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"belmont waverley station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"belmont waverley station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news never stops. It's forty one degrees. Cloudy in Boston at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm art Cohen. And here's what's happening. Special counsel. Robert Muller says former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort has been lying to them in violation of a plea deal. He signed to get a lighter sentence. ABC's? Katherine Faulders is in Washington with more clear the significance. That Manafort has two molars probe. We know from our sources in our reporting that Manafort has been asked about a number of topics, including a Trump associate Roger stone by the bottom line is we still don't know what those lies are. But Muller's team says that they will detail all of those lies in an upcoming file his attorneys are denying that Manafort lied. Manafort, meanwhile, remains in jail, the president again criticize molar this morning accusing him of ruining lives. President Trump defends the use of tear gas against migrants rushing the southern border on Sunday. He spoke in Biloxi Mississippi last night, we didn't show them strength out of strong border. Nobody's shown a stronger border. If we didn't do that. You would have hundreds of thousands of people pouring into our country. ABC news chief national correspondent, Matt gut men is at the border in Tijuana, Mexico with more according to U US law asylum seekers. Have to have their applications, at least view by the US government. Now secretary Nielsen has said that only ten percent actually receive asylum, but that doesn't absolve the US government from actually try to verify their application claims. The question is how many of the people here we'll try to seek asylum through the proper channels. How many will try to smuggle their way into the United States, and for those that are left here in Tijuana that is going to be for the Mexican government to deal with and that could be an extremely costly proposition. According to U S law. It doesn't matter how they get into the country. The US the US must at least consider an asylum application some long and frustrating waits for rail writers after an inbound NBA train snapped an actual just north of Belmont Waverley station. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl reports it's all about communication. The NBA was quick to tell its Fitchburg line riders that are broken down trained cause delays. But Caitlin may feel doesn't feel. She got the full scope. I get text message. So I was able to stay at my house a little bit longer than normal. And then I came down here and thought that we would get on train them like ten minutes, and we didn't during her forty five minute. Wait, Caitlyn could watch is a train picked up writers under disabled one. Then sped past the station. Now, she needs to communicate with their boss. I told him I was going to be late at eight forty five. But I must send another Email now because a lot later from Waverley station. Kendall Buhl, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty complaints. In the town of LeicesteR now that a retail marijuana. Shop is open there that story coming up..

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"belmont waverley station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"belmont waverley station" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News chief national correspondent, Matt gut men is at the border in Tijuana Mexico with according to U S law asylum seekers have to have their applications, at least view that bind the US government. Now secretary Nielsen has said that only ten percent actually receive asylum, but that doesn't absolve the US government from actually trying to verify their application claims. The question is how many of the people here we'll try to seek asylum through the proper channels. How many will try to smuggle their way into the United States, and for those that are left here in Tijuana that is going to be for the Mexican government to deal with and that could be an extremely costly proposition. And according to US law doesn't matter how they get into the country. The US must at least consider their asylum application in the special counsels Russia investigation. Robert Muller and his team are accusing Paul Manafort of lying to them in violation of their plea agreement with him, here's CBS's. Paula Reed special counsel is being very clear they're not revealing anything about what he lied about. And it's just it right now it's unclear we do not know whether or not this information will ever be made public Manafort cannot now withdraw his guilty plea and may well face more prison time some long and frustrating waits for rail riders after an inbound NBA train snapped and axel just north of Belmont Waverley station. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl with that. It's all about communication. The NBA was quick to tell its Fitchburg line riders that are broken down train would cause delays. But Caitlin Mayfield doesn't feel. She got the full scope, I get text messages. So I was able to stay at my house a little bit longer than normal. And then I came down here and thought that we would get on train and like ten minutes and we didn't during her forty five minute. Wait, Caitlyn could watch is a train picked up writers under disabled one. Then sped past. The station. Now, she needs to communicate with their boss. I told him I was going to be late at eight forty five. But I must send another Email now because outside a lot later from Waverley station. Kendall Buhl, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty could a partial government shutdown being our future. That's coming up soon on WBZ..

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