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"Yet the president persists": Georgia election official refutes Trump
"For a rally ahead of that state's to run off elections today will determine which party controls the U. S Senate. Trump vows not to give up his bid to overturn the presidential election and they're not taking this White House. We're gonna fight like hell. I'll tell you right now. It was supposed to be a rally for the two Republicans in Georgia Special election. The outcome of today's high stakes vote determines which party controls the Senate. But President Trump was fixated on his own election. There's no way we lost your do this. No. Then you did lose in all three of the state's counts. And as Congress prepares to certify the election results tomorrow, President Trump delivering a not so veiled threat to Vice President Mike Pence, who will preside over the joint session. I hope my head's comes through for us. I have to tell you I hope that our great vice president are great vice president comes through for us. He's a great guy. Course if he doesn't come through Won't like it but is much But Pence does not have the power to overturn the election. This a day after the release of that stunning call, where the president seemingly threatened Georgia's Republican secretary of state, telling him to re calculate the results and find more votes. Well, I want to do is this I just want to find Uh, 11,780 Love. Now President Trump delivering a new threat. I'm gonna be here in a year and a half. And I'm gonna be campaigning against your governor and your crazy secretary of state that I could backlash fears. One top Republican election official in the state delivering this scathing rebuke the president's legal team from our point of you intentionally misled the state Senate. Voters and the people. United States Republican Senator Pat Toomey, calling the recording a new low in this whole few Thailand sorry Episode and from Congresswoman Liz Cheney, one of the top Republican leaders in the House and Democrats, asking the FBI to investigate this as more than half of House Republicans and 13 Republican senators are expected to challenge the results of the election. When Congress formally count the electoral College votes tomorrow. What is usually a drama free ceremony? It takes less than an hour is now expected to be a long drawn out fight with the president's allies, potentially forcing an all night debate even though they do not have the votes to overturn Biden's decisive win back in Georgia President elect Joe Biden on the attack, politicians cannot assert. Take or seize power power is given granted by the American people alone. President Trump is calling on his supporters to show up for protests here in Washington. And they are listening. There's a protest planned for later today. Right here in D. C and tomorrow of President Trump supporters have a permit for 30,000 people to gather President Trump is expected to attend, and I've got to say D. C officials here in the city are very worried about the potential for violence. They've got extremist groups like the proud boys that are expected to show up. D C. Officials already arrested the leader of that group when he showed up into town here yesterday. And now the National Guard has been activated to try and keep the peace here in this city. That's a BCS Cecilia Vega. Somebody's time. 10 50
Fresh update on "cecilia vega" discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise
"At the editor's desk. I'm Taylor Hand sized. Among the headlines were following this afternoon. President Biden says it's time to start treating the ongoing Corona virus outbreak as the national emergency that it is. He was speaking at the White House and highlighted his administration's effort to end the crisis. Saying that they would be transparent about it. Advertising essentially that White House the White House website, White House dot gov is where he could find their full nearly 200 page plan on how they intend to address the situation. They the first full day in office for the Biden White House, ABC. Cecilia Vega has a recap of the inauguration. Surrounded by.
Justice Department investigating possible bribery-for-pardon scheme
"Fake news President Trump is dismissing reports that the Justice Department is investigating claims of a bribery scheme involving a possible presidential pardon. Court documents, however, revealed there is indeed a DOJ probe in which some unnamed person allegedly offered a major political contribution in exchange for a pardon. Meanwhile, correspondent Cecilia Vega tells us after pardoning former national security adviser Michael Flynn last week, the president is weighing other possibility, talking about pardons being issued before the president leaves office for people. You've not even been charged with the crime. Legal experts say that is allowed. What is unprecedented here is this potential for a conflict of interest of preemptive get out of jail free card before crime has even been committed, possibly for friends, family, even the president himself. New York Times says That's because Donald Trump is worried the Biden administration will seek retribution against him and his family. They also say that Rudy Giuliani had discussions with the president about pardoning him. Giuliani yesterday tweeted calling that lies and fake news.
Fresh update on "cecilia vega" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"He was here in highly isolated environment. And so that was emotionally difficult for him. Dr. George DS is the head of infectious diseases at Providence. He credits the man in his thirties with doing everything right. He had just returned from Wuhan got sick and told doctors that he was worried He had the virus and he was right. Patient. One was the first in the world to get the emergency use of Ram does severe almost Kelly Koopmans. Come on, Whose time 10 40 time to check in with Thomas Eric Hynes. It's said that Beacon plumbing sports desk. Marcus Shahana scored a career high 27 points and Eric Stevenson added 17 as the Huskies picked up their first conference win of the season last night, beating Colorado 84 80. Coach Mike Hopkins says. This time the kept it together late in the game, so to see our team come out there and really persevere and be resilient and stay poised. And come out against a really good Colorado team. I'm just really proud of them. Colorado missed an open three pointer with seven seconds left that could have tied the game and sides for game win streak snapped. After canceling four games to two covert issues. The U. Dub Women's Team got back to practice this week, but more covert issues of forced the team to shut down and postponed Friday's game against Oregon State for now. House Keys. They're still scheduled to play at Oregon on Sunday. Back. 12 Commissioner Larry Scott is stepping down at the end of June after 11 years on the job. Scott says the decision came quickly after a routine meeting with the league's executive committee last week to discuss his next contract. And in the NFL, the Jaguars of hard trying too bulky as general manager, they removed the interim tag from his title so we can work with new head coach Urban Meyer. Sports A 10 and 40. Minutes past the hour. I'm Eric I. It's Come on New recapping Inauguration Day with ABC. Cecilia Vega Next. Come on, Whose time 10 41. Handles 30 minute.
Trump's chief of staff argued that Covid-19 cases on Mike Pence's team should be concealed
"Vice president Pence. Staffers testing positive. ABC News senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega sources telling ABC News. The president's chief of staff, wanted to keep the outbreak on Pence's team from becoming public. Mark Meadows now says that was because of privacy concerns. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, saying the administration is waving the white flag of defeat, and that quote it's sadly no surprise, then that this virus continues to rage unchecked across the country, and even in the White House itself. Well,
Fresh update on "cecilia vega" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Moh news 1000 FM 97 77 16 The Comb All Morning news frank lenses at the editor's Desk Man with Greg Herschel time Manda Factor. A new report this morning from CNN says there is no Trump administration covert 19 vaccination distribution plan. CNN reported that the Biden team learned that after entering the building yesterday it comes as President Joe Biden has a goal of 100 million shots in the 1st 100 days of his administration. Today is his first full day in office and ABC. Cecilia Vega has a recap of the inauguration surrounded by their families, President Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris making history. Three past presidents there to witness it. One glaringly absent the crowd small, socially distanced and masked the ceremony held at the very sight of that deadly insurrection Just two weeks ago, the day both solemn and celebratory. Come let David Harrison solemnly swear here is becoming the first woman Black American and South Asian American to be named vice president. Sworn in by another first justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Latino on the Supreme Court..
Medical journal writes unprecedented editorial against Trump for COVID
"Today has done an investigation. It says tens of thousands may have been exposed because of the president's recent rallies and meeting the president of the New England Journal of Medicine, Writing an editorial Condemning the Trump administration's response to this pandemic, calling for a change in November. And on top of that ABC has now obtained this letter, written by a former head of the CDC under both Republican and Democratic administrations, written to the agency's current director, calling the response a colossal failure and a slaughter correspondent Cecilia Vega. New
Fresh update on "cecilia vega" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Are radio station from ABC News. I'm Richard can sue. Donald Trump wasn't there, but three living former presidents were there to show bipartisan unity after Joe Biden's inauguration praise coming from the last Republican President George W. Bush, Mr President. I'm pulling for your success. Your success is our country's success. And God bless you and former President Clinton. I'm glad you're there. And I wish you well. He was spoken for us today. Now you will leave for us. And we're ready to march with the new president's old boss was there to Joe. I'm proud of you on dealing, comma need to know that you've got All of us here. Rooting for your success keeping you in our prayers. And while Donald Trump wasn't there, he left some correspondence for his successor. His letter was on the Resolute desk. We're told it surprised even people in President Trump's orbit. They weren't sure if he would actually do it. But President Biden said that the letter was there, but he was private. He didn't want to tell us what was in it. But he did say that it was a very generous letter and that he wanted to speak to President Trump. Before he released the results of the baby. See Cecilia Vega. Mr Biden signed a slew of executive orders reversing a lot of trial. Policy. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki he sends an executive order reversing Trump's decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization. This will strengthen our own efforts to get the pandemic under control by improving global health. The covert tracking project reported a record forty four hundred nine deaths in the latest reporting period, nearly 123,000 hospitalized, but the numbers might be moving in the right direction. This is a second week of encouraging data trends, says the weekly report from policy. Lab Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, it says For much of the U. S test positivity rates are down and from Southern California to Arizona, the trend could indicate declines ahead. ABC is Chuck's Iverson. You're listening to ABC News..
"cecilia vega" Discussed on KOMO
"Morning News. I'm Brian Calvert, with the local reaction to the president's saying no to a stimulus plan until in his words after he wins reelection, sharp contrast in the governor's race. I'm Corwin hate previewing the candidates on Ly debate. Looks like we're in front of another sunny day enjoy because the showers were going to come in here real soon. We'll talk more about that when we check traffic and weather coming up in four minutes. First, the latest from ABC News from Good Morning five. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. Two dozen people who worked in the White House have now tested positive for the Corona virus. And now the infections have spread to the Pentagon with the Joint Chiefs of Staff, all working from home Here's ABC. Cecilia Vega, former director of National intelligence, James Clapper says it puts the country at risk. This is an ideal time. Four. So ever service, particularly an anniversary intelligence services. To look for ways to further confuse us to distract us. This is the number of people testing positive who have been near the president or at the White House in recent days Spike to 20 for the latest name senior advisor Stephen Miller, who was part of a debate prep session with the president last week. The timeline of when the president became infected still isn't known, and that's a problem. According to Dr Elliot Patel, we know that symptoms they're likely to pop about five seventies after you're positive. So he may have been possible for a longer period of time. Which kind of changes how many people may have been infected. Who else needs a quarantine? And it all comes down to contact tracing vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris asking the Plexi glass be installed between her and vice President Mike Pence for their debate tonight, The vice president says it isn't necessary. Resident Trump abruptly pulling out of stimulus talks with Democrats. Fed chair Jerome Powell says the economy is hurting single moms. Sarah Brown from upstate New York, says her family is to sign it off. Let's go. I need to help my kids need to.
Fresh update on "cecilia vega" discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"In america. Something we witness has a nation together every four years a peaceful transfer of power that we all know that notion was tested in recent weeks. But today america's new president joe biden. Saying democracy has prevailed saying i will be a president for all americans calling for unity. The president elect joe biden shortly before noon. Taking the oath of office. America's forty-six president entering office amid multiple crises at once. I running for president more than thirty years ago. his heartbreak. Hard work his empathy bringing him to this moment the biden's embracing after the swearing in using the biden family bible in the family for more than one hundred years voice. President-elect communist harris was sworn in just before him as the first woman vice president the first black the first asian-american vp. The daughter of immigrants of black and indian heritage she is now the highest ranking woman in american history sharing this moment with former president barack obama as he now witnesses history made by her today former president obama tweeting today to the new president. Congratulations to my friend. This is your time vice president. Mike pence there for the inauguration president trump skipping vice president harris escorting former vice president pence down the steps of the capitol former president trump in the former first lady. Leaving the white house early this morning. What less trip on. Air force one for florida his message to supporters into the incoming administration in a moment late this afternoon. The first family arriving at the white house and the first lady putting her head on the president's chest before heading inside the white house tonight here. President joe biden already at work the executive actions already. We're going to guide you through it all and we begin with. Abc's chief white house correspondent. Cecilia vega leading us off today. Joe biden's nearly fifty year. Political career led him up the steps of the capitol through its halls and into history. Sworn.
White House press secretary tests positive for virus
"House Press secretary goes into quarantine because she has the Corona virus now. Same with one of her top deputies. And yet the president wants to return to the White House today are live team coverage on his covert 19 infection continues now Corona virus at the White House, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany will quarantine and work remotely for 14 days. Meanwhile, ABC Cecilia Vega reports changes are coming to the White House. They're gonna be doing some staggered shifts in order to enforce social distancing at the White House, for example. Folks coming in earlier. Some folks coming in later. That'll keep folks apart because of the space inside there in the West Wing is not a very big one, and you're really not just the press corps. But the White House officials were working on top of each other were
Chris Christie, who helped Trump prepare for the debate, has the virus
"Contact Tracy, now widening. After a busy week of events for the president from the debate in Ohio and a rally in Minnesota to a fundraiser in New Jersey and another event last week ceremony to announce a Supreme Court nominee may be central to the White House related cluster, ABC, Cecilia Vega. There is a very alarming thing happening with the circle around President Trump and the growing number of positive cases that we're seeing Hope pics. We just learned that former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and ABC News contributor has tested positive. We know that He was in the debate prep with the president. We know that he was there in that Rose Garden event a week ago today, others are testing positive. Two senators Mike lied Thom Tillis and Ron Johnson.
Trump won't commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses
"Close to two million voters have requested a ballot. When asked about the upcoming election yesterday, President Trump would not say outright that he would commit to a peaceful transfer of power. ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega says Trump is citing concerns about mail in voting. There are five states where this universal mail in voting that the president is opposed to his already been in place for state's working on adding it for this election, all because of the pandemic and concerns over health, the health of people voting in person, no evidence of widespread voter fraud related to this type of voting, but that is not stopping the president ramping up these attacks as we get closer and closer to Election Day.
Trump says he will announce Supreme Court nomination to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"To announce his nominee to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Saturday. He was campaigning in Pittsburgh. And here's NBC's Cecilia Vega, President Trump using the Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Death to rally his base. I will soon be announcing That nominee, you're gonna love it to be so happy. If you don't love it. Don't vote for me. President feeling confident as Republicans now appear all but certain to vote on his nominee before the election, hoping to lock in a conservative majority on the nation's highest court, they will set policy for 50 years, they'll set policy. Whether its life whether it's Second Amendment two great Supreme Court judges or justices, and now we're going to get a third on Capitol Hill, the last potential Republican swing vote Mitt Romney, announcing he supports moving ahead to fill the seat. I recognize that we are Wei may have a court, which has more of a conservative bent, then it's had over the last few decades. But my liberal friends have over many decades gotten very used to the idea of having a liberal court. And that's not written in the Stars. No Supreme Court nominee in history has been considered so close to a presidential election. And that has Democrats now hurling charges of hypocrisy after Republicans refused to even consider President Obama's nominee, Merrick Garland, eight months before the election in 2016 Republican majority will have stolen two Supreme Court seats. Four years apart. Using completely contradictory rationales Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who said this four years ago, the American people are perfectly capable of having their say. Their side. On this issue. So let's give them a voice now insists this time is different because the same party controls both the Senate and the White House. I can only repeat that way haven't obligation under the Constitution should we choose to take advantage of it? To fill the vacancy, and I assure you that's very likely to happen at the top of President Trump's list. Federal appeals court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, a devout Catholic who has strong support among religious conservatives and anti abortion activists, also under consideration, US Circuit Judge Barbara Lagoa, a Cuban American whom Republicans hope could help the president win Latino voters in the battleground of Florida. Can President Trump says he does plan to pick a woman? Of course, This issue is becoming a focal point in the election. We're talking just 41 days away. Now in the first debate happened on Tuesday in Cleveland, The list of topics was just released. Of course, the Supreme Court is going to be a big one, as well as covert the individual records of President Trump. And Joe Biden. The economy this racial recognition that is happening in our country. Also election integrity. Vice President
Trump edging Biden in Arizona, Florida: poll
"Post poll shows a close race in two battleground states baby See Cecilia Vega. We're talking about Arizona and Florida states that Trump won back in 2016. And right now, it looks like the president has a slight edge among likely voters. In both of those states in Florida. Biden he's got tepid support among Latinos right now and the president. He's really good winning on the economy. Overall, voters overwhelmingly favor him to handle it. Over Joe Biden right now, Corona virus cases are on the
Trump: CDC director Robert Redfield 'confused' about vaccine arrival date
"Siri's of of statements statements from from President President Trump Trump and and the the director director of of the the CDC, CDC, who who the the president president said said was was quote quote confused confused as as to to a a question question about about when when a a covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine would would be be widely widely available. available. ABC ABC Cecilia Vega has more from washing. Dr Robert Redfield testified under oath the earliest most people would get it mid to late next year. If you're asking me, when is it going to be generally available to the American public? So we can begin to take advantage of vaccine to get back to our regular life. I think we're probably looking at Third late second quarter third quarter. 2021 overnight it got even more chaotic. A CDC spokesman issued a statement saying. Dr Redfield did indeed misunderstand the question. But the spokesman retracted that statement. Redfield. Also, it said a face mask is the most important, most effective public health tool in the fight against Cove in 19, But President Trump called masks a mixed bank. Weekly
DOJ argues it should represent President Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation suit
"President. Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than a dozen women. Now, critics say Bill bars once again acting as the president's attorney, rather than the nation's attorney general, with his move to defend Trump and a Defamation lawsuit filed by an accuser more from ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega. Taxpayers would foot the bill for the government. Defending the president in the suit by author E. Jean Carroll, who says the president raped her more than two decades ago in a dressing room at New York's Bergdorf Goodman's, The move protects the president from any potentially embarrassing disclosures. In court filings, the Department of Justice argues the president was acting within the scope of his job as president when he said Caroline about being raped by him two decades
"cecilia vega" Discussed on KOMO
"Cecilia Vega Facebook altogether deleting opposed by the president's campaign Twitter, briefly locking out the campaign's account, not allowing any new tweets until the video in question was removed. That video clip of the president on Fox News falsely claiming Children are virtually immune to cove. It Children are almost on, I would almost say Definitely but almost immune from this disease. It's a claim he repeated again from the White House podium. If you look at Children, I mean they're able to throw it off or easily. But according to the CDC, there are nearly 1/4 1,000,000 documented cases of the Corona virus and kids and several studies suggest that while Children are more likely to have mild symptoms, they could also be spreading the virus to adults. Even the president's own medical experts say it is downright falls to claim Children cannot get infected. If you're talking about a conclusion that Children Children in general are immune That Children get infected. We know that so therefore they're not immune. Overnight. The Trump campaign blasting Facebook, calling it another display of Silicon Valley's flagrant bias against the president. Now on the campaign front. This pandemic has completely upended plans for these party conventions. Joe Biden. He's no longer going to Milwaukee at all the Trump campaign on their side. They're now scrapping plans for him to deliver this acceptance speech in Florida. President Trump now says he's probably going to give this speech at the White House. This is already getting pushback from Democrats. Even some Republicans who are questioning the legality of using the White House for an overtly political event like this That's Como's or excuse me. BBC's Cecilia Vega, come on, Whose time 12 13 The human cost of Tuesday's massive explosion of the Beirut port is tragically being felt across the Lebanese capital. Today we seize Giordano Miller has more loving these army bulldozers clearing the rubble near Beirut's now destroyed port. The damage from the massive explosion that radiated some six miles away, estimated at 10 to $15 billion. Lebanese officials opening an investigation and putting under house arrest. Officials that after it appears negligence was to blame for nearly 3000 tons of ammonium nitrate exploding. But as the shock wears off, many in Beirut, expressing anger, blaming political leaders, some demanding an independent international investigation. Giordano Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem Somber Anniversary Today it is Theseventy fifth anniversary of the first U. S. Atomic bomb being dropped in theatre. On August 6th, 1945 American B 29 bomber dropped in £9700 uranium bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Three days later, the US dropped a second atomic bomb on Nagasaki, essentially ending World War two. A bomb that hit Hiroshima killed. About 70,000 people will 40,000 died in Nagasaki. It's estimated over the following five years, 340,000 survivors of the bombings died from burns. Radiation sickness. And cancer. Come.
President Trump threatens to pull GOP convention out of North Carolina if arena can't be full
"President trump considering other possible locations for the Republican National Convention threatening over the weekend to pull the event out of North Carolina here's ABC news senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega president trump wants guarantees now that the Republican convention will take place in August in Charlotte as planned before the pandemic took hold and he's now threatening over Twitter to move the location unless the democratic governor there doesn't immediately agreed to allow the gathering to take place at full capacity and the vice president is now saying that Texas Florida or Georgia could be back up site North Carolina governor Roy Cooper expected to hold a news conference later
White House discusses winding down Coronavirus Task Force
"The White House is also good confirmed it will be winding down the administration's coronavirus task force to do so by the end of the month his administration and the president himself are laser focused on the economy right now at the same time he has left this decision up to the governors right now the onus is on the state's in on the governor's when and how to decide and that is exactly where the White House wants this that is the B. C. Cecilia Vega reporting
Pence ignores mask requirement while visiting Mayo Clinic in Minnesota
"And this week criticism for vice president Mike pence who forgot something while visiting the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota ABC's Cecilia Vega explains the vice president is also the head of the White House coronavirus task force which is why this partly became such a controversy he's there visiting a lab where the clinic conducts corona virus testing he's also their meeting with the recovered patient who was donating plasma and ice president appear to be the only person not wearing a mask everyone else from the governor to the head of the FDA did so this was a violation of the clinics policy in may tweeted that it had informed the vice president about that policy prior to his visit pence later told reporters that he is tested for covert nineteen frequently and didn't put anyone at
Trump Says He Hopes to Reopen Country 'Ahead of Schedule'
"The president spoke with I heart radio station W. W. B. A. A. M. in wheeling West Virginia we want to get the country open again and did we have to give the country but again it will put out hot spots as they come in as you know we're reliant very much and working with them to governors parts of the country just don't have a bigger problem with this trump says places like New York and New Jersey are getting hit hard by the corona virus but majority of the country is not the president has said he wants to get back on the campaign trail hold rallies in areas where they are permitted the president's son in law Jared Kushner raising eyebrows saying that much of the country will be back to normal by June this year says as it's begin to reopen may will be a transition month in that book by June when I see a lot of country back to normal he says quote the hope is that by July the country's really rocking again but of course that's not what health experts like Dr fad you're saying they're saying this isn't gonna be like turning a light switch back on and that we're going to be social distancing through the summer back to BC Cecilia Vega the White House has thirty days to slow the spread guidelines expired
Coronavirus: Rise in US unemployment leads to food bank queues
"Never seen that so many people right now many people finding themselves for the first time in the sobering images there of long lines at food banks as households across the country grapple with the economic effects of coronavirus many Americans are getting some relief as those much awaited stimulus checks are beginning to arrive via direct deposit for more let's bring in ABC news chief business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis and ABC news senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega nice to see you both this morning and Rebecca I want to start with you and those images of those incredibly long lines at food banks the C. E. O. of feeding America said she's never witnessed the system being more strained they've actually had to turn people away that's clearly a result of those seventeen million people in the last three weeks flight filing for unemployment so how much worse can this get what were the numbers are mind boggling but the images are also a stark reminder of the fact that half of this country doesn't have emergency savings and when we see numbers like that seventeen million layoffs in the span of three weeks you start to understand how these projections the forecasts which sounded completely unbelievable a month ago fifteen percent thirty percent unemployment in this country you start to see how that becomes more realistic and what we've seen throughout this crisis is that initially the most acutely impacted industries were the ones that laid off their employees hotels restaurants airlines which clearly had issues with lockdowns but now we've seen a larger ripple effect of Martha to areas like retail even doctors offices which aren't seeing the same number of people coming in the door because they're afraid of getting sick are now having to make decisions about whether to keep employees or leave them off so Rebecca when you factor in the terrible have health risks and the economic risk which is exactly what president trump is trying to do now what are the metrics being used for the business world well the business community is looking to law enforcement they're looking to the healthcare community to understand how things would potentially reopen but the biggest companies in America since day one of these lockdowns have been looking at how they might conduct themselves going forward they're looking at social distancing their looking at working from home but of course that isn't going to work for every employee when things do begin to reopen if you look at China for example as a template for how things might look here and of course there are a lot of differences between the U. S. the openings when you get back to normal it is messy and uneven you don't see everything there's no switch that gets turned on Martha where the whole world comes back to life and everybody goes back to work day one you do see where there is more pent up demand for example maybe at the hairdressers at the doctor's offices at the dentist you see the re openings there and people start to resume but for retail for malls those are areas which when the analysts look at what the future holds it is going to be a much slower opening and the big question now when it comes to getting back to work is childcare a lot of schools are now out for the rest of the year so what do those families do about their child care if they're called back into the office privacy and surveillance this is something you just discussed with Mr Bossert the idea that we now have to have a conversation as a country about our privacy and the surveillance that might be necessary to track this and then finally there is the question about monitoring whose job is that going to be our companies and a lot of companies are thinking about this are they taking this on or is the government taking this on
Aggressive action necessary to counter the of coronavirus
"Across the nation aggressive action has been taken to try to slow the spread of the corona virus states of emergency declared schools and college campuses shut down sporting events Broadway shows political rallies and church events even Disney world all closed or cancelled as health officials work to mitigate opened nineteen contaminations Dr Anthony Fauci is the head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases at the national institutes of health he is the person who has been spearheading a lot of the country's response to the covert nineteen outbreak this week he told ABC's Cecilia Vega that the purpose of all this isolation is so that cases don't spike or at least we have less of a spike they didn't places like China and in northern Italy so what will life in the U. S. B. like well it's certainly going to get worse before it gets better and the kinds of mitigation strategies containment and mitigation that you're talking about is to do that kind of physical separation of people which is one of the very effective ways that you can see he really mitigate the spread of the virus if you look at the pattern of viruses particularly these types of viruses and even look at what's going on in China and in Italy and South Korea you go along like this the way we were and then you have a big spike that goes way up and then after a while if the much disease and suffering and death it comes back down again the purpose of the mitigation is to get that peek into blunt that so that it's a bit of a hill as opposed to a mountain we're at a critical point now more in some regions of the country than in others but in general the kinds of things that are going on will hopefully make that blunt thing of that peak so that we could save a lot of lives and save a lot of illness to be clear we are not peaked yet no it is no doubt now that we have not peaked yet I think it's frightening for a lot of people to see what we're seeing in places like Italy in places like China are we working toward a gradual shut down of our country here at home you know it's very difficult to predict the city I I'm I'm not sure we're gonna get to dad I think that would be really rather dramatic but I can tell you that all things are on the table we just have to respond as things evolve over the days and over the weeks at doctor actually if the if the most vulnerable group vulnerable group is V. elderly right now we're seeing all of these school closures around the country is not the right move for children and families well I think it should be done in a proportionate way and I think what's going on right now is is it generally an appropriate approach but people need to understand even though it's clear from our experience that children young adults do very well for the most part they are not the most vulnerable but they do get infected and if they get infected in the school the crowding of the school is a perfect place for that to happen they may do well but then they go home and his grandma and grandpa are in an uncle or an aunt or mother or father who actually have an underlying condition that'll make them more vulnerable and one of the things they talked about there was why this virus is targeted the elderly especially those living in nursing homes what does it mean for our parents or grandparents or
'America loves India': Trump travels to India for 'Namaste Trump' event
"President trump appeared at the largest rally of his presidency in India today with over one hundred thousand people packing a giant cricket stadium Ford event called namaste trump a joint appearance with that country's prime minister Modi ABC's Cecilia Vega is on location in India and tells us president trump loves the spotlight but he has another agenda for this trip president trump hoping to highlight America's partnership with one of the world's largest economies he's also hoping to announce a major weapons deal and as he heads into a re election campaign it's a chance for him to try and woo the more than four million Indian Americans back
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"Nationalism ABC's Cecilia Vega the president has made vilifying immigrants a centerpiece of his administration from the day he launched his campaign for this Florida rally in may president trump first laughing when a supporter sig Justin shooting migrants but how do you stop these people you can't there's no that's only the pan handle you can get away with that anything chief of staff Mick Mulvaney insisting president trump has forcefully denounced white nationalism the latest two mass shootings expiring a renewed push for gun control ABC congressional correspondent Mary Bruce democratic leaders are trying to up the pressure here demanding that Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell called lawmakers back here to Washington to do something to address the rise in gun violence now Democrats in the house of already passed legislation would require universal background checks measures that we know the overwhelming majority of Americans support the Republican leader Mitch McConnell has refused for months even consider these bills the president tweeting this morning to favor some gun control measures provided they were combined with immigration reform he will hold a press conference later this morning sold out performances in Milwaukee this past weekend for Reagan had an American story the one person play is based on the Sikh temple shooting in oak creek which took place today seven years ago and killed six managing producer Mohammed shot tells today's T. M. J. four the place message about hate crimes against immigrant communities relates more after this past weekend's mass shootings this story.
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"By the sisters of life when she became pregnant they helped her through now working with me. Immigration job. The BBC to Timothy cardinal Dolan is publicizing these programs in light of the new abortion law in New York state. What we thought was the almost the pro abortion atmosphere out there. It would be good for us to speak up. Again. He says the services accept any race and religion, regardless of need. And there was also counseling for women who've had abortions. Juliet Papa ten ten wins. News new abortion law in New York maintains abortions as legal within twenty four weeks of the start of a pregnancy. Or when necessary to protect the life of the mother, the Bill also authorizes physician assistants to perform surgical abortions and licensed midwives nurse practitioners to carry out nonsurgical ones using medication. Advocates say the measure was needed a New York in the event the supreme court strikes down row v. Wade President Trump tweeting today so many lives by now. Disgraced acting FBI director, Andrew McCabe. He was fired for lying. And now his story gets even more deranged CBS, sixty minutes interview. Mccabe said the Justice department raised concerns about the president Russia and obstruction of Justice correspondent Cecilia Vega. Reports acting FBI director Andrew McCabe who was fired for leaking to reporter misleading. Investigators about it telling sixty minutes deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, volunteer to record his conversations with President Trump in a carefully worded statement. The Justice department said Rosenstein, never authorized any such recording. And that mccabe's version of events is inaccurate. And factually incorrect, Senator Lindsey Graham says whatever McCabe was trying to explain his comments are beyond. Stunning. And he runs the judiciary committee to investigate including testimony from McCabe an Rosenstein Alec Baldwin reprised. His President Trump impersonation on Saturday night. Live later tweeted, he fears possible retribution from the president Baldwin's routine focused on the border wall and the budget, the president on Twitter Sunday morning called SNL unfunny and unfair and asked how did the networks? Get away with these total Republican hit jobs without retribution Baldwin responded asking if Mr. Trump's tweet constitutes a threat to his family's safety wins. News time three oh nine..
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"Cecilia Vega says they also visited and injured officer at the hospital, the president made no public comment. WSB's Pete combs digs into the background of the accused gunman Robert Bowers lived at the same apartment for the last eighteen months, but people there don't remember much about him describing him as quiet or someone who kept to himself. Someone who seemed very normal colleagues at the bakery where he worked in the same building as his apartment say much the same, but we did find this Bowers used to live endorsement Pennsylvania with a police chief tells ABC news he had a total of five what he calls run ins with Bowers. None of them though, appears to have been related to the hate crimes with which Bowers is now charged in Pittsburgh, Pete combs WSB WSB news time, six oh. Three. President Trump's trial balloon of ending birthright citizenship by executive Fiat doesn't get far with Republican House speaker Paul Ryan, obviously cannot do that. Or democrat Dianne Feinstein, isn't it will not be able to take away the birthright by executive order or legislation that birthright is there. It's the fourteenth amendment. Senator Lindsey Graham says he'll introduce legislation but Feinstein says amending the constitutions and uphill battle ABC's. Tom Llamas says the president believes hardline immigration tactics resonate with this base started with this harsh anti immigration rhetoric, and he's closing with it all over again. And it may be the driving show of force on the southern border. ABC news is confirmed. The Pentagon has two thousand more forces that could join the more than fifty two hundred already on the way to the US border. If the US uses all seven thousand plus troops. It would be combined number larger than those now serving in Iraq and Syria. ABC's Andy Field says the migrant troop the migrants the troops are there to intercept are weeks away. WSB money update. Americans spend nine billion dollars on Halloween. But while it helps Jill Gonzalez says you don't have to go overboard and allocate candy just like you can do with my Halloween is now the third most expensive US holiday behind Christmas and Valentine's Day. WSB? News time is six zero five and you might be seeing some melted. Chocolate says some kids bags today's they trick or treat.
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"Trump, in a crime ABC's Cecilia Vega on what Trump's accusers has and what Trump, told Fox News Michael, Cohen says that in the lead up to the twenty sixteen. Election he paid off stormy Daniels in coordination and at the direction of Donald Trump and perhaps most? Importantly because they say this would have been harmful to the candidate and the campaign first question when. I heard about, it was did they come. Out of the. Campaign because that could be a little dicey and, they didn't come out of. The campaign and that's fake that's not a it's not even a. Campaign violation Trump says the money came out of his pocket and says. Impeaching him will have consequences I guess it. Says something like high crimes and all I don't I don't know how you can. Beat somebody, who's done a great job I'll tell you what if. I ever got a piece I think the market would crash one of the jurors from Paul manafort's trial says the former Trump campaign chairman would, have been found guilty of all eighteen counts of, Bank fraud and tax evasion. Except for one holdout who sided reasonable doubt on ten counts ABC's Alex melon. With more President Trump in a new interview refused to answer directly whether, he plans to pardon metaphor convicted Tuesday on eight counts of tax and Bank, fraud I have great, respect for what he's done in terms of what he's gone. Through the president told FOX and friends he wishes investigators would, focus more on his twenty sixteen opponent? Hillary Clinton with the emails and she deletes thirty three thousand emails they comments follow a series of. Tweets from the, president praising Manafort for choosing. Not to cooperate. With investigators in Robert Morris probe into Russian interference, in the two thousand sixteen. Election Richmond police asking for help after someone vandalized another confederate statues. This on the hill monument at Hermitage in Laburnum it was hit with Red pain much like the Robert Elise statue earlier this month the attorney for the Ohio man accused of slamming his car into counter protesters in Charlottesville wants the, trial moved pointing out there are, thousands of pages that have been written on her client Denise Lunceford is asking the James fields betrayed elsewhere than, Charlottesville or at least have jury, brought in from elsewhere Lunceford used to be the commonwealth's. Attorney and Albemarle she also says the area has been profoundly affected by what happened. During the unite the right rally. Fields faces first degree murder for allegedly driving into a crowd of people injuring twenty eight in killing Heather higher he also faces. Federal charges as well he's supposed to go on trial in November met them why NewsRadio w our Washington has imposed a, second round of tariffs on Chinese goods totaling sixteen billion. Dollars the twenty-five percent duties are being met tit for tat by China schools closed this week on Hawaii and the navy has moved Ships out is the island's. Brace for hurricane lane with sustained winds close to one hundred fifty. Miles an hour and BC twelve dot com forecaster Andrew freidan Everything's on the cable situation for the state of flooding.
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"Week abc senior white house correspondent cecilia vega leading us off president trump late today boarding marine one headed to the hospital to visit his wife first lady melania trump is at walter reed medical center the white house making the surprise announcement that she is being treated for a benign kidney condition this morning doctors performed an embolism nation a procedure to plug up a blood vessel to stop bleeding aides say the procedure was successful but release no other details it is unclear exactly what her condition is but she will likely remain hospitalized for the rest of the week this comes as the first lady has recently raised her public profile she was last seen on the tarmac in the middle of the night welcoming home those americans detained by north korea last week in the rose garden she unveiled her official policy platform a public awareness campaign for children called be best let us teach children the difference between right and wrong an inch goaded them to be best in the vidrio paths in life as she asked for kindness president trump sat right there looking on later joining her on stage for a kiss today he was not at the hospital for her procedure instead a senior administration official telling abc news he spoke with his wife beforehand and with her doctors immediately after and to city bega joins us now from the white house and cecilia as news was breaking about the first lady the president was also tweeting about something else uproar over white house aides joke about senator john mccain his opinion on that ca nominee we've reported here that in that closeddoor meeting the aid saying mccain it doesn't matter he's dying anyway senator mccain of course battling brain cancer.
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"He says he's innocent and i think you have to remember that the president adding it's been a tough time porter white house communications director whole picks who has been romantically linked to porter was right there the oval office system president wade in today and late today's sources telling abc news chief of staff john kelly has now expressed to president trump his willingness to resign over his handling of the scandal abc senior white house correspondent cecilia vega leading off okay now we go into it and cecilia is drawn paid her and and the way she represents the story i think sounds objective but then you hear these little whipped saw as that are pretty pretty uh pretty obvious when he would go through it now this guy a you have to assume a couple of things trump never met the whim as we never says much about the door exwives and you i have to assume you don't have to assume anything but i have to assume that the way i look at it this thing is that he talked to hope he ex about the guy he up by have some thoughts about that but i'll wait for you yeah you can do your thoughts that you you i'm sure your thoughts will be more jersey mine at the end of this but because my concentration is really on the poor job that they purchase or did not the poor job those a really good job of uganda if you're going to produce a hit piece against trump and hide it as though it's about something else but that's what wealth wolf for sure this entire scandal is not about the scandal it's about trump's trump trump is about trump any as shitty people and he's hired shitty people and john kelly shitty and everyone shit it's not if it was not it's not even about the the actual abuse that that went away very quickly i will say.
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"For good men for a sixth day witness statements against former usa gymnastics than ms youth sports dr larry nassar in his sex abuse sentencing abc's ryan burrow reports 15yearold gillian swine hard telling the court she was abused hundreds of times by dr larry nassar what you did to me and so many others is so so wrong and will never be and you will never be forgiven for your actions about one hundred and forty young women have spoken out thus far including matti larsen a former us team member who says she was not only molested by nasser at the age of fourteen but also faced mental abuse by coach mark rowley about one hundred and sixty witness statements are expected ryan burrow abc news komo news time is 543 dead on arrival that's what white house white house press secretary sarah sanders is saying about the latest proposed bipartisan immigration bill emcee senior white house correspondent cecilia vega asked sanders today if the eight hundred thousand undocumented immigrants brought here's children should worry about deportations clinton this white house lesson area which vigorous are headquartered without these something positive the president had his stated what he would like to see happen and at this point the president is willing to sign something to find a permanent solution for dhaka and he is place the responsibility which the constitution has placed and he has reminded the congress that it is their job to actually get that legislation passed and senate dancers sanders from the white house earlier today komo news time.
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"The blaze awards dr and new york mayor rudy giuliani was a serious contender for donald trump's first pick for the us supreme court that is another the revelations and michael wolves bombshell new book fire and fury wolf rights that before selecting neil gorsuch mr trump wanted why the job wasn't going to a friend and a loyalist fire and fury author michael wolves controversial book about president trump's first year in the white house well it's flying off the store shelves but as we hear from correspondent cecilia vega the authors stands by his word president tweeting the book is full of lies misrepresentations and sources that don't exist wolf stands by every word and tells nbc news the president's inner circle thinks he is unfit for office they all say he is like a child's and what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification wolf paints a portrait of a mentally unstable man saying the president often repeats the same stories every three minutes and recently at mara lago failed to recognize lifelong friends book extensively quotes former trump advisor steve bannam mr trump has said the book is full of lies the book is already though amazon's number one bestseller demand for the book has been insatiable since reports of its contents emerged on wednesday the nypd is said to be investigating claims by a woman who says she has a tape of former governor eliot spitzer b rating and threatening her the daily news reports led bata succo drove a travis claims to have carried out a longtime affair with the disgraced governor travis who was accused of blackmailing spitzer said she found the eighteen second clip in october after she was released from jail for defrauding another man police sources say the expletive laced phone call from february of 2016 came to their attention about a week ago and they are probing it as a possible aggravated harassment case wins news time eight thirty seven entertainment news in a minute greta is a drill instructor when it comes to training lean meaning fighting machines she has a mess around three thousand when it comes to getting a.
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"That i deeply apologize for my inappropriate behaviour i am greatly embarrassed rights charlie rose i behaved insensitively a times and i accept ability for that though i do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate the full story available at washington post dot com and at the new york times has suspended white house reporter glenn thrush after he was accused of inappropriate sexual behaviour the move came after the website vox published a report containing allegations from four be male journalist that ms with rush who was hired by the new york times don january to cover the trump white house had acted inappropriately toward them thrush was a reporter at politico before going to the four times and at today's white house briefing press secretary sarah sanders asking reporters to say what they are thankful four before their questions from the briefing the issue of sexual harassment came up in this question from abc's cecilia vega sicilia sarah i the thing about kellyanne conway day he really all our tank aren't our kellyanne conway are when as we keller who i defer of eu she she was here on the north mall on and she said that she warned alabama alabama voters not to support doubt joke not to be fooled by doug jones to is that the position of this white house that voters who are better off bush with someone accused of assaulting teenage girls bennett democrat outlook as i've answered i think even for the third or fourth time just today as well as ten or fifteen times on both thursday and friday of last week with the position of the white house hasn't changed we feel like the people of alabama should make the determination on who their next senator suggestion over who they and i'm telling i'm giving you the answer the position of the white house jim thorough white house press secretary sarah sanders will on fox friends kellyanne conway saying folks don't be fooled he'll vote against tax cuts referring to doug jones calling him a liberal and so the co host a fox and friends says so vote for roy more i'm telling you said kellyanne conway we want the votes in the senate to get this tax bill through you can watch the full exchange on the.
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"Abc see your white house correspondent cecilia vega leading us off this was john kelly not just as chief of staff but as a retired fourstar general and a father whose own son robert was killed in two thousand ten when he stepped on a landmine in afghanistan kelly says he personally council president trump on how to call the grieving families of fallen soldiers there's no perfect way to make that phone call when i took this job and talk to president trump about how to do it for my first recommendation was he not do it because it's not the phone call that parents family members are looking forward to it's a nice to do in my opinion in any rim he asked me about proof previous president and i said i can tell you that president obama who was my manner chief when i was on active duty did not call my family that was not a criticism they'll lose just to simply say i don't believe the obama called that's not a negative thing kelly says he and president trump spoke before those calls to the families of the four special ops soldiers killed in nizhny air and he said to me what do i say i said to mr there's nothing you can do to lighten the burden on these families we'll let me tell you where i let me tell you what my best friend joe done through told me because he was my casualty officer.
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"Mexico city's earthquake if the government it out launda outlawed of building technique nowbanned in parts of the us chilean in new zealand almost twothirds of the collapsed buildings were designed with construction called flat slab construction methods which already a rough start to the week in washington d c republican senator bob corker telling the new york times the president trump's threats could be putting the us on the path to world war three it'd be senior white house correspondent cecilia vega with let us it is an extraordinary public review of a sitting president by a member of his own party in an interview with the new york times tennessee's bob corker lasting president trump saying he treats the office like a reality tv show and is so reckless the nation could be on the path to world war three corker said in several instances he's hurt us as it relates to negotiations that were underway by tweeting things out and the hits did not end their corker said it takes a tremendous amount of work by people around the president to keep him in the middle of the road and that quote i know for a fact that every single day at the white house it it's a situation of trying to contain him capped a day of stunning infighting air for all the world to see after corker made this jab last week sect day tillerson secretary mattis and chief of staff kelley bar those people that help separate our country from chaos sunday morning president hunched back on twitter saying corker begged me to endorse him for reelection i said no and he dropped out said he could not win without my endorsement adding he didn't have the guts to run corker disputed those claim and fire back tweeting it's a shame the white house has become an adult daycare center someone obviously missed their shift this morning and corker says he's not alone telling the new york times nearly every republican in the senate shares his concerns about the president that report from abc's cecilia vega actress angelina joe lee was apparently emailing with the international criminal court in an attempt to bring down african warlords joseph kony embassies gio benitez reports on the league the brought.
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"The boat during an election year medals is the chairman of the conservative house freedom caucus i'll president trump says a senate bill he's endorsing would be one of the most significant reforms to our immigration system and a half century if it became law more from abc's cecilia vega fireworks in the white house briefing thing room the notion that you think that this is a racist bill is so laws president trump's senior policy adviser stephen miller pushing a sweeping new immigration proposal one that would slash legal immigration into the us by half and change of system that allows most legal immigrants to enter the country based on family relations instead giving admission preference to englishspeaking and skilled workers miller sparring with reporters over just how far the proposal would go the statue of liberty says your veered fire mortar huddled masses clearing route 3 to say anything about speaking english derby via computer programmer i don't wanna get off into a whole thing of that history here but the statue of liberty is a symbol of liberty a lightening the world is a symbol of american liberty lighting the world the poem that you're referring to was added later is not actually part of the original statue white house says the president is making good on a campaign promise this green card reforms and then the razak we'll give american workers a pay raise by reducing unskilled immigration aides brushing off questions about contradictions in the president's own use of immigrant labor at his florida clubs including mara lago last year the president defending his organisation's requests for more unskilled workers during the season it's very very hard to get employees in fact it's almost impossible and what we do is we some odd sometimes have to bring people in the white house also facing tough questions about whether the president told the truth when he claimed to receive phone calls from people who never actually called him after that we're lyrical speech to the always scouts last week fake radio fake news the president told the wall street journal the head of the boy scouts personally called him to say it was the greatest speech that was ever made to them and they were very thankful but actually the speech angered so many the boy scouts were forced to issue an apology and yesterday they said there was no phone call the.
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"David tonight this bill doesn't seem to be going anywhere it lacks support even it from republicans congress has a long todo list up here and right now in the gratien reform isn't on the schedule david mary bruce live on the hill mary thank you would also today democrats and republicans sending that bill to president trump it had been sitting on his desk tough new sanctions on russia for meddling in the us election today the president did sign it but without cameras and he did not sign it without blasting lawmakers and the bill itself abc see your white house correspondent cecilia vega tonight president trump so often criticised for being too soft on the kremlin today reluctantly signed into law tough new sanctions on russia but for someone who seems to so enjoy a signing ceremony the white house kept this one behind closed doors away from the cameras the president's signing it but issuing scathing words at the same time calling the legislation seriously flawed and when we asked him about it president wear the russia sanctions seriously flawed no comment congress had box the president into a corner the bill passed by an overwhelming vetoproof majority democrats and republicans the president said he signed it for the sake of national unity but in written statements he slammed lawmakers saying they included a number of clearly unconstitutional provisions adding i built a truly great company worth many billions of dollars as president i can make far better deals with foreign countries then congress senator john mccain from arizona where he is undergoing cancer treatment saying i hope the president will be as vocal about russia's aggressive behavior as he was about his concerns with this legislation tonight the president also facing tough questions about his own behavior after using a boy scouts jamboree last week to vent about politics we won florida we won south carolina we won north carolina we won pennsylvania.
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"Abc senior white house correspondent cecilia vega leading us off it was one of the fastest crudest flameouts in west wing history communications director anthony scaramucci known simply as the moute forced out after just eleven days on the job the new white house chief of staff john kelly pushing for his departure scare emoji a wealthy wall street finance ear handpicked by the president and his family cast himself from the start as a personal friend of the commander in chief i love the president i obviously lovely country led from day one there was bad blood between scare emoji and former chief of staff reince priebus we are a little bit like rollers will be rough each other off once in a while which is totally normal for brothers it only got worse some brothers or white cane abel other brothers and fight with each other and get along i don't know if this was repairable or not that won't be up to the president but then scare emoji redefined what it mean to go off message the communications director calling up a reporter and launching into a tie raid calling previous a paranoid schizophrenic threatening to fire essentially the entire white house communications team over leaks saying they'll all be fired by me and i fired one guy the other day i have three to four people all fire tomorrow he also tore into the president's chief strategist steve bannon i'm not steve bannon he said launching into an attack so profane we can't repeated on television he said i'm not trying to build my own brand.
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"Senior white house correspondent cecilia vega has learned tonight president trump today said he's close to making that much anticipated decision no by close behind the scenes sources tell abc news the president is likely to pull out of the landmark deal inside the white house feverish lastminute negotiations on both sides chief strategist steve bannon pushing for withdrawal along with twenty 22 republican senators daughter ivanka pushing to stay in the deal big names like apples tim cooking task was ilan must calling to lobby president trump to musk threatening to resign from white house advisory councils if a president backed out of the deal you'll out of it's a hoax that was president trump on global warming during the campaign is a moneymaking industry okay age now say his views are evolving if a us withdraws from the climate accord it would join the company of nicaragua and syria which have been signed and create yet a new task for already strained relations with germany's angola miracle and france's manuel not quote by tonight the president seems poised to dismiss the advice of even the pulse and make good on match campaign promise we're going to cancel the paris climate agreement so let's get to silly bigger with us live from the white house acilia when do we expect a decision for the president today david said that it could happen very soon but the behind the scenes lobbying is fierce right now david one environmental group tell bosnia the they called the white house thirty thousand times this afternoon alone a lobbying on both sides said i to seal vague thanks to you what do you think but i think there's got to be a meeting of the minds on this climate control and global warming as of some of the stuff happens naturally sickly fleet to the planet very we don't have anything to do but you can't ignore the fact to all of this mauled belgian evair twenty four seven three 65 the we're not causes so let's admit that we are but do we do of aboutface in shut off congress and everything else all at once the some people say ya i i.