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"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Try to defeat the Democrat, and he did. But we knew that Eisenhower wasn't going to run for president again. So my dad just wanted us to see in his mind as a World War II hero, you know, my dad was a World War II vet. So he wanted us to see the World War II hero in the former president. My mother two years before I had taken us to see senator John Kennedy running for president. So I come by this very naturally. But we didn't think that, as I say, that Eisenhower was going to be running again. So the fact that you've this is more like the Grover Cleveland era where you've got a former president who is going to sit out a term and then wants to get a second term non consecutive, it's going to be more like that. We don't know for sure whether Joe Biden will run or we'll get the nomination, but if we would say that the election were the nominations were to hell today, I think you'd say those two men would be at the top of the ticket. So that's why these guys feels like the presidential race. They have to act like they're going to run. Both of them have to project this for different reasons right now, but we've got a presidential debate set for June, Barbara. How long do they actually have before they have to decide publicly? Oh, well, I think certainly that Trump has decided that he will run and he talked about that. And so I think that's a given. I can't see that he will step aside. And for Biden, I think that first of all, as you point out, he has a reason. He doesn't want to be seen as a lame duck. And so I think that he would like to run. I think the only thing that prevents him from running is just illness. You know, if he should have an illness that would overtake him given his age and his medical background, but otherwise I think his is in the ring as well. Boy, at a certain point though, you've got to clear the decks, right? Let people know what's going on here and I'm deeply curious to see how long it will be after the midterms before we get Joe Biden and Donald J Trump on the record here instead of teasing all the time. Barbara, thank you for joining us. It's a great conversation. Barbara Perry director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia's Miller center, we thought a great opportunity to look at this race or race is of course all over the country through the eyes of The White House, this administration and the prior one because these are the two newsmakers, if you will, who are driving the conversation for better or worse on the trail. I'm Joe Matthew in Washington, this is sound on the fastest hour in politics will assemble our panel next. They're both here. Our signature panel, Jeannie and Rick

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"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With June grosso from Bloomberg radio. I've been talking to Barbara Perry a presidential and Supreme Court scholar at the University of Virginia's Miller center about why justice Brett Kavanaugh seems to be the Supreme Court's lightning rod. In a recent market university law school poll. Kavanaugh had by far the court's worst net favorability rating of negative 11 percentage points. Of the other conservatives only justice Amy Coney Barrett at negative one had a negative net favorability rating, even though some of the other justices appear more conservative than Kavanaugh. Now before the break Barbara, you were talking about how the justices at their confirmation hearings, though they said roe was precedent, they didn't actually make any promises not to overturn that precedent. If you believe that, then are you going to believe what the chief justice was saying in the oral arguments would sounded like he wanted to uphold the Mississippi statute on the 15 week limitation on abortions and yet voted to overturn roe in effect. And are you going to believe Kavanaugh that he won't go back with the rest of the conservative and look at and overturn the sexual privacy cases the contraceptive cases and the marriage equality cases? I don't think for a moment that those are safe with these 5 to 6 men and one woman on the bench on the right. As you mentioned, clarence Thomas seems to still be holding a grudge for his confirmation 30 years ago. In fact, he told his law clerks two years after his confirmation, according to a 1993 article from The New York Times, that he intended to serve on the highest court of the land to make the lives of liberals miserable. So, but it seems like Kavanaugh is not taking that tact

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"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg law. A divided Supreme Court rejects a religious challenge. Tell us a little about the facts of the case. Either views would prominent attorneys in Bloomberg legal experts. My guest is former federal prosecutor Jimmy Carole joining me as Bloomberg law reporter Jordan Rubin. And analysis of important legal issues, cases and headlines. The Supreme Court takes on state secrets multiple lawsuits were filed against the emergency rule. Is this lawsuit for real? Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio. Welcome to Bloomberg law, I'm June brasso. A head in this hour, why is Brett Kavanaugh the most hated justice? And the uncharted territory of crypto lender bankruptcies. Justice Brett Kavanaugh is the U.S. Supreme Court's lightning rod, despite the fact that he's at the center of the conservative court, joined the majority more than any other justice. My guest is Barbara Perry, a presidential and Supreme Court scholar at the University of Virginia's Miller center. Barbara from all the protests against Kavanaugh, you'd never know that he was at the center of the court. Well, I suppose we should begin by saying that the center has just so that even keep justice Roberts now seems much more moderate and much more centrist relatively speaking than those like Alito and the three Trump nominees on the far, far right. But it is the case. By whatever measure we're now using, even if the center has shifted, at least Brett Kavanaugh is closer to that than he is to the far right. He's also less confrontational during oral arguments than some of the other justices, like Samuel Alito. Sometimes you think from what he says, he's going to vote with the liberals. Do you think it's deliberate? I think that is probably his personality and

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"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ukraine has led to hundreds of civilian deaths as the government hands out weapons to residents willing to fight and hundreds of thousands flaying Although the U.S. and its allies have issued strict sanctions the Russian ground assault continues This mother is hiding out in a cave bomb shelter with her children Our family tries to stay strong and receive no matter what And the same goes for all of Ukraine There are signs Russia is becoming more aggressive video circulating on social media show the aftermath of an attack on an administration building in kharkiv It followed bombardment of a residential area Ukrainians accused Russia of using cluster munitions to maximize casualties British prime minister Boris Johnson is in Poland today to meet with NATO chiefs on the invasion of Ukraine Johnson reaffirmed NATO's commitment to aid Ukraine and said Ukrainian resistance would doom Russia's attempt to occupy the country This invasion of a free and sovereign country is not only a tragedy it is a colossal mistake Prime minister Johnson says Russia's Vladimir Putin presented false pretenses to the Russian people and troops for the invasion Ukraine will take the spotlight tonight and President Biden's State of the Union address originally he planned to highlight the improved in coronavirus outlook and rebrand his domestic policy priorities The timing of tonight's speech creates a large opportunity for the president according to Barbara Perry director of presidential studies at the Miller center of public affairs If he sees this moment gives a good solid speech acknowledges people's pain points out what he's done well where his victories have been And I think on the Ukrainian business this could be his HB 9 Berliner moment of John Kennedy that is standing at the Berlin Wall in 1963 I don't know how to say it in Russian but it should be 9 Ukrainian Barbara Perry was a guest on Bloomberg's balance of power Bloomberg will provide live coverage of the address starting at 8 30 p.m. Eastern Time Live from the Bloomberg interactive broke his studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700.

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Biden to deliver first State of the Union

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Biden to deliver first State of the Union

"President Biden will face a balancing act as he delivers his first state of the union address tonight war in Europe will be the backdrop as the president heads to the capitol and while his speech we'll have to address that I think for the average American this is not a harbor university of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry says for better or worse most Americans simply are not engaged with what's happening overseas as they deal with their own problems inflation is an issue co that is an issue and the president will have to explain how the war will affect them with higher gas prices one consequence still peri says if he wants the president can use the phrase every president wants to give in the annual address to Congress saying the evidence backs up a claim that the state of the union is indeed strong Sager mag on the at the White House

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"barbara perry" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis Relief in San Francisco after an Amber alert was issued late last night over a stolen minivan with two Children inside their father, Jeffrey Thing, says he was making a door dash delivery and briefly got out of his car with his hazard lights. On in the car running. I was in there for less than a minute long enough for a thief to take off with the car and the Children. But after several hours, San Francisco's police chief tweeted the Children were located at our safe crowds are gathering in the streets of Tampa ahead of Sunday's kickoff for Super Bowl 55. There are major concerns that traditional watch parties everywhere will become coronavirus super spreader events, the potential for a Super Bowl surge threatening toe UNWRA. Havel, the nationwide progress we've seen, with cases and hospitalizations finally coming down, and the concern stretch far beyond Florida. With the game typically drawing 100 million viewers, health experts are warning about indoor gatherings every way. ABC is Trevor Ault. Former President Trump's Senate impeachment trial starts Tuesday over allegations he incited the capital insurrection. We've never had a presidential impeachment trial held after the president left office. And the other element of it is that we've never had a president who has been accused of insurrection against his and our own. Government historian Barbara Perry, also a letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, from one of Trump's lawyers asked that the trial be paused on Friday and observance of the Jewish Sabbath. Meantime, the Wyoming Republican Party has voted overwhelmingly to since your congresswoman Liz Cheney for voting to impeach the former president. 66 members out of the 74 in the state GOP Central Committee approved the censure, accusing Cheney of voting to impeach.

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AP-NORC poll: Americans are split on Trump's impeachment

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

AP-NORC poll: Americans are split on Trump's impeachment

"Country braces for Donald Trump Second impeachment trial. A new survey from The Associated Press finds 47% of Americans say the former president should be convicted while 40% believe he should not. Presidential historian Barbara Perry, director of the University of Virginia's Miller Miller, Center for politics, says She believes regardless of the outcome, it's essential to hold a trial if for no other reason that trial needs to be held for that accountability to get to the facts, even if there's no conviction in the end that trial set to start next week

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"barbara perry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Dave Packard Before leaving for Delaware for the weekend, President Biden urging Congress to swiftly passes $1.9 trillion coronavirus really feel ABC is Alex Percy in Washington with the part of the bill, the president says, is not willing to compromise on with Republicans. The House now pushing forward with Biden's plan after Senate approval, and the way the Bills frames, they don't need any GOP votes, But the president, making it clear the payment amount is not negotiable. They're going to be $1400 period. Friday's dismal jobs report on Lee, adding to the urgency Nearly 18 million Americans are now claiming some form of unemployment and more than 50 million people, including one in four Children are going hungry. A third Corona virus vaccine could be approved by the end of the month. An FDA panel needs February 26 to decide whether to OK a jab by Johnson and Johnson. Early results show it less effective and find her and modern is against moderate to severe disease. But Things have changed since those earlier vaccines were tested. The pandemic today is a much more complex pandemic than it was several months ago. So the trials conducted now are really very different Ballgame than trials conducted last fall after Dan Brooke led the design effort for the vaccine alongside of Johnson and Johnson, and says the other two vaccines were studied before the emergence of more contagious variance. With Donald Trump second impeachment trial starting next week. A new survey from The Associated Press Norick Center for Public Affairs Research finds 47% of Americans say the former president should be convicted while 40% believe he should not. Presidential historian Barbara Perry, director University of Virginia's Miller Center for Politics is regardless of the outcome. It's essential to hold the trial, which kicks off every night. If for no other reason, the trial needs to be held for that accountability to get to the facts, even if there's no conviction in the end, and conviction is considered unlikely. You're listening to ABC News. Okay.

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6 in 10 Americans say Trump has 'little or no respect for democratic traditions or institutions'

WBZ Midday News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

6 in 10 Americans say Trump has 'little or no respect for democratic traditions or institutions'

"Braces for Donald Trump's second MP. It's been trial and you survey from The Associated Press finds of 47% of Americans say the former president should be convicted while 40% believe he should not. The poll also finds that about six out of 10 people think the former president has little to no respect for the country's democratic institutions and traditions. Meanwhile, presidential historian Barbara Perry, the director of the University of Virginia's Miller Center for Politics, says regardless of the outcome, it is critical to hold the trial for no other reason. The trial needs to be held for that accountability to get to the facts, even if there's no conviction. In the end, the impeachment trial is set to begin next week.

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"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Policy on China. How different will it be? I ask Elizabeth economy from Stanford and antitrust enforcement gets a new regime under a new president. I talked to the outgoing and a trust chief, Macon del Rahim, for his take on what he accomplished and what is left to be done. But first Joe Biden was sworn in this week as the 46th, president of the United States. In his inaugural address, he delivered a message of unity and co working together to meet the challenges we face as a nation and overcome the challenges in front of us requires the most elusive of all things in a democracy. Unity requires us to come together in common love that defines us as Americans for reaction to the president's address and how it compares to past speeches. Bloomberg contributors. Jeannie Shawn's A. No and Rick Davis draw. Me and talking to Barbara Perry, director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. I thought that was artfully done. I would say that it won't then threads from Lincoln and FDR and John Kennedy. I'm not sure it will rival their inaugural addresses. They're usually considered the top in among the top five. In terms of the rhetoric that's involved. But what really struck me was the spirituality of it that you have. First of all the the now president, starting his day with a Catholic Mass is only the second Catholic president. And then you have his his priest who talked about and quoted Pope Francis about how we must dream together because if we are isolated, we tend to see mirages. And then I thought that the spirituality theme was picked up by the print now president with his reference to his own soul, where he said, I pledge my whole soul. To meet the challenges that we face and that tied so well into his announcement of his candidacy, in which he said after Charlottesville he knew he had to run in order to restore America's soul. It's such a great point, and even over and above that President Biden Quoted ST Augusta and saying it was a scene from his church. And actually head injury bother heads in a silent prayer for the country. I don't remember the last time the president did that It may have happened other than a prayer breakfast, but I don't remember it. I certainly don't remember one in an inaugural address s O give us a sense over all of these inaugural addresses, Barbara from your perspective, What do they have meant to accomplish or what can be accomplished? How much of this substance? How much of this style? Oh, it's always both. As as all of our politics happened to be, especially in the modern media era, But I would say that they're meant to present that Peaceful transition of power s. Oh, they're meant to show that they're meant to symbolize unity, bringing the country together. If if they can, and they're meant to provide in times of severe challenge, as in 18 61 is an 18 64 on DSA. Certainly in 1933 with FDR. They're meant to provide comfort. An aide to the American people and to say here I am the new president. I'm going to work on these challenges. And together we can overcome them was very, uh, I wanted to ask you about sort of the tone. There was a lot of sort of dark Irish messaging around this with, you know, the discussions of the light and the dark. I felt I was reading an old, You know, Irish novel or something, and How much I mean, I my impression, and you would be a better judge. Business was pretty personal speech that he gave that I didn't feel like the riders missed the person here, and sometimes they do. No, I think that's absolutely right. He didn't tend to become tearful would certainly in mode, and actually, this is more like the bushes. The Bushes were well known both father and son and a whole family forgetting tearful on and after four years of the president who didn't vote at all about anything, either happily or sadly. I found myself becoming Bearcat clamp. Just even seen Joe Biden take the oath of office. So I think that Bill Clinton helped to make his career by dealing people's pain, telling them that he did and genuinely feeling their pain. I think Joe Biden, as he said in this inaugural address. I thought this was very poignant where he said you in effect. You never know what fate is going to deal you. And we all know his story. And we know fate has dealt him really bad hands over the years. So there was this triumph I thought of his overcoming that but being able to say to the people I can empathize with you. I empathize with you families. You 400,000 families who've lost people to the virus. You know my story and I will help the whole country to overcome this professor period wanted to ask you for all the talk of unity, and I thought, you know President Biden. I've got to get used to saying that Was sober about the reality that people may look, you know, suspect at that at this moment, What do you think His next steps are in terms of actually achieving that with the enormous agenda, beginning with immigration in the stimulus bill? Well, it will be hard to be sure, but he I think is following in the footsteps of FDR, who said in his inaugural in addition to We have nothing to fear but fear itself but also said Americans need and want action and action. We will give them And that is what we will see from Joe Biden in this avalanche of executive orders, which has now become the norm in new presidencies, because our legislative system is it's so gridlock. I'm not convinced that hey, can find unity. It won't be easy, and I think if anybody can succeed He can, thanks to Barbara Perry from the University of Virginia's Miller Center, coming up the Biden administration's policy on China. How different will it be? I ask Elizabeth economy from Stanford. That's next. You're.

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"With an AP News Minute It's January 20th Inauguration day. President Trump leaves the White House one final time this morning is Chief Executive president elect Biden takes the oath of office at noon. Presidential historian Barbara Perry says there's one topic that he should avoid in his inaugural address. Leave Donald Trump to others. Don't bash him. Don't bring him up. Let his Justice Department decide whether it will investigate him like Congress decide whether there are more investigations to be done and then otherwise, let him go. Political science associate professor Chris Calgary says Biden will likely try to win over Trump's supporters at some point, but I suspect he's going to be focusing less on trying to win hearts and minds. Been trying to get stuff done overnight, President Trump issued a flurry of pardons and commutations benefiting 143 people, including rap stars and former members of Congress, and Steve Bannon, a former strategist. I'm Rita Foley. I think you could count on a completely different tone, ironically, in part because the country Is in a much darker place Van. It was four years ago. We may see Republicans spend as much time fighting with each other as they do fighting the Biden administration, which, if I'm Joe Biden is not necessarily a terrible place. To have the opposition party. He will talk about unity he will talk about Um, you know, thinking big, taking big action to address the pandemic to address the economic downturn, um, and emphasizing that he sees himself as a president. For all of the American people, not just the ones who voted for it. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did.

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"AP News Minute It's January 20th Inauguration day. President Trump leaves the White House one final time this morning is Chief Executive president elect Biden takes the oath of office at noon. Presidential historian Barbara Perry says there's one topic that he should avoid in his inaugural address. Leave Donald Trump to others. Don't bash him. Don't bring him up. Let his Justice Department decide whether it will investigate him like Congress decide whether there are more investigations to be done and then otherwise, let him go. Political science associate professor Chris Calgary says Biden will likely try to win over Trump's supporters at some point, but I suspect he's going to be focusing less on trying to win hearts and minds. Been trying to get stuff done overnight, President Trump issued a flurry of pardons and commutations benefiting 143 people, including rap stars and former members of Congress, and Steve Bannon, a former strategist. I'm Rita Foley. I think you could count on a completely different tone, ironically, in part because the country Is in a much darker place. Then it was four years ago. We may see Republicans spend as much time fighting with each other as they do fighting the Biden administration, which, if I'm Joe Biden is not necessarily a terrible place. To have the opposition party. He will talk about unity he will talk about Um, you know, thinking big, taking big action to address the pandemic to address the economic downturn, um, and emphasizing that he sees himself as a president. For all of the American people, not just the ones who voted for it. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network..

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"On his way out of office. President Trump is spinning falsehoods and a farewell video taken credit for things he did not do and twisting his record on others. They were familiar lines. We built the greatest economy in the history of the world. The numbers show it wasn't even the greatest in American history. He's the first president since the Depression era Herbert Hoover to leave office with fewer jobs. Then when he started, we passed the largest package of tax cuts and reforms in American history. Again, not even close to the largest. We rebuilt the American manufacturing base. There are now 60,000 fewer American manufacturing jobs. Then, when he took office, we pass V a choice. It's a claim The president's made dozens of times all false. He did not get the program passed. Barack Obama did. Santorum AGONY. Washington President Trump leaves Washington today touting his four years in office from the economy to the military immigration to international relations. I stand before you truly proud of what we have achieved together in a taped farewell address. The president says It was Maura than anybody thought possible. I am especially proud to be the first president in decades. Who has started no new wars. He's also the first to be impeached twice after four years of controversies. George Washington University political historian Matt Daleks says the Trump years will not be remembered fondly. Historical judgments are going to be severe. And and quite ugly. For now, he's the first outgoing president to skip his successors, Inauguration and more than 150 years. Soccer mahogany Washington They were familiar lines. We built the greatest economy in the history of the world. The numbers show it wasn't even the greatest in American history. He's the first president since the Depression era Herbert Hoover to leave office with fewer jobs. Then when he started, we passed the largest package of tax cuts and reform. Warms in American history again, not even close to the largest. We rebuilt the American manufacturing base. There are now 60,000 fewer American manufacturing jobs. Then, when he took office, we pass V a choice. It's a claim The president's made dozens of times all false. He did not get the program passed. Barack Obama did. Sandra Megane Washington, Joe Biden assumes the presidency of a nation facing a sharp political divide while reeling from the virus pandemic. Presidential historian Barbara Perry says Biden's looking at a combination of 18 61 Lincoln facing succession of states from the union and an impending civil war, and 1933 Franklin Roosevelt facing economic collapse of the worldwide depression. So what should buy them say this first address as president? He will talk about unity he will talk about Um, you know, thinking big taking big action. Political scientist Chris Cal dearie says Biden will stress he's president of all Americans. Soccer Megane Washington, Presidential historian Barbara Perry says Biden's looking at a combination of 18 61 Lincoln facing succession of states from the union and an impending civil war and 1933 Franklin Roosevelt. Facing economic collapse of the worldwide depression. So what should buy them say this first address as president? He will talk about unity he will talk about Um, you know, thinking big taking big action. Political scientist Chris Cal dearie says Biden will stress he's president of all Americans. Soccer Megane Washington From the economy to the military immigration to international relations. I stand before you truly proud of what we have achieved together in a taped farewell address. The president says it was Maura than anybody thought possible. I am especially proud to be the first president in decades. Who has started no new wars. He's also the first to be impeached twice after four years of controversies. George Washington University political historian Matt Daleks says the Trump years will not be remembered fondly. Historical judgments are going to be severe. And and quite ugly. For now, he's the first outgoing president to skip his successors, Inauguration and more than 150 years. Soccer MAHOGANY Washington Biden will take the oath of office outside the capital, where he was a senator and which two weeks ago saw a deadly riot. It would ordinarily be a celebratory time as Washington marks the peaceful transition of power. Instead by then will take office amid sadness a day after America recorded its 400,000 virus pandemic death to hell. We must remember His first stop here in Washington yesterday was a sunset ceremony for virus victims at the Lincoln Memorial. What was already going to be a scaled down inaugural due to the pandemic is further restricted by threats of violence after the riot. President Trump will not be there becoming the first outgoing president to entirely skip inaugural festivities since 18 69 soccer MAHOGANY Washington After decades in Washington, Joe Biden is said to assume the nation's highest office. Biden will take the oath of office outside the capital, where he was a senator and which two weeks ago saw a deadly riot. It would ordinarily be a celebratory time as Washington marks the peaceful transition of power. Instead by then will take office amid sadness a day after America recorded its 400,000 virus pandemic death to hell. We must remember His first stop here in Washington yesterday was a sunset ceremony for virus victims at the Lincoln Memorial. What was already going to be a scaled down inaugural due to the pandemic is further restricted by threats of violence after the riot. President Trump will not be there becoming the first outgoing president to entirely skip inaugural festivities since 18 69 soccer Megane Washington This'll is.

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"Using the 25th amendment, Schumer says. If the vice president and the Cabinet refused to stand up, Congress should reconvene to impeach the president. It follows yesterday's deadly violence at the Capitol, Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger. Says the president is unfit and unwell is for this reason that I called to the vice president members of the Cabinet to ensure the next few weeks you're safe for the American people. That we have a same captain. The ship, University of Virginia presidential studies professor Barbara Perry says that really isn't enough time for the 25th amendment tried to invoke the 25th amendment now, which has never been invoked in this way. That is to indicate that the president is mentally unfit to do the job. I think it's very unlikely. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao says She's resigning, saying she can't set aside what happened yesterday at the capital, D. C. Police chief Robert Conte identified the woman shot and killed yesterday at the Capitol. The decedent in that shooting has been identified as 35 year old. Ashley. Perm eaten, actually. Also known as Actually Babbitt of Huntington, Maryland. This remains an active MPD investigation. Facebook is extending President Trump's ban on use of his Facebook account through the inauguration, saying the risk of his post is too great. Twitter and Instagram also temporarily locked the president's accounts after he repeatedly posted false accusations about the integrity of the election. The president for the first time, acknowledged his defeat in the November 3rd election and announced there would be an orderly transition on Inauguration Day. January 20th the U. S registered more coronavirus deaths in a single day than ever before nearly 3900 on the very day of the mob attack on the capital more than 360. People in all have died in the U. S. This is AP News. Iraq's judiciary says an arrest warrant has been issued against President Trump for the killings of an Iranian general and a powerful Iraqi military militia leader last year. The warrant was issued by judge in Baghdad's investigative court. Past with probing the Washington director drone strike that killed General Cousin to my money and Abou Matty and my hand is they were killed outside the capital's airport last January. Alma Handy's was a deputy leader of the state sanctioned popular Mobilization Forces on umbrella group composed of an array of militias, including Iran backed groups formed to fight Islamic state Group. Soleimani headed the expedition cuts force off Iran's Revolutionary Guard corpse. I'm serious. Shockley Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano spewed avalanches of hot clouds as hundreds more residents were evacuated from the slopes. Light eruptions continue through the day one sending a column of hot clouds raising 200 yards into the air. Ed Donahue. AP News Thank you.

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"Mark Zuckerberg says the risk is too great following the president's incitement of a mob that touched off yesterday's deadly riot of the U. S. Capital. The capital. Police chief is laying out details about what happened. The AP. Sandra Madani has the story amid criticism that officers did not stop in hours long breach that force lawmakers into hiding. Steven Son says the agency had a robust plan for what he anticipated would be peaceful protests. But what actually happened was a criminal riotous behavior, he says. A mob wielding metal pipes among other weapons actively attacked officers. Son says one of his officers shot and killed a person, he says more than 50 Capital and Washington police officers were injured. Several are hospitalized with serious injuries. SOCCER Megane Washington Barbara Perry is director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia. She says there are worries about the president During his last 13 days in office. I've seen retired generals appearing on television of retired directors of National security on television. Using the terminology and phraseology Azzan last night. He has 14 more days and he has the nuclear codes. The Illinois Republican congressman Adam Kit singer, is calling on President Trump's Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment and remove him from office. And Zager says the president is unfit and unwell. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer also is calling for the president's removal, saying he shouldn't be president one day longer. President elect Joe Biden will introduce his nominee for attorney general later. Today he is Merrick Garland. Wall Street is rallying toward record highs again on expectations the Democratic sweep of Washington means more stimulus is likely on the way. This is AP News. The government says the number is still big, but fewer people file claims for unemployment last week The AP is Ben Thomas has the story. The Labor Department reports 787,000 Americans filed claims for unemployment benefits last week. While that's a slight decline from the previous week, it's an indication many employers are still cutting jobs as the surgeon coronavirus cases prompts tighter business restrictions. An anxious consumers decide to stay home. The report comes a day before the government releases its December jobs report yesterday. Payroll processor ADP reported. Private employers eliminated 123,000 jobs last month. And Thomas Washington, Boston Marathon bomber Yo cars. Tsarnaev is suing the federal government for $250,000 over his treatment of the Colorado prison where he is serving a life sentence. Tsarnaev described his treatment is unlawful, unreasonable and discriminatory and has contributed to his mental and physical decline. I'm Ed Donahue, AP News AP.

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"News. I'm Ed Donahue. President. Trump is being banned from Facebook at least until inauguration day. Mark Zuckerberg says the risk is too great following the president's incitement of the mob that touched off yesterday's deadly riot of the U. S. Capital. The capital. Police chief is laying out details about what happened. The AP. Sandra Madani has the story amid criticism that officers did not stop in hours long breach that force lawmakers into hiding. Steven Son says the agency had a robust plan for what he anticipated would be peaceful protests. But what actually happened was criminal riotous behavior, he says. A mob wielding metal pipes among other weapons actively attacked officers. Son says one of his officers shot and killed a person, he says more than 50 Capital and Washington police officers were injured. Several are hospitalized with serious injuries. SOCCER Megane Washington Barbara Perry is director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia. She says there are worries about the president During his last 13 days in office. I've seen retired generals appearing on television of retired directors of National security on television. Using the terminology and phraseology Azzan last night. He has 14 more days and he has the nuclear codes. The Illinois Republican congressman Adam Kit singer, is calling on President Trump's Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment and remove him from office. And Zager says the president is unfit and unwell. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer also is calling for the president's removal, saying he shouldn't be president one day longer. President elect Joe Biden will introduce his nominee for attorney general later. Today he is Merrick Garland. Wall Street is rallying toward record highs again on expectations the Democratic sweep of Washington means more stimulus is likely on the way. This is AP News. The government says the number is still big, but fewer people file claims for unemployment last week The AP is Ben Thomas has the story. The Labor Department reports 787,000 Americans filed claims for unemployment benefits last week. While that's a slight decline from the previous week, it's an indication many employers they're still cutting jobs as the surgeon coronavirus cases prompts tighter business restrictions. An anxious consumers decide to stay home. The report comes a day before the government releases its December jobs report yesterday. Payroll processor ADP reported. Private employers eliminated 123,000 jobs last month. And Thomas Washington Boston Marathon bomber Yolk Our star. Neve is suing the federal government for $250,000 over his treatment of the Colorado prison where he is serving a life sentence. Tsarnaev described his treatment is unlawful, unreasonable and discriminatory and has contributed to his mental and physical decline. I'm Ed Donahue, AP News AP.

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Schumer urges Cabinet to oust Trump

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Schumer urges Cabinet to oust Trump

"The Senate's top Democrat says president trump must immediately leave office after yesterday's capital assaulted by trump supporters Chuck Schumer says the president incited an insurrection and should not hold office one day longer he's calling for vice president pence and the cabinet to invoke the twenty Fifth Amendment and remove the president if they refuse he says Congress should reconvene to impeach the president in a video message Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger is calling for the twenty fifth as well the president is on fixed and the president is on well university of Virginia historian Barbara Perry says that's why the amendment exists that you have a president who is mentally or physically incapable of but with just thirteen days left in his term Perry say she'd be surprised if the president's removed Sager make ani Washington

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US 'Safe Harbor' Day Reinforces Biden’s Electoral Victory

The Takeaway

05:51 min | 1 year ago

US 'Safe Harbor' Day Reinforces Biden’s Electoral Victory

"This week marked the so-called safe harbor deadline when states have certified the results for the us presidential election typically by the harvard deadline lection related challenges at the state level or all wrapped up but president trump is continuing to claim without proof that the results in many of the states that voted for joe biden are fraudulent and should be tossed out a lawsuit filed by the state attorney general of texas and supported by the president as well as seventeen republican. State's attorney general and over one hundred. Republican members of the house is asking the supreme court to overturn the results of the election in four states carried by biden. Pennsylvania georgia wisconsin and michigan. That would bring biden below the two hundred seventy electoral college votes. He would need to be the president-elect elect so how can an election certified and contested helping us to make sense of it. All is our friend. Barbara perry the presidential studies director at the university of virginia's miller center she begins by explaining who the electors are and what the electoral college actually does elect doors. One might need them as delegates to this thing called the electoral college. Actually have a t shirt that says property of the athletic department of the electoral college. Which i love that. The politics department at uva gave all of the graduate students at one point. But it's not really a place it's a is it. Is this group of electors. They are chosen typically by a method that is determined by the state legislatures in each and that concept spelled out in the constitution that the legislatures of the states get to choose the manner in which these electoral college delegates or electors will be chosen and that can be through a primary system much as the presidential. Candidates are selected. It can be through a convention of the party in a state but typically these are people who are party leaders. One might call them. Party regulars party activists the only thing that they cannot be is a federal office holder so for example a senator member's house representatives. A member of the cabinet could not participate as an elector but typically it is determined the methodist election by the state legislatures and then really turning it over to the party organizations in each state to choose. This will call it a slate of electors. So then let's walk through what happens. We have the election. We have as we've seen especially this year the states. Sometimes it takes a little longer than some states. Take a little longer than others to certify the results and then we have something known as safe harbor day which happened this week on tuesday december. Eighth can you explain what that is. Yes i in legal terms particularly as it's used in this context of an election. Is that once. This date is set as this is the safe harbor. And once you state certifies your election results you by that date. Then get to be in the safe harbor where your determination and your certification of that election should not be prone to any more of the storm in the seas and the roiling that could come from those who might be questioning the election and its results and so that's where we are now so help us understand this barbara. Because we've passed the safe harbor day we know that every state has certified its electors and yet the texas attorney general is filing a lawsuit or has filed a lawsuit asking the supreme court to block the electors from four states. How can this be possible given that the safe harbor. Data's already passed. I agree with you on asking that question and my answer to that would be what an irony think. Back to two thousand. Think back to the bush. V gore controversy which was much closer because remember that the florida recount that was being requested by al gore Because he was just a few votes behind probably about three to five hundred votes behind. George bush in that popular vote count in florida and whichever person was going to be certified and deemed. The winner of florida was going to exactly end up with two hundred two hundred seventy votes necessary to win the electoral college. So that's how razor send those margins were so understandably al gore was going to keep pressing. But here's the historical irony that republicans were saying on behalf of george bush. Oh safe harbor day is approaching so we really must wrap up and stop this recount in florida and the. Us supreme court accepted that argument by the bush side and said we cannot violate this concept of the safe harbor. Florida must certify its vote and indeed the recount stop. Florida certified their votes which showed that bush had won by sort of three to five hundred votes. That was it and that was it for gore. so by view is isn't an irony that the republican party. This time round led by at this point that commander in chief himself but the attorney general of texas joined by what sixteen seventeen other attorneys general. Republicans in states are now completely violating that concept of. Let's really pay attention to and follow the safe harbor rule right i think many constitutional scholars would also argue that. It's unlikely the supreme court is even going to take this case nonetheless rule on it but the fact is we do know at this point that every single state has certified. It's election correct. That is correct.

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"Distribution of covert 19 vaccines will start under President Trump but will continue after Inauguration Day. And that's why on ABC is this week run claim the chief Of staff for President elect Joe Biden says they need information. Our transition isn't getting access to agency officials helped develop our plans, and there's a lot of focus on that vaccine rollout plan that's gonna be critical in the early days. Of abiding President's University of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry agrees, adding the vaccine could be part of the trump legacy. He should be given some credit for that. But I would say the debit side of that ledger will obliterate his credit because You won't give out the information to the incoming president. I'm showing Adler, a spokesman for President elect Joe Biden says it's time for the Trump administration to start sharing covert 19 vaccine information with them. The distribution of covert 19 vaccines will start under President Trump but will continue after Inauguration day. And that's why on ABC is this week. Ron claim, the chief of staff for President elect Joe Biden says they need information. Our transition isn't getting access to agency officials helped develop our plans, and there's a lot of focus on that vaccine rollout plan that's gonna be critical in the early days. Buying presidency. University of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry agrees, adding the vaccine could be part of the trump legacy. He should be given some credit for that. But I would say the debit side of that ledger will obliterate his credit because He won't give out the information to the incoming president. I'm showing Adler. He should be given some credit for that. But I would say the debit side of that ledger will obliterate his credit because You won't give out the information to the incoming president and therefore get him up to speed and his new administration of to speak. There is a presidential transition act of 1963 in the midst of the Cold War, when Congress realized If we didn't have smooth transitions from one presidency to another. It would put American security and public safety at extreme risk. I think so, but it has a chance. But sadly, I don't look for it to be successful, no matter how well intentioned and how hard he tries. And that's because the country is so terribly split now. Taylor Swift, one artist of the year for 1/6 time at the American Music Awards marches are a letter with the latest young They Sonja Taylor. Swift says she would have liked to.

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Analysis: With silence, GOP enables Trump's risky endgame

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Analysis: With silence, GOP enables Trump's risky endgame

"A spokesman for president elect Joe Biden says it's time for the trump administration to start sharing covert nineteen vaccine information with them the distribution of covered nineteen vaccines will start under president trump but will continue after inauguration day and that's why on ABC's this week Ron Klein the chief of staff for president elect Joe Biden says they need information our transition isn't getting access to agency officials top developer plans and there's a lot of focus on that vaccine rollout plan that's gonna be critical in the early days of abiding presence of university of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry agrees adding the vaccine could be part of the trump legacy he should be given some credit for that but I would say it the the debit side of that ledger will obliterate his credit because he won't give out the information to the incoming president I'm showing after

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"The respondent Donald John trump guilty or not guilty on the first article abuse of power and then the second instructing Congress Chief Justice John Roberts asked senators to vote on each two thirds did not fight the president guilty ending just the third presidential impeachment trial in American history his acquittal was all but assured in the GOP led chamber which had voted not to allow witnesses and the documents in the trial the verdict of this kangaroo court will be meaningless top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says Republicans were more interested in protecting the president than finding the truth but GOP senator Lindsey Graham counters Democrats have their own agenda getting rid of the president these people hate trump's guts Mitt Romney was the only Republican to break ranks voting guilty on the first article Sager make ani at the White House university of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry says the results were pretty much expect surprises are are shocked obviously that Romney's of vote in speech is important because it does mean the president can't claim a unanimous verdict in his favor but I'm sure he'll just attacked but Romney for having a real deserted the reservation returns from the Iowa caucuses continue to trickle in for the state Democrats eighty six percent reporting former south bend Indiana mer people to judge holds a slim lead over remonstrated or Bernie Sanders they're followed by Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren then Joe Biden he tells supporters in New Hampshire I'm gonna fight for this nomination I'm gonna fight for it here in New Hampshire in a vat and then in South Carolina beyond because I know there are also a lot of folks out there who are right off this campaign but it's gone but I tell you what they were trying to do that for the moment I entered the race this is a P. news the former vice president faces some trouble in the state is that is seen as his firewall South Carolina number of black lawmakers demanding Biden disavow statements made by long time friend and campaign circuit they claim are racist it started with state senator Dick harpootlian criticizing the chairman of the black legislative caucus jury Govan for taking a job with top.

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"After months of evidence and testimony provided by house Democrats it's time to move on said that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell but university of Virginia professor of presidential studies Barbara Perry says the house has a constitutional obligation to further investigate president trump actions she says despite the acquittal and a boost in poll numbers president trump will always carry the stain of impeachment this will always be in his record it will always be a part of his obituary does the fact trump's reelection bid weather at hot were made to be see Jackie Quinn Washington

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Not guilty: Senate acquits Trump of impeachment charges

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Not guilty: Senate acquits Trump of impeachment charges

"After months of evidence and testimony provided by house Democrats it's time to move on said that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell but university of Virginia professor of presidential studies Barbara Perry says the house has a constitutional obligation to further investigate president trump actions she says despite the acquittal and a boost in poll numbers president trump will always carry the stain of impeachment this will always be in his record it will always be a part of his obituary does the fact trump's reelection bid weather at hot were made to be see Jackie Quinn Washington

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"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:22 min | 3 years ago

"barbara perry" Discussed on AP News

"It's a very rare as it should be presidential historian Barbara Perry says the nation should try to avoid removing a democratically elected president unless absolutely warranted we present you not just with high crimes and misdemeanors but a constitutional crime in progress Democrat Jamie Raskin says the president's already subverted democracy and is still trying to invite foreign election interference the majority is seeking to remove the president over something that didn't happen Republican Tom Cole says there's no reason to impeach the president who says the Democrats are doing what they say he did abusing power the whole impeachment thing is a hoax Sager make Connie Washington

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House ready for historic impeachment vote

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

House ready for historic impeachment vote

"It's a very rare as it should be presidential historian Barbara Perry says the nation should try to avoid removing a democratically elected president unless absolutely warranted we present you not just with high crimes and misdemeanors but a constitutional crime in progress Democrat Jamie Raskin says the president's already subverted democracy and is still trying to invite foreign election interference the majority is seeking to remove the president over something that didn't happen Republican Tom Cole says there's no reason to impeach the president who says the Democrats are doing what they say he did abusing power the whole impeachment thing is a hoax Sager make Connie Washington

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Walt Disney World's $15-an-hour wage could pave way for higher Central Florida pay

24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Walt Disney World's $15-an-hour wage could pave way for higher Central Florida pay

"The. Minimum wage for workers at Walt. Disney World could go up to fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty one under a contract proposal that. Disneyworld's unionized workers, will vote on next week existing worker is would see. Their wages increased by at least four dollars and seventy five cents. An hour by the time the contract ends in twenty twenty two under the plan Walt Disney World would also be able to use more part time workers And it would take longer for new workers to transfer job if the. Contracts approved Florida, workers will each receive a one thousand dollar bonus that. Disney had paid to other workers following last year's tax cut by

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