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Trump and Biden hit key states in final campaign stops

WTOP 24 Hour News

04:12 min | 2 months ago

Trump and Biden hit key states in final campaign stops

"Of the axioms of presidential campaigning watch where where the the candidates candidates are are travelling travelling in in the the final final days. days. And And on on this this final final day day of of activity activity before before Election Election Day, Day, it it looks looks like like Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is is considered considered the the most most important important prize prize and joining us live CBS News Political reporter Caitlin Huey Burns, who's been all over Pennsylvania. Caitlin, Thank you so much for joining us. Hi. Thanks for having me. So you're on the road somewhere in Pennsylvania. Why has the Keystone state emerged as perhaps the chief target here by both the Trump and Biden campaigns. That's right. We're leaving Bucks County and heading back to Philadelphia. This is the battleground of all battlegrounds. President Trump was here making four stops around Pennsylvania yesterday. Joe Biden is barnstorming the state today with this family come alone. There is also here. Pennsylvania is key for a couple of different reasons. First, it offers 20 electoral votes. A huge prize for whoever wins the presidency and also in 2016, it was decided by just 44,000 votes that's such and there are large in and at the margin that help Trump When the White House he's hoping it helped when again, But both campaigns say that this is a very close race, perhaps closer than the polls we've to believe, and the Biden campaign wants to take know voter for granted. They're crossing all over the state today, hoping to get every last vote out. We also know that Pennsylvania this is the first time that they're having absentee ballots, no excuse absentee ballot programming. About three million people have requested an accepted absentee ballots. Um, we've been talking to voters who like this process. Want to make sure Their vote isn't to be counted. You know, it seems like Pennsylvania. Like many other states, It's really an election between the cities in the suburbs and then the rural areas where the president has a real stronghold. That's absolutely right. So you're going to see the vice President Joe Biden, campaigning and places like Philadelphia and the suburbs around Philadelphia, which, as we've seen since the 2018 midterms have shown kind of perhaps a realignment of the parties also campaigning in places like Pittsburgh. The president, meanwhile, has been campaigning in areas that he flipped. In 2016 counties. Ah ah, that, you know that include former Vice President Joe Biden, hometown of Scranton, Uh, that flipped from Obama to Trump in 2016 hoping to maintain those areas support. You're going to hear the president. Talk about oil and fracking. You're going to hear Joe Biden really talk about Krone virus pandemic and making that a centerpiece of his campaign. We talk a lot about bellwether places. What part of Pennsylvania? Are you considering the bellwether tomorrow night to see which way things might go? Well, a couple of different places that we focused our reporting right now. We as I mentioned we're in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This is a place where the margins have really narrowed in 2016. Hillary Clinton wanted by fewer than 3000. Votes, and you talk to a variety of different voters at a early Dropbox location, who kind of gave us a sense of that area as a key battleground watch. We're also keeping an eye on those three counties that Trump flipped from Obama to trump in 2016 1 of them is a place that we were over the weekend, North Hampton An area that we were walking around name neighbors, neighborhoods with canvassers and finding trumps science Next. If I don't sign their neighbors against neighbors, you could be in the same neighborhood and be supporting two very different candidates. So those are kind of the areas that we're watching to see. It's basically a game of turning out your voters. And that's why if you live in Pennsylvania, you're likely getting calls from campaigns urging UT either Get your ballot in or show up on election Day. Hey, Caitlin, our time is up, So I need a quick answer on this, but Do you agree with this? Thought that whoever wins Pennsylvania wins the election. I think it is going to be critical to whoever with the White House. All

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Democrat Biden faces calls to address sexual-assault allegation

WBBM Morning News

08:28 min | 9 months ago

Democrat Biden faces calls to address sexual-assault allegation

"Movement a debate is brewing over whether Joe Biden should respond to a recent allegations of sexual assault terror Reid accused Biden publicly last year of touching her neck and shoulders when she worked in the Senate office that was during the nineteen nineties the last month she changed her story to include a claim of sexual assault Biden's campaign has denied the accusations investigations by major news organizations including CBS news have been inconclusive house speaker Nancy Pelosi came to Biden's defense Thursday just days after formally endorsing his presidential campaign I have complete respect the whole me too movement I have four daughters and one son and there's a lot of excitement around the idea that women will be heard and be listened to there is also due process and the fact that Joe Biden is Joe Biden ugh there's been some statements from his campaign not his campaign but his former employees who ran his offices in the rest that there was never any records I have great comfort level with it is the situation as I see it with all the respect in the world for any woman who comes forward with all the highest regard for Joe Biden CVS and political reporter Caitlin Huey burns has been following this story and joins me now so Caitlyn tell us more about this allegation and efforts to corroborate it that's right will Joe Biden himself we have just learned is supposed to go on MSNBC tomorrow morning to address these allegations and that would be the first time in the thirty or so days since terror Reid brought these allegations forward and Joe Biden will have made a public statement himself so that's significant and that comes as pressure has been building from Democrats for Joe Biden to come out and address this now his campaign has said that this did not happen that this allegation is completely false what we have learned over the past few days and have kind of breathe new life into these allegations our reports showing that a neighbor and a brother of terror Reid have corroborated her account and we've we've seen several questions being raised about her account over the past several weeks and months and she had brought this forward initially when she had talked about the way in which five made her feel uncomfortable she did not talk about any sexual assault that came in a later interview us to there have been questions about those stories but because Biden hasn't addressed this in person publicly by the it has raised a lot of questions and so you can see that the pressure has been building on his campaign to address this and it looks like they will take that step tomorrow to house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that she is quote satisfied with the Biden campaigns response how important is her support in this matter well in the absence of a statement from buying himself it has really fallen to women lawmakers and leaders to come to his defense and so significant blows these comments there but we've also seen that this comes against the backdrop of Biden's starting the process to pick a running mate and remember he said that he will absolutely pick a woman running mates of several of those potential contenders like Kamilla Harris any clover shar Stacey Abrams Gretchen Whitmer and others has been out doing interviews trying to talk about the pandemic that's going on and the national response they've been wanting to be critical of trump's response but at every turn they have to also ask answer these questions about these allegations against Biden and because buying himself hadn't been out there answering questions were being asked them it really falls on to these women and kind of makes this a difficult position for them to be N. as these beef steaks are going on it kind of adds another layer to the bad job description really and so that's one element of this I should know that by now has not had a press conference since April second he has done several media interviews where he has not been asked about these allegations that of course will change tomorrow so I want to ask about another dimension to the story as well given given what we saw during the confirmation process for Supreme Court justice Frank Kavanagh could this situation now for Democrats in a difficult position going into November I think this presents a real challenge for Democrats and that's why you've seen many of them kind of urging at least privately buying to come forward and clear the air a little bit more at least provide some kind of public statement because you are right to mention those Cavanaugh hearings Democrats have made a point to kind of try and claim the moral high ground on the issue of sexual assault and harassment in this era of B. two going back to when senators ousted al Franken over allegations made against him that was kind of a a real first step in this effort by Democrats to be able to kind of clear their own tax and declare themselves the story on on these kinds of things and they really set a bar for themselves and so that's why when we come to allegations like this one it does raise a lot of questions about Democrats especially those who served on the Judiciary Committee during the capitol hearings several of them come on harassing the clover shark to name a few are considered to be a potential running mates for Joe Biden so this also raises an additional layer of scrutiny and questions about that and that's why you've seen this pressure building from Democrats for Joe Biden to address this issue now when we look at the statements coming from some of these women lawmakers and newsmakers responding to this they have said that terror Reid has the right to be heard that she should be heard and that these kinds of allegations should be taken seriously on the other hand they are also vouching for Biden's credentials on this as well his campaign has pointed to the way in which he co authored the reauthorization of the violence against women act it has kind of made his public life about this but again this does raise a lot of challenges for Democrats if they don't address this right now and raises questions about how they can kind of keep this issue going in November so this is one accusation against Joe Biden president trump has faced dozens of accusations from women some may ask is Joe Biden being held to a different standard and if so is it clear why it is important to note that this is just one allegation and there have not been any others that have come forward against Joe Biden said that's an important distinction but I think the reason that you are seeing this pressure applied is because Democrats have set the standard for themselves so you can argue that this is something that Democrats kind of have to reckon with when it comes to people in their own ranks I given the way in which they have really trying to kind of be at the forefront of this issue to lead on the issue of violence against women and kind of establish this moral high ground in the era of me too but it's showing the complications of that this whole dynamic is showing the challenges that could arise in in in ways it can kind of backfire and so that's kind of the dilemma that Democrats are facing now but it's important to note that this is a bar that they set for themselves up early on and something that they have continued to

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Following Klobuchar's exit from the Democratic race, some Houston voters throw their weight behind Biden

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Following Klobuchar's exit from the Democratic race, some Houston voters throw their weight behind Biden

"It it is is super super Tuesday Tuesday delegates delegates up up for for grabs grabs tonight tonight in in the the fourteen fourteen states states including Massachusetts that are casting ballots CBS's Caitlin Huey burns talking to voters in Houston Texas today that is a big prize about former vice president Joe Biden's prospects there's a big question that I've had over the past twenty four hours heading into today and talking to voters here is whether the drop outs from but a judge and clover shark and their endorsement of Joe Biden has had any impact on the race and I did talk to one woman who said that she had been supporting any clover shark throughout this contest she was ready to vote for her today I found out that she dropped out and supported Joe Biden so she said that she voted for Joe Biden to

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Surging Sanders to be in the crosshairs at South Carolina Democratic debate

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00:57 sec | 11 months ago

Surging Sanders to be in the crosshairs at South Carolina Democratic debate

"CBS news update I have to look at some of the debates and and make my final decision on hold on hold for South Carolina voters will see seven democratic presidential candidates up close and personal with tonight's debate in Charleston Bernie Sanders as the front runner but CBS is Caitlin Huey burns says Michael Bloomberg is also one to watch he did not have a good debate performance by all measures last week on his campaign says that they've been preparing for tonight hoping to really keep the focus on Bernie Sanders and help winnow the field observers say Joe bike needs a win to give his campaign a needed shot in the arm political analyst Leslie Sanchez says he can argue he'll continue the Obama legacy what I think voters are looking for is authenticity are they going to really deliver on that I think that's where buying has the advantage he has a record you can say you know who I am you know what I represent and you know all deliver with some of the other candidates you don't know CBS news update I'm Pam

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2020 Democratic Debate Latest: Night One's Biggest Moments

KNX Evening News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

2020 Democratic Debate Latest: Night One's Biggest Moments

"Ten democratic presidential candidates sparring on a range of issues at their first debate in miami they spoke on immigration tensions with iran the economy healthcare climate change and guns twenty twenty contender cory booker says the democratic party is on the same page most of america agrees with the policy of jacob's of our party but that message may not have resonated with better rourke and wholly on castro family because you're fleeing violence for the repeal the thirteen twenty make sure second you let him finish c._b._s. news reporter caitlin huey burns from the florida debate stage became very heated juliane on costra telling aurora that he hasn't done his homework these are two texan for gration is a serious campaign issue particularly this week as we've seen those images so this issue i think that that moment of the sparring i was quite notable we haven't seen anything else like it sense the next ten candidates spar off

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"caitlin huey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Paycheck. Through the shutdown. We have to close down our government with building that wa-. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling President Trump to postpone his state of the union address. Shut up. Mazing Geraldo Hawaii amendment this country just shut up and step up. We're right here with you still pay our taxes and bringing you all you need to know AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. CBS news update, President Trump's offering temporary protection for people illegally brought to the United States as children and other groups of immigrants facing deportation in exchange for funding for his controversial border wall. He's problems can be solved. But only if we have the political courage to do what is just and what is right CBS news, political reporter Caitlin Huey burns. Democrats have already said that this is not something that they are going to support and for a couple of different reasons one they say that they want to open up the government before they have any talks on immigration. And they also argue that the reason that many Docker giants are in limbo are because the president ended the program. They also argue that it doesn't include a path to citizenship, which is something that they have wanted. And that it is still very temporary. They wanted more permanent fixes Democrats are insisting and the partial government shutdown now, and then we'll talk about border security CBS news update. I'm Sam Litzinger. Staffed almost I'm Brian Vance. That's one of the stories we're following.

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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s future in question

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s future in question

"Shanavie. Will he stay or will he go questions about rod Rosenstein future as deputy attorney general amid reports he had discussed ways to remove President Trump from office over incompetence Rosenstein had a meeting today with chief of staff John Kelly and is expected to meet Thursday with the president CBS's. Paula reed. Deputy attorney general of the United States as he was when he woke up this morning, and it looks like he will be until Thursday. So it's just it's interesting to me that he was already expected to be at the White House for a cabinet level meeting. The possibility that Rosenstein could be fired has shown in congress looking at ways to protect special counsel, Robert Muller CBS political reporter Caitlin. Huey burn. The question. I have as of today, even though rod Rosenstein does remain the deputy attorney general of the United States. Does this prompt lawmakers to revisit this legislation and say, no, this is no longer quite a hypothetical had a little bit of a fire drill? This week if we can call it that. And so do we need to have something in place to place some parameters around the

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"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"First News this morning with, Gordon Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year. And while many democratic women have been fueled by the. Donald Trump era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing gender on the campaign trail Caitlin Huey burns has written a. Piece for, real clear politics called female GOP candidates issue shoe the gender card and joins us now. Caitlyn, why are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues for, a couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic, side then on the Republican side and there are a few different, reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves that I've talked to they know that there has been a long disparity between. Republicans and Democrats in terms of, infrastructure here towards your creating and helping and fundraising for women Candidates we've seen that a lot on. The democratic side and? Number one this this time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the new era is really fueling women. On the democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running the cycle a couple of, candidates I talked to noted that are running on the. Republican side noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called it they don't like to play identity politics. As they, called it while running for congress and so some of these women candidates who could be. The, first women to represent their states and some cases in the, Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they could break, a barrier this way it's not really a focus of their, campaign instead they want to focus on the issues Caitlyn one of, those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she Running on Well she is running as a top ally of. President Trump's she is very close with him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in. The Senate she has long represented Tennessee as a. US congresswoman, in fact when she was elected to that post in early, two thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband. In office so she has recognized that she has broken. Some barriers and she talked to me about ways in which she is encouraging women to get. Into politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and. Her state it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular, in Tennessee traditional. Republican state he wanted pretty handily in two thousand sixteen super candidate Like Blackburn it makes sense for her. To run as an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate and some other places it's a little bit more difficult we're. Speaking with Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics in those states that aren't heavily Trump country are, the women who. Are running getting away from the Trump message at all It really depends on. The district, and the state so for example and in Arizona which. Has never sent a woman to, the US Senate before and we'll likely do so, given that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting to see what the Trump effect will be Arizona is a, state that the president won by just three, points it's a it's a state, that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats and. So you have the the the, women candidates on the Republican side Mark inex- Sally current congresswoman who was the first female combat at first female woman first woman, to fly in a combat mission and in the air, force and you have Kelli ward. Who's a physician both vying for the Republican primary and that's not until the end of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself to Trump And motivate base, voters and then try to tack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This portion of the program is brought to you by Brooke linen did you know Brooklyn, sheets, were a name the winner of the best of online betting category by good housekeeping Brooklyn is the fastest growing betting brand in the world, for twenty thousand five star reviews Brooklyn and was started, by a husband and wife who didn't think it. Should be so difficult and expensive to, get sheets like that at home their mission bring five-star hotel quality sheets to everyday life and they are luxury sheets without the luxury markup Brooklyn and sheets don't just feel great but.

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"caitlin huey" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"In for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year and while. Many democratic women have been fueled by the Donald Trump era. And the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing up gender on the campaign trail. Caitlin Huey burns has written a piece for real, clear politics called female GOP candidate so the gender card and joins us now Caitlyn why? Are, female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues for a couple, of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on democratic side, than on Republican side and there are a. Few different reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to lay note that there has been a long disparity between Republicans and Democrats. In terms of infrastructure tier towards your creating and helping and fundraising, for women candidates we've seen. That a lot on the democratic side and number one this This time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the metoo era is really fueling women on the democratic side and so that creates some, challenges for Republican women running this cycle a couple of candidates. I talked to noted that are running on the Republican side noted that they don't. Like to play the gender card as they called, it they don't like to play identity politics as they called it while running for congress? And, so some of these women candidates who could be the first, women to represent their states and some cases in the Senate for example, have said that while they liked the idea that they could, break a barrier this way it's not really. A focus of their campaign instead they want to focus on the issues Caitlyn one of those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in. Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she running, on Well she is running as a top. Ally of President Trump she is very close with him has made. Clear that she would be an ally of his in the Senate she has long represented Tennessee as a US congresswoman in fact when she was elected to that. Post in the early two thousand she was the first woman to go to congress. From Tennessee who did not succeed her husband in office so she has recognized that she has broken some barriers and she talked, to me, about ways in which she is encouraging women to get into politics but she also is, very supportive of this president supportive of his. Policies, and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and her state it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular in Tennessee traditional Republican state he wanted. Pretty handily and twenty six Eighteen Candidate like Blackburn it makes sense for her to run as an ally of, Trump even though she's a woman candidates and some other, places it's a little bit more. Difficult we're speaking with Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics in those states that aren't heavily Trump country are the women who are running Getting away from the Trump message at all It. Really depends on, the district and the state so for example in in Arizona which has never sent a woman to the US Senate before and we'll likely do so given, that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting. To see what the Trump effect will be Arizona is a state. That the, president won by just three points it's a it's a. State that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats and so you have the the women candidates on the Republican side Martha mcsally current congresswoman who was the first female combat at first female woman person woman to fly in, a combat mission and in the air force, and you have Kelli ward who's, a physician both vying for the Republican primary. And that's not until the end, of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself to try Jumped and motivate base, voters and then try to tack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear.

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"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTOK

"Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year. And while many democratic women have been fueled by the Donald. Trump era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing up gender on the campaign trail Caitlin Huey burns has written. A piece, for real clear politics called female GOP candidates shoe the, gender card and joins us now. Caitlyn, why are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues Fokker, a couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic, side then on the Republican side and there. Are a few different, reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to you may note that there has been a long disparity between Republicans and Democrats in terms of, infrastructure here towards your crusading and helping and fundraising for women Candidates we've seen that a lot. On the democratic side? And number one this this time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the metoo era is really fueling. Women on the democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running the cycle a couple, of candidates I talked to noted that are running on the. Republican side noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called it they don't like to play identity. Politics as, they called it while running for congress and so some, of these women candidates who could. Be, the first women to represent their states in some cases in, the Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they could, break a barrier this way it's not really a focus of, their campaign instead they want to focus on. The issues Caitlyn one, of those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she Running on Well she is running as a top ally of. President Trump's she is very close with him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in. The Senate she has long represented Tennessee as. US congresswoman, in fact when she was elected to that post in the early, two thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband. In office so she has recognized that she has broken. Some barriers and she talked to me about ways in which she is encouraging women to get. Into politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and. Her state it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular, in Tennessee traditional. Republican state he won it pretty handily in two thousand sixteen silver candidate Like Blackburn it makes sense for. Her to run as an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate and some other places it's a little bit more difficult. We're speaking with Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics in those states that aren't heavily Trump country, are the women. Who are running getting away from the Trump message at all It really depends on. The district and the state so for example and in Arizona. Which has never sent a woman, to the US Senate before and we'll likely do so given that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting to see what the Trump effect will be Arizona, is a state that the president won by, just three points it's at the, state that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats. And so you have the the, the women candidates on the Republican side Martha mcsally current congresswoman who was the first female combat at first female woman first woman, to fly in a combat mission and in the air, force and you have Kelli ward. Who's a physician both vying for the Republican primary and that's not until the end of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself should try And motivate base, voters and then try to tack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This,.

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More Women Than Ever Are Running for Congress in 2018

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:41 min | 2 years ago

More Women Than Ever Are Running for Congress in 2018

"Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year. And while many democratic women have been fueled by the Donald. Trump era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing up gender on the campaign trail Keat, Lynn Huey burns has written a. Piece for, real clear politics called female GOP candidate so shoe the gender card and joins us now. Caitlyn, why are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues for, a couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic, side then on the Republican side and there. Are a few different reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to they note that there has been a along disparity between Republicans and Democrats in terms of, infrastructure here towards your crusading and helping and fundraising for women Candidates who seen that a. Lot on the democratic? Side and number one this this time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the metoo era is really. Fueling women on the democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running this cycle a, couple of candidates I talked to noted that are running on. The Republican side noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called it they, don't like to play identity politics. As they, called it while running for congress and so some of these women candidates who could be? The, first women to represent their states and some cases in the, Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they could break, a barrier this way it's not really a focus of their, campaign instead they want to focus on the. Issue Caitlyn one of those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she Running on Well she is running as a top ally of. President Trump she is very close, with him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in. The Senate she has long represented Tennessee as. US congresswoman, in fact when she was elected to that post in the early, two thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband. In office so she has recognized that she has broken. Some barriers and she talked to me about ways in which she is encouraging women to get. Into politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and. Her state it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular, in Tennessee traditional. Republican state he wanted pretty handily in two thousand sixteen candidate Like Blackburn it makes sense for her to. Run as an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate and some other places it's a little bit more difficult we're speaking. With Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics in those states that aren't heavily Trump country are the, women who are. Running getting away from the Trump message at all It really depends on the district and the state so for example and in. Arizona which has never sent a, woman to the US Senate before and we'll likely, do so given that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting to see what the Trump effect will be, Arizona is a state that the president won, by just three points at the, state that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats. And so you have the the, the women candidates on the Republican side Martha mcsally a current congresswoman who was the first female combat first female woman first woman, to fly in a combat mission and in the air, force and you have Kelli ward. Who's a physician both vying for the Republican primary and that's not until the end of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself should Trump And motivate base, voters and then try to tack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This.

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"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTRH

"Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year. And while many democratic women have been fueled by the. Donald Trump era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing gender on the campaign trail Caitlin Huey burns has written. A piece, for real clear politics called female GOP candidates issue the gender card and joins us now. Caitlyn, why are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues for, a couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic, side then on the Republican side and there. Are a few different reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to lay note that there has been a long disparity between. Republicans and Democrats in terms of, infrastructure here towards your creating and helping and fundraising for women Candidates we've seen that a lot on the. Democratic side and number? One this this time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the metoo era is really fueling women on. The democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running this cycle a couple of candidates, I talked to noted that are running on the Republican. Side noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called it they don't like to play identity politics. As they, called it while running for congress and so some of these women candidates who could be. The, first women to represent their states and some cases in the, Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they could break, a barrier this way it's not really a focus of their, campaign instead they want to focus on the. Issues Caitlyn one of those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she Running on Well she is running as a top ally of. President Trump she is very close, with him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in. The Senate she has long represented Tennessee as a. US congresswoman, in fact when she was elected to that post in early, two thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband. In office so she has recognized that she has broken. Some barriers and she talked to me about ways in which she is encouraging women to get. Into politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and. Her state it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular, in Tennessee traditional. Republican state he wanted pretty handily in two thousand sixteen candidate Like Blackburn it makes sense for her to run? As, an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate. And some other places it's a, little bit more difficult we're speaking with Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics. In those states that aren't heavily Trump country are. The women, who are running getting away from the Trump message at all, it really depends on the district and the state so for example in in Arizona which has never sent. A woman to the US Senate before and we'll likely. Do so given that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting. To see what the Trump effect will be Arizona is a state that the president won by just three points it's a it's a. State that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats and so you have the the women candidates on the, Republican side Martha. Mcsally current congresswoman who was the first female combat At, first female woman first woman to fly in a combat mission and in the air force and you have Kelli ward who's a physician both, vying for the Republican primary and that's not until the end of August and. So in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself. To Trump, and motivate base voters and then try to tack a. Little bit more moderately during the general election that'll be kind of difficult and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This portion of the. Program is brought to you by Brooke, linen did you know Brooklyn sheets were named the winner of the best of online betting category by good housekeeping Brooklyn is the fastest growing betting brand in the world for twenty thousand five-star reviews Brooklyn was started by a husband and wife who. Didn't think it should. Be so difficult and expensive to get sheets like that at home their mission bring five-star hotel quality sheets to everyday life and they are luxury sheets without the luxury markup Brooklyn and sheets don't, just feel great but they.

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"caitlin huey" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"His ideas and her state it's very. Different though in Tennessee compared? To other places because Trump is still very popular in Tennessee traditional, Republican state he wanted pretty handily in two thousand sixteen candidate like Blackburn. It makes sense for her to run as an, ally of Trump even though she's. A woman. Candidate and some other places it's a little bit more difficult we're speaking with Caitlin. Huey burns realclearpolitics. In those states that aren't heavily Trump country are the women who are running, getting away from the Trump message. At all It really depends on the district and the state so for example in, in Arizona which has never sent, a woman to the US Senate before and. We'll like we do so given, that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting to see what the Trump effect will be Arizona is a state that the president won by just three points. At the at the state that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats and so you have the the, women candidates on. The Republican side Mark annex Sally a current congresswoman who was the first female combat at first female woman first woman to fly, in a combat mission in the air force and you, have Kelli ward who's a physician. Both vying for the Republican primary and that's not until the end of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself to Trump And motivate base, boaters and then tried to attack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This, portion of the program is brought to you by Brooke linen did you know Brooklyn. And sheets or a name the winner of the best of online betting category by good housekeeping Brooklyn is the fastest growing betting brand in, the world for twenty thousand five-star reviews Brooklyn was started by, a husband and wife who didn't think it should. Be so difficult and expensive to get, sheets like that at home their mission bring five star hotel quality sheets to everyday life and they are luxury sheets without the luxury markup Brooklyn and sheets don't just feel great but they.

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WTMJ 620

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"With Gordon. Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year. And while many democratic women have been fueled by the Donald. Trump era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing up gender on the campaign trail Caitlin Huey burns has written. A piece, for real clear politics called female GOP candidates issue the gender card and joins us now. Caitlyn, why are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues, for a couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic, side then on the Republican side and there. Are a few different, reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to they know that there has been a long disparity between Republicans and Democrats in terms of infrastructure, here towards your creating and helping and fundraising for women candidates We've seen that a lot on the. Democratic side and number one this this time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the need to era is really fueling women on the democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running the cycle a couple of candidates. I talked to noted that are running on the Republican side. Noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called it they don't like to play identity politics as. They called, it while running for congress and so some of these women candidates who could be the. First women to represent their states and some cases in the, Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they could break, a barrier this way it's not really a focus of their, campaign instead they want to focus on the. Issue Caitlyn one of, those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she running On Well she is running as a top ally of President Trump as she is very close with him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in the. Senate she has long represented Tennessee as a US. Congresswoman in, fact when she was elected to that post in early two, thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband in. Office so she has recognized that she has broken some, barriers and she talked to me about as in, west she is encouraging women to get into, politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas in her, state very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular in, Tennessee traditional Republican. State he won it pretty handily in two thousand sixteen Divert candidate like, Blackburn it makes sense for her to run as an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate and some other places it's, a little bit more difficult we're speaking with Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics in those, states that are. Heavily Trump country are the women who are running Getting away from the Trump message at all It. Really depends on, the district in the state so for example in in Arizona which has never sent a woman to the US Senate before and will likely do so given, that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting to, see what the Trump is sacked will be Arizona is a state. That the, president won by just three points it's a it's a. State that's really changing demographically towards, the Democrats and so you have the the the women candidates on the Republican side Mark next Sally cranked congresswoman who was the first female combat at first female woman first woman to fly in, a combat mission and in the air force, and you have Kelli ward who's, a physician both vying for the Republican primary. And that's not until the end, of August and so in a Republican, primary the goal is really to endear yourself should Trump And motivate base, boaters and then try to tack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This,.

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WWL

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on WWL

"On exaggeration you're listening to, America's First News this morning with Gordon Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year and. While many democratic women have been fueled by the Donald Trump. Era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing up gender on the campaign trail Caitlin, Huey burns has written a piece. For real, clear politics called female GOP candidate so shoe the gender card and joins us now Caitlyn. Why, are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues for a, couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across the, spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic side, then on the Republican side and there are. A few different reasons, for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to they know that there has been a long disparity between Republicans and, Democrats in, terms of infrastructure. Here towards your crusading and helping and fundraising for women candidates We've seen. That a lot on the democratic side and number one this this time around. Is the idea that Donald Trump and the metoo era is really fueling women on the democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running this cycle, a couple of candidates I talked to noted that are running. On the Republican side noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called, it they don't like to play. Identity politics, as they called it while running for congress and so some of these women candidates who. Could, be the first women to represent their states and some cases, in the Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they, could break barrier this way it's not really focus of their, campaign instead they want to focus on the. Issues Caitlyn one of, those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she running On Well she is running as a top ally of President. Trump she is very close with, him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in the. Senate she has long represented Tennessee as a US. Congresswoman in, fact when she was elected to that post in the early two, thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband in. Office so she has recognized that she has broken some. Barriers and she talked to me about ways in which she is encouraging women to get into. Politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and her. State it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular in, Tennessee traditional Republican. State he won it pretty handily in two thousand sixteen Sivert candidate like Blackburn it makes sense for her to run as an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate and some. Other places it's a little bit more difficult we're speaking with Caitlin Huey burns of realclearpolitics in those, states that aren't. Heavily Trump country are the women who are running Getting away from the Trump message at all It. Really depends on, the district and the state so for example in in Arizona which has never sent a woman to the US Senate before and we'll likely do so given, that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting. To see what the Trump effect will be Arizona is a state. That the, president won by just three points it's a it's a. State that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats and so you have the the women candidates on the Republican side Martha mcsally current congresswoman who was the first female combat at first female woman first woman to fly in, a combat mission and in the air force, and you have Kelli ward who's, a physician both vying for the Republican primary. And that's not until the end, of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself to try Trump and motivate, base voters and then try to, tack a little bit more moderately during the. General election that'll be kind of, difficult that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This.

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KTAR 92.3FM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A rare bipartisan. Rebuke of President Trump this week but how long will it last some GOP. Lawmakers have already come out in support of Mr. Trump's clarification of his remarks in Helsinki and with the midterm elections and its supreme. Court confirmation coming up the heat. On the White House from Republicans could be short-lived more on that now from Caitlin Huey burns national political reporter at realclearpolitics Caitlyn you, write that the current GOP heat. On President Trump might not last, tell us about what you found there is this question about whether the heat that Republican lawmakers are placing on the president after that press conference with broad Amir Putin, whether that heat will actually linger and it past is prologue it it's uncertain and pretty much unlikely. That it actually will remember when Republicans piled on Trump after his comments after racial. Violence in Charlottesville and a number of. Other issues they eventually kind of moved on and came back into the fold as the news cycle, moved on On so in talking to Republican strategists and in looking at some of the statements made from Republicans there is, some type of air of inevitability quite frankly that there won't be many political consequences at this point For the president, so you mentioned this. A little bit earlier but it seems like the last time the President Trump receive this much, of a blowback from both sides of the aisle was, in the aftermath of the deadly Charlottesville demonstrations last summer I guess are there parallels to be drawn between the two incidents in terms of how much of law long lasting damage could be done to Trump politically here sure well one of the similarities I would say this the way in which the president talked. About both sides of the issue when most Americans have made or believe that there aren't two sides to the issue as pretentious. Charlottesville and also as it pertained to whether you should believe the US intelligence community or, that of Vladimir Putin's Russia and so. The the parallels are certainly clear in terms of the actual substance of the comments and. The actual responses from lawmakers but I will, say today that you know there are Republican lawmakers on the house side at least coming to the president's defense and there's also the question of what Republicans could actually, do, more than Raise their concerns they have said called Ryan house speaker said they will continue to push for sanctions on Russia they have issued sanctions on Russia but beyond that it's not quite clear what Republicans can actually do to sway this president or to do more to stand up to him and despite. President Trump's seemingly unique ability to bounce back from these these sort of incidents and and keep his his base solid reports have. Been at the White House hasn't, been doing, some damage control in the wake of Putin, summit what types of things do they. Do when when they're trying to do damage control on something like this Well the White House has been circulating talking, points you know showing. Times in which the president has. Said that, he thinks Russia's behind the meddling but it's talking. Points you know Aren that substantive, and the administration, also argues that they have been taking a hard line on Russia they argue that today the administration has issued sanctions and. Has reacted forcefully, when presented with evidence from the Muller probe and, the Justice department with those indictments of Russian agents but you know the president's words really matter here still and the president himself standing next to MIR Putin former KGB. Operative of course an undermining the intelligence agencies to the extent that his own director of national intelligence Dan Coats had to come out with a statement defending his work it. Was really quite startling north thanks Kayla and Caitlin Huey burns national political reporter at realclearpolitics fifteen minutes after. The hour now, on This, Morning America's first news coming up next blue states take aim at the new tax, law.

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04:20 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A rare bipartisan. Rebuke of President Trump this week but how long will it last some GOP. Lawmakers have already come out in support of Mr. Trump's clarification of his remarks in Helsinki and with the midterm elections and a supreme. Court confirmation coming up the heat. On the White House from Republicans could be short-lived more on that now from Caitlin Huey burns national political reporter at realclearpolitics Caitlyn, you write that the current GOP. Heat on President Trump might not, last tell us about what you found there is this question about whether this heat that Republican lawmakers are placing on the president after that press conference with Vladimir Putin, whether that heat will actually linger and it has his prologue it it's uncertain and pretty. Much unlikely that it actually will remember when Republicans piled on Trump after his comments. After racial violence in Charlottesville and a. Number of other issues they eventually kind of moved on and came back into the fold as the, news cycle Don so in talking to Republican strategists and looking at some of the statements made from Republicans there is some type of air, of inevitability quite frankly that there. Won't be many political cry consequences. At this point or the president so you mentioned this a little bit earlier but it seems like the last time President Trump received this much of a blowback from, both sides of the aisle was in the aftermath of the deadly Charlottesville demonstrations last summer I guess are there parallels to be drawn between the two incidents in terms of how much of law of long lasting damage could be done to, Trump, politically here Sure well one of the similarities I would say is this the way in which the president talked about both sides of the issue when most Americans you know had made or believe. That there aren't two sides to the issue as pretended Charlottesville and also as pertain to whether you should believe the US intelligence. Community or that of Vladimir Putin's Russia and so that the parallels are certainly clear in, terms of the actual substance of the. Comments and the actual responses from lawmakers but I will say today that you know there. Are Republican lawmakers on the house. Side at least coming to the president's defense and there's also, the question of what Republicans could actually do more than raised their concerns they have said called Ryan house speaker said they will continue to push for sanctions on Russia Oh they have issued sanctions on Russia but beyond that it's not quite clear what. Republicans can actually do to sway this president or to do more to stand up to him and despite President Trump's seemingly unique. Ability to bounce back from these these sort, of incidents and and keep his his base, solid reports have been at the White. House has been doing some damage control in the wake of of Putin summit what types. Of things do they do when. When they're, trying to do damage control on something like this Well the White House has been circulating. Talking points you, know showing, times in which the president has said that he thinks Russia's behind the meddling but, I'm, talking, points you know Aren that's substantive, and the administration, also argues that they have been taking a hard line on Russia they argue that today that they've ministration has issued sanctions. And has reacted, forcefully when presented with evidence from the Muller probe, and the Justice department with those indictments of. Russian agents but you know the president's words really matter here still and the president himself standing next to mere Putin former KGB. Operative of course an undermining the intelligence agencies to the extent that his own director of national intelligence Dan Coats had to come out with a statement defending his work you. Know it was really quite startling north thanks Caitlin Caitlin Huey burns national political reporter at realclearpolitics fifteen minutes. After the hour, on This, Morning America's first news coming up next blue states take aim at the new tax, law.

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KTRH

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTRH

"Which the president talked about both sides of the issue when most Americans have made or believe that there aren't, two sides to the issue as pretended Charlottesville and also as pertain to whether you should believe the US intelligence community or that. Of a of MIR Putin's Russia and so that the parallels are certainly clear in terms, of the actual substance of the comments. And the actual responses from lawmakers but I will say today that you know there are. Republican lawmakers on the house side. At least coming to the president's defense and there's also the, question of what Republicans could actually do more than raise their concerns they have said called Ryan house speaker said they will continue to push for sanctions on Russia They have issued sanctions on Russia but beyond that it's not. Quite clear. What. Republicans. Can actually do, to sway this. President. Or, to do more to, stand up to him and speaking of Paul Ryan as you mentioned even saw him sort of downplay the effect that Russia's meddling hat on the two thousand sixteen election just a day after speaking out loudly against Russia and contradicting Trump's assertion about the meddling Republicans are concerned that the president is is so focused. On himself and the way in which admitting Russian meddling but somehow also undermine legitimacy of his election now the intelligence community has. Said that it's there's no way, of knowing, really the impact that the Russian meddling had, in terms of electing Trump and Republicans. Are trying to get the president to kind of see beyond himself and I think that's. What you're seeing in the speaker. Comments all, right thanks Caitlin Caitlin Huey burns national political reporter At real clear politics fourteen. Minutes now. After. The. Hour Imus Morning America's First news.

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"On the house side at least coming to, the president's defense and there's also the question of. What Republicans could actually do more than raise their concerns they have said called Ryan house speaker said they will continue to push for sanctions on Russia Oh they have issued sanctions on Russia but beyond that it's. Not quite. Clear. What. Republicans can actually, do to sway. This. President, or to do more to stand up to him and speaking of Paul Ryan as you mentioned even saw him sort of downplay the effect that Russia's, meddling had on the twenty sixteen election just a day after speaking out loudly against Russia and contradicting Trump's assertion about the meddling Republicans are concerned that the president is is so focused. On himself and the way in which admitting Russian meddling but somehow also undermine legitimacy of his election now the intelligence community has. Said that it's there's no way, of knowing really the impact that the Russian meddling had, in terms of electing Trump and Republican. They're trying to get the president to kind of see beyond himself and I think that's. What you're seeing in the speaker's. Comments all, right thanks Caitlin Caitlin Huey burns national political reporter At real clear politics fourteen minutes. Now after. The. Hour. On This Morning America's first news Data what are you doing cramming for college I'm the.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on WRVA

"Which the president talked about both sides of the issue when most Americans have made or believe that there aren't. Two sides to the issue as it pertained to Charlottesville and also as pertain to whether you should believe the US intelligence community. Or that of Vladimir Putin's Russia and so that the parallels are certainly clear in terms, of the actual substance of the comments. And the actual responses from lawmakers but I will say today that you know there are. Republican lawmakers on the house side. At least coming to the president's defense and there's also the, question of what Republicans could actually do more than raise their concerns they have said called Ryan house speaker said they will continue to push for sanctions on Russia Oh they have issued sanctions on Russia but beyond that. It's not. Quite. Clear. What Republicans can, actually do to. Sway. This, president or to do, more to stand up to him and speaking of Paul Ryan as you mentioned even saw him sort of downplay the effect that Russia's meddling had twenty sixteen election just a day after speaking out loudly against Russia and contradicting Trump's assertion about the meddling Republicans are concerned that the president is is so focused on. Himself and the way in which admitting Russian meddling but somehow also undermine legitimacy of his election now the intelligence community has said. That it's there's no way of, knowing really, the impact that the Russian meddling had in, terms of elected and Trump and Republicans. Are trying to get the president to kind of see beyond himself and I think that's. What you're seeing in the speaker's. Comments all, right thanks Caitlin Caitlin Huey burns national political reporter At real clear politics fourteen..

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1410 WDOV

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Have on one hand they promised for years and years to fully repeal and replace the law and they have yet to do that which means that a lot of folks in the conservative base are remembering that promise and are kind of disenchanted by what republicans and promised to do and what they've done with their majorities on the other hand you have many house republicans running in swing districts where they're already concerned about what they perceive to be a blue wave coming and i remember the house did vote to repeal the law and so you have a lot of these folks on record for either voting to repeal it or at least associated with a republican congress that wants to do so meanwhile you have the issue of rising premiums which are expected to hit around october into the fall weeks before the end of the campaign and while many argue that creams were already rising under current law the republican congress voted to repeal the individual mandate as part of that big tax bill tax reform bill which also will be contributing to the rise and premiums according to many experts well caitlyn if that premium does happen in october right before the election in november could that really hurt republican candidates it certainly could because democrats are so energized by it and republicans also because they control everything in washington from the house and the senate to the white house they now have to kind of own everything associated with healthcare and healthcare is very emotional issue for people because it's very tangible for them it affects everybody and we saw in twenty ten the way that making any changes to the healthcare system to health insurance coverage really gets to people and we saw democrats really take the heat of course for that in twenty ten losing the house over it it's not clear that this would cause republicans to lose the house but certainly a contributing factor to all of the other things we're seeing in this climate we're speaking with caitlin huey burns a real clear politics caitlyn in speaking to voters are taking a look around the country how do you think democr parents feel about healthcare and what would voters on the democratic side like to see change in healthcare.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The issue of rising premiums which are expected to hit around october into the fall weeks before the end of the campaign and while many argue that premiums were already rising under current law the republican congress voted to repeal the individual mandate as part of that big tax bill tax reform bill which also will be contributing to the rise and premiums according to many experts well caitlyn if that premium does happen in october right before the election in november could that really hurt republican candidates it certainly could because democrats are so energized by it then republicans also because they control everything in washington from the house of the senate to the white house they now have to kind of own everything associated with healthcare and healthcare is very emotional issue for people because it's very tangible for them it affects everybody and we saw in twenty ten the way that making any changes to the healthcare system to health insurance coverage really gets to people and we saw democrats really take the heat of course for that in twenty ten losing the house over it it's not clear that this would cause republicans to lose the house but certainly a contributing factor to all of the other things were saying in this climate we're speaking with caitlin huey burns a real clear politics caitlyn in speaking to voters are taking a look around the country how do you think democr parents feel about healthcare and what would voters on the democratic side like to see change in healthcare well democrats i've been talking to say that the base is of course animated by this anti trump sentiment but when it comes to economic issues they're very much mobilized by the issue of health care they're concerned more broadly about republican efforts to repeal the law even though they were unable to do so concerned about increasing their majorities to get enough votes to repeal the law they're also concerned about the way in which republicans and the white house have not moved officially to pass legislation to stabilize the marketplace right now meanwhile you have republicans kind of campaigning against the specter of the democrats and the democratic base wanting a single payer system that's caitlin huey burns a real clear politics this portion of the program is brought to you by harry's gordon continues to sing the.

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KTLK 1130 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Have on one hand they promised for years and years to fully repeal and replace the law and they have yet to do that which means that a lot of folks in the conservative base are remembering that promise and are kind of disenchanted by what republicans have promised to do and what they've done with their majorities on the other hand you have many house republicans running in swing districts where they're already concerned about what they perceive to be a blue wave coming and i remember the house did vote to repeal the law and so you have a lot of these folks on record for either voting to repeal it or at least associated with a republican congress that wants to do so meanwhile you have the issue of rising premiums which are expected to hit around october into the fall weeks before the end of the campaign and while many argue that premiums were already rising under current law the republican congress voted to repeal the individual mandate as part of that big tax bill tax reform bill which also will be contributing to the rise and premiums according to many experts caitlyn if that premium does happen in october right before the election in november could that really hurt republican candidates it certainly could because democrats are so energized by it and republicans also because they control everything in washington from the house to the senate to the white house they now have to kind of own everything associated with healthcare and healthcare is a very emotional issue for people because it's very tangible for them it affects everybody and we saw in twenty ten the way that making any changes to the healthcare system to health insurance coverage really gets to people and we saw democrats really take the heat of course for that in twenty ten losing the house over it it's not clear that this would cause republicans to lose the house but certainly a contributing factor to all of the other things we're saying in this climate we're speaking with caitlin huey burns a real clear politics caitlyn in speaking to voters or taking a look around the country how do you think democ kratz feel about healthcare and what would voters on the democratic side like to see change in healthcare well democrats i've been talking to say that.

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KOA 850 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"caitlin huey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You have on one hand they promised for years and years to fully repeal and replace the law and they have yet to do that which means that a lot of folks in the conservative base are remembering that promise and are kind of disenchanted by what republicans and promised to do and what they've done with their majorities on the other hand you have many house republicans running in swing districts where they're already concerned about what they perceive to be a blue wave coming and i remember the house did vote to repeal the law and so you have a lot of these folks on record for either voting to repeal it or at least associated with a republican congress that wants to do so meanwhile you have the issue of rising premiums which are expected to hit around october into the fall weeks before the end of the campaign and while many argue that premiums are already rising under current law the republican congress voted to repeal the individual mandate as part of that big tax bill tax reform bill which also will be contributing to the rise and premiums according to many experts well caitlyn if that premium does happen in october right before the election in november could that really hurt republican candidates it certainly could because democrats are so energized by it and republicans also because they control everything in washington from the house to the senate to the white house they now have to kind of own everything associated with healthcare and healthcare is very emotional issue for people because it's very tangible for them it affects everybody and we saw in twenty ten the way that making any changes to the healthcare system to health insurance coverage really gets to people and we saw democrats really take the heat of course for that in twenty ten losing the house over it it's not clear that this would cause republicans to lose the house but certainly a contributing factor to all of the other things we're seeing in this climate we're speaking with caitlin huey burns a real clear politics caitlyn in speaking to voters are taking a look around the country how do you think democr parents feel about healthcare and what would voters on the democratic side like to see change in healthcare well democrats i've been talking to say that.

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