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Fresh update on "chief national correspondent" discussed on ABC Perspective
"Corona virus cases in the U. S topped eight million over the past week and the highest single day total of new cases positive test soaring in the U. S hospitalizations on the rise in many areas and questions about what kind of plan there will be going forward. ABC is chief national correspondent Matt Gutman says, though the new numbers are worrying. There's new hope treatment, the FDA providing a golden seal of approval for the covert treatment from death severe recognizing that the agency believes that drug, which will be the first FDA approved treatment to fight the virus is relatively safe to use and can shorten the duration of symptoms. Movement on the vaccine front is well flies are becoming the first company to test its vaccine on Children. Enrolling its youngest volunteer 12 year old Abby know his father is also participating Advisers trial for adults that as covert patients piling up in hospitals in the nation's Heartland, they're four to a room in the I C U at the University Medical Center in El Paso for daily covert cases have increased 450%. The past three weeks. Montana also notching a record number of cases, shipments of beds going to hospitals, the E R at the building's.
High water remains in some parts of Houston after Beta passes through
"Now to the flash flooding the warnings as we're on the air tonight up to fourteen inches of rain. In fact, flooding parts of downtown Houston tonight more on the way and high water rescues are underway as well. Here's our chief national correspondent backup in from Houston. Tonight. The remnants of tropical storm Beta stolen right over southeast texts, all these parts struck. With blinding rain came rising water. We were there on I. Wait to eight in Houston with water came up fast. Oh, it looks like a car stuff right up there. We managed to get out and they're yes but dozens of motorists the nation's fourth largest city. I Bid Day Houston Fire Department, rescuing more than sixty people motorists with those lifted pickups plowing the pat I expect to have a hundred or two hundred plus vehicles recovery today it took its time but made landfall and history overnight the first storm named with a Greek letter ever to hit the continental us. And David you can tell by the cars that are trapped here how fast these waters can rise and are still eight four inches of rain forecast for Houston fruits Louisiana areas that got battered by Hurricane Laura there are still more than forty thousand people without power in Louisiana. David Paterson, stunning? Image. Matter. Thanks to you.
Tensions escalate over the weekend in Portland as protest turns violent
"Another night of violence in Portland, Oregon, BLM an antifascist protestors torching mattresses outside a police station police soon marching in It was the 102nd night of consecutive protests here. At least 74 arrested this weekend protesters turning fireworks into canon, blasting police and in a significant escalation lobby gasoline bombs. One demonstrator demonstrator caught caught in in a a splash splash of of fire. fire. Bystanders Bystanders struggling struggling to to put put out out the the flames flames recent recent full full right right here, here, blanketing blanketing the the streets streets with with tear tear gas. gas. NBC's chief national correspondent Matt Gutman,
Miami - Governor DeSantis announces that 200,000 antibody tests have arrived in Florida
"Toll from corona viruses are passed seventy one thousand president trump telling ABC news more Americans may die as the country re opens but he said we must restart the economy soon he plans to disband the White House coronavirus task force next month saying it's time to focus on safety and re opening meanwhile cases in nineteen states that have eased restrictions are trending higher thousands of workers in meat and poultry plants across the U. S. second by the novel coronavirus now fears of a meat shortage across the country ABC news chief national correspondent Matt Gutman some of the biggest companies in the country happening at meat plants in it's been described as stationary cruise ships there are workers Alberto elbow shoulder to shoulder right across from each other and that's why at thousands of them under one refrigerated roof I mean it is a Petri dish for infection and contagion which is why we seen so many of these meat plants shut down so the president could order them to be opened but they can't do it because they simply don't have the labor more layoffs this morning Airbnb is cutting twenty five percent of its work force the company predicts a fifty percent drop in revenue revenue this this year year Wall Wall Street Street Dow Dow futures futures are are higher higher you're you're listening listening to to ABC ABC news news from from the the W. W. Y. Y. O. O. D. D. twenty twenty four four hour hour traffic traffic center let's take a look at
California Fires Are Getting Worse. What's Going On?
"While in the north tonight in Sonoma's county that Kincaid Fire they're calling it doubling in size over the past forty eight hours sixty six thousand acres charred already and containment falling just about five percent as we come on the air this Monday night our teams on the fire lines and ABC's chief national correspondent Matt Upman leading us off from Los Angeles the that brushfire ripping through West Los Angeles overnight turbocharged by the seasonal Santa Anna winds gusting above sixty five miles was per hour it's being called getty fire because in those early morning hours it threatened the Getty Center in Brentwood I'm just beneath Lia Getty Center one of the most famous museums in the world darrelle talkers in the air fire crews pretty much everywhere burning some of the most expensive real estate in the country Kissy this fire behind me is completely consuming this home in fact as all street is on fire can hear that crackling behind me it is very intense here the fire raced through the canyons here filled with dry brush you just said earlier that this is your worst we're coming through no question in seeing this every single year the fires that bigger up to twenty five thousand people or to evacuate in the middle of the night including select ladies like Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Bron James and his family today tweeting his best wishes to the first responders students from nearby Mount Saint Mary's University reaching out to to close to our school to have several hundred teenage kids that are have no way of getting out Phiri to safety in ambulances uniting with their parents while it was pretty scary to thirty in the morning you don't expect a phone call from your daughter at school by break squadrons of firefighting aircraft out in full force part of interstate four zero five shutdown there is nobody traveling south this is one of the most traveled areas in our area in the country and to see nobody on this roadway is almost a shocking sight it northern California that kincaid fire now more than sixty five thousand acres the fire destroying nearly one hundred structures into let's get to makeup and reporting in from outside Los Angeles and mad you and I both covered those wildfires in Califor- cornea this unfortunately is the time of year both in the north and in the south but I can't remember there in the Los Angeles area these fires hitting this particular neighborhood in quite some time oh it's been decades David and that's one of the reasons this burns so hot cooking this house right down to the foundations and take a look at that hill over there is that rush had also burned in decades and that created this super-charged fire like gasoline combined
Justify trainer disputes report on failed drug test
"Next to the triple crown drug scandal involving the force justify trainer tonight denying it the New York Times reporting that justify failed a drug test but was allowed to compete at the Kentucky Derby weeks later. Here's ABC's chief national correspondent backed up into that is the racehorse justified bolting through the mud increase to the winter circle back justified soon. Take the two thousand eighteen triple crown one of only thirteen thirteen horses in history but no one knew is that weeks before the Kentucky Derby justify tested positive for a banned substance scopolamine at a qualifying race at the Santa Anita Race Track The New York Times claims California regulators slow walk the investigation for months if they would have enforced rules that were on the books at the time he would have been disqualified. The time says the positive results came in April justified with soul to a breeder for a reported sixty million dollars in May and won the Belmont stakes in June but it wasn't until August that the California Racing Board convened on the matter according to the Times ruling justify wasn't doped but may have eaten contaminated food the California Horse Racing Board says it takes seriously the integrity of horse racing and justifies trainer unequivocally rejects any implication of doping
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"A._b._c.'s chief national correspondent backup and is on the scene with the latest on this investigation deadly rampage that left seven seven dead and over twenty wounded ending crunch of metal and gunfire outside this texas movie theater screening terror diving down a nearby woman using owned buddy. It's a shield. A child began. Just after three pm saturday saturday with the traffic stop authorities saying police pulled over thirty six year old seth a tour who allegedly blasted rifle-fire out his rear window hitting an officer i westbound four reports of shootings and victims flooding police scanners or you have an after shooter on the interstate. There's another another twenty five mile marker. The shooter seemingly popping up all over the odessa midland area a different type of active shooter that we were involved off with because he was terrifying drivers. They're back windshield shot out. Police say the shooter armed with an assault style weapon been ditched his car and hijacked a postal van killing its driver a local t._v. Station even evacuating its studio as a precaution with this one is just the size of the crime scene and right now we have approximately fifteen different crime scenes that were processing the last of the shooting scenes the synergy movie theater swat teams storming in evacuating those inside and unwittingly sending them right into that final shootout stilo points and after ramming police cars with that postal van the shooter is killed. Rick logo was right there. I heard two shots going over my head..
Body camera video shows Colorado police fatally shooting suspect in back
"Next tonight. Newly released bodycam video from colorado springs in nineteen year old shot and killed by police at one point point. The video shows his hands in the air running away. He's been shot. A._b._c.'s chief national correspondent matt up in with the video and it is disturbing. Hey guys talked to us tonight. This newly released body camera video sparking new questions about the final moments of nineteen year old devan bailey who died while trying to flee police colorado springs police responding to a reported armed robbery so we got a report to people similar descriptions possibly having a gun right so don't waste just check and make sure they have a weapon right as a third officer approaches bailey from behind he turns and runs away hands hands up hands up. Get your hands up. Get your hands up the officers later performing c._p._r. On bailey until till he was taken to the hospital where he died that he did not have a weapon in his hand and had not shown any weapon when he was shot in the back and killed in the video too graphic to show you can hear police saying bailey had a gun and can see as they try to retrieve an object surveillance video released last week sparked outrage rage and protests. David police continue to insist that bailey had a gun now the district attorney is reviewing the case. Bailey's funeral is set it for tomorrow.
Chief National Correspondent, California And ABC discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"We are learning more about the military jet containing live ammunition that crashed into a building in southern California with workers on the scene. ABC's chief national correspondent, Matt gunman with more from riverside that f sixteen that sliced through southern California warehouse was armed with mind munitions, the jet punching through the warehouse route, but the military airplane in our building stunned workers surveyed the damage the pilot ejecting while trying to return from a routine mission the
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Exactly, right. Recordbreaking lifetime coal rooms logo warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to be CBS can be CNN MSNBC can any local. News organization is going to report this same gobbly Gook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take. But do you know that it is hot this time of year every year in Australia? Every year they have seemingly scorching hot summers. And it's always in January that's summertime in Australia. There's nothing unusual about it. So we've got lifetime record breaking cold in the upper midwest, but because it summer in Australia. Proof that it's all global warming. I'm still struggling with how to overcome stupidity. That doesn't know itself. There's one thing you're talking to some stupid person knows they're stupid. You have a chance with them. But if you're talking to stupid idiots who don't know that they're stupid idiots, you talking ignoramuses at don't know, they're ignorant, if you're talking to stupid people who think they are, intellectual brilliant. You have an almost impossible task. Here is ABC is good Morning America. The chief national correspondent Tom yomas reporting about the cold weather in the mid west. This is incredible. We.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on KNSS
"Hey, exactly, right. Recordbreaking lifetime coal rubes local warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to have to be CBS can be CNN MSNBC any local. News organization is going to report this same Gook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take call. Do you know that it is hot this time of year every year in Australia? Every year they have seemingly scorching hot summers. And it's always in January that's summertime in Australia. There's nothing unusual about it. So we've got lifetime record breaking cold in the upper midwest, but because it summer in Australia proof that it's all global warming. I'm still struggling with how to overcome stupidity. That doesn't know itself. There's one thing you're talking to some stupid person knows they're stupid. You have a chance with them. But if you're talking to stupid idiots who don't know that they're stupid idiots. You talk of ignorance is at don't know, they're ignorant, if you're talking to stupid people who think they are intellectual brilliant. You have an almost impossible task. Here is ABC is good Morning America. The chief national correspondent Tom yomas reporting about the cold weather in the mid west. This is incredible. We.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Exactly, right. Recordbreaking lifetime coal rubes global warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to have to be CBS can be CNN. The MSNBC any local. News organization is going to report this same gobbledygook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take. But do you know that it is hot this time of year every year in Australia? Every year they have seemingly scorching hot summers. And it's always in January that's summertime in Australia. There's nothing unusual about it. So we've got lifetime record breaking cold in the upper midwest. But because it's summer in Australia proof that it's all global warming. I'm still struggling with how to overcome stupidity. That doesn't know itself is one thing if you're talking to some stupid person knows they're stupid, you have a chance with them. But if you're talking to stupid idiots who don't know that they're stupid idiot. You're talking ignorance is don't know they're ignorant, if you're talking to stupid people who think they are intellectual brilliant. You have an almost impossible task. Here is ABC is good Morning America. The chief national correspondent Tom yomas reporting about the cold weather in the mid west. This is.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Exactly, right. Recordbreaking lifetime coal rubes global warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to have to be CBS could be CNN MSNBC any local. News organization is going to report this same gobbly Gook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take. But do you know that it is hot this time of year every year in Australia? Every year they have seemingly scorching hot summers. And it's always in January that's summertime in Australia. There's nothing unusual about it. So we've got lifetime record breaking cold in the upper midwest. But because it's summer in Australia proof that it's all global warming. I'm still struggling with how to overcome stupidity. That doesn't know itself. There's one thing if you're talking to some stupid person knows they're stupid. You have a chance with them. But if you're talking to stupid idiots who don't know that they're stupid idiot. You're talking ignoramuses at don't know, they're ignorant, if you're talking to stupid people who think they are intellectual brilliant. You have an almost impossible task. Here is ABC is good Morning America. The chief national correspondent Tom yomas reporting about the cold weather in the mid west. This is.
Anti-vaxxers linked to spread of measles outbreak in US
"We told you Clark county Washington is seeing a measles outbreak. It's it's right outside Portland. Oregon and remember measles is super contagious. Health officials have been worried that if someone infected travels to a big city you could be looking at a wider problem. There are new developments this evening into spread of measles that outbreak. But recently a case popped up near Seattle. And now two people have come down with the measles. Inigo? Why these are not coincidences health officials say they contracted the disease in the Pacific northwest ABC's chief national correspondent that gunman is there in Portland where officials are on alert met that sounds alarming. I mean, what happened with these people in Hawaii would happen to them is that they took easels to Hawaii Brad. Apparently this outbreak obviously started here in the Portland slash Vancouver Washington area. There were a dozen public places and about ten emergency rooms and clinics that had exposure, and the incredible thing about the measles is if you get it you are not likely to die that is very unlikely. But. It is incredibly contagious. It is called spectacularly contagious. It can linger in the air for two hours after an infected person left the room, and you can carry it without knowing it for seven to twenty one days. So these boys who flew to Hawaii from Portland apparently were carriers of measles on that plane. And once they landed in Hawaii where they were quarantined for few days, and then sent back home once they were no longer contagious. But still you don't know what happened on that plane. What was going to say? So so at this point, we're still talking about like dozens of cases here, right? We're not talking about hundreds and not talking about thousands. What what is as you talk to public health officials? What is the appropriate amount of worry here? It's a good question. I don't think the public health officials really know what they told us is that they do expect the outbreak to grow. Now, not only does it take a exposure. And we had significant exposures in places like the trailblazers basketball arena the airport. I. Keo, Costco, big places were lots of people go. Oh, it was just like if you went to this Portland Trail Blazers game like you. You might have been exposed to the measles. Like, it's that serious. Yeah. There were nineteen thousand people there apparently. But and here's key the vast majority of those people have already been vaccinated for memoir. That's measles. Mumps rubella. And so they're not likely to get it. Well, then most of the people who've gotten it are people who were not vaccinated like you said, what do we know about the anti vaccine movement? If you wanna call it that in in Washington, and in Oregon woth, why is it more prevalent in one area than another do, we know? Well, the reason that we are seeing an outbreak here is because this has one of the lowest immunization rates in the country. Thank has about a seventy eight percent immunization rate for children eight six to eighteen years old, which is low there are some schools here that have immunization rates Brad that are in the twenties meaning that eighty seven or seventy seven percent of the kids in these schools have not been immunized. That's incredible. I have concerns about the safety of XI's. So they're hesitant to do a vaccine on the other hand, he's anti Baxter's or people who are hesitant about vaccine say you can't trust everything the government says, and there is plenty of anecdotal information out there saying that you can get sick. And they don't want to expose their kids to these vaccines. Just yet. That's really unfortunate. They're doing damage. They're doing serious damage because death can result from this. But public health officials warned that they're a danger disability, and they say, it's as simple as that. You have reported making actually spoke with some experts recently who said on average parents who oppose vaccinations are typically well educated they're generally more affluent. And in fact, I didn't know this outbreaks here often start when Americans come back from the more measles, prone Europe, so money to
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News chief national correspondent, Matt gut men is at the border in Tijuana Mexico with according to U S law asylum seekers have to have their applications, at least view that bind the US government. Now secretary Nielsen has said that only ten percent actually receive asylum, but that doesn't absolve the US government from actually trying to verify their application claims. The question is how many of the people here we'll try to seek asylum through the proper channels. How many will try to smuggle their way into the United States, and for those that are left here in Tijuana that is going to be for the Mexican government to deal with and that could be an extremely costly proposition. And according to US law doesn't matter how they get into the country. The US must at least consider their asylum application in the special counsels Russia investigation. Robert Muller and his team are accusing Paul Manafort of lying to them in violation of their plea agreement with him, here's CBS's. Paula Reed special counsel is being very clear they're not revealing anything about what he lied about. And it's just it right now it's unclear we do not know whether or not this information will ever be made public Manafort cannot now withdraw his guilty plea and may well face more prison time some long and frustrating waits for rail riders after an inbound NBA train snapped and axel just north of Belmont Waverley station. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl with that. It's all about communication. The NBA was quick to tell its Fitchburg line riders that are broken down train would cause delays. But Caitlin Mayfield doesn't feel. She got the full scope, I get text messages. So I was able to stay at my house a little bit longer than normal. And then I came down here and thought that we would get on train and like ten minutes and we didn't during her forty five minute. Wait, Caitlyn could watch is a train picked up writers under disabled one. Then sped past. The station. Now, she needs to communicate with their boss. I told him I was going to be late at eight forty five. But I must send another Email now because outside a lot later from Waverley station. Kendall Buhl, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty could a partial government shutdown being our future. That's coming up soon on WBZ..
Feds say 711 immigrant children can't be reunited with parents ahead of deadline
"To reunite all eligible families separated by the US Mexico border by tonight's court ordered deadline ABC news, chief national correspondent Tom Llamas has the latest. A federal government saying more than seven hundred children are ineligible for reunification. Because, of. An issue with their parents including hundreds of cases where the parents are. No longer even in this country the government will now have to work and try to. Figure out how when if they'll be, able, to get those families back together West Nile is back in Boulder County. Boulder, County public health says the, virus has shown, up in mosquitos in. Erie Lewisville in Longmont because we've had so much rain and then followed by, hot weather any standing pools are perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes China with. Boulder County she says homeowners are encouraged to drain water. From planners tires kiddie pools and the light people should also use deet and wear long sleeves and pants particularly at dusk and dawn Colorado Rockies off. Tonight they. Opened up a three game set a Coors field tomorrow night against. The Oakland a.'s our coverage Starts at six first..
‘The Crown’: Josh O’Connor to Play Prince Charles, Marion Bailey the Queen Mother
"Together Do I think that this is a little self, autobiography or whatever you say it A. Blast autobiographical figure was on like he's got a pretty voice you have another sign Johnny Fan of his songs this hysterically Sorry it's not must studio fifty four Donahue laughing, hysterically because Good hit, by a truck Sad song really What's it called cancer Sonko. My own reasons But he has. A he has what I can tell us it's got a good. Voice and it'd be good with the guitar run a campfire now never Can bring a guitar around. A campfire Julia yes I ask you would you put mount eerie. On a mix tape now There's nothing there for me Crossing. I liked depressing music though I. Mean don't get, me wrong I love south but I. Need fullness in the. Music I you need strings when you. Wanna get sad I need David racist. And we're playing, one that I love by Kelly Clarkson. And, you know that. Sober song by Demi Levato, is beautiful Yes beautiful it is so anyway that's cheers human shell Williams mazal Chiasso and how old, did I, she she was forty two and she's getting married for the first time in thirty seven thirty seven thirty seven forty Okay so we found out today. Why you know we were wondering why the crown didn't keep clarify and. The some of the other cast on because they're doing you know different decades right and we looked at the, new, woman who her name is Olivia, Colman who's gonna play clean? Queen, Elizabeth. And the crown next, year and. That she looks like she's young and she starts when she's? Just twenty nine years old and Laurie's like well why don't we just keep clarify why are we going on Jumping three years but. What. They're doing in this next. Series? Is there's a six season plan for the series and the idea of Ted Sardonia from net flicks he said over six, decades in, six seasons, presumably? The whole show will run eight to over eight to ten. Years yeah and so the Queen Elizabeth is going to age from twenty. Nine to current day in this one so today we found out who they cast as the queen's son Prince, Charles, and it's this gentleman named something, Bailey no at stachel Connor And he posted all. This so you can see a side by side picture of him, next, to, Prince Charles and he says it's the. Ears, his ears. Out One He, said these are going to foul the next. Seasons three and four will follow some of the most turbulent turbulent events and the prince of Wales life and our national, story and he's excited to be bringing to life the man in the middle of. It. All I'm very aware that it's a formerly talented. Family I'll be joining but reliably. Informed I have the ears for the parts and will fit right. In, yes So you have to look at these. Sites I. Think they do a good job at casting the other woman that they cast is Marianne Baillie and, she's playing the queen's. Mother. And they really I think. It's excellent yeah so I think it's fun they. Still have yet to cast because Princess Diana Maybe And season, four End of, this third, season. They say no, so. They, need okay Yep they're aging this. One. Big time Danny. The next one we're going to get a, young, angsty, teenage Prince. Charles and stuff we call my goodness I saw that it makes sense that they, didn't stick, with, clarify for season, three. Because, these actors are probably going to. Aid. Over the course. Of twenty years especially when you're changes so, much, in, that time. They love the show Still haven't finished Got plenty of time before Is. Just not on my game it's hard because I. Found a, time, just watch one at a time just say. Jill you have plenty. Of time before season three. The crown comes out you've got a full year I do know ABC already, did at twenty twenty on the. Thailand cave rescue and they're gonna. Do another one and I thought this is interesting it's. Going to air this Friday night on ABC obviously but it's going. To be focusing on a report for Matt Gutman the news unit, chief national correspondent who was over there during it but he's going to interview two of the British divers who were part of the team. That helped bring the boys. To safety and one divers name is Jason Melanson he tells the reporter that one of the boys began to wake up while a neck..
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Chief national correspondent author of forty two faith, with us Wait I. Thought it, was new Brian now sorry you still want to stay Yeah you actually like you better she's not, listening, right he's on no well he actually. Might, because he likes to know Because I. Think the world, of? Both of you. Well, guess what it is your birthday today just It is my birthday, I feel old bows especially compared to you guys but I enjoy, hosting, with you and with Brian it's my, birthday I can't I. Can't disagree with you there but I'm so glad, that you decided to wake up and spend the, morning with us Yeah this is great On and on You've had called you've had quite. A busy, week I mean you were in Helsinki just a few days ago to think that it's Friday now and that. Was on Monday it is just the way. Things go in the cycle were woke up at the Helsinki. Or Tuesday morning it's somehow made it to the. Major league baseball all star, game in Washington DC. On Tuesday night the. Very same day obviously go, back in time but the time zones. And all that but I was determined to get my son Patrick to the all star game because we both. Big baseball, fans you know we've never been the all star game was. DC this year I had tickets and we made it and we had. A great time I saw that Instagram and I thought is this. A fake pictures. He actually there he was literally Helsinki like. Twelve hours ago you were unbelievable commentary on our lives and quickly move and like this idea that you could wake up on Tuesday, morning in one not even another, city in America, but another country and then. Why. Baseball game true and now waking up this morning Ed with the news that there's going to be potentially another meeting between the two leaders at the White House and other summit between Latimore Putin and President Trump at the. White House they have extended the invited apparently this has been in the works for some time and it was talked about in their, one on one meeting what do, you make though, just bigger picture of how this. Week has unfolded obviously there's been a lot of criticism from both sides of the aisle about that press conference of course in Helsinki and you were there for that Do you. Think, we are now and do you think that the president criticism is still warranted or do, you think, he has cleaned up where he needs to You know I've got a lot. Of different thoughts about real time, I know there are a lot of fans of the president, who didn't like the idea that reporters like me and others yourself You know we're just, stating, the facts that this really was the president's. Best press conference I guess to put it mildly and it it's funny to be that there was so much criticism, the criticism, by people saying oh this is all the media's fault, and whatnot when the president spent the better part of the week trying to. Shift would he really? Said at the. News conference, you know my point being if if everything was weakness. Of light I don't think you would have stood up days trying to clean it up so you know what he never backtracks Backtracks and so I don't wanna dwell, on that, I get where you know the media did probably pile, on too much and I think that the narrative you know becomes always a. Disaster it was worse? Than a disaster Oh it was a calamity In the media sometimes a. Rush, to make it worse Just doing you know what is right which is. State the facts and then move onto the next story. Let's move onto the next leg, of this particular issue and and so Right to forward to say I think, the president has a golden opportunity here, maybe, to push all this folded in the, fall by inviting Vladimir Putin the White, House and trying to show his side of the, story which is the president trying to say look. We actually made some progress on Syria maybe, on Iran baby on North Korea getting Russia's help..
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Chief national correspondent author of forty two faith Ed or you with us Ryan sorry you still want to stay Yeah you're, actually like. You. Better, she's not listening he's on, no well he actually might. Because, he he likes to know Well guess, what is your birthday Today it is right birthday I, feel especially compared to you guys but I enjoy hosted with you and. With, Brian Kitts it's my birthday I can't I can't. Disagree with you there but I'm so, glad that you decided to wake up and spend the morning with us Yeah this is great apparently it's going to go on and on You've had called you've had quite a busy week I mean you were in Helsinki just a few days. Ago to think that it's Friday now and that was on Monday it is just the way things go in. The cycle where indoor woke up at the Helsinki or Tuesday morning it, somehow made it to. The major league baseball, all-star game in Washington DC, on Tuesday night the very same day. Obviously go back in time but the time zones and all that but I was determined to get my son. Patrick to, the all star game because we both big baseball fans you know. We've never been to the all star game was DC this year I, had, tickets and we've made it and we had? A great time. Instagram and I thought is this a fake pictures, he actually there he was literally in Helsinki like twelve hours ago you unbelievable or commentary on our lives and like this idea that you could, wake up on Tuesday morning. And, not even another. City in America but looking in a country Baseball game, so true and now we're waking up..
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Henry proud to say is a friend at very very funny man but he is the chief national correspondent for fox news new york times bestselling author of forty two ed thanks for jumping on the morning i just a good time we really great charity event with the foundational liberty national cal club we have great time buddy but you were funny and it was and you before you said and i told you this when i saw you coming off the golf course and i said i just was coming in i said you're obscene as this great because it takes the pressure off and you were great and you're glib and you busted my chops and just well our henry that was mark he'll and look i i would tell my role at you know it's sort of like you know if you're going through you wanna kill off the home run trot right if it is maybe gardner i'm sorta like gardner somebody might kiesel home run and you kind of warm up the crowd and then fisherfolk fiscal comes up and it's like aaron judge is taking you know another crowd foundation for towers foundation which you know you know they they started out of nine eleven but now have really their mission to say what's what forward and help all of these wounded warriors or coming home and fund them home depot at general motors and a lot of big sponsors check them out my favorite momma was rabble rabble neo former navy seal who took out bin laden you when you said he wasn't great at golf then he started walking toward the podium like wait wait he's got his crosshairs trouble right today we're playing golf is wonderful course gotcha liberty the new york skyline everything and but the only bad part was that you guys ahead of us were playing so annoying boiling hot and so i kept saying how yuppies who are these guys these guys probably shocked a lot better than i feel and it makes you know when i was trying to fill the crowd would he might have been a great shot with good line but he he's not a great shot of course.
Hawaii Kilauea volcano eruption: Fiery red lava, blue flames light up sky
"In hawaii officials warn the beginning stages of a main eruption at callaway summit may be underway rockfalls and gas explosions are being observed at the volcanoes crater abc news chief national correspondent mad gunman says two things are happening one is that fishers are cracking open the earth emitting clouds of sulfur dioxide and other noxious gases those are becoming more explosive because those fissures in the lava inside are now interacting with the water table causing these steam driven explosions which is why we're seeing those lava bombs the other thing that's happening is that kilowatt itself has started to omit this thick black cloud of ash rising up to four thousand feet the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee says he will vote to confirm gina hospil as director senator mark warner's decision makes it likelier that she'll be confirmed a pennsylvania judge has set a sentencing date for bill cosby bill cosby will learn his fate on september twenty fourth and september twenty fifth as montgomery county judge steven o'neill filed in order scheduling his sentencing hearing cosby faces up to thirty years in prison after being convicted in april on three counts of aggravated indecent assault he's been under house arrest on a million dollars bail since that time and subject to gps monitoring mark remillard abc news and it sounds like meghan markle's father will not be attending saturday's wedding after all he's now telling tmz he's undergoing a heart procedure and cannot attend this is abc news komo news.
White House aide dismissed McCain's views because 'he's dying anyway'
"For president trump's former personal attorney michael cohen with questions growing about millions paid the his shell company by businesses looking to work with the trump administration abc's chief national correspondent tom yomas has the latest the treasury department launching an investigation into the possibility financial records tied to the president's personal attorney michael cohen may have been legally lead cohen responding to questions about stormy daniels attorney michael who posted some financial details about a company cohen started shortly before the election essential consultants nadia legis and use that same shell company to facilitate the daniels payment in a hush agreement but also for a consulting practice that had transactions totaling at least four million dollars shortly before the election into two thousand eighteen among the web of companies that hired cohen at and t which allegedly paid him at least two hundred thousand dollars and has a major merger pending before the justice department the company says they paid to get quote insights into understanding the new administration former suitable giant novartis acknowledges they paid cohen one point two million dollars a company spokesman says they were promised quote access to the new administration also potentially troubling for cohen five hundred thousand dollars avenue ati says cohen received from columbus nova a company with deep ties to putin ally viktor vessel berg a russian billionaire who reportedly attended the trump inauguration and according to the new york times was questioned by the mother team two people tell the associated press that a white house official dismissed the view expressed by senator john mccain about president donald trump's cia nominee saying at a staff meeting that it doesn't matter because he's dying anyway the two people who were in the room for the comments say white house aide kelly sadler was discussing mccain's opposition to trump's pick for c i a director she made the remark they spoke to the ap on condition of anonymity to discuss the closeddoor meeting your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news now.
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"Comes next abc's chief national correspondent matt cup in on the mexico side of the border tonight tonight those migrants camped out over mexican border celebrating teat of them entering the us to officially begin to petition for asylum after the two thousand mile month long trek from southern mexico they now facing asylum process that could take years with long odds to gain citizenship customs enforcement troll claiming eleven migrants have been arrested for tempting to enter the united states illegally some seen here scaling the fence on the san diego border while others waited patiently setting up camp on the cold concrete he's at one hundred fifty others who are still waiting their turn their told to they could be days until they're allowed in and get their applications for evening martinez was kidnapped in her own home held hostage by gang she says it's not easy to live in a country where you're always afraid tonight they're hopeful that they won't have to fear any longer matt cup abc news tijuana matt thank you meantime tonight california and sixteen other states are now suing the epa after that agency's plan to weaken rules for vehicle emissions california filing the lawsuit now joined by sixteen other states and the district of columbia they say they are fighting for cleaner and more efficient cars the standards would have required vehicles to get thirty six miles per gallon by two thousand twenty five about ten miles over the existing standards epa chief scott pruitt says that plan needs to be revised there is still much more head on world news tonight this tuesday to medical reports tonight one on autism and determining when your child is an infant the other report on mosquitoes and ticks and what they can carry with summer just about the fiery crash on an american highway strangers working together to help save trapped victims your money tonight the new headline about gas prices on the rise the summer forecast.
Caravan of migrants reaches US border, await Border Patrol processing
"Sure kim jong un is watching very carefully what president trump does in iran david tonight martha thank you closer to home tonight and the showdown on the us border that caravan of men women and children from central america arriving at a us border post the question tonight what happens next abc's chief national correspondent matt gut men on the border tonight tonight that standoff but the mexican border intensifying some scaling to the top of this border fence customs and border patrol claiming some migrants have now illegally entered the us they had made the two thousand mile month long trek from southern mexico on buses train and on foot murray martinez said her family of nine has been pursued by the gang ms thirteen may he goes you told me if i stay in my country be killed president trump repeatedly warning the migrants should not be allowed into the us are you watching that mess that's going on right now with the caravan coming up but the migrants here say they won't give up gave it by far the longest part of the journey for any asylum seeker happens with they're actually in the united states and that's the process of being granted or seeking asylum it can take years and in hinges upon something called a credible freddie interview basically these migrants have to prove that they face persecution if they are sent back home and a majority of them are sent home david matt government on the border forest tonight thank you mad and there were also developments in that serial killer investigation in california investigators tonight on why they believe that former police officer allegedly went on a reign of terror joseph di angelo of course behind bars tonight authorities believe he committed twelve murderers more than fifty rapes in tonight right here what might have fueled his rage.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Yes he did david and the white house tells us today that despite what the president said today publicly tonight the president is planning to fight back a senior official tells me that jackson getting railroaded and that his record is impeccable david the white house says the jackson has a clean bill of healthier and that he has no plans to withdraw his nomination david mary bruce following the developments on the hill mary thank you we turn next year to that deadly van attack in toronto the driver appearing to intentionally strike victims on the sidewalks and the streets there the crime scene nearly a mile and a half long tonight what investigators are now learning about the drivers possible motive abc's chief national correspondent tom yomas in toronto again tonight the chilling new video of van turned into a killing machine burling down the toronto sidewalk plowing into pedestrians and tonight as investigators scour the scene a troubling portrait emerging of a man behind the wheel twentyfiveyearold alec manashian accused is alleged to have posted a cryptic message on facebook minutes before he began driving the rented van that message including these words all hill supreme gentlemen elliot roger roger killed six people in twenty fourteen rampage near santa barbara he recorded selfie videos lashing out at women can you at least say if the suspect was frustrated with his relationships with women again because that's part of the evidence that's going to be part of our investigation but police say the injured victims were predominantly women ranging from their twenties to their eighties thus ula the bully almost became one of them herself you were walking on the street and you're friendly had to pull you out of the way of the van i just remember just being pulled away into the direction and then he accelerated and hit the lady and all i can envision as that vivid image of the lady being on top of his hood and then being thrown to the ground and then he ran over her as he plowed to to the crowd menasian now charged with ten counts of murder and thirteen counts of attempted murder outside port his father emotional he didn't say much but the look on his face set it all you were crying in court smith toes with your field.
White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar remains hospitalized after suffering hemorrhage
"The suspect behind monday's rental van attack as twenty five year old alec minassian accused of using the van plow down pedestrians on the sidewalk for sixteen blocks before being stopped by police ten people were killed sixteen injured abc news chief national correspondent tom yomas in toronto with more swarms of course responders racing to the scene funding multiple victims already being triage by good samaritans there was four bodies on the ground police and ambulance hadn't arrived yet but people were trying to revive them a grim scene victims lying all over the street bodies covered with orange tarps shoes left abandoned in the middle of the street the injured loaded onto stretchers and race to nearby hospitals police still searching for a motive behind the mayhem tell the people in one nashville suburb will sleep easier suspected quadruple murderers behind bars this is jim ryan the police had been urging the public to report any suspicious person activity or unlocked door at officers had been running from place to place on false alarms finally a tip led to the woods not far from the scene of the murders and two twenty nine year old travis ranking as soon as the it was really no communication other dan down on him and he got on the ground nashville metro police lieutenant carlos lara says that's as far as rankings cooperation has gone when police ask about yesterday's four murders at the waffle house ranking is demanding to have a lawyer in the room jim ryan abc news nashville long road to recovery for former mariners pitcher danny farquhar who is out of surgery but in critical condition after suffering a brain hemorrhage during a game friday night komo's ryan yamamoto has the update and takes a look at the dangers of brain aneurysms and the science to watch out for danny for acquired now pitching for the chicago white sox and that frightening moment coming into six inning after throwing fifteen pitches on the mound something did happen with danny farquhar i don't know anything more than that but they did take him away that's when far core collapsed in the dugout players and paramedics coming to his aid and rushing him to the hospital for choir the.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"Courage but she was saying about them speak with lisa belkin chief national correspondent at yahoo news she's written a piece about the revenge of the face blockers these folks who shuns social media on our glad they've done so in the wake of scandals like the cambridge politica the office worker rights she won't even give her name out by saying you know high i'll i'll i don't even want be talking to you i'm not sure i want to be talking to you i i am so this is such an anathema all of it that i don't want to talk about it and yet she was extraordinarily spoken about it once we started talking but she checks we have bad experience when she first she signed onto facebook mostly for business reasons which a lot of people did a lot of people who didn't use it socially did have business pages because you kind of can't avoid it but she signed on and one of the first person to friend her pop up as a friend was someone who had sexually harassed her previous job and then the next person right after that was a woman who just more or less was in her face at another job and and i won't say stalking her but constantly following heraldic and badgering her questions and these were people who she had hoped to leave behind when she left these jobs and these are the two people who had popped up and she just said no more i'm done this is not for me and she really has not gone back lisa belkin chief national correspondent at yahoo news twenty one minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to geico i feel like.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And that is that i've invited ray suarez to join me as co host of world affairs ray is known to our listeners as the former chief national correspondent for pbs news hour he was also anchor of npr's talk with the nation ray is a great journalist he's a good friend and now back to our program and ray suarez at the heart of all this was the housing crisis and the intricacies of securities that were traded back and forth to the ends of the earth based on american mortgages and during this time yes there was an increase in the number of people who weren't paying their mortgages or who couldn't pay their mortgages but david wessel it didn't it never even got into the eighties more than ninety percent of americans were still paying their mortgages and yet the securities that their mortgages backed lost forty fifty sixty percent of their value how could that happen most people were still paying their mortgages these things became unsellable even though everybody knew most people were still paying their mortgages well one thing that happens is more and more people as this period goes on have a mortgage that's greater than the value of their house so while they're paying their mortgage today if you're an investor and you're looking at a security and it's a package of mortgages and a lot of the people are have mortgage that are greater than the value of their house you say what are the odds that these people are not gonna be able to pay back well there are a lot higher than they i thought there was so there was a general sense an accurate one that if house prices fell across the country more of these things we're gonna be unpaid than people had expected and that's what happens when you when people change their minds about something and in this case they were correct to change their minds they didn't appreciate the risks they had taken so the things were priced at one level suddenly it hits them this is a lot riskier than i thought and the world is a lot uglier than i expected so the the value of the the bonds goes down and you know there were a few people who took advantage of that the big short michael lewis's book as a whole book about people who figured out how to make money about as this thing well they wrote the escalator down.
Stormy Daniels sues President Trump over alleged affair
"Thousand customers still without power overnight from virginia to me was story daniel suing president trump while the white house says the president has already won an arbitration case against the adult film star porn star stormy daniels arguing her nondisclosure agreement is null and void daniels claims she and the president beginning intimate relationship in the summer of two thousand six in lake tahoe a relationship that included at least one meeting in a bungalow at the beverly hills hotel i spoke with her lawyer teacher client stormy daniels have sex with president trump guess there's no doubt about that no doubt in my mind in the complaint daniels acknowledges signing what she calls all rush agreement something she has not done before abc news chief national correspondent tom llamas one student was killed and other student critically injured in a school shooting wednesday in birmingham alabama both victims are 17 years old birmingham police chief orlando wilson asked of students and faculty were forced to shelter in place as mandis dan in that when this happens school was absent process of pain over for the day and that it late this situation led to a procedure us officials are calling the shooting at huffman high school accidental on wall street wednesday the dow closed down eighty three points you're listening to abc news new york times blooming stone critics everywhere all wrong raving about annihilation turn he's home mindblowing experience she now at certify fresher mutton tomatoes annihilation are now playing high it's jamie progressive number one number two employees leave a message at that page amy it's me jamie this is your daily pep talk i know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your all cappella.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"To dismantle the agency for speak with any wensky she's national correspondent at the boston globe she's written interesting piece entitled psalm be agencies or nearly impossible to kill why is it so hard by the way is it just the nature of connections are nobody has the guts to slash it or what you i think know i didn't part of it and you know you care about a thing of like too big to fail and these agencies are almost like too small to say you know it's like so small that like you know getting rid of them i mean really getting rid of all of them does not make any sort of major to end in the you know the the um in terms of balancing the budget and their budgets are pretty small and the each of them has a pretty excited constituency and a group of people who believe who really believe in in that and what they're doing i mean one great example is near the legal services corporation on this organization within the federal government that provides grant to help the poor people in civil cases to that if you have kyle to poor or vix options and this legal services the corporation is act then in every single county in america and so it has the district broad base of support that you know it from one perspective you could say oh gosh you know why the federal government doing the congress is the one that that that funds these agencies and you know it the legal services corporation is incredibly popular because of the reason that it it it does a lot that um members of congress wanted to report resume any wednesdy chief national correspondent at the boston globe reminder by the.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Saying in preliminary exit polls the results tonight voters are almost evenly split on the allegations against roy more forty nine percent call them definitely or probably true 45 percent definitely or probably false did it factor into their decision forty percent say they were one of several factors in their decision 55 percent say they were minor or no factor at all and when asked which candidate shares voters values 49 percent say doug jones shares their values forty six percent say void more abc's chief national correspondent tom llamas in alabama leading us off tonight really more today galloping through the polls but tried to cast a vote for himself as rocky as the last month of his campaign candidate who she threw a crush of reporters and their questions alabama's former chief justice dividing his own party eight women have accused him of a range of inappropriate sexual behaviour to say he assaulted them when they were just teenagers many republican senators calling for him to drop out when with well i'm coming to the senate and now we're working on our from blair one republican staunchly amour's corner president trump this morning tweeting the people of alabama will do the right thing vote roy more another big more booster the president's former chief strategist steve bannon there's a special place in hell more republicans who should know better and they're trying to shut up president trump in judge more binion's comments coming just weeks after he bunker trump seem to side with moore's accusers saying there was a special place in hill for people who prey on children but voters we talked to are standing by more rapidly.
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"In the meantime tonight all across the storm zone people who fled the storm are now returning home to assess the damage and try to get on with their lives to rebuild but millions of those homes still have no electricity and in so many cases no water and making it worse temperatures holding near 90 all across the state abc's chief national correspondent tom llamas near fort myers again tonight for us today outside of blaming beach epic traffic jam residents were evacuated erba now why only allowed to return but for so many coming home it's just the beginning more than four million customers still without power bracing for another night in the dark hour elsewhere 24 hours now here's the fort myers dave and more margie take me inside their own it's complete darkness and when i lose the flashlight that's what it's like for a lot of people here in florida no way see no running water either they got the tub filled up here people uses water bay that uses water to drink whatever it takes to get by repair crews from thirty states and canada over now now joining the teams already in florida it's an intense but we just take it step by step one one one job at a time but restoring electricity to the whole state could take weeks the power outages also leaking to traffic in some cases with the traffic lights out at this intersection of course have to treat it like a fourway stop and that's leading to some backups as you can see clogs the roads as far as the i can see today some drivers ignoring those rules the sarasota sheriff's department reporting multiple crashes the greatest number of fatalities when it comes to a storm whiteness occurs after the storm has passed in lee county at least twenty one people hospitalized with possible carbon monoxide poisoning running of forty spreading the word tonight to homeowners if you have a generator you must keep it outside.
"chief national correspondent" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"And david as you know i drew up here in south florida i grew up with hurricanes and when we woke up to that haunting howling sound of the wind there's only one other storm i thought of hurricane andrew david so many people it said the same thing jeweler thanks to you all day long as well in next all along burma's pat tonight a trail of destruction in back at this hour there are already millions without power in his state abc chief national correspondent tom llamas is important myers tonight tom david we're feeling the brunt of hurricane arm of right down this win is whipping so hard and the rain doesn't stop we had a dominant power but what's really breaking if the infrastructure of the power sector here in florida tonight erbas fear sweden's toppling trees like matchsticks those dangerous gust littering roads crashing into course at stabbing power lines overnight flashes in the sky before first sites of the widespread power outages to come more than two million florida customers now without electricity and federal officials tell abc news that number could shoot up to five million utility vehicles or at the ready to turn the lights back on as soon as it safe but no telling when that will be analysts predict herbal could do two hundred billion dollars worth of damage and were seen it already.