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Woman who allegedly sent ricin to White House charged

The Mungenast St. Louis Honda Sports Open Line

00:42 sec | 6 hrs ago

Woman who allegedly sent ricin to White House charged

"Court appearance for the woman accused of sending poison through the mail through to the White House farrier, a Canadian communicated in federal court threw a French translator. She is charged with making a threat against the president of the United States. The letter was intercepted before it got to the White House. After that. Customs and border protection agents tracked down and arrested farrier near the U. S Canada border. Various hearing addressed a criminal complaint so she did not have to enter a plea. Her next hearing set for Monday will address bail. She will eventually be extradited to the D C district where the charge was initiated. Good All Scott Vice

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Canadian woman charged with sending ricin-laced letter to White House

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 5 hrs ago

Canadian woman charged with sending ricin-laced letter to White House

"Woman accused of sending a poison laced letter to the White House is heading to court. The letter suspected of containing the poison. Reisman was intercepted at the government screening facility. According to court papers. Pascal Carrier wrote a letter to the president calling him the ugly tyrant clown and telling him to give up and remove your application for this election. During the investigation, the FBI found six additional similar letters that appear to have been received in Texas in September that also contained similar language barrier was arrested Sunday while trying to enter a border crossing in Buffalo. Alison Keys. CBS News will

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Trump tells Pennsylvania town hall participants that he 'up played' severity of coronavirus

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:10 min | Last week

Trump tells Pennsylvania town hall participants that he 'up played' severity of coronavirus

"At this hour. The ABC. News. townhall underway president trump and George Stephanopoulos the president taking questions directly from uncommitted voters. No questions off limits and it comes amid pandemic as the US. Now, near two hundred, thousand American lives lost forty nine days until the election and our chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl from Philadelphia tonight. Tonight President Trump is taking questions from uncommitted and socially distant voters at our ABC News Town. Hall. Meeting in Philadelphia topic a the corona virus student a Johnny Powell asked him this question it. They will have it's the president's responsibility to protect. America, why would you downplay a pandemic? That is not disproportionately harm low income families minority communities. Well I didn't downplay it I actually in many ways I played in terms of action. My accent was very strong. Necklace what I did was a with China I put a ban on with Europe I, put a ban on and we would have lost thousands of more people had not put the ban on. So that was called action not with the mouth, but in actual fact. We did a very, very good job when we put that ban on whether you call the talent or luck, it was very important. So we saved a lot of lives when we did that there were holes in the ban in the European bandon come for another month while they were Americans the holes in where if you have somebody in China, that's an American citizen we had to let him in president is campaigning as if the pandemic is a thing of the past summoning large crowds of supporters packed shoulder to shoulder most not wearing masks in an interview in Nevada he said he wasn't personally worried about getting corona virus but didn't say anything about the threat to his supporters. Getting. Concerned. More, concerned about slow. I'm. Staged far away. Another Joe Biden is back on the campaign trail to very different way today holding a roundtable with veterans in high school. Gymnasium in Tampa Florida participants sitting at least six feet apart biden slammed the president for not being upfront with the American people about the virus false promises. Not, leveling without tough things are going to be. The American people never been able never failed to step up to what had to be done had to be done. But that's not happening. And Biden the president over the report in the Atlantic denied by the White House that he called war heroes, suckers, and losers nowhere ours false more glaring more offensive to me at least. When it comes to his Denigration of our service members, veterans wounded warriors falling. Florida may be the closest and most important battleground of all Michael Bloomberg is spending one hundred million dollars to help Joe Biden in Florida and Donald Trump knows this is a must win state. The trump campaign has spent more in Florida David than any other state.

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Trump defends coronavirus response amid revelation he downplayed threat

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:55 min | Last week

Trump defends coronavirus response amid revelation he downplayed threat

"Did not want to drive the country into a frenzy. And so he purposely downplayed the severity of cove in 19 at the time, knowing how serious it actually wass ABC News chief, White House correspondent Jonathan Karl says. This comes in response to a new book from journalist Bob Woodward. It's all on tape President Trump bluntly acknowledging the Bob Woodward he fully understood the deadly threat posed by Corona virus and that he was misleading the American public about it. In his book Rage. Woodward writes that national security adviser Robert O'Brien Told President Trump on January 28th that Corona virus quote will be the biggest national security threat you face in your presidency 10. Days later, Woodward interviewed the president, and they spoke about the virus. Here is an excerpt from the audio tape obtained by CNN. Just breathe the air. That's how it's passed. And so that's a very tricky one. That's a very delicate one. It's also more deadly than your You know you're even your strenuous flues for more deadly. This is five per. You know, this is 5% versus one present in less than 1%. So this's deadly stuff. But just three weeks after that, the president told the American people. Krone virus is like the flu directly contradicting what he told Woodward. This is a flu. This is like a flu Within a couple of days, There's going to be down to close to zero. Uh, that's a pretty good job with you may ask about the Corona virus, which is, um, you know very well under control in our country. In another interview in March, the president candidly acknowledged the Woodward. He wasn't being up front with the American people. Now it's starting out. It's not just all people by produced today and yesterday Some startling facts came out. It's not just old older people to plenty of young people. It's clear just from what's in on the public record that you went through. A pivot on this to Oh, my God. The gravity is almost Inexplicable and unexplainable. Well, I think really be honest with you here. I want you. I wanted to, uh, I wanted to always play it down. I still like playing it down. Yes, because I don't want to create a panic and the very next week, the president said this America will again. And soon be open for business. Very soon a lot sooner than Three or four months of somebody was suggesting A lot sooner. We cannot let the cure being worse than the problem itself. The president was asked directly if he was misleading the public in order to prevent a panic, and he acknowledged again. He had been well, I think if you said in order to reduce panic, perhaps that so the fact is I'm a cheerleader for this country. I love our country. Campaigning in

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Trump acknowledges he intentionally downplayed deadly Coronavirus

America in the Morning

00:50 sec | Last week

Trump acknowledges he intentionally downplayed deadly Coronavirus

"President Trump is acknowledging that he downplayed the impact of the deadly Corona virus earlier this year, telling reporters on Wednesday cannot show A sense of panic or you're gonna have bigger problems than you ever had before ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. It's all on tape President Trump bluntly acknowledging the Bob Woodward he fully understood the deadly threat posed by Corona virus and that he was misleading the American public about it. In his book Rage. Woodward writes that national security adviser Robert O'Brien told President Trump on January 28th. At Corona Virus quote will be the biggest national security threat you face in your presidency. So Biden's reaction memory said he wasn't by the intelligence community. How bad it wass. He didn't read. It just live. That's wrong. It's totally

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President Trump doesn't dispute downplaying COVID in order to reduce 'panic'

Start Here

05:56 min | Last week

President Trump doesn't dispute downplaying COVID in order to reduce 'panic'

"There are a few games for every president. One of those games is that at some point, Bob Woodward will write a book about you. While you're in office, the Democratic National Committee is trying to solve this prime minister. Began before dawn Saturday when five intruders were captured by police inside the offices of the committee in Washington. By Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein broke the Watergate story since then Woodward has done his thing where he talks to literally everybody can at the White House and writes up the narrative that emerges to do that he often talks to sources on deep background that means names aren't used not even their direct quotes. The reason I bring this up is don't talk to him. Someone else will and the best way to get your version of the story out there is to give him a call. I. That is how he managed to get interviews over the. Last several months we begin tonight with those bombshell recordings. We yesterday we finally learned what is in Bob Woodward's latest book about President Trump. There were lots of revelations in the Washington Post report, but the biggest was the claim that the president intentionally misled Americans about how bad the novel Corona virus was at a critical moment and this admission do not come from a bunch of unnamed sources it came from President trump himself. Let's ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan, Karl John We've now learned the president did a ton of on record interviews with Bob Woodward. What did he tell him? Well, he did eighteen interviews with Woodward Woodward tape them, and now we we hear the audio here the President's voice in this headline on the virus, which is you see the president's progression slee we only have five people hopefully everything's GonNa be great. They have somewhat of a problem, but hopefully, it's all going to be great but we're working. With China just so you know and other countries very very closely. So it doesn't get out of hand February seventh interview. So this is really we're starting to grasp the the severity of the pandemic overseas, not necessarily here in the United States yet the president tells Woodward quite candidly that this is really bad. It goes through Air Bob that's always tougher than the touch. You don't have to touch things right. But the air, you just breathe the air that's how it's passed. This is more deadly than the flu more deadly than even the most strenuous flus. So. The president is acknowledging on February seventh to Bob Woodward that this is a really dangerous threat. And in and by the way. The virus fast forward that working hard looks like by April and theory when it gets a little warmer. Miraculously goes away. That's true. We know what the president was saying publicly was largely downplaying the threat. This is a flu. This is like a flu within a couple of days is going to be down close to zero. Now it's turning out not just all people. Today and yesterday. Some startling facts came out. It's not just old all. Were asked him about that in a in a subsequent interview in the middle of March, and the president quite candidly says that he likes to. Downplay the threat basically because he doesn't want to get people to work up, I, wanted to. Play it down I like laying it down. Because I don't want to create panic. And you were sitting in the White House briefing room waiting for the press secretary as this was all dropping yesterday, right like Woodward's audio recordings playing on CNN's. What was the response from the White House? Well, this is an extraordinary story of Woodward and scientist Woodward's reportings. We often get in his books. There's actual tapes of the President's Voice essentially acknowledging that he had been misleading the American public I mean. This is this is there other details of the book that were also you know embarrassing so clearly, a little bit of damage control in real time is going on in the white? House the. Breathing was pushed back by fifteen minutes than another fifteen minutes than another fifteen minutes and eventually Kelly Mac, in any of the press secretary comes out. So this president does what leaders do good leaders it stay calm and resolute at a time when you faced an insurmountable challenge, that's what this president is not that the president lied to the American College about the threat posed by the president has never lied to the American public on Cova actually say. That the president. Did Not downplay the coronavirus threat never downplayed the virus. Once again, the president expressed calm. The president was serious about this when Democrats were pursuing their sham and. Hear the president's. Own Voice telling Bob Woodward. Always play it down I still like playing down likes to play it down because he doesn't want to create a panic and then after macanese briefing, the president came out made an announcement on related about his potential judicial nominees. And he was asked about this and said you know so did you mislead the public well I think if you said in order to reduce panic perhaps that sell fact is a cheerleader for this country I love our country and I don't want people to be frightened I don't want to create panic as you say, and certainly I'm not going to drive. This country or the world into a frenzy, and he acknowledges right there right there what he said on the tape to Woodward yes. He he does downplaying worried about creating panic. Well. So what is the justification of that though John Jonkers? I didn't WANNA start a panic but on the other hand, if somebody hears, you say this is no worse than a flu and they act like that and then they get the coronavirus and have horrible health from vacations I mean, what do you say to that the White House? It's a tough one because this is a president the. Leadership and not creating a panic isn't about like lying to

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Biden says Trump downplaying coronavirus threat was 'almost criminal'

World News Tonight with David Muir

05:05 min | Last week

Biden says Trump downplaying coronavirus threat was 'almost criminal'

"We begin tonight with those bombshell recordings president trump giving journalist Bob Woodward, eighteen interviews, and during those interviews, the president admits to downplaying the coronavirus in the US early on telling. Woodward. He knew the virus was deadlier than the flu saying privately, it goes through the air. That's. How it's passed, the president telling Woodward an early February that the virus would be deadlier than the flu but weeks later, his words in public telling the American people that the virus was like the flu it was in March the president talks about the toll with Woodward, not just on older Americans but revealing its quote young people to plenty of young people. During interviews president trump admits to intentionally misleading the American public because he didn't want to cause a panic. Tonight how the president is now explaining those comments how different they were in public versus private at his opponent Joe Biden's response to ABC's chief White. House. Correspondent Jonathan Karl leading US off. It's all on tape president trump bluntly acknowledging the Bob Woodward he fully understood the deadly threat posed by corona virus and that he was misleading the American public about it in his book rage Woodward writes that National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien. Told President Trump on January twenty eighth that Corona virus quote will be the biggest national security threat facing your presidency ten days. Later, Woodward interviewed the president and they spoke about the virus. Here's an excerpt from the audiotape obtained by CNN breathe the air that's how it's. passed. And so that's a very tricky one. That's a very delicate one It's also more deadly than your. You Know Your even your strenuous lose for more deadly. This is five per you know this is five percent versus one percent less than one percent you know. So this is deadly stuff but just three weeks after that the president told the American people krona virus is like the flu directly contradicting what he told Woodward. This is a flu. This is like a flu within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero. That's a pretty good job we've done. You may ask about the coronavirus which is. Very well under control in our country in another interview in March, the president candidly acknowledged to Woodward he wasn't being upfront with the American people. Starting out, it's not just old people, which is today and yesterday. Some startling facts came out. It's not just old old exactly able to plenty of young people. It's clear just from what's in the public record that you went through a pivot this to Oh my God the gravity is almost inexplicable unexplainable I think bob? Really. To be honest with year I want you I wanted to I wanted to always play it down I still like playing down. Yes. Because I don't want to create a panic and the very next week the president said this America will again. And soon be open for business. very soon a lot sooner than. Three or four months at somebody was suggesting. Lot sooner we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself. The president today was asked directly. If he was misleading the public in order to prevent a panic and he acknowledged again, he had been well I. Think if you said in order to reduce panicked perhaps it. So the fact is a cheerleader for this country I love country campaigning in Michigan today Joe Biden who has made the president's handling of krona virus a centerpiece of his campaign called the president's comments to Woodward, a disgrace he knew and purposely played it down worse. He lied to the American people he knowingly and willingly lied about the threat posed to the country for months he knew how dangerous it was. All this deadly disease ripped through our nation he failed to do his job on purpose. Was a life and death betrayal of the American people. And to let's bring in Giancarl, with us, tonight in the white. House was pressed on this today really in a question that many folks at home are likely asking tonight why? Why would the president offer Woodward such a detailed account of the dangers of the coronavirus yet deliver a different message to the American people didn't he know that talking with journalists that this would ultimately reported? Well David. It's extraordinary. The president did eighteen separate interviews with Bob Woodward over the course of several months as he was working on this book his National Security Adviser just a short while ago said this was the president's decision to do those interviews and that he was quote willing to go into the lions ring with Bob Woodward but I can tell you I think another factor here is that when Woodward wrote his last book. The president was upset that his staff turndown Woodward's request to get an interview with him He believes that he can talk himself out of anything and if you could talk enough to Bob Woodward's, he would have a positive portrayal in his book

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Trump Vows to Issue Executive Orders if Coronavirus Relief Talks Collapse

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:45 min | Last month

Trump Vows to Issue Executive Orders if Coronavirus Relief Talks Collapse

"Breaking news on the economic front the White House and Democrats say talks of the economic stimulus package they have hit a wall president trump is threatening to take executive action on his own. Let's get details on that from our chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta. Americans they are in desperate economic pain right now but stimulus talks seem to be going nowhere right now what's the latest? Well, that's right. Wolf with negotiations falling apart over Corona Virus Relief Bill White House officials say president trump is now expected to take some kind of executive action to provide financial support to Americans who are struggling to find work during this pandemic the executive orders are likely to include some kind of effort to provide enhanced unemployment benefits as well as some kind of. Action on suspending evictions from rental homes. There may be some other proposals in the mix, and in the meantime, we should point out the president just hinted at the path ahead in the last hour tweeting, we're going a different way that tweet coming from the president in just the last hour, and in the meantime administration officials are throwing cold water on the president's gold having corona virus vaccine ready by election day one senior administration official told me earlier today that timeline is highly unlikely. President trump's claim that a corona virus vaccine could be ready by election day is receiving an injection of reality as top administration health officials are saying, don't bet on it. Then November third. Oh I. Think I think in some cases. Yes. Possible before. But right around that time, a senior administration official told CNN that timeline is just not realistic saying it's quote metaphysically possible but highly unlikely and Corona Virus Taskforce Dr Anthony Fauci said. May Have to wait until November or December just to find out of a vaccine really works adding maybe we'll get an answer as early as October but I doubt it trying to put a finer prediction on the timetable right now I don't think any of us have enough information yet to know how that's going to shake out. The pandemic Bennett economy recovered somewhat in July with the unemployment rate falling to just above ten percent with one point eight million jobs added even with so many Americans still out of work congressional Democrats and White House officials have been at odds all week over Corona Virus Relief Bill with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, pointing the finger at top aides to the president. Now, that's been in the White House when the president's land that table and walked out that's really what Mr. Meadows. Did I on the table can't shoot staff Mark Meadows Jabbing right back I think for those that are suffering they. They should be asking the Democrats in the House and the Senate why why have you failed to meet the needs that we have so rightly expressed without a deal the White House is signaling Mr Trump will take executive action that legal drafting is complete. We've had this intense discussions about this. In the last several days, I don't WanNa make predictions. Democrats are also keeping an eye on election day accusing the administration of making changes to the nation's postal system that could slow down mayland balloting in a letter, the Postal Service Inspector General, a group of Democratic senators wrote the changes appear to pose a potential threat to mail in ballots and the twenty twenty general election President Likes Mail in voting in Florida but not another states like Nevada Florida's got a great Republican governor and it had a great Republican. Got Run to scientists Rick Scott, the president is seizing on comments made by Joe Biden, you seem to say African Americans are less diverse and their political views Latino voters unlike the African American community notable exceptions. The Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With, incredibly different attitudes about different things Biden try to clean that up tweeting in no way. Did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith not by identity not on issues not at all Mr Trump, tweeted biden is no longer worthy of the black vote I don't know what's going on with them, but it was very insulting. The president's attack on Biden are tricky for Mr Trump, who has a long track record of racially offensive behavior including sharing this video, featuring a supporter shouting white power. Now the US intelligence community issued a startling statement on election security today as the US closing in on the fall campaign. In that statement intelligence officials warn Russia is trying to damage from where Vice President Joe Biden. His chances to win the white. House the statement also from the intelligence community says, she prefers that president trump fail in his bid for a second term. These warnings from intelligence officials come at a critical time for American voters who were largely unaware that. The Russians were interfering with the election for years ago this time the voters know all too. Well, what could

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

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04:30 min | 2 months ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Also a dollar 69 in northwest Dallas. This is the fuel city and Harry Hines and Northwest Highway plus 1 72 in mid Lothian at the Murphy Yusa at Walton Way and to 87 the current local average in North Texas, bumping up a penny to a dollar 90 to their new allegations of sexual misconduct at Fox News. Former White House correspondent and anchor Ed Henry is among those mentioned in the new complaint. He was fired three weeks ago. Shortly after the new claims against him first surfaced. CBS News correspondent to Rekha Duncan spoke to the two women were making the allegations. They said they feel relieved but yet still scared. I spoke to Jennifer at Card and Kathy ARU, who described the workplace where they say abuse was routine and even expected. A warning to our viewers. Some of the allegations you're about to hear you may find very disturbing. After we met and we had a photo taken together. He messaged me. Wow, you are way more beautiful in person. Jennifer echoed, says her connection to then Fox News correspondent Ed Henry began in 2014 when she was a production assistant as a 24 year old girl in the chief White House correspondent follows you on Twitter. You, You know, you get stars in your eyes and you, but Eckhart says those stars quickly faded in a lawsuit filed Monday. She accuses Henry of violently raping her in 2017 while she was helpless and restrained in metal handcuffs and says Henry perform sadistic acts on her that left her injured, bruised and battered with bloody wrists. Would you characterize the relationship you were in with Ed Henry as mainly abusive? Absolutely. Without question. I felt that he had the power to derail me to destroy me to ruin my career. And I didn't have a voice until now. Card alleges Henry asked her to be his sex slave and threatened punishment and retaliation if she didn't comply. In response to those claims. An attorney for Ed Henry said the evidence in this case will demonstrate that Mrs Eckhart initiated and completely encouraged a consensual relationship. Was there ever a time at Fox that you felt safe and it's safe to say that I was paralyzed by fear when I was working there. I don't know how you could call to continue to cultivate and foster Environment that rewards sexual predators. Um, consistently year after year. I don't want anyone else to feel that way. Fox News says it concluded a ruse allegations were baseless after an independent investigation, responding in part by saying, We take all claims of harassment, misconduct and retaliation seriously. The lawsuit also alleges that Fox News Higher ups were made aware that other women had filed complaints about sexual misconduct regarding at Henry, but the network says there were no claims about sexual misconduct on Henry a CZ earliest, 2017 other than The claims that Eckhart recently made now Jennifer Eckhart tells us she was fired from Fox News this past June. That is CBS News correspondent Erica Duncan reporting. British scientists have announced the success ofthe those preliminary trials of an experimental Covic vaccine. So what's next? CBS's Vicky Parker tells us after Peter King and advisor to the British government says British regulators are now faced with a difficult dilemma. If they delay approval of the vaccine, millions more may die unnecessarily. If they say yes, there will be a queue of 3.5 1,000,000,000 people suddenly form asking for the vaccine, So it's quite a tricky call. One thing he does know the virus, he says, is here too. Hey, all science could do is come up with strategies to contain it or prevent it or defuse its worst effects. Vicki Barker CBS News London, another grocery store chain in the Deep South has seen the light. Now the requiring face masks in and about face. Jacksonville, Florida based Winn Dixie Supermarkets says customers will be required to wear a face mask. And it's 500 stores in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. The company says most of its stores are already under a local or state government. Masked bandit, the grocery store chain over the weekend, said it was not going to require face coverings to avoid confrontations between its workers and customers. Jim Krystle, a CBS News coming up your traffic.

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Trump says coronavirus briefings will return and calls wearing a mask "patriotic"

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Trump says coronavirus briefings will return and calls wearing a mask "patriotic"

"This evening president trump and the coronavirus. After months of criticism, he tweeted this photo of himself, wearing a mask today, and what he said with that image and the president also revealing, he's now bringing back those daily coronavirus task force briefings amid poll showing, Joe Biden with a significant lead in Americans questioning the president's handling of the pandemic. Here's our chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Tonight. After weeks of saying little to nothing about the surgeon covid nineteen infections across the country. The President says he's changing course, so I think what we're going to do is get involved and we'll start doing briefings. The move comes after his political advisors warned that if he doesn't convince more people, he is taking the pandemic seriously. He is likely to lose in November we had very successful briefings. I was doing them and. We had a lot of people watching record numbers watching, but those briefings abruptly ended not long after the president speculated about injecting disinfectants. Is there a way we can do something like that by? Injection inside or. or Cleaning. President shifted his focus to subject. S-, referring to outbreaks of covid nineteen as quote embers that could easily be put out Chris Wallace of Fox. News challenged him on that, but. Amber Sir. This is a foreign, but I don't say I say. Flames will put out the flames and put out in some cases just burning embers Florida became more flame like, but it's It's going to be under control. He also call Dr. Anthony. The government's leading expert on the virus and alarmist, and said he opposed a national mandate to wear masks I. Want people to have a certain freedom and I. Don't believe in that. No, but today. His surgeon general said there is no threat to freedom and asking someone to wear a mask. I'm begging you A. Please understand that we're not trying to take away your. When we say face covering and later three months after the CDC, recommended, people wear masks. The President tweeted this picture saying quote. Many people say that it is patriotic to wear a face mask when you can't socially distance there is nobody more patriotic than main.

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Skimm'd from The Couch

05:26 min | 2 months ago

Norah ODonnell, anchor of the CBS Evening News

"Today O'Donnell joins us on skin from the couch. She is the anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News, making her the third woman ever to so anger, a network evening broadcasts before taking the helm of the evening news. She was the CO host of CBS this morning for seven years norad. Thank you for joining us welcome skin from the couch. Thank you for having me, so we're GONNA. Start off with Skim your resume for us. Will I went to Georgetown University I was Law Sophy Major? I was interested in a lot of different things in college so I had internships at always worked and worked at a law firm I. worked at the World Bank, and and then I injured ABC News and I think you know journalism really was what was the right fit for me? Just a deep curiosity about the news, deep curiosity about world events and people have to graduating from college I got a job at National Journal on a publication, a called the hotline, which was the original kind of aggregate her of news before the Huffington. Post and others got into the business of aggregating news. Even like you guys in some way, remember it well, and that also was like a crash course in politics, too, because we would. Sum Up every Senate and House race across the country, all the polling who all the key consultants were, so that really was a great crash course in politics, and then I got hired at NBC and MSNBC when I was twenty five years old to be you know it was one of the youngest correspondents at NBC history, and had a great career at NBC and had three kids, and then we all work on intelligent news underwear like personal services contracts. All of us have anywhere from two to five year contracts. In, so you know in each of those contracts, come up! You have an opportunity to reevaluate your next step and CBS came to me with an incredible offer to be. The chief White House correspondent for Obama's last term, and to be the substitute anchor for face, the nation, and I had always been ambitious about wanting to anchor a Sunday broadcast I love politics, and so to be able to substitute for the legendary Bob Schieffer at thought. This is really an an excellent opportunity, so. and. CBS. News and then Kinda. The rest is history should I keep going? No, that was perfect so something you definitely don't know I. and turned at MVP when I was nineteen in the specials unit, and I was like my first week on the internships. Let's say day two or three in you opt into the office. And you're the first professional famous news anchor I ever seen in person and I literally I stopped breathing I was so excited all I wanted to do is to be a news anchor at the time, and I was so nervous, and when you walked out of the room I asked one of the producers. What is she liked you work with her I will never. Never forget their like she's the best of the best, and I was like what makes her so good. And they said that she always does her homework and I think about that a lot and I'm curious. What is something that you your fans and people like us your big fans? What does the thing that we don't know about you that we can't Google? What I wasn't as good about doing my homework in college. And I did just fine at Georgetown. But I do I think certainly a professional that is dry. Always did know my homework because I do believe that preparation builds confidence and confidence build success, and so for me, you know certainly early on my career as a young correspondent with so many famous people at NBC legendary careers. My confidence wasn't a tie, and so I thought how can I be the smartest person in the room and no more than anybody else and. You know I just really did my homework. I really worked really hard to make sure I knew everything. The thing that people may not know about me. You Know I. Guess would be that I'm from a military family. You know I mean that certainly is my resume, but it's the one thing I mentioned because you know I remember in covering certainly the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq after nine eleven, a lot of people would say on television and Mike Barnicle on morning. Joe would say this a lot that Oh, no less than one percent of people have someone in the military who didn't understand these wars, but I grew up in the military. My father was drafted during the Vietnam War. State for thirty years I lived overseas and so I really do have a deep appreciation for those who serve my sister-in-law surgeon in the army and so I do have a really keen sense of the sacrifice that many people go through, and I do in some ways I almost wish that it was mandatory almost like in Israel that we had to sir because. I think you know certainly the discipline that they have is unlike anything I've seen those who sir. Let's actually start with that because I think it's fascinating talking about how you grew up and living overseas. How did this love of news and growing up with that military background kind of come together for you? You know I think one of the. First crystallized for me in some ways when Elena, Nachman Ost, who is still the vice president of talent at NBC? News said to me when I met her. When I was twenty five years old, and she said you know we like hiring correspondents who have from a military background, because they're very flexible and adaptable. They don't complain about being sent to different cities or states or around. Around the world they can talk to anybody because they've sort of been put in that situation where they have to be totally adaptable. Moment's notice

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Trump Suspends Green Cards, H-1B, Other Visas Until January

Glenn Beck

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Trump Suspends Green Cards, H-1B, Other Visas Until January

"President trump gave an exclusive interview to fox news before his rally in Tulsa over the weekend the president is suspending parts of temporary worker legislation fox's David spent reports president trump making quite a bit of news in that exclusive interview with chief White House correspondent John Roberts before that rally last night in Tulsa Oklahoma talking about those tempor reward programs that he says that he'll be suspending part of those for the rest of your views are affected through the end of the year the visas are for temporary foreign workers to come to the United States before heading home H. one B. or for temporary tech employees J. one for those in the academic field L. one four executives that are part of large

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Trump administration sues to delay release of Bolton book

Mark Levin

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Trump administration sues to delay release of Bolton book

"President trump's former national security adviser John Bolton center released a new book next week the White House now suing to stop it here's ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl the administration has sued to try to prevent publication of this book saying it is quote rife with classified information but Bolton points out that the book was initially cleared for publication back in April after the National Security Council did a review and concluded it contained no classified information at all Bolton successor as national security adviser then asked for a nother review and only after that as the allegation come out that he's got lots of classified information in this

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President Trump won't consider renaming military bases named for Confederate generals

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

President Trump won't consider renaming military bases named for Confederate generals

"Is a push to rename at least ten military bases across the country ABC chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl with reaction president trump firmly shot down the idea of changing the names of military bases named after Confederate generals tweeting quote my administration will not even consider the renaming of these magnificent and fabled military installations he dispatched his press secretary to read his words allowed these monumental and very powerful bases have become part of a great American heritage comes just after the army announced the secretary of defense and the secretary of the army are open to a bipartisan discussion on

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Barr says he doesn't envision investigations of Biden, Obama

Dave Ramsey

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Barr says he doesn't envision investigations of Biden, Obama

"There will be no Obama gate that's the word of Attorney General William Barr who said that despite the president's accusations there's no evidence supporting investigation of either the former president or Joe Biden who of course is running against president trump this November ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl has the story Attorney General William Barr announced he does not expect there will be a criminal investigation of either former president Obama or former vice president Biden as long as I'm Attorney General criminal justice system will not be used for partisan political lands president Obama's recently broken his silence criticizing the trump administration and private aid in Finley veiled comments during a pair of commencement addresses over

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Fauci Says US Death Toll Is Likely Higher

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:22 min | 4 months ago

Fauci Says US Death Toll Is Likely Higher

"The Corona Virus death-toll here in the United States is down more than eighty. Three thousand people almost one point four million cases. Globally there are no more than four point three million cases and almost three hundred thousand deaths but tonight sources telling CNN that the trump administration that serious senior trump administration officials are questioning the accuracy of the death toll and whether the number is actually being inflated just yesterday on the other hand Dr Anthony Fauci told US lawmakers. The death toll is almost certainly higher higher. What's being reported but this coming Sunday almost all U s states will be reopened at least to some extent at the same time. Washington D. C. is among jurisdictions extending. Stay at home. Orders and states including South Dakota Delaware and Arkansas are serious are seeing serious corona virus cases right now on the rise us go straight to the White House right now. Our chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta. Joining US JIM. A grim new death toll and frightening new projections but the president and his team at least some members of his team don't necessarily believe all the numbers that's right well. The tug of war has begun inside the trump administration over whether the US is over counting the number of dead from the corona virus. Well aware that the president's reelection prospects are tied to his handling of the pandemic pro trump forces are attacking. Dr Anthony Fauci. Who has advocated caution in confronting the virus in control of the corona virus? Message coming from the White House. President trump is giving the administration pat on the back for the US response to the pandemic with the enormous weight of the pandemic hanging over the White House. Sources Tell C. N. Administration officials are questioning the accuracy of the corona virus death toll in the US and whether the number of dead is being over counted but that would fly in the face of testimony from top administration health expert. Dr Anthony Found. She who said deaths are likely being undercounted as some residents and hard hit New York died at home and we're never counted as cove in one thousand nine fatalities so direct. Answer to your question. I think you are correct at the number is likely higher. I don't know exactly. What was that tire? But almost certainly is higher. The president suggested. New York's number of dead was too high last month. I see this morning. Where New York edit three thousand deaths because they died and then now saying rather than it was a heart attack? They're saying it was a heart attack caused by this trump allies on Fox News zeroed in on found she. As an obstacle to reopening the country blasting the doctors cautious approach to the pandemic. Is this the Guy? You want to Chore Chart The Future Of the country. Maybe not this is a very serious matter. The decisions were making right now twenty. She has not been elected to anything to be very blonde. Is the face of this failed administrative leave a question? The entire premise of this with the chief. Buffoon of the professional has Dr Anthony. Fauci also seems to favor with the Democrats want and that is massive restrictions with no end in sight with all due respect to DR FAO cheese expertise. No-one elected him to anything. But there's one big problem for the White House a CNN poll found a solid majority of Americans trust Not The president when it comes to the pandemic

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Trump says disinfectant comments were "sarcastic"

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Trump says disinfectant comments were "sarcastic"

"By recent standards it was a short and sweet White House coronavirus task force briefing yesterday as we hear from A. B. C.'s chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl one day after president trump's comment about the possibility of injecting disinfectant into people to fight coronavirus bonding to the backlash the White House press secretary at first said the president was taken out of context not so later the president himself said he was just

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Seattle - Coronavirus Latest In Washington: approaches 13,000 Cases, 724 Deaths

News, Traffic and Weather

01:55 min | 5 months ago

Seattle - Coronavirus Latest In Washington: approaches 13,000 Cases, 724 Deaths

"Harris with what one county leader says about others who are pushing for people to get back to work plus traffic and weather on the floors after ABC news it's nine o'clock from ABC news Derek Dennis no questions at Friday's White House coronavirus task force briefing as the trump administration tries to walk back and outright avoid the fallout over president trump's disinfected as a cue or for coronavirus comet spawning to the backlash the White House press secretary at first said the president was taken out of context asserted himself so he was just being sarcastic by your comments about injections of disinfectant they're they're quite Russian sarcastically to reporters like you just to see what would happen if he was talking to the experts not to the reporters when he made the suggestion A. B. C.'s chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Lysol issuing a statement saying under no circumstance should R. disinfectant products be administered to the human body the U. S. death toll from the coronavirus down past fifty thousand people but that's not stopping several states from loosening lockdown orders and allowing some businesses and activities to resume including in Wisconsin where golf courses are open the clubhouses close the golf shop is closed clubhouse the only thing open is we can allow access to the restrooms were checking people went outside or that prepaying online ahead of time so it's it's a different world oriented Steve Spangler at a golf resort in Luxemburg Wisconsin meantime more than twenty six million workers in the U. S. of applied for unemployment benefits at the corona virus began and the result has been long lines at food banks and growing frustration that stimulus bill signed into law by the president pumping four hundred and eighty million dollars into the economy for small businesses and more than twenty six million unemployed workers nationwide one in four Americans see someone in their household has lost the job to the pandemic in Miami lakes Florida with their families in line for food

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:32 min | 6 months ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"David Brooks columnist for The New York Times he Michelle center but of course funding for PBS newshour Casey hunt NBC news Capitol Hill correspondent Peter Baker the chief White House correspondent for The New York Times I feel like this morning Peter I'm we heard a little bit if you read between the lines of doctor fetching in the governors of of this of the federal government is leaning in but perhaps not as much as they would like to because on one hand they're making the case that we need it we're not doing enough and on the other hand the not ready to call for more action right is standing here national say they've just got the FDA approval yesterday when when hearing about that from administration if there's a mass general one of the leading hospitals in this country I thought it was interesting moments this week came when doctors found she was on the hill and was asked by congresspeople you know it's gonna get worse I guess is gonna get worse what about things like NBA games says yes things like NBA games should be shut down boom when twenty four hours fall sports that down right there they are craving for direction they're craving for Washington to tell them what was supposed to do at this point and I'm not hearing for the present the pressure is kind of a bystander as school superintendents and sports commissioners and governors and mayors around the country making these individual decisions to shut down American life and the president hasn't given that kind of firm direction guidance they're looking for I'm curious I know I think I heard but Casey did you hear doctor Fauci recommend closing down bars and restaurants it seemed like he wasn't willing to say quite say that but it's kind of implied if if it were me and I owned a bar restaurant I listen to that interview I think this is probably the best idea this probably be the best plan and to pick up on Peter's point I mean this is something I think we are hearing from the community I mean I am hearing it from my friends you know who are looking to us in the media for guidance about what to do I mean the idea that Americans feel like they know that this is something that they need to be worried about the need to be taking action in their own lives even if they feel concerned they have no idea what to do the latter but the lack of clarity is a serious problem you know David Brooks I want to and this was after the Wednesday address no Rothman in commentary wrote there's no excuse for the kind of carelessness in a prepared address to the nation must last one given admit a merchant see circumstances the cumulative effect of these errors and compromised palliative measures was to leave the nation less confident than it was before trump spoke the president might have been better off keeping quiet but the the point is it does seem as if that lack of confidence can you start to see it spreading with with different people on how to deal with this crisis we see with every federal official none of them can get them from president trump so they ought to hang back I had a friend somebody I care about deeply call me last night saying he'd a fever and I had no idea what to tell my take Motrin go to Netflix it was it was very unnerving and then your next instinct is I'm gonna drive up and see him but I can't do that either and so this goes against human nature that we can really care about our loved ones and I think if it does flow from the top and we we have a president who doesn't feel the emotions of other people and therefore he can't read the countries six months ago we can't say well people are really hurting out there people are afraid of their I've gotta act of that act he lacks that sense and so he he's not releasing the country he's reading what people think about him which is all he sees and therefore all these reactions are late and then you make sure it's just a run on the last two weeks teclas we're finding very little problem very little problem now you treat this like a flu it's going to disappear one day it's like a miracle it will disappear this is the new hoax.

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Biden Takes Command of Race, Winning Four States Including Michigan

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Takes Command of Race, Winning Four States Including Michigan

"News was another big night of primary victories for ex vice president Joe Biden he won four of the six contests held yesterday but lost to Bernie Sanders in the North Dakota caucuses the biggest prize says ABC's Mary Bruce was Michigan Joe Biden says he's unstoppable we are a step closer restoring decency and honor to the White House former vice president celebrating his decisive victory in the key industrial state of Michigan Biden also winning Missouri Mississippi and Idaho but the race for the democratic nod is not over yet next Tuesday more states will hold contests of their own says ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl next week you see four big states vote these are all states including Florida and Ohio we're Sanders lost four years ago he really needs to win in places where he has not won before there will be pressure on him to

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Trump Administration Faces Economic Test as Coronavirus Shakes Markets

KQED Newsroom

03:28 min | 7 months ago

Trump Administration Faces Economic Test as Coronavirus Shakes Markets

"The World Health Organization raised its risk assessment of the virus to very high on Friday just one level short of declaring a global pandemic as fears have mounted stocks have plunged the Dow Jones industrial average dropped three hundred and fifty points on Friday or more than one percent for the week the Dow fell more than twelve percent capping off the market's worst week since the financial crisis that began in two thousand eight this all comes at a politically charged moment president trump and his top aides are lashing out at critics in Congress it's on edge about a whistle blower report and whether lawmakers can come together on emergency funding and Democrats they are still searching for a standard bearer on the eve of the South Carolina primary in next week's super Tuesday showdown joining me at the table your niece Alsen door White House correspondent for the PBS newshour and Peter Baker chief White House correspondent for The New York Times in from Chicago yes I mean I would Taliban health policy reporter for The Washington Post president trump name vice president Mike pence as the point person for the administration's response this move is being questioned by Democrats and health experts in the administration's early decisions are already under scrutiny as you guys need and her colleagues wrote in the post a whistle blower is a legend the department of health and Human Services said quote more than a dozen workers to receive the first Americans evacuated from Wuhan China the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak without proper training for infection control or appropriate protective gear yes I mean what is the US government prepared for this crisis I think a lot of criticism has come from the moves that U. S. government made a couple of years preceding this crisis John Bolton the former national security adviser had disbanded a unit within the White House that was set up to prepare for this kind of thing back in twenty eighteen so when this came there was no immediate clear leadership as to who should be in charge you do have a top health officials who have been involved in other responses health and Human Services secretary Alex ease our was in the bush administration during the sars outbreak eight Anthony fast yet the NIH has been involved in several outbreaks of for decades but there was a lack of leadership at the beginning and a lot of that came because there was the disbanding of that unit within the White House and the pandemic preparedness people whose sole job was to Perth prepare for an event like this and cuts to the CDC that did global monitoring to to detect outbreaks before they spread out of control yes I mean do officials who are there feel like they can speak out and tell the truth to the American people or do they have to go through vice president Mike pence I think there's still a lot of confusion with all the events of this week and that change in leadership we do know from our reporting that now all communications regarding the outbreak in the message to the public do you need to be routed through the vice president's office some people say it's just to make sure the administration has a coordinated message because on Tuesday we saw conflicting and messages that were sort of overlapping and conflicting with one another but it still remains unclear whether the scientists and top health officials are going to be able to speak freely or if the administration wants to take a different posture because of the way the markets have reacted

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Election security and the potential for interference in 2020

The Harlow Wealth Retirement Hour

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Election security and the potential for interference in 2020

"ABC news confirmed this week that president trump's reelection is being promoted by the Russians that's according to reports of what came out of a closed door intelligence briefing that cost the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire his job A. B. C.'s chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl has more The New York Times reports intelligence officials told the house intelligence committee in a classified briefing that quote Russia was interfering in the twenty twenty campaign to try to get president trump reelected the times reports the briefing infuriated president trump especially the presence in the briefing of Adam Schiff the Democrat who led the impeachment in the house according to another report in The Washington Post the president called in then acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire to the oval office for a quote dressing down last Friday ABC news has confirmed the reports sources tell us the president believe Democrats would use the information from the briefing against him in the past the president has praised the acting director of national intelligence but now one week after the election security briefing McGuire is out his replacement ambassador to Germany Richard Grinnell a staunch trump loyalist with no intelligence experience back in twenty sixteen Cornell wrote an opinion piece for fox news the called the intelligence community's findings on Russian interference on proving he also added that Russian interference and Mister Smith Russian miss interference and been around for decades but I am told by two senior officials the Cornell will not be on the job long the president will nominate a director of national intelligence soon possibly within days it will not be for

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Omar is an American citizen president trump says a U. S. warship destroyed an Iranian drone in the strait of Hormuz who's after threaten the vessel impressive heat smothering more than half the country is expected to linger through the weekend Hartford Connecticut a Washington DC places that have not seen one hundred plus degrees in three years Philadelphia New York City it's been seven years I think all four plus thousands of others are going to see that century mark this weekend even the overnight lows could be some of the warmest we've seen in years if not record ABC news chief meteorologist ginger Zee Boeing is taking a financial hit Boeing won't release its earnings until next week but ahead of the release Boeing is announcing it will recognize a five point six billion dollar reduction of revenue in pre tax earnings relating to the grounding of the seven thirty seven MAX Boeing CEO Dennis Wallenberg saying in a statement that the company remains focused on safely returning the Max to service he calls this a defining moment for Boeing acknowledging this is impacted his company and the airlines that fly the Max ABC's Alex stone CNN is finalized the line up for the second democratic presidential debate later this month once again twenty candidates will be featured over two nights you're listening to ABC news Sony's station T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic K. T. A. R. new sign it's eight oh to one Taylor Kantor up here's our top story a group of mesa police officers are filing a notice of claim against the city of mesa for a hostile work environment after they say a surgeon habitually sexually harassed them on and off the job he began texting me and telling me how he entertains himself the thought of being my wife making out that's mesa police officer Alicia Gibbs describing one interaction she had with a former sergeant Jeffrey niece who not only train during the academy but also supervised her other allegations include him drawing and make a portrait of three female mesa police officers and then sending it to them as well as texting inappropriate images with emoji depicting sexual behavior mesa police officer actually LF the president of the mesa police association and personal representative for sergeant needs during this investigation accused us of recruiting to the two additional female victims which was entirely false alley Vagner KTA our news and when confronted me said that his social media platforms were hacked or that the techs were fabricated although forensic analysis proved.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KOMO

"News chief White House correspondent Terry Moran on the vote it was a very weird feeling vote speaker policy leading a hundred and thirty seven Democrats to vote against it but ninety five Democrats voted to impeach president trump that shows just how outraged the bases over something that wasn't going to happen and that the majority the public support it's a divided party for short meanwhile the president is getting just what he wants out of the house also voted to hold Attorney General William Barr and commerce secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress for not complying with subpoenas related to an effort to get a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census Republican congressman Glenn gropman of Wisconsin voted against content I don't think it is right to spend more time debating the census question I hope if president trump is if this does not appear on the senses that is eventually put in the census for twenty thirty the justice department is unlikely to prosecute the two men federal prosecutors in New York have ended their investigation into harsh payments to women with alleged prior affairs to the president stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal were paid during the campaign to stay quiet about their allegations of affairs of Donald Trump more than a decade ago the president's former personal attorney Michael Cullen was charged with making those payments in violation of campaign finance laws and it now appears he will be the only one charged the judge overseeing the case said prosecutors have finished their investigation and he ordered documents released president trump has denied campaign finance violations even though Colin said Mr trump directed him to make the payments Aron Kader ski ABC news New York governor bill Lee took an aerial tour of flooded crop land in western Tennessee and promised support to farmers struggling with wind to plant your listening to.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on Words Matter

"Welcome to words matter with Katie Barlow and Joe Lockhart. Welcome to words matter. I'm Katie Barlow. Our goal is to promote objective reality. As a wise, man, once said, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, not their own fax words have power and words have consequences. Joe and I are honored to be joined today by award winning author and chief White House correspondent for the New York Times. Peter Baker Peter is covered four presidents, as a reporter, President Trump and Obama for the New York Times, and George W Bush, and Bill Clinton for the Washington Post, he is also the author of five books, including Obama, the call of history, days of fire Bush and Cheney in the White House and inside the impeachment and trial of William Jefferson Clinton, Peter Baker, welcome to words matter extra for sure. Joe since you and Peter have history together. The White House press room will let you lead off today is so long turn the tables on here. This is this is going to be hard this bad. I wanna talk about your book, you wrote if not the but one of the most definitive books on the Obama presidency in the upside down world of Donald Trump, he had to go back at it and. Kind of writing new version of it based on what happened after you know, in the last year. I'm most interested in both contemporaneous. We and then looking back how they handled Russia, and how they handled the election. And I think interference and meddling. He's talking about words, mattering, if we'd called it, something more sinister. Yeah. The beginning. I think that's this might have turned out different way. But let's call it interference right? Yeah. No, that's look. That's the thing about presents. Right. They look different year after they leave office in two years, and five years, ten years, and we're constantly reevaluating them President Clinton your president. Look different in two thousand one he look different two thousand eight two thousand sixteen every time you know they were still political arena, but we were reevaluating his presidency and his place in history. And that's certainly true. I think for President Obama's heart. Not look at President Obama through the prism of President Trump. They probably both hate that, but they are linked together in some ways, I think in history because they're so opposite there. So. So much the, the all Star Trek episode, where you had the, the two aliens who are the exact opposites of whatever and Trump has made so much of his tenure about undoing the Obama presidency that you can't evaluate that ministration without seeing what follows, so I think that that was when we used to go back and do the book and the first version with a picture book coffee table book. So the text let's face it. Nobody reads the text of picture book, that's not the point. That's not why you buy it. So we took the taxed and then blew it out and doubled. It almost in Incisa it like a regular book for a new audience. I wanted to ask about the how the twenty sixteen election impacted President Obama's relationship with secretary Clinton because in the book and you talk about that election night, and how Odom a handle debt and some of the conversations he had with secretary Clinton in the wake of the election. And, and on that evening. And you say that Obama blamed Clinton who quote brought many of her troubles on herself and ran a quote scripted Solis campaign. Can you talk a bit about how the election impacted the relationship between Obama Clinton? I think the prisoner is people were understandably perhaps a little defensive about what happened in the election was this, their fault in some way, both because of the Russia thing, did they do enough on Russia. And then largely, you know, if your presidency is successful, why would it lead to something like Donald Trump? If you Brock Obama, it's a natural question to ask, and I think that they look that it's a way to second. You guys are putting the finger us. But how about the candidates she's the one who was out there in, in Las we were on the ballot and you know, it was kind of a corporate campaign, that Hillary Clinton ran in some ways, they pull tested or focused tests. I think something like eighty five slogans before ending up with, you know, stronger together. And I think that it's not surprising to see a president who's frustrated by the outcome of election expressing that about the candidate. Again, Bill Clinton Al Gore, had this out in the final days of of their presence. He after gore loss and Clinton thought he squandered, what was a pretty good record. So I don't know. That it's personal. I don't think that there's any animosity there. But I think that there are certain defensiveness on the part of, of the people who were leaving the White House about why it was their party lost. Yeah. It's, it's interesting that you bring up Clinton and gore because I think there's two different dynamics, but with the same result, I mean, I think Bill Clinton thinks that Al Gore ran away from him and his record and that hurt him. It's one of these things where in both of these cases, you can argue because it was so close, you can put any one variable. That say boy Bill Clinton had been in Florida that last weekend, he certainly would have gotten seven hundred more votes. Or. But with Hillary Clinton, I think she was running in some ways as I'm the third term there were differences. She, you know, distance herself from TPP, which was a political decision. I, I don't think that helped her much, but maybe the knock you waited her on some of the trade stuff. But how much do you think Obama still ruminates this on Hilary's failure? I know that a lot of his staff everything you row ranked true from what I've heard from the staff, Iowa obviously not talk to President Obama about it. It didn't come up at the closing didn't come up with the closing. Thank you. Thank you for that. We'll do a special show on that next week. Chose real estate. The latest the help. Start asking much harder. Question this keeps up, but do you think this is something that you know, should pick them off for a week? And then you've done, or is he caught in the, which I think Clinton was for President Clinton furrow for a while. The real you know, kind of what I'd call political depression of look what they've done to what I felt. Yeah. It's a great question and hard and Harmon answer. Because unlike President Clinton, I don't think President Obama shares a lot of his internal life with even with people who are close to him and his staff. There are moments which I thought was interesting. We learned about in the days after the election when he talked with Ben Rhodes and others and tried to sort of put this in history. Right. How does this happen in effect? And he seemed to go through as they describe any way, kind of multiple stages of grief right, anger denial and I don't know if we got to acceptance or not sometimes, I think I came along twenty years too early said at one point did we push too hard? I don't hear him from his aides description anyway wonder why. He dating wrong and presence often don't, I'm not sure he says during regrets doing healthcare, or regrets, you know, his policy on Syria or the Iran deal, or something like that. I think it's natural for him to smart. Guys, awful guy to try to understand why it is that America would pick not once but twice the first African American president of the Asli progressive leader and then turn so radically to the other side, some not, not somebody who's different ideologically. That's kind of normal after eight years, but somebody who literally denied President Obama's right to have the job. The whole birther conspiracy theory that Trump was out there promoting. And so, I think I think troubles in my I think, I think it troubles because it's hard not to look at that and say, I did all this. I worked so hard. We, we made so much progress and to watch sort of unravel has to be painful, but in public anyway, and even I think, in private with his aides he tries to zen approach this, too shall pass histories eggs, and then zags we're in Zagreb. Now but will zig back. But I'm looking forward to his book, which we're still waiting for right? Because you coughed. I'm taking the next question, it'd be cough again. You have to leave fell. Many real so many, there's new there's there's new rule show. I like timely humor. It doesn't have to be funny, but it's timely on Obama. The thing that really intrigues me and I wish you know, there were certain you know, this better or at least as well as I do that there were days that I wish Bill Clinton didn't share, much of his, his inner thoughts of people around him who they would share them with you. But the, the whole birther thing is the thing that intrigues me because it really does go to the woods Chitimia of Obama as a leader in essay, historical figure in both the United States in the world. I'd love to figure out how far into your head. He got, you know, through him and around him on that particular got into I think Trump got into his head, I do, and he's very careful about not trying to characterize at least publicly opposition to him. As race based not that you denied it. But he just didn't want that to be the defining characterization of his presence. He didn't want to be the first black president. He wanted to be the first president who happened to be black. Right. He didn't want to be president of black America. You want to be president of all America, it diminishes him if he's defined entirely by race. And therefore, I think he thought it diminished him as well if he complained about the opposition to him being based on race, although obviously part of it was, but in private. And again, we get this through through Ben Rhodes who I thought provide a window in which we had not seen before we had a conversation with president bowel points. What why do you think people are so strongly opposed you? He says, because I think my election, drove some white people crazy. And he'd never said that in public. It was interesting to hear him say that in private. He in fact, does, of course, not surprisingly see some of the option particularly President Trump as based on race. And the birther thing clearly gone is my one day. He's back at home in Chicago during his presidency is rummaging through boxes, and the adequate, Ernie finds a sort of. Hospital your baby born Khanna, like handout, certificates that they give a new mom from Hawaii when his when he was born and he brought it back to the White House when he gets back to wash a see what I got here guys. Look what I found. And of course, didn't prove anything, really, it's not a legal document. But it led him to say let's get the actual long form verse to go and put it out there and Joe power..

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KOMO

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KOMO

"Chief White House correspondent Jonathan. Karl congresswoman Alexandria Cossio. Cortes of New York is here for her first Sunday show interview since taking office congressman welcome to this week. Thank you for joining us, Chris. Thank you for having me. So what you said, you watch that whole interview play out. Does this change the calculus on impeachment? I think every day that passes the pressure to impeach growth. And I think that it's justifiable, I think the evidence continues to come in, and I believe that with the president now saying that he is willing to break the law to win reelection. That, that goes that transcends partisanship. It transcends party lines. And this is now about the rule of law in the United States of America. There's a new poll out this morning and BBC news that shows significant growth in democratic support for impeachment and the survey was done before Georgia's interview Pelosi though speaker Pelosi is really held her line on this house that flying with progressives. I think for me this question has should not be about polls. It should not be about elections. I think that, that impeachment is, is incredibly serious. And this is about the presence in evidence at the president may have committed a crime in this case more than one. And so, I believe that, that our decision on impeachments should be based in our constitutional responsibilities and duties, and not in elections or polling that being said with the increase in polls, I think the American people are now recognizing. In, in a much broader scale the depth and the severity of the misconduct coming out of the White House and a demand to protect our institutions and protect the rule of law in the United States, and at least opening an inquiry into into possible misconduct. So how real is that progressive frustration that speaker Pelosi said, at least so far, she seems to be really holding the line that she's not ready to do that. I think it's quite real. I believe that there is a very real. Animus and desire to make sure that we are that, that we are holding this president to account what have you told her about this? Well, you know, I think we come together as a caucus, and we have these conversations and those as, as this bigger likes to say they are family conversations. There are ones that are held in confidence. But I do believe that. That this is truly again. And I've said this publicly said it privately, I've said it when we subpoenaed, the attorney general and secretary Ross today on the census. I mean this week on the census that this is about the rule of law, and we have to make sure that we that we are holding this president account is holding government to account forty one freshman Democrats that are in seats that were held by Republicans. And from everything I've seen virtually all of them. These are your majority makers all of them oppose moving forward with impeachment. I, I would disagree with that assessment. I think that some of these dynamics are changing, I would never, I would very much not say, all of them are opposed to impeachment. I think many of them are extraordinarily concerned about the misconduct coming out, and I I it really you have to look at the process. There is opening an impeachment inquiry. There's the impeachment voted self ROY there may be some that are out on the impeachment vote itself. But I think that there is a growing sentiment. Even among many of these frontliners has we call them swing district. Democrats think we should at least open an inquiry and look into the abundance of evidence, ten counts of -struction of Justice four with rock, solid evidence. We have violations of the emoluments clause, we need to at least open an inquiry so that we can look at what is going on. And that is what opening an impeachment inquiry means, isn't there a risk, and I take your point about not wanting to do this for politics, politics, very real here. If even if. If you open the inquiry, there's a vote, the president is impeached, obviously would still have to be convicted in the in the Senate with a supermajority that's not going to happen. Right. So, don't you risk handing him a political victory here? So there's a couple of scenarios here one, there's always the possibility that you open impeachment inquiry, and it does not result in a referral that we opened the inquiry victory. Look at everything, though, I think that this is about us doing our jobs. And if we're talking about what's going to be victory for Trump and what's not gonna be victory for Trump. Then we are politicizing and we are tainting this process, which should again should be removed from politics that being said, Lindsey Graham himself, set, a very low bar for impeachment in nineteen ninety eight nine in the late nineties with the impeachment of Bill Clinton. That impeachment did not result in a vote by the Senate. But I think for us what we need to really realize. Are we doing our job as a member? Of the house, and the Senate has their entire responsibility. Mitch McConnell has over one hundred bills. He hasn't brought election security to his feet. And let's not forget that he's involved in this mess to his, his wife. Transportation secretary Elaine Chao just was revealed by the New York Times for having a whole web of potential conflict of interest, and as it relates to bringing projects to Kentucky as well. I mean, there's a whole other separate set of issues in the Senate. But I think we need to be concerned with our job in the house. They will be right back after this from our ABC stations. This is the sound of.

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11:13 min | 1 year ago

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"Major Garrett who's the CBS news chief White House correspondent as a new book out called Mr. Trump's wild ride that thrills the chills the streams and occasional blackouts next door neighbor presidency and major Garrett welcome. I think for the first time to the Bill Cunningham show, a major how are you? Great to be with you Bill. Thanks for having me. Let's go back to election night. Maybe a day or two before on election day itself. The Trump clan you come through. Of course, I'm headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, which is a key state. So I had the Trump plan on a regular basis on election day itself. It was like two oh five. Donald Trump junior was gonna come on. It's election day. He comes on about two calls and I picked up the hotline we talk a little bit. And he says to me, you know, Bill. My dad could have won this. And I said, what do you mean, you say, well, we didn't have Walker in Wisconsin didn't have case again, Ohio didn't have Bush in Florida. I just had a sense that we could have won this thing about three or four hours later. I got a text from him saying that it's worse than we thought the exit. Polling is terrible. And we're going to lose Ohio by eight points gonna lose Florida by five and I said, well, you know, just what can I say, good luck? You ran a good race by nine thirty. I get a text that says. Doll catches car. What we do. Did you have a sense that the Bush family, I'm sorry that Trump family, not the Bush Bush families on my mind, but the Trump family did not believe including the president never gonna win the election. They did not they they thought they had a chance they thought that they had a punchers chance if you will. And I I write in the book about election night, and that exact process that they went through and that some of their Trump supporters in key states, like Florida, I talk about Susie wild to that don't believe the exit polls. I think Florida's winnable don't give up as a matter of fact, I talk in the book how Don jR, and Eric were deployed to get on every radio show. They could in the handle, right? Try to Trump supporters. Don't despair get out there. It's not over. And as the number started coming in from Florida than North Carolina and elsewhere as the evening progressed starting at about nine thirty things looked better and better internally. It wasn't obvious at the network level. Although I counted the book about ten twenty that evening. I was one of the first if not the first network reported to say in Trump Tower, they are beginning to see this thing turn. Inning and see not one not stupid, maybe three paths to victory. So. But one thing I say in the book about President Trump and candidate Trump is he has a very deep sense. I've got instinct, and he thought he had a chance. And he didn't necessarily believe the exit poll numbers were the true reflection of what was going to happen as the numbers and turn out came through because he saw the crowds. And he has a very NHL sense of what this movement is. And how people responded to him. So did they predict it? No, did I predict it not at all. They thought they had some kind of a chance. But as I recount the book, just as you did when those first exit poll numbers came in. There was some places like oh boy. Well, the county it came back to me the other night. I'm watching what's happening in Macron's France and Macron was elected the forty percent of the vote or communist and the other forty percent were like Nazi types character over the countryside was very unhappy. They had the left and the right wing was like forty percent of the electorate, and I'll look back over the past ten years. I contend the main reason that Barack Obama one was there was a sense. He was an outsider he beat Hillary. We wanted something different. And then I had a sense in two thousand sixteen that Trump is the ultimate outsider. We didn't want Jeb. We didn't want Hillary Glenn again. And when I see going on in France that middle class Americans are like rebelling at seven dollars a gallon gasoline, and there was a rebellion against the status quo with the Bush and the Clintons back and forth. And that's why Obama was elected. And that's why Trump is going to be elected. And then in twenty twenty. God knows what's going to happen. But can you tell me major Garrett? Why do you think it happened? What wasn't on election week election day twenty sixteen that caused it to happen when it was completely unpredicted by all the experts? Well, what I say in the book is there a couple of big issues. One that's idea of an outsider the ultimate outside or someone who really stood a score politics wasn't not just a Clinton or Bush. But someone who said, you know, I dealt with politicians on both right and left them both checks. I know how the system works crime. I'm not that that gave Donald Trump kind of credibility that literally nobody else could talk to the sense that he was self made his supporters believed and that he could not be bought. I can't tell you. How often Bill I heard that during the two thousand sixteen campaign, which I started covering in twenty fifteen I tended more than seventy five Trump rallies. And I talked to these people at every rally I went to to get the perspective. Learn what they had to say that was a big part of it not only outsider, but couldn't be bought the book. Also that there was a sense in Washington for the entire conversation. Our country by immigration was settled, guess what it wasn't. It wasn't settled. No, Donald Trump had a very different message. Most Republicans and Democrats in Washington DC thought about and talked about immigration, and that as resonant as anything else, he said touched a chord, and I write in the book, if you don't agree with Donald Trump's policies on immigration, you better understand. But there are lots of Americans who do and if you wanted different set of policies, you better figure out a way to talk to those people and get them on your side. Because if you don't we they're going to be just immigration standstill over the policies that Donald Trump campaigned on. And it's done every single thing. He said he would do to enforce are gonna remain here. I think that was a big part of that twenty sixteen conversation. Major Garrett I'm in the mid west you travel, the whole country. I guess in the southeast southwest is a bigger issue. I don't see the Democratic Party over the next several weeks capitulating and giving him his five billion dollars for the wall. Because the base of the Democratic Party would like rebel. They don't want that. So I think this immigration issue is going to continue to be Yuejin twenty twenty am I wrong. I think that's the best way to think about it until there's a dramatic shift and one part of that is going to be resolved in the next couple of weeks one way or the other because we have to fund the government. No one's going to have a perpetual government shutdown over wall funding, but there's probably going to be a day or two or so maybe longer, and there's gonna be some push and shove, and then some give and take it. What's the dollar amount? Gonna be how is it defined for border security, all that is subject to negotiation. But this issue is not going to go away. I totally agree with you. And the other thing in twenty twenty alongside immigration, and it was important in two thousand sixteen higher chapter devoted to it. In the book, what happened to the supreme court because Donald Trump was elected president. What's happened to the federal bench because he is president and the future of the supreme court, whether it's Donald Trump reelected or somebody else also going to be an enormous part of the twenty twenty conversation. I'm like a normal God fearing American, and the reason I voted for Trump wasn't the tweets. I don't support him now because of some of his. Anger toward his political opponents, three reasons one is immigration to is the court system and three is the economic economic system in America, which I think despite the market being in the crapper is a positive with Trump there, and that's not going to change and to me as an attorney, you know, my wife's senior judge of the high court of appeals. And I want a court system that reflects the values of people like myself, and I saw no hope of that happening in Cavanaugh Cavanaugh, and you spend quite a bit of time on the ups and downs the whole cabinet nomination. And like every day was like a month. Wasn't it every day the one week that was a month? And there are times when other parts of the Trump White House feel that way or the Trump experience feel that way. I have an entire chapter called ten days. In may the first day James Comey was fire. And then everything that transpired since and the next nine days and Bill tell you this. I've had White House correspondents who work right alongside me at the White House. Rather networks are big newspapers did the stories covered L. The stuff they've come up to me and said reading that chapter major. I forgot half of what happened and I wrote about it. I covered it. And I forgot about it is this pace and velocity of things under the Trump era are sort of dizzying, and that's one of the reasons Bill, I must tell you. I wrote the book sort of have a place where everyone could go to find facts journalism. Everything is on the record in the book. No one has assailed anything in the book about the White House. Not anybody, and I'm proud of that because these times needs something that you can rely on that you can verify and itself thera five. That's why there's no blind quotes in my book. Everyone's on the record for that reason. It's like drinking from a fire hose that the Bush presidency at least Bush forty three the first two or three years were unbelievable. But things even doubt Obama was no drama Obama and right now, the dramatic events happening or like unbelievable like like every few days and God help us when Muller issues a report later this month or in January what? What the hell is going to come of that? I mean, and I think probably the Trumpster did commit some financial crime at some point in his life owning thousand company he's gonna do something wrong at some point. But that's going be a launching pad for impeachment. And did you think this? Let me ask you this major Garrett. Did you think Trump's gonna be impeached? I don't because you have to have. Well, right. So so what does that mean does that mean a peach and removed from office? No, I it's it's possible. Possible. I would put it at maybe ten or fifteen percent, no more than that. Based on what we know now on the inclination of incoming House Democratic majority that they would go down that road articles of impeachment and vote on. But if they were asked me a trial in the Senate and the threshold is unreachable. It wouldn't happen. Absent a kind of revelation that is so striking. So. So absolutely gasping do seeing that the political system comes to a fundamentally different interpretation of the motives, and means of this presidency than it has so far that seems highly highly unlikely to me, I do think that there's going to be very serious oversight from the Democrats are gonna ask a lot of pesky questions. The president. I know in the process now is trying to lawyer up the White House in the counsel's office to get ready for that. There's gonna be some some battle royale is about what the president's intentions war. What's people who work for him did or didn't do? And it's going to be hard in that environment is the president said the day after the election to move legislation forward. He said it's one or the other either you investigate me all we do deals. We're not going to do both. Right. That's sort of an operative dynamic as we looked at twenty nineteen major Garrett CBS news..

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Radio seven twenty seven major Garrett the chief White House correspondent for CBS news, author of the new book, Mr. Trump's wild ride the thrills chills screams and occasional blackouts of an extraordinary presidency. Major Garrett what a privileged to have you on the show, man. A welcome. And a good morning to you, sir. Mark privileged to be on your show. It's great to be with you. Thank you for the time. Now, your major Garrett man you lie. So I'm like a news junkie, and you are really great at what you do. And I know we criticize the mainstream media, but you are objective. You're out there. You're doing a great job. And here I'm reading ads for my favorite restaurant. Dino, and Harry's before we bring you on so. And I want to go to that place. Oh may if I if I walk into. Harry's with major Garrett from CBS news chief White House correspondent major. I swear to goodness. You are so on you are so why do you work mostly in Washington pretty much down and watching right? Well, if you come to New York career Washington started in nineteen ninety so I've been here ever since. God bless you, man. I tell you what you're more than welcome to go to Hoboken, New Jersey. Baby come on when you're when you're ready make you what happened. This out together. I am. So we it will make news in Hoboken, baby. I I may I was if you go major I will sing fly meeting with the piano player dean on areas. We'll actually it could be ugly. But it'll be fun nonetheless bait major Garrett. Hey, Mr. Trump's while rides the name of majors book, and before we get there, a major if I May President Bush lying in state at the rotunda. All good it worked out what happened yesterday. And who are the notable Warner's there, sir? Well, of course, all of special congressional Washington there and many of the key members of President, George. Herbert walker? Bush's cabinet was there. Mike Pence, the vice president gave a tremendous set of remarks linking not only. George H W Bush to the presidency to congress, which is his son Mike Pence and sun, a marine aviator, George Herbert Walker Bush, a naval aviator, maybe those remarks whereas good as you can get as well as the tributes from the speaker of the house, Paul Ryan majority leader Mitch McConnell, and so many luminaries in the George Walker Bush cabinet there to say. Mattered. He won election, maybe eight loss in ninety two at the time this presidency looked like something approximating a failure in retrospect with the distance and perspective of time. It looks better. It looks a lot better. And that's one thing every president has ever covered. It's always said about the office and the burdens I'm not gonna worry as much as you might think I will worry about today's decision measured by today's standards. I have to think about today's decision measured by the test of time. Wow. And that's that's harder than it. Sounds really hard. Yeah. Politics is instantaneous judgement, so harsh and immediate. And this office requires a kind of patience and the kind of confidence in the longer term evaluation of what you've done that's hard. Doesn't come natural. We'll said major did you have occasion to have a many personal interactions with president George H W Bush. I did not I covered his presidency where I live in Washington literally Joe behind years. No, nothing reporter trying to figure it out. Bathrooms are in Washington. Nineteen ninety ninety two the time of his presidency. I was covering congress a lot what's going on the Bush White House was very energetic. Even though the congress was democratic and hostile. He's got a tremendous amount of work done. Yeah. Campaign was nineteen ninety two. So I saw it H W Bush New Hampshire, so pack you can in there. Let's remember that failed challenge to George Hw. Bush was from that knowledge from the conservative, right, but from the economic nationalist populist, right and the hard line on immigration, right? And what does that sound like now that you plan and was foreshadowing kind of movement that Donald Trump set in motion and bolted himself to the presidency on in two thousand sixteen as interesting that you make that observation major, but see the thing is that people are forgetting major, and then we'll talk about the book, Mr. Trump's wild ride. But I think h w would have won he would have won. If it wasn't for Ross Perot? And I've only heard that mentioned once I mean Ross Perot took nineteen percent of the vote at least two thirds of that would have gone to President Bush, correct? Ross Perot was a significant downdraft in ninety two and it took those Republicans who were upset with George. Herbert walker? Bush over tax increases, you remember, he said, famously lamented review. Tax. Yeah. Any changed and ideological Republicans are no tax Reagan Republicans that was just unforgivable all the other things. She did not withstanding. They just couldn't get over that essentially, was deepening. And there was just a sense that Washington wasn't functioning Ross Perot came in there and said, I can fix it. I covered his campaign for the time. It lasted during that spring. Forget ninety two Ross was leading the polls not just a challenger. He was leading in polls for the presidency and then things better control. But the colo- factor was real. But it spoke to this thing that Pat Buchanan, I touched on and then Ross Perot capitalized Republican dissatisfaction with bipartisan, president cutting deals with Democrats. Interesting thing about this, George H W Bush is really kind of a transitional figure in our political way of thinking about loyalty to party and intense loyalty to your partisan ideology and approach you didn't have that loyalty any pay the price for most politicians haven't made that same mistake or tried to avoid making that mistake since Beijing guy with Piscopo morning, major chief White House correspondent for CBS news has a great new book called Mr. Trump's wild ride, which has just gone rave reviews. Major Garrett what spied you to write this book, sir? So I've been covering the American presidency for better part of twenty years in congress for ten years before that and I come with the Trump campaign. I opened the book killers, you know, by saying, you know, I missed some things I blew it. I loosen things. Here are experiencing supposed to be a nodal not a know it all and I wanted to approach my readers admitting that straight up to say, look any journalist comes at you. After twenty sixteen campaign says I do everything I had it all figured out there. Probably well, there's certainly fooling themselves, and they're trying to fool you. So I wanted to try to take this moment and say, we have all this heavy emotional reaction to President Trump and the sense of I do I love him so much. I can't scandal. Eat them these ruining America. So pronounced there's really nobody in the middle about. Well, what is the Donald Trump presidential experience? Like, and I wanted to be as much as I could journalists who just tells people what's happened. What's likely to last from the Trump presidency? I don't get involved in at all. Because I know you've looked at the book was telling people to like or dislike this credit. I don't mean on that at all. You tell you is what's already happened with her legacy items of this presidency and how they happened at how President Trump made them having journalism. It's what I've done my whole life. And I thought if any topic deserve that kind of treatment, it was this one, you know, a major God bless you for doing that man because it's everybody's so slanted one way or the other. I love the way you approach this. And and you went after this like this. Let me tell you to my goodness major. I could talk to you for an hour. We'll save that for for the dinner at Dino, and Harry when we. But one on one major Garrett, Donald J Trump you must have had little interaction there. Yeah. Gives the inside on that. If you would. Well, key is a formidable and charming person he has to bend. This sense of presence when he walks into any room or walks into any place. He owns it. And he knows it, and that projection of his sense of confidence and strength, and charm is unmistakable every politician at that high level has it, but Donald Trump has it to a different degree. And that's one of the reasons he has this rapturous re re relationship with his Trump supporters. I've been the more than one hundred Trump rallies but twentieth. President and about eighty during the campaign I've seen this process. It's unlike anything I've ever seen in American whilst wire man, people really feeling an emotional and deeply in second intense. He's mine I'm with him. We're together we're together in this thing. And that's why I think sometimes the media doesn't understand that when it is covering this. President those supporters feel kind of left out Joe. Is their voices? Come supporters voices. One through the book. I wanted their voices represented as well. 'cause I met I talked to them. I got to know them, and they're a part of this conversation national and they're in the book as well. And you had an exclusive interview with Jared, Kushner, what did he tell you about the crown prince of Saudi Arabia major? So thank you for noticing. In this context. So during the transition President-elect Trump told Jared, you're in charge of establishing my most important foreign policy relationships, and they're accused segments in the Jared on the record talks about how the relationship with the Saudi kingdom got started. He talked to Mohammed bin era parent, the current crown prince all the time during the transition, and it was Jared Kushner and the crown prince put together that first presidential trip to Saudi Arabia. The first time that's ever happened in American history and lay down a marker in the region that America is gonna be different under Donald Trump in terms of a one Israel Saudi Arabia and the entire complex of issues there. And one of the reasons President Trump has been less willing to maybe some Republicans and lots of Democrats wanted to be criticizing or change in relationship with Saudi Arabia because of Jared Kushner's relationship with the crown prince number one and number two. How this president believes there needs to be a counterweight? In the region to Iran and Saudi Arabia is it and that's more important than almost anything else. And if you wanna learn how that all got started you can hear it from Jared Kushner on the record in my book and Henry Kissinger had some interesting advice for Jared Kushner on the diplomatic front, didn't he? With china. He said look one of the things with Chinese always want to figure out is what's the bottom line? They don't know who your dad is. They don't know what his approach is going to be used that. Unpredictability as a strength keep them off guard. And Joe, you might remember, I certainly a breaking news story freaked out about it at the time during the transition. President-elect Trump takes a call from the Taiwanese president on the foreign policy establishment freaks out Jared Kushner said they were able to use that phone call and the questions about whether President Trump wants inaugurated with Keith the one China policy, keeping it was no issue was always going to keep it. But he takes the call from the Taiwanese to do what do you get the Chinese a bit rattled up the summits that establishes a personal relationship between president Xi and President Trump. That's a microcosm of how this president deals with these big issues again all on the record Jared Kushner in the book imager Garrett chief White House. Correspondent CBS news has a great new book. You gotta check out Mr. Trump's while ride the thrills chills screams and occasional blackouts of an extraordinary presidency. And major Garrett. Also, a great podcast. You just wanna Google major Garrett major truly an honor having you on the show. You are just one of the great ones covering the president. And I'm telling you, Dino and Harry's Hoboken jersey, baby. You are so on it out. We would love that major. Thank you so much for taking the time today. Your most gracious, sir. Thank you major major Garrett right there. Mr. Trump's wild ride congressman Peter King coming up big outstanding. By with the headline news on AM nights. Seventy the answer..

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03:34 min | 2 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WJR 760

"Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta is back at the White House. Now after a federal judge ordered the Trump administration yesterday to immediately return his press credentials. President Trump now says his aides are writing up rules and regulations for reporters at the White House. I'm Christopher cruise. Seven hundred sixty WJR news, he'd lizard with Crenshaw. News time ten on to current me. Thirty seven degrees. I as sales for Michelle Obama's becoming tapped over seven hundred thousand copies making it one of the year's biggest debuts correspondent, Mike Cremedas has details. Crown publishing says that figure includes sales and pre sales for the former first lady's memoir as well as e book additions in the United States and Canada becoming was released on Tuesday the same day missile Bama launched a national book tour crowned also announced that it has raised the books print run from one point eight million copies to two point six million copies. I'm Mike Cremedas Detroit. Police are sending a message. They want people illegally dumping to know. They're being watched authorities say cameras are starting pop up throughout Detroit where illegal dumping is a problem. Police are arresting people finding them and impounding the vehicles that are used to leave behind illegally dumping items. Police. Police department has released surveillance video of a man using a weapon to intimidate to women in Detroit to hand over their purses. The robbery happened in cork town near Union Station last week police say the two victims are walking to their car when two men and a black Chrysler two hundred got out of their car and demanded their purses that you women attempted to flee, and that is when surveillance video shows one of the men produce a weapon and fell at the victims in the video, you can see the woman run across the street dropping their purses along fourteenth street from the men to take them later the day. The two men were caught on camera using one of the victims credit cards at a gas station. Anyone with information the suspects are asked to call Detroit. Police Tayo maybe about to do something completely different for the auto giants. It's not a familiar feeling for Toyota making cutbacks, but declining profits in North America and maintaining slow selling passenger car lines. Do not mix so Toyota is looking to take the knife to cars, like the Urus, Lexus RC and the Prius hybrid. Among others Toyota has thrived with the motto of continuous improvement and has avoided the huge cutbacks in product and payroll of other automakers, but the home office in Japan is given orders illustrated by the company's chief financial officer who declared at the quarterly conference call that Toyota might not buy any new pencils or stationary for the next five years. Dick Haefner, WJR news. This Monday is the deadline for General Motors salary workers who have been offered a buyout offer. WJR's gene, focus says the offer indicates that the automaker is looking to a new type of worker in the future. The automaker announced on October thirty first or is offering a voluntary severance program to its eighteen thousand showered employees in North America who have twelve or more years. Experienced analysts say GM's now as much a tech company as it is an auto company that younger more tech savvy workers will be shot at points out that the skills to current employees are becoming outdated on a continuing basis. The changes are coming as you automakers moving quickly into electric few cells and self driving cars, but the buyout in addition to dealing with the world of the future is also a move of simply cutting cost. Gene, Fogel, WJR news..

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"CBS news chief White House correspondent major Garrett in Columbia, Missouri last night with president and more from CBS news legal analysts Thane Rosenbaum for the president's announcement disappointing on many levels. He said initially that he was gonna freak providing us with some new rules a change to the assignment of law, and he's provided. No change such change at all no change to the regulation. No change at all to. By way of executive order or. Legislation before congress, even says, the asylum-seekers are still welcomed as long as they're legitimate. So all this was really was one of his campaign speeches and one of his bass rallies done at the White House for everyone else. President Trump says migrants who illegally enter the US will be denied asylum and ordered what he calls massive cities of tents to hold him thousands of migrants walk into the southern border say they're applying for legal asylum to get away from violence and poverty. Well, the state of Tennessee used in electric chair to kill an inmate for the first time in eleven years. I'm Jim Krasula media witnesses, including national newspaper reporter, Adam Tambora, say sixty three year old Edmonds Zagorski raised up his chair as to jolts of electricity went through him his body, then went limp moments before the warden said, Mr. Sikorski, do you have any last words? And then that's when Mr. of course, he said, let's rock Zagorski became the fifteenth person to be put to death in the electric chair since two thousand for killing two men during a drug deal in Tennessee in one thousand nine hundred eighty three Jim Chris cillizza Bs news, the man accused of killing eleven people last Saturday at a Pittsburgh synagogue was in court yesterday wearing a prison jumpsuit, Anna. Bandage on his arm Robert Bowers appeared according to one reporter almost defiant as he answered yes. As to whether he understood the charges against him. Hours pleaded not guilty to forty four counts related to the attack a tree of life synagogue in which he's accused of using an AR fifteen and three Glock semiautomatic handguns to kill eleven worshippers during Saturday Chabad services and wounding six others, including four police officers Bowers is requesting at your retrial Bill Rakoff CBS news Google workers at offices around the world stays walkout yesterday. A worldwide. Protests was sparked by a New York Times report that Andy Rubin who created Android and was accused of sexual misconduct. Received ninety million dollars in an exit package. Ruben says, that's exaggerated. But the employee's protesting blame Google for not being forthcoming about its.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Station from abc news this week now chief white house correspondent jonathan karl we confront foreign interference in american actually it's important for us void thinking politically republicans democrats instead to think patriots as americans our response must not and which side the victims that's deputy attorney general rod rosenstein friday announcing robert lowers latest indictment in the russian investigation let's bring in the powerhouse roundtable democratic strategist donna brazile she served as the dnc chair in two thousand sixteen after the hack and leaking of emails from the democratic national committee chris christie former new jersey governor and abc news contributor he led president trump's transition team in the final months of the campaign stevens keep host of npr's morning edition and elizabeth miller washington bureau chief of the new york times so donna this had to be a personal experience reading this indictment what went through your mind is read that fee tails exhaustive details first of all it is finally acknowledged that the hacking was a cry that's number one number two at the time of the hack and no one believed us and we didn't have anyone to come the defense president trump this morning said that the democratic party should be ashamed of itself well my response to the president is that there was no way we could go to staples or best buy office depot office max to buy anti gru military intelligence software.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The media smack down and then there was some criticism and then a reporter for president trumps favorite news network has made his opinion known on something which is well maybe a little unexpected hang on this is important and i've been teasing this audio for a while we've just been mired down in a whole bunch of things it's just a busy friday huron schnitt and i've got a two audio bites that i wanted to play i have the the smackdown of gemma kosta from cnn and then i have the smackdown of kristen welker christner kirsten kristen welker welter was actually hit first kristen welker and she's she might be the chief white house correspondent now kristen welker and if you don't know the name you'd recognize her if you saw her and let me play the audio again this is with theresa may the british prime minister this is at the press conference in checkers are earlier today and the media was called upon four questions each four questions for the american media and four questions for the british media if i'm not mistaken and here's how the nbc kristen welker situation transpired much spent the week taking on nato allies criticizing prime minister may on her own soil and i i wonder if are you giving russian president vladimir putin the upper hand heading into your talks given that you are challenging these alliances that he seeks to break up and destroy see that such dishonest reporting because of course it happens to be nbc which is possibly worse than cnn possibly possibly let me explain something we have left nato with more money with more unity with more spirit so that's the gist of it and the smackdown of welker nbc dishonest fake news and would welcome was getting at was the interview that president trump did with the sun now i'm thinking that trump and the white house thought that the sun would be safe territory because it is rupert murdoch owned and that's part of the fox news empire and family etc and well i don't think the son was a good venue i mean the sun is a tabloid the operation do they have some real news have they broken big stories they have but i'm just saying i don't think they thought it was a safe ground they thought it was a safe zone and and and obviously and obviously wasn't a protectorate that they thought that it would be because and i don't want to anger anybody because this is the truth i mean trump was critical of theresa may and.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"That the united states is moved forward with significant tariffs on our steel and aluminum canadians were polite were reasonable but we also will not be pushed around so that was that and then trump responded with a torrent of insults on twitter calling trudeau quote very dishonest and week while attacking other us partners he also withdrew us support from joint agreement reached at the g seven meeting they had just agreed to it before his departure this now i kana photo got a lot of circulation this weekend it was released by the office of the german chancellor angela merkel and it really does capture the seriousness of what was going on there and the president's according to some look at the picture isolationist part of the group is he makes this most important diplomatic moves since taking office well with us tonight live from singapore philip rucker pulitzer prize winning white house bureau chief for the washington post and with us from washington peter baker chief white house correspondent for the new york times philip brooker in your view i'm sure that at the halfway mark perhaps a little bit past it's too early to know just what it is we are witnessing here the history part what donald trump wanted to emerge the visuals it has already been accomplished i think it has brian history here is that donald trump is the first us president to have this kind of a meeting with the leader of north korea the event the photo op this morning was staged with that big red carpet they came out they shook hands they set down one on one and then they joined each other's delegations for that bilateral meeting that is ongoing now and for trump it's just so striking because he's a ford kim john thune more respect than he did the canadian prime minister in quebec few days ago he's referring to kim here as mr chairman he's flattering him in some ways he said it was his honor to meet him has said nothing yet that we're aware of about the human rights violations of kim john and his regime north korea or about the to tail totalitarian state that he leaves back home so peter this just could be one of those things donald trump is more interested in it is the the big chess move on the big.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"African countries she rolled her eyes when senator cory booker spoke emotionally about the belittling of the nordics meantime the stalemate over a solution for young immigrant dreamers is stalling efforts to get a spending bill done in time to avoid a government shutdown on friday and there are big developments of the russia investigation with the b york times now reporting special counsel robert muller has subpoenaed former white house chief strategist steve bannon to appear before a federal grand jury that word came as banner testified today before the house intelligence committee i'll speak with congressman rocky castro all the intelligence and foreign affairs committees and our correspondents said specialists are standing by with full coverage let's begin with the breaking news even as the president gets a clean bill of health there are continuing questions about his behaviour especially of vulgar tirade during a crucial immigration meeting smith straight to our chief white house correspondent jim acosta what's the latest jeff president clearly wanted to answer questions about his fitness for office so the presidential doctor dr ronnie jackson came out to brief reporters on the white house that just ended a few moments ago as you mentioned dr jackson said that the president is in excellent health but the president is also doing some surgery of his own cleaning up some comments he made about immigrants coming into the us last week comments that were described as vile in racist president trump tried again to clean up his comments on immigrants coming from what he referred to as should whole countries visiblyannoyed the president snapped at the press when we asked about his remark that he'd like to see more people entering the us from places like norway did you say that you wanted more people come in from norway is that true mr president i want them to come in from everywhere everywhere thank you very much everybody.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A keep our vision of the affordable care act said he got more battles with democrats even some in his own party in the year ahead and what a year it has been woken of president trump three sixty five give you see chief white house correspondent jonathan karl his literally had a front row seat to the actions of this white house and john i i know you can't pick just one of the biggest moments president trump is hey so let's just talked about a few of them what what really sticks out in your mind when you look at this year's since the election night by the way i isn't it really penny year sometimes it seems to me like it's been ten years sometimes it's gone seems like it's gone so fast that i can't believe that it did that it's been a year i have to say the overall there isn't necessarily a single moments but just the fact that this place and i'm coming to you right now brad from the white house is entirely different i've been in here under president clinton president bush president obama and we have an improv presidency so when you walk into the white house has a reporter you have no idea what is going to go on during during the day the we are used to white house being very core fleet carefully choreographed in in in this one seems to be you know the president and call an audible from the oval office in the morning when he comes in jonathan karl chief white house correspondent of abc news will let you go and case there's another headline breaking out there across the west wing grad again the joined now by eighty sees rick klein and rick we heard about what president trump has been doing what about the country that he's leading what are we learn about america since the election of president trump we are just as divided and just as angry as we were as a country on election day it's a one year down rick three years to go immature the administration where do you see all this going how do you see america changing or adjusting over the next few years i think there's there the.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The democratic national committee accused russia of hacking into its computer servers the following month wikki leaks begin releasing stolen dnc emails the russian government lawyer natalia vessel night guy it denied that she ever promised compromising information about clinton for that you worked for the kremlin and you've got year i believe we i do not represent interests tell anyone other than myself in this situation today she said trump jr posted the emails on twitter to be quote totally transparent but the new york times says he released them only after its reporters told him that they had obtained the messages today white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders read a statement from the president praising his son my son is a highly highquality person plied his transparency trump jr said again today that the lawyer had no information to provide and wanted to talk about adoption policy but that topic is never mentioned in those emails anthony thanks jeff the emails conflict with team trump's repeated insistence that there was no contact between the campaign and russia here's chief white house correspondent major garrett we're going to be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the clintons i think you're gonna find it very informative and very very in that was candidate trump in 2016 two days before his son done junior met with the russian lawyer at trump tower no one knows what mr trump meant but what followed was a steady diet of denials about contacts or cooperation with russians want this was done jr in july its disgust staying it so phony i can't think of bigger live three days later it's just a total deflection this whole thing with russia russia if you're listening i hope you're able to find.

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"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"chief white house correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kremlin and you've got now you believe we i do not represent interests feld anyone other than myself in this situation today she said trump jr posted the emails on twitter to be quote totally transparent but the new york times says he released them only after its reporters told him that they had obtained the messages today white house spokeswoman i'm sarah huckabee sanders read a statement from the president praising his son my son is a highly highquality person and i applaud his transparency trump jr said again today that the lawyer had no information to provide and wanted to talk about adoption policy but that topic is never mentioned in those emails anthony thanks jeff the emails conflict with team trump's repeated insistence that there was no contact between the campaign and russia here's chief white house correspondent major garrett we're going to be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the clintons i think you're gonna find it very informative and very very in that was candidate trump in 2016 two days before his son done junior met with the russian lawyer at trump tower no one knows what mr trump meant but what followed was a steady diet of denials about contacts or cooperation with russians want this was done jr in july it's disgusting it's so phony i can't think of bigger alive three days later it's just a total deflection this whole thing with russia russia if you're listening i hope you're able to find.

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