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Trump pushes forward with executive action on economy despite legal questions
"CNN White House correspondent Boris Sanchez Boris President Trump is defending the executive orders issued on pandemic relief even as the White House is struggling to explain them they're having trouble landing out for the American people. Yeah that's right. Jim The president also spinning these executive actions claiming that they do more to help struggling Americans than they actually do the president dodging criticism even from within his own party that these actions are unconstitutional and also ignoring previous statements that he's made about executive actions. Tonight president trump sparring with his own party taking aim at critics of his new executive actions tweeting that Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse is a Republican in name only saying he has quote gone rogue. Again, this foolishness plays right into the hands of the radical left Dem's SAS tearing into trump's decision to circumvent stimulus negotiations in Congress calling the move unconstitutional slap comparing the actions to President Obama's signing of executive orders after lawmakers could not reach consensus orders that trump himself frequently criticized. The country was in based on executive orders right now Obama goes around signing executive orders. It's a basic disaster you can't do it in theory is opposed to you know the old fashioned way get everybody into a room and get something that people agree on trump was not in the room getting lawmakers together instead spending the weekend at his Golf Club in New Jersey as questions linger over whether the actions will survive legal challenges, members of the administration struggled to even explain them. Twelve, hundred dollars. Are you talking about in addition to unemployment that they're already getting nervous having. that. I. Beg. Your pardon the twelve hundred dollars will come from the payroll tax. It should be eight, Hundred Bucks I beg your pardon it should be eight hundred bucks for the unemployment eight, hundred or four hundred. No should before it should be eight hundred dollars. But White House Chief of Staff Morton Meadows appears more concerned with public comments from the administration's health experts. The Washington Post. Reporting Meadows has admonished Dr. Anthony Fauci for sounding out of sync with trump according to the post. Meadows has also excluded health experts for morning meetings with staff privately sharing skepticism about Dr and Dr Deborah burks questioning their expertise and regularly raising issues on which she thinks they've been
Autopsy: Rayshard Brooks' death considered homicide, shot twice in the back
"Autopsy report says the death of a black man shot by police in Atlanta was a homicide rate shard Brooks was shot twice in the back and died from organ damage and blood loss from those two gunshot wounds surveillance video shows the twenty seven year old Brooks taking an officer's taser during an attempted arrest at a Wendy's and then he fired a taser at officers as he ran away responded Boris Sanchez reports one officer then shot Brooks dead officer roles the policeman policeman who who fired fired those those shots shots has has been been terminated terminated officer officer Bresnan Bresnan who who first first responded responded to to the the scene scene he's he's on on administrative administrative duty duty of of course course Atlanta Atlanta police police chief chief Erika Erika shields shields I step down we're hearing the chance behind us the outrage and grief in the community and full display on CBS's face the nation New Jersey senator Cory Booker said it was an unjust use of deadly force in this situation I was a member of a new Jersey's largest city with the police department if one of my officers shot someone in the back while they were fleeing with a non deadly weapon that is unjust use of force and unacceptable to community standards Booker and others are now calling for change Seattle police chief Carmen best tells CBS's face the nation the problem must be solved we're going to change in policing we have to it has to be movement that involves everybody we need to re imagine and re figure out how we're gonna move for a democratic South Carolina representative Jim Clyburn spoke out about the death of ratio R. Brooks telling CNN he was drinking fell asleep in the wind this drive through and they have already had to get down he had no weapon on the way they did think he was going to grow and Alison
"boris sanchez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Your next update less than ten minutes I'm Eddie Anderson in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic so now the five day forecast here's NBC ten first alert meteorologist Krystal klei overnight conditions remain calm and clear right on into our Monday in fact we're looking at a nice start at fifty seven degrees but we will see a warm up to around seventy seven in the afternoon similar to what we saw on Sunday we're also going to look at more high clouds passing but still some sun for your Monday more clouds Tuesday forecast high of seventy nine degrees so slow climb throughout the week with our temperatures by Wednesday we are partly cloudy high of eighty one degrees still dry still low humidity it's Thursday the humidity starts take up just a notch a few storms are possible but it is looking at more dry in that rainy throughout the day I get a high of eighty one and Friday couple scattered showers or storms with a high of eighty six I'm in B. C. ten first alert meteorologist Krystal klei with euros accurate forecast count on it it's partly cloudy right now sixty four degrees going down to fifty seven an autopsy report says the death of a black man shot by police in Atlanta it was a homicide rate shard Brooks was shot twice in the back and died from organ damage and blood loss from those two gunshot wounds in protests in Atlanta sparked by the deadly shooting continued surveillance video shows the twenty seven year old Brooks was taking an officer's taser during an attempted arrest at a Wendy's in any fire that taser at officers as he ran away correspondent Boris Sanchez reports one officer then shot back at Brooks officer roles the policeman who fired those shots has been terminated officer Bresnan who first responded to the scene he's on administrative duty of course Atlanta police chief Erika shields I step.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Degrees with some sun breaking through in mid town this afternoon wins news time one oh six the FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn says the Memorial Day weekend may mark the re opening of a lot of the country but he tweeted a warning today that corona virus is not yet contained as people get out and about again Han says it's up to everyone to protect themselves and their communities that means social distancing hand washing and wearing masks in the midst of the pandemic tomorrow isn't going to mirror previous Memorial Days corresponded Boris Sanchez reports people are still looking to honor those who served and officials weary of having large crowds of memorials because of coronavirus many ceremonies including reef slayings are going online the annual observance at the Arlington National Cemetery will be live streamed and closed to the public the one Thursday about a thousand old guard soldiers were allowed to continue the annual tradition of placing small American flags near each head stone more than two hundred and forty thousand in all the cemetery only allowing family members visiting their loved one's grave sites this weekend and everyone will be required to wear face masks as the country nears one hundred thousand recorded cover nineteen deaths epidemiologists warn cases will spike as people increasingly get out and about wins news time one oh seven if there's one thing we're all feeling right now it's a renewed sense of connection whether it's birthday wishes just because miles or congratulations to the grad their party might be virtual but their happiness can be very real make it memorable with one eight hundred flowers dot com one eight hundred flowers has amazing deals on two K. as in more for exclusive offers.
Trump seeks input from allies as he prepares for impeachment trial
"Corresponded Boris Sanchez reports that a source close to Donald Trump says the president's been seeking input from a variety of allies as he prepares for a potential Senate impeachment trial of president apparently seeking input from a multitude of sources and we're told by people close to the president that he keeps hearing from allies that he needs to bolster his White House legal team specifically they've encouraged him to bring on a scholar in
Trump calls for 'deeper understanding and respect' in Christmas message
"New president trump and the First Lady wished Americans a merry Christmas as they celebrate the holiday with their family in Florida more from correspondent Boris Sanchez and what the president had to say a message of unity coming from president trump on Christmas the president saying that the United States should foster a culture of deeper understanding and respect that Americans should exemplify the traits of Jesus
Conservatives put national security at risk to storm impeachment proceedings
"Two thousand conservative Republicans versus we get into a closed-door impeachment hearing just days after president trump called on GOP allies to get tough tonight a source tells CNN Mr Trump handed it's knowledge of the stunt which delayed testimony by the Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary Laura Cooper for hours as Republicans had demanded to be present outing house rules also president trump has now lifted sanctions imposed on Turkey over its military offensive against Kurds in northern Syria that's the quite testimony from his special envoy who told the House Foreign Affairs Committee that Turkish-backed forces are likely behind war crimes against Kurds added and I'm quoting now we have a problem following the president's withdrawal of us we'll talk about the breaking news and much more with Congressman Adam kinzler the foreign affairs city and our correspondents and analysts are also standing by for let's go straight to Capitol Hill our senior congressional correspondent Maharajas on the scene for US monitor truly a remarkable scene today tell our viewers what how get after five hours of fighting this testimony now taking place in your defense official answering questions about why the president's Aid Ukraine was withheld but this after Republicans delayed proceedings for hours ones we're not part of the hearing demanding to be part storming into a closed door hearing democrats pushing back and he yelled at by some Republicans even calling in the Capitol police sergeant at arms all democrats are saying in the aftermath of all of this as a day believe there's an effort to distract from key revelation in yesterday's testimony that undercut a White House defense that there was no quid pro quo installing Ukrainian aid and then we're going to try to go in there and we're GonNa try to figure out what's going on I was Republicans a storm the closed door impeachment hearing after damning testimony revealed that president trump may have stalled vital military aid to Ukraine three in exchange for help with reelection prospects it is a sham and it's time for it to end what is happening here is not fair what does that shift trying to hide its but total political hit job on the president of the United States which roughly two dozen lawmakers taking part and refusing to leave some even flouting house rules by carrying electronics into the secure space as one Republican members screamed at House Intelligence Chairman Adams live Democratic Congressman Val demings responded shouting Republicans and asking if they were trying to teach their children that it's okay to lie steal and cheat wait so long as you don't get caught leaving the hearing room Republicans argued the process wasn't fair saying the GOP is being kept in the dark but Republican pins are involved the ones who sit on the committees can ask questions and attend the hearings few GOP members talk about the damning testimony from Bill Taylor the top US diplomat in Ukraine who testified that US Ambassador to the U. Ordinance Solomon told him that President trump held up US military aid to Ukraine until that country agreed to reopen an investigation into the Biden and the two thousand sixteen campaign visit the opening statement says if you were in a court of law would you rely just on the opening statement of an attorney Democrats called protests a stunt to distract from Taylor's testimony gets a extent it's GonNa all of this is going to be forgotten very soon because the real story is what did the president do and why and the harm that it's onto our national security our Republican colleagues evidently have freaked out because they have nothing substantive to say about that they're not denying it in any way they're just trying to avoid it and so instead they attack the committee process of Congress it's it's really a pathetic show on their part GOP leaders stuck to the the house lying insisting there was no quid pro quo based on a rough transcript the White House released a July phone call between trump and Ukrainian president Linski nowhere in that phone call is there a quid pro quo did the president ask just as America does every day to work on different cases now McCarthy also said a quid pro quo means essentially getting something physically or in exchange for something he said name me one thing that Ukraine digital at least honey he said nothing that's a new line of defense coming from Republicans but also today wolf a setback for the trump administration in court a federal judge ruled that the State Department has thirty days to turn over to a watchdog group American oversight records related to communications between Mike Pompeo the secretary of state and the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani so while Congress has tried to get those records the State Department has denied access to those records perhaps as washout group could get those records and we'll see how that affects impeachment going forward going on thank you very much let's bring in our White House correspondent Boris Sanchez Boris this chaos up on Capitol Hill comes just days after trump told Republicans they need to get tough and fight the impeachment inquiry what are you hearing over there that's right wolf president trump again calling on Republicans more aggressive in defending him he said so just moments ago at an event in Pittsburgh the president calling for unity in his party as he tries to defend his founding serious strategy even top officials contradict the president's description on what's happening on the ground there let's see if we can get in tonight as this was unfolding on Capitol Hill with Republican members interrupting testimony from the latest impeachment witness a source tells C. N. N. that not only was the stunt preplanned but president trump was given a heads up a source revealing that some of the Republican members who storm Laura Cooper's deposition appeared at the wall White House Tuesday night president trump also shooting a warning to Republicans who aren't standing by him through the fight quote the never trumper Republicans though on respirators with not many left or in certain ways worse and more dangerous for our country than the do nothing Democrats Watch offer them they are human scum there are the tweet coming on the heels of the number two Republican in the Senate lamenting testimony from the president's top diplomat in Ukraine Bill Taylor Senator John Thune telling reporters off camera quote the picture coming out of it based on the reporting that we've seen I would you say is not a good one behind closed doors the president's attorneys are scrambling sources say trump's legal team is recalibrating their impeached in strategy keeping the focus on the Democrats command of legal proceedings instead of trying to answer for the substance of trump's alleged actions on Ukraine the president is being denied due
'Get Over It': Trump campaign sells T-shirts following Mulvaney quid pro quo comments
"We start with our politics lead the White House today working overtime to clean up a mess of its own making after that top trump aide admitted to the very act at the center of the impeachment inquiry Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney now denying that he said President trump engaged in a quid pro quo with Ukraine withholding security to pressure that country conduct an investigation that would help president trump politically denying it that's very clearly what Mick Mulvaney said yesterday take a listen it is a quid pro quo it is funding will not flow unless the investigation into the Democratic Server happen as well we we do we do that all the time with foreign policy and I have news for everybody get over it there's going to be political influence in foreign policy that admission or confession if you will shocked the nation's capital including individuals in the White House and Mulvaney was quickly ordered to clean it up he issued a statement claiming that he had not said what he very clearly said Republican Congressman Francis Rooney of Florida a former diplomat said in response to the attempted walk back quote it's not an sketch how in life can you do those kinds of things when you've just said it right there on national TV unquote ruined also saying that the admission shocked him and he wants more information president trump and his aides are today trying to pretend that they are not worried about any of this as CNN's Boris Sanchez it's now from the White House President Trump dodging questions today about Mick Mulvaney is damning press briefing in which the Acting Chief of staff admitted trump held back aid to Ukraine in exchange for political favors asked about Mulvaney trump pivoting sharply ms presidents you clarify Mick Mulvaney said yesterday was the key I think he clarified it and I do have to say this we yesterday had a tremendous day in Texas delving in and extended rant and refusing to take any more questions about Mulvaney controversial confession is a quick profile it is funny will not flow in west the investigation into the democratic server five happened as well we do we do that all the time with foreign policy the movie has since walk that back but that's not stopping the concern on Capitol Hill from both sides of the aisle was he talking about just general corruption or was he talking the Biden issue the Biden issue would be what's very concerning because it would be using if it's true using taxpayer funded aid and policy for a political reason which is totally wrong this is an administration that obviously it's off the rails and he had a moment of truth and then realized that was not going to be good for the president had walked back behind the scenes at the White House a source close to trump says the president is unhappy with Mulvaney who baffled the residents legal team by contradicting repeated denials of a quid pro quo with Ukraine is no quid pro flow there was no quid pro quo and do it there was no quid pro quo that's possibly why last night mulvaney blamed the media claiming they misconstrued his remarks the White House also trying spin the contradiction he did a great job he mentioned the same message over and over and over and now the media of course is you know we put a statement out clarifying some of the things at the media got themselves in a tizzy over as the White House disputes but we also Mulvaney say that we should all get over it the trump campaign is looking to off it they're not using get over it as a slogan Jake that they put on a t-shirt and are selling online Jacob all right so first they denied the quid pro quo Ben they admitted it then they denied it and now they're selling t shirts a moment that the president's personal attorneys of deemed baffled
White House, China And President discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Well it's been a volatile day on Wall Street and that the White House the day began with a big announcement from China about terrorists with the president firing back tweeting that the US does not need China the chair of the federal reserve says the risk of a slowdown is growing and that is spooked investors even more so by the end of the day stocks finished in the red that is Boris Sanchez reports it's still unclear or what all this means for interest rates Adam is really fantastic president Donald Trump triggered by new Chinese terrorists huddling with his economic advisers in the White House for attempting to unveil immediate retaliation firing off a string of tweets writing well our country has lost stupidly trillions of dollars with China over many years I won't let that happen we don't need China and frankly would be far better off without them also adding a demand he doesn't have the power to enforce reading our great American companies are hereby ordered to immediately start looking for an alternative to China including bringing your company's home and making your products in the USA trump also was sailing Jerome Powell after the fed chairman acknowledge troubling signs in the economy for gave no signal the fed would follow trumps called cut interest rates next month speaking at an economic symposium Powell saying quote were carefully watching developments as we assess their implications for the U. S. outlook and the path of monetary policy for in response the president tweeting import as usual the fed did nothing we have a very strong dollar and a very weak fed my only question is who is our bigger enemy Jay Powell or chairman she
"boris sanchez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Has details of a men's match for the ages on sports this is America in the morning I'm John trout president trump is facing backlash from Democrats after he tweeted that for progressive democratic Congress women of color were foreign born troublemakers Boris Sanchez reports from the White House president trump on Sunday launching new attacks against Q. progressive Democrats suggesting that some members of Congress should go back to their countries it is in reference them by name of the president was apparently referring representative L. Han more Alexander across your Cortez proceeded to leave and I on a Presley they have had a rift with house speaker Nancy Pelosi the president writes that they can't leave fast enough I'm sure that Nancy Pelosi would be very happy to quickly work out free travel arrangements the president trying to exploit this rift caused by Vare opposition to a bill on immigration funding that house speaker Nancy Pelosi help to pass and pulls his criticism of their social media use of the president though may have had these tweets backfire though because these four congressmen have launched attacks at him and now house speaker Nancy Pelosi has tweeted out in solidarity with them on the house speaker writing quote I reject Donald Trump Xena phobic comments meant to divide our nation rather than attack members of Congress you should work with us for humane immigration policy that reflects American values the president yet again using the language of white nationalist to core supporters who feel uncomfortable about immigration and it is something that this president frequently is used before something at his obviously very comfortable doing for centuries at the White House it's twenty one till even though tropical depression berry.
British government defends ambassador who called Trump 'inept' and 'incompetent'
"Office the British ambassador to the United States has described president trump is insecure inept and incompetent White House correspondent Boris Sanchez says the government the British government is try to put some distance between itself and the ambassadors assessment is not refuting with the ambassador said these communications was suggesting that his views are not necessarily aligned with all of the leadership of the U. K. the cables are from twenty seventeen to the president they were leaked to win published by a British
Donald Trump, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe talk trade, North Korea and sumo wrestling
"Shinzo abbey are going to talk trade on the golf course this morning says White House correspondent Boris Sanchez. And Trump is going to be hitting the links with Japanese Prime minister this visit from Shinzo Abe's comes at a very important time for to go between the United States and Japan over a number of issues coming bilateral trade talks as well as the curing the region and the ongoing efforts by the United States to g nuclear is
Trump meets with Cabinet as shutdown lingers — live updates
"Cabinet at the White House. But in just three hours he and congressional leaders will get together for their first face-to-face meeting since the partial government shutdown over border wolf funding began twelve days ago. Correspondent Boris Sanchez reports. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi has been tweeting derives, quote, Donald Trump has given Democrats are great opportunity to show how we will govern responsibly and quickly pass our plan to end the irresponsible Trump shutdown. Just the first sign of things to come in our new democratic majority committed to working for the people. White House spokesman Sarah Sanders says Democrats have failed to properly respond to the president's offer to negotiate a settlement. Former Senate majority leader, Harry
"boris sanchez" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Excludes funding for southern border wall. Correspondent Boris Sanchez reports that the president is unlikely to sign a deal like that Democrats supporting the sources are going to vote on Thursday on a bipartisan package of six bills that would reopen the government until February that package contains one point three billion dollars for border security, no funding for the president's long promised border wall. So it's unlikely that he is going to sign off on it's largely symbolic move to show the Democrats are willing to reopen the federal government. Now, a spokesman for majority leader Mitch McConnell says that Senate Republicans would not take any action without the president's backing of the Bill. The federal government shutdown is forced the cancellation of a public hearing on a cleanup proposal for the site of a former housing complex in northwest, Indiana, northwestern Indiana times reporting today that the EPA says the January tenth hearing on the west Kelly bet housing complex site will not be held public comments on the EPA as cleanup plans. We're being accepted until January fourteenth. Those plans included two foot, deep removal of lead and arsenic, contaminated soil, the agency estimates at the cleanup costs about twenty six million dollars. He's one President Trump says of his decision to withdraw American troops on the ground in Syria, helping local militants fight ISIS. Bob Costantini, though, says there's some question of how soon the president wants to accomplish his goal of a pullout didn't Trump may or may not be pausing. He's plans for a swift. Withdrawal of us forces on the ground in Syria. The police idea grew out of Senator Lindsey Graham's lunch with the president on Sunday. According to Graham, however, in an interview with Fox News, Mr. Trump is still talking about a matter of weeks for pulling the two thousand or so Americans out of Syria. I campaigned on getting out of the endless wars. And frankly, I've done more than I said because not only did I am I able to get out, but I've also one you look at what I've done we've really largely a radical ISIS. The withdrawal move. Prompted criticism from many Republicans and the decision to leave for secretary of defense James Mattis. Bob Costantini, Washington. As we start a new year. The Chicago police department says gun violence dropped in the city last year ago. Police say overall there were five hundred fifty murders in two thousand eighteen one hundred fewer than in two thousand seventeen police say overall crime is down ten percent since two thousand sixteen when Chicago had its highest murder rate in two decades. The police department also says overall shootings fell fourteen percent compared to twenty seventeen and have dropped thirty two percent since two thousand sixteen police also seized almost ten thousand guns twenty eighteen John Dempsey WLS AM eight nine thousand eight WLS news time ten oh. Four.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Report deadly Pittsburgh shooting violence, shattered the calm at a Jewish synagogue on Saturday in the Pittsburgh neighborhood where the late Mr. Rogers lived, President Trump has ordered that flags at federal buildings. Be flown at half staff in the wake of the attack on the tree of life synagogue. He called the anti semitic attack an attack on all Americans this wicked act of mass murder. Is pure evil. Hard to believe. Frankly, something that is unimaginable. The president says he'll travel to Pittsburgh, but didn't elaborate asked whether gun laws need to be revisited. The president said things might have been different. If there had been an armed guard at the synagogue, Jerry bowed lender. Pittsburgh forty six year old Robert Bowers, Pennsylvania faces twenty nine federal counts including weapons offenses and hate crimes in the shooting. I'm Barbara Kusak. Correspondent Boris Sanchez reports that President Trump went on with his campaign schedule ahead of the midterm elections. Despite these synagogues shooting he told supporters here that he decided to move on. Because quote, we can't make evil people important for the second time in a week. He called on Americans to unite in the face of domestic terror sing that all Americans had to come together to fight the scourge of antisemitism. Law enforcement officials plan to further discuss the massacre at a news conference later this morning. Folkston Brazil casting ballots today in a presidential election. There is a desire for radical change their among many Brazilians after years of turmoil. That's fueled the rise of far-right former army, captain who supporters say we'll fight crime and corruption is elected president. But opponents warned that he threatens one of the world's largest democracies. I'm Barbara Kusak..
Typhoon Mangkhut lashes Hong Kong and mainland China; at least 28 dead in Philippines
"Says the detour will add hours to travel plans were asking those travelers to use Virginia's sixty four west to ICTY one to us seventy five in Tennessee to us sixteen into Georgia truck didn't says the detour helps ensure drivers will not become stranded on closed interstates. The death toll at least thirteen I'm Barbara Kusak.
Border Patrol agent suspected of killing 4 women
"I'm Evan Haning. Earlier President Trump approved disaster relief funds for North Carolina and tonight is tweeting his sympathies for victims of Florence the president also took to Twitter to defend his response to Maria in Puerto Rico last year saying there was no way the death toll was nearly three thousand people, but
"boris sanchez" Discussed on WJR 760
"Sixty WJR Detroit. Wildfires government shutdown threat I'm Anne Cates tens of thousands of northern California residents remained evacuated as a. Massive wildfire scorch is a region Chester county sheriff Tombo Zenko says the death toll from the car fire has climbed to. Six. Not releasing the area where the most. Recent decision, was found as far as evacuation evacuation notices the sheriff's office. And our allied partners were giving. Notifications ahead of the fire as much as possible this was a very quick moving fire we. Used a number of methods from technologies such as. Reverse nine one one code red and, I paused, systems, and addition to going actually. Door to door President Trump is vowing, to shut down the federal government if Democrats, don't give, him his border wall correspondent Boris Sanchez we've seen before President Trump wants his Border wall by any means. Necessary this is not the first time but he made the threat to shut down the federal government over a. Budget spending on his border wall if you recall, last year we were, in a similar situation. With congress having, to pass continuing resolutions from September all the way to early twenty eighteen. Analysts say a federal government shutdown before the midterm elections could backfire on President Trump if voters blame Republicans who control, congress for the interruption in services the Trump administration says it has met a court order deadline, to bring together children separated from their parents at the border correspondent Caley heart tongue reports hundreds are. Still apart government has been patting itself. On the back over the.
Woman, 2 great grandchildren reportedly killed by California blaze
"I'm Barton. Eckerd wildfires are charring, California five people are now. Dead it's the dog days of summer in southern California where firefighters are battling the massive Creston fire and the heat temperatures on the fire. Lines reaching one hundred ninety. Degrees Cal fire. Chief Ken Pimlott says the hotter guests during the, day the greater the fire activities are extreme. Conditions this is how fires burning in. California hundreds of homes have been, destroyed thousands more threatened in the largest three along with the Cranston fire, here the car fire in northern California and the Ferguson fire near, Yosemite national park have very little. Containment there are several more fires burning in the, state putting a strain on not just, firefighters but firefighting. Resources Jim Roope Los, Angeles family members of three people missing say they have confirmed to be dead Shasta, county a, woman and her four and five year old great grandchildren killed as. Well. President Trump's current lawyer continues to go after one time fix Michael, Cohen car Correspondent Boris Sanchez reports the president has remained mostly mum President Trump is not answered. Directly Washington's about Michael Cohen's. Claims nor about. That personal private recording he apparently made a conversation, that he had with President Trump he has. However tweeted about Michael Cohen at one. Point suggesting that Colin could potentially, be making up stories to get him out of legal troubles connected to, his taxi business the search goes on for a missing Iowa college, student correspondent Andy rose across Iowa. Friends family and volunteers are trying to find Molly, Tibbets the twenty year old university of, Iowa student disappeared. Last week Tibbets was, last seen jogging along a rural highway near her boyfriend's house she was dog sitting, for him, on the day of the disappearance on Thursday police said there was. No. Indication that her boyfriend was involved now they're working to.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on KOMO
"Is July eighteenth I'm. Evan. Haning and our closeup President Trump backtracks and says he misspoke about Russia's election meddling we'll hear from Boris Sanchez. MGM resorts international is suing the victims of last October's mass shooting in Las Vegas Jim Roope will tell us why AccuWeather meteorologist dean. Devore has amid weak devore cast and maybe. A little relief from heat and humidity. The American League wins the all star game Robert workman has that story was. Sports a new record high for the, NASDAQ Tanya Hansen is in, for Tom Busby and in the middle. Of the week we check with entertainment. Editor Kevin. Car for new. Home video releases we'll do that in about. Twenty members it's seven past the hour President Trump says he misspoke about Russian election meddling and. Boris Sanchez, has details. Facing fierce backlash after his stunning Press conference with. Russian leader Vladimir Putin the president met with. Lawmakers at the White House this afternoon reading from extensive prepared remarks The strongest respect for, our intelligence agencies headed by despite months of calling the investigations that led to evidence that Russia meddled in two thousand sixteen election which hunts, Trump says he fully supports is intelligence agencies despite appearing to side with Putin in Helsinki have. Great confidence in, my ingelligence people. But I will tell. You that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today he just said it's. Not Russia I will say this I don't see any reason why it would be the president today attempting to clarify that remark and I. Thought I would be maybe a little bit on on the transcript or, unclear on the actual video Should have been I don't see any reason why it wouldn't pay Russia Sort of a double negative sources close to the White House, tells CNN the president was, upbeat, as he, walked off the stage Monday but. After watching press coverage aboard Air Force One sources say Trump. Became furious fuming aids about receiving, scant support from Republicans over his. Performance one rear voice defending the. President Senator rand Paul on, CNN absolutely I'm with the president on. This, the president responded on Twitter thanking the Kentucky Senator correspondent Boris Sanchez well, victims of the largest mass murderer in modern US history are, being sued Jim Roope reports on the plaintiff in this very unusual lawsuit Evan MGM resorts, owns the, Mandalay bay resort where from the thirty second floor last October first done fire rain down on thousands. Of concert goers killing.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"All right so as he tries to build all that expe you know all that excitement the president went on to say this is really important he will not ask his nominees if they will overturn roe v way now you might say well look at the nominees on the list we can tell what they think but that's not always true and it's a hugely significant statement if true the president also previewing his upcoming summit with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki president we're talking about your grade we're going to be talking about syria we'll be talking about elections and we don't want anybody differing with elections that's a big deal he doesn't want anyone tampering because you'll remember only yesterday the president tweeted russia continues to say they had nothing to do with meddling in our election and then you know went on to talk about shady james comey and the disgraced fbi so that would be very important and then the president didn't stop addressing reports that he wants to replace his chief of staff john kelly how long do you think that i don't know a lot to get to the evening so let's start with boris sanchez he is traveling with president trump and boris the president's spending the weekend at is golf course in bedminster where you are standing tonight one headline after another he wanted to talk he wanted to spend his flight chatting let's start with the president's possible meetings this weekend with supreme court nominees he says he's got that list of twenty five down to as few as five two women on that list of that's right erin the president taking control of the narrative if you recall just a few hours ago we were talking about that embarrassing phone call that he shared with a comedian prank phone call aboard air force warren and just about twenty minutes he has shifted the news in a different direction one where he likes it to go he talked about potentially hosting one or two possible replacements for justice anthony kennedy at his property in bedminster this weekend saying that he's whittled down that list of twentyfive possible candidates down to five including as you noted two women one topic that's not going to be up for discussion this weekend roe versus wade the president saying that it would be inappropriate to discuss these possible candidates positions on abortion during their meetings here's more from president trump on that very topic nobody who would overturn roe v wade well you know say a great group of intellectual talent but we really you know they are generally considered i'm not gonna ask him that question by the way that's not a question i'll be asking the president also saying he is not going to be asking these candidates their position on lgbtq rights too quick notes aaron on the subject of ladimir putin the president suggesting that he may actually bring up the subject of election meddling with the russian leader during their meeting in helsinki next month the big question here is how strongly is president trump actually going to confront vladimir putin he's faced criticism from some of his staunchest allies over what was perceived as a weak response to putin during previous meetings when putin has denied meddling in the two thousand sixteen election and lastly on chief of staff john kelly the president denying reports that he was considering a replacement we've previously reported that sources of indicated that president trump has reached out to allies polling them on their views of possible replacements for john kelly four months so this is something that we know has been on his radar again unclear exactly what the president to do there but it is been it has been part of discussions that he's been having all right thank you very much boris and i want to go now to new york times white house reporter julie hirschfeld davis new york times columnist frank bruni and former federal prosecutor jennifer rogers frank the president says he's gonna talk about elections with lot amir putin says he doesn't want anyone tampering with our election yesterday obviously he sort of went on the vein that he did one of the last times he met with putin said well he says he doesn't didn't do it you know yesterday was the russia says they had nothing to do with meddling in our election that was it on russia but you know he.
Two people dead, following small plane crash near Detroit's City Airport - Story
"People dead one in critical condition after the fiery crash of a small single engine plane just off detroit city airport that happened last night president trump calls for people who enter the us illegally illegal border crossers just to be sent back to their countries immediately and the people who oppose this say they wouldn't get any judicial process due process here's correspondent boris sanchez with his thoughts on the white house president tweeting out on sunday morning quote we cannot allow all of these people to invade our country when somebody comes in we must immediately with no judges or court cases bring them back from where they came our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and law and order most children come without parents are immigration policy laughed at all over the world is very unfair to all of those people who've gone through this system legally and are.
Trump calls for deporting illegal immigrants with 'no judges or court cases'
"Two six six five nine seven that's ranked two six six five nine seven it's seven five send them back interview cancelled i'm elliot francis president trump is demanding that immigrants who enter the us undocumented should be sent back to their country without going through the judicial process before they're deported president made the band in a series of tweets sunday correspondent boris sanchez writes quote we cannot allow all of these people to invade our country when somebody comes in we must immediately with no judges or court cases bring them back from where they came our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and law and order most children come without parents are immigration policy is laughed at all over the world the president then went on to make a case for merit based immigration aclu claims the action suggested by the president could be a violation of the constitution teenage boy is reported missing from an immigrant housing facility and brownsville texas on sunday police officers were called to the southwest key customer punt ray location after reports of a missing fifteen year old boy official with the the health and human services confirms the teen ran away but couldn't confirm what happened to him after that well don't feel macro stormy daniels interview with federal prosecutors scheduled for monday has been canceled sierra crawford tells why word comes from attorney michael evans who blasted the move on twitter saying they went out of their way to accommodate the prosecutors and now they have to cancel the interview because the press found out in the quote can handle a few cameras outside of their offices the plan was to question daniels about the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payments you received from michael cohen shortly before the two thousand sixteen election in exchange for her silence about an alleged affair she had with the president about a decade earlier meantime cohen remains under investigation for possible campaign finance violations in addition to bank in wire fraud i'm sierra crawford south carolina congressional candidate badly hurt in a.
Trump ally Roger Stone met with Russian offering dirt on Clinton
"Sixty san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa open the case of oh skills closer look at immigration back to back wins i'm barbara kusak a group of democratic lawmakers say enough is enough and want the trump administration zero tolerance immigration policy to end congressman david says alenia rhode island among a group that went to mcallen texas to get a firsthand look at customs and border protections processing centers part of the reason we're here today is how to help raise awareness all across the country that people will demand of his family separation practice and once and for all and that we we do everything that we can to make sure the american people understand what's happening because this is being done in our names in the name of the american people and i think most people when they hear this are horrified and do not want it to be done in their name to emmigration bills go up for a house vote this week the special counsel is looking into a previously undisclosed meeting between longtime trump adviser roger stone in russian figure who allegedly tried to sell him dirt on hillary clinton for a hefty price correspondent boris sanchez reports stone says he met with a russian national named henry greenburg who claim to be an fbi informant greenberg has publicly denied that he was working under the direction of the fbi when he met with stone back in may of two thousand sixteen his account of that meeting differ slightly from stone he says his work as an fbi informant ended back in two thousand thirteen it was a big afternoon for floridian brooks kept winning the us open and becoming the first man in twenty nine years to win back to back titles as he tells fox sports this is incredible you know i don't think i could have dreamed of this.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"A lot of tension behind the smiling handshakes at this weekend's summit of the alliance of industrialized nations known as the group of seven or g seven in charlotte wa quebec quebec canada the other leaders have been confronting president trump about his tariffs and so far only one italy's giuseppi conti has agreed with president trump that russia should be reinstated after being banned for its actions in crimea and this morning the president arrived late to the breakfast on gender equality we go to cnn's boris sanchez for an update boris was he just late getting out of the sack or was that a reflection of the subject matter that was being discussed at breakfast that is a good question michael one that i have presented to white house officials i've yet to get a response some may say that the president perhaps took a bit too long picking out a tie at this was just a coincidence said he was laid but we should point out that the president was late to the summit by more than an hour he had to reschedule bilateral meeting with french president emmanuel macron and obviously white house officials have told us that he's deporting early he's not taking part in a number of sessions dedicated to the environment climate change the health of the world's oceans so for the president to arrive late to this meeting perhaps could be read with some intention on his part especially when you consider the idea that donald trump is so sensitive to optics this is a president that understands the power of an image and for him to show up late to this meeting perhaps it sends a signal to these other leaders about how he feels after all he spent much of this.
Special counsel brings new charges against Paul Manafort in Russia probe
"Member fdic g seven meeting cordial russia probe charges i'm barbara kusak the white house talked up meetings between president trump and french president macron and canadian prime minister trudeau with g seven summit in quebec calling them positive president trump created a stir though ahead of the meeting by calling for russia to be let back into the group correspondent boris sanchez followed up on that official from the national security council just spoke with cnn telling us that the president's comments on russian today were unplanned we asked him about rumors that there was a potential summit between president trump and vladimir putin that was being worked on that official told us that there was some discussion about it some chatter former trump campaign manager paul manafort is facing new charges as part of special counsel robert muller's russia probe more from correspondent evan perez prosecutors earlier this week alleged that paul manafort was attempting to reach out to witnesses and coach them and and perhaps getting getting them to commit perjury in their testimony to the to the special counsel instead what we've seen is the special counsel bringing new charges against paul manafort with more than six hundred homes destroyed by lava from the erupting killer way of okay no on hawaii's big island civil defense administrator talmadge mag noses there assisting evacuees need of longer term arrangements four hundred ten people in both shelters were continues with the state and fema to work on the next level of housing for these folks get them out of shelters and you'll know more comfortable prevention experts say efforts to fight suicide in the united states are desperate for additional funding as new statistics show a growing problem too high profile deaths of chef anthony.
Chairman, Special Counsel and Paris discussed on The Steve Dahl Show
"When u s servicemembers dead and four wounded in somalia president trump and macron talk trade in advance of the g seven summit and tech stocks love news next but first the weather channel forecast widely scattered showers and thunderstorms forcier the saffir duterte indices evening otherwise mostly cloudy skies low seventies this afternoon low sixties tonight widely scattered showers and storms possible against saturday highs tomorrow mid eighties from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ken boone wls am eight ninety with another update in thirty minutes it is seventy degrees in chicago coming in word from pentagon officials that one us service member has been killed and four others wounded after coming under attack by mortars and small arms in somalia at the pentagon correspondent barbara starr reports the us forces came under attack by mortars and small arms fire working with local african forces in this region of southern somalia this is an area of very heavy insurgent activity us troops had been there helping fight against this al qaeda affiliate known as the alshabaab the four wounded were meta fact out of the area their condition unknown president trump and parental president emmanuel macron met briefly before world leaders convened in canada correspondent boris sanchez reports that their discussion on trade followed an overture from the french leader on twitter macron tweeting out that he would always keep the dialogue open that he was attempting to find some common ground with president trump not only on the issue of trade but also on a slew of other things that the president is divided from some of the united states closest and longest standing allies whether the iran nuclear deal the paris climate accord's or this new issue at the president brought up of russia potentially rejoining the g seven macron's office says the two had a very cordial discussion of about ten minutes president trump and his world counterparts have now opened their first working session of the meeting of major industrialized nations new charges filed against paul manafort these special counsel robert muller has brought additional charges against president trump's campaign chairman and longtime associate accusing them of obstructing justice the new charges were unsealed today against paul manafort and.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Neighborhoods under mandatory evacuations at the top of the world in the city of laguna beach mandatory evacuations they have evacuations center set up we have the city of ho two thousand one hundred and forty five homes under mandatory evacuation preparations are being made in singapore ahead of a planned meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un correspondent boris sanchez says preparations are also underway in washington actually got a chance to ask sanders today how the president was preparing she indicated that he was spending at least part of his weekend preparing for his summit with kim jong un on june twelfth in singapore but we didn't get any details as for as who he's consulting with or what exactly he is reviewing finance ministers from six economic powers are showing their displeasure with tariffs president trump slept and steel and aluminum imports from three us allies officials from canada france germany italy japan and great britain told the us treasury secretary tell the president about their unanimous concern i'm barton necker hi john say this so i'll just say what is he linda i think we should see other people maybe we should an emotional roller coaster surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Is ongoing our pentagon correspondent barbara starr is joining us right now tell us about this exercise named max thunder max funder what a name well you know that's an annual regular routinely scheduled exercise according to the pentagon focuses a lot on us and south korean forces practicing air maneuvers another exercise also going on right now full eagle that is going on that involves land and air forces you're talking about several thousand us troops now why does the us over the decades insist on doing these exercises they say it's so that both us and south korean forces know how to operate with each other in a contingency in crisis and that it helps defend the peninsula kim jong has never been happy about them and he just recently in terms of cancelling this upcoming meeting later today wednesday already in the peninsula he called it provocative military disturbances even though he had said that he was more flexible in understanding why these exercises take place so we come full circle why is he being so provocative again is he tried to squeeze another concession out of the us does he see president trump so anxious to achieve a summit that kim thinks he can maneuver against him or is it possible that inside somewhere inside the regime someone some other pressure is being exerted on chem and he is feeling that pressure we don't know the answer this afternoon us agencies across washington scrambling to figure it all out the intelligence community access to try to find out what's going on barbara starr at the pentagon thanks so the north korean threat about the summit certainly caught the trump administration completely by surprise the white house is scrambling to come up with a formal public response let's go to our white house correspondent boris sanchez what are you learning bores.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And obviously these islands have been created by that force and to stand there and to feel it and to listen to it until feel the reverberations in your chest and to be able to look at it and smell it even taste it it's a very very humbling experience scientists are bracing for a huge eruption of kilowatt saying all the elements are in place for an explosive event lots of ceremony lots of security in israel for tomorrow's official opening of the us embassy in jerusalem the trump administration's done with many past presidents refused to do in moving the embassy from tel aviv else tinian protesters hoping that as many as one hundred thousand people gather a designated spots in gaza on monday palestinians claim jerusalem as their capital will the trump kim summit really happen so far the signs of positive correspondent boris sanchez has more on what president trump's been doing and the advice he's been getting president trump taken time speaking to a number of his advisors and foreign leaders as well including china's president xi jinping the president clearly trying to gain some perspective on kim jong own from xi jinping someone who has met with the north korean leader numerous times in the lead up to this summit the president tweeted his concern for jobs in china is ordering the commerce department to do what it can to help the chinese phone companies z t the fourth largest maker of smartphones here in the us last month the us band american firms from selling parts to z t e for seven years but in a tweet today president trump says he is working to give z t e away to get back into business fast no comment yet from the commerce department i'm.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Plan trial outburst i'm elliot francis former white house chief strategist steve bannon is trying to get the white house on board with a plan he came up with designed to cripple special counsel robert muller's russian investigation published reports claim the strategy involves firing deputy attorney general rob rosenstein more from correspondent boris sanchez sources told us that they believe that bannon's plan is unnecessary that the special counsel and the president's legal team have been working well together so far they believed that the legal team has been firm with the special counsel we should keep in mind though that same sources indicated that the president is still furious about these f b i raids on his personal attorney michael collins home hotel room and his officers speaker paul ryan says twenty years in the people's house is enough you won't run for reelection this year choosing to return home to his family in wisconsin move is considered a blow to fellow republicans ahead of midterm elections it's also expected to impact the president's two thousand eighteen benda during kospi's retrial on sexual assault charges wednesday one of the more dramatic moments came after testimony steve kastenbaum was there she land lash was on the witness stand when the judge called for a lunch break through her tears she shouted you remember don't you mr cosby the defense objected and called for a mistrial the judge denied the request she cried through most of her testimony as she described how as a teenager she met cosby in las vegas she claimed he gave her a blue pill that knocked her out and then he sexually assaulted her earlier the defense cross examined another cosby accuser heidi thomas they questioned her veracity and her motives saying she made a career out of being cosby accuser thomas pushed back saying all she wanted was to see a.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on WTMA
"And floated the idea of denuclearization provided south korea and the us cooperate in the future correspondent ivan watson president trump went on twitter this morning to say president she contacted him last night trump tweets there's a good chance at kim will do what's right for his people and for humanity well the white house is not refuting a report that trump wants to pay for his border wall out of america's military budget despite his campaign pledge that mexico would pay for the wall president floated this idea recently with some advisors even presenting it to house speaker paul ryan during discussions about the omnibus spending bill that he signed into law last week we didn't really get a clear read of what the speakers reaction was correspondent boris sanchez i'm evan haning twelve fifty this is clark howard are you in a job that you tolerate are you in a job you like instead of love do you know it's been at least a generation since it was more in your favor as a worker to get out there and see what other opportunities there might be right now employers need workers so badly and in so many job categories pay rates are going up and up but if you're sticking where you are and just tolerating the job you have it's time for you to get off your rear end and get out there and see what opportunities might be there because it could be a twofer you could go from a job that you just go through the paces of to win that you really enjoy and in addition find a job that'll pay you potentially significantly more than you make right now so don't just take something for granted go up for opportunity what happened you used.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The case of oh skills dod on the wall the unofficial visit i'm elliot francis president trump is considering the possibility of requesting that the pentagon foot the bill for his proposed border wall between us and mexico detail from correspondent boris sanchez floated this idea recently with some advisors even presenting it to house speaker paul ryan during discussions about the omnibus spending bill that he signed into law last week we didn't really get a clear read of what the speakers reaction was nor of this is really a serious path forward for border wall funding keep in mind that congress would have to go back and approve any changes to twenty eight eighteen funding for the budget obviously it didn't really have a whole lot of support last week it only got about one point six billion out of a one point three trillion dollar bill officials confirm that north korean leader kim jong un visited china this week for high level meetings can met with chinese leaders shuzhen paying and what's being described as an unofficial visit in california the state attorney general says he'll oversee the investigation into the sacramento police shooting of an unarmed black man day ag havi sarah says his office is not investigating the death of stefan clark but rather working with the police department and the da's office as they conduct there's tried to provide independent eileen while state city community and religious leaders like pastor anthony sadler are calling on calm peaceful protests as the investigation continues we have an opportunity with the national spotlight not only the heal ourselves to act of god but the show nation how a city can pull together and tragedy and bring something good out of it the officers involved in the shooting around administrative leave i'm jim rebound tempers and emotions flittering sacramento as the brother of stuff on clark interrupted a city council meeting and protesters again for the second night blocked the entrance the sacramento kings game eventually that came went off his scheduled i'm elliot francis are you sick and tired of being sick and tired wouldn't you rather be healthy energetic and fit i'm dennis black ten years ago i developed a texas sized solution to america's health crisis and make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits and vegetables sixty pounds i mean that's huge since i've been on superfood i haven't been sick shocking how much energy i have join us on texas superfood dot com texassuperfood dot com or call eight seven seven fifty five texas that's eight seven seven.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Startling report from the new york times but in a meeting in june president trump said haitian immigrants all have age correspondent boris sanchez says the white house is denying it thera sanders press terry refuted other reporting in the new york times saying that the president did not make these statements she writes general kelly general mcmaster secretary tillerson secretary nielsen and all other senior staff actually in the meeting denied these outrageous claims and it is both sad and telling the new york times print the lies of their anonymous sources the times also says the president said we should nigerian immigrants would never go back to their huts and that afghanistan is a terrorist haven a federal judge in seattle last night partially lifted a trump administration ban on entry into the us of some refugees the judge said family members of people in the us from some mostly muslim countries should be allowed to enter the justice department says he disagrees with the ruling i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting president donald trump's eleven nation refugee ban was partially blocked by a judge who founded violated federal rule making requirements us district judge james robart in seattle who issued one of the earliest orders halting the president's january travel ban said in a ruling yesterday the trump administration can continue to deny entry to refugees who don't have ties to relatives or institutions in the us vice media's cofounders told employees the company had failed them in a letter dated yesterday shane smith and seriche all the said we have failed as a company to create a safe and inclusive workplace where everyone especially women can feel respected and thrive this comes as the new york times published a story describing more than a dozen cases of sexual misconduct and legal settlements paid to four women advice media abounds back yesterday for bitcoin along with most of the major cryptocurrencies that halted a fourday tumble yesterday's broad recovery came after bearish news that had shaved to 24 percent off bitcoin's value last week the week we'll be short because of the christmas holiday tomorrow but there's still plenty going on on the economic calendar a report on wednesday may show consumer confidence eased this month from a seventeen year high in november investors will also be watching this week for reports on initial jobless claims home prices for october and the.
"boris sanchez" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Flood insurance premiums go down or they may not even need it anymore a little boy has died after he was struck by a jeep on a jersey city street saturday eight year old jeremiah grant had been crossing the busy intersection of grove street and christopher michael christopher columbus drive with zan some cousins a witness told cbs too that the driver was chased by bystanders before he stopped but no charges have been filed authorities say the sixty year old union city man might not realise he'd had any one there's a manhunt underway in the bronx for a guy you tried to kidnap a teenage girl on saturday police police say the 16yearold victim was grabbed by a man on grand concourse and clark place he then said quote shut up i have a gun and tried to drag her into a vehicle but there was a struggle the feisty teen bid him and ran away she has a bruce from where the fiend punched her in the face otherwise she is okay well as charges reportedly looming the collusion case involving the trump campaign's ties to russia president trump let loose on twitter today he calls had called a phony trump for russia collusion and tried to turn the attention on his onetime presidential opponent correspondent boris sanchez reports resident was active on twitter fired up over what he calls a lack of investigations into hillary clinton specifically citing several examples he mentioned the now infamous dossier he also mentions this russian uranium deal in which he accuses hillary clinton of taking bribes from russians he goes onto mention her emails what he calls other colmey fix meanwhile new jersey governor chris christie of four prosecutor himself says any former trump employees have been implicated in the probe by special counsel robert muller shouldn't expect president trump to bail them out with a pardon anybody sitting around and and saying i'll have to worry about anything because the president walter we pardon me they should talk to scooter living they should talk to others who thought they were going to be pardoned and all the people involved in war game and the pardons they thought they might be getting for president nixon they're still waiting governor christie appeared on abc's this week open enrollment for health coverage under obamacare begins this week since the trump administration has slashed funding to encourage and assist in sign ups other law makers are trying to take up some of the.