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House approves bills offering citizenship path to ‘Dreamers’, asylum seekers and farmworkers

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00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

House approves bills offering citizenship path to ‘Dreamers’, asylum seekers and farmworkers

"The House has approved legislation to carve out a path to citizenship for young people who were brought to the U. S illegally as Children and for migrant farm workers. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports the bills passed in largely party line votes. House Democrats wanted to move forward with the broader immigration bill from President Biden but did not have the votes needed for passage. So the House has approved to smaller provision, The Dream and Promise Act and the Farm Work Force Modernization Act. Here is New York representative Nydia Velazquez. This view is the morally right thing to do is the fiscally responsible move a muscle. It is the American way forward. But most Republicans oppose the measures, along with the bill, reflecting Biden's vision form or sweeping changes, and Democrats leading the efforts in the Senate say they still don't have the bipartisan support to move any of the bills forward.

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Senators Invite Police Chiefs Past and Present to Testify at Hearing on U.S. Capitol Security Breach

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00:39 sec | Last month

Senators Invite Police Chiefs Past and Present to Testify at Hearing on U.S. Capitol Security Breach

"NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports two committees are joining forces to hear their testimony by month's end. The Senate Homeland Security and Rules committees have called the capital's three former top security officials and the current head of the Metropolitan Police to testify in a joint hearing. U. S. Capitol police chief Steven Son House sergeant at arms Paul Irving and Senate Sergeant at Arms. Michael Stinger all resigned in the days following the Capitol attack. The oversight hearing is set for next week. Meanwhile, the U. S Capitol Police union has issued an overwhelming no confidence vote for its top leaders,

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04:46 min | 2 months ago

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"Him and the Super Bowl parade in Tampa after the newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack's fear they to of former President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial has wrapped up with House managers working to establish a pattern, they say shows Trump incited the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. Some of the focus during today's arguments has been on the days and weeks leading up to the event. The House impeachment managers, one by one began opening statements by detail Ng, then President Trump's actions before the insurrection. Here's Texas congressman Joaquin Castro. This attack did not come from one speech. It didn't happen by accident. The evidence shows clearly. But this mob was provoked over many months. Donald J. Trump, for example, the manager's highlighted one violent incident. Trump celebrated after a group of supporters in Texas chased down a Democratic campaign bus at high speed on a highway. He also noted that Trump built up the quote wild rally weeks ahead of the insurrection. Clad goody Solace. NPR NEWS The Capitol president Biden made his first visit to the Pentagon is commander in chief today by taking stock of a military that is moving from the turmoil of the Trump Administration, focusing instead on unusual degree on domestic and internal issues. Mine was meeting with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and some others. Senior civilian and military leaders often is called the Global Coroner virus pandemic a top priority, also ordering fresh assessments on how to root out sexual assault and extremism in the ranks of the U. S military. Twitter says it will not let former President Trump back on its platform even if he runs for office again. NPR's Shannon Bond reports. The Social network Ban Trump in January after the attack on the capital. Twitter's chief financial officer, Ned Siegel, told CNBC. There's no exception to its rules. So the way our policies work. When you're removed from the platform, you're removing the platform. Whether you're a commentator, your CFO, or you are a former current public official in January after Trump supporters stormed the capital, Twitter said it was permanently suspending that then President The company cited Trump's persistent violations and the risk of further incitement to violence. Facebook, which is among NPR's financial supporters, has also suspended Trump's account. But unlike Twitter, Facebook is now asking a panel of outside experts to decide whether that band should be permanent. Shannon BONDS. NPR News Nations pull of red ink reached an all time high for the first four months of the current fiscal year, the government saying the $735.7 billion shortfall accumulated as a pandemic triggered recession cut into tax revenues even is spending uncovered. Relief measures sent outlays soaring. Mixed close on Wall Street Today the Dow was up 61 points to 4 31,037. The NASDAQ fell 35 points. The S and P 500 ended the session down a point. This is NPR. Live from KQED news. I'm terrorist. Siler. Investigators have confirmed this morning that some type of oil spilled from a pipeline at Chevron's Richmond refinery Worf and made its way at least the one nearby beach crews are working to contain and clean up the spill that took place yesterday afternoon. Eric Laughlin, a spokesman for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Says the oil reached Keller Beach on the point, Richmond shoreline flow was coming from the refinery to one of the shift. And it's still under investigation as to Ah, exactly what happened, But they did determine that there was a quarter inch hole in the pipeline. Initial estimates indicate several 100 gallons of oil were released. Ah, with were released. Whistleblower has made allegations of mismanagement and incompetence at California's new covert 19 testing lab. K Katie's Brian Watts says the state's Department of Public Health is investigating a company called Perkin Elmer is contract it by the state to process up to 150,000 Corona virus test per day. In a lab in Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles. But internal records indicate the lab is processing fewer than 20,000. Tess Daly and current and former employees at the lab told CBS 13 in Sacramento that they found Cove in 19 test swabs in restrooms and soft technicians falling asleep while processing samples. Republican state Senator Melissa Melinda has called for an investigation. And Tomas Aragon, the director of the state's public Health department, told legislators the department is on it and taking the matter very seriously. I'm Brian what.

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04:46 min | 2 months ago

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"Prime minister has suddenly resigned. And now that Donald Trump is out of office, how much control will he continue to have over the GOP? January 6 was the opening battle in the war for the soul of the Republican Party. Plus, if you're trying to avoid the coronavirus are two masks better than one. Now. The news Live from NPR News. I'm Jack's fear President Bind announced today his administration is working to purchase an additional 200 million doses of two covert 19 vaccines have been authorized for emergency use. White House says the goals have enough supply for nearly the entire U. S population by the end of the summer 300 million doses. NPR's Ping Wong says they also have to give states better guides about what they can expect. Biden said that one of the things that states have told him is that it's been really hard to plan when they don't know how many vaccines to expect from week to week. So today, the administration is also pledging to give states a clear, reliable heads up on how many vaccines they can expect. Over the next three weeks, NPR's Ping Wong. Under the plan, health officials hope to launch more mass vaccination sites and get the vaccine to places that may not have a large hospital nearby. Senator Patrick Leahy, who was presiding over the Senate impeachment trial against former President Trump was taken to the hospital this afternoon, though he has since returned home. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. A spokesman for the Vermont Democrat says he felt ill earlier in the day. Spokesman said Senator Leahy was not feeling well well in his office late in the day and was examined by the capital's attending physician, citing an abundance of caution. The physician recommended Lee he be taken to a local hospital for evaluation. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin told CNN that Lay his wife is with him and shared a positive update on her husband's condition. She says things are going well. So we have all got our fingers crossed. We'll be back tomorrow as the longest serving Democrat in the chamber. Patrick Leahy is president pro TEM of the Senate. Earlier in the day late, he was sworn to preside over the trial and then swore in his fellow senators as jurors. The trial is slated to begin in February. Claude agrees. Ellis NPR News Washington doesn't and binds Nominee for Commerce Secretary appears to be on track for confirmation early next month. Bears 100 Lo Wang. Reports have confirmed by the Senate, where Island governor Gina Rowe Mondo would oversee the Census Bureau. At the confirmation hearing, Republican Senator Roger Wicker Mississippi, said he does not believe Gina Raimondo will be Rhode Island's governor for very much longer. Raimondo said that as commerce secretary, she would listen to the Census Bureau statisticians. I believe that we need to take the politics out of the senses, and we need to rely on the experts. The bureau has been caught in a partisan firestorm since Trump officials tried to change the census in ways that would have almost certainly have benefited Republicans. Numbers determine representation in Congress and the Electoral College for the next 10 years. The first results are expected in early March. Angela Wang NPR NEWS NEW YORK As New Year begins, there's no sign of hiring spree by giant package shipper Amazon is slowing. It was unannounced dates, looking to fill 3000 jobs in Boston, essentially doubling the company's workforce and a tuck up there. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 22 points. This is NPR Lie from KQED News. I'm terrorist. Siler Obey Point Man is facing federal charges for allegedly threatening a congressman and a journalist, family. The pro Trump mob attacked the U. S capitol earlier this month. Cuties Alex Emslie reports 35 year old Robert Lemke allegedly glorified right wing violence online. On January 6th. He's charged in New York with sending texts threatening to harm the families of the U. S congressman and a journalist lanky build himself online is a former U. S. Air Force captain and retired Alameda County Sheriff's sergeant. And both are mentioned in the charging documents. Those would be two major accomplishments to achieve by 35, but they're both untrue, according to the sheriff's office and state law enforcement records. Monkey faces a single count of sending threatening interstate communications. He's expected to make a first appearance in federal court tomorrow. I'm Alex Emslie. KQED NEWS. As expected. The man with Major League Baseball's all time home run record is not going into the Hall of Fame this year. Cuties Thena Thorsen reports. A majority of the baseball writers who are the gatekeepers of the Hall of Fame did vote for Barry Bonds, but he needed 75% to qualify, and he only got 62% if it's any council. Elation to the former Giants slugger. None of the other 24 players on the ballot got in either. Bonds has one more year to be on the regular Hall of Fame ballot. If he doesn't make it, then he'd be eligible for consideration by a smaller group that.

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02:18 min | 3 months ago

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"Am Jenn White. Today On one a vaccination nation, the federal government went 20 million Americans vaccinated by the end of 2020 more than 15 million doses were distributed, but less than a third have made it into American arms. Why and, well, these wrinkles eventually smoothed themselves out, or are they a bellwether of bigger problems to come? Ideally, you what should happen is that vaccination centers are set up in converting stadiums, Churches, schools, parks, really any space that we have into vaccination centers. That's ahead on one, eh? Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear in Georgia. The final vote counting is underway in a runoff election there they could well determine the success of President elect Joe Bynes legislative agenda. Two Senate elections, pitting Democrats Raphael Warnock and John a soft against Republicans Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. It's left over from the November election when none hit the 50% threshold. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez says the stakes are high for both sides. I would imagine there's nerves on both sides of the aisle. Republicans are really worried about what they can put forward in the next couple years. They've already lost the presidency is and they don't control the house. So this is their last chance for divided government and The Democrats. You can say the same for them, so they're really hoping to pull out the edge. NPR's Claudia great solace with three million melon balance and may be some time before all the votes are counted. The family will black man severely wounded by Kenosha, Wisconsin police officer last August says they're disappointed A local prosecutors decided not to file criminal charges against the officer. But a lawyer for Jacob Blake, who was shot multiple times, says a civil lawsuit could be in the works truck current block of member station W U. W M has more Kenosha County District attorney Mike Gravely has announced he won't pursue charges against officer Bustin Schatsky because the prosecutor says he believes Schatsky could successfully argue self defense. Bravely says Blake had a knife. Blakes lawyer be Ivory. Lamar disagrees with the D A and says the family's next step may be to file a lawsuit against the Kenosha police Department. We just look at negligence.

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02:37 min | 3 months ago

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"Psychologist even have a term for this behavior is racial biases might also be playing licensing. David What I found astonished me, not a lot of people know that this is high evening fell off my chair. When I say this was one of those things that the world was never supposed to see or hear, bringing these hidden influences into the light. That's what the show is all about. We uncover clues to our deeper sells the archaeology off our daily lives. Many of us spent 2020 waiting out the pandemic. I think even the most optimistic, cheery person could be challenged by the right the right period of waiting this week on hidden brain. How to ease the agony off waiting. First this news Live from NPR News on or Rahm President Trump tonight signed the pandemic relief package he had rejected last week, clearing the way for the resumption of employment benefits and averting a government shut down this week. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports he had received a lot of pressure from lawmakers from folks who had pointed out the millions of Americans that would be facing these dire circumstances. These are lawmakers from both sides of the aisle and unemployment programs, for example, that expired yesterday, adding additional benefits. The eviction moratorium was set to expire Thursday, and then the government was looking at a possible shutdown tomorrow night. MPR's clotting. Ursula's president, Trump issued a statement that although he was signing the bill, he's demanding that Congress make some changes, including removing money for programs He doesn't want. Also wants Congress to increase the direct payments to most Americans from $600 to 2000. Trump also said that both the House and the Senate have agreed to focus strongly on what he called very substantial voter fraud. In the November 3rd presidential election. There is no evidence of that. Authorities in Nashville say they have partially solved the case of the Christmas morning bomber. I know he is Anthony Que Warner and that he blew himself up in a fiery recreational vehicle explosion that devastated and historic downtown Street. MPR's John Burnett reports. It was by the book Police Work. Investigators identified the bomber by a combination of reviewing video from security cameras following leads called in from the public. And matching didna from human remains recovered at the blast site and they're confident there were no accomplices, says national police Chief John Drake. There is no indication.

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02:00 min | 5 months ago

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"I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro. This hour President Trump moves to draw down troops in Iraq and Afghanistan even as he ponders strikes against Iran if your goal is to end wars in the Middle East, but also asked for options about military attacks against Iran. Those are two contradictory gold. Plus fentanyl used to be hard to get in Western parts of the U. S. That is changing. It's extremely easy. I could walk through the motel and have at these three or four people. Tell me they got bills herself and new research into jargon, and it's used in the American workplace. Now news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Senate Republicans are expressing opposition to the Trump administration's plans to draw down troops in Afghanistan. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is among those voicing concerns. McConnell reiterated that stability is critical for national security during the transition. I think it's extremely important here in the next couple of months not to have any earthshaking changes with regard to defense and foreign policy, think a precipitous drawdown in either Afghanistan or Iraq be a mistake's McConnell had made similar remarks a day earlier. Other Republican senators followed suit. Nebraska's Ben Sasse said he feared this quote week retreat was not grounded in reality and will make the world a more dangerous place. And Utah's Mitt Romney said the administration has yet to explain why a move to reduce troops in Afghanistan is a wise one for the United States. Clouding the Cetus. NPR NEWS Washington President elect Joe Biden received a national security briefing in his home state of Wilmington, Delaware. Today, though it came not from Trump Administration officials. From a slate of former and outside experts by and saying he still has not been given the green light for access to the presidential daily brief and intelligent info generally provided to an incoming president. You know that.

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03:36 min | 6 months ago

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"Live from NPR news. I'm Corvette Coleman Chief Justice John Roberts will administer the judicial oath to Amy Cockney Barrett today as an associate justice to the U. S Supreme Court. It's one of two oaths required. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. Barrett took her first constitutional oath last night at the White House. Before a socially distanced and largely masked crowd. Barrett thank the Senate for confirming her to the court. It quickly followed a Senate confirmation vote largely along partisan lines on Ly Republicans voted for Barrett in one GOP member, Susan Collins of Maine. Joined Democrats to vote against the confirmation. NPR's Claudia Gonzalez about 65 million Americans have now voted early, according to Professor Michael MacDonald of the US election project. He estimates the early vote so far is equal to about 47% of all the votes counted in the 2016 election. Starting today, Facebook is suspending all new political ads until after Election Day, NPR's Amy held reports on the social media companies latest efforts to limit election chaos. For now, Facebook is no longer accepting any new political or issue advertising, saying the final week before Election Day may not leave enough time to contest new claims. Whether that move will have much impact, though, is uncertain. Already published ads can keep running that ends after polls close when Facebook says it will block all political and social issue ads for a week or perhaps more. Google is also blocking political ads after Election Day. Twitter announced last year a ban on political advertising, Facebook has taken a serious of steps to crack down on voter intimidation and misinformation, including redirecting users, too accurate information about results. Facebook is a financial supporter of NPR. Amy Health NPR NEWS Tropical storms data is over Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula it made landfall is a hurricane and is expected to regain strength as it heads north toward the U. S. Remember station W O RK F Paul Braun reports It's expected to become the seventh storm to strike Louisiana. Tropical Storm Zeta is expected to strengthen into a Category one hurricane before making landfall in the states. Sometime Wednesday, Governor John Bell Edwards urge storm weary Louisianans to make preparations once more The good thing and the bad thing at same time as we've had a lot of practice this year. Hurricane Laura and Hurricane Delta struck southwest Louisiana just 43 days apart with devastating effect, But Zeta is heading farther east. And so I'll tell you I'm relieved that as of right now at least, the storm is not Tracking towards southwest Louisiana. We don't think that that's likely it all more than 1000, members of the Louisiana National Guard have been activated to place temporary flood barriers and conduct search and rescue operations. For NPR News. I'm Paul Braun. Inbound Rouge. You're listening to NPR news. A fast moving wildfire south of Los Angeles has burned more than 10 Square miles, but has forced more than 90,000 people to evacuate. California officials say the Silverado fire has critically injured two firefighters. A new study finds women with postpartum depression may struggle with symptoms for up to three years after childbirth as NPR's re to Chatterjee reports, The findings suggest doctors should screen mothers for depression multiple times after they've given birth. Researchers screened about 5000 mothers in New York state for depression at four months, one year two and three years after childbirth. About a quarter off.

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Senate Judiciary Committee sends Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to full Senate as Democrats boycott vote

Morning Edition

05:38 min | 6 months ago

Senate Judiciary Committee sends Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to full Senate as Democrats boycott vote

"And I'm Noelle King. Good morning, the Senate Judiciary Committee has advanced the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Mr Chairman, the votes for 12 years and 10 not present motion is passed. Thank you. All 12 Republican senators voted for her nomination. The committee's 10 Democrats did not show up. They were boycotting the proceedings. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzales has been following this story and the proceedings. Good morning, Claudia. Good morning. No. Well so fairly short today. This morning. What happened? Yes, it all went by very quickly, all said, and done and under 12 minutes. This is a very traumatic Shift from what we saw last week with hours and hours of testimony at least 20 hours of questioning Barrett by the members on the panel, both Republicans and Democrats, But today Democrats boycotted they did not show up. Republican senators on the Judiciary Committee sidestepped that no show to move barrettes nomination forward to the full Senate. Democrats said they were boycotting because they wanted to highlight the damage that bear it would do to healthcare, reproductive and voting rights and the fact that the vote took place amid a presidential election. And this is one battle. Democrats say perhaps the lose, but they're looking to win a bigger war. Graham alluded to that when he talked about the next vote on the Senate floor. Let's take a listen They started this On May For up to May that be a 60 vote requirement in the Senate today, and he's referring to the Senate filibuster there. This is a requirement of 60 votes that was once needed to approve a nomination like barrettes. But the filibuster was eliminated in 2013 as Democrats struggled to move their judges forward when they control the chamber with the tight margin, So that's what Graham is referencing, and he added later that perhaps this will be addressed again in the future. However, now that the Senate is controlled by Republicans with tight margins, they're able to push through barrettes nomination with just 51 votes. It's a preview of the battles to calm that this will go on after barrettes nomination this conversation even as far as she goes to the floor to be considered by the full Senate, and we see if Democrats ultimately changed the dynamics of power in the Senate or the presidency through the upcoming election day. How did Democrat to respond today? They didn't just say nothing right? Yes, there had been rumors for days that Democrats could boycott these hearings. They were facing a lot of pressure from outside groups to even skip out on the hearings last week questioning their it. But they decided not to do that last week. Instead, they did it to Dae. So later yesterday, they confirmed that they would all not show today they're empty seats were filled instead with images of Americans who have used the affordable care act. This is a case that could become it could be considered before the court next month. And so this is one critical issue They've been highlighting all along. They also held a news conference after the vote. This was led by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on the steps of the Capitol is take a listen. The nomination of Amy Cockney Barrel. Is the most illegitimate process I have ever witnessed in the Senate, and her potential confirmation will have dire, dire consequences. For the Senate. With his Supreme Court and our entire country for generations to come. So this was the theme they've been driving through this entire process. Barrett will shift the court to a 63 conservative majority, and they say she's a foe to the affordable care act. The landmark abortion rights case, Roe v. Wade, and she could play a role. If there's a dispute in the election. This is activated activated opposition as well. There were protesters outside the capital. Speaking against this nomination, this resulted in about a half a dozen arrests so far today I spoke to Judiciary Committee Democrat Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut yesterday, said the watchword for them is no more business. As usual. He and the other members have been driving home this point that this is a sham process. It's not normal. It's not writing Americans should see it for what it is and probably see more of this in the coming days, because there is so much acrimony over this nomination. Yes, exactly So many reasons. We're in the midst of a pandemic. We're rushing this through in 30 days, one of the fastest, we've seen the fight over health care. And, of course, you know the division between Republicans and Democrats. Really. Exemplified by President Trump pushing this forward and so there's a long history as well of these fights over the Supreme Court in the controversy surrounding these nominations if we go back to 2016, Democrats try to move forward. President Obama's nominee at the time. This is Judge Merrick. Garland and Republicans refused because they said they were so close to an election months away. But here we are now people are early voting and they're pushing this through. So this is set into motion a series of debates to calm and we're even hearing about it from the Democratic nominee Joe Biden this morning. We understand he told 60 minutes that he's going to create A study a commission to bipartisan commission to study whether they should add more seats to the courts a lot more to come here, including next week, right what happens then? So tomorrow, the nomination for Barrett actually will reach the full Senate floor. It's going to be followed by some procedural votes on Friday, as well as on Sunday. In between, we're going to see a lot of debate an argument back and forth. But the rial final moment for this will come Monday when the full Senate will submit their votes for bear to confirm or vote against her nomination to the Supreme Court. NPR congressional reporter Claudio Gonzalez. Thanks, Claudia. Thanks for having me

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04:46 min | 6 months ago

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"News. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. Republicans and Democrats still remain far apart on a Corona virus relief aid Bill. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It hope to reach a deal today, but both sides say there talks are continuing instead. Speaker. Pelosi wanted to reach a deal with the administration to pass a bill by election Day, but says she still hopeful despite no agreement in hand, White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows says the two sides have made good progress but are still hundreds of billions of dollars apart. Here's Meadows on CNBC. We're not just down to A difference of language in a few dollars, we still have a ways to go. He also called Pelosi's goal for a deal on Tuesday. A quote artificial deadline. Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are expected to continue their talks again on Wednesday. Cladding the Cetus NPR NEWS THIE capital, It appears President Donald Trump's latest pre election attacks against Dr Anthony Fauci aren't generating a lot of buy in on Capitol Hill. Senate Republicans largely shying away from linking themselves too closely to the president's attacks against the popular infectious disease expert Bears Mara Liasson says the attacks may not be playing what with voters either. At the time, the krone virus infections are again surging nationwide. People who would like to see Anthony Fauci criticized are probably already voting for the president but criticizing Anthony Fauci, who has a tremendously high approval rating. And scores very high on who do you trust could actually push away independent voters and undecided voters? This is a problem. You know If the president thinks this is a good thing to do, it's hard to see how this helps him NPR's Mara Liasson Trump campaign today in Erie, Pennsylvania, while his Democratic rival Joe Biden, prepares for this week's final presidential debate Thursday night. National Transportation Safety Board has wrapped up its investigation into a deadly boat fire off the southern California coast that killed 34 people last Labor Day, but did not pinpoint exactly how it started. Martinez from member station KPCC has that story. Investigators told the NTSB they couldn't find physical evidence of what caused the fire because the boat burned so quickly and then sank into deep water. But they cited the boats operator for numerous safety lapses leading up to its final voyage, including the lack of a roving Nightwatch. All six crew members were asleep when the fire broke out. NTSB Cherry Robert Sumwalt said that if just one of them had been on patrol That alone could have saved lives. That's just un cognition ble that somebody could think that having someone sleep in the bunk room would constitute a roving patrol. The NTSB also faulted the Coast Guard for failing to update and enforce some of its own safety regulations. A separate federal criminal investigation into the fire is already underway for NPR news. I'm leader Martinez on Wall Street. The Dow is up 113 points. This's NPR. Live from the news. I'm terrorist. Siler. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved legislation today banning false, racially biased calls to 911 dubbed the caution against racial and Exploitative Non Emergencies Act. The measure passed the chamber with all 11 supervisors voting yes, Supervisor Schumann. Walton says Racially motivated calls are harmful. It creates distrust among communities of color. Long force. 911 emergency calls to law enforcement should not be weaponized in this way and should be used actual murders. The legislation gives the victim of a racially biased call the right to sue a 9 11 caller and civil court. The board will vote on the bill again next Tuesday before heads to mayor. London Breathes Desk The San Francisco International Arts Festival is suing the city and state to allow them to hold an outdoor performing arts center. Cooties Arts, Nastya Voynov, ska reports, artists and catchy Amaru was scheduled to perform this week at Fort Mason in front of a crowd of up to 49 people. Earlier this month, the city revoked the festival's permit setting state public health rules that limit outdoor gatherings. Now Amaru and the festival are suing Mayor London Breed and Governor Gavin Newsom. Arguing that the arts should not be treated differently from religious gatherings or protests. Currently, San Francisco allows outdoor religious services on political rallies of up to 200 people. In a statement, the city attorney's office called the performance of potential super Spider event. The artists say they plan to move forward with the performances. I'm not Steven off scam. Kick your Penis.

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KQED Radio

01:42 min | 6 months ago

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"I received my absentee ballot but have changed my mind and would like to actually go to the polls. Will this create an issue and we remember the pioneer of chill out electronic music. Jose Padilla first the news. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Republicans and Democrats still remain far apart on a Corona virus will leave fate. Bill NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It hope to reach a deal today, but both sides say there talks are continuing instead. Speaker. Pelosi wanted to reach a deal with the administration to pass a bill by election Day, but says she still hopeful despite no agreement in hand, White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows says the two sides have made good progress but are still hundreds of billions of dollars apart. Here's Meadows on CNBC. We're not just down to A difference of language in a few dollars, we still have a ways to go. He also called Pelosi's goal for a deal on Tuesday. A quote artificial deadline. Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are expected to continue their talks again on Wednesday. Cladding the Cetus NPR NEWS THIE capital President Donald Trump is stumping for votes in Pennsylvania tonight without first lady Melania Trump. According to Mrs Trump's chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, Mrs Trump continues to have a lingering cough. As a result, Grisham says, the first lady will not be accompanying the president when he makes his campaign stop in area, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Trump's last public appearance was during the September 29th presidential debate in Ohio. She and Republican president received their positive test results in early October. Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden is reportedly preparing for the final.

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KQED Radio

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The Supreme Court will hear our case on President Trump's border wall efforts. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports, the court will take up arguments on the use of Pentagon funding for the Wall Project. President. Trump declared an emergency last year to take money from several agencies to build the U. S. Mexico Border Wall. Congress had refused to fund the project at Trump's request a year earlier, so Trump's emergency order triggered $2.5 billion in funds to be diverted from the Defense Department to the wall. Several groups have since sued to stop the move, led by the American Civil Liberties Union. Ah federal appeals court said the Pentagon money couldn't be used for the wall. However, the Supreme Court had already allowed the president to move forward with his plan while the case played out in the lower courts. Now it could come before the Supreme Court next year. Claudia de Solace. NPR NEWS Washington President Trump included a campaign event in Arizona a short time ago, continuing to mock both his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, and his own Corona virus. Scientists. Trump's latest critiques. Coming just two weeks after his own covert 19 diagnosis, there's asthma College says it seems to show the direction the campaign will take roughly two weeks out of the election. I think it speaks to the broader sort of difference of opinion between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. You know we saw over the weekend. Trump marked the fact that Biden, he says, will quote Listen to the scientists, and he said it at a rally that if he had listened to the scientists, the country would now be in a massive depression. And we've consistently heard Joe Biden point you no questions about the veracity of some of the claims that Donald Trump has made and the degree that he feels. The president downplayed the Corona virus. Trump has called the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony found quote a disaster, saying he thinks about you could have undue influence over Biden. Record numbers of voters of registered in Pennsylvania ahead of the deadline. Alana elder of member station W. T F talk, with voters turning in their registration forms in person in the state's capital. Most voters stopping by the Dauphin County Elections office in Harrisburg are dropping off their mail in ballots. But others air seizing a final opportunity to register to vote. Jenna Clemens recently moved to Harrisburg for work. Since she doesn't have a p a driver's license or ID card, yet she couldn't register online and she didn't want a repeat of 2016 when, as a recent college graduate who had just moved, she missed the registration deadline. I knew what was at stake there. I know that's a personal mistake..

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Republicans distance themselves from Trump comments on transfer of power

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Republicans distance themselves from Trump comments on transfer of power

"Are distancing themselves from President Trump's notion he may not commit to a peaceful transfer of power. More from NPR's Claudio Gonzalez, Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee says. If the election goes Joe Biden's way it will be a peaceful transition. We will have a peaceful transfer of power. However, the election here. Other Republicans agreed, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the chambers number two Republican John Thune of South Dakota. Senator Susan Collins, a moderate who is facing a tough re election fight in Maine, says she wasn't clear what Trump meant. But she dismissed the possibility that he could reject the election's results. It's fundamental House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy also expressed confidence there will be a peaceful transfer if Biden wins Claudia decide this NPR News, the

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"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:42 min | 8 months ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on KCRW

"The story from NPR. Live from NPR News on Janine Herbst on Capitol Hill. Another set of negotiations between top Democrats and White House officials over anew Corona Virus relief package has ended with back and forth recriminations and no major movement on narrowing. Why differences on both policy and money? NPR's Claudio Gonzalez has more Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer said. Both sides have budged, but Republicans need to come up further. This is a flood. Economically and health wise of biblical proportion and a Republican friends are looking like they just want to fix a leaky force it originally, Democrats proposed more than $3 trillion in aid, while Republicans wanted to stay closer to $1 trillion. Now, Democrats say they'll come down into the $2 trillion range, and they can still address state and local governments and struggling families at that amount. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says that figure is a nonstarter for Republicans who are concerned about spending. Claudia Chrysalis. NPR NEWS Washington Being, while President Trump tonight said he would sign an executive order extending unemployment benefits to the end of the year if Congress can't reach an agreement. As the Corona virus infection rate in New York falls, the state's governor says schools can hold in some days of in person classes if they want and recall, Mo says it will be up to school district's to decide if they want to hold a mix of in person and remote learning as long as they're in a region where the rate of positive test results is below 5%. We've been smart from day one We do the masks. We do the social distancing. We've kept that infection rate down and we can bring the same level of intelligence to the school re opening that we brought to the economically opening. Mama says if the infection rate rises again, they will revisit this decision. All street end of the day in mixed territory. The Tao of 46 points the NASDAQ Down 97. This is NPR in on a Friday, August 7th. This is Casey AR W. On Larry Perella. Here's what's happening at 5 32 California counties will be allowed to have fewer polling places for the fall election. That's part of a new bill passed by the state Legislature and signed by Governor Newsome yesterday. Every California voter will be mailed a balance this fall. But Democratic State Senator Tom Numbered from Orange County says there is still a need for in person voting sites because some folks lose their balance. Some folks, the ballots are destroyed in some fashion. Or they may need assistance because of some personal challenge. Hamburg authored Senate bill for 23 which lets counties consolidate voting locations if they allow at least three days of early in person. Voting. Opponents say any reduction in polling places will mean less access to the poles. But Counties want the flexibility because they're struggling to find voting sites that allow for physical distancing. Half the counties have communicated by this that they need our assistance specifically in finding New voting locations at his secretary of state, Alex Padilla. He says he's hopeful that empty schools can be used for voting, and he wants California's to contact the secretary of state's office if they can offer space. L. A County Sheriff Department says deputies shot and wounded a robbery suspect who was armed with an assault rifle This morning. The incident began around 1 a.m. In Hacienda Heights when deputy spotted a car connected to an attempted robbery at a CVS store. The sheriff's Department says the man exited the car armed with a rifle, but it's not clear if he fired any shots. After allegedly being shot by deputies. The man got back into his car and led deputies on a chase to the city of industry where he crashed. The second shooting happened. No deputies were hurt. The man was taken to a hospital, and his condition is not known at this hour. So how bad are things going for AMC, The giant theater chain reported that revenues plunged to stunning 99% in the second quarter of the year for a loss of over $560 million. Kcr W's Jackie said Lee has more on what AMC future may hold. AMC theaters is the world's biggest cinema operator with more than 1000 total theaters, and it's been absolutely hammered by the Corona virus pandemic. All of the company's US theaters have been close since mid March. In between April and June, the company earned just $19 million. Chief Executive Adam Aaron says the past few months were quote the most challenging quarter in the 100 year history of AMC. The news of the steep losses comes just a week after AMC announced a historic deal with Universal Pictures once theaters open back up films may be shown for his little a 17 days, then go on demand for a $20 rental fee. That is case Yardley's Jacky suddenly reporting. Analysts expected AMC two filed for bankruptcy. But a.

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"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Census Bureau is cutting short. It's door knocking efforts, prompting outcry that the White House is pressuring the bureau to wrap up for political reasons. I'm Jamie Floyd, this is all things considered on WN. GOP leaders say, renewing a $600 per week unemployment benefit will discourage Americans for getting back to work. The evidence says. Otherwise, you have to factor in all of these other important economic factors that are driving people's decisions in order to understand what people's choice sets actually are both sides of this debate coming right out plus leaders of the White House Corona Virus Taskforce testified on Capitol Hill today facing questions about their response to the pandemic, how they answered after news headlines. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Speer. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says talks for new pandemic relief aid will continue in coming days. She and the top Democrat in the Senate, Chuck Schumer, are slated to have another round of talks with White House officials. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. The two sides still remain far apart, though. Speaker, Pelosi says Democrats or Republicans are still struggling to find agreement on what another wave of aid could look like, She said Republicans haven't signed on to a longer extension of the extra $600 a week and unemployment benefits, which expires today, and she blamed Republicans for playing a role in the devastation wrought by the virus there DeLay Their denial there. Distortions have caused death as it stands, Democrats or Republicans. Competing proposals remain at least $2 trillion apart. Claudia De Santis, NPR NEWS Washington When I was chief of staff, Mark Meadows, meanwhile, is accusing Democrats of refusing to negotiate. A federal appeals court today has overturned the death sense of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev for his role in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. The court ruling today The judge who oversaw the case failed to adequately screen jurors in the case. Potential bias. Three Judge panel of the U. S First Circuit ordered a new death penalty phase trial to determine whether the 27 year old should be put to death. Tsarnaev was convicted on 30 charges in connection with the attack that killed three people and wounded more than 260 others. Drives. Lawyers contend intense media coverage made it impossible to have a fair trial in Boston. The Trump Administration is announcing fresh sanctions against China over alleged human rights abuses. NPR's John Rule, which reports this time, the U. S, is taking a bit of vast, quasi military organization in the far western part of the country to officials linked to it. The sanctions target, the Shin Young production and construction Corps, commonly known as the Big One. The Big One was created in the 19 fifties out of military units to boost the region's economy and act as a border militia. Now encompasses millions of people and overseas, a network of businesses across Xinjiang, which is home to the weaker ethnic group. Critics say that being one has in some ways been akin to a colonising force of predominantly Han Chinese who make up the vast majority of China's population. In recent years, the government has rounded up hundreds of thousands of Uighurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang and put them in so called reeducation camps in the name of fighting.

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Congressman Louie Gohmert tests positive for coronavirus

All Things Considered

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Congressman Louie Gohmert tests positive for coronavirus

"A conservative Texas Republican was frequently refused to wear a mask has tested positive for the krone virus. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. Congressman Louis Gohmert learned the news as part of routine screening at the White House today. Louie Gohmert was set to go to West Texas with the president but tested positive. Before the trip. He returned to the capital and from his office, told Texas NBC affiliate K. K. He was tested twice and was positive both times. I don't know where it came from. There. May I have it Go. Mart attended Tuesday's House Judiciary Committee hearing for Attorney General William Bar and he was not wearing a mask. A Justice Department spokeswoman has said bar would be tested for the virus. The committee is working with the attending physician to Congress on next steps for others who've been exposed. Gomer also attended another House hearing on Tuesday cloudy salis NPR NEWS.

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"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on KCRW

"Accountability trump will head to a private fundraiser this evening after the round table discussion I'm ago Prez in Dallas Republican led Senate panels approved a plan to create a commission tasked with renaming military bases that carry the names of Confederate leaders and bears Claudio Gonzalez reports president trump opposes that move the Senate Armed Services Committee approved the plan in the form of a bipartisan amendment to the annual defense bill the new commission could issue recommendations to remove Confederate names from nearly a dozen military installations senator Mike rounds of South Dakota Republican is supportive despite trump's opposition when it comes to our country and the message that we've got out there it it it should be it in my opinion we should name basis after people that fought for the United States of America the Pentagon would have three years to make the changes quite a dishonest NPR news Washington president trump is loving another broadside against the international criminal court in the Hague trump authorizing economic penalties and travel restrictions against court workers directly involved in investigating American troops and intelligence officials for possible war crimes in Afghanistan and elsewhere major stock market indices took a nose dive today the Dow was down more than six percent the S. and P. and the nasdaq both tumbled more than five percent NPR's Scott Horsley is not story investors seem to suddenly recognize the corona virus pandemic is not done playing havoc with the U. S. economy all the major stock indexes fell sharply including the nasdaq which had been hitting new record highs earlier this week while businesses have been re opening the state's relaxed state homeowners the pace of infection has picked up in some parts of the country in addition the reserve chairman Jerome Powell warned this week the recovery from a deep recession is likely to be slow and also the U. S. job market may have bottomed out but the central bank expects unemployment to remain above nine percent at the end of this year Scott Horsley NPR news Washington taking a look at some of those numbers the Dow dropped eighteen hundred and sixty one points to twenty five thousand one twenty eight the nasdaq was down five hundred and twenty seven points today you're listening to NPR and this is Casey R. W. on Larry Perella Thursday June eleventh very good afternoon to you here's what's happening at three oh four Compton officials are calling for the removal of LA county sheriff's deputies who beat a twenty four year old man in a violent arrest during a protest over police brutality the incident was caught on videotape by a bystander it's generated outrage and content which contract with the LA sheriff's department to patrol the city the video shows two deputies holding down Dalvin cook and punching him before another comes up and starts kicking in with his knee levels based.

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"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news I'm Jack Speer all may Z. all rights activists celebrities politicians and family members of George Floyd singing Amazing Grace today at a memorial service in Minneapolis for the unarmed black man who died after a police officer was shown on video kneeling on his neck Reverend al Sharpton was among the mourners today comparing Floyd's final moments of the African American experience in the U. S. for decades what happened fraud happens every day in this country okay sure in health services and it is all American life this time just stand up in charges made and say show me all of those inside the church stood for eight minutes and forty six seconds the amount of time it's believed the Minneapolis police officer knelt on Floyd's neck as he pleaded for his life we're low flavors projected above his coffin Floyd's death at the hands of police has sparked protests across the country a prominent voice for moderate Republicans in the U. S. Senate says it she isn't saying yet whether she'll support president trump's bid for reelection NPR's Claudio Gonzalez has more Republican senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska says questions about whether she wants to see a second term for the trump presidency are a distraction right now and while she admits some will say she's dodging the question she still isn't ready to say who she will or won't vote for there.

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"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Coming up on market place at five thirty Congress and the White House are pressuring U. S. companies to move their supply chains out of China a look at the economics behind the effort that's coming up on market place in thirty minutes and then we have the world at six coming up on All Things Considered after weeks of lockdown many churches around the country are re opening but some congregants have enjoyed the isolation plus millions of gig workers are now eligible for unemployment benefits but many states are struggling to handle their claims those stories next but first the news live from NPR news I'm Jack spear to top administration officials charged with handing out corona virus relief aid told a Senate panel today economic difficulties remain ahead appears Claudio Gonzalez reports fed chair Jerome Powell and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin gave testimony as lawmakers consider moving forward with the new rescue bill Mnuchin said he sees a strong recovery ahead but conceded it won't happen right away I have said publicly and I'll say it again I think the job numbers will get worse before they get better so I just want to be very clear that I think that June will be a very difficult order Mnuchin said they are focused on catching up with demand for financial help made possible by new economic stimulus laws Powell said the rescue.

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"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"FM HD and AM New York for decades Americans have been epidemic voyeurs but now for the first time we're facing the probability that we will not just be witnessing will be experiencing and then we'll find out what is the metal of Americans from W. NYC in New York this is on the media I'm Brooke Gladstone the CDC it's not so much a question of what happened anymore but rather more when and how many people will have the president says he hopes for a miracle and muscle the CDC while pundits worried that candidates turn off swing voters I think missing half the picture good thinking of white people who swim from voting Republican to voting Democrat I talk about what are called the other swing voters mmhm swaying from voting Democrat to not voting at all third party it's all coming up after this live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack Speer house lawmakers say in all member briefing on the corona virus left plenty of questions that still need to be answered by the trump administration members Claudio Gonzalez reports lawmakers say they'll be relying heavily on administration officials to be transparent about the outbreak house lawmakers leaving the briefing say they didn't hear anything to inspire panic related to the corona virus but some Democrats warned that the president hasn't been transparent in the past so is officials will be key here's house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff thankfully we refer people to the agency's the line begins with us Schiff said they have to ensure the officials feel comfortable speaking truth to power lawmakers said administration officials assured them in the briefing that they can speak freely quality service and care news the capitol fears about global spreading of the virus that causes cold mid nineteen is also causing a run on face masks despite evidence most people who are not sick don't need to wear one many.

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"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Lead. The number one Got Stayed on the rail the entire way on the half on December twenty eighth at Park. That was outside. Rally track the two front running winters. Were well off the rail. The entire way he was on the worst part of the track looked like he could win amid stretch Eligible to improve become off that race Claudio Gonzalez Excellent Hammer is gonNA join us Right now so Rather than say goodbye anything else James. Floating around now that that's much that's all I got right now. All right very good and we'll look forward to a big weekend and it it really a we. We don't have to wait too long. It's really a four day weekend of racing between what's going on today and all the way through to holiday Monday and hammer is GonNa join us here right now and we'll thank James scully You Follow James. Not that he's a big tweeter but the worth Following and you can ask him any capping questions or say. Thank you for For scully pushes that regularly build Your Bank. Roll we'll Stay here and head out to hot springs. It's a busy day of the racing office at Oaklawn because of the Monday holiday card and the three graded stakes coming up on Monday Hammer. Good Morning. Try that again I think we lost them case when I see when that happens and I see you're the dots Casey's typing something that That typically means we lost them so all right case will get him back and he says he's on okay all right so he'll he'll try that again all right well in addition I just I'd rather than start something. I just wait for. Wait for him to come back. Since I don't think we'll circle back to Laurel Given that James looked at the the boys race. Here's a quick glance at the girls and the down inside. Trump bet has got one for Josh Fonts Belle Aurora down. Inside a kind of comes from off the bay. So P mattel save ground all the way and I thought I thought that one was three to one. You can't really argue with you. Know How she comes in and actually Jonathan Maldonado has a horse that granted it was in the slop and allowance win in the SLOP. But it's come back in and ran well twice more naughty thoughts as five to one. Those were the two. I thought. Let's try it again with hammer and out Oakland. We go wreck. Good morning there. It is how we can you hear me. Yeah I can hear okay finally. Yeah what a Weird Day. This is a weird day to begin with but Sorry about the confusion getting through. My phone works only in certain spots here. I said that I told everybody that but I did. Do we finally ordered a Some kind of connection it. I talked to verizon and some contraption they spent without instruction so we'll be working on that but Anyway Happy Valentine's Day to you and everybody and to cold one here. I gotta say I was got up this morning and it's was twenty five.

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"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"claudio gonzalez" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"We're back Nick Nick needs a couple of minutes. So okay. Oh, he's flying Nick. So what are we're not sure where he's going. Okay. Yeah. You said he said he thought be done by by ten fifteen give or take. And so we'll get we'll get Nick. And here in just a couple of minutes. And I guess we could maybe touch on. We can touch on the strike on the strike act peace and. I can cause I I I've got so many peop- easier. It's like nuts. And I'm just. Buried, and I there's a few of these things I have to I just have to get rid of. I. I've got this whole stack of of the maiden special weights going back to the two year last year. And I I don't even know why the teen of chides me all the time. Why are you saving these? I wanna have you know, I, but I as they fall by the wayside, I suppose is they don't if they don't prove out. I should really eliminate area. There's the Kallstrom second level allowance starts things off today in that Stronach. If four ten eastern is your is your strength five star point mile on the grass, and you know, there's a horse in here. In fact, that we talked about that romantic moment came up with shook making the seasonal debut. And you know, what she's she's a little dirty up in here as Andy says romantic moment. Romantic moment, the three you get Johnny. And. I eight to one is very attractive. I would not gloss over. Romantic moment in here. Right. This should shook seem to be. Somewhat. I thought he. Thought he seemed to like. Romantic moment. The second leg is. At laurel the five thousand non winners of three and. And you're going seven eighths here. And this is a group. Boy, I. Does tough. This is a twelve horse field and. Just kind of thumbing through. There's very little there's next. No speed in here. Very little speed the eight to five favorite do you wanna salsa for Claudio Gonzalez, probably? Has attended some pretty quick paces. And might be might be the the heavy lean. I don't know how about here's. Here's a. Tend to one shot for many Jarallah and a horse that was named for the the wonderful, Jamie. Gordon, the the emotional Jamie, Gordon, book Lord of misrule. Interesting. And then you come back to Gulfstream for that first level allowance that is we've been talking about all week with cutting Umer and bourbon war. Even that white cap bay doesn't look impossible award winner. Of course, the Oscar performance sibling. In this spot. So that ninth race that we were looking forward to we stay at Gulfstream for the tenth maiden twenty going to mile on the grass field, the twelve. There's couple of I there's Lexus Gatto and Renton Walsh has got a pioneer the Nile Philly debut in this spot. Kind of being dangled. And then it ends at Santa Anita. We said we'll watch. And when we talk at eleven to quickly will see make sure that the grass is okay. For today at Santa.

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