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"dr lynn goldman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr lynn goldman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Your story says that the administration is looking for new talks at big changes looking for big changes in economic Chinese economic policy. What sort of changes does the Trump administration wanna to see? Fundamentally they want Beijing to stop its pressure on US companies to transfer technology with Chinese partners. That's the number one complaint. But then. Things to eliminate or least to curb quite a bit subsidy for Chinese state on terms. To change regulations. So that phone company speaker, you have company find kiss advantage in Chinese market to China into buying more US grades who goes on and on. But those are the basics the president has been holding out threats of potential tariffs against China. Let's let's look at the other side on this water. China's concerns over their trade relationship with the US. Well, first of all China like every other country hates the attack. So they want to Cavs today suspended and then removed number one because the economy. And what they want aside from that isn't really well. In terms of what they want out of the US want easier. Out of investments into the US want. By more eye-catching US goods, and then there's a very long ending requests. But more than that. Honestly. I just wanted to go back to where they were. You know, we're not at the pressures of the new Cold War. Whereas it's not detraction peoples in the global economy -bility more than anything is Chinese goal you and your your colleague at the Wall Street Journal Ling Ling way reporting that the talks have been conducted via telephone for several weeks. But that it's unclear whether the discussions will produce any agreement the president, President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping are scheduled to have dinner on Saturday night. Outside of any other. Occasion for and announcing agreement. What do you think comes out of that dinner? You know, I have no idea. And I don't think anybody has any idea including the president's top advisers knitting, including the south. You know, what's being done by the negotiators on both sides is to set something up, but Trump is at most unpredictable when in a one on one meeting, so anything anybody can come out of that. That we come along with the glow that we just discussed today could be that they decide no deal whatsoever. Moves along with it. Gas or they come up with a lot of verbiage. That sounds kind of like a deal with the markets. Really amount to much and again, it's just difficult difficult to predict normally in any other administration democratic or Republican by this point. They would have had to deal basically ready to the key leaders to sign have known that ideal was going to be. They would have cut off relations before that. This is one of the many way to which President Trump is different from his predecessors. Well, just before you headed to the g twenty meetings in the president announcing that he's canceling a planned bilateral meeting with Russian President, Vladimir Putin. He will meet with several other world leaders. Angela Merkel of Germany Shinzo of Japan. Is it your expectation that most of the conversation? The president's interested in is on economic issues on trade in particular. Sure. I mean, I think everyone realizes at this point that President Trump has a special affection, especially interesting trade. I think talk about. The US wants Whitney. Talking about free trade agreement turn out to be nothing. But that that's an issue for the two countries. Germany extensions representing in union when it comes to trade issues that'll be big question Mark between the two countries in both Germany and Japan have a common interest in the sense that the president is also threaten many times to impose tariffs on imports. Those with in particular countries, Germany, South Korea, and Japan, and we're not at the point where those tests this perspective cast of been approved by the country's named are really like. Bob Davis is senior editor with the Wall Street Journal. You can read his reporting on this on other issues at wsJcom. He's on Twitter at Bob Davis. One eighty-seven thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. The g twenty meetings. Britain's Sky News is tweeting that Reuters reports a senior British officials saying Prime Minister Theresa may is open to meeting with Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman at the g twenty in Argentina the Senate yesterday in a bipartisan vote advanced a resolution that would withdraw US support from Saudi led forces in Yemen State Department spokesman Robert palladino responded with the administration's you on the issue. Absolutely not the secretary spoke on this yesterday newest clear, the time is right for us to end this violence, and so we don't want to give Iran any further caused continue to fund and supply arms. So we are pushing. In supportive of special Representative, please. Further. When would the time? For the for the for congress to act on ending support for the Scotty campaign. We are is there would there ever be a good time in the civilisation's view is for congress to weigh in on this matter, or is this something that you think. The congress should have no business. Absolutely not. We welcome. The views of the congress. This matter procedural, we welcomed the news of the congress on the secretary has made quite clear that for the Iran backed Hootie rebels to be able to establish something akin to what led Lebanon's Hezbollah has done in Lebanon in the Arabian peninsula, would be destabilizing damaging to American interests and to our allies and partners in the region. I get that. But you say you welcome us of congress and get Europe, the miss make clear that the president will we we appreciate the views of congress. Of course, we were. You don't. I mean, the op Ed that the secretary wrote in the Wall Street Journal was published yesterday was extremely harsh. When after the members of the Washington Salal songs, and whatever the experts the foreign policy. Policy experts are not experts, but the the the community at large. So it's pretty clear that you don't call it catalog. It's pretty clear that you don't welcome. Off of a different opinion or opposing views to what have so I just curious how you can get stay with this. Great base that you welcome. This week. We. Secretary has made clear our position on on on on the violence in the humanitarian disaster that has taken place in Yemen. And we just announced additional measures to. Help alleviate some of that situation. And it's actually quite significant. It's worth mentioning one hundred thirty one million in emergency food assistance to the people of Yemen. And that and that is why we support the special Representative. And we think the timing is right. And we are back to Capitol Hill. It's a lame duck session in congress, Flint still plenty of work going on including oversight hearings FEMA administrator Brock long testified today on lessons he and his agency learn from their response to hurricane Maria in the fall of twenty seventeen here's some of his opening comments. I think it's important for me to tell you what a successful response and recovery looks like because it it. It involves a partnership involves a whole community. It's a lot more than just FEMA anybody's expecting that is just FEMA who comes in. And does the response and the recovery they're mistaken? Emergency management like a chair that supported with four legs. One leg is the federal government. The second leg is the state and local governments. The third leg is the private sector and non-governmental organizations in the fourth leg is prepared citizenry this properly insured, and it involves neighbor helping neighbor when all four legs of those chair to that chair present than disaster response and recovery goes pretty well, we've seen that model take place in California, or as as congressman Ross said in Florida, we've seen it take place in a lot of the communities. The common denominator for for the formula of success. That was not was what was present going into Puerto Rico, unfortunately. And now, I'm working every day to make sure that all four of those legs are a part of that chair because of one one leg is missing that chair becomes less stable, and we've got to do everything we can to bolster state and local capability. Private-sector capability and incorporates him into meaningful fashion entire plans. And that's what I'm what I'm dealing and also like talk about the magnitude of the recent disasters in what my staff has been diligently working on and pushing forward tremendous individuals, and they bust their rear ends for Americans every single day, and I'm proud of him. And let's talk about the magnitude of this. We have five hundred and fourteen open disasters across half this globe. From the Mariana Islands. All the way to the Virgin Islands. We've seen six major landfall and hurricanes five in the most historic wildfires. In the last fifteen months that's on top of seventy five declared total disasters last year sixty eight this year, and we've also provided support to one hundred thirteen wildfires. My staff has been busting their rear ends to sell it to help others. The average deployment of my staff is one hundred and thirty six days as they go out to take care of people and try to put people's lives back together. And I think that that should be recognized. I really do this agency is doing everything that he can't push. Forward to help people before during and after disasters. But he goes back to what is a partnership in the whole community the FEMA had Brock long. Dr Lynn, Goldman of the George Washington school of public health were pressed by committee ranking member Elisha Cummings of Maryland on the response to twenty-seven teens hurricane Maria. A lot of this is about you take we take the dollars that we have. And then we use them effectively and efficiently. One of the things is this we're committed here is. Dealing with waste fraud and abuse. And I think you will agree with me that the issue that I raised about the meals somebody did something wrong, and that was a waste of our dollars. But I wanna I wanna come back. I just wanted to make sure you don't get that confused at like an opportunity for question. I've got this information is misinformation on that tribute contract. Fema FEMA paid for fifty thousand dollars worth of meals from that from that from that vendor. And the bottom line is we only we put forward two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars one hundred and fifty six million dollar. Limit was a cap we never we never wasted hundred fifty six million dollars is a matter of fact, we spent two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars if I remember correctly for fifty thousand meals we cancelled the contract because we put redundancy and all of our contracts, there's more than just one food vendor. We have multitude of pre-event contracts that we've expanded. And so there's a lot of misinformation in the in the lead. I have some questions on that that I'll send to you. I want to ask you about some things that really concerned me George Washington University released an independent study this summer. That put the death count and Puerto Rico from hurricane Maria, a two thousand nine hundred seventy five American deaths. This is devastating and raises many questions. That's a Goldman. I'm coming right back to us. But Dr Goldman can you explain how your researchers reach their conclusion briefly? Well, basically, it was the statistical effort that involved looking at deterrents of death over the ten years prior to the storm within that season of the year adjusting for agent sex in the very sharp demographic changes that have been a crane on the island in some total. There were two thousand nine hundred and seventy five more than would have been expected in a year that did not have hurricane..

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"dr lynn goldman" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr lynn goldman" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Thanks for being here this morning. Good to see you Heidi. Thank you as well. Still ahead here on morning. Joe today is one year since hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, Governor Ricardo Reseda was marking the anniversary with a special requests for President Trump statehood, the governor joins us next to make that case on morning, Joe. The recovery and all of the efforts we've made in Puerto Rico. It's been an incredible tough situation, but we fought and we are winning that one big. We stead with water Rico, and we are helping them to rebuild stronger and better than ever before. And that's what's happening to thank you. President Trump is at a lot to say about Puerto Rico over the past year, bouncing between criticize the island's infrastructure management and praising his own response to hurricane Maria. And just last week he went even further calling into question the death toll from the storm, which according to George, Washington University study stands at nearly three thousand. We'll speak with Puerto Rico's governor in just a moment. But first, let's bring in the dean of the Milken institute school of public health at George Washington University, Dr Lynn Goldman. She's co, author of the study that ultimately led to the revision of the official death toll for hurricane, Maria, Dr. Goldman, thank you for being with us this morning. I would just wanna read again for audience President Trump's tweet of last week. He wrote when Trump visited the island territory. Last October officials told them in a briefing. Sixteen people had died from Maria. He's quoting the Washington Post there. He goes on to write this long after the hurricane took place over many months. It went to sixty four people then like magic, three thousand people killed. He goes. On they hired GW research to tell them how many people had died in Puerto Rico, how would they not know this? This method was never done with previous hurricanes because other jurisdictions know how many people were killed. Fifty times. Last original number no way writes the president. He also blamed Democrats for the death toll. Let me just get specify a little bit let you answer directly the president's tweet, but the term excess deaths in your study. Two thousand nine hundred seventy five excess deaths. What does that term mean? Exactly what that really means is that compared to a normal year when there had been no hurricane, we would have expected that two thousand nine hundred seventy five people who lost their lives between September of twenty seventeen in February of twenty eighteen wouldn't would not have died and so that we could therefore tribute those debts to hurricane Maria, either directly or indirectly. And so what do you say to the president, questioning that methodology and calling it magic. Well, there's no real magic to it at all. We are able to look at the officially certified deaths that come from the government of Puerto Rico, were able to understand been debt number of people on the island at any given time migration, eight percent of the people in Puerto Rico actually left the island between September twenty seventeen and February twenty eighth. We had to factor that in we can look over past years. The patterns of death by season by year and use mathematical modeling to make sure that we aren't being caught unaware by some kind of random fluctuation. And so it's actually fairly precise science that we can apply to this to be able to come up yesterday, but it's really exactly two thousand nine hundred seventy five. It's it's very close to that within a fairly small margin of error. It's testicle excess. Dr Goldman, if you could. First of all, how long did you study a research study take to put together? That's one question. The second question is, could you please explain to people who are legitimately confused about how this number exploded to the number that you came up with how easy it is to to find people deaths to find cat Cadillac deaths of people who died as a result of being deprived.

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"dr lynn goldman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr lynn goldman" Discussed on WTVN

"State prison in chillicothe you've been exposed to some kind of substance that prompted. Emergency calls, this morning here's six ten WTVN Jared Allen Edina. Medical center, in chillicothe he says no less than eleven people are being treated at their emergency department connected to. The situation at Ross Correctional Institution reports are indicating eleven guards and two inmates were exposed to, the substance this morning the state, highway patrol the saying there is no threat to the public or. Medics on scene Ross Correctional Institution houses about two thousand They are making available the Ohio rather, Columbus recreation park centers extending hours at some of its facilities give people a safe place to stay cool the city says the senators would stay open later so students. Could take advantage of their services in fact most rec centers are expected to stay open until nine o'clock tonight with a few exceptions a list of senators won't stay open it's available on the city of Columbus Facebook page State emergency management issued a public safety alert after a female student was followed. In groped by an unknown man university says the woman reported the incident yesterday she says it actually. Happened Monday, which he was approached by a strange man around eleven th avenue and Neil avenue victim told campus police the man. Made unwanted verbal advances and then made physical contact before running. Off after, a passer-by intervened university officials arranging students to use caution and always try to travel with either a friend or an escort. Senator John McCain will lie in state, at the, state capital today, on what would have been his eighty. Second birthday the six term Senator former navy. Pilot and Vietnam, war hero died Saturday after a. Year long battle with brain cancer that's Lisa. Carter reporting, nearly a year after hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico there is a. New death toll independent, research from George Washington University reveals nearly. Three thousand people died due to the, storm the Spent an extensive amount of time on Puerto Rico the has more when we got a copy of the report and. Saw the number. Two thousand nine hundred seventy five it was. Shocking so I sat down with Dr Lynn Goldman, she's the dean. Of the school of public health George Washington University she's the first one to get the call from the government to do this. Independent study that we've now seen this stunning number she told me.

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"dr lynn goldman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr lynn goldman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"First news Live from NPR news. In Washington I'm, Lakshmi Singh, Puerto Rico's official death toll. From hurricane Maria is no longer in. The dozens it's in, the thousands two thousand nine hundred seventy five people estimated to have lost their lives in the six months since the category for, hurricane level much of the US territory and left millions of Americans, without power clean water. Or food the Puerto Rican government commission independent researchers from George Washington University to estimate the death toll the numbers twenty two percent higher than the number. Of deaths Puerto Rico would. Have expected the same six-month period had there not. Been hurricane she. Ws. Dr Lynn Goldman says the elderly in the poorest were most. At risk we feel very strongly that lesson from this is that efforts for assistance in recovery need to focus as much as possible on lower income areas on people who are who are older people who are. More vulnerable even though it's been nearly a year since Hurricane, Maria struck the islands still in recovery mode. And this year's, Atlantic hurricane, season does not officially end. Until November Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Hsieh's. The US will continue, to help Saudi Arabian its fight against Hutu rebels in Yemen and work to reduce civilian casualties this after UN report accused Saudis, the United Arab Emirates and the Yemeni government of war-crimes here's NPR's, Tom Bowman yours is. Not directly involved in the three and a half year fight in Yemen it provides his Saudis intelligence in refueling aircraft after a recent Saudi airstrike they. Hit a bus and killed. Dozens Madison the Pentagon dispatched a senior officer to. Voice concern are. Conduct. Their decry to keep the human cost of innocence being killed. Accidentally to the absolute minimum Mattis said the Saudis have a right to defend themselves for missiles being fired by the rebels and he said the US has working with the UN to negotiate an end to the, conflict Tom Bowman NPR news Washington a federal Court has ruling that North Carolina needs, new, congressional voting maps for this November's election from member station of a UNC rusty Jacobs reports the ruling comes after the US supreme court. Sent the case back to the lower court for review the three judge panel led by. An Obama, appointee reaffirmed. An earlier decision that most of the state's congressional districts were gerrymandered with extreme partisanship. By North Carolina's Republican controlled general assembly Andrew chain teaches law at the. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Republicans on. The drafting committee were very open one might even say brazen in their express intent to elect as many Republican members city congressional delegation as possible the. Parties have until Friday to file arguments on whether the legislature should redraw the maps for NPR. News I'm rusty Jacobs in Chapel Hill North Carolina before the close the Dow is up fourteen, points this, is NPR, news, from news I'm Ryan Levi California will become the first state to eliminate bail for suspects awaiting trial under a Bill. Signed today by governor Jerry Brown the Bill will replace bell with a risk assessment system although it's still unclear how the system will work it will go into effect in October twenty nineteen the state's judicial council now has brought authority to reshape pretrial detention policies each county will use the council's framework to set its own procedures most suspects arrested for non violent misdemeanors will be released within twelve hours of being booked under the new, law those facing serious violent felonies will not be eligible, for pretrial. Release supporters say this will end the unfair. Practice of detaining people just because they can't make bail opponents have said it gives judges too much power and. They worry those who go free won't return for trial ten bay area members of congress and California's two. Senators are joining dozens of their, colleagues in urging a federal. Court to overturn the repeal of. Net neutrality the Federal Communications Commission Earlier this year removed regulations, that prevented, internet service providers from changing web loading speeds two dozen, state prosecutors appealed that decision to the DC circuit. Court of appeals peninsula Representative and s you and. More than one hundred other members of congress filed a friend of the. Court briefing supporting them today in reality net neutrality protects the first. Amendment free speech of the American people as you sit on the house energy and commerce committee which oversees the. FCC the Commission's chairman agit pie has said the old rules before they were, repealed were.

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Study estimates Puerto Rico deaths from Hurricane Maria at nearly 3,000

Fresh Air

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Study estimates Puerto Rico deaths from Hurricane Maria at nearly 3,000

"Puerto Rico's official death toll. From hurricane Maria is no longer in. The dozens it's in, the thousands two thousand nine hundred seventy five people estimated to have lost their lives in the six months since the category for, hurricane level much of the US territory and left millions of Americans, without power clean water. Or food the Puerto Rican government commission independent researchers from George Washington University to estimate the death toll the numbers twenty two percent higher than the number. Of deaths Puerto Rico would. Have expected the same six-month period had there not. Been hurricane she. Ws. Dr Lynn Goldman says the elderly in the poorest were most. At risk we feel very strongly that lesson from this is that efforts for assistance in recovery need to focus as much as possible on lower income areas on people who are who are older people who are. More vulnerable even though it's been nearly a year since Hurricane, Maria struck the islands still in recovery mode. And this year's, Atlantic hurricane, season does not officially end. Until

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