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Philadelphia's budget has lowest cash balance the city has seen in years

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 1 d ago

Philadelphia's budget has lowest cash balance the city has seen in years

"Has not only canceled Philadelphia's fourth of July traditions. It's playing havoc with the city budget. Hey, y W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lowe reports. It's closed the fiscal year this week with the lowest fund balance in several years. The fund balance that's the amount of cash the city has on hand for unforeseen expenses is down to about $50 million a slim 1% of its total budget. That is not a great amount to have Budget director Marissa Waxman says the city's goal isto have 68% on hand. And even that is below what experts say its sound, which is 17% or two months worth of expenses. If you think about it compared to your household budget, having just 1% of your annual salary and savings puts you in a much more precarious position than if you had two months saved up the city has an extra burden and that it must get its spending plan approved by the Intergovernmental Cooperation Agency, or Pike, or it loses state funding, But Pica Has approved budgets with low cash balances before and the five year plan does project. The balance is going back to six per cent of the next few years. In addition, Waxman says, the city has built in a new fund, a reopening and recession reserve. It's set aside $80 million over the next two years that can be used in case of recession or reopening expenses. Deplete the budget. Even Mohr Hat lobe Y W. NewsRadio, Kimberly

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Philadelphia budget hole grows to $749M as officials scramble to finalize spending plan this month

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Philadelphia budget hole grows to $749M as officials scramble to finalize spending plan this month

"Philadelphia's budget is a big is in even worse shape than officials projected when the mayor submitted a new spending plan six weeks ago K. Y. W. city hall bureau de Pablo tells us they're now reporting an additional one hundred million dollars in lost revenue budget director Marisa Waxman says the realty transfer taxes brought in twenty five million dollars less than expected in the sales tax fell thirty two million dollars short she says federal funding to replace lost revenue could help but so far Congress hasn't acted you can't build budgets on hope so we had to deal with the real fiscal reality Waxman says the losses take the budget deficit to seven hundred forty nine million dollars and creates a negative fund balance balance mayor mayor Kenney's Kenney's chief chief of of staff staff Jim Jim angler angler says says the the administration administration is is working working with with counsel counsel on on how how to to close close the the gap gap there's there's a a number number of of things things on on the the table table there there additional additional cuts cuts to to departments departments there there could could be a new options there could be other things that we do with those are all intact we discussed the city council as we speak council president Darrell Clarke says it's not a surprise the gap is growing but council will pass a balanced budget

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Mitsubishi Aircraft closing overseas locations, cutting jobs

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Mitsubishi Aircraft closing overseas locations, cutting jobs

"County officials say Mitsubishi heavy industries will be cutting hundreds of jobs or finding out in our state and closing its U. S. operations for the troubled space jet project as it consolidates as a sale activities back to Japan the company said yesterday that Mitsubishi aircraft will close its overseas locations due to budget directors of the Nelson Matos the pandemic driven downturn hits all of Mitsubishi's aviation

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J.Crew Files For Bankruptcy. More Retailers Are Expected To Follow

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:38 min | 2 months ago

J.Crew Files For Bankruptcy. More Retailers Are Expected To Follow

"When J crew filed for bankruptcy yesterday it got a lot of attention in part. Because it's the first major retailer to fall prey to this pandemic. The company was forced to close five hundred stores and furlough all but two thousand of its thirteen thousand employees but this might not be the end. Other companies are very likely to go under in these times. And let's turn to David Wessel director of the Hutchins Center at Brookings Institution. David Hope you're well good morning so talk to me about J. crew going to bankruptcy court and what what exactly the company is going to be experiencing here well when a company files for protection of the Bankruptcy Court under chapter eleven of the law. It's allowed to not pay its debts. So it can continue to operate in business in the case of J. Crew which also owns a company called made. Well it worked out a deal with its creditors before it went to court. People who'd lent the company nearly two billion dollars essentially get control the company squeezing out to shareholders. Then it borrows more money about four hundred million dollars so we can keep going It's online businesses functioning. And it's planning to open. At least some of its stores. When the Corona virus receives the whole point of chapter eleven is to allow a debt laden company to reorganize and and stay in business. So is this an option that other retailers other companies are going to follow. We're GONNA see more. Companies seeking protection absolutely. American businesses borrowed a lot of money fifteen trillion dollars by one recent estimate when times were good. Many of them are going to have trouble keeping up the payment. It's hard to stay current on your debt when your revenues drive up. Gold's gym filed for bankruptcy this week already the Wall Street Journal says that both Neiman Marcus and JC. Penney have missed some interest payments. And they're talking to lenders about a bankruptcy filing hurts. The car rental company has hired advisors and in the oil and gas industry. Low Oil prices are pushing a lot of the little companies towards the bankruptcy court as well. David you've talked on a program about the hundreds of billions of dollars that Congress approve to try and help small businesses. Wasn't that supposed to try and avoid this. It was and all that aid is GONNA keep some companies out of bankruptcy. But it's not enough for all of them particularly that were already kind of over-borrowed before the corona virus hit and the problem here is this is going to overwhelm the bankruptcy courts. And that's going to have unfortunate side effects. Some companies are going to have trouble finding the money you need to borrow temporarily to keep going while you're in bankruptcy and history suggests when they're lots of business bankruptcies as I expect there will be. The courts tend to put their attention on reorganizing. The big ones and that means little people a little companies had filed for bankruptcy just end up liquidated they sell off their assets with the court supervision and essentially go out of business. What other options out there David to to try and save a company in these times? Well the best option. Of course we'll get the economy going when the virus receipt so they can start selling again. Joe Stiglitz Nobel laureate suggests a super chapter eleven kind of one size fits all plan. David scale a law professor at Paneth suggested that Congress legislate a moratorium on debt payments giving companies and even some families the immediate benefits of bankruptcy without having go through the court and Peter or Zag was the White House budget director in the Obama administration says that because bankruptcy can have such a big effect on suppliers. He suggests government lending to what he calls firms that are two connected to fail doing. Essentially what the government did for GM and Chrysler during the great recession? But none of this is painless. That that is that is true. As we know. David Wessel from the Hutchins Center Brookings. Thanks so much you're

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Chicago City Council approves emergency powers ordinance

The Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Chicago City Council approves emergency powers ordinance

"Aldermen approved broad spending powers for major life could be used during the pandemic it was called spoke though just twenty nine to twenty one during a virtual council meeting WGN's Kelly Davis reports the people should govern did not vote for unilateral decisions no matter who they were it was a local all the men of the mayor they voted for accountability and transparency alderman Lopez is one of several critics of the emergency spending ordinance opponents say it's an unnecessary power grab leaving the council in the cold during the city's code nineteen response and here here in in Chicago Chicago we we have have seen seen the the disasters disasters the the backs backs of of when when we we trust trust the the mayor mayor to to be be Chicago's Chicago's sole sole decision decision maker maker and and authority authority what what is is it it that that we we do do with with that that money money and the council I believe that we should have the ability to appropriate those dollars and that not be strictly an executive decision the ordinance allows the mayor's administration to move money within the city budget to pay for covert nineteen expenses without council's approval they can also sign contracts under one million dollars for pandemic related needs the fact we're all dealing with global pandemic justifies us allowing these unique powers for a limited amount of time alderman Reilly voted in favor of the emergency spending powers he says that's because the mayor tweaked the original ordinance terminating it on June thirtieth and the budget director will have to give city council weekly reports I I look at this says riding shot gun but allowing the administration the flexibility they need to be nimble to negotiate contracts for P. P. and for testing supplies I think that's important the mayor says the spending powers are needed to allow the city to act swiftly in response to this global pandemic what the twenty nine voted for was to make sure that we continue doing everything we can to keep our residents safe this time a pandemic and the continued to have a sense of urgency around the measures that are needed to do just that

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Senate passes $2 trillion coronavirus relief package

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Senate passes $2 trillion coronavirus relief package

"Wins the Senate passes the largest economic rescue package in United States history on this vote the yeas are ninety six the nays are zero the sixty vote vote threshold having been achieved the bill is passed the more than two trillion dollar rescue plan would send twelve hundred dollar checks to most Americans and provides hundreds of billions in relief for businesses as well governor Cuomo though not impressed calling our share a drop in the bucket would really be terrible for the state of New York the two trillion dollar bill what does it mean for New York state government to me three point eight billion dollars three point eight billion dollars sounds like a lot of money Robbie for the budget director can talk you through the numbers but we're looking at a shortfall revenue shortfall of nine ten fifteen billion dollars a similar response from the mayor's public health emergency is draining the city's resources at a time and revenue has slowed to a trickle says mayor bill de Blasio our resources are plummeting our revenues plummeting though the money that we use to help people is drying up he's angry that there isn't substantial direct aid for New York included in the coronavirus stimulus package here is the truth it was the Majority Leader of the U. S. Senate Mitch McConnell who stood in the way of real aid to New York City and New York state that is just a fact he said the city can survive this way for only so long Steve casting down for ten ten wins so the measure now goes to the house where a vote is expected tomorrow house speaker Nancy Pelosi does support the

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No New Taxes: What’s in Philadelphia Mayor Kenney’s 2020 Budget Proposal

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 4 months ago

No New Taxes: What’s in Philadelphia Mayor Kenney’s 2020 Budget Proposal

"Education and poverty reduction are expected to be the themes as Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney unveils a five point two billion dollar budget proposal today here's K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb with more the budget includes a hundred eighteen million dollars in new spending but no new taxes in fact budget director Marisa Waxman says there will be cuts in the wages and business income in receipts or Burt tax the wage tax cuts are following the same pattern that we have been doing the Burke tax cut is xcelerated and extended still revenues will rise allowing the mayor to propose some new programs including a city funded college scholarship in affordable housing program and street sweeping we're going to be moving to ramp up that programming over the course of the five year plan bring it to every neighborhood that'll cost you sixty seven million dollars over five years but the first year is ten point five the budget proposes three million dollars to fight the opioid epidemic in though none of that money would go to a safe injection site opponents still angry about the since scuttled plan to open one in South Philadelphia are expected to protest at the

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"budget director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"budget director" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"State budget director Chris called the almost sixty two billion dollar funding plan now goes up for debate to Lansing the next fiscal year set to starts on October first Ste president trump taking a victory lap on Thursday just one day after his acquittal by the Senate mixing shout outs to supporters with the vulgar put down of his enemies CBS news correspondent Ben Tracy is at the White House today was about presidential pay back eighty jet Mr trump's political opponents Adam Schiff is a vicious horrible person Nancy Pelosi is a horrible person on the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue the speaker return the favor he's impeached for ever no matter what he says or whatever headlines you want to carry around president trump is also not hiding his contempt for Mitt Romney the only Republican senator who voted to convict and after senator Romney cited his faith as part of the decision to vote guilty Mr trump yesterday questioned Romney's faith what are the result of the caucus results are in now for Iowa it it's a virtual tie between senator Bernie Sanders and former mayor people to judge CBS news correspondent Tanya Rivero with more the data shows people to judge and senator Bernie Sanders in a virtual tie when it comes to state delegates both hold the twenty six percent however in terms of final choice Sanders has a slight lead over booted judge they are followed by senator Elizabeth Warren former vice president Joe Biden and senator any club which are yeah and the Associated Press says it can't call a winner citing the margin of error and irregularities in the process meanwhile governor gradual over yesterday making a push to move up Michigan's primary what we're telling a lie that the disaster in Iowa only serves to strengthen our case the Michigan shouldn't be behind states like Iowa North Carolina and New Hampshire candidate Michael Bloomberg is already shot in those states to concentrate on Michigan and on super Tuesday but political scientist Dave duly says that might not be the best move because at this point all of the buzz is about the judge it's about Bernie Sanders it's about Joe Biden's poor performance very few people are talking about Michael Bloomberg he's waiting until super Tuesday to really start competing that might be too late and Michigan would have to lobby the national Democratic Party to move up until the says we likely to have a lot of competition from other blue states authorities say the fifteen students have been taken to a hospital to be checked after a crash between two school buses in an area east of Atlanta Thursday Georgia state patrol says the one bus stop short to avoid a crash in front of it the second bus was following closely behind and hit the bus in the rear two children from the first bus thirteen others from the second bus were taken to a hospital for medical evaluations it's unclear how many students were aboard the school buses WWE news time.

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Philadelphia city government could set record this year for overtime spending

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia city government could set record this year for overtime spending

"This could be a record year for Philadelphia when it comes to over time spending a wide W. city hall bureau chief Pat low reports once the department spent in three months what it had budgeted for the entire year the report from the city's fiscal watchdog pica has a familiar ring over time spending is up and needs to be contained executive director Harvey rice says the board is concerned because it's a trend so we question whether there's good monitoring and management tools in place and all the departments rice notes the office of property assessment went through its whole over time allotment in one quarter city budget director Maria so Waxman says the office had budgeted only twenty thousand dollars and she also knows it was short staffed through the summer she says under staffing is a big overtime driver if you don't have your full complement of employee it means you're going to have to rely on extra hours from the folks you do have on staff she as wage increases are also leading to higher overtime costs but she says some overtime is planned some of our work is really seasonal where wouldn't make sense to have more full time year round staff the city has budgeted one hundred sixty six million dollars for overtime

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Democrats subpoena Pentagon, White House budget office in impeachment probe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:23 min | 9 months ago

Democrats subpoena Pentagon, White House budget office in impeachment probe

"As the impeachment probe progresses house Democrats have issued subpoenas to the White House budget office and the Pentagon ABC Serena Marshall joining us from Capitol Hill what are they after these as record go to the department of defense and the office of management and budget and the purpose of that is for any documentation email correspondence related to the decision to withhold those four hundred million dollars or so in military funds to Ukraine and now you remember that military aid was bi partisan and its support and this administration the president has decided to delay that aid in no real reason was ever given at the time but then we found out that the president had said later that it was because he wanted to be partners in the region to pay more money into it to participate in the defense of Ukraine at a higher level the comparable to the United States and then we also heard the president say that he also did want to give money to Ukraine if they were gonna be focus on corruption and making sure that we're not finding a corrupt government but then in the midst of all this remember that aid is being withheld after that phone call with between president trump and the president of Ukraine and it's now house Democrats want to know if there's any correspondent any documentation that would hide that money directly to the president's push to have Ukraine and dusty is political rival right now at the same time it remembered that the president has said that there is absolutely no quid pro quo Republicans have said that call shows absolutely no quid pro quo house speaker Nancy Pelosi is that there is a need to be an explicit I want this in order for you to get that but if they find it is eight was withheld and that political talk could come into the equation that would really invigorated their impeachment inquiry they've told the administration they want these documents by October fifteenth they at the same time on Friday it issued other and at other request other subpoenas to the White House for their documentation around that phone call so far does one have been rebuffed by the White House it's unclear if they'd be able to rebuff the subpoenas for the department of defense and the office of management and budget and the same thing it sounds like it with this is like a good prosecutor would do is lay a foundation to see if there was any way to connect the lots of the military aid was indeed tied to abide manifestation exactly and they're saying that if we don't get these documents by the fifteenth any refusal to comply will be considered quote evidence of obstruction of the Miller language we heard when it comes to that subpoenas issued to the White House on Friday there was that resistance and from the White House last week but to these specific subpoenas Serena it has there been any response any resistance at this point from department of defense or the acting budget director now an apartment a defense general counsel would actually pro actively ordered all relevant opposite to gather paperwork related to the Ukraine military assistance issue expected this to be not expected to be asked about it as the peacemaker got under way as it related to the conversation with Ukraine today and taking a preemptive step last week to order and that all of this had been put on hold to the chief Pentagon spokesperson said whenever the better guarded the general council member other understanding is it is fairly standard practice when they're significant level congressional architecture general interest in the matter to do that so they started this is happening the eighty introspective that to happen and it would be very unlikely for the department of defense to at the very least complied with the subpoena all right we'll see what happens between now and October

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From A Napkin To A White House Medal  The Path Of A Controversial Economic Idea

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:22 min | 1 year ago

From A Napkin To A White House Medal The Path Of A Controversial Economic Idea

"Economists art Laffer is set to receive the medal of freedom today from President Trump laugher helped popularize the notion that tax cuts can pay for themselves through faster economic growth, Ronald Reagan's former budget director David Stockman calls laugher, quote, the greatest fake economists to ever come down the pike and quote, NPR's, Scott Horsely reports aren't Lavers journey to the nation's highest civilian honour began forty five years ago with around of drinks in Washington. Cocktail lounge laugher, a young economist time was trying to persuade president Ford's deputy chief of staff, the guy named Dick Cheney that lowering taxes could actually boost government revenue art was trying to explain to janey how to laugh or curve works. Grace Marie Turner. A reporter who was there says Cheney wasn't getting it right away. So laugh a resorted to a visual aid, how he sketched out this Laffer curve on a paper cocktail napkin at the hotel Washington just across the street. From the White House. The Ford administration never embraced laugher philosophy, but Ronald Reagan did taxes story and Bruce, Bartlett says the namesake curve that laugher sketched that day provided intellectual cover for Reagan's nineteen Eighty-one tax cut, basically, it was a way to have your cake and eat it too. Bartlett, who later worked in the Reagan White House says in those days, Republicans pushing tax cuts still had to pay lip service to fiscal responsibility. So if you wanted to have a tax cut either had to pay for it by raising other taxes, cutting spending, or come up with some gimmick elect laugh recurs to simply assert, that it wouldn't lose revenues, despite laugh assurances the Reagan tax cuts did lose revenue. And while the economy, eventually boomed deficits soared Reagan was ultimately forced to reverse about half the cuts today. Most serious Republican economists dismissed the idea that tax cuts pay for themselves through faster. Economic growth, but sociologist Elizabeth pot. Berman of SUNY. Albany says the Laffer curve has none. The less stuck around, once you take those kinds of ideas and put them poorly into the political sphere, they sort of take on a life of their own in two thousand twelve the state of Kansas paid laugher, seventy five thousand dollars to help then governor Sam Brownback craft his own tax cut, laboratory NPR's planet, money, cutting taxes would do great things for the Kansas Konami more employment. More put more production. You're more jobs created in Kansas. They'll be more payroll taxes. It didn't work out that way, anti McKay who was head of the Kansas center for economic growth says despite Lavers promises state revenues plunged by six hundred million dollars and job growth lagged, his voice was nowhere to be heard when we were undergoing nine consecutive rounds of budget cuts credit downgrades, there wasn't any part of the state budget that wasn't being used to prop up his failed tax, experiment state. Lawmakers eventually reverse the tax cuts laugher insisted they just needed more time to work. He continues to chant. In tax cuts at the federal level a month after president trumps election laugher told morning edition corporate taxes should be cut dramatically dropping that tax rate to fifteen percent would have a huge impact on the US economy, and would have very little impact, if any on tax revenues from corporations from businesses congress did slash corporate taxes, although not as far as laugher wanted, and despite a strong economy corporate tax revenues dropped last year by twenty six percent no matter how many times laugher is projections of proven wrong. White House economic adviser, Larry cudlow is unfazed. I know some people agree. And some people may not agree with his views. But, but I'm electric guy a replica of the cocktail napkin. We're laugher. I sketch that curve. Is now on display at this Massoni museum of American history. The grace Marie Turner says that cloth museum-piece is not the original this wasn't a kind of stablishment. It would have had a cloth napkin. And I don't think anybody knows what. Happened to that. Napkin, probably got picked up and carried off when the your glasses were sent back to the bar of fitting in for the Laffer curve as an economic forecasting tool. But when it comes to political marketing the curve, and its creator live on Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington.

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What Trump proposed in his 2020 budget

Pacifica Evening News

05:12 min | 1 year ago

What Trump proposed in his 2020 budget

"Grilled President Trump's acting budget director a day after he laid out the administration's four point seven trillion dollar budget, which pushes the federal deficit passed one trillion dollars. Trump wants more than eight billion dollars for the barrier with Mexico. He's also asking for a big boost in military spending, that's alongside steep cuts in health care and economic support programs for the poor the plan also retains the huge Republican tax cuts for the wealthy and the richest corporations that the Congressional Budget Office has projected will add one point nine trillion dollars to the deficit over a ten year period. Massachusetts Democrat Seth Bolton. Pressed acting budget director Russ vote on the consequences of that tax cut. I'm just curious how. How many of Mr. Trump's eight point six billion dollar walls? Could he build with one point nine trillion dollars? I haven't done the math on that more than two hundred twenty two hundred twenty two hundred twenty miles two hundred and twenty of his full walls. Now just to compare that to some democratic priorities. What do you think one point nine trillion dollars would do for education funding in the United States that make a difference in our kids lives? We believe this this budget fully funds. What is necessary to continue to educate? Our children. Washington state congresswoman Paul pointed to the massive increase in military spending proposed by Trump, including a huge increase in the overseas. Contingency operations also known as the Pentagon's slush fund in this budget. How much does the president proposed cutting the department of defense department slush fund in in twenty fiscal year? Twenty we propose increasing the how much are you proposing to increase it by increase it up to from sixty nine billion to one hundred and sixty four billion. So you're proposing to increase the slush fund that has been called that by the president's chief of staff, and by our our chairman of the Armed Services Committee by one hundred and thirty eight percent to one hundred and sixty five billion over twenty nineteen jay-paul noted that last fall, the Pentagon failed its first ever comprehensive audit and asked whether it shouldn't come into compliance before. Trump grants it more higher spending levels. Democrats also denounced the massive cuts in health care. The Trump budget proposal, including one and a half trillion dollars to Medicaid and eight hundred forty five billion to Medicare over the next ten years, Texas, Democrats Sheila jackson-lee said the budget targets the most vulnerable Americans this budget attacks the most vulnerable in this nation. It is unequal and wealth. The tax scam is still the most powerful undermining of growth and prosperity in this nation by pushing money toward the top zero point one percent or the top one percent and leaving those who can add to the economy along the highway of despair this budget will not go. Texas democrat Lloyd Doggett twenty two cuts in federal education spending with reference to education, I'm greatly troubled that at a time when we face a physician shortage, a growing shortage you propose to eliminate all of the loan forgiveness programs that are available to get those physicians as well as law enforcement and teachers and under served areas. This is a great step backwards as are your cuts in student financial assistance, Silicon Valley congressman ro Khanna pressed vote on cuts to federal scientific agencies. And you're cutting the National Institute of health budget by four hundred four point nine billion dollars. Is that correct? We ha- we bring the national institutes of health down to about thirty three billion. You see why I mean not trying to be parties? So DC's why some people may think that you don't believe in science and technology when when you're cutting the National Science Foundation by a billion when you're cutting the national. By four billion, which the Republican congress by the increase two billion last. Democrats accused Trump of going back on his campaign promise to protect Medicare after he introduced the two thousand twenty budget the calls for steep cuts in Medicare payments to hospitals. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the budget embodies longstanding Republican ambitions to make Medicare wither on the vine Pelosi said in a statement after exploding the deficit with his GOP tax scam for the rich President Trump is once again trying to ransack Medicare, Medicaid and the health care of seniors and families across America. This budget says promises kept said Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of New York balderdash.

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President Trump, Budget Director And Russell discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump, Budget Director And Russell discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"McGuire in the White House is out with President Trump's budget. Request acting budget director Russell defended a budget that proposes to increase military spending cut domestic outlays and establish national work requirements for federal assistance. He said the administration needs eight point six billion dollars for its proposed border wall. And he continued to insist a massive 2017 tax cut will pay for itself can policies in this budget will generate more than enough revenue to pay for the cost of the tax cut problem with deficits, which now top trillion dollars vault said is a problem with congress. We have a spending problem is a country, which he said, congress has refused to address. I'm Warren Levinson house. Budget committee, chairman Kentucky Democrat, John Yarmuth says he doesn't see much if anything good and the proposal. I think this is disastrous for middle America Yarmuth ads. If Trump insist on his wall funding, then there's the possibility of a government shutdown because of what the president does not what

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Kenney to propose $5B budget, avoiding election year controversy

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Kenney to propose $5B budget, avoiding election year controversy

"Mayor Jim Kenney is expected to propose a five. Billion dollar Philadelphia city Budget Council this morning. W city hall bureau chief, Pat Loeb reports the mayor and all of city councillor up for reelection in this budget avoids controversy mayor's budget would provide relatively modest increases for new programs, including new strategies to combat the opioid crisis in violent crime and budget director and atom says for the first time in many years, a regular street cleaning program continuing pilot that starting in the spring focusing on those neighborhoods that the little index identified as being the ones that most needs the being cleaned the budget also reflects larger increases in fixed costs such as pensions the school district contribution and the cost of recycling. And also speeds up expansion of the programs being paid for with the soda tax. Adding a thousand fifty new pre k seats and five community schools. It does not include money for some of the program city council has been touting such as the creation of a public safety force to direct traffic and a defence fund for low income tenants finance director, rob duboe says there's no room in the budget for them, but council will certainly be. Trying to find the room over the next few months of budget

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"budget director" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"budget director" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Even though the mortgage has fallen through whatever it is. You can go there and the CFP basically st-. Damps? It sends it off to the creditor your complaint, and then monitors that you got a response and. That's right. You have a consumer hotline. But let's make sure that something happens when people that's exactly right. And so they're a whole lot of people who've been able to get their problems resolved through this. And here's another part. It's like a constant feedback loop to the agencies. So that they know. Wow. Looks like there's a problem out in a Nevada and what's happening here. And maybe they're preying on military families. Because all of a sudden it's starting to show up in the complaints. That's useful information that keeps this agency tied to it's original mission. Which is to be there on behalf of families across this country of looking at your eyes as the light in your eyes describe this like the proud parent. You are ended a. You were you wanted to be the director of youth that and you because you do engender strong reaction, and I think a lot from the industry they in the in the dealings that went on to get the thing through that didn't happen. But I'm listening to you speak. And I'm wondering what if you had been the permanent director, you almost certainly would not have run for the Senate in Bassett's. I'd have stayed and done this because that would have been my chance to serve that would have been the way that I could have made a difference. When I couldn't make a difference that way, I found another way and that was running for the Senate. So what is the what is the status of the cfpb BB now because the administration has not been all that enthused about its mission. And in fact, sent Mick Mulvaney over when he. The budget director to kind of get things under control over here is the day-to-day day stuff that you just describe still going on. So look Levin made it clear he didn't like the agency from before he was ever asked to come over. That's why he was picked. He had said terrible things about the agency. And he came here. One of the first things they wanted to do was get a different mission statement because he thought the agency shouldn't just be for consumers. It should be out there serve banks, and he tried as best he could to make that a part of what the agencies doing. I look at it this way the agency still there. It's still a cop on the beat. Maybe not as strong as the cop was there. Maybe spend a little too much time in the Donut shop, but the consumer complaint hotline is still there. It's still working and the basic structure of the agency the fundamental idea that in this big world where giant banks or calling most of the shots that there still is one part of government that has one job and that is to look out for American consumers that part still works. You know, something I've had this theory for a long time about why it is that not just the big banks. Dislike this agency. I can mention twelve billion reasons they dislike it right that they've had to return money to consumers and had lots of other scams that they just decided maybe they'd better not do even though they'd be very profitable. But we'll use it some other folks don't like it. I think because it's an example of how government can work for the people because that's what this agency does every day..

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"budget director" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"budget director" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"We could be in for sixty more days each with worse consequences than the day before despite a vote today in the Senate. It will stay shut down a while longer. And the president is subtly threatening to keep it closed into March on his orders. The White House's requesting a list of federal programs that would suffer collapse. If the shutdown were to last say, another sixty days, it has been a long standing Republican dream to shrink government. This just might be their moment. Trump budget director, Mick Mulvaney, says he wants that list and his hands by tomorrow. Meanwhile, the ramifications of the shutdown are spreading wider and hurting more deeply food stamp money. Runs out in a week. Also when a week federal workers who are still getting health insur. Benefits will start having to pay for their own dental and vision insurance because of its urgency, and it's important will examine the shutdown thoroughly after the latest look the man being investigated as a possible agent of the Russian government who's at the center of it. All. People have been telling lies since before. There were words politicians made an art of it some lying more artfully than others. The lies of politicians in modern American history with some stark exceptions have been more like exaggerations half-truths and innuendo to sell themselves to the voters or to push their political agenda often financed by special interests. We got used to that figured. That's how the game is played. And for a long time. It was sure there were the occasional big. And sometimes deadly lies from I am not a crook to WMD's in Iraq and mission accomplished. But for the most part half truths were the stuff of politics. And then came Donald Trump who as president of the United States, sometimes tells the American people over one hundred lies a day, he talks or tweets a lot the more. He talks the more. He deceives often just out of ignorance of the facts. But also to deceive as in no collusion. And he repeats himself a lot driving up his count exponentially. Because he is the president someone should keep track for historical reference. If nothing else perhaps for a future psychology textbook. A lot of someone's do. Keep track of Trump's misleading remarks, but keeping up with an itchy.

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"budget director" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"budget director" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"We could be in for sixty more days each with worse consequences than the day before despite a vote today in the Senate. It will stay shut down a while longer. And the president is subtly threatening to keep it closed into March on his orders. The White House's requesting a list of federal programs that would suffer collapse. If the shutdown were to last say, another sixty days, it has been a long standing Republican dream to shrink government. This just might be their moment. Trump budget director, Mick Mulvaney, says he wants that list and his hands by tomorrow. Meanwhile, the ramifications of the shutdown are spreading wider and hurting more deeply food stamp money. Runs out in a week. Also when a week federal workers who are still getting health insur. Benefits will start having to pay for their own dental and vision insurance because of its urgency, and it's important will examine the shutdown thoroughly after the latest look the man being investigated as a possible agent of the Russian government who's at the center of it. All. People have been telling lies since before. There were words politicians made an art of it some lying more artfully than others. The lies of politicians in modern American history with some stark exceptions have been more like exaggerations half-truths and innuendo to sell themselves to the voters or to push their political agenda often financed by special interests. We got used to that figured. That's how the game is played. And for a long time. It was sure there were the occasional big. And sometimes deadly lies from I am not a crook to WMD's in Iraq and mission accomplished. But for the most part half truths were the stuff of politics. And then came Donald Trump who as president of the United States, sometimes tells the American people over one hundred lies a day, he talks or tweets a lot the more. He talks the more. He deceives often just out of ignorance of the facts. But also to deceive as in no collusion. And he repeats himself a lot driving up his count exponentially. Because he is the president someone should keep track for historical reference. If nothing else perhaps for a future psychology textbook. A lot of someone's do. Keep track of Trump's misleading remarks, but keeping up with an itchy.

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Mick Mulvaney takes over as Trump's acting chief of staff

24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Mick Mulvaney takes over as Trump's acting chief of staff

"New York. New White House chief of staff named I'm Tim Maguire, the newsman that President Trump turns to someone inside the White House as his new chief of staff, Mike Grassi explains. After a choppy process that saw at least two candidates bow out President Donald Trump has settled on White House. Budget director, Mick Mulvaney, as his new chief of staff Mulvaney will replace John Kelly who departs after serving as chief of staff for more than a year. White House says Mulvaney will also continue as budget director with his top assistant handling the day to

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Mick Mulvaney takes over as Trump's acting chief of staff

24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Mick Mulvaney takes over as Trump's acting chief of staff

"Mike rossier? President Donald Trump has announced budget director, Mick Mulvaney, will be his acting chief of staff replacing John Kelly whose resignation takes effect at the end of the year. The president announced the appointment in a tweet late Friday, saying Mulvaney has done an outstanding job as budget director. It was not immediately clear. How long will Vini will be chief of staff Nick Ayers, the chief of staff for vice President Mike Pence was President Trump's first choice, but he pulled himself out of consideration. Earlier in the week. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie withdrew from

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Mick Mulvaney takes over as Trump's acting chief of staff

24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Mick Mulvaney takes over as Trump's acting chief of staff

"Mike rossier? President Donald Trump has announced budget director, Mick Mulvaney, will be his acting chief of staff replacing John Kelly whose resignation takes effect at the end of the year. The president announced the appointment in a tweet late Friday, saying Mulvaney has done an outstanding job as budget director. It was not immediately clear. How long will Vini will be chief of staff Nick Ayers, the chief of staff for vice President Mike Pence was President Trump's first choice, but he pulled himself out of consideration. Earlier in the week. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie withdrew from consideration Friday, Mike Rossier? Washington Mulvaney will continue as budget director with his top assistant in charge of day to day

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will leave administration

KNX Programming

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will leave administration

"Before President Trump made his announcement. And that Mulvaney will continue as budget director as well entertainment. He was hours after he spoke social media with an Instagram post hinted at suicide and brought a visit from the New York police department comic Pete Davidson appeared as usual on Saturday Night Live once again, Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus. That

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"budget director" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"budget director" Discussed on WWL

"Affordable Care Act has been a major factor in courts and elections for a decade now. And so it is again after a federal judge ruled that the Obama era health overhaul was invalid President Trump is looking to congressional leaders to come up with a replacement even at the White House says the current law will remain in place for now. Country will be able to get great healthcare. We'll sit down with the Democrats. Mr. Trump has offered his own healthcare plan, yet healthcare is an issue that helped propel Democrats to their new majority in the house in the recent midterm elections. Sam Litzinger, CBS news, Washington. Saying goodbye to the Trump administration in Washington at the end of the year interior secretary Ryan Zinke, I've been expected to be the target of congressional investigators. When those Democrats take over the house next month and taking over as White House chief of staff on an acting basis. Current budget director who stays budget director, Mick Mulvaney, UVA political science professor, Larry Sabato, different about the Trump administration is that they've had so much change all the way along cumulatively. This administration has had a hard time holding people at least in staff positions in the White House with conflicting accounts about the death of that seven year old girl from Guatemala who had been in US border patrol custody democratic Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley went to visit a children's detention center in El Paso. He's calling for the complete shutdown of such facilities. Series of child prisons of frost, America. There are has this week fifteen thousand fifteen thousand children locked up places like this and the number continues to grow not a.

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Mick Mulvaney takes over as Trump's acting chief of staff

Vacation with The Griswolds

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Mick Mulvaney takes over as Trump's acting chief of staff

"One president. Donald Trump has elected Mick Mulvaney to become the acting White House chief of staff more from John Clemens. The former South Carolina congressman was selected to have the office of management and budget early in the Trump administration now people like Carol Tobias of the national right to life committee are pleased with the selection of the fifty one year old Mulvaney to serve the post in an acting capacity. Had a one hundred percent pro-life voting record. He's a. Great guy. And I know he will do a wonderful job as chief of staff for President Trump. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says Mulvaney will keep his title as office of management and budget director will also serving as acting chief of staff and Russell vote Mulvaney deputy will take over

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"budget director" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Well i think mick mulvaney sam's i got an echo here my friend mick mulvaney budget director at the white house he might have jumped the gun yesterday when he said that the president was going to sign onto this one point three trillion it's either reporters they're always saying one point three billion this is how this is what funny money right nobody billion is such a foreign concept we're used to hearing trillions what people can't get your mind wrapped around that donald trump today after we discuss this three nights in a row on the ingram angle donald trump today tweeted raymond you have the actual tweet tweet go ahead i have it in front of me he says that he is considering considering a veto of the omnibus spending bill passed by the based on the fact that the eight hundred thousand plus daca recipients have been totally abandoned by the democrats not even mentioned in the bill and the border wall which is desperately needed for a national defense is not fully sunday not funded that's the tweet okay so this is going to be a i don't know a twenty four forty eight hour period to remember because he just dropped down the he dropped the gauntlet down and i think he he realizes maybe i think it's better later than never he realizes he was sold a pig in a poke he was he heard a ryan go up there to the white house we got we got the sensors that we've got the sensors we got lots of lots and lots of fencing holes fixed inventing see through see through it's gonna be good so your head ryan go up there and say oh it's a lot of border on one point six billion but guess what there's no wall we showed that graphic last night on the ingram angle like thirty three miles of fencing repairs that were already mandated back in two thousand six when i was arguing with bush about it was arguing with bush two thousand six this is the mandate from two thousand six that's going to be funded that they never execute never executed i think trump is getting into the details of this stuff the daily mail had a big piece national review has been on it we've been on it others and i think he's getting into the details of the two thousand.

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"budget director" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Well i think mick mulvaney sam's i got an echo here my friend mick mulvaney budget director at the white house he might have jumped the gun yesterday when he said that the president was going to sign on to this one point three trillion it's either reporters they're always saying one point three billion this is how this is what funny money this right nobody billion is such a foreign concept we're used to hearing trillions what people can't get your mind wrapped around donald trump today after we discuss this three nights in a row on the ingram angle donald trump today tweeted raymond you have the actual tweet tweet go ahead i have it in front of me he says that he is considering considering a veto of the omnibus spending bill passed by the based on the fact that the eight hundred thousand plus daca recipients have been totally abandoned by the democrats not even mentioned in the bill and the border wall which is desperately needed for national defense is not fully sunday not funding that's the tweet okay so this is going to be a i don't know a twenty four forty eight hour period to remember because he just dropped down he dropped the gauntlet down and i think he he realizes maybe i think it's better later than never he realizes he was sold a pig in a poke he was he heard a ryan go up there to the white house we got we got the sensors we got that we got that we got the sensors there'll be lots of lots and lots of fencing holes fixed inventing see through see through it's going to be good so here had ryan go up there and say oh it's a lot of border on one point six billion but guess what there's no wall we showed that graphic last night on the ingram angle like thirty three miles of fencing repairs that were already mandated back in two thousand six when i was arguing with bush about it as arguing with bush in two thousand six this is the mandate from two thousand six that's going to be funded that they never execute never executed i think trump is is like getting into the details of this stuff you know the daily mail had a big piece national review has been on it we've been on it others and i think he's getting into the details of the two thousand.

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"budget director" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on WTMA

"M a dot com the trump administration personnel could leave very soon as the president continues his white house shakeup this cording to sources telling fox news the potential changes described by sources as a bloodbath include the departure of national security advisor hr mcmaster and his replacement by john bolton a former us ambassador to the united nations other departures from the administration would include department of veteran affairs secretary david schulkin and chief of staff john kelly the sources have cautioned that trump will make the ultimate decision about all stamped changes however the departure of mcmaster has been described by multiple sources as eminent i'm not a big mcmaster fan i'm just not never have been again the departure of mcmaster has been described by multiple sources like i said is imminent kelly would be replaced as chief of staff by owen be budget director mick mulvaney about that the sources said with energy secretary rick perry replacing schulkin the ray washburn chairman of the overseas private investment corporation would replace perry as energy secretary i don't know if that's going to happen because last i heard rick perry has no interest in heading over to the va now that was that was just that was you know a couple of days ago yesterday couple of days ago and from what i heard rick perry has no interest in taking that job so we'll see what happens because you're going to have to if you wanna stay you gotta it's an upper out type of a thing i think in in this case so we'll we'll discuss this it's more the because a lot of people just saying this is a bloodbath there's a blood bath what my whole contention is i think the president appointed these people because of the job that he thought they were going to do and they got in there and he realized that some of them really weren't his friends some of them really had more ties to the gop establishment then they had loyalty to the president now this is something that we didn't see a whole lot with obama because you couldn't do it with obama you couldn't disagree with obama remember and i forget the name of.

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"budget director" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And i say this is a former federal budget director um wear recent events like the tax bill passing the dramatic cuts to federal agencies that are responsible for all of these areas the corner commission talked about at it would be next to impossible to put in place even a small share of those recommendations given the constraints that this president and a republican congress continue to put on our ability to direct resources to to the problems that the corner camille there was a twobilliondollar 5year pilot program with who's supposed to address systemic poverty under the obama administration i i i would argue that there were many different ways that we took on uh and tried to move forward in on what the kerner commission did cl criminal justice is a good example of that not only did the president i think take moral leadership president obama by being the first sitting president ever to visit a federal penitentiary but we put in place a broad range of efforts both at the federal level we convened state and local police chiefs and others and we saw for the first time a sustained drop both in crime and in our prison population and i think we were moving in the right direction and i now worry that president trump is going to take us backward in that area that's just one example of the type of efforts that we did under the obama we're talking about the influence of the kurna report on race in an equality fifty years later evaluating it thinking about how relevant it is today and what still needs to be done in terms of the recommendations of that committee and what hasn't been done and what we hope may be done but the deal re optimism.

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"budget director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To get this debt reined in over a period of time that's what the global bond markets are gonna sooner or later requires the you know that in order to maintain a strong dollar we iranian this unbridled uh appetite for debt because we just can't keep sustaining the current budget that we're working under right now unless something changes is going to provide another or add another ten trillion dollars to the current twenty trillion dollars debt debt i just don't think we can sustain them so let's look at the b budget that's the president's budget mick mulvaney his budget director axes head and a hearing is he were still a member of congress freedom caucus e he probably would look for it but he's defending it all right new clever man i i think the rogue mick mulvaney but it look for all the criticisms of the omv budget well i look at the aggregate senator purdue when i look at the aggregates it really ain't bad i mean spending as a share of gdp which is what i think should be limited directly but you have to rule base said you know it's around twenty percent of gdp over the 10year window actually drops down to nineteen percent of gdp and the deficit estimates sir uh four and a half percent of gdp and then obama had ten percent of gdp for his earlier theory allenby deficits would be four and a half percent running all the way down to one and a half percent of gdp which a bad and of course there basing it on a little faster growth cbo has one point nine omb has two point nine growth i mean i'm not going to look under the hood for subedi details senator purdue but that's a bad as far as the arrogance well this is what republican stand for if you have a thriving growing economy you have controlled expenses of a federal government that economy if you maintain expenses as a reasonable percentage of gdp and you confront eu constrain your debt to a percentage of gdp then you end up in a solid financial base that allows you to do things like fund your military and have reserves form when you have crisislike hurricanes what we are doing now without that is where losing the right to do the right thing so i think this budget is that bear responsible budget if you look.

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"budget director" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"A on the floor thank you senator hatch i think he's entirely correct somebody else who is talking sense today is a mick mulvaney the budget director and a he went to the white house press room right there in the white house and addressed the press and made it very clear that the trump administration of which he is a member does not want a shutdown here's mick mulvaney ownby is preparing for what we're coalition were shut down that still surprises me and i've been through some of these before that the democrats in the senate are opposing a bill that they don't oppose therefore clean crs of therefore the the extension to the ship program many of them support the delay its of the taxes will specifically the medical device the cadillac tax especially they don't oppose anything in the bill but they are opposing the bill i just want to let everybody know that that we don't want this we do not want to shut down but mr schumer insists on it he is in a position to force this on the american people from an only be perspective because we're involved in managing elapse or a shutdown and we wanna make folks of understand that will look very different than it did under the previous administration when things that i've learned since i've been in this office is that there's no other way to describe it but the obama administration weaponized the shutdown in 2013 okay he's entirely correct and he he spoke wonderfully by the.

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"budget director" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Floor this morning and i think uh displayed some of the wisdom he's been there for forty years some of the wisdom which will be missed when he's gone i went to two leaders to get together a let's get this pro this matter resolved and that's good plan they silly games that are so often played raj here i don't mind the maybe and bills the lesser and it imports nature but to do on a chip bill koch this incredible today then president this is the greatest country in the world but we do have some really stupid people representing it from time to time and with that uh i probably have gone too far saying that but it's it's true and and it's disappointing to may without a hailed the floor and thank you center hatch i think he's entirely correct somebody else who is talking sense today is a mick mulvaney the budget director and a he went to the white house press room right there in the white house and addressed uh the press and made it very clear that the trump administration of which he is a member does not want a shutdown here's mick mulvaney ownby is preparing for what we're calling issuer shut down um is still surprises me and i've been through some of these before um that the democrats in the senate are opposing a bill that they don't oppose um therefore clean crs of therefore the extension to the cip program many of them support the delays of the taxes will specifically the medical device the cadillac tax especially of they don't oppose anything in the bill uh but they are opposing the bill i just want to let everybody know that too we don't want this we do not want to shut down but mr schumer insists on it he is in a position to force this on the american people from an only be perspective because we're involved in managing a lapse or a shutdown and we wanna make folks understand that will look very different than it did under the previous administration where things that i've learned since i've been in this office is that there's no other way to describe it but the obama administration weaponized the shutdown in 2013 okay he's entirely correct and he he spoke wonderfully by the way this morning and.

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"budget director" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Budget director who's called for the watchdog group to be reined in the white house says the president has the authority under federal vacancy rules elizabeth warren an early champion of the cfpb says no he doesn't that means two people will show up on monday thinking baron charge each with drastically different visions brad mielke abc news president trump's former national security advisor may be cooperating with special counsel robert muller in the russia investigation michael flynn's lawyers' have stopped talking to the president's it may be that mike flynn is trying to work more with bob muller work more the investigation as a way to protect his own sign the downside of this for trump could be is this leading to information that could implicate someone like kushner or donald trump jr in a bigger piece of this investigation abc news political contributor kristen soldiers anderson the trump administration has cutting off the supply of arms to curb is fighters in syria a move little pleased turkey but likely alienate syrian kurds who have been key allies battling isis the death toll continues to rise in egypt vest on on the moscowbacked is now more than three hundred according critique persecuting here officials say that attack was carried out by some thirteen militants carrying what looked like isis floods survivors said the perpetrators were wearing military uniforms as they find from the doors and windows at the mosque abc's rhonda ali in cairo in zimbabwe a high court judges ruled the military action leading the president robert mugabe's resignation was legal and not a coup saying the military intervened to prevent non elected a venue individuals from exercising power many believe mugabe's wife was going to take over you're listening to abc news are.

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"budget director" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Logan walk andrew grove taboo metabolism time jerian eric god red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye yes so we're just in this discussion here about what was said over the weekend yeah the budget director the omb budget director mick mulvaney uh he spoke over the weekend by the way i go i point to him we talk about that hidden tax bracket in the house uh tax bill right i point to mulvaney making the comment uh that even if you kept the highest tax rate in place name rich because we have a progressive tax system the rich would still get a bit of a tax cut because of each eu those brackets of their earnings along the way and he explained that and then next thing he though we've got that um it's the the what they call the hidden bracket to make up the idea is that they would make up for that within that bracket range of white one million to one point two million so then he starts talking about over the weekend about the individual mandate and says well the white house will likely move to you know have republicans dropped that if it impedes the passing of the tax bill but my question is than than how do you do that so it's not in the house version it's in the senate version but the santa gets the benefit of that two hundred and some odd you know uh billion dollar you know room i look at it this at the salary cap luck in the nfl but it's it's that room basically if in other words if they take the repeal outs then they've got to go make that up somewhere else and once you start moving something else which is to say that they probably would have to take a another tax cut a way out of the senate version i don't know how you get there i really don't this is the problem they're having altogether while achieving a you're you're talking about that while they can't even get rid of the mandate alone while india talking about obamacare we couldn't we could get rid of the the mandates in the.

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"budget director" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The weekend yeah the budget director the oon be budget director mick mulvaney uh he spoke over the weekend by the way i point to him we talk about that hidden tax bracket in the house uh tax bill right i point to mulvaney making the comment uh that even if you kept the highest tax rate in place the rich because we have a progressive tax system the rich would still get a bit of a tax cut because of each of those brackets of their earnings along the way and he explained that and then next thing you know we've got that um it said the what they call the hidden bracket to make up the idea is that they would make up for that within that bracket range of point one million to one point two million so then he starts talking about over the weekend about the individual mandate and says well the white house will likely move to you know have republicans dropped that if an impedes the passing of the tax bill but my question is then then how do you do that so it's not in the house version it's in the senate version but the senate gets the benefit of at two hundred and some odd you know uh billion dollar you know room i look at the at the salary cap left in the nfl but it's it's that room basic law if in other words if they take the repeal outs then they've got a go make that up somewhere else and once you start moving something else which is to say that they probably would have to take a another tax cut away jumped out of the central for i don't know how you get there i really don't this is the problem they're having altogether while achieving a you're you're talking about that while they can't even get rid of the mandate along as well and yet bomb there we couldn't we could get recurrent rid of the the mandates and the and the and and the tag out on a bigger picture taking you really of substance you can get rid of and the problem is if you get rid and this is the thing that nobody's talked about in you and i have an uh we saw bret baier brought it up i really haven't read dougie even and.

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"budget director" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Bozo him drawing period i regard red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye yes so we're just in this discussion here above what was said over the weekend yeah the budget director of the oon be budget director mick mulvaney uh he spoke over the weekend by the way i go i point to him we talk about that hidden tax bracket in the house uh tax bill right i point to mulvaney making the comment uh that even if you kept the highest tax rate in place the rich because we have a progressive tax system the rich would still get a bit of a tax cut because of each of those brackets of their earnings along the way and he explained that and then next thing you know we've got that term it said the what they call the hidden bracket to make up the idea is that they would make up for that within that bracket range of y one million to one point two million so then he starts talking about over the weekend about the individual mandate and says well the white house will likely move to you know have republicans dropped that if an impedes the passing of the tax bill but my question is then then how you do that so it's not in the house version it's in the senate version but the senate gets the benefit of that two hundred and some odd you know uh billion dollar you know room i look at the at the salary cap luck in the nfl but it's it's that room basically if in other words if they take the repeal outs then they've got a go make that up somewhere else and once you start moving something else which is to say that they probably would have to take a another tax cut a way out of the senate version i don't know how you get there i really don't this is the problem they're having altogether well as you think a you you're talking about that while they can't even get rid of the mandate alone while india found about obamacare we couldn't be it would come get rid of the the.

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"budget director" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"budget director" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"There was actually a decent strategy i dunno of at strategy to add that unsophisticated could work anymore but it did then so what's it like to go to the south carolina legislature as a as a 22yearold at during our orientation period by the way my freshman class was pretty uh pretty cool um the the vice president of vicechair whatever he was caught of my freshman class was none on it other than mick mulvaney oh is that right now that such a direct budget director colonel my my trajectory is friends that were were really interesting make as a friend so a mick mulvaney was budget director governor is budget director governor at the time was mark sanford numb united states congressmen the the two years before it got elected there was a young lady name nikki haley yes got elected ayla legislature the legislature and two years after i was elected we had a young freshman legislators that i used to make go get me coffee and everything by the name of tim scott and so we i had some interesting experiences but i i remember during my organization period the los angeles you step you before you get get to your orientation period could you said something that i think in this environment people would strip would strike people as as god and i think it's important to talk about it which is you say mulvaney was your it was an is your friend and you probably get this all the time i do you know like i can't believe your friends with this person or that person explain that because you you know you obviously have great passion about issues that donald trump is right in the middle of mulvaney is clearly a you know the the point of the spear on his on a lot of mironov's mick mulvaney is brilliant and mick mulvaney is somebody who.

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