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"b. c." Discussed on KOMO
"To fifty live now to A. B. C. news they cover our world it is expected to outline the plans to re open the economy in an announcement about an hour from now A. B. C.'s Karen Travers says he's already present presented it to the nation's governors earlier this week president trump claimed he had total authority over when states would reopen now as he announces a plan to get Americans back to work and get the economy back up and running he's deferring to the nation's governors a source familiar with the president's phone call today with governor says he told them these guidelines are not orders from the federal government and they could move through the phases at their own pace Karen Travers A. B. C. news Washington the governor of New York and the mayor of Washington DC are among the officials who are extending their safer at home orders through at least mid may and in some cases longer the president with a shot out to workers in one industry who have been answering the call to action during the course I speak for the three hundred and thirty million plus Americans that we say thank god for truckers area over here A. B. C. news one thousand and ninety seven seven good afternoon couple days time to thirty one I'm Taylor van sice now our top stories become twenty four seven news center congratulations are in order for Seattle in the entire state Univ researchers say you are successfully flattening the curve but that's not to say we're out of the woods almost corpsman Hanks planes the virology lab at the university of Washington has performed tens of thousands of coronavirus tests in a new statement the lab says its data indicated true bending of the curve in the prevalence of the virus in the Seattle area and in Washington as a whole looking back the lab says positive tests reached their peak around March twenty seventh and have been declining ever since the estimate positivity rates will drop below two percent around late April and below one percent in mid may the lab adds the usual caviar here it says these projections depend on maintaining current levels of social distancing if those levels are not maintained they say all bets are off Corwin hate komo news encouraging news when it comes to the coronavirus in king county there have been fewer cases in king county over the past several days seventy seven new cases yesterday which is down quite a lot from what was even just a week ago executive Dow Constantine says social distancing appears to be working I don't think there's any question but that they are working and I want to congratulate the people can count in Washington for taking this seriously for taking personal responsibility helping to drive down that Kerr he does say clearly we are not out of the woods yet though we still have to look at what we're going to be doing over the course next year or two to get back to work and to get the economy moving again not a factor komo news the bill and Melinda gates foundation increases its funding for the fight against covert nineteen we get details and composer kites the foundation adds one hundred fifty million dollars to one hundred million already committed the money will be spent on quickening the development of drugs and vaccines and strengthen health systems in Africa and.
"b. c." Discussed on WSB-AM
"Channel you're listening to an ABC news special copay nineteen what do you need to know B. C. news correspondent Amy Robach and with me as always is ABC chief medical correspondent Dr Jen Ashton and Dr Jenn we've talked a lot about how the hospitals have been inundated a force with covert nineteen patients and so so many people across the country are having to postpone routine treatments among them cancer patients and survivors we now I know how scary it is just to live with that diagnosis but imagine doing that during these times there is a huge impact every year in this country about one point eight million Americans are diagnosed with cancer so that is a huge number of people we also know that early on in this pandemic the American cancer society put out a statement recommending that all routine cancer screenings be temporarily postponed which of course can trigger a lot of fear and anxiety for people and as a result of that we also know now that people who have already been diagnosed with cancer are now facing delays in their treatment so it's a stressful time both medical and psychological I mean for people who are fighting cancer what can they expect to face right now well I think we have to understand that there's a lot we still have to learn about how cancer and COPD at nineteen or this corona virus interacts from already very limited published preliminary data that comes out of China it does appear that people with cancer face a higher risk of death than people without cancer the risk was seven point six percent for people with cancer verses one point four percent of someone without any pre existing medical condition we also think that if someone who is in the process of having treatment for cancer becomes sick with cold at nineteen that we have to prioritize and it's probably a better idea for the cancer treatment to be put on hold and to just manage the corona virus or covert nineteen because cancer treatments can weaken the immune system in and of themselves so we don't want to add salt to the wound wow and and what don't we know right now about how code nineteen affects cancer patients there's still a lot to learn Amy I mean first of all we don't know how this pandemic will play out in terms of affecting new diagnoses of cancer in this country we also don't know if the pandemic will have an effect on mortality rates or death rates either because of delay in treatment for people who already have cancer or because they're getting sicker with covert nineteen and we also don't know how different types of cancer may interact with covert nineteen so for example we don't know if someone battling breast cancer will fare differently with exposure or disease of coronavirus versus someone let's say with colorectal cancer there's still a lot of data that needs to be collected and then studied all right Dr Jen Ashton we will be checking in with you shortly well now to the city of Atlanta and efforts there to ensure those hardest hit by the crisis are not forgotten mayor Keisha lance bottoms has been guiding that charge and she is here with more on what is happening mayor thank you so much for being with us today we appreciate your time and I know you've just put a plan in place to help the homeless in your community it's a population often overlooked how's that going to work thank you for having me and certainly as we're looking at how cold it nineteen I think all of our communities we have to think about our most vulnerable populations including the homeless population we've had an influx of homeless people sleeping in our airport so many businesses are closed where they may go and charging their phones are a grab a bite to eat and really our airport has been the shelter of last resort for so many of them so we set aside over eight million dollars in our city budget to help with these efforts we also recently set aside an additional one point five million dollars looking for philanthropic incorporate matched in that so that not only can we get people held but we can make sure that as we have them in the central location that we are able to provide the supportive services that can help in the cycle of homelessness yeah I'm in terms.
"b. c." Discussed on WTVN
"B. C. six first warning weather from meteorologist Jim going all the gusty one today winds will be up to twenty five miles an hour this afternoon hi stays only of forty six degrees some fonts tonight the low thirty two Jim says it won't be a killing frost though but sunshine for Saturday little bit milder high of fifty six but rain and wind for Easter Sunday and for Monday weather is powered by the basement Dr mostly cloudy now thirty three and Lewis center thirty four your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN this news a service of legacy retirement group press conferences that have been have been going on for weeks at the Ohio statehouse over the covered nineteen pandemic but Thursday was first time protesters gathered outside to oppose the governor's state home orders thank you James Dr Amy acting director of the Ohio department of health address their concerns I want you to know that every move we're making a space in the best science and we will not leave your side as we get you carefully do this arduous journey ahead and there were about fifty people chanting and holding signs they could even be heard during the press briefing governor Mike DeWine says his administration is focusing on a plan to get people back to work once a pandemic subside so I wanted to give you an indication that we're working just as hard just as hard on how we come back from this as we were when we focused on stay home orders shutting down now as of Thursday there were just over five thousand cases sixteen hundred hospitalizations in just over two hundred deaths in Ohio due to coronavirus local hospitals say they've been preparing for a pandemic like this long before it was declared Dr Bruce Vander Hoff chief medical officer at Ohio health Tel six ten WTVN smart blazer event improvise come up of personal protective equipment unfortunately this illness hit some of the sources of that world wide supply chain pretty severely so that by the time I got to us our usual sources had been really really badly impacted and their solution three D. printing especially for their squads to help conduct testing lieutenant governor John Huston says one hundred thirty two million dollars has been paid out so far to more than two hundred thousand Ohioans who lost their jobs because of the pandemic nearly seven hundred thousand people have applied for unemployment in the last few weeks alone in Ohio radio six ten WTVN sports all I see president Michael Drake in an interview with W. O. issues says he expects the college football season look different this year due to cope with nineteen Drake not ruling out games without fans or with reduced attendance we'll talk about that and more this morning when athletic director gene Smith joins goal at seven thirty five fifty eight NFL prospects invited by the league to take part in the NFL draft telecast our guys chase young general good and JK Dobbins in that group and Forbes says the Yankees the most valuable franchise in baseball worth five billion dollars in needs and Reds twenty fifth and twenty sevens I just over one billion from the central I wanted to sports steps backward use radio six ten WTVN coming up.
"b. c." Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"b. c." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I. B. C. great to be with it W. I. B. C. and his is doing fantastic but could not be happier but of course I have sponsors I won't lie I am sponsors were like you know what while this is going on some of us can't even be in business or holding off on advertising well these are people who I do endorsements for their business of course that are slowing down you know I got drunk I'll give it to her for example if you're somebody who is like I I was gonna have you know we do that that master bathroom you could be talking to but we're remodeling we could be talking the F. Marber right the flooring people well no one's having people in the house right now do you work for those people aren't aren't levels a standstill great companies great for Indianapolis throw that they're with us but the the advertising changes right and so they hold off well did I I of course get financially impacted there's there's there's no question that that happens all right this is this is what it takes I still support my sponsors I still want them to be back when when we get to opening up the country and certainly opening up Indiana they're going to be right there ready to go to take care of you and your needs the skills for a for all the sponsors that that we have none of the people sleep number they've held off on the arm dis United haven't heard it I agree with them certainly there's an impact but as this this this impact is is going on and is keeps building up there the question is going to be how do you how do you open back up right and that also involves what the house is doing the same is doing on the stimulus bill is two point two trillion dollars but even with all that impact I still want them to read it I don't like this thing at all I know it's going to pass and I don't want you to think otherwise it's going to pass is it possible to speak because you can add some level of of further poison pill on there of course it's possible remember she's not interested in you she's interested in winning I'm gonna say it again she is not interested in you she's just not that into you she is interested in winning that's all she cares about that's all that matters to her so with that you have to know that it's possible for her to add almost anything what I think is gonna happen because she wants the voice vote she wants to get this through C. like this victory we already have members of Congress saying they're gonna be more stimulus packages you have represented Escobar saying we could see a fourth of the six year center bulletin Paul who lied about his Vietnam service saying that there could be a fourth fifth or sixth package remember this is phase three phase one was the eight point three billion dollars on the healthcare side phase two was about paid family leave phase two was about extending unemployment benefits phase three is this two point two trillion with a T. trillion dollar stimulus package which tells people why you're better off staying home and going back to work and people like how dare you you think if you want to tell them they can't have this extra six hundred dollars a week know what I want to say is if people are getting paid more to stay at home they will not go back to work because the human condition has not changed because of coronavirus that doesn't mean that some things won't change because of corona virus one of those changes the Indy five hundred will be run in August now this is a definite or is this hopeful they selected a date Doug Boles he is the president of the in loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One moment rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with.
"b. c." Discussed on WSB-AM
"Gatherings during this pandemic B. C. heard of land is asking that events with fifty people or more be called off or postponed for the next eight weeks in an effort to prevent further spread of covert nineteen they're talking about things like conferences festivals weddings concerts or sporting events that's WSP health reporter Sabrina Cupid schools and businesses are not included in the CDC recommendation infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says we reached a critical point of fighting corona viruses you look at the curves that I described multiple double times this window that we're in is going to be very important for us to stay ahead of this curve during an appearance at the White House he says they've entered a new phase of testing for the virus he also praises travel restrictions to and from Europe a clinical trial funded by the national institutes of health begins today in Washington state for a corona virus vaccine five young healthy volunteers will receive different doses co developed by N. I. H. N. moderno Inc there's no chance participants could get infected from the shops because they don't contain the virus itself reporter Ben Thomas says health officials have announced that it'll take a year to eighteen months to develop a vaccine for the governor of Illinois orders all bars and restaurants in the state shut down for the rest of the month to fight the spread of coronavirus reporter Jackie quinces JB Pritzker has been vocally critical of the federal response to the pandemic earlier he blasted the trump administration because of long lines of returning international passengers at o'hare airport where some three thousand people were crammed together in the cost Ms area other states including Ohio and Washington state of also closed restaurants and bars for now WSU's time six thirty three with the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Georgia approaching one hundred W. S. B. bill guy at your reports live on how people in metro Atlanta R. jesting yet Judd weekend plans change with one goal in mind trying not to get this grown a virus from the open Mike on the WSB radio at people say now is a good time to enjoy the great outdoors I went outside and stood in that that light from the sky that comes out once a week you're telling us some easy ways to ensure social distancing for my corona cation we're cleaning out the garage at least at last count the number of coronavirus cases in Georgia was at ninety nine but health experts warn it's likely much higher due to a lack in testing reporting live bill coming out you go ninety five point five W. SP the Peace Corps suspending its global operations and evacuating volunteers as corona virus spreads Peace Corps director Jody Olson tells participants she's acting now so they're not stranded in host country airlines ever do schedules as movements restricted also insists the suspensions temporary and volunteers will return to their posts what we've been told not to panic over corona virus and get this song once again.
"b. c." Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Of the incredible headlines on curcumin and tell us why you use this and we talk about the software a few minutes ago this patented B. C. M. ninety five formula of curcumin with seven times greater absorption okay well first of all I think well people might not know the term curcumin they may well know turmeric root which is a yellow spice and it shows up in curries and it's part of the five thousand year old Indian hired that X. system of medicine I've been studying tumor Rick and its derivative curcumin since the nineteen seventies and I'll say this right off the bat that there are almost no plant materials in the world has extensively studied is there's a couple of thousand studies can be found in the scientific and medical literature we know that curcumin is powerfully antioxidant we know that it has a remarkable capacity to protect the liver and the liver is our primary detoxifying organ it grew Jaitley enhances joint health so if people are experiencing joint discomfort due to over use this really helps to relieve that and it's also what we call cardio protective it helps to protect the heart it helps to maintain normal healthy cholesterol and one last thing that is really kind of astounding is that curcumin actually causes your body to produce what are called neuro protective factors in the brain so it causes your body to produce these agents in the brain that protect the actual tissue of the nerves in the brain itself there's almost nothing else that we know of that does this specifically the PCM ninety five that you mentioned offers about seven times the absorption of any other curcumin extract so when you take two hundred fifty milligrams of the stuff you get about seven times the activity that you would if you took say a comparable amount of another curcumin extract so this in my opinion is one of the most life enhancing protective totally beneficial substances on earth and it has just decades of scientific and medical studies to back it up yeah Chris I know that we talked already about the green tea in the curcumin in your new green tea C. R. liquid soft gel formula which purities giving away for free today but first tell me about the third nutrient on the lists the respect ritual which is super hot right now share with us some of the headlines and the science behind resveratrol I know it's from red wine and French love it but why is it on your shortlist well written fair trial is one of those remarkable compounds that I just said to shake my head at how many different things it does it is found in grapes in wine grapes it also shows up in cranberries what we know about raise their trolleys that like green tea in also like curcumin extract it's profoundly anti Occident but more than that it shows significant properties when you look at some of the things in the body that happened during aging as a result of fat accumulation in tissue and insulin sensitivity respiratory all helps to protect against those things it's a powerful immune regulator and you know our means system is responsible for keeping us healthy it is remarkably beneficial for the heart and this is why it's considered one of the keys to the so called French paradox in of the French drink a lot of red wine they eat a lot of cheese they smoke cigarettes and they stay slim and they have good cardiovascular health which just seems completely unfair but Rivera troll appears to be key in that and additionally there is a brain benefit like there is with the curcumin with blood flow to the brain so when you take rest Vera trawl you get brain blood flow this means you get more oxygen to the tissues of the brain your brain cells stay healthier longer your mind is clear sharp and focused so this is on my short list for all those reasons and for about a dozen more that would just plain take too long to explain right again we're talking with Chris Kilham also known as the Indiana Jones of natural medicine sometimes called the medicine hunter as well Chris let's laser in on how this wonderful formula that you created in conjunction with purity products I know the purities been in business now for what is over twenty years they've got a top rating from the better business bureau and people can get a complimentary bottle of this green tea C. R. today will give that number out in a few minutes but first what does the C. R. stay informed second you designed this formula in a liquid soft gel why do you like the liquid soft gel technologies so much okay first question first it's called green tea C. R. which is short for green tea curcumin and resveratrol the big three ingredients that are in this product and meaningful protective amount the reason that it's in a liquid soft gel is that that allows for rapid and very complete absorption I'm not suggesting that there's anything wrong with tablets or capsules that contain powders because there isn't but when you have a fluid soft gel you just happened to get more quick break down of the capsule more rapid absorption and to some extent more complete absorption into the intestines that means that your body utilizes more of the ingredients in the supplements so green tea C. R. as green tea curcumin and resveratrol and the reason for a liquid soft gel is it just a superior dosage form especially for these three particular ingredients yeah Chris before tell our listeners how they get their very own complimentary bottle of green tea C. R. tell me this if you wanted to buy this green tea plus the patented B. C. M. ninety five curcumin plus the rest Vera trawl I mean you spend close to probably at least seventy five dollars for all three bottles in the store and yet today purity products is giving away a free bottle how are they able to do this well you can consider it kind of a smart bat and what I mean by that first of all these big but they're also very strategic they know that if a person who's listening will pick up the phone call in and get their free bottle and it really is free as in free and it doesn't cost you money if that person will try the product take it as recommended they're going to feel it and when they feel that they're going to say Gee I want this as part of my regular daily regimen so he's really betting beyond the free bottle they are betting that people will have a positive experience but the saying gosh I like this I love the way I feel on green tea C. R. and they'll order more so from the standpoint I have to say it isn't much of a risk at all please hold I thought I want to get.
"b. c." Discussed on 790 KABC
"A. B. C. I'd love to recap everything that's happened today but we only have an hour I don't think I have the time it's been nonstop breaking news today the president is going to address the nation tonight I originally said five o'clock that time has been changed to six o'clock and we will carry that live right here on M. seven ninety K. A. B. C. as soon as it happens yes and everyone is all over the board on this they're not taking the positions you would assume that they would take Nancy Pelosi is politicizing this and using it as an opportunity to attack president trump and of all people the man who has been running around seeing president trump's praises saying the president trump has been absolutely on point is California governor Gavin Newsom let's go ahead listen give me one second it's almost on the wall one second mmhm learn we have the elevator musically complex duty yeah we had a cut we had a private conversation but he said we're gonna do the right thing and you have my support all of our support the just to clear otherwise so right before he made those statements publicly I had a private conversation with them around four thirty west coast time and he said everything that I could have hoped for and we had a very long conversation and every single thing he said they follow through on so I'm I'm just not interested in and finally daylight on those statements because every single thing his administration and it starts at the top including the vice president has been consistent with the expectation that we repatriate these passengers and we do it in a way that does justice to the spirit that defines the best of our country and the state of California now today the city of San Francisco has banned any public events with more than one thousand people warriors game tomorrow night in San Francisco the first NBA game to be played with no fans well you're forgetting the clippers in the nineteen eighties he was very clever Daryl has canceled the rodeo the rodeo is a big deal and the city of Houston that is no more and it was already going on here it's a month long event and now in the rest of it is canceled think of not just that the you know the performers that have no worked out all the people that are serving drinks all of the vendors that's a lot of job losses the NC double a is not allowing their games to be played in front of audiences we have the pac twelve tournament starting tomorrow we've got March madness starting next week and there will be no fans the gymnastics tournament in Montreal is canceled the figure skating tournament as well why would I say gymnastics yeah L. I met figure skaters ARE saying the same thing with skates Nancy is not happy about it this St Patrick's day parade in New York has been canceled the St Patrick's.
"b. c." Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"N. B. C. news story from back on February third two so this is roughly a month ago and the headline the flu has already killed ten thousand across the United States as the world frets over corona virus that's a C. N. B. C. have no editorializing knoll and dishing or subtraction February third CNBC the flow has already killed ten thousand across the United States as the world friends over coronavirus the sub handed the flow remains a higher threat to U. S. public health then the new coronavirus they flow season alone has sickened at least nine IBM across the United States and one to ten thousand deaths and one hundred eighty thousand hospitalizations roughly a dozen cases of corona virus have been identified in the U. S. this is back on February third month ago so were up from twelve cases to eighty five or eighty six now I had two deaths from a corona virus we have had ten thousand deaths from the flu so far this season one hundred eighty thousand people hospitalized with the flu where is the panic over the flu where is the market plunge because of the flow where is headline after headline after headline talking about stop people getting the flu where is the headline about shortage of hospital surgical masks because of the flu where is the headline we are out of all medical supplies that cosco on stories about the flow this story on the flu was one of the few you could get about it there wasn't a story ten thousand people dead because it happens every year hundred eighty thousand hospitalized it happens every year that's why there are flu shot everybody knows this here comes the corona virus by comparison the common cold and everybody's freaking out and why because they're using it to try to inflict political damage on Donald Trump can't Ohio Margaret your next it's great to have you on the EIB network high brush highlight of my week to talk to you Monday just watched Joe Biden's interview with us Chuck Wallace today and you know the two words that keep coming to my mind chuckwalla struck well all of that I took me a while tell me what you mean Chris why okay yeah what did I miss is a new internet show out there that Biden found okay Chuck Wallace I got John lagging a little behind here today I'm one of these people had the flu this year I was only people in the hospital for it right away hello hi all yes but yeah I am actually I'm here and I'm here I lived to talk about it well I lived to talk about the corona virus after being hospitalized with the flu how about that okay way I wanted to tell you the truth that keeps coming to my mind every time I hear Joe Biden is useful idiot Joe Biden useful idiots for home is he the useful idiots well I tell you what I think there's a lot of people you know deep state kind of people who would love to have him in there they could manipulate that there is no question of plugs gets elected president he's not gonna be all you are soul soul right now useful idiots is a term to describe your average Democrat voter Dave Dave bye all of this incendiary rhetoric rhetoric and help support our useful idiots Biden Biden would be a figurehead and he knows it he knows is a standard for whoever is really behind his candidacy and that's the democratic establishment but who who is going.
"b. c." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"A someone who supports our values not B. C.'s values so it's it's it should be one that we give we should go back and have to get to the primary that's what people should go to by the way Burgess for Utah the number four Utah and they'll have a chance to win back help me went back this house C. one echo country so now to take a step back with me talking to Burgess Owens he is running for Congress former symbol instructions and formidable champions us Super Bowl champion in in in his life why this why why why all of this and then the and then the follow up is you brought up president trump more than than once what is the story you think should be told about president trump did you brought him up as we told our values trump values and what what's the story that we should be told I present something you think you want people to know and why do you think that's a two hundred and twenty okay let's talk about why first one running and it begins with my my great upbringing in Tallahassee Florida six these days of KKK Jim crow segregation what a commuter I grew up it was an awesome community of faith of patriotism of education of local country they will winning big time because the town was to the black community and that this other part to remember Tony black community to forties fifties the sixties lead a country to go to the class make it may be difficult in college men committed to marriage was seven percent you know in Austin was on forty percent that's the American way so why president trump because the staff is give back to America away it is a bit the policies we should put out there has nothing do with color or religion or race is not black white Hispanic is about American policy to help America people president trump has a lot of American people he also is something that that I love and I he's hates bullies I grew up again our time was taught how to deal with bullies because we had to deal with other third black American to get to go to university minus coalition and my dad taught me very simple how to deal with bullies if you run out of his fast you can't hit it as hard as you can they will they will read they will recalculate if they feel pain and that's what's happened with the left today is seen for the first time a president stand up against them and I don't know how to deal with it they understand now because the success is getting that black Americans Hispanic Americans Asian Americans are coming to this this new in light but then a country too is a great place to be Grayson has been mankind and that now is the best time to put in place America first policies that only help us as a as a as a people perhaps the rest of the world this we succeed we have great hearts with the first reach out to help others if we can if we can find a way to get it done and we're we're in the process now where people have more more of disposable income have jobs have options now with education and all those things add up to a more prosperous country and then multiple possible class another quarter that process do you find the Vance it's it's it's a weird conversation to have I know some people feel funny in it my my trepidation in the conversation is that I don't know if it's the first time that we met I've been used to watch a senior do do do the work and have these conversations I have put forth the argument that the reason we don't see more black Republicans is that anytime a black person decides that they're on the political right they immediately get called a traitor and they get attacked have you been called a traitor do you get attacked and how those bonds no question but that is the way the law works you have to understand what was the best thing for Americans to move forward connect no matter whether the Republican independent or Democrat is supposed to talk with the people do best we have conversation we work together pass loosens as long as we the people of our country with the left wants to do is not talk we want to put this process in different corners and and hate each other because of race color religion or science it doesn't matter what it is they do that best what's happened over the years is that and I will say this the best the greatest president of president Obama was a sexy blouse the president the people are always saying what happened hope would change he was a game changer because black Americans had all the hope in a world that he's our savior to realize he's not he actually had to add more misery to invite community.
"b. c." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The American standard heating whether something there's nothing wrong with the goods now just just need enemies ago it quickly the time is seven a seven the three W. I. B. C. is powered by guns N. roses live at Lucas oil stadium and they real mafia faith with his aides playing all the roles of all the people listen this was a disaster for Bloomberg a blue Bloomberg women as the Titanic billion dollar machine Titanic Titanic meet Eisenberg a little more I took him to task in a way that I've never seen the debate she lives it's a protective to turn it over to prosecute them but the worst part about it is for me a lot of after Americans are placing great hope in Bloomberg despite this the stop the first north west of you seeing people trying to move over there and he just wasn't ready he was told that on issue after issue in the reason why he's not in the living room yeah do not tell all he doesn't know terrible attacking people for all I have too much money for trouble trouble tax this is a great answer a lot of people watch you used TurboTax that van Jones that is van Jones that analysis is spectacularly good maybe you didn't hear the turbo tax line from Mike Bloomberg it was well you know were just absolutely positively miserable explaining why he hasn't released his taxes just yet it just takes a long time unfortunately or fortunately fortunately I make a lot of money and we do business all around the world and we are preparing to take the number of pages will probably be in the thousands of pages I can't go to TurboTax but I put out my tax return for twelve years in city hall we will put out this one it says tells everybody everything they need to know it's not even that it was so horrible it was just in its delivery and it's not understanding not understanding people that's the story not understanding people is what's so stunning here Tony cats ninety three W. I. B. C. good morning it's the same story with the farmers it's that he didn't understand he doesn't want to understand the farmer he thinks he knows it it's dawning it is just beyond comprehension and did Elizabeth Warren kick his you know what all over the place it was it was brutal brutal as the day is is long I was discussing this earlier today on fox and friends I will share some of that with you also I there is a lot more to get to including you know we've been following crime here in Indianapolis talking about the violence in Indianapolis for have been charging a quadruple homicide on the northeast side wish TV our news going partners with the story that is what led to people finally getting a little loud about what's going on in our city there been people are alike Rick Snyder from the FOB people like I don't know this very station who've been discussing the issue we've all been on it now we're hearing from others and I and I'm not going to to to in any way slight with the people of the really good on this from the word go that's the people in these neighborhoods and other groups them and talk about why isn't anybody paying attention as they have been on it we're now all on it I'm thrilled people are talking about it will mehr Blue Ridge mayor bridge I see what I did there Matt how's it wishes he was my bridge Joe Hogsett discussing is that this new strategies will be implemented including an expansion of the crime gun intelligence center guns illegally possessed in those who carry them a Public Enemy number one in Indianapolis there's at least one variable is common to most homicides a gun more specifically a gun that is legally possess I'm gonna find myself saying to mayor hog set how do I help because I favor the second amendment and I am fine with people engage in their second amendment rights when he attacks the NRA he is disgusting and wrong we talk about people who are prohibited possessors having a gun that was purchased illegally let's go get him and a whole myriad of other subject to no pose this some gonna say okay now tell me how and this was your plan for the past four years we'll get into all that and the popcorn moments clover jar and put a judge and a moment missed kids turning cats ninety three W. I. B. C. good morning the CZ here with twenty reasons why you should try twenty minutes of exercise once a week at exercising in twenty twenty.
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"B. C. today on the day after his acquittal on two articles of impeachment in the U. S. Senate president trump this morning is at the sixty fifth annual national prayer breakfast in Washington DC where he will soon speak democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi who led impeachment efforts spoke a short time ago for us today people of faith leaders lawmakers and activist who can mobilize the public we pray that the moral clarity of face moves us to demand justice for those who are suffering before Pelosi spoke a smiling president trump held up the front page of a newspaper headlining his acquittal trump has not yet spoken president trump also plans to hold a press conference at noon on his acquittal on those two articles of impeachment no more drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants in New York the acting secretary of homeland security announced Wednesday that New York state residents can no longer participate in certain trusted traveler programs including global entry due to provisions in the state's new green light law supporting undocumented immigrants here's correspondent burn gringos city also said in that letter that quote it will impede the ice objective of protecting the people of New York from any threats to national security and public safety the law which went into effect in December allows undocumented immigrants to apply for a New York driver's licenses while protecting applicants information from immigration enforcement agencies new York's governor Cuomo says its political retaliation because in New York City is a sanctuary city and he promises to take all legal action against it two of three potential will want a corona virus cases are negative in New York City with the city still awaiting results on a third potential case correspondent Saralee Kessler reports in New York City wants to speed testing right now a CDC lab in Atlanta is doing all the testing for corona virus but mayor de Blasio says if it could be done in the city we get the results a whole lot faster something new York's Asian community says could halt the fear and panic a lot of local this are suffering because you folks have stayed away from with a Chinese restaurants with different things like that the mayor says the CDC is now agreed to give New York the tools to get it done but now it needs a local labs to get the okay I'm certainly Kessler for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news New York City mayor de Blasio delivers his state of the city address at one thirty this afternoon right now all of ninety four points W. A. B. C. news I'm not three traffic sports and weather next radio seventy seven W. ABC mark entertaining and informative we like to call their profession journalism it's not anymore now as best I can to opinion is in is in a word so all clean we're not giving journalism ladies and gentleman we're getting opinion is and of course it is left wing Democrat party status progressive opinion is and I think this is.
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"A. B. C. at the question that just does settle for your anyway that was investigate reporter he's a he's with the Sinclair group that was James Rosen that asks the question and a good morning James good morning to you guys great to be back with you nice it is a it's a pleasure and in my opinion any same observer James but whether they tell you about a minute or not who doesn't think that the you know that that these people don't they do hate the president I mean that they did just not telling the truth they that these people loathe and despise the president in my opinion what do you think well I've always hold well with the the servers yeah get a look I I I asked the question I have elicited the response it did I think it's in the history books at this point I think that I was surprised frankly it won't be the speaker's response often collected officials will simply ignore shouted questions at their exiting the room I will say I think that this might have unfolded a little differently maybe only a little differently but at least a little differently asa the speaker called a press conference she studiously avoided doing that you're always sitting right there in the front row but in any case I think it I think it was a court okay because it it it gave people a chance to speak on this issue when you look at what the market a lot of trump supporters of the president so probably and and she did it in our own style James rose in by the way James is also a New York times number one author bestseller James this is said good morning you know we did a show last night Bernie and I with bill o'reilly here on Long Island our friend in yours and we talked an awful lot about the media and politicians and they hate the whites but hate that goes around in a lot of that bill but it Lee admits his because trump has has gone into these people whether it's junk continuity blows your item shipped it kind of goes back and forth with them and has no problem savaging them there's no other way to explain what's going on here politically other than its personal and and a lot of us are ready to admit that you think any of them will ever ever ever it made it those old enough to remember Watergate with those of us who like help have studied it the author of a book called the strong John Mitchell of the secrets of Watergate yeah people familiar with the Watergate era will will remember that there was ports Richard Nixon eight ball very big and very very even if you know if it's shortly after this point to refer to president Nixon protected that we talk about your there but it is true that even pound like people have enemies and I think there was a very visible this role just look for succeeding Republican figure Dick Cheney what what what exists now towards president trump is very powerful I think the most vivid expression of the came from Congress will delete all I think that you might have been cut which will elected to leave at that point but it was around the time of her swearing in which she was captured on camera telling sort of raucous audience that we're going to impeach the expletive and and that have come through and so I think that that was an old please let's just say that the Congress woman to mark the usual parliamentary rules of order but I don't know that anyone on that but let me say that that was the basis for all of this I don't think we are obligated to that Bernie to say that there's the whole issue surrounding the the withholding of US military exchange for request for an investigation into one's political rival is reportedly at the peach bowl of that whether the could you process was there whether it's a slam dunk of people over but for all of that I think is up for discussion debate it looks stupid United States Senate but I don't think that this is simply a matter of the evidence right Hey Google play seventy seven W. A. B. C. streaming seventy seven WABC radio listening to one of the most iconic stations in the nation the original radio seventy seven WABC radio dot com the workers were over fifty years the wonderful thing about like a jerk but the right I mean there's nobody had ever done what I've done ever but you do understand that I understand the building just make the numbers you and me it does not get any better than this talk radio seventy seven WABC remembers don Imus seventy seven WABC mark entertaining.
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"Happy new year with less to the B. B. C. was specialists in major areas of the news and all this week some of our experts have been taking us through their predictions for the for the areas in twenty twenty we know there's gonna be some great science stories to report because we always have I was on the program but this is something brother more expert and accuracy on science among global science correspondent Rebecca morale this is going to be a critical yet for climate change in twenty twenty nations will be revealing how the intense caught they greenhouse gas emissions which means we'll find out if that commitments ambitious enough to stop the worst effects of climate change at the moment what countries are doing is falling a fall short confined to say the window of opportunity to act is closing fast it will come to a head at the next round of you and climate negotiations which will be held in girls guy in Scotland in space it's going to be all about malls they're a full missions planned the United Arab Emirates as sending an old with a to study the Martian atmosphere China's going to but they're heading for the surface while Europe and Russia have joined forces with the land that Andre but named off to DNA pine it Rosalyn Franklin and then there's nothing here in addition to settle down right about all say bring along a mini helicopter a fast for the red planet back on earth a big focus will be on nature off the back of a major reports warning that one million pounds and animal species are threatened with extinction nations will be meeting at the convention of biological divest city OCB date in China they'll try to work out how to address the devastating impact that humans are having on the natural world and is this the year that will finally shed light on dark Massa this mysterious stuff makes up a quarter of the universe but no one has ever seen it no two major underground experiments in the US and Europe will ramp up the set scientists say find it could transform our understanding of the universe and in twenty twenty both Boeing and SpaceX all aiming stake passengers to the international space station it's possible not says a big push for an all American human space flight program which has been on hold since they were tight the shuttle fleet in twenty eleven we'll see whether it's Boeing all SpaceX he flies fast but the hope is it will ultimately pave the way for the nationals to the main animals and scientists will be keeping a close eye on and talk to cast a vote last crack is opening up on the front I sheets I'm gonna Vinci creates an iceberg the size of greater London the bridge some taught success by his forty how to remove its for such base so it doesn't end up being dumped in the ocean the BBC's Rebecca morale look for the conversations about doc Massa in twenty twenty two that was on that tomorrow global health correspondent does the same thing gray sons we have on the program but also remarkable office kind of point you towards the interview that we did early with the great count to ten and a show on our website he is another great musician Mao Fujita rising classical pianist from Japan he's twenty one he's one lots of the world's top prize is already is performing across Europe had a chance to catch up with him he's been telling me about the piano came into his life fast we own the house on an acoustic piano at home still ID members that I was nearly hope you bring up a dock close to pee on a list did you put to our house I was on hand for years which even was then to touch on the tour I needed some manner of near piano it was my first time to test a paean what is a new piano smell like does it have a special smell or a special touch you know like a new car smells like a new car is it the same with the PLO yes I think so it yes I own new phrases cosco appear on the road is Sam must now also I threw a some Japanese home use and be easy because when you were young how many hours a day did you have to practice practiced for several a total wuss because my school ended two in the evening so I hope times to practice my teacher gave me a note to last time ends for the pieces of bark more tense it's open some years you also and sensual planes piece I've fabled itches form show fund I need a question if the soul of the assignment and how much do you practice now do you practice a little less now that you are sort of so successful are getting more works is the total was in today because I have some need to do this because I have so many clinches and so many in the site does and what do you most like what speaks to you most when you are playing it maybe the remarks of Mozer because.
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"Dollars you can make it let's check federal and find the perfect holiday recipe by board is the one that we go A. B. C.'s Tom rivers stands by good morning dom air more tomorrow all right the ground cover here we had the boards is big win correct yep yeah you got a landslide old bull survey is going to be a majority but a fairly narrow majority not the case for look and we got a couple of feet still counting but we're looking at about a majority but eighty three which is which is pretty pretty bare the biggest the conservative party of you say victory this is Margaret Thatcher back in eighty seven so the bottom line here is he says all of U. K. out of the E. U. by the end of next month then after trade deals at the put together and the other wrinkle in this is is this what this is Scott when in a position where they might wanna leave the U. K. as a result of this vote yeah well it made it very very well the Scottish National Party they've got a problem thirty five feet back in two thousand seventeen two years ago they're up to fifty of the fifty nine seats so that's going to reinvigorate their push for independence because they they they did not vote to leave they voted strongly to remain in the referendum and with this big push now in this majority for Boris Johnson they're saying we might have a referendum and see if we can hook up with the European Union and say goodbye to the United Kingdom so interesting interesting political dynamics the next couple years here other than wanting to remain in the European Union what the what did the Scots not like about being part of the U. K. basically they like the the fact that the all of the rules in the U. the they kind of have a you have a unity there they like the fact that you can have a free movement of people except Rick Santorum they don't like being dictated in the home from London and that's what they see basically whenever they get new prime minister and they see it as if you will policy for England but not policy for Scotland and they're they're really proud up and they have been for quite a long time that referendum a few years ago now was narrowly defeated but again the tide may be turning it will sell the next year or two it looks like they they could just say everything's changed the the UK is out of the European Union and we're gonna make a block break and we're going to we're going to rejoin the European Union fascinating that cover if in fact that was to be the cakes or now in London have they lost jobs in the banking industry they talk about all the banking industry would probably get out alone then go back to Frankford if the if the the vote was to leave the E. you have a some of that happened already you know they're been contingency plans so there been like harbor kind of buildings that set up in places like Frankford and in Dublin Sadat very scenario but for the most part no the jobs remain here on but you're absolutely right when this thing is all down and dusted when the withdrawal agreement is signed on the thirty first of January that's the only step one of about you know fifty nine steps so it's going to take more more years down the road to to accomplish a clean break and then set up the new structures with the European Union and the rest of the world at that point further down the road yes there could be job losses in a number of sectors including the financial sector okay all right let's not a fantastic weekend they're dumb rivers and we'll we'll check next time take care audio system news in a minute tri state for buyers the year end sales of that is here it happens only once a year you're invited to save at my casters deported Milford and Alexandria for buyers hi.
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"To play the sound bites remiss in B. C. there now and it's everywhere they're saying if you voted for trump or donated to trump you are also a white supremacist and complicit in races and it's like an incident did not realize that it destroyed Hillary in twenty sixteen and they're doing it again these are done they are yeah I I hope it comes I open very it comes back to bite him in the next next year very interesting step man thank you for calling in thank you for telling us your opinion I really appreciated very interesting man have a great week thank you bye bye eight twenty five I was really good I have more to play by the way we got to get some more stuff Joe Joe Biden board Modra biting confusion caught ally again saying that trump called **** very fine people I had the idea from trump showing it's not true Joe Biden got called out by the way for this disease reaction we'll get to all that and your reaction is well don't go anywhere morning ritual gear Lewis Canice T. aim seven ninety two sons most emulating talk the morning ritual with Gary Lewis so I'm not an event yesterday and whenever I go to events I get a bunch of listeners every single time coming up to me saying thanks to you I have a good fit arch supports and I have a couple in particular they came out to be S. as a husband and a wife and the wife said you know my husband had such you know she has he would just complain about is speed his ankles and she said he had so many surgeries I guess I did it like she did all the talking for you know total total relationship she's like he had so many surgeries in any food yeah I'd so many ankle surgeries that I'd such ankle pains of bad ankle pain I'd surgery to surgery and then I just couldn't walk anymore I couldn't walk anymore so then his wife took over Serbian so you know we do weird we she's a we live on the east side and we were driving by the good feed store to grants one and so would drive by and she said you know we're going in I saw what happened and he said oh my god it changed my life and it's great to hear these things because what happens if I get in there because now granted I had such trouble walking couldn't couldn't stand up could do this stuff he said they take a pretty my foot because they bring the arch support out there in search they for no your shoes everything just like you know he said I started wearing the arch supports and I have an and walk with a cane I can walk without pain he said I had again so many surgeon my ankles I could I couldn't walk now that I have the arch supports a good feed store I walk he said I'm not in pain he said I can't tell you they have changed my life when you hear those stories I mean it's unbelievable they're such a great product and it makes such a difference in people's lives so if you know anyone and maybe it is you living in pain go to the good feed store lifetime guarantee on them greatness want an extra bed bath and beyond call eight hundred new walk for good feet your sports store here's a tender little tale fresh from.
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"Morning how are you I'm doing well now that you're here because I got a lot of stuff I want to ask about first of all in B. C. comes out with this bomb shell video this week it's Donald Trump nineteen ninety two Mar a Lago with Jeffrey abstain their NFL cheerleaders you know the interesting thing about this jam a first of all Donald Trump invited the NBC cameras in nineteen ninety two to Mar a Lago to take these pictures it was all part of a very favorable piece that was aired on NBC in nineteen ninety two and now it's bomb shell video talk to us about this yes no I I I just think NBC's just clapping their hands because the images of Donald Trump with beautiful women is gonna make his supporters stop supporting them you know I mean it yeah it's amazing I these people who like the road runner cartoons there are just obsessed with getting him and you go to point of amazing if they're reporting on a serial killer always will say as taught in journalism school an alleged killer but when the reporting on the president of the United States base talk about his role racist rhetoric and they and they just basically come to a huge conclusion or a language now he's a racist president over this I find it fascinating that the media and the Democrats when discussing up president trump and they have done this over the years when the myth of rusher collusion was being covered twenty four seven one of those statements we often heard was no one is above the law no one is above the law even the president United States well except for a legal alien they're above the law free weights it is it's just it's a strange dichotomy also course it's me it's been a one trick pony you know with the odd squad odd that the idea of that there's a select always a knee jerk reaction the one who criticizes anyone right there are races the races the assault Nancy Pelosi was referred to as a race right Brett Kavanaugh was a racist I mean Mitt Romney was even a racist when he ran and so this group of of women that it's their first year there like almost a little bit above the interns their freshman congressman but they just always respond with with the racist finger and the end and that seems to be at all there is credible reporting about Johan Omar committing marriage fraud right allegedly yes and whenever she's asked those questions she called the questions ridiculous right racism so it's just a collector it's a cloak you know the race card isn't good to have in the Democrats hand with an upcoming election if that's all they're doing you know racist **** bigot fascist homophobe and they're offering no ideas with the track record of the president it seems like they're just laying down of formula of for all logs yeah formula for failure and and then Jim I have to ask you about this because you observe this and you really are able to parse through the through the rhetoric can get out of the fax what I think what Donald Trump did was masterful because it would seem as if he made the squad the new face of the Democrat party well absolutely yeah I guess well you know a lot of people been debating this here is is the president if he really is he someone who really doesn't know what he's doing and he trusts gave a the Democratic Party by uniting them at a time they were divided that that's one of the strange with probably more common strain initially that kind of thinking and they never call centers like National Review but the other is that the president is playing shows swallows opponents are pulling tractors and point and if there was ever a time where we saw that it was when the squad got together and did their press conference because even Democrats were remarking that that was going to Paris mint one of the first things out of their mouths was he the impeachment and Russian collusion better check they sounded like they were writing the next Rachel Maddow our show is it didn't you know we just didn't appear to relate to the American people and and and they appear to be not just out of the mainstream what sort of out of the same string good to know they just yeah so it so it's not just that they were you could you have here right AT the the president appears to be strategizing he here in his rally his campaign rallies preachers he really seems to be enjoying himself all which is subject matter and he's sort of he's created the narrative and and put the focus on them which really makes things tough for the Democrats and for Nancy Pelosi you can read.