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German Conservatives Mull Merkel Succession
"Germany indeed the whole of the european union is preparing for an era beyond the leadership of chancellor angela markle and this weekend the contours of the battle to lead our party became clearer. Mrs merkel's christian democratic union or cd you along with its sister party. The s you have lead the country for four consecutive terms and the two party leaders themselves. The heads of germany's two most populous states are now vying to replace her arm unless it the cd. You chair has already announced his intention to run out pursued on ehab forty to get touch longest mid and undug yesterday. Mark zeltser leads the. Su threw his hat in the ring. Status vian an essay and germany's state-led corona virus response has come into question as cases have risen faster than vaccinations legislation. That's under review would wrest control back from the states and shape a federal covid nineteen response that creates a potent political mix for two candidates with differing leadership of their home states but the best part of the year. These two men have been engaged. In the sort of war of attrition conducted mainly through the media criticizing each other's approaches to corona virus suggesting that their respective approaches have been more appropriate. Tom novel is the economists. Berlin bureau chief and this of course is a sort of proxy war for the decision for which of them is going to lead the two parties into the federal election in september and therefore most likely succeed. I'm gonna mock chancellor now we've spoken about both of them before on the show but let's quickly go through each of them. Tell me more about arlette. I'm going to lash. It was elected leader of the christian democratic union. The main center right party in germany in january he is also the leader of north rhine-westphalia. And that's germany's big
"arlette" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Arlette Signs was following the violent campaign in Delaware when the news broke Tuesday. Tomorrow We expect that she will be here in Wilmington, appearing alongside Joe Biden for the first time. As his vice presidential pick. They will be doing an event giving remarks here in Wilmington, Delaware. And then right after that, they are participating in a grassroots virtual fundraiser the first time that they will be connecting with their supporters. Woman, Ellen Omar of Minnesota has survived a stiff Democratic primary challenge from a well funded opponent who tried to make An issue over national celebrity Tuesday. Omar, seeking her second term in November, defeated Antoine Melton, mule attorney and mediator, raised millions and anti Omer money and victory means Omar is nearly certain too easily won a second term in November 19 has led to an increased interest in mainland voting when the postmaster general is proposing a big price increase for those balance when the Kenyan explained Mr Joy, President Trump's appointee is proposing a hike from 20 cents 2 55 Have sense. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's Crying fell. The postmaster general is saying we should triple the rate of cost to vote by mail. What a despicable irrigation of democracy humor questions. What is his rationale? It's to discourage people from voting. He ought to be ashamed of himself. The proposal comes as the president continues to try to discourage mail in voting, while critics described the rate high gas an unconstitutional poll tax. Linda Kenyan washing the death toll from a natural gas explosion that destroyed three row houses in Baltimore has climbed to 27.
"arlette" Discussed on WJR 760
"More people probably died of the flu I think it's just everybody's kind of overreacting I know you just gotta be cautious you just gotta wash your hands you know just worry about your surroundings I gotta say this is you know it's my personal opinion but you can just clean your area wash your hands as much as you can don't try to touch your face and all you can everybody does that but just make a little bit out of proportion it is primary day in Michigan Michigan boosted Bernie Sanders and twenty sixteen and his presidential bid four years later the state could either revive his campaign or relegate him to the role of protest candidate correspondent Arlette signs reports from the Joe Biden campaign what adviser tells me that they believe in Michigan will be close they pointed to Bernie Sanders upset victory back there in twenty sixteen as well as the fact that he's been organizing on the ground for quite some time a poll yesterday showed Biden leading in the state by fifteen points for the campaign does think that it will be close there there are a couple points we all should keep in mind as we attempt to vote in today's primary if you want to vote but have not yet registered you can still do so today but you'll have to go in person to your city or township clerk's office make sure that you have a proof of residency with you you can then get registered I still have until eight o'clock tonight to cast your ballot remember when you go to vote you'll be asked to show a photo ID however if you do not have one you will still be allowed to cast a ballot if you sign an affidavit attesting to you're done with it if you voted by absentee ballot and I want to have that ballot voided you're out of luck there is no election day option to have it canceled gene Fogle WJR news of plastic surgeon from Ohio's been accused of drugging and then sexually abusing women and then recording the assaults federal prosecutors say forty nine year old Manisha Gupta of Sylvania Ohio runs to plastic surgery offices in the Toledo area and one in Taylor Michigan court records don't indicate whether any of the women were patients but prosecutors said some were escorts Gupta faces life in prison if he's convicted WJAR news time to formal update traffic and weather next if.
"arlette" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of violence deal promised by the Taliban in Afghanistan is about to begin correspondent Barbara Starr at the defense department reports it's hoped the agreement could lead to a broader peace deal and eventually the drawdown of American troops twelve thousand troops there now they hope to bring it down to eighty six hundred or so but don't count on US troops fully leaving any time soon they still want to keep US troops in the region in Afghanistan to fight against terrorists and the Taliban one all US troops out of the country so there is still potentially a very long way to go nervous still wrong in the stock markets on corona virus the Dow is down two hundred fifty one the democratic presidential candidates in Nevada tomorrow the caucuses will be held there correspondent Arlette sends has more and what the candidates have been up to these democratic contenders have been on the ground here in Nevada for the past week making their final pitch to voters and Bernie Sanders still remains the front runner nationally and he is hoping for a strong finish here Elizabeth Warren has also been campaigning hard here in Nevada and she's taken aim at Michael Bloomberg with a forceful criticism of the former New York City mayor who isn't even competing here in the state the jurors in the heart of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial in New York are expected to hear a reading of more trial testimony from actress Annabel of C. or a correspondent gene scissor as reports that testimony is meant to support another accusers allegations she is within the predatory.
2020 Democrats make final pushes ahead of Iowa caucus
"Democrats making their final campaign pushes before the Iowa caucuses correspondent Arlette sends has Joe Biden's argument to voters heading into Monday night's caucuses Joe Biden has been consistent in his message he's essentially for in this race as a match up between himself and president trump urging I went to caucus for him because he believes that the president is most concerned about facing him in a general election Biden has also preached a message of unity arguing that he is the Democrats who could feel the country as
The Democrats' Leftward Move
"Cnn's arlette signs who's following the biden campaign arlette is team biden happy that trump is now sparring with biden once again well came by team see for the president trump's willingness to engage with joe biden as just another sign that he is concerned about biden becoming the democratic nominee and having to face off against tim in the fall as her colleagues over the white house have reported biden's advise or sorry trump's advisors have warned him against going after a joe biden bringing him up unwarranted because they don't want to elevate the former vice president a any further but not interview that exchange that he has her colleague chris cuomo biden is really trying to reassure voters that he is ready to take on president trump despite that uneven debate performance where he was drawing friendly fire from his fellow democrats like commonly harris so biden in that interview really trying to just reinforce that notion the he is the best person prepared to take on president trump he also in that interview was pushing against this idea that there is they left word tilt in the democratic party by describing himself as center left he thinks democrats are more in line with that center left view which also what do you think about it could also play into a general election argument as it is hoping the he could pick up some those previous trump
"arlette" Discussed on KTOK
"Us for that on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. A lot of things going on this week. I guess everybody wants to get him in before the big Turkey day week on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Cheryl's joining us. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. Hi. Yeah. Hey, I've got a question that occurred. Oh, have my love on got these thick. Housi- warm Isotoner on and. I had grabbed my firearm right now. I don't know how well I could do. I mean, I wouldn't be able to get my finger in the trigger guard. No. Got from suggestions or? Outerwear for claw. Well other than. Won't leave any fingerprints behind. And you know, I have not done a thing where we should we I I've done a thing where you know, you're wearing layers and how to hide the gun better with all the layers that you're wearing. I'm trying to keep my hands on cold. But it's very if I had to protect myself right now wouldn't attack this time to take my glove. Yes. Hang on bad guy. Wait a minute. Let me get my glove off. All right now, I'm ready to engage with you. You're going. I never thought about it. Oh, good. Well, you know, I haven't either quite honestly because it seldom gets cold enough to need gloves around here. Arlette is now is now let me put some thought to that one Cheryl. I haven't done an episode on it. But there are plenty of weeks to com. Newsradio one thousand Katie. Okay..
"arlette" Discussed on WTVN
"The page to September year. Flies by, in it's nothing you can do to stop it of course we just try to hang on as well of course yesterday a couple, of different drug related stories of one of which had to do with the Ross. Correctional Institute another just in general they were. Twelve OD's in a very short period of time earlier in the week. So there are health. Officials working on that Locally and nationally we now know Arlette. Signs with more a new Justice department, training video called fence and all the real. Deal will teach first. Responders how to protect themselves when they encountered. The deadly, synthetic opioid and what to do if they. Or others, are exposed this comes just days after nearly thirty people including prison guards nurses and inmates were treated for possible drug exposure inside an, Ohio prison Jeff Graham the CEO of the hospital where some people were taken says. The cause of the incident is under investigation Ben assessing, and treating each patient Arlette signs ABC. News Washington we know to the fed is getting involved in energized anti-marijuana according to a BuzzFeed, news report this morning federal agencies. Are asked, to be putting together negative trends on marijuana and, its threats with it, being done, under the marijuana policy coordination committee they say, in a nutshell there is a. Lot of positive push partial one-sided inaccurate how they call it in favor of marijuana in this country so they say the goal of the marijuana policy coordination, committee is to quote turn the tide on increasing marijuana use and I guess it's because so many states now we're voting it through whether medicinal or recreational and there really isn't much. Pushback I mean you hear all kinds of bad about, smoking tobacco but marijuana very little you know when it comes to inhaling smoke, lung, cancer, any of that kind of stuff so looks like there's going, to be a little turn on that have Seen some stats that this weekend Labor Day weekend is going, to be very busy on the. Road also, in our nation's skies just keep this in mind, if you're flying this, weekend going, anywhere a poll from h. b. HSBC this, morning British Bank it says that. One in fifty people met the love of their life during a. Flight They say, one in seven made a lasting friendship while flying and sixteen percent of people have made a solid business connection there. Is an app that's going to try to keep furthering that it's called in-flight oh it has a chat function that allows communication between pilots and passengers but also promotes conversation between people on board so maybe just. At random sat down beside you and I believe in, flight at first sight in love at first sight and. All that. Stuff so who would have thought one in fifty love of their life during a flight.
White House slams Omarosa over her book
"Downtown Orlando we have to in metro west little bit of light rain, in south west Orange County Otherwise quite a bit for you back in five. Minutes with presidential legal counsel. Jay Secolo and. Rudy Giuliani filling in for Sean you definitely don't want to miss it. The White House says President Trump has doubled the tariffs on steel and aluminum. Coming from the country of Turkey, our Washington watchdog Jamie Dupree two point oh explaining with his
6 arrests made in failed plot to assassinate Venezuelan president
"WGN radio on tune in it is two o'clock or thereabouts here's Vic. Vaughn thank you Brian it's mostly, cloudy seventy six degrees, at O'Hare federal federal. Authorities are investigating lead, pollution in Indiana, WGN's Roger badesch. Reports northwestern Indiana steel mill is. A major source of industrial leaden benzene emissions and regulators aren't sure where the pollution, ends, up Chicago, Tribune analyzed. Federal. Records about our seller Mattel's burns harbor mill they found the mill released nearly. Eighteen thousand pounds of lead at one hundred. Seventy three thousand pounds of benzene in twenty sixteen the. PA is investigating. Roger badesch WGN news the US will reimpose its first round of sanctions on Iran since President Trump announced, the withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement ABC's. Arlette assigned his at the White House the Iran nuclear. Deal brokered by, President Obama lifted the sanctions but today the first round of sanctions against Iran snap back, into place ninety, days after President Trump withdrew from the agreement, the sanctions include those on Iran buying US dollars and on trading. Gold and, other. Precious metals the. US is also, ending arounds ability to export. Carpet sin foods into the US the number of. Dead in last night's, magnitude seven. Point zero earthquake in Lombok Indonesia now stands at ninety one more than two hundred people were hospitalized with serious. Injuries search and rescue teams continue working it's. A tourist resort island. Venezuelan authorities have six people in custody accused of an alleged assassination attempt against President Nicolas Maduro he was presiding over a military parade on live TV when drones. Carrying explosives. Detonated near him Saturday ABC's Matt Gettman reports part of the, sad things about the way this has unfolded in Venezuela is That people are so, tired that they don't have the fight. Left in them to keep protesting but there are these. Splinter groups continue to try to fight the Madero government the alleged attack comes after years of protests against, the policies of Madero and his predecessor we'll check sports traffic and weather next on Napa know Keeping it simple.
President Trump, President and Iran discussed on South Florida Morning Show
"In south Florida expect more thunderstorms this afternoon. President Trump issuing a new threat to Iran last night back at the White House. President Trump fired off a late night. All caps warning to Iran. He tweeted never ever threaten the United States again, or you will suffer consequences. The likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before hours Earlier Iran's president issued a threat of his own saying war with Iran is the mother of all wars and adding Mr. Trump do not play with the lion's tail or else you will regret it. Arlette signs, ABC news, Washington, and new poll gives President Trump the highest Republican approval numbers of his presidency. Latest NBC news, Wall Street Journal poll shows eighty eight percent of Republican voters surveyed approve of how Trump is handling his duties as president. Please confirming that a gunman is dead after mass shooting in Toronto. Here's the Toronto police chief Mark Saunders. The other fourteen are victims. I can tell you that one has succumbed to their injuries at this point in time. A young girl is in critical state right now and the shooting. Happening in the eastern Toronto neighbourhood of greektown last night's under said the suspect who. Was armed with a handgun exchanged gunfire. With police before he died. Please do not have a motive but they are, not ruling out terrorism Representative. Frayed gowdy blasting the Justice department for leaving out who funded defies award of President Trump's former policy adviser everyone who reads wiser application sees the amount of reliance they placed on this product funded by the by Hillary Clinton's campaign and the DNC South Carolina Republican told. Fox News,.
Jeff Flake, Chris Coons propose resolution to back US over Russia
"Of an isolated evening storm expected another day of breezes with occasional gusty. Or twenty five miles an hour humidity drops starting Sunday but it's. Getting hotter, highs end, up between, one ten and one fifteen through early next week I'm ABC thirteen meteorologist Irish CEO at seven thirty two it's eighty five degrees in Avondale a Republican Senator from, Arizona has teamed up with the democrat. To try to force a vote to support the intelligence. Communities assessment that Russia did interfere in the 2016 election Republican Senator, Jeff flake democratic Senator. Chris coons will make the case. For their resolution that backs the intelligence. Communities assessment that Russia meddled in the two thousand sixteen. Election the resolution is non binding and also offers a port for the Justice Department's investigation. Into Russia's election interference the resolution. Was introduced after the president summit with Russian. President. Vladimir Putin but it's unclear if a vote on the. Resolution will actually happen, Arlette signs ABC news Capitol. Hill, a former advisor. To President Trump is weighing Being in x. homeland security advisor Tom Bossert says Americans need to be aware of cyber Madeline think it's time for the country to wake, up and realize that, we are in an ongoing low-intensity conflict with multiple nations in San Bossert says Russian meddling is. An attempt to create dischord any road faith, in US. Democratic institutions KTAR is education park. University is opening a campus in downtown Gilbert this fall it will offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees including business education and healthcare Jeff Erlich with parking adversity says they have, a unique, way of. Offering classes we look at these hybrid classes where it might be that you come to class every third time and the other two. Times online groups the first semester starts in October park university already has two campuses in Arizona fewer, babies. Are being born in Arizona our state is half the largest drops in. Births than any other state in the past ten years down twenty. Percent from, one hundred, three thousand, in two thousand seven to just over eighty Eight thousand last year The recession families perceive that the resources needed to support having children was a little bit less secure university of. Arizona college. Of medicine Phoenix, Dr Michael Foley says the immigration, debate played a role delayed women of childbearing age from crossing over from Mexico and having. More and, more children another factor there's an improved sex education. Availability of birth control he says the lower birth rate could, cause a future problem and we're going to have less people help support our baby boomer population which are gonna require by national support from, the social security size and we're gonna have left people contributing to it, because the populations folly Bob McClay KTAR news, loose hospital in timpee no longer offers labor delivery or postpartum services saying they've seen a huge. Drop in baby care All right heads up if. You. Find yourself.
"arlette" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In other words I don't want to take any more questions but then he. Takes two more questions. What. Are they going to say that he meant I meant, thank. You, very much know when it comes to that specific line of questioning I don't know yeah you know the whole episode has. Been very confusing and it's really been a dizzying a few days here at. The, White House you know we've been parsing. Words in the first round it was a would versus wouldn't, and, now it's what exactly does he mean by, no but there are many out, there who are saying that President Trump should have been more forceful. In that summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin that he should have called him out directly about the election meddling in that press conference now in an interview with CBS news yesterday the president did say that he holds Putin personally responsible? For the meddling in the, two thousand sixteen election, because Putin. Is in charge of the country and he, also, said that in? That private meeting that he told the president he he lay down. The law telling, Putin that we can't. Have. Any further election, meddling we're not going to have it but, that's also a private meeting there was. It was the President Vladimir Putin and the two? Interpreters and so far there hasn't. Been a readout other than what the president has said, about what what. Happened, in there, so Vladimir Putin has not answered what he's heard the president say went on no but this morning the Russian president. Was out, there saying that he thought this summit was very successful and he also said. That there are certain forces who are trying to? Prevent, cooperation from happening between the two countries all right thank you so much I appreciate it Arlette thanks all right take care ABC's, Arlette signs and in fact here are a couple of things that I've gotten out of Russia this. Morning the head of the FBI in Russia says Russia meddling. Or the head of our FBI says Russia meddling in American fares is something, to, be taken very serious has not changed which is that Russia attempted to interfere with. The last election and that it, continues to engage in line influence. Operations to this day now that's Christopher Ray, who suggested last night he's even threatened to resign then Russia's president says his first summit as our let said with President Trump was a. Success Vladimir Putin says Trump's opponents in the US. Are hampering the progress on, the, issues he and, Trump discussed during their one on one earlier this week in Finland Tom Bossard who, was a former homeland security adviser to Trump says Russia is using a new tool it's using social media to an. Old job. There's nothing new about. A Russian influence. Operation. Against. The United. States or. Any democracy they've. Been doing it, since the days of the KGB and the Soviet Union and even before that. All right so if There's any more on this subject of course you'll hear it right, here on KFI well speaking of hearing things this stuttering John is staying soared as Thailand comedian John Melendez last month was able to. Talk to Donald Trump while the president was aboard Air Force One the. Problem was Melendez posed as New.
"arlette" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"No to answering questions all right Arlette signs in Washington you get. To read, the tea leaves. What which one is it well, we're all, here. For the second day in a row parsing the president said yesterday it was what versus what. End and now it's what exactly did, he mean by no and you played. That audio where I reporters Celia Vega asked him flat out is Russia's still targeting, the US he says thank you. Now then. She. Asked him. To clarify he says no. And then another reporter. Actually, after, another question and the president. Went. Back and answered that question so. For the White House to say he, would say no to answering questions he did, actually go on and answer, a, question saying that he's tough on Russia so he, didn't, get up there that's not okay Still sitting at the table when he. Answered that and there are some reporters who say that they've been, in the Oval Office, and they've never heard him. Say no. When he's shooting down. Questions like he normally what just kind. Of? Ignore it but it? Doesn't, just another case as he says she says the White House trying to explain what the president meant by that in. My opinion he wants his whole Russia line of? Questioning. To just go away so he's going to shut it down at every turn that's why when he met with. Putin shutdown, that or tried. To shut it down that's why, today it's, like. No I want that to go away don't know they're not so targeting us let's move on. Let's talk about the economy it just, seems like he wants all of it. To go away and that's what that's what you're going to hear coming out of, his mouth is is not him. Dwelling on it And really I mean the president is facing the same type of questions? Over, and over, and there are times he doesn't give as a sustained toward direct as an, answer as some would hope he he would you know yesterday for instance he said that he did agree with, the, assessment of the intelligence community but then he went and added that caveat that. He always seems to add saying. But it could, have also been other people but this administration is going to continue to face, questions about the, president and how he feels about Russia particularly when it comes to. Potential meddling in future elections and what kind of warnings. He might be Sunday into Russian President Vladimir Putin if he has done Sunday getting, it's been a long time, why, hasn't been a horrible you longtime. But it's. Been a long time since. The president has. Held one of those news. Conferences where he just sorta takes fifteen twenty thirty questions from reporters, do you have any idea if there's any plan for that anytime soon no you know they oftentimes with this president You have the scheduled press conferences but then you also, have impromptu moments like let's say if he's on the south lawn of the White, House and he will turn that into an, impromptu press conference so it really could happen at any time it's unclear what exactly he does plan on, answering questions but I will note that he has an interview coming up this evening with a CBS where I'm sure he will be. Asked this question about the Russian, targeting of the US should. Be interesting Arlette thank you, thanks signs, there in Washington DC help us helping us trying to parse through some of this stuff can get any impression on his meeting with Vladimir Putin and. The press conference that followed in his comments that have followed that that? He's, trying to, send any message to Putin What do, you mean of of being tough yeah I don't get that at all I'm not picking up even a little of that no and in fact when we come back one of the things that congress. Is now. Itching for is a conversation with the translator the president's translator who was in the room when he had about a two hour meeting with they want to find out if there was any deals made behind closed doors maybe some deals for for Trump business wise that would you Kim's make him land on Putin's side supposedly think that somewhere. In those two hours they're gonna find some evidence of high. Crimes and. Misdemeanors, it seems a little ridiculous and I don't know..
White House proposes combining Education and Labor departments as part of massive government overhaul
"White house announced a new plan that aims to restructure the government says abc's arlette signs the white house plan would merge the departments of education and labor into one department of education and the workforce it also moved several of the agriculture department's nutrition assistance programs to the department of health and human services which would be renamed the department of health and public welfare the white house says that name will quote better capture the nature of its programs but any major government restructuring would need the okay from congress and it's unclear if there is the appetite to make changes are signs abc news the white house are you living on psychopaths extroverted and charming yet don't feel guilt empathy or love a new study says certain states are crawling with psychopaths here's abc's alec stone in los angeles who says the nation's capital beats them all california plays a good game laidback avocado eating sunshine beach loving but a new study says there may be something more to california researchers at southern methodist university if on california's among the top states with the highest psychopath concentration connecticut is the only state ahead of california while it's not a state washington dc beats out states researchers looked at personality traits gathered through surveys given thousands of people in each area alex stone abc news los angeles a charles krauthammer.
Former Senate Intel staffer accused of lying to FBI makes first court appearance
"After a morning g seven session on gender equality the afghan taliban says there'll be a three day cease fire at the end of the holy month of ramadan following an earlier ceasefire announcement by the government that government ceasefire begins tuesday and will last until around june nineteenth a former staffer on the senate intelligence committee's made an appearance in federal court james wolfe the former director of security for the senate intelligence committee appeared in federal court in baltimore the fifty seven year old faces three counts of line to the fbi about his contacts with reporters covering the committee including one with whom he had a romantic relationship wolf is not charged with disclosing classified information but the prosecution comes as the administration is cracking down on leaks of classified material wolf was released the judge set the next court date for june twelfth in a us district court in dc arlette signs abc news washington an alligator and florida's killed after apparently fatally attacking a woman as she walked her doll around nine forty five am friday year shizuka matsuzaki spotted by a witness by the lake with her dogs before disappearing that witness calling nine one one to report the dogs now roaming alone the wendy witness went to the area he spotted a large alligator police arriving to find one of the dogs.
"arlette" Discussed on KOMO
"With north korea on the rocks but abc's arlette signs tells us president trump sending a lifeline that kim jong offering protections to the north korean leader he'll get protections that would be very strong if we make a deal i think kim jong un is going to be very very happy the president seemed to suggest kim would hold onto power if a deal is reached this would be with kim jong un something where he'd be there he'd be in this country it'd be running his country his country would be very rich but this week the north koreans warned they might pull the plug on the talks after the president's national security adviser suggested taking the same approach used with libya more than a decade ago we have very much in mind the libya model from two thousand three two thousand four for north korea that translates to regime change after giving up his nuclear weapons bull market dhafi was overthrown and murdered in the streets with john bolton looking on in the oval office the president flat out contradicted him will the libyan model isn't the model that we have at all well we're thinking of north korea in libya we decimated that country that's for the feet of that historic meeting in singapore the white house says it's moving forward with preparations nothing has changed north korea that we know of we have not been told anything and if it does that's fine if it doesn't i think we'll probably have a very successful meeting next week president trump will host the leader of south korea to discuss the upcoming summit earlier this week north korea cancelled highlevel talks with the south over its joint military exercises with the us are let signs abc news washington it's not the disney film you remember for several reasons komo's brian calvert said down with the actor playing the lead in a local production of very different production hello my name is josh orcas oh i this who lives in los angeles california and i started acting when i was ten.
"arlette" Discussed on KOMO
"Or three jay phillips komo news hello everybody well here's what you can expect when you hit out the door we're looking at temperatures pretty much in the mid forties to the lower forty so a little bit on the cool side but not as chilly as it has been highs tomorrow should be in the mid fifty s we're gonna call it mostly cloudy with a couple of possible a few showers but i don't think it's it's a big deal so enjoy your day if you're heading safeco field that looks pretty good as well be somewhere in the mid fifty s to get ready to throw out the first pitch that'll be great all right they have it in the komo weather center i'm steve pool here are your political insights from abc news to repeal or not to repeal the second amendment that's a debate retired supreme court justice john paul stevens sparked when he said protesters should demand the second amendment be repealed president trump says there's no way that's happening at one democratic senator dianne feinstein agrees that would be tough to accomplish i don't think it's possible i think it's extraordinarily difficult to do she says the answer is tougher gun laws like raising the age limited by guns and banning military style assault weapons in wisconsin democracy looks like several dozen student protesters marched over four days from the state's capital to janesville the hometown of house speaker paul ryan with this message come november if the politicians do not make the change then we will change the politicians in those are your political insights i'm arlette signs abc news there's been another cabinet level personnel change the west wing president trump is fired veterans affairs secretary david schulkin who's been under scrutiny over his travel expenses abc news senior white house correspondent cecilia vega tells us about who's taking the helm of the nation's largest integrated healthcare system a white house doctor admiral ronnie jackson and most of america will probably remember him because he gave one of the most epic white house briefing press conferences that i certainly have seen in my year plus here covering this white house to the conclusion by ronnie jackson that day was that the president is absolutely healthy and he gave him a great bill of health and now he is being nominated to be the head of the veterans affairs department everything you missed while they work update and unwind on the way home the.
"arlette" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Only the only comparison it that warned you got back and they got away with it was called crop it's called blue him and and here's there's nothing it's all been orchestrated all been fake all right i'm going to get to our callers you're only if you give you the last word on this what would you like to see happen what do you expect to happen what would you like to say a briton rate well you will if we're going have partly on by just how rob arlette who's worked for the trump campaign and now you do some volunteer work with the trump presidency what would you like to say about also folks here in delaware well i mean what i want to say is good see focus on pre bulls and you're right his long lift lift tick politics out of were how we how we god because nobody told me anybody accountable and warm if peaking ornament asked me for your listeners expect more out of out of our elected officials let's expect more out of those that are that are there to hold other responsible and we kept stayed focused on chris folded doomed the right thing for the right reasons that's where we need to say that's one of our focus has to be and by the way the liberals democrats who say no because the guy in the white house has no principles no reason excite trying to talk to jello you have no idea where he's coming from and besides shots you got tom style billionaire out there who made billions of dollars in the oil industry and sold off those those shares because you realize you could make billions dollars more soaking the government for green scheme plans and he's out there calling for impeachment age putting millions of dollars into it so yeah i i i don't think that anybody on the left is going to be talking about a morals and principles because a trump i don't care i mean they don't care all they are m i carpet for that matter anti american at what i say that is because he won the election and entertain people who want him out of office or the thing who who support and encourage illegal immigration brick happy i make sense to me.
"arlette" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Like that i question for you if republicans released a nunez memo and it shows the fbi used false information to spy on the trump campaign wiretapping paul manafort spying on carter page she's are folks who work on the campaign should all that evidence be thrown out or would you like to see it used to prosecute trump and his age or do you figure like okay uh we'll get we just won't use that but we still need to prosecute trump and his aides of state five two nine one a one seven downstate a tree nine one o five nine i you might think it's that easy question like all well go get trump get trump get trump no it's not that easy it's not that easy because you see what happens often is when it's proven that evidence was gathered illegally the case this is thrown out this is a case ads i wanna ask rob arlette about as well robs up there hey up in wilmington today how you doing rob a it is great to be with you sir how are you today right thanks buddy i want people know that robs a realtor he works i wish to the trump campaign throughout the state of delaware i still a works with the trump presidency i know you've been doing so volunteer work with this association of counties throughout the country and you do a similar things with them as well so uh what what would you like to see and what do you expect to see out of this nunez memo should it become public well i think at some point while we will be fought lic uh i think it unfortunate if this week as we know very often in the world of washington site i think i just heard you're you're you're you're lead end and if it has found uh bottom line so if you had thrown out uh i guess is what i'm trying to say yeah yeah and we're talking about this this dossier uh the vast majority of this dossier they found one or two things that actually might be accurate but a loss of his unconfirmed inaccurate and the democrats really really want this thing to be uh to be valid but even shows that they used false information for the wiretapping and everything in the first place that evidence generally he's thrown out and.
"arlette" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For this addition arlette rachel have the final word we're crushes why do we need to know why i hear voices i think i found my life in the easy when i just accept that this is my experience and it mayo might not continue entous then while human things were bit wit this is my witness hello and welcome to more or less on the bbc world service you statistical guide the welt all around us i'm it mcdonald and this week a whole name bomb on the golf course that's wracked islamic but just to get a quick tesa i do i do something anecdotal unscientific that's what i called up the gulf coast closest to where i live television incident growth growth joe speaking oh hello is to sean calling from the bbc hideyoshi her john that perfect harmony great this is josh he's the membership and gulf operations manager there and i started my asking him how where holes in one were at the club really quite rare i mean we have probably anywhere between ten to fifteen home runs per year and when you think there people pay are the sort of fifteen thousand rounds of gulf over the course of the year yes very rare yeah do you get people who have been coming to play for years and have never managed to hold him on absolutely i mean i myself have been pain gulf now for thirty one years without ever and you've had one in that time and that was more than twenty years ago that we've had people would have paid gulf your entire life and neither had one but every now and again there's a really unusual case just last week josh says that a young lad managed to get.
"arlette" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Hey how their own still be given obviously i want some big up civic muzzle you lord shiva that's what what i see of that's why when i see a civic i go you know why i got my voice gonna say that because it gives me from bye bye bye now it's now porsche because what i got us out of pours because of porsche you got a little more than a big obviously you're gonna get made a big then you get performance they knew get all the other stuff that goes with it broke but that's all want to say broke mark on the road today down the 405 going about ninety entered for now now the 405 is very busy highway with lots of fast moving steely dan is pretty much gone down than just to sign pops up bullying blue blue inside yellow signed flash and the fuck is that goes power shutting down its problem spaceship is gonna senate tesla not there's no electricity in the sun electric car between power right power it said power reduce so you're from ninety to about third of you you in the lobby fine farleft arlette island far far live out 20th and i'm like oh it probably just at least go fifty orange cruise the studio name worship pick it up there now once it reduced power that means shutting down shutting down so then i to creep on overall we from the left middle of traffic to the right lane on the side of the highway safe at safe yep so i called porsche which my car was in the service within two weeks ago porsche beverly hills rod bought my car in beverly hills hey we you know what i mean murphy that's where eddie murphy get his car yes yes so bring my car in there i go hey i think some drama car it was smoke in the front was down the 405 this.
"arlette" Discussed on KOMO
"Lot of filed covered tonight look for a chance of rain and snow after midnight temperatures to be the upper 20s her midthirties or so tomorrow mostly cloudy skies rain snow mixed possible in the morning chance of rain in the afternoon highs in the low forty s i'm jeff pohjola that the forecast from the komo forecast team here are your political insights from abc news president trump says he's back to work after the christmas holiday but that doesn't stop them from hitting the links that his golf course in jupiter florida abc's karen travers the white house says the president is golfing with georgia republican senator david purdue professional golfer bracing shambo and palmer pro dana quigley this summer the president backed a bill introduced by senator purdue that would dramatically cut legal immigration levels over the next decade immigration will be a key issue lawmakers turned to in the new year the president and also hopes zero in on healthcare tweeting democrats and republicans will quote eventually come together to work on a new healthcare plan the president has said the tax bills individual mandate repeal has essentially ended obamacare but as abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl explains that's not entirely the case reality almost all of obamacare remains in place and healthcare dot gov enrollment numbers for next year show almost as many sign ups as last year and those are your political insights i'm arlette signs abc news britain's royal navy shadows one of russia's warships through the north sea these are your world headlines from abc news cause for concern former british rear admiral chris barrie edges tweaking a child and and say look we've gotta is new frigate it's got missiles on it and what are you gonna do about it royal navy says they've seen a recent surge in russian vessels travelling near uk waters meanwhile president putin's most serious challenger has been barred from running for office russian election officials say alexi navarro may is ineligible do do a fraud conviction syrian opposition groups have rejected russia's proposed peace talks accusing moscow of failing to pressure president assad to end the conflict and the french government is scrambling to meet president macron's deadline the get migrants off the streets by years head critics say macron's policy contradictions image someone who defeated an anti immigrant populist for the.
"arlette" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"You know what i'm saying this is like the owed so the others out of that is that year he may he said that in i'd be he said that could she she was a woman and that's why i was like i k of this i the first woman to covered you read like is this like i i mean he i mean he would he was a low condescend he was a localities in the end yet and if your garage who was also garb would probably not having this discussion as true but i don't think again if he saga to a duty say is funny to be discussing a route tree would a man that he would not observed that arth but there's reason why was it goes in his mind it would've been totally normal all because monopoly miami a woman applicable all right is heavy allow or here so that's why it's funny though because they use all going to a star quarterback in the nfl right about routes and women don't play football that's why he found it funny i i agree with a lot of the doomsday cover yadav play football a percent and that's what it questions are gouveia and heavy question is do is i mean he is so so that that line they have to walk of did you walked his life to people who are the top 1 percent of the one percent so i i always tailed always tell journalists is is light togo and near when you ask a there's a level of professional respect i feel like you have to give the athletes coaches whoever you're covering they'll come in there like you know more than him because you don't right so that doesn't mean that you are don't have the right to get criticize it's just a way in how you phrased things right is like i don't know more than coaches i covered no matter how many filmed sessions i've sat in there with him in arlette yano it better than we do we may observers see certain things i wanna know why which is what we're supposed to do right is like okay will.
"arlette" Discussed on KOMO
"A little while ago say that they won't vote for it must they have an assurance it's it's really up in the air whether or not there actually going to be able to to get the votes here are let signs from abc thank you so much arlette thank you komo news time 410 a popular seattle sports figure returns to major league soccer bill sports sitting in for tom at the komo sports desk this afternoon at fifty one and fifty two of the mariners though they're going to be in for some high intensity playoff tie baseball in the month ahead right now the three and a half games back in the american league wildcard stanbic's tomorrow night they open a home series against the new york mets toronto blue jays got attempting walk off grand slam by steve pierce to beat oakland eight two four at the washington nationals beat up the walkie 15 to back to a football media selecting the washington huskies to repeat as north division champs and they lose to ufc for the conference titled is fall off offensive player of the year jake browning says he's throwing shoulder is fine after a cleanup this waiter he also plans to eat healthier before us caused those she was simple from the zoo jake and the dogs open fall practice next monday with a timber first season opener at rutgers on komo news former seattle sounders code sigi schmid has a job again taking over the reins of the los angeles galaxy the la at team fired said man curt onalfo after a disk supporting first half zemke's first match of their held coincidentally is saturday night at home against seattle sounders and women's soccer is richard it the seattle centurylink field today tournament relations has japan playing brazil followed by the usa and australia sports updates attended forty after bill schwartz on the of the huskies komo news it's for twelve we now know the identities of the three teenagers who were killed in that violent crash and linwood yesterday this much.
"arlette" Discussed on WCHS
"Later today here's abc's arlette signs the justices did not act on the president's travel ban this morning which could mean that they could announce a decision later today or potentially tomorrow right now the justices are deciding whether or not they'll go ahead and here the administration's appeals of this case in the next term when they return next fall so again yeah nothing on the van right now could be something later possibly tomorrow justices did announce they will be taking up the case of a baker from colorado who refused to marry a samesex couple of religious grounds and left in place an appeals court ruling that upholds the san diego sheriff's strict limits on issuing permits for concealed weapons nothing yet and whether justice anthony kennedy will retire he is eighty something he might abc's terry moran is at the court in many ways is the kennedy court here's the swing vote for more than a decade on crucial issues abortion affirmative action civil rights of gay and lesbian americans including marriage he has been the crucial vote if he decides to retire and their size that he would it would be a war for this court like nothing san in the past thirty years since the nomination of robert bork was defeated and justice kennedy took his seat today we could find out more details on the numbers as the congressional budget office releases its scorecard on the republican health care plan many say will light retire reckons including marriage he has been the crucial vote if he decides to retire and their size that he would it would be a war for this court like nothing seen in the past thirty years since the nomination of robert bork was defeated and justice kennedy so kissy today we could find out more details on the numbers as the congressional budget office releases scorecard on the republican health care some plaintiffs hurt by the airbags calls it a cowardly move this is abc news this is an important service announcement the irs is trying to private collection agencies to collect on unpaid taxes these collection agencies could only set of payment plans on debt owed they do not have the authority to enter into.