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"It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. We are learning new details about the January 6th insurrection as Congress holds hearings about the attack. The acting Capitol police chief told lawmakers today. The head of her agency asked top officials for military back up half a dozen times in the first hour of the breach. Chief Yogi Ananda Pittman said the requests were made as police were unprepared to face the writers. There's evidence that some of those who stormed the capital were organized. There's also evidence that a large number where everyday Americans who took on a mob mentality because they were angry and desperate. Treatment also says she has the phone records to prove requests were made for the National Guard, which arrived hours later. We're joined by NPR congressional reporter Claudia Chrysalis. Hey, Claudia. Hi, Mary a week. So this is the first public hearing where we have heard from Pittman, the acting Capitol police chief. What else did she say? Yes, Pittman, who testified alongside acting House Sergeant at arms, Timothy Blodgett. Both appeared before this House appropriations subcommittee. Pittman added new details on this first frantic hour of the insurrection, saying Capitol police obtained the phone records showing her predecessor this is Steven Son, who was at the helm that day had called these top security chiefs in the early minutes of the breach to request this National Guard assistance. We should note son in these other chiefs testified earlier this week before a Senate committee then how Sergeant at arms. Paul Irving had told senators in that hearing that he never got that first call from Sun, and he did not request the guard until around 2 P.m. that day. But we heard from Pittman today say that she has the phone records showing that not only did son call, but he did so six times to Irving and his counterpart in the Senate, and he did so from 12:58 P.m. that day toe 1:45 p.m. that day and this is a key piece of testimony because it's a central piece of evidence in these earliest days of these probes on why it took so long for the guard to show up that day. I'm trying to imagine the reaction from lawmakers to this key testimony, given that for all of them. This is very personal. Yes, there was clear frustration on display. Some took aim at Pittman and blood for the confusion that they saw. For example, GOP representative Jamie Herrera Butler reflected on seeing these rank and file officers getting no direction that day. Let's take a listen. They were getting no actual real communication. They were getting no leadership. They're getting no direction they had. There was no coordination and you could see the fear in their eyes. And this is one issue that the police union has zeroed in on the even issued a no confidence vote for Pittman and other leaders. Hitman Ourself conceded communication with one of the many leadership failures they had, and it's being addressed. Um how is it being addressed? Man? What else are we learning about reforms going forward? We're hearing lawmakers increasingly raise alarm about the Capitol Police board they oversee the police are comprised of the chief, the sergeant at arms and a member of the architect. Of the capital. They say it's too bureaucratic and causes delays. Ohio representative Tim Brian talked about it. He chaired today's hearing. Let's take a Listen. We gotta figure out a new mechanism in which We can govern the security here. Ryan also said Pittman and Capitol police need to be more transparent. Right. All right. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Chrysalis Thank you. Thank you. About 14% of people in the U. S. Have had at least one dose of the Corona virus vaccine confirmed cases, hospitalizations and deaths from covert 19 are all dropping. Still, the government is emphasizing how far there is to go. There's a debate over whether messaging right now should focus on hope or caution. Dr. Celine Gounder was on the Biden Transition Teams Coronavirus Advisory board. Welcome back to all things considered. It's great to be here. Let me play you a clip from the new director of the CDC, Rochelle Walensky. At a CNN Town hall last month, she was asked whether 100 million vaccine doses would restore a sense of normalcy. And here's what she said. I don't think we're gonna feel it. Then I think we're still going to have after we vaccinate 100 million Americans. We're gonna have 200 million more that we're going to need to vaccinate. The doctor down to start by telling us the thinking that goes into that kind of glass, two thirds empty messaging. Well, many of us are concerned about the emergence of these new mutant variants. I do think it's important to be very clear that the vaccines remain effective against the new variants, including the variance out of South Africa and Brazil. But there is a trend to words diminished efficacy, which really means it's a signal tow us as scientists and public health researchers and the pharmaceutical companies. We do need to stay ahead of the virus and be developing second generation vaccines for use down the line. So reason for caution. But on the other hand lay of the argument for A different kind of messaging. Why do some people believe public health officials should emphasize the progress that's been made instead of the distance yet to go? Well, look, we have multiple, highly safe and effective vaccines available. I mean, these are about as effective as vaccines get And that's really a testament to the medical and scientific community in the work that they've been doing over the past year, and I think for people you know when you ask them, why are you getting vaccinated or not? The main reasons people are getting vaccinated are to protect themselves to protect their families and because they do want life to go back to normal, and so that needs to be part of our message as well. I've seen people on social media say if I'm gonna have to wear a mask, even after I've been vaccinated, and the vaccine may not be fully effective against some of the new variants, then what's the point of getting vaccinated at all? Do you think there's a risk that downplaying the progress the country is making could lead to more vaccine hesitancy. Yeah, I think it's again important to emphasize this is going.
Biden clarifies school reopening plan during town hall on pandemic response
"Biden says he's pushing to get schools fully reopened as soon as possible. During a CNN town hall in Milwaukee, he stressed plans to reopen schools must include the proper use of facemasks, good ventilation and proper social distancing, including getting on the school bus. So it's about Needing to be able to socially distance. Smaller classes
Biden says vaccines will be available to all Americans by end of July
"News President Joe Biden held a CNN town hall question and answer session in Milwaukee last night. Addressing everything from covert relief to when he thinks the pandemic might end A B C's Karen Travers is in Washington with more on what he said about vaccines. President Biden in a town hall on CNN Tuesday night, said Americans who want to get a covert 19 vaccine should be able to get one before the end of the summer. Now attractive enough supply. For 300 million Americans. By the end of July. Dr. Anthony Fauci Wednesday morning echoed the president, telling CBS He shifted his own recent thinking on the timeline from late May early June 2 now mid July because of the availability of vaccine doses coming from Johnson and Johnson, Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
Biden describes life at the White House: 'A gilded cage'
"President Biden is describing the life inside the White House man talking with his predecessors just shy of a month after moving in the president says he still wakes up and asks his wife where the hell are we in a CNN town hall he referenced past presidents who described the White House as a little like a gilded cage he says he's extremely self conscious on a custom to stap waiting on him things like handing him his suit coat the president confirms he's picked up the phone to talk with his predecessors at least most of them after telling CNN all have called him with one exception the only one I have spoken to you would not tell reporters early this morning which one Sager mag ani Washington
Biden says teachers should move up on vaccine priority list
"Lobe K Y. W News radio 8 46, now President Biden took questions from Americans is part of a CNN Town hall yesterday in Wisconsin, said the country could be back to normal by next Christmas. If People get the covert vaccine. He also said teachers should move up on the covert vaccine priority list, though he didn't say whether he thinks they should They have to be vaccinated before returning to the classroom. Your CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand, the White House announced plans to increase the amount of weekly cove in 19 doses distributed to states to 13.5 million in July will have over 600 million doses enough to vaccinate every single American governors continue to sound the alarm over it. Shortage of supply while Americans searched in vain for the vaccine. I have signed up at every website that you could possibly sign, not back. My husband and I are both high risk. So far, the Pentagon has authorized more than
Biden says teachers should move up on vaccine priority list
"Loeb, K. Y W NewsRadio 7 47. Now President Biden was in Wisconsin. Taking questions from people is part of a CNN town hall event yesterday. President said the country could be back to normal by next Christmas. But, he said people need to get vaccinated for that to happen. Also says teachers should move up on the vaccine priority list. I think teachers and The folks who work in the school, the cafeteria worker. Another should be on the list of preferred to get a vaccination. Now. The Biden administration policy is that a vaccine should not be a prerequisite for returning to the classroom. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand tells us more vaccine doses or coming, the White House announced plans to increase the amount of weekly cove in 19 doses distributed to states to 13.5 million in July will have over 600 million doses enough to vaccinate every single American Governors continue to sound the alarm over a shortage of supply while American search in vain for the vaccine. I have signed up at every website that you could possibly sign that back. My husband and I are both high risk. So far, the Pentagon has authorized more than
Biden says teachers should move up on vaccine priority list
"6 46. Now presidential town halls are a thing again. President Biden was in Wisconsin, taking questions from Americans is part of a CNN Town hall event. President said the country could be back to normal by next Christmas, but people need to get vaccinated for that timeline to happen. He also says teachers should move up in the vaccine priority list. I think teachers and The folks who work in the school, the cafeteria worker. Another should be on the list of preferred to get a vaccination. However, it's a bit confusing because the Biden administration's policy is that a vaccine should not be a prerequisite for returning to the classroom. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand reports more Vaccine doses are coming. The White House announced plans to increase the amount of weekly cove in 19 doses distributed to states to 13.5 million by the Angel. I will have over 600 million doses enough to Vaccinate
Biden optimistic on reopening of elementary schools
"President Biden's made his clearest statement yet on re opening schools during the virus pandemic the president's predicting by the end of his first one Hundred Days in office in late April most elementary schools will be open five days a week but he says it'll be harder for high schools to be open at the same rate because of the higher infection risk among older students in a CNN town hall the president said the majority of schools in the kindergarten through eighth grade are the easiest to open and the most vital he expects many schools will push to stay open through the summer Sager Meghana a Washington
President Joe Biden to visit Wisconsin for his first official trip
"Center. President Biden is making his return to the Badger State next week. The president will visit Milwaukee one week from today for a CNN Town hall. From the Pabst Theater on February 16th. The president's last visit to Wisconsin was in October and this will be his first official trip since being
"cnn town hall" Discussed on Louder With Crowder
"On the extreme going forward. Again, it just seems to be all the time, their likes and dislikes that switch with the Biden DNC and it goes and Biden's favor selectively its enforcement is not going well for Joe Biden very clearly. All of a sudden, the streams that are critical of Joe, Biden get taken off. It would be one thing if these little mistakes went and both directions but statistically, they don't you can see our previous videos where we've talked about this for a very long time. Statistically, it overwhelmingly favors the left algorithm just like Tulsi Gabbard no searches just like when you start Steven crowder changed, my mind abortion would find a six year old PBS video with four hundred and fifty two of us. There is no balance in the errors that occur on. Youtube I don't care if they say, Hey, you can't do alive watch along for trump or by five we'll do it here exclusively at Montclair. That's fine. We can do it up the blades. That's that's fine by me but you cannot allow one and not allow the other provided. It's critical that is the issue that we have this selective application of the rules. There is no difference in how are covering this except for the fact, we've actually shown less of the stream thus far it was manually detected. So that means somebody so manually. Chant. And and CNN's owned by Turner. I. Don't think. So I don't why took be understanding at Time Warner. Oh. I guess I'm wondering on. CNN. Got Mixed up you find that I read. Yes. Sure. I. Know It's turning turning Yeah Warner Media Yes. San. Was Biden was not looking good tonight no antenna and I was wrong. He looked pretty bad. So you know it's The number's wrong in saying we're not of two hundred, fifteen thousand more deaths and mandate masks and your your quarter quarter Ling. He's looking bad right now this is not going from and they are softball questions across the board. That's why Antilock Luke shadow of a doubt right now with our experienced someone manually detected this was an automatic which should mean by the way right now hopefully, someone makes a fucking call that someone can manually fix this at. Youtube. Immediately, and by the way we know because we have some of these folks on speed dial youtube you're not supposed to. Let this happen step in and do the right thing. You're also on Pacific Time someone in the office right now if only to have some kind of diversity training, we know that you do that on Thursdays. So make this right someone manually fixed it someone manually rigged this system right now you know that it's a totally invalid strike. You know what we've talked about this before every single time we've had one of these strikes before it has been resolved. It is undoubtedly fair use don't do the bullshit where you say you have to go through the system they didn't go through the system someone abuse the system manually, and you WanNa talk about David and Goliath. This is the idea to write this. We were talking about critical race theory gave critical race theory is that there's always an oppressor provided that you're in some kind of a majority. That's the same reason that you have the left the reason that they support Palestine over. Israel just because one has actual weapons in one has rocks it doesn't matter that their charter says throw rocks at someone for being a Jew in Israel has A. Defense, policy that is, hey, defend yourself someone throws a rock at you for being ju it's Hey, you're the underdog. Therefore, you are morally correct. The only place that doesn't apply however is when you have conservative on new media kicking the ass of legacy media who have more money than God compared to us guess what asked me how much I own of of louder with crowder how how much do you take us take a wild guess One hundred percent that's not Biden. That's accurate. One, hundred Brennan. Ask Me compared to even a young. Turks. Who have what? Twenty million, twenty, million, round, plus fifteen, million from a foreign investors Aljazeera. Guitar money ask how much money I've ever received as a lump sum to invest in louder with crowder. Zero dollars, zero dollars, we have a licensing agreement with the blaze for moments just like this, and we are incredibly appreciated them where we were already generating a profit for them, and so we split it so that we don't have to all of the leg work with a paywall and APP that's very difficult for us to do. We have never had foreign investors or outside mega investors come in CNN obviously can't say that their own multimedia conglomerate ABC News Disney Vox Universal NBC. You can't even say about these new media entities on the left like the young Turks, almost anyone is in their network. Let's see what happens by the way with them right now. Let's see what happens is they cover these events. It is remarkable. I'm not bitching I just want equal application of the rules right now someone manually flag this you know it's Bullshit Youtube you can manually fix it. Let's hopefully get that going I. Don't know if if anyone here wants to be taking something for. INSTAGRAM So we get it up there to let people know to go to the blaze, but if someone wants to come in here and let me know if we want to do that I, apologize to everyone who is watching right now we're going to try and get as many people migrated over to the blaze as we can. And, of course, facebook until someone comes into lets me know about that. Let's watch more of the town hall and another community. Yeah because the rate of infection is much lower number one number to think of what he has said. Look. Wearing this mask is about making sure sure and renew where to make sure no one else can. Do so much is to make sure you don't infect someone else or biting. That's like Oh patriotic requirement I call that what we should be doing right now and if the if the president had done his job. Had, done his job for the weekend body language he goes. To. All the people making this up, just look at the data and Holy Hell the data. Sold there's GonNa be no I pray to God. Tomorrow conducted be available to everyone. First of all, once vaccine is made available and you know this well, once made available. With the pill time. Distributed throughout the country. You're not gonNA have three, hundred, twenty, five, million vials to begin with and the way which is transported. There's two kinds of vaccines that are talking about one is that anyway one room? Structure. The. Drinking short-circuit they. You don't really have to go through these motions. Right? You're just GONNA cover. This did really good. Taking shots. So the is. Going to be vaccine and everything's GonNa, be fine. Tomorrow is just not rational not reasonable. The comments by the Attorney General. Contribute to people I mean encourage people not to wear masks or quite fog. WHEN HE GETS BACK electrocuted. Ever think any of you. You're not drinking here attorney. Following recommendations of the scientific community to save your and other people's lives is equivalent.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on Louder With Crowder
"For someone to do something about it. Quarter person of color. Garrett, and his CO worker Maddie had been dealing with a politician with no respect for boundaries or personal space. Hey flag with the problem. Well, it's Joe Biden here. He he won't stop sniffing and kissing people. It's a real problem I. Yeah I've done everything. I don't know what to do. Okay. See. The first thing you did he's right now you're.
At town hall, Biden blasts Trump's 'criminal' virus response
"Joe Biden continues hammering president trump's handling of the corona virus crisis as the president was telling supporters in Wisconsin that he is quick actions kept covert nineteen from killing more Americans we save millions and millions of lives by then was saying the president admitted downplaying of the pandemic was close to criminal in a CNN town hall outside is Pennsylvania hometown Biden said the entire trump administration has been totally irresponsible the virus wasn't just a topic during the town hall we dictated the entire format a drive in with thirty five cars gathered around a stage where Biden took life unscripted questions from voters for the first time since winning the democratic nomination Sager mag ani Washington
Atlanta mayor joins Sesame Street town hall to talk about racism with kids and parents
"A fresh wave of anger has emerged over police use of deadly violence against black men Atlanta is the latest flashpoint that's after a white officer killed twenty seven year old ray shard Brooks in a Wendy's parking lot Friday night Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms took part in a CNN town hall last night she says her cities already cut its corrections budget by almost sixty percent so give us an opportunity to take some of our corrections staff and move them to our boots on the ground there how they are helping us feed our seniors they are delivering meals to our kids they're cleaning up our
‘Sesame Street,’ CNN Teach Kids About Coronavirus in Second Town Hall
"Former Ohio state health director Dr in the acting was on this morning's CNN town hall for children of October nineteen in the program take before her resignation Dr Acton told children about how superheroes wear capes and masks so every time you put on this map you're being a superhero and you know when kids do that they really keep everyone safe she also told children they should always be honest and if they don't feel well tell an adult doctor wrapped in is also being sued by the organizers of Ohio music festival officials with the bellwether music festival in the country fast filed that suit on Friday saying Dr rocked and stay at home ordering orders banning mass gatherings are constitutional and force festivals to be
Bill Gates: Entire country needs to shut down
"To control the spread of coronavirus Bill Gates says the U. S. must act like China commerce Corwin hate reports the billionaires calling for a national shutdown that could continue into June gates is the one who predicted years ago a pandemic could cripple the U. S. now he says the covert nineteen crisis demands of social distancing effort here to match what China accomplished earlier this year China didn't they're shut down and they did it in a very serious way he tells a CNN town hall China's measures were more extreme than those any U. S. state has undertaken and after a six week period they were able to start building up again and the total number of cases there is very very small in the U. S. gates says the shutdown may have to extend up to ten weeks and he says it must be nationwide I think you can do a county by county that will not work and they cases will be exponentially growing anywhere you don't have a serious
Democratic candidates gear up for South Carolina debate l ABC News
"Eight it's debate night in South Carolina where the Democrats who want to be president face off ahead of that state's primary for more on the story well let's go live to correspondent Jim Ryan Laurie the day before meeting here on the debate stage Bernie Sanders people to judge in Tom's tire took part in a CNN town hall also here in Charleston far from backing away from his praise of Fidel Castro's literacy programs Sanders stepped it up you know what are they teaching people to read and write it's a good thing Tom Stiers called Sanders praised inappropriate and from blue to judge I don't want to be explaining why our nominee is encouraging people to look on the bright side of the Castro regime to just a few minutes Sanders will face those two plus four other candidates fighting for the democratic presidential nomination why the Charleston South Carolina Jim Ryan ABC news for ten
Strategist Steve Schmidt Discusses Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump
"Do you think that Bernie Sanders is the biggest threat to your president trump? Right now I do think so I would say that the biggest threat to president trump is president trump. What do you mean by that? Well if he's on his game as he was at the state of the Union there's a candidate in the country that can beat them if there is a second choice of than himself it would be Bernie Sanders Bernie. Sanders brings out outside game in a similar fashion. That president trump did in two thousand sixteen interesting moment there with Tim. Scott of South Carolina Senator Bernie Sanders coming off a big win in Nevada. And on Saturday we will come to what is only. Let's remember the second primary of the political season. Let's talk about the state of our politics with us. Now Steve Schmidt a veteran former Republican strategist us since left the Republican Party. But he's here with US tonight. That's all we care about. Let's take them one at a time. Let's start with the Republicans. Start WITH SENATOR. Scott's point the biggest risk to donald trump is donald trump because we just had shannon petty peace with with a straight face as a reporter. Say It's another one of these crises corona virus. That trump didn't start himself. Well Look Tim. Scott is correct. I mean the person that is always created the most powerful for Donald trump politically is is donald trump but since his acquittal by the Senate as he's purging the government of anybody he thinks is disloyal as he is taking his revenge is he is a visceral rating the rule of law in unprecedented fashion. Interfering in criminal cases the Department of Justice his poll numbers are going up and so he is consolidating power at an alarming rate in doing so liberally. Let's talk about the Democrats and as we do. I WanNa play the Clip Bernie. Sanders campaign manager. Came on with Chris Hayes earlier on this network tonight. We'll look at that one of the reasons that I love and fight for Bernie Sanders. There's integrity and honesty. You get with him and what that means is when you ask them a direct question he gives you a direct response comes from his heart from his soul. Tells you exactly what he's thinking right and that means that sometimes you may disagree with his perspective but you know he's he's shooting straight with. He's not playing a political game. So when you ask them about. Hey how about Cuba and the Castro? Oh well he's an authoritarian. He's engaged in human rights abuses however there were some good things that happened in Cuba. We should acknowledge those two. And that's an honest answer and then other people will play political games. And that's why for instance Chris. I think over the course of this campaign. We've benefited from the fact that his stray shooting his integrity. His honesty rises above other people's efforts to try to offer political barbs and try to throw cheap shots in the kitchen sink at him that were tonight and at a CNN town hall and the last hour people to judge just said in effect here. We are as a party. We're talking about Fidel Castro. Indeed and they are and you look at travesty of a debate if you're in the business of wanting to remove Donald Trump from office. The one thing that wasn't talked at all about in that debate was trump or trumpism and so the campaign managers talking about Bernie Sanders Integrity. Is he showing integrity by not releasing his medical records? Is he showing transparency and integrity by not talking about the Price Tag associated with student? Loan Forgiveness Free Pre pre K. daycare for everybody. And there's no price tags on any of this. It's a dishonest progressivism. That's NO DIFFERENT THAN DONALD. Trump's dishonesty talking about the Mexican paid for wall it's all fantasy and so when Bernie Sanders goes out there. He starts talking about well. Here's the good sides of Fidel Castro. I think it's important to understand that there might be a constituency for that in this country but it's a really small one and it's certainly not enough to get you into an electoral college majority to win the White House. And it certainly dooms your chances in Florida. How do you process the fact that tomorrow night? We're going to have seven people on stage. Two of them are billionaires. Two of them look at real double digit poll numbers knowing that money bought those poll numbers not some inner need to have them as our next president. How do we process that well? I think they're two different cases right so first off. Mike Bloomberg was the mayor of New York City for twelve years and by any objective standard. He was one of the most competent successful leaders of large government anywhere in the world over the last quarter century. He was a profoundly successful mayor. I think it's a mistake for Democrats to attack. Somebody like Mike. Bloomberg who grew up in a middle-class circumstance and is a self made man is one of the country's greatest philanthropists and I disagree with him on a number of different issues but if you are invested in progressive causes. It's hard for me to think of anybody who has done more to advance progressivism whether it's on gun issues whether it's on climate then has Mike Bloomberg so the notion that Mike Bloomberg is on that stage somehow illegitimately is not something that I really understand. Tom Steyer has been an activist in American politics. Now for some period of years he has communicated a message. He's gotten the requisite poll numbers to be on the stage. The question will be after the South Carolina primaries. If you have eight moderate Democrats all of whom might have a greater chance of beating Donald Trump and does Bernie Sanders? Will some of those candidates get out of the race to help coalesce support around the strongest? Moderate candidate? Poor the issue right now in the Democratic primaries you cannot make an objective judgement and say Bernie Sanders is going to go down to Donald Trump in the swing states on the basis of poll numbers because the poll numbers. Don't support that in those states. But when you look at Bernie Sanders positions that we should criminalize illegal immigration. That we're going to take health insurance away from one hundred fifty million people who have private health insurance a of other issues the type of rhetoric that you saw him use on sixty minutes talking about Castro. All of these issues come together. In a way that I think objectively with James Carville said is disqualifying for somebody running for president in somebody. Who'S LIKELY TO LOSE TO DONALD TRUMP and I think that's what you're saying. A lot of panic in the democratic electorate in the democratic officeholder class in these days really focused on Steve Schmidt always a pleasure. Thank you for
Former New York City Mayor Bloomberg says he'll release three women from NDAs
"Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg says he's ready to release three women from non disclosure agreements they're related to comments they say Bloomberg made during his business career the democratic presidential candidate has been under pressure since the Washington post reported the existence of the agreements they came under fire at this week's democratic debate in Nevada especially from Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren my the question is challaned by being muzzled by you and you release them from that the media of course that audio from NBC news joining us in studio with more on this and PR skills he's now welcome back hi there what have you learned about these agreements and these women Bloomberg says that he and his company if I identified three nondisclosure agreements that were signed over more than thirty years he doesn't identify the women or say much about who they are and he puts it on them to come forward and ask if they want to be released when The Washington Post did originally our report on this they identified three men three women as well and they named them based on public records on lawsuits but that's the only information we have right now and what more does Bloomberg say he's going to do he released a fairly lengthy statement and he said that he's willing to release the agreements because he says quote I recognize that NDAs particularly when they are used in the context of sexual harassment and sexual assault promote a culture of silence in the workplace and contribute to a culture of women not feeling safe or supported which is essentially the argument that Warren was making throughout the debate he does go on to outline a broader plan and he talks about addressing sexual harassment in the workplace and workplace equality a couple of the things that he mentions there are twelve weeks paid family leave and paycheck fairness and he's he's saying that this is part of a broader push by his campaign and making it not just about these nondisclosure agreements but also about the policies he would promote as president it can we talk about the why right now I mean as we mentioned Elizabeth Warren came down on the former mayor very hard in the debate and I mean based on what I saw he didn't look eager to jump on this issue then yeah it was a very uncomfortable moment for him it seems and he seemed to struggle to respond to the question you know he hit the warning came after him repeatedly and she kept bringing it back up and you know this is a little bit of the back and forth that we heard we have very few non disclosure agreements how many the company has accused me of doing anything other than maybe they didn't like to joke I told and let me just let me he's been criticized a lot for that statement about a joke I told we saw it all over Twitter and Warren is brought that back up again she definitely has not let this go she brought it back up again at the opening of a CNN town hall last night and where she held up a contract he said she's a lawyer she knows how these things work and she said it was a contract that he could use to release the women from their agreements it's also pretty important to remember that Bloomberg's base of support here is primarily suburban women and he is making a really strong effort in many of the ads that he's put together so far to target women specifically he has an ad that it it's been includes just women talking about their experience and why they're supporting him and he needs to kind of shore up this part of the conversation with
4 takeaways as Warren and Biden criticize Bloomberg at CNN town halls
"Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden all U. C. N. N. Towne holes yesterday to continue to take aim at Mike Bloomberg even though he's not participating in the Nevada caucus because he got into the race late he is focusing on the super Tuesday states president trump heads to Nevada today for three PM campaign rally in
Buttigieg campaign mocked for adding applause to CNN town hall clip
"But a judge campaign called out for inserting audience applause into C. N. N. town hall clip like a laugh track people just can't pay was blasted on Twitter after taking stage at the C. N. N. town hall last night the issue was not whether the former south bend mares said but how is campaign was editing a clip from his remarks in a disastrous
Pete Buttigieg keeps narrow lead in Iowa caucuses with 100% of precincts reporting
"The democratic presidential candidates will spend the next few days crisscrossing New Hampshire ahead of next week's first primary in the nation but Steve cast inbound brings us more as events in Iowa still dominate discussions about the race hours after DNC chairman Tom her as wrote on Twitter enough is enough and called for re canvassing of the caucus results in Iowa the Iowa Democratic Party announced that one hundred percent of the precincts have reported and been counted the result former south bend Indiana mayor Pete bridges held onto a very narrow lead in the delegate count over senator Bernie Sanders the news broke up Jewish was appearing at a CNN town hall was fantastic news Sanders spoke about the problems with the Iowa caucus during his C. N. N. town hall we've got enough of Iowa I think we should move on to the Hampshire I mean the people it really did distress me because I want all of the state of I when the people there are really great people who take their responsibility of the first corpus in the country very very seriously and it is really sad that the Democratic Party of Iowa if I may say so screwed up the counting process quite so badly he re frame the results based on the additional information that was released from the caucuses for the first time we ended up winning the popular vote by six thousand they have a realignment process is you know in our we won not quite twenty five hundred and I suspect that at the end of the day I'm just a bully judge and I will have an equal number of of delegates to the national convention the judge was asked whether he would seek a recount I'll leave it to the party to to get into that but you know what I'll say is nothing can take away what what happened on Monday just an extraordinary moment for the movement that we have built and now we're looking ahead to New Hampshire and and beyond and all of the candidates are in this state now with the debate taking place at Saint Anselm college in Manchester tonight new Hampshire's primary takes place on
"cnn town hall" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"And relating to the people, but the financing the governance not so much. You're absolutely right. And you know, here's the thing. It would be refreshing. I don't know what to get anybody elected. Let me say that on one side, but it would be refreshing. If somebody actually came to the forefront and said, look, I'm going to be straight with you. There's no way that you're going to accomplish all of these beautiful pie in the sky ideas that you're talking about that would take literally generations. But why don't we have a serious dialogue about what we can do and move the needle incrementally. And be honest problem with that is I don't think anybody would elect that person because we've become junkies to hearing the promise into all the rhetoric and Kamala Harris last night was doing the CNN town hall and a very articulate, and and obviously well received in order for her to win the nomination, she has to appeal to the left leaning Democrats who say we want, you know, healthcare for all we want which by the way, I have a millennial side. And he feels exactly the way she what she says. This is the way it ought to be. And I've asked him I said, how would you pay for glue dad, but I think that's the way it ought to be. And I understand where he's coming from. Because of his case. A lot of student debt, which I didn't have when I got out. But he's saying this is the way it ought to be. So that is clue to me. That's a signal that he's thinking ethically. This is the topi-. This is the way it should be. How do you respond to that? I mean, your expert you talk about ethics and all these situations. You're an expert in ethics. How do you respond to your own kid? You know, you sit down with them on the first place. So I will I hear what you're saying. And utopian idea. Really sounds great. However, there is always a price to pay for anything that you think you might warrant. So how would that be paid? Now, of course in his. Education in mental capacity. You don't have a clue. Frankly needed to do most of the politicians clue they will tax the one percenters the amount of time. If you tax the one percenters, and it took a hundred percent of their income wouldn't be enough money to pay for all of these things. So you it sounds good. It's a great soundbite for people who aren't a one percenter. But it's not a practical approach, but nobody cares about the practical approach to care about the soundbite and who's going to appeal to their sensibility. And that's because we're in constant campaign mode. We to leave it there. You're a great interview. Chuck gallagher. Nationally known speaker, TED talks speaker on ethics. Thank you very much for being on the program. It is my pleasure. Thank you so much for the invitation happy to have you straight ahead. More think America with Terry. Gilbert be right back. The one thing you don't want to hear when.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Camp show i'm jamie markedly bad dave brain camp okay to reset what happened at the cnn town hall last night four all supposed to be very upset with republicans today that's will result that tell cnn framed this whole thing this is about if you believe in second mineral rights you're a bad person in euro k with what happened in florida last week will you have blood on your hands yes it's you brought this up the day after if you want to have a conversation you can't start in that fashion to say will obviously you don't care about your kid yeah that's what they did was they took people who are understandably understandably pissed off sad in scared and just said are a you get to yell at marco rubio for two hours bon dana loesch the begged nra suggests first yes so tab at at your comments this week in those of our president have been pathetically weak it's hard to look at you and not look down the barrel of an air fifteen blood blatter micron's needs teachers worth your blood money in the name of seventeen people you cannot ask the nra to keep their money out of your campaign i would like to thank you again for coming out and listening to us because us a lot more than what can be said for so socalled president and governor by the way the president today today's there's going to be action yes.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Um system where including a system that even pathak waiting where kids don't feel schools and so now as a cap dating number of major businesses pole sell their support from the nra because the nra still seemed to be reduced to any type of change too to ensure that um kipgen two dropped off safely in parents have thousands to the guy'd come back in the afternoon yeah and certainly i mean i did you watch the cnn town hall i could not all of it of tied up for some of the eye the democratic representative there um from parkland is fell wanna closest friends in congress and so we we throughout the weekend um and there are a number of parkland students are actually in washington um yesterday i was fortunate to be able to meet and talk with a number of them what did you think in general about and certainly uh you know he talked about these students sort of speaking truth to power what did you think of their comments to to marco rubio i think um fight out there right on point another thought they were entirely appropriate and i think look we have um there's that this might be hard to describe but in politics these days you've got these certain places in and uh where politicians can retreat into republicans on the talking points on the right in democrats on the left and what we saw or kid and in normally in kind of a polite company people get past further than that that's the kind of where people accept the conversations going to end and no one goes further which you song were those kids saying no we're not going to accept that an um we're not the that's kind of where we have been and if not kind offer thoughts and prayers but the shooting don't happened one after another after another eighteen never time to offer thoughts and prayers and by the way we've seen into.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on The Takeaway
"I think our adam there's a script that we've become accustomed to after a mass shooting like las vegas or san bernardino or parkland or sutherland springs describe how the nra operates now when a mass shooting occurs with let's say in a salt weapon and all eyes in america turned to the nra for response will usually the nra takes the approach of silence right after some kind of mass shooting because they know that's not a favorable time for the nra to be engaged in a debate over gun policy and so they usually say it's an inappropriate trump time to talk about a gun shootings but of course there's so many match shootings that there's really not much time between them to have that kind of conversation what's happened is an some reason incidents and specially this parkland shooting the nra has felt compelled to fight back to defend itself and so we saw that with dana loesch making her comments at the cnn town hall and the sea packed speech by wayne lapierre i think in part because 'cause the nra is seeing that there's actually a little bit of momentum shifting in the gun to abate i don't expect we'll see the nra moderate its position in any significant way but we are seeing new political energy and mobilization on the gun violence prevention side the politics of the gun to abate have been very onesided for a long time while ninety percent of the people say they support background checks is the ten percent that oppose at that are those nra loyalists who vote on that basis who organize a get their friends to vote uh are really politically active what we're seeing now is more mobilization on the those who favour more restrictive gun laws and that could really change the gun to bait uh including making some elected officials bend will given the contours of this debate now adam let's talk about a future may be an imaginary future where the nra decides that it's in its best interest to soften its position on some form of gun control maybe backgrounds.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Odd ready for my view that i might take action on one of japanese i looked at the video and let me add this jake once i saw the video the first order i gave was for our our detectives to notify the families that the show of of the of the those laws thethe families yesterday ten am tomorrow the families come first and i wanted to make sure the families knew what happened in what was about families were cnn's installs are set to censor the the families right that cnn town hall and you could have disquettes that's not we didn't i couldn't disclosed that then because there was no corroboration shake there was no confirmation we needed dot eyes and cross teas you you hear these jansher and the guy just sounds like any kind of looked a little bit like a deer and the headlights and i've gotta give jake tapper credit think about this he was the the moderator of this cnn town hall debate and he witnessed the way the crowd treated marco rubio which was incredibly disrespectful the way the crowd treated dana lash which was even more so shrieking epithets at her and threatened threats and everything else and she has blood on her hands and she's a murderer and she's a killer so i think you're took a lot for day for for jake tapper two two fastforward a few days in yesterday morning challenge this sheriff wait a minute why did you said all this stuff about the nra the night before you you disclosed that your own sheriff's deputies failed to engage how can that be are you really not taking any responsibility for the multiple red flags that were brought to the attention of the broward sheriff's office about this shooter before the incident whether it was people near him close to him calling the showing jake i could only take responsibility for what i knew about i exercise is my my due diligence i've given amazing leadership to this asia masing leaders saw i've work yes j got in it makes me sick to my stomach that we had a deputy didn't go in 'cause.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"The of the those lost thethe families yesterday ten am tomorrow the families comes first and i wanted to make sure the families knew what happened in what was the ballot families were cnn the families were the cnn town hall and you could have this glass we didn't i couldn't disclosed event because there was no collaboration jake there was no confirmation we needed dot the i's and crossed tease and i certainly would not disclose it to a family had a town hall not every family was there are one of the families one mr pollick had gone to washington dc that's not the way things over news camera you you you do it individually you meet privately with families you have compassion you don't do it at a public rightwinger hollywood forms are ghitani the public forum was rather beligian belligerence towards the nra and you're talking about needing more police protection i'll be more funding and more police powers and yes and yes now it's not that wasn't you're just not true jake that's not true at all it wasn't belligerent towards the nra i took cook passionate stances are always have about common sense gone reform and expanding police ability throughout al contrari when we come in contact with someone mentally ill to take them to a facility guns away from them there was no belligerence at all and i completely disagree with you medical let's talk about the response of medical first responders told local news station wsvn the medical personnel were asking to go into the school but law enforcement wouldn't let them he told us we unquote everything i was trained on masscasualty events says they did the wrong thing you don't wait for the seem to be cleared ugo go in immediately armed retrieve the victims you can't leave the victims laying there what's your response to dancer i i agree with that that's that's very accurate that is how that is what you do wants to wants to killer leaves the.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on WTMA
"Of ifs and buts were candian nuts really that's your response central you have to say that's it our and the buck stops with you right well shows bogside my name's on the door but i'm not the one who didn't go in those somebody else at say mr mr command leadership over here the buck stops with all the other other deputy outside the building i guess that's where it's two hubs these guys i'm telling you and he knew before the cnn town hall that his deputy sat outside but they kept it a secret until after the cnn town hall because there was a big tv opt for him is looking to his got stars in his eyes you know he wants to be one of the breakout stars of the parkland florida massacre and he has been the news media loves him cnn loves them cnn gave him that forum and and they allowed him to engage and all kinds of absurdities and then jake tapper did call on it yesterday's like wait a minute to you know before the cnn and a town hall meeting and he said well here we were we were talking about earlier that day at yes but you did let it be known until after the cnn town hall well we don't do things for tv us not really the question on the table he did a lot yesterday the sheriff did a lot of not answering the question that was asked but answering the question that he wished had been asked which is a classic usually liberal democrat politician way of weasling your way out of questions and and i say that it's usually at liberal democrat wave recently radha questions because no republican gets away with that because journalists like jake tapper jumped down your throat if you're republican and you obvious gator you skirt the question you you engage and democrat party techniques uh by not answering the question but just saying whatever you're talking point us if you're a democrat you're you're george stephanopoulos nods and agreement on then they.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"A video that odd ready for my view that i might take action on one of al deputies i looked at the video and let me add this jake once i saw the video the first order i gave was for our our detectives to notify the families that the show of of the of the those lost thethe families yesterday ten and tomorrow the families come first and i wanted to make sure the families knew what happened to what was about families were cnn's cents or the families right than cnn town hall and you could have disclosed it's not snuck we didn't i couldn't disclosed a thing because there was no cooperation shake there was no confirmation we needed dodd eyes in cross teas you you hear these answer and the guy just sounds like any kind of looked a little bit like a deer in the headlights and i've gotta give jake tapper credit think about this he was the the moderator of this cnn town hall debate and he witnessed the way the crowd treated marco rubio which was incredibly disrespectful the way the crowd treated dana lash which was even more so to regain epa fat set her and threatens threats and everything else and she has blood on her hands and she's a murderer and she's a killer so i think it took a lot per day for for jake tapper two two fast forward a few days in yesterday morning challenge this share of wait a minute why did you set all this stuff about the nra the night before you you disclosed that your own sheriff's deputies failed to engage how can that be are you willing not taking any responsibility for the multiple red flags that were brought to the attention of the broward sheriff's office about this shooter before the incident whether it was people near him closed damn calling the girl jake i could only take responsibility for what i knew about i exercise has my my due diligence i've given amazing leadership to this agency masing leaders saw.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Cnn town hall and you could have disclosed we didn't i couldn't disclosed it then because there was no corroboration shake there was no confirmation we needed dot eyes and cross tease and i certainly would not disclose it to a family had a town hall not every family was there okay meanwhile he was he's been refusing to resign of course and he's been asked about this repeatedly including by a local nbc affiliate listen to how he justifies the fact that the deputy who do stood outside scott peterson this deputy sheriff site for four minutes as the shooting raged on in did not go into the school building and why the sheriff says it's not my fault uh i'm sure my name's on the door the people responsible are the ones who took the kohl's and did follow up on a as it was with the fbi as it was with with any with any person leaders could knock leaders are responsible for the agency for leaders are nonexpulsion responsible for a person i gave him a con i gave him a badge i gave him new training if he didn't have the heart to go in that's not my responsibility to sounds like a later there boy i look i i gave him all the stuff and hope for the best yeah i mean it let's take about this i mean if everybody in every element of law enforcement had this attitude we would have complete and utter chaos in the nation and as i mentioned i i work with sheriff david cater down a staffer county and daves listing and there's folks down and stafford iq i i know that they would not react like this to the situation this is totally and say does this sheriff need to resign or as you right is this is this just you know you can't blame the chief of one of the indian scores up is that is that is that is that an appropriate assessment here eight eight eight six zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three zero wmal more from.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The hour a new this morning the of the deputy who was on duty at a high school where seventeen people were massacred waited outside of the building for about four minutes without ever going inside the school that according to broward county sheriff's scott israel he announced during a thursday news conference that deputy scott petersen resigned after being suspended without pay israel said he made the decision after reviewing video surveillance and interviewing witnesses including that deputy himself on the sheriff says petersen responded to the building where that shooting took place took up position outside and then net never went in meanwhile a spokesperson for the national rifle association is accusing the mainstream media of exploiting mass shootings like the one last week in florida nra spokesperson dana lash addressing the conservative political conference see pack on thursday zeroed in on cnn this after she appeared at a cnn town hall debate on guns many in legacy media love mass shootings you guys are the mother now i'm not saying that you love the tragedy but i am saying that you love the ratings crying white mothers our ratings gold to you and many in the legacy media in the back and known as i said prime wave mothers because there are thousands of revene black mothers in chicago every weekend and you don't think tank for chicago cnn's for sanctuary cities where was the cnn town hall for jimmy alshaar senior whose son was murdered by someone who illegally entered the country and had been deported repeatedly where was his voice where was the voice of those junior rotc members last night cnn if it bleeds it leads doesn't it and i don't mean to ignore uaw here but i really i'm really looking at a lot of the legacy media back there on the platform and you can write whatever you want about meat and you can confiming the hallways and you can scream at me and you can try to confront the but i'm here we are here we're not going anywhere i call via said wrote a video that nra tv released wednesday which slammed.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The hour a new this morning the of the deputy who was on duty at a high school where seventeen people were massacred waited outside of the building for about four minutes without ever going inside the school that according to broward county sheriff scott israel he announced during a thursday news conference that deputy scott petersen resigned after being suspended without pay israel said he made the decision after reviewing video surveillance and interviewing witnesses including that deputy himself on the sheriff says petersen responded to the building where that shooting took place took up position outside and then never went in meanwhile a spokesperson for the national rifle association is accusing the mainstream media of exploiting mass shootings like the one last week weekend florida and our as spokesperson dana lash addressing the conservative political conference see pack on thursday zeroed in on cnn this after she appeared at a cnn town hall debate on guns many in legacy media love mass shootings you guys now i'm not saying that you love the tragedy but i am saying that you love the ratings crying white mothers are ratings gold to you in many in the legacy media in the back i notice there is a crime wave mothers because there are thousands of grieving black mothers in chicago every weekend and you john i should have known for sanctuary cities where was the cnn town hall for jimmy alshaar senior whose son was murdered by someone who illegally entered the country and had been deported repeatedly what was his voice where was the voice of those junior rotc members last night cnn is it blades it leads doesn't it and i don't mean to ignore uaw here but i really i'm really looking at a lot of the legacy media back there on the platform you can write whatever you wanna bobby you can come finding the hallways and you can scream at the and you can try to confront the but i'm here we are here we're not going anywhere called the.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Um that the fbi was worn twice about curves and you know ray sat under establish protocols the fbi did not follow what they were supposed to do and if you're not willing to look at that as so many of the left or not it simply the nra is evil and guns must all be banned look they all cheered they all stood up they cheered wildly at the cnn town hall meeting on the one gentleman talked about all semiautomatic rifles not just assault weapons not just the air fifteen all semiautomatic rifles should be banned in this country they have stood up in cheered that's what they want this is not about too many on the left solving the problems of school shootings this is about removing the second amendment this and you and you can't have a conversation with anyone who says who's willing to ignore all of this information that authorities had authorities had all of these incidents a pattern of bait behavior that would that was clearly demonstrated here long away how do you have a conversation when people ignore that and point to the nra as the problem eight six six ninety red eye i to george with woulda in radio toll free at reserves modern at all join the conversation using the shell rotella hotline eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine red eye radio and shell rotella making your hard working journeys more manageable many americans have ignored the huge importance of a healthy heart to raise awareness and help you make part healthier choices february was declared american heart month over fifty years ago i recommend that everyone take action and do something good for your circulation and your heart you've heard me talk about superbeets superbeets concentrates on a central nutrient found in heart healthy beats it promotes the body's own natural ability to produce healthier circulation and superbeets supports healthy blood pressure levels to drinking superbeets is a small thing you can do to make a big difference so call eight hundred four eight six four zero three eight or go to redeyebeets dot com with you.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"About this are there are people in the room for other people against and honestly there were both in the room so but but the teachers are across america for the most part are coming out against this there have been one or two you that are four but mostly school superintendents teachers are saying now for of all do we really want that job on our teachers i mean they have enough to worry about they should be worrying about shaping young minds and making sure that kids are learning and yes they should be educated enough to to find and maybe note kids that are are troubled but giving them guns just seems insane you first of all you're not going to have a gun in every corner of the school so unless that person with the guy has it armed and loaded and ready to go when the shooter comes in with their automatic rifle it's kinda too late they're gonna get off some shots before a teacher can fire back and then do you really want a teacher and and a crazy person it you know in a in a shoe out and what if what if there's friendlyfire what if some other could get shot by the teacher who was trying to save the school i mean i i can't even imagine putting out on our teachers let's just let's say got one off the table folks marco rubio as i said i also get a lot of credit to he showed up to the cnn town hall and he stood there in this you know open forum with people on all four sides and he knew he was going to be in the minority there it was a cnn event and he just you know it's not like he just took a beating he listen to what they had to say he took a lot of boos he you know he stuck by his principles but i also really applaud him for be openminded he did actually on the floor of this event last night say you know i might actually be willing to change my mind on highcapacity magazines that's something he is not on board with changing his mind about a are.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Many in legacy media love mass shootings you guys lover now i'm not saying that you love the tragedy but i am saying that you love the ratings crying white mothers our ratings gold to you in many in the legacy media in the back and notice i said crime white mothers because there are thousands of grieving black mothers in chicago every weekend and you don't see town hall where's the cnn town hall was chicago whereas the cnn town hall for sanctuary cities if it bleeds it leaves doesn't it and i don't mean to ignore uaw here but i really i'm really looking at a lot of the legacy media back there on the platform and you can write whatever you want about meat and you can confiming the hallways and you can scream at me and you can try to confront the but i'm here we are here we're not going anywhere i call be i was national rifle association spokesperson dana lash at the conservative political action conference today now survivors of the school shooting in land florida have called the association's campaign donations blood money and it was one of those survivors a student by the name of emma gonzalez who coined that we call bs expression you just heard ms lash use in his speech last weekend ms gonzalez said quote politicians who sit in their gilded house and senate seats funded by the nra telling us nothing could have been done to prevent this we call bs they say tougher gun laws do not decrease gun violence we call bs unquote.
"cnn town hall" Discussed on WTMA
"And the the cnn on talk about this in the next hour the cnn town hall last night and we just rented there john lott here the uh the rider the scholar who has studied the statistics and beyond on guns and gun violence and the united states gun crime in the united states and there's a difference between gun crime and gun violence and and we're going to talk to john lot in the next hour about some of these things in the context of this this cnn this disgraceful cnn town hall dnc frenzy that was as someone will doubtless point out later on today reminiscent of the paul wellstone memorial service and let me say also cnn had they turned it into a musical did you see this that their town hall with the students from the high school and parkland florida they brought in i'm not kidding and it's at it's just crazy drama club from the high school that performed a song that an original piece of music written about the school shooting with a number of soloists and then some spoken words stuff with music in the background it was like high school shooting the musical last night it was it was disgraceful it i in their children are wonderful in the song was moving and and what cnn did to exploit the situation and then turn it into television programming make sure we've gotta musical segment they thought it was a variety show i was waiting for carol burnett to come out at the end it was it was something to uh to see i'm going to say we're going to get into that a little bit later on this morning uh we're at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five and the the question on the table and take it as you wish how did we get here this awful political discourse how did we get here and how do we get out of this this place that we find ourselves as a country you know we we've got to ignore the russian box and the democrats i think those are the two key objectives and of course we've got a problem with the.