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"biden warren" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"biden warren" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Is going to win? That is a different thing than the second vote. When these super delegates are set free. Those are rules. That now Bernie helped set the rule. That rule is something the Bernie helps set so he really has no complaint and you didn't hear him really pulling the I've been I've been it's been rigged routine this time so this is now a two person fight. This is now Bernie and Biden Warren. What she's not she still says she's not pulling out. Jeremy was saying last night. The God came was saying last night that he feels that warrant is such a phony leftist that if she pulls out for votes will not necessarily go to Bernie. They'll go to buy. That's another one. I don't know she's been playing a leftist. I don't think people are all that subtle. I think she's been playing left us on TV. I think some of her votes are definitely going to go to Bernie. It's just it's just hard to say but really until dark course enters the race. Which may happen. This is a two person battle now and it is going to be a big one. They are going to fight it to the finish. That is one thing we can almost guarantee all right. It's time for me to do a fair way. Meet ad and what I want you to do here is. They've been telling me that every time I do this ad. I say the word meat a lot. I want you to count how many times I say meat and then put it in the comments section. Let's see if you can keep count of this. We wanted. I wanted to get a machine that would count how many times I said meet. But we're going to use you count. How many times I say meet in a fair way? Meet at a fair we meet market ADS and the reason. I want you to get the fairway. Meat is not because it is great meat for you is because if I can keep them as a sponsor they will send great me too me because they want me to sample it and say how great it is so you have to get the fairway meet in order for me to get the fairway me so get the fairway meat..

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Bernie Sanders Nevada Win Puts Him IN Front Runner Status

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Bernie Sanders Nevada Win Puts Him IN Front Runner Status

"A big win this weekend has cemented Bernie Sanders front runner status for the democratic nomination CBS news correspondent Laura Podesta with the wrap up now of the Nevada caucuses where the candidates stand Bernie Sanders and dominated among several key demographics including young voters and Latino voters all he took more than forty seven percent of the vote former vice president Joe Biden landed second with around twenty percent followed by people who judge Elizabeth Warren Tom's tire in Amy clover shark Sanders victory in Nevada helped widen his delegate leads is now up to thirty eight followed by booting judge Biden Warren and clover

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5 takeaways from the New Hampshire Democratic primary

Justice and Drew

08:16 min | 7 months ago

5 takeaways from the New Hampshire Democratic primary

"Here to provide us with all the clarity we need to break down what happened in New Hampshire and to tell us who is going to eventually get the nomination for the Democrats in twenty twenty good morning Jessica like good morning it's going to be Mike Bloomberg are you being serious right now on the hunter river all right all right now that there's been this worked out better than I could have hoped explain yourself just Kelly Warner money matters people love to say that all we need to get the money out of politics as far as high quality Superbowl ad that's expensive he's paying for social media influence in eventually what you're seeing now is because all the candidates stock that's why every candidate has had a moment then the thought all I did now put it you can now with the clover charm that allowed about fifty all the way on down they all have a corporate because there is there is a pic of front runner they find out that the stock in a football your denture the Bloomberg is going to get looked at and he's gonna get look at heart and he has bought so much power in influence with Democrats across the nation he's going to be the nominee all right let's throw in some variables here okay first off we had listening in on early this morning this morning aren't you spokesperson if you missed it listen to the I heart radio app in the seven o'clock hour she made a really interesting point about Bloomberg and she said that the fact that he hasn't been out on the campaign trail that is not going to sit well with voters so before you answer sort of that do you think it it all rests on super Tuesday so do you think that he first off do you think that he needs a good showing on super Tuesday in order to become viable into what do you think about what Liz Harrington said about the fact that he hasn't been out on the campaign trail he's just been buying ads and that will be a turn off the voters well there's no question he needs a good super Tuesday showing in that but I'd be we heard that rumor is she was she got in that was his plan all along obviously getting out of New Hampshire and Iowa you would go work for super Tuesday he's that's why he's buying up all the ads is buying heavy bass heavy adds that all the super Tuesday states that want to vote polite when you shake their hand this is such a lie that you have to go to every juror water pancake breakfast out there and hang out with the commies every single morning people love people world the liberties people love the guy who's on television why you think trump is the popular do you think trump is going to be a pancake breakfast no he's a billionaire who flew in on his truck pointed that out rich folk for me and everybody says okay I'm looking at the calendar right so in the end I get in Illinois to get looking at the calendar accountable Sir is your point so you've got the twenty second next Saturday is the business of that a caucus and I don't I think that a car is going to be another mess it's a caucus for one to living there using an app again three the the campaigns have some staff on the ground but it's certainly not a place they've been spending all their time so I don't think it's going to shake things up to too much and then and then you are looking at right is there anything in between between that to twenty second and March third I have no Carolina also South Carolina is in between that all right so South Carolina ends up being the other very well the only reason I bring that up is because I just can't help but wonder if in the next three weeks and South Carolina after Nevada if we see further clarity of individuals surrounding a particular candidate our it Bernie Sanders gains more momentum and that's the wildcard because of Bernie Sanders gains more momentum collects more delegates I can see you your work scenario but that's only if the Democrat party denies Bernie the nomination will believe me that part of my Bloomberg scenario okay I all proven otherwise the Democrat party will find a way to screw Bernie stand I believe Bernie Sanders is probably going to burn the nomination and I believe once again for the second person he's ever earned yeah we're going to find a way to screw out of it and it's not going to be booted said that it's not gonna last July Donald before done so that the Bernie fight blue bird races are going to be closed which are either she's gonna be chucking binder that somebody back in minutes so that the couple weeks this curious to get you your it what are you hearing about this you know cloakroom charge surge that's happening in a in a right now are well you know I'm always curious to hear from people outside of Minnesota their perception of our senator so the new with the rest of the day was shaky quote which are a all it has to do with this is the reason but if you could rise vehicles which are right because because the by ship is sinking and those voters have to go somewhere and so they're looking for the next quote moderate voice out there is nothing to do with her again everybody's going to get there fifteen minutes this is for fifteen minutes hers is going to be a lot shorter than that is she stock I guess my only pushed back on Bloomberg is that I'm I'm of the opinion that once you once you have once he officially enters right because I don't see him sort of being officially because he's not talked about during most of the commentary surrounding the the primary nice is he hasn't for these first for these first two I doubt now that is going to be any different but the way the Biden Warren have been have been have suffered in this I just I see Bloomberg once you begin to continue to unpack what he's actually about beyond that some of the twenty fifteen audio clips that have come out this week I just don't know if he carries the same kind of the you know the appeal that the democratic voters are looking for much like the way that Biden warned of kind of lost favor with them but Jeff why it just like in the Republican Party is long sure all of the legal immigration something like that at all and your strong illegal immigration people will fall in love with you conservatives will fall in love with you use it for everything else that you're stuck at Bloomberg is anti gun anything under climate change insanity that is the stuff for Democrats to fall in love with him if they think he's the one with the chance against trump if he had so much money if you don't work at night the effort to be current campaign if you look at the entire right here Bernie Sanders of the only two people actually running a presidential campaign the rest of them are flat out of bear one point we were good running a professional campaign you can hate that go grab a piece of crap that he did during the Superbowl all you want that would be well done and very professional but with great well done guys running a big week campaign any let everybody else you develop a live on these early stage to crystal clear you are once the Democrats are very prone of is letting the media sort of lead them around by the nose you know we oftentimes talk about how the media is an arm of the DNC but in a lot of cases it's not so much that the media is the arm of the DNC is that the Democrats are following along with the media wants them to do and I think in a big part of of becoming the nominee is winning over the media getting the media to like you who does the media like the best you reference that ruined early on when talking about Kamel Harris you know the media was so Gaga over her then it seemed like they were gonna help sort of clear the field and and get out of the get you know get everybody out of her way obviously that didn't happen but it still holds true that having you know being a candidate that the media likes is very very valuable on the Democrat side of of this argument and where I agree with you where are you at least give your theory some credence is that the media loves Michael Bloomberg they love it the cable news a Talking Heads adore him Hey Bernie Sanders and they hate Ernie Sanders a crap party unified every every Democrat politician used paper at log they are unified a kit for a standard which is going to take the next Bible guys who do you think could beat him they're going to fall major major in love with him because the verify the Bernie Sanders it's gonna get

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Warren's Organization Faces Second Test In New Hampshire

AM Joy

09:59 min | 8 months ago

Warren's Organization Faces Second Test In New Hampshire

"This is not a time to you. Say the lucid. This is a time to step up and when we see a big problem offer a big solution. I shouldn't have to fight for it. I'm not running a race that has been shaped by a bunch of consultants. I'm not offering a bunch of proposals that have been carefully designed not to offend big donors. I pass at stop sign a long time ago. Good morning we're incredible answer but we are just forty eight. Our primary those comments by Senator Elizabeth Warren which appear to be directed at people to judge underscore the frustration that many democratic women you are feeling at the sheer dismissal of Warren and the other women candidates by people who are getting pulled by some voters and yes by much of the media. I mean she does have a point because when you look at. The field of candidates took to the stage in New Hampshire this week. It's really hard to argue that the two strongest candidates representing the moderate and the progressive wings of the Party. You weren't the two women who shared the New York Times endorsement for President which was also weird namely Senators Warrant and eight which are so. Why is it that the female candidates hates who come to the table with experience? Actual plans are not gaining as much traction as their male counterparts. CNN poll leading up to the debate underscores the point all all three women candidates who remain in the Race Elizabeth Warren Amy Klobuchar and Tulsa Gabbard our polling below ten percent among New Hampshire voters. We're now learning from the Boston Globe. WBZ tracking poll. That is the only female candidate who benefited with a three point. Bump from Friday night's debate and that apparent excitement helped her. The campaign raised two point. Five million dollars since the debate. No Word Yet from the Warren campaign of any fundraising updates with New Hampshire almost in the rear view mirror. What does that mean if anything as Democrats headed to more diverse states like Nevada and South Carolina at the end of the month have Democrats writ large decided that they try to woman candidate and and it didn't work and so now it's a man only game or is gender just not a factor in how Democratic voters are choosing their candidate? Joining me now. Is James pendle political reporter for the Boston Globe. Kimberly Atkins MSNBC CONTRIBUTOR and senior Washington correspondent for Wvu are and Beth who's MSNBC senior politics editor the senior politics editor. Thank you guys for being here. James Start with you. It does seem like women are doing well in terms of presenting plans branding themselves. They can do candidates but not doing well in the polls what. What can we read into that here in New Hampshire well clearly right now is on on the upswing after that debate performance when it comes to Elizabeth Warren her fall remember? She had a huge rise. She was leading in Iowa and New Hampshire for about two months in in the fall. It's not like it didn't happen. Her her fall has been confounding. A lot of people want to tie it to the Medicare for all there may be something else going on. What is very interesting to me all week? It's been looking at this question of gender because in New Hampshire more than any other state probably in the country it has a tradition of electing women. The office it was the first state in United States history that had a full female delegation to Washington. Is You know the senior senator from this state. Jeanne Shaheen choose the first woman in American history to serve both as a female as governor Senator and the second is the other senator from the name of Your magazine and so I've been curious where is is gender going to play. I talked to a lot of women. Here who really really want a woman nominee and they were confused about where exactly they should go Warren was not that obvious. Choice in the end this campaign and I think that probably is a factor in if I played this game but it is a factor any any Cobra Shar for example. Clarity Iowa she was clearly the story. She was clearly out of the race because she wasn't Warren. Obviously I do think would be doing a lot better here in Nisa the thinking that a lot of people have this. I'm going to go to cut three just for my producers that this is this is what a lot of women here would hear men talking about women candidates in general. This is our colleague. Donny Deutsch sharking on morning. Joe About warned on Friday. Take it with her. Is it certain. There's a certain strident to her. That do we want to invite her in to our bedrooms in our living rooms every day for four years. I think she has the same issue burning as I don't think it's a gender issue. I think it's a likeability issue and you know I think we have to be careful. I think an amazing woman would be a great antidote to John's point earlier a different definition of strength. If you weld strength the strength but in a different way but I I don't think Elizabeth Warren problem has been that. She's a would the likable thing. Right I don't get it because she actually reminds reminds me of all the other soccer MOMS on ice to soccer mom. She actually seemed quite likable to me. I don't get that but that is the thing that's hung on her. It's very gendered critique because Bernie Sanders and she if you compare them which one is sort of more invite him to dinner. I don't know but I'm not sure that she loses that fight but she is losing the fight for the to being the lead in the progressive wing the messaging of it is hurting her. Absolutely if you talk to Democrats they say that they like Elizabeth Warren. She's not unlikable. That doesn't bear out when you speak to voters and it doesn't bear out in the police now. Some of them say well. I like her a lot. I'm not sure she's my first choice. That's a different things. Yeah that's not the thing that's being hung on her. What is happening is just you have a structured race and she'd have to pull from other people and so far the other candidates that she might pull from someone like Joe Biden is getting those votes if they are being pulled their pulled? Oh by people to judge I think that is the known factor that that wasn't anticipated. I think right now we also have to remember. I know we talked about this. A Lot. More here in New Hampshire Iowa New Hampshire or a tiny part of the electorate it right now the name of the game. It's having enough money to stay in this for the next several contests a month from now. This race will look entirely different as it moves onto Nevada and South Carolina Super Tuesday. And so. That's what the Amy Klobuchar fundraising number was so important. If she can stay in it. Yeah you don't know what comes after Biden can only go up. Big Question is what happens to warns. Yeah absolutely and do they have to keep going supposed to Super Tuesday. Has Like one hundred thousand states in California. Don't Walsh Pals at my pal wrote a piece in the nation about the ratio worn and she writes the following from the moment cable network switched from her caucus night. Rally speech to Biden's Warren has been virtually erased as the fight for first replace continues into Thursday. I've watched Cable News and Cable News Channels mentioned Warren only in passing if at all MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell had been one exception featuring during an interview with Warren Wednesday night and Thursday. She was hosted by Chris. So there is a meeting it back to the other side of that. Media factor is advertising. So whenever I go to a city you you know in these elections. I watch a lot of local news and there are a lot of advertising in from Tulsi Gabbard. Who all over TV? I didn't see a lot of advertising Elizabeth Warren. So she's not getting the free we media out of cable news coverage and she's not getting paid media a lot of it at least from what I saw in New Hampshire so far. So is this a media problem as much as it is messaging problem. You know what I think about when I'm here in New Hampshire is in two thousand eight. When Barack Obama came out of Iowa with this huge head of steam and he seemed to be steamrollering to the nomination? We've got to New Hampshire. They headed debate. That was what Barack Obama said to Hillary. Clinton you're likable enough. Hillary speaking of likeable and two days later she shocked everyone including including the media and beat him in New Hampshire and set off that cage match to the very end with Iraq Obama. was you know one for the history books. So the whole issue of women and likeability has played out here in very very prominent ways. And we're seeing at once again in New Hampshire on the question that Johnny brought up that you addressed. So here's the thing. Is it an issue of ability polity. We're just an issue in New Hampshire and everywhere else of people being terrified to nominate the wrong candidate. Everyone wants to be president trump. They're looking at this field. They're not sure who the right candidate is do that. That's why we've seen this kind of muddled factor and Elizabeth Warren probably there is a fear that because Hillary Clinton Twenty sixteen did not beat president trump even though everybody expected affected her to was it. A factor of gender and is it wrong is not the best idea to a nominate a woman. That's a woman did not beat him last time. I think that is one of those things that people. We're trying to consider when you're looking at this large field. Everyone's being a pundit New Hampshire two thousand eight race because that was also raised a talked about how you lose being able to be how you win because remember on the one hand for Hillary Clinton. She had that moment where she teared up the day before Mary she's likable again. Sort of acting. Additionally Women Leeway but Barack Doc Obama's yes we can speech was his losing speech in New Hampshire it ended up rocketing him forward because yes we can then became the defacto theme of the campaign so it it could be that one of the people who is an also ran in New Hampshire. Can you almost lose to win. That's right that's saying I mean the role that Particularly the role that women play in the state and the crying thing from Hillary was about gender was about how do everyday as a woman how you get up as a woman. It was a huge moment for her obviously led to that major comeback. One thing. That's interesting about these comebacks. Is that this with Warren is set up for one. She set up for when here but she's not even talking about that and she's not out there. Earning it and nor is by the way Joe Biden right out there earning at the same time we talk about Joe Biden because he's an in an awkward position where he's he's pulling you the third or fourth and he really needs to win but I want to get to before he could tell you. WanNa talk to amy because she you know the audience that we had that was in studio for us or in Studio and what we call or studio the other part of this building that was watching it was pretty unanimous that she had the best debate does she had the strongest performance.

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Trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front-runner breakout

This Morning with Gordon Deal

03:41 min | 8 months ago

Trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front-runner breakout

"As six Democrats battled each other on the presidential debate stage last night they were also battling president trump for publicity Mr trump held a keep America great rally in Milwaukee about three hundred seventy five miles away from his rivals in des Moines Iowa the last election was so bored I don't know maybe the most important ever but it was so important I really believe that this election may be in its own way will be just as important rob Crilly meanwhile White House correspondent at the Washington examiner says it was a deliberate piece of scheduling by the trump twenty twenty campaign rob what's up here as we know there is a master of puppets she and the dominating and time so the campaign is weapon icing is Riley appearances to in a number of ways in the one that was saying at the moment is that justice the democratic primary race which is the crucial stages we got a ramping up but the tramp trump campaign I'm we have Riley's now that are hi Rick the time by design to conflict on the TV set yours with that the democratic debates so we have a situation that I've spoken to a number of trump campaign inside if you say that it's very much the aim and that the like how well it's working but the aim is very much to you dominate the headlines prevent people talking about the democratic candidates night so battleground states will be the focus I would imagine in the coming months so we we've seen trump in a in Ohio Pennsylvania Wisconsin it's very clear which of the states that president trump needs to win one prediction that was made to me a while ago by a veteran of the twenty sixteen campaign that we could even see president trump running some rallies in the early primary states snicker could we see trump is up in New Hampshire and IRA I was very to staff think about that you may come across six candidates such a real I'm not a hold of the purchaser serenity getting up in the growth of the democratic candidates I so is it a two pronged approach or strategy here in that the trump campaign is trying to prevent a breakout Democrat front runner while also just generating publicity or is that what it says either I mean number one these Roddy's occurred for trump on tape weaponized these in a way that allows them to collect data or people going to the rally to the idea of turning supporters festival interfaces and then into politics so the Riley says they're reading list but what we have at the moment with these rallies and then you combine it with all the headlines will be forty attention is being given to impeachment and she the Iran crisis last week he just simply thank half the column inches or the space to be discussing at length the the pros and cons of the the different democratic candidate six campaign insiders really believe that this strategy has resulted in the fact that we have so many candidates in this race for the nomination we have a nice clear front lawn the house that the bidens Warren's besonders which churches of all on very similar only not but say it's been very difficult but the trump supporters thanks for any one of these candidates to capture the public imagination Wall president trump is still dominating the headlines speak with rob Crilly White House correspondent at the Washington examiner his pieces called trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front

Trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front-runner breakout

This Morning with Gordon Deal

03:41 min | 8 months ago

Trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front-runner breakout

"As six Democrats battled each other on the presidential debate stage last night they were also battling president trump for publicity Mr trump held a keep America great rally in Milwaukee about three hundred seventy five miles away from his rivals in des Moines Iowa the last election was so bored I don't know maybe the most important ever but it was so important I really believe that this election may be in its own way will be just as important rob Crilly meanwhile White House correspondent at the Washington examiner says it was a deliberate piece of scheduling by the trump twenty twenty campaign rob what's up here as we know there is a master of puppets she and the dominating and time so the campaign is weapon icing is Riley appearances to in a number of ways in the one that was saying at the moment is that justice the democratic primary race which is the crucial stages we got a ramping up but the tramp trump campaign I'm we have Riley's now that are hi Rick the time by design to conflict on the TV set yours with that the democratic debates so we have a situation that I've spoken to a number of trump campaign inside if you say that it's very much the aim and that the like how well it's working but the aim is very much to you dominate the headlines prevent people talking about the democratic candidates night so battleground states will be the focus I would imagine in the coming months so we we've seen trump in a in Ohio Pennsylvania Wisconsin it's very clear which of the states that president trump needs to win one prediction that was made to me a while ago by a veteran of the twenty sixteen campaign that we could even see president trump running some rallies in the early primary states snicker could we see trump is up in New Hampshire and IRA I was very to staff think about that you may come across six candidates such a real I'm not a hold of the purchaser serenity getting up in the growth of the democratic candidates I so is it a two pronged approach or strategy here in that the trump campaign is trying to prevent a breakout Democrat front runner while also just generating publicity or is that what it says either I mean number one these Roddy's occurred for trump on tape weaponized these in a way that allows them to collect data or people going to the rally to the idea of turning supporters festival interfaces and then into politics so the Riley says they're reading list but what we have at the moment with these rallies and then you combine it with all the headlines will be forty attention is being given to impeachment and she the Iran crisis last week he just simply thank half the column inches or the space to be discussing at length the the pros and cons of the the different democratic candidate six campaign insiders really believe that this strategy has resulted in the fact that we have so many candidates in this race for the nomination we have a nice clear front lawn the house that the bidens Warren's besonders which churches of all on very similar only not but say it's been very difficult but the trump supporters thanks for any one of these candidates to capture the public imagination Wall president trump is still dominating the headlines speak with rob Crilly White House correspondent at the Washington examiner his pieces called trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front

"biden warren" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:23 min | 9 months ago

"biden warren" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The debate was Sanders Biden Warren and budget still in the forefront we're talk a little bit more about tomorrow's event we're going to turn to the KCBS ring central Newsline and speak with politicos campaign reporters act multilateral Zach before we talk debate Cory Booker had not qualified for the debate tomorrow he dropped out earlier today are you surprised on the timing of this maybe the exact day him you never really can down exactly when public rock out but the writing has unfortunately been on the wall for senator poker for a little bit he had packed you continually Calpine rate the to stay in the race not only were pushed about what he said push them out you know he would broadly popular among democratic voters voters didn't really picking at their first choice and that means that you just really could not fun right to keep a strong campaign going at the end of according to a number of polls Bernie Sanders is having a little bit of a search here in Iowa what's going on behind that yeah you know it just as you get closer and closer boaters continually changing their mind I I would say right now there's no clear leader in Iowa today can I fax environment a six point lead and I compared to a poll last week that had us understand up by a couple of points the right now it's really back top wording of people to judge Elizabeth Warren very standard Joe Biden all within spitting distance of each other the best way to look at it is that anyone before then could quote unquote win Iowa and winning Iowa conditioning could literally be getting a couple thousand more about and second place the eight right now look like it could be a quite close election going into Iowa so what do you expect on the debate stage tomorrow night or anything you know this past weekend it's been kind of been marked by a Republican our water violence with Lauren and Bernie Sanders have fighting with each other with something they have avoided doing up politico reported earlier this weekend that a script for standard bomb here is no encourage standard volunteered to kind of their downplay Elizabeth Warren buffet she's not really cold in the party Warren thank you disappointed by that and Bernie Sanders right the up that way from that and then you see more for the past couple days have you can't kind of fighting at each other and will that carry over Mar they've been closed allies five along your goal recording their actual needs friends the world I carry on tomorrow and then how will you know Bernie Sanders pick apart Joe Biden attacked a little bit more telegraph that better standards really wants what Joe Biden and knocked down a peg why what we've been talking about the top four senators Biden warned booted judge a one candidate who will not be there at that debate is Michael Bloomberg and by number of polls he's right behind at number five yeah mayor Bloomberg won't be there because he won't accept contributions to get on the debate stage you have to call what level of which Bloomberg easily surpass your thoughts of donations from two hundred twenty five thousand people like a lot of people and Michael Bloomberg has never accepted a political contribution and his wife you'd always self funded campaign on willing to do that but keep them off stage he said for his part that you would of course participate if allowed to but you gotta take donations do you sell that kind of king some of his day opponents with using the running eight imperial campaign kind of floating above the field about engaging with anybody not defending his idea the record that may change going forward to future debates may have a route that you get in without accepting contributions the Bloomberg won't be that he's probably okay with thanks for your time we appreciate it thank politicos campaign reporter Zach multilateral.

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Democratic presidential candidates Sanders, Biden, Warren, Buttigieg release fundraising totals for 2019

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Democratic presidential candidates Sanders, Biden, Warren, Buttigieg release fundraising totals for 2019

"The top democratic presidential candidates are releasing their fundraising numbers Bernie Sanders says he raised more than thirty four and a half a million dollars in last year's final three months Pete booted judge had earlier reported raising nearly twenty five million and businessman injury Yang says he collected sixteen and a half million all our strong total suggesting the Democrats could have a long flight for the nomination at a time when some party supporters want to see a more clear front runner emerge a month before the Iowa caucuses begin all Democrats may need as much cash as they can get the trump reelection campaigns as it raised forty six million dollars in the fourth quarter Sager met Connie Washington

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Democratic presidential candidates Sanders, Biden, Warren, Buttigieg release fundraising totals for 2019

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Democratic presidential candidates Sanders, Biden, Warren, Buttigieg release fundraising totals for 2019

"The top democratic presidential candidates are releasing their fundraising numbers Bernie Sanders says he raised more than thirty four and a half a million dollars in last year's final three months Pete booted judge had earlier reported raising nearly twenty five million and businessman injury Yang says he collected sixteen and a half million all our strong total suggesting the Democrats could have a long flight for the nomination at a time when some party supporters want to see a more clear front runner emerge a month before the Iowa caucuses begin all Democrats may need as much cash as they can get the trump reelection campaigns as it raised forty six million dollars in the fourth quarter Sager met Connie

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Candidates flock to Atlanta ahead of Democratic debate

First Light

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Candidates flock to Atlanta ahead of Democratic debate

"And landed the venue for the latest democratic presidential debate where people to judge leading some polls in the Iowa caucus campaign but surveys indicate he still failing to connect with minority voters nationwide there are two new comers to the race who will not be on the debate stage former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg the other front runners Biden Warren and Sanders all struggling to show that if they win the nomination they can beat president

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Bloomberg to appear on U.S. presidential ballot in Texas

Orlando's Morning News

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Bloomberg to appear on U.S. presidential ballot in Texas

"There are two new comers to the race who will not be on the debate stage former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg the other front runners Biden Warren and Sanders all struggling to show that if they win the nomination they can be president trump course will have a complete wrap up for you tomorrow on early this

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"biden warren" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"biden warren" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

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Michael Bloomberg qualifies for Democratic primary ballot in Alabama

The Forecast with Harry Enten

03:55 min | 11 months ago

Michael Bloomberg qualifies for Democratic primary ballot in Alabama

"Well folks if you thought. The Democratic primary field wasn't crowded enough billionaire businessman. Michael Bloomberg is on the case at. They're saying in March that he wouldn't run for president. The former New York York City mayor is apparently backtracking and preparing a run for twenty twenty bid according to a spokesman Bloomberg is expected to file the necessary paperwork to get on the Democratic primary ballot in in Alabama by the Friday deadline. Kate is not able to join us but we do have John Avalon with us by phone. John what's your first thought Ari. Well we're both New Yorkers. We know that Mike Bloomberg is flirted with running with the presidency. Probably a half dozen times over the past decade. This had been rumored There was a sense that he was dissatisfied with his decision. Not to get in. He saw Tom Star. Get on the ballot. Make the debate stage and I think it dovetails tails with something that you and I have discussed Kate. which is there may be a slot open for the Biden backup Centrist candidate who can win a general If Biden were to say there has been no major catastrophic flame out for Biden but other centrist candidates have really failed to rise. And so you see that top tier You know looking like Biden Warren Zander's And so a lot of national DEMOCRATS HAVE BEEN CONCERNED WAR Warren Sanders could lose to donald trump and Buddha judges just an unknown quantity. This is really Bloomberg leaving an option open By making sure he's on the ballot in the first State Alabama. This is not an officially getting in yet. It's keeping options open. And he's got fifty billion dollars to do that with so you shouldn't count them out no matter what your politics yeah. I think that's right. You know he hasn't gotten the race yet. He's merely just filing again in Alabama. Obviously the New Hampshire. I'm sure that lines coming up soon. And that I think will be a truer test right eventually. You either have to you know what or get off the pot and right now he's on that pot But we'll see whether or not he actually stays on it or gets off but I look I. I think there's a real question. I have John which is how much of this Bloomberg thing. And obviously there's there's been a media spike of interest with this. How much of this is merely the New York City media knowing Michael Bloomberg? He was the mayor here obviously for over a decade. How much is this? Just him being being in the back yard and therefore thinking highly of him versus sort of what the actual polls in the data says. I we know that. The Democratic Party is evenly evenly SPLIT BETWEEN MODERATES FLASH CONSERVATIVES AND LIBERALS LUSH very liberal Michael Bloomberg Certainly the centrist record in the context of New York City politics But the left's anger it even the notion he might get in a little odd given the fact that he's been the biggest funder for a lot of liberal causes particularly gun reform and climate change. I think the big question is Joe Biden who obviously occupies the lane. He would run in Has It demonstrated ability today to win over African Americans and working class voters. Mike Bloomberg's ability to do that is untested unknown and probably probably shouldn't be assumed to be an easy path. He is a billionaire from New York City then again so is Donald Trump and he successfully run as a conservative populist but the sheer volume of money if Mike Bloomberg gets in he and his team say they're going to spend a billion To to to be competitive in a primary in anything anything beyond that in a general so I don't think you can you can count them out And for those centrist and moderate and conservative Democrats. He'd be an appealing candidate. Can You bring the other broader coalition totally unknown. It's going to be a question of him. His record symptomless charismatic. You know ground Game politician amount of money can achieve almost anything

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National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary

Election Ride Home

02:25 min | 11 months ago

National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary

"A monmouth university national poll came out right before I recorded courted. This and it does not move the needle for any candidates trying to get into the November or December. DNC debates at the same time it does offer some support for the ongoing in media narrative of a three way race at the top as always margin of error. I was plus or minus five point three percent which is a little high because the overall sample size is a little low anyway. MONMOUTH is a well. Regarded pollster so here. We go reading from a summary of the poll in politico by Zach montemurro quote. The Democratic primary has no clear leader. A new national poll conducted by Monmouth University shows with former vice president. Joe Biden and Senators was with Warren and and Bernie Sanders locked in a tight race in the poll a full two-thirds of voters back one of the top three candidates Biden and Warren or each at twenty three percent support while Sanders is at twenty percent. No other candidate is in double digits. A clear dividing line between the top three candidates and the rest to the field South Bend Indiana Mayor P Buddha judge sits at nine percent senator. Kamala Harris has five percent and Senator Cory Booker and Andrew. Yang are at three percent each all. The other candidates are below that mark and quote all right. So there's that but the other key item from this poll has to do with electability has time marches ever closer to actual voting voters are taking a closer look at the candidates and trying to sort out whether they feel these people could win in general election weeding once more from politico quote Warren and Sanders. Were both able to close and electability gap in the minds of voters between themselves and Biden Democratic voters were asked to rate on a scale of one to ten A.. Candidates likelihood of defeating president. Donald Trump Biden's average score was seven point three while Warren's was seven point one and Sanders was seven point O. Biden's average score slightly decreased since a monmouth poll. We'll ask that question in June while both Warren and Sanders is score increased and quote so we have three candidates with pretty similar polling being very similar numbers and eighty nine days until the Iowa Caucus. So I'm beginning to think that a three way split coming out of Iowa is a pretty. Are you strong bet this

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Biden, Warren and Sanders top 3 national polls

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Biden, Warren and Sanders top 3 national polls

"Eight a new ABC news Washington post poll finds former vice president Joe Biden still on top in the national race for the democratic presidential nomination his Iowa support has softened somewhat naturally though twenty seven four Biden followed by Elizabeth warden of twenty one percent nineteen for Bernie Sanders Biden is taking issue with Warren over what he calls her implication that he was using Republican talking points to criticize her new plan to fund Medicare for all Biden telling ABC news we can argue like the devil about policy and I don't think we should be rise of folks who don't agree with you I somehow Republican or somehow fishing Republican line

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New Arizona poll shows Trump in dead heat with Biden, Warren

Dave Ramsey

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

New Arizona poll shows Trump in dead heat with Biden, Warren

"Arizona votes a new Emerson College poll of Arizona voters has the president's job approval number at forty five percent with forty four percent wanting impeachment in the new poll the president tied in potential match ups with Democrats Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren two point lead right now for the president over Bernie Sanders this is valid political experts stand Barnes political consultants and candidates supported by that money do believe the polls a lot of money will be spent in the presidential election and in the U. S. Senate race in Arizona and in the years of the Senate race the armor simple as democratic challenger mark Kelly forty six percent incumbent appointed Republican senator Martha makes only forty

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All eyes on Iowa — and Buttigieg

The Forecast with Harry Enten

06:18 min | 11 months ago

All eyes on Iowa — and Buttigieg

"First and foremost though the Iowa caucuses is about one hundred days out so for today's forecast we're gonNA focus their Harry how are the Democratic candidates ranking in that wonderful state of a wonderful Hawkeye state I do believe not the buckeyes state is some people sometimes call it why though high because it says I there's is there's Look here here's the key thing in Iowa that is so important and basically what you have is that bombarding and Warren at this particular time our hugged together in the low twenty s and this has been fairly consistent since August and what's important here about Iowa that really separates it out nationally is that Buddha judge can make the argument is in third place in Iowa he's somewhere in the low to mid teens right with Bernie Sanders and of course Iowa votes I so a Buddha judge could potentially win there and he may very well could because essentially at this point I would only say that Biden warned combined have somewhere between a fifty five and sixty percents of which leaves forty to forty five percent chance that one of those two won't win that could change the entire dynamic of the field you've spent so much time an Iowa John Please regale us with your stories from the trail may I was stories I prefer to New Hampshire first of all this is he's got a real eye opener reporters do because they're nicer in Iowa and the events are more spread out geographically in that means that I think that each voter actually gets more direct contact with the candidate So I think that the voters in Iowa have such a a a a serious decision process they go through when picking the candidates Biden and Warren bunched up though I mean I don't see that last thing all the way through well I I guess that's the real question right I mean it's been pretty steady since August but you know as Biden Warren have sort of gone after each other you know perhaps or at least Biden's gone after Warren more kind of stays in her own sorta lane there there's going to be this craving for this third alternative right aura fourth alternative and essentially you know if you were to look what is this most like a you know Steve Kornacki my dear friend that MS has said it remains and some of the two thousand four race right where you essentially Dean and Gephardt sort of up there and then you had carrying it where it's kind of a little bit back and then eventually people got the second a top two and then the third and fourth place people ended up finishing in first and second and so I'm not sure can last but at this point you know if you want the argument that worn is rising nationally which we could get to we will that's not the case in Iowa it's really not she has been steady around twenty on twenty two twenty three percent of the vote since the middle of August and Joe Biden who has either fallen or not nationally has been steady in Woah at about the same amount without an organization in without minority voters that's the key difference right that's the key difference between Iowa which probably allows Buddha judge to come in and capitalize on the state of Iowa people to judge is going nowhere with non white voters non white voters are very small percentage he hasn't gone anywhere yet correct white voters but of course momentum comes out of Iowa at least some momentum will then when you hit New Hampshire that's right that's the question is can Buddha judge sort of take I will use it as a launching pad then go on to New Hampshire and it may be that problem we had with non white voters goes audio semi-ghost Goodbye C. L. later what is it about Buddha judge in Iowa is it is it is it is it ground game he hasn't he opened maybe the most if not tied with I don't Know Elizabeth Warren and opening the most offices and he's got Bolos money so he's spending an organization they're he has got a mid Western appeal now I don't know as much about Indiana as some people here donald but it does begin with I and so does Iowa but he's we're all the same it is the mattingly I think closer than some other states that people are just S. so then you know what strikes me as as you did what I think was the most important early interview with people judge in introducing him I think in many ways to the country three even before the town meeting they got so much that people to actually running for the middle of the country he was positioning himself to be the mid Western reds trump's state yeah can't it so that's why I think that he may be connecting in Iowa and I would just argue you know there have been candidates before who have done better in the Mid West than they've done say nationwide you know you can think about Paul Simon Aviator Dick Gephardt eighty a Bob Dole look inside in one thousand nine hundred eighty or even ninety six although we actually did slightly worse in ninety six but the point is is there is this potential sort of home region effect that we also see I'm sure right where the candidates from next door Massachusetts and Vermont tend to do better I think there's an argument to me made that the candidates next door I tend to do better in part perhaps because they sort of speak Iowa can I just say one of the thing though you talked about two thousand four Democratic race I think the one thing people are just be worried about is that it's not to that doesn't sixteen Republican version were Marco Rubio does really well compared to what people thought he finishing third there's no moral victory I think any more has has slipped like Steve Bullock's like if everyone finishes in the top five then they definitely have a chance coming by air the day of the Iowa caucus place fourth and fifth and to ride ticket to ride my

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Buttigieg closes on Biden, Warren in Iowa: poll

Glenn Beck

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Buttigieg closes on Biden, Warren in Iowa: poll

"There's a new poll out of the democratic presidential race in Iowa showing Pete booted judge surging now close third in the states at all the first twenty twenty contests Joe Biden leading the way with nineteen percent Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren claiming eighteen percent and mayor Pete in third place with thirteen percent support the poll was taken after last week's democratic

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Democrats sprint to fundraising deadline ahead of critical stretch

WBBM Programming

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats sprint to fundraising deadline ahead of critical stretch

"Two democratic presidential candidates were pleading for campaign cash in the waning days and hours of the third quarter of fundraising well I was call causes in federal or a sense of urgency is growing among the candidates as the primary contest turns into a battle for a limited pool of cash money could make the difference between being able to stay in the race and heading for the exits those who continue to muddle along in the lower tier of candidates so will face the challenges paying for advertising to amplify their message also likely to struggle to reach the fund raising the threshold set by the Democratic National Committee to qualify for future debates top tier candidates like Biden Warren and Sanders are expected to be among the leaders in the money or raising

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"biden warren" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Now. It's got I just WanNa make it clear we have been able to verify the specific reporting about surveillance devices but of course our allies have spies whatever words you want to use right. I mean does the president really believed that Israel would not wanNA and now would not spy well. I never won. The last thing he said is the truth. Anything's possible and things like this do happen. Everybody's fine on everybody but that doesn't necessarily mean. We have an adversarial relationship with that particular country in this case Israel so I think the way the question was presented to the president. Perhaps he was thinking. It's it's a question about are they doing it in an adversarial way of course not but the reality is despite his. I'm sorry I know we've a little bit of a delay but does he really think is because his relationship with the country is great. They're not going to spy on him. I mean he's either playing it so they don't look embarrassed or he's just utterly naive. Which is well? I think I think I think think what what I what I understood. The president to be saying is is that he didn't think he thought his relationship with Israel was good and they wouldn't be doing anything that was adversarial or that. You would expect an an enemy country to be doing but obviously Israel the United States all these countries with these big intelligence services. I mean everybody's spying on everybody. I think that's pretty well known I. The thing about it is that you know that nobody else doesn't know that the president doesn't know. I'm sorry earn time. That's okay. No I'm sorry I know we have a bit of thank. Thank you both and next. Democrats make a major move to clear up confusion about impeachment did they just make things better or worse than President Tump just responding to news that the man he referred to as quote. My African American is turning on him pointed out at the Rally called my African American he you no no we have tremendous African American support. He joins me. The case is we gotta find who wrote this. No we do that. We find the killer. This science defined out police used Luminol a chemical which glows when it comes into contact with the iron component in blood that drama but where was the rifle and which man and was telling the truth for Renchik files the legendary true crime show is now a podcast join investigators they take on the toughest cases with cutting edge scientific tools subscribe now with apple podcasts with new episodes every Monday and Thursday. You'll you'll never miss out on getting your forensic fix. Remember to create an ad like this. One visit pure winning dot dot com slash. CNN new tonight the House Judiciary Committee voting to give Chairman Jerry Nadler the ability to call committee hearings impeachment hearings and and chairman the other is making it clear. He is done playing word games with whole thing some call this process impeachment inquiry sorry impeachment investigation. There is no legal differences between these terms. No longer can't argue about nomenclature out front now Democratic Congressman from Texas Sheila jackson-lee. She sits on the House judiciary. Committee here with me tonight so so chairman now they're says is vote means. You're GONNA have an aggressive series of hearings you're going to go well beyond the four corners of the Miller report but the top Republican on your committee Mr Collins Congressman Congressman Collins. It says the difference between formal impeachment proceedings. I'm quoting him and what we're doing. Today is a world apart. Is it first of all you know. I'm at Texas Southern University so let let me say how excited I am to be here tonight before the debate but I love the word game that ranking member Collins desires to us. We are serious. This is an impeachment investigation. Let me refresh your memory. The Senate investigated for nine nine months before the actual articles of impeachment. Many investigations impeachment investigation proceeded without a vote on the floor of the House how this is the indicting body what we're saying to the American people is that we are not in a witch hunt. We're not going after an individual. We're fact finders in a constitutional process that isn't investigation leading to the articles of impeachment. I want the Republicans to sit with us because Americans in this impeachment investigation which we will now have the strength of an investigation as we go to court as we subpoena witnesses to be able able to tell the American people and so on that you talk about Cipinang witnesses right so if it is an impeachment proceedings able to do more of that are we going to see the main players testify part. Everyone is what made Watergate Watergate was people could see it on television. Are we gonNA see more of that. Absolutely these will be public hearings. You know we had a few close sessions for a variety of reasons but we have a list of individuals now that really have no excuse for not appearing before the Judiciary Committee and we are using the subpoena power the White House counsel is one of them who has indicated or said that he's being blocked with the White House and saying that they're blocked now with with the impeachment investigation again now the impeachment investigation even expect the court to side with us because we will not be able to find out the facts we can't talk to him about what the president told him to do with direct Mullah we're going to have Corey Lewandowski next week and we're just going on and on two witnesses that can tell us the story all right so you're talking in that in some of these cases aces muller but perhaps beyond and that's a big question because I know you know Madeleine Dean Madelene Dean. She came back and she said look what my constituents care about the corruption the profiting from office this that whether the law was broken there by the president of the United States is that now as big of a focused as the Miller report the mole report as You well know was two volumes. Liam's one was the Russian intrusion and the involvement of the campaign with Russian operatives. We think that's important and we believe that as we uh interview witnesses or have been hearing who knows what may be discovered. I'm just trying to understand but things like emoluments or you know when we look at Mike Pence staying at turnberry turnberry those sorts of things profiting from the office of the president is that part of this or not separate from either volume of it is it will not be precluded. Remember the trigger for the Nixon impeachment where the tapes when we started out with a burglary right was whether the president directed Berkeley and then the tapes in this instance no the emoluments monuments will not be precluded nor will the payments to individuals to keep them silent as released as relates to an affair so this is is opening up an impeachment investigation to look at under the Constitution the questions high crimes and misdemeanors sometimes confusing to the American people but it's about abuse of power right so chairman now. They're saying that you're saying impeachment investigation piece of increasing look. Those are the same thing okay but you know nomenclature words matter chairman now. There's fed up with this whole discussion but part of that is because Nancy Pelosi is not not using these words. He doesn't seem to be playing ball today. She was asked about okay. Are you going to call it impeachment inquiry. We're loud and clear here and here's what happened you uncomfortable with the term impeachment freezer another term. We should be thank you very much. Love your hung up on a word over here when lives are at stake over there. Thank you all very much and good one uh-huh so look. She's people are hung up on the work because she won't use the word why won't use the word words do matter her ability to get behind this this matters what's the hold up. Well I think by her yielding to the Judiciary Committee on the words we now have said that we we are through with impeachment inquiry and impeachment investigation debate it is the impeachment investigation and the speaker is allowing the Judiciary Committee to do. It's work. We think once we get started at the American people will start holding onto the word impeachment investigation. What are they doing. They're investigating under the constitution. Listen to determine whether it'd be articles of impeachment I respect the speaker and I think her words today. Her Silence Day was she's not going to get into semantics. Watch watch what the committee is doing. Watch what the courts will do when we go in and indicate that we're in an impeachment investigation and watch the people of the United States will see and what will be respectful respectful detailed and definitive approach to the question of whether or not the president has violated the Constitution of the United States has related to impeachment all right congresswoman. Thank you so much good to see you here in Texas tonight. Thank you so very much. Thank you for having me and next the man president trump wants called my African American at a rally no longer backs trump so what's his response to the president just insisting he has tremendous African American support and the most important democratic debate so so far is about to take place so Comma Harris. What does she need to do to recapture the momentum you wafer. Champions League and and you wrote the League are back in action. This stream in every match on beyond is the host of Art van is three six five and elitists to this podcast joined by Kentucky Hall of Fame Coach John Calipari. The you know what's been great about here is we've had guys that are willing to share and coming in with an idea that they want to get better that they understand what the culture culture is theater subscribe to marksman three sixty five now at apple podcast and spotify news president trump responding now to the the news that the man that he called my African American at a two thousand sixteen campaign rally no longer support him. It's changed his mind no longer for trump and leaving the Republican party the man that you called my African American at your rally in twenty two seats these leading the Republican party because you're pursuing pro agenda end up. What's your reaction. Go ahead go ahead. What do you say to him. What are you pay you. I don't know who you're talking about at the rally called my African American He. I don't no no we have tremendous African American support. I would say my all time high. I don't think I've ever had the support that I've had now so trump says. I don't know who you're talking about. Well that's not true. He remembers the momentous so many do in case you forgot here is what trump said at that infamous. Miss Rally Look at my African American over here look at him. Are you the greatest you know what I'm talking about. That sound bite lived over and over and over again. The president himself of course has seen it many times that man Gregory cheadle. That's his real name. He is out the front. He's also an independent running for Congress in California's first Congressional district in Gregory. Look I really appreciate your time and thank you for coming back and I want you to be able to explain your.

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"biden warren" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Out Front next Joe Biden about to go head to head with Elizabeth Warren for the first time as the most important debates so far. It's about to start and tonight. The new details about five plan plan of attack plus the president's national security adviser one of the most important jobs in the entire country. The president now says it's just really easy because of him and the man president trump once called my African American remember about rally. He's now quitting the Republican Party. Why now well he's out front? Let's go out front and good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight. The high stakes showdown. This is the third democratic debate about to begin for the first time Joe Biden facing facing off against Elizabeth Warren the front runner versus the leading liberal and for both this is a pivotal evening. Now Warren has been chipping away at Biden's leads steadily steadily arising now only six points separate the two according to our newest poll team Biden revealing new details tonight about the former. VP strategy he knows tonight is crucial. He wants to attack warns plans and build upon his former bosses record which was the focus of a new AD. Hey we should step back and say something we don't offers end up as a party or as a nation. Barack Obama is an extraordinary man and he wants to emphasize is that relationship and another man paying very close attention to the debate is president trump. He spoke just a couple of moments ago about who he thinks will be the person he faces off against instant twenty twenty. He should be able to make it. I would imagine Biden would be able to make it if he doesn't make any major mistakes if he doesn't make any major mistakes. Jessica Dean is out front live in Houston with me so Jessica more you learning about Biden strategy for tonight. He knows does it is crucial. He not make any big mistakes. That's certainly true Erin but the campaign also downplaying this head to head matchup between Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren saying there are ten candidates on the stage the former vice president is going to run his race. He's going to do what he's there to do and there. His advisors are saying vats. Make this case that we need more than plans but action to make progressive change. They're gonNA use healthcare as an example of that Biden GonNa to make the case that building upon the affordable care act is the quickest and best way to ensure as many people as possible as opposed to Medicare for all which would be a complete fleet overhaul of the system so that's what he's going to try to do tonight you also saw that new ad that came out today closely aligning that relationship with President Obama and look Erin there are numbers that support that in the CBS News poll when asked when voters were asked what really draws you to vote for vice president. Joe Biden is the nominee eighty seven percent sent people in that poll said his time vice president with President Barack Obama so they know that that's a number. That's important to them. They know that that's something they can go back to again and again. You can expect him to talk about the Obama record and really defend it but Aaron. It'll be really interesting to see everybody on the stage tonight again. Biden and Warren has sparred over a bankruptcy bill back in two thousand five. They have a history of kind of going back and forth on this and again as they try to downplay this head to head matchup. They're also coming announcing our key thing tonight. Is We need more than just plans. We need action so Aaron. We'll see what happens tonight all right. Thank you very much Jessica and now let's let's go out front to Karen done. She prepared President Obama and Hillary Clinton for political debates. Dana Bash is our chief political correspondent Jeff. Zeleny is our senior Washington correspondent all in Houston Houston with me tonight so Dan. I mean look there's drama. Biden Warren have never been together on a debate stage tonight and now here they are for the first time this evening they've got a long and complicated history and we know the Biden is going to going to say it's not just about plans. It's about execution so she going to return the fire it. It's hard to imagine engine that she will that certainly has not been her. Mo To date she her whole campaign is based upon the fact that she has plans she she has ideas. Let's get out and fight and work for them and not I'm going to you know go after anybody no matter who they are that could change he. Could you know sort of provoker away that we don't expect but it doesn't seem like that is her style to do that. No matter who it is that she's with for lots of reasons again that just not as she has. It's not like she can't debate I can't remember one of the stories this morning said that she I mean she was a master debater since she was little kid so she knows how to do this and and even when there is somebody who she's really trying to make a point against. She can potentially actually do it without being as aggressive as we've seen in the past well. It's funny to your fits with her. Mo that she's been debating and she's six years old I mean it does I. It's it's not it's not jarring. It's completely consistent. I agree with the Dan. I think she has never come to the debate land punch but I will say this. If Joe Biden is is coming to talk about Elizabeth Warren plans. There's going to be two people on that stage there to talk about Elizabeth Warren Plants and so the real question is is she. GonNa counterpunch if Biden goes after her her first right and recall last time you know when she said look why why are we gonNa talk about what we can't do and instead talk about what we can do and it was a very powerful moment. I got a lot out of applause. I is it possible. She does something like that. Yes stop saying. Let's just be safe right. I mean so far. Her program has worked very well for her. There's really no no reason she shouldn't stick to her program and it'll be a very interesting dynamic because Joe Biden as they're talking about Elizabeth Warren Plan. She's there to talk about her plans and potentially everyone else on on the stage is there to talk about one of Joe Biden or Donald Trump and so we'll see if anybody actually engages in conversation with another person on the state I love I love it when you're able able to summarize it so well which I know this is how you think strategically but that that is a really distinct way too late to delay it down so Jeff Look Biden's plan also includes as as he put out right to focus on Obama right who has been staying out of the fray but Biden tweeted today Barack Obama's great president we don't say that enough and he put that new video out all that I was showing almost entirely about his relationship with Obama so is that smart look if you're Joe Biden of course it's smart. He said we don't say it enough. We'll Joe Biden says it all the time when you go to campaign rallies town meetings other things that Joe Biden has Barack Obama is a central and recurring theme in this as it should be of course it's one of the biggest appoints on his biography and his resume but the question here is the party is clearly without question moving in a leftward direction so there is going to be a discussion about the Obama legacy the Obama record. I would be surprised as talking to advisors from a lot of candidates if it's going to be as sharp as it was at the Detroit debate in July. A lot of Democrats got a lot of backlash for going after Barack Obama a so much so. I think it's a fine line to walk there but Joe Biden knows he needs to take it another level beyond simply saying I was Barack Barack Obama's running mate but Aaron. I'm told tonight just a few moments ago that Joe Biden's also been doing something else. He's been hitting the books studying Warren's plans. We've been talking all about those plans. Lands in the last several days. I'm Joe Biden has been you know sort of getting into the weeds on some of those because he needs to be familiar with them if he's going to pick them apart you know how realistic are are they. How expensive are these plans so that is a bit of an interesting thing he's not done before. He's been spending some time reading up on one of his rivals India. That's really interesting. Jeff's reporting because you know the whole point from Joe Biden is Ben. Whatever about the plans right. I'm the electable one and we had heard he might be specifically looking at her healthcare plan exactly why just have to play the Jill Biden soundbite again because it just it says so much and here she is your candidate might be federal on health care than Joe is but you've got to look at WHO's going to win this election and maybe you have to swallow a little bit and okay okay. I personally like so so better. 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"biden warren" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Michigan the national transportation safety board has issued a preliminary report on the recent dive boat fire off the coast of California that killed thirty four people the boat was called conception KNX radio reporter Craig signifies conceptions crew members were sleeping behind the votes we'll house than a six crewmember fast asleep below in a bunk room into espy's report out says investigators have interviewed three crew members who said that there were no mechanical no electrical issues reported before that catastrophe an attorney for the scuba diving boat disputes the NTSB report that all six of the vessel's crew members were asleep when the fire started in the middle of the night the Coast Guard has issued a series of safety guidelines including not leaving electrical equipment unsupervised on board and reducing use of power strips and extension cords lieutenant any images one there isn't a tragedy such as this we we like to take the opportunity before the investigation is finished to to come out as quickly as possible with safety reminders that are really just basic good practices democratic presidential hopefuls return to the debate stage tonight in Houston CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman two hours away from debate night here in Houston and there's lots of anticipation will this be a confrontational debate or more kinder gentler debate focusing on policy differences this will be the first time the three front runners Joe Biden Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren will be on the same stage at the same time they will likely get the most attention but there will be seven others all hoping for a moment that will resonate put them in the spotlight and boost their campaign Steve Bartman CBS news Houston the democratic led house Judiciary Committee has voted along party lines passing a resolution to begin an impeachment investigation of the president CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes not only are they going to be looking at possible obstruction of justice but they're also going to.

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"biden warren" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And properties both here and abroad the committee hopes to decide by year's end on whether to recommend articles of impeachment big business is taking aim at the U. S. Senate's with a letter on gun violence CBS is Peter king the CEOs represent a hundred forty five companies including Airbnb Twitter or uber lift Bain capital at Dick's sporting goods their letter asks senators to expand background checks for gun buyers pass stronger red flag laws sampler Justin from el Paso a grand jury has indicted the suspect in the fatal shooting of twenty two people at a Walmart on capital murder charges round three of the democratic presidential debate tonight see in Houston ten candidates will be on stage this time political contributor Molly Hooper says former vice president Joe Biden will have two rivals breathing down his neck gonna be sandwiched between two progresses not just those with Warren he's also that Bernie Sanders to contend with so I think that what we will see is practicality versus progressive policies Transylvanian a against the Sackler family owners of the company that produces oxycontin K. Y. W. radios Tim Jimenez sinister. but Shapiro says twelve Pennsylvanians die each day due to the opioid epidemic and the Sackler own produ farm operate on seniors and veterans in countship hero with other officials around the country who are not on board with produce tentative deal to settle with states counties municipalities reported twelve billion dollars well the story went viral a Florida boy bullied over the hand made sure he wore supporting the university of Tennessee and the school put on a real version of his shirt and sales bloomed now the fourth grader has been offered a full scholarship to the school in Knoxville when he's old enough Wall Street right now the Dow is up one hundred forty five points the nasdaq is ahead fifty three this is CBS news. CBS this morning join Tom Mason and kill. the news this morning we. on the el Paso mass shooting and it's the top story of twelve oh three hi Mitch Kerr thank you very much for joining us a grand jury in el Paso has now indicted an Allen.

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Biden, Warren to share stage for first time at Democratic presidential debate

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Biden, Warren to share stage for first time at Democratic presidential debate

"Houston is the scene of tonight's democratic presidential debate CBS Steve Futterman is covering the ten presidential hopefuls taking part will be on the same stage at the same time that means also for the first time the three front runners Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will be together and the back and forth among those three could be the top story

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"biden warren" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The store shelves what percentage of your business he has played pretty cigarettes I'd say at least about sixty or seven percent but if sales of most flavored E. cigarettes are bad manager tie Marcel says could kill business they've been used in a variety for so long that it would definitely affect a lot of people I don't want to smoke the flavorless stuff so I don't think that they should get rid of it just because I think it's for kids but Stephanie says he started dating because he wanted to quit smoking I would rather do this than go back to smoking cigarettes and you know died of emphysema and this one's going to have your standard like features to the store says it carries products only from established manufacturers and believes the recent spike in serious long illnesses may involve people consuming black market products the US Supreme Court has given the trump administration the green light to enforce a new rule that prevents most central Americans from seeking asylum in this country the order by the justices temporarily reverses a lower court ruling that had blocked the new asylum policy in some states along the southern border that policy is meant to deny asylum. anyone who passes through another country on the way to the U. S. without seeking protection there justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonya sort of my your descended from the high court's order so to my order says the rule of bands long standing practices regarding refugees who seek shelter from persecution bill right cop CBS news Washington the top ten Democrats in the presidential race square off in a debate tonight political correspondent ed o'keefe joins us now from Houston and for the first time the top two Democrats in the polls Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren are on the same debate stage what are we likely to see we are likely to see a big focus.

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"biden warren" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Phenomenal report and on a much lighter note genie is as next can't get enough football checkout bleacher reports original animated football series Gridiron Heights. You will not want to miss the best sixty seconds and football follow biard grid iron and watch new episodes on the B our APP Hamad Sue oh Travis Kelsey and more football stars are putting their athleticism to the test. I'm Adam left going. I'm challenging some of the best players to skill tests. You've never seen watch it all unfold on my new show ditch. The playbook on the BIARD APP to two thousand twenty candidates not only sharing the stage sharing a flight. Here's here's genie this may be the plane every Democratic presidential candidate dreams of flying on but for the moment they're flying mostly commercial and guess who's in the next row Pete Buddha Judging Amy Cobra found themselves a row apart on a united flight headed for Houston scene of Thursday's debate at least they didn't behave like this commander in chief off my play Colobus Sean Buddha judge. We're all smiles very funny. At United tweeted Buddha judge and the debate begins good sitting by you tweeted weeded kluber shore at least one passenger couldn't resist selfish with both candidates note the seating pattern Democratic candidate sitting over over the left wing same goes for Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren WanNa journalists spotted them back in June and imagined Bernie wondering is she going to kick my chair. Special Prosecutor Robert Muller wants shared a departure gate with dawn junior in the hat and a week after Ted and cruise beat Beto rourke the two shook hands then posed with passengers at an airport gate forget snakes on a plane the snakes all these days. The planes are crawling with candidates heating in New York. Thanks for joining ask Sanderson starts now. Are you interested in learning how great companies grow.

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"biden warren" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Tonight the White House moving to ban all flavored e cigarettes the move comes amid a rising number of illnesses and now deaths related to vaping the HHS warning. There's a surge children getting their hands on these products they are especially drawn to the fruit and mint flavors favors the secretary of the Alexy's are saying entire generation of children is at risk of becoming addicted out front now chief medical correspondent Dr Sanjay Gupta and the former. FDA Commissioner Commissioner Dr David Kessler. I appreciate both of your time tonight so Sanjay you know. I guess here's where I start. What exactly is the trump administration going to do and can they just do it by edict? It sounds like they can't. I mean the way that this typically works is before you sell a product that you've got to get a premarket approval. You gotta basically say here's what we're trying to do and get approval to actually market itself this way. This has been sort of kicking the can down the road on this issue for some time saying we'll get to it. We'll get to it. We'll get to it in two thousand twenty. Twenty was the latest that we heard and they're basically saying now. We're GONNA enforce this and it sounds like if someone applies for approval for these flavored these flavorings. They're not going to get it so in effect that would be clearing the the flavoring so so dodger closer to some. This seems so obvious. It's a huge problem. I mean everyone at this point. I mean does that was about it right. They see it and I don't know at least for me. I would say everyone knows you don't make fruit flavored e cigarettes unless you're trying to market them to young people right kids. Why the heck did this take so long? It's a very good question. These products have been illegal since twenty sixteen and it's taken an essence a crisis four hundred fifty illnesses six deaths and a generation Asian of young people who have become addicted. I think the administration was trying. recognize it for some smokers smokers. There may be value in these products but what happened was we saw that the industry just couldn't be trusted here they marketed to children of these products aren't safe and the FDA the administration in essence is chasing the horse after it out of the barn. Yeah I mean on some level. It's like trust the tobacco companies I mean you know it seems like an oxymoron in some ways I know it's a very skeptical way of looking got it but look they sell what they sell. They make money how they make money when you look at the death toll here sixth now. CDC reporting four hundred fifty suspected cases and we're just barely in when I mean how bad could this get well. I think it's really interesting. Dr Brings up the point that this could potentially create a new generation generation of smokers that was even before we started talking about the deaths right right and now you have the situation where people are vaping something. We don't actually know what it is. That's causing using these. These illnesses are these debts. It could be a particular ingredient in the in the flavorings or it could be something else entirely so we don't know the answer to that so it's not even the nicotine which we know no is no we. We know what that does right. I mean you're talking about all other kinds of all. These things are changing so if the if the goal is to say hey we gotta stop these. He's deaths. It's a little bit of a blind shot right now because you'd have to say look. We don't know what's causing these deaths. Should we just stop this altogether. If you vaporize bryce something is synthetic and you change it completely you inhale it into your lungs and then it congeals again causing this huge inflammatory reaction possibly leading to death breath. How do you stop that just vaping itself the problem? I'm not saying it is but that's going to be the question. Is this flavoring band going to really address the problem that they're trying to address it right and Dr Koss right because to be cleared. They're not banning the tobacco flavored ones and I I I suppose they're not doing that because they're not banning cigarettes themselves and I guess that would be inconsistent. even though obviously we know cigarettes kill people as well. I want to get at the heart of one thing Dr Kester on that the point though you wrote an op Ed recently saying e cigarettes would be able to provide a less risky option for some people do still think that that's possible and I presume you were talking about heavy smokers who were trying to somehow dial back the nicotine consumption there may be and I will line may be a reason in to make to have these products available for people who smoke the evidence is not there but that doesn't mean can you market these products widely. I think this is a beginning of a reset but I think where this is headed is these products are are not safe as they're currently marketed. Maybe we have to consider these products as a prescription drug or some kind of restricted access so that those who smoke could have access if the evidence supports that but again these products are illegally shouldn't and beyond the market the companies have to show their safe and the administration has to do its job all right now. I have to say it does amaze me that you've you've got people running these companies you always remember the with opioids as well people running them. Yeah they know their marketing this tickets they know it's bad and they did it anyway and and it's a playbook playbook that we've seen before as you pointed out I mean this was what big tobacco did big tobacco is involved with the vaping industry. People may not realize that but it's part and parcel the same thing all right thank you both very much and next. He spent millions of his own money to make it to the debate stage. So how much more is Tom Sire willing to spend he's out front and it's called ticking meantime bomb. CNN tonight we'll take you inside a refugee camp where isis brutal ideology at this hour is spreading the UEFA Champions League and you wrote the League are back in action got in every match on beyond is pay. It's Howard Beck and I've got Boston. Celtics Center in his canter on bleacher reports reports the full forty eight. I'M GONNA try to win no matter what that is just in my blood. I'M GONNA go out. There doesn't matter we have thirty wins or we have zero. I'm my job probably because their charter win as much as I can full forty eight is available each week on the beach report APP and you can subscribe for free at Apple podcasts new tonight ten Democratic candidates for twenty twenty getting ready to take the stage for tomorrow night's debate in Houston but there's one more who has just made the cut for the next debate and not as Tom Steyer he is out front with me tonight. Good to talk to you as always Tom so. Are you got ten of your rivals on stage tomorrow night. They have been slugging it out at these debates since June July June July. They have this one okay you weren't there. Does this give you an advantage or a disadvantage. When you're up there well Erin? I think that the point of everybody running to get the Democratic nomination is the same. Do you have a message. That resonates resonates with Democratic voters. Is it a different message. Is it true and are you a believable messenger so I think any time you get a chance to make that presentation. It's good that's that's what I've been doing for. Weeks is trying to get out directly to the American people and talk to them. Okay so you've been doing that by being on the trail. You've also been doing that via social media which has been a place. You've been incredibly strong since the start of twenty nine thousand nine through this Monday according to numbers we got today the estimate is that you spent six and a half million dollars for ads on facebook and Google Google which is more than any other Democrat running. Does this prove Tom that any of the criticism you face from your rivals say oh you're buying your way onto the debate stage by buying all all these ads does it does it proved any of that is fair or not honestly. I think that the truth is if your message resonates then people are going to respond to it if you don't have anything to say. It doesn't matter where you go or how hard you try. What I've the scene is that when I get a chance to get in front of people and get my message out I've only been out for eight.

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"biden warren" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"This week in California at the age of ninety eight he was a fire control month third class on the USS Arizona when Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan on December the seventh nineteen forty one he was one of the last people to leave that sinking battleship the Pearl Harbor national memorial said on Facebook that only three survivors remain from the vessel you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio president trump will likely make a decision on gun control measures this week NBC news reports that on Thursday trump is going to be briefed on ideas for gun reform that or endorsed by members of Congress from said on Wednesday he's working with senators who are pushing for strong background checks the Democrat controlled house has passed and gun control bills but they have languished without getting a vote in the Republican controlled Senate lawmakers and the White House have been pressured to make moves on gun control following a string of mass shootings this summer forecasting firm of moody's analytics is claiming president trump's trade war is costing the U. S. hundreds of thousands of jobs Tom Roberts says the numbers the firm's chief economist told Yahoo finance that the country has already lost three hundred thousand jobs because of the trade war with China he said that if there are no changes that number will grow to four hundred fifty thousand by the end of this year and nine hundred thousand by the end of twenty twenty most of the job losses are coming in the manufacturing warehousing distribution and retail sectors government number say employers created one point three million jobs this year which is down more than a half million from the same period in twenty eighteen Tom Roberts NBC news radio Democrats are prepping for the latest presidential debate happening Thursday night in Houston ten candidates made the cut and will take the stage in the one night debate on ABC former VP Joe Biden takes center stage and we'll have a month senator Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren on either side of him the other hopefuls are California senator come on hers south bend Indiana mayor Pete booted edge Minnesota senator any clover shore and New Jersey senator Cory Booker and president trump's ex personal lawyer Michael Cohen he's talking to process. about what he knows about the president's businesses the Manhattan DA's office is investigating whether the truck organisations falsified business records going signed an agreement with the DA to offer his input he's currently serving time in Otisville prison in upstate New York for campaign finance violations in connection to hush money payments if the investigation finds evidence to prove records were falsified the organization and its chief financial officer could face fines mark Mayfield NBC news radio your way.

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"biden warren" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Welcome back to politics are new a new report in propublica details the very close connections between the Republican National Committee and the trump campaign in one detail in this profile of Brad Apart scale the trump campaign manager could be incredibly critical for Republicans facing reelection in twenty twenty propublica reporting that the is not going to provide data about about how voters in certain congressional districts in states view president trump data that used to be widely distributed but isn't now over concerns by the trump campaign that those candidates. Let's could start to distance themselves from president trump this afternoon the RNC confirmed to CNN the PROPUBLICA report that they don't share that information calling it proprietary president trump's campaign manager. Briscoe called the PROPUBLICA report stupid today on a call with reporters but let's talk about we don't have to the part that has to do with Brad that he I think he found a stupid or at least a unfortunate. It is interesting. Mary Catherine that they are not going to let let's say your congressman and the running in district. That's marginal right and you. WanNa know is trump popular in my district or not that they're not going to let you know yeah so there's a couple issues in the star one ethical where it's like. It's sort of like oh well. This is old swamp meet the new swamp a different kind of person that was brought in very unconventional for unconventional campaign to efficacy lucassie. He was very effective and like that's the thing that I one of the things I took away from this he does get a lot of credit that he's a digital genius but he did the thing he had had to do is marry the RMC to this slapdash trump operation and did a thing that nobody thought could be done so he deserves some money and some credit for that but then you get to this which is the opposite. They're not going to be married this time so you will not have the victories in a place like Ohio where the senator outperformed the president because he won't have the information information that he should have to know how he position himself for how he should appeal to voters so now you have the question of repetition. Can he do this again. Which I think is a open question and we'll he he transferred to other. Gop candidate from the answer seems to be according to this new. What's better for the Republican Party to share that information. This is basic political strategy. If you WANNA win elections you need to know the facts so if you WanNa win over the house you want to know if trump is popular in a congressional district strip. It doesn't mean that the Republican candidates to blast trump criticized trump. It's good to have that information at the end is going to help trump so for the life of me I just I don't understand it then for trump right. It's it's an interesting insight into this part of the way they tried you bring taking control over. Republicans and why we all we keep talking about Republicans looking being afraid of the trump faith also if you don't have the data. You don't know what you're up again but I mean it's just common sense. Then we saw Democrats do this. When Obama was running for what was on the ticket two thousand twelve some Democrats to distance themselves from Barack Obama say they disagreed with him criticize him not appear with him not invite him and the Obama I assume will you tell me didn't care because he wanted to keep them in the house to win and lateral thinking in order to win. You have to destroy your own party and so it's a it's a callback to the first story right in order to placate trump. The truth is in truth and everything will be in service of trump truth facts the weather maps apps and even the Republican Party so as long as we have you here. I do want to tell our viewers you may have known as one of our panelists wide elite. Now has a a shaved head. He did this because his three year old daughter. Nusseibeh is battling stage four cancer and watch and his family are desperately searching for a liver donor specifically specifically one with O. Blood type and watch you and I have tweeted links where people can apply to become a donor to save your daughter's life. Jake tapper might be easier to Spell J. AKA APPR APPR but you're on there too and you have the information pan. Deny the information on our twitter accounts. Yes my three year old daughter Santa. We named her after a warrior princess. She's she's bravely enduring the struggle. Thanks to everyone thanks to you. Jake for taking the time out of your show thanks to everyone. CNN family the hosts producers the makeup stylists and I just want to say one final thing thing we discuss politics. It's a heated time but this people's outreach and people just messaging mean people trying to be donors. It just reveals that most of us inherently are decent people wanting to do good so it restores our faith in the collective humanity and thanks to everyone for helping my family. 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"biden warren" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Later this month but that is not and Mike Pompeo set on this very question just twenty four hours ago listen. Can you foresee a meeting between president trump and the Iranian leader later this month around the the United Nations sure with President support that you support the president's made very clear is prepared to meet with no preconditions and this is a you know a pattern we have seen over and over and over again where trump says one thing is staff will say another thing and we go back and forth for several days and probably in a couple of days. We'll find out that what the truth actually was but you know on something like that and then going back to the question about Noah right now. We're seeing that his lies. There are real cost to the lies is right. It was sort of ridiculous when as you pointed out in the beginning it was crowd sizes right. That's that's silly but okay but now we're talking about things. That could really endanger danger. People's lives and I would also add as we know from Jim. Shudo earlier this week. There's some question about the president's ability to determine when he shouldn't say certain things things right with some of the meetings that he's had with the Russian so maybe he was not supposed to say that he was meeting with the Iranians. Maybe he was supposed to say with meeting with the Iranians who knows what's actually true all right everyone ruin stick around our next guest is one of the senators trying to get answers about president trump's war on the truth when it comes to know and then we have some breaking news and CNN Paul on the twenty twenty race and only three of the the Democratic candidates aren't double digits what this might mean for the Democratic nomination stay with us. Guys are terrible taking care of their health. Whether it's a knee injury bad back or something worse guys usually more comfortable. Robinson dirt on it then seeing Dr. I'm guilty of it myself. 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GET ROMAN DOT com slash Tabar and welcome back. CNN has confirmed the New York Times story that President Trump's chief of staff mick bovine got involved in handling the fallout from president trump's inaccurate and outdated tweet about Hurricane Doreen about to hit Alabama harder than anticipated a White House official telling CNN that Mulvaney spoke with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Ross subsequently threatened to fire officials at Noah if the agency did not disavow National Weather Service forecasters who contradicted the president's claim according to The New York Times this afternoon. The president denied knowing anything about the story. Ross deny threaten to fire anyone at Noah joining me now is democratic. Democratic Senator Maisy Hirono of Hawaii senator your reaction to President Trump's comments today and the news. The White House was directly involved once again. How can you trust anything that comes out of this White House because you have a president who lies every single day and on something like this. This is serious business when you're predicting that a state state might get hit by a very big hurricane. This is not any time to be fooling around and so it could have ended if the president said whoops and they move on but no they create this entire drama around China make the president look good and this is par for the course for this administration and you have have the commerce secretary of calling the head of no from Greece no less telling him you better fix this and they'll which led to their statement and now all the chief scientist said Noah very much disagrees with this basically not relying on science and facts as to where hurricane is going to hit and he wants to to do his own investigation so the chaos continues and by the way Mulvaney who I think is at the heart of a lot of this aside from mommy is very much oriented towards protecting the president being a yes person to the president at at every turn but Mulvaney is the same guy who when when the US Department of Agriculture for example began to move some of their researchers scientists to the West Coast where they don't WanNa be said this is a really good way to get get some of them to retire which is a good thing notice not a good thing in the scientists and the people who are actually doing the fundamental work of these departments Mr Retired because of this kind of shenanigans so now that's what I call them all. Vini to resign and I renew my call him through sewing center. You're part of a group of Democratic senators. demanding answers from the Department of Commerce's Inspector General about whether Secretary Ross pressured toback the president. What specifically do you want the inspector general to do and uncover. I want the Inspector General to tell us whether or not there was undue political influence. There are these kinds of actions based on a political political politically driven as opposed to Something does fact base. I I would say that. The conclusion is pretty clear but when you start threatening people with being fired if they don't do what Ross lots then you you create a situation where we need to get to the bottom of it and that's why let this letter signed by a number of my colleagues in the Senate. Noah's acting chief scientist Greg Maclean said that he's is investigating why knows leadership backed trump's false claims against what the scientists were saying and he's looking at whether Noah's scientific integrity was violated. Have you spoken to Mr McLean at all no but I certainly share his concern and so that's what I would like inspector general to determine whether or not the this is this kind of response to what the president did is unwarranted and in fact it compromises no odd to a very great extended compromises the weather service and the science that should be behind their information that they impart to the public. You Know Hawaii has been hit by hurricanes before we had a huge one in one thousand nine hundred to Hurricane Niki. We're still recovering from some of that so this is serious business when you start changing maps to indicate that a hurricane's done a hit a estate all right Democratic senator as Geraldo of Hawaiian. Thank you so much always good to have you on some breaking news now new. CNN polls on the twenty twenty race and the one thing that potential Democratic voters all seem to agree on stay with us. Martha Stewart wants to give you three free meals for your own in-home taste test. That's right Martha's meal Kit Delivery Service. Martha uh-huh and Marley spoon is giving away three full size meals to be part of Martha's free atom taste test visit Marley spoon dot com slash. CNN forget about awful awful frozen food and unhealthy fast food. Martha wants you to enjoy three of her best thirty minute meals for free go to Marley spoon dot com slash. CNN that's Marley spoon dot com slash C. N. N. and we're back with breaking news a brand new CNN national poll on support for the two thousand twenty Democratic presidential candidates. It's on the eve of the third debate of the primary season in Houston Texas tomorrow among potential Democratic voters Joe Biden remains in the lead in this poll at twenty four percent and followed by a virtual tie between Senator Elizabeth Warren and eighteen percent and senator Bernie sanders with seventeen percent the those three of the only three candidates with double digit support. Only three others have five percents aboard more Senator Comma Harris with eight percent mayor Pete Buddha judge at six percent and former Congressman Federal Roy at five the margin of error is four point three percentage points compared to CNN's poll in August Biden is down a little bit while everyone else is up a little bit CNN Political Director David joins me now and David where there are the candidates the leading candidates getting their support from who are there voters will jake that Biden lead is being powered in large part if not entirely by African American voters take a look at how African American split with this field again among democratic African American voters biting gets forty two percent. UC Sanders at twelve twelve worn at ten. I mean he's got thirty point lead with these voters on escort. Take a look at Hispanic voters it sanders who comes out numerically ahead here twenty four for Biden it eighteen a work at fourteen and you see Warren harassed rounding out the top five among Hispanics and if you look at White Voters Among Democrats here Warren Warren imbibing there basically splitting twenty three percent for warrant twenty one percent for by then sanders at fifteen so those African American voters are critical for Joe Biden. We've seen senior. Democratic voters saying polls that electability is more important to them than finding a candidate. They agree with on most issues What does this poll show about. Who they think is most electable yet yeah that is a majority position for Democrats Jake Fifty five percent? If you look here of Democrats say the strong chance of beating Donald Trump is what they're looking for in a candidate just thirty nine percent say they're looking for somebody who shares their position on the issues among that fifty five percent the ones who want a trump defeat her if you will take a look at this Elizabeth Warren on the rise last month among this group she fifteen now. She's all the way up twenty one you see the Joe. Biden is on the decline here and Bernie Sanders a little bit on the line. This is really important. Elizabeth Warren making some strides Jake on the electability score and one other note in this poll about I want to show you. You is about voter enthusiasm. Look at this forty five percent of Democrats now. Tell us they are extremely enthusiastic about voting in this election and compare that to the four most recent presidential elections at this cycle. It's not even close Jake and I will just note if you take that group the extremely enthusiastic mastic that forty five percent they split about evenly between the parties actually a slight little edge for Republicans there so it doesn't matter what side of the aisle you're on voters are charged up for this presidential election. Jake so looking at this poll. Where is the state of the race right now. Yeah I mean I think that Joe Biden's coalition is proving to be quite durable. So far African American voters people who identify as moderate or conservative Democrats older voters. These are sizable chunks. They are critical to Joe Biden success right now and they've proved durable thus far so we've seen now Elizabeth Warren make strides on -bility. I think the thing to look for next his does Elizabeth Warren or other candidates make some strides into those biden groups African Americans older voters and those moderate conservative Democrats interesting David Chen. Thanks so much. Let's chew over all this around the table and if you're advising Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Right now. What would you tell them. Give this. I would tell them you gotta keep making the argument that you are the person who can beat trump because clearly that is the most important thing that Democratic voters this next several months this over across this fall and the various debates. This is your best opportunity opportunity in front of the national audience to make your case why you're the One and certainly for Warren. It's really interesting to see that movement because as much as I hate to say ah for women candidates.

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"biden warren" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Brand new. CNN Twenty twenty polls debuted viewing in minutes on the lead showing a tightening race for the Democratic presidential nomination and the top issue. Maybe just who is best show president trump the door assault on the truth again. CNN now learning that the White House played a direct role in leaning on forecasters to cover for the president's ally hi about Hurricane Dorian in Alabama as the Hiller killer hurricane threatened other parts of the US plus with linked to deaths and a pattern of targeting children and each cigarettes under fire today the trump White House now looking for a partial ban after vaping related illnesses claiming another life. Welcome to the lead. I'm jake tapper we start with the politics lead the Washington Post reporting this afternoon that it was in fact president trump trump who instructed his staff to order the National Oceanic and atmospheric administration or Noah to uncontradicted the president's false forecast two Sundays ago that Hurricane Doreen was about to hit Alabama much harder than anticipated information from the president that was inaccurate and outdated and quickly corrected by the National Weather Service. The New York Times has reported that after talking to the acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross whose department oversees is Noah threatened. Noah leaders with firings if they did not fix the contradiction now president trump is always had a tenuous relationship chip with facts and truth. Sometimes these are fringe even racist beliefs such as his campaign to suggest the first African American president was born in Africa or his ridiculous claim that he saw on TV thousands of Arab Americans in New Jersey celebrating nine eleven those are claims that are inaccurate a- and bigoted and indecent. There are too many to go through but we all remember of course that his campaign. I'm sorry his presidency began when he took okay issue when the National Park Service clearly demonstrate that his inaugural crowds were smaller than that of his predecessor but this this is something thing else the president is now using ordering the US government not just his press secretary's but the US government to further his falsehoods falsehoods when Noah put out a statement siding with the president over its own scientists last Friday that was not merely the latest example of the president's disdain disdain for facts that he does not like as assistant administrator Craig Maclean put it in a letter to Noah employee's wrote an unsigned press release from Noah that inappropriately appropriately and incorrectly contradicted the National Weather Service forecaster was not based on science but on external factors including reputation nation and appearance or simply put political Craig wrote that that press release quote compromises the ability of Noah to convey light saving information mation necessary to avoid substantial and specific danger to public health and safety. If the public cannot trust our information he wrote or we debase base our forecasters warnings and products that specific danger arises unquote and it is a danger being caused by president and trump as C. N. N.'s Kaitlan Collins now reports. The president today is denying all of us. I never did that never never did that. President trump did nine. He was involved in White House efforts to clear his name after he falsely and repeatedly claimed Alabama was in the path of Hurricane Dorian Lorient The New York Times reports his chief-of-staff directed Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to have no issue a statement disputing the National Weather Service after it contradicted interdicted the president which Noah did but with no name attached as trump claims he was right about the weather he's also insisting he fired John Bolton and and he sat right in that year and I told him John I wish you well but I'd like you to submit your resignation and the president still blames his hawkish former national security advisor for interfering in talks with North Korea when he talked about the Libyan model for Kim Jong Un that was not a good statement to make you just take a look at what happened with Qaddafi. The Libyan leader was overthrown and killed shortly after agreeing to give up his nuclear ambitions and the North Koreans were offended after Bolton said this last year I think we're looking at the Libya model of two thousand three two thousand four the president was furious at the time and and I don't blame Kim Jong Un for what he said after that but he kept Bolton around for another sixteen months until abruptly firing in yesterday he he made very big mistakes. No prior president has ever had four national security advisers in their first three years but trump trump will name his in a matter of days but there are five people that I consider very highly qualified his last meeting with Bolton turned into a bitter fight over his this decision to invite leaders of the Taliban to camp. David talks trump brought up the Pentagon today as mark. The eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks tax. I called them off when I learned that they had killed a great American soldier from Puerto Rico though he left out where he planned to host them now J. During that Same Oval Office appearance the president sell it open to you dear of easing sanctions on Iran to secure a meeting with them saying unquote. We'll see what happens if he did that. It would make a pretty big change in his maximum pressure strategy with Iran something that John Bolton would have opposed Kevin Collins at the White House. Thanks so much. Let's chew over all this watch. Let me start with you so the Washington Post is reporting the president trump complained about the Alabama tweet from the National Weather Service the the accurate one contradicting his inaccurate one as was evidence on his twitter feed. What do you make of all this. The idea that the president is actually willing to the lengths. He's willing to go to have the national weather. Weather Service uncontradicted well as attorney Rudy Giuliani said truth isn't truth and if you're a dictator in the Middle East you're looking at Donald Trump right now saying right on my fellow right on because if the the weather is now being weaponized to protect the vein integrity of Don Trump and his narcissism you have to wonder what else is he lying about the fact that he's been lying about it for a week he took out that map that outdated map added on Alabama with the sharpie write Hashtag sharpie gate at first. We laughed but the second time we have to think about it. People rely on the weather national national security relies upon the weather businesses rely on the weather and imagine this hurricane that has devastated the Bahamas and you're sitting in Alabama. You're like wait a second Birmingham just said I'm I'm safe now. Trump my president is saying this is going to attack us. Oh wait now. Trump is doubling down. Oh wait now. There's sharp gate who do I trust and I just want to bring it back to this point. Vladimir Putin did a social media disinformation campaign and what they WANNA do is make us lose trust in our institutions and make us lose trust in our democracy to see and who better is helping him right now than president trump with sharp gate. That's the big picture and that's the fear at Noah is that if people stopped believing their forecasts because of this people actually could lose their lives yeah. That's the bottom line is if look obviously an improper to to pressure any government agency to make that change a but if it is something that is possible to cause harm to people in harm's way. We're in bad shape. It's obviously wrong. President trump denied had the report that he told his chief-of-staff Mick mulvaney detail Noah to disavow this forecasters said Alabama was not in Hurricane Doreen path but this also comes at a time. We have a new poll showing that seventy one one percent of the American people don't trust most of what they hear from the White House well look I. I think we're used to it look. I'm supportive of President Trump's policies and I think those people who support trump agreed with most of his policies. They may not like style. They may not lie his so the things that he says when he says things that are not true they still like his policies. I'm not gonNA defend his comments about the storm heading towards Alabama I agree with what you just said but at the end of the day when it comes to voting people are going to look at policy and they're we're GONNA look at the alternative and there is a foreign policy implications of this as watch suggested turn to Iran for a second this is one of the big disagreements between President Trump and John Bolton whose national secured adviser no more president trump was asked about a potential meeting with Iran's leader the UN later this month and this is what he had to say the president you get arranging competing with Iranian president honey. I'm not looking at anything. That's the UN General Assembly.

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"biden warren" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on KCRW

"Why is that why are Biden Warren and Sanders now being talked about in those terms given that we still have five months before anyone votes in a primary. it's because of some of the trends in this race that at this point I have actually been pretty stable Joe Biden is the only candidate who's ever lead in the polls Elizabeth Warren is the only candidate who's ever consistently gain in the polls and Bernie Sanders clearly has a fairly high floor of support in this race that he can't drop too far because there is this faction on the left of the party that doesn't seem like it's ever going to desert him those are the three trends in this race that have been stable and consistent throughout the election those three candidates are all people who if you look today at their polling numbers at their financial numbers of the organization in the early states you can say that all three of them have a clear path to the nomination doesn't mean a strong past the nomination but I could explain to you if Bernie Sanders we're going to get nominated how he would do it if Elizabeth Warren was going to get nominated how it would happen Joe Biden is the easiest one to explain because he's currently the front runner you look at this second set of candidates people like comma Harris but Rourke fully on Castro Cory Booker for that larger group of candidates it's about seven or eight people they need something to change over the next few months and that's part of why the debates are so important at this stage in the race that when you look at the polling trends in this race the only candidate who has moved dig in the last three or four months was comma Harrison she moved up very significantly after that first debate and then she will very significantly down because the bounce from that debate kind of faded she did not fully capitalize on it and sustain it but if you are one of those candidates who's pulling right now at two three percent you look at somebody like comma Harris and you say I could do that I could have a big moment on a debate and suddenly go from three to thirteen and from then on who knows somebody like Elizabeth Warren pretty much did exactly this at an earlier point in this race that when she got into this thing she was pulling in the mid to low single digits but we knew she. a popular person among Democrats the Democrats liked her and they liked her a lot and they had a clear view of her as somebody who was a fighter against corporations a fighter for regular people and so her challenge was to say let's take that pool of people out there a big pool of people out there who like me and persuade them to vote for me it has to do that. well she has had this relentless campaign of ideas. from correction is real and this campaign that has mirrored those ideas and her stylistic approach to the race right that she is running as a populist he's running as a reformer so the question becomes what are we gonna do about it and my answer we attacked the corruption head on. and she has the ideas to back that up I have the biggest anti corruption bill since Watergate and she has the true camping methodology to back it up she's not holding fundraiser she does these enormous rallies and then follow them up with these endless endless photo lines right them people see all over social media a couple times a week like I said earlier if anyone wants to stay for a selfie also. would somebody like a cowl Harris or a better or rework or Cory Booker needs to achieve at some point if they're going to take off if. the daily is supported.

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President, Iran And Trump discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:23 min | 1 year ago

President, Iran And Trump discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"This truly successful g. seven there was tremendous unity president trump ending this year's g seven seven summit with his rendition of come by during a joint press conference with french president. We would have stayed for another hour. Nobody wanted to leave. We were accomplishing a lot but i think more importantly we were getting along very well. Seven countries but minutes later in a solo press conference the divide between trump and other world leaders on the the climate crisis iran and russia were on full display hours after skipping a meeting attended by other g seven leaders on the impact of climate change trump once again dismissing the crisis. He wants called a hoax. I'm not gonna lose that wealth. I'm not going to lose it on own dreams on windmills which frankly aren't working too well trashing the iran nuclear deal. He pulled the united states out of. I have to say the j. c. P. away was uh should not have been entered into this. As francis president emmanuel macron defended the deal by meeting with iran's foreign minister her on the sidelines of the summit as for the prospect that he might meet with ronnie and leaders trump initially wouldn't commit to a meeting but later warmed up to the idea. I think that there's a really good chance that we would trump continuing to push for russia to rejoin the g. Seven despite other world leaders not agreeing meantime with global markets influx as the trade war with china escalates the issue seem to dominate the summit china wants to make a deal and if we can we will make a deal. We'll see the president offering no apologies for his chaotic strategy to resolve the trade dispute gonna negotiate. It's done very well for me over the years and it's doing even better for the country tariffs escalate on both sides trump claiming without evidence that china is now ready to come to the table. I believe they want to do a deal. The tariffs of hit them very hard in a fairly short period of time and president trump said that he did not believe that this weekend was the right time to to meet with iran's foreign minister who was at the g. seven but he may have another chance emmanuel macron. France's president says he is working to broker another meeting between president trump up in iran in the next few weeks erica. We'll be watching for that abby. Thank you

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"biden warren" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"John mclaughlin. Birthday today? It means you should get the first question. All right. So, you know, is it going to help Democrats in California, when they gonna give health benefits for illegal immigrants, which is the new proposal like it's the proposal of comrade, the Blasios, New York or the wealth tax of Elizabeth Warren, or the seventy percent of personal income tax rate than ninety percent? Corporate rate is this going to sell overall because that's pretty much. Every democrat is absolutely not. It's not gonna sell, and if they think that, that's a way to reclaim the working middle class back from from President Trump. They're actually wrong because this one thing people in America, don't like because last time for years ago, we were appealing to people who were like one paycheck away from disaster. We got working class voters, whether it was the rust belt of the sun belt they came out of the heartland to vote for the president now. They're not only talking about turning things back. They're talking about raising taxes on them to pay for things for people that are here illegally that don't even vote. And maybe they'll let them vote. I don't know. But there it's gonna cause a real middle-class backlash against the Democratic Party. And I don't know what they think they can do where they're promising free to everybody in and the actual working taxpayers. Don't believe let me get a final thought Matt Towery. I think that I mean you mentioned earlier course, any election comes down to very last days. Predictions all feel strong about them anything happen. That's it this election will turn out to be a couple of things. One turnout. Obviously, that's always majors forced, how motivated are very sides. I think in the end, you're gonna have a lot of people Biden, and the nomination, you have more or extremist universal, candidate, pre-k, which equal I pay for thoroughly equal white expect right, to emerge, work is just you're a not women's gonna have issue. that in the class Those days that, are that, long that sort gone of swing when vote I saw that the the Democrats program for rely today, on I the thought past. the same thing They're you all not did, going to be which motivated is this to turn out the tolls Joe and Biden huge numbers. must really not like And to travel, if you. You don't and have an I African am demand American for that job because nominated the opposite of Donald historically, Trump we've is seen an Asian man that, who likes math. no matter what they Thank say, you very much. you don't have graphic push Love you that all. you saw Thank Barack you. Obama with President All right. Thank you Trump. have your crop The intensity of twenty is twenty just over candidates the top in and Iowa I expect that intensity over the weekend. to continue Some to of grow it very entertaining as now. and He's not under you assault have an I will everyday pull on this out impeachment the chose nonsense, and Joe the Muller Biden investigation, leading with and Sanders, the shoe but ends Warren up on the and other foot, mayor, and the other Pete side Buddha, is on the. judge All right. Thank you, are both for being gaining with a us little bit as of traction we get a snapshot in at view least that state star and counting down the Democrats days to twenty democratic twenty attacks and it's gonna now come have fast begun, and whose liberal enough watching these who's people more radical form this the circular most radical firing to squad take on and Donald Iowa Trump this week. It and was pretty entertaining. the only one All that right. Eight hundred took a, nine four one Sean you know, if you wanna a be realistic view a of beating part of this extravaganza. Donald Trump being hard was Bernie Sanders, which is pretty interesting. And of course, Biden was nowhere to be found, so you have almost even with Biden Warren is surging in Iowa poll. Not sure what that means we do have news News of ninety the big six announcement point five and accomplishment db. that, Oh, Orlando of course, turns first mayor for breaking Pete news, never really weather wants to talk traffic, about, apparently four hours a day. because he was able to It starts coax now. the Four thirty city of forty news five that hundred. six point five WDBO Undocumented storms, immigrants or dissipating in across south central bend Florida. of At least Indiana. for now just in time Out for of the the drive shadows, home, and help them the access forecast services and a look in at traffic is south coming up. bend. We continue And to what update he ended this up afternoon. doing Breaking was the first news of from its kind New York governmentally City, we endorsed now know privately the helicopter run program that crash, the top fifty that he four could tout.

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"biden warren" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"biden warren" Discussed on WTVN

"All right. Welcome back, a field of democratic presidential candidates starting to settle into tears. Welcome to NPR and blow it out your ass. Sorry. I don't know where they came from Joe Biden, leads the pack and Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buddha. Judge are in close competition for second place now twenty four percent of I was likely democratic caucus goers say, former vice president is biting is their first choice for president Sanders is the first choice for sixteen percent of poll respondents, while Warren, the Massachusetts Senator crazy woman and Buddha. Judge mayor of mayor of south bend or fifteen and fourteen percent respectively. Another candidate that cracks, the doub- double digits is no one, California Senator Kamala Harris comes closest at seven percent. Clo- char comes in at two percent has does Aurora who says we're just getting we're just getting started. We're just getting started. I know I, I mean it's it's a long road but you have to be on the roads nowhere. But I know you're just you're just getting started on your trip to nowhere. Now, this is what is this was happening? The, the interesting thing is Warren is the first choice among fifteen percent of the voters, second choice, among fourteen and thirty two percent are actively considering her, according to the latest polls that puts her at a virtual ties with Biden. Warren is also naked. Neck with Bernie Sanders and Buddha. Judge by remains at twenty four percent the clear front runner Sanders sixteen. So you're looking at this. The problem is, is that Sanders doesn't have a lot of people looking at him outside of the pool. So he's coming in second, but he's not he's never made people's second choice and that's really going to hurt him. Now Stu does his his weekly or or by monthly look at the polls at this point, and he takes into consideration. Lot of different things in pad has a look at that takes into consideration polling the prediction markets fundraising so much of they raised more the fundamentals, I'm not sure what goes into fundamentals media coverage and more. He's takes into account like thirty different categories. So there's a lot that goes into this, and then he rates. All the candidates on a score from zero to one hundred and coming in and number twenty four making his debut on the charts is Mike reveal now you might think I'm sorry. Who Mike reveal has not been around for a while. In fact, the month that Ronald Reagan moved into the White House for the first time Mike Grell was leaving his last government job. So that was nineteen eighty one. He was a Senator from Alaska from nineteen sixty nine to nineteen eighty one and has not been in public office since so, so wait. What did they dig him back his story? It's. He was drafted Glenn into this race. And when we drafted somebody asked him to run on social media once. So he jumped in so we jump did now. Mike is a youthful eighty nine years old meaning when he takes office, he'd be close to ninety one. So you talk about experience. Mike reveals got it in in spades. Well, at least just another white man, right? Exactly. Well, yes, he is. But he's at this point at this point east turning a little greenish. And blue in some areas, like his hair. Yes. But when asked what he'd do to change the country? Grell was quoted as saying. So I'm kinda sold. What we should do is find the oldest living human being in the United States, and just anoint Amar leader. You know, at least then he'd have an excuse for all the madness that spills out of him. And you just go well he's old. So, of course, he feels that way. So maybe maybe this guy can we skip up to the relevant play? I mean sure it's. Bell's. Not relevant. Yes, that's exactly what I'm saying. Wow. All right. Well, let's, let's then move up to what the top ten. All right. See coming in at number ten. It's, it's a long way to scroll Hooley and Castro is the first one in the top ten at number ten he was tenth last time. He's tenth now he's at thirty four point five percent. Now, his claim to fame is he was mayor of San Antonio years ago. And then he was the HUD director for a while. So his big deal is let's fight for fifteen dollars. That's big. Big campaign issue is we're gonna do the minimum wage at fifteen dollars an hour. So good luck for closing down every single fast food, joint in America. Yeah. No. I have you been to McDonald's lately that barely needs people anymore. I will tell you that I don't think that's his that only gives his big deal, I think is big deal is I'm young. I'm good looking. And I've been groomed by the Obama administration to a young good looking Hispanic candidate, he's, he's really though despite all of that, that he has going for him. And he did seem to be he did seem to be like the heir-apparent to Obama for at one point, they, they used to talk about him as if he was. He was the next big thing, and that just hasn't really materialized for yet. I don't think you can do that anymore. Speech by Mitt Romney. And I thought that seems like so nineteen sixty five though I just don't yeah, it just doesn't seem like those are the kind of people that are going to be leading us. Kirsten gillibrand is number nine. She was ninth last time to she's at thirty six point seven. This is a big New York, Senator. Done. She's just I think she's already done. Yeah. I think she's out of this thing before it, even starts showers at number eight forty one point nine rating. Now she supposed to be the moderate in this race. But nobody knows anything about her unless you live in Minnesota. And so she's getting traction, either. Thank god. We don't that. Yes. Cory Booker fifty one fifty one point six percent number seven. He's a big gun control guy in fact would confiscate guns if it was up to him. He is he said, so he would he would go door to door perhaps, and remove guns from people's homes, which would well with the way things are going. Now it will be up to the next president. Whether we have guns or not. Yeah, I mean that's kind of the system we're headed for is like, hey, what do you want to do today? I don't know. Let's, let's ban. All people who are left handed. Okay. Number six Robert Francis, o Rourke, who has lost as you mentioned a ton of momentum. He's gone backwards from about thirteen percent to now two percent. Nationally. He's at two or three percent. Nationally started. Getting started going back where he is. You're right he'll be zero before too long. I. Scott, some serious momentum. Did you see the turnout at the church, he spoke at yesterday in Iowa? Nobody there. No one was there. And it's interesting that hit happened to be in Waterloo, Iowa. That means Waterloo. Going the wrong way at number five on the list of stews list of power rankings. Elizabeth Warren who actually does seem to have some momentum going forward. I thought she was done from the beginning, but she's actually kind of kicked into gear with this. I have a plan for that thing. She's got a plan for everything. And if there's one thing I love, it's a government intervention in every aspect of our lives. I think we're all looking for that right now. So she's at number five at fifty three point four percent. Comma, Harris is at number four, sixty five point nine percent. She wants equal pay for women. Of course. She's she continues to, to beat that dead horse that women make seventy nine cents on the dollar for every, every dollar that men make and dishonest. I can't take the dishonesty of of, of either side. But it's usually the left that is just wind people well to the extent that even the Washington Post has discredited and giving it to or three Pinocchio. They've called it essentially ally. The it's, it's not true. There's too many factors that go in that they don't take into account and they continue to hammer these numbers that just aren't accurate at number three. Yeah. Can I can I tell you this is this is so ridiculous. I just listening to you say, even the Washington Post gave it to or three Pinocchio 's. The fight for our country's life it. And they got gotta Pinocchio on that one. This is ridiculous. All right. We'll get back to the top three and the lung distance dedication in one minute. Yeah. Yeah, yeah..

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