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"director president" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Com Station Former president will face a Senate trial on Lisa Brady Fox News, the House speaker sticking with that plan, even as some Republicans urged the new president to step in to avoid further dividing the nation. Boxes. Jared Helper in his live on Capitol Hill. A timeline for an impeachment trial in the US Senate is still uncertain. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House is ready to send over an article of impeachment against president former President Trump soon. I don't think it's very unifying to say Let's just forget it and move on. That's not how you unify. Trump was impeached last week for incitement of insurrection related to the violent breach of the U. S Capitol. Timing in the Senate could depend on the power sharing agreement still being negotiated by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. And minority leader Mitch McConnell to set up procedures for a 50 50 divided chamber. Lisa Thanks Jared. In the meantime, the Senate is working on the new Cabinet Transportation secretary nominee Pete Buddha judge winning praise for Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker for his experience at the local level is the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana will bring a valuable perspective. The Department of Transportation regarding the transportation, infrastructure needs and challenges of towns and cities throughout our country. Later today, the House could vote on a waiver that's needed for retired general Lloyd Austin to be considered for defense secretary. Meantime, Fox News confirming that President Biden plans to keep Christopher Wray as FBI director. President starting his day with a prayer service in Washington National Cathedral.
Trump says his term is ending, transition will be orderly
"President trump promises a peaceful transition in a statement posted on Twitter by his social media director president trump says there will be an orderly transition on January twentieth even though he says he totally disagrees with the outcome of the election the statement was issued early this morning shortly after Congress certified president elect Joe Biden's victory trump's personal Twitter account has been locked by the social media company for posting messages that appear to justify Wednesday's assault on the capital by trump supporters lawmakers were forced into hiding in the congressional tally was halted for more than six hours Mike Hampton Washington
Trump Nominates Chad Wolf To Be Homeland Security Chief
"President Trump plans to nominate acting homeland security chief Chad Wolf to take on the role full time rewarding and advocate for Trump Administration policy, whose leadership is challenged on legal grounds. The Department of Homeland Security has gone for more than a year without a Senate confirmed director President. Trump's decision to officially nominate Chad Wolf comes less than two weeks after the Government Accountability Office said that Wolf was improperly appointed as acting secretary and therefore ineligible to continue to serve in that position. Department of Homeland Security, dismissed the agency's findings as baseless and baffling and accused the body of partisan motivations. The president must still formally send Wolf's nomination to the Senate, and it's unclear when he would receive a confirmation hearing.
"director president" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Well once again I'm bits Berg's on the map to him at this time because the son of the Penn hills school board director president the Penn hills school board that self Akio I guess he said something about chaining himself to the White House fence now his intent was pure his intent was to call attention to the financial plight of the Penn hills school district I'm not sure that that worked but I'm curious what you think and weigh in on that for me if you will especially if you live in that house where my Penn hills people does the the ones that I want to hear about because this is your school district this is in your school district so you're the ones that probably have the biggest stake in this and you're also the ones that privately you know is filled Vecchio a reflection of your your school district I don't know eight six sixteen and one ten twenty we've been talking about the fourth of July as well and you know one of the things I had a problem with was the president that politicizing this event in Washington DC got a couple of emails I want to share with you one is regarding her son combat veteran and has PTSD he's been getting wonderful treatment for his PTSD at the VA hospital and he's now able to view fireworks displays without freaking out when he first returned from Afghanistan he would put on noise cancelling headphones and hide in the basement and play video games during fire works so these are real people real stories of people who are living with the aftermath of their experience as veterans and many of them feel like the president is belittling them in this spectacle that's happening tomorrow we're gonna keep the phone lines open so way in eight six six three nine one ten twenty I would love to talk to you it's time for from the chief in Lugano law firm studio doing good by doing right this is KDKA radio seventy six an overcast eleven thirty I'm Paul Rasmussen the president says his administration.
Lab revokes honors for controversial DNA scientist Watson
"On race the cold spring harbor laboratory says it stripping former director president and chancellor. James Watson of his honors after comments. He made a new PBS documentary American masters. Decoding Watson ninety Ninety-year-old Watson had already been fired from the lab in two thousand seven for claiming the black people are less intelligent comments. He retracted and apologized for in the new film Watson says his opinion on race. And intelligence haven't changed and the blacks on average are less intelligent than whites. Because of genetics laboratory says Watson's remarks reprehensible unsupported by science and a reversal of
"director president" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"K S T. NBC News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter. The former FBI director President Trump fired is calling on voters to hand Trump's twenty twenty opponent a landslide victory James Comey album bag Democrats last night to set aside their policy differences and nominate the person with the best chance so defeating Trump two years from now, but he says he doesn't want Trump to be impeached. Hope Donald Trump is not removed from office by impeachment because. The country off the hook and it would drive into the fabric of our nation. A third of the people believing. There was a coup. Comey spoke to an audience at New York City's ninety second street y last night, he frequently criticised Trump's character said the atmosphere around the president is like what he saw when he prosecuted mom figures and the president is blasting the media's he interviews possible replacements for chief of staff. John Kelly Trump slammed the media for reporting. Vice President Mike Pence says chief of staff Nick Ayers was the leading candidate airs bowed out over the weekend. Saying he and his wife and their young children will return to Georgia at the end of the year. Four people are dead and thousands are without power because of a huge winter storm sweeping across the southeast parts of North Carolina Virginia gotten a foot and a half of snow. Nearly a foot has fallen in South Carolina and Tennessee NBC news correspondent Tammy lighter has more from Greensboro, South Carolina. It is covered with snow and the town is essentially shut down. All of the restaurants are closed all of the businesses are closed. There's very few cars out on the road. And it's not just Greensboro. This storm is sweeping across the south. She says almost two thousand departing flights have been canceled. GM workers are planning a large protests in the automakers restructuring plans to close fight plans to lay off as many as fifteen thousand workers lawmakers and Lansing in Washington. DC are also trying to pressure GM to rethink the decision. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio..
Syria rebels agree to surrender frontier with Israel
"Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Lakshmi Singh while the Trump administration considers new tariffs on imported automobiles and auto. Parts a new analysis shows the tariffs could cost the US economy as many as, two seven hundred thousand. Jobs NPR's doesn't wire has. Details the analysis comes from the center for automotive research and the national Automobile Dealers. Association it looks at six possible scenarios for either new tariffs on automobile imports or quotas that would limit. Imports Chris g check of the center for automotive research is one of the report's. Authors there is no scenario, with whereas drowsy increase the most dramatic scenario in the analysis considers a possible twenty five percent tariff on all. Vehicle imports g check. Says in that, case the US would lose an estimated seven hundred fourteen thousand jobs in the first year and wire NPR, news Grand, Rapids Michigan Republicans on the house intelligence committee are rejecting the latest effort to subpoena the interpreter who was present when President Trump. Met one on. One with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Finland Asiago the ranking democrat on. That committee Adam Schiff says lawmakers need to hear from arena grow saying she is, the only person who. Can shed light on what. Trump may or may not have committed the United States to given his controversial performance. At the summit this is an extraordinary circumstance in which the president did not want his national security adviser. John Bolton president did not want his director president or his secretary of state President. Trump through bipartisan rebukes upon, his return home from the summit for not confronting Putin on the annexation of Crimea the downing of Malaysia airliner. And interfering with the. Two thousand sixteen, US presidential election in Syria President Bush are all Assad's forces have reached yet another agreement with rebels in, the south, western Part of the country to retake more territory this. Time near the Israeli occupied Golan Heights NPR's Lama Latvian has the latest the high valley. Elk Nitra, is a strategic area along the border with Israeli occupied Golan Heights. And in the Syrian civil war it's been a rebel stronghold for years but recently forces loyal to President Bush shouted, said have succeeded in pushing out rebels in all but a few pockets in the country south. West Syrian state media and monitoring groups report a deal has been reached for complete opposition surrender Rebels have agreed to hand. Over medium and heavy weapons and if they wished to save their homes than they, must accept a return essays rule those. Who reject this will be sent on buses, to it live one of the last rebel strongholds left near the Turkish border the United Nations says more than one. Hundred sixty thousand people remain displaced and echinacea lamela NPR news Cairo, at, last check on Wall Street the Dow was down one hundred fifteen points at twenty five thousand eighty three this is NPR new and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Julianne Welby officials say it, could take days to clean up from this morning steam pipe explosion in Manhattan's flatiron district if. Tests confirm asbestos was released as. Suspected they're urging anyone who is in, the vicinity of Fifth Avenue and, twenty first street, to shower and bagged their clothes they say, five people were injured and twenty eight, buildings were evacuated Andrew Glasser lives a block away and he wasn't sure when he'd be able to To return home. I just want to get back into my apartment and. Make sure everything's okay I mean I took my grandfather's. Medication for the next two days with me just in case just God forbid something happens, we don't know how long we're going to be outside of, our. Apartment for the cause of the explosion is still under investigation. For the first time New York state has ruled that some Uber drivers could be considered employees people, who drive for ride hailing services.
"director president" Discussed on WLOB
"The push of the button nothing runs like family and nothing runs like a deer visit your local john deere dealer to test drive today statewide tribute in texas to the victims of the high school shooting in santa fe this morning a moment of silence and it was very powerful it was held across the state of texas as ordered by governor greg abbott it started at ten o'clock local time all over people stopped what they were doing in other schools at businesses pausing to honor the memory of those ten lives cut short on this campus last friday during first period art class and now they're are preparing to berry eight of their classmates and teachers casey seagull the seventeen year old suspect remains held without bail on capital murder charges the family of a twenty five year old man who died in police custody in california has hired an attorney the lapd set a prowler they arrested a couple of weeks ago died after they used a taser and beanbag rounds on him that when they encountered jose shabas he got agitated and they use the nonlethal force to subdue him the family hired attorney luis korea who said chavez had no weapon and if he seemed agitated police should have called in a mental health evaluation teams certainly the police crews different foods literature to deescalate to be fused so they didn't have to use the model that they did while the lapd a prowler korea says he was doing some work at a nearby house and had gone back to get his backpack jessica rosenthal fox news history made is the new cia chief is sworn in every cia officer has taken the same oath that i just did to support and defend the constitution against all enemies and today i recommit that i will do everything in my power to justify the faith that president trump and the american people have placed in us two and a half bull is the first woman to be cia director president trump making the trip to langley cia headquarters for today's swearing in lisa brady fox news radio wwl ob fm and am next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmd w temperatures falling back.
"director president" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Just big ovation from the gallery there at the headquarters in langley let's listen and continuing the swearing in ceremony of gina hash bull new cia director big big victory of course for the trump administration that was that's what we were waiting they love you they respect you they respect you to a native of ashland kentucky gina's father served in the us air force she spent much of her child at overseas from a young age she was instilled with a deep love of our country which combined with a thirst for adventure that led her to the cia throughout her story career this agency gina has truly done at all she's completed seven field tour served as a case officer recruited assets run stations captured terrorists and disrupted networks that proliferate deadly weapons they send those weapons all over and you catch him well what a big day the first woman ever nominated the first woman ever to serve in the capacity of c i a director president trump congratulating her say no one is more qualified it was a pretty tough nomination process over the issue of waterboarding but she's in big victory for the trump administration and look at that we got one we're up to eight hundred and thirty six kids sponsored to go to summer camp mike online dot com click.
"director president" Discussed on WLOB
"Big ovation from the gallery there at the headquarters in langley let's listen in continuing the swearing in ceremony of gina hostile new cia director big big victory of course for the trump administration that was that's what we were waiting they love you the respect you a respect you to a native of ashland kentucky gina's father served in the us air force she spent much of her childhood overseas from a young age she was instilled with a deep love of our country which combined with a thirst for adventure that led her to the cia throughout her storied career this agency gina has truly done at all she's completed seven field tours served as a case officer recruited assets run stations captured terrorists and disrupted networks that proliferate deadly weapons they send those weapons all over and you catch him well what a big day the first woman ever nominated the first woman ever to serve in the capacity of c i a director president trump congratulating her say no one is more qualified it was a pretty tough nomination process over the issue of waterboarding but she's in big victory for the trump administration and look at that we got one rupt eight hundred and thirty six kids sponsored to go to summer camp mike online dot com click the angel tree banner at.
Republicans sign letter saying Trump should win Nobel Peace Prize
"Plan late night debates on the budget package and the hope is for passage late tonight i'm tim mcguire a group of house republicans is pushing president trump for the nobel peace prize because of his work to ease nuclear tensions with north korea ap washington correspondent saga megani reports from the white house eighteen republicans have signed a letter to the norwegian nobel committee saying the president's peace through strength policies are working and bringing the regime to the negotiating table a meeting between the president and kim jong and could be announced this week south korea's leader had earlier mentioned the peace prize as a possibility saying trump could have the prize if the korea's could have the piece president moon was very nice one as suggested i wanna i wanna get peace indiana congressman luke messer unveiled the letter on twitter he's running for a senate seat while several others who signed it are running to become senators or governors saga megani at the white house the obama foundation says it's partnering with the city of chicago to include a public library branch at the yet to be built obama presidential center chicago public library board of directors president lyndon johnson says it's a big deal the first time in our nation's history a public library will be included in a presidential center johnson says the libraries more than a place to put books there are shared spaces and community gathering places there are theaters and art museums are job training and citizenship centers the facility must be approved by the chicago city council along with funding for everything from staffing and books technology.
"director president" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"News that's the website republicans have put up in response to james comey's new book the fbi director president trump fired is firing back fox's rachel sutherland live in washington dave ex action comey's tell all book a higher loyalty are rolling out ahead of next week to release in it he compares president trump to a mob boss who's untethered to the truth he also says the president sought to blur the line between law enforcement and politics and tried to pressure him on the russia probe the book also reveals new details about his decision making in handling the hilary clinton email vested gatien before the two thousand sixteen election president trump fired combing this called him a liar dave rachel there's a hearing today in court in new york on the fbi raids targeting the president's personal lawyer michael cohen this week the president called that at attack on our country president trump still mulling his options on a military strike in syria defense secretary mattis told a house hearing notices been made yet but added something or simply inexcusable beyond the pale referring to last weekend's poison gas attack and international chemical weapons inspection team arrives today to start investigating where reportedly happened meanwhile syria and russia denying russia has requested another emergency meeting at the united nations on the crisis the secretary general of the un has written the security council saying that he urges all countries to act responsibly during these dangerous circumstances fox's david lee miller and our middle east bureau they're in mourning in massachusetts or a police officer in yarmouth was gunned down yesterday officer gannon and his police dog niro were part of a team of officers serving probation warrant authorities say the subject of that warrant twenty nine year old thomas latino which shot gannon in the head as to daniel fox twentyfive tv says latina which later surrendered after a standoff with police here's one hundred eleven prior criminal offenses now charged with murder fox news fair and balanced addison here's a look at the roads.
"director president" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Hold bobby and jay or thing where he becomes a good guy and you know meet some becomes the bad guy dan i don't know we him do we can do a twist like that but it's just we know it's going to happen he gives a speech every age group joe view presidential and then he tweets something horrific the next day and we're back where we were at the beginning of the season one in it's boring and people turn on tv sets hopefully and speaking of getting old and other of a 22yearold today really it amazing i can tell you none of this decision was made by that of the white house in any specifics i would refer you to the fbi who i believe will be making a statement later today that the house was not involved in the decision clearly the president seemed to be involved in the public relations gifts oh look at the president stands by his previous comments the president did not play a role in the under mccain's that beyond yes i didn't say the president was a part of this decisionmaking process and we would refer you to the fbi where christopher ray serbs is the director press secretary sarah huckabee sanders said yesterday at the white house was not involved in fbi deputy director andrew mccabe decision yesterday to step down the new york times reports that according to to people close to mccabe he felt pressured to leave by fbi director christopher ray and now nbc news has learned about previously unreported exchange between president trump and andrew mackay according to the exclusive report the day after james comey was fired as fbi director president trump called mccabe then acting director demanding to know why comey had been allowed to fly on an fbi plane after he was dismissed comey was fired on may nine th of last year tv cameras showed footage of him boarding an fbi plane that would take him from los angeles to washington dc after having received word that he'd been dismissed according to nbc's reporting during their phone call.
"director president" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Fyre flint which the president did in february but before that on january 27th just three days after that flynn fbi interview that were celebrating the anniversary of today on that day president trump invited then fbi director james comey to dinner and according to call me that's when president trump and asked him for a pledge of loyalty i got the sense my job would be contingent upon how he felt excuse me how he felt i conducted myself and whether i demonstrated loyalty on february fourteen th the day after fleeing resigned the president's combing said said to him privately quote i hope you can see your way clear to leading this go to leading flynn go he is a good guy i hope you can let this go unquote now president trump denies saying that but either way on may nine with the russia investigation on his mind as he later said president trump fired james comey now assuming the accuracy of these accounts why was the president so focused on protecting flynn special counsel moller might also be wondering about that sources tell cnn that he is looking to talk to president trump about those firings of flynn and combing as first reported by the washington post loyalty to donald trump not loyalty that the law or to the public or to the us constitution loyalty to the president has emerged as a theme of this presidency shortly after call me was fired an andrew mccabe was named the fbi acting director president trump summoned to make aid to the oval office the washington post reports and ask mccabe who did you vote for mackay told the president he did not vote here's republican national committee chairwoman rana mcdaniel this morning on cnn asked why it was appropriate for the president to ask the acting fbi director who voted for.
"director president" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
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"director president" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"To sort of you chris you use the buying your screen all the time here on the show right it's how you convey information this president reads material that we provide to him he listens closely to his daily briefing a different presidents did the previous president didn't receive his briefing in that said when he didn't take a daily briefing from his cia director president obama chose not to do that this president as an avid consumer of the war product that our team and say i producers and we do our best to convey that to him nearly every day now a year ago i ask the then president elect during the tour transition about why it was that he was only taking an intelligence briefing about once a week here's what he said you know i'm like a smart person i don't have to be told the same thing and the same words every single day for the next eight years could be used for eight years i don't need that and yesterday morning mr trump fired back at questions about his mental fitness with this tweet throughout my life my two greatest assets have been metals stability and being like really smart not smart but genius and a very stable genius at that i i say this respectfully someone i understand your impatience with are dealing with a subject the cia does psychological profiles of world leaders routinely what would you say about a world leader who refers to himself as a very stable genius as chris i'm not going to dignify that question with a response does this man who is leading the united states of america and who engages with intelligence community in ways that are sophisticated he deals with the most complex issues and has handle them in a way that i i have great admiration and respect for were keeping america safe and president trump is completely capable of working alongside of us and leading us in that effort at what i want to pick up on that last point you say you're keeping america safe by raising questions about the president's fitness in a sense and the president became a part of that making this deep big topic this week has this book weakened our country weakened are standing around the world no.
"director president" Discussed on WINS 1010
"And the times square plaza between 45th and fortysix streets they've even got paper for you at our right stuff down and then toss it away in the wake of the recent attacks both here in new york and elsewhere around the country security will be extra tight this new year's eve here's correspondent gio benitez recent joint assessment released by the fbi nypd department of homeland security and the new york port authority said they remained concerned about international terrorists and domestic extremists potentially targeting the celebration in times square where more than a million people are expected to gather to ring in 2018 but also along the las vegas strip law enforcement increasing security following the shooting in october that killed fifty eight and injured hundreds add to this afternoon we will get a security briefing from the mayor and police commissioner and others so check back with ten wins for the very latest wins news time twelve thirty six former miss america merrill mallory hagan calls the offer laughable and an insult to anyone who's ever competed she's responding to word from the board at the miss america organization that they want former miss america to help them choose members of a committee that would search for new leadership the executive director president of board chairwoman all resigned following emails published last week by the huffington post that showed they had ridiculed the appearance intellect and sex lives a former miss america's including and we'll today she and other former winners renewed their call for the entire board to step down susan vase you of neptune new jersey has 'fessed up sixty three year old former animal shelter volunteer has admitted to stealing a dog from a facility on christmas eve because she didn't have any money to adopt it this is tub tub at nine year old pomeranian at the monmouth county spca the dog was returned unharmed to the shelter yesterday no word avaj you will be facing any charges 15 degrees sunny skies the humidity 37 percent the windsor west at eight gusty now to twenty miles an hour fifteen going up to twenty one.
"director president" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Thanksgiving holiday only have about fifteen days before they leave for the christmas break so there are scrambling to get the needed votes to pass a tax overhaul bill when asked if they had the votes the senate majority whip john cornyn who's in charge of of counting the votes of quote we're not there yet and orrin hatch the republican senator from utah who chairs the finance committee that's the the committee that wrote the book says cuisine it's a constant battle to arrive at a happy medium by one of the things that several senators are very concerned about now are up potential deficits fox's chad program a federal judge expects to rule within a few days over has gone were to appoint an acting director for the nation's consumer financial watchdog agency we were encouraged that the the judge said the hearing very quickly the judge acknowledged the importance of the issue before the court and the need for quick resolution i think everyone agrees that there needs to be an answer quickly about who is the acting director of the consumer financial protection bureau so that the bureau can go on fulfilling its mission and deep attorney for leandra english the woman pick for the job done by the outgoing director president trump gave the job to white house budget director mick mulvaney who agency a joke drone powell says if he's confirmed as the next chairman of the federal reserve he expects the fed to keep raising interest rates but gradually to sport is goals maximising jobs and controlling inflation no evacuations by plane today from the island of bali the airport's closed for a second day because of volcano there is feeling so much ashish geologist expect mount a wound to erupt soon fox news fair and balanced.
"director president" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Tax overhaul bill when asked if they had the votes the senate majority whip john cornyn who's in charge of of counting the votes said quote we're not there yet and orrin hatch the republican senator from utah who chairs the finance committee that's the the committee that wrote the bill says quote it's a constant battle to arrive at a happy medium one of the things that several senators are very concerned about now are up potential deficit fox's chad program a federal judge expects to rule within a few days over who has power to appoint an acting director for the nation's consumer financial watchdog agency we were encouraged that the judge said the hearing very quickly the judge acknowledged shortness of the issues before the court and the need for quick resolution i think everyone agrees that there needs to be an answer quickly about who is the acting do rector of consumer financial protection bureau so that the bureau can go on fulfilling its mission nasa pot gupta attorney for leandra english the woman pick for the job by the outgoing director president trump gave the job to white house budget director mick mulvaney who called the agency a joke drone powell says if he's confirmed as the mix chairman of the federal reserve he expects the fed raising interest rates but gradually to sport is goals of maximizing jobs and control inflation no evacuations by plane today from the island of bali the airport's closed for a second day because of volcano there is spewing so much ashish geologist expect mount a going to erupt soon fox news and balanced name.
"director president" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi sang multiple media outlets are reporting that the communications director president trump appointed just ten days ago is out they cite unidentified sources in reporting that anthony scaramucci has resigned this development comes the same day that retired general john kelly takes over as white house chief of staff scaramucci had negotiated an unusual deal to report directly to the president rather than the chief of staff it is not clear yet whether he will stay on in another role at the white house president trump awards the medal of honor today to an army medics some fifty years after his row extend vietnam gemma clue and ran out under fire repeatedly and ended up saving ten soldiers and pierce tom bowman reports bill o'neill remember seeing dogma clooney dash toward him orna was trying to run away from the north vietnamese mclaughlin was running toward them her mere forward schroeder who that get ready for peter art here and we were under fire run hey down above and beyond what you do during three days of fighting in may 19th sixty nine mcquillan kept aiding wounded soldiers in this patch of ground south of denying even after he himself was wounded by shrapnel from an rpg he was awarded lebron's store for valid for his aerobics oranges that first day but during the past decade his uncle and fellow soldiers push for an upgrade to his award tom bowman npr news washington.
"director president" Discussed on WJR 760
"The people voting for americanism are voting republican the idea that republicans are segregated and the populists elected trump and the traditional establishment republicans elect members of the house and the senate in therefore there isn't any unity on the republican that's not why there isn't a unity the reason there isn't any unity is because the republican party doesn't accept the premise that it's their versus progressives in a battle for the future of the country they don't think that battle is ongoing and i don't think there is a crisis we do and the republicans are the only choice we have in voting to stop liberalism seven sixty wjr news kim rogalski anthony scaramucci the new white house communications director is now at the podium in the white house briefing room he is telling reporters that sarah huckabee will be the new press secretary announced that just moments ago scaramucci also says the new white house communications director president trump made that announcement let's night and scare remote describes himself and reince priebus as very very close friends almost like brothers again anthony scaramucci the new white house press communications director just announced sarah huckabee will be the new press secretary a man hundreds underway in west michigan state police looking for 32yearold zachary patten who they say shot two people one in kalamazoo and another in three rivers police say he's armed and dangerous driving a old for chrysler pacifica he was after his exwife and her exhusband detroit police are searching the southwest detroit loyd neighborhood for someone who took a dozen shots at the mover nine several rounds were fired near chamberlain near fort st wandel officers returned fire but they don't believe they hit the man wall street still floating around the negative territory doubt forties who fortyfour points the s p off to wjr news time.
"director president" Discussed on AP News
"The focal point of nixon's 1915 secular students on the clintons baletic sucks i hottest that for animal lovers and his rebuffed a moline if i had available hindumuslim airbox ap radio news i'm jackie quinn it's trump versus colmey over what was said about the russia investigation in private conversations between the president and the former fbi director president trump dispute some of james comey's testimony prompting a house committee to request the white house submit any tapes that mighty exist of their discussions and a senate committee once the memo that colmey had leaked out to the media our tim mcguire report the senate judiciary committee has asked daniel richmond a friend of former fbi director james comey's to hand over any memos comi gave him colmey testified thursday that he gave a friend later identify fight as richman a memo detailing a conversation he had with president trump with the intention that the law school professor would share its contents with a reporter president trump is blasting cutter accusing the gulf nation of sending money for terrorism the nation of qatar unfortunately has historically been a funder of terror arizona at a very high level but his secretary of state says qatar has been improving its record and is calling on neighbouring countries to end their blockade a black man was shot and killed by deputies in tulsa oklahoma who were there to pick him up for mental health issues.