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Biden: Trump using court pick to strike down ACA
"Saying Trump's intent Easter quickly seated Judge will do away with the Affordable Care Act and Roe vs Wade, saying Americans should be allowed to make their own choices before that high court seat is filled and urging senators to pay attention to the election. This is where the power of the nation resides in the people. In the rule of law in precedents. We've abide by Have subvert both openly and needlessly. Even his Americans cast their vote. Would be an irreversible step toward the brink. Lacking the votes to stop. Judge Amy Cockney barrettes confirmation. ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos says Democrats still hoped to delay the process. It's on the tightest of timelines right now, there's no question about that right now. If all goes perfectly, according to plan for the Republicans, it's likely be voting on a day or two. Before election days, The Democrats will try to delay in Louisville at least 28 people arrested Saturday night in the fourth
"chief anchor" Discussed on 20/20
"Good evening from the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Our. Town Hall with the President Starts Right now. This is the most important election in the history of our country. With concerns over Kobe breach of justice and the economy dividing the nation and election. Day just seven weeks away tonight a chance for uncommitted voters to pose their questions directly the president trump no issues off-limits everything is fair game him will he make the case in sway their votes? From the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. This is a special edition of Twenty twenty, the precedent and the people now reporting chief anchor George Stephanopoulos. Welcome to our town hall with President Trump Mr President thank you for joining us. Thank you very much. You. We're here with a group of Pennsylvania voters and you can see we're socially distance videographer. Doubt.
"chief anchor" Discussed on KOMO
"Moving north bound on fourth Avenue from Columbia Street. All lanes there are blocked in that area. Our next report is at 3 24 I'm Evan Smith. Come on Traffic. A sunny afternoon around Western Washington temperatures there going to be in the upper seventies in our warmest spots Low eighties on Monday, keeping it Sonny Sonny on Tuesday as well, Just a touch cooler mid seventies for much the week ahead. In the couple of the center turns on cos Stay connected. Stay informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station Co. Moh news 1000 FM, 97 7 With less than three months before the presidential election, politicians are bracing for the possibility. We won't know who won on November 3rd legal experts on this week with George Stephanopoulos weigh in From ABC News It's this week here now, Chief Anchor George stepping up to the Supreme Court of the United States has reversed the orders of the Florida Supreme Court. On a very narrow majority. Five justices before George this effectively and it is in the election, Peter literally one of the closest elections in American history under four million Americans voted for you 300,000 vote difference. 600 votes, approximately separated the Gore and Bush in the state of Florida and now by one vote on Supreme Court, this election's over Back in 2000. We didn't know it would be the next president of the Supreme Court shut down the Florida recount on December 12 5 weeks after Election Day, and this year's raised his clothes we could see a repeat.
Coronavirus out of control in US
"The United States has become the global epicenter. After the initial shock and the lockdowns that followed. It seemed like we had it under control. Then around Memorial Day, people started going out again. Some states followed the phase reopening plans put forth by the White House Corona Virus Task force. And some did not. Now the world is watching us as the virus surges and spreads from region to region and school district struggle with how to reopen safely. ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos talked about the U. S response with a head of the Harvard Global Health Initiative. Dr Asheesh job They discussed how to turn things around and where the U. S stands now. Good morning. America is so clear that this virus simply is still out of control here in the United States were the richest country in the world. The best medical talent in the world. How do you explain why we're doing so poorly? What must we do to fix it? Indeed we are. We are the global hospital and we have mismanaged his virus in a way that I think much of the world simply can't believe on. The reason is that we just haven't taken us seriously. We have not followed scientific advice and guidance. When we opened up too early. We've opened up too much. We're still debating whether mass work or not, they actually do. There's no debate. So what do we need to do? Moving forward? We need to get mad people. There were maps. We need to fix our testing infrastructure. We have to close down bars and gyms and other things that cause outbreaks, and we just have to start taking the virus. Seriously. I think if we do all of those things, George Within the next couple of months. We can become one of the success stories as opposed to one of the global failures right now. Some optimism right there. Of course, over the next couple of months school is starting again. For so many millions of American Children. We're seeing big school district close stick with virtual All over the country. Everyone want schools to open safely. The question is how to do it. This is not a debate, right? We all want our kids back in school, and this should be priority number one for our country and we don't have a national plan. And we've left it. A state states are leaving at his local towns and officials. We can't have pandemics fought by individual cities, towns and superintendents. I really believe we can get kids back to school, but we need a national plan to suppress the virus. Improve the quality of the buildings of the schools, and we can do this. We can get kids back in. You know, we're seeing hot spots crop up here in the United States, but also coming back to places like China. New cases being reported in China, Australia. They have had great success. Now It's coming back there as well. Vietnam didn't have any cases now they're having is well, what are we seeing This now? Is this still a first way was at the beginning of a second wave. This is a global pandemic. That's going to be with us all the way until we have safe, effective vaccines that are widely available sometime. I'm hopeful and next year until then, countries will continue to battle a most high income countries have managed to suppress the virus. They get little flare ups and they're able to bring them under control. We're the only country with kind of a raging wildfire, and we really have to work on that. But even if we suppress it, we will still have little outbreak so we'll have to do and you're describing our current situation in the United States that were just in the fourth inning of this crisis. Yeah. You know, I was trying to explain to people kind of a timeline and I have thought of this. If everything goes incredibly well as sort of an 18 months pandemic that let's say began around January of this year. That's very optimistic. That puts us in about the sort of the beginning the top of the fourth inning. Just as a way of reminding people we have many more months ahead of us, and we do behind us. And if we don't get our act together, we're gonna have a lot more suffering and death, and none of that is necessary. We really can't prevent all of Dr John Thanksgiving every time and insight.
"chief anchor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"From ABC news chief anchor was the largest demonstration against police brutality in the nation's capital and a day later the city's mayor is praising the peaceful protests Washington DC mayor Muriel Bowser praising the thousands of demonstrators who gathered peacefully in the city Saturday you saw a lot of people coming together ceiling organizing strategizing and thinking about how to make it real the the frustrations that they brought with them to these demonstrations she says in spite of federal authorities moving on peaceful demonstrators with tear gas five days ago she says protesters were determined to exercise their first amendment rights Margaret Millar ABC news as protests in cities nationwide in San Francisco thousands marched across the Golden Gate Bridge stopping traffic in Philadelphia and New York protests were more peaceful than in previous days it was enough to convince new York's mayor to lift the nightly curfew going forward New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he's with those calling for changes the spirit of activism because people want change and there should be change and I said from day one that I figuratively standing with the protesters northern California sheriff's sergeant dead others injured after an ambush in a secluded wooded area of Santa Cruz County it started as a nine one one call of somebody seeing a van with guns and bomb making materials inside deputies followed the van to a home or Santa Cruz County sheriff Jim Hart says deputies were ambushed by gunfire and I. E. D.'s explosives went off there's a lot that we don't know at this point it's still a very fluid situation thirty eight year old sergeant Damon guts Willer was killed another deputy was hit by shrapnel from the IEDs and is badly injured a California highway patrol officer was shot in the hand suspects Stephen curry was shot and he's under arrest Alex stone ABC news you're listening to ABC news this straight insurance.
"chief anchor" Discussed on KOMO
"News one thousand FM ninety seven seven Bill O'neil at the editor's desk. Taylor van Cise among the headlines that we're following today. Police say there has been arrest made in the Netherlands after a tram shooting earlier today in which three people were murdered and several were injured a man. Born in Turkey was arrested and police say is has all the markings of terrorism. Heavy rain continues in the midwest at least three people dead in Nebraska, and stocks closed higher on Wall Street will have your full propel insurance money update in about three minutes here on KOMO. I Joe Biden has not formally decided if he's going to seek the twenty twenty nomination for president. But he nearly revealed his plans during a Democratic Party fundraising dinner on ABC's this week democratic Senator Chris coons of Biden's home state of Delaware sat down with ABC's chief anchor George Steph. To discuss this Biden question. So is that really a Freudian slip word Senate vice president, by know, exactly what he was doing. Well, I'm very optimistic that Joe Biden will soon formally announced his campaign for the presidency when he said to a cheering crowd of Democrats in Dover, Delaware that he had the most progressive record of anyone running or who might run what I think he was referring to was the very real record of the Obama administration of tackling climate change of advancing rights for the LGBTQ community of reining in Wall Street and of enacting the broadest expansion of access to health care of any administration in our lifetimes. That's the sort of real progressive record of accomplishment that Joe Biden could run on. And I hope well run on that that's part of the record right right there. But as you know, he's also part of the comes with long experience in politics is a long record to attack. The vice president also gonna come under pressure on issues, like a Nieta hill the crime Bill even going back to busing segregation in seventy how does he handle that? Well, I think I Joe Biden is going to run a very forward-looking and optimistic campaign where he tries to heal the divisions in our country. One of the most despicable things about President Trump's campaign and his actions as president has been the ways in which he has seen the divisions in our country and try to crack them open more widely for his own partisan political advantage. A Joe Biden won't do that. He will see that divisions in our country and inspire us to heal them to work together across them and move into a better future as a country for all of us. There are things that he was involved in or sad or voted for twenty five or thirty or forty years ago that I expect he will get asked about on the trail, but he has a real and solid record of stepping forward and being a champion for civil rights for women's rights for LGBTQ rights, and I think on the whole the Democratic Party primary electorate will be very satisfied with Joe Biden's record and with his vision for our country. And and that's one of the big questions as you talk about healing divisions in the country, but have the chance to do that. He I s bridge these divides in the Democratic Party already see the White House. President Trump ready to attack the. Democrats is socialist over issues like the green new deal and Medicare for all. How does the vice president bridge that divide inside the party? Well, I think Joe Biden has a record that allows him to say that making big and bold progressive promises on the campaign trail is one thing having a real record of actually delivering on those things is quite another real leadership is actually enacting legislation that advances access to healthcare that reigns. In Wall Street, Joe Biden has a record as the vice president and the Obama vitamin nistration that allows him to speak to that. I do think he'll also inspire a new and younger generation of political activists because Joe Biden's life history. His whole story is about getting up when life is knocked him down about connecting with working families of all backgrounds across America, and it being a champion for civil rights civil liberties inclusion injustice in his decades in public leadership. That's democratic Senator Chris coons from Delaware with ABC's chief anchor George Stephanopoulos will he or won't he on Joe Biden? Komo news time one.
"chief anchor" Discussed on WSB-AM
"ABC chief anchor George Stephanopoulos is across town outside the National Cathedral service will be held it. What was essentially for many years? President Bush's home parish when he's vice president lived right down the street at the naval observatory his children went to school here. One of his grandchildren baptized here and today the funeral for the former president right here in the National Cathedral after that funeral. The president's body will be flown back to Texas for a final service tomorrow, Cheri Preston. ABC news live. Coverage of the Busch memorial began at ten thirty this morning. WSB news time is seven forty seven. In the Russian investigation special counsel says former national security adviser, Michael Flynn's provided substantial cooperation and recommends no jail time. In addition to cooperation prosecutors say Flynn's record of military and public service sets him apart from every other person who's been charged in Robert Muller's investigation. Reporter Jackie Quinn, says Flynn pled guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts. With the Russians. Sentencing is set for later this month hackers targeted campaign arm of the GOP emails from aids to the national Republican congressional committee were stolen during the two thousand eighteen midterm campaign. A person familiar with the matter tells the Associated Press at least four different committee. Aides had their Email surveilled by hackers reporter Mike Rossier says federal investigators are looking into it Russian. Hackers were responsible for the thousand sixteen hack that targeted the Democratic Party senators for both parties say they're convinced the Saudi Crown prince was behind the murder and dismemberment of Saudi journalists in Washington Post contributor, Jamal kashogi after listening to CIA director Gina hospital. There's not a smoking. There's a smoking saw GOP Senator Lindsey Graham says there's zero chance the crown prince was not involved reporter saga megani says the president has been reluctant to condemn the crown prince NBS, but senators are looking for ways to punish the Saudi government was asked force created by the president gives.
"chief anchor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Now. Keep in mind, we're talking about the guy now chief anchor at good Morning, America direct from the Clinton war room. George Stephanopoulos now, a journalist at ABC, and he's been there for who knows how many years. And so this was a setup from day one. And here's here's Larry King. So this after after you heard Bush say, this is a last minute political movement. You feel like everything's slipping away from Larry King jumps in to save the day for Stephanopoulos and says on respond all I would say. Stephanopoulos. Larry. Guy. I didn't come here to debate Stephanopoulous. I'm ready to debate your Larry come on this little guy. That's what Bush said. Now, we move on to James Carville, nineteen Ninety-three this from the documentary film, the war room, they made a documentary and movie, celebrating the brilliant tactics of carbon Stephanopoulos and an Paul Begala. And we have a clip from the documentary the war room. It's about Clinton's presidential campaign is a James Carville speaking to the campaign office in Manchester New Hampshire before a primary if we win this. Then you have knocked back, but. Georgette.
"chief anchor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Heart radio station from abc news i'm michelle franzen the president zerotolerance immigration policy hit a roadblock monday a federal judge says the trump administration and federal law enforcement cannot arbitrarily detain asylumseekers abc's andy field has more federal judges ruling means the trump administration cannot indefinitely detain undocumented immigrants who say they fear persecution back home and want asylum in the us the judge issued a preliminary injunction ordering immigrations and customs enforcement to stop those detentions telling them they must do a case by case review of all asylum seekers awaiting parole new turn in the michael cohen investigation the president's longtime attorney once said he would do anything to protect the president now he's sending a different message saying he puts family and country i he spoke with abc chief anchor george stephanopoulos this is the guy who said he would always be loyal would do anything to protect the president but when i asked him directly what if prosecutors force you to choose between protecting your family and protecting the president and he was absolutely unequivocal family i that's where my first loyalties lie he also said he added something that he hasn't said before family and country he was signaling strict separation from president trump also sending a signal prosecutors basically he's open for business in thailand a brief sigh of relief after crews located twelve soccer players and their coach they've been trapped for ten days cruise those scrambling to figure out the safest way now to get them out now that is over the complicated rescue mission begins the next steps will not be easy that two miles inside one plan could be to stretch them out along the wall alter with large parts of the caves still submerged it's not clear if they'd have to swim out a second option tell us keeping them supplied until another entrance to the cave can be drilled abc's james longman reporting you're listening to abc news koa newsradio time.
Federal Judge Orders Administration To End Arbitrary Detention Of Asylum-Seekers
"From abc news i'm michelle franzen president trump's in immigration zero tolerance policy hitting a roadblock federal judge says the trump administration cannot arbitrarily detain asylumseekers abc's andy field with more federal judges ruling means the trump administration cannot indefinitely detain undocumented immigrants who say they fear persecution back home and want asylum in the us the judge issued a preliminary injunction ordering immigrations and customs enforcement to stop those detentions telling them they must do a case by case review of all silom seekers awaiting parole under president obama's administration more than ninety percent of those asking for silom received parole president trump's longtime personal attorney and fix their michael cohen is speaking out saying he's putting family and country i it's a departure for cohen who's been a loyal supporter of the president abc's chief anchor george stephanopoulos talked to cohen and has reaction is president is michael poland gong to flip sir we'll michael cohen in the oval office president trump ignored questions in the past he predicted cohen won't turn against him tweeting most people will flip if the government lets them out of trouble sorry i don't see michael doing that but now cohen is sending a clear signal to the president prosecutors and the country in thailand boy soccer team and their coach have been found they've been missing for ten days located in a maze of caves that after the exits flooded now the hard work of rescuing them begins a us team and other rescuers are trying to make sure that they are evacuated safely abc's foreign correspondent james longman is near pumping as much as they can how they have been doing that over the last few days pumping billions of gallons of water out of these caves so i think that initial aim is to try to get as much as they can out so that the children don't have to submerge their heads authorities say more rain is expected you're listening to abc news breaking news he's always arizona's news.
Dozens injured during building explosion in Germany
"To celebrate pride and be proud of something and who we are and i think right now especially that's the most important things are nearly a million people attended last year's parade this year as usual the parade will move for montrose and broadway south to diversity and sheridan there will be rolling closures throughout the day there were protests yesterday in chicago and across the country by people that are very upset about the policy of separating children from their parents at the us mexico border in lincoln park father paul semen addressed a rally at saint clements perish shares nothing remotely christian american or morally defensible about a policy that takes children away from their parents and warehouses them in cages sources are now telling abc news republicans in congress are gearing up for revote on legislation that would end the family separations by lifting limits on detaining children abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos says the bill faces a tough fight on capitol hill i believe that there are enough democrats to filibuster and prevent that from passing because a lot of democrats both inhumane and impractical you can't simply contain families for a long period of time and as you point out the current law says you can't detain children for more than twenty days in fact this week a judge is likely to strike down the president's executive order on those grounds in germany authorities say twenty five people were injured four severely after an explosion destroyed a building in the western city of hooper tall police say the explosion hit the several story building shortly before midnight they're still trying to get the fire under control and investigating the cause of the explosion chicago aldermen are considering paying out six million dollars to settle to lawsuits alleging police misconduct one alleges an officer pointed a gun at a three year old girl the other accuses detectives of ignoring evidence that established a suspects innocence in a nineteen eightyone robbery and gang rape and chicago will open its largest lgbt friendly affordable housing complex on the northwest side it's named after john panakhov an lgbt and human rights advocate from chicago who died in two thousand twelve at age forty seven this building will be in logan square and will contain eighty eight units sports traffic and weather next on wgn welcome to total wine and.
"chief anchor" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The guise of a journalist at abc news as chief anchor hey interviewed komi part party commes bookstore and he said look if attorney general lynch had ordered you not descend the letter would you have senate no i believe in the chain of command but he obviously doesn't because he totally usurped the authority of the attorney general in deciding not recommending in deciding that cookie a crooked hillary would not be prosecuted so this is the beginning what appears to be a leak salvo we'll see if there are any more forthcoming but people are going to begin what will where is the report anyway why is this taking so long why the people named and it gets so damn much time you make their case and this investigation was fifteen months long and again this i g report has nothing to do with the fbi investigation of the trump campaign or whether or not there was a spy or informant the omay overlap is comi who played a role in both stories and they're probably it'd be overlap with mccabe now mccabe's story is is is interesting right now mccabe has a warrior and this lawyers name is michael bromwich and i i know a little bit about bromwich because he was nominated by a district judge chosen by district judge with whom he had a very very close relationship to be the court appointed special master of apple after apple lost an antitrust suit on pricefixing regarding electric books which was a crock amazon was fixing prices and they have been selling e books long before apple got an a business anyway i don't wanna relive the the case this guy was sent to apple for a period of a year to basically spy on them and to make sure that they behaved according to the direction of the court in not engaging in price fixing and when he got there this bromwich guide demanded the constantly meet with the ceo and the executive team he demanded to see state secrets trade secrets for apple supposedly in his quest to keep them honest they requested apple twice requested of the judge you appointed bromwich.
Shooting death of Steven Pitt, forensic psychiatrist, linked to killings of 2 women
"Giuliani will be on abc's this week with chief anchor george stephanopoulos a man hunt is underway in arizona police in scottsdale trying to determine if a fourth murder is linked to three other killings to paralegals in a forensic psychiatrists were found earlier this week and life coach and hypnotherapist marshall levine was found shot and killed in his office early yesterday abc's marci gonzales has more from scottsdale police here don't believe he or the other victims were killed randomly but with these shootings now happening daily they worry what could happen next if this killer isn't caught soon and police say they have an idea who the suspect is but they aren't releasing more on that or saying how these cases might be linked there's now a twenty one thousand dollar reward for information leading to the killer's arrest and conviction giant is warning that no trade deals will happen if president trump moves forward with tariffs on chinese goods commerce secretary wilbur ross in beijing for those negotiations this weekend trying to get china to buy more us goods the talks ended with no joints statement the us also taking heat from members of the g seven ahead of the summit this week criticizing the president over imposing tariffs on aluminum and steel for the eu canada.
"chief anchor" Discussed on Here & Now
"Nation at least half to to give credence to what she's talking about there another woman who declined to be named also came forward and said that he had a physically sort of embraced her underneath a jacket in a way that seemed sexualize as well and you know the there appear to have been people who had heard such incidents prior to right now david i mean he still works from uc as a special correspondent appears on air what is brokaw and nbc set about all this well brokaw's released a statement saying that he met with vestry twice at her instigation to give her essentially career advice in that the interactions were always professional cordial and appropriate as a very different account of what occurred on one seemingly giving much for innocent misunderstanding on either side nbc has been basically silent i have sought repeatedly today to talk to executives there and and still a seeking to do so i think there are two complications one of which just as you said he still a senior analysts let's not forget not only was he on the today show but he was for many many years the chief anchor of the network a defining face for the news division and for the network itself wrapped in the mantle of the greatest generation that he chronicled his books about the world war two generation he sort of got a bit of that or as well about somebody salt of the earth is robin mentioned and also andy lack who is the head of the news division now was head of the news division the nineteen nineties when these incidents are said to have occurred and he returned just a few years ago after different scandals involving different anchor brian williams so this is problematic for leadership as well they say there you know there are no i believe they don't have any allegations that they've found that that were fishery registered with the network but you know we're looking to confirm all that even as we speak.
Cincinnati, Roderick I and Jason Nathanson discussed on America's Truckin' Network
"Any other president i dealt with but i can't it's possible thinking back to his time as a prosecutor investigating the gambino crime family komi compares donald trump to a mob boss is the distinction between a friend of yours and a friend of ours i felt this effort to make us all maybe this wasn't their intention but it's the way it felt to me to make us all economic stra we're all part of the messaging we're all part of the effort the bosses at the head of the table we're going to figure out together how to do this abc's chief anchor george stephanopoulos with that sit down interview with james komi senator john mccain hospitalized in phoenix mccain was admitted to the mayo clinic in phoenix on sunday according to his office he underwent surgery to treat an intestinal infection his team says mccain is in stable condition in recent months he's been trying to recover from treatment for brain cancer his team saying he's been participating in physical therapy and has remained engaged in his senate work alex stone abc news as an emmy nominated nine thousand nine hundred eighty sitcom star has died hollywood is mourning the death of night court star harry anderson for nine seasons he starred as the magic loving judge harry t stone on the eighty sitcom nabbing three emmy nominations over for a grand jury he also starred in the nineties comedy dave's world playing writer dave berry police in asheville north carolina say anderson died at his home no foul play suspected harry anderson was sixty five jason nathanson abc news hollywood roderick i goes chopper up and another run crosses at it is six to nothing and billy hamilton with his third rbi of the night they put castio and motion and hamilton hit up the middle goslin easily scores and the hits just keep on coming for the reds team along with the run production news radio seven hundred wwl sports here's a reds update billy hamilton drove in two runs in the red snap their eight game losing streak last night whipping the brewers at miller park ten to four the reds win for just the third time in sixteen games this season cincinnati puts the game away with a six run sixth inning outburst louise castio earns the win.
"chief anchor" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Big critical questions that are on people's minds he did go on to say that obviously if a rubber muller comes out of the report that shows clear high crimes and misdemeanors that's what impeachment is four but i think it's true that he we would prefer that not to happen any the prefer people to take responsibility for our country's future by going to the ballot box and it's clear now this is a guy who was determined to keep the fbi of politics the irony of course is it ended up getting plunged right in to the political fray his he said in the interview he didn't vote as fbi director but now it seems the part of what he wants to do as a citizen is inspire people to get engaged politically george what now what what comes of this and presumably i mean would james call me is now told the country he told robert muller reverend mother will look at all sides of that and we'll we'll decide whether or not to indict whether to write a report abc's george stephanopoulos our chief anchor here in georgia you introduce the nation tacoma's wife patrice an unabashed hillary clinton supporter komi famously infuriated clinton supporters when eleven days before the election he announced the justice department was reexamining emails up ending the clinton campaign only to announce later that nothing improper had been found take us inside your house at that point you've written about this your wife patrice hillary clinton supporter yeah and and i didn't take a poll among all the kids but i'm pretty sure that at least my four daughters probably all five of my kids wanted hillary clinton to be the first woman president i wanted a woman president really badly united supported hillary clinton a lot of my friends worked for her and it's devastated when she lost.
"chief anchor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"What happens next the abc news exclusive event starts right now with chief anchor george stephanopoulos james call me a polarizing man for a polarized time hillary clinton says that he cost her the white house donald trump just called him and untruthful slime ball now he's sharing his story about standing at the crossroads of the most controversial election in modern history you say it's a dangerous time in our country i think it is and i chose those words carefully i was worried when i chose the word dangerous i i thought is that an overstatement and i don't think it is why not i worry that the norms at the center of this country we can fight as americans about guns or taxes or immigration and we always have but what we have in common is a set of norms most importantly the truth and if we lose that if we lose tethering of our leaders to that truth what are we i've talked to a lot of people who've watched you for a long time some of them come with with this story line on james comey here was a guy who loved being fbi director he got fired his angry i get i get why people would think that that's just not right welcome to election night two thousand sixteen what a crazy campaign this has been in his new book a higher loyalty komi describes the fateful decisions around the two thousand sixteen presidential election where were you as the returns were coming in i think i was home that night in the first states are in so let's get right to it you didn't vote no why not i'm the director of the fbi i'm trying to be outside of politics and that i shouldn't be choosing between the candidates look at that george donald trump is back in the lead in the state of pennsylvania i was surprised if he wins pennsylvania it is president elect trump all of us were operating in a world where the polls were showing that donald trump had no chance he's now going to be the forty fifth president of the united states the most stunning upset in american political history and what part of you is thinking.
"chief anchor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Out low paying tenants after friday's firing of fbi director andrew mccabe president trump's attorney called for special counsel robert mueller's investigation into russian election meddling to be shut down but abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos says the justice department process that led to mccabe firing was politically influenced your general said faulted him for lack of candor and the firing was recommended by veteran fbi officials that set against the backdrop of an entire process that's been politicized by the president calling for several months for andrew mccabe to be fired interfering in an fbi process which is highly unusual there's a presidential election in russia today the voting takes place amid all the new sanctions imposed by the us and the expulsion of russian diplomats by britain cbs's elizabeth palmer reports there's been an orchestrated effort to get people to the polls because alexa china vanni putin's most vocal opponent is organizing an effort to boycott the election supporters of the opposition candidate aleksei vanni the anticorruption crusader will not have voted today he was not allowed to run in the election but he called for a boycott and so his supporters won't go and vote because they're boycotting what they think of as a skewed and corrupt election wbz news time is twelve eleven it's time now for sports and chris farmers in the as hticket dot com sports studio good afternoon chris good afternoon to you out the madness continues today on the college hardwood another eight games in the ncaa field it's getting whittled down from twenty four teams to the sweet sixteen i out of the gate big ten vs big eastern they literally just tipped this bad boy off butler with a to nothing lead over purdue in detroit in east region play cinderella story unbc looks to extend their dream season later on tonight against kansas state their head coach ryan odem says any victory will be get on their side of the floor starts with our defense stops our guys are able to run in push the ball and caja tariffs are very very good transition and we're hard to match up with opening tip in charlotte tonight at seven forty five in the pros celtics returned to the court tonight at.
"chief anchor" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Example we had three television stations and everybody wash walter cronkite or david brinkley or whoever the chief anchor was everybody had a common set of facts and so there might be conservatives and liberals but people generally could agree on on a baseline of reality one of the dangers the in her head as as that people can have entirely different rallies they can be just kundun information the real reinforces their crime biases one of the things that i think i discovered even back in two thousand seven two thousand eight is a good way of fighting against that is making sure the online communities don't just stay online but they move off line and what i mean by that is that i think the social media is a really powerful tool for these people of common interests to convene and get to know each other and connect but then it's important for them to get off line he meet meet in a pub in how engagements in the open mic bleeded at a at a place of worship in a neighborhood and get to know each other because the truth is that on the internet everything is simplified and when you meet people face to face it turns out there complicated from this morning's washington john on acta clip our love former president obama when england's prince harry live now to the white house for the day's breaking with press secretary sarah sanders happy new year it's great to be back with all of you start by wishing everybody a happy new year but yes kind of so much under a little bit on that the president would like to start by congratulating two great teams from two great states both in the heart of trump country we look forward to a fantastic national championship between georgia and alabama next week and we know for certain that a lot of american workers are starting and having a very happy new year thanks to the wage increases in bonuses they got as a result of the president's tax cut bill companies are doing exactly what the president said they would increasing investment in raising wages and the workers.
"chief anchor" Discussed on KOIL
"View go get a liberal point of view find out on euro make your own opinion now now we knew if the get that and listen to what the listen to how it is incumbent upon go to cut one again please mike all of us in leadership have to find ways in which we can recreate a common space on the internet because it used to be in the united states at least for example we had three television stations and everybody wash walter cronkite or david brinkley or whoever the chief anchor was everybody had a common set of facts and so there might be conservatives and liberals but people generally could agree on on a baseline of reality it's the responsibility of those in government to recreate a common common place where people can get the facts in who provides those fax who would provide those facts in that common space on the internet we east talking about government he's talking about government run government propaganda that's what he's talking about that's exactly what he's talking about sound a little low repressive sound a little to tell the teheran sound a little dictatorial sound a little authoritay at authoritarian my gosh if donald trump had said that he'd be you know why he be hitler again for the next three weeks he be mussalini but that's your barack obama and he's not alone sat aloni say in what they what the others thinking in what the others have said like hillary hillary it said the same thing using different words are similar language it's who they are it's what they like to see they will openly tell you and and and barack obama how many times during his presidency did he attack rush limbaugh that he attack fox news.
"chief anchor" Discussed on WTMA
"View go get a liberal point of view find out on euro make your own opinion now now we knew it's a good at it was it to what the lissette to how it's incumbent upon go to cut one again please mike all of us in leadership have to find ways in which we can recreate a common space on the internet because it used to be in the united states at least for example we had three television stations and everybody wash walter cronkite or david brinkley or whoever the chief anchor was everybody had a common set of facts uh and so there might be conservatives and liberals but people generally could agree on on a baseline of reality it's the responsibility of those in government to recreate a common you know a common place where people can get the facts and who provide those fax who would provide those facts in that common space on the internet whoa east talking about government he's talking him out government run government propaganda that's what he's talking about that's exactly what he's talking about sound the little low repressive sound the little to tell the terry in sound a little dictatorial sound a little authoritay at authoritarian my gosh if donald trump had said that he'd be you know why he be hit the road again for the next three weeks he be mussalini but that's your barack obama and he's not alone is that aloni say in what they what the others thinking and what the others of sad like hillary hillary is said the same thing using different words are similar language it's who they are it's what they like to see they will openly tell you and bend and barack obama how many times during his presidency did he attack rush limbaugh that he attacked fox news.
"chief anchor" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Okay so now chuck todd offers his theory i mean this is an amazing moment chuck todd now offers his theory on how we lost the art of disagreements is cut number eight while i'm asking this i think a lot of people would point cable television as well talk radio as well what example and some may fire at me for this but i don't think i was healthy that we had a cable news channel run by a former political opera so the problem everett chuck todd in chuck todd's life is cable news and talk radio all allconservative and it when he says a political operative running a cable news channel he's talking about rodger ales at fox right that's who he's talking about a political operative george stephanopoulos is the chief anchor on abc news one of the biggest networks news networks in the country what is he talking about the kind of blindness you know i was talking about bob schieffer before you know he that same thing that kind of blindness that there in this bubbled obel is made of iron so what happened so we send donald trump donald trump like he says soft the drives me crazy sometimes he so rude he so bullying and all this stuff i understand i do get it it is you know they're talking back to the people and trump by the way loves it trumped it was said to tell his aides to say you know just tell him that crazy guy in the white house is going to do something really bad like you said here he said rex tillerson is off negotiating with with the north koreans and trump says as wasting his time as i they're not gonna listen to this never he's like oh my god they're probably well trump does this on purpose this is part of his negotiating technique in part of the reason the people who love him love him the problem is the problem is.
"chief anchor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The hip and knee senator dot com with steve bertrand partly sunny it seventy eight degrees right now at o'hare ban in is out there statement from the white house's the chief of staff john kelly and steve bannon the chief strategist have quote mutually agreed today that it would be steve's last day here's abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos she bannon had in along with a lot of enemy inside the white house for quite some time starting which aired kush the president himself will not happy with attention hits the ball and was getting a feeble on what losing a lot of arguments inside the white house as well it it pushed out of the national security council solid his key allies and then ask you to cancel at any cost out as well abc's george stephanopoulos john will you sms we'll talk more about that throughout the program today finland's interior minister says security is being stepped up across the country after stabbings that killed at least two people in the western city there police say a suspect is in custody being treated after he was shot in the leg the mother of heather higher the woman killed in the car attack in charlottesville telling abc news this morning she won't take a phone call from president trump now she says the white house tried to get hold of her a few times once possibly during her daughter's funeral and she says she saw the president on tuesday quote equating the protesters with the kkk and the white supremacist and quote nuclear west this went away by taking my hand and say and i'm sorry i'm not forgiving for that mayor emanuel says no there will be no namechanging at washington or jackson parks in chicago saying those presidents work to build and save the union there are no statues to a a li a general odd jackson a general buford from the civil war who fought to actually dissolve this union that we call america as our differences however says the full city council will look at a possible change to the balbo statue later this year governor rauner is sending signals he'll sign a controversial immigration policing bill it's aimed at limiting cooperation between local law enforcement and federal efforts to remove undocumented immigrants it looks like the in.