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"debbie dingell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And we will do that with Amy Mars. All right, thank you, Paul, Supreme Court chief justice John Roberts has delayed the handover of Donald Trump's tax returns to a Democrat led congressional committee to happen just minutes ago. The former president filed the emergency appeal with the court yesterday. Now, his argument is that the House ways and means committees just trying to see the records for political purposes. Robert says the house panel has until November 10th to respond. We're seeing record profits from ExxonMobil and Chevron amassing more than $30 billion in combined net income last quarter and then as President Biden calling on Congress to impose higher taxes on oil companies if they are not reinvesting in production. The profits are a windfall of war. The wind fall from the brutal conflict that's ravaging Ukraine and hurting tens of millions of people around the globe. Now, President Biden's promise to impose this higher taxes is going to be kind of hard to deliver Democrats have unsuccessfully sought a so called windfall profit tax for more than a decade, such a proposal would have a hard time passing the Senate the way it's currently made up. House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband is recovering from those serious injuries suffered when an intruder broke into their home and attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer. The incident put lawmakers on edge focusing attention on the potential for violence in a politically polarized nation and we talked about that with democratic congresswoman Debbie dingell of Michigan. What should really worry all of us is how we're normalizing this in our community and little and big ways every day and that we all have to stand up to hate wherever and whenever we see it. Dingell was on sound on which you can hear weekday afternoons at 5 Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts
"debbie dingell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's 6 O 7 on Wall Street. Let's bring in Michael Barr to find out what else is going on in New York and around the world good morning, Michael. Good morning, Amy, a salary transparency law takes effect today in New York City. It requires most companies to include a minimum and maximum salary ranges when they post job openings. The laws supporters say it's intended to close the pay gap for women and people of color, but critics argue it will do just the opposite. The Supreme Court kicked off hearing arguments over affirmative action at universities, conservative groups have sued both Harvard University and the university of North Carolina claiming that their admissions processes aren't fair to white or Asian applicants. The court's three liberal justices cast a doubt on whether race is the sole indicator in emissions processes. Attorney Patrick strawbridge represents students for a fair admissions in the UNC case and says that ray should only be used in a broader context of an application. Racial classifications are wrong. That principle was enshrined in our law at great cost following the Civil War. Justice Elena Kagan countered. There is part of the culture in the co culture as part of the race, isn't it? I mean, that slicing the Bologna awfully thin. Meanwhile, conservative justices have been casting doubt on whether the affirmative action programs are needed. A correction officer inside Rikers Island was injured after being stabbed over a dozen times. The New York City department of correction says it happened yesterday afternoon, the officer is said to be in stable condition at elmhurst hospital. Court documents say the man accused of entering the San Francisco home of House speaker Nancy Pelosi wanted to break her kneecaps. The speaker was not home, police say €42 David de papp attacked her husband Paul Pelosi. Meanwhile, democratic congresswoman Debbie dingell of Michigan discussed the attack on Paul Pelosi and heightened tensions over political rhetoric and violence. She referred to recent Elon Musk tweets on Pelosi. And the conspiracy theories are also adding to this and putting kerosene on and people believe it. So yeah, you know what? I will go after somebody. I think the new owner of Twitter's got some responsibilities too and was horrified that he would participate in some of this conspiracy. There was no fact to it. No truth
"debbie dingell" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"This is here and now President Biden was in Iowa yesterday to talk about his plan to reduce gas prices amid rising inflation And it was his first trip as president to Iowa a state known for kicking off the presidential nominating process every four years But Democratic Party officials are opening the door to significant changes to how the party picks its presidential candidates NPR's won a summer's reports The Democratic National Committee is considering shredding the party's traditional calendar in which Iowa's caucuses go first followed by primaries in New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina We can not be stuck in a 50 year old calendar when we're trying to win 2022 and 2024 elections that it has to be an ever evolving process That was Leah daughtry a member of the rules and by laws committee speaking at a virtual meeting last month She's backing a proposal that says states and territories that want to hold their contests before Super Tuesday and early March would all need to apply The potential changes come after years of criticism of Iowa and New Hampshire In 2020 neither states winner went on to win the presidential nomination And many argue that those two largely white states are not diverse enough to leave the nominating process Ross wilburn the chair of Iowa's Democratic Party pushed back He said that Democrats need to show that they can address the needs of a diversifying rural America Nationally if Democrats can't figure out how to talk to iowans then we're in big trouble as a party And he also pointed to the fact that his state has given flight to upstart politicians including women and candidates of color like the winner in 2008 Again don't forget there would not be a president Obama without Iowa They're just simply wouldn't The DNC is considering prioritizing states that can show they have a diverse electorate competitiveness in the general election and states that hold primaries Not caucuses I will show the disaster of a caucus in the last election That's congresswoman Debbie dingell of Michigan making references there to logistical challenges in 2020 that made it hard for Iowa to name its winner While the DNC proposal has yet to see a vote tingle is already leading a push for Michigan to get early status It's a state that reflects the great diversity of our country We have urban areas We have rural areas We have manufacturing We have farming She says her state's politics are also part of the reason why it's well positioned to be a part of the early window President Biden won Michigan by a narrow margin in 2020 and former president Trump by an even slimmer one in 2016 New Jersey state party chair Leroy Jones says that his state's diversity as well as its relatively compact size make it a good fit for the early window You have a collaboration of population of diversity of tourism of transportation ease and I think that has particular value added to the process Democrats in Iowa and New Hampshire make a similar argument They are small states and give candidates a chance to break through before moving on to larger states where campaigning is more expensive Dingell said that shouldn't be an argument against her state The reality is you can do retail politics in Michigan and should do retail politics Why should two disparate small states that don't have reflect the diversity of this country These are once the presidential candidates go into their homes The DNC's rules and bylaws committee could vote on this proposal as soon as this week Want a summer's NPR news.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The global head of commodities his call still One 25 on crude Equity futures this morning and good morning to you are negative by about 1% on the S&P and the NASDAQ 100 down by 1.6 The bond market eating into the equity market gains over the last three weeks Yields up again by 7 or 8 basis points So move a 15 yesterday Two 62 19 on a ten year a little bit higher than that now On crude are 103 handle one O three 30 crude is up by 1.28% There is a House committee hearing on oversight and investigations of the committee on energy and commerce and the title of that Tom a little bit later this morning gouged at the gas station Thank you all in America's pain at the pump I mean it's not a joke but the title might be Tom Well there's a title and that will be the emotion and we will look at this from the oil patch now With doctor Cassidy Bill Cassidy is from Louisiana He is a force in Baton Rouge winning 59% of the vote in 2020 Senator Cassidy thank you so much for joining this morning Before we dive into the clear and present gouging I need to talk to you about the distance from Detroit and the Democrat Debbie dingell and John dingell out to Kalamazoo on route 94 in Fred Upton Fred Upton retired yesterday almost in tears from the Senate because he's being pushed out by the Trump part of the GOP You lived this You had a nice reelection in 2020 Can you comment on the GOP vendetta against those that said we need to impeach the president Well first Fred was redistricting.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Sending troops to Eastern Europe to discourage a Russian invasion Mexican democratic congresswoman Debbie dingell tells Fox News live she's worried Whatever we do must be done with our NATO allies allies We have to protect Ukraine In New York City Manhattan's new DA Alvin Bragg seems to be backpedaling on a controversial memo he sent the prosecutors telling them to focus only on the most serious crimes After weeks of heavy criticism Brad yesterday released a new memo backpedaling on the stances He's now officially ordered his office to prosecute armed robbery as a felony Gun cases including gun possession while also be treated as felonies Fox is Brian yannis America is listening to Fox News News radio 600 coco live local breaking Gunfire evacuations and a standoff If the cocoa news center I'm Phil farrar Police activity in a north San Diego neighborhood It is now a S.W.A.T. residents and a portion of Rancho Bernardo evacuated from their homes this morning after authorities say a man started shooting inside his garage There were also two women in the home They were able to get out Authorities began telling people living in the 17,000 block of robinia court to stay in their homes This around 9 a.m. that S.W.A.T. continues also neighbors in immediate vicinities were also evacuated Average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in San Diego county rising to its highest amount in more than a decade since October 12th 2012 We are at 4.67 Now here's the reason according to the Auto Club higher oil prices and refineries beginning to ship summer blend gasoline which is more expensive to produce.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on WTOP
"National 62 international airport Delos and BWI 59° Thanks so much The forecast is brought to you by patient first patient first is now open in Aspen Hill physicians x-rays lab tests and prescription drugs It's four 41 So where do we stand on president Joe Biden's social spending plan West Virginia senator Joe Manchin brought negotiations back to square one saying he would not support the version of the bill that passed the house Maryland senator Ben cardin joined Fox News Sunday to discuss the road ahead There is unanimity in our caucus that we want to get a bill to the president And we are working to see what that Bill will contain President Biden's directly involved in these negotiations we need to deal with the affordability of child care because it affects our workforce and having workers available for our economy We've got to deal with the cost of higher education We know working families have tax issues We've got to extend certain tax provisions to help working families and families with children There are things that need to get done that shouldn't be partisan We should be able to get these issues worked out We are prepared to move We just need to make sure we have an enemy in our caucus and that's what we're working on And we will start on that next week when we return So do the garden had a lot more to say on this and other topics you can hear more next hour It's four 42 a pair of Michigan lawmakers from opposing parties on Sunday described the atmosphere on Capitol Hill in 2021 as toxic Republican Fred Upton and Democrat Debbie dingell appeared on CNN's State of the Union with Dana bash today Upton and dingle described an atmosphere of nasty words and even members of Congress receiving physical threats of violence Upton said it's a pretty toxic place I've never seen anything like this before Dingle adding we need to really worry about our democracy and find a way that you can disagree with people and do it in a civil and agreeable way Prince William county is asking for more than $440 million from the Northern Virginia transportation authority for 8 road projects the county may not get all at once with just 1.2 billion to Dole out across Northern Virginia In 2020 the county requested 237.5 million for 11 projects and received.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on WJR 760
"We have failed in almost every capacity. We're one of the worst states in terms of working across the aisle. Our roads are absolute garbage. Many of the policies didn't do a done thing. Toe. Hold that cove it and we all No, it Anything else? Yeah. This is from Tim and Dearborn. As far as the governor just another case of do as I say, not as I do, And they wonder why people like myself don't want to get vaccinated because I do not trust the whole political side of being pushed to get the vaccination. Yeah, There's a lot of people that fall into that camp. I took a little heat last week and in some of our vaccine conversations for saying that I respect those people who especially those people who already had covert who feel that it's not necessary to run out and get vaccinated. I don't know why frankly, you would They say it's Ah Protection against other other strains kind of more variables that could be pronounced. But I've heard from some people individually that I respect and trust who had the Covad Had the vaccine and got horrendously ill, really, really had a rough time. I don't think it's the it's the massive conspiracy theory that some do. We're not gonna all turn into a pile of goo. I haven't had the vaccine. I'm 44 years old. Should I have had it? Possibly I'm still on the fence, and I'm okay with being on the fence all be responsible for myself. This country gives me the right to do that. And I continue to wash my hands and make sure that I stay away from close talkers and people who are a little bit more suspect. But I'm gonna hug my kids, and I'm gonna push tables together. I'm gonna do exactly what the governor did the other night. But I'm not going to tell others what to do. That's the fundamental difference. I know that we're still now in 11 23 waiting for the governor to take the microphone. Not sure how long we have until break, But the staff in general is kind of waiting for her to take over. So next. We have any other collars to text in there. We need to bang into How about Roger Up in the thumb? What's up, Roger. Well, I just want to take issue with what you said. You're a little bit ago about, you know, Trump's insanity and this and that, And then you want people that are in office that are going to follow through and their promises and whatnot. This guy did more promises in one year than the past seven presidents did, then a lot of our congressional people did. You know it's a little working out here to us to hear Some of the things that are coming out right now on din this two or three hours of radio on another thing, the love affair that will be a J r people have with Debbie Dingell. You talk about someone who should be called out for not doing what she does. All I ever hear is just these accolades everywhere. How great How great this person is, is against everything that most really conservative people or almost any moral person ought to stand for. She's for abortion wide open, but she's the best Catholic you ever saw. You know, it just drives me crazy. Well, Roger, I respect your opinion, and I appreciate your call. I really genuinely do. I think that you know, as usual arguments tend to die with agreement and you and I agree, I think fundamentally on a couple things you may have not heard the model I get to the other day on abortion. I don't think any Self respecting Catholic, has any business supporting abortion. I would take issue, however, with what you said earlier in terms of my referring to Trump as insane or his insanity. I never said that. What I said was many of the very fascinating things that, he said. In moments of kind of, you know, heated conflict or things that were a little bit nit picky brought so much trouble on him. In terms of silly petty things, petulant things like, you know, Mitch McConnell's Got a Double Chin and Nancy Pelosi is a horse face and things of that nature didn't do anything to further the dignity of the office. Rather, what they did was allow the very liberal media to confirm many of the things accusation. Aly that they've been saying for the last five or 10 years. You're right. President Trump did so many of the things he set out to do, and we all benefited from them. Like it or not, So you and I are actually far more in agreement, then we are indeed. Agreement. Let's make sure we check in with Miss.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'm Rocky Road, Schakowsky. And as I said that I'm hosting the late morning show this my last day this week, and I really enjoyed being with you. I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts on what I've dubbed the Declaration of Dependence, speech, something that will either remember forever. War. Hopefully, we can change in the next election. 808 590957 808 590 wjr Mark you're on with us with Rocky Rashkovsky from Milford. Good morning, Iraqi. Good morning, but some are much When did you see Last time? Three students Movie on TV. Remember Three Stooges movie? Yes. Yeah, I actually do. Oh, yeah, It was fine. There was made some debate based on the farm life. You know there was something but you can Look, observe and implement and smile. Yes, Today we got three studios on the screen to plus one and I really cry. You know, there was nothing to accept in his speech and those two lady Behind him. That was completely devastation and garbage speech that it was. It was a zoo. I've I've called it again. The declaration of dependence. It moves us from an independent free society to, um or dependent society where everything will be taken care for you by the government. So it's it's the spending. That's really of concern to me because I have a daughter still a seven year old daughter that when she becomes college Asia when she's looking for a job or raising a family, what is she? What country? What type of country is she gonna inherit? So you bring up a very valid point, Mark? Thank you very much for joining us, Bobby, you're on with Rocky Ridge. Husky Bob from Lee Korean I am not a great show and thank you rocket while you do for our country. And I do agree with you're saying and I could go with mind. BLM that basic liberties matter and then this taxation without any representation coming from the House and Senate. Of comprised lawyers, and he and lawyers like they are and bring forth our laws. They had their hands and everybody's pockets but their own and we're gonna be stuck paying for it. And just We're gonna put this Sprinkles and ours and everybody's hands isn't providing or being productive in their work at 73 Listen to WJR since 1955 Apple don't fall far from the tree. My father left me wjr back there and I'm going, man. I'm not gonna be listening to this and uranium 73 listen to wjr. And the point you bring toward our great I miss Frank. And I think wjr is not a little bit of Left. Turn there, but with you. Come forward for me. I'm I'm greatly Anticipating a great rise in our Republicans parties, So thanks for all Iraqi. Yeah, I appreciate you your kind comments Bob. I've got to say that WJR tries to because it's a radio station and a radio stations trying to hear everybody's viewpoint. And you're gonna hear some viewpoints from the left. You're gonna hear some viewpoints for the bright But what's incredible about this radio station and incredible, But, uh, I would say more people that are on the center, right? We are truly the tolerant ones. We want to hear more opinion. Even when people disagree with us. I I love talking with Debbie Dingell. I really do. Some people may get real big headaches from talking to Debbie Dingell. I I really love it because I enjoy hearing her perspective and especially the perspective of the left, and I tried to find out what's in their minds. If we could find out what's in their minds, then weaken better. I would say we can better tailor our argument in our debate. Hopefully one day one day. Weekend. We could earn the hearts and minds of these people and bring them over to the right mind of thinking that it's it's what you make what you do what you earn is yours, not anybody else's. And it's not for the governments to decide who the winners or losers should be in our economy. And in our family lives in our personal lives. So you bring up some great points. And by the way, Thank you very much for the fine compliment, Joe. You're from Clinton Township. You're on with Rocky works, Kowski. Hello? Not here. I'm glad you take the dissenting opinions. Because I really enjoyed President Biden's speech last night. I think his move is to increase social safety net programs, and it's about time. We'll go a little bit deeper than that. What do you mean by social safety Net programs, And it's about time. What? What is the social safety Net program that you're looking for? Is it to fund and give $1800 checks to people that aren't citizens? They're just crossing the border. No, I'm thinking more in terms of history and what history teaches us. When FDR in the 19 thirties gave us Social Security. The opponent said it would lead to communism when they'll be Jason Institute in Medicare and Medicaid in the sixties. Opponents said it would lead to communism. It didn't those things don't we have to share in the cost of the social safety net, and Biden is on the right track. What is that? But what is the social safety Net? You know some people we're not gonna argue about Social security. But what is the social safety net? I asked you a very simple question. Joe and I do appreciate opposing viewpoints because it's important that we have this discussion and I understand what you're after, but in one minute Because that's what's happening right now. I think that's a ridiculous way to frame the debate. No, I'm asking because that's a social safety net. That's what a lot of liberals that's what a lot of liberals are asking for and have asked, would basically have put into policy right now That's what's happening and her Southern border illegals they're crossing are getting a check for $1800. Refugees..
"debbie dingell" Discussed on KTOK
"Is of bucks lose to provide a full picture of the news of the day. Junkyard. It's fat Tuesday, normally the crescendo Mardi Gras in New Orleans with much leaner this year. New Orleans booze from Mardi Gras and people have been asked to forego large gatherings to keep covert cases from spiking is very small compared to ah largest sacrifice we may have to endure later. If we do not work together to get over this global pandemic, there've been no parades this year, with house floats popping up instead more than 3000 homes festooned with theme decorations from those small front porch kinds of big productions that spill into the yard. Tanya J. Powers Fox News, But Biden calling on Congress to pass what he calls common sense gun control measures, including mandatory background checks for buying guns. And bands on so called assault weapons and high capacity magazines, plus ending liability protection for gun manufacturers. With the impeachment trial over Congress returning its attention to a coronavirus stimulus plan, Michigan Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Dingell told Fox there is pressure to get this done facing a mid March deadline of enhanced unemployment benefits running out And people needing more help increasing the supply survive vaccine getting into arms to testing to having people not being thrown out of their homes. Kansas Republican Senator Roger Marshall expressed frustration, arguing impeachment was a huge waste of time. Noting there is much work to do. We should be getting on the air and online at Katie okay dot com used radio 1000 Katie. Okay,.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on WJR 760
"As part of his American rescue plan. President Biden says he wants to include a minimum wage of $15 per hour nationally, Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell tells Fox workers deserve the wage increase because of how they've taken care of people during the pandemic. We have to look at what's happened to this country in the last year and who the people are that have been the glue that have kept us together as a society, and they are the people that we have valued the left in pain. The front line workers. They deserve to be paid enough that you're not living below the poverty line, representative Dingell president. Biden says. If the minimum wage increase doesn't get put in the Corona stimulus, he says he will try to enact it in a separate bill. Seven month delay has been granted by and to the five men accused of plotting to kidnap governor Wittmer, A federal judge in Grand Rapids agreed to move the case from March to October. So was to give the defense more time to prepare. Evidence in the case includes hundreds of hours of recordings and over 13,000 pages of text messages. Car company and a software company are getting together to make you know what a car Fox's GeneCo's Sola reports, Volkswagen and Microsoft are working together on cloud based self driving systems for cars. The companies have already been partners on the VW Automotive cloud for a couple of years. They just expanded that partnership. And we'll be working on a program with Microsoft's as your Cloud unit that will speed development of systems for cars and manage the huge amount of data VW says it wants to deliver, secure and reliable automated driving solutions to its customers faster. VW expects its first cloud connected cars to hit the road this year and to be produced next year. GeneCo's Silda Fox News. And finally, Chick Corea, a towering jazz talent with a staggering 23 Grammy Awards, has died. Korea performed alongside greats like Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis. Korea has the most jazz Grammys and the shows 63 year history. And has a chance to posthumously win one more on March. 14th at that show, Korea died Tuesday from a rare form of cancer. Chick Corea was 79. On Wall Street Today, Stocks finished the day mixed. The Dow was down seven. But the S and P was up 6.5. Can wriggle ski WJR news, traffic.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on WJR 760
"And that we're moving out of the business of the people Congresswoman Debbie Dingell's with us this morning, the official Democratic congresswoman of the Frank Beckmann show in the 12th district of Michigan Dearborn. And we're happy to always have Congresswoman Dingle here, and we're waiting to hear what's going to happen with the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump and whether it could happen first of all. Good morning, Congresswoman, How are you? Good morning, Frank. It's my day is always better. When I get to say good morning to you and your everybody listening. Well, you're too kind. Thank you so very much for that did attempt it was Tampa Bay your team yesterday. You know, I didn't have a team. I had a man Tom Brady go blue and he was He won one for those of us who may be a little season. And he shows we can still have it in it as we get older, so I'm happy that some Brady did well. Seven Super Bowl win is fifth M. V p of the Super Bowl and unprecedented record that Z phenomenal. He is the ultimate winner. That's that's the bottom line. Yeah. I mean, he's Mexican roots. And you don't forget that either. Well, yeah, he played college football here. Actually, Scott, California roots, though, So California, but I'd take you of them football roots. Yeah, exactly. There has adopted roots. So, uh, all right, let's let's talk about impeachment with Donald Trump for a moment. If we may, the trial is going to move ahead. And what what do you foresee here? I mean, are we starting to debate the election all over again In some ways? You know, I'm not one of the impeachment managers. We voted in the house. I think it's very important. That people be held accountable for what happened to the nation's capital on the six frank I mean, people came to the capital with the full intention off. Harming one of the most important symbols of our democracy to kidnap people to kill people, Sam they built a Dallas to hang the vice president of the United States. And they feel election results. So it's that you can't ignore that. I also think that it is very important that how this is handled by Republicans and Democrats. Not further contribute to the division in this country, and that it be you know they're going to use it. They'll see first, and many of those It's the Senate's The jury were there They saw what happened they've seen although as someone that was even there myself on the House floor. I never realized how much danger we were in until I saw the videos later because I couldn't see TV. I didn't have a TV. I was the one Heard the noise. I heard the gunshots. I knew people were pounding at doors. But you can't do that. Because America that it cannot go without P people being held accountable. Understood. But let me let me ask you this. I'm in a kind of throw a curveball with Daniel Mason, our engineer here because we played a clip of the president from that rally if you will, before the before the trouble broke out of the capital before the protesters were there. The rioters came to the capital and caused their damage and The clip we played. I brought it up because I was trying to figure out what the president had done as he was sending them off that that might have inspired them. So, Daniel, if you could, if you've got that clip Can you just let us know by playing it right here? Okay, We don't have it right now. But my bottom line point is this Congresswoman Dygalo said what the president said that day, and he never said, Go burn down the capital. Go kill people, anything like that. What he said was Let's walk down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol and s O. I don't. I don't understand what he did that prompted that that's alleged to have prompted the violence. You know, he has You've talked to people they've told him about. Don't let them feel the vote. Keep them from counting the vote. I want to see what the manager's impeachment managers layout. Many of these people that have been arrested, said the president told me to do it. I just want to get rid of this trial and move on. Frank. I think you've heard me talk for four years, so this country's being divided by fear in hatred. I don't even know what people hate each other. If we had the civil war, we knew what we were fighting for Two people really know what we're fighting for us. Don't you think this start? Don't you think this whole thing started with Russia collusion, though? Four years ago. Uh, I wish it was only Russia collusion and none of us do. No, I mean, we've seen the damage the both Russia and China have done to this country, but it's not. No, I don't think it's just started with Russia. Collusion. I'm really think that there are Americans pitted against Americans right now. And it's got to stop. We've got up. You know, we waken we all are equal. We were all created equally, and we've got to figure out a way that we're going to address some of the root of that. Really, probably at the bottom of some of this tension that people don't want to talk about. We've got to be willing to have uncomfortable conversations. All right, And that goes for both sides, doesn't it because we're both sides totally because the issues that I issues I raised to you. You're not afraid to face them. You come out and talk about the brooch. I appreciate I want you to know, And I think that's very important that we be able to, you know, throw different views out there and and discuss them and say why we stay on the path we're on. I use this is my It's now become my saying, but I learned it from a very wise man. God gave us two years and one month for a reason. Listen more and talk less. I'll be indeed and that I wish we could remember that all the time. It's all I can tell you. Listen, Stay Well, what What else are you expecting? In Washington? Now, this this new stimulus package that the president wants. It's going to send out these these checks to people. This thing's gonna get really, really expensive. That wasn't it. You know, we're looking at getting the cove it that we feel done. We may come back with early as next week. We set up the parameters to be able to vote on it. The fact that the memories is going to do a lot of things that's gonna improve vaccine supply, which we desperately need is gonna improve testing, which we need to continue to work on to get more testing available. Attesting to trace. We've gotta worry about the new variants or comedian from other countries. It's going to get help to small businesses toe. It's going to get help her restaurant. Oh, great to hear from my restaurants every single day. Well, they need us. We got to make sure that they stay strong. We're gonna help students with their student loans state and.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"All of this means it's time to move on to the next phase of the vaccination campaign, as we had planned to do when the data showed we could. This next phase reflects the urgency of the situation we face. Every vaccine does that is sitting in a warehouse rather than going into an armed could mean one more life lost. Or one more hospital bed occupied. The next day's has several components. First, we're expanding the group's getting vaccinated because state restrictions on eligibility have obstructed speed and accessibility of administration. Second, we're telling states to expand the channels and access points for administering vaccines, and we're helping them to do so. Third. We are releasing the entire city. Why we have for order by states rather than holding second doses in physical reserve. Today's news conference with Alex Cesar. He is the outgoing secretary of health and human services and with Kobe 19. The U. S death toll is now approaching 380,000, The highly contagious UK variant of Corona virus has been detected in Maryland for the first time, infecting a couple living in an adrenal county, which is just outside of Washington, D C. One of the spouse. Is reportedly traveled internationally on a number of continents. Both our quarantine with their two Children and on Capitol Hill to House Democrats, introducing a bill to find those lawmakers who do not wear a mask on the Capitol grounds. After now three members of the House announcing they have tested positive for covert 19 the diagnosis following a lockdown caused by that mob, which stormed the building last week. Democratic Congressman Debbie Dingell of Michigan and her counterpart Anthony Brown, Democrat of Maryland, proposing legislation that would find members of Congress. Some of those finds potentially could be up to $2500. With money coming out of their paycheck could not come from campaign funds. Emily Cochran covers Congress for The New York Times and with news on yet another member who had coronavirus more details. She's on Capitol Hill. Today. A third Democrat tested positive for Corona virus, and it's not just the third Democrat that we've seen announce a positive results in the riot on Wednesday, but it is the third Democrat who's directly placed blame for the positive test on a group of massless Republicans. Who are sheltering us secure location with other lawmakers. And what do you tell us about that secure location, how they sheltered in place, and just how tight the quarters potentially could have been only so much you can say about the secure location, given the current safety concerns on Capitol Hill, But there were probably at least 100 people in there, a mix of lawmakers, staff reporters and police officers who were sheltering in place. While police officers work to secure the capital during the riot. At one moment, one lawmaker, one Democratic lawmaker tried to pass out medical nous. To a group about nine or so Republicans who I'm told were not wearing this and refused to put on a mask. The room on Capitol Hill. There's only so much space For for lawmakers to be particularly when you're waiting for hours for the the news that the capital of safety going to say they were in this room for quite some time that there was not a lot of opportunity for significant social distance and given how many people were there, and quite frankly, the nature Of the attack. It's very difficult and I say this is someone who was in the House chamber during the siege of the capital. It is difficult to remember safety protocols.
Three Lawmakers Test Positive for Coronavirus After Capitol Lockdown
"Introducing a bill to find those lawmakers who do not wear a mask on the Capitol grounds. After now three members of the House announcing they have tested positive for covert 19 the diagnosis following a lockdown caused by that mob, which stormed the building last week. Democratic Congressman Debbie Dingell of Michigan and her counterpart Anthony Brown, Democrat of Maryland, proposing legislation that would find members of Congress. Some of those finds potentially could be up to $2500. With money coming out of their paycheck could not come from campaign funds. Emily Cochran covers
"debbie dingell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"That resignation from the acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf again. It is the third Cabinet member in the Trump administration to step down since what happened last week occurred. The others were education Secretary Betsy to Boss and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. Had Wolf putting out a internal message to staff that reads. I am saddened to take this step as it was my intention to serve the department till the end of the administration. Unfortunately, this action is warranted by recent events, including the outgoing and meritless court rulings regarding the validity of my authority is acting secretary. These events and concerns increasingly served to divert attention in resource is away from the important work of the department in this critical time of a transition of power. That internal memo to staff from the acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf announcing he is stepping down at midnight tonight, and that's of the U. S House meeting for the first time since the attack on the Capitol January 6th. The opening prayer was given by the House chaplain Margaret Grun Kibun, who reflected on that day. Do you play with me? Merciful God, we enter these chambers with a sense both of uncertainty and of indignation. The events of last week. The destruction, the damage, and the deaths of our fellow Americans are deeply disturbing. The seeds of discontent were sown across our country, and we have reaped the whirlwind almighty God speak into the storm. Allow your holy spirit to descend upon the chaos and minister to our hearts still are fears that we would remain firm in our resolve. Still, our anger That we would yield ourselves to your gracious design for this nation more vindicate your intent for us to serve as representatives not just of our district's but of your will, Your love, Lord and yours forever. We pray. Do not abandon the work of your hands. And as the spirit moves among us inspire us again with your purpose, stirring us a new the desire to serve you well and faithfully as we seek to serve this divided country, call us to hear the words of your mouth and praise you with our lives this day, and in the days to come for we pray these things in the strength of your holy name on them. U. S House Chaplain Margaret A grown kid an opening Today's session after the attack on the Capitol last week. The House sergeant at arms, Paul Irving resigned today. The resignation was officially perceived by the House and the deputy sergeant at arms, Timothy Blodgett took over as acting sergeant at arms. Here. Is that presiding over the houses Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Dingell. The chair lays before the house, a communication the honorable the Speaker House of Representatives, Madam, I hereby submit my resignation is searching and arms of the U. S House of Representatives. It has been an honor to serve signed very respectfully. Paul, the Irving sergeant at arms without objection there. Resignation is accepted pursuant to the provisions of section 208. A of the legislative reorganization Act of 1946. The chair appoints Timothy Paul Blodgett of the state of New York to act as and to exercise the duties of sergeant of arms of the House of Representatives. Effective today, but they're without objection. The chair will now administer the oath of office. Please raise your right hand. Do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic? That you will bear true faith and allegiance to the same that you take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you were about to enter. So help you. God. Congratulations. The House floor today. Timothy Blodgett, one of the three acting officials now leading security in and around the capital after last week's assault on the Capitol, the deputy sergeant at arms with Senate Jennifer Hemingway taking over, replacing Michael Stenger, who resigned and assistant Capitol police chief Yokel Banda Pittman has been named acting chief after former chief Steve Son also resigned. Associated Press reports. House resolution calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke constitutional authority to remove President Donald Trump from office was blocked Monday by Republicans. Democrats in the House are pushing pence in the Cabinet to oust Trump, saying he's unfit for office after encouraging a protest march that turned into a mob that ransacked U. S Capitol in a deadly siege that was from a P Here's how it played out on the floor again. Democrat Debbie Dingell is in the speaker's chair. Majority leader Steny Hoyer will make the request for unanimous consent to bring up the bill and Republican Alex Mooney will object. So what purpose? Does the gentleman from Maryland seek recognition? Madam Speaker, I ask unanimous consent that the committee on the judiciary be discharged from further consideration of H Res 21 ask for its immediate consideration in the House Cook while we put the title of the Resolution House Resolution 21 resolution calling on Vice President Michael R. Pence to convene and mobilize the principal officers of the exact Of departments of the Cabinet to activate Section four of the 25th amendment to declare President Donald J. Trump incapable of executing the duties of his office and to immediately exercise powers is acting president. But what purpose does the gentleman from West Virginia rise? Object? Objection is heard pursuant to Section five A one B of the House resolution eight. The house stands adjourned to 9 A.m. tomorrow earlier today on the House floor and joining us now with more is Kyle Cheney, Congressional reporter for Politico. Thanks for being with us..
After massive security breach, Sergeant at Arms resigns
"After the attack on the Capitol last week. The House sergeant at arms, Paul Irving resigned today. The resignation was officially perceived by the House and the deputy sergeant at arms, Timothy Blodgett took over as acting sergeant at arms. Here. Is that presiding over the houses Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Dingell. The chair lays before the house, a communication the honorable the Speaker House of Representatives, Madam, I hereby submit my resignation is searching and arms of the U. S House of Representatives. It has been an honor to serve signed very respectfully. Paul, the Irving sergeant at arms without objection there. Resignation is accepted pursuant to the provisions of section 208. A of the legislative reorganization Act of 1946. The chair appoints Timothy Paul Blodgett of the state of New York to act as and to exercise the duties of sergeant of arms of the House of Representatives. Effective today, but they're without objection. The chair will now administer the oath of office. Please raise your right hand. Do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic? That you will bear true faith and allegiance to the same that you take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you were about to enter. So help you. God. Congratulations. The House floor today. Timothy Blodgett, one of the three acting officials now leading security in and around the capital after last week's assault on the Capitol, the deputy sergeant at arms with Senate Jennifer Hemingway taking over, replacing Michael Stenger, who resigned and assistant Capitol police chief Yokel Banda Pittman has been named acting chief after former chief Steve Son also
"debbie dingell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of it. Trump from office. Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell asked if there were any objections. So what purpose does the gentleman from West Virginia rise? I object Objection is heard was Virginia Congressman Alex Mooney objecting. The House, though, is preparing to impeach the president. Meanwhile, President Trump beginning his final full week in office, cut off from social media and shunned by former allies and Republicans. What else? Correspondent Greg Clugston. With that story. With pressure mounting for him to resign or be removed from office, the president finds himself increasingly isolated. He's been banned from Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms after last week's assault on the Capitol to GOP senators are urging him to leave, and he faces a second impeachment. So far, he remains defiant. On Tuesday, the president will travel to Texas to highlight his administration's efforts to curb illegal immigration and border Wall construction. Greg Clugston, Washington also atone Hold on come the US entering the second month of the biggest vaccination effort in history with a major expansion of the campaign opening football stadiums, Major league ballparks, Fairgrounds and Convention centers to inoculate a larger and more diverse pool of people. President Drop awarding the presidential Medal of Freedom Toe Ohio representative Jim Jordan, one of the president's fiercest allies, that Highest civilian honor was presented to Jordan in a private ceremony at the White House today. I don't want her storm bringing snow to parts of the US South holding services from Texas to Alabama. That system is moving eastward on Wall Street stocks are lower. The Dow was down 45 points. NASDAQ Off 131 more on these stories at town, Hold calm. Now, the O'Reilly update brings you something you might not know. 57 years ago This week, the government finally warned American citizens of the deadly health dangers posed by smoking cigarettes, the culmination of a two year study ordered by President John F. Kennedy. 1960 to JFK authorized the creation of a committee to investigate the harmful effects of tobacco at the time, more than 45% of adults in the USA were regular smokers. 1964 the study came back, the 400 page report concluded. Smokers are 15 times more likely to die.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on KTRH
"An officer involved shooting in Houston early this morning is a Carjacking suspect was shot after firing at cops who originally noticed the car and telephone road going 100 Miles an hour and that's when they started to pursue. One of officers returned fire and striking the suspect. The suspect went down once they could get him safely in custody officers a minute administered CPR. The officer was not injured. The carjacker was taken to bend top hospital in serious condition. There they go again. House Democrats producing an article of impeachment against President Trump. The move comes after Republicans slammed the door for the time being on a Democratic resolution that urged VP Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment and removed Trump from office. Michigan Congressman Debbie Dingell asked the House for any objections to removing the president before his term ends next week. For what purpose does the gentleman from West Virginia rides I object? Objection is heard. That's West Virginia Republican Alex Mooney, who objected to unanimous consent request for Democrats that shells the issue For today, Democrats said they plan to bring it back for a vote by the full house tomorrow. But of course, any impeachment effort would likely fall short in the Senate, as the president is said to leave office and just nine days Sermon is being booted off Twitter and now I can't get to the alternative site parlor, either. Parlors website is gone, and it's mobile lapse won't display any messages because Amazon Web services is refusing to host parlor anymore. Blaming the APP for fostering political violence parlor CEO John Mates says otherwise, so it's obvious double standard. It's obvious collusion. And they're doing it, You know, to stifle free speech and competition in the marketplace, and this could happen to literally anybody. Both Apple and Google have already removed the APP from their stories. Despite it being the most downloaded parlor says they're migrating to new hosting and will be back soon. Have been brown Fox News NASA pushing back its timeline for space excess Cargo Dragon capsule to return to Earth. The unmanned capsule is expected to autonomously and Doc from the International Space station and make a splash down off the coast of Florida. Today. However, NASA now says it had to delay the return due to poor weather canceled is bringing about £5200 of cargo and research experiments back to Earth. A new date for the undocking, though, has not yet been announced. Ktrh news time 12 04 time to check your money. Here's Max gains at S T a wealth management as.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on WJR 760
"Incident where Steve Scalise, uh, was almost killed and the horror that came out of the baseball event and the calls for civility and the calls for Um, you know, just better self reflection and the words that we use and not dropping the racist bomb and not dropping the fascist bomb. Every time you get into a political discussion, I think it lasted about 30 minutes. Yeah. I mean, you watch this unfold and everybody can agree. This is a terrible, terrible day for America and you hope that it will bring us together somehow, that will agree that this is not the way to conduct ourselves. But we've been divided, harshly divided for you know, for four long years and I don't know. I don't know what it's going to take tea. Oh, get people to do What? What everyone's saying because, you know, I don't know. You just feel like in a in a week or so, um, people, even elected officials will be back at it on Social media. You know, LA been hateful bombs at each other, verbally or or on the Internet. And and I think that I think people agree. We do need Tonto. Be civil and two disagrees. Civilly I thought was interesting. You know when you when you said, what's going to happen, you know you have that you have the house and the Senate and the White House and what's gonna happen? Debbie Dingell. So, look, we gotta deal with this pandemic. We're gonna get shots and people's arms. She didn't say. Hey, we got to pack the court. We gotta you know, we're gonna get is very far left things on the agenda done as we can, Um, the no matter who's in power. You have to take care of the country because of the country doesn't make it. None of us make it And it's just It's interesting. I would love you know her talking about Republican Congress. Congressman helping her making sure she's okay. Can they? Can they do that, as they work to pass.
"debbie dingell" Discussed on WJR 760
"You're hearing the Paul W. Smith Show News Talk 7 60 wjr about 33 degrees. Typical for this Wednesday, January 6th as we continue on this Middle of the weekends. Dana would put it Hump day and the nation awaits the fate of the Senate as Georgia counts the votes never short of a thought or two of opinion. And the spirit of working together. Congresswoman Debbie Dingell. On the other end of our line. My goodness, I haven't talked with you that it's a happy New year to you, Congresswoman. Good morning. Good morning, Paul W Happy New Year. I'm so glad 2020 is in the rear view mirror but still feels a little like it's too much in 2021. Well, it does you It would have been great to have a clean break. There is no such thing in this cove. It 19 era. Andre would have been nice to have a clean break and clean answer through the election. Nothing seems to be that way anymore. What do you hear in your position about? I guess the very latest from Georgia. So we've got one candidate has been declared a winner, Reverend. What you work next. I'm having my morning revenue, more neck and we're still uh, hey defeated Senator Kelly Leffler and then the second runoff between Senator David Perdue and John Oh, Sof is too close to call. They say that the areas that are remaining are likely Democratic to come in. We'll have to see But you know, I'm look, I'm choosing to look at this. In this way. We have a close house Close Senate, and maybe it's going to force people to talk to each other. Listen to each other and work together. Well, That's because that's because the way you think about things, but it it Whoever leads whoever is is the leader in the house of the Senate. In this case, it looks like it'll be the Democrats. Let's remind them and you can remind some of you Colleagues while you're there in Washington to do that, but they don't have to. That's the whole point of being the ones that owned the house. Our own the Senate. I'm going to be. I'm looking at this very pragmatically. Joe Biden will become elected president or it will be certified. We may go into tomorrow could be a very long Next two days, But Joe Blanton wants to work with everybody. He wants to bring people together and he's gonna set the tone and come come. My Harris will be the tiebreaker in the Senate. If that second sanity goes Democratic. And in the house. They're gonna be people like me. They're gonna be saying, Hey, we got to get some stuff done. We cannot not deliver. First thing we have to do is get the pandemic under control. We need a national strategy to bring this under control. Cases. We're going up or not getting the shots into people's armed. We're now rationing, health care and emergency rooms in some states across the country were rationing oxygen for saw that last night that they were It was a hospital system running out of oxygen. Come on, You know it's not okay. So you know what it's time for help us to get over whatever we are and work together and get some solutions going for the pandemic. Now it look, it's such a topsy turvy screwed up time. We have people. Not lots but enough to get garner a news report of people rushing into malls and stores. Non massacres harassing people because they're wearing a mask. Give me a break. I have to tell you that the last couple of days on Capitol Hill have been very disturbing. Look during the summer I always was out double mast with people but are fouled the rules. Am I do not. It is very disturbing to be in Capitol Hill. Right now. A number of people are not wearing masks. You know, Yesterday I got very angry because one of the new members wasn't wearing a mask and I said one of the policemen they're not wearing masks. Sitting goes, ma'am. You have to go talk to him or not allowed to say anything, And when I came back from voting, he called me over and he said Thank you for fighting for us. We have to work here. We can't say anything. It's our lives that are being endangered. You know, we need to think about it. It's not just us. It's other people in the world. Those frontline workers that are out there that are really scared to death. All that I never I never talked. I've talked to a lot of them. I've never talked to a frontline worker who doesn't understand and appreciate. In fact, with urgency, the idea of wearing a mask Never ever talked to a frontline worker who has real experience, not Bs, but real on the line. People dying in their hands experience that doesn't say with great passion and emotion and sometimes anger. People should be wearing a mask. I don't know what it takes. It's not politics. It's medicine. And it's It drives me crazy. Don't get me started. Well, I'm with you. One of our listeners don't want you and I both going crazy to go, You know? Oh, I don't know. I think they like it. When we go crazy. Some of them would like it if I would yell at you a little more, but I You know, I don't yell at you. We've known each other too long. We can agree. We can disagree. We can agree to disagree. And and I respect you and your friend and s O. You know, if you're waiting for me, the yellow what's that We respect each other. That's part of the problem. Right now way need to weaken, disagree agreeably that we are losing stability in this country. Yeah, I once had a newspaper say that I had mastered this is years ago had mastered the art of disagreeing without being disagreeable. Well, you have. Well, I try. I mean, it's not like I It's not like I don't have passion and feelings and my own thoughts. But I want to hear when you're on your thoughts and feelings, and I agree with some might disagree with somebody that I don't invite you into my house. To beat you up. That's not what I do. Um, if I did, you'd never come back to my house. We learned from each other. You know, now that have different life experiences. We don't have a lock on what's right and wrong. If we, John Diggle used to say God gave us two years and one mouth for a reason you need to listen more and talk less. Does that happen every day? Do you think of what John would say or thinking all these? I would love to have I said yesterday because we just passed L. Brooks Patterson's birthday. I miss L. Brooks Patterson's take on everything that's happening right now. And I would miss John Dingell's Take his well, Don't you wish you could hear what you don't hear? But don't you wish you could see his tweets right now? Yeah, right. Yeah. Yeah. John was a tweeter man here, and, uh, you know, initially, some people thought where he can't be doing this. Somebody else is doing it now. That was job Share town. It was pure John tweeting away like that. I thought you were gonna say. Don't. I wish I could hear what they're talking about in heaven right now. And, frankly, with other respect, I'm not quite ready the here I'm not quite ready to go there and listen to what they have to say. But I'm sure that that's a kind of fun and interesting as well. You know today, It's not clear what's going to happen today in the I mean, it is clear what's going to happen, But I don't know that Michigan will be challenged or not challenged. If Michigan is challenged, I will speak on the floor. But I'm going to talk about John Dingell and George Bush and their friendship and how They put the country ahead of any political gains, and that's what we really need to be thinking about right now. Well on both sides of the aisle. That'd be great if somebody would put the country ahead of their own political thoughts and aspirations, But I'm not sure that many people on either side of the aisle by the way, historic note. It was January 6th 20 years ago. Vice President Al Gore, presiding in his capacity as president of the Senate. Congress formally certified George W. Bush, the winner of the bitterly contested 2000 presidential election since you mentioned President Bush there this is this is one of those special anniversary's January 6th the 2001..
Trump golfs in Florida as COVID relief hangs in the balance
"President Trump is at his resort in Florida. He played golf earlier in the day, no indication if he will sign the $900 billion coronavirus economic stimulus bill or veto it. President's attempt to boost checks to Americans that $2000 was shot down by House Republicans. Michigan Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Dingell says. For many Americans, this is not a merry Christmas. It is not a silent night. All is not calm. For too many. Nothing is bright. For too many. They are not sleeping peacefully on Twitter. The president has been complaining about Republicans not helping in his fight to overturn the election results.
Rep. Debbie Dingell on Trump: 'This President Doesn't Give a Damn About People!'
"Are calling on president trump to sign a two point three trillion dollar spending package that contains the next round of coronavirus relief. Funding beers windsor. Johnston reports congress passed nine. Hundred billion dollar. bipartisan measure. This week that include six hundred dollar direct payments trump says that's not enough congresswoman. Debbie dingle is blasting trump for refusing to sign a bill that she calls a down payment toward additional relief for struggling americans and the president. When we finally thought that we'd be able to give people hope and be able to begin to continue to work on this in january doesn't give a damn about people. He threw more fear. He's care seen and a terrifying and is now threatening to veto this bill. President trump is calling for two thousand dollar relief checks house. Democrats are going along with that. But republicans blocked the effort house speaker. Nancy pelosi says the chamber will try again on monday. Windsor johnston
House Efforts to Alter Coronavirus Package Fail, Leaving Aid in Limbo
"To more coronavirus. Financial relief. I'm Chris Foster of Fox News. The House stands adjourned until 2 P.m. on Monday, December 28 2020 Merry Christmas. Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell sharing a short House session this morning, with Republicans blocking an effort to unanimously increase stimulus checks for most Americans from 600 to $2000. Democrats than Block a Republican effort to reconsider foreign aid in the spending bill that passed Monday. This is all money that was negotiated and in some cases requested by the Trump administration, but the president now says he wants bigger stimulus checks and less foreign aid. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi special hold a recorded vote Monday on those $2000 checks more
Where the Trump campaign and Republicans' election-related lawsuits stand
"State legislators from Michigan were invited to the White House today. What was the goal here? That's right. You had Michigan's Republican House speaker and Senate majority leader who were at the White House today to meet with the president and the White House Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany held her first briefing in 15 days. She was asked about this meeting, and she said she kind of dismissed. It is nothing more. Or than routines, and the president meets with people from our with lawmakers, rather from all around the country all the time. But of course, this meeting is not routine. It's all the most alarming and that we know that Rudy Giuliani will be there. And Rudy Giuliani has been leading the president's efforts to try and contest some of these results in certain states. Some of these election results he's been the one kind of Meeting the Trump campaign legal effort here. We should point out he hasn't really been successful. A lot of these lawsuits have been thrown out. But he's been the one kind of behind this this strategy, so the fact that he is at the White House in that meeting. It is certainly raising concerns that maybe the president here is trying to exert political pressure on these members of the Michigan State legislatures so that they don't certify the election or that they are rather than they certified in in a way that would be favorable to him and Essentially be the president, asking them to overturn the will of the people and overturn the outcome of the election. So you had Michigan Democratic congresswoman Debbie Dingell making that point earlier today, she said, This goes beyond partisan politics. It's an attempt to subvert our democracy and undermine the will of Michigan voters legality aside even if the president Did manage to somehow change the result of what happens in Michigan. That still wouldn't be enough to change the outcome of the election. It wouldn't get him 2 to 70 electoral votes. Is he planning to do this in other states? Do we know that's the concern here to your right? The math Peter even if they are able to certified Michigan for president Trump, which would be, you know, just in and of itself, just so alarming and that you know, Joe Biden believes believes in Michigan right now, by over 100,000 votes, if not 150,000. So that ah big margin for for for them to overturn That election would be quite something, But you're right. The mask doesn't work in the president's favor. Even if he were to win Michigan, he's still wouldn't have enough votes to become president. The fear is that they were speculating now, but there's a concern is is whether there would be a kind of domino effect and whether maybe more states would follows to feed into Georgia is on the cusp of certifying its vote. The losing party. Okay. If it's within a 0.5% kid can ask for for a recount. We're expecting the trump campaign to ask for another recount s. Oh, So is that going to the lake, You know certification. Would Georgia follow suit with other states where the Legislature's or maybe a little bit more friendly to President Trump? You know, Pennsylvania's a state with a Republican Legislature with Pennsylvania follow suit. That's the kind of concern here but this is all at this point Speculation and I should point out. This is uncharted territory. We've never been in this situation. Before a bee season as delicate Terry with us on coma news and as thank you very much,
Pelosi blasts Trump for Dingell remark
"Dingell died this year after becoming the longest serving member of Congress the president said Debbie Dingell called to thank him for ordering flags to fly at half staff quoting her as saying her husband was looking down and would be thrilled maybe it's working on fox business network's mornings with Maria it was just it a hard fall a shot Debbie Dingell replaced her husband in Congress and voted for impeachment hello see says the president seems to think he's being funny by swiping a giants like Dingell and to John McCain cruelty is not without from spokeswoman Stephanie Gresham tells ABC's Good Morning America the president was just terrific but says she doesn't know why he suggested John Dingell is in hell soccer mag ani at the White House
Trump impeached in historic House vote
"Night the house of representatives voted to impeach the forty fifth president of the United States here's house speaker Nancy Pelosi I use this fall this fall something that we did to honor have our founders to establish a Republic at a rally in battle creek Michigan the president told supporters what he thinks of the Democrats who led the effort they're the ones that should be impeached everyone of Travers is with us from the White House this morning here in your morning the president was in rare form last night he wanted but also repeating many of those familiar lines he spoke for a very long time last night this is an hour and twenty three minutes to the president on stage at that rally and it was the first time he had been out in public yesterday what was a very historic day here in Washington but it was very active on Twitter though yesterday by noon you tweeted forty five times some messages that he wrote but mostly messages that he was re tweeting and support from conservative allies he didn't talk to reporters when he left the White House yesterday to head to Michigan it's like you've feeding it all for when he got in front of that enthusiastic crowd and no surprise he went on to read about impeachment that saying you don't want to feel like you're being impeached and then slammed house Democrats in Nancy Pelosi for launching of profits in the first place he also took aim at for a former congressman the late John Dingell yeah this was a bit of a surprise last night he was in Michigan where the late democratic congressman John Dingell is from legendary congressman respected from both sides of the aisle and democratic congressman Debbie Dingell his wife is now in his seat and she voted yesterday to impeach the president the president bring that up and the into the gas that John Dingell within hell he does maybe he's looking up I don't know but let's assume he's looking down at the congressman said that the president's hurtful words just made her healing much harder this morning the White House press secretary with on ABC's Good Morning America and she said you haven't spoken to the president about this why he said it but defended him saying he was a rare thing in front of supporters and have been under attack for months during his impeachment process the press secretary told reporters that the president trump would be working all day and apparently be too busy to watch the impeachment proceedings but then as you mentioned there was this flood of tweets something I've been curious about do we know is the president himself actually sending out all these tweets or does he have staff members doing some of this sometimes stuff for the most part the president eking from cal which of the president which our staff if if he's posting a video or reposting something that's more of like a a form thing it somebody on the team but yesterday that thing to be all the president that that message from Stephanie gross on the press secretary came and then just minutes later the president with tweeting in all caps so it's certainly worth paying attention yesterday even if it was in in between meetings stern was learned this morning that a staunch ally to president Donald Trump will not seek reelection yeah mark meadows that Republican congressman from North Carolina said he will not run next year it's been a top defender of the president a house in the house is a big loss for the president he said that would work on behalf of the president is not done yet that he'll continue helping the president and his team whether that means during the administration he's not saying
Trump implies Michigan's John Dingell is in hell at rally
"President trump was talking about the impeachment at a rally in Michigan last night our surrendering their majority their dignity their reputations they look like a bunch of fools at one point the president generated some jeers when he recalled calling Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell after the funeral of her husband former congressman John Dingell to pay his respects Dingell's widow told trump her late husband was looking down at the ceremonies last night trump jokes maybe he's looking up meaning he's in hell John Dingell represent a Michigan for nearly sixty years in Congress trump flint Michigan in two thousand sixteen and told supporters last night he's the reason the state has had its best
Trump draws rebuke from widow after swipe at late congressman
"Diggle Sir fifty nine years in the house representing Michigan where the president told a crowd he ordered flags flown at half staff when Dingell died in February I gave the a plus street he recounted dangles wife Debbie calling to thank him John would be so thrilled he's looking down a piece of Debbie Dingell succeeded her husband in Congress and voted for impeaching the president who got in a swipe maybe is looking up Debbie Dingell tweeted in response I preparing for the first holiday season without the man I love you brought me down in a way you can never imagine you're hopeful words just made my healing much harder Sager met Donnie at the White House