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Vegas Golden Knights coaching staff forced to isolate due to COVID-19 protocols
"The NHL tonight in that? Weirdest scenario in Vegas right now, where Peter do born. His entire coaching staff of the Golden Knights were kept away from the bench to do an abundance of caution. As quote for Ju do Covert 19 concerns. General managers coaching Kelly McCarron is behind the bench along with the Henderson coaching staff. That's their HL affiliate. Vegas is trailing ST Louis in the third period. 4 to 3 Alex. Betray Angelo does have an assist against his former team first time playing them two goals apiece for David Peron and Max Patch ready in that game. Also in the third,
Georgia lawmaker booted from chamber for failing to get COVID-19 test
"Had member finds himself without a place to sit after not following the safety rules when it comes to covert 19, any public safety officer remember the Georgia State Patrol is authorized in the room four of the House to escort a member from the Chamber representative David Clarke, not only was escorted from the floor of the House but lost his office until he agrees to twice weekly Testing, often butting heads with House Speaker David Ralston. He calls it political Nancy Pelosi in D. C. Does he even make mandate of requirements for covert 19 tests? Even the staffers from the state Capitol Center parish 95.5 WSB, I've been asked many
Covid-19 vaccine supply is running low. Here’s how Biden hopes to fix that
"Vaccine has really hit home, leaving many people around here scrambling to sign up for scarce vaccination appointments and others seeing their appointments canceled. But President Biden tonight announced what he calls aggressive steps that his administration is taking to fight the virus, including ordering more vaccine. This is a war time undertaking. It's not hyperbole. And as such, I directed the team to be ready to exercise all the authorities I have under the Defense Production Act and expedite these vaccine. The administration plans to buy another 100 million doses each from Fizer and Madonna with the goal of having enough vaccine for almost the entire U. S population by the end of the summer. Joining us live to talk about it tonight, CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas. There's been so much ugliness and figure pointing over the past four years, Doctor, I don't mean toe Add to it. But who is responsible for this? Because it seems like this point, we should be in a better position regarding vaccines than we are. Yeah, we're in a great position of the vaccines work, and they're safe. That is a remarkable accomplishment. But the rollouts where the federal government said every state can make their own decisions on how to do it, and the method didn't work well. And so the states were so concerned with testing and other things that they really didn't develop plans that, obviously or efficient where the majority of vaccines there were significant numbers sitting in freezers. Rather than in people's arms. So hopefully that is starting to change and more vaccines. You're getting into arms. You said, sitting in freezers. Does that mean they're around? But just not where they need to be. Oh, yeah. I mean, there's a significant number of vaccines that have not yet been administered. Many are being saved for the second shot, but certainly we need to get vaccines out quick. And you know now that we have a more reliable supply chain, we can give all of the vaccines understanding that more vaccines. They're coming down the road to give that second shot. The more people we vaccinate now. More. We can stop the virus and stop they. You know the ramifications, which is the devastation the virus is causing. So you are sounds like you're very much an advocate of whatever you have in your freezer. Now in your fridge. Whatever the facility is get it out to people now. Don't worry about the second shot because there's more on the way. Yeah, I mean, listen, What President Biden just said, is that World War and we're in a war on our soil, so we need to get those taxiing down. If the second vaccine is a week or two or three late. That doesn't really matter. It won't hurt the efficacy it all. There's some data that may actually be beneficial. But we need to vaccinate as many people as possible with that first shot, and then that second set so they could be protected. We're seeing record numbers of hospitalizations and deaths across the country in many places, and obviously we need to intervene. And then we're starting to see variants which are mutations of the virus happened. The more the virus is spreading, the more it can change and we don't want that. What do you think of a plan, and it may be too late to go back now. But what do you think of a plan where we started out and just said, if you're between 80 and 100 years old Plus you get it first and then 60 to Haiti and then the younger people rather than all of these breakdowns, with first responders and supermarket workers and the complexity of it all. Yeah, I think we have to be very simple here on. Certainly many states have overthought this and you know the details were just too complex. You look at countries like Israel that had a remarkably efficient roll out and it was by decade. We know the greatest risk factor for complication from this virus is a judge. And so certainly doing it by decade makes a lot of sense medically and also, you know, delivery wise would be much easier, and at the same time we need a standard way of doing it across the country. The notion of one state doing it differently is encouraging vaccine tourism people traveling to other places, and then we need a standard registration system so people can pre register. When they get there. They can get the vaccine that could be followed. And they can go home rather than having to fill out paperwork and register. In many cases. What do you think about the plan to get 300 Million people vaccinated by fall? Does it seem reasonable and doable? I think it's doable. I really think it's doable. We have two vaccines. Now that work. We have a second one, a third one that we should hear about shortly, which is Johnson and Johnson. And then we have AstraZeneca, which is the vaccine that we have intensive million's already produced that has been approved elsewhere in the world that will be approved here. So what those four vaccines I really think it's doable. And you know, we are lucky we're seeing, you know, shocked by how well these vaccines work and health safe. They are and you know, every time it kind of brings an emotion to me that science came through. Sure appreciate that. And we could hear that in your voice. Dr Rigas. Thank you very much. Thank you. CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Vegas as we learn about a plan by the president and the new administration tonight to buy a couple 100 more vaccines and to try to have 300 million people vaccinated for covert by the fall, stay with
Alaska man admits setting fire at Seattle police precinct
"Was. A man from Alaska pleads guilty to try to set fire to the Seattle Police East Precinct. During last summer's protests. Desmond David pits one of several people caught on surveillance video, piling garbage near a rear door and lighting it on fire. Other people used fast, dry cement and other tools to seal the door shut, so officers couldn't leave the building. Yesterday, David pits pleaded guilty to a federal charge of conspiracy to commit arson and faces up to five years in prison when he is
Spotify tries out audiobooks with help from some celebrity Narrators
"Spotify has released. Nine new exclusive audio books. The books themselves are public domain but the performances by celebrities. David does brooke narrates mary. Shelley's frankenstein forest whittaker reads the narrative of the life of frederick douglas and american slave and hilary swank narrates kate shop the awakening spotify is also releasing a companion podcast called sitting with the classics hosted by harvard. Professor glenda carpio last year spotify partnered with visiting world to release weekly chapter instalments of harry potter and the sorcerer's stone. Although the verge notes this no longer appears to be listed on spotify
CBS executives placed on leave after reports of "racist" and "sexist" comments
"Has put two executives on leave after the National Association of Black Journalists demanded their firing this following a Los Angeles Times investigation into allegations that the two cultivated a hostile work environment. Talking about CBS television stations President Peter Donna and David France senior vice president of news for those stations, CBS says they've been put on administrative leave pending the results of a third party investigation. CBS tells the paper they address the situation with done in 2019, and the company says they haven't received any complaints about his conduct since then. Brand tells the L A times that comments he made about employees or candidates were based on performance and qualifications and not about anybody's race or gender.
Trump Appointee, Michael Pack, Leaves Trail Of Shattered Careers At VOA
"Money wherever you listen to podcasts. There's been so much controversy. At the voice of america and its parent agency that it's easy to forget the human toll executives fired reporters investigated reputations shattered all part of an ideological civil war begun by former president trump's appointee to the agency. Npr's david folkenflik reports the us agency for global media overseas the voice of america and other federally funded international broadcasters. Last monday just two days before he resigned. Michael pack defended his record on fox news. I've been head of the agency for about seven months. And my only goal has been to get it to fulfil its legally mandated mission. Its charter which is present objective balanced comprehensive news. Tell america's story to the world others who worked under pack till npr a different story. It was actually one of the most surreal times of my career and federal government. That's dan handling a senior advisor to the ceo. When pack took office handling joined the trump white house team during the transition in two thousand sixteen and stayed throughout hanlin says he figured his loyalty to the administration would never be in doubt he was wrong. Pack decided almost immediately that hamlin and need weren't to be trusted and he banished them to the far corners of the agency. Headquarters found a foosball table. And since they weren't talking to us we would come in or nine o'clock and stamp out five o'clock and we play football day and we just sit there in common. About how absurd. This whole thing was hamlin's says it was a sign of worse to come. I don't think he had a plan other than to just blow the place up. Voice of america's top officials resigned. Pack fired the presidents of all the other networks back also suspended six top agency executives and paid private law firms millions of dollars to investigate them and the also refused to extend visas for any foreign employees implying they could be spies. Here's former general. Counsel david clergyman. He was among the executives suspended because he believed that we were disloyal to him. It perceived a us as being part of this cabal and it was. It was very troubling clicker. Men says pack embraced trump's fight against the media and against the professionalism of government employees one point even quoted leviticus to me some provisions at talked about bearing false witness clemson resigned in december after months in limbo. You have to stand up to bad actors like my colleagues. And i have done. And we've paid the price for pack pursuit investigations of journalists for perceived anti-trump bias on fox pack renewed allegations against a video segment on view as early language. Service was essentially a repackaged biden. ned It was not targeted as the deserves supposed to be to pakistan but really the michigan an appeal to michigan muslims to flip the state for biden via way. Staffers say packs. Charges are ridiculous. Very few people in the us consumer even know of its coverage social media. Promotions of valley are blocked here. Plus they're only about fifteen thousand michigander. We've speak urge do multimedia journalists benazir samah had her contract terminated diva fired because they thought it was you know against it was like biased towards trump view. Cut loose three colleagues to some odd came to the us from pakistan on a fulbright journalism fellowship. She went to work for the urge. You service in two thousand nineteen. She's now one of many who lost their jobs under pack. Who are seeking to get them back. It has threatened to turn my entire
Wall Street analysts on what to expect from Apple earnings
"The pre earnings financial analyst frenzy continues even analysts. That aren't that sold on apple shares long-term or all about anticipated december quarter numbers among them. Ubs analyst david vote apple insider had him issuing note monday wherein he raised his revenue and earnings per share expectations for the first quarter of fiscal year. Twenty twenty one. He had been looking for revenue of ninety eight point nine billion dollars on earnings per share of a buck thirty five. He is now looking revenue of one hundred six point nine billion dollars on earnings per share of one forty five. What's not to like would seem to be question. He thinks apple ship more iphones than he expected. He thinks the phones they sold had a higher average selling price than expected. He thinks max did better than the same quarter a year earlier and he is really just not into apple. Shares these got a hold rating on apple. Shares is a matter of fact and our price target of one hundred fifteen dollars other firms see apple beating expectations and they are in the apple. Shares take j. P. morgan melissa. Chatterjee please apple through reynaud from chapman to clients in it. He has the cupertino company back with another one of those buster beats when it comes to revenue expectations his appears to be the highest. He is looking for december revenue of one hundred ten billion dollars on earnings of one dollar and fifty six cents.
House delivers Trump impeachment article to Senate, setting stage for trial
"Moments from now members of the house of representatives will deliver the articles of impeachment over to the senate former president trump charged with incitement of insurrection. Set senate trial of course comes next. The first president ever to be impeached twice and now the former president to face it impeachment trial after leaving office we remember that image house speaker. Nancy pelosi signing the document hours. After the house voted to impeach. You'll also remember ten republicans in the house joining the democrats. The house managers right there with speaker. Pelosi who will now make their case against the former president in the trial. They're expected to focus their case. On what members of congress lived through and witness themselves billions of americans watching to the storming of the capital that turned deadly members of congress rushed to safety and they will point to the president's words at that rally that came just before the storming of the capitol and what he repeatedly claimed about the election for weeks leading up to the
God's Love for the Nations (Genesis 26:4)
"Genesis. Chapter twenty six. I four god says to isaac. I will multiply your offspring as the stars of heaven and will give to your offspring all these lands and in your offspring all the nations of the earth shall be blessed so i just wanna make the connection with god's promise to abraham back in genesis chapter twelve verse. Three i will bless those who bless you him who dishonors you. I will curse and n you through you. All the families of the earth shall be blessed hold picture when god called abraham and really was starting the people of israel was to bless this people for the spread of his blessing to all peoples and so when god now speaks the same promised to isaac abraham son he says the same thing i will multiply your offspring is the stars of heaven will give your offspring all these lands in other words. I'm gonna bless you and your offspring and in your offspring follow this all. The nations of the earth shall be blessed so the whole picture is. God's blessing was never intended to center on abraham and isaac to stop with abraham isaac. His blessing was always intended to spread through abraham through is eq to all the nations of the earth. It's the picture we see from cover to cover in the bible. God loves all the nations of the earth all the peoples all the families all the tribes all the clans of the earth got his created them all in his image and desires them all to know his blessing which is why jesus came not just to save jewish people from their sin. He came to save jews and gentiles all people from all nations from their send to fast forward to the last book. In the bible revelation chapter five jesus died to purchase people for god to save redeem ransom people from every nation tribe language and people group in the world all the ethnic groups which is why he told his disciples and all of us who are his followers today. In matthew chapter twenty eight verse. Nineteen go and make disciples of all the nations and this is why we must pray. Then for the spread of god's blessing to all the nations to all the ethnic groups in the world that they might all know his blessing and to pray toward that end to use our resources toward that end in our lives our families and in the church and to send out missionaries from our churches to take the blessing of god in the gospel to places and people. Groups were the gospels. Not yet gone. Is why missions. This is not an optional program. The church for a select few people recall that this is the purpose of god from the very beginning of the bible to bring his blessing to all the nations. He's calling his people over. And over and over again from a to isaac all the way the new testament every follower of jesus to us our lives to get the gospel to those who've never heard
U.K. COVID Strain Is Now in 20 States
"In the state. Newer strain of the Corona virus, first found in the U. K has now been identified in at least 20 states, including Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Dr. Anthony Fauci says that strain and the new variant discovered in South Africa arm or transmissible, but they may not be deadlier. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas says the current vaccine has proven effective against this train from England. But there's still a lot to worry about South African very is the real worry someone. Many of the monoclonal antibodies, which Dyinto a tiny part of the spy protein aren't finding And what we're seeing with some of the people who've been vaccinated. We've been exposed to the prior versions of the virus is that their antibodies aren't barn binding. Well, so we don't know The true answer yet will be some immunity. Probably not 100% immunity like we see with the vaccines with the other strains, Dr Egas says. It's very common for viruses to change. And he says the plateau we're seeing now in cases could take off as the new U. K vary, it becomes dominant across the
SpaceX launches Falcon 9 rocket with record 143 satellites aboard
"Finally lift off today of a space six rocket ignition, and what's that? It's like an uber to space. The space X Transporter one has launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida and is the first dedicated Rideshare mission for Space X carrying 133 assorted small satellites. The mission sets a record carrying the most satellites deployed from a single rocket among the satellites, one with the ashes of dozens of people. One of them is former CBS News correspondent David Barrett, who was passionate about space Stay
SpaceX launches a 'rideshare' mission carrying 143 spacecraft, a record for a single launch
"X Transporter one has launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida and is the first dedicated Rideshare Mission four Space X carrying 133 assorted small satellites. The mission sets a record carrying the most satellites deployed from a single rocket among the satellites, one with the ashes of dozens of people. One of them is former CBS News correspondent David Barrett, who was passionate about space
Dr Fauci warns South African 'super-covid' is the variant to worry about because it may make vaccines less effective
"Well, the newer strain of the Corona virus first found in the UK and now identified in at least 20 states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey Dr Anthony Fauci says that strain and the new variant discovered in South Africa arm or transmissible, but they may not be deadlier. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Vega says the current vaccine has proven effective against the strain from England. But there's still a lot to worry about this South African very is the real worry someone many of the monoclonal antibodies, which Dyinto a tiny part of the spy protein. Are finding and what we're seeing with some of the people who've been vaccinated or been exposed to the prior versions of the virus. Is that their antibodies barn Barn binding well, so we don't know The true answer yet will be some immunity. Probably not 100% immunity like we see with the vaccines with the other strains, Dr Ada says. It's very common for viruses to change, he says. The plateau we're seeing in cases could take off as the new U. K vary, it becomes dominant across the
Larry King, legendary talk show host, dies at 87
"Miami heard him first broadcast legend Larry King's death Saturday reminded people off his 25 year run hosting Larry King Live on CNN. But he got his start in South Florida and gained fame Wi OD radio, where he developed an interview style that made people want to sit down with him. They know they're going to get a fair shake, and the show is about them, not me. King died in Los Angeles at age 80. Seven he had battled the coronavirus. A
Authorities Investigating Vandalism, Explosion At El Monte Church In Los Angeles County
"Trying to figure out who was behind a church bombing overnight in Armani. I think think if if you you go go anywhere anywhere where where have have the the warship warship is is targeted targeted like like this this in in such such a a violent violent crime? crime? El El Monte Monte Police Police chief chief David David Reno Reno So So tells tells Kayo. Kayo. Next Next explosion explosion happened happened at at first first Works Works Baptist Church about one Am appear that someone had placed a improvised explosive device against the church or at the church, and they have detonated, causing damage to church. There have been recent protests at the church over their alleged anti LGBT preachings, but police say they have nothing to connect the bombing to the protest. The group that organized the demonstrations released a statement on social Media is saying that they do not condone violence and they encourage people to not fight. Hate with hate. No one was hurt in the blast.
$1M Mega Millions Tickets Sold In Brooklyn, Queens New York
"Ticket for the mega million's billion dollar jackpot was sold in Michigan to second place, tickets were sold right here in the city. Those two tickets matched every number except the mega ball, making them worth $1 million apiece. One ticket was sold that the Moonlight Deli and Grocery on 21st Street in a story A while The other was sold at the All a convenience store and gas station in Sheepshead Bay. There were total of 12th place. Tickets sold nationally, with two of those tickets, one sold in Virginia and another in North Carolina Worth $2 million each, since they were bought with a multiplier that doubled the winnings. David Folk Thomas W. O. Our new governor, Cuomo says New York
Interview with Phil McAlister
"Hello and welcome to the skeptics guide to the universe. Today is sunday january seventeenth twenty twenty one. And this is your host. Stephen avella joining me this week. Or bob novella. Everybody cara santa maria. Howdy joy novella. Hey guys and evan bernstein skepticism. On a sunday. I love it. This is a rare sunday recording. We're doing this because of the twelve hour show next saturday. The saturday this show comes out. I probably will be posted in this up right before we begin to twelve hours. Show so if. You're listening to this on saturday that it comes out. We're probably in the middle of the twelve hour show. Why aren't you watching that instead. Leaving this to console you on sunday or monday because the twelve hour livestream is over priorities. So we're not keep saying like we're trying to get away from doing the covert thing every week but there's always stuff to talk about that has to recover recovered. Schwab one thing about it. Obviously it's still raging the numbers that getting scary high still is crazy but david kessler which was announced as the covert czar for the incoming biden. Administration you guys remember who he is. Yes cast that. He was in From london movie right cutler no he was a former head of the fda in the ninety s and after his stint in the at the fda in the nineties the president for a while of yale school of medicine. That's how i. I know you have on speedo him personally. But you know the commissioner of food and drugs for h w bush and clinton muslim sounds nonpartisan. I like that a he. He was very much opposed to the shea. Dietary supplement health and education. Act which was a terrible loss stills eternal and he was he was completely right correct in his opposition to it so hopefully because a lot of experience. Hopefully he'll will prove to be the right person for this job. And we're hoping to shift into high gear will along that line steve in three days. Yeah did you hear. That biden is elevating. He's making a cabinet of science. Yes yes scientists. -nology whatever is now going to be cabinet. Level is a cabinet level position for the first ever cap which will not be in the line of succession by the way. It's a cabinet level position. But it's not a cabinet position. I thought he was building a cabinet filled with cool science thing like curio cabinet closet of mystery. I remember that from what is this endless fascination with forbidden closet of mr really cool i mean. It's the first time the president has ever put somebody at that high. A level in science position which conferences shows his commitment to evidence based policy and also francis. Arnold who i'm super excited about you guys remember. She's caltech scientist who recently won a nobel prize. She's going to be within his his group. I'm not really sure how everybody's designated quite yet but within that group of scientists which is very exciting. I think it should be like the bridge of the enterprise. D where you've got the president the vice president and you've got the czar of science right up there with the big boys because that's where belongs in the position that the council the troy was in. That's what i'm saying. Sitting do truth be told captains left. I am kind of glad that it's not a. I shouldn't say this i don't know i don't know if i would want it to be a cabinet position because then because then they enter into the line of succession and i do worry that whoever is appointed could potentially be. Isn't that a worry about every single cabinet level position. Never i mean. Is there a cabinet member. You guys ready to become president on day one. I mean unless you've watched the survivor soul survivor. Some of those people have served in previous administrations have worked in government. It's obviously it's never happened. I it's so unlikely that i don't think someone's going to pick or not pick a cabinet member because they don't think that they're ready to be president. Yeah i mean why. Scientists are science minded person. Good as president. I think that's what we want. They wouldn't necessarily be it would be but they would still need to be somebody who has executive leadership skills all right. Let's get right into some news items. Is it true that astronomers were wrong about the number of galaxies in the universe. a what. Yeah they're often wrong about stuff like that so yeah. The estimated number of galaxies in the universe was recently cut in half. You are correct steve. So how the hell did this happen. And and more importantly what is the worst title for a news item covering this discovery. All all will be revealed So this all started years ago when the hubble space telescope did some deep sky surveys and it came up with the estimate for the number of galaxies which was two trillion lots of galaxies two trillion in the universe. It did this by using by doing deep field observations. These are observations. That take a really long time looking at the same patch of sky. So you're you're building up the photons right you just building up. The photons. seeing what's revealed and that would that reveals after a while that reveals the very very very faint galaxies. And then then it's easy. Yes sir but can we clarify. Are you talking about the observable universe so you just just just a good point to a good time to clarify that. The the observable universe is a subset of the total universe because like because some of the universe has moved beyond the on the einstein limit rights even traveling at the speed of light. The universe is not old enough for light to travel from there to here so we can't see it's outside of our bubble our light bubble right. It's a little complicated. But yeah i think primarily although not necessarily implies that it's it's just it's just observable we'll we'll see maybe we can. Let's revisit at the end okay. So then so then. Once you have this patch of sky that you've looked at for a while Then you and then you then you know how many galaxies right then you just multiply that little patch by how many similar how many patches in the in the sky are there. And that's and that's basically. What hubble did but we knew that. That wasn't quite accurate though that that's because there has to be other galaxies that are out there that are just too faint to be directly detected even with the best deep field observation that the h. The hubble space telescope could muster onto those super faint galaxies though they do create a suffused glow. Just a general glow in the galaxy and now this background glow that i'm talking about is called the cosmic optical background which is a term. I hadn't i hadn't seen before which is fascinating because it reminded me of maybe was well the cosmic microwave background which is the first light of the universe when it became transparent to electro-magnetic radiation the cosmic optical background that was the glow of all the
"david what" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Country Immigration Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, campaigning in Florida today. David Smiley is the senior political reporter for The Miami Herald, and he's following the Biden campaign. David What's significant about this visit to historic Little Haiti in Little Havana? Miami is home to the largest community of Haitian Americans off the island in the country, and it's important for Biden to perform well to connect with Asian American voters. Who make up a very significant part of Miami's larger black community. And Ah, Biden's campaign offended a number of Haitian Americans last month when his running mate, Kamala Harris, Came to Miami and held a black leaders round table and there were no Haitian Americans on that round table. And there were activists who felt somewhat ascended and others who felt like it was indicative of a lackadaisical approach to trying to reach Creole speaking Haitian Americans, ah and connect with them before the election, many feeling like the biting campaign. Was taking them for granted. So this is clearly a step to showing the Haitian American community that they matter to the Democrats. They matter to Joe Biden, and they're going to try to to bridge that gap today afterward to Little Havana, which is the B, also the historical exile home of Cuban Americans. The place where many Cuban American exiles settled and established themselves when Fidel Castro took over in Cuba. What's interesting, there is no one. We know that Biden needs to do better with Cuban American voters. And so on one hand, his visit today is also ah side of him reaching out to try to boost his numbers with that very large community. Ah, Cuban American make up about maybe half of the Hispanic population of Miami Dade County, and we have about 900,000 Hispanic voters in my Day county. However, little Havana is also heavily becoming a central American community. A number of just as a number of Haitian Americans have left little 80 and moved to sort of, I guess what we would loosely call Miami suburbs. Ah, lot of Cuban Americans have left Little Havana and gone west or gone east or or North. And and they're the neighbour's increasingly becoming very blue collar. Ah, lot of Nicaraguans lot of Central American living there. So it's not only an attempt to reach to American voters by the violent campaign, but also what we would largely describe in politics as the non Cuban Hispanic vote, which provided is very important is going to lose conservative Cuban American voters. But he should win with non Cubans and his campaign feels like he should do very well at them, and they probably feel like he needs to do better into that. And what's the message that he has for these different communities? So largely the biting campaign is is focusing on Corona virus, um and on the economy. So he's coming in and talking up his build back. Better message, although today they've re branded it in Espanol Tio connect with the voters that they're meeting with, but he's going in today to talk about trying to set the country in his words back on the right course to get the current virus pandemic. Under control. Miami has been one of the worst hard hit Metro's from the pandemic in the country. And so Biden is going to address that, but he's also talking about health care. About trying to improve upon Obamacare. Miami is also the metro areas also the capital for Obama care in the country s O. That's an important message. In that community and then also talking about the economy. There are a lot of people in Miami's tourism driven economy who are really suffering right now during the pandemic, and so he's also bringing an economic message about jobs and labor. What's significant about tonight? Town Hall event? This is with undecided voters, isn't it tonight? Count off Forum with Joe Biden on NBC event. It's at the Paris Art Museum, Miami, which is this fairly swanky art museum, built on the bay overlooking a lot of very beautiful sights. Miami is a very nice place to do it. I guess they're going to do it outside, so we don't know exactly what he'll be asked. But it is it is. I think for Biden setting his campaign wants to put him in. Or he could be on TV, talking to voters directly and engaging with people where they feel like he does very well. In comes office empathetic. And personable when he's talking to people, as opposed to say, you know, trying to wrangle Donald Trump on the debate stage and Jill Biden. She also has a big role to play here in parts of Florida. What are her plans? Try. Joe Biden will be with her husband in Miami today. But before the town hall, she's going to head up the Palm Beach County to Boca Raton to do a drive in rally, so the Biden campaign has really tried to adopt. A glass roots strategy that Trump supporters in Miami begin doing a long time ago. With car caravans going all throughout Miami. The Trump campaign has really had some very massive turnout for these events. Which was have kept traffic going in Miami, even when the pandemic slow things down, So the binding campaign has really started trying to adopt those models, socially distance way that show your enthusiasm. And so she's going to be out with supporters in their cars today in Ah, in vocal tone. David Smiley is a senior political reporter for The Miami Herald. 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"david what" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"David shuts down and it was like? A wall so someone would then go up and give you like you would be safe and then David just runs through the scenarios of well who do we think it would be and never firmly says, yes. I promise you. I voted with you. I am working with you I am committed to using the veto on you to save us to get us as a group further he fails to do that, which is why I can understand Dan Kevin being suspicious of him. Yeah, and To be clear I don't think David would use the veto. He. Memphis his hand, you made that deal with Memphis in Memphis. Made it clear that if you went back on this deal that he would be like target number one and Memphis would do everything he could to get David out of the House and and David tries to make a point to Kevin which is like if I use the veto like who goes up Like a pond like like one of one of us is going home regardless of what happens here. So this is not a situation like von where on won the veto and had the ability to solidify that. Of them are safe by taking Kevin down. This is a situation where like sure David could use the veto on either day or Kevin, but the other one would just end up leaving. So. As to your point, he does not communicate that. Well at all he just kind of like shuts down well. Right and I think that's the thing is I understand that that's the reality of the situation but if you're working with people and you're trying to convince them I am working with you I am on board with you. Then you don't you can throw the veto competition. You'll have to win right you can I. Say I think he's going to be like he doesn't want to lie till. He doesn't WanNa be like, yes I will use the beat on you. Then going through the veto competition like he's trying to be as honest as he can I think because he doesn't want to lie to them at. All right. guardless poorly communicated the situation. Yes. That's that's the thing he just doesn't know how to communicate. In the game very well. But. They do they do talk about Memphis? And Kevin. Kevin Talks about this he says, Memphis. I think everyone is looking at him like. Was Looking at him like Oh easy Personal Jack, the that they can be. They can beat him but his whole attitude has changed since jury he's so much nicer and David agrees. And they're talking about like how he's ever since jury he's been. He's been nicer like these people think that they can drag into the they've got another thing coming. So. Much. Nicer. Nicer. No. But then I think that that transitions into then Kevin explaining how the goats strategy works to David of yes. So you know sometimes there's a player that's not in the majority. Or player that's not particularly liked it's dragged to the end so that the person sitting next to them, we'll get all the votes 'cause they're alliance members are in the jury, which is David What might be happening to you. That's why they're courting you I unclear if David understood this because he never really responded to Kevin but at least Kevin is trying to maybe communicate with him Gamewise So Kevin Talks Today von after please talk to David. And day day says I don't want to and he's pleaded please just hear him out. So she goes and she talks to him and he says. I get it. This is the. Fourth time. We've been in this situation I know you're not going to believe.
"david what" Discussed on WTOP
"Fifteen now David what a night for the wizard is why we show up there is no script the wizards push the box the best team in the NBA to overtime and almost another overtime alligator five right wing outside yard for proud to be here for three and that was it is it full with a junior so close to forcing a second overtime respond real how it got to that point wizards did lose a box one thirty seven one thirty four but Bradley Beal a career high fifty five points twenty nine of his points in the fourth quarter and overtime bills currently fifty five point tonight at three hundred fifty three points bill the first players since Kobe Bryant in March of two thousand seven fifty point games on consecutive nights bill's performance last night coming just hours after the memorial service for Kobe Bryant in Los Angeles I think everybody Washington was a spectacular enough for Vanessa to get up there and be a strong she was and everybody was spoke in Idaho's those very very strong and courageous of everybody knows the difference sat with me you know his legacy will live on forever will chamberlain James harden only other players to have in NBA history have fifty three points at least fifty three on consecutive nights capitals Winnipeg tonight then before the puck drops a ceremony to honor Alex I ventured into seven hundred goals George Mason tonight host number four Dayton highest ranked opponent ever to visit Fairfax at George Mason lost of in number six Georgetown back in nineteen eighty five spring training the Astros booed loudly in the tiger spring training home beat the Tigers Levin the one Jose L. trouve grazed by a pitch let's see a few of the season Dave Johnson are you feel be sports hi Dave coming up red line trains still singing a single tracking in Rockville where someone was hit by a metro train on the tracks this.
"david what" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Calming. Hello Darling. What's the matter come on? I know everything can be explained now. I know that I don't believe in the supernatural but this defies vise all lulls of man nature and Claudia Guys David. Hey don't stand their money and David What's wrong. Nothing Mrs Brown. Nothing all probably just me David Nutt Very. I don't think I'll just sit down here in this chair in the middle of the floor facing nowhere in particular from here. The room has a slightly rakish rakish appearances like a picture once called after the earthquake. We're moving it to the window when you're not. I'm very sorry. I interrupted you but I did want to get in I. I had a perfectly good of course to brand new lock that I installed this afternoon. Girls row the perfectly good key to the brand new locked work lined. I tried it before I left. Then I come home the perfectly good key no longer fits the brand new lock. No because the brand new luck no longer looks brand new ten there possibly being funny. Isn't it. We all thought to change the key today and and mother inadequate in the knock. Mom and I bought this evening. He said the lock in the door was a new. What items crazy I told him it was the same on? We had for years The man was right but it doesn't matter David. We have another lock on the door now. It didn't cost much at all because you see mom and I bought a slightly used slightly. I used one pre wall. And where does this little bug and come from a man on the corner Mr Potter. I think his name was voter. Little Man on the corner. I've just had a horrible thought and I'm going to verify it it's verified. That's why I visited Mr Potter this afternoon. I brought him the lock we had on this door. I traded it to him for a new one. So there's no wonder that my Ol- all keep this look exactly exactly you know the and I bought I old fashioned brilliant. My child exactly. That's what you did. Oh well what's the difference. It works now. Mr Potter must've fixed..
"david what" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"All the way down to the Brooklyn Beaky we merge if you're heading over by the Verrazano now if you're using the stat crossings the average Koppel's bay own everything seems to be moving well now the forecast from the W. C. B. S. weather center it's like a pretty dreary week coming up for the most part cloudy tonight low of fifty five in the city forties in some suburbs tomorrow cloudy with some drizzle at times a high of sixty one Wednesday a few patches of drizzle and a high of sixty six Thursday some rain at times with a high of sixty nine Friday showers early then finally some sun in the afternoon Friday sigh near sixty two sounded Saturday in so that we can look sunny but chilly frost Saturday so I will be fifty six Sunday high fifty four cloudy now sixty three Metuchen sixty one in Nanuet and sixty two degrees here in lower Manhattan at three thirty that WCBS more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty the Pentagon releases new details about the raid that ended with the death of the leader of ISIS city councilman demands more training for NYPD officers after Cobb threw punches it teams during a brawl on Friday wild fires in Los Angeles and California's wine country destroyed more homes and forced evacuations sports the jets straight defensive lineman Leonard Williams to the giants for two draft picks Yankees fire pitching coach Larry Ross child the Knicks host the bulls tonight cloudy in New York sixty two degrees on Monday October twenty eighth good afternoon it is three thirty one at W. C. B. S. it's the afternoon roundup with Steve Scott in Michael Waller we're learning more about the raid that ended the life of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi CBS news national security correspondent David Martin was at this afternoon's Pentagon briefing any is on our news line David what new details were revealed today well for one thing we learned that oh my god he's remains have now been disposed of remember he killed himself by detonating a suicide of the.
"david what" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"To David what made you me she doesn't have any female friends are very few female friends all of our friends are guys yeah a little bit I'd say it's a deal breaker but I'm saying yeah the antennas up a little bit like why what's the deal with that has trouble with other friendships with other females I known females like that I have to and I'm not I'm not saying it can't work but yeah there's a flight to goes up is there for you I really don't I don't have any relationships with women but a man I have a couple you know it's like well that's weird yeah I mean I is it because you you don't get the same reaction from men that are from women that you had a man and that's what you're seeking I don't know what it means well I think on the flip side of what David was just saying to that I've talked to a different women about this okay as far as like a boyfriend or whoever has a significant has a friend of the opposite sex so it's friend is female if the friend is not attractive at all a lot of times those women they they don't mind so much if the friend is smoking hot all over there all bets are off there's no friendship going on there that's weird because I got a couple of female friends that are really close friends of mine that have been for years they're married happily married yeah right but I still can I still talk to him about once every two or three months yeah see a couple times a year right now and if they suddenly became available you'd be there like stink on believe Mister.
"david what" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Out student loans for you know that we can pay with the money that you save for her but i'm just wondering if it would be smarter for us to have her take out student loans for the next two years and a lot of people that would consider that if bernie sanders is gonna ring down free money great point laura great point appreciate you calling in thank you let's go to david in san antonio rep david what's up Love the show. All I had to say. Welcome back. Welcome back. What do you say talk yet? I think you said chocolate voice say chocolate. He called he held on for like a half an hour just to do that. You a magical. We love David. He's a great. He's a great listener. He loves the show. But man, I mean just do that whole, he didn't have a life. Heaven, our. Back on the voice. And then to sing that little by the way, I think he got into David. I'm sure you have a life, but that was that was something hold on that long to do that. All right. Perte would probably did his own with the natives of this alone. Data's this, their view tools to block idea about that. What did you do? I figure out. Yeah. february twenty fifth twenty sixteen and yes for some reason i don't do this often i felt as though i should sing the song In an attempt to have the same accent. Bernie had. Virtually I did it didn't we will. He's from Brooklyn. Folks kinda funny. Until he was forty. Had no steady job. He's a rockstar. Other people's money. Say he's always been a slob pick the guy when we were gonna put it out there. Woman. All you need. Your vote. Rob. That. The city note he'll take. Cash from get hard to you, as you sit around like a big lump of lard thirty cents. Oh, yeah. Ready? Crickets roaches. Free. Harmony there.
"david what" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Everything organized and people who have to. Willing to do that today. Wall Street Journal reporter, James Hagerty on America's aging bridge clubs. He's here later in the hour. Cattle ranchers says their livelihood may depend upon persuading congress to order mandatory country of origin labeling for the steaks and burgers. They produced the government wants required such labels, but lawmakers outlaw them in two thousand fifteen to comply with global trade rules, David Lynch, global economics correspondent at the Washington Post paid a visit to Patterson Washington near the border with Oregon to get a feel for the cattle battle, David. What are these cattlemen after? Well, what they're after is they want the government to order all beef sold here in the United States in the grocery store carry a label as you know, where it's from. And they wanted to say made in the USA. What does this really about is sort of a collision between a just the latest turn in a decade long argument about this and the president new North American trade deal? And so these ranchers have been fighting this. Fight off and on for ten years. They won in lost battles in congress. They've lost a couple of key battles at the World Trade Organization, and I should say the industry itself is divided. These ranches I was spending time with Representative a minority view within within their industry. But they look at this new North American trade deal that the president is trying to get through congress, and they're trying to hit you ride of that they're trying to get their favorite issue to act onto that and do the pull out a last minute win here. And I'd say the odds are against him. Explain the importance of having this made in the USA label on their cattle. What does it mean to them? I I guess financially. Right. Their view of this is that if consumers and avid choice, they will choose American beef, and they feel strongly about that. And they feel like, you know, the absence of the this type away which was in use for several years after two thousand nine two thousand nine to about. Two thousand fourteen or fifteen and cattle prices plummeted after that labeling was taken off because of the World Trade Organization rulings and they see a direct tie between labeling and price that they get for their product. Now, the you get our on this. And there are the, you know, the main industry grew the national Cattlemen's beef association, they say, no, that's not the case. And they have got studies done for the the US department of agriculture that say that look at that price decline after the labeling requirements taken off and say, you know, it didn't have a heck of a lot to do with labeling was because other supply and demand factors within the industry, and so in their view, and according to this study really is no connection. No direct connection between labeling and price. But you know, that's an argument that's going on for over ten years. The important part though. And the reason why this is such an uphill battle. This is the world. Trade organization has already ruled on this twice. And they've said that the way the US was doing labeling amounted to a trade barrier sort of who was away to discriminate against foreign beef. And it wasn't permitted under global trade rules speaking with David Lynch global economics correspondent at the Washington Post is piece is called America. I may be last hope for these cattle ranchers and these cattle ranchers he's referring to a made in the USA label on their cattle. This seems like an awfully tough fight for the little guy. And you know, having lost a fight and lost it in. What seemed to be a decisive way about four years ago? I wouldn't say they were resigned to their fate. But they got to recognize reality. We're in fast forward to twenty seventeen. You've got President Trump coming into office. He's a vocal advocate of buy America policies, manufactured goods and in seeking to renegotiate NAFTA. The trade deal with Mexico and Canada, he said as an objective, bringing more manufacturer and particularly the auto industry back here to the US. So they looked at that. And they said, whoa. Maybe maybe this new guy Trump is is our ticket. And so they've tried to get their issue. They're labelling issue in cert- it into the legislation to congress will ultimately take up to approve this new trade deal. But it's, you know, they're they're really fighting a lot of procedural battles. And and frankly of factor in congress and the administration where you've got lawmakers who've been around for years who fought this battle and lost it several times. And they look at it. And they say, you know, we would see any point Iran up this hill. One more time if we're just gonna lose at the WTO again, the influential lawmakers on their side. Senator John tester from Montana who later this month is is looking at trying to get a non-binding sense center. The Senate resolution passed to see where opinions stands on this. You know, the the other main industry force within their own business is against them and has pretty deep pockets. And as I say that, you know, the real stumbling block is, you know, even if you could get congress onboard, Mexico and Canada was scream bloody murder and complained to the WTO again. And you'd almost certainly lose that fight have lost twice. Thanks, david. David Lynch global economics. Correspondent at the Washington Post is thirteen minutes now after the hour on this weekend..
"david what" Discussed on This American Life
"A quick warning there are curse words that are unbeaten today's episode of the show. If you prefer a beep version you can find that at our website this American Life Dot Org David's what problem was supposed to solve the teachers were trying to get the kids stop tattling and why was that so important because it's a pre K. classroom and it's constant there right. I should say by the way that you are David Castenbaum. You're one of our producers are managing editor right now and <hes> and <hes> this <hes> classroom. Is your kids classroom right yeah. Both of them went there. I still don't get it seems like kids Taddeo each other. It's just a fact of pre K.. It is but you got twenty something kids. I mean you know it's hard being one parent with two kids doing it imagine in your classroom with like twenty kids and if they bring it to you as a teacher all these little injustices you gotta get like involved in all these cases you know right and it's just a time suck yeah just a time suck and so so one of the teachers had this great idea she took a tissue box hung hung it on the wall and then took this plastic phone receiver in hung it in it and said something like that's the tattle phone..
"david what" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"David what about the credibility issue because heading into the mid terms i mean that's the question i have does this have any lasting the trump base we're going to be going to their rally next week the trump ace they stick with him through thick and thin yeah do porn star payoffs that have now been repaid and all of the lies on top of lies and the white house press briefing imploding you know in another fog of lies i mean does any of that have any effect any residue so not on trump's base i haven't seen any effect there yet but trump didn't get just elected president with justice base alone he got elected by also winning independence they're not with them right now so there is a difference and where this does play out on the midterms trump's base alone is not going to be enough to save the republican charity in the house of representatives so it can't just be my basis fine so politically everything's okay for the president that's not the case but just step back for a second and look at this week he cleaned house of his legal counsel and release finally in charge in there and he brings in other folks and gets rid of tied cobb to actually start clarifying things for himself and moving forward to resolution any cut so much money or his chief advocate now rudy giuliani made his life worth this week not better i had one lawyer today what's the over under on how long rudy giuliani last will it be longer than scaramucci or will it be a little bit you know a shortage rough up against scare muccio only ten or eleven days i mean we're we're approaching a new world record the president's room under the bus today right.
"david what" Discussed on Acquired
"Welcome to episode to season five of acquired the podcast about technology acquisitions and ipo's i'm ben gilbert david rosenthal and we are your hosts you're coming at you twenty four hours after the trading began for the initial public offering of dropbox david what do you think it was a big day here in here in san francisco yesterday is the window open are we are we about to see a whole bunch of these are we were you about to see the stampede of unicorns i wish i think we're well i think the we does open i don't think it's going to be a stampede but maybe it will be a slow procession which would be a good thing for everybody listeners as you know on on the show we generally like to do most of our episodes taking a good amount of time since either the acquisition of the ipo happened so we can analyze you know was it a good decision for an ipo was it a good idea to hit the public markets and raised that money and what did they end up doing with it or with an acquisition what did the acquirer end up doing with the acquirer but sometimes the current narratives and the story is so juicy and they're such a good back story to the company and a narrative to talk about how they got where they got where we just got to do it and so we are you know we're here in real time after dropbox ipo did one day a very successful trading to to talk about dropbox the company so if you're new to the show you can check out our slack at acquire dot fm dc to either join the slack there or get email updates about when we have new episodes and if you have listened the show in your thinking hey like.
"david what" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Adversaries you so you know like you see that in sports like certain certain you know especially like college i don't know but i think ultimately what they found out one of the guys who coach said they were so similar they both revved so intensely wanted to win every snap right and they were on opposite sides of the ball and then they became on opposite sides of a rivalry in the nfl that's something bruce talked a lot about at his show was the fact that like when you see it like he and his dad and how difficult that relationship was where from what does that say about you when you say like i i really don't like this guy because he reminds me of me you say like ultimately like it got a lot of problems with myself who that in they all do all anybody who's irish italian we all do the same problem sometimes you can't make it on your own i don't even start me on one i think he talks about it's heavy to and right there say david and tracy starts us off at eight oh eight can be our after the richard sherman interview david what's up man good to hear from you oh good to hear from you guys i am so excited right now man i interview and it was great got my joe my juices flowing you know i'd take my buddy told him to tune in everyone's all on board pro and man it was just so refreshing to hear someone actually wanna come here and want to be a part of it you know and it's a beautiful thing you know what you guys would you guys came back with with him you know that's the part about it almost feels like a whiplash story you know where where he's pushing and pushing and pushing and you know god is the god competitiveness out scott harp bothering finally came in and let him do his thing and and look at it it's all coming full circle you know like the best going back to the league and is with us now you know it's got me excited and then have you brian thanks a lot for the call guys thanks for the call.
"david what" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"I actually even pull up the tip here because it was here he said between depending on who it is what two to five bucks depending on where you are i do too and that toll this hoity toity restaurant which shelby unnamed and he said five for sure five okay valet at a restaurant downtown four is is what are they drive the guy's a block to come on five dollars and i'm paying seven dollars for parking when i i'm dropping like two hundred and something dollars on a no no so what you you agree executive producer chris sounds like a meeting above my means he says you go to hell and you die took an hour and thirty minutes to get there but here we are you go to hell and you die we are i got a funny story by the way tell me how you how you do your tipping i don't understand associate producer joseph you're in for associate producer david what's the tipping here do you agree with both of these two jokes that you're not supposed to the you're not supposed to tip the housekeeper i mean i don't i don't get that i my wife and i always did but now we don't because we're not supposed to or something i don't understand this it's not mandatory mandatory often i would do one to five bucks a day depending on what's going on so he does it to okay eight hundred two eight eight wbz ap is our number eight hundred two eight eight nine.
"david what" Discussed on KKAT
"The wayside all the talk now about obstruction uh possibly because they just after all this investigating there's not a lot there for the conclusion the collusion i hope honest to god just as an american citizen that there's nothing that meets the legal definition of obstructing justice because then we're going to have a real mess on our hands but i also think in but he will benefit from no i agree with you i think that it would be very debilitating to have uh a fine being the president of the united states obstructed justice and did all sorts of things i mean it would be bad if he actually did it but it would also be bad if if the if people felt half the country and we're divided roughly down the middle path the country felt to the other side was using extraconstitutional uh extra democratic small de means to try and support uh a duly held election i mean that was just just would not be good for the country all not in a position to deal with something like that so the best outcome is some under liens get get mad for doing things that are improper which i actually do think it's possible i think it sensible that under lanes of the trump campaign possibly including his son who i consider an underling uh didn't know what they were due in didn't care what they were doing clearly never thought about the fact that they might win following the rules and did things that were improper davidmdrucker z senior political correspondent for the washington examiner david what's your quick take on what the new as memo friday showed or did not show just a quick characterization of it let a possible the officials within the fbi in the intelligence community of used by the law possible that but that yeah but that the there's still nothing uh underlined lee wrong with fee mon investigation well okay so that there because i don't want to run out of time because a i saw you article over the weekend that there's there's some maneuvering by trump fans in the republican party to change the nominating process so it will be more difficult to challenge him and 2020 as a republican here and it's pretty normal what in 2012 on the floor.
"david what" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Nation he was going to be a here i i was just i'm i'm reading the book principles from ray delio now and he talks about joseph campbell hero with a thousand faces and the choice to become a hero because the path of a hero is is not an easy one nap book hours was seriously deep book i i read that in fact i believe i read that book as a result of leaving that class and going into a different classroom yes this is all time together who are not as a coup of guys had it right here with thousand faces definitely recommend that baguette now brennan i think it's your question i should i just read it david i'll undo a undoing this david what movie could you see again and again and again as my movement that was good that was frankly getaway hours those meted have said later in a world nato were e tacts one one man you will do it i would knew that i really like the matrix i've watched that went over and over and over and two i really one two or three uh at wine one was the best way i available on usually it is and then uh i also really like like the batman movies i watch those several times over i could probably uh you know at the better answer my question will be dummy dumber as as like a stupid his at his from you to say policy government dumber like twenty times and it just does not get any less money every hemmer pretty bird three dot in as a video or docket of devout what i could quote like the entire thing from beginning to add that i don't know what it is about that being like the perfect guy movie but i think that did we get along so well we have a lotta dumming number courts will as a movie yes did aptly named all right.
"david what" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"I want him i think manhunt to be able to have each season b but new crime that would be my thought of as it feels like they're going to wrap up this the season is going to wrap up than as nebulous original right that looks originals called man on chris north is in aceh worth at who's ground while love love low sam he's plays the of officer fitzgerald the fbi agent who was instrumental in catching him nudging and it's just really good on how they got on the inside track how long it took what it took to get him really fascinating so if you have a chance to i i was not aware of some of the things that even close to that was going on with causes those of is really good yeah and who was it it's the yale professor david what's his name that we deal with all the time glenn has hasim on the show quite a bit gardner right david gartner it was injured by the what are the by the unit bomber so we actually know some by all that's great who was one of as victims and he's been yeah he's been in the studio multiple times and highlighted yeah he's a he's actually i think he's the loan conservative who's ever been to yale campus which i would love to be where i would love to be able to talk to him once i finish this better allowed to talk to him about the series yes because i'd like to see what a what he remembers that he might not be might be the same way go low the workings book the this if you have an opportunity to watch it it's really good it's it's fascinating on how they are they ended up i'm almost done i mean they have a they go back and forth between uh.
"david what" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"The eminence on this panel panel i want you to congratulate yourself for being so eminent now let's prove it i've got a quick question for all of you i will start with david lundy and then go charlie charles and rich david what happens to the gop if this week it does not or next week it does not pass healthcare i think the gop in trouble either way frankly i am a little bit off the the conventional wisdom here i think they're better off if they don't do the current build its before congress and the wind up having to negotiate with democrats because that's what the people want charlie meyerson 2016 chose the of enemy inclination now i have to make predictions let's see shara you can find me useless on the show but we're going to wolf i it's this year the last year in particular has been so unpredictable i i wouldn't even presumed to the hazard a guess is the what's going to happen charles lips in the fate of the gop if they don't repeal and replace obamacare in the next ten days i think that the brand has already been badly damaged and i think that probably whatever comes out of this will damage the more it looks like it'll be very hard to put together a bill purely republican bill that satisfies a lot of people if they negotiate with the democrats although that will leave both of them holding the bag phil have a base that just furious we'll both basis be furious i don't know but richard puerta your answer to my first question what happens to their gop if they don't pass healthcare well i i actually think they will pass the healthcare so i don't think it's going to be an issue at the end of the day they're going to rally around the the need to fix obamacare this falling apart a other realtime basis and if congress doesn't if they don't take some steps to reform obamacare it's going to collapse on its own weight and a lot of people will be hurt so i think that's an essential need for them to political me but also practical need from the get the get the built on how do we understand the republicans in the senate here in almost late july were midjuly here after a republican president was elected in november and there is unity behind one program.