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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Time. Thank you, senator Scott. Don't go anywhere in America. I'm Hugh Hewlett, Hewlett for birch gold. You followed the gyrations and all of the markets, international and domestic over the past month. It's going to get worse before it gets better because the United States Congress just pumped another $700 trillion into the economy and President Biden's loan bailout may be another trillion on top of that inflation is here. 87,000 new IRS agents are headed towards the doors of the IRS. So if you're going to set up a birch gold IRA and you should set up an IRA with physical precious metals in it. 5 to 10% of your wealthy can roll one over. You can set one up. Do it with birch gold because those agents won't give a second look at that. They've been doing it a long time. They've got the 5 star ratings to prove it. You get the best service, the best protection, the very best in the business, birch gold, go to Hugo dot com. They've been around for 20 years. 5 star reviews and thousands of satisfied customers. You gold dot com or text you, a two GH to 98 98 98 and secure your future with gold, do it today. Canada, you Hewitt. I've got some laryngitis this morning. I feel fine, but I think it was a change in the weather yesterday, so I'm going to keep my voice a little bit lower count on you at one 805 two O one two three four. Please open the lines when you call. Are you with the 200 or the 20? There is movement overnight, but no votes, so it's still 220. Movement meaning that the same people want to get out the island with Matt Gaetz. Matt Gaetz is fundraising. Off of this and I tweeted out a picture, one of my friends who was somehow got on the gates gang list, got an appeal from Matt Gaetz, you know, firebrand and fighting the fight. All that nonsense. Gosh, what a goofball. And Gates is out there raising money off of not having hearings on the border blocking this elect committee on China, blocking legislation blocking the repeal of 87,000 IRS agents. Gates is raising money. I told you that there is a portion of the 20 that is serious, chip Roy's gang, and I think chip Roy's gang has made a deal. I think we'll see that today or Monday, but we'll never get Gates, Gates is making money the only way he can. By appealing to the crazies out there, who think they know something about something, but I got to tell you when it's 220, the 20 aren't the base, the 20 are the hard right and that would include chip Roy, which is fine, to be a hard right budget hawk is fine. And if that was all it was, I wouldn't have a care in the world. But at least a quarter and maybe a third of the 20 are just nutters. And the nutters are screwing the base. And I want you to understand that's what it is. And but if you're with the 20, you're welcome to call to just tell Dwayne whether you're with the 200 to the 20. I personally have heard and I believe. That the pressure from voters in the districts of the 20s is overwhelming. They pretend it's not happening. They don't want you to know that their fundraiser getting canceled, that they are losing voters every.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Amen to that. Governor, what's your website where people can find out about you? And by the way, if you want to send me Hewitt, you at dot com, my ambassadorship to Ohio, the Arkansas ambassadorship to the Buckeye state. We teach you something about football down there, but where do people find out more about Asian Hutchinson? I think we need to make you an Arkansas traveler. But that you need. But thank you for asking. And my education effort is through America strong and free. So if you go to America strong and free dot com, you'll be able to follow us and I appreciate it, boy. You need to be on that debate stage, either as a candidate or as a model. We're not ever going to run for anything, but I do love to ask questions. Governor and I like that you answered them. Thank you. America, what is the website governor America free and strong? America is strong and free. America strong and free dot com, governor asa Hutchinson. Congratulations on two great terms running the razorback state. You're live in studio west joined by Florida senator Rick Scott. Good morning senator Scott. Welcome back. Good to talk to you. Happy new year. Happy new year. It's going to be a great year. We're going to figure out how to turn this country around. I'm excited. I hope you're right. Let's start with the house. You're not a veteran of the house. But you're watching it. You know, we can't get anything done until they get it organized. What's your assessment of the 200 versus the 20? Well, the way I look at it is democracy is messy. I think we're having a real fight in this country right now about whether we're going to govern in D.C. the way we campaign. I think now there's a lot of people who said, look, we're tired of 31 and have $3 for the debt. We're tired of running big deficits for trial to have all this wokeness. And I think there were having this is a legitimate conversation about how we should be governed. As you know, I ran against Mitch McConnell to make sure we stopped caving into the Democrats. And that's what I think that's what this fight is about. Do you see I have a good relationship with Kevin McCarthy? I think he's, I think, I assume he'll be the speaker eventually. And I plan on working well with him. They have 90% of that caucus for Kevin, 10% holding on. I think chip Roy's going to bring more people to camp Kevin today. At what point do you say to your colleagues in the Florida delegation, Matt Gaetz and the freshman Luna and Brian Donald? Come on, guys. You've got to get the hearing started. Well, what hopefully will people, you know, they'll all come together and say, hey, this is urgent. I think what's going on is exactly what the public wants. They want to know what are we going to do when we win. When we got our how are we going to govern? And that I think that's what this conversation is about. But I've never, as you know, as you said to you, I've never been part of the house and but I mean, I'm hopeful this will come to a conclusion. It will come to a conclusion where we have a plan on how we're going to govern in D.C. the way we campaign..

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Norman, we need to pause this surgery. What doctor? Well, we need to hurry to the Xfinity hello 2023 sale. New Xfinity customers can get fast, reliable Internet and add two lines of Xfinity mobile to get $500 back for a limited time. That's amazing, Doc. I know. I don't want to miss this deal. That's where schedule. Doc. Doc, drop everything. Get to the Xfinity hello 2023 sale now through January 10th. Go to Xfinity dot com slash hello 2023 to learn more. Restrictions apply, Xfinity Internet required for Xfinity mobile. Welcome back. America, I'm Hugh you had joined now by asa Hutchinson, former governor of Arkansas, former member of the House. Good morning, governor, good to have you on the Hugh Hewitt show. You, it is great to be with you this morning. Hope you're well. I am. I assume you're running for president. I don't know if you formally filed. Have you formally filed yet? Oh no, I have not no final decisions made. It's a little bit early. Most important thing is the message that we get out of a common sense conservatism and new leadership for our future. So I'm going to be fighting that battle in the coming months and we'll see what the final decision is. So governor, when do you have to make a decision by to be actually competitive? I mean, you've got to raise a lot of small dollar donors, the RNC is going to put people on the stage based on pulling a number of donors if my leaks out of the RNC are correct. Debate is supposed to start in July and Milwaukee when will you have to make a decision whether or not you're going to go formally? Well, I think you've got, you know, the three or four months should be in the springtime. That gives you time to be ready. So that's the outside marker to me is sometime in the spring. We're doing all the things that are necessary in terms of I'm going to be in Iowa. I want to be in the key states. I want to be talking about what I believe in in the future for our country from border security to energy policy and we see where that goes and makes a decision based upon the level of support and the final decision as to whether I can make a difference in the direction of our country. There are governor Hughes rules would be you've got to have won a statewide race before you get to be on the platform or be the former president. Let me start with a couple of substance. We do a lot of substance before we get to politics. What's your starting position on how Americans ought to feel about China right now? Well, China is an adversary, China is a terrible relationship in terms of their aggressiveness, both with Taiwan with Hong Kong with the straits there and the international waters. It is we have to change our China's chain to move away from China. Whenever you look at our trade with China, it has been unfair. It hasn't been balanced. They don't follow the international rules. And we've got to be tougher in terms of China. There's probably more can be said there, but that's a pretty good starting point..

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Can Former AR Gov. Asa Hutchinson Gain Traction in the 2024 Race?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Can Former AR Gov. Asa Hutchinson Gain Traction in the 2024 Race?

"Hugh you had joined now by asa Hutchinson, former governor of Arkansas, former member of the House. Good morning, governor, good to have you on the Hugh Hewitt show. You, it is great to be with you this morning. Hope you're well. I am. I assume you're running for president. I don't know if you formally filed. Have you formally filed yet? Oh no, I have not no final decisions made. It's a little bit early. Most important thing is the message that we get out of a common sense conservatism and new leadership for our future. So I'm going to be fighting that battle in the coming months and we'll see what the final decision is. So governor, when do you have to make a decision by to be actually competitive? I mean, you've got to raise a lot of small dollar donors, the RNC is going to put people on the stage based on pulling a number of donors if my leaks out of the RNC are correct. Debate is supposed to start in July and Milwaukee when will you have to make a decision whether or not you're going to go formally? Well, I think you've got, you know, the three or four months should be in the springtime. That gives you time to be ready. So that's the outside marker to me is sometime in the spring. We're doing all the things that are necessary in terms of I'm going to be in Iowa. I want to be in the key states. I want to be talking about what I believe in in the future for our country from border security to energy policy and we see where that goes and makes a decision based upon the level of support and the final decision as to whether I can make a difference in the direction of our country.

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Gov. Asa Hutchinson Teases Presidential Hopes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Gov. Asa Hutchinson Teases Presidential Hopes

"Listen, governor asa Hutchinson talked about how he's going to be in the mix, a very serious and he's very seriously thinking about whether or not he wants to run for president. The guy doesn't stand a chance. He won't even come close. The only two people, frankly, at least right now, according to Napoleon, worth looking to. Is president Trump former president Trump and Ron DeSantis. Ron DeSantis doesn't even though run desantis does well in polling. His numbers are still relatively far off when it comes to Donald Trump, although, in some polls, it shows that he does beat him or is gaining sting. But here's the problem that most Republicans are going to run into. The base. The base. Donald Trump has a base where people will show up and vote for him. And the primary, but I think we have a problem as a whole as a Republican Party and that if we don't get election integrity down, if we don't get that issue wrapped up, I'm not sure that we can win in 2024. Period. I don't care if it's Trump. I don't care if it's desantis. This is something that Republicans must look into.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Donald Trump's dinner dinner with Nazis at Mar-a-Lago. Is evidence that Trump is sliding even deeper into the heart of darkness since he lost the election, according to one time aid to Mike Pence. You know, look, that looks like a husky. What's his name? Mark short. There you go. What is it like to read? Yes, the dinner last Tuesday showed incredibly poor judgment by Trump, according to Mark short. There's no excuse for it. He agreed with comments by Chris Christie who opened his trap by hole. Over Thanksgiving. A lot of pies have been involved. Yeah, that's mostly what you said. 'cause there's a lot of pie. You got to that joke first. I just went along. Shorts said ever since the election in 2020, I think the former president has descended deeper into the heart of darkness here. Oh, please. Deeper. He's always been exactly the same whole. Why do they keep pretending like, oh, Justin's last week now, this has gotten bad. The red lighting just started last week. Who is CNN's Ashley Allison? I love her. She reminded short that Trump supporters would Nazi flags marched in Charlottesville, who Trump called very fine people. She said, why would he be surprised he had an anti semite going down and have dinner with him? Donald Trump is homophobic. He's an anti semite. He does racist things. If he becomes president again, it will continue to polarize us and cause this heightened tension of hate and violence. Thank you someone in the mainstream media. When was the dinner? Thanksgiving, I thought. Was it Thanksgiving night? I don't know. Right around then. Okay, why are Republicans only waiting until today? That's what I was saying. That's what I was saying last hour, it takes them a few days. They sort of crawl out of the forest so asa Hutchinson was like the most governor Hutchinson was like the first one out to be like well, I hope someday we won't have to be responding to what former president Trump has said or done. And this instance, it's important to respond. And so no, I don't think it's a good idea for a leader that's setting an example for the country or the party to meet with a vowed racist or anti semite. And so it's very troubling and it shouldn't happen. And we need to avoid those kinds of empowering the extremes. And when you meet with people, you empower. So this is part of a story the headline is top Republicans begin to speak out, cautiously. I don't recall, but didn't we fight, wasn't there a big war

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Two have to shelter in a community tent. We have no other Christian no water. Our phones and devices are out of battery. We do everything we can to distract art from what's really going on. Keith's mayor, Vitaly Klitschko is fuming. Right now, before the winter, the people put in the Russians want to let us be without electricity without hitting without water, it's genocide. It's actually terrorism. Colorado governor Jared polis says he needs to look at why red flag laws were not used to stop a shooter who killed 5 people in Colorado Springs last weekend. Polis tells face the nation, the shooter was non binary, but police still don't have a motive here. We need to pursue the anti LGBT rhetoric aspect of this. I think whether it'll be the case in this case or not, clearly the type of rhetoric out there to divides one group of Americans against another can set somebody over the top. Former president Trump is now defending a dinner he had with a controversial figure, CBS Linda kenyon. He says he didn't know who far right activist Nick Fuentes was, and he also didn't know that he would be coming to Mar-a-Lago as a dinner guest of rapper Kanye West. Arkansas governor asa Hutchinson tells CNN the former president should have known better. Don't think it's a good idea for a leader that's setting an example for the country or the party to meet with a vowed racist or anti semite. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by rocket mortgage. Need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family, rocket can. Spoiled supermarket may sawdust like fillers, artificial preservatives. I'm veterinarian doctor Marty Goldstein. You don't want your dog eating any of that. These potentially harmful ingredients are found in many of today's popular dog foods, but not in nature's

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on WTOP

"Adjust the vacation for it. Now after this I already said we're not probably not going anywhere else or this year. This band won't be among the masses on the nation's roads. I'm not going anywhere. I don't have any traveling plans. Triple-A says travel this 4th of July will be near the pre-pandemic levels. Jim Crow CBS News. New York governor Kathy hochul says her state will take steps to preserve abortion rights. Our options are limited until next January with a new Senate and we're all going to be focusing very hard on that outcome because it is a matter of life and death for American women because we do not want to go back to the days anywhere in this country of the back alley abortions. Governors have been discussing the issue following the Supreme Court's decision to strike down roe V wade. Arkansas Republican governor asa Hutchinson tells CBS mornings former president Trump's actions leading up to and including the day of the capitol insurrection or irresponsible and then some. He also says he found former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony compelling, but he's not sure the hearings are entirely fair. I'm a lawyer. I'm used to the adversary system where you have different points of view presented, and that was eliminated. Secondly, they got into hearsay, and that's where if they can't back that up, it undermines that testimony. Internet service about to get better for boats, planes and RVs, CBS business reporter Jason Brooks has the details. Elon Musk satellite Internet network Starlink got the green light from the Federal Communications Commission for moving vehicles, SpaceX has launched 2700 Starlink satellites over the past three years into low earth orbit, promising high-speed Internet service SpaceX as Starlink has more than 400,000 subscribers, and that number is expected to grow as the FCC has approved the company's plan to expand

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:04 min | 8 months ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio Well here at Bloomberg we often talk about the United States as a single economy a federal economy And of course it is But it also is composed of 50 different economies across the state with all the different states contributing to it Welcome now somebody who runs one of those economies he is asa Hutchinson He's the governor of Arkansas and current chair of the national governors association Governor thank you so much for being with us David is great to be with you And as you indicated we have a great economy in Arkansas but it impacts actually the global economy too With our agricultural exports with Walmart's international headquarters being there in Arkansas J.B. Hunt Tyson's foods but I'll tell you one story sort of illustrates what we're doing is the recruitment of U.S. steel U.S. steel wanted to build a $3 billion new steel plant we competed with other states We wanted an Arkansas It's going to be a state of the art technology steel mill and when it goes into production Arkansas will be the leading steel producing state in the nation Yeah I read that I'm surprised at that I did not know that I still think of like Pittsburgh or something but I guess I'm behind the times Well U.S. steel from Pittsburgh is now in Arkansas We're very proud of that And that's 900 jobs a $100,000 average salary of peace So it's a great boost But what I was thrilled with was David burr was telling me that one of the reasons they chose Arkansas was it's a good place to do business It's easy You get your permit We don't overly regulate So our economy is doing well We're creating jobs We've lowered taxes in Arkansas by 24% The individual income tax rate we're going to do more largest income tax cut in history and the same time we have a surplus So solid solid work $1.2 billion in a savings account with a 1 billion plus surplus is not bad for Arkansas So we do have a federal system and so obviously monetary policy fiscal policy set in Washington How much room for maneuver do you have What are the levers that you can pull on Arkansas to affect the Arkansas part of the economy Well the impact that we have would be lowering taxes which we've done which really helps during this time of inflation So we can respond to inflation by lowering our tax rate puts more money in people's pockets helps offset that rising costs of fuel But we don't do the macroeconomics at the Federal Reserve can do by any means But it is the tax cuts and then the other thing is creating jobs And I've worked very hard in recruiting industry as every governor does But it's been successful And that allows us to continue to invest in education We've raised teacher pay We want to compete in education And so we've required computer science education every school and David one of the things I'm proud of is that Arkansas will have more schools offering computer science and students taking computer science than any other state We have the highest percent of those schools that teach computer science which is critically important to our growing technology businesses in the state It's quite a record No question about it At the same time let me ask about some questions that aren't quite so comfortable Guns When you talk about education a very unfortunately now we almost always think about governs now government what's happened in the other place across the country Also has what are thought to be some fairly liberal laws about guns And you've got a rate of I think 22.6 deaths per 100,000 which is up there It's like number four in the country something like that Is that a problem in Argentina as you address it Because you're a problem solver It's a problem you must have a solution for it Well it's a problem that we have to address as governors and that's the reason I had the school safety commission back in 2018 And they made recommendations We've implemented those Our responsibilities keep those schools safe for our children And it did not go well and you've Aldi and it cost the lives of 19 children and two teachers Here rips the heart of America And so we're going to have to double down in terms of school safety I applaud the senators in a bipartisan way trying to look at this issue and see if agreement can be reached I don't think the first solution is to put restrictions on firearms It's school safety emphasis but there are it's a fair debate to look at the AR-15 style weapons and whether they should be sold to 18 year old and whether that limit should be raised to 21 We've got to do things that make a difference and not just things that look good or sound good politically Yeah exactly And I'm not trying to negotiate this out with you but things like raising the 21 the age to buy an assault type weapon Also some of the large magazine clips The researchers suggest those two things really might be really indexed to some of the killings we've seen It's going to be hard to reach an agreement on that Whenever you look at the risks that are involved whatever we do we have to increase school safety Because during the time that we had the assault weapons ban you had the deaths at Columbine high school in Colorado Whenever you limit certain type of weapons we had our biggest mass killing was whenever we had a rifle used And so it's not going to be easy And it's not going to be a cure all but if we can save some lives and reduce one instant we need to look at that The governor won last one here We do have the president of the United States with the chair of the Federal.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One instant we need to look at that Governor one last one here we do have the president of the United States with the chair of the Federal Reserve as well as the treasury secretary to talk about the economy and inflation If you had the opportunity to give them one recommendation to address inflation which will be a large issue in the election No question about it come November What would you tell them to do Well I would want to listen to a chairman pal about how he believes the constriction on the money supply is going And the impact of that because this is the first time we've raised interest rates but we've also tried to control the money supply simultaneously So we want to watch that carefully So I would be learning a little bit in that venue I think president Biden makes the point he didn't want to interfere with the independent Federal Reserve I think the biggest thing can be done probably is not in the hands of the Federal Reserve They're going to do that But the biggest thing we can do is to increase the reliability of supply chain Quite frankly I'm worried about this fall Whenever you have Ukraine not producing the grain that we usually rely upon in the world market what's going to happen in our food supply we need to look at that in advance make sure we're prepared and make the adjustments that we can for this fall Thanks to governor asa Hutchinson of Arkansas Coming up President Biden is sending more military equipment to Ukraine We talk with Eric fanning CEO of the aerospace industry's association That's next you're listening to balance.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:43 min | 8 months ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"City is Michael Barr Tom Paul thank you very much There are no signs of retreat for Russian forces as the fighting escalates in the eastern Donbass region in Ukraine The U.S. is now sending rocket systems to Ukraine that are a part of a recent $700 million package of aid assistance those systems have the ability to travel about 48 miles and can strike targets with GPS precision The Kremlin has responded calling it an escalation and saying they can be used to strike targets inside Russia Former deputy assistant Secretary of State and retired colonel Steve ganyard says that unlikely I think some of the Russian objection earlier in the week is to a different version a different size rocket that can go into this into this weapon system which actually could go out to a 190 miles U.S. is being very clear that that is not the rocket system It is not going to provide the Ukrainians with a deep strike capability Former deputy assistant Secretary of State Steve ganyard spoke to ABC An analysis of the most recent data available on shooting victims shows firearms are the leading cause of death among children in the U.S. surpassing car accidents for the first time in 2020 Arkansas ranks 5th for firearm deaths among kids under 17 and 8th in total firearm deaths per 100,000 people Arkansas governor asa Hutchinson served on an NRA school safety task force in the wake of the sandy hook school shooting He talked about gun control I fully support this that could amendment but we also can a legitimately look at what the senators considering and I applaud them to have in a bipartisan group that looks at what can we agree upon Governor Hutchinson spoke with CBS mornings A jury has acquitted Clinton campaign lawyer Michael sussman accused of lying to the FBI about Donald Trump's alleged involvement with Russia It led to the federal investigation when Trump was president Lie from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Tom Paul Bloomberg business of sports falsetto jump in here as well attendance actually pretty snappy Pretty snappy around the league Yeah How are the regional sports networks doing You've said Paul their days are numbered Their days are numbered It's a tough business there Simply because people are still cutting the cord and that's kind of they rely on that subscription revenue much like an ESPN does nationally They do that regionally So that's a challenge for them in a challenge It's like a one year by year torture Yeah it is And it's three four 5% at least and that's declines annual declines in subscriber numbers But keep in mind too Why the attendance is going up is because now you're seeing school let out and that's when the crowds start to go and climb in the ballparks around that time So as school lets out more kids are going to be in the ballpark and then I'm trying to get pumped up I said this before And I'll say it again I was wrong Michael Barr on the DH nationally while still feels nationally even though they got the DH Well the DH is coming in next year Or is it in this year No I think it's the show No I thought it was in there Okay so there you go Michael Barr's up to speed on this I just think what's deserving here is a road trip to Wrigley Field That's right Team team surveillance rate of pharaoh doesn't want to go you know It's America A.C. Milan his A.C. Milan got sold He did Yeah Bought by some Americans now So there you go Yeah I will You know it's a.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Back to the United States but it means business goes to Vietnam or South Asia or other kind of countries There might be some reassuring as well But I would say this to anybody who wants to bring industry back it's up to the United States to earn that business We've got to do everything we can to make it easy for businesses to invest and grow in higher in the United States to the extent that we're successful in making it easy for good news in the United States You are going to win some of that business back from overseas Is there a path back to having a constructive trade relationship with China It doesn't seem to be constructed right now And it doesn't look like it's headed that direction but is there a path Yeah I think there's two elements of that One of which we saw last week is one Let's take Bailey friction and daily insults out of the discussion That doesn't help anybody So I think you saw on secretary blinken's comments a very measured very judicious statement of goals for the United States So that's one Two if you really want China to move your way and solve some of these problems what we have to do with the United States have to do is start working on trade issues with other parties As soon as they see themselves missing out or losing out that's a huge incentive for them to improve their behavior So regional trade agreements or bilateral trade agreements with other countries help China move the right way If we close the door on all other trade agreements we're telling China you can behave badly You can play the same badly because the United States has no place else to go Frank really a pleasure to have you with us It was very helpful That's Frank Levin of export now Still to come we're going to talk with the governor of Kansas He's asa Hutchinson This is violence of power on Bloomberg television and on radio.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"She's an epidemiologist and adviser at the pandemic, prevention institute, and she pointed out that normally the CDC would give the science they would publish a paper they would say why they're doing what they're doing. And that didn't happen this time. Let's listen. And so, like, let's see it. Let's see the papers that talk about the incubation period. The viral loads, the rate of infection. I need to see all that so that we can justify this and make people feel confident in this redirection. Why do you think the CDC did not publish the science? Yeah, that's a very good question. And I wish they had. I think what they're doing is they're relying on the data that's already out there. There have been studies over the last year. On all of those questions, obviously not with all the crime, but with delta with prior variance. And so I think they were relying on all of that evidence. But I agree, it would be better if we had more recent data and if they could have shown all of this. But I think most experts I'm speaking to certainly also agree with my assessment that this really is pretty consistent with everything we've seen out there. So I don't think the CDC is going beyond the science, but it's always helpful to have more data. So you're telling me that if someone came to you, faced you and said, show me the science you could spend a couple of minutes on your laptop and bring it up. Yeah, and actually one of the reasons I've called for this change for many, many days and not weeks is because actually I've been looking at the data as many of us have. And think that this is the right place to land. So I was actually happy to see it and I think we can show people what justifies this decision making. It did seem to be driven in a sense by politics. Asa Hutchinson, the governor of Arkansas said that President Biden supported this change at the request of governors who wanted a little more flexibility to deal with this crisis. I'm curious if you think this is political and also if that's okay. Yeah, it's sort of depends on what you define political. Look, almost is already causing a huge strain in our society. And it is going to cause a substantially bigger strain in our society. Over the next month. In that context, we do want to look at the data and ask the question what's reasonable in terms of asking people to isolate. And I think those pressures should absolutely be part of our decision making. I mean, functional society, a functional health system, is part of public health. And so that's politics. That's fine. In my mind, what you have is a situation where there are a lot of external forces also pushing on us to look at the data here more carefully and ask. Do people really need to be isolated for ten days? And I think the evidence is they probably don't. Let me ask about one other matter that is huge as the omicron wave sweeps over the country and that's the large percentage of the large minority of Americans who are not vaccinated and the even larger number of people who have not gotten booster shots. What is appropriate at this point to nudge persuade force people to do that? What is one step you would take that you would think would be productive rather than counterproductive? Yeah, at this point we have tried almost everything, Steve to try to cajole people. The one thing that works consistently is mandates for vaccines. And I think clearer messaging for boosters..

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on AP News

"Increase the vaccination Uptake and U. S Surgeon General Vivek Murthy agrees on fighting the virus together one of the things That we cannot afford to do during this pandemic is allow the Covid 19 experience to turn us against each other. Our enemy is the virus. Both mercy and Hutchinson appeared on NBC's Meet the Press. Shelly Antler AP News months after he was presumed dead Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri has appeared in a new video to mark the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks in the video also worry praised Al Qaeda attacks, including one that targeted Russian troops in Syria. Sites and intelligence group that monitors jihadist website says all Zawari also notes the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan. The intelligence group added that his comments do not necessarily mean that this is a recent recording as a withdrawal agreement was signed in February. 2020 US have spread since late 2020 that al soiree had died from illness since there no video or proof of life surfaced until now. I'm Karen Shamas, the debate over the Biden administrations. Covid 19 vaccine mandate continues. Many Republican governors are against President Biden's vaccine mandate like Asa Hutchinson in Arkansas. This is an unprecedented assumption of federal mandate authority. That really disrupts and divides the country. But U S Surgeon general Vivek Murthy says the virus mandate is a good thing. The requirements for vaccination are part of a long tradition that we have in this country of taking steps as a collective. To keep people safe. Murthy and Hutchinson appeared on NBC's Meet The Press. I'm Shelley Adler. Francis has started the first of a four day tour of central Europe by visiting Hungary. The pontiff's visit to the capital, Budapest, was welcomed by large crowds as he presided over a mass of over 100,000 people. At the Mass. Francis urged Hungarians to extend their arms towards everyone.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Back. President biden is gambling. That not only will this. New vaccine mandate initiative be good health policy. He believes it's good politics. Is he right endless. Next welcome back the panel is here. Nbc news senior. Washington correspondent highly jackson author and presidential historian doors. Curtains goodwin syndicated columnist. George will he's author of the new book american happiness and discontents the unruly it. Twenty eight to twenty twenty. Hopefully find epitaph and kimberly can store senior opinion writer for the boston globe. Welcome to all of you. Well let me show you where. Americans are on a vaccine. Mandate you wanna talk about being divided down the middle. We're divided down the middle. We asked about this Should employers require vaccines for in work. Basically fifty percent yes forty four percent now and here's the political divide. We put that up. It looks very familiar. Eighty two it looks like the presidential approval rating the way it splits their highly jackson. This is as much of a political decision by the by the white house. It was a scientific and they think it's a winner chapman politically. There's obviously the public health here. But i was talking with one white house official. Who said listen. They believe that the politics are on their side on this. It was interesting to hear governor. Hutchinson talk with you about the business aspect of it. Because i will tell you. It did not go notice in the washington post yesterday carrying a piece with top business leader in the houston area. Houston more blue than the rest of the state. But basically saying this is giving some businesses. And i'm paraphrasing here. Businesses some cover. We haven't had the phone ringing off the hook. The white house took notice of that right. They think that this is. This is giving the ability to give some private businesses a little bit of cover and say well. Our hands are tied. Osias making us do this so they are optimistic about it. That said chuck the numbers that you just showed. Tell the whole story. This was politicized from listen april. Twenty twenty right may of two thousand twenty when there was a different president in office. Who is taking a very different attitude towards mask wearing right. And that's how this came about kimberly. It's still an acknowledgement that the strategy that code. That's not working because reggie hasn't been working now maybe there's enough maybe there's nothing he could do with this current crew of unvaccinated people. Yeah i think that there is a percentage of people who no matter what happened. And they're not only going to get vaccinated but they're going to push against this in politicize it any way that they can. But we have seen just to halley's point some of the businesses that have already taken upon themselves delta airlines others to impose vaccine mandates. What happened a portion of their employees. Who hadn't been vaccinated got vaccinated. We saw it moving the needle. And i think that the president made that calculation. There's going to be pushed back. Certainly once you have the federal government coming in with a mandate You know however restraint we it's rooted in the constitution which i believe that it is statutorily and constitutionally people don't like that they're going to be people who that's one of the reasons that they pushed against the federal the vaccine is because of a federal mandate but he had to balance that against what is actually going to work. What is actually going to get vaccines in arms. What is actually going to help. Businesses move forward and the economy move forward but thorson. George you guys look at this through decades of history this is gonna work or is this going to backfire to take the staff and you had to make sure that has the possibility look. Mandates have been part of our history for so long. Go back to old. George washington you know he mandated that his soldiers get inoculated against smallpox. And he made a great comment that i think appears today he said necessity not only authorizes. What i'm doing. It compels me to do this. Because if the virus at the smallpox rages it'll be worse than the sort of the enemy. I mean that's where we're at right now. I think for bind to reestablish himself as the leader of the country he had to respond to this crisis and more muscular way he was losing ground because the states were taking so much authority and talking about what they didn't want to do. And and you have to in a crisis show that you're mobilizing every national resource that you're giving direction to the country. And you're making the country feel that they are a whole that their collective individual liberty has to be balanced against public. And i think those are the decisions. He finally made short shorts. The other george. George this works or do you think it will backfire. It will work in the sense that it will encourage people to get vaccinated. And that's a good thing but the president's impatience is understandable as exasperation but constitutional government on the rule of law requires patients. Remember barack obama said twenty times. He could not unilaterally do what eventually he unilaterally did regarding immigration because he was out of patience and the same thing is happening here with mr biden courts however look askance at executive agencies that extract suddenly fast indeed unlimited new powers from old statutes. Well osha though has had some success sick at having those having those authorities Reinforced centers for disease control. Found out that when it decided to could have an eviction moratorium in the name of containing appendix. The statute would not permit that. This is either unconstitutional. If indeed congress has delegated essentially legislative powers to these executive agencies that would violate the non delegation doctrine which alas has been dormant for a long time in the court. However it's illegal if they are reading the statute and finding no mandate for this behavior. It's kind of a court battle right now. I going in the white house. And they're ready for it right the ducks in a row and by right..

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Raised. Should it be shorter than should be almost five months that guidance continues to be eight months that has not changed and joining me now the. Us surgeon general. Dr vic murthy dr murphy. Welcome back to meet the press. Thank you joe. Good to see you. I wanna start with a basically before. He even took the oath of office. President biden Was very skeptical. Said there wouldn't be a mandate said. He didn't think the federal government would get involved in mandates there shouldn't be mandates etc Now he's changed his mind why we'll check from the beginning The president and all of us have said we've got to us every level we have in order to fight this pandemic. And that's what you see happening right now over the last several months. We've been working hard to get vaccines out to the public. Partnering with the private sector using every power the government has and now in the face of delta. We've got to move to the next phase of that response that involves focusing not just an expanding the vaccination effort through a combination of mandates and access but it also involves focusing on increasing testing capacity shoring up our healthcare systems which are really struggling in the face of this delta variant so. There was a lot in the plan that the president announced. Because we've got to bring everything to bear at this moment to fight. The pandemic is this an acknowledgement though that that this is i mean when you do a mandate that he's describing for private businesses. That feels like the last tool in the toolbox. If this doesn't work then what what you know what i would say. Let's just step back for moment. If you look at how far we've come We've gotten over two hundred million people one shot vaccine that seventy five percent of all eligible americans who've gotten a shot and have some degree of protection but we're not done yet because what we see is that because millions of more people are not infected. They're susceptible at moments like this with the delta variant the requirements that the president spoke about will help eighty million people the private sector seventeen million health workers and over three point five million federal workers and contractors to move closer to vaccination and. Here's the interesting thing. chuck that i think. A lot of people don't recognize many businesses have actually been looking forward to this. The business roundtable has said that this is the right move. The american medical association certainly in the health side said this is the right move. I think it will help. Workplaces do what they wanna do which is make workplaces safer so that people can feel more secure coming back to work and we can keep our economy strong given where what you had to do this week with this sort of reset Or next phase of of battling covert it really now puts. The decision may to change the masking guidance. On the vaccination. It really looks like that was a major mistake Y that seems like the one moment where politics got in the way of science because the delta variant was going through india very rapidly the. Who at that time was saying. It was a very enough concern and we seem to be acting acting at that time. As if the variant wasn't gonna come here. How did we miss this so badly in. May we'll check if you talk to the cdc about this what. They'll tell us that they were doing what they've always time. Which is to make sure that they are looking closely at the science and the date and using that to guide their decision making what they saw in may with the pre delta Version of kobe nineteen. Was that the people who were vaccinated. When they got breakthrough infections That they had a very very low likelihood of transmitting which is one of the reasons they feel comfortable pulling back on mask mandates but then things changed the delta variant came and the delta variants seem to indicate that vaccinated people who had breakthrough infections would be more likely to spread than those with The alpha variant or prior variance. And that's why. They shifted their guidance. Once again one of the things that we have to be able to do chuck in a public health. Pandemic like this. We've got to be able to look at data in real time to adjust our approach accordingly and then communicate that clearly to the public. We've got to prepare be prepared to keep doing that in the future when you were part of the campaign during twenty twenty. You were part of a team that emphasize a full response here. It's not just a vaccination approach. We've gotta get testing a contact. Tracing going it does feel as if the approach in the last eight months has been it's vaccines or bust Now you're there's a new effort to enhance testing. But where where was this the first eight or nine months because it does feel as if everything was focused on the vaccine and i get it. It's the simplest way out but it's not the only one and we've got a mass divide in this country. It's only gotten worse. Well we'll check your. You're absolutely right. That there has to be a multipronged strategy to address this pandemic. And we've actually been talking about that from the beginning. Vaccines certainly the backbone of that effort. But we know that. Other mitigation measures like masking. Distancing are important we know that testing is a critical part of the response infrastructure. And we know that shoring up and strengthening our healthcare system so we can take care of those who are. Sick is essential to Union addition to those being the areas of focus the president's announcement this week and actually been focusing on those over the last many months the billions of dollars in the aarp that were put toward testing to help. Schools for example have testing in place. So they could be ready for. The fall were a reflection of their broader set of priorities. That focus unmasking Has also been a piece of the recent announcement Actually that the president made that we are going to be sending tests millions of tests to food banks and to community health center so that people can access them free also part of that effort so yes it is true that in the in the news you see a significant focus on vaccines But let them not You know convince or conveyed anyone That they reproach here has not been brought. It has been. I've been part of the discussions. We're focusing and taking that broad approach part of the community conversations but we're to people about the variety of steps. We've got to take to get through this a practical herd immunity and in however you that wants to be defined. Let me define it this way. An uptick of ten percentage points over the next three months plus the delta variants sadly ripping through the unvaccinated are we going to be at herd immunity by the end of this calendar year because of with the combination of what i just described moore delta sadly ripping through the unvaccinated and slight uptick in vaccinations. We'll chuck how quickly we get To to a level where cases are low and stay low really depends on what we do collectively not just the government but each of us as private citizens and what universities and schools and businesses do if we work quickly to get people vaccinated That we will get there faster But we got to come together. Chuck let me tell you this. One of the things that we cannot afford to do during this pandemic is allow The covy nineteen experience to turn us against each other. Our enemy is the virus. It is not each other and i was reflecting yesterday. Chalk on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven but what we learned from the terrible tragedy. One of the things that sticks with me is that in that moment of crisis. We responded by coming together. I saw neighbors helping one another get through this crisis. I saw people turn to strangers who are suffering and offer them support..

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US: Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

US: Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

"Businesses. Showdown between Arkansas lawmakers and the state's governor is over and a law banning gender confirming treatments and surgery. Transgender youths set to go on the books. CBS is Allison Keyes, Republican controlled Senate and House easily voted to override Governor Asa Hutchinson's veto of the bill. Republican governor acted amid opposition from pediatricians Social worker's appearance of transgender youth who said it hurt a community already at high risk for depression and suicide The day Seo Yoo says it will challenge the law before it's set to take effect

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Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban

"Bill focused on transgender young people. Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has vetoed legislation that would have made his state the first to ban gender confirming treatments for transgender youth. His decision came after pleas from pediatricians, social workers and parents of trans youth opposed to the measure that the CBS is Jim. Her solo lawmakers in Arkansas, though, can override the governor's veto by a simple majority numbered Harvard Group of

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GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates

CNN 5 Things

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates

"Some states are dropping their mask mandates despite a direct plea from president biden to renew the orders. Mississippi governor tate reeves tweeted quote. No thank you. Mr president in response to mr biden's request citing declining case numbers in his state. Arkansas governor asa hutchinson is leading. The state's mask mandate expired today. Although masks will still be required in some venues

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Arkansas Senate OKs ban on treatments for transgender youth

Democracy Now! Audio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas Senate OKs ban on treatments for transgender youth

"The arkansas state senate has passed a bill that would ban gender affirming care to transgender minors including hormones and puberty blockers if republican governor asa hutchinson signs. The bill arkansas will become the first state to ban gender affirming care to trans youth chase strange deputy director for transgender justice at the aclu's and hiv project. Denounce the bill. As quote the single most extreme anti trans law to ever pass through a state legislature.

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Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban

Morning Edition

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban

"Governor Asa Hutchinson has signed a bill that bans transgender girls and women from competing in school sports teams consistent with their gender identity. Jacqueline Frohlich with member station K U A E F says Arkansas will join Mississippi as the first states to enact such laws. After signing the bill, Governor Hutchinson issued a statement claiming girls and women should be free to compete without interference from any quote student of the male sex. A reference to transgender girls and women, he asserts the law is needed to level the playing field in women's sport. Arkansas trance activists worry the new law will lead to genital checks during required sport physicals. Arkansas lawmakers are also expected to pass a bill barring gender affirming medical care for trans youth, with the exception of psychological counseling. For NPR News. I'm Jacqueline Froelich and fade. Phil.

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Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban into law

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban into law

"Northam. NPR NEWS, The Republican governor of Arkansas has signed a law that bans transgender women and girls from competing in school sports teams consistent with their gender identity. Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the move. On Thursday, Arkansas became the second state to enact such restrictions. Representatives from medical and child welfare groups say the law will have

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House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package

Rob Kendall Show

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package

"Is on the way $1400 for many Americans with the passage of the American rescue plan, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, reacting to the plan on CBS's face the Nation. While there's many good things about it is too large, and we've got to make sure the states have flexibility. The nearly $2 trillion relief bill was signed into law last week by President Biden with no Republican votes in Congress.

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Americans see better days ahead in pandemic and economy

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Americans see better days ahead in pandemic and economy

"NEWS BRIEF. The economy seems poised for a shot in the arm of its own, with Americans bullish about its prospects both nationally and locally amid the covert 19 pandemic that, according to a new CBS News poll, director of surveys Anthony Salvato on Face the Nation. People tell us that they think this bill is going to help them. Personally, That's always important as well as of course, the national economy, So the bill is a done deal. Arkansas Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson says he wishes it had not passed. There's great investments in there. Why there's Republican opposition well is just simply too large.

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Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:44 min | 2 years ago

Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

"Arkansas governor. Asa hutchinson on tuesday signed into law legislation banning all abortions in the state a sweeping measure that supporters hope will force the us supreme court to revisit its landmark roe v wade decision but opponents vowed to block before it takes effect later this year. The republican governor had expressed reservations about the bill which only allows the procedure to save the life of the mother and does not provide exceptions for those impregnated in an active rape or incest. Arkansas is one of at least fourteen states. Swear legislators have proposed outright abortion bans this year hutchison said he was signing the bill because of its overwhelming legislative support and my sincere and long-held pro-life convictions. The bands were pushed by republicans. Who want to force the. Us supreme court to revisit. Its nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy three roe. V wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide conservatives believed the court is more open to striking down the decision following former president. Donald trump's three appointments to the court must abolish abortion in this nation just as we abolished slavery in the nineteenth century. All lives matter republican senator jason reports. The bill's sponsor said in a statement. The legislation won't take effect until ninety days off to the majority republican legislature adjourns. This year's session abortion rights supporters. Say they plan to challenge the banning court before then. The american civil liberties union of arkansas called the ban cruel and unconstitutional.

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U.S. Officials Warn Governors Against Easing Restrictions

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:11 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Officials Warn Governors Against Easing Restrictions

"The country, but federal officials worry that it could be stalling out health officials. Urging people not to relax their use of masks and social distancing as more vaccines become available. States and cities, meanwhile, have been gradually lifting restrictions in recent weeks and Arkansas the governor says all public health mandates for businesses. Become guidelines. Susanna Cytotec of member Station K. You A F reports Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson lifted all state directives imposed on restaurants, bars, gyms, salons, indoor and outdoor venues and other businesses. Directives included enforcement too, and penalties. Hutchinson says businesses will still be incentivized to continue to follow mask wearing in social distancing guidelines to maintain liability protections because the business liability protection is based upon Following public health guidelines and making a good faith effort to make sure everyone is safe and their employment if people's behaviors lead to more new cases and hospitalizations, Hutchinson says he is prepared to reinstate mandated measures on businesses. For NPR NEWS. I'm Susanna Cytotec in Fayetteville, Arkansas. President Biden is back in Washington

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"President Trump's impeachment trial defense team Vibe attorneys have left with little more than a week before the trial is set to begin in the Senate. February 9th. 45 Republican senators stated this past week that impeaching a former president is unconstitutional. Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas discussed the situation on a bee sees this week, the Senate trial is going to refocus what happened on the attack on the capital and is going to call all Republicans to take a position more clearly. President Trump has helped build the party in the last four years. I hope he does not help to destroy the party in the coming for years. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the charge of incitement of insurrection against Trump stemming from the deadly right at the U. S Capitol by his supporters is not being used for political revenge. This trial is about the protection of the Constitution and the preservation of our republic. We will insist upon the integrity and fairness of the proceedings. Five people died in the chaos, including a U. S. Capitol police officer who was beaten by rioters 67 senators would need to vote guilty to convict Trump and Republican efforts did have been voting access or taking shape in statehouses nationwide what the floor of legislation aimed at limiting measures that led to record turnout in the 2020 presidential election. Do you pee? Lawmakers have filed scores of bills to impose new restrictions on Mel and voting strength and voter I d requirements and tighten registration procedures. The proposals are advancing in taxes and states like Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania that backed President Joe Biden and November From the W B A P News desk. I Nicolo say your next update is at 6 24 7 coverage at WB AP dot coms. I don't obviously know not only wanted haven't really Don't think.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on AP News

"Sign up for that more protests in Russia this weekend. Activists say police detained more than 5100 protesters across the country on Sunday alone, they're demanding the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News. I'm Julie Walker, Bernie Sanders infamous Inauguration Mittens, which became instant means are the gift that keeps on giving. The mittens are in such demand Creator John Ellis, who stopped making them had to find a partner. I'm actually at Vermont, Teddy, they're teaching. Designer how to make them and the Vermont schoolteacher sent them to Senator Sanders five years ago and just heard from him after they took on a life of their own. It was like talking to an old friend. Honestly, I've never met him before, and he called me and I was nervous. Alice is grateful. That means they're making people laugh and marvels at the facts. Andrews is so skilled at never losing a mitten people. Where's the walking all the time? Don't know what his strategy is for not losing his big Vermont Teddy Bear says a portion of mittens. Sale's proceeds will go to the local make a wish. Charity. I'm Julie Walker. The mittens are in such demand creator Jen Ellis, who stopped making them had to find a partner. I'm actually at Vermont Teddy Bear teaching. Designer how to make them and the Vermont school teacher sent them to Senator Sanders five years ago and just heard from him after they took on a life of their own. It was like talking to an old friend. Honestly, I've never met him before, and he called me and I was nervous. Alice is grateful. That means they're making people laugh and marvels at the facts. Andrews is so skilled at never losing a mitten Pete, Where's the walking all the time? Don't know what his strategy is for not losing his big Vermont Teddy Bear says a portion of mittens. Sale's proceeds will go to the local make a wish Charity. I'm Julie Walker Governor Asa Hutchinson says. If he were her constituents, I would not vote for her. Green promotes Cuban on conspiracy theories and has advocated violence against Democrats and the FBI. I don't think we ought to punish people From a disciplinary standpoint of party standpoint, because they think something a little bit different, But Senator Bernie Sanders says that's something to rethink. This is something that Republican Party has got to deal with. Your comments were made on ABC this week. I'm Julie Walker. AP News for Friday January 29th I'm Tim McGuire, CDC director, Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says coronavirus cases and deaths remain high. We continue to have over four times the daily number of cases as we have over the summer. Public health experts are also wary of the variance of the virus that have been emerging Be sarcoma. Ghani has the story, Dr Anthony Fauci says. It's just what viruses do. But they can on Lee mutate. If they spread getting people vaccinated as quickly and as efficiently as you possibly can will always be the best way to prevent the further evolution of any mutant. So far, Fauci says existing vaccines are effective against the variance from the UK, Brazil and South Africa. The drug makers should be ready to tweak the vaccines to stay ahead of the virus. This is a wake up call to all of US soccer mahogany Washington. Johnson and Johnson says the company's single dose vaccine has produced encouraging results in recent testing. It hopes it will be approved soon for emergency use in the U. S. President Biden says he's willing to move ahead on his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package with or without congressional Republicans. Choice couldn't be clear. We have learned from past crises. The risk is not doing too much. Risk is not doing enough. Senate Democrats.

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"asa hutchinson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"asa hutchinson" Discussed on AP News

"Governor Asa Hutchinson says If he were her constituents, I would not vote for her. Green promotes Cuban on conspiracy theories and has advocated violence against Democrats and the FBI. I don't think we ought to punish people from a disciplinary standpoint of party standpoint because they think something a little bit different, but Senator Bernie Sanders says That's something to rethink. This is something that Republican Party Has got to deal with your comments were made on ABC this week. I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker, A Republican governor says he would not vote for a member of his own party representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has a history of incendiary social media posts, but stopped short of denouncing her as Democrats pushed their colleagues to act. Governor is a Hutchinson says. If he were her constituents, I would not vote for her. Green promotes Cuban on conspiracy theories and has advocated violence against Democrats and the FBI. I don't think we ought to punish people from a disciplinary standpoint of party standpoint, because they think something a little bit different. But Senator Bernie Sanders questions whether Republicans will be a conservative party that believes in democracy or an authoritarian party based on big lies. Conspiracy theories and, in fact a movement toward violence. Their comments were made on ABC s this week. I'm Julie Walker. Governor is a Hutchinson says If he were her constituents, I would not vote for her. Green promotes Cuban on conspiracy theories and has advocated violence against Democrats and the FBI. I don't think we ought to punish people From a disciplinary standpoint of party standpoint, because they think something a little bit different, But Senator Bernie Sanders says that's something to rethink. This is something the Republican Party has got to deal with. Your comments were made on.

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Drones Are Hurting Flood Rescue Efforts in Oklahoma

America Trends

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Drones Are Hurting Flood Rescue Efforts in Oklahoma

"Authorities in Oklahoma state thrones are hurting the flood rescue efforts. Here's more from USA's Chris Barnes. The tosa area hit hard by dangerous flooding as the Arkansas river continues to rise an emergency. Helicopters have been tried to search for flood victims and drop supplies in the area. But sergeant Richard Newland verb of the Tulsa police says their efforts have been hampered by people trying to take pictures of the damage with groans. We're having people are flying. Drones out there outside of the state of regulations. He says about thirty drones we're flying. Illegally at one time in the area on Tuesday and the helicopters had to be kept away to avoid a crash. There's more rain in the forecast in western Arkansas, with the Arkansas river is nearing its crest governor ASA Hutchinson. We are looking at nature and its power and its, and it can be very devastating. And so we have to take this very seriously.

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Arkansas Governor Hutchinson names 85 Opportunity Zones

Doc Washburn

00:46 sec | 5 years ago

Arkansas Governor Hutchinson names 85 Opportunity Zones

"Full recovery good for him god bless these people all right this weekly radio address governor asa hutchinson explained opportunities oh the goal of the opportunities jones is to encourage private investment in distress communities president trump saw this is a way of spreading the benefits of the tax cuts and jobs act two more americans with the assistance of the arkansas economic development commission and local economic leaders i nominated eighty five opportunities owns wants the treasury department proves our choices we can move ahead i'm confident that investors will see the benefit of this program which will breathe new life into communities and ensure that our state remains economically diverse and healthy governor hutchinson also said the designated opportunities owns will.

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