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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The president is going to the doctor wasn't in Trump gets his annual physical exam today at Walter Reed. National military medical center in Bethesda, Maryland his second since taking office last year. The president's doctor said he was in excellent health, the White House physician at the time where you're Admiral Ronnie Jackson praised the president for having good genes. And said he scored a perfect score on a cognitive test. The president was encouraged to lose ten to fifteen pounds and improve his eating habits. Correspondent Karen Travers tells us the White House will have some results this afternoon. Jackson willnot be the doctor handling the president's physical this year. Senator Cory Booker is in Iowa today. So as south bend, Indiana, mayor be put a judge who is also seeking the democratic nomination for president in two thousand twenty Booker is making several stops. And we'll be talking about his social Justice platform visiting with African American leaders and a church in Mason city known for its support of same sex. Marriages Senator camera Harris, meanwhile has hired an experienced political operative to had her campaign in South Carolina, Washington price worked to help flip dozens of house seats in the midterms. She is expected to serve as the campaigns deputy national political director as well as South Carolina's state director and Senator Elizabeth Warren is expected to launch her campaign officially in Lawrence, Massachusetts, which is one of New England's poorest cities with a large Hispanic population wins news time, ten thirty six. Art lovers will be flocking to the new Frida Kahlo exhibit at the Brooklyn museum starting today can see the largest collection of the legendary artists work in belongings some of which were not uncovered until two thousand four and have never. Publicly, displayed Kathryn Morris as the senior curator. She tells ten ten Wednesday focused on the objects that she used in her paintings clothing.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The president of the United States set to second medical check-up as the as president this Friday doesn't burn the White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, obviously, there are people are like good faith, people on the American public wanna make sure the president's healthy. They're also bad faith people in the media who want to diagnose him with all sorts of things you remember the Ronnie Jackson press conference and how he's he's fine. He's healthy. He's he's in some ways. He's a rare specimen actually, he can keep a weird diet and very little sleep. And actually be healthy. He's fine. And you have all these people in the press corps. Like, are you? Sure. Are you sure? He's actually healthy. We check again. Did you give him a mental acuity test? Yeah. And what happened to Ronnie Jackson, his doctor yet what happened to Dr Ronnie, he the Democrats trash him and drum him out of the court when he was supposed to be the VA nominee, you go and he got he got whacked just. Thrown out on that and destroyed and the president was deeply resentful about the way Senate Democrats treated him during all of that. But oh look at this from a couple of days ago. The White House announced that we're Admiral Ronnie Jackson, President Trump's former physician will serve as an assistant to the president and chief medical advisor. So he's back and just in time to give another glowing health assessment. But he's not because the the exam is going to be overseen by Dr Shawn Conley. Who's the now the White House doctor, I don't think they just have Rijeka to the podium and do the whole thing again just to needle of the Democrats even healthier this year. Nobody's ever had four hearts before. It's incredible. Seven twenty eight Wm AL, Chris Plante here for the professional matchmakers at it's just lunch. You know, when it comes to dating you have two choices face to face or online. So which one actually works the truth is you can't spell online without LIE and studies show that more than half of online daters lie on their profiles. That's why. It's just lunch is so effective relationships that search face to face or more likely to last and seventy four percent of single say the best sign of good chemistry is good conversation..

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I don't understand how any of you can with a straight face. Pull the lever for Jon tester, probably v. worst phony in the United States Senate right now and that Saint John tester phony democrat Senator from Montana is the one who crushed the career of a decorated. U s. Military officer Admiral Ronnie Jackson who was nominated for VA secretary by Donald Trump on a bunch of unfounded allegations about what. Oh, out of control, drinking, and partying. Does that sound familiar? Ladies and gentlemen. This book is already been written for before by tactically strategic Democrats who far overstep their boundaries. Now Ronnie Jackson, because he was in the US military at the time and for reasons I'm not about to disclose on the show. I know Ronnie Jackson very well. I gave a passionate defense of Ronnie, Jackson Ronnie's friend of mine and will remain a friend of mine. Ronnie had to Wichita that had not believe me when I tell you it had nothing to do with personal courage Ronnie's one of the bravest most admirable human beings. I know. But the model worked for them and the Democrats learned folks. This is why I said to you yesterday we cannot fold. It will be no surrender. No matter what. Thank you for your emails, Email them again today, Email your congressman Email, your centers. I know the congress doesn't have an advice and consent. I get it, but they talk to these guys Email your centers and call them again, folks. I showed deeply appreciate. I adore everyone that I've been. I've been sending back a lot of, you know, this. I've been responding. I spent probably three or four hours a day. I'm not kidding because I want to do it. You're not. This isn't. I'm not acting like this work. I've been sending a lot of you back the prayer, hands saying, thank you. Thank you. I know a lot of you got my Email. That's me. I read your stories, Email them again. They heat has to be relentless. Depressure cannot stop Montana. Get on this guy in a tidal wave of emails melt this guy's phone lines tester, Jon tester, we know what he did. We know what he did in destroying the career of a man. Who has ten times the dignity of this loser. Jon tester Ronnie Jackson, that Democrats learned from weakness. They sniff out weakness, they proud around for soft points in the armor, and that's where the landscape goes. They push push push until they feel softened boom, right in there. They saw this model Ronnie, Jackson folks, everybody on the hill knows it. The Ronnie Jackson model worked. With Ronnie because it had to because it was a different set of circumstances. Joe, why isn't it working now? Because what has Cavagnaud refused to do? He refuses to back down damn freaking ripe, brother. Brett cavenaugh, God bless this man. Absolutely refuses to back down. And as I said, yesterday, no matter what happens liberals, you better get used to this. You better get used to it. Brad Kavanagh is going on that supreme court. If he goes down now we're pushing them back layer us going on that supreme court. No pudding. There will be none. Nana, he is going on that supreme court. You better start getting used to it. We will not withdraw his name. This is where we draw the line. The Ronnie Jackson story that was their model for this. What's happening now is you see Grassley and you see McConnell in many respects fighting back on this and saying, Nope, we're drawing the line. We're going to investigate this thing. And I'm sorry, although Dr Ford story, if something happened her, she deserves sympathy. Something happened. Or if some you're alleging something happened or by Brett cavenaugh and the evidence does not add up at all. Matter of fact, the evidence is contradictory and the stories not adding up at all, then you're darn right. We're going to start investigating it and do not succumb for a second to liberal pressure tactics. The story is entirely collapsing. That is why you're seeing the f. b. i. background investigation that the Democrats called for being actually pilloried and attacked by the Democrats who asked for the FBI investigation. Yeah, sorry, but all right. I got more in this. The second year was gonna pay for the show. I always appreciate.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on Here & Now

"President Trump arrives in billings, Montana today for another midterm rally. The president is throwing his weight behind Republican Senate nominee, Matt Rosendahl in a race polls are showing is neck and neck. Even though Rosendahl is trying to unseat two term Senator John tester, a democrat in a state Trump won by a whopping twenty one points back in two thousand sixteen tester, by the ways become something of a thorn in the president's side. As we'll hear from Eric Whitney news director at Montana, public radio. Hi, Eric. So we know President Trump is going to be speaking at the rim rock auto arena in billings later tonight, his rally in July do over six thousand Montana's. Has there been in any kind of shift in his support there? Are you expect to have the same big turnout? You'll have a bigger turnout. It's a bigger auditorium. It's a bigger city in a more populous county. His last visit drew people from hundreds of miles away, and I haven't seen any evidence that support for President Trump has. Finished here in Montana since the election. So one, what? This might be a slam dunk for his pick Rosendahl, but Rosen tail who became state auditor there. But before that was a real estate developer from Maryland. So you know, maybe considered a little bit of an outside or give us give us a thumbnail on Matt Rosendahl, right? He is a transplant to Montana from Maryland in about twenty ten, and that's a big deal here. Montana's really value their native sons. They value people who've been here for a long time, and they're pretty suspicious of outsiders. Democrats in the state have used that outsider status to great advantage in defeating candidates in in other races, most notably in the in the last governor's contest in two thousand sixteen. So that's a hurdle for him to overcome. He also doesn't have the name recognition that Senator tester does. You know he's a third generation Montana and served in the state legislature, and then the two terms in the Senate have really built up a lot of name recognition. Whereas Mr. Rosendahl has only one one St.. Wide race, and that was in two thousand sixteen. Let's listen to an ad in which he's standing on a muddy barnyard and he's acquitting on on tester, Nancy Pelosi before kicking over a TV that shows testers face and that TV lands in a pile of horse manure. Let's listen. The President Trump passes tax cut, Nancy, Pelosi call crumbs. So pathetic. Some tester really stemmed and called Trump's tax cut. Well, you can't even say that on TV. I'm Matt Rosen, Dale, and I'm running for the Senate to replace Jon tester Montana needs a conservative who's willing to back the Trump agenda, not cow town on the NC bluesy the Trump tax cuts me business, and that's why I approve this message. Eric Whitney is then Maryland accent hearing it is a Maryland accent. If you live in Montana, you recognized that's not the the Montana accent, and you know, Democrats and Mr. Rosen deals, political opponents are happy to point that out. It's a religion deal is trying to link tester to liberals give them. Now, Donald Trump is the dominant campaign issue in the Senate race. Mr. Rosendahl is portraying himself as a faithful loyal soldier for President Trump Senator testers early ads. One in March, started out by talking about how much he has worked with President Trump, and I think that makes sense in a state that went more than twenty points for Trump in two thousand sixteen telling people that he's he's moderate, and he's not a liberal Democrat. Well, he did vote against the president's preview. Supreme court nominee Neal, Gorsuch, and he took him to task for his VA appointment. That's correct. Back in April win. President Trump fired. His first secretary of veterans affairs and nominated Admiral Ronnie Jackson to take up the position. Senator tester looked into his background testers long, been an advocate for veterans. He's on the Senate veterans affairs committee. It's a signature issue for him..

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Didn't stop him from dismissing the accusers saying simply i don't believe them at all this is hardly the first time trump jumped to defend the accused and rejected the accusations against them after trump nominated his white house physician rear admiral ronnie jackson to run veterans affairs jackson was accused of multiple drunken episodes overseas even banging on the hotel room door of a female employees jackson said the allegations were without merit but ultimately took himself out of the running trump still publicly ported him he would have done a great job tremendous heart you might false accusations that weren't it falls the president also defended rob porter after both of his ex wives accused him of domestic abuse which he denied after puerto resigned as the white house staff secretary trump said this as you probably know he says he's innocent and i think you have to remember that a series of women accused alabama senate candidate roy moore pursuing relationships with them as teenagers and in some cases forcing himself on them more denied the claims trump still supported more in his senate run is it he totally denies it he says it didn't happen and after fox news host bill o was accused of acting inappropriately with co workers and female guests on his show the new york times reported he and fox news paid five of the accusers a combined thirteen million dollars in exchange for their silence knowing that trump still had his back telling the times quote i think he shouldn't have settled i don't think bill did anything wrong o'reilly denied acting inappropriately also when multiple women complained that fox news president roger ailes had sexually harassed them ultimately leading to his firing from the network trump called the accusations totally unfounded and painted a rosy picture of ails who also denied the claims jomo of the women that are complaining i know how much he's helped them and even recently perhaps all of this should come as no surprise after all donald trump has defended himself to after more than a dozen women used him of behaving inappropriately with them he denied it all even mocking one at a campaign rally when you looked at that horrible woman last night you said i don't think so i don't think the stories are total fiction randy k c n n new york coming up ever feel like the trump presidency is one giant reality show the former apprentice ho certainly knows how to grab attention when he's on camera two other men who took part of the golden age of reality tv share their thoughts on the subject anderson cooper andy cohen with the premiere of the cnn original series the two thousands debuting this weekend anderson.

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Ronny Jackson is being investigated by Defense Department inspector general

Morning Edition

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Ronny Jackson is being investigated by Defense Department inspector general

"In the cake you weedy studios in san francisco he and rachel martin we'll have more morning edition coming up now though on this tuesday morning it's npr news headlines at three forty two this is michael state from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the pentagon's inspector general is investigating rear admiral ronnie jackson as npr's quil lawrence reports jackson was president trump's choice to lead the department of veterans affairs before he withdrew amid a series of allegations critics say the president nominated jackson to head the va without doing any vetting so the white house was unprepared when dozens of allegations of professional misconduct sunk the nomination some of those charges are serious enough that the pentagon's inspector general has launched an investigation that could potentially end jackson's military career eight states are holding primaries today with democrats needing twenty three seats to regain control of the house in november california's congressional races are getting a lot of attention in addition more than two dozen candidates are seeking to replace california's governor jerry brown in the fall in iowa acclaimed masters with iowa public radio says five candidates are seeking to take on republican governor kim reynolds democrats in iowa see this race as one of their last shots republicans control both chambers of the legislature and the governor's office fred hubble a wealthy businessman has been leading in the polls recently the race was shaken when a rising star in the democratic party suspended his campaign after three women accused him of sexual misconduct governor kim reynolds is unopposed in the republican primary other states holding primaries today include alabama mississippi and new jersey i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm peter doubt imagine the fear of driving down the highway and seen another car going the wrong direction fairly right towards you police say it's more common than you think they say they get one per shift last year they had over seven hundred calls in for wrong way driver now arizona is using new.

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Ronny Jackson is being investigated by Defense Department inspector general

News, Traffic and Weather

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Ronny Jackson is being investigated by Defense Department inspector general

"Voters approved governor arnold schwarzenegger pushed it through in twenty ten and it's gonna play since two thousand twelve and unlike a traditional primary where the democrats go to the polls on primary day choose one candidate the republicans and other they had to the fall all of the candidates regardless of party affiliation or on one ballot and all of them go up against each other at the top two advance in november so you could have two democrats running you could have republicans running abc political director recline in la the pentagon's investigating the president's personal physician and former va secretary pick rear admiral ronnie jackson most americans i heard from dr ronnie jackson when he presented the president's annual physical report is overall health is excellent he has incredible jeans the president then picked admiral jackson around the va and jackson withdrew his name after questions about his performance at work the defense department's inspector general now looking into those allegations to see if they should take any action andy field abc news washington movie producer harvey weinstein dune a manhattan court today to face.

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Ronny Jackson is being investigated by Defense Department inspector general

Jeff Ward And Ed Clements

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Ronny Jackson is being investigated by Defense Department inspector general

"He's going to face a lot of pushback about those tariffs on aluminum and steel that he said last week he's going forward with no for us allies you have justin trudeau of canada emmanuel macron of france theresa may of uk saying this is a bad decision by the president and they're certainly talking about retaliatory measures they're also very concerned about this message it sends about the partnership who between the us and these countries and i think the president's going to get an earful that doesn't mean it's going to move him an inch last year he got an earful at the same summit from world leaders about the paris climate agreement ultimately he pulled the us out thanks for the update we'll talk soon have a great day that's komo's tom hutler the pentagon is investigating the president's personal physician and former va secretary pick rear admiral ronnie jackson abc's andy field has details most americans i heard from dr ronnie jackson when he presented the president's annual physical report is overall health is excellent he has incredible jeans president then picked admiral jackson around the va and jackson with drew his name after questions about his performance at work the defense department's inspector general now looking into those allegations to see if they should take any action andy field abc news washington komo news time four forty time for an update.

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Ronny Jackson investigated by Defense Department inspector general

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Ronny Jackson investigated by Defense Department inspector general

"Last week have been identified today they have names ernestine ryan's america lied and both of springfield massachusetts kayla escalante of ludlow the hamden da held a news conference today he said he didn't know how or when the women died just yet he did say the two had been missing for some time well today stewart weldon whose mom owns the home face new charges of rape and kidnapping it was ordered held on a combined two million dollars bail in both cases now he has not been charged with any crimes related to the discovery of the bodies but again the investigation goes on he is locked up constitutionalists pundits and scholars are weighing in on presidential pardons this afternoon in this case though presidential pardon of a president by a president meaning donald trump this morning as you know by now the president tweeted he had the absolute right to pardon himself but why would he when he's done nothing wrong cbs justice correspondent paula reed says the commander in chief part in power is pretty absolute in the end it's very expensive but the idea of hardening yourself suggests that you are above the law which makes it more of a political question that illegal one even if you could for vail at the highest court in the land politic pardoning yourself makes you look really guilty by the way all of this came on the heels of a twenty page letter finally revealed that was sent a special counsel robert muller from trump's legal team it argued the president cannot be indicted subpoenaed or found guilty of obstruction of justice because of his position as chief law enforcement officer as commander in chief the pentagon turning its microscope on former va secretary nominee rear admiral ronnie jackson today most americans i heard from dr roddy jackson when he presented the president's annual physical report is overall health is excellent he has incredible jeans president then picked admiral jackson around the va and jackson withdrew his name after questions about his performance at work the defense department's inspector general now looking into those allegations to see if they should take any action andy field abc news washington friend named drug prices rising faster than seniors can keep up with them i'm vicki barker so we'll have that story coming up right now we check your ride is we check traffic and weather together mike king is here with.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Dr harold bernstein talked to the new york times and dr harold bernstein told the new york times that he was administering he had prescribed a pill a prescription medication to then citizen donald trump for a medication called propeace shop propecia as i understand it helps you keep your hair if you're suffering from hair loss if you have a medical condition like l o p which causes hair loss there are a variety of types of hair loss melodies and this bill this pill propecia i believe it's a pill is prescribed by doctors for for hair loss we know also that donald trump citizen and president trump little sensitive about the hair thing because he's got some harris shoes so he's a little sensitive about it now when dr held bornstein turned over that information to the new york times that was in violation of medical ethical canons and it also violates the law under hip hop the hippo laws prohibit him from handing out information from your medical records to anyone especially the new york stinking times in violation of ethical canons for the medical profession and in violation of hippo laws so so you got a two for their okay and and then after the new york times published this information which should not have been made public but was made public by dr bornstein then one of president trump's lawyers showed up at doctor dr bornstein's office to gather up and collect the medical records in order to deliver them to dr admiral ronnie jackson at the white house because that's standard operating procedure at standard protocol and it was carried out thusly now dr harold bornstein talk to nbc news which is a good unbiased impartial news organization right without a slant of any kind reverend al sharpton the pigeon sisters the list goes on chris matthews's joy reid she hates gays she hates muslims she hates transpeople she hates everyone she put it on her her blog she lied that some hackers broke in from russia or something and put these things out there and she.

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Special master named to review documents in Michael Cohen case

24 hour News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Special master named to review documents in Michael Cohen case

"Plane when the verdict came in but you're with us from san francisco tonight first of all want to ask you again you've covered this so much ricky does this surprise you not at all the difference in trial one to trial too was that you had one other accuser this time you had five so when you have six people talking about a common scheme or plan that is a big big difference the other thing of course is timing the metoo movement certainly is the elephant in the room the jury although they said they would not be affected by it people today believe an accuser whereas a year ago one accuser might not be believed at all but six so that didn't surprise me ricky cosby's lawyers say they will appeal does he have a chance well he certainly has many issues going all the way back to the fact that he believed he was promised that he would not be prosecuted and therefore he participated in a civil deposition evidence of that deposition came into this trial including evidence about quotes when the case was about benadryl then there's exculpatory evidence that the defense should not get to present i think they'll have a list of appellate issues ricki have you with us ricky thanks here in new york a federal judge put a special master to review the documents seized from president trump's personal attorney by the fbi the master will decide which of michael cohen documents to make available to prosecutors meanwhile cohen says he'll plead the fifth in these stormy daniels case the adult film actress who claims an affair with mr trump is soon to get out of the nondisclosure agreement that cohen arranged today on fox and friends the president acknowledged for the first time that he knew about the deal my goal would represent me and represent me on some things he represents me like with this crazy stormy daniels deal conan's not wanna testify in the daniels case for fear it could be used against him if those seized documents lead to criminal charges the president's nominee for veterans affairs secretary withdrew under pressure today admiral ronnie jackson the white house physician said he'd become a distraction dr jackson was accused of misconduct including drinking on.

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Ronny Jackson withdraws nomination amid misconduct claims

The Clark Howard Show

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Ronny Jackson withdraws nomination amid misconduct claims

"In the eighties what's the chance of rain moving with our next brian i'm tony marino another beautiful night in central florida seventy six in orlando we have seventy three and sanford as we continue team coverage president trump's pick to head up the va dr ronnie jackson has withdrawn his nomination following allegations about his past work record our signs at the white house admiral ronnie jackson served as the personal physician to president trump and president obama president trump's decision to pick jackson as the next va secretary came as a surprise often seen but not heard from jackson had his moment in the spotlight when he gave that detailed readout on the president's health the president's overall health is excellent but his nomination faced hurdles from the start lawmakers questioned his experience to lead the va and this week a fresh wave of allegations about his professional behavior emerged jackson denies the allegations but said they had become a distraction for the president jackson is out mike pompeo is in the senate confirming the cia director today as the next secretary of state replacing rex tillerson pompeo confirmed in fifty seven forty to vote i'm jamie dupree your washington watchdog and this is where orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic news.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The end of the work week we will see a low tonight of forty one degrees we'll be mostly cloudy tomorrow a high of seventy mostly sunny a bit of a breeze out of the northwest and then by saturday another cold front will take our temperatures back to the low sixties sixty three for the high still dry though into the weekend that is the newsradio ten forty who threeday weather from channel thirteen i'm chief meteorologist ed wilson simon conway for veterans for for iowa newsradio ten forty whol across the right state of iowa it is the simon conway show we've been talking about admiral ronnie jackson he has withdrawn his nomination i guess that's how it works for the a secretary nominated by the president he's withdrawn because of all the allegations that it's really serious on on two counts as we've been saying it serious on the basis that if it's made up then a united states senator just made up a whole bunch of garbage to assassinate the character of a man who has served this nation with honor and distinction for many many years not least of which he has served the last three presidents of the united states as their personal doctor that's number one one possibility second possibility it's true it's true completely denied by the admiral but any turns out to be true then what the heck are they running down the white house again this isn't about this president all the last one all the one before that this is about background checking people working at the white house because if ronnie jackson is everything that they're telling us running jackson is how the.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To leak out that there were concerns about his workplace behavior and then senator john tester on npr got more specific and said there was something more than twenty people who made complaints and then yesterday we got more details on what the complaints were how specific are the accusations that seem to have sunk his nomination would they get very specific and the way you lay that was interesting because i before any of that there were concerns about whether admiral ronnie jackson had any experience with managing large organizations and that's important to note because that was a motivation for many in the senate and the veterans community to start looking closer to find out if there were other things now normally this process would have been done by the white house they would have vetted the nominee very closely and you would have thought they would have heard these allegations even if they were just rumors they would have heard them and tried to run them to grant now according to the staff on the senate veterans affairs committee that wasn't done so they had twenty three people all of them former military or current military who had worked with admiral jackson at the white house who came to them with concerns about his loose use of prescription drugs including opiates like percocet about him prescribing drugs to himself and and not paying attention to the paperwork work with many of his prescriptions about drunken behavior while on duty and about a toxic work environment all of these are allegations which he denies but they were twenty three people according to this to senator jon tester who came forward to express their concerns now you mentioned john tester i just want to tell you that president trump has been interviewed today on the fox news.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Last couple of days word began to leak out that there were concerns about his workplace behavior and then senator john tester on npr got more specific and said there was something more than twenty people who made complaints and then yesterday we got more details on what the complaints were how specific are the accusations that seem to have sunk his nomination would they get very specific and the way you live that interesting because i before any of that there were concerns about whether admiral ronnie jackson had any experience with managing large organizations and that's important to note because that was a motivation for many in the senate and the veterans community to start looking closer to find out if they were other things now normally this process would have been done by the white house they would have vetted the nominee very closely and you would have thought they would have heard these allegations even if they were just rumors they would have heard them and tried to run them to ground now according to the staff on the senate veterans affairs committee that wasn't done so they had twenty three people all of them former military or current military who had worked with admiral jackson at the white house who came to them with concerns about his loose use of prescription drugs including opiates like percocet about him prescribing drugs to himself and and not paying attention to the paperwork work with many of his prescriptions about drunken behavior while on duty and about a toxic work environment all of these are allegations which he denies but there were twenty three people according to this to senator jon tester who came forward to express their concerns now you mentioned john tester i just want to tell you that president trump has been interviewed today on the fox news.

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Former President George H.W. Bush Recovering from Infection

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Former President George H.W. Bush Recovering from Infection

"On the street or in your workplace and democratic senator mark warner of virginia warning bankers today that legislation rolling back financial rules that were put in place after the economic crisis in two thousand eight are just not going to pass if it comes back to the senate for yet another vote house republicans want to amend senate passed legislation that would provide regulatory relief for banks next money update coming your way on komo and a half hour president trump weighing in on the attack in toronto yesterday with an expression of sympathy abc's karen travers at the white house with the latest president trump began his remarks at an arrival ceremony for french president macron by expressing his sympathies to the canadian people calling monday's attack in toronto a horrendous tragedy dr hearts are with the grieving families in canada in a statement last night the white house pledged to provide any support canada may need as they deal with this attack karen travers abc news the white house new allegations against rear admiral ronnie jackson have prompted the senate to postpone their confirmation hearing for president trump's nominee to become the next secretary of veterans affairs here's abc's lana zak on capitol hill we've postponed the hearing there are some things we need to check into it for more fully vet out the admiral jackson senator jon tester the ranking member on veteran's affairs explains the committee's bipartisan decision to postpone wednesday's scheduled nomination hearing for the new head of the va ask them questions and we're following up on a lot of claims that have been made in a statement the white house is standing by their nominee who currently serves as president trump's white house physician on zak abc news capitol hill former president george h w bush said to be recovering at a houston hospital from a blood infection he was admitted just a day after his wife and former first lady barbara bush was interred abc's ryan burrow with more from houston statement from family spokesman jim mcgrath says the forty first president still wants to go to maine this summer graph calling former president george hw bush quote the most goal oriented person on the planet and i would not bet against him and quotes last week former florida governor jeb bush had this to say about the health of his father he's physically better than he was a month ago danny's in and out mentally.

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Trump suggests it's Ronny Jackson's call to stay on as VA nominee

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Trump suggests it's Ronny Jackson's call to stay on as VA nominee

"On the street or in your workplace and democratic senator mark warner of virginia warning bankers today that legislation rolling back financial rules that were put in place after the economic crisis in two thousand eight are just not going to pass if it comes back to the senate for yet another vote house republicans want to amend senate passed legislation that would provide regulatory relief for banks next money update coming your way on komo and a half hour president trump weighing in on the attack in toronto yesterday with an expression of sympathy abc's karen travers at the white house with the latest president trump began his remarks at an arrival ceremony for french president macron by expressing his sympathies to the canadian people calling monday's attack in toronto a horrendous tragedy dr hearts are with the grieving families in canada in a statement last night the white house pledged to provide any support canada may need as they deal with this attack karen travers abc news the white house new allegations against rear admiral ronnie jackson have prompted the senate to postpone their confirmation hearing for president trump's nominee to become the next secretary of veterans affairs here's abc's lana zak on capitol hill we've postponed the hearing there are some things we need to check into it for more fully vet out the admiral jackson senator jon tester the ranking member on veteran's affairs explains the committee's bipartisan decision to postpone wednesday's scheduled nomination hearing for the new head of the va ask them questions and we're following up on a lot of claims that have been made in a statement the white house is standing by their nominee who currently serves as president trump's white house physician on zak abc news capitol hill former president george h w bush said to be recovering at a houston hospital from a blood infection he was admitted just a day after his wife and former first lady barbara bush was interred abc's ryan burrow with more from houston statement from family spokesman jim mcgrath says the forty first president still wants to go to maine this summer graph calling former president george hw bush quote the most goal oriented person on the planet and i would not bet against him and quotes last week former florida governor jeb bush had this to say about the health of his father he's physically better than he was a month ago danny's in and out mentally.

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Trump, President and Va discussed on Yellowhammer Radio

Yellowhammer Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Trump, President and Va discussed on Yellowhammer Radio

"Yellowhammer news i'm jay holland and alabama prison official has told a federal judge that a now dead prisoner was not placed on a suicide watch after a previous attempt to kill himself warden cynthia stewart of holman prison in southern alabama testified monday in an ongoing trial over claims of inadequate medical care and suicide prevention in segregated cells of the state prison system the compass bank building on tumors corner in auburn is being torn down and reconstructed historic building on south college street is being redeveloped to bring back compass bank to the first two floors and new apartments above the bank developers say there will also be a rooftop area for game day festivities the new project is across the street from tumors drugs justin chandler moncrieff twentyseven of kellington and talladega county was arrested on allegations that he propositioned a young girl over the internet and shared a sexually explicit photo over social media according to a release from tallahassee county sheriff jimmy abbott an investigation regarding transmission of sexually explicit photographs of a fourteen year old female and electronic solicitation of a minor implicated moncrieff he was charged with electronic solicitation of a child and take into the talent pusa county jail bond was set at ten thousand dollars the senate veterans affairs committee says it's postponing a confirmation hearing for rear admiral ronnie jackson nominated to be the next va secretary while it investigates what it is calling quote serious allegations unquote against him jackson is currently president trump's personal white house doctor there are claims that jackson created.

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VA nominee Ronny Jackson's confirmation hearing postponed

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:08 min | 2 years ago

VA nominee Ronny Jackson's confirmation hearing postponed

"To gas buddy dot com the average price in seattle now three thirty gallon while the dow has just taken a precipitous drop in the last thirty minutes it's down four hundred fifty four points it was down over two hundred points just about thirty minutes ago the nasdaq remains at positive territory it's up twenty seven and a half and the sp five hundred is also down significantly thirty three points in into the red that's a look at your propel insurance business update this morning president trump's weighing in on the attack in toronto with an expression of sympathy as we hear from abc's karen travers at the white house president trump began his remarks at in a rival ceremony for french president macron by expressing his sympathies to the canadian people calling monday's attack in toronto a horrendous tragedy two hearts with the grieving families in canada in a statement last night the white house pledged to provide any support candidate may need as they deal with this attack karen travers abc news the white house do allegations against rear admiral ronnie jackson prompting the senate to postpone their confirmation hearing for president trump's nominee to become the next secretary of veterans affairs abc's lana zak reports from capitol hill we've postponed the hearing there are some things we need to check into for more fully vet out the admiral jackson senator jon tester the ranking member on veterans affairs explains the committee's bipartisan decision to postpone wednesday's scheduled nomination hearing for the new head of the we're asking questions and we're following up on a lot of claims that have been made in a statement the white house is standing by their nominee who currently serves as president trump's white house physician on zak abc news capitol hill or president george h w bush said to be recovering a houston hospital from a blood infection he was admitted just a day after his wife and former first lady barbara bush was interred abc's ryan burrow with more from houston a statement from family spokesman jim mcgrath says the forty first present still wants to go to maine this summer mcgrath calling former president george h w bush quotes the most goal oriented person on the planet and i would not bet against him and quotes last week former florida governor jeb bush had this to say about the health of his father he's physically better than he was a month ago danny's he's in.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The hour new this morning senators are discussing plans to delay the confirmation hearing for president trump's pick to be veterans affairs secretary over growing questions about the nominees ability to manage the government's second largest department and past conduct are they hearing for white house a doctor in navy rear admiral ronnie jackson was slated for wednesday the president selected him after firing david schulkin following an ethics scandal however jackson is based numerous questions from republicans democrats and veterans groups about whether he has the experience to manage three hundred sixty thousand employees serving nine million veterans meanwhile president trump's choice for secretary of state mike pompeo has cleared the senate foreign relations committee with favorable recommendation it came monday after senator chris coons had a change of heart during a wild day of back and forth pompeo secured the crucial vote of the republican holdout rand paul to only to face rejection because fellow republican johnny isakson missed the vote to attend a funeral back home now coons present vote was welcome news to the committee ranking chair bob corker having having heard early this afternoon a request for my dear friend senator isaacs whom i steam greatly this was not the fact pattern we had expected given the public statements by number for the members of this committee we expect to be different fact i am reported as voting against mike pompeo for secretary of state but i will present to allow him to move forward now without us having to wait until eleven o'clock at night because that just seems frankly i respect the ranking members legitimate concerns about not creating precedent or infirmity but to force all of us to reconvene at eleven o'clock tonight i've spoken to johnny i know how very demanding and draining this eulogy was for him today i will vote president well that is that is what i would thank you thank you so much with that call for this is on the recommendation descend on aol to the senate until the full center with a positive recommendation we reporting to the floor and applause of wanna thank you remember this committing for the diligence they've displayed i think we've done the right thing together i want to thank senator coons statesman with that with that that completes committees business understand i ask unanimous consent that staff be authorized make technical.

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White House says it's confident in Ronny Jackson ahead of confirmation hearing

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:59 min | 2 years ago

White House says it's confident in Ronny Jackson ahead of confirmation hearing

"Of whom they worry that the service providers could discriminate for or against content that could affect the service that they get and what they pay for them mmhmm drowsy rules were introduced by the obama administration back in two thousand fifteen president trump's dr rear admiral ronnie jackson may not pass muster with some senators from both parties to become the next head of the department of veteran affairs white house press secretary sarah sanders says lawmakers are wrong to criticize jackson for not having any experiencing managing a huge organization like the via sad that you've got a few members of congress who have never managed anything more than a congressional office attacking somebody who's served our country served it admirably jackson's confirmation hearing is on wednesday residents of tewksbury and wilmington today paying tribute to longtime state representative jim kelly he passed away over the weekend and as we hear from wbz's cow stevens he had one particular admirers on beacon hill editing morning jim micheli did what he's done for decades he was at a community event the wilmington little league opening day ceremony he collapsed went into cardiac arrest passed away a short time later at the age of eighty three to the gym is sally was a character one of a kind it just don't meet a lot of people like that governor baker shared his thoughts with wbz tv he's the straightest shooter around and and he was a tremendous advocate for his community and for the things he believed in jim kelly who represented wilmington and tewksbury was first elected in nineteen seventy seven carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty sports tough night last night for both the celtics and red sox with road losses although they get an off night tonight's regroup the season box or even a two and their first round playoff series the sox opening series in terrell rondo tomorrow the bruins get back to work though and they'll hope for better results on special teams wbz's adam kaufman has the details from the ace hticket dot com sports studio bruins failed to put away the maple leafs saturday game five when they lost four three at.

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Oklahoma teachers press lawmakers for tax plan to end strike

First Morning News

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Oklahoma teachers press lawmakers for tax plan to end strike

"Minutes on seven ten w o r and the time now is coming up on five twelve the reverend al sharpton is calling on the nypd to release all the video it has of last week's police involved shootings he'd vessel was shot and killed by officers after running around crown heights brooklyn with a pipe some reports are that it was actually a piece of a shower head that he had in his hand cops and members of the community though thought it was a gun the nypd released video leading up to the shooting but not of the shooting itself video we're not seeing what the police did when did they arrive what did they get out the car what did they do what did they say you can't poison the atmosphere and then have a grand jury here they've been inundated in their minds sharpton saying cells family wants justice opening statements expected today in the sexual assault trial retrial of bill cosby jury is similar in gender and races of the makeup of the jury that deadlocked and cosby's first trial last june but the approach by prosecutors will be different since they are now allowed to call as many as five additional accusers to the witness dan andrea constant claims cosby drugged and assaulted her but he says the encounter was consensual some oklahoma school districts are saying they will remain close today as the statewide teacher walkout enters a second week correspondent sharon reed has that for us public school teachers in oklahoma i began gathering at the state capitol building in oklahoma city last monday demanding millions more from state lawmakers for higher pay and better classroom resources the head of oklahoma's largest teacher's union says state lawmakers can find the funding she says they could get one hundred and twenty million dollars a year by repealing a capital gains tax exemption and another fifty million if the governor vetoes the repeal of a proposed lodging tax sharon reed abc news president trump's choice to lead the department of veterans affairs says he has what it takes to lead the agency in his first interview since the president named him rear admiral ronnie jackson dismissed concerns that he lacks administrative experience to head the large bureaucracy correspondent stephen gander at says jackson's lack of experience could be an obstacle though for his confirmation.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WDRC

"The talk of connecticut pushing for mexico's cooperation i'm rich denison fox news president trump today saying mexico must step up to help reduce the number of people crossing the border into the us adding that many are coming into america to take advantage of the daca program they've low right through mexico they send him into the united states can't hopkins anymore the president ordered an end to the program which protects the illegal immigrants brought into the country has children from deportation but portions of that program were reinstated by the federal courts vermont senator bernie sanders says he's concerned president trump will privatize the veteran's health system this after president trump fired va secretary david schulkin last week senator sanders telling cbs's face the nation he believes wealthy donors are calling the shots i do believe that the trump administration amount of what they are now saying i think they are working on behalf of the cobra this look these are the guys coat brothers who want to privatize everything president trump to nominate white house position admiral ronnie jackson to replace schulkin at the va sixty russian diplomats expelled from the us are back in moscow the expulsions the result of moscow suspected involvement in the poisoning of an ex russian spy and his daughter in the uk i think the problem is at russia's running wild whatever we're doing is not working and the president for some reason has a hard time pushing back against putin directly republican senator lindsey graham on fox news.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"But when the va messes up you do hear about it some public is tuition every screw up is by definition news but it creates extremely distorted image of the almost almost literally ensure that the image of the in verse to it's reality well the replacement that donald trump has named admiral ronnie jackson who is the white house physician as it happens somebody this very close to me knows ronnie jackson well and work with him but and from what we understand is that he may well have been chosen because of his good chemistry with trump i mean that seems to be what's going on with trump you know if he either sycophant like on pale or you have good chemistry like runny jackson you get the job whether you're qualified or not and nobody's suggesting that ronnie jackson has ever run a huge organization like this so we'll wait and see what develops there but the one thing that caught my attention was again the oped by david shokhin there's just been booted out it makes it clear that all of this fiddling expenses and all of this stuff in the press is all being put out by these people want to get rid of him because they want to privatize the va he says quote him in recent months though the environment in washington has turned so toxic chaotic disrespectful and subversive that it became impossible for me to accomplish the important work that our veterans need and deserve so i don't know whether we'll hear more from schulkin i'm waiting to hear from the former secretary of state rex tillerson who's clearly kicked out and was very bitter about it how long can these people by their tongue and not tell the american people what a chaotic and disgraceful working environment the white house is we're also gentlemen have patriotic duty tell restaurants what they know about what they saw in what they were up against it's just it's really important you know schulkin obviously do some things that were in terms of taking every cation that seems to charge the taxpayers money for this if he shouldn't have but the amounts are trivial compared to the larger issues at stake here and.

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Judge denies Stormy Daniels' request to depose Trump

24 Hour News

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Judge denies Stormy Daniels' request to depose Trump

"For a free trial visit ringcentral dot com ringcentral communicate collaborate connect these time four thirty four well president trump continues to deny having an affair with stormy daniels a judge has rejected her attorneys effort to depose both the president and his lawyer michael cohen in the effort to get her nondisclosure agreement invalidated mike ask for a jury trial but a judge called at premature mr trump's lawyers have to compel arbitration in the case which they've said they will do once that happens naughty says he'll file the motion again president trump called roseanne barr to congratulate her on huge ratings for her shows reboot over eighteen million people and it was about us they haven't figured it out the fake news hasn't quite figured it out yet the president mentioning it in his infrastructure speech in ohio this afternoon roseanne barr is trump supporter and so is her tv character she tells good morning america she was surprised and thrilled to get a call from the white house they said home played for the president of the united states of america and you know about the most exciting thing ever the first few episodes of the show aired last night since the end of its last run more than twenty years ago wins news time four thirty five another trump cabinet secretary is out of a job and he's blaming political attacks for his undoing correspondent soccer megani has details the president's been tried to expand the veterans choice program which major vets groups worry is an unwanted step toward privatizing the va's healthcare secretary david shokhin was against privatizing and tells npr's morning edition department infighting is why he's now out of a job the political appointees that were trying to undermine our efforts at shokhin's firing was expected amid the internal rebellion and a bruising ethics scandal in a surprise move president trump's dominating shokhin's replacement rear admiral ronnie jackson the white house doctor who gave a glowing overview of his physical exam results in january wins news time for thirty six could the president's epa administrator reenacts scott pruitt is facing questions about the home he rented in washington last year which happens to be co owned by the wife of a major energy lobbyists abc news reports neither the epa nor lobbyist stephen hart will say how much pruitt paid to live at the capitol hill townhouse for most.

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New York Times, Ben Thomas Washington and Ben Thomas Thomas discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

New York Times, Ben Thomas Washington and Ben Thomas Thomas discussed on 24 Hour News

"Ap radio news i'm tim maguire federal judge in los angeles denies the man for a jury trial from stormy daniels attorney because the request was premature daniels is suing president trump and his lawyer michael cohen to overturn nondisclosure agreement she signed with cohen days before the two thousand sixteen election her lawyer says they will refile the trial motion once trump's attorneys formally demand arbitration russia's expelling the same number of diplomats from the us and other nations that they kicked out in response to the poisoning of a former russian spy and his daughter in great britain russian foreign ministry is also closing the us consulate in saint petersburg fired veterans affairs secretary david schulkin not going quietly in an opinion piece for the new york times he writes that he was undone by people in the administration pushing for privatization of many of the departments functions tells npr that they used his travel expenses scandal as a pretext to get in fired by president i think that this was really just being used in a political context to try to make sure that that i wasn't as effective as a leader moving forward trump has nominated white house position admiral ronnie jackson to replace schulkin people spend a bit more last month the ap's ben thomas thomas takes a look at the numbers the commerce department reports american saw their incomes increase a healthy four tenths of a percent in february but they're going slow when it comes to spending it consumer spending rose just two tenths of a percent last month that's the same as january and half the rate seen in december consumer spending is a key element in growth accounting for about seventy percent of economic activity and economists say the slow spending so far this year will likely mean slightly slower firstquarter growth still the slow spending is seen as temporary with consumer confidence near an eighteen year high according to the conference board's latest report this week ben thomas washington this is ap radio news.

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Family's S.U.V plungers off cliff, and death is feared to be 8

Frank Beckmann

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Family's S.U.V plungers off cliff, and death is feared to be 8

"A hundred miles an hour according to the witnesses authorities in northern california say six children from a family were killed along with their parents in a vehicle that plunged off a coastal cliff in mendocino county sheriff says jennifer heart thirty years old and they were all from woodland washington her married partner sarah heart thirty eight years old marcus heart nineteen years old jeremiah heart fourteen years old abigail heart fourteen years old and those are the five that we have located in their bodies have been identified by a family member the mendocino county sheriff says there were no skid or break marks on the road a texas mother known as the afla wednesday mom is in jail for violating terms of her bond corresponding clayton neville says that tonia couch mother of the affluential teen ethan couch fail the drug test now she's in the same jail with her drunk driving sun the nicknames came after ethan's defense team psychologist blamed affluence or a state of immense immoral privilege for it's crime tonya couch is being held in the same jail as her son is expected to be released next monday after two years behind bars for violating his probation for drunk driving crash that killed four people in two thousand fifteen the mother and son fled to mexico after ethan violated his probation clayton neville dallas president trump is going after amazon zahn on twitter he says amazon pays little or no taxes accusing them of costing the us postal service a lot of money and putting many thousands of retailers out of business that's what the president says here's correspondent alison kodjak does collect sales taxes in forty five states and the district of columbia and its annual report by the way amazon paid nine hundred fifty seven million dollars in taxes in two thousand seventeen as far as the united states postal service goes it's doing better because of amazon it's delivering more packages and actually had to add sunday delivery because it's handling so many packages president trump is dismissing the veteran secretary david schulkin he's out and has nominated here's personal doctor admiral ronnie jackson for the post bob constantini reports to fired secretary meantime is warning of a move to privatize the va on the thinnest device david shokhin is not falling through quietly he writes in.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm rita foley lane they'll be a funeral later today for twenty two year old stefan clark the unarmed black man shot dead by police in sacramento last week protesters are calling for an investigation police responding to a report about someone breaking car windows say they thought stefan clarke had a gun when they shot him meanwhile the nba sacramento kings are warning they'll be heavy security at tonight's game to prevent protestors from blocking the entrance to the arena as they have done for two previous games president trump has dumped another member of his administration veterans affairs secretary david schulkin has been fired by president trump schulkin has been in hot water since his department's inspector general released a report last month criticizing attend a european trip the secretary took with his wife and top staffers last summer he also faced a growing rebellion within the ranks at the huge department trump tweeted that he is nominated white house physician admiral ronnie jackson to replace schulkin trump says robert wilkie and under undersecretary at the defense department will serve as acting secretary until jackson is confirmed tim mcguire washington one of president trump's attorney is reportedly floated the idea of pardoning two of the president's former advisers caught up in the russia investigation attorney john dowd who recently resigned from the president's legal team denies having those conversations a historic meeting planned for april twentyseventh the leaders of north and south korea will meet in a border village there are few details about this though many around the world or hoping this will be a step toward resolving the tension over the north's nuclear program a just released government study finds that more and more american schools have armed security officers now than a decade ago this is ap radio news.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm rita foley lane they'll be a funeral later today for twenty two year old stefan clark the unarmed black man shot dead by police in sacramento last week protesters are calling for an investigation police responding to a report about someone breaking car windows say they thought stefan clarke had a gun when they shot him meanwhile the nba sacramento kings are warning they'll be heavy security at tonight's game to prevent protestors from blocking the entrance to the arena as they have done for two previous games president trump has dumped another member of his administration veterans affairs secretary david schulkin has been fired by president trump schulkin has been hot water since his department's inspector general released a report last month criticizing attend a european trip the secretary took with his wife and top staffers last summer he also faced a growing rebellion within the ranks at the huge department trump tweeted that he is nominated white house physician admiral ronnie jackson to replace schulkin trump says robert wilkie and undersecretary at the defense department will serve as acting va secretary until jackson is confirmed tim mcguire washington one of president trump's attorney knees reportedly floated the idea of pardoning two of the president's former advisers caught up in the russia investigation attorney john dowd who recently resigned from the president's legal team denies having those conversations a historic meeting planned for april twentyseventh the leaders of north and south korea will meet in a border village there are few details about this though many around the world or hoping this will be a step toward resolving the tension over the north's nuclear program a just released government study finds that more and more american schools have armed security officers now than a decade ago this is a.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on AP News

"Tuesday on abc more than two decades after the original ended its hit run and tuesday show was a ratings blockbuster eighteen point four million viewers watched the show i'm rita foley ap radio news ap radio news i'm rita foley lane they'll be a funeral later today for twenty two year old stefan clark the unarmed black man shot dead by police in sacramento last week protesters are calling for an investigation police responding to a report about someone breaking car windows say they thought stefan clarke had a gun when they shot him meanwhile the nba sacramento kings are warning they'll be heavy security tonight's game to prevent protestors from blocking the entrance to the arena as they have done for two previous games president trump has dumped another member of his administration veterans affairs secretary david schulkin has been fired by president trump schulkin has been in hot water since his department's inspector general released a report last month criticizing attend a european trip the secretary took with his wife and top staffers last summer he also faced a growing rebellion within the ranks at the huge department trump tweeted that he is nominated white house physician admiral ronnie jackson to replace schulkin trump says robert wilkie and undersecretary at the defense department will serve as acting va secretary until jackson is confirmed tim mcguire washington one of president trump's attorney is reportedly floated the idea of pardoning two of the president's former advisers caught up in the russia investigation attorney john dowd who recently resigned from the president's legal team denies having those conversations a historic meeting planned for april twentyseventh the leaders of north and south korea will meet in a border village there are few details about this though many around the world or hoping this will be a step toward resolving the tension over the north's nuclear program a just released government study finds that more and more american schools have armed security officers now than a decade ago this is ap radio news.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm rita foley they'll be a funeral later today for twenty two year old stefan clark the unarmed black man shot dead by police in sacramento last week protesters are calling for an investigation police responding to a report about someone breaking car windows say they thought stefan clarke had a gun when they shot him meanwhile the nba sacramento kings are warning they'll be heavy security tonight's game to prevent protestors from blocking the entrance to the arena as they have done for two previous games president trump has dumped another member of his administration veterans affairs secretary david schulkin has been fired by president trump schulkin has been hot water since his department's inspector general released a report last month criticizing attend a european trip to secretary took with his wife and top staffers last summer he also faced a growing rebellion within the ranks at the huge department trump tweeted that he is nominated white house physician admiral ronnie jackson to replace schulkin trump says robert wilkie and under secretary at the defense department will serve as acting secretary until jackson is confirmed tim mcguire washington one of president trump's attorney ernie's reportedly floated the idea of pardoning two of the president's former advisers caught up in the russia investigation attorney john dowd who recently resigned from the president's legal team denies having those conversations a historic meeting planned for april twentyseventh the leaders of north and south korea will meet in a border village there are few details about this though many around the world or hoping this will be a step toward resolving the tension over the north's nuclear program a just released government study finds that more and more american schools have armed security officers now than a decade ago this is ap radio news.

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Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses

John Gibson

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses

"News intelligence abuse probe on jack callaghan fox news there will be an investigation into alleged abuse of the pfizer court by the fbi at the request of the attorney general and members of congress the inspector general for the department of justice will lead a review examining the department's compliance with pfizer court request from house intelligence committee republicans alleged misuse of the pfizer court by doj and fbi officials to secure intelligence warrants a trump campaign adviser is part of the russia investigation democrats on the committee called those allegations cherrypicked in misleading blogs with jared halpern in washington there's been another departure from the president's cabinet veterans affairs secretary david schulkin being replaced after controversy arose about a trip that he his wife and top staffers took overseas it cost taxpayers more than one hundred thousand dollars and much of it was spent hud sightseeing president announcing his new va pick is navy rear admiral ronnie jackson been the white house physician for the last several years south korean officials say north korean leader kim jong un will be north south korea's president moon jae in at a border village on april twentyseventh it will be only the third summit ever between the koreas and could lead to a meeting in may between kim and president trump south carolina senator lindsey graham telling fox news.

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Venezuela AG says 68 dead after riot, fire at police station

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Venezuela AG says 68 dead after riot, fire at police station

"Bbc news with justin green sixty eight people have died in venezuela following a fire under riot at a police station and the city of valencia reports say the high number of those killed was most likely due to a fire which started after inmates ignited mattresses as they tried to break out a lawyer for the kenyan opposition medina guna says his client was dragged an injured when he was deported to buy the lawyer cliff i'm beta said a team of lawyers had gone to nairobi airport where guna was being held to serve court papers on the police ordering his release but mr and betas that they were also attacked the nobel peace prize winner malala yousafzai has returned to pakistan for the first time since being shot by taliban militants nearly six years ago malala who's now age twenty was shot in the head by gunman for campaigning for female education the south korean news agency says president moon jaein will meet the north korean leader kim jong un on april the twenty seventh the date was announced after officials from north and south korea held talks about the summit in the border village of pamunjom president trump has sacked his veteran affairs secretary david schulkin he's nominated the white house physician rear admiral ronnie jackson to the post british prime minister is touring the united kingdom on thursday tomorrow the one year run up to britain's official departure from the european union theresa may's expected to talk to be amount her vision of unity free trade and future economic prosperity the country remains deeply divided about the referendum result a chief sponsor of crooked australia has ended its contract because of the ball tampering scandal the fund manager mcgowan said recent events inconsistent with the company's values the sporting goods from act terminated its relationship with david warner and cameron bancroft two of the players involved bbc news you're listening to the thought show on the bbc world service i'm jordan dunbar and i'm newsy mcneil coming up as machines merge into our lives in ever more intimate ways how do we know the technology recreating is going to do the right thing but before that here's kit lomborg.

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"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"admiral ronnie jackson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Cool and it's funny how are like drudge and several the other sites that approach rob they talk about his health and his cognitive tests that he took on cnn they're like doctors debated on how many cognitive tests they should give him at it's all about his cognitive well this is what dr ronnie jackson at the say we picked warns there was a little bit more involved it was a longer is there he was the more difficult one of all of them it it took significantly ordered to complete where are the prison dates in exceedingly well on it so that was not driven it all by political concerns i have it was driven by the president's wishes in a heated weller so the president asked for for this the president did what now who is the stock it well he's us navy rear admiral ronnie jackson jackson he took a very in a indepth thirty uh question task thing for the cognitive and apparently he was thirty four thirty right so he thirty four thirty so that means they said we don't think he needs even take anything more than this he's taken is thirty a and b passenger flying colors so for us to go out there and do anything it's a waste of time he seems to be fine and this is this is the test you administer to people if you're looking to see if there you know or early onset dementia alzheimer's and it showed none of that so we not crazy but how can that paycheck it's.

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