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"brian morgenstern" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"He's soon to be Dad on his wife's pregnant loved it loved Iran said he's such a great contributor to the administration has not gone to his head, although it should because he's a very talented young man. He's a home run. All right, That's that's That's a good answer, because Brian Morgenstern was if he wasn't sure one way or the other because, he said Giron was always cool. So you wouldn't know if he got cooler. But I just appreciate you giving me that dirt for my own purposes. I'll bring it up with him when I see Kayla Do you feel fantastic hits so nice to get the band back together. Keep up the good work, okay? Let me have a good one. You two. There you go. The great Kayleigh Mcenany, White House press secretary joining us from quarantine in the final stages thereof. To discuss the home stretch of this campaign cycle, one that has not been based largely in fact, I marvel at this. I marvel at this and it was so exciting to talk to her and hear her take on it. You know the president? Got a pole. I understand the significance of this. This is insane. The president gotta pull out Friday Gallup poll. This is 56% of Americans. Think they are better off now now. Not like eight months ago. Not now. Today. They think they're better off today than they were for years ago. This despite the pandemic, and what we're supposed to have believed was a botched response. What we're supposed to believe was the great Depression, and he tanked the stock market and no one's ever gonna get a job again. And now he won't give us a stimulus relief bill and the country is being held hostage. And if all of those things were true Which they're not. But even assuming at face value, they were 56% of Americans right now think they are better off than they were four years ago? That is 11 points better. Then Barack Obama's country. The country we live in in love was when he was seeking re election. Yet the media has done such a relentless Job of attacking this guy and mischaracterizing his contributions to our country. That the perception out there is that like us, this guy doesn't know what he's doing. I don't understand what's going on. Well, if that's the case, let let him keep not know what's going on. 56% of the people are better off is better than the last two presidents. He's actually you know the old Giants coach Bill Parcells. Back when the Giants actually is to win Football games were coaching and Bill Parcells, who said you are what your record says You are. Well, Donald Trump's record says he's doing a pretty good job for this country. Man. I think he's got a part. He does have a point. We're taking a quick break. We'll come back for your calls, and we're waiting to hear from Judge Barrett. Right here on Fox Across America. It's the best of the fox across America with Jimmy Fella..
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"It is absolutely securing our border and making sure just one thing that happened recently is securing the border so that we don't have an influx of covert cases coming in from other countries that would overflow our hospitals. That's just one little example. But it's but exemplifies the president's strategy of securing our border, protecting American jobs and making sure that our communities are safe and prosperous. Going forward. Let's talk about covert for a second. It seems that the president's messages look a virus going virus. That's what we've been saying here on our show, Brian and It's treating the American people like adults or his feels like the other side wants toe. Put all these controls on us and limit our movement Linda, but our behavior where's that fine line that you guys are trying to strike? Well, if the president has taken measures to make our country better off than it was before, in terms of Cove it he shut down the travel from China. He set up a task force of experts with a diverse set of experiences. He's used the Defense production act and related authorities over 100 times. To make sure there is pee pee everywhere in this country that it needed. We have surged personnel and hospital capacity when it's needed. Every American who needed a ventilator got a ventilator. Now with Operation works speed. We have treatments so they were able to dramatically reduce the risk of this virus so that if someone is unfortunately contracting it, we're able to treat them and they go home healthy. On and soon we're gonna have a vaccine five times faster than we have ever gotten a vaccine before, and it will be reviewed by an independent board of scientists so that we know it will be safe and effective. The president's actions have really been, Ah, ah, terrific demonstration of what you get with a businessman president who's not hindered by the bureaucracy. He cut through it and he gets results. He throws everything at a problem to solve it as quickly as possible. And he just wants to empower the American people. Look, you have the guidelines, you know howto wear your mask and distance and wash your hands and all of that. And now we have treatments for the disease. And soon soon we're gonna have a vaccine. But he wants the American people to be optimistic about our future. We are going to put this behind us. We're going to reopen our economy and tomorrow we're going to be stronger than we are today. Special assistant to the president Brian Morgenstern. One final question for you Tell us something about President Trump that gets under reported, Ms reported or the media ignores whatsoever because we know they're all in on a win for Biden, but what's she like behind the scenes? Oh my gosh. He is such an optimistic, funny person who has common sense, and he's really the voice of common sense for our country. I think what you see so frequently is his sense of humor. His sarcasm is Comments that when you're in the room, it's clear. Everyone is laughing and having a good time. And then they're misinterpreted in the press, as though he said something, you know, horribly offensive. It's ridiculous, but a non sense of humor press. Yeah, no, absolutely humoring the humorless truth ruin all the fun. The president has one of the best of the viewers I've ever been around. He is an absolute blast. He's a joyful person who loves our country. I think I just want the American people to see that as much as possible. Well, you have a breakneck 48 hours coming up coming up heavy. So we do appreciate you taking carving some time out for us here on Russell Hunter and well, we wish you all the best we're pulling for you. It's great to talk to you guys. Thank you so much for having we look forward to doing it for four more years. Let's put it that. That's right. That's right. Amen. Brothers. Two weeks ago. It didn't exist. There was no evidence at all. And now it's all they can talk about. Now. It exists for the Demps you what? That is coming up. Next on Russell 105 50. Heavy traffic eastbound 60 that's heading east on the superstition Freeway. Stapley over the valve is to drive very slow. Same thing North found 17 from my tenant, the split over the seventh Street. Speaking of the 17 Black Canyon City area earlier brush fires still blocking the left laid that stop and go South bound 17 from the sunset Point Rest area over the Bumble Bee Road. I'm Lee Pal traffic 5 50 K f Y I Distractions. They're literally everywhere right now and its sales force. We know that for business leaders currently tackling and digital transformation.
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Of Why I Thank you so much for being here, Joining us, now a special assistant to the President, United States and White House press Deputy Press secretary Brian Morgenstern, Brian this breakneck pace over the past few days is this more about battleground state messaging policy messaging? Or is this sending a message? We have the energy? The other side does not. Oh, it's a little bit of both. But definitely that point is not lost on the American people. We just saw the editorial endorsing the president from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, and one of the points they made was that President Trump is up for the job. He has the energy to do it. The other side does not. The Trump Pence ticket is has proven to the American people that they are good at governing. They are good at job creation, cutting taxes, deregulation, better trade deals, making life better for people in this country. They've shown it that they have the energy. They are up for this job, and they're proving it now barnstorming the country. I mean, The president's really incredible He has quite a few years on me, but I gotta say he's got way more energy than I thought. I'm pretty energetic. This guy's unstoppable. It is outstanding what he's doing, visiting with the American people with his outstanding sense of humor, his dance moves on to play. Nobody's having more fun doing this. Then President Trump. Brian Morgenstern is joining us. He's a special assistant to the president, as well as being the deputy press secretary. Is that what life is like Brian inside, the White House says. Well, it seems to be that it's go, Go, go. We've got things to do. The number of accomplishments the president has in the last four years is just it's like a four year olds Christmas list for Santa Claus. Oh, it's incredible. I mean, and you know, it's so funny the way I feel like I was making this comment recently to one of our colleagues here, that the a lot of the mainstream media and of course the Democrats liketo make it seem like we're this dark, divisive group. Nothing could be further from the truth. Nobody has more fun than the president and our team. Has an absolute blast working on behalf of the American people. I mean, the job creation record is outstanding. His foreign policy record is outstanding, bringing people together in an unconventional way, because he views the world you know, through the lens of his business experience. Of finding what are the common goals. What are our shared experiences where shared objective and bringing people together and we have a great time really executing his vision? Kind of with that view in mind, and we have a great time is just an absolute blast to be here and an honor to be here. Now, let's talk about the news of the day. How concerned is the White House about post Election Day ballot counting as it seemed like it was a pretty good hit from the Supremes? Yeah. I mean, look, the president wants you to do one person. One vote American citizens who are legal voters. He wants each of them get one ballot and they want O. N e wants them to submit one ballot and he wants it to be counted. And there's sort of a lot of smoke screen going on. I think from the other side, saying that the president's discouraging voting or he's encouraging illegal voting or whatever the false narratives are. What he's been doing is encouraging people. If you could go to Starbucks, you could go to the supermarket. You can go to the polls. So make sure your vote has counted and that's what it's all about. And some of these states that are really putting in kind of new voting systems at the last second, that's a little bit concerning. We don't want voters to be confused. We don't want balance to be thrown out. We want them to be counted. And that's why we're encouraging everybody. Hey, keep your eyes open. If you see anything strange report it If you can carry your ballot to the pole yourself and submit it do that, because we want to make sure that your votes counted. Absolutely. Brian Morgenstern is with a special assistant to the president. So we are just now less than 24 hours away from the polls being open, But still you mentioned it a lot. And Brian, you're the one that has to answer a lot of these questions from the press corps. I have been doing this for 20 plus years. I have never seen a press corps is combative with you with the president than ever, and we went through a Bush presidency, a Reagan presidency and you know they weren't even close to being is tough on them as they are you guys what's the strategy to continue to combat that, especially with some of these election falsehoods? I'll put it that they're putting out there. Oh, it's absolutely the president going directly to the American people because he has such a strong voice and such a great sense of humor and people have been, you know, intrigued by the president. They've wanted to watch the president. Really for decades. I mean, he was a cultural icon before he ran for office. So he is absolutely our strongest voice in terms of the press staff, you know, absolutely exposing bias wherever we see it, Which is a lot as you can imagine. Ah, and making sure that when people are consuming information they're considering the source isn't some anonymous source who, you know who might be some low level bureaucrat who's just tryingto make trouble for the administration. Or is that a person who's actually making policy decisions who has more experience more information and a reliable message to consider where you're getting this information and empower the American people? I think that's a really important part of the press strategy. But as I mentioned the president's voice the way he speaks to the American people, the bond he has With the people of this country is really something that's so valuable in terms of what you're talking about. Special assistant to the President, United States Brian Morgenstern joins us now the both the president and the vice president representing four battleground states today, there once again going at this breakneck pace. Now those are states in the American Northeast. Let's talk about the Southwest. Let's talk about our home state Arizona, which is a very big state for both campaigns. Speak directly to Arizona talkto us The White House's message to Arizona the promise to Arizona. It is absolutely more jobs, higher wages, national security, making sure that your communities will be safe and prosperous. He's done that with his job creation agenda of lower taxes, less regulation, better trade deals, energy independence, of course, supporting Ah, our military And making sure that we are getting the best product the best tools for our war fighters in the world..
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fun Drive here at W. C. We're raising all the money we normally would in just five days. We can do it. But we need your support again. We cannot say it enough 888. 3769692 or w dot org's Thank you. Thank you so much. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington, and I'm Tanya, mostly in South Pasadena, California. There are a lot of numbers swirling around the news today. 92. That's the number of days Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and House Democrats have been in talks about a stimulus bill. More than eight million is the number of Americans who have been diagnosed with covert 19. And 545. That's the number of Children who still have not been reunited, reunited with their parents after being separated at the southern border. All of this is happening 13 days before Election Day. And we're going to talk about all of this with Brian Morgenstern, deputy White House press secretary. He's on the line now. Welcome back to all things considered. Well, thank you very much for having me. Pleasure to be with you. Well, Brian let's start with the stimulus negotiations. President Trump has been saying he wants to go big. Speaker. Pelosi has said she and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin are making progress, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has told the White House not to make a deal. Will there be a deal before Election Day? Well, I appreciate the question and we remain optimistic. But cautiously. Talks have seemed to move a little bit over the last day or so, and I think we'll know a lot more over the next, say, 48 hours or so That's the guidance we've gotten from the chief of staff Mark Mark Meadows. And the fact remains. There are a number of areas of agreement that includes PPP small business loans to keep employees connected to their jobs, perhaps stimulus checks for hardworking Americans unemployment insurance assistance. Getting schools reopened so that parents can stop doing double duty Hopefully in a safe way, so there are a large number of issues where there is agreement. Unfortunately, over the course of this process, the speaker has been moving the goalposts quite a bit. She's now expressing optimism that gives us optimism that perhaps we'll have some good faith negotiations where we can actually move the ball forward over the next day or two because we know there are people out there who are hurting and we want to get them that support at some point our friends across the aisle. We want them to take. Yes for an answer. We've moved quite a bit. We've gone from 300 billion 600 million to a trillion to 1.3 to 1.59 point six all the way up to 1.9. Yeah, but there's still but but it's not just the Democrats. What does it say about White House influence when a Republican president can't get the support? Of the Senate majority leader of his own party. Well, so we will across that bridge and we do have a bipartisan agreement with the speaker than I would. I think we will, you know, make some effort certainly to rally Senate support. The fact is, the Senate actually took steps that we were supportive of two to take some measures where there was broad agreement, such as on PPP loans for small businesses. On and you know, sort of a smaller package of 5 to 600 billion, just taking things that literally everyone agreed on, and the Senate Democrats wouldn't let it through. They blocked that so, you know, Unfortunately, there's been some politics played here. We're in election season. We understand that happens. But we've had so many different proposals. We've been negotiating good faith over 92 days in the Democrats that really haven't moved up to this point, but we're hopeful. Well, let me ask you more about the pandemic. Specifically there there now warning bells going off across the country, particularly in the Midwest. With a number of covert 19 cases are climbing back to rates We haven't seen since July. The Corona virus Task Force met yesterday. And I want to ask you how many states are they warning are in the danger zone. So I wouldn't call it the danger zone. Hying higher positivity is something that is happening. We also have more tests distributed throughout the country than ever before. We also know that the risks of the virus are so much less today than they were several months ago. And that's because we have ppd distributed throughout the country because of the different fence Production act and the numbers of times the president has used that we have treatments. Coming to market faster than ever before. We have soon a vaccine. Sure, but I hate to interrupt you but there, But there is a red zone every which basically means ever for every 100 new cases. For every 100,000 residents. So how will this be taken on? I mean, the White House task force has actually said that they are seeing an increase in cases in those states. Right? So we're seeing an increase in cases but at the risk of the virus has gone down. We're also learning a lot more about it. In terms of transmission. We continue to provide data and guidance to state and local officials. Who Congar I'd their constituents best. But the fact is, we know more that it's not spreading very much in workplaces. It's not spreading very much in public settings. The risks in schools are very low, so there are things that we can encourage people to dio to safely reopened. But while we continue to protect vulnerable populations, And as we see the mortality rate and the risk of serious health problems continue to go down because we're better and better at treating the virus and mitigating the risks. Brian, I have just a minute with you before I let you go. Let's turn to one of the other major stories of the day, and that's the more than 500 Children separated from parents at the southern border, who have yet to be reunited with them. What is the White House doing to rectify this? So I appreciate the question. There is some ongoing litigation and what I've learned from the Department of Homeland Security is that there's a complex case where the, uh the families have been reached in many of these cases, and for a variety of reasons, the families in their countries of origin do not want the Children sent back there and it's it's heart wrenching. We don't want this to happen. We're hearing otherwise from a criminal lawyers. We're hearing differences from the lawyers in the case who say they have not been able to locate those families? I thank you so much for your time. Deputy White House press secretary Brian Morgenstern. Thank you so much for joining belt That way of portraying the story, but thank you very much. The opioid crisis in America has killed more than 450,000 people. And now one of the companies that created the crisis is having to give back. The Justice Department today announced what they're calling a historic settlement with Purdue Pharma. That's the company that makes the highly addictive opioid medication OxyContin. Radu will plead guilty to three criminal charges and pay more than $8 billion to help communities hurt by the addiction crisis. Critics say this doesn't go far enough to punish the owners of produced Pharma NPR addiction correspondent Brian Man joins us to talk about this. Hi, Brian. Hi. How are you? All right. This has been a long time coming. What does Purdue Pharma admit doing wrong in this agreement? Is this really troubled history? They've had run ins with the law in the past, and in this case, what they admit, is that in just the last few years, they worked to convince doctors toe overprescribed there opioid medications..
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Voting begins Monday. Sandra Parish My 0.5 double USB and just in CNN is quoting sources saying President Trump is not expected to travel this weekend. After all, he had a rally schedule for tomorrow. Earlier today, the White House deputy press secretary said the president would not hold the campaign rally unless he was medically cleared to do so. And the deputy press secretary, said the doctor Conley of the medical experts would have a role to play in that decision. They will certainly prove with medical evidence that there is no transmissibility of the virus. That is the deputy press secretary Brian Morgenstern, saying he's not sure if the president's already taken the test to determine whether he's still carrying viral loads. However, once the info is available, more concerned, says it will be shared with the public. President Trump's most powerful Senate ally, says Congress is unlikely to deliver another Big cove in 19 relief bill before the election. Majority leader Mitch McConnell says he doesn't see a deal coming together soon because the participants in the negotiations on both sides or elbowing for political advantage, However, at that same time today, White House economic adviser Lawrence Kudlow told reporters that quote developments are positive. Ahead of a telephone conversation later today between House Speaker Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it Number 14. Tennessee's riding the nation's second longest winning streak is the Volunteers come to Athens tomorrow to face third rank Georgia She's eight game run has all come against unranked teams, but it is tied for the longest streak in major college football. And Kirby. Smart knows what. When I started to see, I say they have a commitment to the run their physical in the offensive line. That line has five returning starters and evolves or second, the SEC and rushing early on with the league's leading back, tie Chandler, their football team. We've got a long ways to go. We've got to continue to work hard to improve balls..
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Right here. High school football returned to Colorado yesterday. CASS, allowing the first games to be played Fox 31 reports. It's a big day for players and coaches. And Mom and dad any day of the week of this happening highschool football before he gets home, Game way Santa Claus and now my soulmate between the guy between the sidelines game pretty much look the same, but outside the stands were almost empty and lots of social distancing going on. Another slate of games scheduled for tonight. Friday night, likes it back. By the way, the sea you bust football team practice for the first time up in Boulder today. So much for any more talk of a stimulus. President Trump says he's ending covert 19 relief negotiations until after the election. Meanwhile, the White House deputy press secretary says the president will not hold a campaign rally tomorrow unless he's medically cleared on MSNBC. Brian Morgenstern said Dr Sean Conley and medical experts will have a role to play in that decision. They will certainly prove With medical evidence that there is no transmissibility of the virus. Morgenstern said. He's not sure if President has already taken the test to determine if he's still carrying viral loads. Thankfully, the election has taken a less serious tone with Seinfelds Newman, taking a shot of the Trump Administration for knocking mail in voting. There's been a systematic, premeditated assault on the U. S mail by President Trump and his so called Postmaster general. Because never even licked the stamp. They've had the unmitigated goal to try to slow down the mail, but everybody knows that the only person who could slow down the mail man our next news update is at 10 30. I'm Chuck Clark on Koray news radio 8:50 A.m. And 94 1 FM. Paul is a great time to visit Happy Valley. While we're used to celebrating with 100,000 closest Penn State, friends and fans on football weekends this year.
Trump back at work in Oval Office days after testing positive
"Today. Meantime, President Trump returned to the Oval Office for the first time since being diagnosed with Corona virus almost a week ago. Two aides were seeing wearing protective gear near the president, who apparently is still capable of spreading covert. 19 spokesman Brian Morgenstern says the president feels good and wants to address the nation but would not say when the president had his last negative tests were not asking to go back through a bunch of records and look backwards. We're looking the contact tracing processes to mitigate further spread of the disease. That's kind of the past. The president has made no public statements but has been busy on Twitter calling for standalone Corona virus relief bills from Congress had
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Trump is officially back at work. Spokesman Brian Morgenstern confirmed the president's returned to the Oval Office. Though Mr Trump is likely still contagious with the Corona virus, Morgenstern says there are certainly ways for the president to be in the office without compromising anyone. He adds that the president is being briefed on the economic stimulus talks. And another hurricane heading toward the Gulf Coast. The president's doctor says he has been symptom free for 24 hours. Alison Keys. CBS NEWS Washington, The president's physician, Dr Sean Conley, also says Mr Trump hasn't had a fever in four days. But U C. San Francisco's Dr Robert Walker says he's not out of the woods yet Time Course of Cove it it frequently is that people do fine and are stable and then have an explosion of the illness. At the end of week one and the beginning of weak to Vice President Pence and Kamala Harris take part in their first and only debate of the season. Tonight. CBS is Caitlin Huey Burns is in Salt Lake City. The goal of the Trump campaign is to win back Republican voters that dropped off in 2018 and Mike Pence is seen as kind of a conduit to that group. CBS News Political analyst Leonard Steinhorn question is whether Harris, a skilled prosecutor, Will be able to turn the tables on the vice president and use his attacks as opportunities to make him defend the president. There would be plastic dividers between the candidates just in from Texas Governor Greg Abbott will allow some bars to begin reopening for the first time since June. He says the state's shown it can contain the spread of Cove it Wisconsin will open a field hospital outside Milwaukee. To deal with a surgeon cases They're Derrick Show. Vin, the former police officer from Minneapolis, charged with murder in George Floyd's death has been released from jail WCO TVs Reg Chapman from Oak Park Heights they transported showing around 9 30 this morning transport from Oak Park Heights all the way downtown Minneapolis at Hennepin County Jail. That's where sources also told us that Sheldon spent more than the hour there and was released around 11 22 this morning Court documents show he posted $1 million bond. National Security adviser Robert O'Brien has just announced the US will narrow the U. S troop presence in Afghanistan. Down to 2500 next year to Isis. Fighters from the UK had been charged here in the U. S. With murdering four American hostages in the Middle East US attorneys actor will occur the brutal acts of beheading were captured by Isis Media propaganda machine..
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Center two days ago. The White House has said there are protocols in place with multiple members of the administration, having tested positive for Corona virus in the aftermath of the president's announcement president entering the Oval Office from outside the building so he didn't expose other White House workers and spokesperson Brian Morgenstern says there's other precautions and Blows, people can wear masks or goggles or gloves. Officials also saying the chief of staff, Mark Meadows and a Dan Scavino were also with the president for a briefing on Hurricane Delta and further covert relief talks, and he failed. ABC News Washington Now the latest traffic and weather together From the UC health Traffic Center. You see, health would like to remind you of the importance of annual flu shots. Have you received yours? Working together? We build a healthier community South bound 75 an accident before 74 blocks the right two lanes. Traffic now backing up towards into Lachlan is a matter of fact. The Ronald Reagan remains closed between 71 in Montgomery Road due to a gas leak. And also effects North 70 ones ramp to the Ronald Reagan It's closed, as well as Montgomery Road at the Ronald Reagan. There's debris blocking westbound Fourth Street's ramp to South found 75 latest accidents on playing field near Oak Street, and the traffic lights are out at the intersection of 32 Bauer. You've got a major backup on eastbound 32 back toward olive Branch stone like Stop and go Traffic North bound 75, now between the lateral and 2, 75 and Sharon Ville and your heavy on north 71 between Ridge and Stuart, Rob Williams news radio.
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"President. Trump is officially back at work. Spokesman Brian Morgenstern confirmed the president's returned to the Oval Office. Though Mr Trump is likely still contagious with the Corona virus, Morgenstern says there are certainly ways for the president to be in the office without compromising anyone. He adds that the president is being briefed on the economic stimulus talks. And another hurricane heading toward the Gulf Coast. The president's doctor says he has been symptom free for 24 hours. Alison Keys. CBS NEWS Washington, The president's physician, Dr Sean Conley, also says Mr Trump hasn't had a fever in four days. But U C. San Francisco's Dr Robert Walker says he's not out of the woods. Yet. The time Course of Cove it it frequently is that people do fine and are stable and then have an explosion of the illness. At the end of week one and the beginning of weak to Vice President Pence and Kamala Harris take part in their first and only debate of the season. Tonight. CBS is Caitlin Huey Burns is in Salt Lake City. The goal of the Trump campaign is to win back Republican voters that dropped off in 2018 and Mike Pence is seen as kind of a conduit to that group. CBS News Political analyst Leonard Steinhorn question is whether Harris, a skilled prosecutor, Will be able to turn the tables on the vice president and use his attacks as opportunities to make him defend the president. There would be plastic dividers between the candidates just in from Texas Governor Greg Abbott will allow some bars to begin reopening for the first time since June. He saysthe states shown it can contain the spread of Cove it, Wisconsin will open a field hospital outside Milwaukee. To deal with a surgeon cases They're Derrick show. Even the former police officer from Minneapolis, charged with murder and George Floyd's death has been released from jail WC CEO TVs Reg Chapman from Oak Park Heights they transported showing around 9 30 this morning transport from Oak Park Heights all the way to downtown Minneapolis at Hennepin County Jail. That's where sources also told us that show been spent. More than the hour there and was released around 11 22 this morning Court documents show he posted $1 million bond. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien has just announced the US will narrow the U. S troop presence in Afghanistan. And a 2500 next year to Isis. Fighters from the UK have been charged here in the U. S. With murdering four American hostages in the Middle East US attorneys actor will occur the brutal acts.
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on 600 WREC
"28 years now, and you always have your true educator. You always had that same feeling every beginning of the school year. So even though we are almost in October, it's almost like the first day of school and in the Tuscaloosa City school system, high school students back in class I'm Leah brand, and and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Leah. Thank you very much. It is 605. Alabama's Morning News, Boyd lots going on today. We're going to be talking about the debate tonight, which is going to Cleveland, Ohio, The first of three debates expected. Yeah, White House Deputy Press secretary Brian Morgenstern. And says the president's ready to debate Joe Biden. Let's go. He's ready to defend his record of job creation of economic growth of national security, replacing endless wars with peace deals. Andrea Lee upending Washington in a way it typically has worth. And Joe Biden's wife, of course champion for her husband, one of the things I'm excited for you. Is when the American people See Joe Biden up there on that stage. We're going to see what a president looks like. We've seen Joe on the stage. We've seen Joe recently and a lot of different positions, and, uh, I don't know what to expect as Faras Joe's mental capacity tonight if it's anything like what we have been seeing. On social media with the different speeches he's done or questions he's been asked. It could be troublesome. So we're going to talk a bit more about that coming up in just a couple of minutes. Also We're going to be talking with John Merrill. Bit later this morning as Faras what's happening with all these different balance that are being mailed out in their websites that are popping up with information on the legitimacy of these websites in the information they're putting out there some of it not not really true. And there's only one website that John Merrill recommend, so we'll try and get him on a little bit later this morning and kind of clear all of that up. Also coming up later this hour. We're gonna be joined by Dan Snell, who was a specialist on politics and leadership. He's held elected officers five different times and get his thoughts on what we can expect tonight in the impact. That this could mean could it be over in one night for either candidate? I I I don't think the president trumps going to have much of a problem. But preparation styles are different. That's for sure. So if Joe Biden presents himself the way we've been seeing him lately, with not really sure where he is or what sentences come after each other. It's going to be a disaster for him. We're going to check in with Bill Zimpfer. He's been following the expectations for tonight. The update coming up after traffic and weather together here in just about four men and stay with us. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention mission is to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide..
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"President says he's entitled to tax breaks. A New York Times report says he paid is a little a $750 to the eye rests in his first year as president. White House Deputy Press secretary Brian Morgenstern today disputes that report. He and his attorney have disputed that. They said he paid tens of millions of dollars. I saw another report that he had paid $70 million from 507. I mean, how much is enough? CBS's Debra Calderone is at the White House, even though President Trump vowed to no longer pursue any new businesses. Once elected that times reports he made $73 million from foreign deals during his first two years in the White House. The president has also reportedly benefited from a nearly $73 million tax refund, which is now the subject of a decade long IRS audit and he reportedly has honey. Of millions in debt due in the coming years. Millions of rapid Corona virus tests are heading to governors to distribute as they deem fit. President Trump says they're encouraged to use them to screen at schools and in high risk settings. 100 Million Rapid Point of care test will be given to states and territories to support Efforts to reopen their economies in schools immediately and fast as they can. Reporters Super into Cupid on CDC Covert 19 warnings for the holiday season stay home Avoid unnecessary Traveling. Keep gathering Small, says it line of a CDC director Siri's of holiday activities from low to high risk. Low risk Thanksgiving activities include having a small dinner with only the people who live in your house. Having a virtual dinner, shopping online, higher risk activities, going shopping and crowded stores, attending crowded parades and attending large indoor gatherings with people from outside your household. Sabrina, Cuba for CBS News Atlanta The first presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden goes down tomorrow night in Cleveland, while President Trump says he is looking forward to it. CBS's Bo Erickson reports on the strategy of the Biden campaign, a campaign source told CBS News. Biden is directed to not go in the weeds on policy and focus on what he perceives as the president's most serious faults in leadership with the Koven 19 pandemic, racial justice and election integrity. It was a really solid Dale. Wall Street. The Dow gained 410 points NASDAQ Up to Oh, for S and P gaining 53. Now this Capital. One is right in the public your hand so you can check your balance deposit checks, pay bills and transfer money from your phone with a top rated ABA get started online anytime. What's in your wallet, Capital one and a member. Investigators say We're approaching the most dangerous time of the year for Amazon warehouse workers. Details coming up after Khyber with your real time traffic. Here's Tracy Taylor. What a mess on that South bound five drivers. You work your way from just after Highway 16 all the way down to 72nd. That's from that Earlier. Car motorcycle crash out near 5 12. It's now been cleared the roads back open, but it's enough, Teo snarled the drive adding an extra 12 minutes under your commute. If you're headed out towards Olympia, there is a little bit of a line up on 5. 12 closer to the I five merge in that earlier Reckon north on five out near 5 12 has now been cleared. Also the crash that happened on a cell phone e five. The ramp to 250 ramp is back open, so hopefully we'll see some improvement here shortly. As we crossed the county line. It's busy heading north bound by five as we crossed the county line, leaving 145th and Shoreline north and four or five few brake lights here and there near 85th and Kirkland south, and four or five still locked up between 5 20 heading into Newcastle. I 90 and 5 20 are in pretty good shape at the Valley Freeway. Pretty busy is really Value Medical center out to 77th and again as we leave Highway 18 and speaking of highway 18..
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"More live day. The memorial in Statuary Hall today is private. Do the pandemic People lined the street on this chilly cloudy D. C day is a hearse carrying the late justice is casket arrived among those in attendance. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Who presided over Justice. Ginsburg's confirmation in 1993 is chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The service will feature musical selections, including the song American Anthem, concluding with a line Let me know in My Heart when my Day's Air through America. I gave my best to you, Dave Rachel tomorrow, President. Trump will nominate Ginsberg's replacement. Democrats want the winner to make the pick like in 2016 when Republicans refused to consider The Obama nominee anew. Fox poll has voters in three states all saying they prefer Joe Biden when it comes to Supreme Court picks and on Corona virus response. The president has the edge in the economy Overall, Biden leads in Nevada by 11 points the Democrats up seven in Pennsylvania, and he's out of the president by five in Ohio. Brian Morgenstern, a White House spokesman, told Fox Business He doesn't believe it. I see the enthusiasm on the ground. I see people lined up for miles and miles. To greet the president whenever he visits the states, so the polls that show him lagging. Just don't comport with the reality that we see it's calm in Louisville. Now, after a second night of big protests, there was a lot of destruction throughout the city. Police were reporting that there were demonstrators out there that were shattering some of the windows, including at D. Jeff Ruby's steakhouse downtown, causing damage, including spray painting some of city buses. Someone even tried to set the city's library on fire boxes marked MEREDITH in Louisville. America's listening to Fox News. I'm giving Jeb's basement renovations. One star. He kept asking me what's behind the walls down there likes.
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"First ceremony. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live. Day. The memorial in Statuary Hall today is private. Do the pandemic People lined the street on this chilly cloudy D. C day is a hearse carrying the late justice is casket arrived among those in attendance. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, who presided over Justice Ginsburg's confirmation in 1993, is chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The service will feature musical selections, including the song American Anthem. Concluding with the line. Let me know in my heart. When my day's air through America I gave my best to you, Dave Rachel tomorrow, President Trump will nominate Ginsberg's replacement. Democrats want the winner to make the pig like in 2016. Republicans refused to consider The Obama nominee anew. Fox poll has voters in three states all saying they prefer Joe Biden when it comes to Supreme Court picks and on Corona virus response president as the engine the economy overall, Biden leads in Nevada by 11 points the Democrats up seven in Pennsylvania, and he's out of the president by five in Ohio. Brian Morgenstern, a White House spokesman, told Fox Business He doesn't believe it. I see the enthusiasm on the ground. I see people lined up for miles and miles. To greet the president whenever he visits the states, so the polls that show him lagging. Just don't comport with the reality that we see it's calm in Louisville. Now, after a second night of big protests, there was a lot of destruction throughout the city. Police were reporting that there were demonstrators out there that were shattering some of the windows, including at D. Jeff Ruby's steakhouse downtown, causing damage, including spray painting some of city buses. Someone even tried to set the city's library on fire boxes marked MEREDITH in Louisville. America's listening to Fox News. Attention SS I and other federal benefit recipients. If you did not file a tax return last year and have Children under 17,.
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"Washington Fairfax coming in at 73, Hagerstown at 66. Stafford at 72. Alright, thanks Lauren 8 51. Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer and fixer, is giving his first interview since the release of his book Disloyal, A Memoir, Cohen tells NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt. He had the light of first lady Melania Trump about paying porn stars Stormy Daniels after she claimed to have had an affair with Mr Trump before he took office. Nothing happened and the whole story is not accurate, and I have a document from the individual stating that it didn't happen. But the one thing I can tell you about our first lady Melania Trump is that she knew I was lying the whole time, But she had enough class not to call me out on Cohen pleaded guilty to a campaign finance violations. Deputy Press secretary Brian Morgenstern said in a statement that Cohen quote readily admits to lying routinely but expects people to believe him now so he could make money from book sales. The Department of Homeland Security has released a report that says Russia is spreading disinformation about former president of President Joe Biden's mental health. It says proxy websites claim Biden's recent gaffes are symptoms of dementia, and he's unfit for the presidency, also that he would be unlikely at 78 years old to serve his full term. Acting. Di HS secretary Chad Wolf said that the initial report, which was not meant for public consumption, but for federal, state, and law enforcement partners to see was rewritten to add context. The report also refers to China and Iran, raising questions about President Trump's mental health in Georgia. Top elections officials admit there were 1000 cases of double voting in the June primary. The evidence and make that the voters submitted absentee ballots but also voted in person. Secretary of State there did not provide any evidence of voter intent to game. The system. Voting twice, of course, is a felony. It's punishable by 1 to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $100,000. The revelation follows a suggestion last week by President Trump that people who vote early by mail should show up at their local polling places on election day and vote again if their ballots haven't been counted. Money News is just ahead. It's 8 53 Follow Furnitures Labor Day Savings event..
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"And if you're wondering how it will paint the president consider the title disloyal. A memoir I described Mr Trump is a cult leader and I was in this court. While I was in the cult. I was really refusing to acknowledge that the actions that I was performing for my boss, we're morally wrong. Cohen dives into details about the book in an exclusive interview with NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt, right after Nelson Mandela had passed away, and I talk about this in the book, he asked me if I had known of any country that's run by a black. That's not an asshole. And I said, Well, how about America that which he gave me the proverbial f U The White House has dismissed Coin's book as fan fiction, Deputy Press secretary Brian Morgenstern said in a statement. Cohen readily admits to lying routinely but expects people to believe him now so he can make money from book sales. The full interview with Cohen will air tonight on NBC Nightly News. Meantime, Mr Trump announced today he's expanding a federal ban on oil drilling off the Florida coast. The latest polls show the race in Florida couldn't be tighter. This is my home. President Trump made his 11th trip to the Sunshine State this year, stopping in Jupiter to announce he's extending a moratorium on offshore oil drilling to cover not just Florida's coast. But also the waters off Georgia and South Carolina. To what if Trump is the great environmentalist? You hear that it? You hear that? Joe Biden's campaign says he opposes new permits for oil and gas drilling. The Democrat heads tomorrow to Michigan for a jobs speech. Stephen Portnoy CBS News The president's also reportedly turning his focus to the Supreme Court as he isa possible second term. The president is currently working on a list Ah potential Supreme Court pick so that their people that he would nominate to the high court if he got an opening, which is very likely if he's reelected. I'm told that that list could be released assumes this week. CBS News, White House correspondent Paula Read in 2016. A shortlist of potential justices helped the president rally support from Republicans. Democrat Joe Biden is reportedly preparing his own list. A local theater company wants you to help solve a murder in loud and county stage. Coach Theatre Company presents a live performance of Clue in Ashburn. Strange murders take place throughout the mansion, and the whole premise is to find out who did it to which character in what room with which weapons. No director Cat Braise.
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"Left field moving back. Dickerson still going back, it is over and out of here. They kept on carrion right over the wall. Sam Hilliard, a two run shot number five in the Rockies have made it a five run inning. They lead it 9 to 6. That would be the final score My Christ with call right here on K O A new reliever Michael Gibbons, whom they acquired from the Orioles on Sunday, picked up the win. The rocks are off. Today's they travel in Lala land. They'll open up a series with the Dodgers tomorrow and the Broncos one step closer to setting their initial 53 Man roster on Saturday. They trade cornerback Isaac Goddamn, who they drafted in the third round of the 2018 drafted the Giants in exchange for New York seventh round pick in next year's draft. They're back on the practice field this morning at 9 15 you seal training center. That's more some rain in Crystal Cohen, his radio home the Broncos bumps around Thank you right now. On Colorado's Morning News. Joe Biden visiting Kenosha, Wisconsin today, two days after the president's visit. White House, Deputy press secretary Brian Morgenstern says it's too little too late. We're glad that the Democrats are finally taking it seriously. It's just that President Trump has been speaking about this for months, and he has been talking about federal support. To restore safety in the streets. Biden says his mind set on progress and unification, Kenosha said, has been the site of unruly protesters. The police shooting of Jacob Blake 10 days ago. The Kentucky Derby is Saturday. Police are preparing for protesters outside Churchill Downs Here is Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher. If people are blocking traffic or creating dangerous conditions on roadways or trespassing on private property against the wishes of the property owner on the police will sight and or arrest them. No Spectators are allowed at this year's Derby. Strangers are expected to be outside the track. The nation's top infectious disease expert says colleges and universities should not send students home if they're infected with covert 19 1 of the things we don't want to do is we don't want to see college students who get infected gets sent home to essentially see.
"brian morgenstern" Discussed on WJR 760
"The Frank Beckmann Show News Talk 7 60 W. J. R. Welcome back into the program. Everybody said the baby with us Do you know you're in the spot where we always keep you the best informed audience and all of radio love Getting your phone calls two, which will do it a little bit the whole last hour of the show s O. Well, we'll wait for that in just a little bit right now. I wanted to show you a very, very special guest. Okay. This next gentleman is a employee of the White House. Okay, He's deputy communications director of the White House Deputy press secretary. His name is Brian Morgenstern, and he is checking in with us this morning as we continue to track what's being done in Washington, both politically and medically with the Corona virus and well economically too, with the orders that were seeing around the country about going back to work and the like and going back to school and maybe playing football on the college level, we'll see. Any rate I want to. Ah, welcome in our guest with us for the first time, Deputy Communications Director Deputy President Secretary at the White House, Brian Morgenstern. On the other end of our line, Brian. Good morning. I hope you're doing well, sir. Good morning, Frank. It's great to be with you and your listeners. It's an honor and a pleasure it believe me. It's the honor's All mine. Whatever we have a chance to talk with somebody in the White House would love that opportunity and, well, this show we respect all parts of our government and we can we can show respect for every side of the island. I wish Washington was more that way. I'll tell you that because it's gotten so political here. Our governors calling all the white people in our state racist, you know together. Whipper wants to be Joe Biden's running mate. We know that she's told us untruths about her interest in the job. She went to Delaware last week. What do you What do you hearing there in Washington? Is she the water? Will it be a black female that Joe Biden picks Well, I certainly am not a spokesman for the Biden campaign that I just wondering what you hear your well, you know, there's a There's a lot of buzz around a number of these candidates. I mean, vice President Biden had worked closely with Susan Rice during her time in the White House. Who knows Maybe she'll be A top of the list ultimately, but you know who knows It could be a sleeper. It could be somebody that's not even been talked about. Maybe there they're very good at keeping a secret. Who knows The point is that President Trump and Vice President Pence are ready to run against whoever they throw it them on their record of creating jobs and on keeping our country safe. And so whoever they end up picking. Ultimately, we're ready for him. And the president is ready to defend his record, of course against the Democrats over the last 3.5 years again of cutting taxes, cutting regulations now of leading the whole of America, response to this pandemic that we're dealing with in terms of creating treatments and vaccines and deploying, PP all around our country and providing state and local governments with the resources they need. You know, President Trump is a businessman has really revolutionized governing. And he has really been uncredible leader and I think people all across the country. You're seeing it. So whoever the DEM pick, he'll be ready for him. All right way. Look forward to covering that. It's it's you're like no other with this covered 19 virus, and that's got everybody's attention these days, of course, because what it's done Not just the economy, but what it's done to the health of Americans, that especially our agent, population and senior centers. They're there most often affected and are really helpless to fight back if they have any preexisting conditions, so feel for those people so badly that they're sort of stuck there. And, you know, we've got individual governors who are exacerbating the situation, quite frankly, including our own governor Whitman. Well, it's unfortunate, and that's why we've done things like deployed point of care, testing and surging that nursing homes and why we've been pursuing with operation Warp speed the types of treatments that are drastically reduced ing hot hospitalization and mortality rates because we want to watch out for rusty nails. You want to take care of these folks who want Teo are hospitals and medical professionals and state and local governments with what they need. And that's and that's what the president's been doing. And that's why over the past Ah, you know, months, but we're in a much different place today than we were in February or March when we didn't know that much about this virus, of course, is a novel virus. Sometimes people forget that that we've never seen this before. We didn't have tests. We didn't have treatments because it was brand new. But in just a few months, we have drastically significantly decreased the effects of this virus, of course, encouraging people not to spread it by wearing masks and distancing and washing their hands. But The event that people contracted now our healthcare system, and that is in really a much better place than it was a few months ago, and treatments like room death fear decks of Memphis zone. We're seeing convalescent plasma, where people who recovered from the disease can donate their blood plasma and then that is being used to treat people who who have the disease so that the effects are not nearly as bad. And so it's really encouraging news that the path forward From where we were is really a much safer one. And people can use common sense to stop the spread of the virus. But now our treatments are really much more effective and becoming vaccine and you know in the months to come, will will ultimately help us really have this thing under control. So just want to reassure people that the president is doing everything in his power. To make them safe and make them able to recover quickly if they contract this virus, but hopefully not spread it in the first place, Spry and Morgenstern with us, the deputy communications director, deputy press secretary at the White House, If you could be the Brian without violating any confidences, obviously, I wouldn't ask you to do that. But What can you tell us about the way the president has been reacting sort of behind the scenes to to the spread of covert 19 to the response to Ah, what we're witnessing from its awful effects and all the deaths it was causing to the point where it now seems to be manageable. If you will, and You know if we get if we get all these proposed cures out there, Tio come to fruition..