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"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Instead, this event will be almost entirely virtual from the roll call tomorrow night to watch parties throughout the week a mix of high profile. Politicians and celebrities Longoria other key speakers tonight include Senator Bernie Sanders, Ohio's former Republican governor, John Casick and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer all aiming to unify the party around historic ticket. Senator Harris is the first woman of color to become a vice presidential nominee of a major party. What role will the fact that this is a history making ticket play in this convention I I'm not sure that people are s concerned about. Making history as they are about making their future, and if you leave Donald Trump in for another four years, he's GonNa. Destroy Everybody's future except Donald Trump and his family a pivotal night for Democrats fighting to win back the White House his life is a testament. Pack, up. and. He is going to channel that same grit and passion to pick us all up to help us heal and guide forward. At his campaign event in Wisconsin President Trump said quote who wants to listen to Michelle Obama do a tape speech it worth noting polls show she is one of the most popular political figures in the country all the Democratic national. Convention. Gets underway Lester welker tonight. Thanks. Let's bring in our political director and moderator of meet the Press Chuck Todd Chuck, what are you going to be looking for tonight? Well Look I. Think the challenge for Team Biden in general and Fort Tonight of itself is is not just to sort of present a unified front. I think the Democratic Party always done a pretty good job of showing they're united against Donald Trump I. think if you look and it shows up big time and our Embassy Wall Street Journal poll. If you look at sort of one deficit job I'd and probably has to close or attempt to close it is making the case to the public that. He's the right guy to get us out of the economic mess I think focusing a little bit on his plans going forward. He's already made the case that he's anti-trump. He's now got to make the case that he's the steward for the economy going forward I think all this week that is something. The Biden folks have to be focused on all right Chuck Todd. We'll look for later on tonight I'll be anchoring our primetime coverage of the convention tonight here on NBC at Ten Eastern Seven Pacific. There is breaking news on the coronavirus one major university changing chorus late today after more than one hundred new infections as students returned to campus as across the.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"We're going to hear from Jay Powell testifying thing in front of Congress but currently There are other testimonies going on in particular the first public impeachment hearings in front of the House of Representatives resentatives Arina has been following them Bloomberg News reporter covering all things regulatory and Washington. DC joining us from the nation's capital Ari. What are you looking for from these hearings that you think will be the most notable takeaway right well? Today's historic impeachment hearings. Give the American people their first chance to see western playing out until now Behind closed doors and decide for themselves whether Donald Trump committed a impeachable offenses in his actions towards Ukraine has Democrats are hoping to use the hearings to bring to life thousands of pages of closed door testimony make the case trump abuses office and should be impeached for pressuring assuring Ukraine's Investigates Biden his political rival withholding. Ed until that happened so are what is the fundamental Memento Republican strategy. Here as he's hearings begin is simply to say it was no big deal right So these give Republicans their first high profile chance to defend the president. I think defenses as multipronged one hand. They're arguing that Trump has done nothing wrong. And calling for the investigations and that has objective objective was to root out corruption Ukraine Rather than to bolster local fortunes They're also saying You know if he did anything it's it's not an impeachable offense So I think I think we'll hear that and already we've heard Republicans Call a smear campaign orchestrated by Democrats and the quote Unquote Corrupt Media So there's a kind of a window into the Republican defense markets don't care that seems to be the takeaway When there are developments in the impeachment peach mint hearings? Who are these four? Is anyone paying attention outside of the beltway. That's a good question I believe is going to be televised across the nation. I mean it's really is historic. Event is on the third time in history that impeachment hearings have been conducted But to your point You know even if the house does vote to impeach trump the begins the senate's trial and Republicans control the Senate. They're not expected to convict him so You know this could be political theater but again if the house impeach trump and the Senate releases this is an that'll make it a two thousand twenty election issue and I think that's that's part of the strategy here are what do you think is a a win here for the Democrats. Are those of you. You know moving towards impeachment is simply to just air all publicly everything that's kind of argument testified about right. I think what they're trying to do is move public opinion opinion. I'm support for impeachment has grown But stabilized we've seen an Embassy Wall Street Journal poll recently the town four nine percent Favors trump impeachment removed from office. A Win for them to really move the needle to the point where in the Senate Republicans don't have a choice or you know actually You know vote To impeach trump. What's the timeline here So Democrats in the House. One corrupt us up by Christmas. which if they vote to impeach trump then and That immediately kick off a Senate trial Which would happen twenty twenty an election year which presents complications considering that many of the Democratic senators are running for president and would presumably need to stop campaigning and come back to Washington for impeachment so in a Senate hearing how? What's the timeframe for that? I can't remember the last time we've had one of those we haven't gotten to the Senate hearing right So what I know. Is that if if The house does vote to impeach trump then The Senate immediately begins A trial with chief justice presiding and Mitch McConnell. Who says he doubts? Trump will not be convicted. Thank you so much for being with US Orient Natter covering all things really Tori in Washington. DC SEE FOR US coming to us From our Bloomberg Ninety one studios Ari. Thank you thanks for listening to the Bloomberg PL podcast. You can subscribe and listen to interviews news at Apple podcasts or whatever podcast platform you prefer on Paul Sweeney I'm on twitter at PT. Sweeney and Lisa Abramowicz on twitter at Lisa Abramowicz one before the podcast. You you can always catch US worldwide on Bloomberg radio..
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"All right. Joining us some mornings in the mall right now is Josh Kraushaar as a political editor for national journal. Pretty smart guy when it comes to the world of politics, and what's next? Josh good morning. Good morning number. Hey, sir. So let's focus. I I we were just talking about all the Democrats who are throwing their hats and aprons into the ring, and among them is Kamla Harris who gives this speech in Oakland yesterday. She had a great turnout the campaign really succeeded on that front, but she was campaigning as a as a pretty liberal person. She was she was on ashamed left wing in her speech yesterday, and she even had Oakland. Mayor Libby chef who helped illegal immigrants evade federal law enforcement introduced her. What is this about the Democratic Party? Well, look, you know, what it says about the Democratic Party Kamala Harris might actually be to the middle. Maybe even to the right of the overall feel and I agree with everything you just said that she's running as a very progressive candidates. She one of her surrogates called herself in Oakland progressive. But when you compare for what you said in that speech, which is been offering as part of her platform and comparing it to Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren Kirsten gillibrand she's actually arguably to the middle of where the democratic candidates are right now. So it goes to show that the Democratic Party this far less in terms of its leading candidates felt when he twenty as it's ever been in a long long time all this while supporting Medicare for all universal pre-k roll getting rid of the Trump tax cuts debt free college. I mean, those are all pretty aggressive fiscally liberal positions. But you're saying that, you know, but much of the parties is much further to the left, and that we'll let me make a couple of examples for where she might be different from Bernie Sanders. She was talking about criminal Justice reform, which the president legislation dealing with the issue not long ago, but she also made a point in her speech to talk about the importance of law enforcement, and that policemen protect communities of color, for example. So she she's sort of trying to translate trying to say that she's really amazing back criminal Justice reform, but he doesn't want to criticize of police brutality mazing trying to have it both ways. I mean, you that's amazing that that's considered a moderate position. I mean, this is like even voice like tepid support for Ellen. Cops can be good, by the way. That's that's wild. Which is exactly the point that that she had, you know, the whole party has gone so far to laugh at something a position like that. It's considered, you know, some pragmatic these days, but, but when you compare her to Warren and Warren has pretty much gone full board of elapsed on everything she's advanced is running for for for president. Certainly Bernie Sanders is going to be set to the left of combo Harris interest in Gela for him was watching her speeches recently. And she's talking about intersection -ality talking about of what a lot of academic jargon that appeals to the very far left of the party. So heritage moving a little bit to the center when it comes to the party is today the government is reopened Josh. But the question that remains is the state of the union is it or isn't it happening? And if it does happen is it Donald Trump flouting Pelosi just doing it himself somewhere outside of congress. Well, I I think you're going to see a state of the union. Look, I think President Trump meets the state of the union to reset his presidency. He needs to have a moment where he can kind of appeal to voters beyond his base to reset the issue of immigration to talk about why he wants to funding for security, and and to really talk about that again outside of just to the the most conservative elements of the country. And look, I don't think Pelosi is gonna is. Now, what the government is open. I don't think as speaker Pelosi is doing to prevent devastated the union from happening. I think you'll most likely see it at some later date. Josh I saw that you pointed out you were you were digging through the NBC news, Wall Street Journal polling data, and you found an interesting piece of information about Nancy Pelosi, and what the government shutdown did to her favorability. This was not a good story for Nancy Pelosi wasn't. Yeah. Embassy Wall Street Journal poll is sort of the gold standard of political polls. And and I always go through all the data when when they come out and look at showed a pretty pretty clear picture that both both Trump and Pelosi lost. And Pelosi's numbers dropped more than any other politician that they tested, and is now the least popular leader of all the congressional leaders and even more so than President Trump in Washington. All right at the same time. More Americans do the country's on the wrong track. And never before in President Trump's entire time in office. And that's a big red flag for for Trump. I mean, he needs to get people more optimistic about the economy. He needs, you know, sort of take charge and get things done with congress. And I think people want to see some compromise. They wanna be both sides working together. And that's especially true when get closer to that reelection. But but those bad numbers for policies that the kind of thing that would make her nervous does she does she concerned at all with the political winds are blowing or is this the kind of thing she's just going to ignore because she's like, you know, what I don't even care anymore. I'm just gonna keep on making sure that Trump loses as much as I can the bigger threats for Pelosi is those two dozen Democrats are so who are in districts and Trump carrot. You know, these are the Democrats have occasionally would say, look, why don't we work out a deal like live? Maybe we should come to the table and work with President Trump because every elections in in twenty twenty President Trump is still pretty popular. And border security is very popular in those Trump district. So you know, there's gonna be Pelosi's members continue to say down, and she's defined as the brand of the party of it's not gonna compromise with Trump. It's gonna hurt the these freshmen Democrats who've won by coming to Washington to compromise. But they're gonna be outsiders and work with Republicans. Well, that's not what happened in the last month. And these are the folks who take it on the chin and the next election. So what is Trump's strategy over the next three weeks? How does he explain those divisions within the party? Well, he needs to. I think when it comes to immigration the challenges for President Trump's was that he focused so much on the wall itself that he used to kind of broaden the subject to Ford or security, the talk about kind of a larger issue border security. I think that when he's talking about steel flats instead of just the wall, but I think he really needs to think of a more semantic level because you look at the polling Trump is on the public side when it comes to the border needs to be secure that you need to have a solid amount of enforcement. On the US Mexico border where he gets sort of on the wrong end of the pole is when he's so focused on the money for the wall itself, and that's more of a minority position. When you look at the national polls. So he needs to kind of broaden the issue of border security, not altogether. Not altogether surprising. When the national press corps spent a lot of time demagoguing the issue to begin with. It's too toxic for some people to to give just a neutral answer on. Josh. Thank you as always we're gonna have to have you back again soon to talk about all this. Thanks, Josh thinks all right. Eight twenty four w mail snow on the ground frost on the windows a chill in the air. And yet the ironic thing about winter in West Virginia is just how warm it makes you feel. It's that incredible.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"One. When Clarence Thomas is apparent glide path to confirmation was interrupted by Nita hills. Claim of sexual harassment in the workplace what followed was the all male Senate Judiciary committee's callous treatment of hill. Helping to usher in one thousand nine hundred you're the woman at the ballot box as time magazine illustrated, the specter of the Thomas hearings now hang over supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. Now, that's psychologist Christine Blasi Ford has accused him of sexually assaulting her at a party when they were teenagers late yesterday Ford and the committee tentatively agreed that she would testify on Thursday. There's still working out the details for what could be one of those national stop what you're doing events and watch of note as of last night four people that Ford has said, we're at the party with her including Tavano have said they have no recollection of being there. The caddo nomination is issue. One for conservatives and evangelical and there is a nine. Fear among some Republicans that have cavenaugh goes down Republican candidates could pay a steeper price in November. Then they're already facing which brings us to our NBC news Wall Street Journal poll out this morning, which indicates Republicans already have good reason to be worried about November our poll found that among registered voters. They prefer Democrats by a whopping twelve points fifty to forty and if you're a close follower, the embassy Wall Street Journal poll, you know, that's a significant margin for our poets largest one we have ever had during the Trump presidency last month, the margin was eight points. And by the way a month before that it was six points as for President Trump. His numbers are remarkably steady fifty two percent of registered voters disapprove of his performance. Forty four percent approve. It's exactly where he was last month fifty to forty four as one of our pollsters. Bill mcinturff put these numbers are quote beyond week for Republicans. And that Americans are trying to send a signal that they're not satisfied with the way things are going in Washington. All of which helps explain why many congressional where? Republicans are watching the unfolding cavenaugh story with one eye in his prospects and another on their own in November. Red caviar fantastic, man. He was born for the US supreme court. He was born for it. And.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on WGTK
"The answer welcome back america is within his veiled warning it will do it again tomorrow but i want to conclude today with josh kraushaar of national journal hotlinejosh because he is one of the first aspide along with sean trendy transit suggest the republicans are not nearly as much trouble as they were even a month ago on my right josh crushhour your it has a lot hugh with the economy and uh every call not just talking about one call but the embassy wall street journal poll washington post survey fee cnn poll shows people are more confident of the economy does more harm than any other time since two thousand one and one of the most fascinating little tidbits from the nbc wall street journal poll is that democrats have a more positive the economy under trump right now than they did throughout the obama presidency so is it gonna save republicans in and of itself not necessarily but is it gonna help republicans have a fighting chance to uh certainly keep the senate and and even keep the house certainly i think i think their chances are much better than they were a month ago and josh this is where i think the key question will be in boaters mind are they going to separate congressional republicans from donald trump in other words there are a lot of people who don't like the present period they're never gonna change can those people say but you know the republicans did a good job with the tax reform bill and chuck schumer did a terrible job with the shutdown i really don't want nancy pelosi back as speaker is that happening that's a very viable theory and it's it's backed up by these polls that show congressional republican getting a more significant balance in in the last month or so that then president trump himself i'm almost like a lot of democrats of with a theories their little cautious when they look at the polling but one thing.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"1410 the patriots been a news build warning it we'll do it again tomorrow but i want to conclude today with josh kraushaar of national journal hotlinejosh because he is one of the first to spot along with sean trendy transit suggest the republicans are not nearly as much trouble as they were even a month ago on my right josh crushhour you're in it has a lot to hugh with the economy and uh every call not just talking about one pulp at the embassy wall street journal the washington post survey fee cnn poll shows people are more confident of the economy that more common than any other time since two thousand one and one of the most fascinating a little tidbits from the nbc wall street journal poll is that democrats have a more positive view of the economy under trump right now than they did throughout the obama presidency so why is it gonna save republicans in and of itself not necessarily but is it gonna help republicans have a fighting chance to uh certainly keep the senate and and even keep the house certainly i think i think their chances are much better than they were a month ago and josh this is where i think the key question will be in voters mind are they going to separate congressional repub bookings from donald trump in other words there are a lot of people who don't like to present period they're never gonna change can those people say but you know the republicans did a good job with the the tax reform bill and chuck schumer did a terrible job with the shutdown i really don't want nancy pelosi back as speaker is that happening very viable erie and it's backed up by the old that show correctional republican getting more significant down in the last longer so that when president trump could fell i hope look like a lot of democrats with a theory lear little cautious when they look at the polling but one thing that they derive either that there are a lot of people who don't want to say that they've even support conflict you can favourably but there's a little bit of a a bradley effective will you might get there either not that in in in the polling averages but maybe at three or four points to that people don't wanna say they like the.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And that kind of stuff uh that's the bracket however you're completely right about this there are good arguments against this tax bill and i've probably made them well with you uh how come they were good before they're not those good arguments the only one that the reason referencing that is a good argument they are so completely uh disqualified for making which is that it explodes the debt and deficit wealth pd you're not a very credible a democrat if you're gonna be talking about that after the last eight years let alone eight decades uh so uh these are not the good arguments they're trying to say that the we have received from the middle class and given to the rich that's not what is going on here at all it's just not i mean the best thing you can look for misery i one of the reasons why this thing has been covered so shabbily from the press um i i is that one i mean let's be honest it wasn't finalized some of these details be pill believe this right before passage of that you'd over than we found out last week about what the state and local tax deduction limits would be in that's kind of a big deal but another why don't you want which is why i think my friend and a lot of the polls were that were against it because they were predicated on absent information but rather only narratives pushed out from the left which has an eighty percent stronghold on the mainstream media given those were the dynamics these seemed to be poll findings that are very vulnerable to change i mean i was looked in here from james hamann h o h m a n end uh with washington post yet at peace after the daily to two it's entitled the tax bill is likely to become more popular after passage and he talks about the embassy wall street journal poll in the and of course cnn's polling in mom with university poll showing that it's not very very popular but then he writes this quote but here's the truth eight in ten americans will pay lower taxes next year according to the nonpartisan tax policy sensors analysis of the final bill and their leftleaning okay and then he goes on to say only five percent of people will actually pay more next year mostly those are folks who earned six figures and.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Filth offer any significant policy solution but i think that's right unfortunately the democrat talking points have been working to some extent uh there's new polling out showing that fifty percent of the country doesn't think they're going to get a tax cut under the current plan and not just all as you pointed out uh middle aged was going to be a says it's going to lead to some means you came at the deal the washington post says his face suffer just reading the snow power post um the daily tool to the tax bill is likely to become more popular if the passage here's how republicans plan sills by james havens built a two h m a in end just out today and he's talking about all the polls that seem to be uh you know filled with an opinion predicated on nonexistent information for instance he points out in an embassy wall street journal survey 24 percent of americans think the tax bill is a good idea versus forty one percent who believe it is a bad idea goes on to say opposition to the bill has popped 10 points in cnn's polling since last month with 55 percent now against the bill only twenty one percent say there'll be better off if the bill becomes law and then finally mama earth university poll finds that exactly half the country predicts that the federal taxes they pay will go up under the law but then the post goes on to say but here's the truth eight in ten americans will pay lower taxes next year according to the nonpartisan tax policy centres analysis of the final bill it's only five percent of people will pay more next year so the very tax policy center analysis that nancy pelosi said just yesterday is claiming that eighty million are going to suffer a tax increase has actually come out and said the direct opposite that eight in ten americans will pay lower taxes next year i'll tell you kiddo if the non let community doesn't know how to.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Daily tutu it's entitled the tax bill is likely to become more popular after passage and he talks about the embassy wall street journal poll and the and of course cnn's polling in the mom with university poll showing that it's not very very popular but then he writes this quote but here's the truth eight in ten americans will pay lower taxes next year according to the nonpartisan tax policy sensors analysis of the final bill and their leftleaning okay and then he goes on to say only five percent of people will actually pay more next year mostly those are folks who earned six figures and own expensive homes and places with high local taxes such as new york and california so very quickly matt welsh if the measure of proof let's say is along the lines of show me the money in a line from the jerry maguire movie in which ballplayer cuban gooding jr told manager tom cruise what he needed to see before he could believe anything if that's the measure then i guess folks will start liking the tax bill of maybe more once they fill out their own tax returns we do not agree that the question of how much and how about people look at that i mean george w bush at the end of his presidency uh was very unpopular though he signed into law two different tax cuts right so um if it if it's a marginal amount the gittler paying less uh they might not think about that as much as they think about their own strong personal opinion about the president and kind of unrelated performance however i think a lot of people are going to get pretty sizeable cuts of so i think there's definitely some a bounce up here and especially when compared against the nonstop hyperbole coming from the left not just about taxes but about net neutrality about about withdrawing from the paris climate accord about biz about that all these things when they failed to materialize in dead bodies floating down the street next to use um i think that these stories that makes people start to wonder so i wonder these guys are these guys been more than they can deliver i'm looking at the clock very quickly as mentioned.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Year two thousand and eighteen midterm elections you're take our i think it will aren't going up and democratic and a half and grapple with you know i'm assuming that when the tax cuts come to fruition and people start realizing they are going to have a tax cut democrats will fall back on that comfortable line about well we're just gonna impeach president trump uh and and and filth offer any significant policy solution but i think that's right unfortunately the democrat talking points have been working to some extent uh there's new polling out showing that fifty percent of the country doesn't think they're going to get a tax cut under the current plan and not just all as you pointed out uh middle aged was going to the else's faiza gonna love this means you came at the washington post says his fails suffer just reading the snow power posed um the daily tool to the tax bill is likely to become more popular after passage hughes how republicans play sills by james homes built h u g h m a in in just out today and he he's talking about all the polls that seem to be uh you know filled with an opinion predicated on nonexistent information for instance he points out in an embassy wall street journal survey 24 percent of americans think the tax bill is a good idea versus forty one percent who believe it is a bad idea goes on to say opposition to the bill has popped 10 points and cnn's polling since last month with 55 percent now against the bill only twenty one percent say there will be better off if the bill becomes law and then finally mama university poll finds that exactly half the country predicts that the federal taxes they pay will go up under the law but then the pulse goes on to say but here's the truth eight in ten americans will pay lower taxes next year according to the nonpartisan tax policy centres analysis of the final bill your ads only five percent of people who pay more next year so the very tax policy center analysis that nancy pelosi said just yesterday is claiming that eighty million are going to suffer a tax increase has actually come out and said the direct opposite that eight in ten americans will pay lower taxes next year i'll tell you kiddo if the non let community doesn't know how to appropriately club this lady over the figurative head with this over.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The stock market you have one choice in portland the money station am 1410 kbnp the mclarens lung of the spill off from automobile firm with visit willie was going on as it may be morgan very modest tax and some people getting a tax increase while a lot of this is also joining business but it's not the end of the world now it is the end of guy this health healthcare that vega on health care is life death this is armageddon i this is a very big deal because you know why is really a very hard way to come back from this they take us further more deeply into debt they contend that they're out gift to corporate america trillion and a half dollars will be paid for by the growth that creates an even their own people say nonsense not true so let's be truthful with the american people about that they throw a few crumbs sooner milk class with they give with one hand they take away and bounty with the other but right now as we speak nancy pelosi perhaps having difficulty juggling both her colostomy bag and her drool cup um is apparently missing a few points because even as she makes these claims these were few weeks ago but the pretty much the theme of what you're saying is that he is well washington post reports as i now speak the tax bill is likely to become more popular after passage and here's how republicans plan to sell it and what they point out our number polls uh by the way member years alan nathan the middle to moderate this is indeed the uae's as for those who have an aversion to the left right blackwhite twodimensional broach one always remember that but doubt this article also points out how in an embassy wall street journal survey 24 percent of americans think the tax bills good versus forty one percent who believe it's a bad idea another one is having to do with cnn's polling um showing that you know the bill a pop ten points with 55 percent now against the bill only twenty one percent saying they're going to be better off if it becomes law are 37 percent saying that the family would be worth worst off the.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"No i guess bottom line is this sustainable louis be back a year from now two years from now with a major fix it is is certainly sustainable as good tax policy we needed a more competitive tax system on the corporate side but we will be back with another tax bill in a few years there's much more the american tax code and frankly the budget needs to do this is not the last g an hour a wave of outrageous tax avoidance and the mass demands that people do something because this is a nightmare bill we will find out thank you both the only african american woman in this white house has a senior staff an assistant to the president i think the blue again comfortable upset me deeply it emotionally that is affected my community and my people i'm orosa out at the white house will she be the first at the end of the year many more to come we will find out and we're going to be looking for her book i guess as well but we're gonna talk now on the round table in wringing our chief political analyst matthew dowd are senior congressional correspondent mary bruce also julie pace the washington bureau chief for the associated press sarah fagan served as political affairs direction the bush white house now cnbc contributor and patrick guests park political affairs director in the obama white house incoming president the open society foundation met let me begin with the textile i'm gonna put up a chart to begin with it shows a polling averaged for major legislation over last generation or show you look back and he keeps scrolling in swirling and scrolling down you finally get to that gop tax bill 32 percent support right now bottomed out only by the gop healthcare bill that would suggest democratic hopes unit this bill passes but i'm also struck this morning uh president trump's approval rating taking up in the embassy wall street journal pull up to forty one percent republicans coming home excited by the idea tax cuts.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on KOIL
"From abc news this week here now she factor george stephanopoulos wearing talk out on the round table any wringing our chief political analyst matthew dowd are senior congressional correspondent mary bruce also julie pace the washington bureau chief for the associated press sarah fagan served as political affairs director in the bush white house now cnbc contributor and patrick gaspart political affairs director in the obama white house incoming president the open society foundation let me begin with a text we're going to put up a chart to begin with shows a polling average for major legislation over the last generation and he keeps rolling in swirling and scrolling down you finally get to that gop tax bill thirty two percent support right now bottomed out only by the gop healthcare bill that would suggest democratic hopes unit this bill passes but i'm also struck this morning president trump's approval rating taking up in the embassy wall street journal poll up to forty one percent republicans coming home excited by the idea tax cut so here from now plus or minus for the gop minus big minus in you just look at the polling it is i think what's happened is the american public has obviously figure it out that this tax bill is not tech support vacation desai fundamentally tax reform and it's not fundamentally helping the middle class or the working class of the country they figured that out which is why there overwhelmingly negative about this when you look at this as a dynamic politically stephen taking away the substantive problem of it politically you have an on very unpopular president the president's lowest of any president it's been at this point in his term pushing very unpopular bill through a very unpopular congress that is not a recipe for success in the term i don't agree with that at all that analysis i think some of the numbers that you put apple about the gop tax bill there is a problem in the party which is that the party is not popular when you test the individual provisions that are about to pass they are quite popular it is simplification it will grow the economy you're going to have a significant infusion of capital which is going to lead to more workers and higher wages and that will help the.
"embassy wall street journal" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Congress may be in jeopardy among registered voters 48 percent want to see democrats controlled congress supposed to forty one would prefer republican control similarly forty six percent and this to me is the more important number to focus on say they want more democrats to provide a check on president trump and congressional republicans while 28 percent agree with this statement saying that they want more republicans to help the president and republicans in congress one of our pollsters said some of the numbers he sing should serve as a quote flashing yellow light to republicans immi walter this is what you get paid to geneva for a living it's and seven points in the embassy wall street journal poll is a little more significant than when you see seven and other polls because we have such a tight screen is that tell you but it's still well number one it is still ridiculously early and i thought the congressional ballot tests becomes much more important as we get to the summer of next year and we're democrats ultimately would like to be is double digits even india wear sunscreen and should be able to hit that magic for takeover that said i think the flashing number in this dashboard that that it'll mcinturff is talking about is again this enthusiasm gap even in republican districts where republican voters in republican districts were supportive of their members now they're less supportive and the challenge here this is what the splitting of the party it's about and it's not just frustration with the president it's that the president is challenging his party every day in blaming them so if you're republican vote are you say let's see here they're not getting anything done there not helping the president washington's the swamp why should i go with vote for these people and somebody else answer that question why well i i think i agree the thing that you do double digit because if you look at the concentration of liberal voters that grocer voters they are in san francisco l l a new york chicago are highly concentrated so in the state populated resi donut witting nationally doesn't help you to oil you gotta you gotta cross walk it are you ready double digits stood for a victory for.
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"And they'd go on what it might be you think it would be good for the economy bad people go after you think about at the moment all without probably be bad for the economy one of its banned for the economy of tax a more don't be good for the economy is daksum less oh we can't do that they're rich and we're we're jealous we don't want to say that out loud but we're jealous and we want to take their money away from them he says in washington cutting taxes is the most important thing on the agenda wine because the republican party apparently is a whollyowned subsidiary of large multinational corporations and the richest zero point one percent of americans the people get it in an embassy wall street journal poll sixty two percent of those polled said taxes should go up on the wealthy and 55 percent said taxes should rise for corporations meanwhile fiftythree percent said their own tax you should stay where they are so see this guy is making he's making my argument that that that the richer paying all the taxes in the middle class is being hardly any but then he thinks that the rich ought to pay more this is classic liberalism this is warfare class warfare and so he's beaten up on a republicans and he just doesn't quite get it but we get it i understand it and i understand the way you stimulate the economy is you cut taxes on the people that are paying them on the people that are paying them that's the deal you're now the green bay packers packard's these folks mankahlana jenny the green bay packers are asking their fans to show solidarity with the nfl before tonight's game they released the statement and let me look i can give you excerpts from the blaze and everybody else but i got this they been right here here you want to hear the statement knees when sense although sympathy gafur i go so my head don't explode the nfl family is one of the most diverse communities in the world just look around the.
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"Does he have all the sender's them room and decide to talk about russia and how he believes it's fake news or uh you know how the news coverage is handling this uh second net you know now disclosed meeting with putin or we've seen in the past president trump in these settings not stay on target such as discussing his inauguration crowd size when he's with congressional leaders early on in his in his administration so i think the first thing is did is the president focused on this what did the president commit to these senators these republican senators about his additional investment that hasn't been apparent date into getting it done is there a real revival a of the repeal and replace bill that did not have the votes this week i'm an is there a plan if they do all walk the plank on repeal only uh that the president's going to provide them cover and immediately sort of put forth ideas for replacement plan that can actually garner support as lindsey graham said yesterday when he was asked he said it was as well what should happen next he's like you know i just would like to see a bill that the american people like and this is the last piece i just want to mention that i thought was fascinating in the embassy wall street journal poll that they did of trump counties uh the they did a survey of voters in counties donald trump won either that he won a by a much stronger showing the mitt romney had in in in 2012 therefore they called them sort of trump surge counties where romney may one the trump just significantly over performed romney by some twenty points or something in the in these counties so that's the base of the base and under the swing counties the the the trump counties that flip from obama in 2012 to trump in 2016 and uh.
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"They thought they were going to win they've been unbelievably nasty really nasty and they thought they spent close to thirty million dollars on this kid who forgot to live in the community that he was a number i'll tell you about the democrats i am make it a little bit hard to give this report but who cares as the president celebrating this the big republican win in this past week's georgia's congressional district the sixtest district the republican well with the only fifty two percent of the vote democrats it invested a lot of time and money in this race they hope for a win here so big setback for the democrats but whether this is a giant indicator of the twenty eight or mid term climate that's more debatable let's look here on the plus side for democrats they currently have an eightpoint advantage when voters were asked what do you want next year a democratic or republican congress democrats have an eightpoint edge right now in the embassy wall street journal poll comparable to two thousand six when the democrats took back the house a much bigger edge for democrats now than there were republicans had a 1994 and in twenty ted to huge years for republicans or democrats look at that feel reasonably confident heading into next year but there are some mixed signals again this is good for the democrats when you ask who's looking out for the middle class or who's better dealing with health care democrats have a big edge republicans minus thirteen points on the middle class question republicans minus seventeen points on whose best to deal with healthcare question so good news here for the democrats bought two issues that often dr voters whose best dealing with the economy whose best to shake up washington dc republicans have a good edge on those issues.