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Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:32 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

"But that were not allowed to actually understand that had come together as a society around that. It has to be you being the right are the bad people and your responsible for things that have nothing to do. You're responsible for the guy who says he's Jesus in a computer simulation attacking somebody in his underwear 2 o'clock in the morning. It's our fault. The stories that disappear are telling. Guy in walk a shot gets in a car, mows through a crowd of all white Christmas celebrants, probably based on his background, clearly mentally ill, but it's also quite clear that he also was racist, right? And that story almost completely disappears. I mean, what do we call a person who hates white people who says they hate white people? I would call them a race. Yeah. They're racists, but it's isn't it fascinating that if you ask, if you ask someone at CNN, what do you call a person who's not white who says I hate white people? They'd say somebody who is dealing with the. Well, they might make the argument. You can't be racist. I just white people, because white people have too much control. That's what I'm saying. That's the argument. They won't say racism. That story vanished. And by the way, there are racist white black Asian and Hispanic people. That sentence alone would revolutionize the way we talk about racism. Almost no one on the left would even say it. Let me say it again because it's clear and it's true and you all know it. There are white, black Asian and Hispanic racist. Did you see did you see the woman who was yelled at by an African American woman was the one doing the yelling? And she was yelling at a Asian American woman. This was on video, just went viral this week that she should, well, I mean, she was yelling all kinds of, I mean, the worst kinds of racism about the Asian woman's appearance. Yeah but how she should eat her dog with her, you know, I mean, just really gross stuff. Not a national news story went viral, but not a natural news story. Why is that clay? Yeah. That's my point. That story and to your point, how about the kid and I say kid, I think he was like 22 or 23 in Indiana who stopped the mass shooting in the mall by dropping the guy almost immediately when he came out and started firing in the food court. I believe it was outside Indianapolis if I'm not mistaken. I thought it was from like 30 yards out, which with a pistol is a damn good shot. It was an incredible, incredible move by him that saved countless lives, story vanished. Almost immediately. If they don't fit the prescribed media narrative, then those stories vanish almost instantaneously and we know this because look, as bad as the mass shooting was in Colorado, every weekend, there are far more people being shot and killed in cities and they don't even get a blip of media attention. Again, you made the point. I think it's such a good one. If we eliminated every mass shooting in America, which I wish we could do, I would be ecstatic and I know everybody out there listening would be ecstatic if that happened as well. 99% of murders would still be occurring in this country. So think about what percentage of media attention for violent crime goes to mass shooting as a percentage of the overall violent crime that they represent. Relative to the massive amounts of violence that we just accept that occurs all over this country and nobody even blinks or argues. Hey, let's stop this. But there's just also something so disgraceful and underhanded and insidious about the every time there is a shooting that the Democrat left anti Second Amendment, you know, authoritarian libs can manufacture into some kind of assault on everybody it's not it's you agree with us on all the following issues or you're part of the problem. They do it to immediately defame their political opponents. Right away, it's not, hey, do we all come together here? Do we all understand how horrible this was, or are we standing in solidarity with the victims in Colorado Springs? There are fellow human beings or fellow Americans or brothers and sisters. Do we get to have that moment as a country? No. It's immediately turned by the left into the right is evil. There would be no guns and no murder if it wasn't for the right. It is your, it is your fault. They do this now all the time. Didn't you tell me that yesterday was the one year anniversary of Waukesha? Yep, I didn't see anyone covering the one year anniversary of the Waukesha mass murder by vehicle at a Christmas parade. Yep. He didn't, because again,

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CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:29 min | 6 d ago

CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.

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Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?

"President making the announcement there at beautiful Mar-a-Lago. I mean, the place was packed and very enthusiastic crowd. No doubt there are a lot of people that are not very happy about the president's decision, and we're going to get into that in just a little while. But I'm curious to hear from you. The president last night a delivering a speech. Look, I thought it was a fine speech. The question is, was it effective? I thought the president's tone, the president's tenor, was spot on. I thought he was very measured. And how he delivered the speech he was on point. He did not stray. He didn't chase it. He squirrels. And as near as I can tell, the only people he offended were people on the left. So that is a good thing. There are many people that are questioning the they're calling it the lack of enthusiasm. They're saying the speech was boring. I don't know that it was necessarily boring. It was just long. Well over an hour last night, the networks, let's see here. CNN and I don't know if this was a breaking news or a miracle, but CNN actually broadcast the speech. They dipped out about I had a low 45 minutes or so into it. Fox News carried the speech, but they dipped out of it. And then dipped back in, newsmax, I believe, is the only network that carried the speech cover to cover. From genesis to revelation as they say. So newsmax, I thought did a terrific job with their coverage, and by that, I mean, they just let the president speak. You know, there was no commentary until after the speech was over. But MSD and C did not cover the speech at all. They were, they decided to take a pass and they were in regular programming, as was Fox

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Fox News Extends 'Life, Liberty & Levin' Another Four Years

Mark Levin

01:10 min | Last week

Fox News Extends 'Life, Liberty & Levin' Another Four Years

"Most of all I want to appreciate all you folks in the audience Life liberty and Levin has been really without fail the number one Sunday Night prime time show for years And thanks to you we have defeated MSNBC and CNN combined week after week after week after week And it's often the number one show in the entire weekend on cable news talk And we have to duke it out with football and we have to duke it out with Yellowstone and all the rest of it but you show up And I do the very best I can on that program to make it worth your while I don't shoot from the hip It's something we think about a lot We think about the guests We keep it limited We go deep And now that this campaign is over we're going to continue with that format It's a unique long form interview format Again I want to thank you I want to thank Fox I want to thank my family My beautiful wife Julie all of our kids My wonderful mother in law everybody

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Frank Luntz: Redistricting Hurt the GOP Despite Having More Votes

Mark Levin

01:42 min | Last week

Frank Luntz: Redistricting Hurt the GOP Despite Having More Votes

"All right folks I want you to listen to this This is Frank luntz on CNN today Only 20 seconds so you won't lose your dinner Cut 29 go And one more Republicans actually got 5 million more votes for the house than the Democrats 5 million So why don't the results show themselves Any congressional races The answer redistricting That it had a bigger impact against the GOP than anybody realized and you could not know this You could not know that until the election all right This is one of the first Explanations we've had for the distinction between the Republicans having 5 million more votes And yet not winning more seats what happened First of all who's in charge of redistricting You said Kevin McCarthy mister producer No it's each state They did a good job In Florida they did a good job a court did in New York But around the rest of the country there was a lot of trepidation wasn't there No you didn't hear a damn thing But you heard this again here's the thing about me I'm thinking a year ahead two years ahead with these elections Democrats bringing lawsuits remember I talked about that all the rest of it I did talk about redistricting And I said what They're going to redistrict and steal the election Did he say steel Well the Democrats say that all the time They call it voter suppression

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Ana Navarro: Ron DeSantis 'Gamed the System' to Win Re-Election

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Ana Navarro: Ron DeSantis 'Gamed the System' to Win Re-Election

"She's a far left conservative and Republican hating, troll. I mean, she's listening to what she said about Ron DeSantis. Now, no one should or can take away from Ron DeSantis's decisive victory. In Florida this week, 20 points was a remarkable, remarkable thing to see. Listen to Anna Navarro on CNN claiming why Ron DeSantis won so decisively. Now keep this in mind to William's point. If you think they're going to be any kinder or less a vicious with Ron DeSantis, then they've been with Donald Trump think again. I give you un Navarro from CNN. On mayor from Tallahassee, Florida. Yesterday, he won by 20 percentage points. Why? Because he gained the system because he turned Florida into an unlevel playing field. They changed the election laws, making it harder to vote by mail. They paraded a bunch of people. Black people that they arrested for voting fraud and paraded them in front of national media. He created an election police. He also was very good in responding to hurricanes and other tragedies. Almost apologetically. He also was very good at responding to hurricanes and other tragedies. Oh yeah, we're sorry he was so effective right on a Navarro. What a terrible thing. And paraded black people around. No, they arrested people for election fraud. That's what you do. You big dummy. Oh, but they paraded people around. He gamed the system. I mean, this is what they're going to do to desantis. This is who they are.

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Mike Lindell Was on the Job Checking Voting Patterns

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Lindell Was on the Job Checking Voting Patterns

"We talk about? I mean, I want to talk obviously about the election, but you've got all kinds of insight and information that we don't have. So share it with us as you were able. Well, I'm going to give you an overall hope right out of the gate. How sad Eric okay? When I went to bed at 2 o'clock on election night, remember if praying speech, we are running the real-time crime desk and the last thing I seen was a $200,000 vote injection in Michigan into meant to pronounce sardine and Nestlé. Dana Nestlé saw they just crush Matt, right? Just right there in that moment. And Carrie Lake was down by a quarter million votes and you had like all these Blake mass masters down Mark fincham down. All these people, it looked like they were going to just steal the whole country, okay? And we watched in real time fetterman and Oz and they kept injecting 90,000 votes. This is coming, Eric. This comes right out of the Edison report, which is people don't realize what we knew this time. It codes out to all the things. We use the CNN feed. Every vote in the country goes through Edison research in New Jersey. So I want people to understand this that goes through there. So our cyber guys are reading this in real time and drawing these graphs and they showing impossibilities that can only be done by computers, right? So we're watching this happen and I go, wow, this is, you know, I'm praying I'm going, God, don't let him steal everything. You know, we have to, we really needed to have the House and the Senate to slowly destruction of our country, why we get rid of these machines. Well, I wake up in the morning, by the way, I'm gonna backtrack. The morning of the election, what miracle that happened, I get up and you hear from all over the country, 30 some states had machine problems. What? You know, it was beautiful. You know, you heard it coming out of Arizona. You heard it on Fox News, you heard it on CNN. You heard it around the world. So

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Why the Lack of Trust in Republicans?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Why the Lack of Trust in Republicans?

"So yesterday I tried to explain why a fair number of people on the right did predict a wave. And my theory is that it's sustained by what you just said. You looked at the objective reality of America and said, under the circumstances, with so much going wrong, it is, there was no rational reason why there won't be a Republican wave. And that that turned out not to be the case because and this is my fear, a lot of Americans don't think rationally at this time. They think emotionally and they between abortion and the quote unquote insurrection and all they hear and only hear that Trump, if I may use that verb, that trumped the reality that they live in. Is that makes sense to you? Sure. No, listen, I think that is absolutely part of it is that and I hate to admit that because we don't want to say that we live in a country where there is a significant portion of the population perhaps nearly half that doesn't want to think rationally. It doesn't care to think rationally, right? That's an indictment of our society that's very good comforting. It's all of us, but I do believe that it's at least close to being the reality. You know, I also think on the more rational side for voters who made a thinking conscious choice to not vote Republican do you stay home or in fact vote for the Democrats. I do think that an issue there also though does in a more rational and more reasonable excuse is the lack of trust in the GOP. So in other words, they're very dissatisfied with their situation. And we know that overwhelmingly. For example, CNN following shows that 75% of the American people say we are in recession right now because they're living in their daily lives. So the very dissatisfied with the situation. But they're not convinced that the Republican Party is going to fix it for that. That is going to address it. And they have some valid reasons for that skepticism, particularly when you look at the last time that the Republicans controlled the Congress, both houses and the Paul line speakership, particularly for working class Americans, just did not deliver very much. That's the reality. And the only tangible deliverable items that did occur were only because Donald Trump effectively went to war with the leadership of his own party on Capitol Hill and forced the issue. So I think that also part. I think it's both and your theory, but I'd like to add in understandable skepticism about the GOP.

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Not All Gloom and Doom for Conservatives

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Not All Gloom and Doom for Conservatives

"Jen, I want to get your take just right off the bat. Obviously, what the heck happened yesterday? And your opinion? You know, after I think I went a little apoplectic. And then I just started laughing like a crazy person. It's all sort of like settled in now. I think. You know, I don't think it's as bad as the mainstream news media is setting it up to be. It's really funny, Carl, because if you listen to everybody on and I do, you know, as our friend Larry elder says, he watches these MSNBC and CNN said we don't, as you guys don't have to. I've been doing that today to see what the other side is saying. And they are gloating and they're talking about the red wave that never was. But a few reminders admittedly, I'm disappointed that the House of Representatives is not the landslide that we all thought. I predicted that Republicans would probably get up to about 225 seats. That's probably not going to happen. Maybe close. But it's a slow trickle of results. That's the disappointment. But when you consider what has happened across the board, the Senate map was never favorable to Republicans in this election cycle. It was favorable to Democrats. And the Republican Party created so much momentum that we actually put the Senate in play, which is why we started hearing the conversations in the first place about the red wave. I mean, think about it. Lee Zelda may not be the governor of New York today, but the fact that he got that close in the state of blue is New York. That's amazing. And then in my home state of California, what's been awesome to watch is in congressional races for the House of Representatives throughout the state. They've had, they've had districts where they've pulled money from the Democrat, and they've had to put it in other races because things were looking so bad.

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How Can We Refuse to Finish Counting Election Ballots on Election Day?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

How Can We Refuse to Finish Counting Election Ballots on Election Day?

"So I want to give you my top two takeaways first on this really important day Number one actually let's make it three And then we're going to get to all we're digging into everything If you miss any of this by the way listen to my podcast 'cause self praise thinks but I think it's one of the best we ever did I get self priced things I understand but I'm very proud of what we put together because I think the analysis is really what you're not going to hear anywhere else Number one and most importantly it's not over yet folks Appears CNN if you say CNN Jim just called the Ron Johnson race So that looks like a hold for us So that's a good thing Walker and Warnock appear to be going to a runoff So I don't see any scenario by which that doesn't happen That will be on December 6th So we still got a shot The as race is over he's conceded the federman We're going to get to that Arizona is not over Arizona is not over yet So I'm not going to tell you to be patient I actually wrote in my notes this morning before I got on the air be patient And I say you know what Screw that Well I'm not going to tell people to be patient The reason I say don't be patient in conjunction with it's not over yet It's because this is the richest most prosperous country in the history of humankind How can we not count ballots on election day How is this Can you please explain to me how the richest country on Planet Earth can not figure out How to get past this colossal disgrace of not being you know what scratch the word can't I'm gonna do that again too I actually made that mistake on my podcast this morning How is it that we refuse We refuse to count votes on election day because we can We did in Florida We had no problems We messed up in 2000 and we fixed it How is it that you can't figure out how to count ballots on election day

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The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence

"Folks you can't watch MSNBC and CNN You can't read The Washington Post in The New York Times You can't watch NBC ABC and CBS without the constant lies racism violent and vile language the media have a huge role in this And of course the Democrat party always Always Is a party that was built on violence that persisted on violence and still embraces violence Not a word about the riots of 2020 Which destroyed cities Which literally left people dead Which harmed police officers changed the way we police in this country They consequences are felt every single minute of every day particularly in our metropolitan areas And we have to listen to a man who heads that party who doesn't say a syllable about it and won't Not a word Not a word

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Anthony D'Esposito: Focusing on Education, Crime & Immigration

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Anthony D'Esposito: Focusing on Education, Crime & Immigration

"But New York I think has had enough I don't know if it's just the street crime situation that's deteriorated The illegal immigration situation has gotten worse By the way I said there were three issues in Long Island that I hear about all the time illegal immigration crime and education That's what I hear about a lot I should have mentioned you there too But I think New York is in for a sea change And I think one of the reasons is they constantly overstep the Democrats They had an opportunity to redistrict the state of New York fairly to get proper Democrat and Republican representation and they didn't do it The Democrats crapped all over the process tried to basically phase out every single Republican in the state And what happened This judge stepped in ordered a new redistricting and now we've got districts like yours district four and Long Island where you got a darn good shot of pulling this off Yeah no not only do we have a good shot We are going to pull it off And when I got into this race even after the redistricting people told me listen this is a tough race There's no way that you're going to win And I said you know you don't know Nassau county like I know an SL county And without a doubt you are correct The three issues that people are focused on like I said a lot of people are focused on the education the crime is always important And the border the open border is insane I mean I went down to El Paso Texas probably a month and a half ago And I met with congressman Gonzalez who represents the southern border in El Paso And the open borders in the failed policies of Joe Biden and the fact that Kamala Harris tells everyone our borders are secure is absolutely insane I mean we could watch the news and whether you watch CNN or Fox News you watch video after video after video of migrants coming into our country They're wreaking havoc there committing crimes They're bringing illegal narcotics into our communities And we need to step up and we need to change it And we need to secure the borders We need to really provide funding to our customs and border patrol

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J. D. Vance: Trump Exposed Ohio Media as Leftists

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

J. D. Vance: Trump Exposed Ohio Media as Leftists

"And Tim Ryan I don't think you can count on him at all Because as you point out he's demonstrated it for 20 years The guys are record And he needs to spend 20 30 40 million whatever he's spending to try and rewrite that record How are the media treating you in the state of Ohio Well Mark I like to say that the media is the world's largest super PAC and it's completely in the tank for the Democrats It didn't used to be this bad in the state of Ohio I do think there's something to be said for the fact that Donald Trump sort of forced these people to reveal who they really were or maybe just ripped off the mask and it made us all realize how crazy they were The media has been completely in the tank for the far left Really from the very beginning of our race they've slandered me They've attacked me Morning Joe apparently said that I was a 9 11 truther to completely ridiculous Well you know he's a representative It's always been irreparable Oh of course Of course of course But the state media hasn't been that much better at Mark and it's really crazy I think that they're all auditioning for jobs at CNN or The New York Times So they don't care about truth They care about the next promotion because of it They've been really bad in this race

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Terry McAuliffe: Wake up, Get out There & Vote

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Terry McAuliffe: Wake up, Get out There & Vote

"Terry McAuliffe thinks this is an important election He was on CNN yesterday Here's what he said cut ten go We got to turn our folks out in a presidential year Our democracy the fate of our country And if the Republicans get the Senate this time the 2024 Senate map for Democrats is really tough We could be out of this for four 6 years I'm talking judges Everything that affects your lives So folks wake up get out there I need you vote in presidential level journal Don't stay home It's too important Now the problem for him is he's on CNN yesterday that it has no ratings If he'd been on my show as an example on life liberty and Levin you know it's a different story But he would have had that kind of a softball back and forth Here's the thing folks That applies to us This is a monumentally important election Monumentally important election They know it and we know it and of course the media know it So the media will do anything Lie create conspiracy theories Anything it has to To try and dispirit you Do not be dispirited If you have early voting and you haven't voted please do I'm going to wait for election night Don't wait But if election day rolls around and that's the day to vote then vote on election day

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Antisemitic Messages Seen at Multiple Places in Florida This Weekend

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Antisemitic Messages Seen at Multiple Places in Florida This Weekend

"Jacksonville Florida officials and Jacksonville Florida they condemn multiple anti semitic messages that appeared in public spaces this weekend including a football stadium highway overpass in downtown building An anti semitic message referencing rapper Kanye West was seen scrolling on the outside of TIAA bank field in Jacksonville during the Georgia Florida college football game on Saturday According to a video shot by a relative of Vic maluki a reporter for CNN affiliate wjxt You heard this anywhere No of course you haven't In the video but it's a big deal in Florida In the video the words Kanye is right about the Jews Are visible scrolling across the exterior of the stadium structure referencing recent anti semitic comments from rapper Ye formerly known as Kanye West Now I've condemned this bastard Kanye West And anybody who makes excuses for him There's probably a handful of us that have the guts to do it And shame on those who facilitate this bastard

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Joe Brown: Stacey Abrams Has Always Attacked Black Men in Her Career

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Joe Brown: Stacey Abrams Has Always Attacked Black Men in Her Career

"Now, I'm curious to know the statistics. How many people in Georgia have actually been pulled over because they were driving while black. How many people I seriously wanted to see the numbers. You know, you keep hearing people like Stacey Abrams, who's a professional race agitator, and her job is to get out there, and she has a problem with white people, and she's got a big, but what's fascinating about Stacey Abrams. Yeah, she's got a problem with white people, but she has a bigger problem with black men. And this has been very well documented. I was listening to a great interview on kwa flagship radio station, Ben dieter of the anchor had judge Joe Brown. Remember judge Joe Brown, he's our official voice of a CNN here on the Todd stern's radio show. Crying Negro network. Yeah, that's judge Joe Brown. Judge Joe Brown is a great man. He had the big TV show. He's running for mayor of Memphis Tennessee. And he's even been pulled into all of this and he was talking this morning about how Stacey Abrams has made it a career to go after black men. And so this is one of the reasons why she's doing so poorly in the polling data is that only black women seem to be supporting her campaign. That and the pajama boy snowflakes. So anyway, now she's declared war on the sheriffs of Georgia, folks, I'm telling you, believe what Chucky Schumer said on the tarmac to Joe Biden last week, they're in trouble the Democrats are in trouble in Georgia.

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Juliette Kayyem: Republican Leaders Are to Blame for Pelosi Attack

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Juliette Kayyem: Republican Leaders Are to Blame for Pelosi Attack

"Here's a CNN contributor, somebody named Juliet kaim talking to CNN's John Berman earlier today. Look, there's crime in this country. That's a political issue as well, but that crime is different than political violence, which has become a way in this country in the last couple of years in which political leaders utilize the words of violence fight get them targeting in particular a targeting against Nancy Pelosi, who has a unique focus amongst the right wingers and in some of these social media pages. And the use of violence, essentially as an extension of politics. In other words, if you don't win the election, a violence is always an alternative. Democracies can't survive this way. We believe in elections and we support elections and in the peaceful transfer of power. That peaceful is the key word there. It's not transfer. And that is what is going on in this country. Elevated by, of course, an apparatus often led by the former president Donald Trump that elevates the language so that the listener, you don't have to parse what they're saying. The listener, their supporters, believes that violence is an essential if not justifiable means.

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The Elites Have Done Such Remarkable Damage...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

The Elites Have Done Such Remarkable Damage...

"The people in charge of our society have done such remarkable damage. Why? Because so many of our elites don't care about you. They care about their pocket. Because they're bought and paid for by Pfizer, play cut 24. Meet the press, data download, brought to you by, Pfizer. This portion of CBS this morning sponsored by Pfizer on how to find the hidden sugars in the American family diet, sponsored by Pfizer, making a difference. Brought to you by Pfizer, CNN tonight. Brought to you by Pfizer. Brought to you by Pfizer. Pfizer benefited from the lockdowns, Pfizer got richer because of the lockdowns. There's a lockdowns never would have happened. And we would have allowed to have Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, intravenous therapy, ozone, baby aspirin, talked about vitamin D levels, with Pfizer, have been able to receive billions and billions and billions of dollars. Joe Biden says, you got to get your annual COVID shot play cut 93. And if you're fully vaccinated, get one more COVID shot. Once a year, that's it. Wonder how much Joe Biden and the Biden family is going to benefit from continually shilling out the Pfizer vaccine.

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How Are Blue State Governors Getting Away With the Damage They Caused?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 3 weeks ago

How Are Blue State Governors Getting Away With the Damage They Caused?

"To get to a question here. Daniel from Oklahoma, Charlie, why is it that these blue state governors are getting away with all the damage that they did to locking down society and keeping children masked? Love the show, and I want to get involved with turning point USA. Well, thank you. For that, and I love Oklahoma. Yeah, Jake tapper actually said something similar to this, believe it or not, fake Jake on CNN, where he said he is shocked that there hasn't been a national conversation about the damage that has been done to kids because of school closures and virtual learning. It will go down as one of the worst mistakes ever done in the history of western civilization, not one of the greatest evils, one of the biggest mistakes locking down an entire generation to prevent them from a virus that wasn't a great threat to them at all. And yet we created all these other problems because of the regime of fear because of scientism. You see, scientism believes that science is the only form of knowledge. That there is no morality or ethics or philosophy, but it's just science all the time. And as we have said many times on this program, you can not get your morality from a test tube. Scientism ends up being necessarily totalitarian. And science then becomes a tool of oppressing people.

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"cnn" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"The next big chunk of our exclusive CNN poll was released today with a specific look at the midterm elections and what voters are looking for in their congressional candidates. What issues they want to hear them talking about? How they perceive whether or not the candidates in their area have the right priorities. And of course, that generic congressional ballot, that sort of matchup of if the election were held today, are you more inclined to vote for the Republican member of Congress or the democratic member? Now, if you listen to the podcast yesterday, you heard sort of the dismal state of affairs for Joe Biden, and his administration. Not many good poll numbers in yesterday's release at all. For the president. History suggests that when the president's numbers are that low, his party suffers at the ballot box. And yet, what we're seeing in our brand new CNN poll is a tide generic congressional ballot. 46% want the Republican member of Congress 46% want the democratic member of Congress or intend to vote that way if the election were held today. So that gets your head scratching well, how could that be if this political environment is so advantageous for Republicans? And if Biden is in the doldrums, how can it be that the generic congressional ballot appears tied? Well, there are a couple of things to be aware of. One, that question about the generic congressional ballot tends to be a question that Republicans underperforming if you look back at polling history. Democrats tend to sort of have to perform at about a 5 to 8 percentage point advantage on that score in order to really make gains on election day in the Congress. So in 2018, big huge democratic wave year, Democrats were at about an 8 point advantage on the generic congressional ballot, that translated into them winning 40 seats that November. So that's just something to keep in mind. Republicans are still heartened to see a tide congressional ballot that it's still going to be a good year for them. But Democrats see that they have inched up over time and they are of the mind that the Supreme Court overturning roe V wade, the mass shootings that we're seeing and the activity around appeals for gun reform on that. The January 6th hearings going on in Congress and sort of the fight for our democracy, Democrats believe those things are energizing their base in a way that may help them over perform the president's numbers. Issue number one on voters minds for the midterm elections will not surprise you. It is the economy stupid as James carville might say. Nearly 7 in ten voters, 69% currently say that the economy is extremely important to their congressional vote. 67% say the same of inflation. How does that stack up against other issues? Well, 61% of voters think voting rights and election integrity are important, gun policy, just behind that at 60%, education, abortion, crime and immigration come next and a little further down the list, 34% say climate change, only 26% say coronavirus, and that is at the bottom of the heap of the issues tested. One thing that is also really clear, this is a dissatisfied electorate. Two thirds of voters in this poll say that the democratic congressional candidates in their area do not have the right priorities. And guess what? Roughly two thirds of voters in this poll say the same thing about Republican congressional candidates. So when you have two thirds of the electorate sort of equally saying that neither side has the right priorities, you have an electorate that is clearly dissatisfied. With its leadership and quite frankly, Congress raiding as an institution is lower and their numbers are dropping in public perception in this poll as well. Beyond the tide ballot, as I said, that gives Republicans still a little bit of comfort that this will be a good year for them. We ask people in the poll about their enthusiasm for voting. And here we see a slight Republican advantage one we've seen all year long. So it's a 7 point Republican advantage 35% of Republicans in this poll say they are extremely enthusiastic about voting in the midterm elections compared to only 28% of Democrats in the poll who say they're extremely enthusiastic. So among the most enthusiastic, Republicans have a 7 percentage point edge and that could translate into better turnout among their voters and as we all know, you can look at a poll this far out and get a sense of the landscape, but a really matters who shows up and votes in these elections. And as I mentioned, Democrats believe some of these cultural issues like the Supreme Court overturning roe V wade are playing to their advantage, which is sort of a flip of the American political script, right? Usually Republicans lean heavily into the cultural issues and they see some advantage for their party and doing so. Well, this time it's the Democrats. In fact, of the issues we tested asking which party is more extreme versus which party seems more in the mainstream on the issue. There was only one issue where a majority of Americans in this poll said one party was in the extreme. And that was on the issue of abortion and that was the Republican Party being seen as extreme. 55% of voters in this poll say the Republican Party is too extreme on the issue of abortion. And that may explain why you see up on Capitol Hill, House Democrats passing legislation to codify roe versus wade into law, passing legislation to codify and protect same sex marriage, interracial marriage, contraception, all those privacy rights that Democrats say are threatened in the aftermath of that big Supreme Court ruling this year overturning roe. Here's democratic congressman from Rhode Island, David cicilline. The freedom of Mary, the freedom to access contraceptive, the freedom to access a full reproductive healthcare, including abortion services.

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"cnn" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"Electorate and inflation is of course the driving factor. Our brand new poll that we put out this afternoon conducted by SSRS shows what we've been talking about on this podcast and shows what the American people are feeling about higher prices, which is not good. We have not seen Americans. This despondent and sour on the state of the country, the way things are going in years and years. I mean, we're seeing numbers that we haven't seen in terms of Americans outlook on the country since 2009. And this is just a toxic brew of public opinion if you are Joe Biden or the Democrats trying to hang on to power in Washington in this year's midterm elections. 75% of Americans in this new CNN poll say that inflation and the cost of living is the most important economic problem facing their family. Last summer, that figure was 43%. Just to show you how much the intensity has risen on this issue for people. Now this poll was taken between June 13th and July 13th and in this new poll, 18%. That's it. 18% of Americans describe the nation's economy as in good shape. 82% say economic conditions are poor. And about four in ten, 41% say the economy is, quote, very poor. So again, intensity of sentiment there, not just poor, but very poor, so as you might guess, this means nothing good for Joe Biden, whose overall approval rating in this poll stands at 38%, numerically, that is a low point for Joe Biden in CNN polling throughout the entirety of his presidency to date. But that 38%, that's rosier than where Americans rate Joe Biden's performance on issue number one on the economy on inflation. Joe Biden's approval rating for his handling of the economy stands at 30% in this poll and his approval rating for handling inflation stands at 25% in this poll. Now, think about that combination of things. 75% say that inflation and the cost of living is the most important economic problem facing their family and only 25% of Americans in this poll approve of the way President Biden is handling that very issue of inflation. That is what keeps people up at The White House at night. And the reality is that Joe Biden is losing ground among his fellow partisans. Among Democrats, Biden's approval rating has gone down 13 percentage points since the spring. It was 86% approval among Democrats in the spring, that's down to 73%. Among his fellow Democrats now. That is an alarming number for every Democrat on the ballot this fall. And perhaps most damning for the president is this question we asked about whether or not you think Joe Biden has the right priorities. 68% of Americans in this poll say no, he does not. Only 31% say yes. And that number, that 68%, that's up ten points who said he did not have the right priorities last November. All of this comes as Joe Biden returns home from his foreign trip to a changed landscape up on Capitol Hill regarding his domestic agenda. As you may recall at the end of last week, Joe Manchin said he is not ready to sign on to even the scaled back version of the so called reconciliation bill, with some of the president's key domestic priorities. Why is he not ready to sign on? Because of inflation. Here's what he told metro news talk line radio on Friday. I said, truck until we see the July inflation figures until we see that July basically Federal Reserve rates, interest rates, then let's wait until that comes out. So we know that we're going down the path that won't be inflammatory to add more to inflation. Now the Biden administration says, hey, gas prices are declining, and they are down. They are right about that. And people are going to start feeling differently. They think this concern about inflation that people have right now is sort of lagging where the economy is. They point to the robust jobs report that came out for the month of June. They point to those falling gas prices, Brian deese, who is the director of the national economic council at The White House, was on CNN today making the case. Well, the point we were making there is that those numbers for June don't actually reflect the gas price decline. And I think that for typical families out there, what is most relevant is what they're experiencing right now in the economy. But no matter the spin, they try to put on this. Just listen to the First Lady's words from a fundraiser on Nantucket, this past weekend. Jill Biden told donors that the president is not getting more of his wish list done because of all the sort of day in and day out crises of the moment that demand his attention. She said quote, he's just had so many things thrown his way, a rare acknowledgment from as close to Joe Biden as you can get. His wife, that the realization of his entire set of promises has been thwarted by the reality of the moment and the day to today problems that need the president's attention. And what's clear about the poll numbers, I talked about at the top of the podcast about how the administration is trying its best to spin the economic factors that are out there. What is becoming clear is that politicians who are on the ballot this fall, people looking for reelection to Congress or who are heading up the efforts for the parties to win more senator House seats. They're almost sounding similar at this point. Listen to Democrat from Michigan, Elise slotkin, who's in a competitive district there in Michigan. Followed by on Fox News, senator Rick Scott of Florida who oversees the national Republican senatorial committee charged with winning a Republican majority in the United States Senate and you'll see what I'm talking about. They almost sound like they're talking on the same talking points. We have a responsibility in leadership to be honest with people to not try to spin them. And then we have a responsibility to chart the way forward. People can feel and see spin. And I don't think they like it. People are getting their cars repossessed. People have to go to food banks. I mean, this gas price is food prices. American public are frustrated. I think this is going to be a bloodbath for the Democrats this year. If indeed, gas prices continue to fall, if indeed perception of the economy begins to shift, perhaps the Democrats will be able to get a better hearing from the American people than they're getting now because right now they can't break through the experience of the price pain that so many Americans are feeling. And that presents a mortal, danger to their political chances this fall. That's it for today's political briefing. Thanks so much for listening, and please take a moment and be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts. We'll talk to you tomorrow. 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"cnn" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

CNN Political Briefing

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing

"This is the CNN political briefing. Here's what you need to know when politics for Friday October 22nd. You know, it's compromise become a dirty word, but it's bipartisanship and compromise still has to be possible. That's what President Biden said last night at the CNN town hall as he sold his big domestic agenda plans while they hang in the balance on Capitol Hill. President Biden's town hall on CNN moderated by Anderson Cooper last night in Baltimore was perhaps the newest outing. I've seen this president have in the entirety of his term. We got a more detailed insight into the status of negotiations on his big, domestic agenda items, then I think we normally get from presidents. But we also got the real politic view from inside The White House about how difficult this is. When you're in the United States Senate and your president of the United States and you have 50 Democrats, everyone is a president. Every single one. How we get there, we're down to four or 5 issues, which I'm not going to negotiate in a national television. As you might guess we'd be hearing if you want. Oh, I know. But all kidding aside, I think we can get there. Optimism abounds from all corners of the democratic establishment. The vice president talked about it today as did speaker Pelosi, Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer. The latter two, the legislative leaders, they actually met with the president this morning. And their hopes of announcing a framework agreement that all parties have agreed to, on that build back better plan, they wanted that by today, that does not seem to be the case at least as of three o'clock this afternoon when we're recording this podcast, which means that it's still going to take some time here to solve some of the four or 5 remaining issues as the president described them. And in fact, President Biden sort of got into the nitty Gritty with Anderson Cooper last night very specifically about what's in the Bill, what's changed? What's had to be tossed out of the Bill to get progress on this and get it across the finish line. You're also proposing for the first time ever federal paid parental leave. The one point you talked about 12 weeks now, there's reports it's down to maybe four weeks. Yeah, it is down to four weeks. And the reason it's down to four weeks, I can't get 12 weeks. One of the other things that Democrats are looking to do is to expand Medicare to include dental vision and hearing. Will all three of those still be covered? That's a reach. And the reason why it's a reach, it's not this, I think it's a good idea. And it's not that costly and relative terms. But here's the thing. Mister Manson is opposed to that. Now it'll be critical to watch in the days to come how Bernie Sanders. The president's former rival on the campaign trail if you remember, and the leader of the progressive left in this country, how he is going to respond to this difficulty on that last piece, the Medicare expansion for dental and vision and hearing. But of course, mansion is not the only roadblock here to getting this thing done. Kirsten sinema of Arizona has proven to be a real thorn in the side of the Democratic Party, and President Biden is one of the few people in this town who has some real insight into her thinking. She keeps her cards very close to the vest. And even her own colleagues on Capitol Hill are not always aware where she is in any given moment on this bill. And this was how Joe Biden described where he sees kyrsten sinema. First of all, she's smart as a devil number one. Number two, she's very supportive of the environmental agenda in my legislation. Very supportive. She supportive of all almost all the things I mentioned relating to everything from a family care to all those issues, where she's not supportive, is she says she will not raise a single penny in taxes on the corporate side and or on wealthy people. Period. And so that's where it sort of breaks down. There's a few other issues it breaks down on. As the president said, that's where it sort of breaks down while it's that key part. How are you going to pay for all of this without adding to the debt because he promised it be paid for if the tax rates don't go up on the wealthy and corporations? That's going to be something critical for Joe Biden to solve for this bill to hit his desk and get a signature. Now, apart from the build back better plan, the president made pretty huge news when it comes to the filibuster. Of course, he still doesn't have all 50 Democrats in the Senate willing to change the filibuster rules so that voting rights or police reform can get through the Senate. But the president of the United States went farther than he ever has on showing a real willingness to join the fight with those in his party who've been arguing to get rid of the filibuster even if just specifically on voting rights. If in fact, I get myself into at this moment, the debate on the filibuster. I lose a three at least three votes. Right now to get what I have to get done. But I also think we're going to have to move to the point where we fundamentally alter the filibuster. That remains to be seen. Exactly what that means in terms of fundamentally altering it. And whether or not we just end the filibuster straight up. He didn't want to take up that filibuster reform fight because he'd lose the votes he needs. Right now on this package. But I think what he clearly said was senator mansion, senator cinema, I may get you across the finish line with this bill, but don't think I'm done trying to twist your arms on other key priorities. If you missed the town hall, I urge you to go to CNN dot com..

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"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

CNN 5 Things

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Hello from cnn. i'm fez jimmy. With the five things you need to know for wednesday september twenty second a bill to keep the us government funded and running bases an uphill battle in the senate yesterday. The house passed a stopgap bill to keep the government running through december third. The bill also suspends the nation's borrowing limit for more than a year and provides more than twenty eight billion dollars in funding for disaster relief and more than six billion dollars in assistance for afghan refugees. The bill now goes to the senate where c. n. n.'s ryan noble says. It's unlikely to pass. That would require ten republican votes. Republicans have said that. They're not interested in raising the debt limit. So we're in a bit of a bind here because if that doesn't pass we run the risk of government shutdown we also run the risk of the government defaulting on. Its loan. Something that the us government has never done before. If it doesn't pass in the senate house majority leader steny hoyer has said. He may take measures before the government runs out of funding next week. The f. b. is asking for the public's help to find gabby potatoes fiance brian laundry. Potatoes remains were found on sunday. In wyoming's grantee on national park. A corner has initially determined. She died by homicide. The couple were on a road trip. When laundry returned home to florida on his own on september first days later potatoes family reported she was missing. Police are now searching for laundry whose family says. They haven't seen him since last tuesday. The case has caught a lot of attention on social media in a series of videos on tick talk miranda baker said. She and her boyfriend picked up laundry while he was hitch-hiking not far from where petito was found he had was a tarp to sleep on. Which you think you going camping for days on. He'd wa food tent and none of that say her account is plausible. But the events haven't been verified by cnn or the authorities. The fbi is asking for information from anyone who may have had contact with petito or laundry. Or who may have seen their vehicle. The taliban have sent a letter requesting official representation at the united nations. But that's likely to spark a battle with the pre existing delegation that represents the fallen us-backed afghan government just last week. That group sent a letter to the un secretary general with a list of delegates. Both letters have now been sent to the un credentials committee according to the secretary general spokesperson. Cnn's anna coren has more. Let me read to you. Something that the un human rights chief michelle Specialized said yesterday at the un which was quite alarming. She said there is real and palpable. Fear among afghan women of return to the taliban brutal and systemic repression of women and girls during the ninety s. So really is the united nations going to reward this this bad behavior when when so far they have proved that they have not changed. They have not evolved in. They're certainly not the tolerant government that they had promised they would be. China is the world's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases but in a prerecorded speech at the united nations chinese leader. Xi jinping has pledged that it will not build any new coal firepower projects abroad president. She also said china will increase financial support for green and low carbon energy projects in developing countries. Cnn steven jiang has more doubled is always in. The details and details are lacking from the announcement..

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"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

CNN 5 Things

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Cnn. I'm a foam anti-gay but the five things you need to know for tuesday. September fourteenth all eyes on california as voters decide whether democratic governor gavin newsom bookie his job according to a california exit poll conducted for cnn and other news networks by edison research. A third of voters say the corona virus pandemic is the biggest issue for the state that's followed followed by other issues such as homelessness economy wildfires and crime more than forty candidates are vying to replace newsom but only a handful have managed to break through the pack if a majority vote yes to remove newsom from office the top challenger will become the new governor if a majority vote against recalling newson. He keeps his job. The miami nurse has pleaded guilty for threatening to kill vice president. Kamala harris according to the justice department thirty nine year old navy and petite phelps pleaded guilty friday to a six count indictment. She faces up to five years in prison at her november sentencing during a plea hearing. She admitted that she sent her imprisoned. Husband a thirty second video of herself. Threatening to kill harrison february prosecutors said phelps later sent a photo of herself holding a firearm with a target sheet at a gun range. They say two days later she applied for a concealed weapon. Permit the doj said. She told law enforcement officers. If they had not come to her house she didn't know what would have happened. Nba players are not required to be vaccinated against covert nineteen to play this season. That's according to a source with knowledge of the negotiations between the league and the players union. No major professional sports league in the us has required its players to be vaccinated but like other professional sports leagues nba coaches game. Day personnel referees are required to be fully vaccinated. The source said about eighty five percent of players are vaccinated. Cnn has reached out to the nba and the national basketball players association for comment but has not heard back queen. Elizabeth sent a message of congratulations to the people of north korea on their national day. A buckingham palace. Spokesperson told cnn. The spokesperson said the message was sent on behalf of the queen by the uk's commonwealth and development office the palace said it was standard practice for the queen on national days around the world. North korea celebrated its national day on september ninth marking its seventy third anniversary of its founding. Comedian and saturday night. Live alum norm macdonald die tuesday according to multiple reports citing his manager and a statement to cnn his friend and producing partner says mcdonald had been battling cancer for several years but kept his diagnosis private on snl. He was known for his impressions of david. Letterman larry king. Burt reynolds quentin tarantino and others but mcdonald was most beloved for his role as anchor of snl's weekend update from nineteen ninety four to nineteen ninety eight. This coming monday is oscar. Night three fell. The english patient secrets and lies. Shine are locked in a tight race in the category best picture. There's not a chance in. Hell i will ever see. Mcdonald was sixty one years old. That's all for now. We'll be back at six. Am eastern sign with the latest headlines. Whenever you want them. And wherever you are.

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CNN 5 Things

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Or had been published in a medical journal yet which is often a prerequisite for official cdc or fda recommendations. The director general of israeli ministry of health told cnn however too key studies will be published in the new england journal of medicine before the fda's advisors meeting today draft proposal of democrats sweeping three point five trillion dollar budget package will be released and what's expected to follow is immediate conflict with republicans and democrats progressives in the house and moderates in. The senate are yet to agree on a number of things for the package to pass including how the us tax corporations and individuals and on that three point five trillion dollar price tag. Democrats said a wednesday deadline to finalize the deal and present an agreed upon proposal. Moderate democrats are voicing their concerns with the bill. Senator joe manchin has been the most outspoken about the cost. He says he told senate majority leader. Chuck schumer it's too expensive. Here's what he had to say on. Cnn state of the union over the weekend. He will not have vote on three point. Five and chuck knows that we've talked about this We've already put out five point four trillion and we've tried to help americans in every way we possibly can in the law. The help that we put out there is still there. And it's going to run clear into next year. twenty twenty two. What's the urgency. What's the urgency. That we have is not the same urgency. We have with american rescue plan. The house has three vote margin and the senate has no room for error so every vote counts here for democrats listen to the scientists and the economist and the national security experts. They're all tell us. This is code red. The nation and the world are in peril match not hyperbole. That is a fact. That was president. Joe biden last week on the east coast with the same message. White house official says he's expected to convey today when he visits the west coast. This time he'll be surveying wildfire damage and is expected to make clear. That extreme weather events require bold ambitious and decisive action. Now biden will receive briefings from federal state and local fire agency officials and emergency response personnel. Idaho were twenty. Two fires are currently burning and in california where thirteen or burning according to the national interagency. Fire center it says. There are eighty large wildfires actively burning across the us with california's dixie. Fire in the northern part of the state nearing a record one million acres scorched tropical storm. Nicholas is making its way toward texas and louisiana expect heavy rainfall and possible flooding for most of the week. Cnn meteorologist pedram java. Here he has more. We do have flood watches and flood alerts across a wide reaching area for western louisiana. All the way through the southern coast of texas and we do expect the system to come ashore somewhere between sixty to sixty five mile per hour winds. Which would be just shy of a category one hurricane and with that said the rainfall really going to be the major concern with the system. And i'm here to tell you. Some of the pockets of rainfall here could exceed twenty inches and disney movies released. Before the end of.

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CNN 5 Things

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Hello from cnn. I'm fez jimmy with the five things you need to know. For friday august twenty seventh we will not be deterred by terrorist will let them stop. Our mission we will continue the evacuation. That's president joe biden. Speaking last night after two blast near kabul's airport yesterday more than ninety afghans died in the attacks and more than one hundred fifty wounded according to the afghan ministry of health thirteen. Us service members were also killed according to centcom the isis affiliated group known as isis k. Have claimed responsibility for the attack without providing any evidence. All eyes are now on president biden as he vows to retaliate saying quote. We will hunt you down and make you pay the supreme court. Yesterday blocked the by the administration's eviction moratorium. The ruling allows landlords to move forward with addictions that were put on. Hold during the pandemic with more. Here's c. n. N.'s mohammed darwish. The supreme court said yesterday that if a federally imposed eviction moratorium is to continue. Congress must specifically authorize it adding the congress was unnoticed that further legislation would be needed but failed to act before it expired yet. Three liberal judges on the court still publicly dissented. The white house said it was disappointed in the ruling. This is the second time in a week. The supreme court's conservative majority has sided with challenges against biden administration policies on tuesday. It effectively ordered a revival of former president. Trump's remain in mexico immigration policy. A policy biden sought to end earlier this year. Wildfires in northern california are traveling up to eight miles in a single day. That's according to cal fire that says the flames are burning rapidly in the region because of drought and wins adding that firefighters are experiencing conditions. Never seen before the massive dixie fire. The state's largest on record has now grown to nearly seven hundred fifty thousand acres prompting evacuation orders and warnings and several counties meanwhile the monument and kaldor fires have together scorched nearly three hundred thousand acres according to cal fire. Hundreds of california residents are under evacuation orders after new fires were sparked on wednesday and another heatwave is expected to make fighting the flames even harder. Benjamin mendy a soccer player for top. Uk club. Manchester city has been charged with four counts of rape and one count of sexual assault. Crown prosecution service says the alleged. Vince took place between october last year and august. This year. the club released a statement. Saying mendy has been suspended pending an investigation. But is i'm able to comment further. Until illegal processes complete cnn reached out to representatives of mendy but did not receive an immediate response and boy band. Breakup are never easy for fans or the band members themselves especially when they're just kids china's panda boys have been disbanded after outcries and concerns over child exploitation as the youngest member was seven and the eldest was only eleven. The idol industry also seen in japan and south korea has come under scrutiny. In recent years for its grueling process strictly controlled lifestyle in diets as well as the strain placed on trainees aside from having the youngest members. The panda boys may have been one of the shortest lived bands as their grand. Debut was just last saturday. You're up to date. We'll be back at nine. Am eastern with the latest headlines whenever you want them and wherever you are..

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CNN 5 Things

03:36 min | 1 year ago

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"August twenty third. The true impact of the taliban rule is starting to show in afghanistan less than a week after a spokesperson for the group said quote. Nobody will be harmed in afghanistan. The brother of an afghan translator has been sentenced to death. According to letters obtained by cnn the man has been accused of helping the us and providing security to his brother served as an interpreter to american troops. He has received three letters from the taliban and the last one says the decision is final. Imminent saying quote. You chose this path for yourself. The letters are just one example of how the taliban are directly threatening afghans. Who worked with the us or family members of those who have many are now scrambling to flee the country in the wake of the group's takeover vice president kamala harris has been talking about the aftermath of the withdrawal of troops in afghanistan. There will be and should be a robust analysis of what has happened but right. Now there's no question that our focus has to be on evacuating american citizens. Afghans who worked with us and vulnerable afghans including women and children ayers was speaking at a press conference in singapore where she's been meeting with the country's prime minister as part of her trip to southeast asia. She also visited. Us sailors at the changji naval base where she thanked troops for their service in afghanistan. Firefighters in california are struggling to contain eleven wildfires forcing the emergency closure of nine national forests. Us force service issue the closure through at least september sixth citing extreme fire conditions throughout northern california and strained firefighting resources throughout the country. The emergency closures in california. Come as ninety four. Large active fires have burned almost two and a half million acres across a dozen western states according to the national interagency fire center. Their data shows that so far this year. More than forty one thousand fires have scorched more than four and a half million acres conservative. Talk radio host. Phil valentine has died after contracting kovic nineteen. Valentine had previously questioned whether it was necessary for everyone to get a covert nineteen vaccine but his message changed when his family announced. He had been hospitalized in a very serious condition. Here's what phil's brother mark set to cnn. Before his brother passed the very short assessment of this is he got it wrong and he lost to do everything he can to to make. Sure that his maybe it will give vaccinated as as can. We won't as many people as can hear. Ma voices morning to baltic exciting. Go get back saying. Valentine died on saturday according to ww t. n. Radio and anyone thinking visiting venice. Italy might wanna prepare for some long lines angry locals and armed guards. Local media say the city's fifty thousand or so residents who had gotten used to the empty streets and canals during the pandemic are now elbowing for space on local ferries after the sudden influx of tourists. Sometimes numbering eighty thousand in a day guards were brought in after regular skirmishes broke out between angry locals and boat personnel trying to stick to the eighty percent capacity limit imposed by the italian government as part of its covert measures while it's not mandatory. The guards are armed. Residents tells cnn. They've seen several armed guards walking around at crowded very stops. That's all for now..

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04:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Good morning here. The five things you need to know for friday august twentieth as afghans continue trying to flee the country. It's been revealed that more than a dozen. Us diplomats warned the state department of the potential chaos more than a month ago to state. Department officials tell cnn. The classified cable was sent in mid july because the diplomats felt their previous warnings. Were being ignored. It laid out a series of actions to quickly get afghans who had assisted the us out of the country as c. n. n.'s. Clarice award explains from kabul's airport. The revelation comes as many afghans resort to desperate measures outside the airports. Do not get any smaller. They seem to get bigger if anything and what soldier told me that yesterday people were actually lowing baby. Happy as you have soldiers because there were so desperate to get their children out to a better future. One of his men actually caught one of the babies and later found the family ever turned the child of the madly belief that doesn't speak on imaginable desperation. I just don't know what does speaking to. Cnn's wolf blitzer. Deputy national security advisor. John finer says the administration did respond to some of the concerns detailed in the cable from the diplomats and began evacuation flights of some afghans in july. After a stand off that lasted for hours a man who claimed to have an explosive device in front of the library of congress was arrested thursday. Multiple buildings in the area were evacuated as authorities responded to a quote active bomb threat investigation. The forty nine year old man was identified as floyd ray roseberry from north carolina and has a history of supporting donald trump. In video he was live streaming during the standoff. Roseberry called himself a patriot and said that all democrats should step down. Us capitol police said no bomb was found in the man's truck. Although he did possess bomb making material authorities are investigating after a family of three was found dead on a hiking trail near yosemite to my knowledge. I've been here twenty years. And i've never seen a incident like this before. That was mariposa county. Sheriff jeremy breeze talking about the discovery of john. Garish ellen chung there one year old daughter meizhou and the family dog search and rescue found their bodies on tuesday after they were reported missing the night before the county sheriff's office says they were no immediate signs of trauma no suicide notes or any clear indication of what caused their deaths. Brees says the family was well prepared for day hike and they're looking into all possible causes of death. I know there's been some speculation that we haven't confirmed that but there are seionage from the forest service regarding a algae bloom. There's some sign up there that could be poisonous. But at this. Point that yeah. We can't rule anything out an autopsy to determine what happened could take weeks. The r kelly trial continues today. The singers charged with racketeering and violating an anti sex trafficking law among other offenses. Kelly denies all charges. Here's c. n. n.'s. Daryl forges with what we've learned so far from the trial in day. Two of testimony in r kelly trial. We heard from toronto pace. She was the first person to take the stand on wednesday. She continued her testimony on thursday. She claims that kelly recorded the two of them having sex when she was sixteen years old and also. She claims that kelly gave her a sexually transmitted disease now during cross examination for the defense they basically labeled her as a liar. Another person that was key and taking the sand was dr chris mcgrath. He was r kelly's personal physician for twenty five years. He's the one who diagnosed kelly with an s. t. d. and he may have retired from being bond. Daniel craig is still earning the big bucks. According to variety the actors getting more than one hundred million dollars from the sale of two sequels to the movie knives out that's thanks to streaming services paying in advance for movie rights rather than waiting for box office performance. His kids don't have to worry about spending the money though according to the telegraph craig. Thinks inheritance is distasteful adding. His philosophy is to quote. Get rid of it or give it away before you go. That's all for.

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CNN 5 Things

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Of afghanistan. Most countries are evacuating their citizens and closing their embassies temporarily. Pentagon press secretary admiral. John kirby said tuesday americans in afghanistan no longer need to shelter in place and can proceed to the kabul airports a fly out of the country national security advisor. Jake sullivan says they're keeping an eye on any potential terrorist threats as they continue these operations over the coming days. We're in contact with the taliban to ensure the safe passage of people to the airport we're monitoring for any potential terrorist threats as i just mentioned including from isis k sullivan was also asked about reports of people being turned away at salomon run checkpoints outside the kabul airport sullivan says the biden administration is taking that up in a channel with the taliban to resolve those issues. Officials say the us military have evacuated more than seven hundred people including one hundred and fifteen american citizens on monday. Meanwhile the streets of kabul heff fewer women as many have largely stayed indoors since the taliban took over the country's capital city. Those who do brave. The outside world tend to be dressed more conservatively than before many of the educated women who spent the last decade building. Their careers are desperately looking for a way out worried they may be targeted by the taliban. Cnn's chief international correspondent clarice award spoke to one afghan woman who is spearing for her life. I'm thinking about my future my daughter's lap and through them if they can me to that as bit without mother. The fate of many afghan who worked with foreign governments also remains uncertain. The taliban has promised amnesty for details about this are still.

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CNN 5 Things

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Good morning here. The five things you need to know for tuesday august seventeenth concerns over the rights and freedoms of women in afghanistan continue despite assurances from the taliban. The group's leaders say they plan to run a quote inclusive islamic government and allow women and girls to go to school but many afghans are deeply skeptical of those claims as it's a major departure from the fundamentalist totalitarian tendencies that marked the group's time in power in the nineteen nineties on the streets of kabul. Cnn's clarisa ward questioned an armed member of the taliban about the group's plan for women in afghanistan. How will you protect women. Because many women are afraid will not be allowed to go to school. They will not be allowed to work the female the woman can continue their life as they can to school. They can continue their education. Will islamic has so like i'm wearing Not like you but the company facist sources. Tell cnn that. Top health officials in the biden administration are coming to an agreement on booster shots for the kovic nineteen vaccine. The plan which is still being fully developed will involve a third shot eight months after a person becomes fully vaccinated for those who received the pfizer. Omer dern vaccine's those who received the johnson and johnson shot would not be affected. The plan is still being worked on but would begin mid to late september last week. The fda authorized booster shots for certain immuno-compromised people although federal health officials until now have said they're not needed by the general population. Dr peter hotels is dean of the national school of tropical medicine. He says a longer interval is likely to be beneficial when these vaccines were released to emergency use. It was imperative to his vaccinate as many americans as you could quickly and it was only a three week intervals in the first and second dose. And that's not usually enough to give longer-lasting immunity so you often need space things out more. So by giving this third immunization. I think is going to give really robust protection. The plan could be announced as early as next week. Pending fda approval a tropical storm system is threatening haiti with even more damage as a country. Still recovering from this weekend's earthquake. Cnn's mad rivers has more from haiti. A desperate scene in loci as rescue workers aided by heavy duty machinery sift through the rubble in the wake of the seven point two magnitude quake that struck southern haiti on saturday. Local hospital some badly damaged by the quake overwhelmed by the thousands of people injured. The risk of further devastation as tropical depression grace arise punishing wind and rain now adding another challenge to rescue teams. The possibility of flash floods and mudslides. Bob dylan has been accused of sexually abusing a twelve year old girl in nineteen sixty five. A lawsuit was filed in new york city last week which claims the legendary singer abused the now sixteen year old woman over six week period. It alleges dylan quote befriended and establish an emotional connection with the girl and sexually abused her multiple times in a statement to usa today. Dylan spokesperson says quote. The fifty six year old claim is untrue and will be vigorously defended. Cnn has reached out to the singer's representatives for further comment and you zealand is locking down the entire country for three days over one cove. Nineteen case this is the first locally transmitted case. New zealand has seen since february this year and prime minister just send dern says authorities are assuming it's the delta variant but are waiting for confirmation authorities. Say the man had traveled to other parts of the country. New zealand has been praised for its response. The pandemic having less than three thousand cases and only twenty six deaths in total but it has been slow to vaccinate according to data collated by cnn. New zealand has fully immunized less than twenty percent of its population. That's all for your cnn. Five things morning edition for more on these stories and the latest news. You can always visit. Cnn dot com.

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CNN 5 Things

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Here's speaker of the state assembly. Carl hasty we oughta historic moment. And i'll states modern history for the first time in more than one hundred years. The assemblies undertaking and impeachable investigation of a sitting governor last tuesday new york attorney general latisha. James released the conclusion of the state's investigation. That found cuomo quote sexually harass multiple women and violated state law. Cuomo has denied the allegations in the report. And is resisting pressure to step down. President joe biden speaker of the house. Nancy pelosi and more than two thirds of new york state. Senators have called on cuomo to resign. Democratic lawmakers who left texas last month can now return home without fear of arrest. A judge on monday issued a temporary restraining order preventing the more than fifty texas democrats from being detained or arrested if they return to the lone star state. The group left texas last month to stop the passage of what they say are restrictive voting bills though republicans hold the majority in the texas state house. The absence of the democrats means there were not enough members. Present for the bills to be voted on governor. Greg abbott's press secretary told cnn that the restraining order violates separation of powers between the branches of government and are confident it will be overturned if not. It's still expires in two weeks. Virginia giuffra has filed a lawsuit against britain's prince andrew for lead sexual abuse according to federal court documents filed monday jofre. Who's an alleged victim of jeffrey epstein. Told the bbc in twenty nineteen that she was forced to perform sex with the duke of york at the time he told the bbc he had never met jofre. Buckingham palace denied her allegations. Jew free accuses prince andrew in the lawsuit of knowing. She was underage and that she was a sex trafficking victim. Being forced to engage in sexual acts with him. Cnn has reached out to representatives of prince andrew for comment and you can soon start using bitcoin to watch. The latest hollywood blockbusters movie theater chain. Amc announced monday. It would start accepting bitcoin for tickets and snacks. The move being rolled out through the end of the year already has rave reviews at least from shareholders. Amc shares jumped five point three percent in after hours trading. The company joins a growing list of businesses. That have or may soon except crypto.

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CNN 5 Things

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

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CNN 5 Things

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"The five things you need to know. For wednesday august fourth vaccinated against covert nineteen may soon be mandatory for active-duty troops. Defense secretary lloyd. Austin is expected to seek authorization as soon as this week. This comes after president. Joe biden instructed the defense department so look into how and when it will add the covy nineteen vaccine to its list of mandatory military. Vaccinations if austin recommends the vaccine for active duty troops he could also seek a presidential waiver to allow the shots to be administered to troops before the vaccine gets full fda approval in wisconsin nearly five hundred cases of in nineteen are tights. Crowds gathered for the nba. Finals and milwaukee's dear district. That's according to wisconsin department of health services. The milwaukee police department says the bucks first nba championship in fifty years brought roughly one hundred thousand fans to the deer district which is an entertainment venue outside the bucks arena a spokesperson for wisconsin's department of health. Services says cases were from people who either attended a finals game inside the arena or gathered in the deer district while the games were being played. The milwaukee health department says cases were among people who self declared that they had attended a gathering at the district at some point in july however both departments say they aren't certain they contracted the virus at the deer district. The atlantic hurricane season appears more likely to be an above average season than the first forecast in may the latest projections by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration call for fifteen to twenty one named storms compared to the thirteenth to twenty in the initial forecast noah's climate prediction center also foresees seven to ten hurricanes. Three to five of which could be category three four or five. The atlantic hurricane season runs june first to november thirtieth mexico is suing eleven gun manufacturers over firearms that the border from the us and into the hands of criminals in mexico. That's according to court. Documents filed wednesday and obtained by cnn. Nearly a dozen defendants are named including major brands. Like smith and wesson colts and glock. Mexico says the companies use reckless incorrupt gun dealers and dangerous and illegal sales practices that the card sales rely on to get their guns the lawsuit size an increase in homicides in mexico in two thousand four to gun makers quote increased production distribution and marketing of military grade weapons. The companies did not respond to cnn's request for comment. The tokyo olympics gained a lot of buzz. After last year's pandemic delay. Unfortunately for nbc. That attention did not translate some more viewers. Nbc's tv audience is down a whopping forty five percent from the rio games in twenty sixteen. Primetime viewership is down even more by fifty one percent though still a bigger audience than rival broadcasts. Some reasons that may have played a role in the ratings drop are the surgeon social media and streaming with audiences having access to more shows on demand and the lack of spectators at the games could have made it less entertaining to watch. That's.

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CNN 5 Things

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Mainly because <Speech_Female> of deaths caused by <Speech_Female> covert nineteen <Speech_Female> the cdc's <Speech_Music_Female> national center for <Speech_Music_Female> health. Statistics <Speech_Music_Female> says american life <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> expectancy at <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> birth declined <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> from seventy <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> eight point. 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Two days <Speech_Female> were nursing <Speech_Music_Female> mothers their <Speech_Female> released was unconditional <Speech_Female> and no <Speech_Female> ransom was paid <Speech_Female> by the state <Speech_Female> zamfara and <Speech_Female> other neighboring northwestern <Speech_Female> states have <Speech_Female> witnessed several mass <Speech_Female> kidnappings this year. <Speech_Music_Female> Hundreds <Speech_Female> of school children have <Speech_Music_Female> been abducted <Speech_Female> and released. I <Speech_Female> ransom seeking criminal <Speech_Female> gangs <Speech_Female> but many state governments <Speech_Female> deny <SpeakerChange> paying <Speech_Female> ransom to kidnappers. <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> Broadway is finally <Speech_Female> coming back after <Speech_Female> closing because of <Speech_Female> the pandemic <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and seven new place <Speech_Female> coming. 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02:48 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Retirement <Speech_Female> of supreme court. Justice <Speech_Female> steven brier <Speech_Music_Female> is likely to <Speech_Music_Female> continue following <Speech_Female> an exclusive <Speech_Female> interview. The justice gave <Speech_Female> cnn <Speech_Female> at eighty. 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Milley <Speech_Female> were so concerned <Speech_Female> that then president. <Speech_Female> Donald trump might <Speech_Female> attempt a coup <Speech_Female> after the november <Speech_Female> election that they <Speech_Female> informally planned <Speech_Music_Female> to intervene. <Speech_Music_Female> This revelation <Speech_Female> comes from an <Speech_Female> excerpt. Cnn <Speech_Female> obtained of a new <Speech_Female> book out next week <Speech_Female> by pulitzer <Speech_Female> prize winning washington <Speech_Female> post reporters <Speech_Female> titled. I <Speech_Female> alone can fix <Speech_Music_Female> it. Detailing <Speech_Music_Female> trump final year <Speech_Female> as president. <Speech_Female> The book describes <Speech_Female> how million other <Speech_Female> joint chiefs discussed <Speech_Music_Female> a plan to resign <Speech_Female> rather than <Speech_Female> carry out orders. They <Speech_Female> anticipated from <Speech_Female> trump that they consider <Speech_Female> to be illegal <Speech_Female> unethical <Speech_Female> or even dangerous <Speech_Female> milly <Speech_Female> still serves as <Speech_Female> joint chiefs chairman <Speech_Female> and will not <Speech_Female> publicly address. The issues <Speech_Female> raised in the <Speech_Female> book. A defense <Speech_Music_Female> official confirmed <Music> to cnn. <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> And before <Speech_Female> you lather up <Speech_Female> listen to this. <Speech_Female> Johnson and johnson is <Speech_Female> issuing a voluntary <Speech_Female> recall for <Speech_Female> five neutrogena <Speech_Female> and of beano <Speech_Female> sunscreen lines <Speech_Female> after it said it <Speech_Female> discovered low levels <Speech_Female> of benzene <Speech_Female> in the products <Speech_Music_Female> and seen <Speech_Music_Female> is a carcinogen. <Speech_Music_Female> If you've purchased <Speech_Music_Female> any of these <Speech_Female> aerosol sprays <Speech_Female> neutrogena beach <Speech_Female> defense neutrogena <Speech_Female> cool dry <Speech_Female> sport neutrogena <Speech_Female> invisible <Speech_Female> daily <Speech_Female> neutrogena ultra <Speech_Female> sheer and vino <Speech_Female> protect and refresh <Speech_Female> john. <Speech_Music_Female> Jay said you should <Speech_Female> throw them out. 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CNN 5 Things

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Good evening here. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Are the five things you <Speech_Male> need to know. For wednesday <Speech_Male> june <Music> thirtieth <Music> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> former defense secretary <Speech_Male> donald rumsfeld <Speech_Male> has died <Speech_Male> at the age of <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> eighty. Eight <Speech_Male> rumsfeld's family <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> announced his death <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in a statement <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> saying he was surrounded <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> by family <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> in new mexico at <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> the time. His passing <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> rumsfeld <Speech_Male> served as secretary <Speech_Male> of defense under <Speech_Male> former president gerald <Speech_Male> ford and <Speech_Male> then again under <Speech_Male> former president george <Speech_Male> w bush <Speech_Male> no cause of <Speech_Music_Male> death was provided <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> the pennsylvania supreme <Speech_Male> court vacated <Speech_Male> the conviction <Speech_Male> of comedian <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> bill cosby <Speech_Male> in a split decision. <Speech_Male> Cosby <Speech_Male> was released <Speech_Male> from state prison <Speech_Male> shortly. After <Speech_Male> the ruling was announced <Speech_Male> cosby <Speech_Male> was sentenced <Speech_Male> to ten years <Speech_Male> in two thousand eighteen <Speech_Male> on aggravated <Speech_Male> indecent assault <Speech_Male> charges <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> after andrea. Constand <Speech_Male> said. <Speech_Male> He had drugged and <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> sexually assaulted <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> her. The <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> state supreme court <Speech_Male> ruled statements <Speech_Male> introduced. In cosby's <Speech_Male> trials should <Speech_Male> not have been allowed <Speech_Music_Male> under reveal <Speech_Music_Male> cosby struck with <Speech_Male> prosecutors years. <Speech_Male> Earlier <Speech_Male> cosby <SpeakerChange> has maintained <Music> have been allowed <Speech_Music_Male> under reveal <Speech_Music_Male> cosby struck with <Speech_Male> prosecutors years. <Speech_Male> Earlier <Speech_Male> cosby <SpeakerChange> has maintained <Music> his innocence. <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> Miami dade <Speech_Male> county mayor danielle <Speech_Male> levin kava <Speech_Male> announced searchers <Speech_Male> have recovered <Speech_Male> four more <Speech_Male> bodies at the site <Speech_Male> of the condo collapsed <Speech_Music_Male> in surf <Speech_Male> side florida. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> This brings the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> death toll to at <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> least sixteen. <Speech_Music_Male> Searchers <Speech_Music_Male> continue to <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> carefully dig through <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> debris hoping <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to find survivors. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> In voids <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and tunnels. <Speech_Male> There are currently <Speech_Male> one hundred forty <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> seven. People still <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> unaccounted for <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> at <SpeakerChange> champlain. <Speech_Music_Male> Tower south <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> northern <Speech_Male> california <Speech_Male> officials continue <Speech_Male> to battle twin <Speech_Male> wildfires. <Speech_Male> along the state's border <Speech_Male> with oregon <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> authorities say <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the lava fire <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> has grown to <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> consuming over seventeen <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> thousand <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> acres <Speech_Male> and is just nineteen <Speech_Male> percent contained <Speech_Male> officials. <Speech_Male> Also say <Speech_Male> the nearby tenant <Speech_Male> fire continues <Speech_Male> to burn <Speech_Male> and has consumed an <Speech_Male> estimated six <Speech_Male> thousand acres <Speech_Male> president. <Speech_Male> Joe biden said wednesday <Speech_Male> that climate <Speech_Male> change is worsening. <Speech_Male> The threat <Speech_Male> of western wildfires <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> extreme heat <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> are a direct result <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> of climate change. <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The trump <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> organization <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> is expected to be <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> charged with tax <Speech_Male> crimes <Speech_Male> as soon as thursday <Speech_Male> of climate change. <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The trump <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> organization <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> is expected to be <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> charged with tax <Speech_Male> crimes <Speech_Male> as soon as thursday <Speech_Male> according to <Speech_Male> people familiar with <Speech_Music_Male> the matter. Sources <Speech_Male> tell cnn. <Speech_Male> The manhattan <Speech_Male> district attorney's <Speech_Male> office also plans <Speech_Male> to charge. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Cfo alan <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> weisselberg. <Speech_Male> The charges <Speech_Male> once filed <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> would mark the first <Speech_Male> time. 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