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03:24 min | 6 months ago

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"Aaron and I'm Bruce Allen. With the top local stories we're following this hour. We have more now on that fresh research this morning about a new coronavirus vaccine. Gaithersburg based Novavax says the results from its covid 19 vaccine study. Show the shot to be highly effective. W T. O P. S John Doman spoke with one of the company's top researchers, vaccines very safe Phase three trials here in the U. S show the Novak shot to have a 90% efficacy rate overall. Dr Greg Glen is the president of research and development in Nova facts. Those trials have demonstrated protection against variant. They've been very highly protective 100% against hospitalization, which is a critical feature and highly protective against mild, modern, severe disease. And he says this vaccine is easier to store than others currently on the market and comes without the side effects that other shots have to if their arm hurts really bad, you know they they know they might have gotten their vaccine in our trials. People have no idea. Novavax hopes to have regulatory approval in the third quarter of this year. John Doman w T O P News tens of millions of doses of Johnson and John Since coronavirus vaccine or unusable after the possibility they were contaminated at their Baltimore manufacturing facility. According to a report from the FDA. The emergent bio solutions factory did not properly seal off the change a production site. The facility also manufactured the AstraZeneca vaccine, and inspectors found that staff transported waste from that vaccine through the area where J and J ingredients were being prepared, leading to the possibility of contamination. The New York Times reports at 60 Million Jane J. Doses have to be tossed but 10 million Doses have been approved for use. The factory already task 15 million doses earlier this year. So far no J and J vaccine administered in the U. S has come from emergent Luke Luke er w t. O P news Doctors are concerned about what the CDC calls a marked decline in the number of routine childhood vaccinations during the pandemic. Kids are missing regular checkups to those well, visits are really an opportunity. To make sure that kids are growing and developing. Normally, Dr Michael warn of the Health Resources and Services Administration. If we are behind, we're missing out on those opportunities. And you may have a child who is not seeing as well or hearing as well as they could be, and that may put them at risk for delays in school and not performing as well so absolutely important to get them in. And he says kids absolutely need to be up to date with vaccinations. Don't wait. Do it now. Seeking w. T O P. News. It's been a challenging school year for families, students and Teachers and one local school system is looking to say thanks to educators. The Prince William County School Board will vote Wednesday on a plan to spend money left over at the end of the fiscal year that would give across the board bonuses for efforts during the pandemic. Full time employees would get $1600. The amount would be pro rated for part time employees and those who started their job during the school year. The minimum bonus would be 500 bucks, including for substitutes, temps and retired employees. The bonuses were proposed by retiring Superintendent Steve Walt. The Lord can stain w T L P News has some power outages in the district. Right now, Pepco's reporting more than 1200 customers without power at the moment, a spokesperson for the Power company tells US crews are en route to investigate the cause. But it's likely a transformer issue. Of course, we'll keep you updated here on W T O P. It's 806 have been fed. That's.

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01:42 min | 6 months ago

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"I'm Bruce Allen with the top local stories we're following this hour. D C. Police say a boy is under arrest for threatening and harassing a man over the weekend and what may have been a hate bias incident. The suspect is just 13 years old. Police say He's the one accused of yelling anti gay slurs and a man walking along Florida Avenue in the Shaw neighborhood Saturday when the man stopped at a restaurant. It's alleged the boy left but then came back with a machete and started making threats. The victim also says the team was stabbing cicadas with the machete and flicking them at him while he ate police. Have charged the teen with assault with a dangerous weapon and say they're looking into whether hate or bias was a motivating factor. But even if it was that doesn't mean the boy will be charged with a hate crime. John Doman. W T. O P. News A man has been arrested and charged with misdemeanor sexual abuse after allegedly sexually abusing two girls in DuPont Circle during Saturday's capital Pride celebration. The girls say it happened while they were dancing in the area. U. S Park police have identified the suspect as Jason Riggleman and say he wasn't cooperative with their investigation. Riggleman allegedly told an officer he would pay a fine but that nothing else would happen to him. He was released and is due in court in December. The district is preparing to elect a representative for D C residents who are in jail. The candidates are also behind bars, and it's the first election of its kind. Five candidates at the D. C. Jail are running for seats. Seven F. 07 on Ward Sevens Advisory Neighborhood Commission. The C created in 2011 has never been filled The jails lockdown during the pandemic has made it challenging. But with the election tomorrow, the candidates recently released videos introducing themselves Gary Prompter is one of them. I would work on raising the detailed P.

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03:54 min | 6 months ago

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"And I'm Bruce Allen. Teddy Gilman is our producer. Just ahead reaction to the death of former Virginia Senator John Warner. I'm that small, the Senate's top Democrat, says. The time has come for DC to become a state. I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill, prosecutors convene a grand jury in New York to consider possible charges against former President Trump and his business. W T O P News Time 8 31 e new this morning we have learned that former Virginia Senator John Warner has died. Warner was a five term Republican senator from 1970. 9 to 2009. He also served as the secretary of the Navy, and we're hearing this morning, fellow Republican and former Senator John Warner, the passing of a giant Davis tells w. T O P Warner's work made positive impacts The people across the D C region never would have had real at the Dulles quarters of work for Senator Warner. He was my partner and getting money for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge funding that funded that the 94 year old died of heart failure at his home in Alexandria last night with his wife and daughter at his side. Matt Small w. T. O P. News Democrats are making a new push for DC to become the 51st state, though they face a major uphill battle Getting a vote on the Senate floor as we hear from W. T. O P S. Mitchell Miller now today on the Hill, D. C. Statehood is an idea whose time has come. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, one of several lawmakers arguing for D C. Statehood, including Maryland, Senator Ben Carden, were the Only country in the world were citizens of their capital do not have the opportunity to vote for representatives in the national legislature. Democrats now have 45 Senate Co sponsors for D C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is Bill which is already passed the house. But Republicans remain strongly opposed to the measure, which still faces long political odds to overcome a filibuster and get a Senate vote. Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P. NEWS New York prosecutors have convened a special grand jury to consider evidence in a criminal investigation into former President Trump's business dealings, The Manhattan district attorney has convened a grand jury that could decide whether to indict Mr Trump or executives at his company. Sources say. The investigation centers on whether the Trump Organization manipulated its real estate portfolio to defraud banks or obtain illegal tax benefits. CBS correspondent Norah O'Donnell, the development signals that the Manhattan district attorney's investigation reached an advanced stage after more than two years and the prosecutors think they may have evidence of a crime. Meantime, a federal judge has dismissed an indictment. Declining a request from the Manhattan U. S attorney's office to keep the charges in place despite apartment from former President Trump just before he left office. Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon pleaded not guilty to charges alleging he and three others defrauded donors and a $25 Million fund to build a U. S. Border wall. Prosecutors claimed Bannon duped thousands of investors into thinking their money went to the wall project even as he diverted more than a million dollars to pay the salary of one campaign official and to cover personal expenses for himself. Or all street journal reports. They're still a separate ongoing investigation on the matter by New York officials Still to come. We're hearing that. U. S. Military forces air, leaving Afghanistan in a matter of weeks. 8 34. This is George Wallace. WTF sports and you've heard a lot about how low interest rates are. Well, it's true for now. So just like standing in against the Max Scherzer 95 Miles an hour fastball, you need to be ready and act fast. So call the mortgage linked today at 1 807 50 Link or visit the link 100 dot com to get a free mortgage review. The low rates have caused the market values to jump as much as 11%.

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02:10 min | 7 months ago

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"And I'm Bruce Allen. Teddy Gellman is our producer. Coming up. We have good news about the effectiveness of existing vaccines against New Corona virus strains. The Capitol attack four months later, hundreds charged and more investigating on the way I'm Mitchell Miller today on the head, cops and schools, not in Alexandria. I'm not small. W T o P News time 8 31 Way have encouraging news in the fight against dangerous Corona virus variants. Researchers say The Fizer vaccine is extremely effective against the strain that was first found in the UK and the one first discovered in South Africa. Moderna also reporting that a third dose of its vaccine given to 6 to 8 months after the first two doses boosted antibodies to protect against the South African variant and another worrisome strain that was found in Brazil. The new variants are more transmissible than the original strain, and some studies suggest deadlier Third ranking House Republican Liz Cheney is under fire for her criticism of former President Trump. And now she's in danger of losing her leadership position. CNN congressional correspondent Rile Nobles told us this morning, Cheney may be resigned to leaving that leadership post. He's not acting the way she did a couple of weeks ago when her leadership position was in danger, And she survived that the last time she was getting criticism like this from members of the right wing of the Republican Party, she was whipping her fellow members making phone calls, doing everything she could to hang on to her leadership post. She's not doing that now, and the other thing she's not doing is backing away for many of her harsh criticism of the former president. You probably saw her bad in the Washington Post that posted last night, where she reiterated her scathing criticism of him and basically said that she wasn't going to capitulate in that op. Ed Cheney denounced what she called a dangerous of anti Democratic trump cult of personality. He has refused to back the former president's false narrative about a fraudulent 2020 election. Nobles tells us Cheney is expected to be removed from her leadership post as early as Wednesday. New York congresswoman least phonic will likely take our place over 400 people have been charged for their taking part in the capital riot for months ago. Wtl Pease Mitchell Miller has more on the investigation today on the hill. The.

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Morning. I'm Bruce Allen. And I'm Joan Jones. Teddy Gilman is our producer and just ahead Senate Democrats protest proceedings and try to delay confirmation hearings on the Supreme Court nominee on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller campaign donations of flowing into Democratic nominee Joe Biden and record amounts again. His three goals in life were finding a place to live Get. It's over everybody. Marie Corbin, I'm John. Domon. It's 9 31 Senate Democrats this morning trying to delay the latest confirmation hearing for the president's Supreme Court nominee. Get the latest now. From W T O peace. Michelle Miller joining us live from Capitol Hill and Bruce. The committee will vote on the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett a week from today over the objection of Democrats on the panel, but members are continuing to spar over today's confirmation hearing. Barrett is supposed to get support from a group of legal experts as well as those who oppose her. But Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar calls the process a sham and says it shouldn't go forward. We should allow the winner of the election to pick this nominee that we should make sure that we do this after the election and that we remember that we have literally millions and millions of people voting as we speak. But Republican Senator Ted Cruz argues the confirmation should move forward. Moving forward on this nomination is consistent with two centuries of precedent and tradition in the Senate. The committee is scheduled to hear from 10 witnesses right now, Members of the panel are continuing to argue over how the hearings have taken place. But the bottom line again the panel will vote on Judge Barrettes nomination A week from today. Reporting live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. O P New stay with US for live coverage. Mitchell throughout the day, and you can watch today's hearing. Live at w t o p dot com CAMPAIGN 2020 ON w T O P Democratic nominee Joe Biden shattered fundraising records in August, raking in more than $364 million. He's broken his own record in September, raising 383 million last month. Trump campaign has not yet announced its September fundraising numbers. The Biden campaign is rejecting the New York Post story that alleges a link between the Democratic nominee and his son's business dealings in Ukraine. A story alleges that Biden met with a top advisor to the Ukrainian energy company that his son Hunter had joined in 2015. The report on the Post has yet to be verified, and purported e mails haven't been authenticated by major news organizations. Twitter Block users from sharing the article. Where's Facebook limited the story's distribution so it could fact check its claims. Biden campaign says investigations by the press and by two Republican led Senate committees have all found that Joe Biden carried out official U. S policy toward Ukraine and engaged in no wrongdoing, however, presented a potential conflict of interest at a rally last night in Iowa, President Trump embraced the claims made in that story just weeks ago just before the American people in a presidential debate. I told you that these claims had been totally discredited. And that his son did nothing wrong. But now that turns out to be a total lie now we can see clearly that Biden is a corrupt politician..

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

"Help stave off the flu here. The Western wildfires have claimed another life that of a firefighter whose body was found in the San Bernardino National Forest. The death toll is now at 35 Rain in Oregon may help the situation there, but could cause some additional problems. Like flash flooding and mudslides. Geologist Bill Burns. People live in these areas or are passing through these areas during these periods of rainfall that we're gonna have in the next 24 hours or so they should be really cautious. Major wildfires are still burning there, and thousands are still evacuated along the Gulf Coast. More than 300,000 people are still without power after Hurricane Sally as the cleanup continues there. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP 903 Friday morning. September the 18th 62 degrees now going up to the upper sixties or low seventies today. Good morning. I'm Bruce Allen. Top local stories. We're following this hour still 6.5 weeks until Election Day, November 3rd. But this year with the pandemic, there are other ways to vote. And in Virginia, some of them start today. Early in person. Voting begins today in Virginia and the registered voter,.

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At least 15 women are accusing Washington Redskins staffers of sexual harassment, report says

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00:47 sec | 1 year ago

At least 15 women are accusing Washington Redskins staffers of sexual harassment, report says

"Several of the employees of the Washington NFL team have already resigned or been fired His results with story This is unacceptable behavior and corrected. In a wide ranging story detailed by the Washington Post 15 women who previously worked for the Washington Redskins, alleged sexual harassment and verbal abuse by former scouts and members of owner Daniel Snyder's inner circle. There are no allegations against Neider or former GM Bruce Allen, who was fired last December. Among those accused of misconduct or former director of pro personnel Alex Santos and Former assistant director of pro personnel Richard Man, the second as well as radio play by play announcer Larry Michael. All three departed the organization within the past week.

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15 women accuse former Redskins employees of harassment

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01:05 min | 1 year ago

15 women accuse former Redskins employees of harassment

"A bombshell report on Washington's NFL team. More than a dozen women who used to work there say they were sexually harassed and verbally abused. W T. Opie's Mike Murillo has the story. 15 former female employees tell The Washington Post that between 2006 and 2019 they were sexually harassed and verbally abused by team employees. And little was done about it, claiming some incidents were even Condoned by top executives. Some of the allegations were against Larry Michael, the voice of the Redskins, who was accused of making derogatory comments about women. He announced his retirement on Wednesday and didn't comment on the allegations. Alex Santos, the club's former director of pro personnel, was accused by six women and two reporters of making inappropriate comments about their bodies. Richard Man, the second former assistant director of pro personnel, was accused of sending inappropriate text to a staffer who says he told her to expect an inappropriate hug. Santos and man were fired this week. None of the employees filed formal complaints, according to the post. There are no accusations against team owner Dan Snyder. Former general manager Bruce Allen and the organisation says it takes issues of employee conduct seriously and has ordered an independent

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

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"Good morning I'm Bruce Allen teddy Gelman is at the end of this task coming up should members of Congress be here in Washington when they vote a new legal battle on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller some members of Congress are wary of trump administration July fourth plans I'm Dick you only gonna protesters clash with police after the death of a man held down by a now fired Minneapolis police officer it's nine thirty one some members of Congress could soon vote for the first time without actually being here in Washington but there's a new challenge to remote voting as we hear from WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill the way we have done things will have to change at least temporarily democratic congressman Jim McGovern who chairs the house rules committee led the way to allow proxy voting a single lawmaker can vote on behalf of up to ten others but the recently approved temporary rule now faces a legal challenge in DC federal court from house Republicans who argue the change is unconstitutional the suit was first reported by the Wall Street journal Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Republicans say lawmakers should be here as they have been throughout the country's history growth of war two world wars terrorist threats and a major pandemic without trying to shirk this duty on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news citing the ongoing pandemic DC area members of Congress want to stop any plans the White House may have for a salute to America event on July fourth the army old guard Fife and drum corps performed at last year's event at the Lincoln Memorial lawmakers led by northern Virginia congressman don Beyer said the trump administration spent more than five million dollars to stage that salute to America writing to the defense and interior secretaries the legislators say a similar event this July would needlessly risk health and safety and further economic strain they urged the trump administration to suspend any such plans thank you Leon WTOP news president trump came under attack again for his facemask policy this time from his presidential opponent in a CNN interview he was a stark contrast on Memorial Day president trump without a mask his November opponent former vice president Joe Biden wearing one the president then re tweeted someone making fun of how body looked the president seemed confused as to when you're supposed to wear a mask what I'm gonna wear a mask but he was standing outside with his wife perfect conditions perfect whether they're inside they don't wear masks and so I thought it was very unusual that they had one on the former vice president hit back he's a full not too full to talk that way I mean every leading Daken world is saying we should wear a mask when you're in a crowd CBS news White House correspondent Ben Tracy reporting for the first time Twitter has flags some of president trump's tweets with a fact check warning Twitter at a warning phrased to trump tweets that called mail in ballots fraudulent and predicted that mailboxes will be robbed among other things under the tweets there is now a link reading get the facts about mail in ballots that guides users to a Twitter page with fact checks the news stories about the president's unsubstantiated claims coming up angry demonstrators protest the deadly encounter between a white man Minneapolis police officer at an unarmed black man in handcuffs it's nine.

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

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"Com good morning I'm Bruce Allen teddy Gelman is a theater is to ask coming up should members of Congress be here in Washington when they vote a new legal battle I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill some members of Congress are wary of trump administration July fourth plans I'm Dick you only gonna Joe Biden claps back at president trump for chiding him for wearing a mask seven thirty one some members of Congress could soon vote for the first time without actually being here in Washington but there's a new challenge to remote voting WTOP's Mitchell Miller has more now today on the hill the way we have done things will have to change at least temporarily democratic congressman Jim McGovern who chairs the house rules committee led the way to allow proxy voting a single lawmaker can vote on behalf of up to ten others but the recently approved temporary rule now faces a legal challenge in DC federal court from house Republicans who argue the change is unconstitutional the suit was first reported by the Wall Street journal Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Republicans say lawmakers should be here as they have been throughout the country's history growth of war two world wars terrorist threats and a major pandemic without trying to shirk this duty on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news citing the ongoing pandemic DC area members of Congress want to stop any plans the White House may have for a salute to America event on July fourth the army old guard Fife and drum corps performed at last year's event at the Lincoln Memorial lawmakers led by northern Virginia congressman don Beyer say the trump administration spent more than five million dollars to states that salute to America writing to the defense and interior secretaries the legislators say a similar event this July would needlessly risk health and safety and further economic strain they urged the trump administration to suspend any such plans thank you Leon WTOP news president trump came under attack again for his mask policy this time from his presidential opponent in a CNN interview he was a stark contrast on Memorial Day president trump without a mask his November opponent former vice president Joe Biden wearing one the president then re tweeted someone making fun of how body looked the president seemed confused as to when you're supposed to wear a mask what I'm gonna wear a mask but he was standing outside with his wife perfect conditions perfect whether they're inside they don't wear masks and so I thought it was very unusual that they had one on the former vice president hit back he's a full not too full to talk that way I mean every leading Daken world is saying we should wear a mask when you're in a crowd CBS news White House correspondent Ben Tracy reporting for the first time Twitter has flags some of president trump's tweets with a fact check warning Twitter added a warning phrased to trump tweets that called mail in ballots fraudulent and predicted that mailboxes will be robbed among other things under the tweets there is now a link reading get the facts about mail in ballots that guide users to a Twitter page with fact checks and new stories about president trump's unsubstantiated claims coming up protests after the death of a man held down by a now fired Minneapolis police officer seven thirty three doctors.

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03:50 min | 1 year ago

"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Bruce Allen we have teddy Gelman in theaters this coming up president trump reveals he's taking Hydroxycut or going to ward off the corona virus prompting warnings from medical experts and the president is threatening to withhold U. S. funding from the World Health Organization permanently key testimony coming today on the outlook for the economy during the pandemic on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller it's nine thirty one CBS news update hydroxy Clark Quinn is it safe to use to treat corona virus or not the president says he's taking it as a preventative measure White House press secretary Kelly mac containing millions of people across the world have taken this drug for other purposes and done so safely Dr Baba heated is a professor of medicine at New York medical college and chair of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital we have had no effect on several hundred patients that we've looked at and I understand for the food and drug administration has been looking in the CDC's been looking and there's been no evidence to support its use in the treatment of the cove in nineteen disease sufferers right the data is according to CBS news medical contributor Dr David I guess when you talk about this it defines your politics with your for or against hydroxyl Corcoran and that's not right the data have to speak and hopefully the data will be out soon CBS news update I'm bill Rakoff China's foreign ministry said this morning that president trump's message to the world health organisation threatening to cut off funding for good is an effort to shift the blame for his administration's failures in responding to the coronavirus CBS news correspondent Ramy Inocencio reports on the skating four page letter sent to the middle of a worldwide conference on the pandemic president trump slammed the World Health Organization for what he called a failed response to covert nineteen and alarming lack of independence from China and for ignoring credible reports from Wuhan the president's health and Human Services secretary addressed the W. H. O. directly as it convened its annual assembly virtually for the first time there was a failure by this organization to obtain the information of the world needed and that failure cost many lives the president's missive came after China's president xi Jinping made a U. turn pledging to support an independent probe into the origins of the coronavirus and with the pledge of two billion dollars in aid Senate leaders are still far apart on what's ahead to deal with the pandemic as they prepare to hear key testimony today on the economy WTOP's mental Miller reports from Capitol Hill Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants nothing to do with the three trillion dollar measure passed by the house eighteen hundred page doorstop there's bigger below sea dropped last week was appropriately greeted as the legislative equivalent of a stand up comedy but the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer blasts Republicans for not doing more the American people may be wondering what is the Republican led Senate doing instead of addressing this urgent national crisis Schumer argues that Americans want action and notes that Democrats push to get today's hearing scheduled and upcoming testimony from treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin hi capitol hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news a sophisticated international crime ring is stealing hundreds of millions of dollars in unemployment benefits intended for Americans who lost job during the pandemic shut down U. S. authorities say many of the fraud victims are first responders government workers or school employees one second either call a applied for unemployment in Florida on April thirteenth pop up appeared on the government website saying this social security number was already used to file a claim I never file for unemployment before so I was thinking okay maybe someone did fraudulently use my social to try and claim benefits asked me.

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03:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Morning I'm Bruce Allen teddy Gelman is at the editor's desk coming up following a public outcry a white Georgia man and his son arrested in the shooting death of a black jogger more congressional efforts under way to help people out of work in the Washington area I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill the department of justice dropping the prosecution of a former national security adviser who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI it's seven thirty one CBS news update as outrage grew over a video showing the shooting of a black jogger in Georgia arrests were made more than two months after the incident today is the birthday of the victim a modern armory CBS's Omar via Franco has more this is I wish my son was here Marcus armory says he is relieved that the man accused of killing his son Ahmad last February are in the Glynn county jail the Georgia bureau of investigation's arrested Gregory and Travis McMichael Thursday evening the father and son duo told police they thought he was a burglary suspect and shot the unarmed man during a confrontation neighbor commissioned Bowers believes justice will be done in the case I'm content after like the icing on the cake is starving for conviction armory was gunned down as he jogged on a sunny day in the neighborhood in the town of Brunswick CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter in about an hour we're set to learn just how many people lost their jobs in the month of April and the so many out of work here in DC Maryland and Virginia members of Congress are looking for ways to help WTOP's Mitchell Miller has more now today on the hill Virginia senator mark Warner says the start of may brought a host of economic pressures can I pay my rent commemorates gonna pay my student at an enormous enormous economic stress being caused Warner says before the corona virus hit only about thirty percent of Virginia's workforce was covered by traditional unemployment that universe has been greatly expanded the democratic lawmaker says he'll press to continue expanding benefits and he's working on legislation that would make benefits portable so in a shifting economy people can hold on to their health care there's concern about a growing number of Americans losing their health care along with their jobs on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news Americans appear to be pretty hopeful about a recovery a Washington post Ipsos poll finds seventy seven percent of laid off or furloughed workers expect to be re hired by their previous employer wants to stay home waters in their area it's lifted the US is facing its biggest unemployment crisis since the Great Depression as many firms have been quick to let employees go economists say the best chance for any sort of recovery is to get as many workers as possible back to work in their old jobs much of that will depend on how re opening goes the nation my poll of nearly a thousand people has a margin of error of plus or minus three and a half percentage points the department of justice is dropping the prosecution of president trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his conversations with Russia's ambassador to the U. S. during the transition in twenty sixteen shock and fury from Democrats they say this is yet another example of Attorney General Barr doing the president's political bidding the chair of the Judiciary Committee in the house Jerry Nadler he says quote the decision to drop the charges against general Flynn is outrageous the evidence against general Flynn is overwhelming he pleaded guilty to lying to investigators CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reporting coming up the White House valley has coronavirus so what actually do they do I'm Gigi green seven thirty four.

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03:22 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Bruce Allen teddy Gelman is the editors desk coming up president trump orders meat processing plants to stay open even with growing coronavirus cases major battles ahead for what could be the biggest part of new legislation involving the pandemic on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller figuring out how to get public transit for the masses going again it's five thirty one CBS news update this is not what you usually hear at a funeral but last night in New York City mayor bill de Blasio personally intervened to break up hundreds of mourners crowded close together and has seating Jewish funeral in Brooklyn estate start to reopen CBS's Iain Lees says business owners are conflicted about what to do what is re opening some businesses on Friday at fifty percent of normal operating capacity not a moment too soon for the Grove cafe maybe I could do it break even for the next two or three weeks and then we can make money after that others like ignite yoga are grappling with the difficult decision not just putting my students at risk but my teacher because the government's gross domestic product report or GDP is due out this morning it's expected to be dismal CBS's chills lessons it's expected that the economy contracted by three and a half percent in the first quarter though second quarter is expected to be much worse CBS news update I'm Peter king president trump has signed an order under the defense production act requiring meat processing plants to stay open through the corona virus crisis the measure forcing me plans to remain open was drafted out of concern that they would increasingly close in response to or in fear of plant workers getting sick administration officials expressed concerns the nation's meat production could be reduced by eighty percent advocates for plant workers now worry they'll risk exposing themselves to the virus inside the processing plants the president says he's focused on limiting the liability of their employers to be sure beef chicken and pork remain available in the grocer's cases taking the liability which frees up the entire system Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington funding for states is shaping up as the next big political battleground for pandemic related legislation WTOP's Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill president trump says he's open to states getting funding but in his eyes not all states are equal there's a big difference with the stated that lost money because of confidence status in one very badly for twenty five years Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says state funding will be part of the ongoing legislative just question but he also worries about states using federal dollars to paper over mismanagement but Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says Democrats want to make sure states get the hundreds of billions of dollars they need to deal with the crisis and keep workers on the front lines it isn't about politics it's about people people's jobs people's families people's communities on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news the White House unveiled a plan that lays out how the administration will work with state governments and the private sector to expand testing Dr Anthony Fauci tells CNN the US does not have the perfect testing system president trump has touted we said we're going to get there he also clarified that not everyone who wants a test necessarily needs one everyone who needs a test according to the way we're approaching the identification isolation contact tracing keeping the country safe and healthy that will hopefully we should see that as we get.

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03:20 min | 1 year ago

"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

"Com good morning I'm Bruce Allen Luke Luke it is the editor's desk coming up states away and when they come in begin following the new trump administration guidelines for re opening what influence will Congress have on efforts to reopen the country on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller unsure where his loan application stands wharf business owner keeps the music going on making clarity it's nine thirty one CBS news update Ohio governor Mike DeWine says he's being cautious about re opening his state for business two front war now gotta keep safe god protect the most vulnerable same time gas start moving this economy back care givers there say they need more equipment like protective masks Jessie Frye Meyer with the Ohio nurses association says the most basic masks were disposable to stop spreading cheer germs now those standards there's a closer standards have now become use it until it's visibly soiled music for as long as you can for a week but it in a paper bag food banks are stretched further than ever near Dallas food distribution lines stretched on for miles this woman was among those waiting it out I don't mind as long as it is help in our household in this moment of time you just have to have that faith in Christ CBS news update I'm Peter king a Congress will have a role in planning to reopen the country as we hear from WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill a bipartisan group of lawmakers has been invited by the trump administration to take part in a task force on the re opening the house's top Republican Kevin McCarthy acknowledges there will be challenges moving forward as we re open this country there will be hot spots but how can we deal with that testing testing is a big part of what many Democrats continue to call for including Virginia senator mark Warner who will be part of the task force house speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's important that science play a big role in decision making on the road to recovery the goal is to solve the challenge solve the problem get people back to work including us on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news we have more than twenty thousand five hundred reported cases of the corona virus in DC Maryland and Virginia with nearly seven hundred seventy five deaths from that updated numbers from Virginia this morning show nearly seventy five hundred cases with two hundred thirty one deaths Maryland reporting more than ten thousand seven hundred cases nearly three hundred ninety two deaths plus sixty seven probable deaths which are people whose death was likely covert nineteen related but not yet confirmed by a lab test and in the district more than twenty three hundred cases in eighty one deaths together in Maryland and DC have nearly thirteen hundred people who have recovered from the virus Virginia doesn't report recovery numbers as he announced the new federal guidelines for re opening president trump left it to the nation's governors to decide how and when many of the governors agree with health experts on getting much more widespread testing before re opening and CBS news medical contributor Dr David agus says it's not just testing for the illness of testing for the antibodies to think here is that each state have all of those methodologies and equipment in stock and ready to go within that enterprise program and I'm not confident yes each of the states do coming up.

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"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com here is Bruce Allen good morning our local members of Congress are still upset about the shortage of medical supplies for hospitals in our area and they continue to push the federal government for answers WTOP's Mitchell Miller reports from Capitol Hill Allen's senators Chris van Hollen and Ben cartons say they followed up with FEMA on the lack of equipment the status received along with DC and Virginia they say the agency's regional administrator has been Frank and professional but van Hollen says that doesn't change the bottom line we do not have the supplies that are necessary which is why we're looking globally to try to address the shortages on a positive note Carden says hospitals are ramping up their efforts our hospitals are doing everything they possibly can to maximize the capacity for the expected increase numbers of covert nineteen patients on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news we have more than a thousand cases of the virus in our region DC Maryland and Virginia with nearly a hundred seventy deaths Maryland has more than four thousand cases with ninety one deaths Virginia has more than twenty eight hundred cases with fifty four deaths DC has more than a thousand cases with twenty four deaths one hundred eighty four people have recovered from the virus in Maryland two hundred eighty seven of recovered in DC and Virginia doesn't currently released data on recoveries Montgomery County is in the middle of week number two of its distance learning program so how's it going I just keep trying to say to folks this is not normal school Chris Lloyd president of the Montgomery County teachers union says distance learning will take time to get used to right now it's gradually ramping up we just all have to exercise patience so far the school system has given out more than forty thousand laptops to students and it's hosting classes on the video conferencing tools zoom the school system's chief tech officer Peter seven inning says it is secure because only students and teachers are allowed to enter the classrooms people from the outside could not market plus he says nobody can log in anonymously neckline Elie WTOP news teachers of incorporating tech into their lesson plans long before face time and soon became the latest learning platforms in prince George's county classes will be back in session online next Tuesday and teachers are finding the transition to distance learning can be bumpy there are days when teaching online feels like building a plane while trying to fly it it's going down the nose is going to enter like Ryan reed teaches English and world history she's a special educator at laurel high school in prince George's county read and her colleagues find there are days when they need to remind themselves control what you can and what you can't just let it go and.

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"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

"And I'm Bruce Allen teddy Gelman is the theater's task coming out corona virus outbreak has upended life in many ways across the country Fairfax county public schools the latest to decide to close in connection with the outbreak at least today growing congressional concerns about the shortcomings in testing for the virus that is a failing I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill it's six thirty one the corona virus pandemic has taken over daily life here and around the globe in this region alone we have nearly forty positive corona virus tests as a result Maryland now has banned public gatherings of more than two hundred fifty people and starting Monday schools will be closed in Maryland for two weeks through March twenty seventh an overnight decision is having a big impact on Virginia's largest school system Fairfax county public schools say they are closing today WTOP's Neolog insieme brings us our team coverage should decision to close Fairfax county public schools today comes just hours after superintendent Scott Bray brands said they'd remain open in a statement he says he's heard genuine concerns from parents about keeping schools open while schools in Loudon county in Maryland are closing right brand says out of an abundance of caution in his words I believe it is prudent for FCPS to cancel school to help ease parents staff and student anxiety Fairfax schools will also be closed Monday as staff prepares for the possibility of distance learning meal or constrain WTOP notes so teachers in DC public schools are getting up to speed on virtual learning in case classroom instruction is suspended they're using a professional day today for training schools in Loudon county are also close to through next Friday Washington Catholic archdiocese schools are closed from this coming Monday through Friday the twenty seventh masses canceled beginning tomorrow until further notice and Smithsonian museums and the national zoo have decided to close to the public tomorrow also until further notice also Arlington National Cemetery closing to the general public starting today but family pass holders can still visit the cemetery we have the fullest Fauria WTOP dot com now the slow pace of corona virus testing is testing the patience of Congress WTOP's Mitchell Miller has more on that from Capitol Hill Florida congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz during a house oversight hearing press the head of the CDC about who is accountable for the testing you seem to be saying because you can't name anyone specifically that there's no one specifically in charge another member of the president's task force Dr Anthony Fauci then addressed her concerns with a blunt acknowledgment it is a failing there let's admit it five she says the system currently isn't in place like it is in some other countries for rapid widespread testing we're not set up for that do I think we should be yes but we're not four million new tests are to be in place by the end of this week but many lawmakers say the U. S. is now playing catch up and that's affecting the overall health of Americans on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news there's still a lot of confusion about the president's European travel ban which goes into effect tonight crowds and chaos at European airports as Americans fear being stranded abroad from Paris a couple wearing industrial masks with a sea of fellow passengers around the deadline unlike.

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"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"bruce allen" Discussed on WTOP

"Morning I'm Bruce Allen and I'm Joan Jones we have Luke Luke at the editor's desk and coming up intelligence officials say rushes already interfering in the twenty twenty elections in an effort to get president trump reelected concerning the intelligence community over shake up I'm JJ green the latest cruise ship passengers who tested negative for covert nineteen are leaving the diamond princess today it's five thirty intelligence officials reportedly warned members of the house intelligence committee that Russia is interfering in the twenty twenty election campaign in an effort to help president trump get reelected it was a closed door briefing attended by Republican and democratic members of Congress The Washington Post and The New York Times site three officials who are familiar with the briefing Republicans on the committee challenge the conclusions arguing that president trump has been tough on Russia and strength in European security some current and former officials have speculated that the briefing may have played a role in the removal of acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire I'm JJ green the denies election threats executive Shelby Pearson delivered that classified briefing and recently appeared on W. T. O. P.'s target USA podcast talking about election threats wall the Russians might have volume on social media platforms we can recognize for example that China might not want to be as brazen the president was said to be angry about Pearson's briefing and essentially forced McGuire out naming ambassador Richard Grinnell to replace him something several officials in the intelligence community told WTOP left them stunned and disturbed JJ green WTOP news Elizabeth Warren continued her attacks on fellow presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg during a town hall meeting last night on CNN she says of Bloomberg isn't willing to release his former employees for many non disclosure agreements they've signed he should be disqualified from being president Bloomberg came under fire from Warren and other candidates during the the debate Wednesday night over nondisclosure agreements signed by a past employees and allegations that Bloomberg made sexist comments and foster the sexist culture his company Bloomberg says he won't release employees from those agreements and dismissed any complaints about his past remarks as employees possibly taking a joke he made the wrong way presidential candidates are busy picking up political endorsements by getting support from members of Congress only goes so far WTOP is Mitchel Miller has more from Capitol Hill Michael Bloomberg has had a mixed week including a tough initial debate in Nevada I have a very few non disclosure agreements how many Bloomberg did pick up endorsements from three more members of Congress this week giving him fifteen overall former vice president Joe Biden has the most endorsements from members of Congress about three times as many as Bloomberg but he had disappointing finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire and trails in the polls California senator Kamilla Harris had the second most congressional endorsements and she's no longer in the race and New Jersey senator Cory Booker who had more than a dozen endorsements is also no longer running for the White House on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news Michael Bloomberg has named former Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake as one of his national political co chairs Rawlings Blake joined several other former mayors hired by Bloomberg in similar roles they include Philadelphia's Michael Nutter Miami's many ideas and Antonio vehicle wrote via rugosa from Los Angeles Rawlings Blake will advise the campaign on policy development and strategy and serve as a national surrogate for Bloomberg up ahead we've got an update on the Kobe had nineteen virus five thirty four hi this is doctor Wilton's ski and this year's rocky gorge animal hospital seventieth anniversary and we are not slowing.

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Browns will hire new coach before appointing next general manager

CBS Sports Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Browns will hire new coach before appointing next general manager

"The Browns won a higher head coach and then a general manager was really hard for me to do a hard brown to leave this will create a strong working relationship between the two even though somehow the coach will be first to all series is bogus isn't this a damning moment indictment of Dave got I mean when he has to correct himself from his axe to because you still in secure well it's also damning that somehow the Washington Redskins are getting this right in the giants or not but that's a good point that they got rid of Bruce Allen they hired a good head coach starting from scratch in the giants somehow are continuing their EDC by keeping Kettleman but not Schirmer letting him misfire again maybe on a head coach Dave Gilman so hard I mean they had there's no way they didn't have meetings with him about we need to get this in chat absolutely yes because he is he is distancing himself the fans already don't like him right the product stinks then they hear his ridiculous Boston accident every Yorkers and it is creating some type of wage yeah and he's been talked to about this very obviously and this whole toward his media tour recently is sold bizarre he's kind of like walking back all the tough guy talk he's ever done he's being called out to the carpet on everything but I mean all of them are even John married the same thing and when he stands up to before saying anything else no questions he's presents this idea that they are now smart and technical and they have all these new fangled computers but any tell you how the fire patcher mine is got that his gut told him to do it and they've keeping cattleman whose anything but X. savvy and

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Redskins fans get their wish: Unpopular team president Bruce Allen fired as housecleaning begins

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Redskins fans get their wish: Unpopular team president Bruce Allen fired as housecleaning begins

"Year the Redskins have fire team president Bruce Allen after ten years the students are also expected to hire expanders coach Ron Rivera to be their new head coach Rivera would replace Jay Gruden who was fired in October following in only

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NFL teams slash staff on 'Black Monday'

The Dan Patrick Show

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

NFL teams slash staff on 'Black Monday'

"Black Monday in the NFL doing damage in the NFC east and more could be on the way cowboys coach Jason Garrett confirming to one oh five through the fan in Dallas this morning he's meeting with the team today and then Jerry and Stephen Jones it's expected Garrett will be informed he will not be brought back on a new contract giants have fired coach Pat Shurmur after two seasons but are retaining general manager Dave cattlemen Bruce Allen out as the Redskins president of football operations he will not stay on in another capacity reports say Washington has an interview with Ron Rivera today and that all signs point to Rivera being hired today as well giants brown's Panthers they all report the request permission to interview patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels for their vacancy giants a painter's report we do the same for Eric the enemy the chiefs offense

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Source: Allen done running Redskins' football ops

Wise Investor Show

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Source: Allen done running Redskins' football ops

"Redskins president Bruce Allen it's had complete control of the team since twenty sixteen but after a tough season this year that may be changing sources confirmed to ESPN he will no longer be involved with the team's football operations the source says he will continue with the team's president the official announcements expected to be made tomorrow along with other changes for the team and the skins close out their regular season today with a game against the cowboys skins analyst Larry Michael tells W. I. males mornings on the mall today's game will be about the rookies as of last week their mortgage started by refused Lee so you know that's what this is about right now it's about these young guys a lot of guys get an opportunity to

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Source: Allen done running Redskins' football ops

The M Zone

00:09 sec | 2 years ago

Source: Allen done running Redskins' football ops

"NBC sports reports Redskins team president Bruce Allen will be removed from football operations by Monday Washington to the V. I. runner verre and Marvin Lewis for the head coach Jeanne

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Bruce Allen, President of the Washington Redskins, Talks Training Camp

Larry O'Connor

08:53 min | 2 years ago

Bruce Allen, President of the Washington Redskins, Talks Training Camp

"Get you're saying welcome to football season it's the third week of July for crying out loud the Napster for games out in playing very well it's it's hard to shift your gears but it's red skins well I'm sure here so I guess you know the great thing about training camp is you lose sight of everything because you're with the players from six AM to eleven PM yeah and we are we're inundating them with football football football understandable and then not not running with the bulls or anything like that no we had a talk did you have a conversation with Mister Norman about you know I wasn't a fan of you dancing you know with the debt limit stars yet but I have you dance with the women that dance with the book yeah I think it probably a good choice hi this is your fourth year now in Richmond for our six year is six I'm so sorry for under and and what it turned out it was today I we're on break right now but the fans will be coming back relationship still strong with the city here it's it's strong with the city with you know Richmond is really one of the big NFL markets there in the top ten in television ratings while for every Monday night game the Super Bowl the draft so there's a lot of foot NFL fans here and obviously this is rights can country can you know the time pretty well could you at the governor just won't come on my show I don't I'm not sure why he's been in the news a lot lately could you could you give me a hook up there we've we've heard from the office and we're expecting him to come to practice either Friday maybe this weekend so give me a heads up on that I'll swing by for fat all right let I got to talk about the Redskins in the season ahead of us who's your starting quarterback Jeez I was wondering if you'd asked me that question that hasn't been determined yet the Philly is anybody's job yeah that would Jay's been doing as you saw in the first practice is each player's a cold case and Wayne are all getting equal amount of wraps and they're working with the first in the second and the third groups and we're not going to worry about that for a while now I know why shouldn't loves a quarterback controversy as much as independent counsels yeah right now we're going to let him continue to work and continue to grow and and of course it was talking about do what's happening with your left guard right now the the offensive line seems a little a little different without without are at the heart of the team without Trent there what's what's happening there you have news on that old out no news on it he's not here we love them but he's not here and is everybody talking I mean either you having conversations at least to work through this yeah it's really Trent tranice explained his position to me and we'll see what happens but right now we have to focus on the guys were here well if it listed as we had a great time last season obviously it was an incredible start you superseded everybody's expectations of the B. first half of the year and then these injuries com and it does ask question in that it's got to kill you obviously when you see these injuries in these guys are a part of your family and and you get to know them so much what is it about the red skins it seems is it is it the turf is it the the the program that you've got for strength and conditioning I mean I've seen your facilities there their top of the line you know Larry we we brought in some independent people to try and analyze the different injuries and after spending about eight weeks of our time and their time they came back with the you know there's no correlation is just the fleet demand yeah you know if it was just pulled muscles are growing sin and things soft tissue type of things then it would be the training regimen but we broke some bones we separated some shoulders we pulled some calf muscles we pulled we did it we did a mall you got everything that we share it was hopefully goes in the cycle and and it and it all happened the cowboys I don't wish injuries on any but I do but not us our receipt with Bruce Allen president of the red skins here on day one of training camp that between now that Lester yeah the jets here and they they were thugs right they were day beaten up on our players and our fans what team comes in at the end of this season will be the bangles because that's the first preseason game it didn't work out with the bangles okay so we're we're not gonna have any team come to Richmond we're just we're gonna work is our our own units and then get ready to play the Bengals ran by the way you this goes through what August fourteenth I want to say off the top of my head I believe a right right in there if you guys want to come down here for a beautiful long weekend or just take a couple of days off Richmond is incredibly hospitable and it's a really cool atmosphere don't cost anything to come in the gate no it caught the cost nothing I I do know someone bought a beer a Budweiser very early this morning that that was that I just bought that for the picture I can actually drink the beer I'm workin Bros an hour but it's not it's not get me in trouble or allies I have more questions if you'd like me to ask the group if we're trying to get each other in trouble well no we appreciate the business thank you for let's let's talk about what your expectations are for this season I know on the first day of training camp everybody thinks that we got a chance at the Superbowl instructing the parity in the NFL is incredible but the if you read the press accounts you guys don't have a chance to make it past the first week it all and that's a good thing that's motivating right yeah it's it's it's our players understand that expectations with you don't national outlets is in great for us the the cowboys in the eagles on the eagles have been a very good team that won the Superbowl couple years ago but we can make our own history and that's that is the message here and if you see the shirts that the players are wearing they say everything matters and so we're gonna try and get the details down here in Richmond and trying to get ready for opening gaming and win again when I was talking to the fans here during the the first half of the day for the first practice they were all raving about the draft and do something about this draft in particular that has given so much hope and excitement to the fans odd that talk about your draft talk about the strategy that you have there and who you really look I mean obviously you want all of them to to start eventually but who are you really looking after this season from at twelve each day is very important for the young players and and any new player that comes in to to the red skins or any team because I got to learn the new terminology the new systems and learn their new teammates and what they can count on from their teammates so the young players it's very important for him they're working really hard and we are excited about a week we see great things for them here's where those so you you want to make it a starting quarterback right now is pretty much up for grabs a everybody yes several out of that out of the next ten minutes there goes that that career option starting running back kind of the same situation right even Adrian Peterson obviously coming back but he's not necessarily in you know every down kind of running back right we use a group runny back system for a number of years eight Adrian obviously looks beautiful and is the best body out here him in Vernon Davis it's a tie between who the best body is in any way once again you're not station but Chris Thompson's been such a valuable asset for us on third down and out of the backfield but getting various guys back yeah watching the compile competition for them I was injured right around this time like third day of training camp last one of the first preseason game against overstressed hatred and that and and awful awful but having various guys back and he's he's healthy hundred resign and he's he's healthy knock on wood please not cancel that service thank all right so no conversation with you is complete we're gonna have plenty conversations I understand we're gonna we're gonna you're gonna be a regular here on the program over the course of the year so what's going on with the stadium the stage where we gonna be where we gonna be we do not have that announcement yet you'll you'll get to hear when we do expect to make an announcement about a new stadium new home for the Redskins sometime this year I would say within a year of that if that is the time table we're looking at our deadline for making the decision is really twenty twenty two because our lease and in Maryland and sin and twenty twenty six and so yeah but they don't build around here like they do in Vegas like that they they made the that stadium for the raiders was built in like three months out there I it's going to take a longer to building here well there's history in this city for when they're motivated they can do anything they want to do when I interviewed the president and he said he'd like to come to a red skins game what was the reaction in the front office there an aspirin when you were when you were here and that we look at that residence we have we have pictures of red skin park of the presidents of come over the years and it's it's it's it's part of the greatness of this franchise legacy is we're in the nation's capital and we think that's remains as a present wants to go to a game the president redskin says you'd love to have him at the game so I got to be the mediator I got to work this out I get get everybody in the same room and a negotiated down your your on board for this yeah but I thought you had the secretary of state coming to the game no no I left him down and when is that our Bruce down as a present right you want the president to come to the game alright we got a lot of Redskins fans here want that T. R. Bruce thank you and I know you're busy have a good time with with training camp here thanks

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"bruce allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"bruce allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"It is my honour improves to have on next guest on the line. He is the president of the Washington Redskins who obviously had a very very good week. It particularly in the first. Round of Thursday nights NFL draft two thousand and nineteen Reckitt ratings for the NFL the Redskins don't give a damn about that they give a damn about themselves and winning and doing what they can to put themselves position to win. And Bruce Allen, the president of the franchise would have a lot to do with that. What's going on Bruce? How are you? I'm doing great, Stephen. How you doing? I gotta tell you. I'm a bit compromise on this afternoon this morning and the out west coast. And here's why I like it. I like talking to you. I was gonna be nice to you anyway. But our man, Tony Wiley your guy media relations for the Redskins. I mean, he's a bully. He's a bully. He calls me up. And he said look man, you'd better be nice to my God. This is what he does to me, Bruce. This is what he does. He's got to look for me all the help. I can get. Listen, let's get right into it. I mean, first of all put into words, how excited you guys were when you realize you were going to be in position to draft somebody who was considered to be at the very least the second best quarterback in the draft and away in Haskins out of Ohio State talk to me about that for second. Well, Well, you know. you know, as you go through the draft process and Doug Williams and Kyle Smith did a tremendous job with all the scouts starting to set the board. But then you start to visualize these players, and what they would look like in the burgundy and gold, and and we were hoping that's all you could do at that point is hope because we had made the decision that we weren't gonna trade a lot of draft capital to move up because we liked a lot of the players in in this draft. And when he fell to us, it was it was a good start to the evening. And then as as we've talked about when we got Montesquieu also in the first round, it was a full blown celebration. Right. Interesting because I think about it from this perspective that we heard so much about Haskins. And I'm sure could you explain us. I mean now that you have him how in God's name does a guy like this fall to fifteenth where you consider the two fifty touchdowns just eight in the sepsis lashing completed seventy percent of his passes played in the big ten with a top three candidate for the Heisman Trophy award playing the most important position in the National Football League in most people's eyes. How would a guy like that full number fifty will you know, it I think it's a little bit. Because of the last few years there's been a lot of quarterbacks taken and some of the teams that were drafting above us and just taking a quarterback to previous year or two. And you know, here's ONA ended up taking a quarterback both years. But I I think that's what happened. I think it's after free agency a couple of teams took care of some needs and free agency. And once again, there are some really good. Offensive players who are in this draft..

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"bruce allen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"bruce allen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The way, the Redskins just a moment ago as you were listening to that selected Ross Pierce Baker offensive lineman out of Alabama. He is now the eighth Alabama player. Taken in the one hundred fifty three picks of this NFL draft time now to stay with the Redskins the ESPN dot com. NFL nation Redskins reporter John joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance line. Let's go back to the obvious incredible selection of Haskins the ability to have him at fifteen without making a move couple of days of now passed since that point what's been the the chatter about Haskins Redskins camps since then. Talk about the upside. Because when you when you hear the phrase to hurt the other day was ridiculous upside, but they also know from the coaching especially that they have to be very patient with them because he doesn't have he didn't have a lot of experience at the one year starting and there are a lot of things are going to be very for him with the concepts. He's gonna see here, of course. But some of the stuff they would like him to improve on the keyword will be with them is patients. How much of this election? John was influenced by the owner, Danny Snyder, his son goes to bullets high school. You know, obviously doing Haskins went went to bullets, and we all know, Dan, Snyder, really liked has content much influence this election. You know? In another topic here last days in the funny thing is that he was the one who called Haskins to tell them. The register drafted him. He he he was in on one of the meetings with Haskins and clearly did like him and the way it's been communicated to me is that Bruce Allen and was in charge that draft, you know, the scouts and how Smith and Jay Gruden and Doug Williams, but they knew who who dance. So whether or not, you know, he wasn't in there. He hasn't been here going over film doing anything like that. But it was clearly knew who the owner like they also do that they had to get a quarterback. And this was a pick give them a little bit of a single too. So whether or not, you know, I didn't hear that he told them they have to take them. But they knew that he liked him. I'll say that. Your turn your attention to their second. I pick by sweat from Mississippi State. How do you see him impacting their defense in year one? I in a in a very positive way. Now to have Ryan Kerrigan on the one side outside linebacker. They also have to Ryan Anderson a couple years ago from Alabama and the second round, and he has been a backup Anderson. So they lost this year. So they had a whole at that spot. And I knew all along that they wanted to get an, and what is the guy who can come in and start and help against Iran help against the path. If like a guy like Anderson with the end that rotation he is more run stopper. Whereas sweat is more than all around guy. See the pass rush ability. You know, the ability to pull Ross and do all various moves. And again, I think they like to the violent that he plays with and what he's showed on film. So I. The guy that can come in and make I would be surprised if he either not starting out playing a lot right away. Is thirty buzzer on the building yet about Ojo state receiver Terry MacLaurin, he's he's one of my favorite players in the draft as a football player in an unselfish guy.

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