joining democrats in condemning the actions at the border all of us who are saying these images of children being pulled away from for moms and dads and tears were horrifying this has to stop that's texas senator ted cruz he plans to introduce emergency legislation that would provide new temporary shelters more immigration judges and require families emigrating illegally to be kept together on thursday the house is expected to vote on two bills to address family separations but correspondent abbie philip reports the outlook for both bills appears far from certain president trump will meet with house republicans later today about the issue of immigration but more and more even republican lawmakers are raising the issue and not buying the excuse that president trump cannot do anything about it deadly flooding in the upper midwest correspondent andrew spencer reports the flooding in illinois follows that in wisconsin and on michigan's upper peninsula heavy downpours open sink holes and washed out roads prompting disaster declarations from the governors of both states seventysevenyearold thomas koper was drowned in ashland county wisconsin well u s china trade tensions continue to heat up as president trump threatens a new ten percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports correspondent matt rivers says china is giving trump's threat a name they're calling it blackmail and they're saying that they will hit back against america but what does that look like that means more tariffs on american imports here and it likely means targeting american companies that rely on china think apple boeing ford general motors cisco and the big question the big fear is where does it go from here because if both these countries continue down this path the american consumer will feel it in his or her wallet on wall street dow sp nasdaq futures down more than one percent i'm evan haning it's jammed from cat spot litter if you own a cat you know how much hassle it is.
New York Times, Zillow and Abbie Philip discussed on Doug Stephan
"The damage outside a building at saint stephen's episcopal church in the west end of beaumont texas just about two miles away from where another explosive device was found outside a starbucks that device was not detonated the fbi is assisting the investigation authorities have yet to address the nature of the bomb a motive whether any suspects have been identified or if there might be any links between the devices correspondent scott carr big worries on hawaii's big island the lava fissures are bad enough now it's feared that kill away of all k know could erupt from the top president of the hawaii senate ronco gucci says state officials are keeping a close eye on the killer way of volcano this is an ongoing event with no end in sight that anyone can make any kind of firm predictions officials say kilowatts activity resembles what was seen right before a major eruption in nineteen twenty four when enormous rocks called ballistic boulders were launched from the earth correspondent john laurence says residents are also being warned about the current threat of dangerous toxic gases homeland security secretary john nielsen may have second thoughts about our job that are reports she wrote a resignation letter after president trump scolded her for failing to improve border security at wednesday's cabinet meeting a white house official describing the president's comments as angry and heated the new york times reporting secretary nielsen told colleagues she was close to resigning after the argument and drafted a resignation letter homeland security officials denying that report correspondent abbie philip many millennials may thank mom forgiving them they're old room back this mother's day on news zillow analysis shows nearly one in four is back home living with mom that's twelve million the highest number in a decade i'm evan haning.
3 freed American detainees on way home from North Korea, Trump says
"Victim secretary of state mike pompeo was on his way back to the us from north korea with three american detainees president trump says they seem to be in good health two of these men were detained in the last year the first few months of president trump's administration in may two thousand seventeen and april twenty seventeen they were with pyongyang university a third man was detained in twenty fifteen accused of espionage by the north korean regime all three of them are americans of korean descent who are now on their way back to the united states correspondent abbie philip the president says he will be at joint base andrews with the vice president at two am to personally greet them the president meanwhile defending his decision to withdraw the us from the iran nuclear agreement speaking to reporters at a cabinet meeting the president said after a while he thinks the iranians will come back to the negotiating table either a really good deal for the world or we're not going to make a deal at all and iran will come back saying we don't want him to go shade and of course they're going to say that if i were there position i'd say that too for the first couple of months we're not going to negotiate but they'll negotiate or something will happen and hopefully that won't be the case the us pulling out of that deal could cost us more at the gas pump gas prices typically rise anyway for summer driving but triple is john townsend says ending the iran nuclear deal is gonna make it worse thanks iran all import it could take as many as five hundred thousand barrels off the export market and that could mean it could drive gas prices between twenty and twenty five cents higher by summer yeah we'll feel that pinch summer american families can pay as much as two hundred dollars more for gasoline than they did last summer bill thompson on wwl and wwl dot com your money.
Syria accuses Israel of attacking army base near Damascus
"News dick haefner secretary of state mike pompeo is flying back to the us from north korea he has three american prisoners there are korean nationals they say they seem to be in good health that's according to a tweet from president trump here's correspondent abbie philip who are the little bit information about those three months these men were detained in the last year the first few months of president trump's administration in may of two thousand seventeen and april twenty seventeen they were associated with pyongyang university a third man was detained in twenty fifteen accused of espionage by the north korean regime all three of them are americans of korean descent who are now on their way back to the united states and trump also says that there is a place and time which is set for the meeting between president trump and kim jong un hours after the president pulled the us out of the iran nuclear bomb deal a syrian human rights watchdog group says israeli airstrikes on iranian military facilities outside of damascus killed at least fifteen including eight iranians they say in jerusalem correspondent ian lee says syria claims to have deflected on israeli attack in state television is saying that are airdefense as intercepted to israel missiles in the damascus area israel's military isn't commenting but in the past twenty four hours in the northern part of israel and the golan heights the army they're on a heightened state of alert a deputy assistant secretary of state andrew peak says pulling out of the iran nuclear agreement was for the safety of the us we have every confidence that by making this decision that we are imposing sufficient leverage to get iran on to reduce its activities to put better pressure on iran to get to a better place with regards the balance of power in the region in iran's nuclear activities senators are taking a close look at gina hass bowl gina has bulls nomination as the cia director there's a confirmation hearing going on hassle is a career cia operative she says the agency was ill equipped to.
'We Simply Can't Take It Any Longer': Teacher Protests Sweep Arizona, Colorado
"Take skills muller's questions teachers out another day i'm evan haynick the new york times is reporting the special counsel robert muller has given a list of questions to president trump's lawyers as part of his russia investigation correspondent abbie philip reports they include motivations for firing fbi director james comey russian hacking and communications between longtime trump associate roger stone and wikileaks founder julian assange another category of questions deals directly with muller's inquiry into potential coordination between the trump campaign and russia including the now infamous june two thousand sixteen trump tower meeting with russians promising dirt on hillary clinton the department of justice is charging nearly a dozen possible members of a migrant caravan with entering the us illegally a number of rallies are planned this may day opposing the president's hardline immigration policies and also supporting teachers there are certain to be crowds in phoenix where a red sea public school teachers have been marching over their dissatisfaction with pay and education fund thousands of colorado teachers walked off the job last week in my classroom i have thirty i have thirty four kids i have to say awkwardly on the side of my classes now launching a petition drive to put a school funding measure on the november ballot i'm scott carr in colorado where teachers have also walked out lawmakers have decided to shelve a vote on the bill that would punish teachers with fines and possibly jail for striking well israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu says he has proof that iran has cheated on the nuclear deal and says the deal should be killed the whole premise that this deal some guarantees a safer more moderate yvonne is one this deal paves iran's path to a nuclear arsenal if you got rid of it the first thing that would happen is you would crash iran's money machine president trump has approved another month of relief for steel and aluminum tariffs were key us allies including mexico canada and the european union i'm evan haning.
Cisco, Trump and Amazon discussed on The John Batchelor Show
"Minor injuries pope francis baptized eva adults at an easter vigil service including nigerian beggar who became a hero when he disarmed in talian thief wielding a cleaver cisco this feed you data speed descent in a homily the pontiff of challenge catholics not to remain silent as jesus disciples did after his crucifixion correspondent abbie philip reports that president trump went after amazon in another tweet storm claiming the online retailer uses the postal system system as their delivery boy the postal service has defended its relationship with amazon saying that it does charge amazon a lower rate like does with a lot of other large shippers because they ship a lot of packages through the postal service and not arrangement they have said is mutually beneficial and amazon does pay sales taxes on its sales that it does online a third party sellers who use amazon as a platform do not but for the most part amazon does pay taxes why officials say a man was seriously hurt in a shark attack i'm barbara kusak.
Russia tests new nuclear missile that NATO calls 'Satan 2'
"The jury has reached a verdict and cleared noor salman widow of pulse nightclub mass killer omar mateen of all charges not guilty on each count the jury says as several nations and russia expelled each other's diplomats moscow is showing off its newest nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile correspondent phil black reports the kremlin calls it sarmatia in the west the world's heaviest icbm is known as satan to putin very recently just a few weeks ago was boasting about the capabilities of dismissal its size its power multiple warheads it's range its ability the russians say to get through ballistic missile systems president trump's most trusted aide communications director hope hicks has bid farewell to the white house correspondent abbie philip says she may not be replaced so far nobody is in line to take her please sources say the president is being told by some advisers he doesn't need a communication structure the words of staff general john kelly i'm evan haning and i'm joan doniger in the bloomberg newsroom spacex has sent another batch of ten iridium communications satellites on a used falcon nine rocket into orbit from vandenberg air force base in california it's varying this part of a constellation of seventyfive iridium next satellites into place the work should all be done by mid year but spacex is looking now to do this for itself that is one fcc permission to offer broadband service from space itself by using constellation of more than forty four hundred satellites racing around the earth and low orbit the company says the aim is to link the.
Russia tests new nuclear missile that NATO calls 'Satan 2'
"In orlando florida the jury has reached a verdict and cleared noor salman widow of pulse nightclub mass killer omar mateen of all charges not guilty on each count the jury says as several nations and russia expelled each other's diplomats moscow is showing off its newest nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile correspondent phil black reports the kremlin calls it sarmatia in the west the world's heaviest icbm is known as satan to putin very recently just a few weeks ago was boasting about the capabilities of this missile its size it's up multiple warheads it's range its ability the russians say to get through antiballistic missile systems president trump's most trusted aide communications director hope hicks has bid farewell to the white house correspondent abbie philip says she may not be replaced so star nobody is in line to take her place sources say the president is being told by some advisers he doesn't need a communications director staff general john kelly i'm evan haning and i'm joan doniger in the bloomberg newsroom spacex has sent another batch of ten iridium communications satellites on a used falcon nine rocket into orbit from vandenberg air force base in california it's varying this part of a constellation of seventyfive iridium next satellites into place the work should all be done by mid year but spacex is looking now to do this for itself it is one fcc permission to offer broadband service from space itself by using a constellation of more than forty four hundred satellites racing around the earth the low orbit the company says the aim is to link the.
"abbie philip" Discussed on LI News Radio
"War the president telling reporters he's still willing to speak with muller correspondent abbie philip president trump is hitting china with tariffs and the chinese are promising to hit back fulfilling a campaign promise thursday the president announced wide ranging tariffs on billions of dollars of chinese imports karen kay for reports the move is heightening fears of a trade war this has been long in the making you've heard through tough talk on the campaign trail president trump signed off on tariffs on about sixty billion dollars of chinese imports coming into the us citing the trade deficit with china as a particular problem it is the largest deficit of any country in the history of our world it's out of control the tariffs also following investigation by the us into intellectual property theft by the chinese senate democratic leader chuck schumer offered rare praise for the president for taking action where predecessors did not president trump is exactly right this afternoon to propose a plan designed to punish china for its most flagrant trade abuses while many advocates some sort of action against china some worry the tariffs are too broad of a response and could spark in economic showdown i'm sure the chinese are going to target important and i conic us brands there's already been discussion of that on the big fear of course is that this is just the beginning of a more global trade war and in the middle of that could be us companies and consumers on monday forty nine of the nation's largest retailers including walmart target and costco send a letter to president trump warning of the impact of the tariffs on the price of consumer goods and on their shoppers president's announcement and the potential consequences gave the market jitters the.