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"KFBK from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard Fingerpointing President Trump and local leaders in Portland, accusing each other inciting violence in the city leading to a deadly shooting ABC scandal. Whitworth is there. Portland's mayor blasting President Trump after a weekend of violent clashes in his city and the death of a right wing supporter. Do you seriously wonder? Mr President. Why This is the first time in decades that America has seen this level of violence. It's you the president firing back on Twitter, calling the mayor weak and pathetic. The Trump campaign today, continuing to push incorrectly that Democratic challenger Joe Biden wants to defend the police, and that the former vice president has not condemn violent protesters, which he is expected to do today during a rare public appearance in Pittsburgh. New guidelines for police discipline announced today in the nation's largest city for decades, the system for disciplining Aaron police officers and the NYPD was inconsistent and secretive. Mayor Bill de Blasio wanted to change that. We wanted to be clear that when certain actions were taken Certain mistakes are made that there will be accountability, new guidelines standardized punishment for everything from use of a chokehold and wrongful use of deadly force to drunk driving in domestic violence, the police commissioner would still have final say over severity and duration of punishment. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK The D. C Circuit Court of Appeals denying an effort by former National Security advisor Michael Flynn and the Justice Department to force a district judge to dismiss his criminal case. The Corona virus pandemic once again impacting sports this time, it's the U. S open taking place in New York The first Grand Slam tennis of Census pandemic started is scheduled to begin here today. And even with all the strict safety guidelines, AH.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on KOMO
"We will move on to issue two crime and suburbia. I will always be a police officer. Why Ultimately, as I learned from a former boss. When you know it's kind of go, you know. Seattle police chief Common Best resigned this week, protesting What she said was quote the overarching lack of respect for the officers. The men and women who work so hard day in and day out, unquote. Nests. Resignation follows the Seattle Council decision to cut the police Department budget by $4 million or roughly 1% a demand of liberal activists. The cuts follow weeks of black lives matter. Protests. Adam. It's spiking violent crime rates and major U. S. Cities. Best resignation adds Another twist to the political debate over the future of policing in America evincing as much President Trump on Wednesday suggested the Democratic policies on policing would encourage suburban women to vote for him. Whole suggest a majority of suburban female voters currently support Joe Biden. Elinor your thoughts on the Trump campaign's belief that perhaps crime and security will play into the president having to November The president just didn't say suburban women would vote for him. He said Suburban housewives would vote for him. There aren't that many women in suburbia these days who call themselves Housewives that's really retro gate. And then he he added to that, Ah, that these suburban women like his policies, because if you elect by You're going to get Cory Booker heading up policy. I don't think they're doing anything to conceal the racist appeal that they're trying to make here now about the police chief. I have huge sympathy for this woman. She was doing a great job. The community loved her. She felt that she could not take the foot. The funding cut that was proposed the black lives matter. Activists in that area also objected to the funding cut. They don't they? They called it a Performative act because it doesn't improve police and if they said, we're cutting the policing, but we're improving social services by this about money where We're gonna set up, you know, adolescent counseling session centers or whatever. So nobody likes this, And it's a complete Ah, bastardization, frankly of of the whole defending At least movement Pat There is this challenge. I think that certainly Democratic mayors there facing and in cities that they run, where violent crime places like New York and Chicago is significantly up even from My levels in the eyes of Chicago before you know this this summer of mayhem, if you will, you know, how do you see it playing out? First, I think, defund the police, this sort of self explanatory to me. Maybe there's some subtle meaning in there. Let me see this Tom. They're two forms of violence and crime that have suddenly sort of coalescing together. First is like what happened in Washington, D C Block party. 20 people are shot to death by four shooters coming in. It's things like these massacres that occurred like Chicago with the dead like New York have got more dead up there this this by August 5th And they had all of last year. That's one Have much after George Floor died. What is happening now is you're getting a rising public reaction. There was a story this morning in the post Richmond in the black community around the Robert E. Lee statue. We should cut it out. Stop every night through breaking windows, destroying things looting you destroying the community. We live here and people are getting threat up in sick of this now. 2.5 more months of that. I think law and order and crime are going to be the kind of issue they were in 1968 1st of all, crime is up in Republican cities, too. I will point that out. I'm happy to go over after the show give you the statistics climbers up everywhere this summer, a largely because of the pandemic, but also because that's um Internal problems. Chicago's problems, which have been quite a bit about are indeed manifest and a lot of it is really internal. There is a push to get more law enforcement but also a push to get more social services. What do our kids do when they get home from school? What do we owe these folks do when they get out of prison where they've been? Hell? Perhaps because I couldn't make bail. People who live in cities have already made the concession that they will pay more taxes. And they don't mind that, however, we expect for Children to get good public education in person, preferably We expect law enforcement to protect public safety and private property, and we expect social services to go to getting the homeless, the help they need. Daz process has completely broken down in American cities, and as a result, you're going to get a lot of white flight. It's inevitable and hearing about it in Los Angeles. I'm hearing about it on the Upper West Side, and quite frankly, What these communities with these urban communities, especially these communities of color, and what a lot of them are begging for is more not less more of the McLaughlin group After this.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But one thing that's important to know is that we think about Nonviolence versus self defense. It's very, very complex because even though Martin Luther King Jr is is America's apostle and a follower of Gandhi and believes in Nonviolence, there are always people around King who are trying to protect him and in demonstrations who actually are armed. They're not armed in the same way that say the Black Panthers would armed themselves later. But they're armed to actually protect and defend peaceful civil rights activists from racial terror and, of course, King famously had had armed guards around him in Montgomery, Alabama. After his home was firebombed during the bus boycott, 1955 56 inspired Rustin, who famously told him he couldn't have those armed guards if he wanted to live out the practice of Nonviolence, so King usually does not have his own people being armed. But when he's in the deep South Or a civil rights activist who actually are armed and at times protecting him. They're not necessarily connected to his Southern Christian leadership conference, but the movement always had people who were trying to protect Peaceful demonstrators against racial terror. So what was King's response to Malcolm X his argument against non violent civil disobedience? Well, King has several responses mean one is that non violence is both a moral and political strategy. So the morality and the religious argument is that black people could not succumb to enemy politics and this idea that we think about white racism we would become A cz bad as the people who were pressing so he pushes back against that politically, he says, Well, there there aren't enough black people even if they armed themselves, toe win some kind of armed conflict and struggle. And finally, he says, There's a great speech in 1963 in Los Angeles, where he's really doesn't mention Malcolm X. But he's speaking out against Malcolm X in terms of what's happening in Birmingham, and Malcolm has called him an uncle Tom. In all kinds of names. He says that non violence is the weapon of strength is the weapon of people who are powerful and courageous and brave and heroic and discipline. It's not the weapon of the weak because we're going to use this nonviolent strategy to actually transform the United States of America against its own will. So this is where I In the book, I say Malcolm is Black America's prosecuting attorney. He's prosecuting White America for a Siri's of crimes against black humanity that date back to racial slavery. Dr King. Is Black, America's defense attorney, but he's injured. He's very interesting. He defends both both sides of the color line. Hey, defends black people toe white people and tells white people that black people don't want black supremacy. They don't want reverse racism. They don't want revenge. For racial slavery and Jim Crow segregation. They just want to be included in the body politick and have citizenship. But he also defends white people, two black people He's constantly telling, especially as the movement gets further radicalized black people that white people are good people that white people we can redeem the souls of the nation and we have white allies who have fought and struggled and died with us to achieve black citizenship. So it's very interesting the way the roles they both play. But over time after Malcolm's assassination, one of the biggest ironies and transformations is that King becomes Black America's prosecuting attorney. Do you think that King's tactics and Malcolm X is tactics? Complemented each other. And so it was like you can change because of civil disobedience, or you can change because of more violence that of protests. You know, Organized by Malcolm X, So change is inevitable, You know, Choose which one you want to respond to you. Absolutely. I think that they serve as each other's alter ego overtime. I think, by the time Malcolm X becomes a national figure in 1959 after the documentary series they hate the hate produced We see them, going back and forth in terms of their their notoriety, increases their political power and organizing immobilizing capacity increases. But Malcolm injects a political radicalism on the national scene. That absolutely makes Dr King and his movement much more palatable to mainstream Americans. And especially, you know, when we think about the White House, the Kennedy administration is very very and then Johnson administrations are aware of Malcolm X. They're aware of the Racial unrest that we usually think begins in Harlem but really begins in Birmingham with the mother's Day political rebellion in Birmingham and then forces are sent in to try to quell that rebellion. So they absolutely servas each other's alter ego. And one of the biggest examples and exemplars of this is that in 1963 which is really a revolutionary year, even though there's no political legislation, passed in 63 63 is why we get the Civil Rights Act of 64. And the Voting Rights Act of 65 there. Hundreds of racial protests, demonstrations happening all around the United States and 63 from Philadelphia to Greenwood, Mississippi. Toe Los Angeles, California. TOE. Washington D. C in the march on Washington and Malcolm X is in Washington D. C at the same time that Dr King is in Birmingham and Birmingham is going to radicalize both Malcolm and Martin in different ways. Malcolm comes to see because of Birmingham that he wants to be even more actively involved in the civil rights movement. It's both because one of his friends was killed by the police in 62 by the LAPD. Ronald Stokes, a black, a member of the nation of Islam, and it's also because of what he sees and Birmingham. He says that black people have the right to defend themselves. Against two legged and four legged dogs that are attacking them in for me, and that's a very famous Malcolm quip. Malcolm has all these famous quips and the four legged dogs of the German shepherds that the law enforcement has unleashed on peaceful demonstrators in Birmingham, Alabama..
"fingerpointing" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Expressing their son. Board for the Black Lives matter Movement in Georgia just by Tensions boiling over as armed men faced off with counter demonstrators in the city of Stone Mountain. The initial rally planned by a group with ties to a white supremacist, was to defend a granite carving of Confederate leaders at a nearby park. But it's hundreds packed the streets counter demonstrators appeared to burn a Confederate flag held by right wing activists. Police in the Georgia National Guard moving in to break up the crowds. Another violent clash in Portland, Oregon, or police there used crowd control munition. Aeons to break up a group of protesters outside a city county building housing some police officers, police say protesters threw rocks, glass bottles and other objects at officers. Civil rights activists. Ruby Bridges has written a Children's book inspired by the Black lives matter, Protests and demonstrations happening all around the world. More details from CBS Is Alison Keys, a book This is your Time tells about the past battle for civil rights and sends a positive message for the future. The book will come out in November that 60 years after bridges made history at the age of six by becoming the first black student at an all White elementary school in New Orleans. She walked past crowd screaming racist slurs. The book is an open letter from bridges to young readers and includes images from the 19 sixties and recent events. Alison Keys. CBS News. It's 12 19 A US brokered peace agreement, starting to take shape in the Middle East, Israel and the United Arab Emirates established direct telephone service under their new peace deal. So Israelis are already calling hotels and Dubai and getting a warm welcome would be very much looking for right. If you come to stay with us way will be happy to give you a four deeper said discount phone service and tourism Our first steps toward full diplomatic ties. Robert Burger CBS News Jerusalem Lebanon's president is interviewed for the first time since a massive explosion devastated a part of Beirut. The leader tells of French television station that the probe into the massive explosion was very complex and won't be finished quickly. He also said he won't give into calls for his resignation, saying it would create a dangerous power vacuum. Meanwhile, more than 160 people were killed and thousands more injured when a fire ignited nearly 3000 tonnes. Ammonium nitrate stored on the city's waterfront. President Trump is now weighing a pardon for a major leaguer of U. S Intelligence Man. Mr. Trump previously said he wanted executed Tom Cody a presidential pardon for Edward Snowden. He's the former spy agency contractor who spilled a lot of very sensitive beans and has been in exile in Russia ever since. President Trump says he's thinking about it. There are several people of great note in the Republican Party and a civil libertarian community that have praised Rodent for revealing the scope of US digital surveillance most domestically and internationally. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, perhaps being the most noteworthy, CBS News, National security consultant. Jeff McCausland, Tom Foodie, CBS NEWS Washington.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"This from the epf the ice as a person contact the agency which concerns about the suspected florida school shooter but failed to investigate gene is working on that right now we'll get some details in just a moment but right now let's go live now into our nation's capitol president trump saying he is headed to florida today to meet with victims of the deadly school shooting justin gray reporting from washington that right now we're president trump has pledged to make school safer justin yeah he's told us that's what he plans to do he also said in a tweet this morning that he is working with congress on that issue is we don't know what that means we don't know what he's actually proposing to do he hasn't said any specific so what that can be so everybody sorta watching and waiting also congress has gone they left thursday day so no one really here work knee on anything that we know of in the halls of congress and back congress is as we've seen in past shootings pretty much routine when it comes to these kind of issues democrats call for gun legislation speaker ryan says we're not taking that up so curious to see what he is working on with congress seemed like yesterday they were just standing on their sides of the aisle fingerpointing and not doing any conversation now they leave i mean is there any signal to think that they're gonna do anything about this odds riyadh is absolutely not there is nothing that's really change you have the same situation as a we've added and other mask tragedies where you have democrats say we want some new legislation for background checks for assault rifle banned for a bump stock ban and then you have the majority the republicans saying that's not going to help the we we hear that over and over we interviewed on several members of congress from several different states yesterday and they said you know we have laws on the books we have to focus on the laws that are on the books and enforce them better so as the same lines we've seen from both parties in past tragedy he's like these justin angry now from washington thank you so much for joining us just don't wanna get to now too gene wexler who is.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on KTRH
"The fingerpointing on capitol hill one thing remains clear senate democrats are and yet you know he turns around when there's a republican president in the white house and does the exact same thing bob solaire with the national republican senatorial committee hopes voters remember who was ultimately are and yet you know he turns around when there's a republican president in the white house and does the exact same thing bobsleigher with the national republican senatorial committee hopes voters remember who was ultimately emigrants seeking reelection in trump held states nick rank of its newsradio 740 ktrh and from schumer senator schumer and minority leader says his offered to fund a border wall is now been withdrawn it's gonna force republicans like south carolina's lindsey graham to come up with a new deal if senator schumer take something out the table i'm sure the we'll take something off the table it's called negotiation courtesy call a us border watches combo if senator schumer take something off the table i'm sure though we'll take something off the table miss called negotiation courtesy call your a us border watches confidence as several wall prototypes that are now sitting out in the desert that's not going to be the end of it all african football and nobody in washington on either political party really break about the american people break about bin failed perfect vat reelection in the take about what they look like on tv yeah the white house fired back to its schumer saying no deal ever existed in the president's still insists border wall funding is key to any deal that he does on daca our news time now 705 well ending the government shutdown couldn't have come at a better time for taxpayers because now you can file your return and no that is going to get answered at least until february eighth then which we might shut down again who knows the new tax laws prakit so um could still cause some delays right now a lot of the irs resources are dedicated to writing regulations in changing forms to accommodate the near tax laws and brackets and they're asking for even more resources even with the recent threeday shutdown however tax attorney rebecca walser is a little concerned the fighting digress through february eighth and if it happens again i dare say that i would impact ira operation she says we should be okay as long as there's not another shutdown now through tax day.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Come on these after hours with lorries with lot of you weighing in with our latest show poll if you're the cavaliers considering that there is a line of fingerpointing the defense stinks it's even worse than last year there on another skid and there's no guarantee your guaranteed they're going to be able to flipped the switch we've been asking you you're the cavaliers facing the nba trade deadline which comes up not that long after the all star break thankfully teams are almost at the all star break as they need a break that's part of the problem but his irritated with everybody else they've been spending way too much time together since october but if you're the cavaliers do you make a trade like they've done the last several seasons beefing up the roster at the deadline bringing in a veteran or role player who can help think about it jr smith kyle korver channing frye these are all guys richard jefferson i can remember when he joined the team but they brought a bunch of of veterans who could help them get to three straight nba finals and win in two thousand sixteen so do you make another trade and go for it and think you know what were third in the eastern conference we we still have lebrun we've got a couple of different allstars isaiah thomas is trying to work back into form after being out since may or june and it's not that bad you know this guy is not falling the titanic is not thinking it's not that bad it's just a rough stretch we got a lot of injuries we don't get a chance to practice together a ton we're not going to fly off the handle do you make a trade do you say we're still very much in this or do you start thinking about the future but brian james may depart after the season is over do you use that very high first round draft pick that you've got through the celtics for the cairo irving trade and say you.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In wbz radio in boston a government shutdown is underway and so is the fingerpointing in fact abc's lana zak says everyone is playing the blame gam publicans and democrats speaking from the senate floor as the government officially shutdown seemed to be in agreement that this course of events is regrettable m could have been avoided republican senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said almost everybody on both sides doesn't understand why we ended up here and democratic minority leader chuck schumer said this is no way to run a government but both our finger pointing out the other team even as they say they will continue to negotiate throughout the weekend wanna zak abc news the capital so the million dollar question that many people are asking what's open and what closed during this partial government shutdown while i can tell you the mail is still getting delivered social security checks are also being processed a medicare and medicaid programs are still running veteran's hospitals are operating as well a big difference this time around is that monuments in part of most national parks those will remain open during this shut down airports are still operating but you could run into some delays trains including amtrak are also in business only essential government employees will report to work that means most federal agencies and departments are closed for now the ire as for example is expected to furlough eighty seven percent of its employees locally senator ed markey is blaming president trump for the shutdown you your job in the work of gold wrote her do your job mr president down resolve these issues everyone understands them and then we can have a permanent budget for the rest of this year and permanent protections that are given to the dreamers uh rather than allowing them to continue to live in the tara in a statement congressman jail kennedy says constituents deserve better than a government that is constantly on the brain can he blames republicans because they control the housesenate an presidency new hampshire senators jeanne shaheen and maggie house in both issued a joint statement they remain rather encouraged by the conversations they have had with bipartisan groups of senators and believe an agreement is within reach in other news a wheels are.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Jake i talked to the white house official just a short time ago and they do feel confident of those votes in the house like you mentioned they do believe that the freedom caucus members will be on board it'll take one call from the president to get them on board they believe but it is a concern among the senators in the house democratic senators in the house mark short the legislative director here at the white house a told me earlier that they simply do not know if they have those ten votes but jake after a day of all of this one thing here is clear the president and the white house or at the very centre of this confusion and fingerpointing over one of the most basic functions of government that's keeping it open on the eve of the potential government shutdown president trump trying to place blame on democrats i really believe the democrats wanted to shut down to get off the subject of the tax cuts because it works so well never mind that republicans are in charge at the white house and on capitol hill but at times today it was difficult to tell as the president openly contradicted the gop strategy to fund the government passed a friday deadline president sparking confusion when he said the children's health insurance or chip should be part of a longterm solution not a thirty day or shortterm extension but that's exactly what republican leaders are trying to do hoping to persuade democrats to vote for the spending bill by including money for the children's health program for six more years flat sweetener left house democratic leader nancy pelosi sour and unusually colorful this is like giving you.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on No Agenda
"Unsuccessful ride rider and then they can say hey i chose drives on the record on the record i voted for the new thing but nobody else wanted it so that's bull crap matt good point irs at unsuccessfully tried to scrap it look the president the president orders stop tweeting and start leading the american people for leader there is your bumper sticker status we can start leading area this i mean mean that was a good what does very it look the president the president orders stop tweeting and start leading the american people along for leadership not divisiveness not fingerpointing not name calling tennessee republican bob corker agreed some but you're right answer way the president also lashed out at prosecutions against terrorist suspects and said he would consider sending saiful oh saipa of to the military prison in guantanamo bay cuba that we need strong justice much quicker and much stronger then we have right now what we have right now is a joke laughing so i wanna thank the terrorism prosecutors and investigators in my office just hours later saipa of was charged in federal court acting us attorney june kim folks in that unit forking with the fbi the nypd the gatt out have a long an unblemished track record for successfully investigating and prosecuting domestic and international terrorists with saipa charged in federal court moving him to guantanamo appears off the table by way of explanation the white house said the president was merely venting his frustration and will not be proposing new ways to prosecute terrorism cases of what i'm hearing here is a legal battle that is being set up i don't think it's over at all.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on WSB-AM
"President or to stop tweeting and start leading the american people long for leadership not divisiveness not fingerpointing not name calling tennessee republican bob corker agreed need again i don't think wavering the president also lashed out at prosecutions against terror suspects and said he would consider sending saiful oh saipa of to the military prison in guantanamo bay cuba and we need strong just as much quicker and much stronger than we have right now twists what we have right now is a joke and it's a laughing stock i wanna thank the terrorism prosecutors and investigators in my office just hours later saipa was charged in federal court acting us attorney june kim the votes in that unit working with the fbi the nypd the jcd have heavy long and on blemish track record of successfully investigating and prosecuting domestic and international terrorists with slap off charged in federal court moving him to guantanamo appears off the table by way of explanation the white house said the president was merely venting his frustration and will not be proposing new ways to prosecute terrorism case sent major garrett of the white house wsb news time is four forty nine the only five day forecast on atlanta radio accurate and dependable on news.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Cbs news i'm jim chenevey president trump tweeted tonight that he'd like to see accused new york terrorists i follow saipa faced the death penalty for his bike path attack that left eight dead a dozen seriously hurt mr trump says he'll be going to congress to ask them to immediately begin work to terminate the divers sadi immigrant visa program which brought saipa to the us cbs' major garrett on twitter the president referred to the diversity lottery as a chuck schumer beauty the senate minority leader did support the program would it was signed into law by george herbert walker bush but in two thousand thirteen schumer was part of a group of senators that unsuccessfully tried to scrap it the president or to stop tweeting and start leading the american people long for leadership not divisiveness not fingerpointing not name calling tennessee republican bob corker agreed and i don't know iran's away schumer accused the president of politicising tuesday's terror attack republicans accuse schumer of politicizing the las vegas concert shooting house republicans are expected to release details of their tax reform legislation thursday now few details are known at this point accepted the bill will not affect 401 k savings in will maintain a top tax bracket specifically four million dollarplus wagerners more from wtop state mcconnell as far as the corporate tax rate that is something that has been promised as from thirty five you're twenty percent ways and means chairman kevin brady said that still on track but he said it could take several steps to do that now whether that means would part of this will be only temporary port while it's on clear but ice baraize lowering the corporate rates that seems to be the state of play right now the president expected to name his choice to head the federal reserve thursday cbs's bill rehkopf despite calling current chair janet yellen a great person mr trump has not committed to keeping a wron is head of the.
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"Details of terms and conditions who wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio suad watch never stops cbs news i'm jim chenevey president trump tweeted tonight that he'd like to see accused new york terrorists i follow saipa faced the death penalty for his bike path attack that left eight dead a dozen seriously hurt mr trump says he'll be going to congress to ask them to immediately begin work to terminate the diversity immigrant visa program which brought side bob to the us cbs' major garrett on twitter the president referred to the diversity lottery as a chuck schumer beauty the senate minority leader did support the program would it was signed into law by george herbert walker bush but in two thousand thirteen schumer was part of a group of senators that unsuccessfully lead tried to scrap it the president or to stop tweeting and start leading the american people long for leadership not divisiveness not fingerpointing not name calling tennessee republican bob corker agreed you're right away schumer accused the president of politicising tuesday's terror attack republicans accuse schumer of politicizing the las vegas concert shooting house republicans are expected to release details of their tax reform legislation thursday now few details are known at this point accepted the bill will not affect 401 k savings and will maintain a top tax bracket specifically for milk dollarplus wagerners more from wtop stayed mcconnell as far as the corporate tax rate that is something that has been promised as from thirty five you're twenty percent ways and means chairman kevin brady that still on track but he says it could take several steps to do that now whether that means departure this will be only temporary port while is on clear but ice borraiz lowering the corporate rates that seems to.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You sir uh i and by the way i just wanted to say i love your up nicknamed four friend on the left and eeking out the left yeah i know it you know it's funny about that just for to set by a little long when i first came in radio and i created these nicknames some of the very harsh but the purpose was to humiliate and mock these people nobody did and i was warned and mr produce will tell you this he's been with me since day one i was warned not to do it that i'm likely to upset very powerful people in the be a lot of pressure on me but i kept doing and now everybody everybody copies that and that's okay but i just wanted you to know when i started doing it a wasn't so easy anyway go right ahead i can only imagine and speaking of the left good i long help but believe that if they are accusing you of being thumping or doing thumping ninety nine times out of a hundred they are guilty of that of which they are accusing un sometimes to a greater degree and the trump gauthier is a perfect example of that for all the fingerpointing that we heard you know trump and rapid trump and russia look who's pattern note to the kremlin hillary clinton it barack obama is the dnc and it unfortunately the main three media and it me to know that these people will not be held accountable by the mainstream media what are the most powerful enter teeth in this country and they do no good you're so right and the big media are part of the russian propaganda operation i don't mean they're sitting down and signing deals i mean by conduct them themselves the way that they half by working with the kinds of people that they work with the that is the clinton campaign and the democrat party they have become indirectly of course but they had become mouthpieces for the russian government they really have and then as.
"fingerpointing" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The austin texas police department is pulling hundreds of patrol cars off the street because of problems with carbon monoxide exhaust leaking into the vehicles from member station k you t nathan vernay reports the problem was first identified in march when a police officer said he passed out while driving his patrol vehicle of ford explorer suv since then dozens of officers have complained and twenty tested positive for carbon monoxide in their blood austin's interim police chief brian manly now says they're pulling all therefore it explores off the street almost four hundred of them though oh you use old crown victoria's for now and put two officers in each vehicle instead of one obviously having officers doubled up may have an impact on a response times the national highway traffic safety administration announced this week its expanding its probe into ford explorers leaking exhaust into the cabin for npr news i'm nathan burnia in austin texas senate majority leader mitch mcconnell who has led the senate effort to repeal and replace the affordable care act says it's time to move on the sevenyearlong republican crusade has ended four now with hard feelings and fingerpointing between congressional leaders and the white house you're listening to npr the us food and drug administration is launching an effort to lower nicotine levels in cigarettes the fda will seek public comments as it works to develop the new regulations aimed at lessening cigarettes addictive levels fda commissioner scotts gottlieb who announced the plan friday said the agency will give each cigarette makers more time for a review of the products already on the market new wildfires are popping up in montana as the west deals with intense drought conditions montana public radio's eric whitney reports the latest data indicated that most of montana is now abnormally dry in more than ten percent of the state is experiencing exceptional drought joe sampson is on a firefighting team in the town of lincoln he says grasses and other registration in previously burnt areas are slowing growth on some fires but the rapidly drying out as we transition through weeks to come in days to come those feels will become a real will to roll so they will carry fall new fires are being started both by lightning in by windy carrying embers from existing fires into new areas more than three thousand people from across the.
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"Lee sunny it is eighty five degrees right now at o'hare senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has his work cut out for them he released the republican health care plan today called it a discussion measure a discuss shen plan from which they would continue to work already four republican senators say they oppose it they're ted cruz of texas ron johnson of wisconsin mike lee of utah and here's rand paul from kentucky we cannot support the current bill we're open to negotiation but we want the bill to look more like a repeal the open to negotiation part is significant mcconnell has said that he wants to vote next week he can only afford a couple of defections there are no tapes president trump tweeting today he did not taped conversations with then fbi director james comey forty one days after initially tweeting the cold me had better hope there were no tapes white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders refused to elaborate on the tweet defending the delay in revealing there are no recordings abc news asking her why the game on others again again his answer the question he gave it town in the frame that which he would need it that he said about the end of this week in that she says she thinks that he does not think i should say that the president's original intent was to threaten the former fbi director he had faced a congressional deadline of tomorrow of turning over eighty tapes downstate man has been charged with threatening the president joseph lynn picket of downstate edwardsville charged after several online post said that he wanted to assassinate president trump house democratic leader nancy pelosi said she's confident she's got this gordon or caucus despite fingerpointing and frustration after the democrats lost that special election in georgia this week democrats invested millions but jon ossoff lost to republican and that's drawn criticism of pelosi from her fellow democrats in springfield lawmakers were back in special session today day two of the session but there are already done no progress to report democrat heather stain says a plan being pushed by republicans is not balanced because doesn't have a revenue so he only comprehensive budget proposal balance that is balanced that exists right now is something that the senate his past and his regards buys right now in the house of representatives and now that's where the negotiations need to be taking place republican say it does include reforms and an income tax hike little lake county.
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"The election for the hill dot com and she's on the komo news lie with us from georgia good to talk to you again so how are both sides during the results from last night terrible china to china managed expectation republicans obviously thrilled about having getting a great night having republican karen handel land and quoting about the fact that they're now four four for a special election and y you know democrats are disappointed obviously fingerpointing blaming some time it's each other a little bit play thing that they still higher store at gains they owe the performed a lot of republican districts so it's a little bit of a nick hearings on the democratic side talking about the fingerpointing i'm reading stories about some democrats who are saying that also simply didn't go hard enough on donald trump he tried to play the nice guy above the on the fact that he didn't live in the district could even vote for himself which republicans made a big deal out of he i often little story it was tough for him because in the primary he launched his campaign ah that make trump curious campaign and you know when you get the general you have to appeal to moderate the and in a district lake suburban one in georgia it's a lotta republican voters than he took ten middle of the road approach and didn't tire ruffling feathers played it pretty safe and some people are calling out of that and it's just the party kind of in a riot they're trying to figure out how hard yield against trump how much even mentioned trump and clearly they haven't figure that out yet just given the lack of renewal they've been able to have any special election so lease in a district that has always gone republican the fact that it's under four four percent that separated the republican from the democrat there's something to be said for that isn't there i'll definitely i love it's not an election detach ever democrat republican they're trying to say you know and you keep more than loyal victory that needs to be actual victory that i'm sure many democrats feel outweigh play this is still upon the thing sign for democrats going it twenty eighteen and love the thought that each eight care caraman hillsdale lead the effort.