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"blasios" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"But you know of course when they're busted when you say you know something you are really doing a pretty terrible job okay. They're just going to look to blame everything under the sun except their own stupid communist policies and it's and you know what it is a shame joe were has worked in newark for years. I've worked in new york for years. And you wanna know what for all its problems. I really love new york city. Okay i always love going. New york is a ghost town right now. I leave my house to go to work in the afternoon. And i'm in the parking garage in twenty minutes because nobody there's nobody going in there. There's nobody on the street. There's nobody in the you know what it's like. We love talking about movies. It's like the movie twenty eight days later. Okay when the character wakes up in the hospital and he can't find anybody in the starts walking through the city of london yelling. Hello hello and you don't see anybody that's new york city for you right now and it's damn shame again ben. Dommage is basically blasting andrew. Cuomo 'cause he's saying he's denying science and closing the new york city schools. This is what he had to say. Said the responsibility really is. His people are looking to our political leaders in this moment for responsible. Leadership not lost her not hiding from the actual consequences of their decisions. Schools are essential and operating in other countries without any significant without any significant spread and cuomo's decision to shut them down contradict science. You look across the atlantic and you see france and germany. They are experiencing significant spikes right now. They are locking down a lot of things. You know what they're not locking and closing down schools school salmon each says noting that research suggests that this is not a major spread of the virus. Yet it will penalize kids yet. The poor will be affected the most. Because i've said this on this show in the past. And i'm gonna say it again do you think brick layer is gonna come home say as a gifted kid is going to come home and is kid in advanced chemistry lists and giuseppe the bricklayer. Okay relies on the school to send his trial to his gifted child and your example and he doesn't have the time we're even if he was able to join us in the giuseppi bricklayer gets up at five o'clock in the morning to go to work to go lay bricks..
As COVID-19 Cases Rise, NYC's Mayor Aims To Rollback Reopening
"New York's Mayor Bill de Blasio says he may need to rewind. That's his word the city's reopening the rate of positive corona virus tests has been rising in some of new in some of the city's neighborhoods. Here's NPR's Joel rose for months new. York City has been moving cautiously toward reopening in person learning and indoor dining just resumed last week but on Sunday Mayor Bill De Blasio reluctantly announced a step back today unfortunately. Is Not a day for celebration. Today is more difficult day to Blasio says, he's asking the state for permission to shut down schools and non essential businesses in an area that covers nine zip codes where a higher percentage of corona virus tests are coming back positive to Blasios says, that's an indication that community spread is growing. Again, the pains me to be putting forward this approach that will need in some parts of our city. In Brooklyn Queens were having an extraordinary problem something, we haven't seen since the spring many of the affected neighborhoods have large Orthodox Jewish communities, and some community leaders have criticized the city health department for not giving local leaders a bigger role in the Corona Virus Response Avi Greenstein is the CEO of the Borough Park Jewish community council in Brooklyn. He spoke to NPR's all things considered last week. We can definitely see an increase in the number of mask-wearing in the Ballpark community the result of the community organizing trying to encourage family members of importance of wearing masks and wearing masks. They're not wearing city health officials say they've been trying for weeks to hand out more masks and encourage social distancing in these neighborhoods. But positively, rates did not get better doctor. Jay Varma is with the New York City Health Department. Once you get to a level where there was widespread transmission, you need to reduce the amount of contact that individuals and households are having with each other under the city's plan about three hundred schools would close the majority of. Them Private Schools Including Your Sheba's the plan still requires permission from the state on. Sunday New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued his own warning that the state plans to begin enforcing social distancing rules more vigorously, this state is going to start direct enforcement in these hotspots zip codes local businesses veteran violation of the law will be fined and can be closed. CUOMO says he's most worried about hot spots in New York City and its suburbs Joel rose NPR news.
"blasios" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"It isn't going to be. The last act of criminality is the first one we're going to go after because David Dinkins had a theory. He called venting. And it caused the Crown Heights, and the Washington heights riots. They let it go on for three days. And by the time. Ray Kelly had a stove. In Crown Heights many many Jewish people have been killed. Many have been beaten kind of a program. The same thing in Washington. Heights! And that's essentially what happened to us. All those democratic cities. In Minnesota enforce the law for three or four days. In New York I. Mean I have pictures? Of. People. GOING, into, store! Walking out with television walking out, liquor. And the cops are watching. Constant not observers of crime. But not the record the crime. The data stop it. Can, you talk a little bit about the ranch and the? Difficulty. They had exactly I've maintained that these riots. In part because by. The boy mayor of of Minneapolis. Who let them take over the police precinct? Once you let them take over police brutality. That affects everybody all over the country. All these ANTIFA groups black lives matter groups. Man Let's see if we can push our police department like that and what they found were and I say this. Not to be partisan just to be accurate. They found that to be true and democratic city. Democratic mayors were afraid to confront them. Because, they're afraid of the base going against. They made a political calculation about the enforcement of the law rather than protecting their citizens. That's disgraced. Yeah, can you talk a little bit about the tension that exists right now between the New York police, department, and to Blasios. Because I've got a couple of contacts there who I mean, they're ready to revolt against the guy like it is a extraordinary mess right now. They believed that his incompetence. Puts their lives at risk. They believe that his big mouth. Is condemning them. This goes back to the very beginning with two police officers called Ramos Blue When there were riots in Baltimore. And! Shooting big mouth off. Said something about our police department, also having problems of racism. You didn't reflect on the fact that his police department is not a majority white police department anymore. That combination of Dinkins Koch and me. We gave Bloomberg..
Lifeguards union says de Blasio pool plan is dead in water
"Welcome to CAP. CAST is June one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand and twenty. Here is your news from around the world. Kind of Kinda works imagine if we had like a bad. Like some kind of channel, six or something. The New York Post Nolan Hicks of the New York Post is reporting that the lifeguards union has said no to build a Pasi does plan actually the New York Post, so let's go ahead and read the headline because that's that's what they do. Best Lifeguards Union says to Blasios Pool. Plan is dead in water. Like. So here's here's what no one has to say. Cools out for summer. There is little chance. The big apple will be able to open its outdoor public pools this summer. Do staffing shortages and training snafus despite Mayor Bill De Blasio, publicly floating the notion in recent days, according to the head of the union, representing city lifeguards. Just WanNa editorialize for a second. This is why I love the post even when they're like reporting there still so much editorial just baked. Like the Pun about bill, De, Blasio floating public notions. Quote I'm not hopeful pools. Sorry excited on that hopeful, the pools is and said Hair Henry Gerardo. President of AF. District thirty seven, who said the coronavirus pandemic has delayed and complicated training so badly. That is unlikely they can get staff certified in time. I don't think we'll be ready to have enough personnel to do the training and get them certified in time for the Pool Story Open. He told the post quote. Instead he said the city and the union have focused their efforts on getting lifeguards ready to patrol city beaches, offering some hope that New Yorkers will be able to find some escape from Gotham off swelling summers. Interesting sentence the parks. Department fifty three outdoor pool has been a staple of summer life for decades attracting more than one point seven million visitors during the summer of two thousand nineteen alone quote, we are currently training lifeguards in order to open our beaches for swimming, if and when it becomes safe, says city hall spokesperson John Jane May Meyer quote. We continue to recruit and train lifeguards and are assessing. If it is possible to open pools this summer end quote wanted to bring the story up because New York. City has some of the most pools per capita anywhere in the world. There's a lot of people in a very small area and I. Don't know if you've been to New York in the summer. Have you ever been to New York in the summer before now, but I've seen movies it's. Looks uncomfortable. Talk Shit Right? Yeah, it's it's hot. It smells like urine. I've heard that a lot. Like, like the urine. Smell really comes out in the summertime. Hug. It really does it off an especially. If it's like just started to rain, because then it likes teams and you're. To Crow But this is, this is a really big issue. I mean the lifeguard shortage around the country is impacting a lot of places in their ability to open ever GonNa get a little later in the stories like the time line to get people in the door has been pushed so far down the line that we find ourselves. Potentially, not able to open spaces that should be allowed to be open if you don't have enough lifeguards to sit in tower, no city or town is going to open up their aquatic facility, so I have a feeling what we're seeing in New York is going to be the same repeating story in a lot of other places around the country. Talking about public pools. So! Lifeguards Union in New York, city, so like any pool needs to have lifeguards, and within certain like obviously private clubs are an exception, but any public facility has to have lifeguards there within this union. And in order to be a union member, there's all the stuff that you have to do and in order to qualify just to be a lifeguard. There's a lot of stuff that you have to do to. So. By them saying they're going to focus on opening up the beaches. That's probably because they can. I have more of a capacity of people at a beach than they can add a public pool, so they're. They're trying to triage their resources to the place where the feel they can give the most people the most released. Okay come say who's really dying to go back to a public pool like. Let's let's. Have you been to put to public fault. Me Personally Yeah. Santa Cruz? Cabrillo is the closest, and that's not even public. Grafton Sale. But I used to live back east, and my family's from back there in like there are community pool is all over the place like that is people. When people live in apartments, they can't have pools. Most apartment buildings can't facilitate like a pool on the roof or something so you're kinda limited to twenty four hour, fitness or New York, Sport Club or wherever?
Giant Pandas Finally Mate After Being Married In Catholic Ceremony
"Some exciting news from Hong Kong. Conservation Center Ocean Park after refusing to engage in sexual activity for ten years due to their devout Catholic faith, the Centers Pandas Yingying and leave finally made it after officially tying knot in a traditional Catholic ceremony, the two pandas Yin Yang a male age twelve and Lee aged ten made the rare promise to each other, not to mate, until they were sanctioned as husband and wife by a Catholic priest OPR correspondent pots joins us. US Now with the latest thanks for having me Leslie Alan, there's certainly been a lot of joy around this long-awaited moment. Can you tell us a little about the pandas pressures to mates, and how their faith has played a role in this? Absolutely, the two pandas have been a couple for nearly six years, which is about as long as they've been at the conservation center conservationist have pressured them to mate to help the panda population, but due to the pandas. Pandas Devout Catholic faith the to refuse to partake in any sexual activity outside the holy bonds of marriage. It is twenty twenty. Though. Couldn't they do the deed? If they knew they were going to marry each other? Anyway, you know test the car before you drive it so to speak well many follow that line of thinking. Yes, but according to sources close to the pandas ying and Lee both feared for their souls, and the eternal damnation, they could be bringing. Bringing upon themselves if they acted on their carnal desires, they both believed that sex was meant only for the act of creating life under the holy bond of marriage. You mentioned they were facing pressures to mate. What kind exactly at first the handlers would leave them alone together for extended periods of time when they were both in heat, but according to sources being put in that tempting environment, just allowed their faith to grow stronger. Here's head conservationist Li Chen. Spent years showing them other pandas, mating pumping putative female fair moans into the males living quarters, and even tried central music at one point. We thought they were perhaps developmentally challenged, but we simply did not realize how serious maintaining chastity was to the pandas. To See, such a pious act of restraint in today's Times was remarkable, and did they ever come close to breaking their promises to God? There was some finger and mouse stuff one week, but they clearly felt guilty about it. The whole month afterward, both self flagellated long into the night, and how did park officials finally convinced them to take the plunge in tie the knot well, it had to be a real Catholic ceremony in a church done by a priest, so they needed to be transported crate. They also require the ceremony to be in Latin, but all in all. It was a beautiful service. Here's audio from the very end of the ceremony in nominate Patrice at Philly. Too To On May. The Lord's blessing be upon you I. Now pronounce you. Hand. And Panda Baby. They're really getting after it. Yeah, reports from those in attendance, said the meeting only lasted about fifteen seconds, but they're hoping it will be better when it's time to meet again next year. Well, if my parents are any indication union lay won't be happy until they have fourteen kids to dump their insecurities onto when their children are most vulnerable. Thanks for the report Alain. That's OPR's Allen pots back in a moment. I don't know about you, but that last story got me so hot and bothered. The only thing I can do now is abused myself with more news. Here's what else you need to know today. New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio is out of the hospital today. After being beaten unconscious by police last week for being out after curfew before blasios lifted the citywide curfew last weekend, NYPD officers found him out on the street shortly after nine pm on Saturday and beat him to a bloody pulp before pepper, spraying his lifeless face, the blasios reportedly regained a majority of motor functions and today thank the city's police force for beating him within an inch of his life, and his applauding them for showing the restraint and not finish him off.
Looking Through the Disparate Responses to COVID-19 in the US
"Want to begin putting this response to the virus in the context of what we've already talked about on the portal in particular the disc or distributed idea suppression complex introduced. An episode. Eighteen appears to be in full swing. So how do we know that this is happening? Well twitter and this is just as an example has now refined their terms of service to broaden their definition of harm itself to address in their words and I quote content that goes directly against guidance from authoritative sources of global and local public health information rather than reports. We will enforce this in close coordination with trusted partners including public health authorities and governments and continue to use and consult with information from those sources when reviewing content. Under this new guidance we will require people to remove tweets now of course the pandemic that sound sensible at least my ears in such a situation who wants marginal gadflies like I duNNo. Mike Serna the infamous Mench Small Bug Aka. Courtesy Arvind contradicting the mayor of New York City. Bill de Blasios or The Washington Post in time crying out for coordinated authoritative response. Well here's the awkward part many of the people who call this epidemic early incorrectly. Where the very marginal Internet personalities that the Legacy Media folks love to deride as trolls gadflies as for the mayor of New York City after certification mold buckhead correctly called for drastic action. Bill de Blasios wrote. I'm encouraging New Yorkers to go on with your lives in get out on the town despite coronavirus and that was an early March a sentiment that was echoed by the Washington Post that viewed concern over the virus as a kind of neurosis that had to be addressed. Psychologically in short the gated institutional narrative or Jin was not close to being the first to see. Cova is the giant threat requiring a planetary response. It was those outside the Jin that not only saw this early but proved that it was able early by many different individuals who generally seem to sit outside the institutional and respectable worlds. So just. Why was this well first of all? The portal has argued many times before that we have had an almost universally unworkable leadership class now in place for just under fifty years that it arose to disguise the end of the post war economic growth regime. This is a collection of people who have re factored the institutions that they've lead within our system specifically to evade the embedded growth obligations or egos. That were set in the previous era. And who rewarded each other? Generally for doing exactly the wrong things in terms of the public good with an end to mandatory retirement the same people have been promoted for borrowing against the future and playing games of Russian roulette with financial markets healthcare while self-dealing within the system that they were handed stewards for the generations to come serving a false god fake economic efficiency that reliably and deliberately fails to adequately incorporate actual economics like negative externalities von Neumann Morgenstern sub utility functions principal agent problems moral hazard etcetera etcetera are ubiquitous. Economists have hidden behind the mask of technocrats working for the public good while merely pretending to practice their own profession healthcare mandarins to regularly ignore the warnings. Coming out of their own literature. I mean heading over to Google scholar which readiness czar or hospital head could forget. Titles like mechanical ventilation in an airborne epidemic by Fula in two thousand and eight or preparing intensive care for the next pandemic influenza by Taylor Kane and Robert Fowler in two thousand nineteen. Were those back to back. Hits of Meltzer at all stockpiling ventilators for influenza pandemics and estimates of the demand for mechanical ventilation in the United States during an influenza pandemic in two thousand seventeen in two thousand fifteen respectively in short we got here not because we couldn't foresee this future in fact we extensively studied it. We got here because we decided to ignore the future that we knew was coming. The specific class of people that we had the helm of our institutions were constitutionally incapable of putting their foot down and asserting that we needed deeper reserves in order to handle what they called surge capacity. So do I know what's going on? I said during the section of our last episode still holds true this week my continuing discussions with a number of people. I respect deeply seems surprisingly inconclusive. To me even at this late date so my mind wanders to the second order question of why it would be so difficult to sketch straightforward narrative to guide us in fact Dr Peter at his most recent video evidence of some of this confusion where he shares that as a physician. He feels so spun around what he is hearing that even he is forced to think in political rather than medical or scientific terms to explain the situation to oversimplify slightly. There are three great risks with the CO virus. One of underreaction. One of overreaction. In one of inappropriate reaction the threatens an enormous body count from the virus severe respiratory and other damage to many of the recovered. The second threatens a worldwide depression which could well lead to armed clashes and even wars various sizes. The last leads to many of our efforts being wasted or even captured by profiteers at a time when we are demanded not too deeply question the coordinating authorities and oddly. We are being prepared to participate in both under and overreactions simultaneously. Just as many of us are worrying about allegations of financial assistance that are now valued in the trillions. I mean this is crazy at some level. No we are somehow discussing ill-conceived multi trillion dollar systems packages at the same time as we are being ready to go back to work while also hearing that. New York is now apocalyptic I mean that's pretty confusing. We are going to transfer vast amounts of wealth. So please know that everything will fine when you get back to work shortly. But in the meantime the borough of Queens is experiencing armageddon even by highschool dating standards. That's a lot of mixed and conflicting messages now. What could explain this odd state of affairs? I found myself compelled by very simple idea from his grip. I cannot easily escape. The ideas straightforward. What if our leadership is treating this as much as an accountability crisis as a medical one when it comes to their actions. I mean what if the issue over which we are being quarantined isn't actually the number of deaths trying to prevent but the type of deaths perhaps there is one special category of death then that our leaders are more afraid of than all others for reasons of accountability rather than simple loss of life in order to explore. This idea might help to make it somewhat. Concrete therefore imagine that you had drafted a blank tweets on twitter called New York Blue Death List for at least Myrlie well known accounts that you follow from New York state that eventually brought low by the Kovic virus and that initially has no other content. Of course it would start out blank but now imagine that every time one of these account owners dies of. Kovic you plan to add them to your soon to be growing list. That's pretty morbid. But Hey it's now. A pandemic after all oddly. These aren't even really the death that I'm talking about quite yet. Perhaps the first few are old people who have lived long and full lives but as your list begins to fill up there may come a first gruesome death it happened to vital younger person who desperately needed a ventilator or an ICU. Bed or a train MD or nurse to have a fighting chance. Let us call these triage death. If they result from a missing resource that could have and should have been stocked for just such emergencies. These losses are beginning to outline the class of death. That I believe me. Now be driving this difficult. Understand response from our political and medical leadership while deaths from the virus may be tragic. These specific triage deaths may be considered career ending deaths of accountability for medical scientific business and political leaders who specifically failed to heed warnings from the group studying our preparedness as such they may have mattered most in determining the shape of our current response as they are all death. The come from failing to implement copious previous work in identifying vulnerabilities meant to shape our disaster preparedness. These would be quite bad because they would involve people that we feel. We know but it could actually get much worse for our leaders than that if you were now to swap out the blue check requirement and exchange it instead for the most sympathetic person. You could imagine what happens when death swoops down on a young girl of eight named arena. Who needs a ventilator desperately but can't get one or perhaps the entire Gomez family is turned away from Queens Johar or made to wait for ICU. Beds that never materialized while there's still time to save three out of their four members. I mean what if it is these triage death which are actually closer to negligent homicide than mere viral losses. That are actually terrifying our leaders into Jakonen action rather than the total number of dead as they say. This hypothesis has the advantage of at least being consistent with the otherwise confusing and seemingly conflicting themes develop before burdens from our leaders who were caught having utterly failed in their mission to keep us prepared would have to be shifted onto our entire society as a whole think about it. The public would be asked for broad participation in something like flatten the curve and why to cover for the lack of the same. Icu beds masks. P P in ventilators that were called for in numerous academic papers over the last twenty years studying just such viral pandemic scenarios. I mean it's really quite close as the authorities now scramble at top speed to finally get the missing resources in place that should have been banked all along they would also simultaneously be preparing us to go back to work to risk regular viral rather than triage deaths. Just as soon as the shortfalls could be made up as there doesn't seem to be a highly credible plan to defeat the virus
Special Interview With Professor Scott Lucas On How Coronavirus Is Being Handled
"Now across the pond the US is also in crisis management mode at the helm a man. Who's long suggested? He's just the person to have around when back against the wool President Donald Trump but despite his early dismissals of the gravity of the global pandemic the chance to become in effect. A wartime president seems to have shifted his tone somewhat. But and it's a question we've asked before is rhetoric enough it's a question before of Scott Lucas the US politics professor at University of Birmingham and he joins me now. Good morning to you Scott. I guess that's the question first of all empty words again from trump or does he have the stomach for this kind of fight the very best thing that could be done right now in the United States as the corona virus Surgeons there is Donald. Trump is put into self-isolation Either he removes himself or officials effectively. Push him off to the side. Because you've mentioned roderick is not just the factor it's rhetoric that trump has issued a series of false statements damaging statements in recent days that he's refused to take vital action needed for example to try to get medical supplies to states and it really is up to others in the administration. Vice President. Mike Pence the chief doctor in the Administration Anthony Fauci to stop as well as all those state and local leaders who have been taking the steps that have mattered so far. It's interesting. Isn't it if we talk about playing politics with something that's more important than that. You've got Democrats blocking legislation. That would potentially pump a great deal of money into the US economy. But they're saying look. The Republican bill is itself Skewed it's politically biased. It's favoring corporate interests the usual rhetoric. How is it possible that we've having these kind of political? Footballs kicked around when the stakes. So high I think is really important to get the rips on. What's happening with that package about one? Point eight trillion dollars that's being discussed in the US Senate and it was held up last night. And that is it's not a question of blaming one side or the other that's when you play politics. The Senate Republicans have put more emphasis on bailing out. Businesses including sectors such as airlines Democrats. Were saying that you need to have some type of check on type on that money that it isn't just simply a giveaway at the same time you need to protect workers including those who are losing their jobs and most importantly to protect families who are affected by corona virus. So it's a question striking a balance between those two And again even as the bill was held up from final approval yesterday Chuck Schumer the Senate Majority Leader was say he expects that there will in fact being agreement within forty eight hours Scott. It's pretty hard to ask you. Who will be happy with situation as it stands because it seems like probably nobody Maybe it's more Germane to ask. Who's MOST UNHAPPY? Cuomo is not happy. Blasios not happy. There's people who are trying to get things done and they're all not happy. What do we go from here? I'm going to check politics at the door on that question when you talk about what state local leaders are facing such as an Andrew Cuomo New York such as the governor of Illinois such as the governor of Washington State Jay Inslee when you talk about equally important all those officials all those doctors. Those nurses are on the front line. They earn a life threatening situation because they do not have protective supplies. And of course Americans who were being treated or in a life threatening situation because the country not prepared for Corona Virus. Now we can cast blame for why the country was not prepared but it is a central now that all of the blame game is put aside and that in fact this country goes onto a quo as you put it wartime footing but one in which he gets leadership from those who will lead if not necessarily the man in the White House Sco. I couldn't agree with that sentiment but it does rather is it a challenging question. Which is this election season? How on earth do you fight a presidential campaign especially with The incumbent being the type of character he is given the situation your describe him. It's it's GonNa continue not nevertheless as we head towards the autumn. How can this possibly work in any way before in terms of the campaign? You'll have to ask. Joe Biden. Her Bernie Sanders on the democratic side. But my opinion is you don't and in fact. In recent days Bernie Sanders has turned over his campaign to fundraising for Corona virus and for meetings on Corona virus. Joe Biden is going to start making statements about corona virus to call for the leadership. That's needed in other words. Even as Donald Trump might go to twitter. And talk about the fact that you know. He's Hashtag winning campaigning. Ineffective suspended here and then we'll get to the question the summer about making preparations for the election. And you might as well prepare yourself. This election may have to take place and be the first first vote which is held by national postal ballot. That'd be pretty extraordinary skull and I'm always intrigued to know to wear one should look for Guidance I if not for president in these kind of situations score is there a time again outside of wartime that one can look to see how domestic politics function and frankly how society continues to function given the pressures you talked about the risks to frontline staff to vulnerable people reassurance? It I mean if you can there are precedents one can look at for how the US has got on top of problems like this. I mean this is unprecedented in the sense that we haven't had a pandemic since the influence outbreak after World War. One it killed tens of millions of people That we haven't had a situation outside of wartime in this sense that this is happening in twenty four seven social media minute by minute second by second in that adds a dimension to it. But here's the reassurance because I'm seeing it here in the UK as well as the US and that is at a time when others may not lead at a time when others may deceive or may rant about the media and about their political foes in community after community. I'm seeing people that are helping neighbors that are sacrificing themselves from delivering post from serving in hospitals from providing essential protection and it is at the community grassroots level that the heroes are going to be fine found and it is those actions those individual actions that you don't get in the headlines that I think made the difference in date that's hope so scholars. Thanks for joining us this morning.
Democrats face off for fourth round of debates
"One of eight hundred of the remaining critic debates are taking place thick of this i believe that there's what twenty debates left for real i said arab for real we have like twenty debates left for real healthy twenty more of these people unbelievable i think we do have twenty left something like that that was over reading so how many people are at the debate nelson first of all we're going to watch it tonight for you we watch it we'll watch it so you don't after that's our that's our motto today for pet unleashed we watch it so you don't have to but i and and by the way that's if you think good grant money stuff sit through these debates harder than that my friend it's it's it's nauseating are welcome now according to this story we gonna have a oh bennett joe by cory booker castro castro tulsi gabbard if she doesn't boycott the blasio he's out the right yeah he's so he's not even on this i mean he's interested they have de blasio but he's out they have gillibrand they have kamala harris have ansley he's still in sure okay yeah he's andrew yang no stall well and they they i think governor luck is going to be there too so that's ten or eleven you said they were going to be twelve you told me earlier today there's going to be twelve so what the heck is going on what the there's gonna be i mean these are the people in charge of our budget so it's no surprise they can't count in fact i've closed the game we know that we know that us gab is gonna show up shoes just teasing her core she's she has to but for sure blasios out he's already said he's already gone so anyway the people that are gonna show up for this round that have sixty five thousand unique donors or gotten support from at least one son of voters in at least three national or state polls okay i don't know what list you're looking at that has de blasio on okay okay so who's there biden book right but a judge threw harris closure o'rourke sanders star tom steyer warren yang gabbard
"blasios" Discussed on Meet the Press: The Lid
"Welcome to live from meet the press. I'm Mark Murray so personally. I'm an early bird. I like to arrive early news events to get a front row seat at briefings. I show up early to sporting events in fear that I might miss the opening pitcher kickoff and I- routinely I show up at gatherings or classes early just so I'm not that guy who's late like in the movie risky business. You are absolutely absolutely right to respond this way. I I did not have a doctor's appointment but I'll tell you exactly what happened. An excuse seat nurse bullock right right unexcused. I failed to terms. It'll wreck my whole point now. That's not everyone's approach and I get it. Some like to be fashionably late late. Different Strokes for different folks semi right but there is a central logic behind showing up early you ensure you don't get left out and that to me. He is the lesson behind New York City Mayor Bill Blasios quick exit from the twenty twenty presidential race which he announced today this Friday de Blasios who arguably has the nation second hardest job at American politics is New York City mayor announced his presidential bid on May sixteenth making him among the last entrance at the twenty twenty democratic race. He qualified barely for the first two democratic debates didn't make the third it was almost oh certainly not to qualify for the fourth in October. His campaign lasted just four months a New York minute in politics and get this among among the six. Democrats who have quit the twenty twenty presidential race five of them announced their bids after February when the likes of Elizabeth Warren Hulan Castro Kamala Harris Pete Buddha Judge Cory Booker Amy Klobuchar in Bernie Sanders were already in the contest. The lone exception here is Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Iran who formed her exploratory committee on January fifteenth but dropped out last month since it was clear she wasn't going to make September's debate but that's it the team that's got in the earlier they could start raising money and boosting their name identification especially given the polling and fundraising requirements is to make the debates but if you got in later and your name wasn't Joe Biden but it was instead Jay Inslee who got in on March first or John Hickenlooper on March fourth earth or Eric Swale will on April eight or Seth Moulton April Twenty second or even Bill De Blasio may sixteenth you had a much harder time to qualify and those folks are no longer in the race and that's the current challenge for other late birds like Montana Governor Steve Bullock and Senator Michael Bennet who who still are in the contest both of them had legitimate reasons for starting late bullock hottest state legislative sessions to deal with and he didn't get in until may fourteen gene and Bennett had surgery to remove prostate cancer. He didn't start until may second but the game from the very beginning benefited those those who got in early the early birds for the most part got the better chance at eating that proverbial worm. That's good for us. We'll be back next week and I as I hope to get an early start on this weekend in September be sure to download us on your favorite podcast APP.
NYC Sues Chipotle, Accuses Food with Integrity Chain of Violating Labor Laws
"Business Wars daily is sponsored by audible audible has the world's largest selection of audio books and Audio Entertainment Start Listening with a thirty day audible trial by visiting audible dot com slash B w daily or by texting. Bw Daily to five hundred five hundred from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Tuesday September seventeenth. chipotle is struggling with mismatch between mean. It's branding and reality. At least that's how some observers might see it earlier. This month. chipotle launched a publicity stunt that poked fun at our thieving ways it turns out that customers especially college kids often steal certain things at chipotle particularly little bottles of Tabasco sauce which chipotle conveniently offers on the counter alongside. It's plastic forks the chain goes through five and a half million bottles of hot sauce every year enda tons of plastic forks to sure they could try to shrink the theft by reserving Tabasco only for those who requested but where would the fun be in and that instead they embraced are larceny to celebrate back to school. Season Chipotle is offering free delivery on Sundays through the end of September with with a cheeky bonus to the first fifty people who took them up on the offer that bonus the things you borrow kit meaning of course the things you steal it contain contain piles of Napkins extra forks and yeah two bottles of Tabasco Sauce. The kids came in plain brown boxes wrapped in tape marked property of chipotle's lake. You could even order them online for free but the limited supply disappeared as fast as a stash of hot sauce japodlay brands itself as the food with integrity chain. This stunned allowed them to play up at branding. I mean on the one hand advertise free hot sauce on another sustain the comic approach to marketing here's the problem to make purpose driven branding work all parts of your operation have to be in sync and on September tenth the city of New York supposedly for allegedly violating the the city's fair workweek law more than thirty workers from a handful of Brooklyn locations had filed complaints with the city sank japodlay had violated the city law demands predictable schedules bills for fast food workers. That's according to Mayor Bill De Blasio's office employee said japodlay managers often change their schedules at the last minute gave them no notice of those changes and failed to pay premiums for them. They also accused the company of demanding that employees close a store at night and then open it the next morning the law requires wires the employee's consent for those kinds of back toback shifts. Finally the city also accused the Brooklyn locations of having an illegal sick leave policy de Blasios administration is seeking more than a million dollars in penalties. The city is also investigating labor practices at eighteen chipotle's in other parts of Manhattan. Japodlay says it's cooperating with the city and that filing charges was unnecessary. The accusations however prompted the New York Daily News to call the chain burrito bullies. He's the stock market reacted quickly sending share prices down about five percent shares had been soaring because reportedly had grown. It's digital business at a sizzling pace hace sparked by funny tactics like the things you borrow campaign just last week chipotle was named as Americans favorite fast casual Mexican restaurant for the third year year in a row according to a New Restaurant Industry Survey Chipotle as biggest competitor as it has been for years is Cuba chipotle's latest flap could cause some customers customers to switch to Cuba although most people still choose their tacos and Burritos for flavor convenience and price the fine line that you police walking walking is by branding itself as both honest and healthy no matter whether chipotle is proven right or wrong in New York City's lawsuit the difficulty of balancing on that fine vine purpose driven line has become apparent used to be that it wasn't easy being green now. It seems it's not easy making a big deal about integrity less you. I can assure it in every corner of Your Business for chipotle this new labor law suit could prove even hotter than hot sauce in its things you've are from wondering this is business wars day. Hey listen if you like our shows Sharon episode Fred why Mike I'm James Easy to do right from those podcast APPS. Thanks about Chop David Brown back with you tomorrow. Today's episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by audible. Audible has the world's largest selection of audio books and audio entertainment right now. I'm listening to audible original called it burns the scandal plagued race to breed the world's hottest Chili. It's wild. It's funny and it's about got so much more than Chili's with a convenient audible APP. You can listen anytime anywhere on any device Mobile Alexa Enabled Bluetooth and a whole lot more as a member. You can uneasily exchange any title. You don't love it anytime plus. You get to keep your library of license. 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Obama legacy takes friendly fire in debate attacks on Joe Biden
"The Democratic Two thousand twenty hopefuls are back on the trail after this week's C._N._N.. Debates they turned against one another on the debate stage but some of them also turned against former President Barack Obama. Let's bring Siennas. Jessica Dean Joe Biden. He's hitting back today specifically on that that's exactly right wolf the former vice president expressing surprise today fellow Democrats Attack Barack Obama's record and he's once again making his argument that his views not the more left for policy proposals from his opponents represent the majority of Democratic voters tonight former Vice President Joe Biden and California Senator Kamala Harris back on the trail hours after sparring at the C._N._N.. Debate and Detroit Biden saying the level of criticism directed at parts of former president it Barack Obama's record last night was unexpected. I must tell you I was a little surprised at how much incoming was <hes> about Barack about the president. I mean <hes> I. I'm proud of his servant on my proud of the job he did including the attack on mass deportations by the Obama Administration that criticism Zim coming from Obama's Hud Secretary Julia on Castro. We sat together many meetings. I never heard him talk about any of this when he was the secretary first first of all Mr Vice President it looks like one of us has learned the lessons of the past and one of us hasn't that's what we need or politicians have some guts on this issue thank you I got do not say his plan doesn't make sense for New York. City Mayor Bill de Blasios repeatedly asked Biden. If he used his powers vice president to advise Obama against the deportation.
"blasios" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Mayor de Blasios joined the stonewall rally saying the activists who were arrested in the nineteen sixteen uprising. We're brave and set the stage for LGBTQ rights startling statement by one president about another, Pete combs reports, former president, Jimmy Carter insist Donald Trump is not legit. Speaking at a Carter Center conference in Leesburg, Virginia. The former president said Trump actually win the election in two thousand sixteen. Instead, the thirty ninth presidents has the Russians won the election for Donald Trump, that Trump is an illegitimate president at the g twenty summit in Japan. President Trump returns, the non compliment saying Mr. Carter was resident he's been trashed within his own party and he's been badly crashed. I felt badly because you look over the years his party has virtually he's. Like the forgotten prices, and I understand why they say that he was not a good president Wednesday news time seven fifty a head scratcher of shooting in Brooklyn police say a man was found dead in his sunset park home with two gunshot wounds to the head no one else around the forty five year old was found in bed just before one yesterday afternoon. Police now searching for suspects. New York City is taking a pass on more than a million dollars from Washington rather than comply with the new Trump administration rule, barring federally funded clinics from making abortion referrals, mayor Bill de Blasios says the city will refuse one point three million dollars in federal funds from the title ten family planning program as of last week, any healthcare provider, accepting those funds could no longer counsel patients about or perform abortions, the oath, they took requires them to tell their patients to hold truth. Not to be censored by their government. The so-called gag rule was issued by the president in February, but tied up in the courts until last week when. A panel of federal judges allow the order to proceed Andrew foul zone. Ten ten wins at Bellevue hospital wins news time, seven fifty. From the RAB truck traffic.
"blasios" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Blasios supports the NYPD stance on this WCBS news time six eighteen. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids. Here's Matlock lower some problems in Brooklyn, now, the outbound side of the wanna swear the crash right at thirty ninth street, causing some heavy delays back to the prospect expressway. Some rubbernecking delays on the inbound side of the Guana says, well, just devoid it if at all possible. Or you'll be sitting there for a while. If you're on the inbound side of the wants and you continue to the northbound B Q E just before you get to the Brooklyn Bridge say right around Atlantic avenue. You're also going to tap the breaks there as well. That's just some volume building up as everybody has made it through that scene of that earlier crash. So that is what is happening in Brooklyn in queens. We've got some problems on the L, I E a pair of them on the westbound side is you're trying to make your way off the exit ramp to get toward the B QE. There is a crash reported there on that ramp. And then on the eastbound side of the LIE just after the Grand Central so just before the van Wyk right in that will. Section in between the two we've got a reported crash there that's causing some slowdowns as well. But if you continue on the out into Long Island Nassau County Suffolk County really nothing happening right now of notes the northern southern state also checking in free and clear of any problems where we do have an issue though is at the George Washington Bridge. This is because of construction, the outbound George upper deck is at least twenty five minutes right now as because three lanes are closed for construction your delayed back to Jerome avenue on that. Westbound side of the cross Bronx. Our next traffic update less than ten minutes away, on WCBS check and weather. Now here is meteorologist Bill Deger. Such jibe will mix with view clouds for today. But that's not the big story. That's the heat.
Lesser-known candidates claw for the spotlight in Democratic debate
"The second batch of democratic presidential candidates gathered in miami for their first debate last night the full stage of ten more contenders discussed the role of government in healthcare and other issues and whether the party should embrace aspects of socialism position embraced by vermont senator bernie sanders former vice president joe biden as the leader in current polling found himself playing a lot of defense california senator kamala harris who was black told mister biden it was hurtful to hear him warmly recall working with two deceased sigara gatien's two senators i did not praise racist that is not to number one number two if we want to have this campaign litigated on who supports civil rights whether i did or not i'm happy to do that people to judge the mayor of south bend indiana discussed gun control somebody who trained on weapons of war i can tell you that there are weapons that have absolutely no place in american cities are neighborhoods in peacetime when the candidates were Asked if their healthcare plans would cover illegal immigrants. All ten raised their hands. when the democratic national committee randomized debate stage lineups they did so hoping to avoid one night featuring high profile candidates and another of those looking to join the top tier with so many candidates getting their first chance at the spotlight the past two nights on stage in miami airtime became precious currency for the likes of new jersey senator corey booker good ideas from members of the united states congress there's been no action as president i will take action was harris d-calif senator more on the spotlight fight from chelsea jane's reporter at the washington post chelsea what do we have here you know despite the n._c.'s efforts to sort of keep these two nights you know even in terms of the profile of the people involved you ended up with you know a group of people that were buying large polling lower on the first night which meant that a one of those people were a trying to introduce themselves you know to voters really could've first time and be just sort desperate for whatever time they could get so we saw meredith blasios talking over people congressman delaney and then it sort of went from there but it was it was a night where a lot of people were desperate to get maritime and had to get a little bit creative in terms of how they were going to get it you wrote that some candidates messages were highlighted by their antics and somewhere obscured what were some examples of both you know i think american blasios campaign not been received particularly kindly by the new york media and others he sort of affective and and we conveying the message that he believes that democrats sort of have to you know really be nate on bold ideas and return the party to one that working people can believe in that's a fairly common refrain but it was one that he sort of sees and his own and and reiterated every time he took you know time or was giving time advocates mason i think who ran castro who who didn't so much engage in antics as much as tried to make 'immigration his his you know are they you know a former mayor san antonio someone who who you know intimately on these issues he really you know talented other people in the field to of take steps if he has on immigration criminalized crossing the border and even went so far to try to pinpoint his fellow texan work on that issue so you know there were different ways of doing it but i do think the laws aaron cash so that we're able to kind of through the noise i'll be in you know fairly different ways was anyone hurt by that you know i think one person who came off you know unsuccessfully with with tim ryan he got into sort of a heated exchange with tulsi gabbard in which he basically said that you know was arguing americans needed to maintain a presence in afghanistan gabbard a veteran of the iraq war you know said that that was not acceptable answer and ryan defended that set by saying you know when we when their own devices over there basically planes into our buildings and and gabbard quickly corrected him that it was not you know the taliban they've been talking about but rather al-qaeda he staged nine eleven attacks and you know that that's sort of less right on his heels a little bit campaign later clarified that he you know meant that the taliban were complicit and all this but in the moment it was one of those deaths that kind of sticks out in your mind and while he's sort of a big presence you know big voice does have a little bit of a unique mid western message i think that it probably got lost their he tried to engage with gabbard we're speaking with chelsea jeans reporter at the washington post she's got a piece entitled lesser known candidates claw for the spotlight in democratic debate what are some of these candidates going to be doing between now the next abate so people don't forget about them great question i think a lot of them are just going to try to make sure that you know they're in a position that the next day won't be their last you know i do think there are some candidates who are going to be on that precipice i you know the blasios still very early in his campaign but you could see you know if things don't pick up drastically from here that he might be in that position you know john delaney himself funded his campaign hasn't made any indication but he would you know drop out anytime soon but again if you don't meet these requirements if it's number two base these these double requirements and requirements it's going to be really tough to keep getting your message out there even tougher than it already is so i think you know between now and july and and and those rely particularities some of these candidates that we saw last night and we're gonna see tonight at eric's while while among them aren't gonna have to sort of continue to try to get that attention and get their doors up and and just kind of stay around that they can get these brief moments of
Democrats clash on healthcare, border in scrappy first U.S. presidential debate
"Kafe and it was a battle for screen time and attention as ten of the democratic presidential candidates engaged in the first party debates they clashed on the solutions to some of the campaigns top issues president trump's one word review boring or coverage in miami begins with c._b._s.'s eto kief when you've got an economy that is corruption pure and simple with the first answer of the night senator elizabeth warren set the tone we need to make structural change in our government in our economy and in our country with the economy is something to ten candidates agree on this academy is not working for average americans the bottom sixty percent haven't seen a raise since one thousand nine hundred eighty was less common ground on how to fix complex problems like healthcare when it came to the crisis on the border to image of god and his daughter valeria is heartbreaking it should also piss us all off former housing secretary hooghly on castro challenged his rivals to end the criminalization of illegal border crossings some congressman rourke have not and i want to challenge all of the candidates i think it's a mistake i think it's a mistake i helped to introduce legislation that would ensure that we don't criminalize those were seeking asylum and refuge in this country if you're fleeing That I want to make sure. it was a historic night never before had three women than on a stage at a presidential debate and allison keys and miami it was do or die for the candidates because much of the nation didn't know much about many of them new york city mayor bill de blasios tried to change that but this forceful comments there's plenty
Trump, Cory Booker And Jay Inslee discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News
"Trump wants to fight him on his turf in his terms we will be him i will be him by calling this country to a sense of common purpose again cory booker and nine other candidates took shots at president trump on n._b._c. news jay inslee called the president america's biggest security threats and the democrats sparred with each other like hooghly in castro and better ore they're using section thirteen twenty five of that act which criminalizes coming across the border some of us on this stage have called to end that section to terminate it some congressman rourke have not sure looking at just one small part of this i'm talking about a comprehensive rewrite of immigration bill to blasi also took issue with a roar for supporting private health insurance to blasios and elizabeth warren were the only two candidates to raise their hands when asked if they'd abolish that private system for a government run health care healthcare is a basic human right whales talked about possibility of free college education and tonight ten more candidates will take that same stage in miami for a second
Who Won the Democratic Debate In Miami?
"But democrats began the cooling process of whittling down twenty four presidential wannabes tan candidates debated wednesday night in miami who won i think julia castro has to be happy about this performance because the immigration issue is the only latino candidate in the race i think the blasios can can make a credible claim i think cory booker had good moments things get remembered for a number of a number of different reasons and whatever goes viral also you one winner i saw joe biden his team was prepared to take it on the chin from these candidates inept censure because he's not going to be able to answer anything until the second night
"blasios" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To support up Blasios for president. Next update at four. You're breaking news at once. Start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning. That's six until ten Monday morning. I'm Lisa Mateo on seven ten. WR. NBC News Radio station. Conceal. A never need..
Trump, family arrive in Britain for state visit
"President Trump is in Great Britain today for his first official state visit and it could be no word awkward. He is set to meet with the Prime Minister Theresa may. She is preparing to leave her job amid Britain's Brexit chaos. London's mayor is already looking forward to President Trump leaving his job. City-khan has been a vocal critic of the president, and the president has wielded his own insults in constant action. The mayor spoke with Sky News this president won't be the full of one of the things that people back on about our approach to this president as the villa think they'll regret that government. This prime minister didn't send it to him and before Air Force One even touchdown at Stansted airport. The president was already stirring things up. NPR Frank Langfitt is covering it all from London of Franklin start off with what the president has been saying. He gets ready to. To begin this very important state. Visit well he, he fired off from Twitter of criticism of con-. He said, Kana done a terrible job as mayor of London called him a stone cold loser compared him to in the opinion of the president. The very dominant competent, mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio of one difference. Trump said between the two mayors. He said that con- is only half the height of Blasios. That's not true. Mayor con here's five foot six. And this is this is not a new will know they've been battling now for close to two years, and the started, I think, when mayor con of criticized President Trump's of majority of ban on people from seven majority Muslim nations, mayor con is also a Muslim, so has has the mayor weighed in on the presence latest remarks. He has not, but his spokesman has, and he said, these comments should be beneath the present the United States, and that the mayor is representing the progressive values of London and the king. Adam, and warned this that President Trump is quote the most agreements example of growing far right threat around the globe. So what's the point of the state visit? I mean, what's the president going to do? Well, I think the first thing is today, it's going to be pomp and circumstance. President Trump's brought his family, there's going to be a state dinner with the Queen and Buckingham Palace and tomorrow will meet with the prime minister, who is you point out is a lame duck, not expecting a lot on the policy front, but I'm sure they'll be discussion about wall way the very successful but controversial Chinese telecom company that the UK said it would like to include in development of its five G network on Wednesday. The president will then go to Portsmouth, and onto Normandy to commemorate, the seventy fifth anniversary of the invasion. Of course, that's when the US and the UK fought side by side to defeat the Nazis. I mean, this isn't the press. This is the presence for state visit, but he has been to the UK before and he did not get a lot of love from Londoners. Are we expecting the same thing this around? I think it will not be a warm welcome at all. And I think that this the. Reignition of the con- Trump Twitter war will probably drive just more people into the streets here. Con is a popular mayor. He's had his ups and downs. There has been a problem with knife crime in the city and other cities in the United Kingdom recently. But I think as con was alluding to in that spokesman was in that in that statement, this is a very diverse cosmopolitan city. And I think you're gonna see a lot of people come out, because they don't like President Trump's policies and manner. We're expecting some big protests, probably this afternoon or sizable ones. I should say, people banging pots and pans outside of duct Buckingham Palace during the dinner tonight and tomorrow, they'll be return of the baby blimp. The Trump baby blimp was an effigy of President Trump crying baby in diapers. Now a couple of weeks ago, I was actually down around parliament and I was talking to David Lambie he's a member of parliament with the labor party, and he said as colonising that he feels that Trump is undermining not just UK but, but US values I opposed this visit, I think it's wrong. People will be taken to the streets, not because they're standing against America on the country is because standing with the best traditions of America. Okay. The state visit is expected to last three days, and we will be watching as will Frank, thanks. I'm
"blasios" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"AM nine seventy answer. All right. It is being reported that the US Geological Survey is reporting that there is a magnitude eight point zero earthquake that has struck north central Peru, now that is pretty serious. I think now we don't have any information on casualties or anything like that. But that is pretty serious. So hopefully, the damage both in terms of environmental property, and most importantly, human damage is minimal, but we'll see. We'll see what happens will will be moderate. We'll, we'll be monitoring that throughout the program and bring you any updates as they occur. But that is pretty serious. Eight point zero earthquake in Peru. That's what's being reported at the moment. So we'll see. We'll see what happens. That's why it's important to have a live radio program, rather than one that's just on, you know. Very funny, though. I was listening to the, the news anchor, and I didn't catch her name, and I don't wanna I don't wanna say the wrong name, but I was listening to her say that. Bill de Blasios campaigning in Nevada. And he's finding out that a lot of people don't know who he is. I can't even believe that that needed to be reported. I am tax complete lack of surprise. Ios finding a lot of people don't know who he is. If built the Blasi a walked down the streets of Brooklyn or queens, he'd find a lot of people don't know who he is. We'll talk about the Blasio's presidential campaign with David siphon coming up in the six o'clock hour. Hey, let me pose this question to you. And we have commendations and denunciations and a variety of other things coming up a little bit later on. But I had lunch this week with a very, very prominent. Media executive. I'm not going to say who he was. I shouldn't have even said gender. But this is a very prominent person very powerful very wealthy very influential. Okay. And he somebody that I don't know, if everybody would know who he is if I mentioned it, but many of you would okay? And I and he picked up the tab, which was very nice. And we went to a nice restaurant. Right. Very expensive restaurant. And I offered I offered to split it or to pick up the tab myself, right? And this is only the second time I've ever met this person. So it's not another some people like John Katzman TD's. He's very wealthy but very powerful, but he's a pretty close friend, this person that I had lunch with only second time ever met him Willie the first time we'd ever socialized. And so, you know, we don't have the kind of familiar relationship that you would with a friend. So we have a nice lunch. We're wrapping up the lunch. And here's what happens. Okay. Now when I came in, I if you ever see me walking around Manhattan, a lot of the time, I'll be carrying a laptop, because I'm sort of working wherever I happen to be I'm working anywhere. There's an internet connection and power, even some places that don't have those things. So I'm always on the go on always working. Okay. On one of my five different jobs and. I checked my bag, which very heavy bag containing a laptop computer. I checked it at the coach when I got there. That I'm seeding. Have the launch. Walking out. And this person says to me. Walkout. I said, no, no. It's okay. I'm gonna wait for my weight from my computer bag. And he says, oh, that's okay. I'll wait with you. Very nice. But it puts me a little bit of predicament because I have my ticket that I checked my computer bag. But I only have. Attend dollar Bill. No singles, no two dollar bills, which are my, which my favorite piece of currency in, which I love carrying and love tipping with no two dollar bills. No singles, not even a five only ten. So what am I supposed to do with this point? Do I ask for change, and make this high profile high-powered media, executive weight as I get change to tip the, you know, the coach girl? No. So I ended up tipping ten dollars. For this computer bag. No. Had I known I was going to be in this position. I would have bought the computer back to the table. I mean I still come out ahead because I probably have this forty fifty dollar lunch. For free. Maybe a little more. But it was so annoying. So I don't know what you do in a situation like that. And you to call and tell me eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine. So understand the situation, I'm walking out and this, this wealthy, powerful business executive is waiting with me to get my computer bag, and we leave, and we can leave together and I only had a ten dollar Bill should I have said and this is what McCulloch told me because I had drinks with McCulloch Kevin McCullough, who did a great job hosting five PM every weeknight on AM night, seventy he said, what I should have done is hand the coach girl, the ten and say, just give me five back. So this way, I'm still giving generous tip, but it's, it's only costing me five instead of ten I wished, I had thought of that, that, that, that would have been a good strategy. See how do you get to be at the top of the talk radio food chain or at least smack dab in the middle of this talk? Radio food chain with thinking like that. So, so that was annoying. That was that's been bothering me since it happened which was earlier in the week, so. All right, common Dacians next and your calls at eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine Rana returns in just a moment to give you another reason not to go to sleep yet. AM nine seventy the answer. Imagine doing.
New Yorkers Slam the Idea of President Bill De Blasio
"Many Democrats running for president is asked about how is announcement was received back home and USA radio networks, Chris Barnes reports almost immediately after democratic New York City, mayor Bill de Blasios announced his run for the White House last week, many, New Yorkers and many members of the New York media immediately slammed the idea citing his unpopularity in his own city to Blasios says to me, that's like a walk in the park. I didn't even notice that because I deal with really tough issues every single day. I deal with the toughest press corps in America idea with unfortunately, with the number one terror target in America do Blasios, speaking, there on CNN, and
"blasios" Discussed on Channel 33
"David. Game of thrones ended on Sunday. And there's already some concern in the media. I'm not naming any names here. I'm going to leave all the names of the websites out of there is some concern in the media that the traffic. Gathering boosting properties of game of thrones. Cannot be replicated. Right. Would I want to know is? What would you cover to fill the traffic gap left by game of thrones? Wow. Well, the trailer they ran on Sunday night for Westworld was spectacular NS, someone who has spent a large portion of his life at very at one point in time, doing a Westworld podcast. You mean we're just going to start covering other shows and microscopic detail. We don't just just to game of thrones. I often wonder I mean this was there is certainly an end of the monoculture thing about this. We wrote about on the ringer, and it's a lot of people have talked about it. I often wonder if there's a, you know, we all just decided that we're going to be this, an on whatever Star Trek show is running on CBS, all access, or whatever, is there, a wait, could, we can, we artificially manufacture, this level of excitement, and attention, probably not? I think that, you know, for better or worse, we're going to be paying a lot of attention to this presidential election for the next little bit. Although, taking all of the brain space that we all collectively spent on game of thrones and putting into politics might be avait public good. But it's I can't I don't think anybody would say that's a, you know, smart allocation of our mental resource. Here's, here's the way. I think those two things will come along. Because all right. Just like every important television show, we will get to the end of the presidential election. We'll have this incredible. Monoculture night of television. Yeah. And then we will get the take we get at the end of game of thrones. And every TV show, which is the finale left a lot of yours disappointed, and with a lot of outstanding questions. So I think that's a I think that's exactly right. We are the peak TV of media podcast. This is the press box. A part of the ringer podcast network. Go. The press box is the media podcast, where you're no longer allowed to write a piece, comparing anyone to a game of thrones character. The window has closed. Get a new angle. Now Bryan Curtis and David shoemaker of the ringer here with three topics, fear pleasure and amusement. I David if the presidential campaign of Seth Moulton was kinda random, wait till you get a little Bill de Blasio. We discuss what in God's name? The mayor of New York City is doing in the democratic primary. Second ESPN Stephen a Smith had quite a week. And we tried to decipher what exactly happened there. That's all I can say. And Finally, I want to spend a smidge more time on the topic of Brian Williams. Because Brian Williams, fabulous news anchor is back really back should he be all that, plus a notebook dump in the overwork Twitter, joke of the week. But David, let's start with Bill de Blasio. Can I give you a couple of scenes from the early stages of the de Blasios for president campaign? Oh, God, please do. This is by Eric lack of the New Yorker on Thursday. The official start of his candidacy to Blasios. First stop was good Morning America where he dubbed the president. Con dawn on dawn. Do we think that build a Blasi was gonna win the nickname wars against Donald Trump, I kind of suspect not, and then another scene from the near daily news is on a Sanders before that interview to Blasios stage day, provocative green new deal press conference at Trump Tower, according to Sanders, Trump supporters swore booed, and chanted while de Blasios spoke carrying signs declaring him to be the worst mayor ever with depictions of.
"blasios" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mayor de Blasios wrapped up his first road trip as a presidential candidate of three thousand mile whirlwind tour with eight stops in Iowa and South Carolina along the way he field tested. His stump speech, and ramped up his attacks on President Trump WNYC's bridge Bergen was with them on the road. And she joins us now Bridget. Good morning. Good morning, Richard. So it sounds like you covered a lot of ground over the weekend. What kind of mayor attend? So by and large, we're talking small gatherings and listening sessions in Iowa. He toward a plant where they make ethanol and other biofuels. He met small family farmers talked about mental health net with a local democratic club. He did something similar in South Carolina on Saturday. He met with the black caucus of a local democratic club. And with a group of residents who rent homes at a low income neighborhood. Of course, he also eight some South Carolina barbecue. And then he made his final stop at a historic black church, just on the edge of Charleston and brigid. How did people respond to the mayor as? Presidential candidate. For the most part, people really appreciated that he listened to them. Barbara called who's a small family farmer in dare county, Iowa met with the mayor and a small group and they talked about how agricultural policy needs to change for the sake of their business at our food supply, just like here in New York real estate is a big issue. Big companies are buying the land and pricing out small farmers called us. She really appreciated that to Blasios engaged in the conversation that he asked a lot of good questions that he listened. Well, which is important for a city boy, you know, there are so many angles to food production. It's hard to say it all on one or two hours and not sense of appreciation. I heard again after meeting with folks who met with him in low income neighborhood, in South Carolina focused on affordable housing. Here's what Asia Marshall thought about mayor de Blasios he lifted and he was attentive didn't come here to kinda just show his face if they at least now for both. Women economic insecurity, was the overriding issue, so Depositos message about policies that will help working people really resonated with Bridget. Did it all go that well for the mayor on his first road trip the presidential candidate? Not so much the mayor's been really raising the volume on his attacks on President Trump, he now calls him con Don, because he says the president's account artists who trick people into thinking his policies would help working people, and they have it in Iowa. The mayor ended up posing for pictures with local voters with a handmade sign that read hashtag Condon. This is a little bit of a one eighty for Blasios up until recently, he said Democrats really needed to offer voters something about four, not just against, but in South Carolina. I heard from a lot of voters who really wanted him to drop it, this is Beverley fryer sin. She's a member of the black caucus of the Richland County Democrats near Columbia, South Carolina here was her advice to the mayor, when it comes to Trump, I knew that you cannot be afraid to take it to him. Ever. I'm gonna tell you. I don't respect the tit for tat in a don't want our system this time to become a side show. Now I heard that again from another local elected official in South Carolina. You know, it was interesting to me that by and large the people who were making that suggestions of mayor were largely black voters with whom Wasi generally has a much higher approval rating. So I'm curious to see how long he sticks with approach I will say at his last stop at historic African American church yesterday. He didn't use that line once so Bridget, it's may of twenty nineteen still about a year and a half until the twenty twenty election. How long do you think the blah's you'll last as a presidential candidate, the mayor's in it, most likely until at least February of next year when the first caucus and primary elections happen. But the first hurdle for him will be qualifying for the first democratic debate in Miami and June twenty six he's still has to build out into organization and raise money and really home that message and at this point more than twenty other Democrats are way ahead of him in this regard. But he says he has plenty of time to catch up before most voters even tune in the first voting doesn't happen till February we're to go through the rest of the spring, then the whole summer than the whole fall, then the. Whole winter and then people are voting. So there's certainly some truth in that I talked to a lot of voters who said it was just way too early for them to decide which candidate toback. So even though he does face some really huge obstacles his timing getting into this race. Maybe the least of his concerns WBZ's bridge, Bergen hot off the campaign trail with mayor Bill de Blasio in his first campaign trip as a presidential candidate Bridget. Thanks so much. Thank you. Richard WNYC is supported by m j h s hospice, providing care and support for both pediatric and adult patients living with an advanced illness at home. Learn more at m j HFS houses dot org. With more middle aged women on screen and behind the camera. Actor Laura Dern says this is just the start. I just think we're breaking the doors down, and we're not going anywhere. So there's going to have to get used to Laura Dern on women in Hollywood and her new film trial by fire. I'm Tanzania Vega. And that's next time on the takeaway, weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine FM. Stay tuned. Marketplace morning report that's coming up, and then at nine o'clock on ninety three point nine FM. Tune in for the BBC NewsHour can call on London now. Good morning WNYC. I'm Raza eight ball on today's news. I'll in a blow to the Chinese tech giant, Google suspense while away from Android services, and the Ukrainian, comedian Wlodimierz Alinsky is sworn in as president. That's BBC news hour coming up at nine on ninety three.
"blasios" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The Blasios the worst mayor in the history of New York City. The mayor said on MSNBC's morning Joe today. He's not backing down take it to them on a New Yorker. I know how to deal with the bully, I know how to deal with this guy. I take it right to stand because I said Khan, Don here. He comes and it makes his own custom video to attack me. It's music to my ears to Blasios is in Iowa today and will visit South Carolina tomorrow, sixty five years after the Brown versus board of education decision. New York City has one of the most segregated public school systems in the country and to Mark the anniversary students here took their demands for integration to the top in a meeting with schools. Chancellor Richard Kuranda WNYC's Jessica Gould reports. With a group teens take charge are calling on ficials to take more action like new requirements for academic diversity at every school. An end to selective screens in admissions and a more equal distribution of resources but they say officials did not agree to any of those things. They say they'll keep fighting just like the students on the front lines of the civil rights movement, sixty five years ago, riders and transit employees are criticizing the MTA for its failure to fix clogged toilet at a control tower in midtown for three days. Goth missed reporter Jake often heart says the plumbing issue caused a serious backup in service during the morning, rush hour, one of the operators working in this tower had to go find a different functional toilet. And while the did that five separate trains, basically had to be paused by the MTA a handwritten sign in. The control tower instructed employee's to repeatedly call in the issue until it was resolved a spokesman for the MTA says the toilet has since been fixed and thanked writers for their patients right now. Seventy five degrees, cloudy skies tonight, scattered showers possible thunder thunder storms as well and then tomorrow, sunny skies with a high of.
Trump Rips De Blasio in New Video: 'Worst Mayor' in NYC History
"Progressive Bill de Blasios announcing he's running for president, President Trump tweeting about it saying the dams are getting another beauty to join their group build the Blasios of New York City, considered the worst mayor in the US. He is a joke capital letters and speaking of the race for twenty twenty looking at the rest of the Democrats, Joe Biden, crushing the competition. A new Fox News poll out shows Biden way out ahead, the former vice president at thirty five percent a double digit lead over the person in second place. Socialist, Bernie Sanders at seventeen percent at Elizabeth Warren in third place with nine percent. You're
Bill de Blasio takes aim at "Con Don" with 2020 campaign bid
"New York mayor Bill to Blasios entering the race. I'm gonna keep calling him Khan down because that's what he deserves to be called. He's, he's a con man. And we New Yorkers no comment when we see one although the mayor speaking with reporters this afternoon, did say that campaign should be conducted without mean spirited rhetoric. The President Trump who regularly hurls insults, says tweeted that de Blasio is quote here, a joke and considered the worst mayor in the US in a poll last month. Seventy percent. Seventy six percent of city voters said that the mayor could not enter the presidential
"blasios" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Must be stopped building Blasios just made the democratic race even more crowded. I will not rest until this government serves ordinary people as mayor of the largest city in America. I've done just that de Blasios York City's mayor the third mayor now running for president one of nearly two dozen candidates. Another state working on us. Strict abortion law. Missouri state Senate early this morning passed a Bill to ban abortion at eight weeks of pregnancy. The Republican led house and governor expected to go along after Alabama passed a law, making abortion, illegal supporters hope. It'll be challenged in the supreme court would reconsider the Roe v. Wade decision. President Trump keeps trying to build a wall and stop a surge of migrants coming here illegally, will unveil a plan to, to overhaul legal immigration. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. David presence integration plan would prioritize education in work standards over family ties for people wanting to come to America. Speaking of the capital yesterday, the president called for sweeping changes not one more. American life should be lost because lawmakers failed to secure. The plan, also be set border security including building more wall in places limits on asylum-seekers. It doesn't address it. So called dreamers, people brought here illegally as children, which would be a tough sell for Democrats. Dave orangeville. The president also has an executive order declaring a threat to communications technology is a national emergency you order. It is not name specific threat. But White House officials have lobbied allies to not use equipment produced by Chinese for wall way. Last year, the president signed legislation prohibiting the US government from using quit from wall way or another Chinese company is the FOX's Jared Halpern Weiwei which bills, next generation five gene network says, it's not a security, the order would leave the US with inferior alternatives.
"blasios" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The Blasios in joking on the hill. I'm Elliot Francis. New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to enter the twenty twenty presidential race today. And the reactions are mixed. Steve Kastenbaum reports. New Yorkers have been quick to react with many confirming, what a recent Quinnipiac poll found that seventy six percent of New York City voters believed he should not run for president the same poll found that his job approval rating was forty two percent. His supporters believed the Blasio's accomplishments in the city will play well with liberal voters across the country, the include universal pre-k, raising the minimum wage in criminal Justice reform, but his program for his signature issue, affordable housing has had mixed results at best the homeless population here. Is that a historic high, Steve Kastenbaum? New Republican governor in Alabama signed the country's toughest abortion legislation in the nation into law Wednesday makes performing an abortion of felony. In nearly all cases, we won't conservative televangelist. Pat Robertson says the law goes too far going at extreme because it doesn't allow exceptions for rape, or incest. There was a touch of humor Wednesday between attorney general William Barloon house speaker, Nancy Pelosi. Linda Kenyon, explain waiting the arrival of President Trump for capital event. In honor of national peace officers Memorial Day, William bar approach Nancy Pelosi in the crowd, and said Madam speaker. Did you bring your handcuffs bar was recently slapped with a contempt of congress citation for failing to comply with congressional subpoenas about the mullahs report? Not skipping a beat Pelosi responded with a smile, of course that the house sergeant at arms was present at the event should arrests. Be necessary bar thought it was funny. He was saying chuckling and walking away. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. How's this decided against joining global call to fight online terror Trump administration, citing concerns.
Muncie, Hillel Handler And Rockland County discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
"Health officials say misinformation about vaccines is spreading just as quickly as the measles virus itself and local officials are pushing back against the anti vaccine movement in Muncie. Here's WCBS reporters. Sean Adams propaganda dangerous misinformation about measles. Rockland county executive Ed day denounces, the anti vaccine symposium that drew hundreds of people from the orthodox Jewish community. He says most of the people were bussed in. In here to Muncie. Local rabbis condemned the anti vaccine message from Brooklyn rabbi Hillel handler who alleges New York City mayor de Blasios targeting the orthodox community to deflect attention from diseases carried by illegal immigrants.
Bill De Blasios, New York And Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"New York City mayor Bill de Blasios has decided that he is going to go after Trump buildings in New York for violation of a new global warming law goes into effect in a couple of days. He says the buildings could be fined two point one million dollars a year for being out of.
"blasios" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ballots. The Blasios aimed is comments directly at the. Boards. Ten commissioners. What our money where I'm out this. Now, are you ready to take up this task? Are you ready to do the right thing? Are you ready to make early voting? Something that's easy for people in neighbors all over this city, the board declined to respond to the offer. But executive director Michael Ryan is scheduled testify at a city council hearing later this morning. The Reverend Al Sharpton says he's impressed by his meeting in Harlem with democratic presidential candidate Buddha. Judge he dying with the mayor of south bend, Indiana at Sylvia's Buddha. Jed says he wants to listen more to black voters and speaking on MSNBC sharpens had Buddha. Judges trying to expand his base. I think that he showed today by towing right in the heart Harlem that he intends to go for those votes. Sharpton also met with California Senator Kamala Harris in February. New York City. Health officials have now issued a summons to fifty seven people for disobeying the city's mandatory vaccination rule in areas where there's an ongoing needles outbreak. The city also shut down to more Yeshivas for failing to turn over immunization records, the five other schools closed who weeks ago have since been allowed to reopen. More families are up to live in the five boroughs. And a new report says that means the city must build more playgrounds city controller Scott stringer says rather than only creating more public parks renovating playgrounds the city needs to build new spaces Gotham is reporter Liz, Kim says the Bloomberg administration made a commitment to building new playgrounds. But so far that hasn't happened in two thousand seven the city pledged to convert two hundred ninety schoolyards into publicly accessible playgrounds by twenty ten. We're still dozens of playgrounds short of that goal air to Blasios office says it's working to renovate nearly seventy playgrounds and planning to construct twenty more slight chance of rain mainly. This morning, otherwise, patchy fog and clouds today. Highs near sixty four degrees tonight, mostly cloudy, lows around forty nine degrees and.
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"Idea mayor de Blasios wants to ban the construction of all steel and glass skyscrapers in New York City. And force those already built to be retrofitted. He says they waste too much energy. Well, good in Scots, bringing this to his book club the memoir that prince was working on when he died in twenty sixteen will be the basis of a book coming out October twenty ninth. The beautiful ones will also include rare photo scrapbooks and lyric sheets in prince's own handwriting. That'll sell vaguely and just four G E started a nine game west coast road trip. They've beat the angels four to three LA in fourteen innings game was a marathon four hours and thirty five minutes and that around to forty this morning. They've played again, then Ida ten five. Wait it out of ninety minute. Rain delayed. The start the game to beat the Phillies. Five one at city field. Steven match look good less viable, they played tonight. Seven ten. Jacob degrom is okay. After an elbow scare they'll come off the injured list Friday, NBA playoff. Milwaukee Bucks beat the pistons sweep the series by it's a big deal because it's the first playoff series win for the bucks. Kings years. Tonight. Nets try to stay alive. They play the seventy Sixers in Philly. Sixers lead that series three one hockey Stanley Cup playoffs. The Carolina Hurricanes beat the caps to force a game seven tomorrow night, winner takes on the islanders around. Two and sues got derides southbound.
"blasios" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You hear the Blasios yesterday? But he must've listened to the show as the who wants said we won't be fooled again, and that was out. As the who wants said, we won't be fooled again, the snow, right? That was yesterday that was issued secret song. Clearly, the Blasios listens to us to get all of his news heard from his aides that he's a big fan of mine. I'm sure he is what does he say about it? First of all, he doesn't like Broadway. Clearly, he never go. And I'm sure he doesn't like your political views. He doesn't like me. Bashing him every chance I ad. He likes the way you dress though. He doesn't like that. Either. So you guys dispute my contention? Let's just say for argument's sake story. So we're talking about the BuzzFeed report, which is one report to on name sources while they're law enforcement sources, they're not ashamed. Unnamed the reporting the president instructed Michael Kohn to lie to congress that you lied to congress about the Moscow project. Now, let me give you hypothetical boys and girls what if there's tapes or tax, but they you know, they rated Michael Cohen's office for tapes. What if there are tapes of him instructing him to lie? I think it's that's obstruction of Justice. I don't care how you gonna defend it go go give it a try Riedel know, if there are tapes if it is proved that he told Cohen to lie to congress. He will be impeached by the house of representatives will be oh, I think that when it goes to trial in the Senate. The Senate will have to decide is lying about a tower. That was never built. In Moscow reason to throw the president of the office or should the American people decide at the next election. You're right back with Clinton lying under oath about Monica Lewinsky, the house impeached him and the Senate decided, yes, he did lie under oath but throwing him out of office is not warranted by line about sex under under oath of bought a building that never got built in Moscow. They Republicans are not gonna throw Trump out of office. If that is proved to be the case, boy, I think they will. I think they'll they'll run off a sinking ship like a bunch of rats. They'll go to him and say, we can't support you Mr President now, maybe they'll cut a deal. Maybe they'll cut a deal where they say, hey, listen, just announced you're not running the second term, and everyone will be happy and we'll move on. But yeah, I think if they can prove that he instructed someone to lie to congress. I think you're making very light of this. I mean, that's a major and fried green. He will be impeached. I think he's going to be impeach. Anyway. I think the Democrats are going to have to impeach him. I operating under the theory that he will be impeached. I don't think he will be removed for lying about a tower in Moscow. Never got never got built you minimizing. The only reason the Republicans would turn on him is if the Muller report proves direct collusion where he ordered hacking of emails sat with Russian officials to try to rig the election in his favor. That's the only thing I think that could be out there that would turn the Republicans autumn not a tower that never got built. You are totally minimizing this by saying this is about tower that name. The issue is not the issue. The issue is about instructing someone to lie to congress. The president added states says Michael Cohen, you go light of congress. I don't care if they're talking about a cheesecake they're going to order for the Clemson football team. A few was struck someone to go lie to congress. That's a major problem. And don't say it's about time. Again, we have a special prosecutor who is looking for a crime that isn't there and what they come up with. Instead is obstruction of Joe that's a crime. Is it a crime that's going to get him thrown out of the office? Is it a crime that's going to get him impeached? Yes. Thrown out of office. No. It'll be up to the American people that decide whether or not he should stay or go in the twenty twenty. I don't think. So I think the senators the Republican senators are going to start jumping off a ship. They said we can't we can't support a guy who's gonna go tell people to lie in front of congress, and they're going to desert him. Once he loses the support of Republicans in the Senate. He's cooked. He's not gonna lose their support over power that never got to see you. This is not about a tower. Didn't get built this is about instructing your lawyer to lie. Well Clinton wasn't about sex. It was about lying under oath, which is a crime Hachem. He didn't get thrown out. Well, well, why not there's a big difference? What what's the difference difference because she didn't go tell he lied under oath? And he was the president United States. Great. Okay. So Amy klobuchar shar is the Senator from Minnesota, you think she knew something so during the confirmation hearings the other day for William bar for attorney general listen to what Amy klobuchar said to him, the president persuading person to commit perjury would be obstruction. Is that right? Yes. Any any any person who persuades another? Yeah. Okay. You also said that a president or any person convincing a witness to change testimony would be obstruction is that right? Yes. Do you think she thinks she knows something she probably had her suspicions? I think she has an inside information definitely setting him up is that something that kind of flew under the radar. And so last night the other thing too is now Michael Cohen is a lawyer. He knows regardless of what people tell him to do he has responsibility as an attorney to tell the truth. But that's another issue. That's a separate issue. But yeah. So I mean, I don't know if there's any protection or cover for Trump because he's an attorney. He knows what he's supposed to think. Mr. newsman that the Republican senators are all let's I I know there's a lot of hypotheticals here. Roti Giuliani says bogus story if will sell you talking about a guy who's convicted of lying, so he's a liar. And if you believe him will sell you a bridge in Brooklyn that was really statement last night. Do you think Republican senators it, I know hypothetical? Let's say there's a there's audiotape that they took from Cohen's office where he says he instructs them to lie in front of congress. You think Republican senators will will desert him or stay with them? Well, I think if they desert them there's going to be a backlash. I mean, if Trump is forced from office, there will be a huge backlash sound like Nixon just get rid of him. All right. We'll move on. I think there's there's there's a lot of quiet support for Trump LA quite support for what he's done the changes. He's trying to make here, and there would be a huge backlash against those Republicans. Well, the Republican party would be finished for generation and the great socialist experiment will begin to Democrats will get into power, and they are going hardcore left. I believe they will wreck the country, but it'll take a long time to recover and the Republican party will have to reconstitute itself and find a new Ronald Reagan, by the way. I I I really feel this way. I'd I'd rather he not be forced from office. I'd rather it was decided at the polls. I'd rather if if they decided this is just a a heinous crime that he's committed. I'd rather. I know. Not listen hear me out if they decided that I'd rather they just quietly work something out. I don't wanna see another scene where he gets on Marine One and waves, and he's gone. I mean, I I I think that'd be awful for the country. And I don't see him way. I don't see him waving from out of office. Keep in mind, we've been through a number of these issues were this is it. This is. With me Joe that the Republicans would stick by mid is just about a tower that never got Bill. I think pretty lazy reason to throw him out of office. He was talking about this as he was running for president expecting to win frigging. We'll look I wanna go back to business after this experiment. I got to keep the business going now, this'll be the access Hollywood thing all over. Well, the thing is I mean, this was after the fact though, I mean, if it happened, you know, while he was before he was president you could say, well, you have a better excuse, but this happened after he was elected figure minimizing you say is just about a tower in London. I think that's the real issue is telling someone to lie to congress. That's the issue and you're minimizing with asthma tower London. London. Well, we got a lot coming up today. And obviously a lot about the snow is well when we return the mayor and sanitation Commissioner say they.
"blasios" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Mayor de Blasios providing some more details about his plan to protect renner's here in the city rich land with more on that the mayor says his new office to protect tenants will be going after bad landlords with stiffer fines and penalties up to five times as harsh as they have been. But if even that does not work the city will then sees their buildings. He described the approach very muscular idea is when we find out the tens of being mistreated to send Marsh. Russel's to send inspectors immediately to stop. The immediate problem issue. The violations bring the penalties to bear landlords ignore that or lawyer up and see if they can stall, then we're going to work to have this new tool, and I think we're going to get it real soon that we can seize buildings that's going to have a massive psychological effect on the behavior of bad landlords and on his WNYC broadcast, the mayor defended the possible taking of landlords private property as protecting working people by seizing the building and giving it to a community nonprofit, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty two more Catholic schools are set to close on Long Island Sophia hall with that story to Catholic schools here on Long Island closed last year. And now the deadliest sees of Rockville centre announced two more will be sending its doors this year. The first school is here on Ronkonkoma Saint Joseph's school. And in Glen cove, the All Saints regional school. Both have seen enrollment plunged average of thirty percent. In the past five years last year, a Catholic school in west Islip and one in Riverhead also closed down the diocese says they do plan on helping parents to transfer their children to other Catholic schools. Sophie, whole WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty it's twelve twenty two..
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"That's him. That's not Z top though. I know that. So what do you think of these east scooters in favor of city residents? Another too many of these things flying around all the time. They go up to fifteen twenty miles an hour. They can be dangerous. We have enough bikes out there as it is we enough cars out there. And now we're gonna add more traffic to our already congested city streets with these e scooters now, I'm not in favor of them. All the mayor seems to Ruth you. What what happens is the city council seems to be coming up at the state, but the Blasios questions them, obviously, we want people have as many ways as possible to get around. But I think right now, it is what will keep people say. And where the decisions ultimately have to be Macy's this the streets are so clogged with the Ubers and the lifts in the nine the bike lanes lanes and those pedicabs which I just ate. Did you ever get stuck? Oh, you don't drive you're on a busy street on sixth avenue in midtown and got pedicabs in front of you rickshaws to call them ridiculous. I am seeing. To many problems with e bikes already. And that's why we cracked down on that doesn't mean you can't figure out a way to address the problem. Well, e bikes are strange though, because there's a biker biker pedals, and I don't use my electric bike. Right. You can be peddling along and then out of nowhere because they go fast than you go, and you're gonna make a turn or something and he can come whizzing right by not by known other motorized. It's the motorized. So it's like a scooter. Yeah. That's what it is. Apparently, they're common in San Francisco and LA, well, well, I guess the Blasios saying if you cut the speed down, maybe that might be part of a solution is somehow physically putting, you know, the mechanism in place that these e-bikes can't go as fast as they have been going around this town. Yeah. But now councilman from Brooklyn Raphael Espinoza's is proposing this what's the argument? Here's the argument for our MTA's grumbling congestions at an all time, high people relying on bikes and they're looking for other most get. Around. So it's an alternative transportation. But I just think the streets are just so clogged as it is. I mean, who's going to be the what's going to be the first e bike accident L. They'll be one trust me. Don't worry. Hey, this interesting story very quickly. Do you know the remains of an American sailor from New York City was killed in Pearl Harbor. Nearly seventy seven years ago they have been identified on announced Wednesday that seaman first class. Walter c Foley's remains were accounted for earlier this year. He was an eighteen year old from Brooklyn with Serbian aboard the battleship US has Oklahoma. That's one that went down when the Japanese planes attacked, December seventh, of course, nine hundred forty one the ship capsized after being hit by torpedo torpedoes killing four hundred twenty nine crewmen, including seaman first class, Walter c fully. So we're we're we're the remains that they finally identified while they were the they I'm sure they were gathered and just the Pentagon's has fully remains where identified after using DNA samples provided by his family. So, wow, I wonder what family I mean, if they're older. They wouldn't be around well here in two thousand fifteen the Pentagon began Disinterring Oklahoma unknowns for identification. Also, I mean, the widows bombs lend body could have been just beyond recognition. So all right. Well, it's interesting story, you know, PC, Richard. Of course, PC, Richard and son. You're go to spot for electron and appliances for engineering years now mattresses, of course, the famous whistle. And of course, that whistle. 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Polka Niro already had been charged with setting his own house on fire in ocean township prosecutors going to hold a news conference later today, perhaps get some more information on what the motive was here. Moscow says today, President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will need Saturday during the g twenty summit in one is Aries president earlier said this week he may cancel that meeting after Russian ships attack and sees three Ukrainian vessels president. Also in a New York Post interview says a partner Paul Manafort is not off the table. Congress wants answers from the White House about the death of journalist Jamal kashogi Senator Lindsey Graham says the CIA director Gina hospitals, refusing to brief them on possible. Saudi involvement administration's handled the Saudi Arabia, then is just.