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Worldly

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"ben trump" Discussed on Worldly

"Right. So like, this was a huge deal in terms of like a historical moment. There's no. Doubt having these two world leaders meet after they had been like threatening fire and fury and threatening to wipe each other out coming together to meet the whole fucking world was watching this. We were glued to our TV's essays up all night that night like writing about it. It was a big moment culturally, politically, I think that's a different question than like, whether it actually produced something that warrants, the kind of attention that it got is their tangible results to show for like all the hype that got I think that's the question that we really wanted tackle, you're right. It was more of a show than substance. I mean what they've effectively agreed to was let's try to minimize tensions. And then maybe we'll come up with a deal onto nuclearization. Right. Like, they came out of this meeting, and it's this big spectacle. And they have this press conference. They sign this dramatic document like this declaration, the basically said like gonna agree to keep talking to to do some stuff to make things better. The civic as it got. In the meantime, Kim Jong Hoon has basically become the like, yes, sure, Jan gif and continues to expand his nuclear capabilities, not necessarily the nuclear bomb per se, but satellite photos show, the missile program expanding. It really doesn't see my Trump accomplished a whole lot with this apparently historic declaration that came out of it. Yeah. What what are we talking about? Oh, the Brady bunch gif of. Yes. Sure. Jan cher. Jan. Yeah. We all believe you share. Boyfriend. So Trump tweets after this as the threat from new Korea is over. That's obviously not true Zack said still building nuclear weapons still aiding US sanctions, oddly, though, Trump is fine with this like his big issue is that as long as they are not testing missiles like they were all through twenty seventeen which kept me up at night there kind of chilling and still improving their program quietly. So the spectacle that was supposed to lead to this peace deal did not lead to a peace deal. It led to a I guess ceasefire which look you can see that as kind of a good thing for now. Right. Like, it's demonstrably effect that tensions are less on the Korean peninsula in between the US and North Korea than they were before this happened several months before this happened, right? Like, we went from literally like I've Hawai to you out. We will rain down fire and fury like the world has never seen and like North Korea threatening to bomb Guam like this is this is not. Okay, right. It was really scary at the time. If. Everyone remembers like we did several episodes like are we gonna go to war with North Korea. And we're not at that point. Now. So Alex, I think your point that like, yeah. Maybe there isn't substantive difference. But just the fact that Trump in his head thinks that like the problem has been largely solved for now that is still in that positive a lot of ways should Trump get credit, and this list of some kind of accomplishment for solving a crisis that he created. And I don't think I don't mean like the North Korea situation in general or the nuclear program, obviously, it'd be silly to say the Trump created that but the recent spate of tensions like that was in significant part because the president decided to go around using the really aggressive language to talk about North Korea. Right. So he brought us to the point of nearly getting into a war with North Korea. This is this is like a toddler intentionally knocking over a toy box. And then giving them credit for putting some of the toys back in the box at the end like they still knocked over the toy box. But North Korea. Also up their missile testing over and over over there. Just a ton in a row and Ben Trump started getting really feisty, right? So I'm not going to put this all in Trump. At the end of the day. I you do I think if Trump a bit credit from even though agree he opened the pathways to war..

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"ben trump" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

14:35 min | 1 year ago

"ben trump" Discussed on KNSS

"So marklevinshow power. Nice to have you with us. Ben Ferguson, filling in for the great one Marco van. He will be back with you next week can hurricane foreign. Is having a really big impact on the east coast. We're going to get you another live update from the ground from one of our affiliates. WB BT in Charlotte. They're going to talk with us coming up in about twenty five minutes. We'll have them there. What we're seeing? Now is unfortunately, five confirmed casualties deaths as foreign keeps battering the Carolinas to those people were a mother in an infant shower when a tree fell through their house killing them is so sad to see this. But also so encouraging to see how many Americans are joining together, including the Cajun army who are out there helping save people's lives as we're seeing the same type of flooding that we saw with hurricane Harvey down in Houston last year. A lot of people are coming together in these communities and people were coming in from other states to help people in these communities and get them out of these areas where they need so much help. I say all that to also deal with the reality of what's going on politically today as storms hitting Democrats decided at the with the leader Nancy Pelosi onstage to blame Donald Trump for post. Hurricane Maria suicides in Puerto Rico. Democratic Representative from New York directly blame Donald Trump for what she said was a spike in suicides across Puerto Rico after. They're terrible response from this administration. Of all the press conferences that Sheila jackson-lee and other Democrats could have had today. They could add a press conference telling people what they need to do and how they could make things better and everything else. I mean, they they could have done that. They actually have done that. They didn't. They could have given out numbers of places where people send money and get involved in support with operations of feed those that may be gone away from the house. They didn't do that. Instead. They decide to have a press conference to start the narrative that anything bad that happens because of hurricane Florence is actually the fault of Donald Trump. And the away to you start that narrative is to start saying that people died importer Rico because of Donald Trump and to double down on that on the day when this hurricanes hitting the already get that in people's minds. So when they do see something bad that happens, then immediately they will say well now, we know who to blame. It's Donald Trump. Here's part of what they said this press conference today this press conference happen today. We know now that this conditions resulted in almost three thousand loss of our fellow citizens. Whether it was from dialysis machines a medical care not functioning a loss of air conditioning in extreme heat or the site rate spiking due to despair, these death-toll can be attributed to Maria and the administration's response today. Sadly, we are watching. As an older. Enormous. Hurricane lands on American soil. And so the fact that we have been affirmed and reaffirmed at three thousand plus died, and as I've seen congressman Velazquez cry. Because people in Puerto Rico or committing suicide then I think what we're here today is to give solutions to plea for the money, and to demand that the administration stand up to its responsibilities realizing that the greatest job that they have been the American people are in war. The American people are in disaster. The administration needs to do its job. I mean, it's incredible. That on this Friday when this storms hitting the two narratives that are being pushed today instead of helping the people in the pathway that storm is one we're going to go after cavenaugh by saying thing happened in highschool, even though apparently the FBI is not interested in Feinstein's cavenaugh letter. The FBI will not be investigating Senator Dianne Feinstein's last second attempt to smear supreme court nominee Brett cabin. Are. We found that out. That's after noon. But don't worry. They'll push that narrative, and the other is well just know that if anything bad happens with hurricane foreign, it's really Donald Trump's fault. Because it's his fault that people died in Puerto Rico, not local elected officials, not handing out the water. The federal government sent down. They're not the clear what we found out was corruption the federal government down there with even how they were paying and high jacking the rates up and getting kickbacks on those who were supposed to restore power. How much of the goods and services in the money that we sent down there disappeared. Where where's the New York Times doing an article on that? They won't do it. Because it doesn't hurt. Donald trump. I want to get to your phone calls one eight hundred or I should say one eight seven seven. Three eight one thirty eight eleven one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven and see what you think about all of this. Let me go first. To marry Mary you are from Puerto Rico. You hear them try to push this narrative today that these people that commit suicide. It's really Trump's fault. It's the administration's fault year from Puerto Rico, give me your reaction. I I don't even know where to start to be honest with you. Let me start from the beginning. I I was a democrat up until recently I voted for Hillary. Unfortunately, I have a democrat my life. And this situation has really opened my eyes. My eighty Puerto Rico. My friend that works for the power light. That was sent there to help restore electricity. Puerto Rico has opened my eyes to what happened input Ligo where my roommate's from what I can tell you. It's other local government instead of restoring electricity. I in the hospital clinics. They didn't they actually decided to restore hospital to restore electricity and supermarkets and what shopping mall because for them. It was better for Puerto Ricans to go spend whatever money they had by clone. Instead of saving their lives in the hospital, which is the main hospital central maybe that hospital didn't have electricity until like, maybe seven days later, what Lyle the shopping mall, the main shopping mall. Even sounds line. Hot 'electricity. Days later. So you tell me what does Trump have to do with that nothing? Well, and we also found out about kickbacks that were coming back to the local electric officials when they were working to help businesses get in business to take advantage of people's desperation because their basic services were deliberately not being turned back on life was not getting back to normal because when you you have to spend more money, right when you are desperate for basic necessities. Well, you know, I know that there were a politics being held at the at the port ships that were standing at the poor waiting to be delivered on the mayor and the governor of Puerto Rico didn't do anything about losing excuses other roles where unbelievable or Roach Wayne possible. But you know, what she is the governor. She knows Puerto Rico more than anybody else. The mayor knows Puerto Rico more than anybody else. And to be honest with you, Trump has Trump, actually, you know, something now that I remember Trump went to Puerto Rico when he had the press conference. Remember that he was sitting next to the mayor. I forgot he I can't remember some of the local elected officials refused to sit and work with Trump. Well, I know that I remember seeing a press conference with the mayor President Trump in Puerto Rico, President Trump. Them. How many so far he said sixteen the mayor said sixteen I'm Ben Trump's a really sixteen. Wow. That's impressive. Not impressive. Because you know, he was happy to seventy or sixty people die, but impressive. Just such a major storm had only caught sixteen death the bay or a photo Rico said to him sixteen I understand that it was too. So I understand it was too. So for may, maybe for the mayor to speak about the total death. But you know, what you three thousand people die there as the mayor of the governor's fault. Because I know that Trump the impossible. We all saw. I mean, the Democrats me. So we are death that we're stupider. We don't we don't watch the news. We watched the you. I watch the news. This is why voting for them any. I am. I am. I don't even know how to express my feelings. How I am. I am. I can't believe that. I've been all my life. Lied about this. How lawyers they are. It's it's incredible. I don't know what else please help me out here. Well, let me say this. I'm glad that you figured it out. And I mean that sincerely because you got to see it firsthand and people are not writing these articles about the corruption which Maria's is a big part of the problem. And again, this is why today you have Democrats holding a press conference on the day that this hurricane foreign sitting saying that Donald Trump is responsible for suicides in Puerto Rico. So that that will be the story that will be in people's heads. So if anything bad happens with the storm, they can immediately blame it on. Donald trump. Lisa. You are on the marklevinshow. Ben Ferguson filling in tonight highly. So go ahead. Why you doing well? Thank you certification. My call great to talk to you. Give me your take on this. I take on this is I'm first of all like to say that I am embarrassed by Bill from Pennsylvania because I'm from Pennsylvania. I'm originally a New Yorker as you here, but I've been living here for twenty years that just somebody comes from this this state with such eight inch was mind blowing. I really think that people need to put the blame where it lies and they're accusing Trump of being political. What about the mayor and the governor that would make a deal with the truckers that will on strike in wanted to move those products to get it to the people that wasn't political. It's certainly watch. What about FEMA coming out and saying that that mayor and did not attend FEMA meetings because they had no intention of delivering that stuff to the people how they were they were making it political. But where's that story in the media? You never hear it. Also, I remember a radio station where on the team. A government official call the non image from Puerto Rico to tell the truth that the corruption. That they would move to stuff to get it to the people. And then they have the nerve to blame this president. It's unbelievable. And I'm disgusted by it. And you look at all of that water that is sitting down there on that tarmac waiting and the elected officials didn't hand it out, and they still want to blame. Donald Trump for that. Donald Trump's job is to get you the resources the local ex-officials job to hand out those resources in the most appropriate manner, and they just let the water sit there and rot. That's right now, what about that that made a nasty shock. No. That one that was in the middle of all of the yes. While people while she was claiming that people are suffering in dire dying. She had time to make a custom T shirt blaming Donald Trump. What about her pictures that came out of her hanging out with Gutierrez? Oh, that's no coincidence. Right there. I think what set up are. I think that Gutierrez that they set up their own people of Puerto Rico to suffer with that storm. So that they could blame the president for it. I think it was a political setup. I think it was a hit job. Well, they certainly wanted to make sure that the president suffered with the bad news. Lisa. Appreciate the phone. Call one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven we'll have more on this news of the Democrats again now claiming in a press conference today that Donald Trump's responsible for all suicides in Puerto Rico because of the storm that's his fault. Then Ferguson filling in for the great one. We'll be right back. folks today, I'm here to talk about congress. No, not about the upcoming elections. Those are very important. Now, I'm here to talk about hillsdale's groundbreaking new online course, congress how it used to work and why it doesn't and that title right there sums up why you really should take. This course, Hillsdale College teaches better than anyone anywhere the constitution. And how our government is supposed to work and in. This course, you'll learn exactly what congress should be doing. And what it shouldn't. And how it got to the state?.

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"ben trump" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"ben trump" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Impact on the east coast. We're going to get you another live update from the ground from one of our affiliates WBZ t in Charlotte. They're going to talk with us coming up in about twenty five minutes. We'll have them there. What we're seeing? Now is unfortunately, five confirmed casualties deaths as foreign keeps battering the Carolinas to those people were a mother in an infant shower when a tree fell through their house killing them, so sad to see this. But also so encouraging to see how many Americans are joining together, including the Cajun army who are out there helping save people's lives as we're seeing the same type of flooding that we saw with hurricane Harvey down in Houston last year. A lot of people are coming together in these communities and people were coming in from other states to help people in these communities and get them out of these areas where they need so much help. Now, I say all that to also deal with the reality of what's going on politically today as storms hitting Democrats decided at the leader Nancy Pelosi onstage to blame Donald Trump for post. Hurricane Maria suicides in Puerto Rico. Democratic Representative from New York directly blame Donald Trump for what she said was a spike in suicides across Puerto Rico after. They're terrible response from this administration. Of all the press conferences that Sheila jackson-lee and other Democrats could have had today. They could add a press conference telling people what they need to do and how they could make things better and everything else. I mean, they they could have done that. They could have actually done that. They didn't. They could've given out numbers of places where people send money and get involved in support with operations of feed those that may be you know, got away from the house. They didn't do that. Instead. They decided to have a press conference to start the narrative that anything bad that happens because of hurricane Florence is actually the fault of Donald Trump. And the away to you start. That narrative is a start saying that people died in Puerto Rico because of Donald Trump and the double down on that on the day when this hurricane sitting the already get that in people's minds. So when they do see something bad happens, then immediately, they will say well now, we know who to blame. It's Donald Trump. Here's part of what they said this press conference today this press conference happened today. We know now that this conditions resulted in the almost three thousand loss of our fellow citizens. Whether it was from dialysis machines a medical care not functioning a loss of air conditioning in extreme heat or this site rate spiking due to despair, these death toll can be attributed to Maria and the administration's response today. Sadly, we are watching. Another enormous. Hurricane lands on American soil. And so the fact that we have been affirmed, and reaffirmed that three thousand plus. Died and as I've seen congressman Velazquez cry because people in Puerto Rico or committing suicide. Then I think what we're here today is to give solutions to play for the money and to demand that the administration stand up to its responsibilities. Realizing that the greatest job if they have been the American people are in war. The American people are in disaster. Administration needs to do its job. I mean, it's incredible. That on this Friday when these storms hitting the two narratives that are being pushed today instead of helping the people in the pathway. The storm is one we're going to go after cavenaugh by saying happened in highschool even though apparently the FBI is not interested in Feinstein's cavenaugh letter. The FBI will not be investigating Senator Dianne Feinstein's last second attempt to smear supreme court nominee Brett cabin. Are. We found that out this afternoon. But don't worry push that narrative, and the other is well just know that if anything bad happens with hurricane forums. It's really Donald Trump's fault. Because it's his fault that people died in Puerto Rico, not local elected officials, not handing out the water. The federal government sent down. They're not the clear what we found out was corruption in the federal government down there with even how they were paying and high jacking the rates up and getting kickbacks on those who were supposed to restore power. How much of the goods and services in the money that we sent down there disappeared. Where's the New York Times doing an article on that? They won't do it. Because it doesn't hurt. Donald trump. I want to get to your phone calls one eight hundred or I should say one eight seven seven. Three eight one thirty eight eleven one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven and see what you think about all of this. Let me go first. To marry Mary you are from Puerto Rico. You hear them try to push this narrative today that these people that commit suicide. It's really Trump's fault. It's the administration's fault year from Puerto Rico, give me your reaction. I I don't even know where to start to be honest with you. Let me start from the beginning. I I was a democrat up until recently I voted for Hillary. Unfortunately, I have a democrat my life. And this situation has really opened my eyes. My family Puerto Rico. My friend works for the power light was sent there to help. Restore electricity photo Rico has. Opening my eyes to what happened in Puerto Rico where my psalm as from what I can tell you is a local government instead of restoring electricity. I in the hospital clinics. They didn't they actually decided to restore hospital to restore electricity and markets and shopping mall because for them. It was better for Puerto Ricans to go spend whatever money they had by clone instead of saving their lives in the hospital, which is the main hospital maybe that hospital didn't have electricity until like maybe seven days later, while the shopping mall, the main shopping mall in some hot 'electricity three days later. So you tell me what does Trump has to do with that? Nothing. Well, and we also found out about kickbacks that were coming back to local officials when they were working to help businesses. Get in business to take advantage of people's desperation because their basic services were deliberately not being turned back on life was not getting back to normal because when you you have to spend more money, right when you are desperate for basic necessities. Well, you know, I know that there were a politics being held at the at the port ship that were standing at the poor waiting to deliver on mayor and the governor of Puerto Rico. You didn't do anything about it? They were just listening excuses other roles where undrivable or Roach twenty possible. But you know, what she is the governor Puerto Rico? More than anybody else. Mayor knows Puerto Rico more than anybody else. And to be honest with you, Trump Trump actually now that I remember Trump went to Puerto Rico when he had the press conference. Remember that he was sitting next to the mayor. I forgot he can't remember some of the local elected officials refused to sit and work with Trump. Well, I remember seeing a conference where the mayor set President Trump in Puerto Rico, Trump back them how many so far he said sixteen they may you said sixteen I'm Ben Trump's a really sixteen. Wow. That's impressive. Not impressive. Because you know, he was happy to seventeen or sixteen people die, but impressive. Just such a major storm had only cost sixteen death this bay or a photo Rigo said to him sixteen I understand that it was too. So I understand it was too. So maybe speak about the total death. You know, what you three thousand people either as the mayor of the governor's full because I know that Trump the possible we all saw I mean, really? A simple question. So we are that stupid. The we don't know that we didn't watch the news. We watched in you. I watch the news. This is why voting for them any. I I I don't even know how to express my feelings. How I am. I am founded I I can't believe that I've been all my life. Lied about this how liars if they are. It's incredible. I don't know what else. Please help me out here. Well, let me say this. I'm glad that you figured it out. And I mean that sincerely because you got to see it first hand and people are not writing these articles about the corruption which Mary is is a big part of the problem. And again, this is why today you have Democrats holding a press conference on the day that this hurricane foreign sitting saying that Donald Trump is responsible for suicides in Puerto Rico. So that that will be the story that will be in people's heads. So if anything bad happens with the storm, they can immediately blame it on. Donald trump. Lisa. You are on the marklevinshow. Ben Ferguson, filling in tonight, highly go ahead. Hi, how are you doing? Well. Thank you, sir. For taking my call. Great to talk to you. Give me your take on this. I take on this is I'm first of all like to say that. Embarrassed by Bill from Pennsylvania because I'm from Pennsylvania. I'm originally a New Yorker as you here, but I've been living here for twenty years. I just hear somebody comes from this this state with such eight inch was mind blowing. I really think that people need to put the blame where it lies and they're accusing Trump of being political. What about the mayor and the governor still wouldn't make a deal with their talk are on strike in order to move to get it to the people that wasn't political. It's certainly watch. What about FEMA coming out and saying that mayo and did not attend team meetings because they had no intention of delivering that stuff to the people how they were making it. So let it go. But where's that story in the media? You never hear it. Also, I remember a radio station where on a government official call the non from Puerto Rico. Tell the truth. That they would move to stuff to get it to the people then they have the nerve to blame this president. It's unbelievable. And I'm disgusted by. It is. Get all of that water. That is sitting down there on that tarmac waiting and the elected officials didn't hand it out, and they still want to blame Donald Trump for that. Donald Trump's job is to get you the resources the local elected officials job to hand out those resources in the most appropriate manner, and they just let the water sit there and rot. That's right now, what about that that made the nasty shock. No that one that was in the middle of all of the people. She was claiming that people are suffering dire dying. She had time to make a custom T shirt blaming Donald Trump. What about her pictures that came out of her hanging out with scoots here rash? That's no coincidence. Right. That I think what set up. I think that good that they set up their own people of Puerto Rico suffer with that storm. So that they can blame the president for it. I think it was a political setup. I think it was a hit job. Well, they certainly wanted to make sure that the president suffered with the bad news. We appreciate the phone. Call one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven we'll have more on this news of the Democrats again now claiming in a press conference today that Donald Trump's responsible for all suicides in Puerto Rico because of the storm that's his fault. Then Ferguson filling in for the great one. We'll be right back. Mark levin. Folks today, I'm here to talk about congress. No, not about the upcoming elections. Those are very important. Now, I'm here to talk about hillsdale's groundbreaking new online course, congress how it used to work and why it doesn't and that title right there sums up why you really should take. This course, Hillsdale College teachers better than anyone anywhere, they constitution. And how our government is supposed to work and in. This course, you'll learn exactly what congress should be doing. And what it shouldn't. And how it got to the state?.

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"ben trump" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

14:21 min | 1 year ago

"ben trump" Discussed on KNSS

"Is having a really big impact on the east coast. We're going to get you another live update from the ground from one of our affiliates. WB t- in Charlotte. They're going to talk with us coming up in about twenty five minutes. We'll have them there. What we're seeing? Now is unfortunately, five confirmed casualties deaths as foreign keeps battering the Carolinas to those people were a mother in an infant shower when a tree fell through their house killing them. We is so sad to see this. But also so encouraging to see how many Americans are joining together, including the Cajun army who are out there helping save people's lives as we're seeing the same type of flooding that we saw with hurricane Harvey down in Houston last year. A lot of people are coming together in these communities and people were coming in from other states to help people in these communities and get them out of these areas where they need so much help. Now, I say all that to also deal with the reality of what's going on politically today as a storms hitting Democrats decided at the with the leader Nancy Pelosi onstage to blame Donald Trump for post. Hurricane Maria suicides in Puerto Rico. Democratic Representative from New York directly blame Donald Trump for what she said was a spike in suicides across Puerto Rico after. They're terrible response from this administration. Of all the press conferences that Sheila jackson-lee and democ other Democrats could have had today at a press conference telling people what they need to do and how they could make things better and everything else. I mean, they they could have done that. They actually have done that. They didn't. They could have given out numbers of places where people send money and get involved in support with operations a feed those that may be, you know, gotten away from the house, they didn't do that. Instead. They decided to have a press conference to start the narrative that anything bad that happens because of hurricane Florence is actually the fault of Donald Trump. And the away to you start that narrative is to start saying that people died importer Rico because of Donald Trump and to double down on that on the day when this hurricanes hitting the already get that in people's minds. So when they do see something bad that happens, then immediately they will say well now, we know who to blame. It's Donald Trump. Here's part of what they said this press conference today this press conference happen today. We know now that this conditions resulted in the almost three thousand loss of our fellow citizens. Whether it was from dialysis machines a medical care not functioning a loss of air conditioning in extreme heat or three site rate biking due to the despair these death toll can be attributed to Maria and the administration's response today. Sadly, we are watching as an. Other enormous hurricane lands on American soil. And so the fact that we have been affirmed and reaffirmed at three thousand plus died. And as I've seen congressman Velazquez cry. Because people in Puerto Rico or committing suicide then I think what we're here today is to give solutions to plead for the money, and to demand that the administration stand up to its responsibilities realizing that the greatest job that they have been the American people are in war. The American people are in disaster. The administration needs to do its job. I mean, it's incredible. That on this Friday when this storms hitting the two narratives that are being pushed today instead of helping the people in the pathway that storm is one we're going to go after cavenaugh by saying thing happened in high school, even though apparently the FBI is not interested in Feinstein's cavenaugh letter. The FBI will not be investigating Senator Dianne Feinstein's last second attempt to smear supreme court nominee Brett cavern. Are we found that out? That's after noon, but don't worry. They'll push that narrative, and the other is well just know that if anything bad happens with hurricane foreign, it's really Donald Trump's fault. Because it's his fault that people died in Puerto Rico, not local elected officials, not handing out the water. The federal government sent down. They're not the clear what we found out was corruption in the federal government down there with even how they were paying and high jacking the rates up and getting kickbacks on those we're supposed to restore power. How much of the goods and services in the money that we sent down there disappeared. Where's the New York Times doing an article on that? They won't do it. Because it doesn't hurt. Donald trump. I want to get to your phone calls one eight hundred or I should say one eight seven seven. Three eight one thirty eight eleven one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven and see what you think about all of this. Let me go first. To Mary, Mary you are from Puerto Rico. You hear them try to push this narrative today that these people that commit suicide, it's really Trump's fault. It's the administration's fault year from Puerto Rico, give me your reaction. I I don't even know where to start to be honest with you. Let me start from the beginning. I I was a democrat up until recently I voted for Hillary. Unfortunately, I have voted democrat my life. And this situation has really opened my eyes. My family Puerto Rico. My friend that works for the power light. That was sent there to help restore electricity. Puerto Rico has. Open my eyes to what happened in Puerto Rico where my as from what I can tell you is the local government instead of restoring electricity. I in the hospital clinics. They didn't they actually decided to restore hospital to restore electricity and supermarkets and shopping mall because for them. It was better football weakens to go spend, whatever money they had by clone. Standoff. Saving their lives in the hospital, which is the main hospitals called central. Maybe that hospital didn't have electricity until like maybe seven days later what while the shopping mall, the main shopping mall in line cut electricity three days later. So you tell me, right. Does Trump has to do with that nothing? And we also found out about kickbacks that were coming back to local electric officials when they were working to help businesses get in business to take advantage of people's desperation because their basic services were deliberately not being turned back on life was not getting back to normal because when you you have to spend more money, right when you are desperate for basic necessities. Well, you know, I know that there were politics being held at the at the port ships that were standing at the poor waiting to be deliver. On the mayor and the governor of Puerto Rico didn't do anything about it. They were just listening excuses other roles where undrivable or the roads way possible. But you know, what she is the governor knows Puerto Rico more than anybody else. The mayor knows Puerto Rico more than anybody else. And to be honest with you, Trump has Trump, actually, you know, something now that I remember Trump went to Puerto Rico when he had the press conference. Remember that he was sitting next to mayor. I forgot he I can't remember some of the Iraqi local elected officials refused to sit and work with Trump. Well, I know that I remember seeing a press conference where the mayor set President Trump in Puerto Rico, President Trump asked them how many so far he said sixteen they mayor said sixteen I'm Ben Trump's a really sixteen. Wow. That's impressive. Not impressive because you. You know, he was happy to seventy or sixty people die, but impressive just such a major storm had only cost sixteen death bay. Or a photo Riego set to him sixteen. I understand that he was too. So I understand it was too. So maybe to speak about the total death. But you know, what you three thousand people die there as the mayor of the governor's fault. Because I know that Trump the possible we all side. I mean, the Dherinia. Democrats me. So we are the stupid the we don't know that we didn't watch the news. We watch the news. I watch the news. This is why I'm voting for them anymore. I I I don't even know how to express my feelings. How I I doubt it. I can't believe that. I've been all my life. Lied about this. How lawyers they are. I it's it's incredible. I don't know what else to say, please help me out here. Well, let me say this. I'm glad that you figured it out. And I mean that sincerely because you got to see it firsthand and people are not writing these articles about the corruption which Mary is is a big part of the problem. And again, this is why today you have Democrats holding a press conference on the day that this hurricane foreign sitting saying that Donald Trump is responsible for suicides in Puerto Rico. So that that will be the story that will be in people's heads. So if anything bad happens with the storm, they can immediately blame it on. Donald trump. Lisa. You are on the marklevinshow. Ben Ferguson filling in tonight highly. So go ahead. Hi, how are you doing? Well. Thank you, sir. For taking my call. Great to talk to you. Give me your take on this. I take on this is I'm first of all like to say that. I am. Embarrassed by Dell for Pennsylvania because I'm from Pennsylvania. I'm originally a New Yorker as you here, but I've been living here for twenty years. Somebody comes from this this state with such eight inch was mind blowing. I really think that people need to put the plane where it lies and they're accusing Trump of being political. What about the mayor and the governor that would make a deal with the talker on strike and wanted to move those five bucks to get it to the people that wasn't political. It's certainly watch. What about FEMA coming out and saying that that mayor and governor did not attend FEMA meetings because they had no intention of delivering that stuff to the people. They were they were making it political. But where's that story in the media? You never hear it. Also, I remember a radio station where on a government official call the non emotionally from Puerto Rico. To tell the truth that the corruption. That they would move the stuff to get it to the people. And then they have the nerve to blame this president. It's unbelievable. And I'm disgusted by it. It and you look at all of that water that is sitting down there on that tarmac waiting and the elected officials didn't hand it out, and they still want to blame. Donald Trump for that. Donald Trump's job is to get you the resources the local elected officials job to hand out those resources in the most appropriate manner, and they just let the water sit there and rot. That's right now, what about that that made the nasty shirt? No that one that was in the middle of all of the yes. While people while she was claiming that people are suffering in dire dying. She had time to make a custom T shirt blaming Donald Trump. What about her pictures that came out of her hanging out with Luis Gutierrez? Oh, that's no coincidence. Right there. I think the setups are I think that good that they set up their own people of Puerto Rico to suffer with that storm. So that they can blame the president for it. I think the political setup I think it was a hit job. Well, they certainly wanted to make sure that the president suffered with the bad news. Lisa. Appreciate the phone. Call one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven we'll have more on this news of the Democrats again now claiming in a press conference today that Donald Trump's responsible for all suicides in Puerto Rico because the storm that's his fault. Then Ferguson filling in for the great one. We'll be right back. today. I'm here to talk about congress not about the upcoming elections. Those are very important. Now, I'm here to talk about hillsdale's groundbreaking new online course, congress how it used to work and why it doesn't and that title right there sums up why you really should take. This course, Hillsdale College teaches better than anyone anywhere the constitution. And how our government is supposed to work and in. This course, you'll learn exactly what congress should be doing. And what it shouldn't. And.

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"Very nice to have you with us. Ben Ferguson, filling in for the great one Marco van. He will be back with you next week can't hurricane. Foreign high is have a really big impact on the east coast. We're going to get you another live update from the ground from one of our affiliates. WBZ t- in Charlotte. They're going to talk with us coming up in about twenty five minutes. We'll have them there. What we're seeing? Now is unfortunately, five confirmed casualties at deaths as foreign keeps battering the Carolinas to those people were a mother in an infant shower when a tree fell through their house killing them. We so sad to see this. But also showing courage to see how many Americans are joining together, including the Cajun army who are out there helping save people's lives as we're seeing the same type of flooding that we saw with hurricane Harvey. Down in Houston last year. A lot of people are coming together in these communities and people were coming in from other states to help people in these communities and get them out of these areas where they need so much help. I say all that to also deal with the reality of what's going on politically today as a storms hitting Democrats decided at the where the leader Nancy Pelosi onstage to blame Donald Trump for post. Hurricane Maria suicides in Puerto Rico. Democratic Representative from New York directly blame Donald Trump for what she said was a spike in suicides across Puerto Rico after. They're terrible response from this administration of all the press conferences that Sheila jackson-lee and democ other Democrats could have had today they could add a press conference telling people what they need to do and how they could make things better and everything else. I mean, they they could have done that. They actually have done that. They didn't. They could've given out numbers of places where people send money and get involved in support with operations a feed those that may be you know, got away for now. So they didn't do that. Instead. They decide to have a press conference to start the narrative that anything bad that happens because of hurricane Florence is actually the fault of Donald Trump. And the away to you start. That narrative is start saying that people died in Puerto Rico because of Donald Trump and to double down on that on the day when this hurricanes hitting the RT get that in people's minds. So when they do see something bad that happens, then immediately they will say well now, we know who to blame. It's Donald Trump. Here's part of what they said this press conference today this press conference happen today. We know now that this conditions resulted in almost three thousand loss of our fellow citizens. Whether it was from dialysis machines, a medical care not functioning a loss of air conditioning in extreme heat or recite rate spiking due to this despair. These death toll can be attributed to Maria and the administration's response today that we are watching. Another enormous. Hurricane lands on American soil. And so the fact that we have been affirmed and reaffirmed at three thousand plus. Died and has I've seen congressman Velazquez cry. Because people in Puerto Rico or committing suicide then I think what we're here today is to give solutions to plead for the money, and to demand that the ministration stand up to its responsibilities realizing that the greatest job that they have been the American people are in war. The American people are in disaster. The administration needs to do its job. I mean, it's incredible. That on this Friday when this storms hitting the two narratives that are being pushed today instead of helping the people in the pathway. The storm is one we're going to go after cavenaugh by saying thing happened in high school. Even though apparently the FBI is not interested in Feinstein's cavenaugh letter. The FBI will not be investigating Senator Dianne Feinstein's last second attempt to smear supreme court nominee Brett cabin. Are. We found that out. That's after noon. But don't worry. They'll push that narrative, and the other is well just know that if anything bad happens with hurricane foreign, it's really Donald Trump's fault. Because it's his fault that people died in Puerto Rico, not local elected officials, not handing out the water. The federal government sent down. They're not the clear what we found out was corruption the federal government down there with even how they were paying and high jacking the rates up and getting kickbacks on those who were supposed to restore power. How much of the goods and services in the money that we sent down there disappeared. Where's the New York Times doing an article on that? They won't do it. Because it doesn't hurt. Donald trump. I wanna get to your phone calls one eight hundred or I should say one eight seven seven. Three eight one thirty eight eleven one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven and see what you think about all of this. Let me go. To Mary, Mary you are from Puerto Rico. You hear them try to push this narrative today that these people that commit suicide, it's really Trump's fault. It's the administration's fault year from Puerto Rico, give me your reaction. I I don't even know where to start to be honest with you. Let let me start from the beginning. I I was at democrat up until recently I voted for Hillary. Unfortunately, I have a democrat might tire life. And this situation has really opened my eyes my Puerto Rico. My friend works for the power light. That was sent there to help restore electricity. Puerto Rico has. Open my eyes to what happened in Puerto Rico where my farm from what I can tell you. It's a local government instead of restoring electricity. I in the hospital clinics. They didn't they actually decided to restore hospital to restore electricity and supermarkets and. Shopping mall because for them. It was better for Puerto Ricans to go spend whatever money they had by clo- instead of saving their lives in the hospital, which is the main hospital central maybe that hospital they didn't have electricity until like maybe seven days later, while the shopping mall, the main shopping mall in line. 'electricity three days later. So you tell me what does some has to do with that nothing. Well, and we also found out about kickbacks that were coming back to local elected officials when they were working to help businesses. Get in business to take advantage of people's desperation because their basic services were deliberately not being turned back on life was not getting back to normal because when you have to spend more money, right when you are desperate for basic necessities. Well, you know, I know that there were a policy held at the at the port. Ships that were standing at the poor waiting to be delivered on the mayor and the governor of Puerto Rico didn't do anything about it. They were just looking excuses that the roads where undrivable or that the roads way possible. But you know, what she is the governor put more than anybody else. The mayor knows Puerto Rico more than anybody else to be honest with you Trump has Trump. I, you know, something now that I remember Trump went to Puerto Rico on when he had the press conference. Remember that he was sitting next to mayor. I forgot he I can't remember some of the local elected officials refused to sit and work with Trump. Well, I know that I remember seeing a press conference where the mayor set President Trump in Puerto Rico. President Trump asked them how many so far he said sixteen bay you're set sixteen. I'm Ben Trump's said really sixteen. Wow, that's impressive ninety breath. Because you know, he was happy to seventy or sixty people die, but impressive just such a major storm. How only caught sixteen death the bay or a photo Rico said to him sixteen I understand that it was too. So I understand it was too. So for me, maybe for the mayor to speak about the total death. But you know, what you three thousand people die there as the mayor of the governor's fault. Because I know that Trump the impossible. We all saw. I mean, the Dherinia. Democrats me. So we are debt that we're stupider. We don't we didn't watch the news. We watch the news. I watch the news. This is why I'm voting for them any more. I I I don't even know how to express my feelings. I doubt it. I can't believe that I've been all my life lied about this how liars if they are. It's it's incredible. I don't know what else to. Please help me out here. Well, let me say this. I'm glad that you figured it out. And I mean that sincerely because you got to see it first hand and people are not writing these articles about the corruption which Mary is is a big part of the problem. And again, this is why today you have Democrats holding a press conference on the day that this hurricane foreign sitting saying that Donald Trump is responsible for suicides in Puerto Rico. So that that will be the story that will be in peds. So if anything bad happens with the storm, they can immediately blame it on. Donald trump. Lisa. You are on the Mark Levin show. Ben Ferguson, filling in tonight, highly go ahead. Why are you doing? Well. Thank you, sir. Great to talk to you. Give me your take on this. I take on that, Saddam. First of all I'd like to say that I am embarrassed by Bill from Pennsylvania because I'm from Pennsylvania. I'm originally a New Yorker as you here, but I've been living here for twenty years. Somebody comes from this in this state, what such eight inch was mind blowing. I really think that people need to put the blame where it lies and they're accusing Trump of being political. What about the mayor and the governor that would make it feel with the truckers that were on strike in order to move those products to get it to the people that wasn't political. It's certainly watch. What about FEMA coming out and saying? Did not attend FEMA meetings because they had no intention of delivering that stuff. To the people. So they were they were making it political. But is that story in the media? You never era. Also, I remember a radio station where on a government official call the non emotionally from Puerto Rico to tell the truth that the corruption. That they would move the stuff to get it to the people. And then they have the nerve to blame this president. It's unbelievable. And I'm disgusted by. This is an and you look at all of that water that is sitting down there on that tarmac waiting and the elected officials didn't hand it out, and they still want to blame Donald Trump for that. Donald Trump's job is to get you the resources the local ex-officials officials job to hand out those resources in the most appropriate manner, and they just let the water sit there and rot. That's right now, what about that that made a nasty shock. No that one that was in the middle of all of while people while she was claiming that people are suffering in dire dying. She had time to make a custom T shirt blaming Donald Trump. What about her pictures that came out of her hanging out with? Oh, that's no coincidence. Right there. I think what the setup are. I think that Gutierez that they set up their own people of Puerto Rico to suffer with that storm. So that they could blame the president for it. I think what the political setup I think it was a hit job. Well, they certainly wanted to make sure that the president suffered with the bad news. We appreciate the phone. Call one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven we'll have more on this news of the Democrats again now claiming in a press conference today that Donald Trump's responsible for all suicides in Puerto Rico because the storm that's his fault. Then Ferguson filling in for the great one. We'll be right back. talks today. I'm here to talk about congress. No, not about the upcoming elections. Those are very important. Now, I'm here to talk about hillsdale's groundbreaking new online course, congress how it used to work and why it doesn't and that title right there sums up why you really should take. This course, Hillsdale College teaches better than anyone anywhere the constitution. And how our government is supposed to work and in. This course, you'll learn exactly what congress should be doing. And what it shouldn't. And how it got to the state?.

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"ben trump" Discussed on KOMO

"Ben Trump under fire, for his, decision to revoke this Gertie clearance a former CIA director John Brennan retired Admiral William, mcraven oversaw that raid that killed Osama bin Laden wants his security clearance revoked in solidarity with Brennan and this a dozen former, senior intelligence officials including six former CIA director's. Released a scathing statement, calling the president's decision ill considered an unprecedented they argued his move had nothing to do with who should or shouldn't hold security clearances and quote everything to do. With an attempt to stifle free speech to officials on that statement James Clapper and Michael Hayden are on. The White, House list, of, officials who security clearance are under review Arlette signs ABC news Washington the jury resumes deliberations, this, morning in, the trial of Paul Manafort they had questions yesterday Manafort jury resumes. Deliberations with some new clarifications from the judge They sent a note asking him for questions late Thursday among, them can you redefine reasonable doubt Manafort lead attorney Kevin downing said. That question was a, good sign, overall very good day for Mr. Manafort the defense argued the government hadn't met its, burden of proof prosecutors had argued the documents prove Manafort hid millions of dollars, from the IRS and that he lied to banks, to obtain loans Meghan Hughes ABC news Washington. A major break in, the search for missing pregnant mother from Colorado and her two young children police say they located the body they believe to be thirty four year old Shannon watts. And nearby the bodies of her two young daughters the discovery comes just hours after her husband reportedly confessed. To the, murders well, county, district attorney Michael Rourke says too early to say they they'll seek the death penalty would, certainly, involve communication, that collaboration discussion with her family law enforcement Members of my office you're listening to ABC news Your top local. Stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center a former Bellevue. Police officer is back behind bars after being, arrested a third, time in a domestic violence case the prosecutor says John Kevin is accused of violating a no contact order over the. Weekend for the second time since his April arrest a statement from Alaska. Airlines explains a series of flight cancellations and delays the company says some Airbus, planes are affected due to. An unplanned maintenance issue nor the details were given they hope to. Return to normal operations, today and friendship. House caffeine mount Vernon serves breakfast lunch and dinner and the concern is that homeless people. Hang out all day waiting for their next meal that's led. To a lot of complaints in the surrounding neighborhood. So soon only dinner will be on the menu Ellen GAM Ston is executive. Director.

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03:10 min | 2 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Afternoons On Just the real thing Shell On the fan base briefly glanced at Manafort sitting about twenty feet apart from each. Other now that was before he admitted that the two were involved in criminal activity. Together, now the attorneys representing Manafort have built their defense around painting gates as a, liar the culprit behind the alleged crimes of tax evasion and Bank fraud during his. Testimony his credibility will be crucial to the. Prosecution so gates said that they knew exactly what was going. On of, course they did Of course, they did How could you not? Know, what's going, on, just you know look I am not going to sit here and paint either of these cats, as? Wonderful human beings right they had money. In other Bank accounts they made four dollars and they didn't bring it home and give it to the US like the. US wanted, them to We can argue about whether or not that's you know you should do that you should you know But They, didn't Of that there in some trouble still nothing to do. With. Russia right we've just talked about the meeting and the Sonnen Don Jr. Still nothing to do with Russia I think the only person or maybe. Two depending on son-in-law Jared Kushner the only two people that have an issue, here when it comes to Russia Ben Trump are those two Kushner potentially and Don Jr. This other stuff is let's get as many people as we possibly, can with the potential Of maybe they knowing something and maybe have taken meetings and maybe been in the same situation where Don Jr. us As I started to look as more and more pieces start to come together and say okay cool this is about Don Jr. Manafort is just somebody they thought hey he was associated he's got some dealings in in Russia. With people that you know in the Ukraine who were pro-putin and, he made a ton of money over there is lobbying guy but the reality is. He's now just something that they're gonna finish but it's not gonna get them anything closer, to, Trump. And what they're looking for Do you think he's dirty Manafort? Probably. Do I think that people go over to Europe? And, and elsewhere and lobby and get, big dollars from all kinds, of, people, throughout, Europe, and, the Middle, East and southeast Asia and they put. It in Bank accounts all over the globe I absolutely do is he the only one no is he probably going to get pot because there's. A certain guilt by association yes do. They really, care, about Manafort in. This altogether no but now that they've started it they've got to finish three two three five three eight twenty.

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03:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Criminal activity together now the attorneys representing Manafort have built their, defense around painting gates as a liar the culprit behind the alleged crimes of. Tax evasion and Bank fraud during testimony his. Credibility will be crucial to the prosecution so gates is said that they, knew exactly what was going. On course they did Of course, they did How could you not? Know, what's going, on, just you know look I am not going to sit here and paint either of these cats, as? Wonderful human beings right they had money. In other Bank accounts they made four dollars and they didn't bring it home and give it to the US like the. US wanted, them to We can argue about whether or not that's you know you should do that you should you know But They didn't because of that there in some trouble still nothing to do with. Russia. Right we've just talked about the meeting and the Sonnen Don Jr. and Still nothing to do with Russia I think the only person or maybe. Two depending on son-in-law Jared Kushner the only two people that have an issue, here when it comes to Russia Ben Trump or those two Kushner potentially and Don Jr. This other stuff is let's get as many people as we possibly, can with the potential Of maybe they knowing something and maybe have taken meetings and maybe been in the same situation where Don Jr. us As I started to look as more and more pieces start to come together I started saying okay cool this is about Don Jr. Manafort is just somebody they thought hey he was associated he's got some dealings in in. Russia with people that you know in the Ukraine who were pro-putin and, he made a ton of money over there is lobbying guy but the reality is. He's now just something that they're going to finish but it's not gonna get. Them anything closer, to, Trump. And what they're looking for Do you think that he's dirty? Manafort. Probably do I think that people go over to? Europe, and and elsewhere and lobby and, get big dollars from all, kinds, of, people, throughout, Europe, and the, Middle East and southeast Asia and they. Put it in Bank accounts all over the globe I absolutely do is he the only one no is he probably going to get popped because. There's a certain guilt by association yes. Do they, really, care about Manafort. In this altogether no but now that they've started it they've got to finish three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter you. Can tweet at us love hearing from you each and every day we, break it down for you in a way that is smoking hot we simply call Urban word of the day it's time for the urban word.

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio now a global news update but nato summit at home and abroad i'm michael toscano restless congressional republicans today trying to rein in president trump a bit with the senate passing a binding resolution eighty eight to eleven giving them more to say in how tariffs are used several gop leaders also taking the time to support nato being sharply criticized at the brussels summit by president trump and that includes house speaker paul ryan nato's indispensable it says important today as it ever has been trump started his day at the summit where the tents breakfast meeting with nato secretary general jens stoltenberg telling him he wants nato members to pay four percent of their economies worth for defense so often berg brushing that off be committed to the pledge increasing defense spending to two percent and let's start with that ben trump blasted germany germany is totally controlled by russia because they will get it from sixty to seventy percent of their energy from russia trump got his facts wrong there and his comments rouse the ira of german chancellor angela merkel we are the second largest donor of troops we put most of our military abilities into the service of nato and we are strongly committed enough ghanistan where we also defend the interests of the united states of america chancellor merkel's interpreter stocks closed sharply lower today on fears of a trade war being sparked by the trump tariffs president trump today threatening new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese products in china threatening to hit back equally hard the dow jones four day positive streak was halted closing down two hundred nineteen points the nasdaq fell forty three points and the sp five hundred declined twenty crews in northern nevada are battling the largest wildfire in the country the martin fire burning over four hundred thirty thousand acres being fueled by dry and hot conditions nasa says the fire is so large that a smoke plume can be seen from space croatia advancing to the world cup final for the first time beating two to one an extra time croatia will face france i'm michael toscano your business news delivered the way you like it saudi.

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"But nato summit at home and abroad i'm michael toscano restless congressional republicans today trying to rein in president trump a bit with the senate passing a binding resolution eighty eight to eleven giving them more to say in how tariffs are used several gop leaders also taking the time to support nato being sharply criticized at the brussels summit by president trump and that includes house speaker paul ryan nato's indispensable it's as important today as it ever has been trump started his day at the summit where the tents breakfast meeting with nato secretary general jens stoltenberg telling him he wants nato members to pay four percent of their economies worth for defense stoltenberg brushing that off be committed to the pledge increasing defense spending to two percent let's start with that ben trump blasted germany germany is totally controlled by russia because they will get it from sixty to seventy percent of their energy from russia had a new pipeline trump got his facts wrong there and his comments roused the ire of german chancellor angela merkel the second largest donor of troops we put most of our military into the service of nato and are strongly committed enough ghanistan where we also defend the interests of the united states of america translator markle's interpreter stocks closed sharply lower today on fears of a trade war being sparked by the trump tariffs president trump today threatening new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese products in china threatening to hit back equally hard the dow jones four day positive streak was halted closing down two hundred nineteen points the nasdaq fell forty three points and the sp five hundred declined twenty crews in northern nevada are battling the largest wildfire in the country the martin fire burning over four hundred thirty thousand acres being fueled by dry and hot conditions nasa says the fire is so large that a smoke plume can be seen from space croatia advancing to the world cup final for the first time beating england two to one an extra time croatia.

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Cumulus station but nato summit at home and abroad i'm michael toscano restless congressional republicans today trying to rein in president trump a bit with the senate passing a binding resolution eighty eight to eleven giving them more to say in how tariffs are used several gop leaders also taking the time to support nato being sharply criticized at the brussels summit by president trump and that includes house speaker paul ryan nato's indispensable it's as important today as it ever has been trump started his day at the summit where the tents breakfast meeting with nato secretary general jens stoltenberg telling him he wants nato members to pay four percent of their economies worth for defense stoltenberg brushing that off be committed to the pledge in greece in defense benicio percent let's start with that ben trump blasted germany germany is totally controlled by russia because they will get it from sixty to seventy percent of their energy from russia trump got his facts wrong there and his comments roused the ire of german chancellor angela merkel we are the second largest donor of troops we put most of our military abilities into the service of nato and we are strongly committed enough ghanistan where we also defend the interests of the united states of america chancellor merkel's interpreter stocks closed sharply lower today on fears of a trade war being sparked by the trump tariffs president trump today threatening new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese products in china threatening to hit back equally hard the dow jones four day positive streak was halted closing down two hundred nineteen points the nasdaq fell forty three points and the sp five hundred declined twenty crews in northern nevada are battling the largest wildfire in the country the martin fire burning over four hundred thirty thousand acres being fueled by dry and hot conditions nasa says the fire is so large that a smoke plume can be seen from space croatia advancing to the world cup final for the first time beating two to one an extra time for away sure will face france i'm michael toscano go solar ks epo traffic is sponsored by the ticket clinic a wreck on eighty westbound at powell street vehicles there are in the gore point disabled vehicle.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens president trump is praising the leaders of north and south korea for their historic meeting on friday trump says he's looking forward to his own gathering with the north's leader kim jong own at a still undetermined location to be held in late may or early june until ben trump says the united states will continue its campaign of maximum pressure to get north korea to abandon its nuclear and missile programs a federal judge dismissed a federal lawsuit by former trump campaign manager paul manafort the lawsuit challenged the special counsels authority in the russia investigation npr's ryan lucas says the judge says that manafort can address those concerns as part of the ongoing criminal case metaphor filed a civil lawsuit in january against the justice department and special counsel robert muller alleging that muller had exceeded his authority by probably matters unrelated to the two thousand sixteen election manafort's lawyers later scaled back those claims and have since asked the court to protect manafort from future prosecutions by the special counsel the justice department has called the lawsuit frivolous and asterik be dismissed in her twenty four page ruling judge amy berman jackson did just that throwing out manafort civil case and declaring that his concerns about the special counsel's investigation will be taken up in the ongoing criminal case manafort has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy money laundering and other charges ryan lucas npr news washington a federal appeals court isn't holding the voter id law in texas as matt largely of member station k u t reports from austin the ruling keeps the law in place for the upcoming midterm elections texas lawmakers i passed a law requiring voters to show a photo id at the polls back in twenty eleven federal courts have struck it down twice saying the law discriminates against minority voters suppressing turnout particularly among hispanic voters but last year state lawmakers amended the law allowing voters without a photo id to cast a ballot if they had signed a statement saying.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

Judge dismisses Paul Manafort's civil suit challenging special counsel

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens president trump is praising the leaders of north and south korea for their historic meeting on friday trump says he's looking forward to his own gathering with the north's leader kim jong own at a still undetermined location to be held in late may or early june until ben trump says the united states will continue its campaign of maximum pressure to get north korea to abandon its nuclear and missile programs a federal judge dismissed a federal lawsuit by former trump campaign manager paul manafort the lawsuit challenged the special counsels authority in the russia investigation npr's ryan lucas says the judge says that manafort can address those concerns as part of the ongoing criminal case metaphor filed a civil lawsuit in january against the justice department and special counsel robert muller alleging that muller had exceeded his authority by probably matters unrelated to the two thousand sixteen election manafort's lawyers later scaled back those claims and have since asked the court to protect manafort from future prosecutions by the special counsel the justice department has called the lawsuit frivolous and asterik be dismissed in her twenty four page ruling judge amy berman jackson did just that throwing out manafort civil case and declaring that his concerns about the special counsel's investigation will be taken up in the ongoing criminal case manafort has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy money laundering and other charges ryan lucas npr news washington a federal appeals court isn't holding the voter id law in texas as matt largely of member station k u t reports from austin the ruling keeps the law in place for the upcoming midterm elections texas lawmakers i passed a law requiring voters to show a photo id at the polls back in twenty eleven federal courts have struck it down twice saying the law discriminates against minority voters suppressing turnout particularly among hispanic voters but last year state lawmakers amended the law allowing voters without a photo id to cast a ballot if they had signed a statement saying.

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NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst president trump dismissed the value of negotiating with north korea his secretary of state had said there were channels of communication open between washington and pyongyang but as empires colin dwyer reports it didn't take long before trump threw cold water on those talks jost about 24 hours dots how long the pause in the war of words lasted on a visit to beijing secretary of state rex tillerson told reporters that us diplomats were speaking with north korea he said everyone would like to see tensions calmed down ben trump tweeted and a series of tweets the president said tillerson was wasting his time trying to negotiate with quote little rock at man apparently referring to kim jonghoon savior energy rex trump tweeted we'll do what has to be done trump's comments come roughly a month after north korea conducted its sixth nuclear test and its first since trump took office colin dwyer npr news as aides slowly arrives in puerto rico distribution is now a problem many of the island's roads were damaged but fema director brock long says food and water is getting out to the people we had to set up a foundational baseline capability to be able to get you know commodities to jurisdictions in many cases the mayors are stepping up and driving in to get their commodities in going back and governor ricardo were ceo says fuel is coming to we expect the that we will get four three hundred thousand barrels of easel by today hundred thousand gasoline next couple of days over host who calls to half a million barrels of these om willful million of gasoline so the flows calming a gasoline is is getting here nearly two thousand military personnel arrived on the island this weekend and a military medical ship is on route.

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WLAC

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on WLAC

"The economic guy he is a liberal democrat and he's trump's economic advisor and don't ask me how he's there i would guess jared kushner uh showed ben trump on her nauseam as a goldman sachs guy no trump knows these new york people but he's a liberal democrat and he's the guy you're the tumor suppressor whoa gert cohen was guru director coal considering all the way in which we may be involved in repair yes so an hour ago politicos says top white house aide seeks to clarify us stance and paris what did clarify we were out of it trump has announced it twice there was an announcement and there was an actual maneuver we actually signed some thing that took us out of it obama and put us in it we actually signed to remove ourselves from it i thought it was a done deal now all of a sudden this thing bubbled up to the surface again and here's what the politico says during a breakfast meeting in new york city on the sidelines of the united nations general assembly white house national economic council director gary cohn sought to clarify the us stance after report the trump administration plan to remain in the paris they all sparked some confusion director cohen told about a dozen international energy ministers that the us was prepared to withdraw i thought we already have if it doesn't secure better terms i thought we weren't trying to get bad thought we had pulled out of this this is according a to people present at the meeting who asked for anonymity to discuss the private meeting the sources added that director corn offered few details on what precisely the us once but he stressed the administration wants to continuing gauging with other countries on energy and climate issues broadly we are withdrawing and we made that as clear as it can be i don't know how to say it any more clearly that's what i fought folks cohen said that according to a third person we are withdrawing hits clear they're negotiating it's clear that trying to get it's clear they wanna to this thing this thing i'm gonna tell you what it is it's nothing it doesn't commit anybody anything it's nothing but a and it's a bunch of pages of nothing it's it's the.

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KTRH

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on KTRH

"Ideologically yet grant ben trump he buried in a wind wet typical republican foreign policy establishment ban annan someone you really embrace the america earth more isolated a foreign policy that president trump wade out during the campaign that a lot of complications than those complicated he could get the aggravated by north korea on like the fact that eight character actor might be print fighting orderly get frank and account pulpit trump then bannon and dough kind of and who'd been twoway thing with high conflict on holding could make the situation difficult for president trump when it comes to making we're speaking with sarah westwood white house correspondent at the washington examiner how about the potential here for tough talk of north korea helping approval ratings potentially bennett a little bit of a thin kuwait to you the conflict but certainly hope the rally around the flag affect something that hit directly had occurred when president confront international cowan bate the bomb konare approval rating president trump i won when he authorized them mikko dragon area on april out there president notably president george w bush had ignificant game in their approval rating when they you authorized an carry out military action because boater eat them then it their commander in chief and turmoil and on thirty voters have attended eat hugh rally around the president pregnant approval rating that you know are kind of a bit more right now no batted wind potential odd tied to the other buried dreary that wait ten up the white house could be looking forward to doing sarah sarah westwood white house correspondent at the washington.

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WLOB

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on WLOB

"Any of those ben trump's got nothing to worry about any ought to move on and just be president do his job not go crazy or will muller and of fire muller and exploring whether it can pardon himself in his children a as a lot of stuff that is way i heard around the way he's reacting to those by and uh i read everything i can get my met saw and i i know trump of known trump i first batum july four maintain eighty three at meetings with them i interviewed him for news facts tv five years ago well i've been around trump oba and what to oil it's been said about trump job is that that he and this is just what's been reported i i not browsing either way poor that after he got into financial trouble in atlantic city couldn't borrow money any more from american faction was credit rating was bad and he started borrowing money from russian bags and that he got in what these russians let's just 25 years ago story in the early 90s and he's been in will ever sense as business partners and the line i always users if you live down with russian dogs you're gonna get up with russian leaves and he's got a watt russian lease on an and the question is have these fleas in any way been used to help the campaign influence ham has put activated these pleased to exert any pressure any blackmail on trump we don't know any of those of whitest investigations along going well we certainly don't know any of that obviously a again uh in the era of stalin it could be safely said that anything that you dealt with with the russians you were dealing with the kremlin uh in this day and age of what amounts to was essentially uh o wild west full contact capitalism mobs two capitalism over there in which certainly uh vladimir putin is an authoritarian figure but i'm not sure that he's necessarily one its in charge of of everything certainly not to the extent of his hero joe stalin so i'm not sure that russian connections per se necessarily mean that uh trump uh the putin has them uh by the short ones where now we don't know and i think that's why this investigation by mowers going on if there's nothing there trump has nothing to worry about more.

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KHNR 690AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"ben trump" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Ellen blade and lay he what we've got here is faye ear okay following has been rated pc for politically correct attention to dissuade it does say larry elder the larry over here that save from south central the print the bill union ana said the great held earthy domo enzo welcome to the program that allowed because we got accredited they guaranteed no goes triple eight nine seven one s eight eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three oj simpson may be free we're going to revisit the famous johnnie cochran closing argument also bernie sanders insists that sweden is a socialist paradise we've been trying to talk about how sweden gut wealthy and it didn't get wealthy the bernie sanders way all of that coming up in the last hour we're talking about this impeachment talk and j secular who's the pit dog lawyer that donald trump was hired did his round on the sunday chat shows in raised i think perfectly legitimate and very uncomfortable question and that is why isn't there an fbi investigation hillary clinton the dnc and ukraine now last hour we talked about the the fact that janet reno did not appoint an independent counsel to investigate china gate even though the head of the fbi louis freeh said if there's any reason for an independent counsel it is this reason get janet reno did not do it here's what j secular said about the failure of an investigation of the connection between the hurricane pain and ukraine ben trump's legal team j good to see was always a this week a number of the executives expressed disappointment after reading the emails from donald trump jr in which he expressed glee at the prospect of getting dirt and hillary clinton from what he thought would be a russian government this is what charles krauthammer conservative columnist had the say quote the russia scandal has entered a new phase and there's no going back this is not here say not fake news not unsourced leaks what donald junior and chris perry manafort did may not be criminal but it but it is not merely stupid it is also deeply wong a fundamental violation of any code of civic honor are you willing to acknowledge that regardless of the legality here this i was.

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