35 Burst results for "Acting Chief"

Why Is Cassidy Hutchinson Considered Credible?

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last month

Why Is Cassidy Hutchinson Considered Credible?

"Why is this witness cast hutchison considered credible She's seen as credible I keep hearing that Mick Mulvaney the former failed acting chief of staff to Donald Trump He's all in That many faces admit He wasn't an eyewitness to anything but don't worry He knows everything that took place Old Mick Mulvaney That's fine Saw wisenheimer former assistant independent counsel working for Ken Starr He was convinced Convinced that we now have absolute evidence of culpability culpability That Donald Trump has committed seditious conspiracy Wow Based on the testimony of one person Whose testimony was never challenged Or was it This young lady's 25 years old some say 26 years old She's young She was not a senior assistant to the president of the United States She testified before this committee in secret four different times You saw those of you who watched or listened her 5th time Why would they need to talk to her 5 times Why Ask any real lawyer why Because they were wearing her down pressing her pressing or pressing her Many hours each time

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Peter Navarro Previews Chapter 2 of New Book 'In Trump Time'

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 10 months ago

Peter Navarro Previews Chapter 2 of New Book 'In Trump Time'

"I want to go right to this issue in the situation room With Fauci this chapter two is fascinating fear loathing in saint Fauci in the situation Take us to the situation Yeah that's great So it's January 2020 It's January 28th the president has dispatched me to the situation He's already decided to pull down the flights from China But he needs the support of this nascent task force right So I walk in there Mark and there's four guys I see I know I'm going to have trouble with you got Mulvaney the acting chief again and at the table you got Pompeo's hack on my left shoulder I'm looking across either get this orville redenbacher doppleganger That's Redfield at the CDC and Asia right They're all for different reasons They're again the travel band but there's this little guy across me Little round glasses didn't know he was a saint didn't know we walked on water And I mean a violent argument with him within 60 seconds And he's like flow bears parody keeps saying over and over again travel bans don't work And at one point Mark I looked at him and I go dude I actually called him dude I said dude it's like I mean if there's 20,000 Chinese nationals come in every day from Wuhan China and China into Kennedy O'Hare LAX some of them lit up hotter than a Christmas tree with virus that you think it's best come on in And it's no no no no no no And that was my first taken Mark I looked him in the eye that day Again it's like I had no idea of who he was And I thought to myself he thinks he's smarter than he is And he's going to hurt this president But the bigger story that day Mark and in Trump time book was the lie of omis because I'm sitting there at that point in time I knew that virus likely came from the lab And what did Fauci

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 US intel warns China could dominate advanced technologies

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

US intel warns China could dominate advanced technologies

"U. S. intelligence officials are issuing new warnings about China's seems to dominate advanced technologies from artificial intelligence to other technologies the officials warned Beijing's ambitions could eventually give it a decisive military edge and possibly dominance over essential sectors like healthcare the national counterintelligence and security center notes Chinese companies are investing in USA and European biotechnology and pharmaceuticals it's acting chief notes such companies are beholden to the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing could ultimately end up with any data they collect the center's boosting efforts to tell business executives academics and government officials about the risks of accepting Chinese investment or expertise in key industries Sager

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Pentagon Chief During Jan. 6 Riot Defends Military Response

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Pentagon Chief During Jan. 6 Riot Defends Military Response

"The Pentagon's acting chief during the capital riot plans to tell Congress there's a reason he did not want to send many troops Chris Miller will testify tomorrow he was worried sending troops to the capital would fanned fears of a coup or that the military might be used to help overturn the election results in testimony obtained by the AP Miller will tell a house panel the Pentagon as a bad record in supporting domestic law enforcement and he was determined to have a limited presence Miller's testimony is aimed at defending the Pentagon response to the chaos amid criticism that it took National Guard members hours to arrive as capitol police were overwhelmed Miller will say then president trump encouraged the protesters but he'll denied trump had any role in the Pentagon's response Sager mag ani Washington

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Suspect Killed by Police After Attack at Capitol

BBC World Service

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Suspect Killed by Police After Attack at Capitol

"D. C are searching for answers following yesterday's attack at a U. S capitol checkpoint that left a Capitol police officer dead and another hospitalized. MPR's Dave missed it. Reports the suspect was killed after he drove a car into a security barrier and jumped out brandishing a knife. U. S. Capitol police say 18 year veteran officer William Evans to come to injuries sustained in the incident. Officials say injuries to the other officer or not life threatening Robert Conte, acting chief of the D. C. Metro police says his department is taking over the investigation. Clearly, this was someone who was actively trying to just get at whoever whatever. We just don't know right now, so we have a responsibility to investigate that to get to the bottom of this well. The motive is not yet known. Conte says The attack doesn't appear to be terrorism related. President Joe Biden ordered flags with White House to be flown at half staff in honor of Evans in the other officer, Dave Message NPR news.

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Investigation underway in deadly Washington DC Capitol attack

NPR News Now

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Investigation underway in deadly Washington DC Capitol attack

"In washington. Dc are searching for answers following yesterday's attack at a us capitol checkpoint that left a capital police officer dead and another hospitalized. Npr's dave mistakes reports. The suspect was killed after he drove a car into a security barrier and jumped out brandishing a knife. Us capitol police say eighteen year veteran officer william evans succumbed to injuries. Sustained in the incident officials say injuries are not life-threatening. Rubber conti acting chief of the dc metro police says his department is taking over the investigation. Clearly this was someone who was actively Trying to Just get at while whoever whatever just don't know right now so we have a responsibility to investigate that to get to the bottom of this while the motive is not yet known. Conti says the attack doesn't appear to be terrorism related president. Joe biden ordered flags of the white house to be flown to staff in honor of evans in the other officer. Dave

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Capitol Police officer killed in car attack

NBC Nightly News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Capitol Police officer killed in car attack

"Is profound sadness. Today's violent death of another capital police officer killed during a confrontation that left another officer injured. A suspect shot to death a tragic and a staggering blow to an agency still traumatized by the loss of their own after the january six attack. Today's horror at the senate entrance to the capitol when a lone man drove his car into the officers and then rammed a security barricade before confronting them with a knife. According to police the driver shot and killed by police later. The fall in officer honored by fellow officers. His body driven away in a police procession. Heli jackson has late details. You can see the aftermath of the deadly attack just steps from the capitol where a suspect rammed that blue car into a barricade about one hundred yards from the senate entrance. Never seen this before a helicopter. Arriving as part of a massive response oh my god. The national guard in formation after police say a suspect identified by four senior law enforcement officials as twenty five year old noah green drove into to capitol police officers and into that roadblock around one this afternoon the head of capital. Police says he jumped out of the car. Holding a knife ignored commands to stop and instead started to run aggressively towards the officers. They opened fire killing the suspect. But not before. Those two officers on scene were hurt and taken to the hospital with acting chief. Yoga pittman soon after visibly emotional as she revealed this devastating news. It is with a very very heavy heart. That i out. One of our officers have succumb to his

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Capitol Police officer, suspect dead after driving into barrier: What we know

NBC Nightly News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Capitol Police officer, suspect dead after driving into barrier: What we know

"Is profound sadness. Today's violent death of another capital police officer killed during a confrontation that left another officer injured. A suspect shot to death a tragic and a staggering blow to an agency still traumatized by the loss of their own after the january six attack. Today's horror at the senate entrance to the capitol when a lone man drove his car into the officers and then rammed a security barricade before confronting them with a knife. According to police the driver shot and killed by police later. The fall in officer honored by fellow officers. His body driven away in a police procession. Heli jackson has late details. You can see the aftermath of the deadly attack just steps from the capitol where a suspect rammed that blue car into a barricade about one hundred yards from the senate entrance. Never seen this before a helicopter. Arriving as part of a massive response oh my god. The national guard in formation after police say a suspect identified by four senior law enforcement officials as twenty five year old noah green drove into to capitol police officers and into that roadblock around one this afternoon the head of capital. Police says he jumped out of the car. Holding a knife ignored commands to stop and instead started to run aggressively towards the officers. They opened fire killing the suspect. But not before. Those two officers on scene were hurt and taken to the hospital with acting chief. Yoga pittman soon after visibly emotional as she revealed this devastating news. It is with a very very heavy heart. That i out. One of our officers have succumb to his

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Man rams car into 2 Capitol police

The Young Turks

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Man rams car into 2 Capitol police

"Today. The capital had to briefly. Go back on lockdown following and tragically fatal attack on the capitol building with a vehicle ramming into a barricade striking to officers Both were injured. One later pronounced dead. the suspect. was apparently shot after getting out of the car with a knife and attempting to attack the police officers. Now we've been gradually getting some information since the morning Robert conti the acting chief for the metropolitan police department said the attack near the us capital today quote does not appear to be. Terrorism related does not appear to be terrorism related. But obviously we'll continue to investigate to see if there is some type of nexus along those lines just an amazing way to say that Throughout the day the fbi washington field office was providing support to the us. Capitol police the dc national guard deployed immediate response force made up of members of the national guard to the capitol complex today to support the capitol police and there are roughly twenty three hundred national guard members in dc supporting the local state and federal authorities in dc. So they had a pretty immediate response and they had a very quick Breakdown of the situation of the press. Obviously you learning some lessons or at least wanting to reassure us that they've learned some lessons since what happened in january but this is obviously incredibly serious not just because they tacked up because the capitol police officer Did lose their

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Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

News, Traffic and Weather

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

"And the latest on weekend weather and you're homeward bound traffic and four minutes another U. S. Capitol Police officer dies in the line of duty Officer William Evans was fatally injured today by a suspect who rammed his car into a security barricade, then charged Evans and one of his fellow officers with a knife. Acting chief Yoga. Nanda Pittman was another blow. For the Capitol Hill family and especially the Capitol police family. And abroad. But the director Dr Risso Wollensky, is suggesting that people still wear masks when they're on public transportation, including airplane in stereo, Aldinger ABC News What That means to you from a local travel expert. People were ready to break out of their cages, says Co. Moh travel analyst Steve Danny shek, who says it's a common sense move that gives the CDC some control over what will happen anyway. With Europe. Seeing covert surges and new lockdown, Steve says it's likely out is the destination for most people, but he suspects with vaccinations in progress. A lot of us will do a good old fashioned road trip. Where will they go? They can't go to a why they go to Mexico. They go to some points in the Caribbean or they could drive around. I think we're going to see a lot of dementia. Travel recovery quicker than international travel. If you were vaccinated, Steve says, go now. Because hotel car rental and especially airfare prices will rise with increased demand. While airlines continue to limit the number of flights until that demand, forces them to ADM. Or just make sure you're familiar with the travel guidelines and the covert rules wherever you go. Both education simultaneously of students in the classroom and remotely is, Lee says it's important for kids to get

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Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed

"The the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police are are mourning mourning the the loss loss of of another another officer officer eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran William William Evans Evans is is the the second second capital capital police police officer officer killed killed in in the the line line of of duty duty in in three three months months after after Brian Brian sick sick Nick's Nick's death death in in the the January January Ryan Ryan this this is is been been an an extremely extremely difficult difficult time time for for U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police acting acting chief chief Yogananda Yogananda Pittman Pittman ask ask that that you you keep keep all all U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police family family in in your your thoughts thoughts and and prayers prayers president president Biden Biden says says he he and and the the First First Lady Lady are are heartbroken heartbroken by by the the attack attack and and Evans's Evans's death death he's he's ordered ordered White White House House flags flags lowered lowered to to half half mast mast Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Car rams into police at Capitol barricade; officer killed

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Car rams into police at Capitol barricade; officer killed

"There there has has been been another another deadly deadly attack attack at at the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol capitol capitol police police say say a a man man rammed rammed a a vehicle vehicle into into two two officers officers at at a a security security checkpoint checkpoint about about one one hundred hundred yards yards from from the the building building the the suspect suspect exited exited the the vehicle vehicle with with a a knife knife in in hand hand at at officers officers opened opened fire fire after after he he lunged lunged at at them them acting acting chief chief Yogananda Yogananda Pittman Pittman says says the the suspect suspect was was killed killed two two officers officers were were taken taken to to hospitals hospitals one one of of our our officers officers have have succumbed succumbed to to his his injuries injuries making making him him the the second second capital capital police police officer officer killed killed this this year year after after one one died died in in January's January's riot riot police police say say today's today's attack attack does does not not appear appear related related to to terrorism terrorism nor nor to to any any particular particular member member of of Congress Congress which which is is on on recess recess this this week week Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief

"Recommends widespread changes at the U. S Capitol following the January 6 Ryan among the changes being called for the hiring of more than 1000 new Capitol police officers. As the fall out from the riot continues. The board that oversees the U. S. Capitol Police is also reportedly beginning a search for a new permanent police chief. The search will be nationwide, The new chief will face calls to improve the department's intelligence gathering and its ability to respond to threats like the storming of the capital on January 6th you've been on the Pittman has been the acting Chiefs and Steven Son resigned in the wake of that attack. Pittman will be eligible to apply for the job, but she has faced criticism from congressional leader Was for her role in the attacks. The capital, please union also voted overwhelmingly to show no confidence in her last month, the Capitol Police Board, which includes the House and Senate sergeant at Arms and the architect of the Capitol, will make it final decision in the coming months. Luke Luke w T o

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Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief

"The U. S. Capitol Police Department is starting a search for a permanent police chief. That's what a person familiar with the matter tells The Associated Press. Acting chief Yogi Ananda Pittman has come under fire from lawmakers for security failures that allowed a pro trump mob to storm the capital on January 6th. Search for a permanent leader of the force of 2300 officers and civilian employees will be nationwide. The person who spoke to the AP says Pittman can apply for the position, but she's not guaranteed it.

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House Cancels Thursday Session After Police Warn Of Possible Attack On Congress

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

House Cancels Thursday Session After Police Warn Of Possible Attack On Congress

"Capitol Police say they have uncovered intelligence of a possible plot by a militia group to breach the U. S capital today. CBS chief Justice and Homeland Security correspondent Jeff to Gaze reports, the House wrapped up its work for the week, given the threat of violence, the capital, locking down again ahead of more threats from domestic extremists, including many what act the building on January 6, this new bulletin obtained by CBS News. Warns of more violence with little or no warning. The threat is driven by a Cuban on conspiracy theory that former President Trump will be inaugurated tomorrow March forth, the acting chief of the U. S. Capitol, police said threats against lawmakers have almost doubled in the last year. We know that the threats are through the roof. The bulletin also mentions militia plans to take control of the U. S Capitol and remove

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FBI chief to face questions about extremism, Capitol riot

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 1 year ago

FBI chief to face questions about extremism, Capitol riot

"I'm Julie Walker the head of the FBI is set to testify today for the first time since the deadly January sixth right at the capitol and lawmakers are likely to press him on whether the bureau adequately communicated with other law enforcement agencies about the potential for violence that day questions about the FBI's preparations for what took place that day and investigations into it are expected to dominate Chris Wray's appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee he's also likely to be asked of the bureau is confronting the national security threat from white nationalists as domestic violence stream is the violence at the capitol made clear that the F. B. I. which revolutionized itself after the nine eleven attacks to deal with international terrorism is now scrambling to address homegrown violence last week the acting chief of the capitol police said in January fifth report from the FBI warning about concerning online posts made its way to police investigators and the department's intelligence unit but was never sent up the chain of command I'm Julie Walker

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Lawmakers angrily grill Capitol security officials over lack of leadership as mob stormed US Capitol in Washington, DC

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Lawmakers angrily grill Capitol security officials over lack of leadership as mob stormed US Capitol in Washington, DC

"Continues to probe last month's deadly riot at the Capitol lawmakers air, pushing the Capitol police as acting chief, why more was not done to stop that insurrection. Jurgen on the Pittman says officials knew armed extremists might attack Congress. But nothing indicated just how bad the attack would get. There was no such intelligence, saying Capitol Police did boost security. At a House hearing, Congressman Tim Ryan says it's clear. Pittman and others failed to understand all the signs pointing to a worst case attack. I feel like you didn't Didn't put it all together and synthesize it in a way go holy cows. I mean, something really bad can happen here, Pittman says. In hindsight, more should have been done chalking it up to lessons learned

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Capitol official says he never received National Guard request

All Things Considered

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Capitol official says he never received National Guard request

"The acting Capitol Police chief Yoga Nana Pent men told a House committee today. Her agency requested military aid six times in the first hour of the insurrection. NPR's Claudio Chrysalis reports, lawmakers are zeroing in on why it took so long for the National Guard to arrive, the acting chief said her agency head called top security officials a half dozen times for military aid to help fend off the rioters. There's evidence that some of those who stormed the capital were organized There's also evidence that a large number where everyday Americans who took on a mob mentality because they were angry and desperate. You've been on the pit, Mintz said. Former chief Stephen Son's phone records show he started by calling then House security chief Paul Irving before 1 P.m.. Irving did not request the guard until an hour later and told lawmakers he did not get sons. Early call. The guard did not arrive until hours later, clouding the Cetus. NPR NEWS

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"acting chief" Discussed on Tales of American History

Tales of American History

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"acting chief" Discussed on Tales of American History

"Then that's where the power can come from the government to enforce kind of their own version of list correct exactly and you know these soldiers coming into camp nelson to be recruited and trained who follows them their wives and of course and this is what sets up the problem that you talked about earlier and that is you've got all these dependence of the soldiers and what's the what's camp nelson going to do with them. They refer to him as refugees rights. And i think that was. Can you imagine being the you know the authorities in this idea of like no were enlisting your husband and can you imagine the husband saying well. My family gets to stay at this camp. Why go off and fight correct. Well we're not exactly sure about that right. Yeah yeah. I mean an and i love to hear you elaborate on this. The suffering of those wives and children. These are among those that the speed. Fry the commander of camp nelson moved out. That's right yes. And as i said it was a dependent on who the commander of the camp was right. Who had different ideas and dependent on what troops came into camp right. Because you can imagine there would be Women and children likes staying in some of the barracks if the army had moved on but there were so many units that came and went from the camp they were thrown out and eventually they were completely push tadic camp and so you're talking about people that are taking their first steps from enslavement. The idea of emancipation. They're coming into federal lines. They're you know they're exhausted. They're sick they're amount nourished or bundled together and exposed to disease. And then you're going to throw him out of camp in the middle of winter. Whoa what do you think's going to happen right there. Dime and it's going to be one the most tragic events i think of Of the civil war in many ways and because you're thinking about the men that joined the united states colored ships off the fight and their families are left behind and if their fem are treated like this you know what. What are the men at the front fighting for. Are they thinking. And so it's one of those that That said we're not going to shy away from it's going to be something that we will We'll talk about all different angles and get people to The public to know the story and no these narratives and hopefully we can You know learn something from it. That's that's our goal. you know. I- amy i talked about this a lot and that is the the concept of refugees because her book is about refugee camps There was no established system to take care of refugees. We've seen in in modern times. You can see on the television whenever there's a Fighting raging in iraq or wherever the hell in the world it is. You see refugee. He did by the hundreds of thousands. And can you imagine the number of refugees. The civil war caused the deeper union. Armies penetrated into tennessee alabama. Mississippi georgia They left streaming behind.

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"acting chief" Discussed on Tales of American History

Tales of American History

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"acting chief" Discussed on Tales of American History

"Federal officers after the issue of the emancipation proclamation and how there was mass. Resignation amongst members of the army of the cumberland Do you recall coming across a lot of those accounts. Oh oh yeah. Oh yeah you're you can even find it in the army of the potomac. Okay okay i can. I can remember reading a memoirs and diaries of officers in the twentieth massachusetts. Infantry that's the harvard. Harvard has that's right And and they were resigning. Their commissions when emancipation was issued. And you know what. I mean this is this is this is bizarre. Wouldn't they be the first ones in the ranks up there to to to eradicate slavery they come to the war. They claim because they wanted to preserve the union not to free the slaves and this is the twentieth massachusetts. So this is a civil war and it's true ascents Is everybody against everybody. In some way in some ways. If that's massachusetts imagine it in slave owning kentucky exactly. I'm glad you made that that that Comparison there right and while there's a A great story. One of the regiments raised at camp. Dick robinson was the first kentucky cavalry union command of course and it's It was Head of distinguished record during the war and its commander was frank. Wolford and frank was a really wild kind of character. It the photograph of making him. Look like he's just been on a six-day bender over the pages of wild looking man but he was he was an an incredibly effective cavalry. Commander regimental commander. He helped capture john hunt. Morgan not morgan himself but much of morgan's command and it up in ohio and but but frank Was as loyal as you get until lincoln issues. The emancipation and frank then is seeing here in lexington Giving a speech at a place called all melodia and hall which still stands down on main street l. Show it to you someday. Can't wait to see it And the speech is a diatribe against lincoln and the emancipation and of course he has a ready willing audience. Cheering him on. Even though you know half these people from this town were confederate. Half of them were not right. And as a result the lincoln administration hears about this and orders his arrest and so he's arrested and taken to nashville.

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"acting chief" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"acting chief" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Was used against Alex in the Valley in Russia, the 44 year old Navalny, Putin's most well known critic campaign to challenge him in the 2018 presidential election. Was barred from running. He's issued scores of reports over the years about corruption in Russia under Putin's regime After recuperating for months in Berlin after his August 20th poisoning. He returned to Russia on Sunday evening despite the warrant for his arrest. Capitol complex was briefly locked down on Monday due to what U. S Capitol police called an external security threat after a fire was reported several blocks away in a homeless encampment under a nearby bridge. Correspondent Bernie Bennett has this report. The lockdown went into effect as rehearsal for President elect Joe Biden's Wednesday inauguration was underway, forcing people to be evacuated from the capital's West front and back into the building out of an abundance of caution. Nearby. Reporters noted that smoke could be seen rising in the distance behind the Capitol. Law enforcement officials said that there was no threat to the public and the fire was not believed to be a threat to the inauguration. Local firefighters put out the blaze quickly. The evacuation of some participants and lockdown were ordered by the acting chief of Capitol police and what officials call an abundance of caution. Bernie Bennett reporting no stocks today because of the Martin Luther King holiday. More on these stories at town hall dot com. Patriots software dot com accounting in payroll. Keep your time and money. Quite careful here. Serial.

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"acting chief" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"acting chief" Discussed on WTOP

"It's 303 Monday January 11th 2021 26 degrees going up to 43. Good morning on Stephanie Games. Bryant the top local stories we're following this hour as we process what's happening at the cow. What happened at the capital Wednesday, government officials have deep concerns over the potential for Maura. Violent protests here in D C and around the country next Sunday. W T O P NATIONAL SECURITY correspondent J. J Green reports. The signs and chatter are plenty if you know Where to look. There are enough images and proof on social media urging people to bring their weapons to D, C and other cities on January 17th law enforcement sources tell w t O P. Some of the planners may have military and or law enforcement training and know how to build explosives and launch operations. The D C. Mayor is asking for an immediate boost in security in Washington to prepare for the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden in 10 days in the events of last week that this anarchy oration preparation has to be different than any other inauguration, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser tells CBS's face the nation She's requested the Homeland Security Department take additional steps to ensure a safe and secure presidential inauguration, including expanding the list. Buying that this national special security event is in place plus extending the perimeter of the DHS coverage area to include the U. S capitol. I'm gonna send a letter to the president of the United States, asking that he declare a pre emergence The Declaration for the District of Columbia that will allow for further federal coordination that small W T O P News the U. S. Capitol police have named Ananda Pittman, acting chief following Wednesday's riot captain Pittman replaces Steve Son, who announced he's stepping down after the felt failure of Capitol police to secure the building from the mob of President Trump's supporters. Pittman was B was has become the first woman and the first African American to lead the agency. Ah heavy show of force. That's what black lives matters. Protesters were met with last summer as they protected Washington as they protest ID in Washington following the death of George Floyd and arresting over 400 people, usually the throw to the ground slap on cuffs. Cart him off. Stephen to let is the pastor of Asbury Broadneck United Methodist Church in Annapolis, Maryland and author of the book Stop Falling for the Okey doke. How the Lie of Race continues to undermine our country, and we weren't in any of the pictures sitting behind the speaker's chair in the speaker's office urinating in the hall. Walking out with a podium on Lee 1/4 of the number of people arrested during the George Floyd protests have been arrested in connection with the capital riot. Last week storming of the U. S. Capitol evoked harsh memories for the former mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia. Mike Signal was mayor of Charlottesville in 2017, when violent protests broke out between white nationalists and counter protesters leading to the death of Heather. Higher Signal, says one similarity between the attack on the Capitol last week in the violence in Charlottesville. Is the presence of right wing paramilitary groups. They conduct themselves like militias, so they have training. They have weaponry. They have insignia. They dress like soldiers Signature author of Cry Havoc. Ah book on the Violence in Charlottesville because the riot at the Capitol is a direct line from the day of violence three years ago in Charlottesville. Dick Uliano. W T o P NEWS. It's 307. There.

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"acting chief" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Wait. Yes, Louisville an I heart radio station clock time. Will Clark news Radio 8 40 W. H. A s downtown Louisville is under a state of emergency. That has been issued by Elem Beady acting chief Rob Schroeder, who met with reporters in the last few minutes. This's no means intended to be a lock down of the downtown area. Public can still enter and exit the downtown area in the following ways. They can get into the downtown area by going to second and Jefferson. Roy Wilkins and Chestnut. Eighth and market and seventh and Broadway. They could also exit the downtown area by going to Roy Wilkins and Jefferson, second in Chestnut 30 market and fourth and Broadway. As for a decision timeline, Schroeder says he's in the same boat as the rest of us. There's a lot of indicated, you see, I mean, there's been rumors swirling around for quite a while that something's gonna happen. Just like the public were anticipating something happened and we felt the steps were necessary to help protect the public. The acting chief says Jefferson Square Park is still accessible via walking. There are barricades set up to keep people from driving cars into the park, citing other rallies in advance, where cars have been used as weapons against protesters. Again. We do not know when the Daniel camera decision will be announced. But as soon as we know we will bring you full coverage here on 8 40 W H. A s We're going ahead to Frankfurt now with Governor Andy Bashir. He updated a song Corona virus, Governor Beshear reported 406 new Corona virus cases in the state. Thankfully, today we only have one knew death to announce that is a 77 year old woman from Scott County. Let's remember, even though that's one of the lowest totals that we've had that her family is going to be missing. Her. Kentucky's Kobe related death toll is 1112 474. People remain hospitalized with the virus. The positivity rate is 3.77%. Paul Miles. News radio 8 40 Yes. We're back in Louisville. Now. That's where police say a triple homicide from over the weekend was not a hate crime. Three people were fatally shot on Friday at Bungalow Joe's Bar and Grill on Bulat Church Road. 33 year old Michael Ryan's Jr has been charged in connection to the shooting. Despite rumors circulating around social media, calling the shooting a hate crime. Al MPD homicide unit, Lieutenant Danie Burbank says it looks like this is a completely random Back. It doesn't It doesn't seem like there was any type of altercation prior to It seems like our victim shot without any type of provocation. Kaylie Hanson NewsRadio Wait. 40 GS White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows today, saying the administration is prepared to move as quickly as it needs to Keep page with whatever timetable Mitch McConnell comes up with two Phil Ruth Bader Ginsburg Supreme Court seat here's White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. Today. There has been a very quick timeline.

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"acting chief" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Road still blocked to through traffic between the Lewis and Clark parkway in Ellwood Dr because of the construction project there in Clark County our next report in ten minutes about your list newsradio eight forty WHAS WLKY meteorologist amount Milosevic with a quiet and more pleasant late week forecast today were mostly sunny less humid and cooler with a high of eighty three clear skies tonight lows down to sixty three we'll see plenty of sunshine tomorrow highs a little warmer eighty five as we head into the weekend we'll keep the nice weather eighty three on Saturday just seventy eight for Sunday that's your latest WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist Matt Milosevic for Kentucky and it's breaking news weather and traffic station news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville I heart radio station good morning at six o'clock I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS we're following a developing story at this hour at tenth and Muhammad Ali that's where LMPD is investigating a triple shooting we don't know the conditions of those involved only that it is a shooting investigation at this time that area is blocked off as investigators work the scene again that's tenth and I'll leave the near downtown area acting LMPD chief Robert Schroeder is taking action against one of the officers involved in the Brianna Taylor incident the woman whose death during a police drug raid led to protests in the city Paul miles has the latest acting chief Robert Schroeder has placed.

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"acting chief" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on AP News

"Second and William Shatner's been doing screenings of Star Trek too and then talks about his experiences as captain Kirk afterward as far as how he stays young eats well of the don't smoke don't drink down and and exercise and go biking well general KTLA he's eighty nine and that's our birthday round up for the month of March I'm Bob Kessler can have widespread concerns about the security and integrity of the twenty twenty elections according to a new survey A. P.'s above Thomas has a look at the results of the Associated Press and a R. C. center for public affairs research poll FBI director Christopher Wray recently told Congress that Russia is still engaged in information warfare heading into the twenty twenty election but law enforcement has not seen efforts to target infrastructure like voting machines still U. S. officials say one of Russia's goals is to sow doubt about the integrity of U. S. elections in the latest poll numbers suggest they may be having some success well a third of those surveyed said they have high confidence the twenty twenty presidential election will be counted accurately another third put their confidence and moderate while the rest said they had little confidence Ben Thomas Washington virus tests I'm typical wire with an AP news minute fourteen deaths thirteen in Washington state due to the corona virus outbreak forty six people on board a cruise ship off San Francisco been tested vice president Mike pence says twenty one tested positive bring the ship into a non commercial port all passengers and crew will be tested for the corona virus of those that need to be quarantined we'll be quarantine those that require additional medical attention will receive it Vermont senator Bernie Sanders tells a crowd in Detroit he and Joe Biden have a deal which everyone loses the nomination will back the winner he also says he's in a better position to be president trump the feed trough to the same old same old tired politics of yesteryear the Michigan primary is next Tuesday North Carolina congressman mark meadows will be president trump's fourth chief of staff trump announcing he will replace acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney I timid wire AP digital news back in a moment thank.

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"acting chief" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The president acting chief of staff I'm Pam who sell fox news there was no quid pro quo that's the assertion being made by Mick Mulvaney when it comes to military aid to Ukraine fox's colonel Scott has more lives of Pam on fox news Sunday Mulvaney reiterated why he said the aid was being withheld the first was what he called rampant corruption in Ukraine corruptions a big deal everybody knows at present was also concerned about whether or not other nations specifically European nations were helping with foreign aid to the Ukraine as well the accusation of delaying aid has come mostly from Democrats who say the president wanted an investigation of Joe Biden and his son well then he says the main reason there was no quid pro quo the aid flowed the confusion came after Mulvaney is White House briefing on Thursday after which a justice department official says he knew of no link between the aid and any investigation thanks going all both sides digging in over the most recent dustup between president trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi last week video that went viral showed the speaker pointing a finger at the president during an explosive meeting at the White House I've been in many of these meetings this is a pattern of the speaker when she doesn't want to come to a solution she really is unbecoming of a speaker throws a fit and then leaves the room that that's not a sign of a leader leader stays in the room and solves the problem house minority leader Kevin McCarthy on fox's Sunday morning futures pelo C. like in the president's behavior to a meltdown a developing story out of fort Stewart in Georgia fox news confirming three US soldiers were killed and three others were hurt during a training accident this morning involving a Bradley fighting vehicle the commanding general of the third infantry division says today is a heart breaking day we are extremely saddened.

"acting chief" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on KTOK

"By the president acting chief of staff I'm Pam who sell fox news there was no quid pro quo that's the assertion being made by Mick Mulvaney when it comes to military aid to Ukraine fox's colonel Scott has more lives and Pam on fox news Sunday Mulvaney reiterated why he said the aid was being withheld the first was what he called rampant corruption in Ukraine crops is a big deal everybody knows at present was also concerned about whether or not other nations specifically European nations were helping with foreign aid to the Ukraine as well the accusation of delaying aid has come mostly from Democrats who say the president wanted an investigation of Joe Biden and his son well then he says the main reason there was no quid pro quo the aid flowed the confusion came after Mulvaney is White House briefing on Thursday after which a justice department official says he knew of no link between the aid and any investigation thanks going all both sides digging in over the most recent dustup between president trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi last week video that went viral showed the speaker pointing a finger at the president during an explosive meeting at the White House I've been in many of these meetings this is a pattern of the speaker when she doesn't want to come to a solution she really is unbecoming of a speaker throws a fit and then leaves the room that that's not a sign of a leader leader stays and room and solves the problem house minority leader Kevin McCarthy on fox's Sunday morning futures pelo C. like in the president's behavior to a meltdown a developing story out of fort Stewart in Georgia fox news confirming three US soldiers were killed and three others were hurt during a training accident this morning involving a Bradley fighting vehicle the commanding general of the third infantry division says today is a heart breaking day we are extremely saddened.

"acting chief" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Isn't acting chief of the U. S. citizenship and immigration services Ken Cuccinelli says the question will find its way on the twenty twenty census I think the president has expressed determination he's noted that the Supreme Court didn't say this can't be asked they said that they didn't appreciate the process by which it came for the first time to the present is determined to fix that and to have it roll forward in the twenty twenty census now the president announcing also the justice department Frank Sunday they're not put a new legal team in place to have this citizenship question on the twenty twenty census James Burnham the current deputy Attorney General I will no longer be leading the DOJ's efforts on the census case the president likes results and numbers to Burnham wasn't able to get there well I think the president is right look that is the citizenship of question has been on the sensors for so many years of course it was abruptly stopped for and what the president wants to do is to once and for all of you get it back on the senses sight I don't quite that he doesn't quite understand that you know everything they ask all of another kind of questions you know you know might have the ability to of pieces of toast you eat in the morning or something like that something ridiculous they ask all these other different questions and one of the more important questions would be are you a US citizen so if you look at it doesn't just quote if there are illegals participating in the the sensors all they have to do is answer the question are you a US citizen and if they say no that means they're still counted as a number Hey it's not like there minutes it's not like cities are going to end up with less money from the federal government as their numbers are still going to be counted they will pick out of those U. S. citizens now that's if they participate this this is the democrats' argument a lot of illegals won't participate daily because old there's a fear of them being discovered found out with the repatriation sweeps and sold sold more than likely that's that's the Democrat and the reason why than they and their open border allies are on the a one this is a question left completely off the so that's that is a bogus argument because let's face it there are a lot of people who distrust the sensors to begin with and I'm talking about U. S. Anderson's they don't want to answer some questions that they think are just too personal and and these are US citizens so it there's always a little skepticism a little of fear or what have you that maybe the government is you know intruding too much so this argument about the well the illegals fear you know it's it's going to expose them well the problem that that the lesson most of them are probably known to be able to go to begin with so all all this is doing basically is counting them as a number like they would anybody else the fear the skepticism and what have you that's been rented for you for decades and this is no different well the forming acting I structure Tom home and I was on with Lou Dobbs last week and he said and I quote of course the Democrats don't want that question and of the senses because more illegal aliens in this country are more they are counted more electoral votes more power they get more seats in the house this is about power this is about elections this is about electoral votes because it's a it's a double fisted the finger one is remember they're trying to change the system I'm trying to dump the electoral college you go to the popular vote so this plays right in the hand of of the popular vote over the electoral college and changing all the state is called the national popular vote interstate compact that is the Democrat scheme.

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"acting chief" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Acting chief of staff at the present United States, the border, blast back in Mexico and test for a temp to stop the flood of illegals over thousand two days ago at our border Trump is slapping, Mexico with glinting tariffs. It could affect all of us, the most of all Mexico will it in fact, work, and joining us now is rather Rivera. Geraldo, you are not when you are not for these tariffs she told me this morning. But you understand the desperation. Well, I think there's this two issues there, but the tariffs aside, just for one second. The main issue is the border, the border is incorrect. It's now there's no doubt. John have a thousand people. Singing, my lawn guy entity. Single minute, put while we're. So my Puerto Rican brother, but doing the leap low in can I ask you? He's Spanish, he's Puerto Rican and Puerto Rican. No, he. The United States. That's all I need to know. You're listening to Puerto Ricans there. I think the what happened yesterday. The video of thousand people crossing it wasn't a thousand people crossing the border thousand people crossing the border in El Paso, you know, it was one little subsection. It had that extraordinary example of a border in crisis. There is no doubt, but that there is a crisis right now on the border. We have unparalleled penetration of the border by people without proper documentation. I'm extremely sympathetic to them. I know they want to get to the promised land. I'd have a better allies in the cells in their children, but they are doing it in a way that defies the rules. The regulations of the United States, something has to happen. Something has to be done. Mexico has to help us control the border people, transcending Mexico, but the Cherif are not about immigration. The tariffs are hurting people like the American consumers like the factories like the people. You know who build a automobiles, you know, the cross border trade with Mexico is the largest of any trading partner on earth, and at the secondary boycott hurting, people who aren't the target of, of because, and I think it's, it's not fair fighting. I'll give you a quick example, Bel Air hotel, my favorite hotel in LA. I've been saying that for over forty years, I'm on the third generation of the people who work at the hotel I was there when his grandfather, I had the same job that he does three generations it, you know. So Jay Leno and other Hollywood types, lit, a boycott of the bell here hotel, because the Sultan of Brunei is the owner of the Bel Air hotel, and he has sharia law, so to hurt the Sultan of Brunei they boycotted and organized the boycott of the Bel Air hotel, but who got hurt? It wasn't this settling burn, is, he's got a he's got more money than they could even count to be at an army of counter the people that got her. Hurt with those three generations of housekeepers and the restaurant people, the front desk, people, you know, the, the Bellman the dishwashers. And so, I know that boycott as I would have no, the boycott of Georgia because I don't think it's a fair fight, if you don't like what the state of Georgia's doing fight them, politically, I get your guy, he'll girl elected in the next election. You know, fight fair fight where the object of your scorn, and your math, maybe example. I just got an Email from a guy named rich. He wrote this. I don't see how tariffs on China. Mexico affect these countries. I own a small wind turbine company here in South Carolina. We sell them for building schools and communities. I have to pay these increased tariffs on my generators and some Electric's even steal these components are only available from China. I have to eat these tariffs pass monta my customers and Hewer abroad. I can pass onto contractors from eight months. I can pass onto contract from eight months ago. My only real competitor is China in building turbines. Now they have an advantage of us in Europe, forcing China to buy our goods is away, but the tariffs are paid from us as for Mexican companies buy goods from their import tariffs, would just raise the prices. I agree. You've got a you've got to bite fair. You know, I think that the notion of by any means necessary does not apply in this case, and that fellow that you just described is a perfect example of what I have in mind to use. Tom home in this morning. Linda show called FOX and friends of the president's doing the right thing. Once again, the president is showing leadership on this issue. He's you only person that showing leadership on this issue, and I think in these beyond the table Mexico's not doing the criminal hotels getting rich at group of one thousand that's not an accident. The cartels are pushing the large groups through the border in one area. Singing, move their drugs, and people that don't get caught like Mr. team members to an unguarded piece of the border, ISIS, getting to the point if they have to start releasing single adults because there's no more money, no more beds, when they start releasing single adults. We have lost the border. I think we've lost the border. There's all these accompanying of minor unaccompanied minors, we can't place. They're staying there. More than twenty days. Now. With the border patrols in violation. Now, people are going to start vilifying who don't have the sense that you have our, although they gonna start making the border patrol the, the enemy again. Like they say they put him in cages that that's the rhetoric. We're going gonna hear as early as maybe noon today as the Washington Post story gets around, but I want to get to another area in which you really passionate about. And that's what Robert Muller's nine minute remarks were, what did it do for this story? Robert Muller, I still believe is a good person. I don't believe that he has a secondary agenda. I think that he believes in his heart that what happened was, what was the right thing. However, when you put a, a real good investigator on the trail of exactly what it is. They did. And why they did it, I think it was way bigger than Muller. I think that what happened was the intelligence community of the United States was weaponized, who attack the candidate the winning candidate of the Republican nomination, Donald Trump, the president elect Donald Trump and the forty fifth president of the United States, Donald Trump, the intelligence community was so opposed to his election that they employed the apparatus of the state to do everything they could to pro. Nope. Six ways to Sunday, what the president and his colleagues connections to Russia, the offense that they spy and Honey traps, and wiretaps and surveillance that if anything was borderline legal. They, I think misrepresented reality to the FIS the courts, they, they impune, the integrity of the FIS, the court and the credibility of the Pfizer court going forward, I think, when the full story comes out of exactly what was done in an attempt to overthrow I to prevent him from taking office then to overthrow the president of the United States, the twenty fifth amendment or you know this, this territory intrusive. And I think extra judicial investigation of the president, when that store it won't be docking. The story seem petty the interfere with our elected so petty by comparison, what you had year, and I really believe that it's not overstating. I think you had an attempt to edit coup. I think the words may be to flamboyant to be used in this context, but I think upon examination, it really begs the question, so huge used Bob Barr. They keep on trying to say Bill bar. They keep on trying to say to him. Listen, you almost wanna take that back. What you said about spying and he says. No, I don't cut twelve. Have you seen whatever? That's what makes you think I need to take a look at this.

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"acting chief" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:04 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Just fast forest. Alexa, play twelve hundred w A on iheartradio. That sounds like a pretty good choice to me. Acting chief of staff of the White House. Mick Mulvaney, says that President Trump is willing to give Democrats a chance to stand up for a border wall. But he warns that Trump is going to get the wall one way or another. He said it's better to get it for legistlation. That's the right way to do it. But at the end of the day, the president's going to secure the border one way or another Mulvaney was on Fox News Sunday. He was adamant that this was going to happen. I know they don't want to pull the trigger on this on the national emergency. Folks. I know they don't wanna do it. And there's a political reason why once they pull the trigger on the national emergency. This thing is brought to a screeching halt. I mean, you're going to have the left run off the court. You're going to get a judge issue. A stay of execution stopping this thing and its tracks that will begin a court fight and a court battle. I suggested to him. I said, you know, what you guys do if you're going to do this. Have your own lawyer beat the left to court find a friendly circuit go in there and find a judge to pronounce it. Okay. Despite what the left does just be. I wanted to see what happens, but it's more than that the politics of this when he declares a national emergency. You know, what the news becomes then by by any discussion of the wall and border security, and the whole thing the media's focus the narrative every day is going to be on Trump, the dictator Trump, the totalitarian Trump acting outside the constitution and so forth. I and I know that the Trump when Mulvaney says they want to do this legislation. The reason for that is they want they'd love to find. The elusive bipartisan support for this. So that the nation could be seen expressing a unified opinion about it. Pelosi is never going to let that happen. Pelosi isn't going to let. The house. Anybody in the house have anything to do with Trump winning anything, pure and simple. So whatever tricks Mulvaney, and and the crowd have up their sleeve. It's it's going to have to be something oriented around a way of defeating Pelosi. We'll see what they've gotten. Meantime, back to the phones we have it's either Dell or I'm not sure if it thirteen years old, how do you pronounce your name? It's Dalia Dell. And you're you're from strong Ville, Ohio, right? Well, I'm I'm glad you called thirteen years old great to have you in the audience w thank you very much. Of course, I wanted to ask you if you think the government shutdown are necessary. Now, we had this debate. In the eighth grade. I think two weeks ago, and I was on the side that said it is necessary our side had three people, and it's a classic eighteen. So I was defending my point of view, and I think it's necessary because President Trump ran on border security became president on border security and. She's trying to build a wall. And that's how he was going to use the government shutdown to try to get a budget for the wall. And my classmates and didn't agree with me. But I ended up winning the debate from team. Well, what do you think? I I know you've got the the issue there. That that you like building the wall and Trump's support for. But what do you think? In general, and and did your class debate. Just the concept of the government shutting down for this for any other reason did your teacher lead a discussion about it in your group discussed that at all just in and of itself. The other side of the debate. That said it was unnecessary kept bringing up the fact that eighty thousand federal employees aren't getting their paychecks, and they never really debated. Why government shutdown in general in general are unnecessary? But I made the point that border security is essential for our country. And even though there are negatives that come out of that there's still one big positive that could possibly overshadow everything else. So you're on the side with three supporters Europe up against fifteen people who who opposed you, the reasoning is she about about the just the government shutdown in general because what I what I hear you saying is that you were basically were supportive of the shutdown as a tool to accomplish something you think is very important securing the border. But yet look at what you say your opponents. Oh, we can't shut down the go eight hundred thousand people without paychecks and so for so it was a to them it had nothing to do with your border issue. It had to do with the fact that people were suffering because they weren't being paid. And that's why the government needed to reopen. So I I as as long lifelong conservative, w I think that our people have become and it's been a slow process, but our people have become conditioned to think that life in America, isn't liveable or isn't normal unless the. Government is open and operating and running every day. And I think more people ought to realize that the less government. They would have to deal with the better off. Everybody would be and so a government shutdown to me is an opportunity to illustrate this and look at what happened we had a government shutdown and for the first three weeks. Everything was fine. And the media gotten gear and started focusing on the negatives which people react to and then what really caused the shutdown to end. What do you think? There's no wrong answer. Just as what do you think? Was the straw? That broke the camel's back here that forced the president to have to end it. You really complex answer any question because pushy. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. We're going around and they were saying oh God. Nancy? What is the reason that the government shutdown ended? She carried the entire Democratic Party. And it's not true. It was the president of deciding that they're going to have to talk about this. Whether it's running the country as the media saying, which it's not, but. President Trump was the bigger person and decide that until February fifteenth that they can't. Resolve their issues. Border wall. That look that points up something, you're right. The the Democrats as usual and get used to this gel, you as you continue to pay attention to the news as you can always the Democrats are totally blameless in this. And yet you can intellectually make the case that they're the ones that shut the government down because every one of these Democrats that wanted no part of a wall or even five billion dollars for a wall had as recently as six years ago in nine years ago authorized a wall and unauthorized ten times this amount of money to build the wall, Barack Obama Hillary Clinton Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi had all come out in favor of it. So Trump in this go round once five billion dollars to sign a continuing resolution to keep a four trillion dollar government up and running and the Democrats said no to five billion dollar rounding error in the budget. And they said no simply to prevent Trump having victory, even if they agree with him on the wall, even if they will do agree with him in part. On on border security. They're not going to let him have the win. They're looking at twenty twenty and defeating him, of course. And this is where politics rears its head. But the answer to the question. Maybe I should leave an open. So those of you on the phones could take a stab at answering at what was the straw. That broke the camel's back. That convinced the and I'm not talking about maybe he had some staffers in their ill advising him. I don't doubt that was going on FOX, look, let me mention this as a caveat. Adele. Yes. Thank you so much for the call. You keep doing what you are doing your awesome. There's no doubt in my mind that even within Trump's staff the White House, the west wing there are people advising him things against his will. I don't want to mention any names. But there's there's there are a lot of people who are looking at. How this affects them long after the Trump presidency. Their careers their social status, there's all kinds of. Interest in this beyond the issue. Got all kinds of people advising Trump who don't want to be part of any organization that down the government to build a wall because they don't want it under resume, for example. And the president has to resist some of this. And I'm sure some of this advice comes from people he trusts, but their hand to be that'd be something at one thing or two things that caused. The administration or the president to finally pull the plug on this and to order government open. So that people could get paid. I just wonder what you think is take a break be back and continue before you know, it courage.

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"acting chief" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on 790 KABC

"So you just can't. You know, you can't get an insider's view with any accuracy. Because I think it changes very quickly. Well, and again, this is I've been doing this job for a long time. I have never been in a position as I say often where I go to the bathroom and come back out again a minute and a half later, and I throw it everything I prepared because something new has happened that is huge. And that it completely trumps everything else. I've never seen this kind of churn. Have you know, I have not none of us have. And I think that's a lot of what the administration experiences throughout you know. His entire administration cabinet secretaries staffers, the west Wayne everybody, so how do you keep that cannot last forever? You it has to calm down. I I don't know that you could be at this kind of level of chaos continuously. And I know he likes it. And like seeing I mean, he said it I like watching who wins like pitting people against people to see who rises to the top. And he's had so many people come in and out of the administration, and so many disgruntled people and now like I said Jared, supposedly Nevada not happy with his new acting chief of staff, so you got a guy there whose an acting chief of staff who's not even acting as chief of staff. So who who is then if the acting chief of staff is not really doing that job who's reaching out to congress and trying to strike deals trying to tell them this is the policy does the direction we're going. Who's who does that? If the chief of staff doesn't have that capacity. I think I think they probably have that flow of communication certainly with the Senate. But I just have to believe given. Where we are today that there's just not a line to the house. Yeah. I would think not right. That's my that's my view. Yes. And so what's your biggest concern is having done this for a living and having been what's your biggest concern right now? Well, what I did for a living for many years was to elect bobsledders to win elections, not necessarily certainly was never in an administration. But so for me, it was all about fifty percent plus one election day, and how to get there. Look at this towards you know, the president's reelection. I still think he has an opportunity to be reelected. I think we generally do not historically throughout elected first term presidents or after the first term unless the economy's in absolute wreck. So far economy stays strong continues to grow if their jobs, and if people are feeling good about where they are financially. Economically has a very good opportunity to win reelection. And again, it depends on what happens with love the other moving parts of the Muller inclusion when it comes to conclusion you worked with Mitt Romney as a media consultant senior adviser, I was wondering a lot of people wondered why he took the shot that he did coming in because you usually do stuff for reason to elevate you to to to stake out your position does that you know, him. So do you have some insight into why did that because everybody says to me, I don't get that? He'd he also alienated a large group. Guys who could work with him. And there was no upside for him to do that. It was there. You must be pretty smart guy. He knows politics is the grew up with it. So what was the situation? Is a wonderful guys wonderful, man. But yeah, I was perplexed by it as well. I mean, it's it's kind of a necessary. In terms of defining being definer, but finding yourself. His image. He's got a hundred percent name recognition. His his image has been there's been burned in two particularly on the Republican side. You know, we know who Mitt Romney is there's no snow more definition that needs to be to be done. But when I thought about, you know, how they tell you when you go to jail pick the biggest guy and beat them up to show. You are it felt like he was coming in and saying here's who I am. I'm not going to be messed with, but it doesn't necessarily accomplish anything. Well, I'm personally not a big fan of folks on the same team that began to take shots at fellow team members. And and like, I said Senator Rami he's he's a wonderful, man. He's a great guy. And is everything you see his character and integrity is bumper approach. There's no question about it. But but I like to see us all kind of rolling in the center action. It'd be interesting to see how he I again. Thank you for the article the articles called how are Elliott Elliott USD strike negotiation going, we're in the dark collective bargaining needs some sunshine, you know, dealing with I grew up like I said my dad dealing with the unions, your that was a tough time. I could tell you stories they're grown up and going with my dad the work in watching union negotiations. Maybe it was better than watch those union negotiations, but it is pretty odd. Didn't markets where they where they have it. And you have you can see it that it works. So you can't say it doesn't work or any of the negatives that they're trying to say exist. No question. When coin was the what's the law two thousand twelve and there's local municipalities and in the in LA county had them implemented. They had the benefit of the sallies things worked and this transparency and to go shooting in opening up these proceedings for the general public was terrific. And when they shut that down when they on the unions rushed to Sacramento to get their friends up there to to shut it down. We went right back to you know, what we have today and what we're seeing today and UCLA's walkout, then we'll see it. When revolved will know when it's resolved and not until Bob Wicker's, Republican pollster and campaign strategist with the workers group in San Francisco, the Twitter's at Bob Lakers, and the website is Wickers group dot com. And thank you for taking time to come on the show, and I'm sure we will talk again and give mister Huckabee. Hello for me and tell them I still can get him to visit that base if he wants. He'd love that. There you go. Do. I look forward to contact on your show. Take care you gotta take care about talk radio. Seven ninety KABC. KABC dependable.

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"acting chief" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on Here & Now

"Now, the president partially quoted that statement on Twitter today leaving out the skepticism thereby whether it would work, but how seriously is the president looking at this option. Well, he has not just in that tweet. But also in in statements to reporters has has mentioned it usually by the time, it gets to the point of the president sort of teasing something, they're they're the wheels have been turning at least somewhat behind the scenes. We don't know whether it will happen there. There are a lot of disagreements among legal scholars about how this would go down. Whether he has fully has the authority, and whether it would create a crisis sort of a constitutional crisis or not I I spoke with Smith as well congressman Smith chairman Smith earlier today, and and he said that the way he feels you know, the president does have the legal authority. Sure, it will be challenged in court. But he feels like at this point. He needs to make a political case in a policy case that, you know, building a wall taking money from the military to build the wall would be bad, politics and bad policy will end the White House seems to be saying that they're making concessions to Democrats by saying, well, maybe not a wall, but offense, let's listen here to the acting chief of staff of the White House. Mick Mulvaney, who was on an NBC's meet the press with Chuck Todd and said that the president was willing to compromise here. Is he was willing to agree to take a concrete wall off the table? Because again, what's driving? This is the president's desire to change the conditions at the border, and if he has to give a concrete wall replace it with a steel fence in order to do that. So that Democrats can say see he's not building a wall anymore that should help us to be the president. No longer wants a wall that wants a fence the president is going to secure the border with a barrier timber. Does that make any difference to Democrats whether it's a wall or fence? Well, and and let's just be clear that this is not a massive concession. The president has been talking about a wall that you can see through which is oddly like definition Louis offense for more than a year. So so that that change here isn't really a change. They're just trying to make hay out of something. Democrats are not persuaded it their issue is with a physical barrier. They say it's not the most effective way to stop things. They say there isn't a crisis on the border except for the crisis. Of the these families seeking asylum, and they turn themselves in they're not trying to sneak in. So a wall wouldn't really help with that is what they're saying. I have to imagine that this is going to get a lot tougher later this week when the first pay period happens when people don't get their paychecks. And maybe a lot more people will start walking off the job. Yeah. And you know, very small sample size. But I've been hearing from my friends who work in the federal government. Asking me what's going to happen that they're very worried about getting their paychecks about not getting back pay for the time. They've been furloughed the the, you know, the concern is there. The morale problems are real. One more thing real quick Tam Justice Ruth, Bader Ginsburg today missed the oral arguments in the supreme court for the first time since she became a Justice in nineteen Ninety-three, she's recovering from cancer surgery. What more do we know that that is that is centrally what we know? And and it was the, you know, the the first time that she's missed arguments, which is a pretty remarkable thing. But you know, all reports were that that this was caught early the the cancer that is pure White House correspondent, Tim key. Thank you. You're welcome. Well, let's take a look at claims made on Fox News.

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"acting chief" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Click on big deals with Chuck Todd. Who's basically lost his mind? The acting chief of staff said the president would agree to a steel separation may allow Democrats to stick to their refusal to fund the wall, he said, quote, this should help us move in the right direction, unquote, Democrats will likely demand other concessions. I wouldn't mind having a complete flushing out of the immigration system. Getting rid of the of lottery getting rid of chain migration and doing it based upon the needs of this country and also having temporary workers visa. Many in Mexico and South America don't want to move here permanently. They wanna common they wanna go. They don't wanna work here. And then go back home. We ought to have a system that allows that to happen. And lastly, we got to have a system that the Democrats might like what are the so-called dreamers that came here illegally and are still illegal. If some deal does exist for the dreamers are giving a twenty year pats assistantship at the back of the line and given residency now in order to exchange to have a twenty five billion dollar expenditure for the wall in the southern border. I think many conservatives would agree to that. We've had six amnesties in the past. And at no point that funding come to stop you can't plug one hole in the dike. And then act as if the other ten holes don't exist. We got to stop the flow of legal. So you get control along the southern border and large chunks. The government's been shut down since December the twenty second about eight hundred government workers are either being furloughed or working without pay many are going to get all their money back anyway, and many were furloughed and they're on a paid vacation. That's not a big deal. But. When I had the big meeting of the talk radio kings about a week ago and south west Florida. There was a consensus that this this president would not collapse on the southern border. As so many other presidents have done as Mitt Romney, the ingrate would have done. He growled Mitt Romney grovel before Trump in New Jersey to try to get the position as secretary state and went to tell us and then in March or April of last year Mitt Romney got a hold of the president and urged him to call their Republicans about the primary Mitt Romney in Utah because he wasn't a real conservative, the president listen to mitt and he called two or three conservatives to make sure they wouldn't run against mitt and the primary then in October about three months ago when the polling indicated the race was tightening the Trumpster did radio and TV spots for Mitt Romney, he repaid that by stabbing him in the back on the pages of the Washington Post calling the president and everything but a white man. Having never disagreed with him politically on a substantive matter. He went after him personally on the pages of the Washington Post two days before he was sworn into the US Senate by the president of the Senate Mike Pence how disgusting Mitt Romney is a groveling ingrate. Let's continue with their causes. Go to Henry in Alabama Alabama tomorrow night plays Clemson for the national title roll tide. Henry welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Henry how are you? Roll.

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"acting chief" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"And what was interesting to me, and that long pool spray that we saw earlier today is that the president rejected his own offer that his own vice president his own acting chief of staff had made a Democrats pens, and Mick Mulvaney, had offered two point five billion dollar package to Democrats as show that we are willing to compromise with the president went out there again and says that's not enough. So it's another warning sign for congress. You know, you have to negotiate with the man himself and not his deputies. It's the second time. This has happened. Rick Santorum because the earlier a few weeks ago vice-president Pence told Republican senators just pass the clean Bill and we'll discuss the border wall later on bid that the Senate passed did. And the president pulled out the road from under him Donald Trump realizes that this is not an issue of substance. This is not an issue that Democrats. They can say it's a moral issue. They can say, you know, we we think that doesn't work and all of these things this is a purely political issue that the Democrats do not wanna give Donald Trump a win because they think they will be punished by their base, if they do so and Donald Trump recognizes that and so he's going to draw the line, and I think that that's not an unreasonable position. This is not about money five billion dollars in a four trillion dollar. It's nothing when it comes to money. This is a rounding error when it comes to money. It is a rounding error when it comes to policy. I mean, this is not a big, you know, something fundamentally different that we're already doing this is pure politics. And Donald Trump recognizes that and he's gonna play the card so Nancy Pelosi. The likely speaker says that she will introduce a clean avail have the one point three billion dollars in border security funding, not from the wall, but for other elements of border security, they'll send that to the Senate, and it will likely die right because Mitch McConnell has said he won't support anything or put anything for. That President Trump won't sign. So that's pretty bold and brave of him. Certainly, look, I think I agree that this is a very political issue. That's the core of what it is. But if you're Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, why are you going to get you have all the leverage at this point? In time. Nancy Pelosi is about to be elected speaker of the house tomorrow, she's not gonna fold now. And you have they have the majority of the public with them that does not think that President Trump should be shutting down the government over the wall. So there's not really incentive for them to give him the money that he wants at this point. And I certainly don't think coming out of this meeting that they will Jeremy I mean, so the president says he's not budging five point six billion. That's what he wants. And yet he also tweeted of Pelosi border security in the wall thing and shutdown is not wondering NC Pelosi wanted to start her tenure speaker. Let's make a deal. So I mean, he's trying to make deal at the same time. He saying he's not budging from five point six billion undercutting vice president Pence when he offers two point five billion, right? And with undercutting vice president Pence on that offer what we? We see there is what we've seen throughout Trump's presidency is what he likes to he likes to be unpredictable. He likes to maintain this kind of flexibility and uncertainty that that goes everywhere when he's dealing with China, for example, the Chinese have similar questions, you have different views within the administration on trade. The Chinese aren't quite sure what the Trump administration position is Democrats are perhaps feeling a little bit of the same kind of whiplash right now where they have one word coming from vice president Pence and the acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, and then another from the president himself will the president of mate Lee, be willing to fold to compromise in some way that is ultimately the question because I think it has said the Democrats feel like they have an extremely strong hands of play right now. It's a unifying issue for them as a party coming into this majority. And again what we saw today. Lamar Alexander Republican Senator he put forward three options that could move past this shutdown impasse..

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"acting chief" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"acting chief" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Government which may end up on the present government if including department homeland security, yes that will find the department of home. Land security, not the border wall. If the president gets on his desk or veto. It depends. What is it going to say? In other words, they're not even discussing it over the Christmas and New Year's breakdown of what could possibly being that package. If you got something. Already passed what he would. He would he veto it or not it depends within it. The Senate the president lakes. They're five point six billion. That was in the house package is incoming acting chief of staff has. Vice president has offered a less than that. As a as a compromise. We've heard nothing in return and negotiation by definition has to include both sides. He's in the he's in the White House. He's in Washington writing negotiate this is important border security and keeping the government open. But he could keep saying well while long as you want to be a four letter word, and we're not being honest about everything. President explicitly said in the Oval Office. It's the wall. And it's the reason why the tweet cherry picking you talked about border security just yesterday. He mentioned it to me yesterday in a phone call and here ready to make a deal negotiate on border security. He's ready. Negotiations. Democrats in the house unveiled to bills Monday to fund shuttered agencies and put hundreds of thousands of federal workers back on the job. They plan to pass them as soon as the new congress convenes Thursday, one of the first acts after Democrats took control Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell spokesperson said Senate Republicans would not take action on the house Bill without President Trump's backing the stock market ended a miserable year on a positive note. But still closed out twenty eighteen with its worst showing in a decade after setting a series of records through the late summer and early fall major indexes fell sharply after early October leaving them all in the red for the year on Monday. Yes, and P five-hundred ending the year down six point two percent. The Dow down five point six percent. But for the day, the s&p added twenty one it's settled the year at twenty five o six those gains were led by health and tech. Stocks. The Dow added to sixty five more than one percent. So it settles the year at twenty three thousand three twenty seven and the NASDAQ rose fifty to settle.

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