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"david mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"He has the ball hard and tonight it was a perfect example He stayed on every ball and he's one of the bad well National snap of four games skid they'll face the reds again on Saturday College baseball NCAA regionals from college park and it was all Maryland as they just crushed Long Island 23 to two So now the terps will face Yukon in the winter's bracket on Saturday night WNBA mystics fall at home to the New York liberty 74 70 Again lane Thomas with three homers nationals beat the reds 8 5 of Frank hanrahan WTO sports All right thanks Frankie as always 1217 Saturday morning on double the GOP Among the top stories we're following for you this midnight hour Saturday morning June 4th on WTO P David McCormick conceding This week to celebrity doctor mehmet Oz in the Republican primary for Pennsylvania's U.S. Senate seat Oz led McCormick by nearly a thousand votes triggering an automatic recount but McCormick said it wouldn't give him enough votes to make up the deficit in the end Former Trump White House official Peter Navarro has been indicted this week on contempt of Congress charges after defying the subpoena from the house panel investigating the January 6th attack on the capitol Navarro claims the house committee's investigation is illegal And capitol police officer has been indicted on federal civil rights charges over his alleged role in a June 2020 hidden run Prosecutors say that officer Thomas Smith was supposed to be checking on the homes of lawmakers when he started pursuing two motorcycles He allegedly swerved his cruiser into one then left the scene Stayed with double DTO people for more on these developing stories in just minutes.
McCormick concedes to Oz in Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary
"David McCormick has conceded the Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania Former hedge fund manager David McCormick ended his campaign for Pennsylvania's GOP Senate nomination on Friday acknowledging that even with less than a thousand votes dividing the candidates the results of an ongoing statewide recount wouldn't get him enough to make up the deficit McCormick says he called celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz to concede at a campaign party in Pittsburgh he told supporters tonight is really about us all coming together The concession means that Oz will go head to head with Democrat and lieutenant governor John fetterman and Pennsylvania's closely watched general election which could determine control of the Senate Easily won his primary even after suffering a stroke and having a pacemaker put in just days before On Friday he issued a statement acknowledging that he almost died after ignoring warning signs in a doctor's advice for years His cardiologist disclosed that he has cardiomyopathy in which the heart muscle becomes weakened and enlarged I'm Jennifer King
Mark Levin Reacts to David McCormick's Concession to Dr. Oz
"A remarkable event just occurred in the Republican primary for the Senate in Pennsylvania David McCormick has just conceded to Doctor Oz Now I want to say something about this I endorsed neither candidate and I posed neither candidate But I believe by doing this which is quite honorable David McCormick will have a an extraordinarily strong and bright future in the Republican Party in Pennsylvania I truly believe that He got some bad advice from his lawyer chuck Cooper Who wanted to litigate this matter As if it was Al Gore in 2000 And create a scenario in which the Democrats would benefit from the change in the law the Cooper and his colleagues had concocted Which is exactly why the Democrat Secretary of State supported which was to count ballots submitted an envelopes that were signed but not hand dated
"david mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"Uncomfortable in these conversations and support things that I may have been previously and willing to support as long as Republicans are willing to do the same thing The Senate discussions have focused largely on red flag laws and expanded background checks but a broader package of proposals to be taken up Thursday by the House judiciary committee will include tightening of gun storage requirements and raising the age from 18 to 21 for the purchase of semi-automatic rifles On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO B news A federal judge is set to preside over a hearing for the man who shot president Ronald Reagan more than 40 years ago John hinckley is on the verge of being released from restrictive conditions he has lived under since he shot Reagan in several others in 1981 The judge said in September that he would free hinkley from all remaining restrictions on June 15th as long as he continued to do well officials say hinckley has done well and today's hearing is not expected to change the plan Whether the Washington commander's future lies in D.C. Maryland or Virginia is still an open question But votes expected yesterday during the Virginia General Assembly special session in support of luring the team to move to the Commonwealth have been delayed Questions have been raised by lawmakers about bringing the team to Virginia including traffic concerns Lawmakers will meet again today to vote on the state budget and other measures The Supreme Court has temporarily blocked the counting of some mail in ballots in Pennsylvania an order that could affect the tight Republican Senate primary between former hedge fund CEO David McCormick and celebrity heart surgeon Doctor Oz an order from justice Samuel Alito paused a lower court's ruling that would have allowed the counting of mail in ballots that did not have a handwritten date based on that ruling the state advised counties to count the ballots in the race between McCormick and Oz and McCormick went to court to force counties to follow through with that Alito's order could freeze McCormick's lawsuit until the high court can give the case further consideration There's no timeline and the clock from McCormick runs out on June 8th The Supreme Court also blocked a Texas law that prevents social media platforms from censoring their users The court put the Texas law on hold while the lawsuit plays out in lower courts Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes explains the tech companies argument Well the tech companies are saying we're like newspapers or other editorial products we get to have a say on what we put on our site The state of Texas argued that social media is so ubiquitous posts should be protected as public speech Up ahead after traffic and weather making untraceable guns traceable in Maryland It's 5 36.
Supreme Court order could affect Pennsylvania Senate count
"A Supreme Court order could affect the Pennsylvania Senate vote count The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking the counting of some mail in ballots in Pennsylvania There's a tight Republican Senate primary between former hedge fund CEO David McCormick and celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz and order from justice Samuel Alito paused a lower court ruling in a lawsuit over a disputed 2021 local court election that would have allowed the counting of mail in ballots that lacked a handwritten date The Pennsylvania law requires voters to write a date on the envelope in which they mail in their ballots but the envelope is postmarked by the post office and timestamped by counties when they receive it Ed Donahue Washington
David McCormick Takes Pennsylvania Senate Ballot Fight to Court
"So what David McCormick team has decided to do is to sue to allow the ballots that were not hand dated To be counted That is the ballots that were stamped dated To be counted Of course he is support over at national review because Donald Trump backed Doctor Oz and they hate Doctor Oz by their legal aimless over there who claims that this is really a civil rights issue according to the federal courts There's no civil rights issue This is a black and white simple originalism issue And there is no reason to change state law There's no civil rights issue or civil rights violation And it is a material issue Whether you sign and date a document for all kinds of legal purposes including absentee ballots and the envelope in which those ballots are placed
Which Republican Will Hold Pennsylvania Senate Seat?
"Look, it's going to be Doctor Oz, or David McCormick. And they're going up against John fetterman. And the conventional wisdom is that either one of these guys can take him. Am I reading that right? I think the conventional wisdom is correct given the political atmospherics and just how competitive it Pennsylvania is in the year 2022, let's say versus the year 2002. Right. So 20 years ago, Pennsylvania was always just competitive enough for Republicans to challenge for it. Let's say in presidential contests. And it did send Republicans to Congress as a part of their Senate delegation. But the state really has become super competitive and the atmosphere for Democrats is just as bad as an atmosphere I've seen for a political party. I guess it's 2018 when it was that almost that bad. Well, look, but that's why I think Oz or McCormick is very likely to win the general election. Well,
What's the Latest on the Pennsylvania Primary Race?
"Well, David, we have an embarrassment of riches today as far as topics go. I've got this list here. We can go through for an hour, but let's see where we're at. Let's start with Pennsylvania Senate race. David McCormick is a mirror 987 votes behind Doctor Oz and they are still counting. What do you think's going on there? Man, $64,000 question. It's possible that when all the votes are counted and the mcclernand will be on top, even if he's not, and I'd rather be awes of I had to choose at this point. I'd always really rather be the guy in front. Even if I've holds them off, there's going to be a recount because it's going to be triggered under state law. The candidate that's losing at the end of regulation can forgo the recount and just decide to lose. I just don't think that's going to happen here. Of course, the real news here is that the McCormick campaign is suing in state court to compel all 67 counties to count mail in ballots that were received on time and have no other flaw except for there is no gate handwritten on the outside of the envelope as required by state law. Now, they're using a you're the lawyer here, but they're using a decision rendered by the third circuit on Friday that have nothing to do with this election, but at 2021 election at Lehigh county Pennsylvania. It said such balance should be counted
David McCormick and Mehmet Oz Locked in Tight Race for GOP Primary
"At the end of last night, Dave was down 2000, 752 votes, meaning Tuesday night. Today, roughly 10,000 out of 33,000 absentee ballot votes were counted, and we, meaning the McCormick campaign, averaged a 10% victory, closing the gap by 1509 votes. Dave is now only down 1243 votes with an estimated 20,000 GOP absentee votes left to count. Dave is going to win. You'd rather be Dave McCormick with those numbers, and that trendline and you'd rather be Doctor Oz, and both Dwayne and I did the algebra. It's a ratio and of course Dwayne got it right and I got it wrong. But when we compared notes, it looks like. If everything holds the same, that at the end of round one, there'll be a recount. Mandatory recount McCormick should win by 2200 votes. I had him winning by 409 votes, and I had the wrong denominator. There are a couple of horses in there that might come close, but not close enough. One is Lancaster county's all screwed up. Another is Allegheny county is not all absentee ballots are out. There they have 30 odd precincts that have been counted. But Allegheny county is Dave McCormick's home, so one would have shown he's going to win those. But we'll know more tomorrow morning and we'll know a lot more Monday and then there will be a
Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries
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Tight Pennsylvania GOP Senate race; Mastriano wins gov nod
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"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Like the opportunity to go to Washington to fight for all of us and to try to get the country back on track. Dave McCormick, I think there are so many issues near and dear to Republican hearts. Number one is a defense useful to deter the Chinese Communist Party. And I think it's going to become the equivalent to there's a bear in the Woods in 1984 to that there's a dragon in the air. What are we to do about America's defense right now? You know, I'm worried about our defense. Part of a strong defense is a strong, strong economy. And our economy is in trouble because of the terrible policies of Joe Biden. The inflation, the defense budget is actually being cut because the actual increase in our budget is less than inflation. And I'm worried about the leadership of our military frankly, both civilian and military. I think that it's been hijacked. By awok agenda, that's less focused on more fighting. Less focused on and we've got a history in America of not preparing for the next war. I think the way we're spending the money looks more backwards than forwards. And we need inspired leadership that recognizes that America needs to exhibit strength around the world. And that strength is a key to preserving peace. And listen, if you want an example of why we're at risk, the Afghanistan, debacle is the best example because it shows both incompetence, a lack of strategic vision, a lack of accountability, but the first thing you learn at West Point is that we just take accountability. You see none of that from Joe Biden in terms of Afghanistan or our terrible economy or the energy crisis or Ukraine and we need accountable leadership. We need strong leadership. We need leadership focus on American exceptionalism. And we don't have it right now. David McCormick yesterday I played a bunch of clips of Javier becerra and other Biden administration officials saying it's not our fault that the plant in Michigan is closed. Yes, it is. They entered into a consent decree yesterday. Abbott said our product is safe. It's been safe for months. We were never connected with these infant illnesses. And just yesterday, it's political. The administrative state is political. So I think a lot of moms and especially new moms are going to vote today and wonder who's going to actually stop the state from interfering with the production of baby formula and everything else that they get wrong. Yeah, it really is the difference. And that's in many ways what this election is about and particularly the general election. It's about, do you believe that the core of America's future is individual freedom and individual responsibility of liberty or do you believe the government needs to play an increasingly greater role in determining how we respond to things like COVID in determining how we engineer our economy and with CEOs playing some role in terms of driving societies, political agenda. This is what the debate is about. And in the general election, my opponent would be John fetterman, who's an avowed socialist. So we're in a fight for the future of America. And the future of America comes down to ideas. Do we believe in free market capitalism, do we believe in American exceptionalism? Do we believe in free enterprise? Do we believe in liberty? Or do we believe in a socially engineered woke leadership that's taking our country over a clip? And listen, that's the argument I want to make in the general election. Our ideas are better. Our ideas are better to alleviate poverty, our ideas are better for religious freedom and liberty and our ideas are critical to Americans achieving the American Dream. Our kids achieve in the American Dream and if you were going to stay in one sense, what I'm running for, why I'm running is to make sure that my kids and our kids and the kids of Pennsylvania can have the same American Dream I've had. I've been blessed. I've had all this great country has to offer. I just want to make sure it's there for the next guy. Well, from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia from eerie, just grant and down to the southeast corner. Dave McCormick can win..
"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Well. I'll read that column when I come back, David M drucker on Twitter will follow you throughout the day on election day. I want to remind you that our sponsor is Andrew and Todd dot com. There was Sierra Pacific. They lend you money to refinance your house or buy a home or help your son or daughter become investors in real estate by becoming a non occupying co borrower. They help senior citizens with reverse mortgage. They help veterans with no money down mortgages. They help you refinance. So if you need to get money out of your house or you need a whole new house, go to Andrew and Todd dot com or call them a triple a Triple H 1172. Good morning, glory, America, bonjour, high Canada, Pennsylvania is voting and it will vote until 8 p.m. tonight. I have told you many times over the last week that I endorsed Dave McCormick. Pittsburgh area and he is a very successful businessman and served in the administration before president Trump almost made him Secretary of Defense, and he is the guy who can win in the fall. I don't think anyone else can. He joins me now, Dave McCormick. Welcome back on election day. How are you spending election day? Hey, good morning, Hugh. How are you? Good, good, good. I'm going to go from, I'm in Pittsburgh, and I'm going to go to a number of different poli sites. And meet voters and shake hands and encourage them to vote and tell their friends. We're hoping for a big turnout. And it's exciting. You know, I did three rallies yesterday. I did one in Harrisburg, where my mom and dad lived. I did one in bloomsburg, where I grew up and I finished the day here in Pittsburgh. So you can see a huge excitement on the ground, lots of focus in the last days, as you know, there's like 20% of the voters that have been undecided and I'm optimistic about it. The voters are asking themselves the question or questions who can represent my conservative values and fight for them. Who am I aligned with? Who can win in November because this is like the Super Bowl, you know, this is going to determine whether we then Chuck Schumer home and pack in the Republicans take the majority in the Senate. And then three, we're in crisis as a country. So who can step into the job on day one and really be able to make a difference. So I feel like I'm getting good feedback, but we'll find out today. David McCormick, sewing and Zeno has written that you persuade people when you show up in front of them and talk. They don't like the AdWords, but that's always a feature of a campaign, but they find out that you're the real deal when you appear. You can only be in so many places at once. How many stops have you made over the last week? Oh jeez, I don't know, 25, 30, 35. We've done on average four or 5, 6 a day. Sometimes planned events, sometimes we'll just stop by a diner. And it's been great. I mean, honestly, you don't know if you're gonna like it as a candidate, campaigning that is. And I love it. And you know, pennsylvanians are just so many inspirational stories. So I feel blessed to have been able to run and privilege, and I'm hoping I'll have the opportunity and privilege to serve the great tunnel of the Pennsylvania. Dave, I know you're a steelers fan, and I have fun with them all the time, but you grew up in Bloomberg, and I noted in the height in the Wikipedia page. You went to high school there. What kind of a high school Bloomberg high school? I just want people in the audience to identify the fact you are, I mean, you are actual Keystone state born and raised. Unlike some of our candidates. Oh yeah, it's a great, it's a rural high school. I was actually at the high school yesterday for a big rally. There was about a 120 kids in my class and there was probably three of them four or 5 that went away for college. Lots of people went locally, but it was the kind of place where on Friday night the whole town comes together to watch football and I'm Saturday nights, the gyms fool for wrestling matches and on the Monday after Thanksgiving, the school's empty, because everybody's dear honey. Now, Dan McCartney, you're a wrestler at West Point, and I know you were a wrestler in high school. Wrestling matches sometimes go down to the last throw. I think this is, but I think you've got the kick. What do you think? Listen, I do too. I mean, I have felt such great energy on the ground. It's been so chaotic with president Trump's endorsement and then the route that president Trump involvement and then Kathy Barnett's rise at the end. And when I think people are seeing is that the stakes here are so high, they're angry about the direction of their country. They want steady proven leadership. And I think as they step back and think about it, I'm feeling like there's a lot of support to me. And everywhere I go, I was in a Chick-fil-A yesterday. And I literally had people lining up to talk and say that they're with me. And I feel like the reason for that is those questions, hey, who can fight for me? Who can win? And who knows what to do because this is no joke, our country, if we're not careful, we're going to wake up in a couple of months, a couple of years. We're not going to recognize the great America that we've been also privileged in a rally last night. Wouldn't it be a tragedy, and wouldn't it be disgraceful if we're the generation that lets the great American the exceptional America that we all love slip away? And you know, people feel that. People feel like something's really a myth. And they're looking for steady leadership. And listen, you know, people ask me, I rally there. Are you America first? And I say, I've been America first my whole life from the time I was 18 and I volunteered to go to West Point and 82nd airborne division. I love this country and I feel like I can serve it well and I'm asking for the support of your listeners who are voters in Pennsylvania. On their way to the polls or later today, I'm asking for their vote and their support because I'd.
Abbott Says Agreement Reached to Reopen Michigan Baby Formula Plant
"Abbott agrees to FDA oversight of Michigan baby formula plant. Look, they signed a consent decree yesterday to reopen the Michigan Abbott plant. That consent decree could have been signed a month ago, Abbott is strenuously protested from the beginning that their infant formula had nothing to do with the infant death being investigated across the country. The FDA was using at moving at its usual snails pace, its bureaucratic morass, plunging the country into a baby formula crisis that is real. So they got an order. It's pretty easy to surmise here what happened. Ron klain or someone from the president's office called over to the FDA and said, open that plant. And the FDA said, how do we save a little face here? I know we'll do a consent decree that says they can open the plant. And so their plant will be up and it's going to take a while.
Laguna Woods Shooter Was a China Communists Sympathizer
"Details on the California church shooting Sunday have now come up. Turns out it's a chai calm sympathizer. That's right. A fan of the Chinese Communist Party went and shot up the Geneva Presbyterian Church in laguna Woods. He also brought explosives. It could have been far worse than the one dead and 5 wounded. Doctor John Chang, a physician, is a hero. He ran at him, it took a bullet, doctor Cheng died, but sufficiently disturbed the killer that the other parishioners, including the pastor, were able to hit him with chairs, knock him down, tie him up, take his two guns and not allow him to shut off the explosives.
It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?
"Morning, glory, America, don't go high candidate who you at live inside the beltway on this election day in Pennsylvania, Tuesday, may 17th, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in Pennsylvania. I've heard all over the state from Scranton and all the way up in the northern northeastern corner down to Philadelphia. All the way over to Pittsburgh and up to Erie, and I encourage everyone to go and vote for David McCormick for the United States Senate. I also think Lou Bart, let barletta is a much easier to elect candidate. I don't think mister mastriano can win. I know David McCormick can win. I don't think any of the other people can win if you're going to vote for Kathy. Barnett, or Doctor Oz, I think you were throwing your vote away because they can't beat John fetterman. And this election matters so much because if McCormick doesn't get the nomination, we're going to have a very hard time getting the Senate back. In Republican hands and then confirmation of Supreme Court Justices will remain in Chuck Schumer's hands. The opportunity to break the filibuster will remain in Chuck Schumer's hand. It's vitally important to elect David McCormick. The bronze star recipient graduate of West Point grew up outside of Pittsburgh. He built business in Pittsburgh, built jobs in Pittsburgh. He's a Pittsburgh. And so this goes against migraine to say nice things about a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I mean, steelers forever with McCormick, but Dave McCormick's a great American and when you're a West Point graduate and you receive the bronze star for valor in the 82nd airborne in the first Gulf War, you can trust the character.
2022 midterms: What to watch as 5 states hold primaries
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Kathy Barnette Is the Only PA Candidate to Respond to Show Invite
"Because who cares who I endorse I mean I'm serious Who cares I treat you you know the same way I would be expected to be treated when I was a consumer of cable news and talk radio As a responsible thinking adult it's my job to tell you who to vote for As I said I can tell you who I like but who cares who I like It's who you like that matters What is it I mean really I think people in this business tend to overinflate their own egos This is my guy and your guy sucks Folks I'm not getting into that I say that though because I don't say this in trying to attack anyone but we put out on the air Last week Jim early last week or late last week before I don't know it was just recently I said to the Pennsylvania Senate candidates on the air that listen I'm not you know it's not self praise It's just a fact This is one of the largest radio shows in the country Especially in this hour In this 12 to three in this block it's enormous I mean it can make a real difference So we put out on the air and I said to the candidates mehmet Oz and Kathy Barnett and David McCormick I said you know you're all a welcome on the show Please reach out to Jim Jim will reach out Jim did his due diligence on it reached out found out some contact info reached out on social media and other ways And the only one who got back to us which I think is really campaign malfeasance I promised and I gave him my word on the air They'd be fair interviews for everyone I'm not looking to hurt anyone It was a candidate myself I know what it's like to be blindsided by people looking to hurt you and not being not being candid And the only one who got back to us was Kathy Barnett
Trump scrambles to fend off Oz challenger in Pa. Senate race
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"david mccormick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Oz that got all the talk right at Oz versus McCormick will make way for Kathy Barnett Giving the frontrunners a run for their money here Thanks for being with us on the Friday edition of sound on I'm Joe mathew in Washington and joined by Bloomberg politics contributor Jeannie Chan xeno Jeannie this has become a remarkable story Doctor raz of course already famous He's got a lot of name recognition David McCormick got a lot of money Have spent millions $12 million for Doctor Oz almost as much for David McCormick Barnett has spent a $137,000 on TV And as I look at the real clear poll of polls here in this particular race they're within one point of each other She's now in second place here It's Doctor Oz 23 Barnett 21 McCormick 20 What's going on in Pennsylvania It is stunning I was looking at the same RealClearPolitics polling average You look at Barnett's numbers April 3rd She's pulling around 7% Today as you mentioned she is surpassed McCormick with all his money She is within a margin of error of Oz and she's at about 21 22% It is a remarkable trajectory I think part of what has happened here is that Oz and McCormick have been so busy shooting at each other and Kathy Barnett has been out there Now she has said many things that people find objectionable She is a maga candidate right To be clear she's not endorsed by Trump but she's in the vein She may be more maga than Donald Trump to be honest She is you know she and she is let's face it said a lot of things that people may find objectionable but that play to this primary audience in the Republican primary and Pennsylvania And so the problem for the Republicans of course is they're concerned she may not be a great general party candidate general election candidate but she is really really strong And so while McCormick and odds have been shooting at each other she herself has shot up as you mentioned and not spent a lot of money which is absolutely stunning Donald Trump out with a statement yesterday it says Kathy Barnett will never be able to win the general election against the radical left Democrats She has many things in her past which have not been properly explained or vetted But if she's able to do so she will have a wonderful future in the Republican Party and I will be behind her all the way He goes on to say doctor Raj is the only one who will be able to easily defeat the crazed lunatic Democrat in Pennsylvania I'm assuming he means that the lieutenant governor fetterman that's quite a backhanded compliment isn't it It is And you know what's so stunning about that is that's exactly what people said about Donald Trump before he won in 2016 The same thing He can never win He says outlandish things He has no political experience but you know one thing that Cathy Barnett has going for her in addition to other things is she has quite a remarkable story and that story that personal story has been resonating with Republican primary goers on the ground She has made flubs as I said she has said things that people find objectionable And yet her star the more they listen to her continues to rise she is more maga than Donald Trump in some ways and it is resonating with people Born of any 11 year old mother she calls herself a product of rape in a campaign that has seen abortion creep up as a major issue here of course that following the leak from the Supreme Court A lot of questions as well about whether mehmet Oz is actually pro life right Jeannie we've heard a lot about this They had a debate recently It was next our media I want to hear from both Oz and McCormick Here's Doctor Oz first President Trump endorsed being quite clearly in the first point he made about why I'm a conservative America first Republican He said that I am pro life And I am pro life okay So he's explicit about that McCormick says not so much Here he is responding Mammon has flip flopped on every major issue And you can go to his own comments May 21st 2019 an interview with The Breakfast Club He essentially said that he was worried about the pro life movement that was creating fights He was worried about states putting in place pro life legislation Is this a conversation that's just sucking up oxygen here in a Republican primary Genie or will it help decide the outcome You know it feels like McCormick really believes that you listen to these ads that that inconsistency on ounces part is going to hurt him in the election But again just look back at Donald Trump he was pro choice He was pro life he had been you know in various positions not to mention he had been a Democrat in independent or Republican It didn't matter And so I'm not so certain that this idea of flip flopping inconsistency is going to resonate with voters on the ground And you know as you look at the Democrats it's so fascinating what fetterman has done is he stopped really talking about issues He's a left wing sort of guy He's a progressive in some ways but he started talking about the fact what I'm a fighter I will fight for you each and every day It's that kind of talk that's resonating with voters on both sides not issue consistency And so I'm not sure this is going to matter that much We've had this weekly storyline going Genie about whether the Trump brand is still intact It was endorsements matter He had his first loss of course in this latest go around But he's had a pretty good record so far I think we have to admit he ran the table two weeks ago Ohio Indiana who had some trouble in Nebraska Are we going to keep doing this every week or are we going to look at kind of the primary season as a whole before we judge Donald Trump I think we'll look at it as a weekly blow by below and then at the end we will look at it overall But I don't think anybody can turn a blind eye to the fact Just listen to this show that you've done today Donald Trump remains a critically important talked about him for the entire hour even as we change topics The absolutely and can you imagine another former president who lost The White House if he could command this much attention Donald Trump isn't paying for this attention He's getting free media attention So he is a force to be reckoned with and certainly when it comes to Republican primary races He'll lose some he'll win some but nobody can say he's not important And I go back He has raised more money than the Republican Party itself except two days in the last 6 months of 21 That's a remarkable statement right there It is but that brings me back to this Barnett bank account a $137,000 This is a state with two major media markets Pennsylvania It's an expensive proposition running for Senate Or for any statewide elected office here And it's proving again that this has a lot more to do with things than money Genie It does You know I go back to you know the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump You know as a political scientist we would always say money is the deciding factor You have more money you know 9 times out of ten you will win I'm not so sure that is the case anymore Sure money matters but there are so many avenues now for candidates if they can say outrageous things to get attention via social media which cost them very very little Spending time with Genie Chan saying of course Bloomberg politics contributor As we wind it down here a bit here of course on a Friday as we all try to get home together in one piece Jeannie was the last day on the job for Jen Psaki The White House press secretary We knew it was coming she announced this weeks ago in fact is Kareem Jean Pierre takes takes the podium if you will in the briefing room So today was the last go around and she had to you know to her credit a lot of people to thank And a lot of people were there to thank her This is just a taste of what it was like today in The White House briefing room as she brought this to a close You know this is my last briefing And it is Brian And I wanted to start with a series of thank yous I promised myself I wasn't going to get emotional Okay Thank you I want to say thank you to the president and the First Lady And then thanked everyone else She ever met It was kind of an Oscars type of thing Even had her husband in the room a lot of warm feelings on the way out here And she talked about her first meeting for this job Genie with.
"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Well, listen, I've gotten to know Kathy on the campaign trail. And I respect and admire her personal story. But she's been tested already. She was tested a little less than two years ago when she ran for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania and she lost by 20 points. And so listen, the stakes on this are so high for the general election because it will be the biggest race in the country. We need a candidate, a Republican candidate that has credibility has been tested at a deeply vetted and assembled a resources in the team necessary to win. This is like this is going to the Super Bowl. The moment we go into this general election. And so that's why when I'm on the campaign trail, I'm making that case. I honestly, when I walk out of room, I rarely walk out of the room where I don't see heads nodding and people see that my background and experience is unique for this moment in terms of being able to win the general and being able to have huge impact in Washington. And people realizing that I will be the only candidate in the race that can win the general election. Because Chuck Schumer and Democrats are going to throw everything but the kitchen sink at our Republican nominee and I'm ready for that fight. That is exactly what's going to happen. And if I'm watching on election night, I don't know if I'll be on Fox or wherever. I'll be on special report tonight. I hope the Pennsylvania Senate race comes up and I'll talk about I'll disclose. I've endorsed you. Dave McCormick, but once you win, I think you're going to win the primary. I think I know when the general wants you when you've served at the highest levels of the federal government, but you know that the Senate is a pretty weird institution, right? Pat toomey has been a great center for Pennsylvania as Rick santorum was. Your pro life you're just like those guys, how do you think you'll do in the Senate? You're a CEO and the Senate isn't run by CEOs though, Mitch McConnell comes close to being a CEO. It's really 51 CEOs in the majority. Yeah. Well, I think first and foremost, the issues of this moment are issues where I have a unique ability to I think contribute. So when I'm driving across Pennsylvania, inflation is the number one thing on the minds of the people I deal with and I'm seeing the pennsylvanians working families, elders on fixed income, small businesses are getting killed by inflation. Energy policy and unlocking the energy opportunity in Pennsylvania, which is incredible and the war on energy by Biden's killing us and secure borders. Open border policies are killing Pennsylvania with fentanyl, the fentanyl crisis crime in our sanctuary cities. So that's the agenda that I'll be able to jump and contribute on. They want and I know what to do about inflation. I mean, I've created jobs that run two companies that have been at senior levels of economic policy. I know how to engage on these issues with credibility that I think will be unique in our caucus. Unique among the senators that are there. And then I also have the military experience. And if you think about the world today, you and how we're being tested on the global stage, it's at the intersection of economic policy and national security policy. And there's no one in the Senate who has both those military credentials and experience and that economic policy. So finally, and I'll say this, I'm not going there, I'm a practical guy. I've had success by finding a way to cooperate with others, but I'm not going there to make friends. I'm going there because I think our current path is deeply misguided. And I think we need people like me who are outsiders who have no obligations to anyone other than the voters to really push our country back in the direction that we need to take it. So that's the agenda that I'll take to Washington. Sure quick question, Dave. I've been pushing for a long time that the Philadelphia shipyard needs to be renovated and part of the rebuild of the United States Navy and I've been warning for a long time that John fetterman is not an insignificant opponent. We got a minute. What do you say on those two things? Agree with you in the first thing, couldn't agree more. I also think we need an LNG port in Philadelphia, around Philadelphia to get our natural gas to the world. It's a bountiful resource. On John settleman, listen, I don't take anybody lightly. And I think John fetterman is an extremist. He's left a Bernie Sanders with his socialist agenda, but he's got a following. And he needs someone to go head to head with him who can who can show why the ideas he's promoting are a disaster for our country and someone who's a biography is a direct contract to hit. And mine is a combat veteran West Point grad compared to him as a trust fund baby and Harvard grad is a good is a good contrast. David McCormick, I hope everyone in Pennsylvania is listening everyone votes for the electable conservative in the Keystone state Dave McCormick. Thank you, Dave. I don't know if we'll talk again before voting closes, but it's great to speak with you this morning..
Why Kathy Barnette Is Unelectable
"Now Dave McCormick, I've watched the race very, very closely. I've had every candidate on except Doctor Oz who has repeatedly turned down opportunities to come on this program, which usually evidences to me that don't know what they're doing on the conservative side of the issues. But I am now concerned, Kathy Barnett is rising in the polls, and she's a nice lady. I had her on the show. She got sparkling charisma, but in the last couple of days, the Philadelphia inquirer has under her tweets and her record and I don't think it's a Christina O'Donnell situation that Todd akin situation, how much does electability matter to Pennsylvania primary voters? Well, listen, I've gotten to know Kathy on the campaign trail. And I respect and admire her personal story. But she's been tested already. She was tested a little less than two years ago when she ran for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania and she lost by 20 points. And so listen, the stakes on this are so high for the general election because it will be the biggest race in the country. We need a candidate, a Republican candidate that has credibility has been tested at a deeply vetted and assembled a resources in the team necessary to win. This is like this is going to the Super Bowl.
"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"That was a startling day. Doctor Michael Oren follow him on Twitter, DR Michael Oren, thank you for joining me. I like my weekly update from Israel. Stay with me America. David McCormick big support of Israel. Running for Senate in Pennsylvania, I have endorsed him. He's joining me next. We can not lose that Jimmy health seat. It's got to stay in the coalition. McCormick is your best bet, is your strongest candidate? He was a bronze star recipient, a very successful businessman and he is my guest next on the YouTube show. Morning, glory, America, Pennsylvania is already voting, and I am joined by Dave McCormick of endorsed for the United States Senate seat in the Keystone state. So my affiliates from the northeast down to Pittsburgh from Erie down to Philadelphia. Please tune your year to Dave McCormick because I think we've got to hold this seat. It's a pat Timmy retirement, and Dave McCormick is the most electable conservative in the race. Good morning, Dave. Welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt show. Hey, good morning, you. Thanks so much for having me and I'm really honored by your endorsement. So thank you so much for that. Well, I may be in trouble with you because I had senator cotton on and I said, do you airborne guys in the 101st shake hands with each other in a secret way so I think you just put Dave in the wrong division. He's 82nd airborne. That's where he got his bronze stars and oops, I hope he's still talking to me. So sorry about that. The 82nd and the 101st are very different divisions. Yeah, for sure. The great soldiers and great, great senator and Tom cotton. So David McCormick talked to me, the one thing I didn't know is I was getting ready to do the endorsement to the 8 people who lived near Sharon on the Ohio border that listen to me. You got a PhD from Princeton. What was that in? That was in international relations and economics and it was at the time. It was the transition out of the Cold War. So I wrote a dissertation that became a book about how to transform the military and how to make sure the military doesn't fight the last war, which sadly I'm afraid we're doing right now. But I'm always curious Gallagher's got Mike Gallagher's got a PhD and it usually David Petraeus has one I think general Mattis has what people go back and they study this stuff in their professional soldiers. When did you decide to stop being a professional soldier after the Iraq War? Yeah, I guess I went came back from the Iraq War. I went to went to another army school and I volunteered for Korea and then in the midst of that, the army asked me to think about going back to West Point and teach. And so I applied to graduate schools and then made the decision to leave the army. So I just continued on the graduate school path after 5 years of active duty service. Now, you have served in other administrations, your wife served president Trump. I am curious about the race on the ground. Pennsylvania is 5 different states and I try and explain this to people. And I know one of them very well since I grew up 7 miles from Sharon, but where is the race coming down to? Is it all about Philadelphia, turnout at this point? I don't think so. You know, I think the west, the western part of Pennsylvania where I'm from is really, really important. That comprises high 20% of the vote. And so I think we'll have a good turnout in Pittsburgh and Allegheny county and that's a real boon for me. And the northeast, Scranton Wilkes Barre, where I spent a lot of time in my life is also really important market. So Philadelphia is important and we've spent a lot of time in Philadelphia, but all 5 of those markets are important. But I would say particularly for me, not only Philadelphia, but also Scranton will sparing and the western part of the state. Well, I'm on in all those places. David McCormick, I have a fourth grade granddaughter who is running for class secretary. So I helped her write her speech this weekend. I said, you have to ask people for their vote and tell them why you'd be good at the job. So make your pitch day McCormick. Yeah, thank you. Well, listen, I want to say and I think you would agree this Senate seat could not be more important. The stakes are so high because Pennsylvania needs a strong conservative fighter in the Senate, but this sea will also determine whether the Senate is led by conservatives. And whether we have an opportunity to push back on the crazy, extreme left that is taking our country in a terrible direction. And I feel that anger and that frustration and that fear wherever I go in Pennsylvania. And so we need a leader who shares the values of Pennsylvania conservative, someone who is deeply connected to the state and someone who can win this general election because it's all about winning the general election and then going to Washington and being able to make a difference on day one not needing on the job training. And so I'm somebody who's battle tested. I've served for 9 years in the military. I have a combat veteran. I created jobs in Pennsylvania. I was a CEO of a company in Pittsburgh that had 600 jobs. I then served at the highest levels of government, and I'm Pennsylvania. 7th generation Pennsylvania and the family farm in bloomsburg where I grew up. And my family is in Pennsylvania my Friends are in Pennsylvania so I'm deeply connected to the state. And I'm deeply worried that if we don't pick the right candidate, the right nominee for the Republican Party who has those values and is able to win, we're going to not only take Pennsylvania in a bad direction. We're going to take the country in the wrong direction. And that's why I'm running because I feel like I've lived the American Dream. I've been blessed by everything Pennsylvania has offered and everything America has to offer. And that American Dream slipping away and we need patriots to step up and take the fight to Washington and that's what I'm trying to do. Now Dave McCormick, I've watched the race very, very closely. I've had every candidate on except Doctor Oz who has repeatedly turned down opportunities to come on this program, which usually evidences to me that don't know what they're doing on the conservative side of the issues. But I am now concerned, Kathy Barnett is rising in the polls, and she's a nice lady. I had her on the show. She got sparkling charisma, but in the last couple of days, the Philadelphia inquirer has under her tweets and her record and I don't think it's a Christina O'Donnell situation that Todd akin situation, how much does electability matter to Pennsylvania primary voters?.
Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank
"Turn to that. Because I've tried to figure out who shot whom and the Palestinians are not the Palestinian authority is not cooperating with the idea. What is your assessment of the situation, doctor Oren? So last night I was talking to an Israeli journalist and I said, just watch your authority is going to say that they found a 5.56 bullet in the journalists. Now the Israeli forces use 5.56 palisades usually use 7.62 at the colossal cost bullet, but they also do have American a fours and M 16s. And I also think that the Palestinians wouldn't cooperate with an Israeli offer for a joint investigation. And they rejected it, even though the Biden administration asked Allison is to do it. They quickly closed the case. I heard this morning that they've already buried the body. And the passwords are making a calculation. Yeah, maybe the Biden administration will get a little aggravated, but the international community is going to come down hard on Israel. I was looking at the international press coverage, NBC had an item on it where they did an interview and the Israeli. They only talked about the greeting Palestinians and the implication is that we are guilty before we're judged. And
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"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Congratulations. You've expanded and gotten rid of finish and Swedish neutrality thus far as well as getting your hat handed to you in the first four out of 5 parts of the campaign. Russia however has according to the financial time signal is about to annex Kirsten in southern Ukraine as more and more of the Russian effort continues to be about the land bridge to Crimea and perhaps a further push to Odessa. The war is stalemated at the present moment along a fairly intense line of fighting that we haven't seen since World War II. Ukraine has stopped Russian gas flowing to Europe through a key pipeline. That is a significant event for Europe. I don't know why it would why you frame allowed Russia to make money on their pipelines when they were up killing new war crime surface today. Seeing them with a chilling video of the execution style murder of two citizens who had talked to Russian troops turned around were walking away. Back to their dealership, and they just got gunned down in the back. That's the Russian tactics. As the war grinds on its global economic toll is surging, according to the New York Times this morning, as one would expect, but it is not just the fascists in Moscow, Putin, the totalitarian in Beijing is at it. Hong Kong police arrested cardinal zen. Senior Catholic prelate in the entire country was put under arrest yesterday, is depicted with the heart of mercy showing of Jesus at his office. He was later released on bail, he is a vocal proponent of democracy. Israel struck Syrian Golan in missile attack. They're very concerned. They're getting very close to all out conflagration there as more incidents come. Doctor Horan will join us. Later in this hour to discuss what's going on in Israel. In the United States, the Pennsylvania Senate race is front and center. David McCormick I have endorsed will be joining me next hour. The world is coming down on Kathy Barnett in the last 48 hours because she surged into third place behind Doctor Oz who is fading, David McCormick who is surging in Kathy Barnett was getting close, so Doctor Oz took out after her and his surrogates did at least, calling into question her military service, calling into question her backstory and publicizing her old tweets which are pretty viciously anti Muslim. This is I haven't reviewed this completely yet. But it seems to me probably disqualifying. She is also out there on the far edge of the election, stop the steal people, and that's not electable position either in the United States. As we're about to see in Georgia next week, when governor Kemp handily wins his primary and David perdue, you can't run as an election denier. It doesn't work. And even if you believe it's sincerely and many people do, it's death in the general people don't want to relitigate 2020. They're concerned about what do you know, inflation and drugs. Inflation, of course, stated it's 40 year high. They expected it to drop to 8% year over year. It only dropped from 8.5 to 8.3%. And we already know that maze number is going to be higher than 8.3%. Joe Biden, speech, of course, did nothing. Wall Street Journal inflation slipped in April, but upward pressures remain..
"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Were. So David, we're in the closing sprint. You're my last Pennsylvania Senate candidate to talk to you before the voting is underway. I think absentee. How does the campaign look to you and what's your closing kick message before I turn it over to Ed? You know, it's, it feels good to me. It's going to be very close. The polling has the memoized and I in a tie. And the 30% of the voters are undecided. And so the closing pitch for me is listen. This is shouldn't be more important. This is this race will determine what conservative goes to Washington to represent Pennsylvania, whether we have someone who can fight for the key issues that Pennsylvania care about. And also someone who doesn't need on the job training. And so I'm presenting myself as a guy who's battle tested and in the military and combat created jobs in Pennsylvania and someone who's Pennsylvania. Yeah, I grew up in Pennsylvania. I'm 7th generation Pennsylvania. And someone who's a real America first conservative. And I put America first from the time I joined the army at 18. And so that seems to be resonating. I had Mike Huckabee yesterday, he came in and endorsed me and we did a big meet and greet and a big rally at the FW and it was the best of America. It was a great day. David, what is that? What's going to be the message about how you're the best candidate to beat the Democrats because obviously I think when Republicans are going to be trooping to the polls here for the primary, they're going to be looking at fetterman and saying, who's going to be the guy who's going to knock this guy off? Well, listen, I mean, the thing with fetterman and the Democrats in general, they're going to have to defend their ideas. And sentiments and about socialists. He is someone that has gone to a set of positions that are very outside the Norman and Pennsylvania. And I'll go as an America first conservative and whether it's the issue of the economy and a 40 year high in inflation or whether it's energy policy, which has been a disaster under Joe Biden and the current governor governor Wolfe or Pennsylvania or whether it's the open border, which has led to a real fentanyl crisis in Pennsylvania. The federal men will have to defend the policies he's representing. And he won't be able to do that. So the most important thing is to fight on ideas. And then profile wise listen, this is a guy who is a large man of 6 day guy with tattoos. He sort of looks like a badass and presents himself as such. And he's a guy that had to trust fund and went to Harvard. And I like the matchup of a guy who grew up in Pennsylvania, bail and hay on the farm and went to West Point in 82nd airborne and ranger school in combat and that and then went and created a job as opposed to worked in the government his whole life. So that's the contrast that I would create on both ideas and leadership and the kind of leadership I can bring to Washington. The thing that's also obvious is that many Democrats in Pennsylvania are deeply concerned about the Democratic Party. So not only getting a great return out to Republicans in the general, but those conservative Democrats and you know you, there's lots of in Pennsylvania. There are real opportunity for me as well. All right, last question, David McCormick. It's on my mind again. I don't want to embarrass you. You are the recipient of the bronze star. For your role in 1991. And so I kind of inclined towards people who do that. When you look back at the war in 1991 versus the war in 2003, I went to have followed the model of 2019 91 when we invaded in 2003, which would do the job and get out. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think that was that use of American power is very much in line with how I see America's role in the world, which is we walk softly, but carry a big stick. When we go, we go decisively. We go with the economic and military power of the United States. And we go on the side of American interest. And I think that model of what happened in 1991 is the kind of model that I'd want to see us take our leadership in the world when I'm in the U.S. Senate. And as for the bronze star, listen, I'm really proud of my military service. But I never speak about it that way because you're right where the heroism happened. And so I'm always so proud to have served in our military, but there's so many brave men and women and so many brave Americans that I never want to I never want to highlight that because there's so many I might. I know that David, but I also know that the real heroes never tell you that their heroes. So thank you for your service in the 82nd. And Morrissey, I can't talk to you. I'm gonna go talk to Ed to Larry arn, I want to thank you as well for just two weeks of wonderful service, general HTML, Adam, and Ben, thank you all. We will be back. I just want to make sure I remind everyone as well..
"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"See nuclear. No, I want to close admiral. Last question for you. I was at the beaches of Normandy with Duane two days passed. And one of the things that stuck in my mind was the heroism, not everyone of everyone involved of the leaders of the young lieutenants of general mcnerney of general Roosevelt, but they also paid particular attention to the NCOs that America was blessed with on that day that kept the men moving towards the beaches. As you take that in mind, how is the Ukrainian NCO core performed in this? I know their leadership at the top has been excellent, but as you watch as a trained military observer of every aspect of a military leadership, as your eye fallen on their NCOs, it has and here we have NATO and the west have really had extraordinary impact as follows. The Russian model of war military degrades the importance of the NCO core. It is all very officer driven because they want highly centralized control of everything. They don't want to delegate. They don't want, if you will, free market combat, where younger leaders are capable of moving out with their squad with their platoon under the leadership of a strong NCO. The U.S. and the western model is precisely the opposite. The strongest in the navy has in its locker of leadership are chief petty officers in CEOs in this context. Here's the point. Starting in 2014 from that first invasion. NATO in the U.S. have been deeply involved in training and working with Ukrainian armed forces. You can give them all the stingers in the world. But until they have a strong leadership model with strong NCOs, they don't win on the battlefield. So that's well said. Get ahead of the curve. And we're going to continue to do so. It is a distinct and important difference. And it's a real advantage to the Ukrainians. Thank you as always, wonderful. Well, put, follow them at Twitter, staff, at staffordshire. Thank you, admiral. Welcome back to back ivy, you would add more scenes with me in Texas. We're joined by Pennsylvania Senate candidate David McCormick and David, I'm glad you joined us. This is fortuitous. I'm in Normandy. I was just at the beaches where the airborne came and made such an amazing contribution on D-Day. I know you're a veteran of the 82nd airborne. I'm sure your chest falls a bit with pride when you read about it, but boy, you can't stop but wonder what that jump was like. Do they teach you that and jump school that you're going to end up like the guys did in the 82nd, the 101st that morning? Well, those guys are heroes. You know, if you go to fort Bragg and go to all the different drop zones, they're all named after the different the different drop zones in Europe when the 82nd came in on D-Day and those guys are heroes. They're an inspiration to us all. No doubt about it. They really.
"david mccormick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tim Steven from Bloomberg radio Our domestic cover story in the magazine was also a Bloomberg big take and among the most read articles on the Bloomberg terminal this past week got to say Tim I started reading it was the first thing I read that morning and I just couldn't stop Yeah I did the same experience with that I mean anything that Josh writes is fantastic It's a profile of David McCormick formerly president of the world's biggest hedge fund Bridgewater associates He's now running for a Senate seat in Pennsylvania and well people who know him they're not surprised by his political ambitions Some of his rhetoric is raising eyebrows Yeah indeed So why is the one time champion of diversity and inclusion now going full maga Well to find out we turn to our editors roundtable Bloomberg businessweek national correspondent Josh Greene wrote the piece He joins us along with the editor of business week Joel Weber Just a couple months ago David McCormick was the CEO of Bridgewater which is the world's largest hedge fund And that means he was basically underrated Many people probably more familiar with ray dalio than David McCormack but in January when he announced that he was going to be running for the Senate seat in Pennsylvania It basically has meant that this has become the hot race that everyone's starting to watch The election this is the primary right And we'll see who emerges victorious in May That's again just the primary but already is shipping up to be the most expensive primary in U.S. Senate history And it pits him against Doctor Oz is the other kind of FrontRunner So you have David McCormick hedge fund background who's gone full maga versus Oz who everyone knows from his days as America's doctor from Oprah So Josh let's talk about McCormick because this transformation from hedge fund CEO to maga has taken a lot of people who worked with him in finance and at Bridgewater very much by surprise Yeah you know it's funny He's a political reporter You know I often see Canada and people sort of gradually switch positions and kind of change their profile I've never seen anything like what David McCormick has done going from CEO of the world's largest hedge fund a guy who fits in comfortably at Davos And in the hedge fund world transform himself as I say in the piece faster than Clark Ken and a phone booth into a China bashing immigrant bashing pro Trump maga acolyte but McCormick has concluded I think correctly that if you want to win office in a Republican primary this is still Donald Trump's party and you need to demonstrate your allegiance to Donald Trump So it's come as a shock to a lot of his former colleagues from the hedge fund world who know him as this urbane guy with a PhD from Princeton I have to say one of my favorite lines I guess is someone you talk to who worked with McCormick who asks is Connecticut Dave McCormick the real one or is Pennsylvania day McCormick the real one or is the real Dave McCormick a chameleon who will be whatever he needs to be to succeed I mean I feel like this is what politics have become especially if you're playing with the Republican Party right They're all kind of kowtowing still Josh to Donald Trump Yeah they are I mean McCormick is fascinating in so many levels As you said he lived in Bridgewater is based in Westport Connecticut and for the last ten years he's been this friendly widely respected hedge fund manager but then he moved to Pennsylvania in order to run for the Senate seat and has created this entirely different persona To some level when politicians run there's a little bit of an artifice there But his transformation has been so extreme that legitimately shocked a lot of people that I talk to who kind of thought they knew him and now we're wondering who is the real guy here But I think on another level it's pretty transparent what's going on There's a school of thought among some Republicans Mitch McConnell the Senate minority leader from Kentucky especially is trying to push the idea that the Republican Party is moving beyond Trump that Trump's Trump's power has faded his time has passed And I think the Republican Senate primary in McCormick's example in particular shows that that is simply not the case that if you want to win election all of these guys including Doctor Oz who I spent some time with for the piece have concluded the way to get elected is through demonstrate your allegiance to Trump Oh Doctor Oz another guy who spent years in Pennsylvania right I'm being sarcastic We just want to know where you caught up with him Well I mean that's one of the weirder turns in this piece was Oz doesn't like to talk to national reporters But I decided to go hang out with him get a flavor of his campaign anyway I showed up early to a campaign event in bluebell Pennsylvania and I wandered in the men's room And lo and behold Doctor Oz is the only guy in there So seeing this serendipitous opportunity I introduced myself I said I was working on a profile of the cormick And Oz right there in the men's room just started fulminating about McCormick and Bridgewater and hedge fund Guy I should say Doctor Oz who's surprisingly literate in all things finance He had a degree from the Wharton school was frustrated that McCormick has managed to get away with this transformation to the degree that he has because polls show there have been a lot of them but the most recent poll I saw showed that Corbin is actually leading this primary race over Oz so it's an interesting contrast of styles and backgrounds but they're all seeking to basically be the same person And that is the candidate that Donald Trump decided to endorse because I think that will be if it happened that will be the decisive factor in this primary race So where is Trump in this He's been quiet so far if he does come out in support of someone What do you think happens What unfolds from there Well it's interesting The Washington Post reported on Wednesday that McCormick is actually down in Mar-a-Lago trying to win over Trump's endorsement So clearly McCormick is trying to close the deal as they would say in the hedge fund world Whether or not he does though is kind of uncertain before mcclellan has gotten a race There was another leading Republican candidate in Trump did endorse A guy named Sean Parnell who wound up having to leave the race in November after allegations of spousal and child abuse Mcclung one his endorsement campaigned with him That was taken by a sign from some people in Trump world in Pennsylvania Republican politics that maybe Trump will lean in that direction But it's Trump and you just never know until he decides he's often he decides things on a whim but both candidates as I say in the piece Oz is Oz has the support of Melania Trump So he's not without his advocates and Trump world But until Donald Trump makes up his mind I think it's a wide open race So much drama And yet this is all for a primary Josh So we're going to see who the Republicans pick What does it look like on the other side of the aisle On the democratic side there are two candidates running Conor lamb or moderate congressman and John fetterman A big early blue color of lieutenant governor who is about as sharp a contrast in personality and style as you could possibly have with the CEO of Bridgewater That was Bloomberg businessweek national correspondent Josh green along with the editor Joel Weber on this week's domestic cover story we're going to have more from our editors roundtable.
"david mccormick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Cover story in the magazine was also a Bloomberg big take and among the most read articles on the Bloomberg terminal this past week got to say Tim I started reading it was the first thing I read that morning and I just couldn't stop Yeah I had the same experience with it I mean anything that Josh writes is fantastic It's a profile of David McCormick formerly president of the world's biggest hedge fund Bridgewater associates He's now running for a Senate seat in Pennsylvania and well people who know him they're not surprised by his political ambitions Some of his rhetoric is raising eyebrows Yeah indeed So why is the one time champion of diversity and inclusion now going full maga Well to find out we turn to our editors roundtable Bloomberg businessweek national correspondent Josh Greene wrote the piece He joins us along with the editor of business week Joe Weber Just a couple months ago David McCormick was the CEO of Bridgewater which is the world's largest hedge fund And that means he was basically under ray dalio Many people probably more familiar with ray dalio than David McCormack but in January when he announced that he was going to be running for the Senate seat in Pennsylvania It basically has meant that this has become the hot race that everyone's starting to watch The election this is the primary right And we'll see who emerges victorious in May That's again just the primary but already is shipping up to be the most expensive primary in U.S. Senate history And it pits him against Doctor Oz as the other kind of FrontRunner So you have David McCormick hedge fund background who's gone full maga versus Oz who everyone knows from his days as America's doctor from Oprah So Josh let's talk about McCormick because this transformation from hedge fund CEO to maga has taken a lot of people who worked with him in finance and at Bridgewater very much by surprise Yeah you know it's funny He's a political reporter You know I often see Canada and people sort of gradually switch positions and kind of change their profile I've never seen anything like what David McCormick has done Going from CEO of the world's largest hedge fund a guy who fits in comfortably at Davos and in the hedge fund world transform himself as I say in the piece faster than Clark Kennedy phone booth into a China bashing immigrant bashing pro Trump maga acolyte but McCormick has concluded I think correctly that if you want to win office in a Republican primary this is still Donald Trump's party and you need to demonstrate your allegiance to Donald Trump So it's come as a shock to a lot of his former colleagues from the hedge fund world who know him as this urbane guy with a PhD from Princeton I have to say one of my favorite lines I guess is someone you talk to who worked with McCormick who asks is Connecticut Dave McCormick the real one or is Pennsylvania day McCormick the real one or is the real Dave McCormick a chameleon who will be whatever he needs to be to succeed I mean I feel like this is what politics have become especially if you're playing with the Republican Party right They're all kind of kowtowing still Josh to Donald Trump Yeah they are I mean McCormick is fascinating on so many levels As you said he lived in Bridgewater is based in Westport Connecticut and so for the last ten years he's been this friendly widely respected hedge fund manager but then he moved to Pennsylvania in order to run for the Senate seat and has created this entirely different persona To some level when politicians run there's a little bit of an artifice there But his transformation has been so extreme that legitimately shocked a lot of people that I talk to who kind of thought they knew him and now we're wondering who is the real guy here But I think on another level it's pretty transparent what's going on There's a school of thought among some Republicans Mitch McConnell the Senate minority leader from Kentucky especially is trying to push the idea that the Republican Party is moving beyond Trump that Trump's Trump's power has faded his time has passed And I think the Republican Senate primary in McCormick's example in particular shows that that is simply not the case that if you want to win election all of these guys including Doctor Oz who I spent some time with for the piece have concluded the way to get elected is through demonstrate your allegiance to Trump Oh Doctor Oz another guy who spent years in Pennsylvania right I'm being sarcastic We just want to know where you caught up with him Well I mean that's one of the weirder turns in this piece was Oz doesn't like to talk to national reporters But I decided to go hang out with him get a flavor of his campaign anyway I showed up early to a campaign event in bluebell Pennsylvania and I wandered in the men's room And lo and behold Doctor Oz was the only guy in there So seeing the serendipitous opportunity I introduced myself I said I was working on a profile of McCormick and Oz right there in the men's room just started fulminating about McCormick and Bridgewater and hedge fund Guy I should say Doctor Oz who surprisingly literate and all things finance He had a degree from the Wharton school was frustrated that McCormick has managed to get away with this transformation to the.
"david mccormick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Was also a Bloomberg big take and among the most read articles on the Bloomberg terminal this past week got to say Tim I started reading it was the first thing I read that morning and I just couldn't stop Yeah I had the same experience with that I mean anything that Josh writes is fantastic It's a profile of David McCormick formerly president of the world's biggest hedge fund Bridgewater associates He's now running for a Senate seat in Pennsylvania and well people who know him they're not surprised by his political ambitions Some of his rhetoric is raising eyebrows Yeah indeed So why is the one time champion of diversity and inclusion now going full maga Well to find out we turn to our editors roundtable Bloomberg businessweek national correspondent Josh Greene wrote the piece He joins us along with the editor of business week Joel Weber Just a couple months ago David McCormack was the CEO of Bridgewater which is the world's largest hedge fund And that means he was basically under ray dalio Many people probably more familiar with ray dalio than David McCormack but in January when he announced that he was going to be running for the Senate seat in Pennsylvania It basically has meant that this is become the hot race that everyone's starting to watch The election this is the primary right And we'll see who emerges victorious in May That's again just the primary but already it's shaping up to be the most expensive primary in U.S. Senate history And it pits him against Doctor Oz is the other kind of FrontRunner So you have David McCormick hedge fund background who's gone full maga versus Oz who everyone knows from his days as America's doctor from Oprah So Josh let's talk about McCormick because this transformation from hedge fund CEO to maga has taken a lot of people who worked with him in finance and at Bridgewater very much by surprise Yeah you know it's funny He's a political reporter You know I often see Canada and people sort of gradually switch positions and kind of change their profile I've never seen anything like what David McCormick has done going from CEO of the world's largest hedge fund a guy who fits in comfortably at Davos And in the hedge fund world transform himself as I say in the piece faster than Clark Kent and a phone booth into a China bashing immigrant bashing pro Trump maga acolyte but McCormick has concluded I think correctly that if you want to win office in a Republican primary this is still Donald Trump's party and you need to demonstrate your allegiance to Donald Trump So it's come as a shock to a lot of his former colleagues from the hedge fund world who know him as this urbane guy with a PhD from Princeton I have to say one of my favorite lines I guess is someone you talk to who worked with McCormick who asks is Connecticut Dave McCormick the real one or is Pennsylvania day McCormick the real one or is the real Dave McCormick a chameleon who will be whatever he needs to be to succeed I mean I feel like this is what politics have become especially if you're playing with the Republican Party right They're all kind of kowtowing still Josh to Donald Trump Yeah they are I mean McCormick is fascinating in so many levels As you said he lived in Bridgewater is based in Westport Connecticut and for the last ten years he's been this friendly widely respected hedge fund manager but then he moved to Pennsylvania in order to run for the Senate seat and it has created this entirely different persona To some level when politicians run there's a little bit of artifice there But his transformation has been so extreme that legitimately shocked a lot of people that I talk to who kind of thought they knew him and now we're wondering who is the real guy here But I think on another level it's pretty transparent what's going on There's a school of thought among some Republicans Mitch McConnell the Senate minority leader from Kentucky especially is trying to push the idea that the Republican Party is moving beyond Trump that Trump's Trump's power has faded his time has passed And I think the Republican Senate primary in McCormick's example in particular shows that that is simply not the case that if you want to win election all of these guys including Doctor Oz who I spent some time with for the piece have concluded the way to get elected is through demonstrate your allegiance to Trump Oh Doctor Oz another guy who spent years in Pennsylvania right I'm being sarcastic We just want to know where you caught up with him Well I mean that's one of the weirder turns in this piece was Oz doesn't like to talk to national reporters But I decided to go hang out with him Get a flavor of his campaign anyway I showed up early to a campaign event in bluebell Pennsylvania and I wandered in the men's room And lo and behold Doctor Oz is the only guy in there So seeing the serendipitous opportunity I introduced myself I said I was working on a profile of the cormick And Oz right there in the men's room just started fulminating about McCormick and Bridgewater and hedge fund Guy I should say Doctor Oz who surprisingly literate and all things finance He had a degree from the Wharton school was frustrated that McCormick has managed to get away with this transformation to the degree.
"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"The state live right now to many, many people, let me ask you, what's the website? Where can people go check you out? Dave McCormick, PA dot com. Dave McCarthy. Now, if you're successful and again, I'm not endorsing, but it does look to me like you're going to be the nominee. You got to go up against this lefty. And I mean, fetterman is way, way to the left. And he uses his size. Interestingly, you're not as big as he is, but you're the wrestler in the soldier. I'm just curious what you think is going to happen in the fall because he is all. Potter. I mean, he could be already a talk show host yesterday and do very fine. And frequently wrong never in doubt. I know the rules, but that's not good in a senator. Yeah, we'll listen. If I'm the man representing our great party in that, I like that, I like that lineup. For the following reasons first, we can run. We as Republicans and I will run on ideas. I mean, we have such a contrast between the America first policies, what happened in the previous administration, the economy, energy policy border. And what's happening now, which is an absolute disaster and all those 40 year high end inflation, energy dependent. Wide open border that's driving the fentanyl crisis in Pennsylvania. And so to really go hard at those ideas and force fetterman to either defend those policies or explain how those outcomes are good for Pennsylvania, not Republicans or Democrats, all Pennsylvania. So that's the first thing. Second thing, I agree with you. Here's a guy that went to Harvard and has a trust fund who's running running a campaign that he's representing. The forgotten people of Pennsylvania. And I think my background is a combat gut, my background is someone who's created jobs. My background is someone who really understands the economy, which is the issue that's on everybody's mind. And someone who signed the front of the page, not just the back of it. That'll match up well with whoever the nominee is in the democratic side. David McCormick, let's talk a little bit about armed forces. I went to a dinner on Tuesday night in D.C. with 11 smart people in me. I was the journalist in the room. And the 11 smart people had three admirals among them and two legislators. One of whom was on sask and one of them was on task. And our defense is in a mess. Do you want to be on the Senate armed services committee? Because it's a they really do not have a prioritization. They are getting a real cut in defense spending after inflation. And I'm afraid it's your branch of the service that's going to have to take the hit when it comes to personnel, but what do you think? Yeah, listen, I'm terrible. I'm terribly worried about it. I think that there's a number of warning signs. First is the one you're saying, which is the real impact of the budget that's being proposed by Biden would be a decrease in defense spending because inflation. And I think it's a time when the military is going to be called a bunch of sadly and that the world is more dangerous than any time in the last 20 or 30 years. And so I think getting the right resources there with the right leadership is critical. And I don't think we have the right leadership in our officer corps and our civilian officials under this administration. I don't think we have the right war fighting mentality. That's the first problem. Second problem, I'm worried about the allocation of our defense spending. We have to be looking over the horizon and we've had a history of fighting the last war. And we now are in a situation where the nature of the battlefield has changed dramatically. And we need next generation weaponry. We need to be thinking about asymmetric challenges from China and others and we're not prepared. And then the third thing which is maybe the most worrying is that a culture, a culture of social engineering and a culture that's really being driven by this wokeness that comes into the expense of a war fighting culture. And I think those three things put us in a position where we really need dramatic changes in leadership in our Pentagon and our military and unfortunately until we change out the occupants of The White House and get a majority in the Senate and the House we're not going to see that..
"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Downer. Go ahead, tarzana Joe. We will begin. My poem is ObamaCare, but how shall I begin it? After just a dozen years, we finally know what's in it. I didn't keep my doctor and I didn't keep my plan. My premiums are twice as high, Obama, you're the man. We really ought to celebrate the fullness of the fleecing. Beyond what my insurance costs, my co pays keep increasing. We haven't even reckoned with the things they say at cured all across America. They're still our uninsured, the fat are getting fatter and the sick are getting sicker. It seems that the consensus is the older die in quicker. Fraudsters are still frauding and still the cheaters cheat, the doctors that I've spoken to say things I can't repeat. They walk around with laptops to show their in compliance and fear to write prescriptions listed signals some defiance. There may not be those panels, but the government has minions, making sure that doctors don't have medical opinions. I don't give a farthing for what some people say, but it is really science if you only must obey. So let's all pop a champagne cork and set the country buzzing 12 years of ObamaCare and blessed he doesn't that's don't say healthy by tarzana Joe. You know, Joe, I love that poem. And I love it because president Obama, of course, was celebrating ObamaCare this year. But I didn't know what you were going to ride minions with. I didn't see it coming. I thought, oh, that is a, that's a word too far. Minions. And there's never a word too far. There's never a word too far. Well, you didn't even have to stretch opinions rinds with minions. Will that be a tarzana Joe dot com? Of course, of course. And your voice is back. Miraculously. Well, just something crawled out of the throat and I'm flying down. Someone took their boot off of it. I'm just telling you, if you need a poem, go to tarzana Joe dot com. Tarzana Joe dot com is where you can hit the, I want a poem button, or you can email him at tarzana Joe at Reagan dot com for all your poetry needs, and today's poem don't say healthy will be posted it turns into Joe dot com I assume. Thank you. Thank you, Joe. Morning, glory, America. High Canada, who here at live inside the beltway is completes the first week on the air for our new affiliate. News talk for New Bern, North Carolina. One O 3.9 FM 1450 a.m.. Welcome. And on Fridays we do things completely differently a little of this, a little of that, some sports and film with sunny bunch, but I'm changing it up today, coming up at the bottom of the hour, David McCormick is running for Senate and Pennsylvania by having on dovid thune, who is the publisher of the New York sun. The reason I want to do that, dove and welcome. It's good to see you. Thank you for joining me this morning. Oh, it's a pleasure to be with you here. I want people to know about the New York sun. I love the sun when it was printed. Whenever I went to New York, and I follow it on the website and I think Seth lipski is a great editor. You bought it last year late. Why? What do you intend to do with the New York sun? Well, it's no secret that despite the fact that there is a hell of a lot of media newspapers and news websites in this country today. There really is a crisis, a crisis that's facing the news media in general, I would refer to it as a crisis in trust. You have trust in media reaching all time lows. It's more than half since record keeping began in 1972. You know, you have huge percentages of Americans who just do not trust newspapers. They don't trust the TV channels that they watch. So we thought I could not be a better time to bring back the New York sun. The New York sun has a particular record in connecting well with the American public and bridging that gap between publishers and journalists and the reader and the public that we serve. It declares on its iconic masthead. It shines for all and for almost 200 years that's exactly what it's been doing. I would argue, make the case even that this is a newspaper for this very moment. I had a friend named Ray Price. He was the opinion page editor of the New York Herald tribune. He brought me into the world of journalism in 1978 after I graduated from school. And there was a time when New York was full of newspapers. I mean, it was filled to the rim with brimming. Now there's the post, there's The New York Times, of course. Can the New York sun compete with those brand? Your brand is as old and as good, but can it get out and have the influence with recapitalization and repurposing that those two do? Certainly and, you know, it's no secret that some of the papers, especially The New York Times, which was a historic competitor of ours. I mean, we were founded 18 years before The New York Times. And we were sort of neck and neck for quite a long period. And they've sort of moved into a position of dominance, and they've staked their claim as the paper of record, but the truth is they have quite a wide circulation, but very narrow representation. There are many, many millions of Americans. In fact, The New York Times just announced that there are 10 million 10 millionths paying subscriber. I would wager that there's at least ten times that number who would like to pay for a better alternative. You're.
"david mccormick" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Cut number three. The thing about title 42 is the courts have said it was a workaround. It was supposed to be for the height of COVID. Now the courts are saying, well, people are walking around. We're back on the panel. Why are you still using it? Because title four two 42, section two 65, passed in 1944, exists for exactly the situation in Mexico, where they have COVID not under control. And the idea that they would lift title 42 section two 65. I'm all for Greg Abbott. Greg Abbott has done a brilliant thing. Bring them to Lafayette park and let the federal district deal with them. I agree with, by the way, I think that should happen. I had one more exchange on the panel last night. I'll just jam it in here, cut number four on the gridiron super spreader event. Pray for the speaker, she's going to recover. She had two boasters on top of two doses. I'm just waiting to hear the word superspreader. Remember when Amy Coney Barrett's event was held at The White House, and they said about it. Super spreader, super spreader. Well, the gridiron is a super spreader. And The White House signing ceremony is a super spreader. But legacy media won't call it that because it was used to hurt president Trump. It doesn't want to be hurt again. And to that point, Mike Emanuel comes in and you just can't avoid it. I am watching the media try and work around the term super spreader because they don't want to say that about press events or democratic presidential events when they couldn't wait to say it about every Trump event. It's just the legacy media is so deeply biased. When we come back, I will tell you what John Ellis wrote. I have to read it to you. It will take longer than a minute. But let me tell you, it's a remarkable state of affairs in China right now. It's a remarkable state of affairs everywhere. There is going to be quite a weekend ahead. Don't go anywhere. I love my Friday show. They'll Dale dialog is coming up, David McCormick, who is running for Senate in Pennsylvania. Army ranger and 82nd airborne member. They're all coming along. Don't go anywhere at cucu. Say goodbye to Hollywood say welcome back America. I'm you, you and Hollywood is going to fight back this weekend, but it's fighting back against the masters with Tiger Woods, and of course war in Ohio's finest Jason Kokrak at two under three back. The frozen four culminates with the Minnesota state mavericks versus the university of Denver pioneers on set. I just don't know if I'm going to find time to go to the movies and funny bunches here to tell me whether or not ambulance ought to get me there. Hello, sunny. I can't say for sure about that because I have purchased tickets to see ambulance today at 1220 central time. So I'll let you know in the future. I am looking forward to it because I do quite like Michael Bay and I one of our finest one of our finest filmmakers in the big budget spectacle realms. So you are not prepared to give me a warning or non warning yet. I can not warn you one way or the other. You know, it's funny you mentioned the masters. And I never used to be this person, but I have become this person, the only only super interested in tuning in to golf when Tiger Woods is playing. And I don't know, I don't know why I am involved into this person. I never used to be never used to meet me, but man, I was watching last night or yesterday afternoon as he was finishing his round and doing a little doing a little fist pump there at the end when he got that par to go in into the Clubhouse at one under. But you know, you almost lose your life. You almost need your leg and the greatest golfer of all time comes in at one under on Augusta. And I turned into this person years ago. This is the golf tournament that I watch. And the fetching just leaves me alone on Saturday afternoon. Sunday afternoon. Jason Kokrak is from my high school. He played on my so I have lots of interest in it, but I love Augusta. I just love the whole spectacle. And I, you know, I cheated a 140 if I played that course. But it's a wonderful production. Have you noticed the production values of the broadcast, sunny? Yeah, I was watching on ESPN+. So I don't know if it was slightly different, but man, it does look great. And it's really well done. And it is funny how much golf. More than really any other sport, I think, has been helped by HD TV and the ability to really kind of see everything so much so much more clearly. The other would be hockey, but I'm not really guys. The frozen Feynman I'm the commissioner of hockey by designation of Tim polenti in Minnesota, and therefore I have to pay attention. We got university in Minnesota in Minnesota state to the frozen four this year. I also root for Miami. They didn't make it..
"david mccormick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Outcomes for investors is extremely broad. You could have everything from a Japan style recession depression over the next decade or a 19 seventies stagflation. And so if you're an investor or a policy maker, you need to be thinking about that broad continuum of possibilities, And so that creates a lot of uncertainty in the markets and a lot of uncertainty for policy makers. Yes. That's the CEO Bridgewater Associates. David McCormick, still more to come on Daybreak. At least this is Bloomberg. By.