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"andrew burgess" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | Last week

"andrew burgess" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Information on touchless faucets in toilets. Another way to help safeguard your family from Cove in 19. I'm Mary Vandeveld from the IDA traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. Illinois saying the highest number of corona virus cases since mid May, the state reporting today 3059 new cases and 32 additional death. The positivity rate is 3.7% and a new daily record set for covert cases in Wisconsin, Wisconsin reported more than 3100 new cases today, a record high There were also nine more deaths. The statewide positivity rate is at 17.1%, Also in Wisconsin. At least two inmates at the same prison died after contracting Cove in 19 both were in their sixties. Wisconsin is opening a field hospital outside of Milwaukee to deal with a surge of cases. The 500 bed facility at the state Fair Grounds was built in April but hasn't been needed until now. Lauren, LAPD, A W G and News. The owner of a suburban medical supply company has been charged with illegally price gouging customers who wanted to buy N 95 math during the pandemic. Prosecutors say 60 year old Cry Cor to Pu Z and Honecker was marking at the mass 367% he faces up to a year in prison. Ah planned attack on Michigan's governor has been thwarted Andrew Burgess, U. S attorney for the Western District of Michigan, last night, the FBI And Michigan State police arrested six individuals charged in a federal complaint. With conspiring to kidnap The governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer, six men face federal charges. Seven others face state charges as well. The criminal complaint says the men who were part of a militia group called with Wolverine watchman were angry about Whitman's cove in 19 mandates. They allegedly scouted the governor's vacation home plan to use a Taser and even plotted to blow up a bridge to distract police. All are now in custody. Mayor Life of blames the attack on Whitmer on the president, she says she's also dealt with threats, people. Feeling like they have license to make what I regard as real threats when somebody's calling in the middle of the night repeatedly, um that's an issue and then only happened Since Donald Trump has been trying to attack me personally. Whitmer also slamming President Trump's refusal to condemn white supremacy, which each which she suggests led to the kidnapping plot. It appears Hurricane Delta will be a Category two storm when it reaches the Louisiana coast tomorrow evening, National Hurricane senior specialist Stacey Stewart says that.

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"andrew burgess" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"andrew burgess" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"Good morning. I'm Jay Sherman and welcome to your political playbook audio briefing. Stay tuned after the show for a message from jewel labs. And I'm Anna Palmer a hearing with John dean a star of the Watergate era, a package of civil contempt resolutions against administration. Officials like AIG Bill bar. Welcome to the House Democrats non-impeachment impeachment campaign, it would be foolish to believe that impeachment hungry. Democrats be pacified by voting his lap, the attorney general or Dom, again, the former White House counsel on the wrist and it'll be equally as foolhardy to believe that in the American public weary of removing the president will be brought along to impeachment by listening to dean an eighty year old opponent of the president, who's last White House counsel, forty six years ago, we have to imagine that there are several generations of Americans who have only the faintest idea of who dean is. But this is what House Democratic leadership strategy is to keep impeachment at bay action heat moving pieces a process to keep Democrats from feeling like. The top of the is sitting on its hands. We saw yesterday just how much democratic leadership wants to stay away from impeachment. House minority whip Jim Clyburn of South Carolina told Jake tapper on Sunday. He thought congress was heading toward a peaching Trump when he returned to the capital Monday evening, he told Heather cable and Sarah ferris this, I'm probably farther away from impeachment than anybody in our caucus. We will not get out in front of our committees. We will see what the committees come up with I've said that forever when he was asked, whether he thought impeachment was inevitable clobbered said, no truth be told the impeachment caucus has swelled the New York Times has fifty six Democrats, saying they are ready to impeach Trump. That's still less than a quarter of the caucus, but more than it was last week. Remember this people doubted speaker, Nancy, Pelosi's whipping abilities when she ran for the speakership, she ended up winning the job without breaking much sweat if she truly sticks with her current stance. Democrats should not seek to impeach the president. So employees, those same skills, and keeping Democrats from forcing her hand. And finally, the house passed the nineteen point one billion dollar disaster relief Bill last night, which is now set for Trump's signature congress will up the out tomorrow afternoon with a number of members like to France for the anniversary of d day, Trump's five percent tariff on Mexico scheduled to go into effect Monday, six days from now, congress doesn't seem to have time or energy to block the president. Andrew Burgess Everett and Sabrina Rodriguez report. Trump aids are scrambling to contain a trade war, while Burgess has the latest, the president could face a Republican rebuke, if you push forward on tariffs, meanwhile, in London, the present will hold an eight forty five AM News conference with outgoing Prime Minister Theresa may Trump this morning, sitting with maize that he predicted a quote, very substantial trade deal with the UK, according to the White House pool. I don't know exactly what you're timing is. Trump told may but stick around, let's do this deal may, it's gone on Friday. The president gave Prince Philip a personalized airforce one jacket according to the pool. And we've got a I in playbook AARP and the Des Moines Register are partnering for a number of democratic presidential forms across Iowa between July fifteenth through July twentieth. So far twenty candidates have agreed to participate. Each candidate will have twenty five minutes on stage in cities like Cedar Rapids council. Bluffs Davenport, Des Moines and Sioux City, the events are invitation. Only we'll be for AARP members two hundred two hundred fifty islands will attend each event. AARP has also invited President Donald Trump to speak with its members before the general Alex is, is that has a piece up about how Trump is trying to broaden the twenty twenty map by making inroads New Hampshire Nevada, and New Mexico. The strategy show significant cash advantage, but also underscored the problems. He's facing in the rust belt the New York Times is a piece up about Jared Kushner Singa problem with Trump's fundraising, but not everybody agrees. Here's what's on tap for Trump's Tuesday after his press conference with Theresa May. He and first lady Milana. Troubled tour, the Churchill war rooms this evening. The participate in a reception dinner and signing the guestbook with Prince Charles and Camilla Parker the duchess of Cornwall subscribed to playbook at politico dot com slash playbook. 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"andrew burgess" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"andrew burgess" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Great food. Good sports. Oh. BBC News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter. President Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon is over without reaching a deal to end North Korea's nuclear weapons program. Trump told reporters and Hanoi the deal-breaker was Cam wanting the US and all economic sanctions before committing to specifically getting rid of his nukes. The president is now headed back to Washington. Meanwhile, Trump is slamming his former longtime attorneys congressional testimony during an overnight news conference in Hanoi. Tropic is Michael Cohen of lying lot in yesterday's appearance before the house oversight committee. He didn't lie about one thing. He said no collusion with the Russian hoax. And I said, I wonder why he didn't just lie about that too. Like he did about everything else. I mean, he lied about so many different things. And I was actually impressed that he didn't say, well, I think there was collusion for this reason or that he didn't say that he said, no collusion. Cohen called Trump a con man and a racist and coups the president of committing crimes while in office. Trump also ripped the committee for holding fake hearing more Americans are filing. For an employment benefits, the department of labor reporting this morning, there were two hundred twenty five thousand first time claims up from two hundred sixteen thousand in the previous week economists had expected claims to rise to two hundred twenty thousand new filings the four week moving average of claims which is more of a measure of the labor trend fell by seven thousand to two hundred twenty nine thousand rising floodwaters are surrounding a town in northern California along California surging Russian river. The town of gern villas, cutoff, typically, riverside attraction. It's now when I wind one that shrinking is the rising waters creep higher submerging buildings and cars NBC's Joe fryer, the reference Inova county crested Wednesday night at over forty five feet. People been using kayaks and canoes to get around a spokesman for the sonoma's county emergency operation center says about two thousand homes and buildings have been flooded. County officials are asking governor to declare state of emergency more rain in the forecast this weekend. You're listening to the latest from NBC. News Radio Pakistan is making a move. There could cool down rising tensions with India. Correspondent bills for has the latest the situation has been escalating in recent days with India and Pakistan. Both staging airstrikes during one of those strikes to Indian warplanes were shot down in a pilot captured Pakistan now says it will release the captured Indian pilot on Friday in a gesture of peace. The two countries have been at odds ever since a car bombing in Kashmir that killed dozens of Indian security personnel. India claims Pakistan is harboring the terrorist group that is responsible bills. Infor NBC News Radio a Michigan man is facing up to five years in federal prison for threatening to kill US Senator. Cory Booker, New Jersey. US attorney Andrew Burgess says Rick Simmons has pleaded guilty to a charge of making interstate threat. Simmons left a voicemail at broker's office in cannon New Jersey last October threatening to kill the democratic presidential hopeful Georgia could be. Become the forty seconds state to allow farmers to grow him. John Jeffries has more on the story from Atlanta the house on Wednesday sale the Bill through that would clear the way for farmers to, cultivate, the weed Canepa dial or CBD as it is known is imported from other states and legal in the US. If it contains less than three tenths of a percent of THC, which is the component that gets people. High CBD is used in various capsules and creams and already sold a nutrition stores. The Bill now heads to the Senate. There's also a separate Bill.

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"andrew burgess" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"andrew burgess" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Every. Watch out who your child. I'm joking. But we. Yeah. And even looks at Mary like villas boy. He gets. He gets mad. Yeah. He gets. He gets pissed at Mary in the in the mood because he's gotten what is like to be a child. So so when when Mary comes around, and she starts, you know, showing the kids all the magic that she can do the dad is kind of like you got my shit again. Should be giving them. But it's all because you know, they all forgotten. What is like? And that's that's really what we see this theme all the time. But I actually like it right here because you know, with with Emily blunt her version in the movie of is not a repeat of Julie Andrews, her performance the way, she plays this version, she yes, she says, the she was she plays this version of her is she plays it with like almost cheerful arrogance is like, you know, because she does have this look about like, you know, these dumb S comes. She's like like I say she looks like only want to be here. But some somebody these kids otherwise they did man. Fuck them up. But she's she's more of a person that plays like Julie Andrews was really more kind of a Loof. She was wrapped up in the fun. Julie Andrews played her with, you know, in a fun way. More fun spirit this Mary Poppins that we see here's more of a she's a she disciplines more. Yes. She does. She's not quite nanny fee, but it is like Julia Andrus. I would think would be from the first book. And this is this is this is Poppins seven later who's been through a lot of families and seeing. Just like I got time. I know it's all going to before you do it. No. Yeah. You know, the first the first Julie Andrews, Julie Andrews Burgess, all right kids down with all have snacks. This birds. The very tired. And her stories about the. Can we get snacks, man disaster? No, you know, what? But really with what she's doing here the way that she the way that she is playing this this Mary Poppins. It's a great allegory for how children see certain adults for how children's seem maybe their parents. If the parents are really cool, you know because in with the. With this the way, they look up to her way in the way, people the way she because what she does is. She always says when something happens and the kids like we went to this place with adults we're talking and the colors came out. And we we we know flowers dancing around and tell them tell him Mary's what happened in she's like, I don't know. Maybe..

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"andrew burgess" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"andrew burgess" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"North and South Korea have announced that they will fix transport links between the two countries allowing travel between the divided peninsula for the first time since the Korean war in the nineteen fifties. However, the Indika Rian rail and road projects may fall foul of sanctions regulations, the United Nations, Security council imposed broad sanctions on John Young and effort to pressure it to abandon its nuclear, and missile programs and wealth, Kim Jong, UN and Donald Trump of established good relations. Washington is very firm about maintaining measures against North Korea as negotiations continue because otherwise they would be no leverage to get the north to abide by its pledge to scrap its nuclear weapons. We'll the conciliatory approach by south career affect the chances of that happening. Joining us on the line is Andrew Burgess senior research associate at the middle brands to toot of international studies hundred. Thanks for coming on. If Washington has the stick, soul is definitely waving the carrot what other concessions have been offered to Pyongyang. Young by Seoul, the the South Koreans have really embarked on ambitious program of dialogue Heeren. And part of that has involved demonstrating that there is good faith surrounding the dial process. North Korea's repeatedly insisted that it expects those sort of good faith measures to be exhibited by both sides. So souls been doing that actively an economic measures light road and rail projects are right at the forefront that Kim Jong UN complained about the state of North Korea's roads and rail networks right at the outset of his meeting. One of his first meetings actually with with moon Jae-in. So that has has been part of this discussion for some time. But we also see more sort of good faith efforts being made in terms of our reunion of separated families or the potential reinvigoration of tourism projects, for instance. So there are quite a number of things that soul is looking at to help. That atmosphere that North Korea insists, it needs to move further forward to violate sanctions. With the road and rail projects. You know the the announcement of future intentions to have that doesn't, of course. But if you were to actually embark on really comprehensive attempt or even a non comprehensive attempt to upgrade North Korea's road and rail infrastructure, you would undoubtedly run across sanctions at some stage. So how SOLAS going to manage that. I'm not exactly sure they might go to the UN Security Council for exemptions that something they've not always done. So you know, it really could be that they try to make legal argument that this is in the gray space in, therefore they don't need approval, but I would find it hard to envision a project that does what Seoul says it will that will not violate sanctions what's behind the determination than of South Korea to continue building these links. It again comes back to that that dialogue atmosphere and creating momentum to have progressively deeper conversations with North Korea. That result in an alleviated, the security tensions on the cream peninsula and Seth career looks at the situation rather differently than the US. So you know, it sees the way to better security relations as coming through a much broader, a positive change in inter-korean relations. Whereas the United States looks at the key to improving security relations on the cream peninsula as being North Korean disarmament. So it's really quite a different vision for how the situation can be improved. But if you look at it from Seoul's perspective, they've got to improve that much broader gambit of things before the security issues going to get better. And can they continue playing the good cop without dumbing relations with the US will that's precisely. The question is, how far can they go with their own vision of improved? Inter-korean ties before the relationship between Seoul and the and the US strained, and it's important to note that the United States has done. It's fair share already to stream the US Senate career relationship as well. President Trump stood up in the Singapore summit and made an announcement that military exercises would be postponed or cancelled for the moment and that you know from everything that I've understood seems to have been without consultation with South Korea..

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