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Tax bombshell reveals Trump's image is a sham

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

04:17 min | 4 months ago

Tax bombshell reveals Trump's image is a sham

"In federal income tax is the year he ran for office and paid zero income taxes at all in many other years. Threatened to undercut his campaign. But the allegations go to the very heart of Mr Trump's appeal, especially among blue collar voters in states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin in Michigan, who propelled him to the presidency in 2016. Joining us now is a B C's, Adam, Kelsey and first off How did Mr Trump get away with not paying his taxes? Well, Jeff what it comes down to is ah lot of reductions in the amount of taxable income that President Trump has because he takes so many loans because of so many investments in companies that that Are not necessarily under his name. He can write off. Ah, lot of the income that ends up coming back into him. So what you've got here is 10 out of the past 15 years for which The New York Times had these tax records from 2017 going all the way back to 2000 to 10 of those 15 years, President Trump As you mentioned did not pay federal income taxes. There was ah, year or two in which he did pay tens of millions of dollars in taxes to the IRS actually returned that to trump upwards of $70 million in a refund that he claimed he was due again, based on some risky investments that he made the the IRS rules and regulations allow into claim those as Boston coming. Those were returned. So now that $70 million is the subject of an audit, there's a debate between the president. Oh, and his own federal government over how much you may have to pay back. But the bigger picture that you were mentioning is that this really strikes at the heart of what's so many Trump supporters liked about him that he was a successful businessman, a self proclaimed billionaire and looking through these financial records, it would. Actually it paints the picture of somebody who, instead of being worth billions of dollars could oh, upwards of billions of dollars to several different Ah, loners of money. You've got hundreds of millions of dollars and Loans for buildings that President Trump owns in New York City and across the country that are going to be coming due in the next couple of years. It's raising some questions today about whether or not it's such a good idea to have a president United States it would be on the hook for such a big deal coming up. Is anything in the president's tax is illegal. What did we find any legal wrongdoing? There was all hit all his deductions and everything he did above board. Ah, lot of it is above board. And that's that's one of the major criticism that's being levied today Is that the same Ah senators, congressmen who are criticizing President Trump for pains so little were in some ways the architects of the affluent tax loopholes that he and his accounts were able to take. But there are some questions about some of the moves. He's made one in particular, that's been getting a lot of traction and social media for the past 24 hours. His payments that President Trump me do his daughter Ivanka. She's obviously an employee of the Trump administration. She was receiving a regular salary, but in addition was receiving money for consulting work that President Trump then turned around and tried to take off his taxes basically as a refund, So there's some questions there. About whether you know that this double dipping is potentially fraudulent, and whether either Ivanka Trump shouldn't have been receiving those consulting fees or of President Trump shouldn't have been writing those off tax. How is the president defended his actions. All the kneejerk reaction yesterday was that this was fake news to which critics of the president said. Well, if this isn't true, if these aren't your tax returns, all you need to do is turn over your realtor tax returns and proved that the New York Times is wrong on this. Obviously, the president hasn't done this and then The resulting hours we've seen, you know a lot of deflection. We've seen the president and his Children going on television and talking instead about Joe Biden and his son, Hunter and Hunter Biden dealings with With Russia and with businesses in the Ukraine so instead of kind of head on addressing these issues, trying to distract the media if you will to talk about different matters instead. But I wouldn't anticipate that with the first presidential debate coming up about 24 hours from now, Tuesday evening, we're certainly gonna cure President Trump have to answer for this situation. All right. That's a B, C's and Kelsey. Thank you so much for joining us. Come on

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04:57 min | 5 months ago

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"Texas or Louisiana Coast. Galveston Mayor Craig Brown is urging residents to take steps now to protect their families and homes. While the weather is still good emergency shelters are reduced capacity. So social distancing. Khun B followed Washington State getting Mohr company and its lawsuit against the feds over Postal service cots today. New York, Hawaii and Jersey filing suit toehold disruptions ahead of November's presidential election. Controversy swirls around Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who is set to address the Republican National Convention from Jerusalem. Adam Kelsey is covering this story for ABC News and spoke with comas Jeff Pooja Democrats in particular, but probably not exclusively. Not so happy about this. Why is that Democrats feeling as this is an improper use of Mike Pompeo time while he's in the midst of a trip for a trip to the Middle East? Ah, and also potentially a violation of the Hatch Act, which prohibits executive branch employees from involving themselves in any political activity. President Trump vice president Pence are obviously excluded from that law. But Mike Pompeo, a basically would need to take off his secretary of state and make it abundantly clear that he is acting as a private citizen if he chooses to engage in any political activities. Democrats are basically saying that that's impossible while he's in Israel, and he's going to be delivering The speech tonight, a pre taped address, But he's going to be doing so from Jerusalem, and Democrats are saying it's impossible for him to be off the clock while he's in the middle of this trip. Now, Pompeo has said that again. He's doing this as a private citizen that the Trump campaign is paying for all the logistics surrounding the speech, you know, not the rest of the trip throughout the Middle East, but they are in charge of everything that's going on tonight and then it's no different. And you know any other member of the government taking part in this convention, but Basically this is an unprecedented move by sitting Secretary of State Department, of course, also has always throughout history tried to basically make itself non political pride, trying to present a united front to the rest of the world rather than getting involved in this presidential election on DH, tipping their hand at some level of bias here, so it'll be interesting to see what is included in popular remarks. But in the meantime Democrats pursuing an investigation now into what went into the planning of this speech. What is Pompeo himself for the Trump Administration for that matter, or the Trump campaign, said about this criticism? Well, Republicans hold kind of shrugging their shoulders at this and arguing that this isn't a big deal that Pompeo by the end of the day. When you're getting ready to take this speeches is off the clock, and he can do whatever he wants, just like any other private citizen. But at the same time, Republicans went after Democrats in the past for what they were labeling Hatch Act violations as well. One of the most notable ones was beyond Castro, who At one point last year was in the running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Back when he was secretary of Housing and Gruban Development, hey was accused by Republicans of talking up Hillary Clinton's campaign back in 2016 while he was in the midst of housing and urban development business. So these these accusations go back and forth every four years or so that members of the executive branch not be waiting. It's politics, but Have I mentioned before? The State Department, in particular, has always tried to show I away from this. Pompeo actually sent a memo out two State department employees a few months ago, reminding them not to get involved in any political activities. Ah, lot of Democrats now labeling him a hypocrite because he is going to be doing this. That's ABC is Adam Kelsey, and that's comas. Jeff Pooja. New York state making history dedicating a park to an LGBTQ you activists a veces lion O Moyez has Maurine this report from Marsha P. Johnson State Park in Brooklyn. New York, is now the first state park in the nation to honor an LGBTQ person. The East River State Park was dedicated Monday, toe honor the civil rights activists on what would have been her 75th birthday. Johnson was an outspoken advocate for transgender women of color and founded a group to help transgender homeless youth before Death. She's credited with leading the Stonewall uprising in 1969 that led to the modern day LGBTQ movement. The state plans to install public art celebrating her life and legacy. Lionel MOVIES. ABC News Another airline planning to make some big cuts. American Airlines says it's still struggling with the sharp downturn and travel because of the pandemic, and it will furlough or lay off 19,000 employees in October, flight attendants will bear the brunt of the cuts 8100 losing their job. Cops. These latest cuts are in addition to the more than 23,000 employees who accepted buyouts retired early or took long term leaves of absence. US. AIR Travel is down 70% from this time last year, and airlines say they need fewer workers Area Aldinger ABC News That brings us to our money Update this half hour and the coma. Propel insurance money check with Jim Jessica. Next finish for stocks Today. Blue chips ended in the red, but both the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite.

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01:55 min | 5 months ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on KOMO

"Trump's attacks by didn't promised no new taxes on the middle class. So no new taxes $400,000 down. No need for Biden, who has come under attack for his age, also shot down any suggestion that he limit himself to just one term. You're leaving open the possibility you'll serve eight years now. Looking ahead. Biden and Harris both They are already preparing for their debates. Biden, saying he could hardly wait to take on Trump That's a bee sees Mary Bruce commemorations of the 1/100 anniversary of women being granted the right to vote Continue with first lady Melania Trump celebrating outside the White House. ABC is Adam Kelsey has more. The first lady honored the women's suffrage centennial by unveiling an art exhibit featuring works by Children from across the country. Your artistic creativity. Attention to detail. And talent. Each piece of artwork embraces the spirit of this milestone event in our nation's history. Trump went on to call the adoption of the 19th amendment, which took place 100 years ago Wednesday, a quote turning point in the history of women's rights in the United States, and an example for the rest of the world. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Come on. It's time to 20 times for your propel insurance money Update. Here's Jim Tesco. The stock market opened the new week with solid games with the Dow Jones industrials Rally. Nearly 380 points in both the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite notching fresh closing eyes Thie SNP Gain 34, The tech heavy NASDAQ Rose 67. Shares of cruise operators and airlines rally the maid reports of declining Corona virus cases and the news that the Trump Administration A proven emergency treatment for the virus. Carnival jumped 10%. Norwegian Cruise leaves 7.5%, while American Airlines, Delta and United Hall rose at least nine and a quarter percent. That's your money now. Coming up an emergency approval by the FDA of a treatment for the Corona virus. But does it work? That's after this information is.

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Postmaster General Louis DeJoy testifies before House committee

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy testifies before House committee

"Is is back back on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill for for another another round round of of questions. questions. House House Oversight Oversight Committee Committee chair chair Carolyn Carolyn Maloney Maloney let let off off Monday's Monday's hearing hearing by by referencing referencing an an internal internal Postal Postal Service Service document document detail detail ing the anticipated effects of reform efforts. According to this document. These delays are not just a dip, this document warns the postmaster general of significant and widespread drops across the board. Detroit continues to claim that the reforms are intended to address financial shortfalls and resulting slowdowns are unrelated to the election. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Checking your money

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WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Effect until 7 a.m. this morning. The police have not released any new information this morning. We know the Department of Justice is investigating this case, and we're told the agency hopes to have a report to prosecutors within the next 30 days. Officers involved in the shooting have since been put on administrative leave. The State Department of Justice is the organization leading That investigation. The Republican National Convention is kicking off today in Charlotte, North Carolina. You're familiar voice to Wisconsinites gone. Things started earlier this morning. That being former governor Scott Walker, Mr Chairman, It is my honor to nominate our friend. Michael R. Pence to serve as the Republican Party's 2020 candidate for vice president of these United States of America. The event will be held partially in Charlotte. So much like the DNC last week, it will mainly be done online. President Trump is said to accept the party's nomination from the White House on Thursday. Vice President Mike Pence, will be scheduled to return to Wisconsin, where he'll be delivering the commencement address Saturday. Wisconsin Lutheran College College in Franklin announced the vice president's plans last week. The White House confirmed his visit today. Pence was just in Wisconsin last week for a stop that coincided with the DNC. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy's back on Capitol Hill today for another round of questions regarding reforms at the Postal Service Republican on the House Oversight Committee began the day by slamming Democrats for passing $25 billion in postal service funding over the weekend. Congressman James Comber Democrats fabricated a baseless conspiracy theory about the Postal Service and hastily passed a bill Saturday. But before hearing from you, Mr Joy Democrats presented documents Monday detail ing widespread postal slowdowns as a result. Of reforms but to join Republicans continue to argue that those reforms are unrelated to the election. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Sports.

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Progress report out on Operation Legend federal crime fighting initiative in Chicago and other cities shows 61 arrests here

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Progress report out on Operation Legend federal crime fighting initiative in Chicago and other cities shows 61 arrests here

"General William Barr, praising the results so far of Operation legend cracking down on violent crime in certain areas. Opponents say they're very concerned about the surgeon Law enforcement Attorney General Board took a political shot as he reported that the federal initiative that deploys law enforcement officers to cities to combat violent crime has made nearly 1500 arrests, including 200 people charged with federal crimes. Rather than demonizing and defunding. Our police were supporting and strengthening our law enforcement partners at the state local level over 1000 federal agents have been sent to nine different cities, including Baltimore, Chicago Detroit in Philadelphia as part of the initiative. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington

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U.S. Postal Service pauses controversial changes ahead of election

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Postal Service pauses controversial changes ahead of election

"Democrats are not giving their stamp of approval to the Postal Service even after several reforms were pushed back to after Election Day. Correspondent Adam Kelsey has the story. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she spoke with Postmaster General Lewis to joy Wednesday morning and told him that his announcement to suspend reforms that the Postal Service was quote not a solution and misleading. In a statement, Pelosi said to Joy admitted that he has no intention of replacing sorting machines and mailboxes that have been removed. And alleged the Postal Service has no plan for re instituting worker over time to address mail delivery slowdowns. Democrats continue to draw connections between postal service changes and President Trump's opposition to expanding vote by mail efforts. All the joy scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill on Friday at a Senate committee and on Monday before a House

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First night of Democratic National Convention focuses on unity and pandemic toll

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

05:14 min | 5 months ago

First night of Democratic National Convention focuses on unity and pandemic toll

"Night of the Democratic National Convention, 10 10 wins. Newsman Al Jones is live at the 10 10 wins convention desk out tidy two hours, speakers, memorials and slick production. This first virtual national convention had only a few hiccups and Ended strong former first lady Michelle Obama talking about the complexities of being president. You simply cannot fake your way through this job. As I've said before. Being president doesn't change who you are. Oil. A presidential election can reveal who we are to essentially the former first lady telling America they gotta do over this November Earlier, it was New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on covert 19 tearing into the federal government's continued response to the pandemic. So today, six months after it began, the nation is still unprepared. Americans learned the critical lesson. How vulnerable we are when we're divided. And how many lives can be lost when our government is incompetent? Let's bring in New York State Democratic Party chair J. Jacob's. Well, It wasn't exactly the tale of two cities, but pretty solid us from Cuomo. What did you think? Now. The night has also been about covert 19 fractured politics, racial injustice, Vic giving their testimonials, including George Floyd's brother, Terrence, who called on Americans to remember and mourn all those who have died at the hands of police for the names we do not know. The faces. We'll never see Dove who can't mourn Because their murders didn't go viral. The first of 4/9 comes to an end and just eight hours of total convention in this time of Cove in 19 ABC is Adam Kelsey now joins US Live. Adam Democrats have to be pleased at how this first night unfolded. Okay, I hear you, but I'm here. Okay, Adam, if you could, uh, what do you think about the first night? Democrats have to be pleased with what they saw and heard. Well, really impressive the way that they covered quite a bit of ground everything from racial justice to the economy. We heard a little bit about healthcare from Bernie Sanders. Just a few minutes ago, Andre had the inclusion of of those former Republicans speaking about the way in which they've been disappointed by Donald Trump by his actions, by the way that the country is in a state of disunity and why they're defecting to Democrats. Of course, a lot to talk about the current virus pandemic is well strong remarks from Andrew Cuomo, who Stickley compared the federal government to the virus and says in not so many words, that the federal government is sick right now, and it cannot be cured unless there is new leadership. And then, of course, the star of the show, the former first lady Michelle Obama, wrapping up her remarks just a second ago. Always, you know, one of the most beloved political figures in this country and and and setting the stakes for this election, rather clearly saying that the United States can either take a step back towards decent. See under a Joe Biden presidency. Or they can have four more years of turmoil. A message when delivered by Michelle Obama is really going to hit home, I think with lots of voters Yeah, You know, One thing we're not hearing is a lot of Trump bashing. Now there seems to be an obvious set to go. I, as Michelle Overland said made a lot different than, say, Philadelphia. Do you think maybe there was a lesson learned that that didn't work? We gotta kind of method out without just constantly meant mentioning the president. Yeah, well, I certainly think a big part of that is not trying to demonize former Trump voters who may be thinking about voting for Joe Biden. I think the last thing they want to do is make you know, potentially hundreds of thousands. Americans in swing states like Michigan and Wisconsin and Ohio feel bad about themselves feel bad about taking a chance on President Trump four years ago because those airboats that they're going to desperately need come November, so there certainly was criticism of the president, but many speakers did not mention him by name. The former Republican governor of Ohio. John Kasich, who was a big speaker tonight made on Ly passing reference to the president while talking about kind of the situation overall in Washington, D C and why he's supporting Joe Biden. And I think that was really important for Democrats as well because as much as they might want to focus and talk about President Trump, There are a lot of Democrats who voted for other candidates in the presidential primary. Who still maybe warming to Joe Biden and so a sales pitch on their behalf. You know, particularly from somebody like Bernie Sanders to sell to the progress Sieves that are out there that why Joe Biden is the right candidate for them. I would say that that's just as important as continuing to hammer home that President Trump, you know, has thes fault that they want Teo Teo replacing and to do a better job with

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Biden and Harris call for 3-month nationwide mask mandate

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

Biden and Harris call for 3-month nationwide mask mandate

"Has yet to take. ABC Adam Kelsey explains. Joe Biden drew a direct contrast with President Trump Thursday, calling for a universal rule on the wearing of protective face coverings. This is not about Democrat Republican or independent. It's about saving America's lives. So let's institute mask mandate nationwide started immediately. After months of resistance. Trump has personally began to wear a face mask during some public

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Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate, adding former rival to ticket

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate, adding former rival to ticket

"I'm not going in depth. The pick is in California Senator Kamala Harris is Joe Biden's pick for a running mate. The presumptive Democratic nominee for president made the announcement This afternoon. I spoke with ABC is Adam Kelsey. For an in depth look. At the Biden Harris 2020 ticket Well, Senator Kamala Harris is the pick a formal rival of Biden's on the presidential campaign trail. But somebody who ended her own presidential running back in December before the first nominating process, I would say that Harris was considered the front runner for this position all along, You know she was out in Iowa and New Hampshire, South Carolina. Some of those early presidential nominating states proved herself to be a relatively good campaigner, and somebody had some pretty good presidential debate performances last You're, too that also bolstered her

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10 10 WINS

03:35 min | 5 months ago

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"By 18778 abused where you abuse the law office of Phillips in appellate, Shelly is ready. The whole childhood sexual predators accountable. The clergy School Districts Hospital speak to a lawyer at Philip's an appellate Shelly now call 18778 abused. That's 18778 abused. I'm Greg Rice on 10 10 wins. 84 days before America goes to the polls, and the decision has been made on who will join former Vice President Joe Biden on the Democratic ticket for president and it's California Senator Kamala Harris, and with that, folks, as they say, they are off and running. Let's get the very latest now from ABC is Adam Kelsey. Joining us live with the very latest, Adam Was this a surprise to anybody considering the senator's background or long pedigree and the fact that she's worked With Biden son Beau in the past. Well, I would say that Joe Biden certainly took his time did his due diligence and deciding who was going to be on the ticket with him in November, But Kamala Harris is somebody who was a front runner all along. One of the key issues that was working in Harris's his favor is the fact that she ran a relatively successful presidential campaign last year. You may remember some of her strong debate performances, including going after Joe Biden's record on race relations and on busing early last summer. She faded a little bit into the winter dropping out in December. But this is somebody who the Biden campaign is not. Going to have to coach up between now and November. She is ready to run in a presidential campaign. And, of course it's a historic choice. By Joe Biden Here. The first black woman the first person of Asian descent on a major party's presidential ticket. She's gonna have to answer some questions about her history as a district attorney in San Francisco as theater knee general in California, especially given how much criminal justice is at the top of everyone's mind in the wake of George Floyd's death earlier this summer, But Kamala Harris as I mentioned an experienced campaigner and somebody who's going to be ready to hit Ground running. Adam Let me ask you. Is there any reaction that you've seen or heard there in those parts? Ah, mostly positive reaction from the Democratic Party so far from every wing of the party, Bernie Sanders out with a statement congratulating Kamala Harris some of the other finalists to be Joe Biden's running mate like Susan Rice and Val Demings, sending their well wishes to Harris's well on even Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton. Obviously no strangers to the Democratic Party presidential ticket, wishing her well but backlash, of course on the Republican side. With members of President Trump's campaign, putting out a statement a short while ago saying that Harris eyes a far left progressive. She is trying to drag Joe Biden to the left to that wing to that Bernie Sanders wing of the party. Obviously, they're gearing up to attack her when Vice President Mike Pence states are on in a debate later this fall, and Adam, you know everybody's waiting to hear that first Street or to see that first week from President Trump, right? Yeah, We're still waiting on it. At this point. He has not signed in a personally but we're expecting for him to certainly comment on this pic. He had some words for Kamala Harris last year. Obviously, no fans of the Democrats as a whole, but we won't expect Donald Trump back Adam Kelsey live force, and I appreciate you, sir. Thanks for having me. Thank you again. As Adam mention, Miss Harris becomes the first African American woman to ever appear on a major party ticket in an email to his supporters by and calling her the best person. To take on President Trump and vice President Pence. She's in a first term, of course as senator after previously serving as California's attorney general. Of course, we will be hearing Mohr State with 10 10 wins for the very latest on that news today regarding Joe Biden's Sick of Kamala Harris as his running mate. Well, the frustration continues here. Meantime, over the power outages in the tri state. This marks one week that folks have been sitting in the dark with no A C No fridge..

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McConnell and Pelosi expect a coronavirus relief deal — but huge differences remain

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

McConnell and Pelosi expect a coronavirus relief deal — but huge differences remain

"Over the net. It's Corona virus Relief Bill ABC is Adam Kelsey, with the latest House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, making the case Thursday for Democrats demands for a comprehensive and Mohr expensive relief package. This's a big challenge, and it will only get worse if we do not make the necessary investment pay now or pay later, much more. Federal unemployment benefits continue to be one of the top sticking points for negotiators. Democrats refusing to budge on that extra $600 while Republican seeker reduction that Incentivizes returns to work. Adam Kelsey. ABC NEWS Washington Speaker. Pelosi did say that some progress was being made on some of the issues today, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says they will not break for their August recess. If a deal is not yet in place, And that is new, and you heard it here

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NewsRadio KFBK

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Penalties for individuals will range from 105 $100 for not wearing facemasks in public. A Senate still stalled on the new Corona virus relief packages today, pointing fingers and offering conflicting perspectives. Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer is dead, set on the $600 unemployment number kept millions out of poverty. That's the it's probably the number one reason people have stayed out of poverty. GOP Senator Rick Scott problem we have is the Democrats don't want to do a deal. They could. We could have done an extension last week of employment. Schumer blocked it. We could have way. Agreed we had a proposal to pay 2/3 unemployment threw the in the year shimmer blocked it so they don't I don't want to do a deal. Adam Kelsey, Our ABC news correspondent in Washington, breaks it down for US Senate and negotiators in the lighthouse continue to be stalled. I would say that the wheels are not moving at this point. It's seven straight day, the Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin, and White House chief of Staff Mark Meadows heading up to Capitol Hill to meet with Democratic leaders. And what continues to be at the center of this impasse is the negotiation over those expanded unemployment benefits that expired last week. Unemployed Americans nearly 30 million of receiving an extra six Dollars per week from the government that money ran out at the end of July. And Democrats want to keep that going. Pandemic continues all the way until January. But on the Republican side they want to reduce that amount down $200. They continue to argue that in some cases unemployed Americans are making more money out of work than they were. If they returned back to the job. They see that Americans need incentive to get backto work, you dick economy back building, so we heard a few compromise proposals from Republicans. A couple of days. But as I mentioned Democrats really not budging on that $600 number, I said, we believe in the $600. I'm not negotiating in front of you. They want to keep this thing going until January, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi saying just yesterday that she is not very hopeful that a deal is going to get done by the end of the week. So this is something that might drag on melons. August So Adam. I've heard some people say, well, the Democrats what 600 Republicans want 200. Can they meet in the middle of for 100 you would certainly think it's that easy, You know, meet in the middle. You know, both sides have their points the Democrats saying as well. That $600 could be a boost to the economy could little extra spending money for the folks who were out of work. But what it comes down to me, this is a supplement that the federal government is providing on top of state unemployment, a cz well and state unemployment pay outs are different State by state you've got Like California, where you guys are. That's a little bit more generous with unemployment payments. You got other states in the Midwest and the South that provide monies are depending on where you live, you might be in a better or more dire situations of the Democratic argument is, you know, while we could put those two numbers in half and provide for $100.400 dollars, because little way or a long way, depending on Where these unemployed workers lived. So ah lot more complicated negotiations going on behind the scenes as opposed to just kind of split that number. Yeah, OK. Well, Adam Kelsey, their ABC news correspondent in Washington. Thank you for the update. Of course. Thank you. Yes. And we will, of course, continue to update you on that story. And when we've course have some kind of plan. That is a great upon we will let you know. Do you hear about this story? Writing s O s in giant letters on a beach works. Apparently three men from Micronesia were rescued by the U. S Coast guard after being missing since Friday. They've been sailing among the thousands are excuse me hundreds of islands of Micronesia and ran out of fuel. So they ended up on an uninhabited island. Sounds like a TV show. But they were rescued after searches saw their giant s O s in the sand. Cue the police play, that's um 6 20 now, at the end of the band,.

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Herman Cain, US ex-presidential candidate, dies after contracting Covid

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00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Herman Cain, US ex-presidential candidate, dies after contracting Covid

"A story that's developed within the last half an hour. Herman Cain, the businessman. Turned presidential candidate has died after contracting Corona virus earlier this month, his website and Twitter account confirming the death. He was 74. ABC is Adam Kelsey Has Mohr Herman Cain parlayed a successful business career in his leadership of the Godfather's pizza chain into a tea party back to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012. He was briefly considered among the front runners, performing well in straw polls and garnering attention for his 999 flat tax plan, But he dropped out in late 2011 amid declining numbers still popular in conservative circles. Kane attended President Trump's tolls. The campaign rally in June but was hospitalized with covert 19 less than two weeks later. In a statement posted to his Twitter account at the time, said there was no way of knowing where he contracted the virus. Adam Kelsey, ABC NEWS Washington

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02:11 min | 6 months ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on KOMO

"FM, Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up, We're going to get the late owes. Latest on Jeff Bezos is testimony in front of Congress. That's on the way. But first here's ABC from ABC News. Michelle Franzen, Titans of the tech industry. Testifying today at the House Judiciaries antitrust subcommittee hearing questions for the heads of Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook have ranged from those about their work in China. Your engagement in China was very limited. But yet Google has an Aye aye. China Center toe. Whether the companies are stifling competition based soy instagram is a threat. And so rather than compete with it, Facebookpoint Democrats have focused in on these companies controlling marketplaces and using that to benefit themselves, while Republicans have questioned their loyalty to the United States and accused them of silence and conservative voices, something that platform's deny. Mark Malard ABC News Congressman Louis Gohmert is now isolating after testing positive for Corona virus. Gomer, who has been seen at the Capitol complex in recent months, not wearing a mask was tested because he was scheduled to travel with President Trump to a Texas fundraiser Wednesday, according to sources familiar with his plans. In a video shared to Twitter Wednesday afternoon, Gohmert confirmed his diagnosis and pushed back against reports that he does not regularly wear a face mask. Look, I wanna mask Maur the last week or two Than I have in the whole last four months, and I was wearing my mask at the judiciary hearing. Despite his claim, Dormer was seen interacting with Attorney General William Bharat that hearing while neither were wearing face coverings. ABC is Adam Kelsey, the president in Texas today trying to shore up support. Recent polling in this reliably Republican state has shown a remarkably close race between President Trump and his Democratic rival. Some polls showing Joe Biden with a lead Today. The president hopes to blunt some of that momentum heading to the oil patch of West Texas to tour an oil rig, meet with supporters and attend a fundraiser. The Trump campaign intends to leave Texas this evening carrying an additional $7 million. Jim really in ABC News, Dallas and stocks ending on a higher note. Today you're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay.

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Senate defies Trump by overwhelmingly backing removal of Confederate names from military bases

Jeff Katz

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Senate defies Trump by overwhelmingly backing removal of Confederate names from military bases

"Over U. S military installations named for Confederate officials Continue today with the Senate vote on a big defense. Bill Moore from ABC is Adam Kelsey. The Senate passed a $740 billion defense bill Thursday, which includes an amendment requiring the renaming of all US military bases currently honoring Confederate soldiers. Though the bill could set up a potential standoff with President Trump, who has threatened to veto legislation that includes such name changes, it may not land on his desk into the fall and potentially after November's presidential election. Eventually signed, the Pentagon would have three years to change the names of Fort Svenning brag and Hood, among others. Five

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Washington DC - House Votes To Remove Bust Of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney From U.S. Capital

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Washington DC - House Votes To Remove Bust Of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney From U.S. Capital

"At the Capitol Here's ABC is Adam Kelsey. US House voted Wednesday to remove from the capital a bust of former Supreme Court chief justice Roger Taney. Bill directs that the effigy of Taney who authored the 18 57 Dredd Scott opinion declaring African Americans could not be US citizens be replaced with one of Thurgood Marshall, the first black Supreme Court Justice California congresswoman Karen Bass As a black lawmaker, the presence of these statues represented acceptance of white supremacy and racism. Something that we're fighting day in and day out to dismantle. Adam Kelsey ABC

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GOP Lawmaker Apologizes for "Abrupt Manner" of Exchange With AOC

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

GOP Lawmaker Apologizes for "Abrupt Manner" of Exchange With AOC

"Kulpa from the Republican who confronted AOC on the steps of the U. S. Capitol. Here's correspondent Adam Kelsey, Florida Congressman Ted Yoho took to the House floor Wednesday to address a report he confronted and made a derogatory comment about Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez arise to apologize for the abrupt manner of the conversation I had with my colleague from New York. It is true that we disagree on policies and visions for America. But that does not mean we should be disrespectful. Yo Ho denied, however, that he said the expletives that it was reported he used in reference to Ocasio Cortez. The congresswoman said Tuesday that prior to the incident, the pair had never interacted well. She claims that he dropped the F bomb when he called her the B word.

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Florida Rep. Ted Yoho Accused Of Accosting Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez On Steps Of US Capitol

Tony and Dwight

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Florida Rep. Ted Yoho Accused Of Accosting Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez On Steps Of US Capitol

"We're going to Capitol Hill now. That's where Washington Democrats seized on a report that a Republican representative accosted one of their members. Kali on Congressman Ted Yoho to apologize. Florida congressman Ted Yoho took to the House floor Wednesday to address a report he confronted and made a derogatory comment about Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez arise to apologize for the abrupt manner of the conversation I had with my colleague from New York. It is true that we disagree on policies and visions for America. But that does not mean we should be disrespectful. Yo Ho denied, however, that he said the expletives that it was reported he used in reference to Ocasio Cortez. The congresswoman said Tuesday that prior to the incident, the pair had never interacted. Adam Kelsey. ABC NEWS Washington

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Congress appears to be the target of a 'concerted foreign interference campaign,' top Dems say

Michael Brown

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Congress appears to be the target of a 'concerted foreign interference campaign,' top Dems say

"Election. Some congressional Democrats are raising concerns about potential foreign interference. In a letter to the FBI Monday, several Democratic leaders including Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, request that the bureau provide a counterintelligence briefing on foreign efforts to interfere in the 2020 elections. In the letter, the Democrats right that they are quote gravely concerned that Congress appears to be the target of a concerted foreign interference campaign, which seeks to launder an amplified Information. The letter asked that FBI director Christopher Wray organized the briefing before Congress goes on recess in two weeks. Adam Kelsey ABC

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Justice Department officials say decisions are politicized

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:56 min | 7 months ago

Justice Department officials say decisions are politicized

"To justice department whistle blowers speaking in front of the house Judiciary Committee today outlining a series of allegations regarding what they see as political meddling in department affairs under president trump and Attorney General William Barr judiciary chair Jerry Nadler told those assembled it seems clear that bill bars actions are politically motivated and improper the Attorney General had simply missed judged the situation and thought that Mr Birmingham would go quietly then we might truck up this episode to simple miscommunication and incompetence but make no mistake this was not an isolated incident joining us on the komo news line is A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey Adam let's go into what Nadler is talking about Nadler and his fellow Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee essentially accusing the Attorney General William Barr politicized apartment justice serving as something of a cheerleader attacked Dr president trump and we heard from a number of witnesses including a former deputy Attorney General under Republican president George H. W. bush said bar refusing political cronies to reverse decisions involving trump associates and the called party completed the race in his lifetime to the rule of law and we also heard some really interesting testimony from a career prosecutor in the justice department who worked on the project stones he testified that pressure from senior department officials including the Attorney General led to more lenient sentencing and anybody else would be getting solely because Roger stone was an associate of president trump that the timing of this testimony was really interesting because it comes just hours after another trump associate general Michael when he found his atheist met after ruling by and you'll score basically coming after the justice department lobbied on his behalf so we're hearing in testimony on Capitol here and we're seeing it play out in real time to dissociate the president trump being treated special are being treated differently than any other average member of the country and the president had this to say today about what he thinks about Michael Flynn saying he thinks Michael Flynn was treated horribly by a group of very bad people expired on a campaign and they should never spy on a campaign to put it mildly never happened before in the history of our country will ease basically pointing the finger back at the Obama administration saying that while he was running for president president trump was running for president back in twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen he's saying that the Obama administration's justice department was illegally looking into what was going on in his campaign and basically comes down to accusations of partisanship and politicization on both sides of the aisle I think that the Democrats really going after the justice department which has been traditionally so independent from what's happening in the White House willing to at times look into and investigate the goings on of his own party at the White House and saying that William Barkat if he's doing is constitutionally required duty just acting on the president's behalf and present health kind of playing the what about game as he looks back a few years and says he with the Obama administration's justice department I was playing politics not his own is this all coming about because of tourney General William Barr removing the district attorney Geoffrey Berman ends yeah I mean it it certainly doesn't help William Barr's case and you know although president trump has the right to dismissed any of these US attorneys at anytime you like he was the optics of the situation William Barr announcing late on a Friday night that Berman with stepping down Berman later saying I never resign showing up for work the next day on a Saturday morning and then it having to be trump who steps in to actually fire him over the weekend it seems like the trump administration there never really crossing the line when it comes to their actions always seems like there's an administrative staff but they're going about it in the wrong way in a potentially illegal waste inspired by the Supreme Court on other issues being flagged on Capitol Hill today it seems like it the governing party administrative aspect of the action that president trump and his administration you get

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Biden leads Trump by 11 points in new national poll as approval of coronavirus response ticks down

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Biden leads Trump by 11 points in new national poll as approval of coronavirus response ticks down

"For fifty election day still over five months away but a new poll shows some of the strongest numbers yet for presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden more from correspondent Adam Kelsey Joe Biden received fifty percent support compared to thirty nine percent for president trump in Quinnipiac university's latest national survey one of the largest pulling leads for the former vice president in recent months registered voters responded that they believe Biden would better handled both the coronavirus response and health care that they view the former vice president as more honest than trump the pair finished neck and neck though and how they'd handle the economy

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The Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments by Phone

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

The Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments by Phone

"Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering and working after being treated at the hospital for an infection related to a gall bladder condition Ginsburg participated in a case before the Supreme Court Wednesday from her hospital room insuring that women receive full and equal health coverage including status active that we feel that this policy entirely through the wind for the first time in its history the court began hearing cases remotely this week allowing the justices to teleconference from home amid the corona virus pandemic A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey

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"adam kelsey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:15 min | 9 months ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Factory wearing safety glasses but not wearing a mask himself he praised the workers for the millions of masks they're pumping out a part of this incredible industrial mobilization the biggest since World War two hard to believe for an invisible enemy as the president spoke on the factory floor those around them including Arizona governor Doug Ducey wore masks the White House saying the president was told by Honeywell he didn't need to wear one well the Senate's banking session with no immediate plans to vote on another stimulus package Senate Republicans blocked a democratic proposal Tuesday that would have mandated it daily disclosures of how money is being distributed by corona virus relief accounts including the government small business loan program Florida senator Marco Rubio spearheading the paycheck protection program effort for Republicans argued the disclosures would divert attention away from the program's priorities I don't want to sing have to pull people off getting people money to fill out this information Adam Kelsey Washington wins news time of four twenty six Bloomberg money watch on tents and went for many of us working from home is a fact of life and it may be for a while in a move that could set a standard for the financial industry Capital One plans to keep most of its employees working at home through at least Labor Day Microsoft is going even further business insider reports the company's told workers they can stay home through October are we finally seeing the beginning of the end of the coronavirus lockdowns investors hope so and it's one of the reasons stocks have been moving higher recently but turning the economy back on will likely prove more difficult than turning it off according to Steve she ever own it federated global investors when you're close down you have no expenses and you've got all the government support you need but what kind of support is going to be available when companies re opened but can operate at full capacity hopes for an easing of lockdown restrictions help to push wall street's main averages modestly higher in Tuesday's trading Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour I'm Larry Kaski for ten ten wins S. and P. futures up sixteen points Dow futures up one hundred seventy seven this morning wins news time is four twenty seven for all our sakes.

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Supreme Court holds historic oral arguments in teleconference

Jeff Katz

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Supreme Court holds historic oral arguments in teleconference

"After two months of postponements forced by corona viruses Supreme Court again heard oral arguments today albeit in a groundbreaking setting A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey has more history at the U. S. Supreme Court Monday today as the nation's preeminent judicial body heard oral arguments via teleconference and allowed the public to listen in your argument this morning in case in nineteen forty six limited by the Kobe nineteen pandemic the court is planning here ten cases remotely over the next two weeks but with several justices at increased risk due to their age it could be months before the court returns in

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"adam kelsey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on KOMO

"Adam Kelsey is covering the campaign trail and joins us this afternoon from Iowa good afternoon Adam I get afternoon Geller entrapment Booker has been down in the polls but still had some good name recognition nationally at least why does he drop out well it down in the poll that you mentioned but also lacking support with donors he stated in in that video that you guys played in in in an email to supporters this morning that you did not have the money to expand his campaign in the final few weeks before the Iowa caucuses the first voting state in the way that he wanted to win and with Booker you know as you mentioned good name recognition somebody we thought was going to be a contender certainly for a number of months throughout twenty twenty but just never caught fire hit a strong campaign infrastructure a lot of staffers in some of these early voting states he delivered a number of pretty good debate performances in twenty nineteen but you know which one thing leads to another kind of a chicken or the egg scenario he was unable to rise in the polls meaning he missed out on the presidential debate back in December he gonna miss out obviously on the one that you can place your I. what tomorrow because you're not on TV in your not being seen at those debates you're not able to bring in the money you need expand your campaign and ultimately that's what he did his downfall watch I wonder who's going to be next now because when you think about Booker he ended up as kind of a second tier candidate compared to Sanders Warren vitamin but a judge right in there are a few other names that are still in this race I that are gonna miss out on tomorrow night to be here and I would think about Colorado senator Michael Bennet ID entrepreneur Intergang who surprised a lot of people by making December's debate representative told the gathered is somebody who's kind of being in the low single digits for much of the year also not qualifying for this debate so we're not quite sure yet you know who the next to leave this race will be but we are you know feeling more confident in who the front runners are present in judge Joe Biden senators Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren informers out then mayor people digits consistently the top four at the top of the pole to out a number of these early states of those can be the fourteen keep an eye on in the last few weeks recently Bernie Sanders has been doing very well in the polls the debates as you've been talking about is tomorrow for democratic candidates from what you're seeing on the ground in Iowa is there a clear target or theme that you would expect to see tomorrow well it's going to be really fascinating to keep an eye on Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren once again they've had this kind of de facto nonaggression pact going throughout much of twenty nineteen certainly both of them liberal senators hi the EDT progressive wing of the Democratic Party and they've come to each other's defense more than made attack each other but now that we're coming into the final weeks and that a blue top to name some recent poll that we've seen in Iowa gonna be time for them to start differentiating themselves from one another and something that we could hear them talk about a different funding plans are for standard signature Medicare for all plan that would be something to keep an eye on during tomorrow's debate A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey with us on come on news from Iowa Adam thank you thank your enemy come on his time twelve nineteen interesting scenario on jeopardy last night the game show stirring up controversy when a contestant gave an answer word that identify Jesus's place of birth as Bethlehem Palestine here's John Kline the incident took place in the opening round of jeopardy on Friday when Katie needle was given the clue built in the three hundred CD the church of the nativity under the category where is that church needle went with Palestine but was told it was wrong one of the other contestants buzzed in with the reply Israel which host Alex Trebek accepted as correct the church of nativity declared a world heritage site is located in Bethlehem in the west bank which is internationally recognized as part of Palestine in the end it needle won the game and has made a total of fifty three thousand six hundred two dollars so far that's John Kline twelve twenty insurance business update from Jim just go two days before negotiators from the US and China are to sign the phase one trade deal comes word that the treasury department will drop its designation of China as a currency manipulator that's according to the Wall Street journal citing a senior U. S. official US lawmakers economists and industry representatives have long expressed concern that China under values its currency to make its exports more competitive GM is bringing back its polarizing the Hummer brand but in a different form the Hummer will be reinvented has an electric truck and GM will promote with the Superbowl ad starring lebron James will certainly be a change of tactics for the brand formerly seen as a symbol of heavy gasoline consumption GM halted sales of the Hummer back in two thousand ten after gasoline prices soared and sales started falling that's your money now on Wall Street right now it's a positive Dave narrowly but Hey you know it's something the Dow up by forty six points the S. and P. five hundred up by eighteen points a bigger gain for the nasdaq up by close to one percent up seventy seven points your next money update at twelve fifty a traffic update is.

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"adam kelsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The body mass. by the. around him his paying for his. even as. police since young gun used here gas and rubber rounds against protesters who threw gasoline bombs tore them and said fires transitive Ortiz of closed off the two intermediate stations on the airport express train to trying to guard against a possible disruption of service to the transportation hub the protesters are making several demands including fully democratic elections in the semi autonomous Chinese city. several candidates seeking the democratic party's twenty twenty presidential nomination attend a fundraiser in des Moines Iowa this weekend ABC's Adam Kelsey reports from the campaign trail Vermont senator Bernie Sanders one of seventeen presidential hopefuls at a Democratic Party event in Iowa Saturday use the occasion to take a shot at how some of his rivals are choosing to fundraise continuing to be dependent upon the wealthy and the powerful for campaign contributions it's not the way followers willing mostly on grassroots support centers became the fields first candidate Thursday to Ernie contribution from one million unique donors Adam Kelsey ABC news des Moines Iowa meanwhile former VP and current twenty twenty democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden he spoke to reporters at a campaign event in des Moines he said a lot more bite into the Pacific clear dress recent reports that president trump may have to Ukrainian president to further investigate Biden son hunter he said the president deserves to be investigated this.

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"adam kelsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Lexington for murder victim. Police say the husband of Shangcai killed her two weeks ago, they were divorcing President Trump still has a terror threat over Mexico despite the announced immigration and trade deal. Here's CBS's Tom Foty in theory today showdown over immigration and trade with Mexico is now off. But President Trump does leave open the option of imposing tariffs. At some point if things do not go as expects on immigration acting homeland security secretary, Kevin McLean. They're gonna be further actions further dialogue with mice going immigration on how to manage asylum flow in the region, which is small percentage of the total close by law. Large economic migration that we need to stop with enforcement, we need to be able to repatriate people successfully. He was on Fox News Sunday. Tom Foty, CBS news. Washington National polls have Joe Biden still leading the large pack of Democrats running for president in Iowa appall puts a former vice president firmly in the lead at twenty four percent. Followed by senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, Iowa Democrats say they want a candidate who can be Donald Trump, rather than someone who shares their political views, nineteen of the democratic candidates for president were in Iowa over the weekend. ABC's Adam Kelsey says all of them are working hard to stand out in the crowded field. The gloves came off in the democratic presidential campaign Sunday with several lower polling candidates, including John Hickenlooper in Michael Bennett. Taking aim at one of the racist front runners, Bernie Sanders. I'm not sure what he's accomplished in his traffic. I disagree with what he what he said today. You know what we need is Medicare for all. All nineteen presidential candidates attended the democratic party's hall of fame celebration. The group will have another chance to take each other on later this month at the first debates in Miami. Adam Kelsey, ABC news, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Seven forty seven. Now American Airlines is grounding.

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"adam kelsey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen. The death toll in New Zealand from the mass shooting has risen fifty people. Now confirmed dead prime minister just into our Dern updating the public on earlier reports that other suspects may have been involved in the attacks at the two moss. Police have confirmed that there is no indication that to other people arrested on Friday. We connected with the attacks. The main suspect in custody is an Australian citizen identified as Brenton Tarrant police say he is an avowed white supremacist ABC's. We'll car is on scene with the latest. Investigators are combing this area. They were going inch by inch searching underneath cars and ingress looking for shell casings. Also, we're learning that is believed that the gunmen targeted New Zealand because it's one of the safest countries in the world. And if you could pull it off here, it could pull it off anywhere. Vice president Joe Biden chalked it up to a slip of the tongue objects suggesting he's leaning toward running for the White House again ABC's Adam Kelsey was. Delaware any potential campaign preview? Former vice president Joe Biden's fiercest critiques of President Trump Saturday night came in reference to Trump's comments in the aftermath of the violence that mardi white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in two thousand seventeen he said, we were and I quote, some very good people on both sides, very fine. People on both sides Biden has yet to officially entered the presidential race, but those close to him, including Delaware. Senator Chris coons say he is all but certain to join the crowded field. Adam Kelsey ABC news, Dover, Delaware, flooding in large parts of eastern, Nebraska and western Iowa in the past few days, washing out roads, sand prompting rescues rescue services, including airboats from different facilities that have boats so kinds of boats, the national guard and patrol are using a large tired vehicles. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying, I quit?.

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"adam kelsey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Oh, eight out of Friday at news ninety six point five WDBO will get another check on the mad rush home and the weekend forecast. First we want to welcome in Adam Kelsey, he is at the conservative political action conference happening now in Maryland, Adam great to speak with you. Thanks for joining Orlando's evening news. I don't know why maybe because the president was just in Vietnam with the North Korean nuclear summit. But it seems like we haven't had as much lead up to the CPAC this year as we have in the past couple of years. But if you go back even further than that. I mean, this event has really evolved into like must be Republican event. Right. Yeah. The one what they call. It is just gathering of American conservatives in the country. And like you mentioned I think it under the radar not just because of President Trump's summit. North Korean leaders on this week? But also because of the testimony of his former attorney Michael Cohen kind of distracted attention away from what was going on here in Maryland. But what was going on here is that the president's base is really focused on getting him reelected in twenty twenty in talking to people here. You would never know that there are these kind of controversy swirling around him. They pushed aside. The Muller report is if it's nothing they pushed aside the Coen testimony from earlier this week calling him a liar. They're focused on the economy, which continued to say is grooming on unemployment at record lows and Mike Pence was here today as well really having a focus on southern border security. He's maintaining that they're going to get that wall at all costs in not issuing a threat, but challenging other Republicans on Capitol Hill to make sure that President Trump's emergency declaration season place, and they have the funding for that wall. There's always a lot of passion at this event. And I specifically remember last year. Year. I mean, very passionate gathering there. But is there more so now because of the Michael Cohen thing people are really really passionate about what's happening with President Trump will it. Permanent home supporters are are somewhat defensive, you know. Somebody underdog despite his wealth and his team but somebody who entered the presidential race back in two thousand fifteen as an outsider. This was a convention of outsider screwing longtime people who couldn't get a seat at the table. Now that he's an office that passion is manifesting itself. Innate defense of his legacy on preemptively, basically saying that's the reason why the economy still good. He's been the reason why the military has been so successful against ISIS, and then pushing back against this idea that Democrats have made inroads certainly over the past year. Democrats are successful during the term elections. Already looking ahead to twenty twenty. But when you talk to here at the convention don't push back, and they'll say to the Republican party that President Trump the White House the administration as long as you're certainly passionate on that. And I believe the president will be speaking there tomorrow that obviously the highlight of the weekend. Adam Kelsey for us at the CPAC convention in Maryland. Adam thank you very much. Thanks,.

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"adam kelsey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"adam kelsey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thirty nine right now at seven hundred. Brian calms stuck his head? The the said that. Trump just endorsed Nancy Pelosi. House. And. Every guest here in just a couple of minutes. As ABC correspondent at Kelsey stands by political correspondent for him out of Washington here momentarily, so we had to bail and Patrice Akhara make room for him. And I guess still waiting for the race in Georgia the governor's race where Stacey Abrams has yet to concede. Not sure how close that is. But. All right. We have Adam Kelsey standing by. We do on phone or is Dan phone. It is. All right. Adam Kelsey, good to talk to you. How you doing, sir? Doing. Well. How are you? Thank you. All right. You probably have seen this on Twitter that the president has now endorsed Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the house. Yeah. It's interesting to see him, basically lent. His endorsement to somebody who is so despised by Republicans. But that's obviously the reason I he wants to put Nancy Pelosi in charge because she is a villain. She's somebody that he can play off of when he's running for election in twenty twenty. You see it in an ad across the country are Republicans basically warning their constituents that you don't want San Francisco liberal in the mold of Nancy Pelosi, representing your district. So maybe not surprising to see the president trying to use her as the villain once again. It's just interesting that first thing in the morning. I won't say popped into his head. It might have been part of the plan all along who knows? Now, we had Democrats in battleground states members of the Senate here anybody who opposed the confirmation of judge cavenaugh has lost their race to what degree do we think? That's the reason they were in tight races to begin with correct? Yeah. We're we're trying to feel that out over the course of the last couple of weeks and Senator how do you hike camp? In North Dakota was the first person that we saw today hit in the polls because of her vote on the bread Cavanaugh hearings. But to see it play out in Missouri. Claire mccaskill was actually pulling pretty well in recent days in Indiana. Joe Donnelly, another sitting member of the Senate again was pulling pretty well in recent days, obviously shows you what an impact it had. And then on the flip side Senator Joe Manchin in West Virginia who voted for the confirmation break avenue. He ends up getting reelected one of the most red states in the country. Generally, speaking, all across the country things kind of played out the way, the polls suggested I mean the tight races with a tight races. Whether that's governorships in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina. I guess some of these are still up in the air. Stacey Abrams has yet to concede there. So the tight races where the tight races. But generally, the polls much more accurate than they were two years ago. Yeah, we we. I would agree that that we were somewhat on track. This year some of the pickups like I mentioned before Missouri. Indiana flight surprises, given what we've seen in recent days. But it looks like the house of representatives is gonna come in and of right where we expected ABC news partner five thirty eight dot com. I had had edited around thirty five thirty six seats. We're at twenty eight right now still a few outstanding in California should come in. I write about their. So I haven't seen much as far as west coast numbers are concerned other any surprises anywhere. Any one thing? You could point to and say, well that wasn't entirely expected. I won't point to the west coast, but I will point to Oklahoma congressional district flipped. It went to the democrat in that race. We had one hundred and eight congressional races that we were watching last night you Oklahoma fifth. Congressional district wasn't even on the list. And that was the one we were scrambling for last night trying to learn a little bit more about the candidates, and again, Oklahoma state, usually think of as a very red state elected a Republican governor last night, but Democrats day one seat there is there a good sized city in that district. Yeah. We're we're talking center of the state not so far from Oklahoma City. That's a that's a city with some changing demographics where we're seeing more young people more diverse population. So in that sense, maybe not so surprising. But like I said we had one hundred and eight different districts across the country that we thought would be more competitive than that one that one really sneaked up on us. So as looking ahead in this case to Washington and the president and to what degree he might work to get along. Well with a democratic house mean the Pelosi thing obviously is is a ploy. I'm waiting to see what her response to that would be, but the degree to which you think the president would reach out to Democrats what we see Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer on the Senate side make some visits to the White House in the past couple of years. They've had some conversations with the president and we've had a few moments in which it seemed like President Trump was willing to reach across the aisle only to be rebuffed by his own party as far as immigration health care. The economy goes. Some VAT disagreements there, but I think the one issue that they may be able to work on together is infrastructure, and that's something that President Donald Trump campaigned on in two thousand sixteen he hasn't been able to get anything I substantially Pat in the interim, I Democrats want to fix the same highways wanna fix the same airports that he does. I so it'd be interesting to see if they can do some negotiating there and Pat an infrastructure Bill, and then to what degree will they held him for investigations. I mean, you have people out there who will omit constituents who will one impeachment which isn't going to happen. But as far as. Full speed ahead with investigations investigating the Russian connection, which likely isn't they're going after his taxes. How far do you think they can or should push it? Yeah. Well, we're going to see in two specific committees. I think some form of action house intelligence committee likely to be chaired by California Democrat, Adam Schiff. I'm sure there's documents that they want to subpoena. I'm sure there's people that they wanna talk to you that they haven't been able to over the course of the Russian investigation. That's to keep an eye on. We've already heard from congressman Elijah Cummings. He's likely to be the chairman of the house oversight committee. He's going to be the one who maybe wants to take a look at the president's taxes and see if there's any funny business going on there. All right. Listen, I appreciate your time. Adam Adam Kelsey, and we'll talk again down the road some point see now, eight forty five right now at seven hundred w w story away from politics that hasn't gotten that much attention. We come back to Halloween, and there was at one story because each Halloween you have these concerns about you know, whatever somebody puts poison in your kids candy, and there was one story in Halloween. About a kid who supposedly got meth poisoning from someone's whose house he went to. And when I first heard it, the BSN kind of went up as a, you know, I think that's got something to do with dad. There's only one case out there any cables ever poisoned supposedly by Halloween candy, and it was a father who poisoned his own son number the the candy pixie sticks straw at the top of its full of sugar. The dad put whatever killed the son like cyanide or something in the in the pixie stick. Well, this one it turns out it was the data. Again, it was in in Ohio. Braille and car well was the five year old tested positive for meth after trick or treating police have arrested his dad Twenty-four-year-old father cambric car Carwell charged him with possession of math and evidence tampering. Police said, well, we're not dif- definitively saying have little boy ingested the methamphetamine. We're extremely confident. He did not ingest any candy from trick or treat. That was tainted earlier that was the case turns out, his parents are both recovering drug. Addicts railings mother said I'm not covering up the truth. The case was suspicious from the start. They said the boy had barely eaten any of his candy only chomped down on some toy vampire teeth when he started shaking and lost control of his limbs. His parents that he was having a seizure took him to the hospital. They didn't know he had ingested any methamphetamine apparently at that point. According to the mom said the left side of his face. It just got droopy then he fell couldn't move his arm. Didn't know where he was didn't know what he was doing dodgers performed the drug test and found the meth in his system at that point. So the boy now's doing fine. He's home. He's back at school not showing any ill-effects long-term, but dad's gonna be off to prison at some point. On the public doesn't have to worry about tainted. Halloween, candy, again, it had nothing to do with that. They say it's safe for kids to dress up go out and grab some sweets. It's going to be fine. So that was your first instinct is well. Congratulations to you. We were right? It's eight forty eight. Checking traffic, let's go Jason Earhart round the UCLA traffic.

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"Thirty three partly cloudy, Saturday thirty three Sunday, partly to mostly cloudy, high of forty Waukesha, thirty two Milwaukee thirty four WTMJ. Midterms. Come and go for the most part if a recount here and there, but the nation has voted joining us live is ABC news political correspondent, Adam Kelsey WTMJ. Good morning, Adam. Hey, good morning. Thanks for having me. So what do we read is the outcome of what most everyone was taking last night as a referendum on President Donald Trump? Well, I would say that things between the house and the Senate went a bit as expected, obviously a decent night from Republicans in the Senate able to extend that majority by a couple of seats Democrats right now picks up picked up twenty eight seats in the house, and we're expecting that to increase by a few as well. But I think maybe the most interesting thing was how large the turnout was one hundred and thirteen million people voted in this midterm election. And that's nearly fifty percent of the voting eligible population. We've never even had a midterm election before over one hundred million people. So I think that goes to show you whether it's in support of President Trump in opposition to President Trump. People across this country feel very passionate about voting, and it showed the numbers last night. Adam how important it was the women's vote in this election? I think it was key particularly for Democrats in house races. And some of these suburban districts that went for Hillary Clinton back in two thousand sixteen or twenty five of those districts that went for Hillary Clinton while reelecting Republican members of congress right now Democrats have been able to flip fourteen of those. And then in a broader sense, we're seeing a more diverse group of winners last night than we've ever seen before. Ninety eight women were elected to the house of representatives last night. A lot of them backed by very strong, female supporters. We're going to have at least one hundred two outstanding races feature to women on each side. So seeing that we're going to have a more diverse congress than ever a lot of that has to do with a diverse. Electorate pushing candidates who represent them. We are live with ABC news political correspondent, Adam Kelsey and WTMJ. Speaking of women Nancy Pelosi is in line. The next speaker or issue do Democrats with somebody else right now. The only democrat that we know that has thrown her hat in the ring is Nancy Pelosi. If you asked me to put a bed on it. I would say that Nancy Pelosi makes the most sense for right now. She's the only one with leadership, and she could perhaps be a bridge to the next generation. Now, if you were to ask me who is that next generation who's the one member of congress, you stands out who might want to be speaker of the house. I'm not sure I could tell you. I think we're gonna see a name emerge at some point in time that perhaps we weren't expecting a congressman Tim Ryan from Ohio challenge Pelosi. I the last time that the Democrats were in power, but he hasn't spoken out yet. So it'll be interesting to see where already seeing President Donald Trump endorsing her candidacy tweet this morning, but he's clearly just trying to ruffle some feathers and portray her as a villain governor's race in Georgia atom even at early yesterday morning. There were reports of all kinds of problems with voting machines and polling places being shut down. Is there a good chance for a recount in Georgia? Do you think? Well, it's going to be interesting. We're going to need to see if Brian campus. St George and the Republican candidate if he even finishes with at least fifty percent. I right now we've got him at fifty percent to Stacey Abrams is forty nine percent. Georgia's one of these states where if neither candidate gets fifty fifty percent, we're going to get a runoff anyway. So complicating matters on top of that is that as secretary of state Brian Kemp overseas elections, there have been a lot of calls that he needs to recuse himself. Given the fact that he's involved. So if he finishes over fifty percent, and he's declared the winner that's the case in which I would see Abrams pursuing a recount Democrats. They had a pretty good shot at Senator Ted Cruz in Texas, but the incumbent one last night, what does that say about the democratic party's future in a chance at what many software four Democrats is a bit of low hanging fruit. Well, I'll say this Ted Cruz about is unpopular a Senator as they come at nationwide. The fact that he only won that seat by three percentage points, maybe doesn't bode so well for Republicans in the future, Texas is a demographically changing it's becoming younger a lot of Hispanic voters were backing. Over overwork the democratic candidate in that race. So even though Ted Cruz able to hang on. I think Texans need to. Maybe reevaluate the candidates that they're putting up and find some of these more moderate Republicans who can cross over and appeal to that changing electorate back to the house rue second. Adam the big debate. Now is what happens with Democrats in control of the house. Do they legislate or do they choose to investigate and open up all kinds of probes into the Trump administration? We'll certainly as far as legislation goes, we're going to see a lot of gridlock. If Democrats are trying to pursue issues that are are partisan. They're not gonna make a lot of progress if they wanna pursue healthcare. They wanna pursue immigration because Republicans in the Senate would block it on something maybe bipartisan like infrastructure. That's that's somewhere where we could see some negotiations things moving forward. But as far as investigations go to committees to keep an eye on house intelligence committee, which likely be chaired by California Democrat, Adam Schiff, certainly some documents. They're going to want to subpoena. People are gonna wanna talk to you in connection to the Russian Russia investigation. And then on the house oversight committee. We're already seen Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings likely going to be the chair committee. He said that he's interested in learning a little bit more about President Donald Trump stances ABC, those political analyst Adam Kelsey joining us live on WGM J M. Thank you so much great. Thanks for having me. You bet. Seven fifty six WTMJ time now for business headlines. Here's the Milwaukee business journal, Sean Ryan burrow healthcare buys nearly eighteen acres fronting on I ninety four in della field, but said it has no immediate plans for the property the healthcare provider. 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"Nine right now at seven hundred. Brian calms, you stuck his head in the door and said that. Trump. Just endorsed Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house and guest here in just a couple of minutes. As ABC correspondent, Adam Kelsey stands by political correspondent for him out of Washington here momentarily, so we had to bail and Patrice Akhara make room for him. And I guess there's still waiting for the race in Georgia. The governor's race where Stacey Abrams has yet to concede. Not sure how close that is. But. All right. We have Adam Kelsey standing by. We do on phone or is the phone. It is. All right. Adam Kelsey, good to talk to you. How you doing sir doing? Well. How are you? Thank you. All right. You probably have seen this on Twitter that the president has now endorsed Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the house. Yeah, it's interesting to see him a lend his endorsement is somebody who is so despised by Republicans. But that's obviously the reason I he wants to put Nancy Pelosi in charge because she is a villain. She's somebody that he can play off of when he's running for election in twenty twenty. You see it in an ad across the country. Republicans basically warning their constituents that you don't want another San Francisco liberal in the mold of Nancy Pelosi representing your district. So maybe not surprising to see the president trying to use her as the villain once again. It's just interesting that first thing in the morning. The. Silence popped into his head. It might have been part of the plan all along who knows? Now, we had Democrats in battleground states members of the Senate here anybody who opposed the confirmation of judge Cavanaugh has lost their race to what degree do we think? That's the reason they were in tight races to begin with correct? Yeah. We're we're trying to feel that out over the course of the last couple of weeks and Senator Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota was the first person that we saw to get hit in the polls because vote on the bread cavenaugh hearings. But to see it play out in Missouri. Claire mccaskill was actually pulling pretty well in recent days in Indiana were Joe Donnelly, another sitting member of the Senate again was pulling pretty well in recent days, obviously shows you what an impact it had. And then on the flip side Senator Joe Manchin in West Virginia who voted for the confirmation of break Cavanaugh, he ends up getting reelected one of the most red states in the country, generally speaking across the country things kind of played out the way the polls suggested I mean the tight races with a tight races. Whether that's governorships in. In Florida, South Carolina or North Carolina. I guess some of these are still up in the air say Stacey Abrams has yet to concede there. So the tight races where the tight races. But generally, the polls are much more accurate than they were two years ago. Yeah, we I would agree that that we were somewhat track this year some of the pickups like I mentioned before Missouri Indiana slight surprises, given what we've seen in recent days. But it looks like the house of representatives is gonna come in and of right where we we expected ABC news partner five thirty eight dot com. I had had pegged at around thirty five thirty six seats. We're at twenty eight right now still a few outstanding in California. So it should come in. I write about their. So I haven't seen much as far as west coast numbers are concerned other any surprises anywhere. It's only one thing you could point to and say, well that wasn't entirely expected. I won't point to the west coast, but I will point to Oklahoma the fifth congressional district flipped. It went to the democrat in that race. We had one hundred and eight congressional races that we were watching last night you Oklahoma fingers. National district wasn't even on the list. And that was the one we were scrambling for last night trying to learn a little bit more about the candidate. And again, Oklahoma state usually think of as a very red state Republican governor last night, but Democrats take one seat there is there a good size city in that district or. Yeah, we're we're talking center of the state not so far from Oklahoma City. That's the city with some changing demographics where we're seeing more young people and more diverse population. So in that sense, maybe not so surprising. But like I said we had one hundred and eight different districts across the country that we thought would be more competitive than that one that one really sneaked up on us. So as looking ahead. In this case to Washington and the president and to what degree he might work to get along. Well with a democratic house mean the Pelosi thing obviously is is a ploy. I'm waiting to see what her response to that would day, but the degree to which you think the president would reach out the Democrats will we see Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer on the Senate side make some visits to the White House in the past couple of years. They've had some conversations with the president and we've had a few moments in which it seemed like President Trump was willing to reach across the aisle only to be rebuffed by his own party as far as immigration healthcare. The economy goes some VAT disagreements there, but I think the one issue that they may be able to work on together is infrastructure, and that's something that President Donald Trump campaigned on in two thousand sixteen he hasn't been able to get anything substantial Pat in the interim, I Democrats want to fix the same highways wanna fix the same airports that he does. So would be interesting to see if they can do some negotiating there and patent infrastructure Bill and then to what? Degree will they held him for investigations. I mean, the people out there who will constituents will want impeachment, which isn't going to happen. But as far as. Full speed ahead with investigations investigating the Russian connection, which likely isn't they're going after his taxes. How far do you think they can or should push it? Yeah. Well, we're going to see in two specific committees. I think some form of action house intelligence committee likely to be chaired by California Democrat, Adam Schiff, I'm sure there's documents that they want us appear. There's people that they wanna talk to you that they haven't been able to over the course of the Russian investigation. That's wanna keep an eye on. We've already heard from congressman Elijah Cummings he'd likely to be the chairman of the house oversight committee. He's going to be the one who maybe wants to take a look at the president's taxes and see if there's any funny business going on there. All right. Listen, I appreciate your time. Adam Adam Kelsey, and we'll talk again down the road, some point CNN, great things are happening. You betcha. Eight forty five right now at seven hundred w w story away from politics that hasn't gotten that much. Attention. We go back to Halloween, and there was one story because each Halloween you have these concerns about you know, whatever somebody puts poison in your kids candy, and there was one story in Halloween. About a kid who supposedly got meth poisoning from someone's whose house he went to. And when I first heard it, the BS antenna kind of went up as a, you know, I think that's got something to do with dad. There's only one case out there were indicators ever poisoned supposedly by Halloween candy. And it was a father who poisoned his own son over the the candy pixie sticks straw at the top of its full of sugar. The dad put whatever killed the son like cyanide or something in the in the pixie stick. Well, this one that turns out it was the data again. Gallion ohio. Braille and car well was the five year old tested positive for meth after trick or treating police have arrested his dad Twenty-four-year-old father cambric car while charged him with possession of meth and evidence tampering. Police said, well, we're not definitively saying a little boy ingested the methamphetamine. We're extremely confident. He did not ingest any candy from trick or treat that was tainted earlier. That was the case turns out his parents are both recovering drug. Addicts Brandon's mother said I'm not covering up the truth. The case was suspicious from the start. They said the boy had barely eaten any of his candy only chomped down on some toy vampire teeth when he started shaking and lost control of his limbs. His parents look at he was having a seizure took him to the hospital. They didn't know he had ingested any methamphetamine apparently at that point. According to the mom is said the left side of his face it just gotten droopy, then he fell couldn't move his arm. Didn't know where he was didn't know what he was doing doctors performed the drug test and found the meth in his system at that point. So the boy now is doing fine. He's home. He's back at school not showing any ill effects long term, but dad's going to be off to prison at some point. On the public doesn't have to worry about tainted. Halloween, candy, again, it had nothing to do with that. They say it's safe for kids to dress up go out and grab some sweets. It's going to be fine. So if that was your first instinct as well. Congratulations to you. We were right? It's eight forty eight. Check traffic. Let's go Jason Earhart round, the UCLA traffic.

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"Morning news. We are continuing our election coverage this morning less than a week to go six days. Exactly the midterms who will take control of congress. Let's check in with ABC news political correspondent, Adam Kelsey. Good morning. Adam good morning. Thanks for having me. Yeah. What do you see on national level? Can you tell if there's going to be any kind of a wave or maybe just a trickle on either side? Boy, it seems like with the news cycle changing every few days some of these races. Just keep going back and forth. I think our best guess right now is that the Democrats look pretty good in their quest to take back the house of representatives. But then on the flip side Republicans might even expand their advantage. I in the Senate. So if you think things are gridlock in Washington right now, just wait until we have a democratic house in a Republican Senate things could slow down more than ever Adams. Shouldn't they be disappointed, meaning Democrats? It seems like to me. They don't have a what I consider a very good message. It's it's basically that everything that the president does is bad. And and and go on that. I would think if they wanted this big Blue Wave they would have been better in the messaging, but we're hearing there is not going to be much of a wave. Yes. Certainly the backlash to president. Trump was something that really motivated Democrats over the course of the first year of his presidency. But when it comes to getting folks out to the polls, you really need to like, you said have that concrete message in the closing weeks of these campaigns. We've seen Democrats make it about healthcare. I think we're public have responded the best they can which is that they've been trying to protect protections for people with preexisting conditions. So that's been a major issue across the country. But like you said when it comes down to it Democrats are hoping that it's just backlash against President Trump that turns people out next Tuesday. Yeah, you brought it up the number one issue for voters is health care. I'm sure to the chagrin of the president. It's not immigration is it working at all for him trying to change the conversation. Talking about that caravan talking about the fourteenth amendment. Does that help? I it's interesting to see him making that the issue over the course of this past week because those are issues that his base cares about his base was always gonna come to the polls. It was always going to vote for their Republican candidates anyway. So it's surprising late. You said that Republicans may be aren't trying to find some of these crossover issues where they can win over some of the moderate and independent voters. They can rely on the strong read Republicans in every election. No matter what an immigration is. Is that issue that really targets them? Adam before we let you go the mail bombs the synagogue shooting has that had any impact so far and people in the midterms will there there's definitely be gun control conversation going on for the past couple of years. You look at a state like Florida where the parkland shooting was with such major news down there for cer- for so long. They've got a couple of competitive Senate and gubernatorial races, I would expect it to make an impact in states like those. But there are some other states where gun control is not gonna make inroads that Democrats. Maybe hope it does ABC news political correspondent, Adam Kelsey. Thanks again for the time. Thanks, E S and H now apart.

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"Preconditions Is being the United States government. Is willing let's start right now with. GM speaking of the reparations that must be paid to the nation of Iraq to the people of your ongoing all the. Way back, to the early nineteen fifties we offer comes. As the US reimposes the sanctions against Iran lifted under President Obama's nuclear deal which the president has. Since voided and the president tweeted about this this morning writing the Iran sanctions. Have officially been cast these are, the most biting sanctions. Ever imposed and in November, they ratchet. Up to yet another level anyone doing. Business with Iran will not be doing business with the United States I am asking. For world peace nothing less exclamation points president. Tweeting that this morning Wins news time eight oh eight it is primary day in four states, not a lot of. Surprises expected except maybe in a race in Ohio a special election to replace. A retired Republican congressman in. A district that's. Been GOP controlled for decades but as correspondent Adam Kelsey. Reports pulse have the democrat in. The rice with. A one point lead a lot of Republicans out here that Mark big fans that President Trump and those types of Republicans better be willing to to go to the voting booths today and. Cast a vote for Danny O'Connor insurgent. Democrat who's trying to flip this district president did carry that district by about eleven points in two thousand sixteen but O'Connor. Has afforded, one fundraising advantage over Republican Troy Balderstone and. The president has weighed in on this race by Twitter a short time ago he wrote Ohio vote. Today for Troy Alderson for congress opponent controlled by Nancy Pelosi is weak on. Crime the border military that's your, second amendment and will. End your tax cuts Troy It will be great congressman hashtag Maga wins news time eight oh nine, city council is looking at a Bill to provide cab drivers with financial and mental health counseling this comes after at least, six cabbie suicides yesterday. Drivers rallied in Long Island city where over and left are headquartered cavalry cabbie. Frederick to Soula complained that. Uber and lifts. Are making it impossible for yellow cabbies to make a living.

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