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"ed royce" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Help for fire victims another midterm victory for a Republican. And for a democrat. I'm Evan Haning. President Trump visited fire ravaged areas in northern and southern California in paradise California FEMA director brought long said financial assistance to now homeless victims of the fires has begun. The worst disaster. Artiukhov levels of government now. Helping. Also. Call the number of known deaths from the fires a seventy nine about thirteen hundred people are unaccounted for while surveying fire damage in Malibu. The president was asked about the death of Saudi Arabian journalist and US resident Jamal cookie. Trump denied earlier reports that American intelligence link cook she's murder to a direct order from Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman assessed anything yet. It's too early. Premature report that's possible wanted to say, but we're gonna have a report on Tuesday that it'll be very complete democrat says narrows has captured a Republican held house seat in Orange County, California capping a route in which Democrats picked up six state congressional seats says narrow had been in a tight battle with Republican young Kim. For retiring congressman, Ed Royce is seat in the live video posting on Facebook democrat, Andrew gillum appeared with his wife RJ to concede. The Florida the governor's race to his Republican opponent are. Janai I wanted to take a moment to congratulate Mr. desanta Santa's on becoming the next governor of the great state of Florida. That's Rhonda Santa's or Florida's.
"ed royce" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Governor's race. Here has been plagued by accusations of voter suppression lawsuits filed over registration purges, and polling place closures Oprah urged minority voters not to be deterred and for anybody here who has an ancestor who didn't have the right to vote, and you are choosing not to vote wherever you are in this state in this country. You are dishonoring your family. So far early. Voting turnout has been roughly double what we saw for years ago during the last midterm election. Nancy Cortez CBS news, Decatur Georgia. CBS news, political director Caitlyn Conan is here in studio with us to talk about what's at stake for Tuesday's election. Let's start with Oprah star power in Georgia for the governor's race. Do you think she has any impact? I think Democrats are trying to drive up as much as they can. And especially in these deep red states. So having Oprah come campaign for Abrahams. Former President Obama they're trying to get as much turn out as they can. And hope that enthusiasm will bring people who don't normally turn out to the polls, but Pence called them Hollywood liberal paint. Right. So does that work for or against the people folks like Stacey Abrams in Georgia are trying to convince the vote for them? I think you know, they have very different audiences and Pence they are trying to get Republicans to turn out. And I think they both are just doing as much as they can negate the others message. Just like you see in every race across the country. That's a hot governor's race. What about in the house? What key races. Are you watching there? So the house map is very dependent on the suburbs. And on the coast say when you look at Orange County, there are seven seats that Republicans are holding in California. The Democrats are trying to. To flip and they need Twenty-three seeds to take back the house of representatives. So they're looking at those California seats for changing demographics one is where Ed Royce retired. There's almost sixty five percent now that district is Asian American and Latino population. So they might view the president's rhetoric on immigration very differently than people on some of these deep red states where you see the president going and focusing more on a Senate maps, that's in the heartland. We've got Steve Futterman covering the race for California's forty eighth congressional district in Orange County, as you mentioned Democrats the plotting this takeover of the house, how likely is this Blue Wave that the president says he hardly hears about anymore. I think anything can happen. I think we started this with Democrats having an edge enthusiasm and some of the polling shows that they still do. But since Cavanaugh, I think did have an effect where? It's basically made the reds writer and the blues bluer as they're now, you're seeing a scenario where the Senate looks a lot more likely to stay in Republican hands. And also some of these districts that the Democrats they might be able to flip in the house in Cincinnati. For example, look like they'll stay more in Republican hands. And that they probably won't have as strong a chance of flipping those. What about the political fallout the day after the election? If things changed drastically for Republicans into the advantage of Democrats. How do you think that will play out politically? Well, I think there's going to be talking mmediately of twenty twenty and all of a sudden we're going to be focusing. So I've spent so much time focused on the midterms. And it's going to be all about the presidential election of Democrats to take over the house. It's what can they actually get done? You're going to have. Democratic controlled house. But then also potentially a Senate where you've got a bunch of democratic Sanders who are thinking about running for president and how did those messages conflict, and that's something that I'll be watching and probably more investigations, correct? Yeah. And I'm sure the president will weigh in on as he tends to deal CBS news political director Caitlyn Conan's in studio on the weekend roundup. Thanks for having me see.
"ed royce" Discussed on It's All Political
"State, they they they trend democratic the newer Asian voters also trend democratic a younger voters trend democratic it's tough times for the Republicans statewide and also in Orange County and those for those first generation Vietnamese voters may have been anticommunist and hardline Republican. But their kids are not their kids to large extent of forgotten the Vietnam war like all kids their age and such. So the stuff that was really important. They're folks in this important to them. So we have to other races in Orange County that your checking out down there. One involves it's it's another open seat. And tell us about that Gilles narrow democrat versus young Kim Republican former state assembly, that's the thirty ninth district in its way up in the northern part of the part of the county of Fullerton area Yorba, Linda places like that interesting. It was Ed Royce was the congressman from there for years Republican and he retired this year. Also because one reason is like everybody else he knew he was going to face a tough race, and who needs it young Kim was a an assembly woman for two years and then lost in two thousand sixteen but the real key here is that for twenty years. She was an aide to Royce and worked in his office in in the county. She knows everybody. Everybody knows her. And it's one of those districts where the per gilson's narrows who's running the democrat running against her is trying to tie her desperately to Trump people. They're saying she's Trump's apprentice everything she's always done has been like him. She would be instant vote for him. Whereas when you talk to her she said this election is local people know me, they know I want to do good things for this district. I've been in here a long time. And you know, it's about the stuff that we can get not about the national issues not about Trump. And it's going to be interesting to see how that plays out. What do you think what's your calling out one? Do you think that that young Kimble's out? I think probably she does. But the wildcard there in the wild card. Everyone out everywhere else is who shows up on election day. The Democrats are working to get in the what they call the occasional voters the ones that typically only show up a presidential race. These are renters they're young people. They're less wealthy people. And if they can get those out if they can make this turnout general election, turn and not a midterm out. They're in good shape. And we're going to sound like a broken record for the next few minutes talking about turnout and who turns out, but that is the case the track record in term elections is dreadful for for Democrats in general and specifically for people call our young voters. So that's why we keep repeating this. And that's going to be the case all the time. We were we were trying to figure out as everyone else. Is all this enthusiasm. We see on on TV and online and everywhere else have been writing about is that actually translate into votes. It's a it's a hard one to say what the Democrats are hoping is they want it would like to make all these elections about Donald Trump because Donald Trump is, you know, a very unpopular person in California. I mean, if you even Orange County, you know, the numbers are against Trump. So if you can say this person is going to be Donald Trump and a vote for a re a vote for a democrat in one of these midterm races vote against Donald Trump. Well, that's a good thing. They bring those voters out, and they have a real good chance of winning some of these races. However, if it's the same as it always is, you know, midterms go Republican. You have one final race to talk about their which we haven't covered, which is the we hit. This will be the forty forty fifth congressional district where Republican Mimi Walters. His the is in there again favorite of the California Democratic party. She calls herself sisters brother and sister with Kevin McCarthy, the house majority leader. Yes, feels her. She's been it's she's a Republican and she's running as a Republican. What's not going to help her so much is that she is also been a Trump supporter? Total Trump supporter. She's also been. Is on the wrong side of a lot of environmental issues as far as Democrats are concerned has actually been in favor of oil drilling off the Orange County coast, which is one of those things that..
"ed royce" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"Possibility no if you're the democrat if you're the democratic party you should feel fairly good and right now about your chances of possibly taking back the house i will say with these ten districts in california they hemorrhaged money and one of the big concerns was they had too many cooks in the kitchen you know we were talking so much on this show about getting involved in you know going out there and running for public office in this case in a situation like they have with the top two vote getters going onto the general regardless of party it could really muck up the works because you could theoretically split the vote so many ways that you have no democrats getting on the ballot whatsoever and that was a big concern specifically in ed royce's former district the thirty ninth district in california there were i believe seven democrats running and four republicans something like that nonetheless the big concern was what are you guys doing some of you have to get out the dnc actually came in of course tom perez and his group of of cronies came in and tried to have some folks drop out they do not want to do that but it seems like it will end up being okay but there's a lot of very heated contested people who are looking to get the second most amount of votes votes those are still pretty heated contest right now in california and a guest those primaries between the democrats we're pretty brutal which again probably not the greatest idea but it is what it is yeah is concerning the money that you said was spent national democrats spent over seven million dollars races and that's just what the democrats spent that's just what the national democrats that doesn't even count the republicans in what the people who weren't officially part of the dnc spent and of course the dnc still in an immense amount of debt and again hemorrhaging cash but perhaps if they can get the house back in the midterms perhaps it'll be invest in investment that is well worth it but so iowa also looked fairly promising for the democrats some seats were picked up there.
"ed royce" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Top two vote getters notwithstanding party stems run against each other in the general election so what they were hoping for for example is in the google toy election in california that they would have in this jungle primary system that to democrats would be the top vote getters so that no matter who won the gubernatorial general election it'd be a democrat because it was too democrat was a democrat running against a democrat so what's the problem the problem for the democrats were they were they certainly worrying that they had been too clever well i think they were too clever by half in many of the congressional districts there were town of democrats that were trying to use the perceived aunt i trump message that maxine and everybody else is talking about to try to get a ticket into washington dc but if they split the votes among them that might well leave to republicans to democrats facing off in the general election and that would take winnable congressional districts winnable by democrats off the table here's how the times wrote about it this morning in northern orange county republican ed royce is retirement attracted more than thirteen candidates seven republicans and six democrats to replace ed royce in that district.
"ed royce" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"In depth team coverage of the primary election results democrats still hoping to retake control of the house knx ten seventy john baird has live at the la county register voters office in norwalk the retirements republican representatives ed royce brought on a stampede of candidates in the final outcome remain cloudy in those district in factor maybe days before everything is all sorted out seventeen seventeen names were on the ballot and royce's district with the republican young kim his former aide claiming the top spot and now facing off against democrat gil cisneros there were sixteen names on the ballot in isis district republican diane hockey landed the top spot democrat mike levin narrowly won the second spot and dana rohrabacher was considered vulnerable but he's in with thirty percent of the vote how many times do we have to hear oh there's a blue wave and it's gonna knock this all down well the blue wave didn't republicans were banking on a proposed gas tax repeal and anger over illegal immigration to galvanize their voters reporting live in norwalk john baird knx ten seventy newsradio so our republican john cox says in the race to replace governor jerry brown and let's get more on that now from margaret carreira businessman came in second behind democratic lieutenant governor gavin newsom paving the way for quite the battle heading into november speaking to supporters last night cox had this message for new senate news the made it clear that he wanted to run against me instead of another democrat well as i told them in san jose the debate be careful mr newsom be careful what you wish for did prove disappointing for former mayor of former ellie mayor antonio vieira gaza he at one point questioned whether a printing error in los angeles county that left more than one hundred eighteen thousand people off voter rosters may impact chances at advancing we've asked to extend the time to vote so we can make it clear how many people were turned away eventually he conceded to newsom viragos goes ahead been banking on the latino vote to push him into the general election but that didn't transpire bacteria six knx recall means democrats in the state senate will not have the majority they need to pass tax and fee increases tell you more coming up right after traffic it is good weather together every ten minutes on the fives here is jennifer has got the.
2018 primary day election results — live updates
"Of primary election day california voter turnout in orange county higher than expected and officials say it's because a lot of people are registering to vote today knx ten seventy s cooper ronald joins us live using santa ana people are taking advantage of california's new same day voter registration law the line out the door all day long i think it's great that there's a lot of people out here and i wish that it could be a little bit more convenience but she says she's happy so many people want to vote register voters new delhi says inperson turn out is just a bit higher than the two thousand fourteen midterms but was really telling to me is that the vote by mail turnout is much higher than twenty fourteen so we're seeing about a thirty percent increase he's the battle for congressman ed royce as soon to be vacated seat is driving turnout along with gop congressman dana rohrabacher tough battle against several challenges from both sides of the aisle state senator josh newman is also fighting to keep his seat in a recall election reporting live in santa ana cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio some people in la county got us surprise when they showed up at their polling places ready to votes than one hundred eighteen thousand la county voters are wondering what happened they showed up at their polling places today and their names were missing from the roster of eligible voters turns out printing glitch caused those names to just disappear that's the word from the la county registrar recorder's office which issued a release saying the glitch affected one thousand five hundred thirty polling places it's described as a random issue with the print job that ran the paper rosters but not to worry the glitches not preventing people from voting anyone whose name is not on the roster is being given a provisional ballot at their polling places and their votes will be counted in the election returns once their registration is confirmed i'm interviewing dean logan right now and i'll have more details for you coming up at seven o'clock diane thompson knx ten seventy newsradio leaders of california's democratic and.
"ed royce" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Congressman ed royce as a republican from california chair of the foreign affairs committee hearing yesterday ranking democrat on committees angle from new york and testifying about middle east policy david satterfield acting secretary of state for near eastern affairs and west mitchell assistant secretary of state for european and eurasian affairs some news today the trump administration says that it's removing restrictions on u s defense contractors directly marketing and selling to foreign governments drones that are armed or can guide missile strikes the us government would still have to approve and license the sales and they're also be contingent on human rights and plication reviews as well as congressional authorization and essentially disarray committee met today on a bill to protect special counsel robert muller but at the request of several senators delayed a vote the chairman chuck grassley announced that several members had asked for that the bill would define who is allowed to fire muller were in future special counsel and it would require termination be for good cause and then judges could review that the chairman chuck grassley also said he was not concerned that the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell doesn't plan to bring the bill to the full senate floor clears committee grassley saying obviously the views from the giardi we'd are important to consider but they do not govern what happens here in the judiciary committee coming up shortly on c span radio live coverage of discussion at georgetown university law center on this topic it's titled congressional oversight of the justice department and fbi in the trump era former congressman tom davis will be there he's.
"ed royce" Discussed on KQED Radio
"President as a foil for their own election campaigns regarding resistance etc without regard to what's best for california residents but it does seem that there aren't there's not a long list of republicans trying to get in the photo op with the president i mean there is there a sense that it might not be helpful especially for those members of congress that are in purple districts or now there's a couple of vacancies with the retirements of ed royce and dear liza maybe it's not so helpful to be seen with the president in those kinds of i think that's completely false obviously san diego mayor has his own local liberal issues and you know his position on the wall is something that he's told his voters but if you were to ask about a photo op with the president i've i've literally had my phone ringing off the hook with california politicians and regular voters who would have loved to greet the president at the airport or be with him today i that people demanding that he had a rally there's no shortage of you know almost five million republicans here in california who israel the president is in our state today and you know many politicians around the country who are republicans including some in california are very supportive of the president do you feel that the you know i was looking at a p p i c poll public policy and california paul recently and they there there was a question about whether or not state and local governments should make their own policies different from the federal government to protect the legal rights of undocumented immigrants and sixty five percent of adults fifty eight percent of likely voters are in favor now that skews toward democrats and nonpartisan but there are some republicans about maybe a quarter disapprove of the job that president trump is doing how how much consensus is there a mung the folks in your party for this president.
Sen. Hirono Comments on North Korea Talks
"Hasley has hit j trump toys no longer us i'm michael toscano the house foreign affairs committee chairman says north korea's desire to talk with president trump shows that sanctions are starting to work republican ed royce of california says the administration can quote pursue more diplomacy as we keep applying pressure but hawaii's democratic senator mazy hirono who says democrats got burned by the president after he made and then reneged on promises during two televised white house meeting says intense preparation is needed for any such meeting i hope that we do not have what i would characterize as they tuesday trump who goes in and has these leno on talks with kim jong un promises all kinds of things and then on thursday he walks that that we need to have a whole of government preparation to these talks because it is that syria florida governor rick scott is set to meet with families upset tuden's gone down in last month's high school shooting in parkland scott is considering whether he will sign a gun control bill passed by the legislature this week in asheville north carolina white police officer christopher hick been hasn't been arrested over six months after his body cam recorded him beating and a black jaywalking suspect hickman now charged with assault by strangulation asheville mayor esther mannheimer says dealing with this goes beyond responding to a single offense everyone has a different idea about what the solution should be who should be fired or what hedged role maybe my head should raw despite the continuing strong economy and cates reports of familiar retail name for kids and parents alike may soon disappear toys r s is preparing for the possibility it may have to liquidate its bankrupt us operations according to bloomberg the toy retailing giant so far has failed to find a buyer or reach a debt restructuring deal with lenders a.
"ed royce" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The party in power and this here a record number of republicans have already decided not to run for reelection two dozen are retiring from the house and senate plus five are leaving to run for higher office why so many well that's the question we put two four departing republicans including ed royce who's one of ten committee chairman who have announced their hanging it up that's a lot of experience out the door it is and there's a there's a debate june or i think we should look at maybe the length of our chairmanships with the saying that same time i think these term limits are probably good from the standpoint of bringing in new blood new ideas and so that's that's one of the things we way on the republican side senator when you left your house colleagues and went to the other side of the capitol i'm sure you intended to serve more than one term in the senate i always sought probably two terms but i'm kind of out of step with my party and it makes it very difficult to have the positions that i have and and uh you know when reelection in a republican primary so have you changed or has the party changhai had on pick of james that much but i do think the parties trains considerably you all agree with that well from my standpoint i think that the party has always been a big party i think there's room in the party for a lot of different viewpoints do you think that the tent is as big as it used to be uh i don't actually i i think what's happening in congress is the political center is collapsing but that's not true across the country what i found is that we have become enormously polarized here in congress net polarization has led to a paralysis i mean the very simple basic tasks of governing just keeping the government open but it folks like you leave don't things just get worse i see i think that part of the answer here though is for us to look at what we can do to change the fact that no longer do we really have the types of friendships across the.
"ed royce" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"It prevents it from bites and it helped kill bacteria so they didn't have nearly as many problems medically as the russians did without reason and let us very good history it was a it was a guerrilla war basically yes under they took advantage of the fact loads of guerrilla wars the infrastructure wasn't really vessel a very few roads into finland on either side of the roads that you had wait incredibly thick forest so you would have a column of tanks and you might mined the road so the tanks have to stop because one of the from one is you know been damaged and then from that point on the finn just kind of appeared through woodland's and constantly harass the soviet troops on skis nicely on skis another notch mediscare ads because they had trained to stay because they didn't have this infrastructure until january he get free studying savings that has told to west skis stand up fire gun whereas the men's could ashley doubts about the soviets skis which is kind of ones that they cut coupled together whereas the finnish people were all use in their own skis and so the soviet skis were so bad that when the finnish kind of captured them they just with no use and they just use them for firewood iranians outlet wow and the winter olympics people have been throwing away the skis heaven they have but yeah i yeah because it's too cold so cold apparently that the the first time you try skis on practice runs the world one of the coaches said that they just sent a garbage the skis because they get damaged by being too cold ed royce said the snow it here's i think and then it's too cold and it will ski while yeah i was just looking at an wars where people have had way to expectations that turned out to be wrong so skies in finland you know they had this band because they really thought they they got the victory via.
"ed royce" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The answer dot com a forecast of uh forty or war i bet seat swath so what to do about this hugh is usually a wave either speaks up on you owe more is unclear until you get around labor day this is one that i can tell you top republicans beal is motion map now i but i believe a lot of this is an attempt to yell wall four forget people the move like the hawaii missile alert and to go out raise money and to quit i believe when ed royce and darryl eissa retired that was good for the republicans because it brings in diet heart mere by or uh uh chavez rocky chavez down isis seat uh michelle shooting i you could win but those are now i i know but my view is daryl i say an ed royce were sitting ducks and we're going to get their heads cut off in the in me at this environment an increasingly activists pace pathetic diane archae or by a rocky chavez for example may i said district diane being an independent selffunding very successful state senator rocky being a marine in the state senator they are going to be able to get more energy and more attention than darrow i should could ever done their lights of being branded but here's my real question the choice before the american voter is going to be nancy pelosi and impeachment verses four percent gdp growth i think there's a little bit of uh handwringing for the for the cameras and the reporters in order to kick the butts of republican activists everywhere mike allen tell me on completely out of my mind but i'm not so sure you can beat four percent gdp growth with nancy pelosi they didn't put tim ryan they're stuck with the the once and future may be speaker as their face of their party and doesn't battered well you the challenge for republicans is to frame it that way won't automatically be frame that way but to the grocery story for sure is one of the best whereas republicans have the talent are starting to recruit candidates tucker donors and so they need a story to tell and uh the economy is one of the best arguments they have and not only the records in the stock market and by the continued growth in hugh i had seen this a ap put together a story showing that based.
"ed royce" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"A lot of this is an attempt to yell wolf wafa get people the move like the hawaii missile alert and to go out raise money and to quit i believe when ed royce and darryl ice a retired that was good for the republicans because it brings in diet heart mere by or uh uh chavez rocky chavez down isis seat michelle something i you could wool with but those are now democrats i i know but my view is daryl i say an ed royce were sitting ducks and we're going to get their heads cut off in the in this environment an increasingly activist based pathetic diane archae or by a rocky chavez for example in the ice a district diane being an independent selffunding very successful state senator rocky man a marine in a state senator they are going to be able to get more energy and more attention than dare lights are could ever done their lights of being branded but here's my real question the choice before the american voter is going to be nancy pelosi and impeachment versus four percent gdp growth i think there's a little bit of uh were handwringing for the for the cameras and the reporters in order to kick the butts of republican actor this everywhere mike allen tell me on completely out of my mind but i'm not so sure you can beat four percent gdp growth with nancy pelosi they didn't put tim ryan and they're stuck with the once and future may be speaker as their face of their party and doesn't that hurt them well you could count for republicans is the freedom that that way won't automatically be frame uh that way but the the grow story for sure is one of the best whereas republicans have the telling still having to recruit pena's talks donors and so they need a story to tell and uh the economy is uh is the best one of the best arguments they have the wheat evacuees am on saturday was the boom bombing of eighteen and not only the records in the.
"ed royce" Discussed on WRVA
"Gordon deal on this martin luther king junior holiday of democrats hoping to win beverley happens in midterm elections in terms of party control camera away the newly elected president party tend to lose feat so it's already you know republicans are going into you i they're already going into a a difficult environment in and it it's perhaps made more difficult by president trump very low approval rating um historically low so so that's sort of what their their faith thing and we're starting to see a significant number of retirement that are going to be leaving if you look at um daily code selection and count we're looking at uh thirty open seats and is this recordbreaking so to speak and could there well you know yes there could be more and they went back to two thousand eight and they looked at republicans had twenty nine open feet and two thousand eight so yeah we and then right now at the stage we certainly could be looking at more nicole how is california shaping up we had recent announcements from ed royce and daryl i said that they won't run what does that mean for california older two were very significant for democrats because they're not only in a date that hillary clinton won and in 2016 but they're also in districts that telephone you pull does she were very significant for democrats because they're not only in a state that hillary clinton won.
"ed royce" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"This martin luther king junior holiday over democrats hoping to win back control of the house the growing list of retiring house republicans is opening doors nicole galiano of usa today as more on this story and joins us now nicole what generally happens in mid term elections in terms of party control generally the newly elected president party tends to lose seats so it's already you know republicans are going into their already going into a a difficult environment and and it's it's perhaps made more difficult by president very low approval ratings historically low so so that's sort of what they're they're facing and were starting to see a significant number of retirement that are going to be leaving and if you look at daily co selections account we're looking at 30 open seats and is this record breaking so to speak and could there be more well you know at this stage yes there could be more and they went back to 2008 and they looked at republicans tied up twentynine open seats and 2008 so yeah we at right now at the at this stage we certainly could be looking at more hi nicole how is california shaping up we had recent announcements from ed royce and darryl ice that they won't run what does that mean for california she were very significant for democrats because they're are not only in a state that hillary clinton won in 2016 but they're also in districts that bed she went so you know those we're going to be very competitive races they were facing the two members of congress were going to be facing.
"ed royce" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"There's been no collusion but defense attorneys say there are a range of pitfalls to the president testifying in person pointing to former president bill clinton who seemed uncomfortable at times when he appeared before a grand jury in 1998 about the lewinsky scandal muneeb word he is president trump may be a unique legal challenge he will go off script he is very hard to control and control is the key element when you have a client facing a potential investigation meanwhile tonight the white house is blasting a report from axios that the president's private schedule has been dialed back significantly cutting his time in the oval office in favor of time watching tv and tweeting a spokesman calling questions about his schedule and work ethic ludicrous a lawyer for the president says they're cooperating with investigators in want the russia probe resolved quickly among other key questions will be watching if the president is interviewed will it be under oath 17th house republican has announced he won't run for reelection in november california's ed royce who's district backed hillary clinton by 8 points in 2016 is term limited out from his post as chair of the house foreign affairs committee has announcement prompted the cook political report to move the district from lean republican to lean democrat a report released monday by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration revealed that sixteen major climate and weather related catastrophes caused a record three hundred and six point two billion dollars in damages and killed at least three hundred and sixty two people in 2017 as the us suffered its worst wildfire and hurricane seasons in modern history but the cost and death tolls are expected to climb as new data on puerto rico's post hurricane destruction emerge the official body count after hurricanes maria and erma ransacked the island territory and destroyed its electrical grid sits at sixty four but an analysis by the new york times pegged the figure at one thousand fifty two and climbing the department of homeland security announced on monday that the trump administration will end temporary protected status for about two hundred thousand salvadorans living in the us immigrants from el salvador had been granted the protections in two thousand one.
"ed royce" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"There's been no collusion but defense attorneys say there are a range of pitfalls to the president testifying in person pointing to former president bill clinton who seemed uncomfortable at times when he appeared before a grand jury in 1998 about the lewinsky scandal the meaning of the word is president trump may be a unique legal challenge he will go off script he is very hard to control and control is the key element when you have a client facing a potential investigation meanwhile tonight the white house is blasting a report from axios that the president's private schedule has been dialed back significantly cutting his time in the oval office in favor of time watching tv and tweeting a spokesman calling questions about his schedule and work ethic ludicrous a lawyer for the president says they're cooperating with investigators and want the russia probe resolved quickly among other key questions will be watching if the president is interviewed will it be under oath 17th house republican has announced he won't run for reelection in november california's ed royce who's district backed hillary clinton by 8 points in 2016 is term limited out from his post as chair of the house foreign affairs committee has announcement prompted the cook political report to move the district from lean republican to lean democrat a report released monday by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration revealed that sixteen major climate and weather related catastrophes caused a record three hundred and six point two billion dollars in damages and killed at least three hundred and sixty two people in 2017 as the us suffered its worst wildfire and hurricane seasons in modern history but the cost and death tolls are expected to climb as new data on puerto rico's post hurricane destruction emerge the official body count after hurricanes maria and erma ransacked the island territory and destroyed its electrical grid sits at sixty four but an analysis by the new york times pegged the figure at one thousand fifty two and climbing the department of homeland security announced on monday that the trump administration will end temporary protected status for about two hundred thousand salvadorans living in the us immigrants from el salvador had been granted the protections in two thousand one.
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"The teleprompter president today once again in the event we are not able to reach his solution working with congress and our allies then the agreement will be terminated it is under continuous review and our participation can be cancelled by me as president at any time so here is a republican representative ed royce he's chairman of the house foreign affairs committee as flawed as the deal is i believe we must enforce the hell out of it so that's where a lot of republicans are coming down do you like the trump's approach is my question to you eight three three eight five two four eight six six i not only compare this approach to the same thing he's done with dhaka i compares approach to what he's doing with north korea it is a confrontational approach peace kind of coming out he seeming like the bad guy but he's the bark worse than the bite in this instance the same as with north korea he has a lot of bark with north korea just like kim jong un does and just like the iranians do india rainy ends answer to donald trump isn't much different from what the iranians have said about president obama and about president george w bush before him and president clinton the mullah's in iran say death to america no matter who they are talking to no matter who the leader of the country is so the message from iran has not really changed it still death to america from the mullis and president trump is just being a little more confrontational with them so do you think that this is going to result it is going to achieve results eight three three eight five two four eight six six i'm wondering if you think this is this is what donald trump promised to do it's the old it's the negotiator and if you guys look at his old book the art of the deal like they said the other day some were saying president trump hasn't really changed much go all the way back to the late seventies early '80s he's he's had the same message and he's tipped his hand as to what he how he operates the way he kind of exaggerates the way he pushes on a deal and he goes to an extreme and then he he lets people walk it back that's always been his negotiating technique do.