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"ali morgan" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Five thousand dollars at the undis-. Counted rate of nearly nine percent later clarified. How much he cares by telling Bloomberg news. And I quote, we're aware painfully aware that there are hardships inflicted on the individual workers. Now, according to the TSA salary for screeners can range from twenty three to thirty five thousand dollars, which means that seven hundred million dollars net worth Wilbur Ross has enough money to live on screeners top salary for about twenty thousand years. What if government workers can't get alone? Loan already living on the edge. As many are what happens when the bills come due. Well, President Trump had an answer for that today. Does your presidency Wilbur Ross said that he didn't understand what pedaled workers need help getting food? You can you understand the habit? I haven't heard the statement. But I do understand perhaps you should have said it differently. Local people know who they are where they go for groceries and everything else. And I think what will always probably trying to say is that they will work along, I know banks of working along if you have mortgages, the Borghese the mortgage the folks collecting the interest and all of those things they work alone. And that's what happens in dime like this. They know the people they've been dealing with them for years, and they work along the grocery store, and I think that's probably what Wilbur Ross. Wilbur Ross was watching the Andy Griffith show and Barney fife didn't have work, and he went to the grocery store and everybody knows Barney five, and they all know him the local banks, of course, they gave him a mortgage. They give him alone. They gave them free grocery stores. That's what happens it's kind of like a friendly landlord. The president has talked about on other occasions. Always ready to give you more time to pay. Just like he always did when he was a landlord perhaps you should tell that to Ali Morgan field who still going to work is still not getting paid and still forced to worry as he keeps us all safe. How it might feel when he gets a victim more now and all of this and what the president is doing about it or not doing about. It was seen as Caitlyn Collins who joins us now from the White House. So you've got some new reporting on the likelihood of the president declaring a national emergency. What what is the latest? Yeah. Anderson CNN has SC. Lucidly attained this document that shows the White House has prepared a draft for the president to declare a national emergency to build his border wall into funded. If congress doesn't give him the funding now White House officials say that this is still. An option for them. But right now, it's not their top option. But clearly Anderson the fact that this draft exists and has been edited as recently in recent days shows that White House officials still think it's a real possibility that the president could bypass congress and use this national emergency to build his border wall. And the president alluded to that today when reporters were in the room when him with him when he was asked like about Wilbur Ross's comments. He also said that it this doesn't work out with Democrats that he will pursue other options to build his border wall. The president never. Here's negative comments that his own people are making that are widely covered. But he seems to hear just about everything else. That's going on in the universe on television. Do the president. And his advisors seem concerned that six Republicans supported the Democrats plans today and the Senate and did they think they're new pro rated down payment proposal is actually viable well right now. And there is it's at least a plan, which is some progress where they've been in recent days..
"ali morgan" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Today. Good evening tomorrow is once again, a payday in name only for eight hundred thousand Americans who work for the federal government tonight. President Trump was asked about it. Federal workers for missing another paycheck. I loved them. I respect them. I really appreciate the great job. They're doing they many of those people that are not getting paid are totally in favor of what we're doing totally in favor of what we're doing. So say if the president he spoke to reporters after a pair bills to reopen the government failed in the Senate and other Republican measure got fewer votes than the democratic one. He talked about that. And also about his decision to do what house speaker Nancy Pelosi wanted him to do which is postponed. The state of the union message. We begin though as we did last night and has will keep on doing by bringing you the state of the union as seen by our fellow Americans will bring you that. And the let them eat wall message. They're getting from the president and members of his administration message one from the commerce secretary. You're nobody. Put it in for spectacle. You're talking about eight hundred thousand workers in well, I feel sorry for the individuals that have hardship cases eight hundred thousand workers if they never got their pay which is not the case, they will eventually get it. But if they never got it if talking about a third of a percent on her GDP, so it's not like it's a gigantic number overall. Not like, it's a gigantic number overall. This message came to you from commerce secretary Wilbur Ross who'd made a custom pair of velvet slippers with the seal of the Commerce Department on them. I'm not kidding. It actually happened. I don't even think Mr. burns on the Simpsons wear slippers like that. So that's the message from Wilbur Ross who's worth an estimated seven hundred million dollars to him eight hundred thousand unpaid public servants are essentially a rounding error keeping him on his perhaps the secretaries to tell that to Atlanta TSA officer Ali Morgan field. Reporter Chris James got to know him recently and spoke within the day. He went to apply for food stamps. Work at hartsfield-jackson airport been there for sixteen years with TSA. I liked the job. And I like what I'm doing? But. I'm worried about being paid and word about if I can get through this feeling bad. Visit the first time you're going to get food stamps yet. You technically still have a job. Yes. That is. The funny part. Oh, I'm just hopefully, I can get. You know, you gotta laugh about it. Because it's funny. You never see yourself doing this. What's your biggest fear right now part? Would I be here? What being Paris Mugniyah bit me? This ain't goes longer. Seventeen to three weeks. We've goes into the fourth. Will he be embarrassed? He wonders when they evict me, this is a man who still going to work every day. Would you could you with the bills coming in? I mean, it's all the bit. Puzzling to secretary Ross who wonders why people earning zero dollars or having such a tough time of it. Mister secretary of their reports that there are some federal workers who are going to homeless shelters to get food. Well, a no they are an I don't really quite understand why. Because as I mentioned before the the obligations that they would undertake say of borrowing from the Bank or credit union are in effect. Federally guaranteed. So the thirty days of pay that some people will be out. There's no real reason why they shouldn't be able to get a loan against it. That's the commerce secretary just to make it clear, you're working, I'm not paying you. And there's no telling when I will. So you should go to a Bank or credit union and persuade them to lend you money, and then you should pay interest on that money. Unless of course, you're a contractor, and you're not going to get paid back for lost time owned, by the way secretary Ross's department. They have a credit union, which is offering emergency loans up to.
"ali morgan" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Service from the nfcc if you're talking about it you're talking about news talk five fifty k of why the phillies talk station we started by the way i in the chris meryl show welcome back or tech director in his back place to have their bag very good executive producers ali morgan and i'm joined now by john nebraska for grand canyon planning and invited jonah because we just had a milestone desist nasdaq just hit six thousand whoa whoa whoa where's where's the firework fireworks all right i'm thinking back to win the dow was six thousand because many of us remember the dow being at six thousand and then this meteorite rise that we've had over the course of the last twenty years or so twenty five i guess what he goes up course comes down and their hits back up again but this is a big deal for nasdaq to be six thousand right yeah give you a quick a quick run down on a little bit of history about the nasdaq if you think about going back oh a little more than twenty years ago are even longer if you'd like to go back in nineteen ninety five the index closed above one thousand the nasdaq first time while back in nineteen ninety five and by nineteen ninety eight at least two thousand and then there was a tremendous rally we all may remember it had to do with what's called the dot com era yes it all the way through nineteen ninety nine in two thousand when it at over five thousand believe it or not back in march tenth of two thousand well here we are now seventeen years later we've exceeded that five thousand but there had been a lot of trials and tribulations of course that occurred during that seventeen years dropping down as low as eleven hundred and eight back in two thousand and two when the dot com bobble head go what a tremendous run we pat now fifteen years we see the market above six thousand now the nasdaq and that's you know basically five five time or more what it was it's gotta be we're what three times what it was when we had the the crash well that yeah you know interestingly enough if you think about it the nasdaq dropped down to it low.