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New York attorney general seeks to dissolve NRA

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00:45 sec | 6 d ago

New York attorney general seeks to dissolve NRA

"New York's Attorney General is looking to put the national rifle association out of business with you should James says the NRA's long felt it's invincible but an eighteen month probe revealed brazen illegality with the organization breaking nonprofit rules along with state and federal laws like diverting millions of dollars for lavish personal trips she is suing the NRA in Manhattan we are seeking an order to dissolve the NRA in its entirety at the White House that's a very terrible thing that just happened president trump defending the NRA which in turn is counter suing the Attorney General setting the stage for a drawn out legal battle Sager made Connie Washington

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Demand for jobless aid high, even as economy slowly picks up

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00:53 sec | Last month

Demand for jobless aid high, even as economy slowly picks up

"Economic activity is slowly picking up across the U. S. but a new virus Surridge is threatening to slow the recovery unemployment remains painfully hot with another one point three million Americans applying for jobless aid last week it's the seventeenth straight week the number topped one million as virus cases explode from coast to coast California Florida and other states have again closed bars and banned indoor dining making more layoffs lately though the numbers won't be reflected until next month's jobs report another cloud hanging over the economy the extra six hundred dollars and weekly jobless say the government passed in late March will expire soon a report suggests that additional money had led unemployed workers actually boost their spending above pre pandemic levels which helped fuel the economic rebound Sager made Connie Washington

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Fauci: US 'going in wrong direction' in coronavirus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Fauci: US 'going in wrong direction' in coronavirus outbreak

"Dr Anthony Fauci says he's worried as the coronavirus surges in parts of the nation it wasn't supposed to be like this after months of lockdowns and social distancing forty thousand new virus cases are being reported each day we're going in the wrong direction felt she says he wouldn't be surprised to hit one hundred thousand if things don't change because outbreaks in parts of the nation put the entire nation at risk it could get very bad about she testified at a Senate hearing yesterday on re opening schools and colleges this fall I feel very strongly we need to do whatever we can to get the children back to school but says for that and other normal activities to resume Americans must start following key recommendations on stopping the virus's spread Sager mag Connie Washington

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Trump pushes conspiracy theory about Buffalo protester

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Trump pushes conspiracy theory about Buffalo protester

"President trump is pushing an unfounded conspiracy theory about a protester in buffalo who was pushed down by police video shows seventy five year old Martin Gugino bleeding from the head as officers walk away his friends say good Gino's a veteran peace activist but the president tweets the man could be an antifa provocateur and the confrontation may have been a set up the tweet reads it fell harder than he was pushed was aiming scanner there's no evidence suggesting anything like that happened and number two Senate Republican John Funes criticizing the tweet which should only be made with facts and evidence and I have I haven't seen it yet to buffalo officers face second degree assault charges for the incident Sager made Connie Washington

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Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

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00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

"President trump says this summer's Republican convention will not be held in North Carolina after all the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor Roy Cooper a Democrat refused to guarantee the convention could be held in Charlotte without restrictions due to a coronavirus concerns Cooper told organizers the pandemic requires planning for a scaled down event with fewer people the president had been demanding a full house at Charlotte's spectrum center GOP governors in Tennessee Florida and Georgia had shown interest in hosting the convention if North Carolina fell through Sager made Connie Washington

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Trump threatens military force against protesters nationwide

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00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Trump threatens military force against protesters nationwide

"President trump is threatening to bring in the military if states don't move fast to stop violent protests in cities nationwide the president says he wants governors to deploy more National Guard troops in sufficient numbers that we dominate the streets and if they don't he says he will mobilize soldiers and quickly solve the problem we will end it now even as the president spoke in the rose garden yesterday police and national guardsmen were aggressively pushing hundreds of peaceful protesters out of Lafayette park across from the White House minutes later he walked through the park to what's known as the church of the presidents St John's episcopal which was damaged in the protests outside the president held a Bible a move denounced by the diocese of Washington's bishop Sager made Connie Washington

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Twitter warns Trump after Minneapolis tweet

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00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Twitter warns Trump after Minneapolis tweet

"President trump is taking a more aggressive tone toward protestors in Minneapolis as the violence over George Floyd's death boils over he's often stayed silent in the face of white on black violence but yesterday spoke out after seeing video of Floyd gasping for help as a white policeman pinned him to the street I feel very very belly is a very shocking sight hours later the president called protesters fox tweeting when the looting starts the shooting starts that drew a warning from Twitter which says the president violated its rules odd glorifying violence he did not remove the tweet but anybody looking for it has to click on the warning to see it Sager made Connie Washington

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Pandemic politics: Maskless Trump tours Michigan Ford plant

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00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Pandemic politics: Maskless Trump tours Michigan Ford plant

"President trump is again going after democratic governors whom he says are moving too slowly and re opening their states in Michigan where he's been clashing with governor Gretchen Whitmer the president says other state leaders are also not going fast enough in unleashing their economies I think that being forced open frankly the people want to get out you'll break the country if you don't all fifty states have now at least partially reopened man with a long holiday weekend looming house speaker Nancy Pelosi is urging Americans to be careful even if they get together with friends or family keeping our distances and not double dipping into the welcome only that would not be a good idea by the way it's never a good idea Sager made Connie Washington

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Pandemic politics: Maskless Trump tours Michigan Ford plant

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Pandemic politics: Maskless Trump tours Michigan Ford plant

"President trump is again going after democratic governors whom he says are moving too slowly and re opening their states in Michigan where he's been clashing with governor Gretchen Whitmer the president says other state leaders are also not going fast enough in unleashing their economies I think that being forced open frankly the people want to get out you'll break the country if you don't all fifty states have now at least partially reopened man with a long holiday weekend looming house speaker Nancy Pelosi is urging Americans to be careful even if they get together with friends or family keeping our distances and not double dipping into the welcome only that would not be a good idea by the way it's never a good idea Sager made Connie Washington

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Mnuchin gets sharp questions at Senate hearing

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00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Mnuchin gets sharp questions at Senate hearing

"Treasury chief Steven Mnuchin has come under sharp questioning from two Senate Democrats about the virus response at a Senate banking committee hearing Elizabeth Warren said Mnuchin's not doing enough to force companies getting money under a virus relief package to keep workers on the payroll and when he would not commit to doing that you're in charge of half a trillion dollars you're boosting your Wall Street Mnuchin had earlier pointed to the high unemployment numbers as a reason to re open the economy the large number represents real people this is why it is so important to begin bringing people back to work in a safe why Sharon brown says it doesn't look safe to him how many workers should give their lives to increase in GDP or the Dow Jones one thousand quakes Mnuchin called that unfair Sager made Connie Washington

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Mnuchin gets sharp questions at Senate hearing

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Mnuchin gets sharp questions at Senate hearing

"Treasury chief Steven Mnuchin has come under sharp questioning from two Senate Democrats about the virus response at a Senate banking committee hearing Elizabeth Warren said Mnuchin's not doing enough to force companies getting money under a virus relief package to keep workers on the payroll and when he would not commit to doing that you're in charge of half a trillion dollars you're boosting your Wall Street Mnuchin had earlier pointed to the high unemployment numbers as a reason to re open the economy the large number represents real people this is why it is so important to begin bringing people back to work in a safe why Sharon brown says it doesn't look safe to him how many workers should give their lives to increase in GDP or the Dow Jones one thousand quakes Mnuchin called that unfair Sager made Connie Washington

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White House orders masks in West Wing

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

White House orders masks in West Wing

"The as the White White the House House debate is is recommending rages taking new all nationwide steps nursing designed home over residents re to keep opening president and parts staff trump of the economy and to be others tested Pennsylvania's say for the from corona the corona virus governor virus is lashing nursing after out homes at at least counties and two the elderly positive defying have tests been shown his among shutdown people to be especially who orders work in the White susceptible House several complex to counties the virus are anyone openly vice entering rebelling president the west against pence has wing democratic told has governors now governor been on told Tom a video to wolf's wear call a restrictions mask the federal government work facial strongly after covering president recommending trump staffers weighed testing in will by be allowed all tweeting one to remove that million the great them if nursing people they're at home of least Pennsylvania residents six feet want away the from their AP colleagues freedom obtained now a recording the president of the the meeting normally himself mild in is which still coronavirus mannered not wolf expected task is to responding wear force one coordinator these the folks Deborah move comes Brooks are after choosing told vice governors to president desert to pence focus in spent the on face the testing weekend of the enemy them in self in saying the isolation next politicians two weeks after caving his press and to that the secretary virus the White House need tested to will understand help positive states the consequences that he need led a it weekly of what he call Sager calls with governors there mag Howard from ani an Washington isolated Lee act rule whilst while threatening other staffers to withhold took part state as and usual federal from funding the White to counties House situation will legally room defy his Sager order made Ghani and says Washington business owners who follow them risk losing liquor licenses certificates of occupancy and all other required approvals Sager made Connie Washington

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Pennsylvania governor: 'Cowardly' counties 'choosing to desert' virus fight

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00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Pennsylvania governor: 'Cowardly' counties 'choosing to desert' virus fight

"The as White the House debate is recommending rages all nationwide nursing home over residents re opening and parts staff of the economy to be tested Pennsylvania's for the corona virus governor is lashing nursing out homes at counties and the elderly defying have been shown his shutdown to be especially orders susceptible several to counties the virus are openly vice rebelling president against pence has democratic told governors governor on Tom a video wolf's call restrictions the federal government strongly after president recommending trump weighed testing in by all tweeting one that million the great nursing people home of Pennsylvania residents want the their AP freedom obtained now a recording of the the meeting normally mild in which coronavirus mannered wolf task is responding force coordinator these folks Deborah Brooks are choosing told governors to desert to focus in the on face testing of the enemy them in saying the next politicians two weeks caving and to that the virus the White House need to will understand help states the consequences that need it of what he Sager calls there mag Howard ani Washington Lee act whilst threatening to withhold state and federal funding to counties will legally defy his order and says business owners who follow them risk losing liquor licenses certificates of occupancy and all other required approvals Sager made Connie Washington

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Pennsylvania governor: 'Cowardly' counties 'choosing to desert' virus fight

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Pennsylvania governor: 'Cowardly' counties 'choosing to desert' virus fight

"As the debate rages nationwide over re opening parts of the economy Pennsylvania's governor is lashing out at counties defying his shutdown orders several counties are openly rebelling against democratic governor Tom wolf's restrictions after president trump weighed in by tweeting that the great people of Pennsylvania want their freedom now the normally mild mannered wolf is responding these folks are choosing to desert in the face of the enemy saying politicians caving to the virus need to understand the consequences of what he calls there Howard Lee act whilst threatening to withhold state and federal funding to counties will legally defy his order and says business owners who follow them risk losing liquor licenses certificates of occupancy and all other required approvals Sager made Connie Washington

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FDA allows emergency use of drug for coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

FDA allows emergency use of drug for coronavirus

"In normal times the food and drug administration require substantial evidence of a drug safety and effectiveness in a public health emergency though we can simply required that a drug's potential benefits outweigh its risks that's what it's doing with Gilead sciences rent does appear the first drug shown to help fight covert nineteen it's really a very promising situation president trump announced the emergency authorization in the oval office alongside Gilly add CEO Daniel o'day who says the company is donating its current stocking and ramping up production there are patients out there that can benefit from this medicine today that are hospitalized and we don't want any time to waste no drugs are actually approved for treating the virus and random severe still needs formal approval Sager made Connie Washington

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Fauci says FDA working on approving drug proven against virus

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Fauci says FDA working on approving drug proven against virus

"The Dr economy Anthony Fauci continue says sliding he's spoken into with the most the food and devastating drug administration's crisis since chief the Great about Depression getting run dem severe the to latest patients numbers I are would staggering project that we're going to another be seeing three that reasonably point eight soon million felt Americans she says filed a major for study jobless shows benefits the drug last shorten month the time about it took hospitalized a load patients would be shockingly to recover high this under is not any the total circumstances answer but by Bankrate any means dot but com's it's a very mark important Hamrick first says step it means telling a total NBC's of today more than show thirty it may million open claims the door to in other just treatments six weeks as researchers by far work the on worst vaccine layoffs to regard without record she's part of a a condom project is say called it'll operation get worse warp as employers speed keep aimed cutting at payrolls getting hundreds of summer millions projecting of vaccine the unemployment doses rate to will the public hit twenty by percent January of this month the Sager worst made in decades Ghani Washington yesterday the government reported the economy shrank in the year's first three months for the first time in six years it's expected to further contract by up to forty percent in the next three months which would easily be the worst on record Sager made Connie Washington

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Fauci says FDA working on approving drug proven against virus

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Fauci says FDA working on approving drug proven against virus

"The Dr economy Anthony Fauci continue says sliding he's spoken into with the most the food and devastating drug administration's crisis since chief the Great about Depression getting run dem severe the to latest patients numbers I are would staggering project that we're going to another be seeing three that reasonably point eight soon million felt Americans she says filed a major for study jobless shows benefits the drug last shorten month the time about it took hospitalized a load patients would be shockingly to recover high this under is not any the total circumstances answer but by Bankrate any means dot but com's it's a very mark important Hamrick first says step it means telling a total NBC's of today more than show thirty it may million open claims the door to in other just treatments six weeks as researchers by far work the on worst vaccine layoffs to regard without record she's part of a a condom project is say called it'll operation get worse warp as employers speed keep aimed cutting at payrolls getting hundreds of summer millions projecting of vaccine the unemployment doses rate to will the public hit twenty by percent January of this month the Sager worst made in decades Ghani Washington yesterday the government reported the economy shrank in the year's first three months for the first time in six years it's expected to further contract by up to forty percent in the next three months which would easily be the worst on record Sager made Connie Washington

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Jobless benefits appllications top 30 million in just six weeks

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00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Jobless benefits appllications top 30 million in just six weeks

"The economy continue sliding into the most devastating crisis since the Great Depression the latest numbers are staggering another three point eight million Americans filed for jobless benefits last month about a load would be shockingly high under any circumstances but Bankrate dot com's mark Hamrick says it means a total of more than thirty million claims in just six weeks by far the worst layoffs to regard record a condom is say it'll get worse as employers keep cutting payrolls summer projecting the unemployment rate will hit twenty percent of this month the worst in decades yesterday the government reported the economy shrank in the year's first three months for the first time in six years it's expected to further contract by up to forty percent in the next three months which would easily be the worst on record Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:57 min | 3 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"The president's pushing for the nation to reopen in general there's a hunger for getting our country back the AP obtained a recording of a call the president held with the governor's where he said some might start thinking about getting schools open because quote a lot of people are wanting to have the school openings the centers for disease control and prevention has started releasing more detailed guidelines on re opening schools restaurants and other establishments a draft list includes basic school desks 6 feet apart and canceling field trips and having restaurants use disposable plates and menus among other things Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:05 min | 3 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"For weeks the president's been the face of the near daily White House virus briefings were coming out of it and we're coming out of it well often spreading optimism amid more cautious takes from health experts the briefings have become a political liability for the president and he's now rejecting them while blasting the media today scheduled news conference is canceled the president will instead speak during an event with the retail industry officials it's part of a White House bid to move him to more familiar and perhaps safer ground talking up the economic re opening in a more tightly controlled setting that the White House briefing room Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:54 min | 4 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"Another 4.4000000 laid off workers applied for jobless benefits last week the total across 5 weeks is now roughly 26000000 people about one in 6 American workers since mid March it's easily the worst string of layoffs on record not be the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression when the unemployment rate hit 25 percent some economists say it could reach 20 percent of this month even as some states start to ease restrictions and let some businesses reopen it's unlikely to lead to much re hiring especially if Americans are too wary of leaving their homes Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:54 min | 4 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"Another 4.4000000 laid off workers applied for jobless benefits last week the total across 5 weeks is now roughly 26000000 people about one in 6 American workers since mid March it's easily the worst string of layoffs on record not be the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression when the unemployment rate hit 25 percent some economists say it could reach 20 percent of this month even as some states start to ease restrictions and let some businesses reopen it's unlikely to lead to much re hiring especially if Americans are too wary of leaving their homes Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:54 min | 4 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"Another 4.4000000 laid off workers applied for jobless benefits last week the total across 5 weeks is now roughly 26000000 people about one in 6 American workers since mid March it's easily the worst string of layoffs on record not be the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression when the unemployment rate hit 25 percent some economists say it could reach 20 percent of this month even as some states start to ease restrictions and let some businesses reopen it's unlikely to lead to much re hiring especially if Americans are too wary of leaving their homes Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:54 min | 4 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"Another 4.4000000 laid off workers applied for jobless benefits last week the total across 5 weeks is now roughly 26000000 people about one in 6 American workers since mid March it's easily the worst string of layoffs on record not be the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression when the unemployment rate hit 25 percent some economists say it could reach 20 percent of this month even as some states start to ease restrictions and let some businesses reopen it's unlikely to lead to much re hiring especially if Americans are too wary of leaving their homes Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:54 min | 4 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"Another 4.4000000 laid off workers applied for jobless benefits last week the total across 5 weeks is now roughly 26000000 people about one in 6 American workers since mid March it's easily the worst string of layoffs on record not be the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression when the unemployment rate hit 25 percent some economists say it could reach 20 percent of this month even as some states start to ease restrictions and let some businesses reopen it's unlikely to lead to much re hiring especially if Americans are too wary of leaving their homes Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:00 min | 4 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"2 pet cats in New York state are thought to have gotten the virus from people in their household toward neighborhoods the centers for disease control and prevention says there's no indication animals can transmit the virus to people but it does appear some animals can get the virus from humans the CDC recommends keeping cats inside and the dogs away from dog parks pet owners with covert 19 should wear masks around their animals and avoid touching them the 2 New York state cats are expected to recover Sager made Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:37 min | 6 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"Bloomberg hasn't been on a debate stage in 11 years and never face more than one rifle at a time during his New York may oral Roberts he'll face several tonight on the Las Vegas Strip in his team expects fellow candidates to be in attack mode tops political analyst Jeffrey berry says Bloomberg will have to keep his cool being powerful leader but not overpowering and being able to carry the attacks on him with equanimity and at the end of the night says Bloomberg needs to leave viewers who may not have seen him in years with a strong impression what to look and say yeah I could see him in the oval office Sager mag Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:51 min | 6 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"It's unclear how seriously bar has thought about stepping down or if you just tried to pressure the president into backing off his tweets which the Attorney General recently told ABC news make it impossible for him to do his job yeah but I do make his job harder I do agree with that I think that's true but the president has ignored bars request to stay out of justice department cases I'm allowed to have a voice bars been a staunch backer of the president one of his closest administration allies and his spokeswoman said last night the Attorney General has no plans to resign Sager may Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:39 min | 6 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"The Democrats don't know what the hell they're doing at an official event in Charlotte the president said they're botching of the Caucasus counties embarrassing leaving the candidates to fight over who won Alex turned out to be people that you ever held out as before leaving the White House the president also hammered congressional Democrats when asked if he could work with them after the impeachment push there's a lot of people on that side they've gone crazy and said they can put a failed impeachment hoax on their resumes saga roommate Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:27 min | 6 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"The vote on whether to remove the president will follow Wednesday and he's all but guaranteed to be acquitted still lead house impeachment manager Adam Schiff passionately pleaded with the GOP senators to find the president guilty saying the founding fathers came up with impeachment for a man just like Donald Trump whom he says betrayed the nation they gave you a remedy and they meant for you to use it but trump lawyer Jay Sekulow argues the impeachment articles are invalid and the president's speech should be decided in November not now Stanford today protect the will of the American people in their votes soccer make Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:16 min | 7 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"While leaving the White House yesterday for the World Economic Forum in Switzerland the president did not speak with reporters as he often does while walking to marine one a day earlier in Texas though he told a crowd his administration's done more than any other and what do I get out of it tell me I get impeached that's when I get out by what he calls radical left lunatics Democrats say his conduct was the founding father's worst nightmare the trouble legal team though argues it's not impeachable that is pushing the Senate to quickly dismiss what it says is that flimsy case Sager mag Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:52 min | 7 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"The president suggested over the weekend he might prefer simply tossing the charges in GOP chief Mitch McConnell's along those supporting a motion that would do just that as GOP lawmakers privately talk though it seems clear the motion does not have enough back the series Roy blunt a part of the Republican leadership team says members think both sides need to be heard Susan Collins Mitt Romney and others are behind an effort to ensure there are plans to eventually consider voting to call witnesses at a trial McConnell's also against that but it's a key democratic demand house speaker Nancy Pelosi will meet with members today to discuss the timing of moving the impeachment process to the Senate Sager mag Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:22 min | 8 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"It's a very rare as it should be presidential historian Barbara Perry says the nation should try to avoid removing a democratically elected president unless absolutely warranted we present you not just with high crimes and misdemeanors but a constitutional crime in progress Democrat Jamie Raskin says the president's already subverted democracy and is still trying to invite foreign election interference the majority is seeking to remove the president over something that didn't happen Republican Tom Cole says there's no reason to impeach the president who says the Democrats are doing what they say he did abusing power the whole impeachment thing is a hoax Sager make Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:11 min | 8 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"For years the president's insisted the probe was illegitimate it's a terrible which shot but the justice watchdog says the FBI it was justified in opening the probe and did not act with political bias despite what he calls serious failures by those higher up in the bureau's chain of,nd puts these conspiracy theories to rest once and for all while top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says the president's absurd claim is now debunked it is incredible far worse than I would have ever thought possible the president's not backing off saying some in the F. B. I. tried to overthrow the government and got caught Attorney General William Barr still says the probe was improper as does the prosecutor he's tab to do a separate review Sager make Connie Washington

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"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:06 min | 8 months ago

"connie washington" Discussed on AP News

"The highly anticipated report says while there were serious performance failures in the F. B. I.'s chain of,nd the bureau did not act with political bias that undercuts president trump's claims that the probe was an illegitimate which hot still he's claiming a win this was an attempted overthrow and a lot of people were in on it and they got caught Attorney General William Barr is also rejecting the conclusion the president says he's not looking forward to a report from John Dora the federal prosecutor bar hand picked to do a separate review Doran has already said he also disagrees with the watchdogs conclusion Sager mag Connie Washington

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