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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"At us slightly above normal looking for 70s across florida and we're looking for '70s and '80s in the southwest and that's the weather across america in des moines iowa today snow will accumulate two to four inches will have a high of only eighteen shreveport louisiana will be partly sunny though there can be a spotty shower this afternoon i about fifty eight in cleveland ohio partly sunny high 27 that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's air ironically to cities that elude to their whether prowess make the extremes ninety three at thermal california it was minus forty three degrees at embarrass minnesota seventeen after this is america in the morning i'm john trout flu season has a ways to go dave alpert reports officials say the virus has claimed more lives as it spreads into additional states we really just now at the very very um middle of the season so we are recommending that people that have not had a vaccine yet the vaccination is not too late to vaccinate a doctor gil shahbaz deputy director our of the california department of public health says they're worth thirty more flu deaths reported just last week in his state alone nationwide remember a state experiencing high influenza like illness activity increased from thirty nine to forty two that's according to dr dan jernigan with a sentence for disease control and prevention the cdc's acting director dr and shook it says we have an increase in for wendell like illness activity more hospitalization and tragically more flu associated death perhaps most disturbingly this year's viruses hitting kids especially heart we are reporting an additional kick pain flu related pediatric deaths for this season meaning there even more families now devastated by flew that means we've received reports for a total.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of garbage trucks and vans setting off fireworks in the middle of the street and there were some random acts of destruction but generally the mood was festive sure do very phillies nickname is the city of brotherly love and while some times it may not live up to that nickname last night it was nothing but love in the streets of philadelphia and a city now has a giant monkey off its back john stolnis philadelphia so football season is far holy over however of liuzhou's them is not the flu season has gotten worse here's correspondent dave albert we really just now at the very very arm middle of the season so we are recommending that people that have not had a vaccine yet the vaccination is not too late to be vaccinated dr gil shahbaz deputy director of the california department of public health says they're worth thirty more flu deaths reported just last week in his state alone nationwide remember a date experiencing i influenza like illness activity increased from thirty nine to forty two that's according to dr dan jernigan with the sentence for disease control and prevention the cdc's acting director dr and shook it says we have an increase in for lender like illness activity more hospitalization and tragically more flu associated death perhaps most disturbingly this year's viruses hitting kids especially hard we are reporting an additional in gene flu related pediatric deaths for this season meaning there even more families now devastated by.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on World News This Week

"The nation and infecting thousands chunk not since the swine flu outbreak of two thousand nine have so many americans found themselves seeking treatment for symptoms of the flu it accounts for one in fourteen visits to doctors and clinics in the past week we have seen in crete philander like illness activity more hospitalization and tragically more flu associated death in children and adults doctor and shook it the acting cdc director says the majority of cases are in pupils 65 five and over but we are reporting gatien all pain flu related pediatrics deaths for this season bringing it to me to be three the boy is breathing behind the statistics are people like year 12yearold jilin when it could florida he came down with symptoms on january twenty sec had the next day he was found unconscious and in a chaotic call involving a nine one one dispatcher a translator and a neighbor back okay comparisons going to try and bring 'em okay attempts to see dillon field and he died of the flu there is a glimmer of hope in the latest cdc report says dr dan jernigan of the national center for immunization at respiratory diseases doctor's care clinics where department to western part of the country is beginning to see lower flew activity the eastern part of the country is seeing somewhat higher activity and southern states are continuing to see high activity at the same level even at this stage of a very severe flu season experts say it's still a good idea to.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

"He had a memorial to jews who died revolt against german forces and 1943 tillerson says we must not forget the horrors of the holocaust thomas occasion it reminds us that we can never we can never be indifferent to the face of evil today is the international holocaust remembrance day republican national committee financier steve wynn is resigning he ceo and founder of wynn resorts his stepping down from his post mid reports in the wall street journal and alleged decade's long pattern of sexual abuse and assault against female employees the seventy three year old wind is the first ceo and founder of a major publiclyheld company to come under scrutiny since the harvey weinstein allegations surfaced the senate next week begins wake work on a 20week abortion banned bill the bill sponsored by south carolina republican senator lindsey graham would make it illegal for any person to perform or attempt an abortion after twenty weeks of pregnancy the penalties could include five years in prison fines or both republicans will need sixty votes to overcome a procedural hurdle before they can officially take up the bill on the senate floor the gop is expected to fall short of that requirement since it holds just a fifty one seat majority linda kenyon washington or the third straight week the flu bug hitting the continental us string low season young those aged four years have been neck most impacted group after those over sixty five however this season people fifty to sixty four year old are now in that fought in other words baby boomers have higher rate than their grandchildren right now the cdc influenza director dr dan jernigan thirty nine states have reported high flew traffic last week news.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AM730

AM730

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AM730

"Our from townhall dot com i'm val deore us health officials say the flu slammed the us again last week for the third straight we going hawaii has been spared last week one and fifteen doctor visits were for symptoms of the flu cdc influenza director dr dan jernigan says this year baby boomers are being hit hard by the flu during lo young jury those aged four years have been next most impacted group after those over sixty five however this season people fifty to sixty four year olds are now in that bought in other words baby boomers have higher rates than their grandchildren right now the cdc said today that hospital stays in deaths from the flu so far haven't been as high as in recent flew seasons the repercussions from the sexual abuse conviction of disgraced former dr larry nassar continues michigan state university trusty brian moslem issue a tearful apology to victims at a board meeting i'm sorry to the parade just survivors victims of a large assistance jason american history i am so truly sorry confirmed you the entire usa gymnastics board of directors also resigned today in the wake of the scandal chinese authorities struggled to quell protests following the collapse of an investment scheme police say took as much as four point seven billion dollars from millions of depositors the implosion of cure borrow dark comments to a string of feel chinese financial ventures blamed on fraud mismanagement that have prompted protests and complaints of official indifference to the suffering of small investors this week hundreds of people marched in freezing weather in the eastern city of nanjing shouting for the governor to take action a video shot by demonstrators showed police carrying some people away jeremy house reporting in the.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AM730

AM730

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AM730

"Com i'm val deore us health officials say the flu slammed the us again last week for the third straight we going hawaii has been spared last week one and fifteen doctor visits were for symptoms of the flu cdc influenza director dr dan jernigan says this year baby boomers are being hit hard by the flu during lo young schori those aged four years have been nick motive the group after those over sixty five however this season people fifty to sixty four year old are now in that bought in other words baby boomers have higher rates than their grandchildren right now the cdc said today that hospital stays in deaths from the flu so far haven't been his highs in recent flew seasons the repercussions from the sexual abuse conviction of disgraced former dr larry nassar continues michigan state university trusty brian moslem issued a tearful apology to victims at a board meeting or sorry to the parade just survivors victims of a large assessment chase in american history i am so truly sorry confirmed you the entire usa gymnastics board of directors also resigned today in the wake of the scandal chinese authorities struggled to quell protests following the collapse of an investment scheme police say took as much as four point seven billion dollars from millions of depositors the implosion of cure dark comments to a string of failed chinese financial ventures blamed on fraud mismanagement that have prompted protests and complaints of official indifference to the suffering of small investors this week hundreds of people marched in freezing weather in the eastern city of nanjing shouting for the governor to take action a video shot by demonstrators showed police carrying some people away jeremy house reporting in the senate has.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of your news from the new york conversation live from npr news in washington i'm wing brown president trump declares to other world leaders america's open for business he's on his way back home from the world economic forum in davos switzerland where npr scott horsely reports earlier today trump made a pitch for what he calls fair and reciprocal international trade trump suggest the new tariffs are just the beginning of what could be a wave of protectionist measures his administration has been studying a possible crackdown on imports of steel and aluminum trump told an audience at the world economic forum in davos he's open the international trade but only if it works for the united states only by insisting on fair and reciprocal trade can we create a system that works not just for the us yes but for all nations trump also boasted of fostering a more business friendly environment in the us with lower taxes and reduced regulation he's hoping to encourage more overseas business people to invest in the united states scott horsely npr news davos switzerland the government says one in fifteen doctor's visits last week or for symptoms of the flu that's the highest level since the swine flu pandemic in two thousand nine at this rate around thirty four million americans will have gotten sick from the flu by the end of the season dr dan jernigan is with the centers for disease control and prevention or cdc most people would implement infectivity eight three and two.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Message in algeria rates apply on koa dads newsradio money to 850 two hundred two am hundred and 941 fm it's mostly cloudy and thirty seven degrees the atoms county sheriff's office says it has no longer looking for two people in connection with the disturbance that led to the shooting death of a deputy wednesday night in a tweet the office said two people were contacted and interviewed last night and are no longer in custody one man is in jail in connection with the death of deputy heath gum investigators say they are not looking for any other suspects in connection with the case still more cases of the flu nationwide the cdc reports six point six percent of all recent outpatient visits were due to flu like symptoms that's the highest level since two thousand nine two thousand ten the cdc's dr dan jernigan says sick children are big part of this 7 more kids died this week bringing the total number of child deaths to 30 savvy back there will be more report of pediatric do similar to what we've seen in more severe season every state except to why is still reporting flew widespread flew activity us olympic gold medalist aly raisman says she regrets believing us gymnastics when they said they were investigating dr larry nassar on abc's the view she said nasser sexually abusive treatment has been locker talk for year over the years my teammates and i led talk amongst ourselves saying he's really weird any definitely makes us uncomfortable but then we we kind of make excuses i meet say well he does it to all of us so it must be okay he's been doing it for so long so if it was wrong he would have already been caught the us olympic committee is giving the usa gymnastics board six days to resign after announcers life sentence for sexually abusing more than a hundred and fifty girls and young women michigan state university athletic director has resigned over his handling of the case if you're heading up to the high country stop by breckenridge to see the work of the world's best knows sculpture artis this is viewing weekend for the international snow sculpture championships some of the sculptures are delicate in fact a ribbon dancer formed by a team from wisconsin crashed to the ground today and don't give a doing a frenchman in his natella three at there been fights at supermarkets around france after they offered seventy percent discounts.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire the chairman of the congressional black caucus and the top democrat on the house judiciary committee what to censure president trump over his vulgar statements about haiti in africa during an oval office meeting yesterday congressman cedric richmond louisiana jerrold nadler of new york are working on a resolution to central trump for what he said as little chance of passage in the gop controlled house illinois democratic senator dick durban who was at the meeting says trump was speaking for himself not the republican party i don't believe that uh what the president said yesterday reflects uh his party nor conservative voters in america i i just don't believe that from the country is in the grip of a serious flu outbreak elevated numbers in cases reported in forty nine of fifty states sparing only hawaii cdc's dr dan jernigan tells reporters what we're seeing it here in has been her as started early and that it's probably peaking right about now health officials say they won't know how effective this year's flu vaccine has been until sometime next month an eighteen th victim has been found dead among the see though california days after massive slides destroyed at least one hundred homes santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says five people remain missing we are still very much actively searching for those who are missing and helping anyone who we can find that needs to be either rescued or evacuated authorities have arrested a friend in the killing of a nineteen year old university of pennsylvania student who was buried in a shallow grave at a southern california park orange county officials say twenty year old samuel lincoln woodward was arrested today on suspicion of murder undersheriff john barnes says dna evidence links woodward to the crime blazed bernstein was.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire the chairman of the congressional black caucus and the top democrat on the house judiciary committee what the censure president trump over his vulgar statements about haiti in africa during an oval office meeting yesterday congressman cedric richmond louisiana jerrold nadler of new york are working on a resolution to central trump for what he said as little chance of passage in the gop controlled house illinois democratic senator dick durban who was at the meeting says trump was speaking for himself not the republican party i don't believe that uh what the president said this through reflects uh his party nor conservative voters in america i i just don't believe that for a minute the country is in the grip of a serious flu outbreak elevated numbers in cases reported in forty nine of fifty states sparing only hawaii cdc dr dan jernigan tells reporters what we're seeing it here in has been as started early and that is probably peaking right about now health officials say they won't know how effective this year's flu vaccine has been until sometime next month an eighteen th victim has been found dead among the see though california days after massive slides destroyed at least one hundred homes santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says five people remain missing we are still very much actively searching for those who are missing and helping anyone who we can find that needs to be either rescued or evacuated authorities have arrested a friend in the killing of a nineteen year old university of pennsylvania student who was buried in a shallow grave at a southern california park orange county officials say twenty year old samuel lincoln woodward was arrested today on suspicion of murder under share john barnes says dna evidence links woodward to the crime blazed bernstein was.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire the chairman of the congressional black caucus and the top democrat on the house judiciary committee what the censure president trump over his vulgar statements about haiti in africa during an oval office meeting yesterday congressman cedric richmond of louisiana jerrold nadler of new york are working on the resolution to central trump for what he said as little chance of passage in the gop controlled house illinois democratic senator dick durban who was at the meeting says trump was speaking for himself not the republican party i believe that uh what the president said history reflects his party nor conservative voters in america i i just don't believe that from the country is in the grip of a serious flu outbreak elevated numbers in cases reported and forty nine of fifty states sparing only hawaii cdc's dr dan jernigan tells reporters what we're seeing in has been a started early and visit probably peaking right about now health officials say they won't know how effective this year's flu vaccine has been until some time next month an eighteen th victim has been found dead democracy though california days after massive slides destroyed at least one hundred homes santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says five people remain missing we are still very much actively searching for those who are missing and helping anyone astana lange presents oh what a great audience much dim the lights for this next one too much that veritas gotta get things just right like progressives name your price to tell us what you want to pay and we help you find coverage options richer bojan and now though the.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

"To settle eight cases of sexual harassment sex discrimination or both between two thousand eight and 2012 mike rossio washington a california man confessed to a 1993 killing in an emotional interview with a television station saying his faith in god let him to do the right thing brian hawkins told krc are of reading that he and two accomplices robbed and killed nineteen year old frank mcallister hawkins was arrested after that interview i'm tim mcguire ap radio ap radio news i'm tim mcguire the chairman of the congressional black caucus and the top democrat on the house judiciary committee what to censure president trump over his vulgar statements about haiti in africa during an oval office meeting yesterday congressman cedric richmond of louisiana jerrold nadler of new york are working on the resolution to central trump for what he said as little chance of passage in the gop controlled house illinois democratic senator dick durban who was at the meeting says trump was speaking for himself not the republican party i believe that uh what president said this very reflects uh his party nor conservative voters in america i i just don't believe that foreman the country is in the grip of a serious flu outbreak elevated numbers in cases reported in forty nine of fifty states sparing only hawaii cdc dr dan jernigan tells reporters what we're seeing it he has been a started early and that it's probably peaking right about now health officials say they won't know how effective this year's flu vaccine has been until some time next month an eighteen th victim has been found dead among the sito california days after massive slides destroyed at least one hundred homes santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says five people remain missing we are still very much actively searching for those who are missing and helping anyone who we can find that needs to be either rescued or evacuated authorities have arrested a friend in the killing of a nineteen year old university of pennsylvania student who was buried in a shallow grave at a southern california park orange county officials say twenty year old samuel lincoln woodward was arrested today on suspicion of murder under sheriff john barnes says dna evidence links woodward to the crime blaze bernstein was home for the.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The flu has reached epidemic proportions of the cdc reported today that the virus is now widespread across the entire continental united states twenty children have died just over 100 died last flu season here is our chief medical correspondent dr jon lapook in ohio richard in valerie ribbon are mourning the death of their fouryearold son jona from flu he had underlying health conditions nothing ever had he'll tell my children on saturday morning at their little probably wasn't coming home the cdc reported twenty pediatric deaths so far this season at this time last year there were three there's a lot of flu happening right now dr dan jernigan is the director of the cdc influenza division we saw that the season started early back in november in his head a really rapid rise is probably peaking right about now flew peaks most often in february of the forty nine states where the flu is widespread these thirty six or the hardest hit california has had 42 adult deaths up from nine last year kentucky thirty six deaths up from four and oklahoma more than four times as many this year the predominating virus is h three into ending in years were that one is the most common virus we see a lot more hospitalizations lot more cases and also more deaths due to that particular influenza virus that strained disproportionately affects people over the age of sixty five and children hospitalizations in those two groups are rising the numbers of people being hospitalized israeli doubled in the last couple of weeks there are still about three months left in the flu season so it's not too late to get a shot which takes about two weeks to become effective general sort of ask you president trump who 71 now went to walter reed for his first physical since taking office today the white house says we'll get an update on what that next week what can you tell us about these evaluations well they typically involve a complete head to toe physical exam routine testing for things like led counts cholesterol glucose liver and kidney function and then other testing depending upon the circumstances now there are specialists that standby to give them advice about.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the us the administration is any that status in july of 2019 in this country the flu has reached epidemic proportions of the cdc reported today that the virus is now widespread across the entire continental united states twenty children have died just over 100 died last flu season here is our chief medical correspondent dr jon lapook in ohio richard in valerie ribbon are mourning the death of their fouryearold son jona from flu he had underlying health conditions nothing ever had but on saturday morning that their little probably wasn't coming home the cdc reported twenty pediatric deaths so far this season at this time last year there were three there's a lot of flu happening right now dr dan jernigan is the director of the cdc influenza division we saw that the season started early back in november and has had a really rapid rise is probably peaking right about now flew peaks most often in february of the forty nine states where the flu is widespread these thirty six are the hardest hit california has had 42 adult deaths up from nine last year kentucky thirty six deaths up from four and oklahoma more than four times as many this year the predominating virus is h three into and in years were that one is the most common virus we see a lot more hospitalizations lot more cases and also more deaths due to that particular influenza virus that strained disproportionately affects people over the age of sixty five and children hospitalizations in those two groups are rising the numbers of people being hospitalized israeli doubled in the last couple of weeks there are still about three months left in the flu season so it's not too late to get a shot which takes about two weeks to become effective generals when asked you president trump who 71 now went to walter reed for his first physical since taking office today the white house says we'll get an update on that next week what can you tell us about these evaluations well they typically involve a complete head to toe physical exam routine testing for things like led counts cholesterol glucose liver and kidney function and then other testing depending upon the circumstances now there are specialist at standby to give them advice about.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The entire united states right here at paul and green built homes thank you very much bowling green homes here on news radio kkob afraid from stephen hawking fourth graders ski quite a challenge in why the tsa hates taxes tax to see what stories of the week starts at four on news radio kkob grand back the thongs czar ablaze right now and i wanna take your phone calls today i really want to hear your voice but i don't want to i don't want to cheat anybody out of time uh and so we're gonna we're gonna wait until the next break to sakes and phone calls so you have a chance to speak also i rand paul coming up in just a few minutes he's gonna talk about the renewing of the fis the bill uh which is a disgrace uh is it has been made worse it is expanding now uh and we have to choose constitution or no constitution we're gonna talk about vacs and then we'll talk about feelings as well gland coming up back makhurane from your break you do station pipe had al seasonal influenza is now widespread across the continental united states causing severe illness and rising numbers of hospitalizations but this year's outbreak may be peaking governent officials said on friday fluids everywhere in the us right now dr dan jernigan director of the influenza division at the cdc told reporters on a conference call the season started early it's probably peaking right now he said but cautioned that there are still eleven to thirteen more weeks of flew to count more flu severance went to their doctor in the past week and the number of hospitalizations for confirmed cases the blue devil officials at the centers for disease control say the flu season may be peaking money to very unpredictable and even the best case scenario suggests nearly three months left in the flu season is correspondent jan johnson bowing to the wishes of his national security team president trump is holding off on further iran sanctions related to their nuclear programs that were the subject of a two thousand fifteen agreement eats in agreement kennedy donald trump vowed to tear up one of the worst deals he'd ever seen it cetera but his president aides insist this will be the last time mr trump extend sanctions relief to iran based strictly on its compliance with a nuclear agreement the us in five other nations negotiated but to.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

"Network hey did you know that the associated press produces newsrelated blocks the latest installment is first cut first cut brings t moments in presidentialtype history to life than the vast keith odu collection highlights include checkers the dog that was the focal point of nixon's 1950 to checkers speech and the clintons beloved cat socks first titus perfect for animal lovers and his rebuffed of all ages first peta's available on hindu look and ibooks the ap radio news i'm ed donahue house speaker paul ryan's reaction to comments by president trump at an immigration meeting very unfortunate unhelpful president trump says the language was tough at that meeting with lawmakers but the word being mentioned that was said was not used some in the room disagree trump supporter bill colette near atlanta says the comment about haiti in africa was not about race he was identified the poorest areas in the world and i think katie in parts of africa uh they qualify as some of the poorest in the world in any of his comparing them to another country that was economically way above talking about norway haitians in new yorker firing back the president here's the ap's warren levinson it will not surprise anyone the president's vulgar remarks about haitian immigration or not going down well in brooklyn sizeable haitian community the i mean the man is an imbecile he needs to learn history gerald juiced called trump statement unamerican and offensive beyond racists as community acted a will dash to an actual isn't men told you inch individual he shooting at be president to controversy comes on a dark day for haiti eight anniversary of an earthquake could devastate the country warren levinson new york president trump has arrived for his first medical checkup as president at walter reed military hospital kentucky is the first state to require many medicaid recipients to work to receive coverage feeling sick you're not alone dr dan jernigan with the centers for disease control and prevention says where in.

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"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"dr dan jernigan" Discussed on AP News

"Turkey is warning its citizens about traveling to the us retaliation for a us travel advisory about turkey the turkish foreign ministry says citizen should reconsider travel plans to the states it cites a series of terror attacks violent incidents and arbitrary arrests an apparent reference to the arrest and conviction of the turkish banker for helping iran avoid us sanctions the warning comes days after the us urged its citizens to reconsider travel to turkey citing tara threats and arbitrary detentions under an ongoing state of emergency the two nato allies have seen their ties deteriorate since a coup attempt in two thousand sixteen i must ucs as hurricane erma bore down on florida governor rick scott gave up your cell phone number to administrators of the state's nursing homes in assisted living facilities you told them to contact him if they ran into problems and he would try to get help they did one hundred twenty times according to newly released phone records nearly all the calls went directly to mail before being returned i'm ed donahue ap radio news the ap radio news i'm ed donahue house speaker paul ryan's reaction to comments by president trump at an immigration meeting very unfortunate unhelpful president trump says the language was tough at that meeting with lawmakers but the word being mentioned that was said was not used some in the room disagree trump supporter bill colette near atlanta says the comment about haiti and africa was not about race he was identified in the poorest areas in the world and i think haiti in parts of africa uh they qualify as some of the poorest in the world in aves comparing them to another country that was economically way above talking about norway haitians in new york of firing back at the president here's the ap's warren levin said it will not surprise anyone the president's vulgar remarks about haitian immigration or not going down well in brooklyn sizeable haitian community the mean the man is an imbecile he needs to learn history gerald traduced called trump's statement unamerican and offensive beyond racists as community acted a l dash to an actual isn't men told you ange individual he should not be pleasant it to controversy comes on a dark day for haiti the eighth anniversary of an earthquake that devastated the country warning levinson new york president trump has arrived for his first medical checkup ask president at walter reed military hospital kentucky is the first state to require many medicaid recipients to work to receive coverage feeling sick you're not alone dr dan jernigan with.

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