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"To stop the rioting looting vandalism assaults and the wanton destruction of property president trump truck to controversy for his decision this week to deploy military resources and aggressive tactics against the righteous and protesters blocking the nation of particular concern for many was the destruction of an otherwise peaceful protest outside the White House apparently said that Mr trump could walk to St John's church across from the White House and pose with the Bible Eleanor I say apparently that because does much of the evidence does suggest that was the case that was two conflicting reports that the pop please may have taken this action with the secret service in anticipation regardless how do you see president trump's approach to this issue and the striking dichotomy with which my cabinet offices such as Jim Mattis to respond I agree with the Clarence that the president is taking steps against violence into the violence system started yes the governors and mayors are the basic gotten ahead of the violence I did wake up I watch that like many people did in real time and you saw a peaceful demonstration in Lafayette square and you saw the Attorney General Barr walking around the edge of the crowd at least the one who gave the order to move and I believe those were federal a real forces because the mayor of a dispute Colombia has assured the residents in on one of these or not district police and they unleashed a rubber bullets and a chemical spray on the court in the crowd and it was obviously to make way for the president and his entourage to walk across Saint John's church where he held up a Bible I keep won the lottery or something and I don't know I guess is supposed to send a message that he's tough and he's religious liberty at churches will go on despite the violence I mean I think he's very worried about his evangelical base and they apparently loved it loved it the bishop of the Episcopal Church didn't like it the church leaders didn't like it many people so it is this cynical use of force against peaceful people clear the way for awhile do not use rubber bullets in Lafayette square what happened was that they moved through the clear Lafayette square and moved your crowd back to H. street a block away she had a perfect right to do secondly the night before two nights before twenty five secret service personnel were subjected to rocks and bottles and everything they were injured and I think you have to turn this into a second chance they were some horrible things simply an effort by the liberal media to try to find some incidents where they can all be made victims the whole thing can be portrayed as peaceful demonstrators just you want you know what useful demonstrators do but let me push back a little bit on that you know in this specific case as much as we saw that terrible treatment of the charge of the secret service officers serving that country as great patriots you know that specific moment not protest was by all accounts Tim Carney you know who's been on the show he was that I tested it was peaceful what was the full extent however they were thirty minutes away from a curfew and they wanted to clear the place before it got dark yeah they wanted to clear before Donald Trump ran over there which I think going over there which is a good thing to do which was saying look you're not going to burn down the president's church as for the Bible and things I'll leave that up to you all right Siraj looking at okay all right got you coming coming well two things one is that it was peaceful all day long there were peaceful protesters including clergy out there and they were because almost all there was an unfortunate coincidence here updated look like well book bar was put in charge of the security make sure Lafayette market been bounced off he found that it had not been installed by time we got there and there were a whole lot of people right before president trump's first margin so he said we we got to clear the streets a lot it's going to happen with a segment of the street welcome topple military people through the streets what you're not all big helicopter well they did have a rubber bullets we also yeah all these please tell us fox news was submitted after death well the same impact and absolute beast what group of people and it's not a constraint thank god but it was definitely made him walk on by residents party I'm not by the upper chest and military leaders in the president's own administration of pushing back against his threats to send the US military into the various states and he was threatening to do that in the district and apparently he thinks he can do it here because we're not a state and push back from the his secretary of defense although he seems to be wobbling now but saying he's not going to invoke the eighteen forty eight insurrection or because he doesn't want to turn America's cities into battle space this is a huge conflict in a country that has worked very hard to redeem the civil civil relationship between the military and the public when I went there is the thing let me let me go to Suraj Suraj what's your question zero I want to ask why didn't president trump read a lot of Americans hospital Twitter but of a lot of Americans would say the symbolism of the president walking to the church holding a Bible that a day or two off to it being done was important was valuable was moral why couldn't president trump guy there at six AM the next day thus avoiding a showdown with the protests I think it was the for president trump it's all about branding and marketing I mean we know this since his career as a as a TV star out of business mogul the cameras always have to be on him in some way shape or form and that's one of the main critiques you can make about president trump is that a lot of things that he does he does because he's a showman and based on this week alone if he loses the election it will be because of the actions of the past two weeks and this particular photo op in front of St John's church while we didn't really highlight it got it was set a fire to the night before he felt the need to go in front of their instant stand with a Bible in hand peaceful protesters be damned I think a lot of others a look at that as a sign that then trump is more inclined to make himself look at rather than unite the country and that's where I think you guys are DOT secretary James Jim Mattis speaking out against the secretary please mail Robertson you know you can choose United country one should do you should middle Americans unite that Ravel was burning and looting they're shot killed want to restructure St Louis a shot for cops the McLaughlin group after this brief time racial report protests across America I'm Christopher Cruz police in Washington DC or preparing for tens of thousands of people to take part today in the biggest anti police brutality protests so far in Minneapolis meantime police are now banned from using chokeholds correspondent Josh Campbell is in the city this morning there's also a new provision on crowd control techniques of use of dispersants rubber bullets tear gas things like that those now have to be approved by the chief of police are not going to be pushed down that authority into the department and then finally this department of civil rights will be randomly auditing body camera footage for police officers to ensure that there is cooperation and here it's too this new order residents of Minneapolis and St Paul were no longer under curfew last night a federal judge in Colorado has ordered Denver police to stop using tear gas plastic bullets and other quote less than lethal force such as flash grenades and Christopher you're looking for.
UK's Johnson in ICU, was given oxygen in battling virus
"Dave one of Boris Johnson's top cabinet ministers saying today that the prime minister is not on a ventilator it but has received oxygen support he's been moved to the I see you after his corona virus symptoms worsened Cabinet Office minister Michael guys saying Johnson is receiving the very
UK deaths near 400, officials admit they haven't tested enough
"Now the number of coronavirus cases globally continues to climb with the latest Johns Hopkins tally recording nearly eight hundred and sixty thousand infections and more than forty two thousand deaths let's start with a global coverage over the full out beginning here in the U. K. west top officials now to accept that the country hasn't done enough to test for coronavirus the prime minister's team is blaming a shortage of chemical components inexpensive struggling to agree on what to do next nearly four hundred people have died after contracting the virus in Britain the increase is twice as big as the vice that was announced on Monday Cabinet Office minister Michael Kay told reporters at the jump in deaths reinforces the need for social distancing measures the increase in the number of deaths is deeply **** disturbing moving on that's one of the reasons why it's so important that people maintain the social distancing measures in order to improve and increase the resilience of the NHS the health service medical director Stephen Powis said that the next two weeks will be critical but that there are signs that the pace of infections is
Harry and Meghan confirmed they will not use 'royal' in their branding
"Megan MARKLE and Prince. Harry have announced that they will not be using the word royal or Sussex Royal in any territory following April. I which is when this transition of theirs begins officially and that was after the queen told them they could not however. I love this because you know I love drama and I love Pettiness Harry and Meghan on their official website released a statement that was so salty and I would say even disrespectful to the whale family. I'll give you a couple of examples quote while there is precedent for other titled Members of the Royal Family to seek employment outside of the institution for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. A twelve month review period has been put in place. They're like okay. Other members of the royal family can do it. But we can't that seems shady that's translation also they say the preference of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was to continue to represent and support Her Majesty the Queen. I'll be in a more limited capacity while not drawing on the sovereign grant La La. So they're not GONNA be official spokesperson of the Queen Her Majesty and they're not happy about the additionally quote. This is my favorite one while there is no jurisdiction by the monarchy or cabinet office over the use of the word royal overseas. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex did not intend to use Sussex royal or any iteration of the word royal in any tour at territory when the transition occurs spring. Twenty twenty basically. They're saying you know even though we don't have to do this we're going to do it. And even though we would have preferred to do that we would. You know we're still going to do this and you know it's not fair that we're having to do this but we're going to do right. That's literally what they said repeatedly in their statement on their website. I wish you would redistribute everything that they say so they could hear what they sound like. Because you've nailed it. That's exactly what they sound. Like when you verbalize those words
What It's Like to Interview Angela Merkel
"Shortly before his departure as ft editor Lionel Barber was granted a rare interview with uncle. Michael who is also in the twilight of her career. He came into the F.. T. Studio to offer his thoughts on the long-serving German Chancellor Chancellor taking in what she had hoped her legacy would be and her determination to defend multi-lateralism a concept that in the age of Donald Trump brexit and resurgent Russia. Russia has never seemed so battled. I began by asking how she came across me interview. This wasn't the first meeting thing with her or the first interview. But this was the first interview with the Foreign Newspaper News Organization for a long time. And there's there's a reason for that because she's become a little bit beleaguered particularly after the refugee crisis where Germany had taken in more than one point in two million people in the space of the throw very year and I think she came under unprecedented attack at home so when I saw her I was struck truck by that calmness but just an edge of Cagey nece and I think that comes out a bit in the interview. Set the scene for us. Where were you you and Ms Merkel when you spoke in what was it like unlike the previous two interviews we will not in the chancellor's office and the reason for that is? She insisted that the interview was conducted through a translator and I was a bit frustrated because my German is pretty good. I'd being training beforehand just to refresh rush. But they are incredibly disciplined about what is quotable How the interviews conducted? That's the way the Germans aren't they don't do these free. wheeling interviews conversations that we in Britain are used to and I'm used to and so we met in the small cabinet. Open it office. That's next door to the full cabinet office with its view of the pundits. Talk the older. I started building In the foreground this this room is next door and you have a large window with a great view of the Tian where the zoo is and this massive green which was staring now on an panorama of Berlin and then a large table. And you know it wasn't intimate at all. There was discreet distance and we talked for. You've just over forty five minutes and then those bit of small talk for ten minutes off the record moving onto some of her political motives as she finishes out you right that. She's both determined to preserve and defend multi-lateralism. Did she tell you how both near term and in the future when she's no longer in power well we've got to remember that we'd better be careful that she's not leaving like me stepping down. After fourteen years at the Financial Times. She's likely to leave next year. I think when it came to her main statement defending Western values defending multi-lateralism defending international institutions and international cooperation essentially. She's talking about a Germany which is more engaged than ever. So within the U also within NATO I I think that's an important part active Germany not a passive Germany which contrasts with the American view. At least the trump administration view and I I heard that from trump administration officials where they took about Germany being an economic superpower with a foreign policy of Switzerland. Here in fact she does touch on the future relationships between Germany and the UK and Germany and the EU as Donald Trump threatens to punish the tariffs. What role does Ms Murkowski? Easy for you. Now she sees the European Union. She sees the twenty-seven members as the cornerstone of German chairman. Foreign policy the anchor if you like for Germany she sees the EU is both a vital single market for German goods woods as a focus of stability in dangerous world but also as a global standard setter an alternative if you like to the Chinese unease and American model and she talked about data in that sense where she says this is not just for private. Companies giants is for people to own. So she's she's really setting up. You're not in conflict with China and America but as an alternative way in fact it's Kinda complicated relationship between in Germany and China right now. Can you talk a little bit more about that. Well remember that China has been an enormously valuable export market four German companies for German engineering companies call companies chemicals oldest. Germany is being a great beneficiary of the extraordinary ordinary economic success story of China but China is moving up the value chain and that is beginning to seriously seriously compete with German companies and also gem companies that have been involved in joint ventures have had to give over intellectual property so this contest as people move up. The value chain is really weighing on Germany. The second thing to think about is that the advent of the electric actress call is also going to seriously affect German employment. I mean they could be hundreds of thousands of jobs going. There was a warning just a few days ago about this. So Germany having seen China as the great promised land and a great valuable opportunity. It's now seen as a systemic rival and competitor in a way that is quite different from ever before and in that sense by the way there is some common ground between Germany and America and German Um and companies in American companies. The difference is that I'm GONNA mackel doesn't want to confront China like Donald Trump. I think Germany going forward is going to find it much much more difficult. They've had an extraordinary successful decade and more fifteen years of prosperity the peace there was some terrorist attacks but not as bad as in France or indeed in Britain. But I think it's going to be more difficult for Germany and I think the chancellor realizes that what does the chancellor see her legacy as being. She's very sensitive about that. I asked her how she would describe. Gripe legacy remember that Canard. obno- who is the first post-war Chancellor of Germany. He was associated with a concept in German known as best been condone which is the anchoring of Germany in the West inside NATO alliance and later in the European Economic Community Ludvig hot was the we create chancellor of the Economic Miracle Helmet Kohl of German Unification Villi Brunt Ostpolitik the engagement with the East during the Cold War The communist east. But what was Makul's legacy going to be. She was on the defensive about that and said look that's for historians. I think she's he's nervous or little bit sensitive to the notion that she's being the sort of crisis manager. They've been good years but in the end should be defined by this huge gamble or if not gamble decision to allow one point two million refugees to come into Germany changed the whole face of Germany. She got a lot of support internationally for it was seen as a great moral gesture but in Germany she was abused as never before and Nickname of moti which mum mummy. That's gone she's seen differently now. In fact some of our critics described her legacy muddling through the wonderful German word for muddling. Through which is Deutsche versed in. which is it something like translated as is through the sausage in? It's going through. A sausage machine weaving away and she didn't like that because she's programmed for compromises. I wrote but she doesn't want to be seen as just a split the difference politician she wants to be seen as much more creative. More far-sighted I I think history will judge her to have presided over a period of comfort prosperity for the Germans appeared when other countries who's was shaken and a time when the country became more confident the new Berlin Republic with the capital but history may judge Eh to have not done even enough even though she did a lot and she's a good German managing difficult set of coalitions remember. She's doesn't hold an absolute majority of her own party. Which is center right Christian Democrats but it may be that history will judge that she should have done even more move was the FTC's former editor Lionel Barber on the difficult task facing German chancellor to learn merckel during her last few years in office her final term ends next year?
Whoops! UK publishes celebrity home addresses by mistake
"The addresses were posted late Friday for about an hour before the mistake was discovered the list included Oscar winning film directors senior politicians and diplomats popular athletes and people insensitive defends roles the new year's honors included knighthoods the information commissioner's office is investigating the data breach and may impose fines Britain's cabinets office publishes a list of the people receiving honors for merit service bravery twice a year shortly before new year's eve and on the Saturday in June when Queen Elizabeth the second spy phase officially observed Serra Sheckley London
"cabinet office" Discussed on AP News
"The TSA it says the nine busiest days in its history occurred this summer as travelers jammed airports the agency screened at two hundred sixty two million people and one hundred sixty four million checked bags from just before Memorial Day until the day after Labor Day of the nine hectic days the peak was July seventh when TSA screen nearly two point eight million airline passengers and crew members the TSA says it hired enough screeners although it didn't give numbers and worked with airlines to anticipate where screeners would be needed getting employees to stick around has been a bit of a struggle for the agency about one fifth of screeners leave every year the agency has countered with retention bonuses Japan's economy continues to grow according to revised government data for the April through June quarter the Cabinet Office is real gross domestic product or GDP had grown as an annual rate of one point three percent during that period that was slightly lower than the earlier estimate for one point eight percent growth the data showed private demand had grown at a slower rate but government investment had risen higher than the earlier estimate analysts say overall the revised numbers did not show that much really changed and that the Japanese economy continuing to grow is a positive sign. the economic crisis in Zimbabwe is growing and most people are struggling to make a living the unemployment rates over ninety percent and there's widespread poverty many don't have access to running water or electricity the country's government recently abandon the multi currency system so the United States dollar south African rand and the euro are no longer legal its currency on the streets Zimbabwean by note has been re introduces the only legal currency to be traded within the country about note supposedly in line with the US dollar but due to the increasing cost of living posted by Boyens lack trust in the bond notes and people still up for the US dollar on the black market trade there are also fuel shortages throughout the country resulting in long lines at gas stations. I Jackie Quinn president trump has urged North Carolina voters to elect the Republican candidate for Congress in Tuesday's special.
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"cabinet office" Discussed on AP News
"Germany recorded zero economic growth in the fourth quarter only narrowly avoiding a recession and adding to the list of downbeat signs about the nineteen country euro zone economy. The lackluster figure released Thursday was lower than the point one percent expected by market analysts and followed a point two percent fall in output during the preceding third quarter slowing global trade US China trade tensions has been holding back. Germany's export-focused economy growth lost. He was also hit by troubles in the auto industry. When automakers have difficulty getting new 'cause certified under new emissions tests. Also, low won't on the Rhine river interrupted commas. The slowdown led the European Commission last week to cut its growth forecast for Germany for this year to one point one percent from one point. Eight percent. A new report finds black still die of cancer at higher rates than other Americans. But the gap is, narrowing AP. Correspondent Ben Thomas reports the American Cancer Society says cancer deaths have dropped for all Americans, but the rates have fallen faster for black people than white, you know, thirty years ago. Black men had a forty seven percent higher cancer death rate than white men. That's now shrunk to nineteen percent. Meanwhile, black women have a cancer death rate. Just thirteen percent greater than white women. Experts say the main reason is that smoking rates have fallen more dramatically among black people over the past forty years. That's paying often fewer deaths. Now, another reason is more blacks have been getting cancer screenings. I'm Ben Thomas. Japan's economic growth for the last three months of two thousand eighteen rebounded from a slump the previous quarter growing at an annual rate of one point four percent. Preliminary data released by the cabinet office showed recovery in various categories, including ex. Sports consumer demand investments and government spending gross domestic product or the total value of a nation's goods and services had contracted during the July through September quarter. The data show growth remains weaker than the pace of the shrinking in July through September. Which was at an annual rate of two point six percent Japan plans to raise the consumption tax in October from eight percent to ten percent, which could crimp consumer spending. The house passes the border security spending Bill averting, another shutdown. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news as or three hundred the nays are one twenty eight the conference report is adopted. President Trump has said he'll sign it. And then plans to declare a national emergency to get funding for a border wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi objects Republicans should have some dismay about the door that they are opening the threshold crossing evacuation orders remain in effect in Butte County, California, an area ravaged by fire last year and now susceptible to flash flooding. A winter storm is dumped as much as twelve inches of rain in the region. Bad news for actor Alfonso Ribeiro who sued over his Carlton dance being used in a video game, the US copyright office denied his claim of copyright violation. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment with Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa, play Winnie Houston on Amazon music. Okay. Get access to over fifty million songs. Download the music app.
"cabinet office" Discussed on AP News
"Cabinet office said Elizabeth would naturally very much. Welcome a new Royal yacht. But it may clear officials recognized the decision had to be made by government ministers. Not the Queen. British actress and comedic style, June Whitfield has died. She was ninety three Whitfield enjoyed a career spanning decades with memorable. Roles on TV. She was prominent in the carry on series and the sitcom Terry and June before playing a vital role in absolutely fabulous time on ABC fat playing the slightly off mother Jennifer Saunders boozy character Edina, introduced Whitfield to fancy hadn't been born. When she started her career, she trained at London's renowned Royal Academy of dramatic art and started her career in radio comedy in the nineteen fifties moving into TV as the new medium eclipsed radio fellow AB fab star Saunders and Joanna Lumley praised Whitfield for the warmth and wit. She brought to the hugely popular show New Year's less than three hours away on the east coast. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute, it may be raining and hundreds of thousands of people are packed into the pens on Times Square. Navid no access to restrooms or backpacks or umbrellas, even so they're readying to ring in twenty nineteen like the place to be on years eve the world is watching. So I think it's the best place to be uneasy. So yeah, that's why vendors gouge the prepare charging ten bucks for ponchos at ordinary self or to the biggest years early on events workers handing out foam, hats and blue gloves party includes performers such as Christina Aguilera sting and snoop Dogg in a brief court appearance. Patrick crazy was charged today with murder and solicitation to commit murder in the death of Kelsey Barrett. Is theon say who's been missing since thanksgiving district attorney, Dan may cannot comment on who it is being solicited. But there are three separate counts of solicitation in the charges. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this former top-ranked golfer, Lydia KO has received one of New Zealand's highest civil honors the Korean-born golfer was made a member of the New Zealand order of merit in the countries New Year's honours list. Co was the top ranked women's golfer from February twenty fifteen to June of twenty seventeen she was also the youngest player to win a professional tournament and the youngest tournament winner on the LPGA tour Khoza the award was a huge honor for her. And she said she was grateful to be recognized alongside many talented inspiring New Zealanders and those who make New Zealand a better country for all of us Kiwis. The polish man who forced open a locked gate at Germany's Hannover airport and drove his car onto the field will be kept in custody, pending possible charges the suspect's motive remained unclear on Sunday. But police said his actions didn't appear to be terror related. Investigators say he was apparently under the influence of trucks during Saturday's incident at the airport officers pursued him until he stopped the car underneath an airliner with one hundred seventy two passengers onboard. He's being investigated on suspicion of dangerous interference in an traffic. Resisting police and driving under the influence of drugs. A statement from police says he was previously known for narcotics violations. Whereas domestic security agency says it's arrested a US citizen on espionage charges as AP correspondent serious shaklee reports the Russian foreign ministry's of the US embassy was duly notified about the arrest. The federal security service. The toll KGB's successor agency said that the American man was detained in Moscow on Friday day, Jesse said in a statement that he was caught doing an espionage operation, but didn't give any details. The state TASS news agency identify the detained man as pull spying charges. Carry prison sentence of up to twenty years in Russia. The US embassy in Moscow had no immediate comment. I'm Zaria shaklee. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. A radio news. I'm Tim Maguire the world celebrates New Year's here's the party in Paris. Hundreds of thousands of people are packed together. In the rain in New York's Times Square seen it on TV. But they want to be there. Even if being their means standing as long as twelve hours in the rain without food or bathrooms. It's like the place to be on New Year's Eve the world is watching photographer. Isaiah Stouffer on came from Wisconsin to log it man to sing of Indianapolis closet. Offer bucket list. I always watching every year on TV, but being here in I person chain, hold back, tears, Christina Aguilera. Rex's snoop Dogg and staying or among the opening acts for the big show lighted ball slithering down a pole in the last minute of the year. Warren Levinson, New York Democrats won't take over the house until Thursday, but they're already lining up legislation. One Bill backs bipartisan Senate funding for number federal departments will another would extend funding for the department of homeland security until February without the money. President Trump wants for his wall some closer to the president's saying an actual wall is not what he means. Mean outgoing chief of staff John Kelly told the LA times, the president abandoned the notion of a solid concrete wall early after taking office, adding to be honest, it's not a wall, but rather various security enhancements after dining yesterday with the president's Senator Lindsey Graham said much the same. The wall has become a metaphor for border security with the president's day tweets. An all concrete wall was never abandoned counselor Kellyanne Conway on Fox News Sunday said there's no contradiction. It is silly semantic argument. People are tried to turn a wall into a four letter word saga megani, Washington. Eight people have been hurt after a man seemingly intentionally slammed. A minivan into a crowd of New Year's revellers in Tokyo. No word on the conditions of those who are hurt. This is AP radio news, Massachusetts Democrat. Elizabeth Warren has formed an exploratory committee to run for president in this fight all the way Warren who is one of many likely. Democrats running for the nomination says she has a way to separate yourself from the pack away. We're going to win in twenty twenty is by building. A grassroots movement. All across this country, warns biggest fold likely to be independent Bernie Sanders. Lost a twenty sixteen party nomination to Hillary Clinton. Primary feel the Democrats is expected to be one of the most crowded in decades, a Kansas state judge rules, the state cannot stop telemedicine abortions. Ruling allows of Wichita clinic to continue giving patients abortion pills when it does not have a doctor on site. Also allows a clinic to provide the pills to women in rural areas. The judge says the state law which was set to take effect in January has no legal force because posing the no start with Lowe's because at Lowe's pros confined, the tools, they need at the prices. They want save big on select pneumatics and power tool accessories. Like the Hitachi fifteen finishing nailer now only one hundred and twenty nine dollars and pick up a dewalt twenty seven packed screwdriver bits set for. Nine ninety eight plus save time by ordering ahead online and your order will be ready for pickup in store. Stop by the pro desk or visit Lowes for pros dot com for details. So pro now that you know, start with Lowe's offers valid through one six twenty nineteen all supplies. Listening to the AP digital news network. President Trump's complaining about being criticized for deciding to pull American troops out of Syria AP, Washington, correspondent saga megani reports. Trump took to Twitter on Monday. The president says he's the only person in America who could say he's bringing troops home with victory. And as a result get what he calls bad press in a series of tweets, he says by withdrawing from Syria. He's simply making good on a campaign promise, and that Islamic state militants are mostly gone, but his national security team. Roundly blasted the decision saying the militants still pose a threat Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis resigned because of it saga megani at the Pentagon NBC's planning attributes who Elvis Presley's nineteen sixty eight comeback TV special the finger presents Alvis. The network says the Elvis all star tribute will air in February. It'll be hosted by Blake Shelton and will include well. Known performers recreating songs and staging of the original program producers Steve binder who worked with Presley fifty years ago to create the special says he never expected it to endure the all star tribute also has brought the release of a box set. That includes a Blu Ray edition of the show and a book by binder on its creation. Michael Kors is changing its name to Capri month after its buyout of Italian fashion house for Assad Jay and less than two years after the acquisition of shoemaker Jimmy Choo. Michael Kors remains the chief creative director at Capri holdings with eight billion dollars in projected annual sales data telephone side shea, the sister of research, founder Gianni Versace. Jay, we'll continue with the company holding the position of creative director starting Wednesday. It's new York Stock Exchange, ticker symbol will be C. P R I. New years less than three hours away on the east coast. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute, it may be raining and hundreds of thousands of people are packed into the pens on Times Square Navid no access to restrooms or backpacks or umbrellas, even so they're readying to ring in twenty nineteen. It's like the place to be years eve, the world's watching. So I think it's the best place to be uneasy. So that's why vendors gouge the prepare charging ten bucks for ponchos at ordinary for to the biggest cheers early on events workers handing out foam, hats and blue gloves party includes performers such as Christina Aguilera sting and snoop Dogg in a brief court appearance. Patrick Swayze was charged today with murder and solicitation to commit murder in the death of Kelsey Barrett. Is theon say who's been missing since thanksgiving district attorney, Dan may cannot comment on who it is being solicited. But there are three separate counts of solicitation in the charges. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. 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"cabinet office" Discussed on WJR 760
"S E Cup. And she's on CNN as you might expect. And she's there on Saturday. She used to have a show I think on their sister station, but it didn't cut it cut that listen to this cut thirteen go in a matter of one week. The president has attacked the rule of law and the constitution on no less than three fronts. The independence of the department of Justice the first amendment freedom of the free press and the fourteenth amendment. Let's stop. SE? You really are truly pathetic. The Justice department is not independent you see it in the constitution. It's a cabinet office. The Justice Department's nine independent president nominates the attorney general the deputy attorney general the associated attorney general all the assistant attorneys general he nominates all the US attorneys. Now, while the president isn't getting involved in criminal investigations and things of that sort the idea that this is some independent department is nonsense. This is a Republic. It's still a Republic to some extent. Number two. He didn't attack the first amendment. He told a prima Donna and a narcissist that he's not coming back until he fixes his ways. Just because that's a colleague of yours, and you all circle the ragging, Iran, a circus clown that just makes you guys clowns to. So he didn't attack the first amendment. Number three the fourteenth amendment. Many of us have been writing about and talking about so-called birthright citizenship so SE Cup. If you can tell us where birthright citizenship actually comes from which congress passed a statute to interpret the fourteenth amendment that way, which president signed it into law interpret the fourteenth amendment that way, or what supreme court ruled that. Then why don't you report it on your so-called program? The answer is there is no such rolling. And there was no such decision by any elected officials. So you're three strikes and you're out. But of course, you're probably get a bonus go ahead day. But as C you didn't care when Obama threatens the press. Oh, yeah. I did plenty of us were critical of the forty fourth president for seizing phone and Email records of reporters from the AP and the New York Times seizing records from reporters has Trump seized record. But I was critical of it. Seizing records from reporters. So what records has trumped sees from reporters? Go ahead. And of course, other presidents before Trump we're guilty of constitutional overreach in one thousand nine thirty seven FDR infamously, attempted to pack the courts with friendly judges. There was the box thirteen scandal of nineteen forty eight. When LBJ was accused of stuffing two hundred two additional ballots into a bar. Who's wrought up any of this? Now, she's talking to herself they do a lot of that over at CNN, the constipated news network. Who did any of this? Go ahead. Leslie swung the Texas Senate election in his favor at the last minute. Oh, I brought that up. I think that's important to know. Don't you? Because everything's compared to Trump. Well, let's do it. Go ahead. Nixon's Saturday night massacre in nineteen Seventy-three where he fired both his attorney general, and the deputy attorney general when they were used to fire Archibald Cox, a special prosecutor charged with investigating Watergate scandal. Where's she going with all this? It's so fascinating. Not go ahead while history is replete with greedy and craven presidents who tried to expand executive power and undermine the constant. Here's here's where you can tell by her affectation. Here's where she's very dismissive. Don't give me the what aboutism that's called context. I don't give it to me. I don't wanna hear that. I don't wanna hear about FDR and interment camps. We accused Trump of that. I don't wanna hear about these presidents who violated the first amendment and freedom of the press. No, no, no. We want to blame Trump for that. Go ahead. Nine has attacked the rule of law and the constitution on so many fronts at the same time. You are a blithering buffoon. He really are blithering before it's sad to see. What was once? A he really potential star. Turn into what just another doofus? Go ahead. And we haven't even gotten to the latest allegations of campaign funding, lift them campaign finance violations. Yes. Yes. Nondisclosure agreements that were signed that. Yes. Before the campaign even began. That's gotta be a campaign violation because somebody leaked it out of the prosecutor's office in New York, and and the genius lawyer Michael Cohen pled guilty on two counts of felonies related to that with his great lawyer Lanny Davis. So so it's gotta be right. It's gotta be true. Name one case in which there was ever a conviction of such a sort. There isn't any. There isn't any this is what I mean is she reporting is she giving her opinion. What the hell is she what the hell are all of them for that matter? I mean, come on here and pretend that I'm a news anchor or news who are these people, Brian Stelter? Little fat boy. What does he I just cover the news fake tapper? Who's got a political background all democrat all left wing calling out lives. And I realized I call him outside flash. I'm the truth. Teller the golden age slipper blood, turn listen. Plus, I want to be on Kobe show more. Me and the gang Kosta. You know, Don lemon. Yeah. We wanted to be on the Kobe show because he's really funny and he's with us. So this is S C Cup. I have no idea with us. He stands for nor do I care. Let's see here. All right. Let's take a call shall we Wayne north Wales, Pennsylvania XM satellite? How are you, sir? Good. How are you? Very. Well. Thank you. I just want to let you know that earlier you were speaking about your father's book, and I listened very carefully because I have a grandchild on the way, and my other son has to so at that point. I immediately went upstairs, and it went on Amazon, and I ordered a dozen of those. Whoa. Thank you. Well, I'm not done yet. And then I started to think because I just retired from working at the school district next to where you went at Springfield. Yeah. Wait a minute. You work for the Springfield township school district. Yes, sir. Well, you know before I was in the Trump and Hamtramck school district. I was in that school district. I lived on a street called bent lane. And my parents had their their nursery school, and we'll be right back with the America and our little day camp on what was then paper mill road. Right near the high school. I ran the transportation department for thirty six years. Wow. Wonderful. So after ordering my first dozen books I decided that because this is Veterans Day. My father passed eight years ago on Veterans Day. Member of your father. I purchased another dozen books of which I will be taking some down to the Cheltenham's school district to donate for them in your father's menu. Great. And then I'm gonna take some the Springfield on. Don't go broke. Now. I worked in a public school system. And I'm wondering at your program work. I am not going to go Brooke trust me. All right. You're very honest guy. Like you. So I'll donate them in your father's name. So I won't and I will see my superintendent. Dr hacker, Springfield. And I will give them to her to donate them to Springfield. And because I also did simultaneously Springfield. And upper Dublin the last seven years, I was in the district. I will be taking off the upper Dublin and donating to that district as well. Well, let me say this. You are very very kind, man. I hope when my next book comes out, and I'm I may welcome to Philadelphia with our buddies at W PHD. We'll see. I hope you'll come out. And I get to meet your Wayne, and you'll remind me who you are. Okay. Well, you come up. I I happen to work at a Chinese restaurant entrusted hill. So you have my number. You give me a call, and I'll be more than happy to take it at dinner. All right, man. Thank you, chestnut hill, man. Oh, man. Yep. I love Chinese food to isn't that something? Let's go to Keith boulder. Colorado XM satellite. Go right ahead. Yes, sir. Mr levin. Thank you so much for educating us out here in the real world, Colorado, baby. Yeah. Balder? That's a tough neighborhood. Well, I'm working here. I'll be back in Virginia here pretty soon. But listen, I I did see the interview with where the press conference where the cost of sickening. I, you know, I I was in the Marine Corps. I worked on Marine Corps, marine wandering Clinton. I didn't vote for him. But you respect the office. And I'm not seeing that a lot today. President Trump is in there, and he gets opposition from every front, and it just makes me sick to see a cost to behave. Like he did. And people think that that's acceptable. I mean, just completely disrespectful to our president. He's not a newsman. He you know, he say, he's a he's an actor. And if you wanna to be an actor, then you'll be an actor. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think he should be allowed in. I I don't I don't wanna see that. I wanna hear the press. I want to see what the president has to say. And I just wish more people would stand up to that. I'm with you. And by the way, thank you for your service on this Veterans Day. We thank everybody. And we appreciate our veterans every day on this program. And I say so at the end of virtually every program key. Thank you, buddy. And you're exactly right. We'll be right back. Levin. In.
"cabinet office" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WcbMcom are not necessarily those of the owners management employers and to advertisers of WCBS him, but they should be. Hey, how you doing? My name is Greg. I'm in from Michael Savage on the Savage Nation. You can jump in at eight five five four hundred savage, eight five five four hundred savage in your end. And yes, the judge has ruled Broward judge favor of governor. Rick Scott says Broward supervisor elections brenda's knives. Must allow a media viewing and copying of records. That have been requested in these recounts and it needs to have him my seven o'clock. Why hasn't nothing happening already? And then we go back to what Marco Rubio had said US Senator Marco Rubio out of Florida Republican bay county. Panama city. Areas was hit by a cat for hurricane. Just four weeks ago yet managed to count votes and submit timely results yet over forty one hours after polls closed Broward, elections office is still counting votes. You went on every other county, including Miami Dade which had one hundred thousand more votes cast was able to canvass tabulate and report to state by deadline, but Broward still hasn't finished and won't disclose. How many ballots are left? Of course, that's against state law says the US Senate seat in a statewide cabinet office are now potentially in the hands of an election supervisor with a history of incompetence and a blatant violations of state and federal laws, and we've gone over many of those he linked to a Miami Herald article, and so she she destroyed ballots when she was ordered not to she opened Mallon ballots secret when she was ordered not to. And yet she stays in office. Unbelievable. Well, we've got a little audio of her. This was her going back and forth with a local news reporter on why it's taking so long, and we're all these votes coming from. Here's cut five. We are still counting ballots in our. Pages. I six pages for each of the people who voted, but other counties have been able to do it. But other candidates didn't have six hundred thousand votes out there Miami-Dade did have you been inside. My never let me go check out check. But it's a serious issue. Which always seems like an issue with me I've been doing this now since October twenty second. But if it's a serious issue with you sites, we ran fourteen days, we ran twelve hours. We had a big vote by mail. So don't try to turn it around to make. It seem like I'm making comedy out of this. I don't think anybody's. She's totally made that up. What's he's talking? She's the one that started out saying that this is serious. He agreed. This was serious. And she said why are you trying to make it seem like I'm doing? How'd you like to be the this woman's husband? I mean, she just sounds like a joy to be with. I mean, couldn't wait to spend more time at work. If I was this woman's husband and all the problem was that sexist great. Hey, listen. If there was a dude like this. I hate to be his wife. Are you kidding? And she she was found in violation of all these different things. She's done. No. No, no. It's just the Republicans are trying to the Republicans are trying to hurt Palm Beach county supervisor of elections. Susan.
"cabinet office" Discussed on WJR 760
"Great American. Let's continue now coming up in about forty five minutes is Joni gun lock the independent women's forum header on about three weeks ago. Prognosticating what would happen with cavenaugh fifty forty eight and one when get her reaction to it tonight. Also in about an hour. So we have Jesse Lee Peterson the great American from Los Angeles and more. But let's go to Jeanne in Michigan. The home of the wolverines and the Spartans gene in Michigan. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show, gene. Go ahead. Hi, dale. I was wondering if we lose the midterms. They've already said that they were going to go after trying to impeach Cavanaugh supreme court. Now, the only way I can see that we could prevent that Cavanaugh isn't there laws against slander defamation of character that he could people could come out and say, you know, these three lemonade already had come out. But from then on if anybody comes out, and they'd proves it their testimony assaults, isn't there? Some kind of recourse that seventy like Kevin or anybody else today under Sullivan versus New York Times, the nineteen sixty four your supreme court decision. It said that if you're a public figure like Brad Kavanagh, basically people can lie about those characters as long as the person speaking does not have actual malice, which means they know what they're saying is false when they say, Julie sweat Nick committed defamatory slander against. Ed Kavanagh when she said he was involved in group rates and drugging. I mean that was that was a lie. Deborah Ramirez who said that he shook his private parts in my face. And after a week of working with my attorney, I kind of figure it out who did it thirty four years later that was a lie. And then also professor Ford I seen Ford every factual statement she made has proven to be false now for him to sue. He would have to be in federal court for like the next five to ten years with Michael avenue. Eddie and snakes like that. So I don't think I supreme court Justice is going to personally sue anybody in federal court because it would take five to ten years that'd be repeated depositions. In fact, the process would be such a gauntlet. I don't see Brad going through it even though he would probably win because when you win you win. And if you're Brad Kavanagh if you're married to him tonight. Aren't you saying Honey just do your job be a good judge, and let's move on with life. And I think there's something. No that can be done about all these people coming out of the woodwork with false accusations. You know? Six six hundred and fifty thousand dollars on the go fund me page. She's she's made hundreds of thousands of dollars. But she said cabinet office. Many. I would say Brad Kavanagh has got like a half million dollars to. I don't know what he's going to do it. But only go fund me paid somebody set one up for him. So I don't know. I wanted to bring up one other thing I like to listen to real liberal TD radio who like KPFK coming out of Los Angeles where we have haven't in Grand Rapids back here. We have a black radio talk show. And sometimes I can't listen to it because they just. They're very respectful of the president. I mean, I didn't vote for Obama. But I would never talk about. No, I would be respectful of the office of the president. Sometimes I learned really good things from them. Like, I was listening to this black talk show host, and he was talking about art surpreme court here in Michigan. And he was trying to all the Liberal Democrats were running for judges in Michigan were I usually don't vote for judge because I don't know them that. Well, but when he named the liberal gag is that they wanted on the supreme court here. Okay. Those are the ones I will vote for that. Those are the ones that said I'm not going that way since you're in Michigan that the stabbing now is there a chance she might lose. See she is such a clown. Is there a Debbie stabbing? Now is there a chance you might lose? She just I don't know her selling traced over in the Michigan is divided kind of in half. West. Michigan is conservatives Michigan as very, you know, we've got a large Muslim population. We got eight large black population. We got a large democratic population over there. And that's where she's out of. So the chances are slim. Not called up her office and said, you know, have you ever read the Koran, and they don't even answer you when you ask for a letter back from her. I can't imagine a worst Representative and Debbie stabber now, and she's running against a black Republican isn't he going to get a lot of African American voter not why I hope so although I did not vote for him. Because everybody some things about him getting money to certain people that I didn't kind of agree with. But because he was backed by Trump he got elected. So you know, we have a Muslim lady hit back here that's running unopposed for Senate because she's from Detroit, and it's largely Muslim now. So there's areas of Michigan like in Minnesota where we don't have any choice. People are not even running against her. It's unbelievable. Isn't it? Here. We got a proposal on our ballot which is really interesting because they're trying to get away get away with redistricting because they think it favors Republicans at the moment. So we've got an initiative proposal on the ballot now where they want to go to just thirteen people that will be picked by the secretary of state randomly. Random will be, you know, get pending on whether the secretary of state is a democrat or Republican and they're going to pick like thirteen people for decided Republican in four decided democrat, Jane if you just look at John James, I think John James has a shot at winning that seat. It would be wonderful. If this was an upset how anybody in Michigan vote for Debbie stab analysis beyond me..
"cabinet office" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"She alleged to be participants in this attack on her which Brett cabinet office seemed surprised by. And we've been redacted the names of those individuals at their request because they were alleged to be involved. The point I wanna make this. It is not accurate to say that those who knew about the time dispute this, we talked to a roommate from the the time that was living with him. When this alleged incident took place who said he was indeed frequently drunk that he took part inactivity that made him on surprised by this claim that he found this woman credible. He's one of several people in this story who back MS Ramirez and we wouldn't have run this if we didn't have a careful basis that people who had heard at the time and found her credible. But by your own admission, no. Why witnesses the incident? Absolutely. We disclose that up front and clothes that she was in Hebron it at the time. And I think the fact that she took several days to consider and really carefully make sure that she hadn't evidence area basis for this and other people were backing account who had heard at the time told speaks well of her level of caution. The behavior of someone who is fabricating. Wow. That is amazing. He has no evidence this guy at all. Wait. She took a couple of days to really think about the allegation. Dude. She had thirty seven years to think about this ellegation supposedly thirty seven years June have just a couple of days. Thinking about this, supposedly her whole life. And then he admits, yeah, we don't have any witnesses, but you still ran with the story. Are you kidding me? And then you go on the basis of some guy who knew that that Brett Kavanagh had been drunk in his past and that your evidence. It's not out of character that he would be frequently drunk. Wow. Then I guess let's start surprised by this. Yeah, let's put him behind bars right now just for being frequently drunk. Hell, how many kids in college are frequently drunk, but haven't sexually molested somebody? I'm going to hazard a guess that it's it's quite it's a high number. Wow, that's really bad. So Stephanopoulos pressed feral on the fact that Ramirez didn't originally remember Kavanagh's involvement. Let me press you on that. 'cause that's sent. It's really jump out at me when I read the article. She says it after six it. I wasn't sure. This was cavenaugh when you first came to her last week and then you right after six days of carefully assessing her memories into consulting with her attorney. She did become confident that him. L. done is incredible. Okay. So again, I think in this particular instance, it was since eighty three. So that's thirty five years. She'd been thinking about it for thirty five years and then so she still not clear up until that time. Then she took a few days in. Okay. Now it's all back to her. What. This is pathetic. So Faeroe says Ramirez only came forward after Senate Democrats starting started investigating the claim. Why did she come forward? She came forward because Senate Democrats began looking at this claim. Okay. So that doesn't give you a clue that maybe this isn't true. None of this stuff. Rang in alarm bell in your head Ronin. This is really bad stuff. This. Your smearing a guy who is who's been nominated for the US prem- court for no good reason. He also said that he takes reporting very seriously and he's, he's going to defend the story. You pointed out the witnesses, the students at the time who back up her story back up their claims Kavanagh's behavior at the time. Several others in the article say that they never heard anything like this at all. Even someone who professed to be her best friend at the time at any moment, you're writing the story. This close to the nomination. Did you sort of wanna push the pause button? Say, are we sure this is the right thing to do. Georgia. I just want to stress very clearly. We take reporting this tape, extremely serious edit entry basis for this number of witnesses were told at the time is strong..
"cabinet office" Discussed on The View
"We haven't talked about deputy attorney rod Rosenstein yet. I, you know, we heard he was going to get fired. Then he wasn't fired. He went over there wasn't there and the guy was a here. So was this just smoke and mirrors or was it truly a diabolical plan? It was just smoking mirrors and we, we all fell for it. Everybody was calling everybody. Everybody who's looking at news, everybody who's reading the breaking news alerts fired as he fired, and it was just getting everybody off of the supreme court off the cabinet office, three hours. Same thing with Thursday. Why is the press so easily? You know, just so suggestive tha that we're hyper vigilance, hyper vigilant vigilant. I think so much happens with this president that is so out of bounds out of whack, not normal that were literally sort of a kind of always in a frenzy. He's ABC ready? Yeah. Oh, totally. It's terrible. I can't resign say he's not going to resign. He's not going to get five. There's you've got one month before the midterms and everybody knows inside and outside the White House. You've got eleven twelve Senate races that are up in the air. Donald Trump creates a constitutional crisis a month before the election. All of those Senate seats go blue. They're just not gonna do it. They'll just vote for Delvaux. He's probably not. Do you never know. All right. Let me ask you something. Do you feel like these because the Woodward book came out and now not a novice op Ed? Do you think it's better for these people who are whistle blowers, basically, the stay in the job, or is it better to lead? I listen, I think they need to speak out, leaving speak out. I don't think having people working from within defying the president's stealing stuff off his desk, not taking his orders that is not a good direction for this country. Everybody says the institutions will hold. The institutions are made of people, and people are not perfect. If you have a problem with what's going on inside this White House, I think Judy is to resign and speak out. I know somebody else. Listen. To get to balancing act. I just not to make it too personal, but I'm very glad your dad's and Russia. And I mean that seriously very glad that Madison's at the DOD, we've got some good people in their very glad that Dan Coats is the director of national intelligence. There are people who were speaking truth to power. I will say though they need to convince the president to move in a different direction. They don't need to be subverting his will. He was elected with, we like it or not. The man won the electoral college, and so what's that? Maybe maybe, but with all of the all the Russian, Tom. We, we don't know what happened. We don't know what hap- resource, but, but it wasn't challenged. I'm just saying you're inside. You did if you're inside the White House and you're working for the president of the United States, you've you know what lead follow or get out of the way, and if they could do that get out of the way and please just one of them come out and tell your story about how sleighs it is inside of there. Let me ask you this. It looks like the cabinet hearing is still on for Thursday despite the fact that you have prominent Republicans like Lindsey, Graham saying his vote isn't changing no matter what she says. Mitch McConnell saying that they should plow right through and that he is going to be appointed. What are the odds that he gets confirmed to the supreme court? He might, but look, I think there should be an FBI investigation. I think Republicans should call for it. I don't know what they have to lose at this point except for quite frankly, the women vote in the midterms, afraid of the afraid of something. So it was going well, I don't wanna have come out right? What we have here though in this morning, you know, we, we decided like nobody comes on our show and smear somebody or convict somebody or tear someone down for speaking out what we have in the media right now is a trial and a conviction happening in the media. This is so bad for our country and. This is what Trump wants. Your need an FBI, democratic senators that are going out. Make your purse and..
"cabinet office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Strikes, by ours pilots we will get back to the Brexit discussion by the way the stock is barely nudging eight tenths of one percent higher we will of course keep an eye on that Ryanair will be offering transfers to Poland more on the Ryanair story as we go through the date night to available Any statements this is. The Irish Foreign minister Dave I have you on the blind, spot here I've got the heads you. Don't he's basically saying time and space is. Needed, to work. Through the proposals and he is also. Saying that May's Brexit plan is a step forward. On the basis for. Talks he's making these statements on the BBC is quite a progressive step I would say from the point of view because the single biggest loser Brexit apart from the UK is the Irish. Economy absolutely and, and in a no Brexit Brexit it is by far the. Biggest hit, as well and I think we're hearing not just from the Irish though also round Europe's and more positive. Signs I think it'd be look what happened yesterday Let's talk about all Robbins and his. Role in all this his role becomes elevated after. The maneuvers yesterday he's been this sort of dark, operated behind the scenes but. His someone that the Europeans fill that they can do business rather than his plant a lotta time in Brussels his really been at the heart medications and MRs may put him for she took him out of the out of Dexia and put him into, the cabinet office months ago removing him from under. David Davis and now, she's that, into. Line and saying well actually the whole thing. Is going to be run out. Of my officer audit Robbins because very important his someone that the e. U side like he's the one to push for this agenda the fact that we're getting these positive. Messages we've had it for MRs the lost two weeks we've now. Got it from the Irish is saying this is a starting point that's why we're seeing the reaction positively in the in the. Currency markets because is all points to, is a software Brexit are a closer relationship with. Europe as the endgame there is about though when it comes, to what Simon Coveney's telling the BBC. Today he says that it's difficult to set Separate goods and services in the future trade deal with, the United Kingdom I mean that's going to be key going forward that very very issue and to what extent Theresa. May is going to be able to make compromises with the EU going. Forward so that is going to be a huge isn't it because that is the the heart of, this white paper there's checkers agreement, is the different treatment for services for goods, and, of, course kids are about twenty percent of the British economy and eighty percents services so she's managed to get the backing of cabinet by saying well aligned with your on on goods but. The vast majority of our economy economists services. And we're gonna be free to during desert roundabout. Any suggestion that is she's going to have to, compromise on that I really. What we're talking about here is keeping Britain in the single market in its entirety and that's going to be hugely difficult to get through her in party David thank you so much David merrit on man on Brexit quick one line on Ryan adhere to, cut their Dublin-based feet by twenty percent For the. Winter of, twenty eighteen Saudi rolling strikes by Irish pilots there, will be. Offers to transfer to Poland strikes heard Haifa bookings and Ford f..
"cabinet office" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"For you and your thoughts if you call in now in studio tonight it's been daryl and chris and yeah let's real quick talk about the inefficiency of government actually we've been talking about that most of the night but specifically the inefficiency of congress headlined from reason senate can't muster votes to trim zero point zero eight percent of federal budget well you know those small government republicans hold on we've got a republican house we've got a republican senate we've got republicans in the white house at the head of every cabinet office we've got a republican president got a republican vice president it just seems like if they were truly that that they could probably come together and figure out how to trim less than one percent of the federal budget less than one tenth of one percent i'm sorry i'm zero point zero eight percent i'm sorry denies zero point zero eight of the federal budget i i'm all for a federal government that is zero point zero eight per says the size of what it is today a bill backed by the white house that would have cut a modest fifteen billion dollars in federal spending thority fell to vote shy of passage in the senate on wednesday unreal the author says as they explained when the bill cleared the house two weeks ago these socalled recision package actually cut just one point one billion dollars in federal spending with those cuts spread over the next ten years here's the rest of these supposed cuts were the result of sweeping up unused budgetary authority from various departments and agencies from the current budget so what they were voting on was actually to cut one point one billion dollars in spending which would have amounted to zero point zero eight percent of the one point three trillion dollar spending bill passed by congress and signed by president trump in march okay a smaller federal footprint we need smaller government at every level that is a core belief of republicans.
EU tariffs on US goods come into force
"Kicks in but a deal is yet to be signed with nine months to go bosses frustrated with the lack of progress and says a failure to agree transition period could be catastrophic for the company the aircraft makers parts crossed the channel multiple times airbus estimated could take a financial hit of one billion euros a week if there's no deal the company which is party owned by several european governments says airbus would then have to reconsider its investments in the uk tom williams is the company's chief operating officer become increasingly was lack of quality we had already beginning to press the button on crisis actions and clearly the challenge a went off decision that be a series of significant decisions that will accumulate as we go over the next couple of months six thousand people work at the factory at broughton in north wales the welsh government is said the company's comments are extremely worrying but the u k government says given the progress it's continuing to make in the brexit negotiations it doesn't take expect what it calls a no deal scenario to arise the chancellor philip hammond has insisted that his department is not the enemy of brexit in his annual mansion house speech in the city of london last night mr hammond said he was focused on boosting prosperity by promoting ties with the european union after britain leaves his comments challenge a recent claim by the foreign secretary boris johnson that the treasury was basically the heart of remain our economics editor kamal ahmed listened to the chancellor's speech it was not a particularly coded message sent those including the foreign secretary boris johnson who claim the treasury is at the heart of remain philip hammond said he was simply trying to construct the best deal for britain by securing an enduring partnership with the european union which was britain's most important trading partner that does not make the treasury on my watch the enemy of brexit rather it makes it the champion of prosperity for the british people outside the u but working and trading closely with it mr hammond said it was vital that britain's significant financial services sector was given fair access to the rest of the eu and argued that it was in both sides interest to come to an agreement on both a final deal and they transition period to avoid any disruption to billions of pounds worth of trade the s and p has said that relations between the british and scottish governments at their lowest point since steve aleutian began this morning scotland's first minister nncholas sturgeon will hold talks with the cabinet office minister david livingston her first since she accused westminster ripping up the conventions underpinning delusion the uk set press ahead with the eu withdraw bill despite its rejection by the scottish parliament arrange of american products will be subject to new import duties from this morning across the european union the action has been taken in response to the us trade tariffs on steel in aluminium the president of the european commission jeanclaude yonker has said the eu will do whatever is necessary to safeguard its trade interests his europe correspondent kevin connolly it would be hard to find anyone in the e u who shares donald trump's view the trade between europe and the united states is so unfairly balanced that the europeans are ripping off their american partners that'd be still less support his view the trade wars can be good and easy to win donald trump's tariffs on european steel and aluminium will not be onto the twenty five percent levy on a catholic selected ranger quintessential american products from motorcycles in jeans to orange juice and bourbon prices for consumers should go up very quickly and went come down again until the transatlantic trade deal can be agreed the grip of mp's has concluded that the probation system is a mess and that reforms in england and wales in recent years have worked for years ago the system was partly privatized and monitoring was extended to prisoners who had served short jail terms the justice select committee found that staff morale was an all time low and that support for prisoners leaving jail was wholly inadequate speaking on this program the chief inspector of probation dame glenys stacey said that some private organizations had struggled to provide the necessary support many of them have actually been very ambitious to to do things about to.
"cabinet office" Discussed on AP News
"In the first quarter the cabinet office says the gross domestic product or gdp that total value of nations goods and services shrank at an annualized rate of point six percent in january through march period that revisions unchanged from the preliminary reading released in may the data also shows domestic demand declined in the quarter including consumer spending and residential investment buckingham palace says queen elizabeth has had is surgery to treat a cataract the queen who's ninety two had the surgery last month the palaces the surgery which involves replacing a cloudy lens inside the eye with an artificial one was successful the queen's been seen wearing sunglasses at a number of recent public engagements the palaces she was treated as an outpatient at a hospital in central london caterpillars have been making road slippery in maine the maine department of transportation had posted an alert for two days in the town of blue hill the alert let drivers know the insects were making things slippery along route fifteen or minds road the department said the incident had been cleared on thursday w mta tv reports the department of agriculture conservation and forestry so the caterpillars are wandering as they eat oak tree leaves and the main culprit is the forest tent caterpillar they should finish feeding toward the end of june until then people should expect to see them wandering the department says other caterpillar culprits are the brown tail moth and gypsy moth when we know how to eat lean never agree on where to go burgers pizza tacos it is the one thing we.
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"In for celebrity chef anthony bourdain ap correspondent warren levinson reports celebrities and chefs alike are reacting on twitter ordin ramsey said on twitter that anthony bourdain brought the world into our homes and inspired many people to explore cultures andrew zimmer host of bizarre foods wrote that apart of his heart is truly broken adam richmond the actor and host of man vs food tweeted why dane who was sixty one was found dead in a hotel in eastern france near the borders with switzerland and germany cnn says he was shooting a segment of his series parts unknown in strasbourg warren levinson new york japan's economy declined in the first quarter the cabinet office's the gross domestic product or gdp that total value of nation's goods and services shrank at an annualized rate of point six percent in january through march period that revisions unchanged from the preliminary reading released in may the data also shows domestic demand declined in the quarter including consumer spending and residential investment egypt says it has repatriated nine illegally smuggled artifacts from franz the foreign ministry says french authorities had seized the artifacts to the train station in paris in two thousand twelve the artifacts include parts of five coffins two statues of cats a depiction of a human head made of vessel and roic mosque made of wood in november twenty fourteen france agreed to return two hundred and thirty nine pieces to egypt is part of egypt's efforts to stop the trafficking of its antiquities it's worn for top floors at rock bottom prices homeowners.
"cabinet office" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"No anyway this of borrowers you say yes for silverware she's like there isn't there was no silverware in medieval times answer's no silver at medieval times and matthew broderick there's no silverware but they had pepsi and she's looks in goes look i got a lotta tables man that is kind of 100 i'll tell you that look i got mad and degrade the alone leave me alone and i'll just want blessing i also he's over borys yes there are even in the uk right they're trying to tell trump this is a bad idea like the uk cabinet office minister who is it david ludington he was even like yeah you know we tried that protection stuff with our car manufacturers in the '60s and '70s and that actually didn't work razor it protected inefficiencies and we lost all our export markets because our competitors who are more competitive went out and gobbled those up from a so everyone's trying to tell him like not enough this this in the way to do it but i guess just smashed a lagos bread it was not living 10 mr trump the election season happened yesterday in texas a miles what we learn well we learned that texassized poised to send to latinas to congress for the first time pu uh another getter attitude isn't good woke kamal but as the other podcasts you do grand river stormer i saw it and it's a seems a little bit lake answering the demographics in texas but either way veronica escobar and soviet garcia are on their way in with only reason we assume this is a foregone conclusion is because how solidly blue their districts are the thread running in say are and one of the gary few yeah and also battle rourke uh you know he got the nomination for the democrats to run against ted cruz and with but one of the really interesting things with the turnout was like a historic in texas for democrats i like i think in 2014 there something like six hundred thousand democrats showed up this uh this go around it was like something just over a million radio that's a huge that yeah but however the republicans they were like i think one and a half million re.
"cabinet office" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The time his office was raided back in 2000 late they say in any case even fleece admit any materials fund was legal and they say they are at quotes gold smart's that set former police officers in their view of breaching the agility of confidentiality by putting these allegations on the record now this was rude or is it related to completely different investigation into home office leaks and they believe still in the campaign to get damien green we had mentioned the cabinet office inquiry senator what's the state is vanquished do do we know when it's going to be published or or would it be publish where we know what's in it we know we don't yet know when it's going to formally deport we will not see the findings the cabinet office inquiry it's been looked at by the way ahead of ethics sue gray at we will get the outcome come of that inquiry whether anything happens do they mean jim we find that out we don't get the detail about a partly deeming drina all his former members of staff have untold being interviewed for that inquiry so too has bob quick the senior investigating officer said at the time of the 2008 rate and a person who initially made these allegations but pornography being phone there but for now i'm told so you're doing things not going to say anything publicly until this inquiry reports until it's in public domain but he is absolute the minded to stay in his job is not going to a phony soared because of these eddin jali gatien's this morning in watson thanks the time is now twenty two seven at seven wicket the papers and these websites in the daily mirror frontpage resembles a to from the american wild west it beaches a picture of donald trump onto the words not wanted according to the times the farright group britain fast have faced it at the president's retweeting that these to their support it says the lead to pool golden claims to proceed hundreds of eu membership applications the new york times says mr trump's tweets of managed to unique feat uniting person an outrage the washington post talks of the disruptive wake unleashed by the trump tweets and says mps on all sides lined up to express condemnation in remarks rarely uttered in.
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"The new service yet it's expected to begin in late 2019 after disney's deal with netflixing expires disney are reddy announced that disney and pixar movies and disney tv shows we'll beyond the service at in the star wars than marvel movie is like the avengers and guardians of the galaxy could make the new service appealing to teenagers and adults revis government data showed the japanese economy grew at a slower pace in the april through june quarter not the surprisingly strong spurred indicated vein earlier estimate the cabinet office said friday that gross domestic product or gdp the total value of the nation's goods and services grew at an annualized rate eight of two point five percent that second preliminary reading the dramatic adjustment from the first preliminary reading released last month a four percent growth private sector investment for the quarter was lowered in the latest data from two point four percent two point five percent although less upbeat than the earlier numbers data show the growth continues to whole up shutting the doldrums of the decades of slow down the dragged in the nation after the bubble economy burst in the 1990s a giant image of star wars character princess leia has been cut into a cornfield in evansville indiana jeremy global design the mazen and february more than a month after carrie fisher's death in december as a way to honour her he planted that this spring using a gps device the coroner's now mature and it's true sales outlined the star wars characters base distinctive hair style and part of her upper body the meza a farms is open to paying customers ties center this is a good time to try to make these backstage prices are so low you're never niedecken high have all the hottest looks feminist anthem.