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Ghana Becomes 1st Country To Get COVAX Vaccine Doses
"Was a milestone day and the ambition effort to get two billion doses of vaccine to the developing world. Cynthia mcfadden with it. It's called the margin logistical undertaking in history in the wee hours of this morning it finally began today. We're in ghana. And this is really a historic moment. As six hundred thousand doses of the astra zeneca vaccine arrived in the african nation. The first vaccine to be delivered as part of a msa effort led by the world health organization and unicef called kovacs to send at least two billion doses of vaccine to the world's poorest nations if one country is left unvaccinated this disease will bounce back and forth. The vaccine was shipped directly from the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world. in india. In each of the kovacs countries healthcare workers will be the first to be inaugurated. Hundreds of thousands of syringes also arrived in ghana ship from a massive unicef warehouse in dubai. Meanwhile overnight one hundred thousand syringes arrived in the maldives which will soon get their vaccine allotment. Certainly a down payment on hope but consider this so far about two hundred million. Vaccines have been administered. But nearly half of those two only two countries china and the us leaves more than one hundred countries that haven't administered a single
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on WTOP
"Former Vice President Joe Biden are using the little time they have left before the election day to barn Storm the battleground states. Biden finishes his night with rallies in Pittsburgh with Lady Gaga. Resident Trump is holding events in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Joining us live NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt Lester. Here we are on the evil. Last year in a battleground state. Look out. There's a campaign coming near you. They're pulling out the stops, obviously trying to hit those states to carve up that electoral path to victory. And what are the candidatesfinal messages? Well, Donald Trump. I mean surprising. Many continues to talk about Dr Fauci, which many people find kind of an odd way to close, But he continues to play down the Corona virus on DH used the term rounding the curve. He intends to repeat messages for their strength. On. That seems to be his message, while Joe Biden just the opposite. Also talking about the Corona virus, but criticizing the president's statements about that and noting that, um, you know, he certainly wouldn't fire doctor found me, but he would hire him. You talk more about that? What have you learned about whether found she could be removed from his job by the president. Well, it sounds like something the president couldn't do directly, but he could certainly use his influence in this argument of this question came up again after at one of the president's rallies, the crowd began shouting, shouting Fire! Found! Chief Fire! Fancy! And the president said, You know, wait a little bit after the election, suggested that he might try to do that. Eso whether he has the power to directly fireman, not it's clear that Douchey has lost confidence in the president dies. So, Lester. You know, Over the years we've heard about election interference. A lot of people don't really trust the polls is some of that based on misinformation, some based on the fact that there were issues with the Postal Service and NBC's senior legal and investigative correspondent, Cynthia McFadden has a report on this tonight and whether people can trust our polling system. What do you know? Yes, she was She really taps into this thing in a polish over 40% of Americans are not confident. The election results will be counted accurately, and that's just a symptom of what we've seen. And she kind of really articulated in a story tonight about just the growing loss of trust in this country, and she can take the historical perspective on it. And also some of the signs that maybe maybe we'll be reversing it. But clearly right now on this divisive time trust it's something in very short supply. Lester Rest up. That's the best you can. You got a long few days ahead. OK, Thank you. That's NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt catching tonight. Seven on NBC for tuning tomorrow night is Lester Anchors NBC special election coverage again. It starts at seven o'clock tomorrow evening. It was a very nice day on Wall Street will have the numbers and talk some sports in just a minute..
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Can be Count Lester. Cynthia McFadden, thank you in just sixty seconds on the trail of the so-called murder. Hornets. Back. Now, with the first nest of so-called murder, Hornets found in the US Gotti Schwartz now goes inside the mission to destroy it. In. Washington state the search for an invasive species by what looked like invaders from space an army of biologists honing in on murder horns, stunning futuristic protective suits, and armed with plastic kitchen wrap a two by four and high-tech vacuum. A lot of Hornets in. There more we armor face facemasks, extra protection against the giant Asian Hornet, packing a massive. Stinger, and the ability to spit venom dangerous species known for decapitating bees by the thousands and taking over their hives found in a tree. It's the first murder Hornet nest to be discovered in the United States. How zeroed in on the colony borders on Scifi. By using radio signals these send out we can track where they are space for weeks. Researchers were frustrated. Trying to tie tiny trackers on the Hornets with dental floss losing some in the process until finally success. For now, scientists are hoping that the population of Murder Hornets is isolated to a small area in the Pacific northwest, but it might not be the only one we found one. But who knows what else out there? GOTTI SCHWARTZ ABC News. All. Right up next the alarming new Kovic Heart, warning? Back now, with the new warning about a surprising complication from covert nineteen, heart damage and Thompson now with the critical signs. Getting coded this summer changed sixty-six-year-old Mary sherline Brooks's life I only expected to attack my loan. Not, my heart hospitalized for three days. Brooks developed a heart flutter went home and a week later suffered heart failure. It was like a domino effect for me today New York's Mount Sinai Hospital reported sixty three percent of hospitalize covid patients studied had heart damage that could lead to heart attacks, pulmonary embolism and heart inflammation. We know the COVID is a disease of the lungs but how does it impact heart? I is directly by spreading from the lungs into the heart and the second. is indirectly by causing a whole body inflammatory response that can damage the heart. In Washington, Dr Cyrus had DDC's this impatience both with a history of heart trouble and those without most concerning for us is that we see many patients where young healthy and have never had pre existing heart conditions the warning signs, heart palpitations, and extreme shortness of breath. Now, medication is helping Brooks. I feel fine as researchers try to figure out if Cova damage to the heart is permanent and Thomson? NBC News..
The Suitcase Murder
"My name is Meghan Sacks criminologist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In simplest terms criminology is the scientific study of what causes crime and how the criminal justice system. Response. To crime. Ridden about twenty, five true crime books over the years and I think many maguire is perhaps one of the most interesting ones and baffling. This is Melanie. McGuire arrested today minutes after dropping offer children in daycare. Melanie, McGuire a New Jersey nurse was accused of killing her husband cutting up his body and throwing it into the Chesapeake Bay. In two thousand, seven, what was being called? The suitcase murder trial was generating an enormous amount of media attention, not just in New Jersey, but all across the country three bazaar discoveries, three separate suitcases, all containing human remains the woman who is on trial for her very life. She says the real truth behind the crime has never been revealed with no history of violence and no apparent motive for murder. Could she really have done it? She was this beautiful young nurse and they were the seemingly normal middle class couple and the murder happened in such a grisly way. The idea that this beautiful nurse could have actually killed her husband and then cut him up is just incredible. Of course, they were salacious aspects. Maguire is a nurse and prosecutors say she had an affair with a doctor. She didn't fit the profile I. Guess of a murderer over the years and colleagues of ours have come to me and said, you know Melanie McGuire proclaims her innocence and to tell her story I started thinking Oh maybe there is a little more to this case than what you see on the surface and then the idea podcast came up and I was all in on direct appeal examined the murder conviction of Melanie, McGuire him following a highly publicized trial looking at the evidence that was presented and the evidence that may have seemed insignificant at the time before own conclusion about Melanie's guilt. We hear at ABC have our own history with the Melanie. McGuire case back in two thousand, seven ABC's Cynthia McFadden had the first on camera interview at the mother of two on trial for murdering her husband. Who was the Melanie? McGuire you hope to jury. knows. The one who tried to take care of everybody. Who didn't make the smartest decisions but admitted to those mistakes? To the people she trusted most. But. Did Not admit what what she's acute stuff. I have been incarcerated for twelve and a half going on thirteen years now. Do. You still insist that you're innocent. Absolutely. You're sitting here. A wrongfully convicted person. Correct. Absolutely and what have those years spend like? I tell people. It's not as bad as you think in some ways and it's so much worse than I could ever articulate in others. After all these years I. Still feel her I still feel bothered. I still feel like how could somebody think? That I did that. This whole saga begins on May. Fifth two thousand four with an odd discovery in Virginia Beach. Early morning a couple of fishermen and the kids are out on a boat by the Chesapeake Bay. Me and my friend Don Connors was going to go out fishing and we both had days off D. or Don. We Call Them D. said, keep his kids out of school. We're GONNA take him fishing. Everybody was excited. We went right out this bridge here. and to keep on going you run right in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. In the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel is seventeen and a half miles long. It really is quite astonishing. It connects the eastern shore of Virginia to Virginia Beach has two tunnels, two shipping channels, and then once you get on the other side, you go North into Maryland Delaware New Jersey.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Keeping the faith and passing it on this time to shine and to help the vulnerable Cynthia McFadden. Nbc News and up next the new hope for critical patients. All right welcome back joining us. Now is our medical correspondent Dr John Torres John. The FDA is allowing a trip that essentially uses the blood of people who've recovered from the virus to help others exactly. How does this work so less? There's called convalescent plasma and it's been used in past pandemics. The idea is when a patient recovers from Krona. Virus through blood has antibodies. That can be used on a patient. That's currently infected. This is not FDA approved but they are allowing doctors to use it on a case by case basis but only for the sickest patients. It's not a cure. But it's a therapy that can be used in the interim while we wait for medicines to be approved in the next three to four months in a vaccine hopefully a year Mount Sinai hospital here in New York is telling me they plan to start using this treatment in the next few weeks. All right good to hear all right. Thanks John Next. The power of making people smile finally Kristen Dogar at how some kids are bringing a smile to people feeling vulnerable and alone at a time when many are feeling helpless some long island kids are doing all they can to help. Hi Everyone I hope you're doing well and I will be seeing some of the rainbow transporting local senior citizens on lockdown to a happier place sending videos and pictures through a program called made you smile. They say a song can bring people together tonight. That may be more true than ever. I appreciate you are my sunshine for kids. End Seniors a ray of light in even the darkest times say healthy by Kristen Dahlgren. Nbc News New York. Well they made me smile and we certainly appreciate them and a note tomorrow on Today Savannah Guthrie Interviews Fed. Sherman Jerome Powell. That's nightly news. I'm Lester thank you for watching. Please take care of yourself at each other..
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Today telling us their biggest issue is changed at the talk. Mr Trump the White House. That's my number one issue unfold. Why you've your arms beat so let's we are getting results in the race is still too early to call? But here's what we know. So far senator. Sanders is in the lead with twenty seven percent of the vote followed by people to judge. He gets twenty four percent of the vote. And then close behind Amy Klobuchar. She's got twenty percent of the vote. And then here's another another big headline Lester. Both Biden and wore neither of them have enough votes to get delegates tonight Chris and thank you very much. Cut Up Bernie Sanders here in Manchester this afternoon where we talked about his ground game and address the candidate not on the ballot here Michael Bloomberg who is nonetheless casting a big shadow ato on the Democratic race. What's it like in a primary where the expectations are very high for you? We're feeling good because we have many thousands thousands of volunteers in this state who have knocked on hundreds of thousands of doors. And I believe the way you win especially in smaller states like the Hampshire and Iowa and we got knocking. Oh come on doors. Making the phone calls person to person contact. And we've done that here in the states. I hope was a good turnout and with a little bit of luck. We'll do well. Mike Bloomberg factor. He's not on the ballot here but he's spending a lot of money here. You think so with money just a little bit and a lot of people are talking about the Bloomberg factor. You're thinking this is what I think I mean you know Mike Bloomberg and anybody else has every right in the world to run for president of the United States but but I got a real problem with multi-billion as literally buying elections and his view is. Hey I'm worth sixty billion dollars. I can spend hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars on TV ads. Hey vote for me. Make President exactly. The problem with American. Politics regrets his well. I don't begrudge wealth but I do begrudge a billion ethic and he can buy the election. There's been a lot of talk about this. Unity because of the sniping back and forth between you and bondage and Biden is party unity your concern right now or is simply winning as many states. Both the you know at the end of the day I think doc virtually all democrats and a heck of a lot of independence understand. It is absolutely imperative. We defeat the most dangerous president in the modern history of this country. Somebody who is not only a pathological liar. Somebody who's running a corrupt administration. But somebody frankly was a racist. A sexist sexist homophobic xenophobic a religious bigot. Talk to those voters who voted for Donald Trump. Maybe right now looking for an excuse not to vote for. They hear the word socialist. They hear the word revolution and it scares them. What do you say to them in? Two Thousand and sixteen trump ran as a friend of the working families of this country. He lied so what I would say to. Those people. Many of them are hurting many of them work. Along rows wages many of them have seen their jobs go to China. You know Mexico check my record. I have a lifetime of service and fighting for the working class of this country. I asked the senator under about his ability to execute his ambitious agenda. If elected any insisted to me that he can make deals and he defended his ability to reach across the aisle to make those deals. There's nothing quite like being on the ground for election hearing from voters and candidates but we also wanted tonight to give you a look behind the scenes of our decision desk vital part of our election operation down in New York. Cynthia McFadden is there Cynthia. What our teams looking out for tonight? Hi Lester as you know. We had to go through a lot of levels in order to get permission for me to come behind this velvet rope. That's because inside this room sequestered. NBC's decision desk and they don't talk to anybody while they're making sure that they can announce a winner with confidence. John Lipinski is the king of this kingdom. John do thank you. You guys still haven't called Iowa Woah. We need to hit the ninety nine point five percent threshold actually make a projection or to put a check mark and we never met that in Iowa. When did you expect it's going to happen? We are going to wait until the party finishes counting the vote New Hampshire tonight. New Hampshire is a different story I expect us to actually make a projection and we're looking for a couple of things We want to see who turns out. It's very important. Ah also New Hampshire retail politics place. So it's really important to see over these last few days anybody picked up momentum. We just had a debate there. And we're GONNA see tonight and how to exit polls figure into what you all get one of the interesting things. We have hundreds of people actually interviewing voters as they're leaving the voting booth and they'll give us an early indication you've got PhD's all Pata the focus here. We have experts across the board and lots of Pizza Pizza Pizza that cycle so lester. That is the word from the decision desk tonight. So far we're going to be hearing hearing from them of course throughout the evening back to you all right. Lots of numbers crunching. Tonight's anthea. Thanks as we mentioned a few minutes ago Michael Bloomberg has suddenly emerged as a real force in this campaign but his Andrea Mitchell reports. It's also putting the former mayor under sharper. Scrutiny notching symbolic victory as New Hampshire's first votes were cast at midnight. Good Night Mike. Bloomberg's name was written on both Democratic and Republican ballots despite skipping the early states Bloomberg soaring to third place in a national poll. I'm Mike Bloomberg is blanketing the airwaves with nearly three hundred million dollars in ads now siphoning off critical African American support from Joe Biden after this this ad featuring Barack Obama been a leader throughout the country vice president. What about the decline in black support African Americans going bully only Mike Bloomberg? He don't believe I don't know who I am but Bloomberg is now a target with leaked audio from a twenty fifteen speech each defending his controversial police policy of stop and Frisk later ruled unconstitutional. Yeah I posted by Bernie Sanders supporter. It was tweeted today by President Trump. who also wrote Wild Bloomberg is a total racist before deleting it but I put something out and it was so it was pretty nasty and I thought I'm looking to bring the country together? Not Divide the country for the Bloomberg had disavowed stop and Frisk days before announcing announcing his run by realized then I was wrong and I'm sorry unless tonight Bloomberg issued a statement that he took too long to understand the impact on minorities but adding Mr President. I'm not going to let you bully me or anyone else. In America comes a lot of attention of all kinds lot alright intrinsic. Thank you a stunning turn. The Roger Stone case the Justice Department backpedaling on the recommended sentence for the convicted trump ally hours after the president. It called it. Unfair now all four prosecutors resigning from the case are Peter Alexander's at the White House. Late tonight all four federal prosecutors prosecutors on the Roger Stone case have quit one resigning from the Justice Department altogether after the department undercut their recommended. Sentence Stone is scheduled to be sentenced next week for lying to Congress in the Russia investigation. Just yesterday those career prosecutors recommended he gets seven to nine years behind bars but late tonight. An extraordinary rebuke from top Justice Department officials overseen by Attorney General William Bar the DOJ in a filing calling the initial recommendation excessive and unwarranted. Leaving it up to the judge to decide the move igniting questions about political interference because it came just hours after president. Trump tweeted tweeted overnight blasting. The sentence prosecutors initially recommended as horrible and very unfair the presently tonight denying he had anything to do with it but it attacking the prosecutors. The guest the same muller people put everybody through hell and I think it's a disgrace tonight tonight. A former top justice department official calling it shocking. A break glass. In case of fire moment for the Department and Tonight in the Oval Office when pressed by reporters orders president trump refused to say whether he planned to Commute Roger. Stone's sentence Lester. Peter Peter Alexander the White House. Thank you we'll be right back in sixty seconds atkins with breaking news actor Jesse Small Ed facing new charges for reporting a hate crime attack authorities say was staged and the megamerger in the phone business. And how it might affect you the meet the press. Chuck Todd Cast. It's an insider's take on politics..
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The delay has to do with the coding issue collected through the Democrats new phone app NBC legal correspondent Cynthia McFadden either we knew last night by five thirty that at least twelve the carcass chairs were unable to use the app it turned out to be a lot more than that they went to the phone and the phone didn't work so the democratic candidates trooped off to New Hampshire without knowing the caucus results officials for the trump administration say the theme of the president's state of the union address tonight will be optimistic White House officials say that the theme of tonight's speech will beat the great American come back and should cover things like the blue collar boom but the White House is touting as the recent trade deal with China and the U. S. M. C. A. the president is also expected to address working families healthcare immigration and finally an update on national security guests of the First Lady are expected to include an army veteran who suffered from PTSD and the border patrol agent responsible for immigration operations on our southern border Mike Bauer NBC news radio you can hear president trump state of the union address tonight at nine on seventy seven W. A. B. C. and W. A. B. C. radio dot com the battle over convicted sex offender Jeffrey of students the state continues the AG for the Virgin Islands wants to seize up seems to private islands and put a lien on them prosecutors say obscene use the islands to abuse and traffic hundreds of young women and girls his the state is fighting the lanes at sting hang themselves last August in a Manhattan federal jail cell new Yorkers who work overnight shifts and live far from subway stations may soon get in over or lift ride home W. A. B. C.'s Austin marks with that the MTA is talking with ride Cher companies about serving areas where transit is not easily accessible especially late at night the agency studying areas where people like this guy live more than a half a mile from a subway station wake up the next up it will be very helpful it's unclear exactly how the pilot program would work but the MTA is asking companies like uber and lift to submit proposals census figures show a growing number of new Yorkers commuting between midnight and five AM I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. ABC news Wall Street is searching the Dow up four hundred eighty four points the nasdaq up a hundred eighty nine or two percent the S. and P. of fifty five points in sports the islanders host the Dallas Stars tonight and the devil so's the Canadiens and.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Hey, this is the first time I've heard of any of this from Joe Biden, why didn't I know this tonight at one point during the nine to ten hour eastern time. I looked up Fox News MSNBC CNN were all at the same time. Doing some version of the Joe Biden's past story. And to me that should be a warning inside the Biden camp. You're right about his age, Brian. He was elected to the Senate begins over the Senate before I was born. And I'm not that much of a spring chicken. So look, I think Joe Biden has been on for the Democratic Party on the right and wrong side of pretty much every issue over the course of his career in some ways that means that he's going to have all that examined as a as a presidential candidate. If he gets in. You know on the other side of things for most Democrats. He has to the extent he's evolved these evolved in the direction that they would want him to evolve in I think right now what you've seen with a shared Brown deciding not to run with Mike blooberg deciding not to run with Hickenlooper saying he's not a capitalist with this west to the left. I think a lot of democratic candidates sort of frayed of the power of the left on Twitter. I mean, they seem to be more afraid of Twitter than they are actual voters. I think what you've got right now is a big opening for whether it's Biden or somebody else to to run in sort of a centre-left path an Obama light path if you will. And so I think Biden if he runs is going to try to do that. And maybe him maybe somebody else, but I think there's going to be plenty of opportunity for somebody. That says look the left is is going to hard left. And maybe the Republican side isn't isn't good for Democrats? And I think. That's kind of message you'll hear from Biden. Of course, as a friend of mine said the Democrats are uniquely equipped to eat their young, and they're old in the run up to the general election. Jonathan Allen Philip Elliott can't thank you gentlemen, for joining us and staying up late with us on a Friday night at the end of yet another consequential week as we like to say and coming up what made today different from every other day on the calendar when we continue. Last thing before we go tonight is about what today was in this time zone. Just under three minutes remain in International Women's Day. It was observed around the world in ways big and small today, but our own favourite was this report filed by our own Cynthia McFadden about a very particular and powerful demographic fashions hot new covergirl ninety seven year old iris app fell who just signed with a top modeling agency this reprieve before it has eighty five year old Justice lupita Ginsburg, who's become something of a cultural rockstar. Women are being seen and heard in greater numbers. I can't do it anymore. Joe though, the Oscar alluded her close. Seventy-one you will blend close won a Golden Globe. I'm thinking if my mom. Who really supplemented herself to my father her whole life, and in her eighty she said to me, I feel I haven't a conscious accomplished anything, and it was so not right? What's going on? Well, part of its demographic women are living longer the average lifespan Eighty-one five years longer than men women were also healthier and have more income than in any. Previous generation many women who grew up in the sixties and seventies were passionate advocates for women's rights. Tech little surprise..
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"What he's feeling Mary's? He's agonizing over this, but I think he has reached the proper conclusion. As I literally believe him to be meditating out loud. You cannot put a person onto the supreme court who says, things like what goes around comes around that this is all a conspiracy. It goes back to the Clintons. It goes back who knows how far but that partisan anger, his enraged behavior directed at the left at the interest groups. Might there be a possibility that a supreme court Justice will have to decide issues that it Volve liberal interest groups? Of course, there is. And so putting someone in that position of power who. Who has a motive for revenge and all, but stated that that it's coming. I think he understands the importance of the institution, the integrity of the court. We have a lot of ideologists on in the congress. We have people like Lindsey, Graham who are followers, not not leaders. We have precious few people that are institutionalists who put the institutions. I, the institutions of the country where every looker under assault, they're under assault by Trump. They're under assault by Mitch McConnell. They're under assault through the complicity, the acquiescence, the silence, the cowardice of a corrupted political class. And I think Jeff flake is saying, stop the institutions matter. It is a profoundly conservative sentiment conservatism at its best defense. These institutions, Jeff flake. Is a conservative, the two women senators or moderates. But I think all three of them are institutionalists and we're going to see who stands up to defend the institutions, Steve Schmidt. Thank you for sharing your opinions and spending part of your Tuesday night with us. We always appreciate it right to be with you, Brian. Thank you coming up for us a rare public admission from politician who it turns out has something in common with so many Americans that we learned today. That story when we come right back. Tonight, a guy who has repeatedly been called a rising star in the Democratic Party has gone public with a private battle. Jason candor, an army veteran turned politician, has taken himself out of the race for mayor in Kansas City. He said it's time for him to get some help after struggling for eleven years with post traumatic stress from his military service. Our report on this tonight comes from NBC news correspondent Cynthia McFadden. Jason, can-do is thirty seven years old. And today he made a very hard decision and brave one. He will not run for mayor of Kansas City. It's the reason that is John national attention in an open letter released today, candor and Afghanistan. War veteran says he has post traumatic stress disorder after eleven years of trying to outrun depression and PTSD symptoms. He writes, I have finally concluded that it's faster than me that I have to stop running, turn around and confront. It candor joined the military after nine eleven moment. I just decided instead of putting that in the someday category, I was going to just do that. I was going to serve my country, but tonight admit that service is left him needing help. Candor is not alone about eight million Americans in any given year. We'll have PTSD and between eleven and twenty percent of veterans, some experts believe the number may actually be much higher candor writing. I was afraid of the stigma. I was thinking about what it could mean for my political future. If someone found out so much worse, he says last week he called the VA for help. I found myself on the phone with the VA's veterans crisis line tearfully conceding that yes, I have had suicidal thoughts and it wasn't the first time. I think it's incredibly important that he's come forward with us because it gives veterans permission to give voice to what they're suffering from, and that mental illness is as real as any other form of illness. Tonight candor has a message if you're struggling with something similar, it's okay. It doesn't make you less of a person. In fact, what Jason
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Before we go here tonight, rob Goldstone is giving interviews and telling people what it's like to testify before the Muller grand jury. When we first learned of him and camera crews, I caught up with him. He was initially portrayed as a rather foppish and even Flintstone Ian figure until the realization that he played a serious and consequential role in the Trump Russia case. The British born former newspaper reporter runs a PR firm mostly representing musicians and the Miss Universe pageant in Moscow 2013, put him into the Trump orbit. It was Goldstone who wrote the Email on behalf of the Russians who wanted to meet with Donny junior to share dirt on Hillary Clinton that cemented rob Goldstone's role in the Muller investigation. It got him an invitation to appear before the grand jury in Washington, which he has now done. And when he sat down with NBC news correspondent Cynthia McFadden, he described what that process is like. It's terrifying even if you believe you've done. Absolutely nothing wrong. No lawyer, no lawyer. I was picked up by two FBI agents and driven to an underground entrance. How big around the room is like a lecture room in college. The Twenty-three grand jurors out them, I would say they range probably from late twenties, early thirties to fifties, black, white. Let's see. No Goldstone said the powerful Russians he represented were excited about Mr. Trump back then five years ago because Trump had good things to say about Vladimir Putin and about them at a time when nobody had anything good to say about either Vladimir Putin or Russia. That is our broadcast for this Monday night as we begin a new week. Thank you so very much for being here with us. Good night from NBC news headquarters here in New York..
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good morning, Mike. Good morning. Good morning, Michael and some interesting Russia investigation news this morning. The man who set up the infamous Trump Tower meeting July twenty sixteen admits it was set up to deliver dirt on Hillary Clinton. Ron Goldstone tells NBC's Cynthia McFadden he wanted to deliver damaging information to the Trump campaign on Clinton, but it was a dirty offer. Yes, it was a dirty offer that they accept. Yes. That is true. That didn't materialize. But yes, it's the willingness to accept it evenly know that my then we know this already. It's the first time that somebody is admitted that it was about the Hillary Clinton information. Maybe they all defended that it was about adoptions. Wasn't that matter these emails that it's the dirt on Clinton? I dunno adoption. That's how I got into the meeting, and then when it turned out to be about Clinton never like, nah, not going anywhere in this guy saying from the gecko was a setup in regards to the Clinton emails or the Clinton information, even though the dirt didn't materialize Goldstone says Donald Trump junior was very happy to accept the dirt that he thought was coming. A second woman has come forward claiming they were sexually assaulted by supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. Deborah Rodriguez says they were freshmen at Yale when a drunken cavenaugh exposed himself to her. The story was written for the New Yorker, Ronan Farrow, and he admits to good Morning America. There were no witnesses. Absolutely. And we disclose that upfront. And we also disclosed that she was rated at the time. And I think the fact that she took several days to consider and really carefully. Make sure that she had evidently basis for this. And other people were backing her account who had heard at the time been told speaks well of her level of caution. This is unbelievable. Just because our well, we admit there are no witnesses. But just because we disclosed that we can. Go with the allegation anyway. Yeah. At this point. I mean, it would seem as though that's definitely something that should be further investigated. Right. And especially the according to reports there were people there. Nobody was willing to step forward. And either answer the telephone call from Ronan Farrow, and the guys that the New Yorker or respond to any of the questions. So there were people there, perhaps, you know, couldn't get confirmation. We're just going to say we couldn't get confirmation. So we're going to publish the allegation. Anyway, the FBI can get Sal come get to the bottom of this month..
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"And everything else tonight a spectacular display of nature's power in the air on the ground now out at sea and miguel joins us now miguel i know year in a safe place but tell me what it feels like to be that close lesser you can certainly feel the heat and the power at times the ground here shakes these guys irs of lava or shooting more than one hundred feet into the air we're in a residential neighborhood that's a concern we're also less than a quarter mile away from geothermal plant if this met that it would certainly be a disaster and leicester all of this lava is pouring right into the ocean bringing back those toxic air concerns you spoke about earlier it is incredible image behind you mcgill amateur thank you none of a highpowered help joining the fight against our country's deadly opioid crisis he only took on big tobacco forcing a multibillion dollar settlement now he has his sights set on a new target the pharmaceutical industry and bc cynthia mcfadden has more on our series one nation overdosed attorney mike moore did would even his mother thought was impossible one two hundred forty six billion dollar judgement against big tobacco the most historic public hills achievement in in history for his role in that victory memorialize in the movie the insider in which he played himself michael moore he's now putting that experience to work against big pharma charging that opioid manufacturers are largely responsible for the raging epidemic you've call the tobacco industry the most corrupt and evil corporate animal that's ever been created in this country's history that's right what do you say about big pharma their pre evil and basically they did the same thing that tobacco companies did they loud about the addictive nature of the opioids and then they went out and marketed these things and told doctors everywhere okay it say and it's created this huge opioid epidemic i mean they're three million opioid addicts out there in the country right now most of whom began with prescriptions eighty percent of them more calls out one company in particular purdue pharma for videos like this one the right of diction amongst pain patients who are treated by.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Trump organization we'll have it for you after this tonight we wanted to bring you an extraordinary story produced and reported by nbc news this week and like so much of what we've been talking about this week this one involves russia it involves immigration and specifically something called birth tourism women coming here from other countries giving birth in the us so their children can be born legally as us citizens as nbc news senior investigative and legal correspondent cynthia mcfadden found out many of these women are russian and many of them choose an interesting location in this country as their base of operations these russian women all came to miami to give birth as a result their babies are american citizens that's right russian mothers american babies i'm land such step of mom who want to give a child the best what i can do and the best is it american passport to give birth in miami a status symbol back in russia while the practice is controversial it's perfectly legal the fourteenth amendment to the constitution makes anyone born on american soil an american citizen if american citizen american passport is a big bless for the baby why why not among the plusses these kids will have the right to live and work here receive social services and when they turned 21 they'll have the right to sponsor their parents for an american green card what are the only place just about that stupid enough the deal as a candidate donald trump called for an end to birthright citizenship declaring it the biggest magnet for illegal immigration you want to get rid of references you have to get rid of this you have to what they're doing they're having a baby in all of a sudden nobody no choice but ironically condo buildings.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Being pushed i'm glad news busters cut this brother in a why this is being pushed by the media because it's about socialist socialism will make you happy nbc's today show now let me ask you a question these people who work the embassy today show the main hosts the nb embassy today's show earn twenty million dollars fifteen million dollars even the reporters are in hundreds of thousands if not the low millions do you not find it pathetic that they're out here pushing socialism when in fact in their own lives they would have nothing to do with socialism this is matt lauer say i only want to earn whatever teacher aren't i only want the kind of health care that everybody else hat does matt lauer say there how about cynthia mcfadden does she say that when she said contract negotiations did she say i only want to earn with a firefighter a police officer and sets it nothing more i believe in iran and trusting government isn't that amazing coming from the media is a fine tire purpose of freedom of the press in the first amendment is we don't trust government and the media are supposed to be our watchdogs the media are schizophrenic on this right they trash trump they trash conservatives they even trash republicans when it comes to obama the praetorian guard they protect and even when he's out of office they protect the things he created like obamacare like the iran deal but you're only supposed to believe in big government you see when the big government leftists are running bay government when anybody else wrenching it can't trust it the danes they trust their government we americans are smarter were skeptical where sinica trust but verify why we will outlive the danes when push comes to shove no fence i'll be right back month over.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"In denmark can get a year off pain hey why why why why should you get a year off pay by somebody else you know that meet somebody else's paying for that somebody else's paying for that if you have a child is the child fundamentally your responsibility shouldn't you want your child to be your responsibility not somebody else's responsibility if you want to have a child you should be prepared to take the time off to take care of the child or family member should assist this is really incredible go ahead there is a feeling here in denmark that nothing too bad will ever happen to you the danes trust air pay enormously high tax that danes trust their government they pay enormously high taxes tell me how many things to the danes invent they trust their government go ahead dan is born with the right to free healthcare free education through college comfortable retirement they're freeing to pursue a job that meets their passions in their interest and do you know why this is being pushed i'm glad and his busters cut this brother in a why this is being pushed by the media because it about socialism socialism will make you happy nbc's today show now let me ask you a question these people who work the embassy today show the main hosts the end the embassy today show earn twenty million dollars fifteen million dollars even the reporters earn hundreds of thousands if not the low millions do you not find it pathetic that they're out here pushing socialism when in fact in their own lives they would have nothing to do with socialism does matt lauer say i only want to earn whatever a teacher aren't i only want the kind of health care that everybody else has this matt lauer say there how about cynthia mcfadden to she say that when she said contract negotiations does she say i only want to earn with a firefighter a police officer and sets it nothing more i believe in iran and trusting government isn't that amazing coming from the media is a fine tire purpose of freedom of the press in the first amendment is we don't trust government and the media are supposed to be our watchdogs the media are schizophrenic on this right they trash trump they trash conservatives they even trash republicans when it comes to obama the.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on WTMA
"Go ahead and while some studies show the average american clocks in over fifty hours a week here on average they were thirty seven hours while don't have to worry so much about childcare in denmark and get a year off paid paid why why why why should you get an era of pay by somebody else you know that meet somebody else's paying for that somebody else's paying for that if you have a child is the child fundamentally your responsibility shouldn't you want your child to be your responsibility not somebody else's responsibility if you want to have a child you should be prepared to take the time off the take care of the child or family member should assist this is really incredible go ahead here's a feeling here in denmark that nothing too bad will ever happen to you the danes trust them pay enormously high taxes that danes trust their government they pay enormously high taxes tell me how many things to the danes invent they trust their government go ahead dan is born with the right to free healthcare free education through college comfortable retirement they're freeing to pursue a job that meets their passions in their interests and do you know why this is being pushed i'm glad news busters cut this brother you know why this is being pushed by the media because it about socialism socialism will make you happy so nbc's today show now let me ask you a question these people who work the embassy today show the main hosts of the nb embassy today show earn twenty million dollars fifteen million dollars even the reporters are in hundreds of thousands if not the low millions do you not find it pathetic that they're out here pushing socialism when in fact in their own lives they would have nothing to do with socialism this is matt lauer say i only want to earn whatever a teacher aren't i only want the kind of health care that everybody else hat this matt lauer say there how about cynthia mcfadden to she say that when she's in contract negotiations did she say i only want to earn with a firefighter police officer and sets it nothing more i believe in nevada and trusting government isn't that amazing coming from the media is a fine tire purpose.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It is kind of amazing christie of a much smaller amount of people apart mashhad deletion in then any way toward the guy who was filming the report had like a rigged up thing and he was on the front of cynthia mcfadden's bike leaning i'll he'd earlier unlike how did they even harder to do that so anyway we'll have to find out when uh ed danny will be doing some interviews for this new upcoming book coming up i will carry out a is it it is what is it called the blues zones of happiness lessons will the world's heaviest people let's put in a little request standing see when i will contact his police yes thank you enjoy it you know made me happy to watch a case he was completely appalled but i watch dynasty offers episode ominous e w two early to see if we have a gossip girls situation on our hands but i am in agreements with the audience and rotten tomatoes eighty seven percent leggett the critics only lake at fifty six percent why it is a passive girl well liked that it would be gossip girls status has the same guy is involved with it josh horowitz k it also the oath see you know i don't know if it has that but i i quite like grant sharks are melrose places blake carrington emirate assured off a couple of times um he's hot yeah there were good yeah i i i thought it was good there was one of our guys from revenge was in it there's people that you'll recognize uh there was sex right away there was an explosion there was high drama there was a wedding capitalize just a mild the cat fight yes fancy clothes i enjoyed it another intrigued to watch the next all good i just don't know you know we don't know yet if it's gossip girl oh seaworthy cause i watch riverdale uh that was sent to me on gay people have you are watching that watch it that's gaza girl meets pretty little i i love that shall yeah that is really got his on that i'm excited about dynasty okay 'cause i was reading the critics really didn't.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Like ed bradley use year so k her charlie rose irs field reporting you're going to get was sent me since cynthia mcfadden there and so i just like that story that was more compelling than the other strayer air so but you know i'm yeah i dunno no one's watching it though she was up against reruns on sixty minutes and other things and it's just not getting but i don't know because embassies always had a news program there against sixty minutes for years now it's just called megan kelly he against others he has to do bit better do it i don't wanna and it's been a tough time of the year and the summer its is considered a late launch no the gatt it was cold and raining like they were yeah there's jane other places i know holly binged all ten half are episodes of glow ahmar added five view the or it's fabulous it's very very good he told us that you girls are gonna love it it's really good alyssa breeze great all the actors agreed the writing is good it's funny and who shows up into the episodes our buddy from stillwater rich all fun now i got one more episode with casey to watch of fortitude out first season resources at a net good the rate that down well julie i don't know your danni in i like these british procedural reminds me of broad china churched okay you did in there is one other short remind him if that is the wildest show i ever while he's united google so much crap of our polar bears that's right okay okay after one and then the second your dennis quaid's the guy is yes i started watching this but i forgot about his yeah that's pretty good really good i mean it's heritage hutus the abc's waters the investigated it's crazy and that worries rural in it looks like penelope cruz with short hair and it makes me want to cut off my hair that beautiful girl she honestly as a penelope cruz dappled ganger i think i know who you are your name as alena in the show but anyway if you're looking for something a netflixing usually elena again in the second serious why don't they casey and i realized there was a second foia the second season with with dennis quaid up uh it does he takeover for the stanley tucci no no.
"cynthia mcfadden" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Cynthia mcfadden investigating about addictive drugs produced by um emphasis therapeutics and another paced by harry's math about elephant poaching in kenya are laid off pace was about the second most famous later on the planet vladimir putin for her the result for mix for putin result for a slam doc in a wideranging interview that led kelly's ann arbor broadcast putin spoke at length an unchallenged and even appeared to have mastered a skill that american pundits banned years developing the out quote aka the memorable sound bite you paper so creative over there he quipped good job your live must be boring then this when you've lost your fences over there uh huh about that so yeah the uh the writings aren't that good so far uh we'll see how she does abang meghan yes of the average have any interest in watching that i didn't even realize it was coming on no i was coming up this way can but i had no interest seeming watching uh y'all reports are that putin pretty much had his lay yet as down of you this walked all over day one day i guess to go any man whether you're mad the onebyone followed kelly ask the right questions russian cyber interference former us national security adviser michael flynn and so on in a overwhelmed her with word clouds what fraying or print.