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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

02:13 min | 2 d ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"To bring you the news you need to know. Bokova nineteen pandemic has amped up pressure on election officials. Ahead of November's general election, they are charged with filling a likely shortfall caused by older poll workers at greater risk for corona virus core cancelling plans to work at local polling places. More than half of the nation's poll workers in twenty sixteen were sixty years or older. In some states that number was even higher That is also the same age group most at risk for, Corona virus. and. With the country fast approaching an election that is likely to see record turnout finding enough people to run polling stations is more important than ever for those that do step up it's also a pretty good way to make a little money in the middle of a pandemic in most places. Poll workers are paid hourly, often higher than the minimum wage, which is good news when so many jobs are drying up American elections are highly decentralized and run through counties or municipalities depending on the state and requirements vary from state to state. But in most places, people as young as sixteen can step up to work at the polls for the election and get a paycheck. Many election officials count on a consistent reliable group of older people who work every election, and now might be so committed to showing up that they do not recognize the risk associated with the job until it's too late. But these new sign ups can help with the guilt that they might feel for cancelling the consequences of a shortage in poll workers can be dire not enough people to man polling locations ultimately leads to fewer people voting, which is an issue for everyone. Let's get to the point election officials have a massive mountain to climb this fall including finding enough people to work the polls. And that is the point for July thirty first twenty. Twenty. Just a programming note you will hear Chris Cillizza all next week as he fills in for me while I am on vacation. Have a great weekend and.

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NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints

The Tony Kornheiser Show

07:49 min | 7 months ago

NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints

"We're going to. We're going to make football show because that's what people like over the weekend. Everybody who listens to this show presumably watched all of the football games or most of all of the football guess. He missed the playoffs playoff in Hawaii. The yes I missed that one Justin Thomas I saw this morning. I thought it was really nice but I missed it last last night because it came on pretty late We're going to do you because the ratings of the NFL up all across the board because the interest in the NFL is up all across the board and because each of those those games was quite interesting in its own way including terrible terrible. Coaching decisions by both coaches in the Houston Buffalo Game. We're going to talk about out this for an extended period of time in the first segment. Michael Wilbon will join us in second segment. We're GONNA limit news and go right to old guy where we're going to talk about the Golden Globes and the matchups for next week. That's what we're going to the show probably the same length. But I WANNA do it if you don't mind I WANNA do it that way also. WanNa thank Clarendon Tola for Baking Cooke's for Claire Gary Braun Chris Cillizza Michael Kornheiser Nigel. Who has nothing to do except for on the boards because we're not sleep keeps pressing one button? So He's been news cancelled forever now just today. If you don't mind especially the best thing is not gonNa work out just I you know I'm old and I thought why not like Michael said to me last night we were talking about the possibility of of Michael. Are you shaking your head. You don't want me to. Would you go ahead down the fourth wall. People talking about Mike Lees. I won't share this on air dead. Yeah go ahead Michael Says Cillizza how how do we get rid of him. Nicely to the change in the show today. I let's start. Let's start with yesterday's which is going to go backwards. I'm just can start with the Minnesota game because of all the games the end result of that game is the most surprises so like I said on the PTI show on Friday. I'll take Tennessee. Plus Five Live and a half all day and all night doesn't mean I think they're gonNA win. I'm GONNA take those points New Orleans. Losing at home in overtime to Minnesota is stunning drew. BREES did not have a great game he had a very bad fumble in drive. That could have changed in the fourth quarter changed. Everything around. He got picked never gets picked. I mean he did not have a great game. There are three quarterbacks forty years old and up over the weekend and they all lost. We'll get to that but even with brees not having a great game. They tied the game. They got into overtime there at home and they yielded the first drive. That's it see around. see you around Kirk cousins who. I am extraordinarily critical of on a regular basis was very good and kirk cousins to Adam Adam field and had to make up for fumble early. You know but I don't feel did that pass. That wins the game. Now there's a third downplay because what you don't want to do is have to kick a field goal because because you don't want to give New Orleans the ball on the one. Yeah you don't WanNa do that. On the third downplay they go in the left. Hand top corner of the end zone to Kyle Rudolph is about twelve aid aide just like that and by the way quickly give cousins credit. That was a terrible snap. The snap his way to his right he basically knocks it with his right hand. Quickly gathers it because you it's all timing and throws a faith throws the fate and Rudolf reaches up. He's much taller than defender and he gets it in the process of doing that he pushes off. There's no question he pushes off. Does it rise to the level of offensive pass interference for me in a playoff game and I have to give context here. New Orleans has tragically lost in Hoon's replay off games in a row cheated in one cheated by by their own stupidity in another with defensive back and I mean I honestly either call offense a pass. Interference would have so I did not I mean I I watched the play. Did Not in real time necessarily see the wrangle back is in front of your Reina Vision Right. So they call it a touchdown a apparently appropriately to me and then you see the replay and and I did think to myself. Like oh my goodness could they. Could they possibly possibly overturn this. I mean it. And we've all seen their explanation and said there was handed both sides. It didn't rise to level pass interference. I mean I'm sorry by no objective measure to me was that not pass interference and in fact is in fact a couple hours later they called the same thing on hollister tight end from. I'm from Seattle and on much less meaningful circumstance but I mean I just felt like the league. We're getting out of the way this one. I mean there's no way every time it's the UNCANNY situational right. We know this. It's like it's like a Games are raft. Basketball game is reverend different right. The game is rough differently in the last thirty seconds than it it is and that's situationally you cannot. I don't think when I watched it and I watched the replay. He pushed off a little bit. Did it it was. It did not to me anyway. I think I disagree with you. Guys did not to me look agree. Gis I think Rudolph was bigger. The defensive back had his back this business. Being that push back. Chris Locate fully extends. I think it was his left arm. Yeah if he is allowed to do that he catches that ball. A hundred injured time. He cannot be defended. Unless you play. Just there's so many calls they show throughout the game when they every time on a pass Where not every time? Seventy percent of the time on a pattern when they show the slow motion the other guy. The the DB is has his arm wrapped around around the guy's waist or is holding. His arm gets there. I just think it's very subjective. That's fine but I agree with that but I would also agree that the saints should not be shafted million better cost the saints again. Plenty of opportunities it. Certainly when you were watching the game I ah in the flow of it and when tased him hill like in three straight plays a three-stroke they score a touchdown. Now it's twenty seventeen right gary to have that right was twenty. I needed to twenty twenty twenty seven hundred twenty and then they get back they get it back and take some hill like three times. Basically the the one where he runs to the left where it looks like. He's tackled and he spins runs for thirty arts. Well they're definitely going to win then. And then brees fumbled. I mean it was very i. I lost fumbling. The ball get hit. No sort of this is arm gets hit a little bit. I'm sorry I'm busy trying to reconstruct your show on the fly without telling you so allowed back in so so tension is good for the show is for Knuckleballer To to to tie it up. What was the forty nine yard or from lots? They're kicking it through. Yeah man that went about now three feet off the ground and easier kick at the end of the first half a ball Games kick forty something already three but that's an easier kick so that game. Let me say one other thing about that game as someone who was a kirk cousins fan when he was here. I'm not going to criticize Kirk. Cousins played fine. He was he was great in that last. Drive the drive. If they lose the haters are going to look at that stat line that would have been seventeen of twenty nine hundred and ninety yards picked and he didn't do anything bad. Oh he had a good game and the pass was just

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Will Nancy Pelosi’s Gambit to Withhold Impeachment Charges From the Senate Work?

The Point with Chris Cillizza

01:49 min | 8 months ago

Will Nancy Pelosi’s Gambit to Withhold Impeachment Charges From the Senate Work?

"Co Author of the point. I'm here to cut through the political spin to bring us news. You need to know on Wednesday. The House voted to impeach president. Donald Trump after that house speaker. Nancy Pelosi was supposed to transmit the articles of impeachment to the Senate. It's a procedural step that then means the Senate takes over the impeachment process after all the Senate is in charge of the trial component. Not The house but something happened or rather something didn't happen. POLISI did not send the articles of impeachment to the Senate on Wednesday night after the historic vote take explained that would have been our intention. But we'll see what happens over there. So what's with the delay. Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell has not given in many details about the forthcoming Senate trial in fact. We don't even officially know when it is supposed to start. Pelosi's delay is an effort to get some leverage coverage on McConnell Democrats hope this might force McConnell to agree to the parameters for a Senate trial that Democrats want including agreeing. Bring to bring in first hand witnesses like acting. White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney. The only problem Democrats aren't in the majority in the Senate Republicans are and Republicans including McConnell. Aren't all that heartbroken to delay the impeachment process right now. McConnell and the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer are at an impasse over the rules for a trial. Another complication both. The House and Senate have left Washington for the rest of Twenty nineteen gene meaning. This impasse is going to last into the new year. That brings us to the point. The House may have voted to impeach trump. But it's not quite done with with those articles of impeachment.

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Alabama, Jim Krasula And Senate discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Alabama, Jim Krasula And Senate discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"Nearly all abortions would be banned in Alabama. Thanks to a new Bill builds now that approved by the state Senate there after moving through the house now on his way to the governor. The measure makes performing an abortion of felony punishable by up to ninety nine years in prison, even in cases of rape, and incest. I'm Jim Krasula, Alabama state Senate Democratic minority leader, Bobby singleton blasted Republicans who voted in favor of the nation's most stringent abortion law, y'all. For real you. Don't. Come through. You. Will you read about your dream for real? This is a political issue for you. The legislation calls for any doctor who performs an abortion in Alabama to face felony charges up to ninety nine years in prison Republican governor Kay Ivey is expected to sign the measure, which will almost certainly face legal challenges. Jim, Chris, cillizza Bs

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"The bad. This is here NCW March madness. Takes the courses the big, Dan. So miss a moment of the action on TBS CBS TNT and true TV and download the March madness live up to watch every game anywhere at anytime. Live. Boy Wednesday March the twenty seven I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the spin to bring you the news you need to know, Joe Biden, who this isn't breaking news is still not running for president yet though. I mean, he will be by this point around next month was speaking in New York on Tuesday night and talked about his time as chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee, and particularly his oversight of the nineteen Ninety-one supreme court confirmation for Clarence Thomas and the testimony of Nita hill who said that Thomas had sexually harassed her in the workplace. Here's what Biden said quote renew a lot less about the extent of harassment back then over thirty years ago. She paid a terrible price. She was abused for the hearing. She was taken advantage of her reputation was attacked. I wish I could have done something to this day. I regret I couldn't come up with a way to get her the kind of hearing she deserved given the Kurds. She showed by reaching out to us. Here's the thing. I think that this really highlights Biden's key problem in the race. And it's when he can't change he was in the Senate from nineteen seventy two to two thousand and nine basically his entire adult. Life was spent in the US Senate and during that time, what was acceptable what the Democratic Party? Look like with them, a critic party wanted changed dramatically. So yes by is able to claim credit for his work on the Brady Bill on guns. He is able to claim credit for his work on the violence against women's act. But he also has to answer for this hearing, which in retrospect looks like it was from the nineteen thirties not the nineteen ninety s and he also has to own things like the nineteen ninety four crime Bill that again in hindsight is not viewed favorably by most Democrats. These you for Biden is if voters see him as more, Don Draper than Peggy Olson, I hope you've seen madman in order to get that. There's not a whole heck of a lot. You can do to change that perception he is seventy six years old. He has spent a very long time the Senate he is a white male. While he has a long voting record does the party want that or do they want someone who's a fresher face who looks more like an increasingly diverse, increasingly young and increasingly female Democratic Party. That is the hurdle in the question that Joe Biden to clear an answer. And he can't really do it on his own. That's news. You need to know for this marks the twenty seven for much more check out my daily Email newsletter. Now six times a week. We got a special Sunday edition sent you by around six pm on Sunday where we go through the five major twenty twenty campaign storylines, you need to pay attention to for the week to come. That's an addition to the five days a week early. Always do you can sign up for all of it by going to CNN dot com slash the point. You can also sign up for this podcast on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcast or you can choose to call it up on your Google, home or your Hammas on echo device.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"You see the cat. And all of a sudden, you're star. I'm a hero radio revived seven people put them. He's not on the front page will have split up for you is it because you're black. No you racist. Because people love cats. Coma. FD on through TV. From the point four Tuesday March the nineteenth. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin to bring you the news you need to know Donald Trump did a press conference in a photo op with Brazilian President Jacob Ulsan narrow on Tuesday part of the photo opportunity was asked a question by a reporter about his tweets over the weekend. Running down John McCain, the late Arezzo, Senator Trump doubled down as he always does on those comments saying essentially, and I'm paraphrasing, but barely I never liked John McCain, and I never will. Okay. Let's take a step back. What we have is an American president sitting next to a foreign leader running down a deceased Republican Senator Republican House member and two thousand eight Republican presidential nominee who by the way served in Vietnam and spent five years in North Vietnamese prison camp with wounds, he suffered there that plagued him his entire life. There should be sacred things in politics there should be spaces. We don't go. There should be places. We don't go. And I think attacking a military veteran whether you agreed with him on policy or politics, whether he liked you personally, McCain didn't like Trump or not there should be things. We don't say when you are dead. And you have spent decades as McCain did serving this country whether in political office or in the military, it's best just not say anything at. All. Right. The old adage if you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all. I tell my kids that the president United States. Should maybe listen and follow that wisdom. He won't and it won't have any political consequences. But I still think standing up for the idea that something should be off limits. Something should be sacred. Does matter that's news. You need to know for this March nineteenth four much more. Please subscribe to my daily Email newsletter. Monday through Friday can do it easily. Go to see. Dot com slash the point. It's right there for you to fill up. You can also subscribe to this podcast on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcast, or whatever. You choose to get your podcasts. And you can also check it out by calling up on your Masan, echo or your Google home device.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable. Eyewear styles starting at just six ninety five. No ridiculous markups. No hassles. Just quality affordable. I wear delivered right to you visits. Any today at Xeni dot com slash CNN. Welcome to the point four Friday marks the eighth. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin to bring you the news you need to know in the news is that I am headed to south by southwest in Austin, Texas for the weekend. I'll be hosting a trivia event in the CNN space from three to five pm on Saturday. Come by. It'll be great. We're also hosting town halls with three democratic presidential candidates. And I'll be kicking around the space all Friday and Saturday. So I hope you come by here in Austin, if not maybe I'll throw a trivia question or two out there on my Twitter feed. That's at see I L L is easy a CNN make sure to follow that. And while you're at it. Subscribe to my newsletter. That's daily Monday through Friday. Get it to you about seven thirty PM eastern time, we call it the point you can subscribe to go into CNN dot com slash the point the beside up box right there. You can also subscribe to this very podcast list. Two on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts or Revie. Get your podcast can also call it up on your handy, dandy, Amazon, echo, or Google home device.

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The Point with Chris Cillizza

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable. Eyewear styles starting at just six ninety five. No ridiculous markups. No hassles. Just quality affordable. I wear delivered right to you visits. Any today at Xeni dot com slash CNN. Welcome to the point four Tuesday March the fifth. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin and bringing the news you need to know that news today is about Alexander Cossio Cortes. There's no question that the New York member of congress has risen further faster than any politician. We've seen in modern memory this side of Barack Obama, I suppose that is so two years ago, Alexandra Cortez was bartending and waitressing in New York City today, she is a member of congress from the Bronx in queens. But also the face or a face of national Democrats, particularly on the liberal sup with a rise that fast that meteoric inevitably come some they say or some backlash and we're starting to see that within the Democratic Party and the spark of it came last week closed-door meeting with House Democrats custody Cortez warned her democratic colleagues that if they continued to vote with Republicans on some procedural motions in the house chamber. They would wind up quote on a list and. Out of incumbents ripe for a liberal primary challenge of that as you might guess didn't sit all that. Well with some members, especially those who were elected in two thousand eighteen or twenty sixteen in districts that are swinging or even favored Donald Trump. There are thirty one House Democrats who currently represent district's Trump won in two thousand sixteen one person who spoke out about it was John anzalone e eight Alabama-based democratic pollster who did work for Barack Obama's reelection. And I'm going to quote him here. There is without a doubt a myth that Alexandra customer TEZ somehow represents the narrative of democratic primary voters in the country. He said again, adding almost half of them identify themselves as moderate or conservative an insulin. Is right. Gallup polling in two thousand eighteen so that fifty one percent of Democrats identified themselves as liberal forty seven percent, call themselves either moderate or conservative. So what does this all mean? Well, what it means is that this is an ongoing fight within the Democratic Party. It's part of the broader battle of what does the Democratic Party post? Barack obama. Look like, this is really a fight that many people expected having twenty sixteen but because Hillary Clinton was such an overwhelming favourite from the nomination. It never really happened. The fight is what does the future hold for Democrats? Should they move more left? Should they move more to the center? Should they do neither right now the energy without question is on the left? Bernie Sanders Alexandro Cortez all the democratic candidates running for president who are doing everything they can to look and run like those two they're still voices in the middle. That's Joe Biden, I think the former vice president being the most prominent, and that's a fight that will play out throughout twenty twenty Alexander customer says is only twenty nine years old. You can't run for president yet. But she's very much a part of that conversation. And that's the news you need to know for March the fifth for much more, go subscribe to my Email newsletter. I think you'll like it. It's very easy to do. Go to CNN dot com slash the point can also subscribe to this podcast on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts or Revie, get your podcast. And also if you want do what I do which is called up on. Home or Amazon echo.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable. Eyewear styles starting at just six ninety five. No ridiculous markups. No hassles. Just quality affordable. I wear delivered right to you visits. Any today at Xeni dot com slash CNN. What were the point for Thursday, February twenty eighth? Holy cow. It's almost the end of February. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin to bring the news you need to know. I'm still going through Michael Cohen's, absolutely riveting testimony in front of the house oversight committee on Wednesday. And I went through the transcript after watching the six plus hours of it. And I came up with some winners and losers. Some of the best in the worst of the members of congress on that committee who were asking the questions we spent a lot of time Wednesday talking about Cohen. So let's talk a little bit about who did. Well, and who didn't do all that. Well, among the members I want to start with the logic comics, chairman of the house oversight committee, that's a very hard job in general. But especially when Michael Cohen is testifying, and when you have some of the most liberal members of congress, Alexandra Cusi Cortez, I on a Presley at leave on the committee. So some of the most conservative Jim Jordan of Ohio, Mark meadows of North Carolina. Now. Now, I thought coming today really nice job. Generally, speaking of trying to keep it as balanced and fair as possible as study at too nice moments of his own he somehow managed to deconflict a fight of a race charges of race and racism between meadows enta- Leib and his closing remarks, which if you haven't listened to you really should ROY heartfelt appeal to how politics can and should be another winner. I mentioned her Alexander Cossio Cortez. There's no one on that panel that draws more attention than the freshman member from the Bronx. I think a lot of Republicans were waiting for her to do sort of big what they would describe as grandstanding moment. She did the opposite. She asked very insightful incisive questions. She talked about the treasure trove of documents that David pecker, the head of national choirs parent company may have she talked about the catch and kill agreements these organizations use. She tweeted this out when people praise their quote forces you to get great at reading people in hones a razor sharp BS detector, she was saying. Being a bartender and a waitress actually really helped her in her testimony, a few others who want to mention Katie hill and Harley router, both freshman democratic members of congress from the state of California. I thought both they ask questions toward the back end of the hearing because they're such junior members both ask questions at actually elicited real responses from Cohen and shed some light as did just in a match who is a member of Congress Republican from Michigan who didn't spend time running Coen down. But instead tried to talk to Colin about his relationship, he Coen's relationship with Donald Trump. Okay. If you the losers, I mentioned, Mark meadows. He's the chairman of house freedom caucus. There's always going to be a big spotlight on him. I thought it was very weird when he brought Lynn patent longtime African American employees of the Trump organization and now a member of the Trump administration to stand behind him while he talked to make the case down Trump can't possibly be racist. Because an African American woman like patent supports them at made. No. Sense to me at all Klay Higgins, Louisiana Republican congressman it seemed to so Higgins thought he had landed on something major. When Cohen mentioned he had found a copy of thirty five thousand dollar check that Trump had written to him that Cohen says was a reimbursement for the payments. He made to keep stormy Daniels who was alleging affairs with Donald Trump quiet during the two thousand sixteen election Higgins said that how could cone of just found those boxes hadn't those boxes been turned over to federal prosecutors to which Cohen said, yes, they were all seized in the rate of my house in April. Twentieth. Eighteen and then have been returned to me Higgins. I don't know. What happened? Maybe wasn't listening said this, quote, if they included data pertinent to crimes that you've committed. Should they not have been turned over and remanded to the investigative authority, dude, they were remanded and turned over to the investigative authority than the handed them back. My last loser is repeatedly by mentioned earlier look twos. The last person on the committee to ask questions. She didn't really ask all that many questions, but she did implicate that ma-. Ios who had brought Lynn patent that that was a racist. Act meadows. Went crazy said that a logic Cummings new his heart better that he was not a racist. That to leaves words need to be taken down a penalty in the house colle- back down. She said she didn't mean to call meadows racist. Just that what he had done was what someone who is racist. Would do seems like a distinction without a difference to me if you're going to say someone's a racist than just stand by it. There's much more. You can check out my full winners and losers on CNN dot com. But that's the news you need for today. February the twenty eighth four much more Senate for my Email newsletter to go to CNN dot com slash the point can do it there. You can also subscribe to this podcast on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts or wherever your podcast. You can also call it up on your Amazon echo or your Google home device. Hey, Sekou Smith here from the hang time podcast. Join me, and my main man John Shuman every week as we break down, the latest, NBA, news and storylines with. Yes. From around the league, we should've subscribe to NBA time on apple podcasts. Spotify an NBA dot com slash podcast for new episodes every Monday and Thursday this season.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"This podcast is brought to you by book dotcom in partnership with the cantata row tourism board, book dot com. The number one site for all inclusive beach vacations. Welcome to the point four Wednesday, February the thirteenth happy gallon day. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin to bring you the news you need to know. And yes, my voice is under the weather. The news you need to know is that we are now less than two full days away from what would be a second government shutdown of this year. If nothing happens between now and midnight on February fifteenth, the government will close again, you'll remember earlier the Shula government was close for thirty five days, the longest shutdown in political history. So where do we stand? Well, members of congress who negotiated a compromise continue to sort of write out that compromise. And we know the brought outlines one point three seven five billion dollars for about fifty five miles of new border fencing the question now is will Donald Trump sign at CNN is reporting. He will. Will he has not said that publicly at likely kind of training negotiate maybe for a little bit more money a little bit more fencing better deal. But I would guess that. He does sign it because he has no other good options. I think he signs it. And then he looks around the see what else he can do. He does not want a government shutdown that really did not work for Republicans that thirty five day shutdown hurt his numbers hurt Republicans numbers. Generally, speaking hurt the economy there were lots of affects their that Republicans don't want to relive. But I do think it is on the table that Donald Trump will maybe signed this compromise Bill not happily and then start looking for several billion dollars from whether that's military funding or other places within the federal government where he can take and use it to spend to get to the five point seven billion. He says he needs to build a wall on the southern porter. Now that could mean declaring a national emergency that would allow him to dip into about the three point six billion dollars in approved military funding, but it would also create a. Huge legal fight wouldn't sit all that. Well with Republicans in congress. The question is what does he do? I think you're gonna see a sign this Bill. Plus what the pluses remains to be seen? Although I think Republicans in congress are urging him to not declare a national -mergency. Of course, if past as prologue that will mean that Trump probably will declare a national emergency. That's news you need. No for February the thirteenth four much more police ab- scratch my daily Email newsletter. Go to CNN dot com slash the point. You can also subscribe to this podcast on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts wherever you get your podcast. You can also choose to call it up on your Google, home or your Amazon echo device. Hey, Sekou Smith here from the hang time podcast. Join me, and my main man John Shuman every week as we break down, the latest, NBA, news and storylines with. Yes. From around the league, be sure to subscribe to NBA hang time on apple podcast Spotify. An NBA dot com slash podcast for new episodes every Monday and Thursday this season.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Tired of spending hundreds of dollars prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable eyewear styles starting at just six ninety five visits any today at Zanny dot com slash CNN. Welcome to the point four Tuesday, February the fifth. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin and bringing the news you need to know. Happy state of the Union Day one week late, but we got here. The government is reopened. Donald Trump will right around nine pm eastern time deliver his state of the union address. So what do we expect? Well, the truth of the matter, and this is true before Donald Trump, and certainly true of Donald Trump is that these state of the union addresses are big pomp and circumstance moments in Washington, a bicameral session of congress. The president outlining both what he's done in what he plans to do. But outside of the show of it, all there's not really all that much that comes of the state of the union think that's especially true in this state of the union, usually president spent a rope will be limited time talking about their accomplishments and most of their speaking time talking about what they do. You want to do sort of a blueprint for the next year or the next several years of their term. My guess is that Trump will spend a lot more time than the average president detailing what he believes he has done over the first two years. You've heard him say many times on the campaign trail, and in other speeches that he's had the most productive first two years of any president in history. Now fact checkers say that's not true. But it won't stop Trump from saying it, so my guess is lots of focus on his accomplishments, some nastiness and back and forth as it relates to immigration in the wall. And then in attempt sort of kind of at the end for bipartisanship. A we need to be unified. The problem is unified and unity in what we should unify around are things at the two parties. Simply don't agree on frankly. Donald Trump doesn't agree with the Republican party. And a lot of those things so unity is a nice idea. I think he will bow to it at some point tonight. But really in truth starting tomorrow, nothing will change we'll still be in the same place. We'll still be one day closer. To another government shutdown or a national emergency declaration to fund Donald Trump's wall. He won't fundamentally alter the dynamics here. What opinions are of Donald Trump are set in stone, one speech, even a series of speeches, even one as highly covered and big deal as a state of the union won't change that that's news. You need to know for February the fifth for much more subscribed to my Email newsletter. It's great stuff. You can do it by going to CNN dot com slash the point. You can also sign up for this podcast. You can do it on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts or wherever your podcasts. Freaking choose to call it up on Google, home or your Amazon echo dividing. Hey, Sekou Smith here from the hang time podcast. Join me, and my main man John Shuman every week as we break down, the latest, NBA, news and storylines with. Yes. From around the league, we sure subscribe to NBA hang time on apple podcasts. Spotify an NBA dot com slash podcast for new episodes every Monday and Thursday this season.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Tired of spending hundreds of dollars prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable eyewear styles starting at just six ninety five visits any today at Zanny dot com slash CNN. Welcome to the point four Wednesday January the twenty third I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin bringing the news you need to know. Oh van felt like the old days today letters being written back and forth. I from President Donald Trump to house speaker Nancy Pelosi saying, hey, I got that letter. You sent me on January sixteenth where you said, I should postpone my state of the union speech on the twenty ninth or just liver to you in writing. But yeah, I'm not gonna do that Trump saying I plan to show up next Tuesday deliver my state of the union speech. See then to which Nancy Pelosi responded via letter again, John and Abigail Adams would be proud in which she said, I won't be introducing a concurrent resolution authorizing you to deliver the state of the union address on how sore so you won't be doing it to its Trump responded. Not by letter. I'm not surprised and quo. So here we are. I think what you have to. Do is take a step back here and realized how abnormal all of this is Democrats had lots of issues with George W Bush's presidency. But they never didn't invite him to give a state of the union address. Republicans a lot of problems with Brock Obama's presidency. But they didn't disinvite him or not invite him to give state of the union address. It's because Barack Obama, and George W Bush. We're within the parameters of what we expect of a modern present or really any president. Yes. George W Bush was too conservative for most Democrats Barack Obama's too liberal for most Republicans, but they understood that the presidency the office mattered that giving a report card to the congress about the year that was in the year of that will be was important. I think what Democrats have realized in dealing with Donald Trump is you can't treat him like a normal president while extending the courtesy of giving a speech on the house floor might seem like the sort of thing that Nancy Pelosi should do her argument would. Be well, the government has been shut down for thirty three days in counting over Donald Trump's to mand of five point seven billion dollars for a wall along our southern border wall Pelosi to point out that the majority of Americans don't think will work and don't want. So I think what you see from Democrats, particularly. Now, they've retaken the house majority in the two thousand eighteen election is they are fighting fire with fire they are fighting unconventional politician Donald Trump with unconventional tactics. They are going to extremes politically speaking that they would not have gone to in years past because they believe that Donald Trump is someone who pushes and pushes and pushes. It doesn't even recognize that he's at or beyond past political extremes, though, the end of the day here. Take the politics out of it. Eight hundred thousand federal workers, either aren't working or aren't getting paid for their work right now. And that's been the case for thirty three days this poisons, a well, that's already been deeply. Thousand even more. It's impossible to argue that what went on Wednesday between Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi makes compromise on the government shutdown more likely, in fact, almost certainly makes that compromise less likely, and that is the sad reality of our current state of American politics. That's the not that great news you need to know for January the twenty third four much more police check out my daily Email newsletter where you can sign up for at CNN dot com slash the point. You can also sign up for this podcast. You can subscribe on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Or if you like call it up on your Google, home or your Amazon echo device. Sekou Smith here from the hang time podcast. Join me, and my main man John Shuman every week as we break down, the latest, NBA, news and storylines with. Yes. From around the league, be sure to subscribe to NBA hang time on apple podcasts. Spotify an NBA dot com slash podcast for new episodes every Monday and Thursday this season.

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Facebook removes fake accounts and pages tied to Russia

WBBM Evening News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook removes fake accounts and pages tied to Russia

"Man who spent more than forty years in prison. Jonny Lee gates has been in prison since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven after he was convicted of murdering a woman in Columbus, Georgia. Now. A judge has ruled the sixty three year old man should get a new trial because testing fouled is DNA was not on key pieces of evidence, a belted necktie used to Biden gag the victim were filed in a case file in a prosecutor's office of the summer of two thousand fifteen gates was a niche. Really sentenced to death. But it was changed to life in prison because he was found to be intellectually disabled, Jim, Chris, cillizza. Bs lose a federal appeals court panel has lifted a lower court ban that prohibits Texas from eliminating Planned Parenthood from the state's Medicaid program fifth circuit court of appeals issued the ruling in New Orleans the decision lifts say preliminary injunction issued by an Austin judge on the state of Texas in February of twenty seventeen. WBZ news time ten thirty five.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable. Eyewear styles starting at just six ninety five. No ridiculous markups. No hassles. Just quality affordable. I wear delivered right to you visits. Any today at Xeni dot com slash CNN. The point four Monday January the fourteenth. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin to bring you the news you need to know from a very snowy Washington. Well, it was a busy weekend for Washingtonians and for everyone else. But especially for Donald Trump because there was a lot of Russia news. And I want to highlight one specific story that I think is really really important it came from Greg Miller, my former colleague at the Washington Post he reported, according to US officials that Donald Trump has gone out of his way well beyond normal behavior to conceal the nature of his conversations five conversations over the past two years with Russian President Vladimir Putin including going as far as collecting the interpreters notes from his meeting with Putin at a summit in Helsinki last year. Okay. That is concerning in vacuum and downright alarming. Given what we know about ROY. Russia and the United States. We know thanks to the unanimous conclusion of the US intelligence community that Russia sought to actively interfere in the two thousand sixteen election to help Trump and hurt Clinton. We know that any number of Trump campaign and administration officials have pled guilty to Robert Muller to lying to federal investigators over the nature and breath of their relationships with the Russians, and now we have this Donald Trump, actively working to conceal what he invited MIR Putin talked about now Trump was asked about this on Monday said it's no big deal. Who was very good meeting. I do this all the time. Okay. Well, if it was no big deal, and he doesn't all the time. Then why would he go out of his way to conceal what happened again going as far as asking the interpreter not only for her notes, but to not speak of what she heard two other people that seems odd, particularly if it was a very good and very normal meeting. Right. Right. So I want to hear more on that. Why did Trump go to the lengths he's gone to to? Seal his meetings. What went on in those meetings with Ladimir Putin one on one five conversations in the last two years seems a little fishy to me. That's news. You need to know for this January the fourteenth four much more. Please check out my daily Email newsletter. You can do that by going the CNN dot com slash the point can subscribe there'll sanity Monday through Friday, you'll get it by about seven thirty PM eastern time in your Email inbox. You can also subscribe to this audio briefing. You can do it on Stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts or wherever you choose. To get your podcast. You can call it up Amazon echo or Google home too. Are you interested in learning? How enterprise scale companies drive organic traffic to increase their online visibility than download the voices of search podcast from the heart of Silicon Valley here. Search metrics Inc. CEO Jordan Kuni as he delivers actionable insights to Howdy was data to navigate the ever changing landscape of Google, apple Amazon, the voices of search podcast arm. Search engine marketers and business analysts with the latest news and insights, they need to nephew the ever changing landscape of search engine optimization and content. Are you ready to learn to use surged data defined strategic insights about your competition and your industry as a whole then search for voices of search wherever you download your cast. That's three simple words voices of search to learn the secrets of search engine and content marketing.

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Strategic Command deletes New Year's tweet about dropping bomb

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Strategic Command deletes New Year's tweet about dropping bomb

"At a zoo in Florida. Two year old girl was hurt after falling into the right answer exhibit at the zoo and Melbourne Florida that child's mother was also injured at both of them were taken to a hospital in Orlando. Their conditions have not been released. Zoo officials say the toddler fell through steel poles that separate guests from the rhino's during a hands on experience that's been offered without any prior incidents since two thousand nine the stout of at least what are the animals did make contact with the little girl? Jim, Chris, cillizza? Bs news Pete Carroll. Russell wilson. And they hated Seattle. Seahawks are coming into town Saturday night for the first row wildcard game playing the Cowboys. The Cowboys star twenty nineteen getting ready for their playoff matchup, Dallas hosts Seattle this Saturday night and should get some reinforcements Tyrone Crawford and his Abe your

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Ready to book your next all inclusive vacation head over to book dot com slash visit Cancun. Don't miss the best sixty seconds of football every week Adam left go here. Be our host make sure to tune into the new episodes of the original series gridiron heights. Every Tuesday night on the B our app. Make sure to check it out. I definitely will. Welcome to the point four Tuesday, December twenty fifth Christmas and a welcome to our new listeners who called up the point on their fancy new, Amazon, Alexa or Google home. That Santa brought you there. Great devices. Hope you like them. Hope you like this podcast. I am going to go through because this is a special day because we're almost to the end of two thousand eighteen because it feel like you might want another gift to open. I'm gonna go through my winners and losers in politics in twenty eighteen today. Let's start with the winners because this is a day. To celebrate first on my list, Nancy Pelosi when Pelosi was speaker in two thousand ten in lost the house majority. I thought she would retire. I thought the same thing after the two thousand fourteen election when Pelosi again, lost seats and stayed in the minority, but she stuck on and in two thousand eighteen Democrats picked up forty seats and put Pelosi almost certainly back in as speaker, a testament to perseverance and resume. Once in politics. My second winner, this is a little odd because he lost in two thousand eighteen Beto Rourke in Texas. Yes, o Rourke a democratic congressman lost to Ted Cruz in the Senate race, but he lost very narrowly. And in the process of that campaign. He became a giant democratic star nationally most polling in Iowa and other places suggest that if work runs for president in two thousand twenty he will be at or near the top of the field, and my guess is he runs my last winner of two thousand eighteen polling. Yes polling. I know it gets a bad name. But if you look at the polling in two thousand eighteen it told us what happened. It was predictively corrected said it was going to be a bad year for Republicans on the house. It was it said it was going to be a relatively neutral year in the Senate. It was and it said overall, the Democrats would win more. They did they won the house. They want governorships they wanted the state legislative level. So polling well done. Now, it's Christmas. They're always a few on the Nautilus. Let's go through my losers into. Eighteen number one, Donald Trump. Look, the president states finishes twenty eighteen with the job approval rating somewhere between about thirty nine and forty two percent. That is not great. He also now faces the very tough prospect of divided government Democrats control the House Republicans control the Senate, obviously, Trump is in the White House. I think that is going to be a much tougher proposition than even Trump knows my second loser. Elizabeth Warren so Warren started twenty teen is sort of a nominal front runner a co front runner with Joe Biden for twenty twenty. She ends it much less well positioned because inactive Hct she tried to take the issue of her native American ancestry off the table, releasing a five minute long video in which she says or is quoted quote to Stanford geneticists saying that she likely has some native American blood didn't work totally backfired and it made her lose a ton of momentum. She may still run for president twenty twenty but from diminished position and my final loser facts. Yes. Unfortunately, we have a president who does not here to facts or the truth. All that often the Washington Post fact checker found that he said sixty five hundred false or misleading things in his first six hundred and forty nine days in office. That's a rate of nine point nine falsehoods distortions a day every day of his presidency. If we cannot agree that facts are not a partisan position. I think we're all in trouble in two thousand nineteen and beyond. So with that bit of coal in your stocking. That ends my winners and losers. My nice and naughty list for twenty eighteen I'll be back with much more every day in twenty nineteen. Thanks for listening. I am taking a break for the holidays. But I will be back on my regular schedule in the new year with regular episodes starting Thursday, January third and as always you can subscribe to my daily Email newsletter at CNN dot com slash the point. I will make sure you get it. Monday through Friday by seven thirty PM eastern. You can hopefully already have call up this podcast. On stitcher. Spotify apple podcasts or wherever you like. To get your podcast your Amazon, echo, you're Google home. Thank you for listening. Have a great holiday. All right children. What do you want for Christmas? This. I want something. Well, I've got just the thing for you. It's a game of sound special episode coming out Christmas day only on Bleacher report.

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Mississippi Senate race: Cindy Hyde-Smith defeats Mike Espy

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Mississippi Senate race: Cindy Hyde-Smith defeats Mike Espy

"F a supporter asked her to attend. Jim Chris cillizza Bs news, there's new uncertainty in the Trump. Russia investigation is more comes out about the collapsing. Plea deal between the mother team in the two thousand sixteen campaign chairman Paul Manafort Manafort denies a report about contacts he may have had that same year with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy. He calls a totally false and deliberately libellous. Former assistant US attorney in New York. Here. Dugong the timing creates a number of questions. So if the meeting occurred in March of two thousand sixteen between Manafort and Assange that timing lines up, particularly well with the timing of the hack of John Podesta's Email account in an unusual agreement. Manafort's lawyers have been briefing Trump's attorneys on what their client has told. Investigators President Trump has yet to take sides on Russia's ramming and seizing of Ukrainian ships in disputed waters. But that may change soon President Trump tells the Washington Post he may cancel a scheduled meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin over Moscow capture of three Ukrainian ships and their crews on Sunday telling the newspaper, I don't like that aggression. I don't want that aggression at all the president also lashed out at length about Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell saying he's not even a little bit happy with my selection of j. CBS news reporter, Alison cues. It's five thirty four. And there was a furious fight. We're hearing in the cockpit to save a new model seven thirty-seven jet is it plunged toward the Java. Sea last month? CBS news transportation correspondent Kris van cleave reports on new evidence. From the flight recorder from the moment lion air, six ten took off from Jakarta. Something was wrong. The pilots were quickly locked in a deadly game of tug of war with a brand new Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight fighting till the end, according to the plane's flight data recorder, a new anti-stalking system known as m cast kept automatically pushing the nose of the plane down during the eleven minute flight the pilots fought the downward tilt more than two dozen times until finally losing control and crashing into the Java sea at four hundred fifty miles per hour, claiming all one hundred eighty nine souls on board. There are now about two hundred fifty of these max eight now in service around the world. A commercial pilot is under investigation after falling asleep at the. Cockpit aviation. Authorities say the pilot was alone on a freight plane and his dozing off cost him to overshoot king. I have an airport in Australia, twenty nine miles a statement from vortex air says ground controllers, tried to communicate with the sleeping pilot. But they weren't able to get a response. Once the pilot woke up here, then doubled back mandated, his original destination. Probably hoping that nobody would have noticed five thirty-six WCBS news time. You never know when traffic will turn ugly. Delays on the New York state. The rails will slow to a crawl. Boy. Have we had rail troubles, and they continue. So keep tuned WCBS. Eight eighty four breaking traffic and printed news laser just growing by leaps and bounds here. Howard by. Hi, Tom parking. We Park New York. Listen up

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Congress, Adrienne Mitchell KNX and Intuit discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Congress, Adrienne Mitchell KNX and Intuit discussed on Sean Hannity

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West Virginia, Supreme Court and Heather Myers discussed on Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

West Virginia, Supreme Court and Heather Myers discussed on Brett Winterble

"House a West Virginia supreme court Justice announced her retirement. Today just hours after, her impeachment as the, political upheaval involving the state supreme court there continues CBS news. Jim Casula has detail so West Virginia house has. Voted to impeach all four members so the state supreme court, for, abuse of power a fifth member reside before she. Could be impeached Republican Sharron Malcolm they know better than to do what they've done they need. To, pay the price and step down and make them citizens of West Virginia proud again the West Virginia, Justice has been under fire over using more than three million dollars. In tax, payers money, for office, renovations as well as using state property for

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Tornado slams Massachusetts town as storms march eastward

Car Pro

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Tornado slams Massachusetts town as storms march eastward

"Night fires a bringing the same as they do during the day as they do at night time. So it's something that's uncharacteristic that we unfortunately, we've been seeing for the last few years in the northeast strong storms and possible flooding are the concerns a tornado touchdown in Webster, Massachusetts, where the cleanup is underway right now. One. Woman was hurt when debris hit her car CBS news. Weather producer David Parkinson has the forecast you'll be seeing some really strong storms and some potential flash flooding in parts. Of New, York into New England, there's a flash flood watch that runs through. The day on Saturday secretary of state Mike Pompeo was warning other countries they must. Not violate United Nations sanctions against North Korea we expect the Russians. In all countries to abide by the UN Security. Council resolutions and enforce sanctions on North Korea North Korea's foreign minister responded saying recent moves by the US are alarming Pompeo statement came after a UN report showed North Korea has not halted its nuclear. Program Wells Fargo is admitting to a mistake, that hurt hundreds of customers CBS news correspondent Jim Krasula in a regulatory filing Wells Fargo says a mistake with company underwriting tool contributed, to, some four hundred foreclosures between ten and Late thousand fifteen the mistake miscalculated customers eligibility for mortgage changes in federal programs that helped families. At risk of losing homes the error caused more than six hundred, customers to be. Denied or not offered loan modifications. For which they qualified Jim Chris cillizza Bs news the. First lady's spokeswoman has issued a statement praising NBA star LeBron James the statement says James is working to do good. Things it, comes after a tweet, from President Trump last night that says it's not easy to make LeBron James Looksmart Nile stage is the hills White House columnists. In a regulatory filing will the president gets into the scrap she. Makes the spikes I think very many people across. Party lines the same unbecoming to the dignity of.

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Abstinence and heavy drinking could increase dementia risk, study says

WBBM Early Afternoon News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Abstinence and heavy drinking could increase dementia risk, study says

"Can help ward off dementia study in the British, medical journal found abstaining from alcohol between the ages of thirty five and fifty five may substantially boost the risk of, dementia in later life compared to people who drink up to fourteen units a week Johns Hopkins Dr several Yasser review the study for the. B. m. j. it was found that they have a higher risk of dementia increased by approximately forty percent, she says the benefit comes. From alcohols antioxidants but too much drinking also increases the risk of demand Larry Miller. CBS news London a one hundred fifteen year, old stained glass window at a historic Chicago churches been returned to its previous glory year long restoration of the sixteen foot high by eight and a half. Foot wide peace window at the, check at Presbyterian church wasn't easy or, cheap, it, costs about three hundred twelve. Thousand dollars and included the individual restoration of more than. Seventy five hundred pieces of glass Linda. Miller with friends of historic second church tells CBS to each of them had to be cleaned maybe two or three times they needed to put in new. Leading the window was designed by Tiffany studios and donated in honor of Silas be Cobb the church raise the money for, the project, from nearly two hundred donors over five years Andy day NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM police are looking into a smackdown over snack samples at. A South, Carolina Cosco the trouble started what, a seventy two year old man cut in front of A seventy year old man who was waiting for a. Sample piece of cheese the same thing happened with a nearby cheeseburger sample witnesses say words. Were exchanged before the older. Hawaiian shirt. Clad man punched the second bed in the head knocking office heading glasses police want. To look at surveillance video before any charges are filed Jim Chris cillizza Bs news What are the details though snack rage it'll get you every time WBZ news time. To fifty three time to solve water seepage with US waterproofing dot com. Ready.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"What comes to the point for Tuesday July the thirty. First, I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin to bring you the news. You need to know plot, twist. We all expected there to be some John Kelly news in the next couple of days. But no one expected that the news about the White House she was staff would be this, which is Donald Trump apparently has offered John Kelly to stay on as she sat through the twenty twenty election and Kelly has agreed. I did not see that coming now a few bits of context one just because Kelly and Trump agreed today that he's going to stay on through twenty twenty doesn't mean much of anything. There's no contracts for jobs in the White House, and we all know that anyone in the White House serves at the pleasure of this president more so than any other staff in presidential history. So Trump could well changes mind in a few months, and John Kelly will be out number two. The president of the United States is affecting his own chief of staff. Kelly has largely been isolated in these last few months, which is why we all assumed he would be leaving sometime soon. And Trump is run his own affairs. In the same way that Trump is affecting his own communications director and lead strategist and media spokesman. Donald Trump believes himself to be the best to do any of these things and isn't willing to delegate all that much authority to people who he believes just keep disappointing him. John Kelly was maybe is still one of those people, but at least as to today, he's going to be in that job for much much longer speaking of today. That's the news you need to know for July the thirty first four much more go to the internet, go to CNN dot com. Slash the point and subscribe to my daily Email newsletter. You'll get it Mondays through Fridays. You'll get it around seven thirty pm eastern and I promise money back here. T- you also can sign up for my audio briefing which you're listening to right now. You can do that on Happel podcasts or Stitcher, or reverie get your podcast. You can also there's war. You can also call it up on your Amazon echo or your Google home device. Please take a minute and do USA.

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Samsung To Take On Gorilla Glass With Its Own ‘Unbreakable’ Glass

WBBM Programming

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Samsung To Take On Gorilla Glass With Its Own ‘Unbreakable’ Glass

"Fifty two's video and audio recordings from the duck boat that sank in lake near Branson. Missouri haven't released by federal investigators recording show the table, rock lake went from, called into deadly dangerous just a few minutes in a sudden, storm that ashes, Transportation Safety Board says Whitecaps appeared on the lake within five minutes of the boat hitting. The water the captain twice. Make calls on a hand held radio and alarm sounded as water began, splashing into the passenger compartment their recordings ended, in about eight minutes after the large waves appeared Jim Chris, cillizza does WBZ news time seven fifty three. Police in park ridge are warning residents lock. Their cars their car doors overnight to avoid the fate dozens of their neighbors. Have faced since Monday the thieves again chose the path of least resistance. Only entering cars left unlocked the first night the thieves struck on woodland oak, lane and Glenview avenue late Wednesday and early Thursday, they struck three times. On Hamlin and I'm, Brophy rose, and northwest highway police, briefly spot a to potential suspects following a tip early Thursday but they. Alluded officers a car, stolen Thursday morning turned up later that day and the twenty two hundred block of west crystal in. Chicago Bob Roberts NewsRadio one point nine FM well at, long last there is, a smartphone scream that cannot be broken many people who carry, smartphones know the, feeling you broke the screen again Samsung claims it's developed a new phone screen that can't be broken because it's flexible. Engineers have taken a next generation organic or LED display and coated it, with an unbreakable substrate and fortified plastic they, say you can drop it throw it bend it without cracking, the screen it's already been through tests by. Underwriters laboratories and after twenty six drops from. A height of four feet the phone is said to function normally no damage. To it front, sides or edges Jim Chenevey CBS news thanks to a, healthy traditional, diet universal Healthcare and reliance, on public transportation instead of cars Japan regularly ranks near the top of the list for longevity but now another of its record holders is, the world's oldest woman one, hundred seventeen. Year, old she oh Miyako died this week in Yokohama south of Tokyo. Her family described her as patient mild mannered. And fond of calligraphy. Japan's, oldest living. Woman now is Tanaka one hundred fifteen years old she has said the. Key to living long is curiosity and hard work Lucy craft CBS news Tokyo would you use a sunscreen booth. But some, sun tan on that, way sorry, next in the Bloomberg report WBZ. News time seven fifty four Goodrich I've got, news operating costs are killing Cy need you to do something. About it already have.

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Whiskey Industry Leaders Meet in Kentucky to Discuss Concerns About Tariffs

WBBM Late Morning News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Whiskey Industry Leaders Meet in Kentucky to Discuss Concerns About Tariffs

"Leaders from around the world United in the heart of Kentucky bourbon country the message settled trade disputes before sales of distilled spirits sour, nobody, wins in a. Trade war opening trade. Is essential for the future of our global industry tariffs trade wars don't really benefit anyone US distilled whiskey of bourbon of recently hit. With stiff tariffs twenty-five percent by the European Union and ten percent by Canada Shiva Chris cillizza yesterday's Disney is joining. A growing. List of major corporations abandoning the use of plastic straws At Disney to the growing list of businesses banning. Plastic straws and stirs the company says it will take affect by the middle of. Next, year at all, of its locations the ban started in Seattle earlier this month and since. Starbucks and Marriott announced straws would be.

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Hillary Clinton, John Drake Drake and New Jersey discussed on Rich Zeoli

Rich Zeoli

04:36 min | 2 years ago

Hillary Clinton, John Drake Drake and New Jersey discussed on Rich Zeoli

"By the, way people are upset at Jeff Sessions joined in a chant of lock her up, today a school with. Kids that's very. Funny That's awesome Chris cillizza lock her up the attorney general the, United States, Jeff Sessions and, kids chanting lock her up at. A school they're losing their minds. Over that look her up by, the way lock her up is about. Hillary Clinton I don't know. If you It's hysterical lock her up okay so I was going to mention to you this story then I got a text from somebody about it and it. Reminded me to talk about this story the ninth. Circuit court of appeals sometimes, they surprise even me your best buddy because I would think that they are. Just completely nuts and they have in fact discovered that we have the. Constitutional right to open carry this is pretty remarkable coming from the night circuit it also gives me great great hope that perhaps at some point we, can no longer be, completely nuts federal appeals court affirms the constitutional right to openly carry guns in public he San Francisco based ninth circuit court of appeals ruled Tuesday that the second amendment guarantees Americans right to, carry a, gun for self, defense in public not just your. House overturning Hawaii licensing rule that. Limited gun possession to the home that ruling which comes one year after. The supreme court of the United, States, declined to rule on the issue overturns. A Hawaii court of appeals ruling that held officials did not violate a plane tickets second amendment rights. By prohibiting him from carrying. Outside. The home judge dear Mondo Scanlon Roach for the to, judge majority in the ninth circuit it's not the, whole nine circuit by the way it doesn't have. To be but quote we do. Not take lightly the problem of gun violence but for better or for worse the second amendment does protect a right to carry a firearm in public for self defense those of you. Who are my fellow New Jersey you know that. That is something that we, don't really have in our state so we'll see if this goes further the. Plane of George Young sued after a state official twice tonight have a. Permit to carry a. Gun outside that's happened in New Jersey you know a lot I talked about my buddy John Drake Drake not related to the, singer Drake who's making, everybody jump out of cars he has an ATM business and he was denied a right to carry by the state of new Jersey denied a permit and he has one in Pennsylvania so we. Shoot the United States Supreme court did not hear. It not hear the case but now after this ninth circuit ruling there might. Be new hope for this decision does not affect previous court rulings at the second amendment does not guarantee citizens right to carry a concealed weapon in. Public it comes exactly one. Week after the ninth. Circuit upheld a lower court's, ruling the, California's, high capacity magazine ban was, unconstitutional, so it's very good we'll see where. This goes it gives me hope because I do believe everybody has a right to carry in public Doesn't mean that we become the wild west like people think anyway Alan Dershowitz is a very very, smart man as you know we. Were talking about the whole FIS applications thing for years I've railed, against the Pfizer court. The dirt he wants FIS applications to, be made public take a listen well I think there's enough in there for each side to claim support for its position there is that footnote in which they do. Say that the Steele dossier was organized by people who are trying to get dirt on candidate one which is President Trump. But there's a lot. Of material in there suggesting. That they didn't make full disclosure about the circumstances under which the Steele dossier was authorized Mike assumed fleet credibility is minor sending the footnote never said the DNC the footnote Who support Hillary Clinton so could have been could have been a. Republican candidate Sure sure. And, I think there's not enough disclosure for us to make a firm determination look I, have no doubt that the FBI should have been more forthright in disclosing everything and they did come to the conclusion that Steele had, provided them legitimate? Information in the past where we'd like to know about that was it legitimate what were the sources? Of information under supreme court decision called Franks versus Maryland The court trusts the. FBI to give it full, information particularly in the context where there's their secret and there's no opportunity ever for history?.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Hello, everybody welcome to the point for Wednesday, July eleven, twenty eighteen. I am still not Chris cillizza. It's me brower managing editor for CNN politics here to cut through the spin. Chris would say, give you the news. You need to know today's headlines out of President Trump's trip to Europe. Got me. Thinking about some of those classic western democracy history lines, we all know so well from our school days and by virtue being persistent political watchers with the United Kingdom. Of course, it's the much celebrated special relationship with France. It's the distinction of being America's oldest ally going all the way back to the revolutionary war with Germany. It's president Kennedy, declaring each bin Berliner and decades later President. Reagan demanding mister Gorbachev tear down this wall, all those ideas of shaped generations of American attitudes toward Europe and America's role in the world, particularly after World War Two and throughout the Cold War. And the idea of. An enduring partnership between democracies there and the United States, which is why whether you find them good or bad. The comments by President Trump Wednesday in Belgium or so striking Germany is a captive of Russia. That's what Trump told the head of NATO going onto as Jeremy diamond of CNN reports. Russ complained that the United States expected to quote, defend them against Russia, despite Germany, making billions of dollars as Trump Senate in energy payments to Moscow as Jeremy. Further writes, quote, Trump's comments were remarkable criticism for US president to make about a close US ally, and as likely to increase tensions between the US and its European allies. Indeed, while Trump's singled out Germany, he also noted that numerous NATO ally countries have made pipeline deals with Russia. Trump is Vince sitting for some time that NATO nations reached the threshold of two percent of their gross domestic product spent on defense, and to be clear Trump isn't unique is the president calling on Europe to pay more into NATO. Both of his predecessors democrat Barack Obama and Republican, George W Bush they call for the same thing just with a somewhat different approach Trump kicked it up notch today, White House, press secretary. Sarah Sanders put out a statement early Wednesday afternoon eastern time. That said this quote during the president's remarks today at the NATO summit, he suggested the country's not only meet their commitment of two percent of their GDP on defense spending, but that they increase it to four percent. The president raise the same issue when he was at NATO last year, President Trump wants to see our allies share more of the burden. And at a very minimum, meet their already stated obligations. That's been the essence of Donald Trump throughout his presidency. He campaigned on it before you even got there. He would do things differently. Indeed is CNN's Stephen Collins and writes for us today, quote for the last seventeen months Trump is torn at the west cohesion and question of values in a startling manner. Since typically the US has always seen European institutions as mulch. Couples of its own power and enhancing its own security. This isn't Trump's first trip abroad, but this one is more loaded with tension than what we saw before with an already contentious NATO meeting underway then on to Great Britain for meeting with UK Prime Minister Theresa may whose government is struggling with the realities of implementing the Brexit by the way, which was fueled by many of the same populace dynamics that fueled Trump's own rise. And then of course, the much anticipated one on one with Russian president, flat Amir Putin in Helsinki Finland. At the end of this trip. Now whether Trump truly up ends the longstanding sense of the US Europe dynamic in a concrete way remains to be seen. But with the way that this trip is starting on the front end by bucking Europe, that's really only half the story of this trip that can't be taking into full view until we see what happens on the back end with how he handles the Putin meeting that will give us a full of you of what happened on the strip and what it really means for the road ahead. And that's the point for Wednesday, July, eleven, thanks for listening. Thank you. Chris cillizza Frasca mean fill in for more updates throughout the week, subscribe to the point newsletter at CNN dot com. Slash the point if you like this audio briefing and you do you can get on Google home or Amazon echo or subscribe on Stitcher or apple podcasts. So you never miss an episode.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Hello, everybody welcome to the point for Tuesday, July tenth eighteen. I am not Chris cillizza. It's me our managing editor for CNN politics here to cut through the spin. This Chris would say, give you the news. You need to know. Well, the pickles made after a lot of build up and teasing and drama and chatter and speculation, President, Donald Trump tapped circuit court. Judge Brad Kavanagh Monday night to be his nominee for the US supreme court. Cavanaugh if confirmed would succeed retiring Justice, Anthony Kennedy, who's been serving since president. Ronald Reagan picked him in the nineteen eighties and four whom Cavanaugh was once. A law clerk Kennedy said his retirement as affected at the end of the month, July thirty first and the White House and caviar wasting no time as you might expect. Now that the announcement has been made the nominee at the hill, Tuesday to meet with vice president, Mike. Pence and some of the hill leaders and the start of a long line of US senators as mentioned on this find podcast program on Monday, all eyes are on a handful of those members are CNN hill team of maharaja film adding to Barrett, lard FOX, they all right the latest on what we know today. And here's part of what they said. Republicans are targeting Democrats for reelection and states Trump won in two thousand sixteen of which there are ten, not including Senator Doug Jones, who's not a pre-election this year, but hails from ruby red, Alabama. Democrats in turn hope to peel off some Republicans, including Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and or Susan Collins of Maine to senators who support abortion rights and have split with their party before on whether to repeal the Ford -able Care Act. We will see many, many meetings and many, many, many handshakes, and will here lots of quotes from people. Where they don't explicitly rule out anything. But in the end, barring someone or some combo folks breaking ranks with their party leaders, the expectation is that Cavanaugh will be confirmed, and all of that really gets going with his part done. The president. He's gone. He's headed to Europe from multi-stop visit, which is sure to keep his hot streak of high profile moments going. I, it's the NATO meeting in Brussels where we're likely to hear some tough talk about trade a number of other things that it's off to the United Kingdom for visit. That includes a meeting with none other than the Queen, but wait, there's more than off to Helsinki Finland for the one on one meeting with Russian President, Vladimir Putin of all the weeks of Donald Trump's presidency. This one sure has all the makings of what he likes about being at the center of the world stage, but stay tuned for what headlines we get out of all of it as the week goes on. And that's the point for Tuesday. Ten. Thanks listening. Thank you to Chris Eliza for asking me to fill in for more updates throughout the week, subscribe to the point newsletter at CNN dot com. Slash the point if you like this audio briefing, you can get on Google home or Amazon echo or subscribe on Stitcher or apple podcasts. So you never miss an episode.

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Dozens missing as 2 boats overturn in choppy seas off Thailand

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Dozens missing as 2 boats overturn in choppy seas off Thailand

"The southern thailand resort if pook it say at least seven people are missing after rough seas overturned two boats carrying more than one hundred thirty tourists authorities say ninety people had been rescued from one boat but seven were still unaccounted for the both that overturned last night was carrying chinese tourists thirty nine others from china and europe were forced to abandon a second boat but they were rescued and have returned to land authorities are investigating shootings in milwaukee last several people injured and one man dead milwaukee police say a three year old girl was hospitalized for nonlife threatening gunshot wound after shots were fired into a house last night police are looking for suspects like you police say they also responded to the shooting early this morning in which a forty five year old man suffered a fatal gunshot wounds tennessee you'll ficials have initiated an effort to highlight the tragic results of drunk driving the state of tennessee has started a wrecking special memorial signs at locations were drunk drivers have claimed lives sharia buses eighteen year old daughter samaya and the teens best friend were killed by drunk driver in clarksville tennessee two years ago hoping that when people pass by that sign that that they think about drunk driving in those the newer that it keeps the memory lack josh's memory alive the special highway memorial signs list of the names of those killed by drunk drivers jim chris cillizza bs news a reminder we have links for.

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Mexico, Mexico City and Thailand discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Mexico, Mexico City and Thailand discussed on KNX Programming

"With two or three more and we'll make a decision on the united states supreme court the new justice that'll be made over the next few days and we'll be announcing it on monday but democrats in at least one republican maine senator susan collins say they'll oppose any nominee who would overturn the roe versus wade decision that legalized abortion steve dorsey cbs news washington fifty million americans are dealing with a heatwave this holiday week cbs news correspondent jim krasula that's so hot across much of the east people are splashing around in city felton's considered off limits be honest with you you have to if you're going to deal with this kind of kelly anderson at her family are sweating it out at an rv park in virginia we have to air conditioners in our trailer they have an air conditioner in their trailer so at night it's more comfortable for the national weather service warns oppressive heat and humidity will continue across the southeast mid atlantic and the northeast most of this week jim chris cillizza b s news coffee lovers this story will definitely wake you up cbs news correspondent steve futterman on how coffee could lengthen your life this is the latest study to sites the benefits of drinking coffee nearly a half million british adults ages forty to sixty nine took part it turned out those who drank coffee were ten to fifteen percent less likely to die and the study showed it didn't make any difference what type of coffee a person drinks instant brute or decaffeinated they all have benefits i youth soccer team trapped in a flooded cave and thailand is safe but now rescuers have to figure out how to extract them the bbc's howard johnson do is teach the route of entry diving techniques i'll teach them how to use scuba gear so they can get flooded sections president trump made a call the mexico's newly elected president yesterday adrienne bard is in mexico city there's been a lot of talk about how the newly elected mexican president will get along with president trump given that they come from opposite sides of the political spectrum well now we know they've at least said hello to each other on the phone in a tweet in spanish and race manuel lopez over said the tone of the call was respectful and it lasted about half an hour the world series just kicked off not that world series the world series of poker sixty million dollars in prize money is up.

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Thousands of whiskey barrels crash in collapse

KNX Programming

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Thousands of whiskey barrels crash in collapse

"For them to make informed decisions nor is it really an accurate description are clean meat is an appropriate terms has bruce friedrich with a good food institute doesn't have the bacterial contamination or other drug residues more environmentally friendly product stephan kaufman cbs news could be less call for some prize kentucky whiskey some ten thousand barrels filled with aging bourbon came tumbling down to a massive heap after bunch of a whiskey storage warehouse collapsed it happened at the barton seventeen ninety two distillery in bardstown the heart of kentucky bourbon country right now we're not really sure what happened there are engineers with a company there on site trying to secure the remaining part of the building and to try to contain reports that were involved in collapses midst spalding with nelson county emergency management says no one was hurt in the collapse it's unclear if the aging bourbon was damaged jim chris cillizza up senior white house officials say that five hundred children have been reunited with their parents at the border will have more on that story coming up at the top of the hour at seven o'clock right now six fifty five traffic and.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Welcome to the point, four, Thursday, June, the twenty. First. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin. Bring you the news you need to know and today. Yes, we're talking about a jacket. We're talking about Milania Trump's jacket which she wore to mcallen Texas. When she boarded the plane to go bring some attention to the family separation crisis at the border. The jacket reads, I really don't care. Do you on the back now, baloney Trump's spokeswoman. Stephanie Grissom has insisted that this is a non story and that we need to focus on other things on the region or tweet quote. Today's visit with children in Texas impacted the first of the United States greatly if media would spend their time and energy on her actions and efforts to help kids rather than speculate and focus on her wardrobe we could get so much accomplished on behalf of children hashtag. She cares hashtag, it's just a jacket, here's the thing I'm happy. That Milania Trump went to Texas to draw attention to this border crisis more than two thousand children separated from their parents due to a policy put in place by the Trump administration. That said, this first lady, especially has been meticulously focused on managing her public persona. An image you're telling me that she or a jacket that says, I don't really care do you without realizing it and without sending a message, the two options are, as I see to one, she wanted to send a message to someone not obviously the kids, but maybe her husband who knows or option to no one on her staff, including her realize that wearing a jacket that says, I don't really care. Do you in public might cause a little bit of chatter. I find that hard to believe either way. It's a story whether the White House wants it or not. That's what you need to know for June the twenty first four much more. Make sure to check. Out my newsletter which you can do at CNN dot com. Slash the point. You can also subscribe to this audio briefing on apple, podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcast and you can call it up on your Amazon echo or Google home device.

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Dr Wesley Keel, Agit Pie and Cbs discussed on WBBM Late Morning News

WBBM Late Morning News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Dr Wesley Keel, Agit Pie and Cbs discussed on WBBM Late Morning News

"Veterinarian dr wesley keel is seeing more and more people abusing pain medicines prescribed for their pets as a veterinarian concern something that we always have to keep because we don't obviously don't want to be a part of the problem the problem is so bad some veterinarians are getting away from drugs for chronic pain using plasma and stem cell therapy intriguing dog cats jim chris cillizza bs new net neutrality rules are no longer being enforced by the federal government the obama era regulations required service providers to treat all internet traffic the same without slowing or blocking content from other providers fcc chairman agit pie tell cbs this morning even powered the federal trade commission to take action against any company including those that might act in any competitive ways the consumer is going to be protected and we preserve the incentive for companies to build out better faster cheaper internet access groups opposing the rollback of rules fear access could be limited in prices will go up we'll dig deeper into.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Welcome to the point four, Thursday, June the seventh. I'm Chris cillizza cutting through the political spin. Bring you the news. You need to know Donald Trump did a photo op with Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Ave just five days before Trump and North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN are set to have a summit in Singapore Trump was asked by reporters how he was preparing for that summit. And this is what he said. And I quote, I think I'm very well prepared. I don't think I have to prepare very much. It's about attitude now. That's Donald Trump, nutshell particular that last sentence, it's about attitude. He has based his life, his political life in the rest of his life on the idea that if you appear to be strong tough and knowledgeable, people will think you are strong tough and knowledgeable, whether the facts bear that out or not. He ran a presidential campaign based on reveling in what he didn't know. He famously slash infamously. We'll talk about how he didn't really prepare for debates whether they were in the general election or the primaries. He just went by his gut. Donald Trump has massive trust and belief in his gut in his instincts, and he believes the twenty sixteen campaign was a validation, a huge validation of that belief. Everyone said he couldn't win. He was running the wrong kind of campaign and yet he won which brings us to the summit in Singapore on June the twelfth. Donald Trump believes that he will go into the meeting with Kim Jong UN, and it will be primarily about toughness strength being willing to walk away from the table. It will not be about details. The staff can worry about the details. The principles Trump and Kim are the ones who need to do in some level, the posturing, the dance, the way in which one side tests out the other member. Everything's. Deal to Donald Trump in deals are not about the details there about the two principles. The two bosses seeing who's stronger who's tougher and who comes out on top. Of course, he's never had to do a deal involving a country with nuclear weapons with a proven history of building them in hopes of becoming a nuclear power and therefore asserting their dominance or at least their place on the world stage. That is a unique challenge for Donald Trump. That's news. You need to know for June, the seventh four much more makes you subscribe to our Email newsletter. You can do that at CNN dot com. Slash the point. You can also subscribe to this audio briefing on apple, podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcast and you can call it up on your Google home or your Amazon echo device. hey, before you go, we wanted to let you know that we just launched the ability for anyone to advertise on CNN podcasts. You're just a few clicks away from reaching millions of people in a way that you never have before. Advertise were a business event or kick off an awareness campaign for your brand start today at pure winning dot com. Slash CNN integrating podcast into your marketing mix has never been easier. Go to pure winning dot com slash CNN to get started.

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"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"chris cillizza" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Dan. Hi, everybody. Welcome to the point for Monday. March twenty six, two thousand eighteen. I am not Chris cillizza it's me Brooke brower managing editor for CNN politics to cut through the spin, Chris would say, and bring you the news. You need to know. Well, as you might have expected. The stormy Daniels interview with CNN's on Anderson Cooper on sixty minutes scrubbing a lot of attention to start the week CNN correspondent. Sara cider has been tracking this whole saga. She along with one of our CNN producers, Jason covert, they mapped out five new details that we heard in the interview. Last night here they are. Number one. Daniels was never paid by the media for her Trump affair story. The last time Daniels talked about her two thousand six relationship with Trump was in twenty eleven to the parent company of life and style, and intouch magazine. She told Interscope she was never paid the fifteen thousand that was offered to her to publish the story thing. Number two, we heard new details from Daniels about an unidentified man who approached her. Her in a parking lot and said, leave Trump alone. Forget the story. Then she says that unidentified man threatened her and her baby daughter. This was all in twenty eleven. She said she never saw the man again, but that she would quote, no it right away. If she saw him again, today you can read much more about that part of the interview and the threat at CNN politics dot com. Thing number three, a gossip website, spark new interest in the alleged affair before in touch published its story, a gossip website got wind of Daniel story and published a few details you fast forward for years to twenty. Fifteen Trump is running for president. And Daniel said she was contacted by various media outlets to tell her story. She also got another call from Michael Cohen. The Trump attorney offering her a deal to not tell the story for one hundred thirty thousand dollars, which we've heard about before she, of course, signed the deal thing. Number four. She said she didn't wanna have sex that night with Trump in two thousand six. Legislative win. They're and number five. She said she was pressured to deny the affair in the early goings of twenty eighteen. So there you have it on note here also that the White House has denied the affair happened, but those are the five things. The five details we learned in the interview that aired on sixty minutes. The president himself was back in Washington. When the interview aired he made no comments as he walked from Marine One to the White House upon his return from Palm Beach. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reported Sunday night that while it's still uncertain, if he watched the interview, it was clear that the president had been irked by the coverage of Daniel's Kaelin reported that a source of me with the presence reaction said that in the last few days Trump head complained to those around him about what he perceived to be walled. Wall coverage of Daniel's. The president did tweet this morning. I about the economy and then abroad statement, quote, so much fake news never been more voluminous or more inaccurate, but through it all our country's doing great exclamation point as for. The first lady, her spokesperson. Stephanie Grisham gave the statement to CNN's Kate Bennett on Monday. She's focused the first lady focused on being a mom in his quite enjoying spring break at mar-a-lago while working on future projects. Here's a thought to end on a good one. I thought from CNN Stephen Collins in his big takeaway peaceforce for CNN politics. This morning. He writes the biggest threat for Trump from the flurry of lawsuits to which is linked by women claiming to have had relationships with him is that the embroil him in prolonged legal action that provide a constant distraction for his presidency. If the cases require him to offer depositions could expose him to serious legal jeopardy. If he is not completely truthful. Stephen goes onto say where once Trump may have responded to the Daniels interview with a flurry of counter litigation, it's not clear that it would be as interest now given his political position under the world's most glaring spotlight as the president of the United States that Stephen Collins piece today go check it out on CNN. Politics dot com. The full interview is gonna air tonight on CNN on Anderson Cooper, three sixty. So if you miss some of it on sixty minutes or you wanna see the whole thing again tune in eight PM eastern on CNN and that's the point for this Monday. March twenty six. 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Girl shot to death by younger brother over video game controller, sheriff says

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Girl shot to death by younger brother over video game controller, sheriff says

"Mississippi a nine year old boy fatally shot his older sister over the weekend after a dispute over a video game controller a thirteen year old girl in aberdeen mississippi died after she was shot in the back of the head by her nine year old brother investigators say the boy was angry that she would not hand over the controller of a video game the girl was rushed to a hospital in memphis tennessee where she died authorities say they don't yet know how the boy got the gun jim chris cillizza bs news fashion accessories chain clair's stores has filed for bankruptcy by doing so the company hopes to ease its debt here's retail analyst craig johnson says they can get rid of the debt and the company should be able to forge add a modest margin business like that with low cost products in any environment but particularly so when.

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