35 Burst results for "Deputy Secretary"
Alejandro Mayorkas Keeps Doubling Down on Stupid
"Serving us every day, and that is Tom homan Tom glad to have you with us again. Thanks for having me. It's a good thing. Let's just jump in here because one of the things we've talked about and you've been very critical I've been very critical. In fact, I was calling for impeachment for a long time ago on mayorkas. I just am curious a second because you know him. I mean, we've talked about this before. Does it surprise you that he just frankly just keeps doubling down on stupid? Actually, yes, I'm shocked because when he was deputy secretary under J Johnson, who I deeply respect, we had a border crisis in 2014, 2015 was really out of control. Not anywhere here, the numbers we have now, but he knew how we stopped it in 2015. We know I met with him. I never a hundred strikes. As the 32 grand rights, we built detentions, we detained people. We made them see a judge. 90% of them loser case guys simply don't qualify for asylum or in the rules. And we put them on a plane to send them home. And the number 7 border went down. And knowing all that, what she's doing now is he's not detaining him. They're releasing without having to see a judge. And ice can't remove them, even if they get ordering, 'cause he has decapitated. He's doing the exact opposite of what he knew worked in 2015. Yeah. Well, and I think that, you know, and I've heard that story before because I mean, I was there in 2014, 2018, and you know, what's amazing to me is
"deputy secretary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"35. That's the tanker that refuels jets in midair. A new design that makes it just 5% more fuel efficient means fewer dangerous missions to fly and a longer time in the air, and cost savings. So for that case C one 35 example, we're looking at cost savings of $35 million a year. And also, by the way, a 125 kiloton reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Cutting greenhouse gases may be mentioned last, but the military does seem sold on the dangers of climate change, says Elizabeth field with the government accountability office. Whether it is a training exercise that has to be postponed or an installation that is completely shut down for days or for months because of a severe weather event. It's becoming increasingly real to them. And so I don't think there's a lot of selling that has to happen, but there may be some real challenges when it comes to capacity. Field says the GAO is looking into whether The Pentagon has the capacity to look away from the immediate conflicts or natural disasters or the next war to make long-term changes as sea levels rise and weather gets extreme. Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen hicks says there has been a cultural shift, but it's clear that any changes here at The Pentagon need to be good for the climate, but more important than anything here in the Department of Defense is essential for our war fighters. Quill Lawrence NPR news.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Inflation is too high, but we started to see, especially in commodities, prices come down when we've seen that in terms of oil and gas, but also in other commodities as well. They haven't come down enough. We want them to keep coming down. We're going to keep taking actions to make sure that on things like prescription drugs, people are paying less going forward. I was Wally adeyemo there, the US Treasury deputy secretary from New York City this morning, good morning. Here's your price section with lower by 1.25% on a S&P with Dan about 48. On the NASDAQ 100 were down 9 cents of 1% were down one zero one Yields look like this at three basis points two 95 95 crude lower again by 2.9%, 93 50, bit of Euro weakness out there. It's just call it parity. I'm not going to argue over 0.0014 with you. We're at 1.0014 right now. We're down a half of 1%. Dolly yen having a look at one 39 and maybe more. Looking at one 40 potentially dollar strength, the big story this morning and in the mix, JPMorgan coming out a little bit earlier. About 40 minutes ago now, the stock recovering a little bit of session lows was down 5%. It's now down just two. If you misses in the mix here, Lisa, and then suspending the share buyback program, not exactly how things are either. No, and this really is a broader macro story. That's how it's being treated at the market. We saw new highs on DXY at least going back more than a decade. We're taking a look right now at an environment that is shifting very rapidly. The fact that JPMorgan in response to the stress test said we need to batten down the hatches, prepare for the hurricane and keep our balance sheet really solid, tells you a lot. So you care what's your take this morning? My take is this. It's a time for a sea change. We see it in the markets, and frankly, I think we're going to hear it from James diamond and his team today, John Dennis weatherstone, it's one of my heroes. This guy was a British guy who invented modern banking. There's no other way to put it. He's the one that took JPMorgan from the stodgy white shoe bank and brought him into the modern age, and he's the one that said, what risk are we taking? And mister diamond has to pick this up now in these challenging times and you see a year over year var moving from, I think it's a 40s statistic out to 54, I believe in the statement. He's not in her head, so I think I'm somewhat close here. But John, the value at risk is not to be ignored as mister diamond tackles this ginormous bank amid these market challenges. Is that you okay for whether you're right or wrong. You look out the corner of your eye and see if smiling. It's like the bramo cam, but it's a Chanel cap. Can we get the mic? She's on the phone. I'm talking with all the hitters on Wall Street and she's going like this, and let's do that now. There's a question that I've been asked this morning and I wonder if you can answer it for some people at the audience. This decision to suspend the share buyback. How much of this is a fed the spook looking at the stress test and telling banks we're going to have some problems here potentially, get ready for them. I think what's interesting is you have both the Federal Reserve worrying about the consumer credit and you have Jamie Dimon also guiding that charge offs can really rise into the billions in a year. You are seeing start off charge off start to rise here. But you know what's interesting to Tom's point, you do have a little bit of strain here when you're looking both at the institutional side and the consumer side and that's also concerning John when you look at that value at risk actually the biggest jump was in fixed income. These are supposed to be safe, steady markets, and JPMorgan is a humongous intermediary at a time when liquidity is drying up. So you have to worry about that underlying strain, as well as what's happening on the consumer side very rapidly. John, I want to pick up on the point that you were talking about with what the fed is worried about. And I think Neil duta is that it perfectly just a few moments ago on Twitter. He said, behind door number one, the fed raises rates enough to bring inflation down, but pushes the economy into recession. Behind door number two, the fed fails to tighten up and inflation expectations increase. When faced with this decision, the fed chose number one hands down, and that is the reason why it is a pivot point for this market as they look to a greater chance of recession. The tail risk has become the base case and the base case is now mild recession. Now we can have a discussion about how shallow or how long that recession will be for, but ultimate base case is now that we get one potentially in the second half and Bank of America on board with that. And Tom, that's why you see a sea change from B of a this morning. At the epicenter of that research house at the moment is a call from Michael gapen for a recession later this year that made savita subramanian would be of a comes out slashes the outlook for equities, no recovery there, 4500 down to 3600. Then you've got Mark Cabana on the team over at the right side of the business, Tom basically saying the ten year yearend two 75. Next year, two 50. Right now. Two 96. John, I think you're going to see a lot more of this and again off of a hundred beats from bank of the candidate. It's a reset here. And I want to get very granular John on a Tuesday, Wednesday, thirsty hearing. You see it within the tension of JPMorgan. I mean, we got the Chanel cam out here. And she's saying you got to work from halls here. Nobody's relaxing here. They're going to work from the Hamptons. They're going to work on their holiday et cetera, but isn't the age old bank solution to cut costs? I mean, that's how you do this. It's the oldest story in the world, John. Over higher than that. Over higher and then start to fire. And you're starting to see that happening at the more consumer focused businesses, you're seeing it over in the mortgage business, but then what happens now to those investment banking businesses? Guys, it wasn't just a little light on the figures. It was hundreds of
The US Military Is Struggling to Meet Its 2022 Recruiting Goals
"Is one of our great successes as a nation, strongest military ever to exist in the history of the world. NBC News. Every branch of the military is struggling to make its 2022 recruiting calls, officials say. With record low number of Americans eligible to serve, and few of those willing to do it, it's quote, is this the year, the question of sustainability of the all volunteer force. I wonder why. These people. It's an intentional destruction of the U.S. Military. That's what they've been doing. Every branch of the U.S. Military is struggling to meet its fiscal year 2022 recruiting goals. The official said The Pentagon top leaders are now scrambling for ways to find new recruits to fill out the ranks of the all volunteer force, defense secretary Lloyd Austin and deputy secretary Kathleen hicks consider the shortfall is serious issue. Yeah, maybe you should have thought of that before you wanted to mandate an experimental gene therapy and kick out active duty personnel, which Republicans did nothing to oppose. This is a start of a long drought for military recruiting, said retired general Thomas spore of the heritage foundation. He said the military has had not such a hard time signing recruits since 1973. Quote, 2022 is the year we questioned the sustainability of the all volunteer force. Now that NBC News article continues and they say, oh, it's because of the psychological trauma quote they think they're going to be physically or emotionally broken after serving. That's not why. I'll tell you why it's happening. Two things. They don't want to take in a vaccine against their will, and they don't want to serve under this. Put that on screen. Rachel Levine and the new LGBTQIA+ regime in our military and also people want to enlist in a military that plays to win Afghanistan was a humiliation. From Lloyd Austin and Mark milley.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And North Korea has got a stern warning from the U.S. about any kind of nuclear test and Baxter's got more Yeah exactly right Paul This is a north in the past week is fired off a number of missiles and South Korea and the U.S. have answered in kind Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is in South Korea Any nuclear test would be in complete violation of UN Security Council resolutions There would be a swift and forceful response to such a test Now she did not elaborate on that response but did say it would destabilize world security of North Korea made the move Beijing is reporting out that it has not seen any new COVID-19 infections outside the quarantine areas It says that may mean the community transmission of the virus has been likely eliminated and also has issued an interesting question officials on the border of North Korea say that they can not figure out where persistent new COVID-19 infections originated on the China side And they fear that the virus could be blowing in the wind from North Korea Now not everyone of course is convinced saying it is unscientific to think that the virus could be spread over long distances and all of us have been told as well that it's much safer to be outside Hong Kong will not tighten COVID curves before the city's July firsthand over anniversary Chief executive Carrie lam saying that there is no need to tighten restrictions but also as well There is no need for any relaxation So with Boris Johnson's great escape yesterday he is quickly gotten back to work in a stirring the Brexit pot saying he plans to press ahead with legislation to override parts of the Brexit deal Most of it revolving around northern Northern Ireland's play Now Bloomberg's Therese Rafael in the UK says there are three outcomes the first being a negotiated deal with Brussels A negotiated settlement is obviously what the prime minister is looking for The other possibility however is that that legislation goes through We end up in a tick for chat trade war because the EU retaliates The power sharing arrangement in Northern Ireland breaks down completely It's already suspended And I guess the third scenario is that we end up in some kind of continual state of limbo And there is of course the question of whether Johnson can hang on to the office The longest record of survival after a confidence vote is Margaret Thatcher 6 months and one day So strap in This is the heaviest primary day in the U.S. before the general election November California leads the pack with the most districts and seats up It will test some cloud and redistricting and also a Donald Trump strength in some places So they are being held in Iowa Mississippi Montana New Jersey New Mexico South Dakota as well as California Hong Kong's police chief is warning views to avoid viewers to avoid a documentary about the region's social unrest South China morning post reporting exclusively that it could result in a violation of national security law U.S. senator Chris Murphy is telling president Joe Biden a compromise on gun safety is getting closer I'm encouraged by the discussions that we have had with Republicans over the course of the last week and a half Every day we get closer to an agreement not further away And House minority leader or I'm sorry and Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell is being very careful about commenting He's way too soon to start predicting how many are going to vote for it We don't have an agreement yet And so I don't want to speculate about how many of my members might support it Meanwhile McConnell says he personally would like to see some kind of outcome and The White House press briefing today was let off by actor Matthew McConaughey who spent early years in uvalde Texas You could feel the shock in town You could feel the pain The denial the disillusioned anger blamed sadness loss of life dreams halted Says he learned about gun safety and ivaldi In San Francisco Ahmed Baxter art back to Sydney and Paul All right thanks very much Ed We joined the soft out by Ben emmons managing director of global macro strategy at medley global advisers Ben always great to have you on I want to start with the yen one 32 74 against the greenback now This is the weakest we've seen in two decades So the bank of Japan very much an outlier now among developed world central banks how much more weakness do you see coming for the year in here Yeah I'm afraid we will probably going to go towards that one 35 level or maybe above because that's sort of let's say really long-term level where in the past there's been interventions that have happened there It sounds like that they're not willing to draw any lines neither at that one 30 level which we broke through now the size simply and probably not either I want 35 since you had until I guess it gets to extend it to sell off in the end with a really I think what they're looking at is that a weekend gives Japan finally the opportunity to say get rid of at least 20 years of deflationary expectations as energy prices go up again weaker it does drive up inflation expectations and there was a survey out that shows that Japan shorter expectations were at 3% already So I think this is why they're watching this Ultimately they will react to it but it will not be until you get even weaker levels in the end probably above one 35 in my view Yeah I mean it does the heavy lifting but the thing is they continuing with this policy of QE there There's no sign of the bank of Japan in any way shape or form actually doing anything about tightening monetary policy in the foreseeable future It's kind of like the Einstein definition of insanity If you keep on doing the same thing and hoping for a different result well that is that definition So tell me here Ben What happens after Because I mean again weakness may only be temporary Yeah that could be because there will be an anticipation that the banks will make a change at some point If you're getting into a situation that looks like the currencies in the crisis right And Japan doesn't have such a significant imbalance but it has some It is very reliant on energy imports right Which is of course going to create even more of a terms of trade shock if the currency only gets weaker So I think it's a function of they want to see this inflation rate stable at 2.2 and a half over the long term maybe to overshoes for period of time because of weekend and then they will start reconsidering that yogurt control at least as and then making maybe further steps from there But you can't continue forever And the currency marketable test is free floating currency It's the most actively traded currency So it's likely that you're going to see more short positioning build up as it's already happening Probably going to become quite substantial until at some point there will be a reaction by the bank of Japan Today's commencement yesterday I believe was all the same policy We want to see this inflation rate getting hit more consistently and therefore they're holding off resolve will be tested I think if in the short term though does this change the end status as a haven if you're looking for safety you wouldn't go there really would Would you go somewhere else Yes it had still has an estimate but it was definitely a safe haven example So now it's weakening consistently and obviously isn't people use it too as a vehicle to borrow yen and then put it into emerging markets and auto risky assets as well to carry trades I guess that's still somewhat going on This interest rate is still negative but it's definitely not a have so you have to look at alternatives Now treasuries are quite correlated with the ends because.
Ye Jianming, Biden's Partner, Had Ties to Chinese Communist Party
"Vuk jeremic a Serbian politician had recently served as president of the United Nations General Assembly But an email under the younger Biden that he was hosting a small private dinner in Washington with Yi whom he called one of the ten wealthiest Chinese businessmen and 100 to ten Hunter was unable to attend the dinner and Jeremy said in an email to the post that while he knew both men he was not involved in their mutual introduction and found out from media reports that the two would eventually connected Now this Chinese Communist Party company CFC is a massive oil and gas company founded in two zero zero two 2002 at financing from government development banks ties to the Communist Party of China and the People's Liberation Army according to people who studied the firm yeast official biography said he was once deputy secretary the China association for international friendly contact wow what a name An organization that a 2011 U.S. congressional report called a front for the People's Liberation Army Surely after Joe Biden left the vice president he Hunter Biden and Ye met over dinner in Miami The two discussed business opportunities for the communist Chinese company in the United States including a $40 million joint venture to produce liquefied natural gas in Louisiana That deal failed but yemin was so pleased with his initial meeting with Hunter Biden that after dinner he sent a 2.8 carat diamond a hundred Biden's hotel room with a card thanking him for the conversation according to The New Yorker
"deputy secretary" Discussed on WTOP
"Green talked about the budget and that support for Ukraine with deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen hicks First and foremost we linked our budget to our strategy We made sure that we first had a strategy and that is our national defense strategy and it stayed that China is the United States long-term pacing challenge for military items While Russia remains an acute threat as we're seeing play out today So what we did in our budget is invest in the defense of the American people in the American way of life harnessing the innovation and ingenuity we've built upon for generations in order to ensure we can prevent any threats that affect American interests from China Russia Iran North Korea and other actors You refer to China as we've heard so many times as the pacing challenge for the U.S. can you characterize that pace and how it's changed in recent years China has put a significant investment into its military capabilities and at the same time its activities in and around the western Pacific along its border with India and in the economic realm have demonstrated a significant interest and intent to challenge international norms and rules Again whether it relates to economics or territory their island building so called campaigns in the Pacific So when you see a combination of capability growth technology growth alongside that intent to use it it's definitely generates a strong understanding of what the Chinese want to be able to put at risk for the United States And of course we have Hawaii We have Guam in the Pacific We have commerce that has to traverse the region by water by air And all of that can be challenged by the Chinese if those investments and intent are left unchecked I want to ask you about this conflict that's taking place in Ukraine Can you give us a sense of where The Pentagon where it's willing to go to make sure this comes out right Well sure first I think it's really important to emphasize that Russia is alone responsible for this premeditated unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine And that its actions have united the world and just further isolated it Here in the United States and certainly from the Department of Defense we would welcome deescalation and transparency and in the meantime we're continuing alongside our allies to support the Ukrainian people who are fighting so courageously defending their country their democracy We have made numerous deliveries of equipment in support of Ukraine and the first deliveries on the $800 million package that President Biden announced on March 16th Those have already occurred and they're going to continue in coming days and weeks And that is Kathleen hicks She is the deputy Secretary of Defense talking to WTO's national security correspondent JJ green And still I had a money news Goodbye cigarettes at some walmarts 9 13 Virginia tech is connecting business with tech talent in the greater D.C. metro area Virginia tech has 8 locations more than 40° programs and a team dedicated to corporate partnerships Visit D.C. area dot VT dot EDU to learn more.
Deputy Secretary Sherman: We Have a United World Against Russia
"Went on with Brett bear on Sunday report on Fox News Sunday yesterday. Our first cut, please of Wendy Sherman. I hope that China is looking very carefully at what's happening. We have a united world with very grave and very consequential sanctions on Russia. We understand and support a one China policy. But we don't believe that China, PRC, to take Taiwan by force, and we will do everything we can to deter that effort by the PRC, and I think they're watching very closely. In fact, I think they made that statement Brett because they've seen what's happened and they're trying to go on the offense, knowing that they ought to be on the defense.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on WTOP
"As the war intensifies between Russia and Ukraine double DTP national security correspondent JJ green says this morning one of the biggest problems he sees is Russia's willingness to flout international laws and norms The central issue according to deputy Secretary of State Brian mckellen is using his words Vladimir Putin has aimed at dagger at the international system by invading a sovereign country and using force to change its borders which is the very first article of the UN charter President Putin has allowed to ignore that order and invade a neighboring country that in an unprovoked way that it has We're living in a different world that nation states will not want to inhabit It will lead to chaos not order And as evidence of Russia's refusal to respect other countries and people it's continuing to lay waste to Ukraine through military targeting of civilian areas including targeting a hospital for women and children in mariupol Pentagon press spokesman John Kirby was asked about the U.S. decision not to send fighter jets from Poland to Ukraine What did he have to say about that exactly Well he reiterated The Pentagon's reluctance to participate in the transaction and part of the reason is that The Pentagon doesn't feel as though giving these aircraft Ukraine would make much difference And the reason for that seems to be that they already have several squadrons of their own fighter jets and many of them are not flying presumably because they're concerned about them being shot down by Russian air defenses So The Pentagon believes adding these jets may not change the trajectory of the war.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on WTOP
"Timeline was set WTF national security correspondent JJ green is covering They agreed to meet again but that's all that they accomplished and just as deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman said the U.S. and its allies are not budging on Russia's unreasonable request that Ukraine not be admitted to NATO They realize that this is all been about Russia trying to set the table for something other than peace in the region The Kremlin is trying to present a case that keeping NATO out of its backyard is a smart move but how's that a smart move if Russia continues instigating and facilitating conflict in the region that could harm its neighbors and eventually threaten U.S. interests as well JJ there are more meetings scheduled for Russia and western leaders this week focusing on the tense situation in Ukraine what's their next step And is the outcome likely to be any different So they're going to be in Vienna and they're going to be meeting with the organization for security and cooperation in Europe Their job OSC's job is to maintain political military and economic security for about a billion people from 57 member states in Europe North American Asian Ukraine and Russia are members of this organization So this outcome won't be any different but here's the interesting thing This could trigger something for better or worse Ukraine's going to be at the same table and they're going to be an equal partner at this table So their voice could essentially stay in the Russian delegation and who knows what could happen after that So why then did Russian go through all this Well this is all been about Russia trying to set up its next move on the global chess board Vladimir Putin was always going to move on Ukraine These talks were the west was given an ultimatum that rushing knew would never work was designed to give The Crown on the opportunity to say we tried to get them to reason and they slammed the door in our face So we'll have to invade or attack Ukraine in some way But quickly hear the west can win this or at least get a win out of this instead of just playing defense playing some offense and put something on the table that Russia would immediately stop in its tracks from what it's doing but apparently that offering hasn't come up yet You'll see national security correspondent JJ green on the latest with the U.S. Russia.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on WTOP
"And just as deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman said the U.S. and its allies are not budging on Russia's unreasonable request that Ukraine not be admitted to NATO They realize that this is all been about Russia trying to set the table for something other than peace in the region The Kremlin is trying to present a case that keeping NATO out of its backyard is a smart move but how's that a smart move if Russia continues instigating and facilitating conflict in the region that could harm its neighbors and eventually threaten U.S. interest as well JJ there are more meetings scheduled for Russia and western leaders this week focusing on the tense situation in Ukraine What's their next step And is the outcome likely to be any different So they're going to be in Vienna and they're going to be meeting with the organization for security and cooperation in Europe Their job OSC's job is to maintain political military and economic security for about a billion people from 57 member states in Europe North American Asia Ukraine and Russia are members of this organization So this outcome won't be any different but here's the interesting thing This could trigger something for better or worse Ukraine's going to be at the same table and they're going to be an equal partner at this table So their voice could essentially sting the Russian delegation and who knows what could happen after that So why then did Russian go through all this Well this is all been about Russia trying to set up its next move on the global chess board Vladimir Putin was always going to move on Ukraine These talks were the west was given an ultimatum that Russia knew would never work was designed to give the Kremlin the opportunity to say we tried to get them to reason and they slam the door in our face So we'll have to invade or attack Ukraine in some way But quickly here the west can win this or at least get a win out of this instead of just playing the fence playing some offense and put something on the table that Russia.
U.S. and Russian diplomats meet in Geneva over Ukraine crisis
"Russian Russian deputy deputy foreign foreign minister minister Sergei Sergei we we have have a a cough cough and and his his delegation delegation arrive arrive on on the the Swiss Swiss police police escort escort at at the the US US diplomatic diplomatic mission mission in in Geneva Geneva the the face face to to face face talks talks with with Wendy Wendy Sherman Sherman deputy deputy secretary secretary of of state state on on her her team team the the meeting meeting is is part part of of the the strategic strategic security security dialogue dialogue talks talks on on arms arms control control and and all all the the broader broader issues issues such such as as Ukraine Ukraine launched launched by by president president Joe Joe Biden Biden Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin during during a a June June summit summit in in the the Swiss Swiss city city no no major major breakthrough breakthrough was was immediately immediately in in sight sight I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
As Russia and U.S. Debate Ukraine, Ukraine Would Like a Say
"Talks talks are are under under way way this this week week between between US US and and Russian Russian officials officials aimed aimed at at reducing reducing tensions tensions over over the the Russian Russian buildup buildup at at the the border border with with Ukraine Ukraine special special talks talks on on strategic strategic stability stability are are under under way way in in Geneva Geneva although although a a Russian Russian leader leader termed termed them them quote quote difficult difficult Russia's Russia's deputy deputy foreign foreign minister minister and and his his delegation delegation visited visited the the U. U. S. S. diplomatic diplomatic mission mission for for face face to to face face talks talks with with deputy deputy secretary secretary of of state state Wendy Wendy Sherman Sherman yesterday yesterday secretary secretary of of state state Antony Antony Blinken Blinken said said both both sides sides are are airing airing their their concerns concerns question question really really now now is is whether whether present present put put will will take take the the path path of of diplomacy diplomacy and and dialogue dialogue or or six six confrontation confrontation but but on on ABC's ABC's this this week week with with George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Lincoln Lincoln said said there there are are no no easy easy answers answers when when Russia Russia has has a a gun gun to to the the head head of of Ukraine Ukraine with with a a hundred hundred thousand thousand troops troops near near its its borders borders Moscow Moscow wants wants a a guarantee guarantee from from NATO NATO that that it it will will no no longer longer expand expand eastward eastward into into former former Soviet Soviet states states like like Ukraine Ukraine hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn talks talks are are under under way way this this week week between between US US and and Russian Russian officials officials aimed aimed at at reducing reducing tensions tensions over over the the Russian Russian buildup buildup at at the the border border with with Ukraine Ukraine special special
Bill and Hillary Clinton Thought They Would Never Get Caught
"Right I mean clearly the reason we're talking a Sarah card one because she's great A talented investigative reporter but secondly nobody knows more about this case than her I mean she knows more than I do I'm willingly succeed to see the gold medal to this era Here's what worries me about it You know I'm serious You know a lot But the clintons have successfully insulated themselves from prosecution throughout the years by playing this sergeant Schultz thing I don't know nothing I don't hear nothing I don't see nothing And they use these cutouts like strobe Talbot and Cody shear A Cody shear who is strobe Talbot's brother in law strobe Talbot being a known Clinton inner circle guy was Bill Clinton's deputy Secretary of State He was at brookings And Cody shears his brother in law Cody shear sour wrote this dossier that resembles this Steele dossier I believe yeah And you have Sydney blumenthal That's right Who was also involved in it also involved with Cody sheer and I remember breaking that story And I remember wondering whatever happened to Sydney blumenthal It's like they left him out You know there were so many people around Hillary Clinton and you're right down to describe them as cut out And I think you're being very humble because I think the people that listen to you know that you you have this down pat You have been investigating this from the beginning along with me and along with others and you've seen different angles of this case as well And one of those is being Cody here and this other dossier The involvement of the State Department in this with Jonathan winter Remember him Yeah we of course wanted on We could go on and on with all of these names It's almost as if you have to put one of those big diagrams up with all of the names and all of the connections And I think what is so brilliant about and I know you're going to say you're saying Hillary Clinton's brilliant I think Hillary and Bill Clinton were so adept at playing this political game They thought they were never going
Alejandro Mayorkas Struggles to Notice Kids in Cages
"Alejandro mayorkas is the secretary of Homeland Security In the course he doesn't believe in Homeland Security so there's an irony He was deputy secretary under Obama and he learned well under Obama His family Cuban immigrants but he doesn't seem to have learned a lot from them because Cuban immigrants are quite conservative They love this country At Ted Cruz put it to my orcas very very well and I'm going to let this play out without interrupting it It's about almost two minutes Cut one go How many children have been in the Biden cages and calendar year 2021 Senator I respectfully disagree with your use of the term cages Fun You can disagree with it How many children have been in the Biden cages I've been to the Biden cages I've seen the Biden cages How many children have you detained at the Donna tent facility in the cages you built told kids How many children have been in those cages A senator I can provide to you the following figure that when and let me say that when a child it's a simple question how many children have been in those cages I respectfully am not familiar with the term cages and to what you are referring There are enclosures in which they are locked in in which I took photographs and put them out because you blocked the press and didn't want people to see the Biden cages The secure facilities in which they are locked down in Donna that those facilities how many children have been in them Senators there are three types of facilities The Donna tent cages The Donna tent city Let's take the Donna facility How many children have been there That is a soft sided facility It is not Okay are you going to answer the question how many children have been in that facility I will have to circle back with you with the precise
Watch Live: Colin Powell's funeral held at Washington's National Cathedral
"Former diplomat Colin Powell will be remembered by family and friends at a funeral today at the Washington national cathedral Paul rose from humble beginnings to become the first black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and later served as the first black secretary of state he'll be eulogized by Madeleine Albright who preceded him as the nation's top diplomat Richard Armitage who was deputy secretary under pol and pol son Michael Powell died two and a half weeks ago of complications of Colbert nineteen at the age of eighty four he had been vaccinated against the corona virus but his family says his immune system had been compromised by multiple myeloma a blood cancer for which he had been undergoing treatment my
Biden Forgets About Stranded Americans in Afghanistan, Pivots Back to Race
"Because here I am reading the media today. The Americans still behind enemy lines. With tens of thousands of our Afghan allies Patriots behind enemy lines. The genocide goes on. I read this and PJ medium. After losing a war and straining Americans in Afghanistan. Biden's Pentagon pivots back to race. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Pentagon spokesman John Kirby. Just left an untold number of Americans straining in Afghanistan. A week ago today, 13 American Service members died in a terrorist attack at the Kabul airport. That happened because Austin and the generals left it surrounded by enemy forces. They had their eye off the ball of their main jobs. Protecting Americans and protecting our forces, writes Brian Preston. Reverted to taking their eye off the ball again. Tweet from John Kirby. From Deputy from Secretary from Deputy secretary defense Tonight, he says, quote racial disparities in the military justice system have been a problem for far too long. We know it and we're going to work hard to fix it. Sister site 20 reports. Kirby is getting raped for this. He
"deputy secretary" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"On investment writ large. So it's not just the investment electric vehicles. It's the it's everything that's president has had in his build back better agenda. It's making the country more resilient building for the jobs of the future making certain certain that that we are producing high quality. Jobs family sustaining jobs. The types of jobs that So many of our communities haven't had before because we can't go back to the way that we were before the pandemic that certainly didn't didn't work for the communities that that you and i have spent a lifetime focusing on we have to build more resilient inclusive economy and part of that is getting passed this This inference this infrastructure bill. We have to get the this bipartisan. Bill passed in the next hopefully in the next few days the largest investment in public transit. It's the largest in passenger rail so the largest investment in bridging bridges and highways since the construction of the interstate highway system. It's the largest investment. This is important is the largest investment in clean drinking water and wastewater infrastructure. Something that you and i know has been a massive problem in the african american community. Ten million homes right now with lead service lines and pipes so it's going to make certain that our kids who are in our homes and our schools have safe drinking water so all of those things need to be done. And i think they're getting done in just a matter of days more. Mvp ip after. This message is not a metaphor to say. This is where the rubber history road because actually we all can remember in the early days of the climate change movement When it wasn't call climate change it was called little warming We've come a long way because this now finally is the government of doing some of the things that we talked about those decades ago and it just shows the impact of the climate change movement And also the seriousness of the bad administration And how important your role is having been involved in these types of things in your life. This is where it really matters when you can actually go into government and do what's best for people in this regard rather than it having been ignored in frankly in the last administration they fought it. They were against it. So this is where the activism is may real in the that you. There's no question about it and that we all know that unless folks who actually understand the the lives understand the needs of the communities are in these positions. You're not gonna end up with the type of policy decisions and change. It's necessary we you talk about about climate and the environment and i think about how the climate crisis and extreme weather impacts the communities of color the you think about the.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"And the auto industry was a part of this announcement is well. They're they're standing in support of this correct. Absolutely no question about it. The the auto industry Is supportive of this. The domestic auto industry is actually made the commitment. They they They made the commitment Beginning of our administration building on what they had done during the obama administration to really focus on developing electric electric vehicles. Both autos and trucks and commercial vehicles. Because they know that's the future of their industry and they have to compete around the globe. It's not just here. It's around the globe so they've made that commitment and it's going to have a significant impact on all of our communities as well more 'em ip after this message remmy martin joins with international music star. Usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture koniak from blues to hip hop swing. Dancing to break dancing usher and ready. Martin traveled through the decades in france in the us honoring cultural figures both rooted in shared philosophy of aiming for the stars. See the film at team up for excellence. Dot com remmy. Martin koniak forty percent alcohol by volume imported by remy-cointreau usa. New york new york please drink responsibly. The bills caused fans to enter into manic states literally. They took acid by accident and change the course of popular music forever. As a result from amazon music season. Eight of disgrace land is here. So is the conclusion of the insane stories about john. Paul george and ringo graceland is an award winning music. True crime podcast but musicians getting away with murder and behave very badly bowed. Disgraced land on amazon music. So you don't miss fanny. True crime antics now only on amazon music. I believe i've already seen a statement by the united auto workers and let me mention. uaw party phil seattle. We all as. I'm sure you do Miss deputy secretary Lift up in our prayers. Remembrances president fail seattle fran. Richard trumka passed away. I am completely heartbroken. Over over his passing he is is one of the not just the leader of of the movement movement but he's one of the giants to to support a longtime tireless worker in sport Of the american worker and someone. I considered a friend. I worked with him significantly over the years So it is. It is a loss for certainly for for the family and we give our respects and condolences but it is a loss for the country. Yeah yeah and and lord knows. Richard continued in the tradition of the coalition and alliance between civil rights movement and labor movement. He helped to keep that alive during his tenure were so appreciative of that as well But as i was saying the president you a wwe was quoted as as as really bringing home saying if we are going to compete as a country of this is necessary moving toward electric vehicles and so ultimately missed the deputy secretary and it's also when we talk about jobs and obstruction economy. All of this goes together. Doesn't it you're you're exactly correct. In order for us to have a more competitive economy competitive nation we need to focus.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"Much like who was. Prince explores the life of prince and his influences remmy. Martin joins with international music star. Usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture and koniak see the film at team up for excellence. Dot com remmy. Martin koniak forty percent alcohol by volume imported by remy-cointreau usa. New york new york please drink responsibly. This is not mark dobson ladies making plane. During the obama administration he served as counselor domestic and economic policy director for then vice president by the also was appointed by president. Barack obama's executive director of the president's council on jobs and competitiveness it federal government's efforts in the economic recovery of the city of detroit. So these. Emily qualified talk about. We're gonna talk about today. I will also mention that during twenty twenty presidential campaign. Our guest served as executive just counselor to to president joe biden during the twenty twenty presidential campaign crowded that he was an executive vice president head of corporate responsibility and community relations at key bank. He is currently the nineteenth. Deputy secretary of commerce deputy secretary on graves. Joyce's don't make it plain welcome brother how are you. I'm great reverend..
China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings
"Fresh sanctions on a handful of US individuals. It's retaliation for sanctions the bite and administration imposed on Chinese officials last week. Over Beijing's crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong. Its latest attack comes just days before a visit to China by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and US China ties are already tense, though, as NPR's John Ruit reports there is no sign China's sanctions will derail the visit. Sanctions are the first imposed by China under a new law passed in June, which facilitates retaliation for foreign sanctions. Among those it hits a former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, and the China director at Human Rights Watch Sophie Richardson. For years, Beijing's responded to US sanctions and tariffs with tit for tat measures in Beijing's calculation, it had to respond to the US Bonnie Lynn, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says doing so before Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's trip makes sense would disappear better if it happened a couple days after Deputy Secretary Sherman's trip that she says might risk being interpreted as a signal that the meeting didn't go well. And Sherman will be the most senior U. S official to travel to China since President Biden took office. Relations are at their worst in decades. But there's speculation that the trip could start to lay the groundwork for a meeting sometime this year between Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. There is a desire to be able to showcase that the two world leaders can work together and part of that is being able to meet and discuss issues they agree on as well as those where they have differences, and I really hope As we see more of these incidents is on either side that they won't derail progress towards the usual meeting because both sides, she says, have significant incentives for Biden and she to meet sooner rather than later. John Ruijin
US and South Korea Say They'll Push North to Return to Nuke Talks
"Top US and south Korean officials have agreed to try to convince North Korea to return to talks on its nuclear program which Pyongyang has insisted it won't do in protest of what it calls U. S. hostility he was deputy secretary of state when the Sherman was in Seoul as part of a regional tour that will take it to China this weekend should be the highest ranking US official to visit China since president Joe Biden took office in January she has about south Korean for Mr Chong Yang for talks on North Korea the military alliance between Seoul and Washington and other regional issues transmissible the two decided to continue close consultations to get North Korea to return to talks I'm in Syria Shockley
"deputy secretary" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Npr news in washington. I'm jack speer. President biden speaking at a cnn townhall meeting in cincinnati tonight touched on issues including his one trillion dollar infrastructure improvement plan the us economy the opioid epidemic and the corona virus pandemic the president after urging people have not done so already to get vaccinated defended remarks he made about the spread of misinformation on social media by saying it's not the companies. He believes who bear the responsibility may have heard that. I was critical of some of the things that are on facebook. And it was i was attacking. Facebook wasn't attacking facebook. There was a report out saying that for that something like forty. Five percent of the overwhelming disinformation on facebook comes from twelve individuals. I said they're killing people. Those twelve individuals that misinformation is going to kill people. A joke bindra marks come at a time a new more contagious variant of the krono viruses caused kobe. Nineteen infections to triple in just the past several weeks an athlete on team. Usa tested positive for the krona virus. In japan embarrassed leyla follow reports. It comes as tokyo pushes ahead with the opening ceremony for the olympics on friday spokesperson for usa. Volleyball confirmed a member of team. Usa tested positive but gave no further details. It's been widely reported that the player is taylor crab beach volleyball player scheduled to compete on sunday. In may mean he'll be the first. Us athlete in japan to be knocked out of competition by the virus so far dozens of people connected to the games have tested positive for the corona virus including several athletes. Meanwhile infections have been on the rise in tokyo since june. Where there's a state of emergency many worry that the games will turn into a super spreader event despite the testing and restrictions in place. Layla faulted. npr news tokyo. W secretary of state. Wendy sherman will visit china early next week. The state department says the trip is part of an effort to explore how the us and china can manage their competitive relationship. More from npr's. John rich wendy. Sherman is the number two official in the state department. She'll meet with state councillor and foreign minister wong e as well as other officials in the city of tianjin state department spokesman ned price says the goal is to show the chinese. What responsible and healthy competition can look like competition. He says that the us welcomes but we also want to make sure that the playing field is level and importantly that competition doesn't veer into conflict. We wanna make sure that this is a relationship that has guardrails u s. China relations remain tense. The deputy secretary of state will be the most senior. Us official to visit china since president biden took office john rich. Npr news man from britain has been charged in the us in connection with a twitter. Hack last summer. Justice department says twenty two year old. Joseph o'connor was arrested in spain on a worn accusing him of involvement in the july. Twenty twenty hack. A wall street. The dow was up two hundred and eighty six points. This is npr us. Deputy secretary of state sherman has announced plans to visit china. This month trip coming the time. The world's two largest economies are seeking navigate an increasingly troubled relationship. A federal court has blocked an arkansas law that could have sent doctors to prison for performing most abortions in that state and pure serra mccamman reports. The law was set to take effect next week. The law passed by arkansas's republican controlled. Legislature and signed by republican governor as a hutchinson would have prohibited abortions in arkansas except for medical emergencies doctors violating it could have faced up to ten years in prison and a one hundred thousand dollar fine. It's part of a larger trend toward conservative leaning states passing abortion restrictions that are almost guaranteed to be blocked by federal courts. Abortion rights opponents are hoping to force a test of the nineteen seventy three roe. V wade supreme court decision. That legalized the procedure. Nationwide a federal court blocked the law in response to a lawsuit filed by the american civil liberties. Union sarah mccamman. Npr news so the gas and electric plans to bury ten thousand miles of its power lines. An effort to prevent it fraying grid from sparking additional western wildfires. The daunting project announced to bury roughly ten percent.
No. 2 US Diplomat Sherman to Visit China as Tensions Soar
"The blighted administration's number two diplomat will head to China this weekend as tensions between Washington and Beijing swore a relationship that was already badly strained has gotten worse the past two weeks as the US accuse China of a massive hack AM indicted for Chinese nationals there were also sharp differences over Taiwan Tibet Hong Kong and the South China Sea with all that as the backdrop deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman will visit China and meet with Beijing's top diplomat should be the highest ranking US official to go there since president Biden took office the state department say Sherman will also discuss the mutual interests like resuming North Korea nuclear talks Sager mag ani Washington
Talks on North Korea Nuclear Make Progress; Difficulties Remain
"Trilateral talks have made progress on the North Korea issue but tensions remain the US Japan and South Korea have reaffirmed their commitment to work together on north Korea's denuclearize shin and other regional threats but little progress was made in bringing closer together the two U. S. allies deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman has reaffirmed that there were lines remains a linchpin of peace security and prosperity in the region a key area is that the US and Japan or what about China's claims to contested areas in the south and east China seas the south Koreans stayed away from the China issue at a joint news conference while stressing the importance of maintaining dialogue with North Korea I'm Charles Taylor this month
Report: Money key to reverse pandemic losses for poor
"Eight and economy agencies according full immediate financing to help with developing countries with in hopes that peak coronavirus has passed more than sixty international agencies say the financing will help nations gets back on track after the coup bid nineteen pandemic let it to widening inequalities the worst recession in ninety years around an estimated one hundred twenty million people pushed into extreme poverty United Nations deputy secretary general Amina Mohammed says the message is clear on stock could be nineteen has led to an even more sharply unequal world that's leaving millions of people behind and without immediate action on financing you in developing goals for twenty thirty our risk I'm Charles through this month
New vaccination site opens at Angel of the Winds Arena in Seattle area
"On covert vaccines. The angel of the winds Arena in Everett is now open as a mass vaccination site, Department of Emergency Management director Jason Bierman says you will need to make an appointment will be using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Esso. We're excited that this will be certainly the firms in the county and we believe perhaps the first in the state that will actually be rolling out Use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The first batch of the vaccine arrived in Washington State. Just this week I broke radio stone cold Jenny. X has more. Unlike Fizer and Madonna, the Johnson and Johnson vaccines don't need to be frozen. That makes them ideal for places that have had trouble keeping dose is very cold. We're sending most of R J and Jay doses to county where their allocations were a bit lower in the past. Lacy Fair and got the deputy secretary for the state's Coben 19 response says. We got about 61,000 Johnson and Johnson doses from the feds this week, but that's all we'll get for the next three weeks. After that shipment should start up again
"deputy secretary" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Well, you know, I want to visit my mother, but I can't visit Mathilde, who's living in her home. God bless her. Uh Mrs Levine, who has made the deputy secretary of health and human services that the one who removed what was that the state of Ohio where she was health commissioner. She removed her 95 year old mother the day before she gave a similar order. In Ohio and the same way that I believe firmly that if Matilde when they're nursing home, no covert patients would have been sent to nursing homes. That's true. That's true. We just suffered a horrible loss in our family. Mr B 98 years old. Luckily, he was at home always being kid for By my mother and war on and just getting that TLC from his family, which made all the difference in the world between imagine being in with your own family being kid for you in your last remaining days. But not even being able to reach out or deal with your family members. I've seen elderly people. You know how it is, Jeffrey. They don't know where they are They need they need a friendly face somebody they melt. They probably a suffering such trump. My mother is among the fortunate that is very much with it. She's very much with it, and she deserves. In that level of consciousness to still live a few good days of life. Her life should not end this way and then imprisonment And I'm saying, Please Curtis through all Europe through you to all your listeners. Demand we will sign waivers. To get our family members to be allowed to leave for a day for a for a lunch. When dining is open or to or to the house or to a seder, we will sign waivers that double vaccinated will take it upon ourselves, have a little mercy. Have a little compassion for people in the last days of their life. This is how they should die. They should die and after depression, this is is risky toe on elderly person As cove. It is If they're psychologically damaged there, through the will of the will to live is gone. You cannot overcome even a common cold, which could lead to pneumonia. You need to have the stamina which comes from the spirit. Let us sign waivers and open these nursing homes. The ones where the people have been vaccinated. There is no reason to hold them hostage any longer. You make every point in terms of common sense they can be applied to this situation. And yet you've known Cuomo over the years you were in Queens. He grew up. He made his political bones there as campaign manager for his father when he was running for governor. What do you think it is about Cuomo psyche that he has lost all of his His concern is sensibility about the elderly. Look, you know, obviously have Ah, bit of prejudice. You're having worked for George Pataki, who is one of the most decent people I think who have ever served in public life anywhere. But having said that, uh I don't think you can compare even if you didn't like his philosophy because he was a liberal night was a conservative Mario Cuomo to his son. His son believes he's the smartest, his father. He's just more arrogant. Even more arrogant and it's his way or the highway is unknown Bully. And, uh, he's just not. He's just not a person who analyzes. I mean the idea. I don't need to repeat what everybody's read but the absurdity of taking a victory lap. With a book with an Emmy Award. What kind of craziness is this? What kind of insanity is is? It's like it's all Williams. That's the way our elderly are being treated in the state of New York is Orwellian. There's no other word to describe it. Now the name of your mother again, Jeffrey. Her name is Hana Hana Hana, in honor of Hana and everyone else like Hana Mana woman who is imprisoned. These long term care facilities in New York state, not able to see family or friends and wondering, you know what's going on around them. I want to pick up This mission. I was at these nursing homes when they were first locked down and I was threatened with arrest because I was going inside and I would actually see some of the elderly being taken out. On put into the Hearst for whatever preparation that they needed to be properly buried, but to pick up this mission To allow people like yourself Jeffrey and other family members and friends to sign waivers so that as we approach we approach the holidays, Passover and Easter That families can be reunited. This This seems to me that be the most reasonable, just reasonable request. And yet you haven't gotten any response to what? It all almost no, no, none whatsoever The word from from these nursing home and I know people who have their parents and other homes other than my mother's, and they're all told the same thing. This is a case where the state itself knows that they've made grievous errors and they want to overcompensate and with an R family members of the victims of that overcompensation so that they do not soil their reputations any further. You know, I'm going to get together with my colleagues, and that includes, uh Rabbi Joe Potasnik who connected me to your story. Even though I've known you for years, I was completely unaware of this. We'll see if we could put together a mission here at WNBC, where we get all the shows to really pressure the government. The healthcare in charge, sucker, the Governor Cuomo and all the entities to do exactly as you requested. So frightened again Family member. We're not saying that people haven't been vaccinated should be removed, but if they received their second dose Family members should be able to sign a waiver for their welfare to take them out for a day. Make so much common sense, Jeffrey, I promise you my word is my bond. I know you've always been that way. I appreciate God bless. You all know we will push this forward because I had no idea. Vaccinations. Hana survived the Holocaust camps. Then wanted to do. Aaliyah, Israel. The birth of a new nation imprisoned by the Brits and Cyprus. Like so many other Jews fleeing Europe at the time to come to this thing place finally, where they could have peace of mind. She survives all that. Only to be kept in a prison. In a New York state Long term health care facility. Because of Angela..
"deputy secretary" Discussed on WTOP
"Mayorkas. He's the president, not the president's nominee to leave that. Urban of Homeland Security. That vote was expected later today, but it's now been moved to tomorrow. The orcas was a deputy secretary a DHS during the Obama administration tomorrow. The Senate will also hold a confirmation vote on the nomination of Pete Buddha's judge to leave the Transportation Department. Well a minute before the clock flashes Midnight, Americans will have a new mask mandate on public transportation. CBS News Travel editor Peter Greenberg on what that means for you. The new Mask rules go into effect at 11 59 PM this evening and all passengers with the exception of those under two years of age or with a verified disability will be required to wear masks on Busses, ferries, rideshare vehicles, subways, trains and on all airline flights. Until now, anyone who refused to wear a mask on a flight risk being taken off that flight and, in some cases banned from future flights on that airline. Now, a refusal to wear a mask violates a federal rule. And that could result in arrest. A stiff fine or both. Flight attendants have welcomed the new rule because they're now no longer in the awkward position of being sky cops. They will now be backed up on enforcement by the T. Essa and other federal agencies. Review of the Honor code and one of the nation's military academies is underway. Following a scandal. The Air Force Academy expelled almost 250 students for using the Internet to cheat on tests and plagiarizing assignments. The infractions happened last March is the school was shifting to distance learning as the Corona virus pandemic was amping up. A review committee is now looking at the school's honor code to see how it could be improved. Scandal comes the military academies or seeing increases and other issues like sexual assault on campus. Scott Mosconi federal news Network. Coming up next in money news. A Monday rally for the markets. These east ties to the history of toys R Us. I'm Jeff label 1 54 Way made us a insurance for members like Martin. Veteran made of conviction. He believes if you're going to do something, you should do it right, like measuring twice and cutting once so when a hailstorm in his house and his car Yusa reached out to him before he could even inspect the damage, Martin said. That's how you do it right. His roof and.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"State health leaders are explaining why some people who are not currently eligible to get a covert 19 vaccine dose could still get one. It comes afterward. Bucks executive Alex last We received a dose this week, claiming a senior living facility would throw it out if he didn't take it. Health Department Deputy Secretary Julie will hand Van Dyke says. These situations will arise. Given the short timeframe. Vaccines are effective once removed from a freezer, get the vaccine and arms and there is no way we can police every single vaccine. It is put in an arm at the end of the day, Governor Evers claims these situations are not the norm. It's gonna be a percentage of a percentage of a percentage. Then Dyke adds. Those giving out the vaccine will stop receiving doses if they do not give them to eligible groups first. But hearing vaccine instances like last three is getting frustrating for some people carry Ngan Brent, who was trying to get her 19 year old son with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the vaccine. Tells TMJ four knees better planning is needed to handle instances where extra doses are available. You can strongly suggest you can have Set of standards. You can have an outline for how it used to be done. Megan Brent, and she doesn't blame last three for getting a dose when he had the opportunity to get one A 20 year old man is facing a number of drug related charges after around $40,000 worth of drugs were found in a receipt home Wednesday, the sheriff's office says items found included over £7 of marijuana, assorted marijuana edibles in Vape cartridges and mushrooms. They were assisted by the Postal inspection service during their search. WTMJ forecast Mostly cloudy skies tonight lows around 24 mostly sunny and breezy for your Saturday highs around 34 Snow moves in by this evening, and it's six o'clock. Winter storm warning goes.
Senate confirms Antony Blinken as secretary of state
"Less than its signing off on the president's nominee for secretary of state President Biden's choice for top diplomat, One bipartisan support Antony Blinken has been confirmed Secretary of State by the Senate with a 78 22 vote. Blinking is a veteran of the State Department, previously serving his deputy secretary of state and deputy National security advisor during the Obama administration. President Biden plans to re orient U. S foreign policy already rejoining the Paris climate accord and signaling an openness to re engaging with Iran in the international nuclear deal. The Senate's Homeland Security Committee also advanced Alejandro Mayorkas, his nomination to lead the Department of Homeland Security. Setting up a full Senate
"deputy secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"News and Amazon, Alexa. As President. Trump gets ready to leave Washington is impeachment trial still lose it? The Senate after the deadly attack of the capital earlier this month, mob was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell. We don't know yet when the trial might start or harmony in the GOP might side with Democrats to convict the ven former president and perhaps bar him from running again. The Senate will be split 50 50 Today. Three Democrats will be sworn in Jonah soften Raphael Warnock from Georgia. Alex Padilla, California's secretary of state, appointed to replace incoming vice president Kamila Harris, five potential Biden Cabinet members that Senate confirmation hearings yesterday, including the nominees for Secretary of Defense, Homeland Security and Treasury and state Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken says if confirmed, he will prioritize reinvigorating the department and investing in the diplomats and civil service staff serving abroad. Recruiting Retaining, promoting officers with the skills to contend with 21st century challenges and who looked like the country. We represent blinking is a State department veterans serving his deputy secretary of state during the Obama administration and the national security adviser to President elect Biden. The Senate could begin voting on confirmations later this week or next week on Capitol Hill. Chaired Halpern. Fox News former Fed chair Janet Yellen at her confirmation to head the Treasury Department.
"deputy secretary" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"News and Amazon, Alexa as President. Trump gets ready to leave Washington His impeachment trials still lose it the Senate after the deadly attack of the capital earlier this month, the mob was fed Lodge. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell. We don't know yet when the trial might start or harmony in the GOP might side with Democrats to convict the ven former president and perhaps bar him from running again. Said. It will be split 50 50 Today. Three Democrats will be sworn in John all softened Raphael Warnock from Georgia. Alex Padilla, California's secretary of state, appointed to replace incoming vice president Kamila Harris, five potential Biden Cabinet members that Senate confirmation hearings yesterday, including the nominees for Secretary of Defense, Homeland Security and Treasury and states, Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken says if confirmed, he will prioritize reinvigorating the department and investing in the diplomats and civil service staff serving abroad. Recruiting Retaining, promoting officers with the skills to contend with 21st century challenges. And who looked like the country. We represent blinking is a State department veterans serving his deputy secretary of state during the Obama administration in the national security adviser to President elect Biden. The Senate could begin voting on confirmations later this week or next week. On Capitol Hill chaired Halpern. Fox News. Former Fed chair Janet Yellen at her confirmation to head the Treasury Department urged Congress to approve more covert financial aid that for direction We risk a longer, more painful recession now. And longer truth scoring of the economy. Later, President elect Biden has already proposed nearly $2 trillion package, including another 1400 bucks. For most Americans on Wall Street. Stock futures.
Senate holds confirmation hearing for Biden's picks
"Biden is going to nominate. Dr rachel levine as assistant. Us health secretary she has led pennsylvania's response to the pandemic and is a professor of pediatrics. And psychiatry at penn state levin is also openly transgender several biden nominees will have confirmation hearings today including his choices to lead the department of treasury defense homeland security and the director of national intelligence. And npr's michele keleman reports the senate foreign relations committee meets to consider the nominee for secretary of state. Tony blinken a former. Deputy secretary of state blinken goes way back with biden. He was a staffer on the senate foreign relations committee. When biden was chairman. And he says he wants to help the new administration restore america's place in the world because america at its best still has a greater ability than any other country on earth to bring others together to meet the challenges of our time. And that's where the men and women of the state department foreign service officers civil servants. That's where they come in. Lincoln is a french speaker who went to high school in paris. His father was an ambassador to hungary and his stepfather was a holocaust survivor who was rescued by african american. Gi michele
"deputy secretary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Screaming now on a rap on radio dot com. Welcome back to the show. Just doing a quick hunk here on Koh bit. I've ERM act in which we talked about yesterday's program with the deputy secretary of HHS, another study out and I ever met. And this is the anti headlights drug, anti parasitic drug. Another drug that exists that is showing promise in Treating covert 19 patients who have mild to moderate cases. There is a study out of Nigeria that suggests that there is efficacy with respect to the use of this is a therapeutic now. This study has not been peer review yet, but it is another study. In addition to previous ones, including that we talked about yesterday that show promise here and so again thinking about vaccinations vaccine out there and we don't talk about therapeutics anymore because we had the vaccine and so on and so forth again. The distribution and the implementation as we're seeing may take a lot longer than was initially projected by the government, unsurprisingly And so let's also continue to follow the science and have discussions with our doctors about therapeutics that could treat in addition to that, you know again, the vaccine is not without some risk Two individuals that have particular medical profiles, and you're going to have cases like this case out of Miami, where a 56 year old otherwise healthy doctor Died and his wife in the lengthy Facebook post this week believes that it was the visor vaccine that triggered a reaction, negative reaction and Dr Gregory Michael's system that ultimately led to his death. He received the Corona virus vaccine on December 18th experience side effects. Just days later, according to his wife, he was an obstetrician at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach. Fizer is doing a death investigation. They're saying it's not clear to them fact they don't believe that the vaccine was the proximate cause of his death. But he had a highly unusual case that developed shortly after taking the vaccine. Of a condition that decreases the body's ability to clot blood and stop internal bleeding. His platelet count went went to zero well, where normal platelet count ranges from 600,000 platelets, per micro liter of blood and just reading from the coverage here in the science. And then went on to explain his wife did that, despite the widespread care for her husband, his platelet count never increased. And she suggested that her husband was pro vaccine, and she just wants urge. People understand that there's there are side effects that could arise from the shots for some people. Quote. It's not good for everyone, and in this case destroyed a beautiful life, a perfect family, and it's affected. So many people in the community do not let his death be in vain. Please save more lives. By making this information news. She implored the press and now it is becoming news. And I don't want to overstate it. And this doesn't suggest that people should stop taking the vaccines, although it may explain why, as we talked about al experience and earlier in the week He's not so happy to take the vaccine himself, and certainly not to administer to his Children, because, of course, the risk, particularly to his kids is infinite testable. Called of actually being infected. So I'm not going to hike this case the way that the media hypes every cove it infection or every anomalous Cove in case distinguished the standards here it is worth reporting. It's part of the contacts. Let's be open and honest and talk through these things, so people make informed risk assessments. Yeah, and associated with the choices they ultimately make with respect to living Generally and taking the vaccine. Specifically, this'll is a damn profit. Shaw. Everybody..