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"department homeland securities" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected, stay informed. This is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7. Former president Donald Trump is now claiming the documents the FBI seized at his home in Mar-a-Lago were unclassified. But does that even matter? Jeff poggio got the latest from ABC's Andy field. Let's first get into this idea of classified or not classified because the president can declassify material, but there's a process by which he has to do that, right? Right. The assumption here is, well, the president waves a magic wand and suddenly poof, it's declassified. In theory, that's correct, but in practice, that never happens. Although scooter Libby, remember him, he was the aide to Dick Cheney who had released classified information that basically added Valerie plame, the CIA operative and did some incredible damage to her career and some people say to national security, he claimed that his trial, which by the way, he was convicted of that those classified documents were unclassified by George W. Bush. Now we never actually heard from George W. Bush. I don't think that he indeed did that, but that was the claim. Of course, scooter Libby was eventually pardoned. So he didn't have to worry about it. But he was convicted. And for quite a bit less than the documents that Donald Trump apparently has, the process is supposed to be that if someone wants something to be classified, they go through various channels, they have to go through all the departments where this might be affecting something. The Defense Department Homeland Security, the interior department, the Treasury Department, whatever it is that might touch upon those specialties, those experts have to look at it and say, does declassifying this do any damage to the United States. So it's just not the president saying, hey, I just took my documents to The White House residents from the Oval Office and poofed their declassified, even ambassador Bolton, who was his former national security adviser, basically laughed at that saying it's laughable that that doesn't happen, that there is a process. There's a paper trail to do these things. You don't just wave the magic wand and make it happen. But this isn't new, is it? If you remember the Trump presidency, there was a time when he released photos on Twitter of an attack on Iran's nuclear capability, correct? And that was supposed to be classified information. Well, his advisers were told in retrospect, told him not to do that, that, you know, we really can't put this stuff out because this is going to compromise American safety, American troops safety, how we got this information, all of which Donald Trump apparently ignored and tweeted out the picture of it and they said that that did damage to U.S. intelligence overseas, even though the president has the authority to declassify things, most of them are wise enough to listen to their advisers on whether they should declassify them. Have we learned any more of what was in these documents that were at Mar-a-Lago? Well, certainly, the Justice Department didn't say anything about it because they've got an ongoing investigation against the president. Most judges in these cases do not have this stuff released. For the very matter that a would hurt the folks who are witnesses and testifying some of them may be confidential. And so that will put them at risk. It would also risk the case itself, then if you put this information out here, then the person who's the target of the information knows exactly what you're doing and can find some way to sabotage it, or try to get the witnesses to not talk. This is why the Justice Department didn't mention a word about this search warrant. We only found out about it because Donald Trump put it on his own truth social. That's ABC's Andy field talking with Jeff poggio. For more, subscribe to the northwest politics available wherever you get your podcasts. A new poll says President Biden's public approval is ticking up the political morning consult survey finds Biden at 42% approval that is up from 39% last week. The number of respondents who disapproved dropped from 59 to 56%. The latest poll follows congressional passage of the sweeping inflation reduction act which Biden signed this week. Democrats are nervously watching the president's poll numbers ahead of November's crucial midterm elections. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. Stocks gave back some of their recent gains today the down to lost a 171 points, the

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The Biden Regime Has Declared War on All of Us

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

The Biden Regime Has Declared War on All of Us

"What is our administration? What's their top priority? The Department of Justice issues a memo saying that moms and dad showing up to school board meetings across the country are domestic terrorists, that they need use the Patriot Act that was designed to go after people that are associated with Al-Qaeda. If you show up to school board meetings and complain that your children are learning about pornographic curriculum or they're learning about abortion on demand or they're learning about racist critical race theory. Merrick Garland signs an order saying that I'm going to use department Homeland Security. We're going to use the FBI and we're going to use the DOJ to go and create a new commission to monitor to spy on infiltrate moms and dad showing up and complaining at local education area. Local educational institutions, voicing their opinion, turning point USA, the organization that I found in that we run was listed in that letter, saying that what we are doing as our school board watch list is contributing to the targeting of school board officials across the country. And, you know, that's kind of you know when you're doing a great job when the Department of Justice decides, you know what? Murders up 30% last year. No memo, by the way, from the attorney general on murders going up 30%. No memo on the fact that hundreds of thousands of people are coming into our country without any sort of testing any sort of background this coming straight into the interior of the country, but who are the real enemies? You. The real enemies are the patriotic Christians and the heartland of the country. And this regime has decided to declare, and I don't use this word lightly. A domestic war on all of

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Delaware governor Jack Markle who was appointed by President Biden to oversee this massive undertaking NPR White House correspondent Franco odone spoke exclusively with the former governor and he joins us now hey Franco Hey Rachel So a lot of agencies have their fingers in this process Department of Defense State Department Homeland Security where does Markel fit in Well the departments are managing the day to today operations on this but markall is in charge of what comes next for the Afghans The moving off of military bases and resettling around the country Here's actually how he put it This is a big job It's a lot of people It's 53,000 people right now on the U.S. Military base is another 14,000 or so arriving in the next week and making sure that they all get resettled well in 200 different communities is a big effort You know it's so President Biden asked his friend Markel to help coordinate between the different agencies and the resettlement groups And he's also talking with governors and mayors to let them know what to expect What is he bring to this job personally Well he's definitely got the ear of the president Biden was his mentor for many years in Delaware politics And Markel was governor the last time a big group of refugees began arriving from a war torn country That was Syria during Obama's second term You know at first people were more open to refugees than but that changed because of a terror attack in Paris That set off a lot of discussion and concern about vetting and about whether ISIS terrorists could actually pose as refugees In fact about 30 governors mostly Republicans tried to shut their doors but Markel was one of the most outspoken governors accepting refugees And he told me that he hopes politics stay out of it this time This is not blue This is not red I mean this is a fundamental value of the United States This is our story a story of immigrants a story of refugees Really his overarching concern he told me is making sure that the U.S. stands by the Afghans who helped U.S. troops during 20 years of war So you said he's talking to mayors and governors I mean some states have gladly opened their doors to Afghan refugees Others have been reluctant to say the least how he navigating those conversations Right You know he told me it's really important to answer people's questions directly about security I explained that nobody flew directly from Afghanistan to the United States and the intelligence community law enforcement and counter terrorism went through that whole vetting process This came up in a call Markel had with Republican governor asa Hutchinson Hutchinson failed strongly that his state Arkansas and the rest of America should take in Afghan refugees But he still had a lot of questions and concerns about the vetting process I actually asked him to go through a step by step Hutchinson told Markel he wants more communication from The White House He said he didn't want to keep finding out from his local newspaper that more Afghans were coming to his state He immediately said you're absolutely right I sure that will not happen We're going to have that communication flow and I will direct that to be happen and you let me know otherwise And here's my cell phone number if you have any issues Hutchinson was satisfied and he's not the only one Mayor David holt of Oklahoma City also a Republican was surprised to get a call from The White House Most mayors and governors often struggle with who to even talk to on a myriad of issues And at least now I know that if I have any challenges with Afghan refugee resettlement I got a guy Markel's not just talking to political leaders There are a lot of other groups involved We're in touch with governor Markel 5 times a day That's John bridgeland He was a top aide in the George W. Bush White House Now he's leading an organization called welcome U.S. They're helping Afghan refugees figure out how to make a home here Bridgeland says it's hard to do this without a lot of coordination It's going to be really hard And it'll be uneven but Markel is setting this up for a better chance of a response than we've had in the past For Mark Alex also personal His grandparents fled Belarus in the 1920s I heard from one of my cousins who said isn't this bringing the whole story full circle Because your parents and your grandparents brought over my parents meeting his parents decades ago And here we have an opportunity to now help people on this much bigger scale He says he feels a responsibility to help refugees arriving now People like 20 year old Ahmed Sarah His family barely escaped Kabul after being turned away by gunfire Now he's at fort Dix in New Jersey waiting for what comes next So do I told Markel that he's eager to study I hope in the head that I can study and computer science Markel told sort of why story a couple days later He was meeting with air-b-n-b cofounder Joe jebbia about housing But Chevy has said he could also bring in more tech executives to find ways to get started and other refugees into coding boot camps The more that we can do in the tech industry to connect the dots between those who either have the skills or want to learn the skills to the jobs in tech the better I think it's really just a matter of asking how might we help I mean I got to ask though Franco Biden is also nominated Markel for another job to be ambassador to the OECD organization for economic cooperation and development does that mean The White House doesn't see Afghan resettlement as a full-time job Well I mean not from our cow this White House job is just a temporary stop for him at last only until the end of the year And it's you know it is unclear how much he can accomplish and just a few months He described this to me though as a sprint to get the process running and in good shape And he also said that officials at the National Security Council members of his team will continue the work after he moves on Much work to do Franco or donas thank you for this We appreciate it Thank you Germans love their dogs They're allowed almost everywhere on the subway in most stores even inside many restaurants But dogs in Germany lead very different lives from our canine friends here in the U.S. There are strict regulations governing the training and care of pets there And as Emma hart reports the result is pretty much doggy heaven On a sunny Saturday morning in Munich's sprawling English garden a group of mostly expats are leading their dogs around cones and over jumps in a dog obedience class.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"The united states constitution being the greatest political document ever written and the longest lasting constitution of. It's kind it stood the test of time because it was not written for the times it was written to stand the test of time. It was analysis of human behavior. And as we see this breaking news over the weekend we ask ourselves the very serious question. Do we still have the rule of law in america. Do we still have the rule of the written universal truth. Do we still have the rule of the eternal principle will this weekend. The head of department homeland security alejandro may orcas admitted on fox news sunday that ten thousand to twelve thousand haitians have been released into the interior of the united states. He said it could even be higher. The number that are returned could even be higher what we do follow. The law is congress has passed that we know. That's not true. May orcas saying oh. We're following the law you're not. The secretary said the administration will make determinations whether they'll be returned to haiti based on our public health and public interest authorities. But it says here that twelve thousand have now been released into the interior of the united states and twelve thousand four hundred have been given a little certificate saying you gotta go see some immigration judge. You think they're gonna come back and do that. They're gonna come back and see their the. The judge for their hearing may orcas said on fox news. I wouldn't call this a flood. Statements like that does violence to the english language to say that twelve thousand haitians is not a flood you see if we were governed by the rule of law not the rule of man we were governed by the universal principles that if you break into a country. You will be deported quickly. This wouldn't even be a question.

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The US Border Crisis Defies the Rule of Law in Our Country

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 1 year ago

The US Border Crisis Defies the Rule of Law in Our Country

"The united states constitution being the greatest political document ever written and the longest lasting constitution of. It's kind it stood the test of time because it was not written for the times it was written to stand the test of time. It was analysis of human behavior. And as we see this breaking news over the weekend we ask ourselves the very serious question. Do we still have the rule of law in america. Do we still have the rule of the written universal truth. Do we still have the rule of the eternal principle will this weekend. The head of department homeland security alejandro may orcas admitted on fox news sunday that ten thousand to twelve thousand haitians have been released into the interior of the united states. He said it could even be higher. The number that are returned could even be higher what we do follow. The law is congress has passed that we know. That's not true. May orcas saying oh. We're following the law you're not. The secretary said the administration will make determinations whether they'll be returned to haiti based on our public health and public interest authorities. But it says here that twelve thousand have now been released into the interior of the united states and twelve thousand four hundred have been given a little certificate saying you gotta go see some immigration judge. You think they're gonna come back and do that. They're gonna come back and see their the. The judge for their hearing may orcas said on fox news. I wouldn't call this a flood. Statements like that does violence to the english language to say that twelve thousand haitians is not a flood you see if we were governed by the rule of law not the rule of man we were governed by the universal principles that if you break into a country. You will be deported quickly. This wouldn't even be a question.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on More Content Talk

"As j m berger argues statements issued by in-cell showcase all the standard components of extremist belief including an in group the group to which an extremist belongs in this case the sexually deprived in cells and out group the group targeted by extremist group. In this case chad's in stacy's which translates from insects speak as people with normal sex lives so be assured they're talking about you if you're listening to this show if you even thought about listening to this show. They're talking about you. Because i talked about these people all the time. So they're definitely talking about you even if you're just in a relationship and you have sex from time to time. These people are talking about you. Okay it's not. Just let's go kill all the women they kill men to and they have killed men too dangerous. It's not just women complaining. I know this is like you know automatic. Almost thing in society would be like. Oh well you know women bitching terrorism. That's what the homeland department homeland. Security is saying.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"That's gonna that might lead to their downfall. It's not about freedoms and freedom of press or anything else environmental issue. And i think we we have started to see some of those issues. I'm i'm happy with the infrastructure bill. has huge has has major provisions and it looks like an hour goal is likely to get through has major provisions on building more resilient response to climate changes we saw. We need to do in florida. So this is this is i. I'm doing a lot of pre interviews for the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. If you can believe it's coming up in september and and you know the question is does al qaeda remain an existential threat. I was like no. There's only one existential threat now and it's it's climate change now. I'll i'll just tell me this way. So i was sliding montana talking to friends who had just returned to the netherlands. Who had to take all their furniture off the first floor of their house because of the flooding get to montana as they described all the smoke burning sun. Then talk to my friends and montana. Tell all the water we've had which they so desperately want out there and it was this collision of what seems to be a very small world because we're altogether and can tell like this and it was the extremes and each of our respective parts of the world is just so astonishing to me that this is also where the market will drive a lot of good behavior both in terms of your ability to get insured and driving behavior in the way that the market can do that in good ways tax credits for hybrid cars. Whatever it is that that localities have done a but also there is money in Clean energy think about where the way you know. If you're starting off as a as a as a as a start up you know person and thinking where where is. Where is the money right now. It is in a diverse find a and having alternatives for clean energy and and there are people who suspect that america's first trillionaire will be someone in environmental and energy space. Who incident something that can. That can actually save us as well. Hey one quick thing before you go. This was from a few days ago but Your old employer the department homeland security. Wants all these cybersecurity measures taken pipelines. Why so important. So basically and they actually are making more announcements. They're they're voluntary In in some sectors and not voluntary and others and it's basically to To ensure that these companies are taking as much protections on the cybersecurity front as they should be to protect the physical security front which is the distribution of our of our energy and the transporta- or whatever sector. You wanna pick transportation..

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Taking center stage in Washington this week. Kris Van Cleave on Capitol Hill this morning says the decision on voting rights could be made tomorrow. The Senate is poised to vote on a bill Tuesday meant to push back against new, restrictive voter laws in several states. But Democrats are still trying to get all 50 of their members onboard West Virginia's Joe Manchin, the holdout offered a compromise with items Republicans support like voter I d requirements and allowing state officials to purge voter rolls. Republicans still oppose it likely dooming the bill and a judge today decides the fate of a Fulton County absentee ballot inspection. Both sides will have their day in court today when Superior Court Judge Brian Amero considers whether and how to move forward election. Skeptics will argue they need an opportunity to search for possible counterfeit ballots. Olden county officials will ask the judge to put an end to the quest to undermine Democrat Joe Biden's nearly 12,000 vote when over Republican Donald Trump WSB Jennifer Griffith says even If the inspection moves forward, plaintiffs will not get the actual ballots. But a high resolution digital scan Governor Brian Campus ordered flags at half staff today at the Capitol and in Cherokee County after the line of duty death of Holly Springs Officer Joe Burson. Today is his funeral. Officer Joe Burstyn's funeral will be held at First Baptist Church of Woodstock. The service is open to the public. He'll then be laid to rest at Rolling Hills Memory gardens in unincorporated Acworth. The 25 year old joined the Holly Springs Police Department last year. It was his first law enforcement job, double USPS Amanda Morio reporting this morning that Burson died Wednesday when he was dragged by a suspect's vehicle during a traffic stop. The spread of that highly infectious new covid variant seems to be accelerating across the Atlantic. Although the delta variant, first identified in India still represents only a small fraction of total covid cases in Europe, the trends are disturbing. It's gaining ground fast, and there are fears two months of progress and slashing Europe's infection and death rates are now under threat, and that's Vicki Barker reporting. She says. The delta variant has been shown to be highly transmissible and has been identified in more than 80 countries. And 41 states here in the United States, including right here in Georgia. The CDC has added that strain to its list of variants of concern and U. S borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed to reduce the spread of Covid 19, the department Homeland security, announcing that the restrictions at the borders were being extended until July 21st WSB news time is 10 33. This is where Atlanta.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Except to Europe. Still places you can't fly to. You remember when we created T Essa? We only share what you know, shortly after 9 11 years Yeah. So in that time period, Of course we're how many were in what 30 years now? Wow, in that hard to believe. No 20 1220. Excuse me, 20. I was that's why it was so hard to believe. But still 20 years, but 20 years? Yes. And it's It's got. It's got 47,000 employees now. Huh? 47,000 employees. The tea is saying. And the thing about tears and I'm not running down the men and women who worked here and But how do How do some of the things get by them? I wonder Was well, knives will get by them. Sure. My whole thing is think about if you didn't have him there, what would get by what would get by if you didn't That's where I was going with that exactly. Oh, yes. You know, other than the inconvenience. I guess the T s a does pretty good job. We've just come to accept him, haven't we? Yes. I mean, there's part of flying yet part of flying now part of fly and it gives it gives thousands of people who aren't happy enough to be Wal Mart greeters at the job. Syria go stopping by the way. They can start for like 16 51 an hour. See that there's something about having a person just at right over minimum wage, making sure our airlines are safe. Yeah. Kind of a strange feeling and it Yeah. Yeah, I would say you think security for an airline Would be top notch top paying job. Or they're pois de esa. That's an airport. That's not an airline. No, it's on their lines for but it's under it falls under the department. Homeland Security? Yes. So it's a government job, and they don't pay all that great. Last night. Sure, Senator. Yeah, right. Exactly. But I hope they do something that I really hope they do. 7 56 w B A P coming up here in the eight o'clock hour. Nicole Ambrose is going to join us. She is part of the GOP's National Committee. Women and she's going to react to Joe Biden's speech. Oh, Nikolay, not Nicole. Nic. Nic. Elise Ray. Okay, really believes she's gonna join us coming up in 8 15. Very nice. Nicole has yet o'clock news next. Nor Thaksin's welcome to storm damage in parts of the Metroplex stories next balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time, Miss scientists and by all accounts, a health and fitness nut, So I was looking for something that I thought might give me just a little bit more edge and I've tried many things, and I'm a very strict in terms of my diet, my exercise my lifestyle. I'm pleasantly surprised. I must admit I typically in the Winter Times have respiratory issues of colds, and this is the longest period I could remember. I haven't had one. My body is experiencing something that has never had and then knowing that the changes because I took bounce nature, It's worth money so I could say it's worth the money..

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Looking at not only dominion but yes s and heart several the other electronic voting management systems. Pause him here when he says working with allied security operations group. That's russell rams lens group which we're gonna see next okay and we saw a lot of similarities and vulnerabilities in the systems that would be easily influenced more easily interdicted and again as a as a information warfare. That's what i did. I look for vulnerabilities. In ways to attack systems to create a strategic advantage for us friendly forces and so we started seeing the vulnerabilities and all the different ways that you can interdict this These electronic voting systems it became apparent that We had a problem for the the november third election. Now what did he say so far. When i examined all of the machines. I found lots of vulnerabilities that i thought were a concern prior to the election. That's all these said so far. That's not saying that those vulnerabilities were in fact exploited. Let him continue in. That prompted us to send a lot of time. Working with russ ramsland getting a lot of the historical data knowledge. We started working on our own really doing a lot of Connecting the money Exercises doing doing basic Investigative research. And then i brought in our local vhs team here in texas both the intelligence and assessments division of which collects it collects intelligence for for the department homeland security and the cisa our local cicero and we spent quite.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Aws like if you want a mini me as jesse's kind about as close as you get for that and and like you say basil's going where he's still around there just shifting the roles a little bit and that seems perfectly natural. Yeah not only that. But that's the place where they made the most profit and did so. Well i think he's the perfect guy so we'll have to see how things go Moving on fi- five sources told reuters that a second flaw in software made by solar winds was exploited by attackers access. Us government computers at the finance center which operates payroll for multiple us government agencies including the fbi state department homeland security and the treasury. The government spokesperson said quote. There was no data breach on quote. The attackers used infrastructure and tools known to be deployed by chinese backed actors so solar winds says. It is aware of a single customer. Excuse me a single customer compromise by a second set of attackers but had not found anything conclusive. Not yet anyway on. Who was responsible. This flaw separate from the one discovered previously was exploited by groups linked to russia Covered this pretty extensively. So if you haven't heard that you may want to go back. It appears the second attack gained access. Our excuse me gain access to not plant a back door but gain network access some other way Then exploited solar wind software to spread. This new flaw was patched in december Security researchers at trust wave have discovered three vulnerabilities in products sold by solar wins which have been patched therefore before anyone could exploit them Anyway more details will be announced february ninth. Yes oh if you're like wait a minute. They said there was no data breach but there was an intrusion. Yes that's what they're claiming the government is saying. There was an intrusion into our network Did take advantage of a solar winds vulnerability after they got into the network. So this is unless serious one than the previous ciller. Winds problem with a ryan But they don't think any data was breached. They think that even though they were in the network and able to access solar winds they weren't able to access all that payroll data basically. I hope they're right Because that's you know. State department homeland security social security numbers all the personal information on on all the folks who work at st etc. That that's huge. I do think this is good. News for two reasons one is this is a kind of lower level observational intrusion. That might not have been discovered if they hadn't discovered the other solar winds problem. It's a serious one but it's still serious and so it's good that they're looking and when you start looking you start noticing things you wouldn't have noticed otherwise so it's easy to look at this and go. Oh here we go another one cropped up but it was found because they're paying closer attention and that goes right to what you were saying. scott about. Trust wave discovering three vulnerabilities. That have not been exploited. Because everybody's got their eyes on this now when you started talking about it earlier air there is a tendency for us to go on another one when when do the holes end. It's never ever going to end the really this just says. Hey we found the problem. Okay well there are other problems okay. Well good we're looking and now we're seeing more problems like this might be the safest time to be involved invested and or using products from this company because now is on high alert so i i'm happy to subscribe to that attitude about this because it is. It is easy just to say well. What is this giant piece of swiss cheese and really. Let's pray holes. We know about and cursed world..

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Covert vaccine now, more than ever, it's crucial for this important department to be led by men and women who have been vetted and confirmed by members of this body. The American people deserve a capable leader at the helm of this department, and I believe that leader is Alejandro. My Yorkis Holly represents the best of America. Born in Havana, Cuba, Ali knows firsthand what it's like for a family to flee. Flee is native land and come to the United States and search of refuge. He's a man of integrity, person of principle who possesses a truly truly remarkable work out there. What's more, you may well I'll be the most qualified nominee we've ever been asked to consider to lead the Department of Homeland Security has previously served admirably. It's this deputy secretary for nearly four years, and before that, as they had a DHS is largest agency, The U. S Citizenship and Immigration Service is director this agency He works to combat immigration fraud. He directed and implemented the doctor program to protect hundreds of thousands of dreamers and much more. His deputy secretary. He led the department Successful Unity of Effort Initiative to improve morale in an agency, which previously had the lowest morale of any large agency in the federal government. Back to department there reported the greatest improvement in morale in the final year of the Obama administration was the department Homeland Security in large part due to all these leadership in that of former Secretary Jay Johnson. From the Senate floor. Tom Carper, Democrat of Delaware. The nomination did face Republican criticism. In his opening speech this morning leader Mitch McConnell, calling the president's choice, quote an ethically compromised partisan lawyer during the Obama administration. Alejandro my orcas did head up the U. S citizenship and Immigration Services. Senator McConnell brought up an inspector general report that found my orchids intervene to help foreign investors in the E B five visa program who were connected to top Democrats. And there was this from Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee when he served as U. S. C s director during the Obama administration, the inspector general was forced to investigate quote an extraordinary in quote number of internal alligator. Nations that New Yorkers was granting special access and special favors to wealthy db five investor visa applicants linked to influential Democrats. When the idea took a closer look at the visa applications for three powerful Chinese nationals in particular, they came to the conclusion that if may, orcas hadn't intervened, and I'm quoting the matter would Have been decided, different like and quit now, Mr President. This is something that we know is inappropriate. We know that this is something for which Mr May or kiss should be held accountable. We know that this is something for which he has not been held accountable, and here is what he did. He put his thumb on the scale, pressured his A. D. H as colleagues pressured his DHS colleagues to break their own rules and turned the law on its head. All because a few powerful friends asked him to do it. He pressured others for the benefit of some powerful friends, and it is all All there for everyone to read in the inspector general's report, And yet he was never held accountable. And yet here we are being asked to support his nomination to the president's Cabinet. That debate over the president's nominee to head up the Department of Homeland Security Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, despite some Republican opposition six GS. Piece. Senators did support the Democrats in the my organs nomination. They are capital of West Virginia Collins of Maine, Murkowski of Alaska, Portman of Ohio, Romney of Utah, and Sullivan of Alaska. Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania did not vote again. Final confirmation vote 56 to 43 in favor of his nomination also on the Senate floor. The nomination people to judge by a vote of 86 to 13, the former South Bend, Indiana mayor and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate confirmed as the Transportation Secretary Washington Senator Maria Cantwell, the incoming chair of the Senate Transportation Committee. With these remarks, Mr President come before today to support the nomination of Pete Buddha Judge to be secretary of transportation. We all know the nominee is Mayor Pete, A man who basically came onto the national stage as a Midwest mayor who had lots of enthusiasm for making investments in America's future. So today we're considering His nomination to be secretary of transportation at a time when we need a lot of work done on transportation, and in my opinion, he's a young, energetic mayor who is going to help us usher in a new era of transportation. That means there's gonna be a lot of bipartisan dialogue about how we get there. But this job should not be underestimated in the importance that the transportation sector and the investments for the future need that is that our transportation system serves. Is the backbone of our economy, and when it's not doing well, the consequential impacts of that affect our economy. It affects how are businesses compete in a global economy. It affects how people get to and from work, and it affects their home life as well. So it's a big job that we have. And I know that this mayor and future secretary of Transportation understands how big this challenge is that from Senator Maria Cantwell as lawmakers confirming people Judge Serving is the next transportation secretary, and he is making history as the first openly gay member of a presidential cabinet. Meanwhile, the Senate Agriculture Committee taking up the nomination of Tom Vilsack, he is the former Iowa governor. He also headed up the AG department during the Obama administration and his president Biden's pick to return to that Cabinet post. Senator Debbie stabbing on Michigan who now chairs the committee with this line of questioning to Tom Vilsack. I want to start first with just the farm economy. In general..

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Biden's national security Cabinet nominees face Senate tests

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Biden's national security Cabinet nominees face Senate tests

"Confirmation hearings start today for key members of Joe Biden's cabinet but it's doubtful any will be confirmed in time for Wednesday's inauguration the national security cabinet will likely be bear on the first day of Joe Biden's presidency although confirmation hearings are being held today in Senate committees for the nominees to head the state department homeland security the intelligence community and the Pentagon none is likely to be approved when Joe Biden takes his oath of office generally the defense secretary is sworn in on inauguration day but political tensions have caused delays and nominee Lloyd Austin recently retired from the army needs a waiver treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen's also testifying in prepared remarks she's urging Congress to do more to offset the fiscal ravages of the pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It makes sense for the for the department. Homeland security to sort of have a hand in coordinating what the other departments are doing, and this becomes important in the context. Of a big stimulus package. If we're going to undertake a big project like infrastructure, you know, like public health like education, because those are necessarily going to need the required the coordination of other departments as a reason. Homeland security makes sense. Think is because, you know, they're already tasked with coordinating other agencies in their current work. Look, you know, looking after the homeland on go there in the natural place to be sort of receptacles for coordination in the larger federal government, which I think is going to be needed if we're going to undertake a bigger project. Biden has often spoken about having a national job corps. Sort of like what FDR did. Is that a good idea? And how do you think it should work? I think it's a great idea. It's something that that I've advocated previously. I think that if we're going to undertake the project does are obviously going to require a lot of people power and it happens that we you know, we have because of covert 19 and to some extent before it. We have Ah, huge number of American workers who are having trouble finding a job on day. Even the, uh maybe find themselves outside of the workforce for an extended period. While this after this recovery, you know, comes back. And so until the federal government seems like a good place to start hiring, and it put people to work, especially since a lot of these things that we're talking about that, by envisions anyway are going to require You know, high skilled labor, and so it's an opportunity to get people into the labor force is an opportunity to train them to do things that they may not be able to do now, and that could be a good segue way to getting millions of Americans back into the labor force. Longer term..

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on WJR 760

"Beckmann Show News Talk 7 60 wjr. All right. Welcome back into the program. Everybody will resume your phone calls in just a little bit. 808 590957 right now, though, I want to welcome in a special guest because of what what the law enforcement community is preparing for. About a week from now, when, when Joe Biden is is inaugurated as the 46, president of the United States, the FBI has sent warnings of quote armed protests. In all 50 state capitals and in Washington, D. C during the inauguration time they think that people are going to have armed protests against Joe Biden presidency and they're worried about it in every state capital, which would include Lansing Andy Arena, former head of the FBI in Detroit. On the other end of our line, he said of the Detroit crime Commission. Good to talk with you again, my friend. We're getting closer that golf season, but Not quite yet. Good to have you with us. Hey, Frank. Good morning, Happy New year Happy New year to you as well And they'd just be better than 2020 half Let's hope. Yeah, well, it can't be worse than you know the knockout would would you say that? I guess so. We've got the inauguration coming up in about a week and FBI says Hey, You have armed protests in every state capital in the country as well as the nation's capital. Uh, is this just sort of a overreaction to try to be cautious? Or do you think there's really a concern that we could have some real trouble here on Inauguration day? So the FBI and the department Homeland Security they send these. These assessments out periodically.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That Democrats in the House and Senate are planning to draft legislation. You call those maga rallies, Domestic terrorist activities require the FBI, DOJ and department Homeland security to prevent such domestic terrorism, my domestic terrorism. It's as if the last year on year and a half of Black lives matter. And anti for destruction never happened. Tony Katz 93 WNBC Good morning. These are hard conversations for many, many people. Thank goodness I'm not many, many people. Because I find that once you take a breath and take a beat You can really put some things together. And so I started doing that yesterday I I literally wrote screeds yesterday. I mean, good good works and I will share them all in due time. Uh, but I start with Uh, this this list of 10. And it's not like I decided to put them in any specific order. It's just the way that it that it started. We're talking about what we've seen from the Trump rally. To the attack on the Capitol. The siege of the capital. I don't know what people are calling it. I really I really I've seen written somebody from ways. To the aftermath. And there are some things that have been going on here in Indiana and across the country that needs to be addressed. So we could all be on at least for us. This show the same page. On what has happened and we should be clear. I condemn it in every single way. None of those people who entered the capital speak for me. The the hundreds of thousands of people. Who thought there was an issue with the election. They're they're fine. Yes, it's okay to say you think there's an issue with the election. It's very okay to say doesn't make you a bad person. Just don't pay any attention to them. Don't don't. They're there to do one thing break the Republican Party. Gonna prove that throughout the day. Doesn't mean That's sticking your head in the sand is a valuable proposition. What happened to the capital was wrong. I'm gonna get into that. Let me get into my first five here. And I'm gonna break this down further on Tony Cats today at noon. Number one Congressman Jim Banks not incite a riot and the Democratic Party should stop saying it in Indianapolis media should stop saying it. You sound like crazy people. You want to challenge electoral votes? Maybe something you politically disagree with. It's not inciting a riot. Jim Banks is congressman from the Indiana Third Fort Wayne area welcomes insurrectionists to the capital. That's not what he did. There were people there from Indiana. He said. Hey, I represent you. How you doing? So the lie already being told here in Indianapolis proper, the state of Indiana, so gross, so ugly, so so incomplete. People are fine with it because it's it's a narrative. To say, Hey, there is a lawful path to challenge these electors. I see issues and by the way for at least Kong's bank, not in every state, but in in his state's. This is something I've talked to him about. He said, in specific states, actually not his state's in seven states. He's like, all right, there's there's there's something there. There's an issue there. And he decided that was worthy of a challenge. I argue Pennsylvania's absolutely worthy of a challenge. Never claimed fraud. I claim that the courts you served the Legislature which is something we shouldn't allow cause systems matter. I'm very consistent on them. And then people got mad at him because a political columnist in one of the papers up there, Fort Wayne Basically said he incited a riot on Facebook. He posted how that's wrong. And how dare you and then people like always attacking a journalist. It's not attacking a journalist. Someone wrote an opinion and he disagreed. You see, this is a great example of what it is they want in terms of the breaking pretend the last four years didn't exist. The only thing Trump really taught us how to fight. He taught people how to fight and stop not take it and what they wanted to Jim Banks just to take it punch in the face of punch in the face the punch the face. He doesn't have to the people claiming how dare you go after reporter just so wrong? So run! Stop being the Brian Stelter. Of Indiana. All right. Start calling you Who's your Stelter? Just so silly. Really and truly number two big news was made that the incoming attorney General Indiana, Todd Rokita, Put out a tweet. And the tweets said that he supports President Trump. I will always be for our president. And it's like a Okay. You always be for the part. I didn't think it was newsworthy. But it became newsworthy when he sent out an explanation of his tweet that he was doing an experiment to see if he would get suspended. On Twitter as well, like the president has the president been kicked off of Twitter? Now. I don't even think the tweet was newsworthy. But as the expression goes, if you're explaining you're losing So my advice to Tara Akita, who will be the attorney general of India, as of today, right? Anything. I guess That was the news that when the inaugurations happen, um don't do those things. Focus on Indiana. Right now. Just focus on Indiana. Focus on what makes Hoosier allies better. And we're good. I'm not mad at you. I think the story is ridiculous. But if you're explaining, if you have to send out a press release Alison by what you might wanna write this down, if you have to, If you have to send out the press release to explain what you said. You're already losing. It's like having to explain the joke. You ever have to explain the joke to your grandmother because there's a little bit off color. You know, a little blue? Little innuendo, ized. Don't tell my grandmother and you window jokes. Yeah, well, one day you will. It's a problem. Number three. Number three. I am not listening to anybody calls, Mike Pence a traitor and to hell with win. Would I lose listeners? I'm fine guys. I'm fine. It's been a pleasure. I appreciate you. Linwood, Who's the lawyer for Nicholas Salmon calling, um Mike Pence, a traitor calling for his execution. This whole hang Mike Pence thing. Those people not only don't speak to me or four to me or for me to hell with them. I'm happy to lose listeners over this because that's where a break should be. Now we won't of course, because you're not crazy. It's disgusting and despicable. I do not look at the people's during the capital's patriots, right? They weren't speaking for me. It all one guy former military former Air force showed up with ZIP ties. Zip ties..

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on KOMO

"Now, the headlines were following from the camo 24 7 News Center. The bipartisan calls for the resignation or removal of President Donald Trump continued today and for the first time since the events yesterday we heard from the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany about the breach at the Capitol building by supporters of the president. The violence we saw yesterday at our nation's Capitol was appalling. Reprehensible and antithetical to the American way. We condemn it, the president and this administration in the strongest possible terms, and she said that she was speaking on behalf of the president and the entire White House. Important to note, though, that the president himself called those people after they had already broken into and damage the U. S. Capitol called those people very special and said he loved them. The deputy secretary of department, Homeland Security Department of Homeland Security, said that security improvements will already be made at the U. S Capitol without any prompting from lawmakers. And condemned the violence, saying it's unacceptable. Congress did finish ratifying President elect Joe Biden's win early this morning after a day of violence at the Capitol. More from ABC is Michael straight hand we're gonna bring in Igor Babic he, the politics reporter for Huffpost, who was on the scene at the pro Trump mob stormed the capital. He tweeted photos and videos from inside the Capitol showing up the chaos. Had that happened. And could you please tell us about the very first moment that you knew something was wrong? I was in the middle of reporting on this electoral votes certification. That happens every four years. Very routine. When I Heard a commotion and a some yelling and I ran downstairs, the first floor of the Senate. Building where I encountered this lone police officer courageously.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On 7 10 W. O R. Given by our pal Steve Roberts, the ABC News political analyst. I don't I don't know whether you know this is like the story that won't go away. I guess we just have to wait for Inauguration Day and then it's over. Is that how it works? No, he wouldn't come close to being over. Yeah, one part of one states of it will be over for me. But the president is consumed with grievance here and he cannot abide the notion that he lost. You just can't We've talked about Trump for years on this show, and he's not He's 74 years old. He's not going to change and everything follows through him. This is a man totally incapable, seeing the world and through Tow any other lens but his own grievance and his own consequence in his own ego. And so even though his own attorney general has said the election is fair, even though the director of cyber security and his own department Homeland Security Civics Fair Even though Republican governors in places like George is that it's fair, even though judges he him pointed to the federal bench have rejected his suits. He continues to say There's only one word for it and thats lie. He continues to lie to the American people, because ah Lai is a big word. It's an incendiary words. But lie means that you, you say an untruth knowing it's untrue. And he knows its own true and he keeps saying it and it's not going to go away on January 20th because he has a powerful hold over the Republican Party and the loyalties of his supporters. He's raised millions and millions of dollars. Feeding people. These lies about the election, and he's going to continue to be a major factor in Republican politics long after Joe Biden is president. That's very true, Steve, I think, and he may hold a Maga rally. Well, Biden is having his indoor driving inaugural, but my question for you is and Biden will be the president. We know this Um Does blended. You hear that? Mark that down? He said Hillary still retracted at nine o'clock. Well, so but Steve, Steve, Steve, I gotta ask you, though. Can you understand those of us who supported Trump? And we were just tired of that Washington establishment that you know so well. That did get us involved in all these global alliances that killed working class people in this country that got us into these wars. Trump up ended that with Biden or we could just going to go back to the establishment running things and telling us how we should live our lives. Can Biden just bring it right back to the Obama years? Look, I can understand the appeal of Donald Trump, and he He had insights into the mood of the American people that a lot of Washington pundits, including me, Missed and didn't understand and give him credit for being a shrewd of Andre, powerful politician who got himself elected president. In the face of all of the naysayers who said it could never happen, including people at some point, Don't said that, Ah lot of what he said to people is not true. He said. He was takes us one example. Michael, that all of these blue collar jobs. All of these industrial jobs were stolen because of trade deals and he was going to bring them back. That was never going to be to those jobs were lost because of changes in technology and international supply chains and he was never going to bring him back and he hasn't brought them back on, dear not coming back on. Everybody who has ever studied the issue knows it, so a lot of his grievances were not necessarily based on on accurate descriptions of the situation. But Biden when you say it's what is Biden gonna restore, But I think by on store is a sense of civility, a sense of decency, a sense of mutual trust. What in Washington, and, uh today under Trump. The hostility between the two parties is so profound. They don't even talk to each other, and this is a very divided country facing an enormous number of problems. And whether it's a dealing, creating a stimulus package toe help folks get through the enormous financial burdens of the of the pandemic, whether it's lowering drug prices and other issues facing the country. It's only one way to happen on one way, and that's true bipartisan cooperation, and I do think I think it's a small chance. But I think Joe Biden expect 36 years in the Senate. I think that's an advantage. I don't think that's a discipline. I think, having been part of the Senate for so long, having had relationships with Republicans across the aisle, Understanding that compromise is a noble idea, not a Uh, not a curse word. And by the way, he's going to get a lot of pressure from the left wing of this party not to compromise, either. Yes, that's a very Yeah, Absolutely. But I think there's a term of a possibility here that he could start building a sense of trust with that least some Republicans across the aisle and that I think it's a good thing. And if he restores that The American public in the American people who could benefit from it. Dave Roberts ever. The optimist are Buddy ABC News Point, Judge. Take care of yourself Stable talking. Okay, Okay. All right. Okay. So.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on KGO 810

"Over the assessments of his own intelligence community, including Its conclusion that Russia waged a sophisticated campaign to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. And you know, the president constantly calls that into question. These tweets today. I believe raise fresh concerns. That the president will seek to shrug off. What may turn out to be the cider Cyber hack of unprecedented scale. And Russia, at least under Trump will not be held accountable. I don't think that's true under Biden. What the president said. Cyber hack is far greater in the fake news media than actuality. The president tweeted that Despite a federal alert in recent days. It called the widespread cyber espionage campaign a grave risk. The government agencies and the private sector and this is what the president said. Have been fully briefed, and then everything is well under control. Remember? Who was attacked in the cyber attack. State Department, the Treasure Department, the Energy Department, homeland Security and Commerce, the partners. And then the president did something. I mean, there has to be some accountability. Speculated with no evidence that we know of that The hacks may also have included a bit On our hit on our More ridiculous voting machines. During the election. Which is now obvious that I won big. This is the president of the United States so, saying he won the election. Just so you know, Twitter flagged the assertion, saying that multiple sources called the election differently. And you and I know it's a false claim. It's a false claim. 41580 H R away 10 now. Have not seen the Mark Levin show this week. I'll see it tonight. But Pompeo was interviewed by Mark Levin on his TV show and had no qualms about speaking out. This was a very significant effort, he said. And I think it's the case, and now we can say pretty directly. It was Russia. That engaged in this activity. That's true. Pompeo didn't specify what branch of the Russian government carried out the campaign. But other senior officials of privately said They believe it is a foreign intelligence Service of Russia. The SVR They're the successor agency to them, Tore IUs. KGB. On. No one has suggested. Except the president. That China played a rule. I'm Paul. First you have a meeting in the Oval Office. Heated exchange. In which the president discusses martial law. And redoing the election, which is ridiculous. And then you have the president, contradicting his own secretary of state, his own intelligence agencies. Saying it was Russia. That committed this massive cyber hack. 4158080 a 10. I will tell you. Honestly, I'm surprised. Every line on the sport isn't wet. I am shocked. That you are not reacting to what may be the greatest crime. Against the United States. Since September, 11th Since Pearl Harbor. So let me get your thoughts. Am I exaggerating? Um I going over the top. I don't think so. 4158080.

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"department homeland securities" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"department homeland securities" Discussed on KOMO

"The Northwest interior and the couple weather center and meteorologist Kristen Clark. All right, it is December after all right, we have 52 in downtown Seattle under partly cloudy skies and you're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on come. Oh, at 306. Theo FBI continues to investigate the hacking of U. S government agencies, reportedly by Russia. Como's Manda factor has more from a former FBI agent, ABC Crime and terrorism, analyst Brad Garrett says. It's alarming when you think of the agencies that may have been compromised State Department Homeland security. Maybe parts of the Pentagon loss and Elmo's nuclear lab in New Mexico utility companies around the country. This is believed to have started in the spring. So for nine months, potentially the Russians have been collecting information from All of these government agencies to include Fortune 500 companies. What worries him. Let's face it if they did it this time, they'll do it again. Here, it says. It'll take some of the biggest cyber security brains. We have to figure out how the Russians did this. He believes there will be a ripple effect for a long time. Manda Factor Come on news. Ah, local business trainer offers a parable for chief executive struggling to rebound from the covert crisis, he says. Remember the Chinese babble tree we have more from comas. Corwin, A motivational speaker, Omar Rivas suggests that business executives not dwell too much on the immense task of bouncing back from 2020. Instead, he suggests making small personal and business changes that can have a long term impact. He offers the example of a tree that requires daily attention with little Initially to show for it. The Chinese babble tree is a tree that is planted and for five years it is watered and fertilized on a daily basis with nothing happening. It doesn't do anything for five.

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Is Trump Ready for Coronavirus?

Sean Hannity

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Is Trump Ready for Coronavirus?

"Continue our in the swamp in Washington DC I mean the facts mattered as truth matter anymore in this world of let's just hate Donald Trump for breathing let's say that he's president let's call it the trump via this is The New York Times the trump virus you're feeling awful you know who to blame does it matter that from the get go the president had a proactive response allowed the US to stay ahead of this that the president formed a a corona virus task force that the president took unprecedented steps to prevent travelers from spreading the virus you would by the way who was roundly criticized for expanding screening suspending entry of certain foreign nationals are criticized for that too who would pose a threat of transmitting the virus you know the the fact that the president he only spending two point five billion okay and he said yesterday and we'll start there when we need more we will be ready for whatever happens however this develops we're ready declaring a public health emergency utilizing reserve funding to support response efforts and does it matter that we have the world's greatest signed as I reported yesterday that they think they have they think they have what will be the vaccine that that will be shared with the world as usual because that's who we are and that is what we do well but you put a number but you but you put Mike pence in charge and and when he was against the needle exchange program and flipped the unit okay he doesn't believe in science AOC is saying you know the trump administration has left critical positions in charge of managing pandemics at the National Security Council department homeland security vacant president basically what they're saying wants Americans to die that's not like the playbook every two years every four years Republicans want dirty air water racist sexist misogynist one of programming over the cliff sound typical this is who

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OnPolitics: What if we told you that Iowa was still counting?

Houston's Morning News

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

OnPolitics: What if we told you that Iowa was still counting?

"Meanwhile to everybody still talking about the app you know the app the failed and the other guy on the face of of the Democrats and by the way Texas Republican Michael call was on last night reacting to the app failure he said they had an opportunity to work with the department of homeland security to make sure that the apple secure or to make sure that it was working the way it's supposed to and they turned down the offer yeah I think so I think they should work with the department homeland security I've read reports this app came from Hillary Clinton that her prior campaign me if they can't even count those votes in the Iowa caucus alchemy manages this country and who would you trust them with their personal health care and so I think it raises a whole lot of issues about their disarray and dysfunction in terms of the Iowa

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Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans

Joe Pags

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans

"Week at least two people are missing and one person dead after a large portion of hard rock hotel that's under construction suddenly collapsed in New Orleans on to Canal Street fox affiliate W. V. U. we reporter Josh Roberson has some details from New Orleans earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public works code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people or more were taken to the hospital for treatment all of the eighteen are now in stable condition the same is called fluid right now with other pieces of the building still occasionally

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Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans

Texas Home Improvement

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans

"Hotel hard rock hotel that's under construction in New Orleans suddenly collapse to this morning fox affiliate W. V. you re reporter Josh Roberson has some details earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public work code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people were taken to the hospital for treatment in there now all in stable

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U.S.-Mexico border apprehensions fall again in September but remain high

John and Ken

02:05 min | 3 years ago

U.S.-Mexico border apprehensions fall again in September but remain high

"Well the numbers of come out for the border apprehensions in September they claim that they nabbed over fifty two thousand migrants that's a drop in the numbers for the fourth consecutive month just to give you an idea what the number was in may one hundred and forty four thousand apprehensions yeah so imagine really when you apprehend less people there's probably less getting into the country that's the conventional wisdom either that or they got very bad apprehend but the odds are there some there some proportion there so is down almost two thirds from may to September and these were all the asylum seekers who now get this stopped in Mexico that's part of it this is pretty funny again we have another acting official in the trump administration the acting customs and border patrol commissioner is mark Morgan we have an acting head of department homeland security and acting C. B. B. commissioner I he said that it's all because of the M. P. P. M. P. P. stands for the migrant protection protocols they're doing this for the migrants on good protection right while sending them back to Mexico to await their hearings John just mentioned in the silence seekers are sent back and the phone never rings well for some reason you never get the call for the hearing some of them weighed in Mexico for a while some of them take the hint and go back yeah I don't know I think the pace is rather slow because we don't have enough courts baseball we don't we don't what are they going to do we don't we don't have to call back I need and they call us is like you know we're backed up it's really busy here this is great because we go back several months remember they were running out of space to detain the migrants and all of the progressive Democrats an open border people are up in arms holding them against their will let them go to trump said I'll tell you what I'll just get Mexico onto him or not one in the country they gotta stay in Mexico until we we have a chance to

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Half of Minnesota counties lost residents in 2017

First Light

02:16 min | 4 years ago

Half of Minnesota counties lost residents in 2017

"Today all the way up to places like seattle and medford oregon beautiful sunny weather today in fact seattle you should see temperatures getting up to a high of seventy five one off the record today so nice weather in the west some rain in the middle of the country we're looking at the possibility of some showers and thunderstorms in florida today so florida will not be on the dean's list today it looks like some showers and less humid later this afternoon in tampa the high getting up to eighty tampa's back on the dean's list tomorrow i will put let's put seattle on the dean's list seventyfive today with sunshine yeah yeah i figure you had tip to sarah can you give us one more i'll give you a san antonio today fiesta week down there has eightyfive degrees sunshine beautiful on the river walk this afternoon in this evening for everything that's going on with all right thank you dean and that's a look at america's weather here's the latest from the newsroom former president george hw bush is in a houston hospital for an infection that has spread to his blood the ninety three year old mr bush who attended the funeral for his wife barbara bush on saturday he said to be responding to treatment senators are discussing plans to delay the confirmation hearing for president trump's pick to be veterans affair secretary overgrowing questions about dr ronnie jackson's ability to manage the government's second largest department homeland security is telling members of the socalled immigrant caravan moving toward the us border not to enter the united states the state dinner for french president emmanuel macron is tonight macron and his wife had dinner with president trump and first lady melania trump at mount vernon last night britain's newest prince is already home hours after his birth to the duchess of cambridge and prince william yesterday the royals brought their eight pound seven ounce son home in a car seat already a day oh not even a day oh the new rules on net neutrality went into effect yesterday they rescind obama era rules now the fcc will allow internet providers to block or slow content or charge content providers more for socalled fastlane's some of the stories we're following on first light today eighteen passports time and robert workman good morning to you gracious good morning to you evan still.

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