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Ep. 350 Gov. Gina Raimondo
"And now from Luminary Media and the University of Chicago the Institute of Politics The axle with your host David Axelrod the extra listeners saying when he came to this country he basically worked all day and then we'll go to the public library at night and accepted him as an immigrant. So here's an interesting story David I learned this just recently my grandfather cert- my mother's father welcome to the X.. Files to the Institute of Politics I am Marie Raimondo absolutely tell me about your family and how the came here first of all thank you thank you for having me and I'm together and I grew up Sunday's listening to Italian radio and learning how to cook and I grew up listening to stories from my grandfather free on luminary hope you'll join US luminary for the rest of this conversation and more download the APP or go to luminary dot link slash the learn English and that as I've become more involved in public life that story motivates me because the thing is the library was open at night and fouls that's luminary dot link slashed the X. Files and now here's my conversation with Governor Gina Raimondo Yeah my grandparents on both my parents side came when they were teenagers alone from Italy and landed on atwells avenue in province it's Rhode Island and I actually grew up with my grandfather in in our house after his wife died we took him into our house there wasn't a lot of space who lived in the House with US served in the First World War we recently saw his enlistment papers at the time he served you and that it's true and in fact when I brought my then boyfriend now husband home his name's Andy Kids but anyway I grew up in Rhode Island my mom still lives in the House that I grew up in the youngest of three kids toby your grandparents brand is available for him and he went public school and you know basic things public library's public schools to mention the name of the country ears as a quote Unquote illegal-immigrant that's my story that's my family and he was then went on in Michigan when I brought him home for the first time my mother insisted on calling him anthony a few times but you know not an expert on ethnic names but yours sounds very Italian there you go you went out on a limb with this in this segment we talk about what inspired her to get into public service what Democrats both statewide and nationally can learn from the successful governors who ran into Mary podcast network. This conversation is one of many incredible guests we featured recently on the X. Files as a reminder new full length episodes of the X. Files are now available at thank you guys for all being here you know we I probably describe my family's very Italian my mother is to subpoena my father's Giuseppi Jason Our house but there was a lot of love and good food and noise they were six of us all crammed into a little house my brother and my grandpa shared a room in any way off to fight in the first World War when he came back they had a one of its kind naturalization ceremony for those who had fought in the army was an undocumented immigrant and the reason I know that is so he he came here he started a business here he owned a restaurant he thousand eighteen and how her role as a governor has changed in the age of trump governor Raimondo and I touched on many more subjects in our full conversation which is available only on the looming to be married had two children and frankly we need to keep that in mind because that's my story and that's the American store now he's him to change his name exactly what I was thinking he actually ate his way into my family which worked out beautifully and you know now dad he he worked at boulevard which ultimate which was based in Rhode Island and he had a pretty good job there boulevard went away his job went away talk about the impact on him and what remember about that yeah so I I will tell you that is why I ran for governor so insofar as his story and my family you know speaking of economics I missed something I in my notes here and that is and there was a big story about it in Boston Globe at the time and I clearly in his enlistment papers he lists was listed as an Italian which means he lived here for story is the story of Rhode Island and I think probably a lot of a midwestern state so those of you who don't know Rhode Island I'll forgive you you although you have to come visit now that you hearing me to come visit the story of Rhode Island is we were once a jewelry manufacturing powerhouse dad worked at boulevard we had spy dented watchers they may watch Sarah both boulevard Tiffany Koro was you talk about the ecosystem in Silicon Valley but we have the ecosystem of jewelry they were electroplaters and machine shops and that that's her people's Dad's worked I have such a memory my dad getting the car every morning with his lunch bag and the car was filled with all of his buddies the company closed down jobs went to Asia most of the jewelry jobs went to China and I say in a personal level that was really tough the Carpool and as a kid it seemed to me like there was a place for everybody at the factory one guy was security guard one guy was a custodian my dad was was fifty six years old he had three kids to support my mom never worked what do you do with that frightening beyond frightening beyond true planning it seemed secure but gradually the jewelry manufacturing business went away in Rhode Island right it all went to his island because our leaders did absolutely nothing before I ran for governor my dad and I were talking and he said Gena in crushed his confidence I mean just think think about fifty six years old he'd worked there was the one job he had no but that is our leaders led us down they just washed the dismantling of these manufacturing jobs and they did nothing to get us into new business he said we just stayed still got stuck and all my buddies and I we're all left out and so I ran for governor to try to I'm not bringing jewelry BEC I'm not bringing manufacturing back and I'm not GonNa lie and pretend than I am but let's get Rhode Islanders a chance uses and in his words he said you know Massachusetts they going into computers now that's what he said because route one twenty eight going into software story is the story of a lot of other people not just in Rhode Island Sound and this whole discussion of I mean if you look at sort of in that age bracket who have gone through these economic dislocations it's also true that there's a disproportionate susceptibility to the opioid one hundred prices in in this group and you know I think I mean I look at it in a political context about where the base of president trump support is but there are a lot of men in jobs that are growing and that's important and I want to get to that in a second but the read that story about your dad it struck me that his that there is the the terror of not being able to pay your bills and meet your responsibilities but there's also an element of about you know once in a while my dad was not in the cheers of moods and as kids we didn't love that and my mom would say you guys don't get it you don't understand how crushing that was your dad like it was a blow to his pride he had been the breadwinner he never really it's hard fifty six especially then you know to restart when I was running for governor the people mostly guys who had been out of work for a year or two and I would sit with them uh as they send the introduction Rhode Island's unemployment rate was sky high highest in the country and the unemployment rate in the building trades and listen to them when I was campaigning and they would say I had a job in a year silence anymore and that by the way today Rhode Island the unemployment rate in the building trades is two and a half percent because I was just so motivated so so it turns out that you don't propitious moment because democrats took what seven governorships in two thousand Midi and self worth that may be even more more crushing so for for a while after that happened plumbers pipe fitters carpenters was about twenty five percent yeah think about that twenty five percent that means lose my house I'm about my marriage is falling apart and then the worst things and I lost my pride I have no confidence all this discussion about free stuff people just want a chance to have a decent job in some dignity and pride and take care of their family tell me how you evaluate the national scene as it affects Democrat candidates who are going to be running in two thousand and twenty places that people really counted us out I think we're gonNA elected Democratic Governor and Kentucky this this time around it's a close race to help those guys I saw my dad and a lot of them the people don't thing is I've learned being governor people don't want to hand out you know actually a year last year we being democratic governors we elected democratic governors in Wisconsin and Kansas and Maine cer two thousand eighteen tell me you tell me so now I'm asking you to put your political hat on people care about healthcare jobs student debt and we convinced the electorates of those states have enough to do so you became chair of the Democrat Governors Association and you actually be came the chair at a running in two thousand twenty could learn a thing or two from the governors who won in eighteen we had a fantastic that are candidate was going to actually do something for them in those issues that they care most about and I so if you Gretchen Whitmer yeah ran on the blank I think it's completely false you were in the White House ask yourself and Nagina world in which see some of whom are your charges yes yeah yeah yeah so I would say I think the security aide it's unfathomable up so you know look so where it was thought that you couldn't really elect a democratic governor and the way we did it is by being very focused on the things I feel good about it and the Michigan Great Great New Democratic Governor Wisconsin and Wisconsin and we've got Alan problems but have you been following this impeachment thing this is this has become quite a thing in Washington yeah no it's not funny at all but but the reason I ask it is because you the Republican strategy used to say deepened any state you talk to people every day it's a gift to be out out of the beltway I really do where do I find two hundred bucks to pay the co pay that's required to take my kid to the doctor this is real this is every day earlier in the green room we're all kinda weary of current events and current political you know issues which are extreme when you're out in the coffee shop and the Obama picked up the phone and call the leader of another country and try to exchange political favors for we'd better we'd better have the candidate that convinces people they can do something about that so you you're focused on these roads fix the damaged roads Yeah you look at Reggie and true yeah you know again when her governor especially if a small state argument I worry that it may be let me say this I think it's Baloney it's a podcast you can say okay now phil she's she's terrific and doing I think the best you can do the right thing but I also worry about how's it GonNa play on Main Street Rhode Island it's honestly not with coming up with coming up is like last night and I saw a woman she stressed that her husband's our oh they're fighting again and we've got to cut through that I cannot emphasize enough the daily Financial Gore Eleanor Yeah forget that I'm seeing JV tonight so yeah exactly flips and places like Michigan Wisconsin Kansas because you are on main street yeah it's noise I think it's noise it's he said she said politicians you're you're saying things I am saying I am angry and disturbed and disgusted with what's going on frenzy about you know what is a historic historically troubling time in our history it's just got cut back and that's a big financial strain on her family how am I going I can't never gonna be able to buy a house because I have all the student debt they get very few questions about impeachment I imagine other than at fundraisers but when they go and do town hall meetings that's not I think we should trump out of office because he's trying to take away American healthcare I think we should throw trump out of office are much more so than impeachment it's very consistent with what the candidates are saying that when they go out because he's hurting manufacturers and farmers and taking away people's jobs I could go on in this White House and I
Monitor Show 23:00 05-28-2021 23:00
"Jay farner here. Ceo of rocket mortgage rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase and it's likely that trend is only going to continue. Our team of experts is standing by to help you save before rates go up. Don't look back and wish you would take an action call. Eight three three eight rocket or visit rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information and conditions equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states and mls consumer access dot org number thirty three bloomberg business. This is bloomberg radio now a global news update from the heart of where innovation money and power colli in silicon valley and beyond. This is bloomberg technology with emily j. I'm emily chang and san francisco and this is bloomberg technology. President biden chose cleveland as the city to deliver a speech on the economy and has proposed one point. Nine billion dollar industry and investment plan for more on what that plan entails our audiences across bloomberg television bloomberg radio. Welcome gina raimondo. Us commerce secretary secretary. Raimondo thank you so much for joining us. President biden today said his economic plan is working to bring america out of the pandemic but we need to invest more in education in infrastructure to stay competitive. What are the must that you.
NPR News: 01-09-2021 10PM ET
"Live from npr news. I'm janine herbst. The man seen with a painted face wearing a hat with horns at the riot at the. Us capitol building wednesday has been taken into custody and a newly elected state. Lawmaker in west. Virginia resigned over his role in the attack. Npr's dave missed. It has more thirty five year. Old derek evans of wayne county west virginia was one of hundreds of pro-trump extremists who stormed the us capital and disrupting congress during the certification of democrat. Joe biden as winner. The twenty twenty presidential election evans submitted a one sentence letter of resignation. Saturday to the office of governor. Jim justice in a statement evans said he takes full responsibility for his actions. In hopes his resignation removes any cloud of distraction from the legislature on friday federal officials announced. That evans was being charged with entering a restricted area and disorderly conduct for his role in storming. The capital charging documents note evans was identified through video. He livestreamed on his facebook. Page dave mitch. Npr news and evans has been released on his own recognizance. As the number of confirmed corona virus cases sores around the country with deaths from covid nineteen topping three hundred seventy thousand california officials. Say the crisis. There is getting worse with a record number of deaths in hospitalizations soaring dr tampa. Her body is medical director. Samdhong body rather as medical director of the er at cedars sinai in los angeles. He says the staff is exhausted physically and mentally illness so severe so profound it takes so much effort and energy to take care of them and caroline brandenburgers. Kobe unit nurse in orange county. California fight every day in the struggled degrees every day even with tons of oxygen. And then you see them die they just die and they they fight dying. And it's so sad. There'd been nearly twenty two million confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the us since the pandemic began according to johns hopkins university meanwhile in texas demand for the vaccine is high as some cities began mass vaccination campaigns texas public. Radio's joey palacios. Reports san antonio filled nine thousand vaccination appointments for next week in about five minutes san antonio metrohealth will distribute fifteen hundred doses of the vaccine per day at the alamodome starting monday more than half of the county's two million residents meet eligibility requirements of being healthcare workers over the age of sixty five or under sixty five with chronic conditions. Vaccine has been scarce but san antonio's assistant city manager. Dr colleen bridgier says moore is on the way. We're expecting Weekly shipments to bear county around twenty to twenty five thousand doses that will be divvied up prosperous providers users reported difficulty accessing. The city's website to register appointments will be added as more vaccine arrives. You're listening to. Npr news president elect joe biden. Says he intends to nominate the governor of rhode island to lead the us commerce department as npr's hansie long records. If governor gina raimondo is confirmed by the senate soon she could be the one to oversee the release of the two thousand twenty cents. Results governor gina raimondo. Says she's ready to support president elect. Joe biden's agenda. It's a vision for rebuilding american manufacturing and bringing back jobs to america from overseas her first speech. Since being named biden's pick for commerce. Secretary ramon do made no mention of the census which is likely to be one of the top. She would have to tackle. First census results have been delayed. Because of the pandemic and the trump administration schedule changes. Raimondo could play a role in the certification process for numbers that determine representation in congress and the electoral college for the next decade on zealand. Npr news new york hyundai is adding nearly a half million suv's to its september recall for an electrical short in a computer that could cause fires. The south korean company is warning people to park the vehicles outside until they are repaired. This latest addition to the recall covers certain two thousand sixteen through twenty eighteen models and some twenty twenty twenty one twenty one vehicles with antilock brake system computers the can malfunction causing electrical short and possible. Fire unday says this. Additional recall comes as parts of the continuing reservation investigation into the problem. But the automaker says it is aware of a dozen fires but has no injuries because of the problem. I'm janine herbst listening to npr news.
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Monitor Show 07:00 02-21-2021 07:00
"When will you be able to go to a meeting where nobody smells like. Hand sanitizer boone's but we can give you the latest business and financial news fragrance free plus tease out some of what. You just said our tools in the toolbox for the fed does that point to the need for continued monetary support bloomberg radio. The bloomberg business happened bloombergradio dot com. Do belli's the mark that this is having on a younger generation bloomberg the world is listening broadcasting twenty four hours a day bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg quick take. This is bloomberg radio now. A global news update is reporting. Lowest covid nineteen positivity rate. Since before thanksgiving governor andrew cuomo released the latest corona virus figures for the state saturday the single day positive rate. Friday was three point. Oh six percent. That's the lowest. Since november twenty third. The seven day rolling average dropped to three point five three percent and that number has now declined for forty three straight days hospitalizations drop below six thousand for the first time since december fourteenth cuomo said there were ninety seven covid related fatalities in the state friday. Dozens of people have lost their hats into the ring. For lieutenant governor of rhode island late. Friday lieutenant governor. Dan mckee's office released the names of seventy five people who've expressed interest in the position. Mckee may become governor of rhode island soon. If governor gina raimondo is confirmed by congress to become commerce secretary in the biden administration if mckee becomes governor. He would then select. Who would be the next lieutenant governor. The parents have a little girl say they found thousands of sentinel pills stuffed inside a glow worm stuffed animal they bought from an arizona three.
Monitor Show 10:00 04-30-2021 10:00
"There are a lot of ways to look at the world right now. It's seeing that you've got an overweight on hong kong and the more of them you can access the better. What has to be his strategy perspective. Who's doing school best clarity. How did we get it. So that the benefits get to body expertise. He seems to have exactly the right combination. It's character plus polcy bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening. Twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the blower business and and bloomberg quick tate. This is bloomberg radio. This is bloomberg markets with goals. Weaning and matt miller kind of you. The follow tilly in the marketplace here. Everyone's focused on the vaccine rollout top at. He's across industries trying to shore up their balance sheets. These equity indexes. Just keep going up breaking market news and insight from bloomberg experts to strong dollar policy. I think a lot of rhetoric because of all the locations there's always relative value trades. You could be doing this year. Is how hot homepride go if the inserted the i think that is really grouping. Everyone agrees bloomberg markets with bowls. Sweetie and matt miller on bloomberg radio good friday morning from the bloomberg interactive brokers studio city and points beyond to a worldwide audience. Matt coming up. We have more just more news coming up earnings. What numbers from amazon. The talk about that plus later this half hour. Twenty five minutes after this half hour tv simulcast. David westin covers system of us. Commerce secretary gina raimondo. Talking about some of the really strong.
Biden vows vaccines for all adults by the end of May
"What do we do. Dana farber cancer institute. We solve puzzles against a deadly opponent. One puzzle began by discovering the pd l. one pathway which showed how the immune system can be enabled to attack cancer cells years later this led to a successful treatment for hodgkin lymphoma and later still new treatments for melanoma kidney and other cancers learn about a nearly seventy five year momentum discovery at danafarber dot org slash everywhere. Good morning. i'm taylor wilson and this is five things you need to know wednesday. The third of march twenty twenty one today and even more optimistic time line for supply plus sanctions on russia and more year. Some of the top had lost at least thirteen. People are dead after an suv. Packed with more than two dozen people collided with a semi truck near the us. Mexico border on tuesday officials are still investigating what caused the crash and why so. Many people were in the vehicle. The senate has confirmed. Rhode island governor gina raimondo as secretary of commerce while near attended nominated to lead the office of management and budget has withdrawn herself from consideration and nike. Executive has resigned after a news. Report that her nineteen year old son used a credit card in her name to spend more than one hundred thousand dollars on limited release sneakers before flipping them for profit. The united states will have enough corona virus vaccine by the end of may for all adults in the country as president. Joe biden announced on tuesday when we came into office the prior administration had contracted for not nearly enough vaccine to cover adults in america. We rectified that about three weeks ago. We're able to say that will have enough vaccine supply for adults by the end of july. I'm pleased to announce today as a consequence of the stepped up process that i've ordered and just outlined. This country will have enough vaccine. Supply of sagan for every adult in america by the end of may that time on comes after announcing a partnership between pharmaceutical giant johnson and johnson and merck to help increase production of j and jay's newly authorized vaccine the promising vaccine news comes as more states are rolling back restrictions texas and mississippi both announced on tuesday that they will soon be lifting most virus restrictions including mask mandates. Texas governor greg abbott too. Many texans have been sidelined from employment opportunities to many business owners have struggled to pay their bills. This must end effective next wednesday. All businesses of any type are allowed to open one hundred percent. But cdc director rochelle show alinsky again said tuesday that now is not the time to cut back restrictions. These variants are very real. Stretch to our people and our progress. Now is not the time to relax. The critical safeguards that we know can stop the spread of covid nineteen in our communities. Not when we are so close. We have the ability to stop a potential surge of uses in this country. Cleese stay strong in our production. Continue wearing your wealth and mask and taking other public health prevention actions that we know were ultimately vaccination is what will bring us out of this pandemic fifteen point. Six percent of americans have received at least one shot of a covid nineteen vaccine for all the latest including daily case. In-depth totals stay with the coronavirus updates page on usa today dot com the covid nineteen relief bill. That passed the house on saturday and is now making its way through. The senate includes an expansion of the affordable care act health care legislation. It would be the first significant expansion of the aca also known as obamacare since it passed in two thousand ten white house correspondent marine groppy reports. This would primarily helped people in two ways. One is for the first time people who are making more than four times. The federal poverty level will become eligible for help paying their premiums so for example if a sixty four year old woman is making fifty thousand dollars. Right now she's not eligible for help but under the law for the next two years she could get subsidies that could make her premium dropped from about thirteen thousand dollars a year to just about five thousand dollars a year. Secondly people who make one hundred and fifty percent of the federal poverty line could get additional subsidy help they already qualify now but the extra help would allow them to buy plans without premiums that have much lower deductibles than what they can afford right. Now there's also incentives in the bill to For the twelve states that have not expanded medicaid under the aca to give them extra money in hopes that they will do so to cover people below poverty in their states who don't currently qualify for medicaid. These changes that are in. The bill are expected to stay in the question for whether they become law is whether the entire bill passes. It's not expect to get much. If any republican support. The democrats need to stay united in order to pass the legislation and get it to president biden's desk and these are provisions that he has promised he has supported and once in there and he's expected to sign the bill into law go relief plan which also includes fourteen hundred dollar checks too many americans and more could enter. Its final stretch on wednesday. Senators may begin. Twenty hours of debate on the measure. That's expected to come to a vote later in the week. Majority leader senator chuck schumer said tuesday. That democrats have sorted through disagreements and now have their eyes set on the deals. Final details senate. Democrats are committed to passing the american rescue plan to crush the virus. Recover our economy and deliver help to americans who need it the most. We're on track to send the american rescue plan to the president's desk before the expiration of the enhanced unemployment benefit which occurs on march fourteenth. I expect a hardy debate. I expect some late nights on the floor. The bill could become law as soon as next week for a breakdown of what the next few days could look like in the senate go back and listen to our tuesday episode of five things where congressional reporter nicholas woo fills us in. You can also stay up on all the latest on the politics. Section of usa today dot com. The united states imposed new sanctions on russia. Tuesday the move comes as a response to the poisoning and detention of opposition leader. Alexei navalny the us sanctioned seven senior members of the russian government and they added fourteen entities. The department of commerce's blacklist preventing top figures allied with russian president vladimir putin for accessing financial and property assets in the us the sanctions mir similar ones made earlier by the european union and united kingdom for the attempted murder of navalny. The us intelligence community found with high confidence that the federal security service in russia used the nerve agent novichok to poison of olney last year though the country has denied. That was behind the attack. Us state department spokesperson. Ned price tuesday that the sanctions should send a clear signal that there are consequences for russia's actions with the poisoning the attempted assassination of mr navalny with his continued imprisonment. That is politically motivated with the in some cases brutal treatment of his support who took to the streets to exercise the very rights that are granted to them under russia's own constitution that is not something that the united states will bide. It is not something that our european partners and allies will abide. We are exercising or authorities to send a clear signal that russia's use of chemical weapons and human rights abuses have severe consequences any use of chemical weapons anywhere at anytime by anyone under any circumstance is unacceptable and it contravenes international norms. New only is an anti corruption activist and one of ladimir. Putin's fiercest critics after recovering in germany from the poison attack. He returned to russia in january before being detained. Shortly after his arrival he was then sentenced to nearly three years in prison. Sparking widespread protests across russia. Discussions are ongoing in around the nba to change the logo to either kobe. Bryant's or another black player. Former los angeles lakers star jerry west served as the model for the nba logo created in nineteen. Sixty nine though. The league doesn't officially recognize that. A tim on wednesday brooklyn nets star kyrie irving reopened the discussion when he posted a modified logo on instagram with kobe. Bryant one of the league's iconic players who died last year but is kobe. The answer carlos minorities from the detroit. Free press explores the hurt still there. The emotion a lot of young. I different sports and a lot of young athletes in their twenties across any sport. Really talk about kobe's being the guy like kyrie irving the that was their model for excellence. Believe it or not jordan. Michael jordan is even kind of old for them so they don't remember seeing him as much as kobe. He's going to be inducted into the basketball hall of fame in may so the forefront of everybody's mind right now is excellence is still there. It's it's tragic the way he was law so i think it would kind of be a moment of healing in a way for a lot of athletes and sports fans. Nba fans for sure to see someone like him Recognized in in such a way other players that have been mentioned. It depends on who you are. You know who your favorite players are in history. Where what town. You're from what team you grew up rooting for. I suggested some of the top players. I thought kareem abdul-jabbar. He's the all time leading scorer in the nba. He had a beautiful sky. hook shot. That could be a nice silhouette for the nba lago. That'd be perfect. He was in the most fan favorite player when he played so. That's kind of a little bit of an issue. But michael jordan is someone who obviously was the greatest of his era wilt chamberlain of somebody bill russell when eleven championships in the sixties With the boston celtics. So there's a lot of people you can pick from and so i think that's what's interesting. It stirs the conversation of. Who should it be. Why should it be so lots of different options out there. For more of carlos's work follow at sea minora's on twitter. Shaquille o'neal is ready to rumble. The retired nba superstar. We'll hop inside the for his first professional match in all elite wrestling on wednesday shack will team up with jade cargill in a mixed tag team against and red velvet in jacksonville. O.'neil one four. Nba titles in his career and now stars on popular studio show inside the nba. He's the latest in a long line of active and retired athletes to hop inside the wrestling ring. Thanks for listening to five things. Be sure to drop us five stars. If you get a sack on apple podcasts and you can listen on spotify stitcher or wherever you find your audio. Thanks as always declare thornton shannon green and oliver great reporters there on the show. 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NPR News: 05-10-2021 4AM ET
"Live from npr news. I'm nora raum. The federal government is working closely with fuel pipeline operator colonial pipeline. Shut down because of a ransomware attack. Commerce secretary gina raimondo told face the nation officials want colonial to resume normal operations as soon as possible to avoid disruptions in supply. Unfortunately these sorts of attacks are becoming more frequent. They're here to stay. And we have to work in partnership with business to secure secure networks to defend ourselves against these attacks colonial carries gasoline and other fuel from texas to the northeast it says it provides roughly forty five percent of fuel consumed on the east coast. Maryland's republican governor larry hogan posthumously. Pardoned thirty four black men and boys this weekend they had been lynched in the state before nine hundred thirty three. Npr's eric mcdaniel. Reports hogan said the clemency action was inspired by students who requested he pardoned howard cooper a fifteen year old boy who was dragged from the baltimore county jail in eighteen eighty five and hanged while his criminal case was pending before the. Us supreme court. My hope is that this action will at least in some way help to write these. Horrific wrongs last month maryland. Democrats accused hogan of standing in the way of civil rights reforms after he vetoed abroad. Police reform package. lawmakers ultimately passed. The reforms over hogan's veto led effort by eight jones. The first black woman to serve as maryland. Speaker of the house eric mcdaniel. Npr news washington laos had relatively low corona virus infections for more than a year but that changed about a month ago. Now it's reported its first death from covid. Nineteen actually western reports. According to the state run beyond ten times. The victim was a fifty three year old vietnamese woman with underlying health issues including diabetes. Her death knocked laos out of the small group of countries. Remaining without a pandemic casualty on sunday officials reported that the number of cove infections had surpassed thirteen hundred in a press conference a top official of houses department of health and rehabilitation urged to at risk groups to be more honest accurate with health authorities to help with contract. Tracing at the start of the pandemic land-locked laos was swift to implement stringent lockdowns and travel restrictions. But last month cases skyrocketed when numbers also started climbing in neighboring cambodia and thailand for npr. News i'm ashley. West german in manila taliban insurgents in afghanistan announced today. They'll observe a three day ceasefire this week marking the end of the holy month of ramadan. Meanwhile the violence continues. A bus struck a roadside bomb. Last night at least eleven people were killed. This is npr news. Violence erupted again today in jerusalem. Palestinians threw rocks at police. Police fired tear gas and stun grenades. Tensions are high as today is jerusalem day. When israeli celebrate the country's captured annexation of east jerusalem in the nineteen sixty seven mideast war churchill. Downs has suspended hall of fame. Trainer bob baffert bedford yesterday. Afterward that medina's spirit the horse. He trained that won the kentucky. Derby failed a post race drug test from member station w. f. p. l. ryan vail's or has more seven kentucky derby winning trainer bob baffert is once again facing allegations that one of his horses failed post race drug test at a sunday morning. Press conference outside. He's born baffert said medina spirit tested positive for the drug better methods zone. That's the same drug found in the system. Another baffert trained horse. That was disqualified from the kentucky oaks last year. The anti inflammatory drug is legal but baptized says the horse tested above acceptable limits. Officials have not yet confirmed the test. But if the findings are upheld medina spirit could be officially disqualified from the kentucky derby following the announcement churchill. Downs immediately suspended wbap from entering any horses at the track for npr news. I'm ryan then dell's our house. Republicans could vote this way to remove congresswoman liz cheney as the number three gop leader in the house for continuing to criticize former president. Trump's false claims of election fraud. The top house leader kevin mccarthy cold fox news yesterday he supports york congresswoman at least a phonic for the job. I'm nora raum npr news.
Mass. Environmental Secretary Breaks Down New Regional Greenhouse Gas Pact
"So let's move to some other beacon hill news because massachusetts is joining rhode island connecticut washington. Dc to cut greenhouse emissions from cars and trucks. Get this by nearly thirty percent by twenty thirty two. The three states and dc have formed the transportation and climate initiative program or tci to get that done. Here is governor baker announcing the new program. Yesterday this is clearly an important agreement and it will ultimately strengthen our economy improve our public health and allow us to build the resilient clean transportation system of the future that we all believe we need now while participants expressed optimism over what the partnership can accomplish. They are the only four signatories out of thirteen original parties in negotiation about a partnership here to discuss it all as massachusetts energy and environmental affairs secretary. Kathleen theo haridas. Who's a key architect of the agreement. Secretary zero haridas welcomed radio boston. Thank you so much for having me so you know. This is complicated. I did a lot of reading on today and even ran it by someone else to make sure i was understanding it. The maybe you can give us kind of the elevator pitch. I know this is emission reductions. That would kick in two twenty thirty two. I understand there's some combination of vehicle emission standards in what's called cap and trade. So how'd it has. It's gonna work. Yeah well i. I'll start with a big picture Across the nation and and here in massachusetts already seeing extreme impacts from climate change whether it's the increasing severe storms. We've seen more frequent droughts like we had the summer An extreme heat days that are really harmful for the elderly and vulnerable populations and these impacts all come with a growing cost Up to forty four billion dollars. A year at the national level is estimated just for some of these storms and climate related disasters and so we know That's worked on climate change and work on air pollution. That causes severe public health impacts. Can't wait and this type of an urgent action to combat. Climate change is needed Earlier this year governor baker committed to a net zero by twenty fifty target. One of just four states now to be doing that and transportation is forty percent of our global warming pollution emissions so getting emissions down in this sector is critical. What we announced yesterday Governor baker joining governor. Ned lamont governor gina raimondo and Mayor bowser down in dc is signing a memorandum of understanding that would commit these jurisdictions to a cabin invest program to cut pollution from transportation emissions by twenty six percent while generating one point four billion dollars in massachusetts by twenty thirty two to invest. So clean are more equitable transportation system. So i'm just going to break in there too so that we understand it for listeners. What what essentially that. Then means is a core component is the fuel distributors. They pay per tonne for of emissions and then in order to have the right to produce those emissions. That's how you you control the price of that and the the amount of those emissions that are allowed and that's how we then control and make the change but at the same time that also means that there's increased costs and some of those costs onto consumers so one is that correct into. What's that gonna mean for. Few prices like gas prices here in the commonwealth. Yes so the program as you said we choir Large gasoline and diesel fuel suppliers to purchase allowances To cover the carbon content or the pollution. that's in the fuels. They sell into a region and this is very similar to how the regional greenhouse gas initiative charges allowances for electricity generators but in this case fuel suppliers operate in these competitive marketplaces. And as there's a growing diversity of fuels the price signal will actually spur them to clean up the carbon content of the fuels and and innovate to reduce that content. So they can purchase less credits if they choose to pass on some of the cost of those credits. Those-those dot cost is estimated to be right around five cents on a gallon of gas and no higher than nine cents because the program has Cost protection built in to protect consumers from any higher prices. So i know that the center for state policy analysis at tufts has said understanding that nine cents cap is in place that that could put getting to the emission goal at risk because they are of study finds at the price at the pump would have to go up more like thirteen. Maybe even twenty four cents a gallon to meet these targets. How do you control the costs. Meet the targets and thread that needle so there were a lot of differences Between the tough study and the work we have done and not the least of which was that. The tough study did not assume that the states would be making investments to reduce emissions with the money that is being returned to the state. And that's a key part of the strategy in addition to the cap reducing the number of allowances every year and therefore cutting carbon. The money that comes back to the states gets reinvested in things like electric vehicles that are public transit. High speed wireless that allows more people to work at home and other things that clean up our transportation sector and give people better and that's a source of the emission reductions. We're going to see from the program. So i know that new hampshire governor christie new pulled out earlier in the process do hampshire due to concerns about gas prices. I want to stay on this a minute longer. Conservative massachusetts fiscal alliance has essentially argued that this is going to feel like a tax increase. Two people during a really tough time. How are you addressing those concerns. And what's the long term payoff that you're telling people who have that. Criticism is going to make it worth it to bear these increases in costs during a challenging economic time. Well it's a number of things on this front first and foremost we delayed the program so that it would be happening later and so that any costs that might be passed on won't occur until Twenty twenty three so there is significant time Before some of these costs occur but more importantly the revenue will be a game changer for job creation for better transit. That helps people get to and from work to and from medical appointments and it can also be invested in ways to specifically help lower income drivers here in the commonwealth. Low income rebates are something that is on the table for consideration and very importantly at least thirty five percent of the proceeds are set aside for environmental justice and underserved communities in the commonwealth and. That's a minimum states can go above and beyond that to provide more money particularly to those communities that have been hard hit by environmental pollution issues but also by covid nineteen all right so last question for you. Originally there were thirteen parties having conversations about this four signatories now. Do you need more players involved for it to be effective. And if so what's the strategy for bringing other states into the fold well. This is a historic and first in the nation agreement and so we always have expected that not every state would be ready at the same time to go forward on this much like the regional greenhouse gas initiative that picked up states as they went forward. We expect to pick up states as we go forward with us. We don't need other states to get the same pollution benefits and investment benefits here in massachusetts and rhode island and connecticut. We get those benefits. No matter no matter. How many states play. But just as we've done on our other climate strategies whether it's offshore wind or regional electric markets or resiliency. We think that it's it's always great to be able to influence. What other states are doing so that we can reduce emissions on a more global scale and as more states joined the initiative which we very much expect them to do. We will be continuing to ramp up. Those emission reduction targets but should be very clear here. This region is is seventy three percent of new england's emissions. It's a big portion of gdp in the region and we all have our own in state targets to hit. This program will help us do just that. And that is massachusetts energy environmental affairs secretary. Kathleen theo haridas. Thanks for giving us the time today. Thank you so much.
NPR News: 03-27-2020 4PM ET
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Lakshmi Singh. President trump is about to sign the largest health emergency package in US history more than two trillion dollars. In Corona virus. Relief will soon become available to American individuals and families healthcare systems and businesses large and small. That have been forced to go dark due to the aggressive measures taken to slow the spread of the corona virus. Npr's Cloyd Equity Solace reports. The House approved the measure. Today in a dramatic voice vote. House lawmaker spread out through the Chamber and its public galleries under new social distancing guidelines to approve the measure. The motion is adopted. They shouted down at least one member who voted no Kentucky Republican Thomas Massie. Who has for a roll-call soon? After House leaders held a ceremony to sign the bill and send it to the president. The plan includes direct payments of up to twelve hundred dollars too many Americans and extends unemployment insurance raising the weekly benefit by six hundred dollars. The plan also offers billions in aid new lending to businesses hospitals and state and local governments clotting. Npr News Washington now recording nearly forty five thousand cases. The New York City area remains the epicenter of the outbreak. Here in the. Us Governor Andrew Cuomo talked earlier about projections. Health officials have made for the coming weeks looking at about twenty one days for a possible APEC. So we want to do everything we can to be. Ready for. That increased capacity Could hit us in. Twenty one days and ran bought the hospital capacity. According to disease trackers at Johns Hopkins University New Jersey California Washington State Florida and Michigan are also among the states reporting the most rapid increases while the death toll in the US and elsewhere continues to climb. Italy is suffering the most number fatalities most recently. The count stood at more than nine thousand one hundred thirty four the profound impact of the pandemic evident today at the Vatican Laws Walker. Up at all others Senora all Banja. Npr Sylvia Jolie reports Pope Francis delivered his homily against the dramatic backdrop of an empty Saint Peter's Square glistening in the rain Shemmel. Impo we find ourselves afraid in lost Francis said we were caught off guard by an unexpected turbulence store. We have realized the Pope added that we are on the same boat. All of US fragile and disoriented. All of US call to row together each of us in need of comforting the other the pope granted in exceptional. Plenary Indulgence for Catholics across the world suffering from the virus and for healthcare workers but most of all for those who may die in isolation UNABLE TO RECEIVE THEIR LAST RITES. Soviet POHJOLA THE NPR news. Rome this is NPR. Hundreds of fourth year medical students will be graduating early this year. Kirk carapace of member station W. G. B. H. REPORTS. Schools are getting them out there to serve reinforcements in the fight against the CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC. Tufts Boston University Harvard and the University of Massachusetts will graduate fourth year medical school students in April. That's a month early in New York Columbia and nyu. Medical schools are also fast-tracking. Grads those who choose to could volunteer for service and the states would issue them ninety day limited licenses. Chancellor Michael Collins of UMASS medical school in Worcester says about one hundred and thirty five students are ready to graduate as early as next week. It's really wonderful. Example of how in a difficult time people can come together to the common sense thing and be sure that we can have many new doctors. Available should a surge in patients occur. The Medical Board in Massachusetts is also easing rules for online credentialing for NPR news. I'm Kirk Therapist in Boston. The American Civil Liberties Union is raising concerns. That one of the governor of Rhode Island's Antique rhinovirus measures may be violating the Constitution Democratic Governor Gina Raimondo mandated. That anyone coming from New York myself quarantine for fourteen days to implement that state police are flagging down. Cars with New York license plates. Drivers may or may not be coming from the New York City area. Which is the current epicenter of the outbreak? In the United States the Dow closed down nine hundred fifteen points or more than four percent this is NPR.
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"Live from npr news. I'm nora raum house. Democrats plan to introduce articles of impeachment against president trump as soon as monday because of the deadly riot at the capitol by trump supporters congressman. Hakeem jeffries of new york says trump must be removed from office. He should be impeached. Convicted and thrown out of sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue and forever banished to the dustbin of history of the house could be possible by wednesday one week before. President elect biden's inauguration. the senate would have to vote to convict. The mob had marched on the capital after a rally at which trump repeated false claims that the election was stolen from him and he urged his followers to go to the capital where lawmakers were certifying. Biden's win five. People died including a capitol hill. Police officer apple has joined google in removing the social networking platform parlor from app stores citing posts inciting violence now amazon is booting parlor from its web hosting service parlor is popular with conservatives because it's not moderated president elect joe biden says. He intends to nominate governor. Gina raimondo of rhode island to lead the us commerce department npr's hans long reports governor gina. Raimondo says she's ready to support president. Elect joe biden's agenda it's a vision for rebuilding american manufacturing and bringing back jobs to america from overseas in her first speech. Since being named biden's pick for commerce secretary raimondo made no mention of the census which is likely to be one of the top issue would have to tackle. First census results have been delayed because of the pandemic and the trump administration schedule changes reminder could play a role in the certification process for numbers that determine representation in congress and the electoral college for the next decade on zebulon news. New york in texas demand for the covid vaccine is high as some cities began mass campaigns the city of san antonio filled nine thousand points for next week in about five minutes saturday morning. Texas public radio's joey. Palacios reports san antonio metrohealth will distribute fifteen hundred doses of the vaccine per day at the alamodome starting monday more than half of the county's two million residents meet eligibility requirements of being healthcare workers over the age of sixty five or under sixty five with chronic conditions. Vaccine has been scarce but san antonio's assistant city manager. Dr colleen bridgier says moore is on the way. We're expecting Weekly shipments to bear county around twenty to twenty five thousand doses that will be divided up across various providers users reported difficulty accessing. The city's website to register appointments will be added as more vaccine arrives for npr news. I'm joy palacios in san antonio this is. Npr news new york says three more cases of the more contagious strain of the corona virus have been detected in this state. This brings the total estimated number of uk variants to the us to fifty five for member station w. s. h. u. charlotte's lane has more to of the new faster spreading strains of the virus were found in saratoga and are related to the first case that was found earlier this week but the other new case was discovered two hundred miles away on long island governor. Andrew cuomo says this brings the state's total to four and we believe that it is More widespread than that number would suggest testing for the new variant is still limited compared to overall testing new york tested. Almost two million people this week only four hundred of those tests were for the uk strain for npr news. I'm charles lane in new york. Health officials in china are reporting a growing covid nineteen outbreak south of beijing. They say sixty nine new cases were confirmed in the latest. Twenty four hour period. More than double. The new cases reported the previous day divers have recovered debris in the java sea off the coast of indonesia which may be part of a plane that disappeared from radar saturday. they've also detected signals. Which could be from flight recorder. The boeing jet had just taken off from jakarta on a domestic flight. Lost contact with an air traffic control. There were sixty two people on board. This is the first major plane crash. Indonesia since the boeing jet went down in two thousand eighteen killing all one hundred eighty nine passengers and crew. This is npr.
NPR News: 05-26-2021 6PM ET
"Live from npr news. I'm jack speer. Nine people are dead. After a shooting this morning in san jose california as diddy bungled moody reports from member station k. Q. e. d. The scene is still active as investigators. Try to piece together. Exactly what happened eight. Who were killed along with the deceased gunman were all employees at the santa clara valley transit authority or ta a public transportation agency in the bay area. The shooting took place in the light rail yard early. In the morning. When the light rail started their daily routes glenn hendrix is on the authorities. Board horrible tragedies happening today and our thoughts and love goes out to the family the organization and what they've had to go through the county sheriff's office is scouring the transit center for bombs after receiving reports that explosives could be at the facility for npr. News i'm not bundle moody. Jose us commerce department is investigating. Its own internal security unit following allegations it conducted unauthorized investigations of government employees and with people's twitter accounts and pairs haunting the wong reports the alleged abuses of power. Go back to the mid two thousand according to the senate commerce. Committee's top republican senator roger wicker of mississippi the investigation and threat management service or it ms monitored twitter account criticizing the twenty twenty senses and targeted a government scientists. Who is chinese american with accusations of spying for china. Criminal charges were later dropped appearing. Before lawmakers commerce secretary gina raimondo confirmed that the department has ordered the item to stop this kind of monitoring upon entering the department. They were a number of surprises. That i found this was the biggest and most unfortunate allegations first reported this week by the washington post on long news. New york corinne jon. Pierre made history today is only the second black woman ever to represent the white house and inter official briefing embarrassing. Each rosco reports john peers. The deputy press secretary and first openly gay woman to hold the role. Korean pierre is the first black spokeswoman to make her debut at the white house lectern in thirty years john. Pierre was asked about what this moment meant to her. I appreciate the historic nature. I really do But i believe that behind being behind this podium being in this room being in this building is not about one person. It's about what we do. On behalf of the american people the last black woman to hold john peers position was judy. Smith who worked for the first bush administration smith later was the inspiration for the livia pope. Character on the hit. Show scandal aisha roscoe. Npr news return to organize team. Sports as coronavirus cases. Wane somewhat is boosted the bottom line sports retailer dick's sporting goods copy saying his first quarter sales more than doubled compared to a year ago rising to two point nine two billion dollars on wall street today. The dow was up ten points. The nasdaq up eighty. This is npr. Italian police say they arrested three people in connection with sunday's cable car disaster killed fourteen in the northern lake district embarrass sylvia poggioli reports. Investigators say the suspects are responsible for a stopgap measure to avoid shutting down the cable way for more extensive repairs. The revelations came during overnight police questioning of the suspects who italian media. Say are the cable car. Service owner the lift director and service chief. The funicular recently reopened after months of covid nineteen lockdown prosecutor. Early barbosa said it appears. The operators used to clamp to avoid what she called more radical and needed repairs. The clamp had been placed on the cable car emergency brake because it was constantly engaging and preventing the funicular from working when the lead cable suddenly snapped on sunday. The cable car reeled back hit a pylon and crashed to the ground rolling down the steep slope. The only survivor is a five year. Old boy who lost his parents brother and great grandparents in the crash sylvia poggioli. Npr news rome while the idea of so-called vaccine passports has not gained widespread. Traction the us appears to be another matter in the european union in asia where some are scrambling to come up with the digital vaccination verification. As the summer travel season set to begin programs would be based on mobile phone apps it would prove vaccination status allow travelers to avoid quarantine requirements at their destination still has not been worked out however cruel futures prices up fourteen cents a barrel to sixty six twenty one a barrel in new york. I'm jack speer npr news.
April 19, 2021: Why the next two weeks are critical for the Biden presidency
"Presented by the edison electric institute. It's monday morning. i'm aware reingold. And this is your politico. Playbook daily briefing. Every week is busy when you're president right. Well let's say these next two weeks are like a student's exam week or actors tech week for president. Joe biden meaning their nonstop full of events like a two day climate summit. The expected release of what he's calling. The american families plan aka part chew of his infrastructure monolith and you know finding the middle ground between democrats and the gop on the first part of his infrastructure plan during one of the most partisan moments in american history peachy. If you didn't get the invite the hottest ticket in dc. Today is a one fifteen pm. Eastern meeting with biden discuss his infrastructure package. His senior staff has been taking meetings with certain congressional factions recently like the problem solvers caucus and the new democrat coalition. But there's nothing quite like a meeting with the president himself today. A lucky group of ten lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are heading to the oval office all our former mayors or governors. The white house said in a fancier way the basically these peeps get infrastructure. That group includes senator john hickenlooper of colorado democrat who we wouldn't judge if he took a selfie behind the desk he thought would be his almost every regard. This journey has been more exciting and more rewarding than i ever imagined. Although of course. I did imagine a very different conclusion. Don't they always john anyway. Senator mitt romney the arizona. Republican also snagged an invite. He's one of ten republicans. Were calling the g ten who promised to introduce an infrastructure counteroffer to which white house press. Jen psaki more or less said last week hey. Gop moms are open that so we look for too seriously considering any any proposal that any good faith engagement. I should say that comes our way. But we're waiting. We're on the receiving end for that. So we're looking forward to it. Is it just me or are you getting flashbacks to the time. Your friend said the exact same thing about her axe gen. Maybe your phones on. Do not disturb. Did you try that. Or maybe the fact that seconds later in the same press conference sake said this there basically two options to pay for this job creating plan. The president believes it should be done by having corporations pay their fair share. That's what he's proposed an increase in the corporate tax rate global minima tax Some in congress think that it should be paid for by putting the burden on the backs of americans suffice to say that did not sit well with republicans. So at that to the tally of reasons. Why we're still not skeptical. A bipartisan deal is possible meanwhile senate majority leader chuck schumer is devoting this week to unifying his caucus around the infrastructure plan. That's according to a democratic source who spoke with politico on wednesday the senate democratic steering committee will virtually host treasury secretary gina raimondo and transportation secretary pena buddha judge then on thursday the democratic policy and communications committee will virtually meet with top white house. Aides anita dunn and brian deese schumer fancies himself a centrist. Who loves to cut deals. So if he's involved in some bipartisan infrastructure. Meeting of the minds. He's doing a pretty good job them secret and before we go. Let's just quickly get you up to speed on the latest. Gop backlash to representative maxine waters. Who spoke with protesters over the weekend in brooklyn center. Minnesota where a police officer shot and killed a twenty year old black man dante right during a traffic stop earlier. This month in activists asked waters about what should happen if derek chauvin the former minneapolis police officer. Who's currently on trial for his role. In the death of george. Floyd is acquitted. Protesters still stay on the street at. We've got to get more active. You've got to get more confrontational. We've got to make sure that. They think they know the house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy called waters words quote inciting violence and representative. mercury taylor. Green said sunday that she would introduce a resolution to expel waters from congress if you're wondering if these lawmakers for god about what former president donald trump got up to january sixth. No it's just good politics to put centrist democrats record defending waters. That's all i've got for you today. Subscribe to the playbook newsletter at politico dot com slash playbook. I'm olivia rheingold. See first thing tomorrow. Today's episode is sponsored by the edison electric institute forty percents of the electricity that powers. 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'Raya And The Last Dragon'; LA Unified School District Vaccine Program
"From npr and wbz. You are. I'm callum borders and i'm tanya moseley it's here and now after a contentious few months of battles between teachers unions lawmakers and health officials school districts throughout the country are now in a race to make covid nineteen vaccines available to teachers and school employees. It's all part of this massive effort to get kids back in school. Here's president biden. We want every educator school staff member childcare worker receive at least one shot by the end of the month of march teachers. President biden says we'll now also qualified to participate in the federal pharmacy vaccination program. Let's check in with the second largest public school system. In the country los angeles school unified which just announced it will vaccinate teachers and school staff with a goal of opening elementary and preschools by mid april. La unified superintendent. Austin beutner joins us now with how this will all work. Welcome yes thank you for being here. There's over eighty six thousand people who work for la unified who's gonna get first priority. What we're focused on is those in schools who serve the needs of our youngest learners. Our elementary schools are early. Education centers students with learning differences and disabilities and all who work at those schools. It's not just the glass from teacher. It's the bus driver. Takes into to. School is the principal front door the custodian and keeps the school clean and safe so as a team that is going to make sure the teams were supporting our youngest learners. Will i We've reached expert partner shape the state to accelerate as ratio of vaccinations intolerable to have done a week or ten days. We set up capability at school sites and together with our partners rans and so by stadium the first mass vaccination site exclusively for educators. We're going to do this as quickly as we can say it was. We can get students back to the classroom. And april ninth is is when you're aiming to open these elementary schools and centres. Why was it important to start at the elementary level. Well we know students do best in a classroom setting. We know for many students the absence from classroom setting. They've struggled those students for whom it's most acute. Our youngest learners those differences and disabilities and students who might have been struggled before. I wanna bring them back as soon as possible in a safely as possible and throughout we said that the appropriate health standards and practices at schools which we think we're seeing We have changed air filtration system in eighty million square buildings to replace the filters the equivalent ninety five filter. We test all students all staff every week with a pcr. Couva chance to now. Vaccination completes that to allows to bring back all the soon as possible and in the same way. You mentioned some of the the efforts on the state. Level governor gavin newsom is also offering financial incentives for all california schools that reopened by the end of this month and as i mentioned The president just announced teachers now qualify for for this federal pharmacy vaccination program. How does your program work with this. New federal opportunity for teachers do all of these kind of work in concert with each other or does it actually make the process. More convoluted what we're seeing for. The first time is a whole of government response. We've been advocating for some time. The three pillars practices at schools mower. Coveting the communities that we serve which has been hardest hit in the nation and vaccination school staff and really pleased federal government state government. And those of us who work in schools all aligned with common understanding that the safest possible includes vaccinations for all work in school. Teachers unions have been a big part of pushing for these vaccinations to happen before teachers and others go back into the classroom. I mean it's something that the state and the cdc actually says is not a requirement so there's a real push and pull here. What are you hearing from from teachers unions about this latest effort. Well we've been side by side with those who work in schools and advocating premise our community than we serve have been amongst the hardest hit on the nation he served one eight observed families we serve live in poverty before the pandemic games. Many three quarters lost work. These are the black and latino communities who are essential workers who've been hardest uncoded so at high levels a cova committees that have been hard hit. We take the right things to make sure we support the community who support our students. We support our educators in schools with the vaccination I wish it was happening faster. We should have already. But we're at this point now where we can go forward together. Let's do it the right way. We talk about returning to schools and soon as possible safely as possible. We're not returning in any way possible. Returning into statements way possible that includes nox emissions. Were scores down. We also know that reopening schools is as much about economics as it is about education. What has navigating all of these forces been like for you and your your team. I mean there's a lot of considerations that come into play and it's not all about educating our children. we've had the balance three things throughout. We've had the mouse. The learning asia students were educators. Are doing extraordinary things with the online tools. We've had to balance the needs of working families that we support and they safety net we provide for them and we've had the balance the health and safety in the school community in which we cannot compromise. But along the way we've tried to make sure that each of the three were doing the best possible thing we can say enough princeton we have provided more than one hundred ten million meals to the students and families reserve the largest single relief effort bathing organization in the country. Not something would have thought we'd be doing starting last march. But we're doing it because it's needed. We provided has million students not just with a computer with internet access because a quarter of our students couldn't connect to the internet. The families couldn't afford broadband when this crisis arose so throughout we've had balanced on all three months and we're doing the best we can or needs. We look forward to welcoming students back in the foundation that we're building with help us do that. That's los angeles unified school district. Superintendent austin beutner superintendent. Thank you so much. thank you. Region president biden is just hours away from having another cabinet member in place. The senate has confirmed former. Rhode island governor gina raimondo as commerce secretary and one top responsibilities will be to oversee the twenty twenty cents which is not over yet. We're joined by. Npr national correspondent on zee luang. Who covers all things census related and hans for people. Who aren't familiar with gina raimondo. Tell us a bit about her. Gina raimondo is the first woman to lead rhode island and just resigned yesterday as a governor of the country smallest state cutting short her second term hours. After the senate voted to confirm her nomination and raimondo is expected to defer to the expertise of career staffers at the census bureau which would be unlike what the trump administration did officials in the previous administration went against census bureau clear officials by pushing to addie citizenship. Question if you remember and ending counting early for last year census in history was alluded to during raimondo senate. Confirmation hearing back in january us listen to what reminder said i commit to taking the politics out of census relying on expertise and doing everything. I can to rebuild people's trust in the sense it needs to be accurate in getting accurate and complete data from the twenty twenty cents. If that's going to be a major challenge that raimondo is inheriting as commerce secretary and are you've been reporting on these challenges facing the head count. So where do things stand with the census right now because of the pandemic and last minute schedule changes made. Under the trump administration there are now major delays in releasing the census results census bureau says it needs more time to run quality check so they've pushed back releasing the first set of results. The state population counts to determine how many votes each state gets in the house of representatives ended electoral college. Those numbers were due at the end of last year. The are now expected by the end of april. And there's about a six month delay for the second set of census results. That's the detail. Demographic data states need to redraw voting districts around the country. Those are due by the end of this month but the bureau recently announced its push back that released to late september. Okay i mean. That's a lot of schedule. changes z. And i know that some states are supposed to start redrawing their voting maps this year. So what do these delays mean for them. It puts a lot of state and local officials in charge of redistricting redrawing. Those voting maps in a real bind because they have their own deadlines to prepare for elections. This year or next some states started preparing last year when the spirit i signal back in april. Twenty twenty that this redistricting day it would be late because the pandemic last summer california state supreme court granted deadline extensions for finalizing new voting maps and in new jersey there was a ballot referendum that passed november two men the state constitution so they can delay drawing new apps by two years. The state of ohio is taking a unique approach it filed a lawsuit against the census bureau last week trying to get a federal judge to order redistricting data to be released by the end of this month. Now based on the senators current scheduled. That's just not possible. The bureau needs to get the first set census results out the apportionment counts. Those needs to come out. I and those again are not expected until april sixteenth at the earliest see. So what exactly are these quality checks then that the bureau is using the extra time for well after counting ends for a sense is. They're usually duplicate in incomplete responses. The census bureau has an it needs time to sort through those and this time one of the challenges that the sensory are collected online responses for the first time from households and some that was available to all households in some of those responses did not have bureau site ide- coats help with matching to home addresses plus during the early months of the pandemic. When the counting was really ramping up a lot of people especially college students were moving around and there was a lot of confusion about where to get counted. One thing to keep in mind is that current federal law does say that redistricting data from the two thousand twenty senses. That data are due to states by march thirty first. But there's a bipartisan group of senators. Who are planning to introduce. A bill to formally extended a deadline to the end of september. It hasn't happened yet. I'm watching to see when that happens. Okay we'll keep track of it with you. That's npr's honolulu law covers. All things census related tozzi. Thanks for the latest welcome. President biden says there will be enough vaccines for every american adult by the end of may two months earlier than expected he's also urging states to give at least one vaccine does to every teacher by the end of this month so schools can safely reopen and to pay for it and also help people struggling financially biden is calling on senators to quickly pass his one point nine. Trillion dollar coronavirus relief. Bill the bottom line is we need the american rescue plan. Now now there is light at the end of the tunnel but we cannot let our guard down now or assure that victory is inevitable. Can't assume that we must remain vigilant act fashion aggressively and look out for one. Another president biden there are political. Strategists joins us now. Alice stewart is a republican bill. Press is a democrat. Welcome to both of you. Thank you so light at the end of the tunnel is the president's phrasing to be more specific. He says he hopes life is going to be back to normal a year from now. But that's if everyone remains vigilant and meanwhile states like texas are moving to fully reopen an end mask restrictions. Now so bill if life isn't back to normal next year in the midterm election cycle away. Who's going to bear the blame biden and the democrats or republicans like texas governor. Greg abbott no doubt biden and the democrats will love. We'll we'll get to blame. That's the way the game is played but I i wouldn't be that negative callum looking ahead. i think the administration has made significant progress in upping. The number of vaccinations are way ahead of their The timetable that they said they're gonna blow past one hundred million in one hundred days easily And i do think that the president will be successful in getting The one point nine trillion dollar covid relief bill or very close to it Through the through. The senate It's badly needed. The relief is badly needed particularly for people who are over. Ten million americans unemployed for small businesses especially for restaurants to help with the vaccination process. Here's what i don't understand. I don't understand why the republicans in the senate are you know as a block opposed to this. Bill mean republican governors supported. Republican mayors supported Pull this morning. Show that fifty. Three percent of republican voters support it even if it doesn't have any republican senators voting for it so i don't get it. This is badly needed. The relief is needed. Just pass it. And i would hope with a bipartisan vote. But if not. I think biden's right and just going ahead with fifty democrats from comma harris. Okay well i maybe you meant that as a rhetorical question bill press but i have someone who can help. Answer your question about why. Republicans votes supported. Here's senate minority leader. Mitch mcconnell predicting that no republican is gonna vote horton. Here's why wildly expensive proposal largely unrelated to the problem. About nine percent of the money is in the healthcare space. Less than one percent of it deals with vaccinations all right alice. Translate a little bit there. I mean are are mitch. Mcconnell can republicans saying that nothing else needs to be done to help get through the pandemic. what he's saying is that kobe. Relief needs to be timely and targeted on covid relief and not progressive democrat with liz and as mcconnell said only nine percent of this nearly two trillion dollar package actually goes for pandemic relief and that is just not acceptable and we need to look at what is a pressing and what does timely and important for the american people and that is getting the relief where it needs with regard to the pandemic and i will say this. I think it's it's important that the money gets out there and allocated in the right way but also the vaccines making the progress. And i will give this to the president. Biden's bill listen here. I will give him props. Because i am encouraged his announcement that with the key milestone That every american will have vaccinations available. in a shorter period than originally thought that is i think a tribute to the commitment of this current administration and cannot go on notice. Thank you for that alison. Why was just going to say. I just won't talk i think. Mitch mcconnell is just a wet twenty. Five billion dollars in here goes to restaurants that are really struggling a lot of all of us. Our favorite places have shut down their fourteen hundred dollar checks which even donald trump supported for families that need it. There's expanded unemployment insurance. There's the vaccination program. What do you mean this isn't related. It's all related to one hundred thirty five million dollars for the national endowment for the arts one hundred thirty five million earmarked for endowment for humanities. Two hundred million for the institute of museum and library services. I could go on but We can certainly talk about other things. So it's it's inaccurate to say this is all about cove then. I probably can come back to the key figure because bill you mentioned you mentioned this fourteen dollar check and i do think when it comes to everyday americans who are listening. That's really what they care about. And today we at the senate democrats have reached an agreement with the white house because by the way it wasn't just republicans who had some objections to the house version here and so the amount of the full checks remains at fourteen hundred dollars in this compromise. But they're going to phase out at lower income levels so now individuals earning eighty thousand dollars or more or couples. Earning hundred and sixty thousand dollars or more. They won't get anything they were going to get. Partial payments before so bill. Is this the kind of compromise needed to get the bill over the finish line. Yes i think it's a good move. I think it shows again that Unlike the former president this president is working with members of congress even members of his own party In trying to forge a compromise and again i would say if republicans have ideas come to the table but they have not they have not come with any counterproposal except a six hundred billion dollars which is less than one third of what biden put up. Just not serious. I think they're making a big mistake. The american people want this. And i think they're going to get it right. If the democrats can come to a deal they will be able to pass this bill on a party. Line vote using the bucket. Budget reconciliation process. But i do want to talk a little bit about a call. It a minor loss but a loss on the early ledger for the biden administration. And that is the withdrawal of near attendant as the nominee to lead the office of management and budget. She had posted some mean tweets about republicans and some democrats. Alice stewart went wrong here. And what's the takeaway well to say. That only about mean tweets is not accurate because while there were a lot of republicans and democrats who were concerned about her mean tweets. It was more than that. And i think senator collins address that and others have was that near Did not have the experience or the temperament to lead the agency specifically because this administration had made it clear that the office of management and budget was going to be big and bold more than in years past and based on tendency previous tweets and actions and talk. They didn't feel her temperament was fitting of such a big and bold agency. So that was the biggest collins policies tweets but just to jump in and didn't didn't republicans here though who are criticizing near attendant. Didn't they overlook much worse from the former president. Who was who was more vitriolic on on twitter and and had never held elected office before he became president. Absolutely you're right about that and to say that there's a hypocrisy. There certainly is but that being said members of the senate and this instance are in the personnel business. They are in a position to hire people that they feel or to appoint people they feel. Have the temperament to hold these important jobs. With regard to donald trump. the american people in two thousand sixteen voted him into office. And that is why. A lot of the senators and members of congress and others Put up with his tweets as mean as they were because that was the will of the american people bill press. Let me ask you about what i think is an even bigger trouble within your party. Which is the andrew cuomo situation in new york and last night. One of that state senators. Kirsten gillibrand called the sexual harassment allegations by three of them. And against cuomo completely unacceptable. But she didn't say cuomo should resign. He is being investigated. How complicated is the situation for democrats bill. I don't think it should be as complicated as some people are making it Speaking for myself I'm consistent in this that the the allegations of sexual harassment sexual assault or wrong. No matter who is targeted or or Is the subject of them. No matter which political party. I think it was wrong for donald trump over two dozen. Women accused him of sexual assault. I think it's wrong for a freshman congressman madison cawthorn. Some thirty students have accused him of sexual or assault And i think it's wrong for andrew cuomo so certainly i think the investigation have to be taken seriously and And there should be an investigation at the minimum. I think the as a democrat the best thing for andrew cuomo we could do is to step down and resign and get out of the way. Allison the moment we have left. I mean are democrats. Waffling on this issue stood up and pushed out al franken pretty quick Not so much here. I see a lot of democrats thirty. Lawmakers in new york have asked for his resignation or to face impeachment. So they're taking this seriously and it's important that we have an independent investigation to determine. Is this a possible pattern of behavior with more to come or these isolated incidents of allegations. And i think it's important to have a full investigation. He deserves due process. Although the allegations are damning he does deserve due process and at that point after the investigation. certainly The appropriate action should be taken all right. That's republican strategist alice stewart. Thanks to you. Thank you cowan. Thanks to democrat. Bill breath callum fact so much thanks bye support for your and now and the following message come from zuhdi. 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An april is hot finally higher than a year ago by one hundred and eleven percent signaling the travel industry maybe flying past the pandemic to help us make sense of this data were joined by here now transportation analysts. Seth kaplan seth. It's on you. So around. April first of last year just to put this into context airline started slashing schedules now fast forward to this year and airlines are scheduling more. Flights does this mean. Airlines are are actually responding to more demand. They are at the beginning. There was no amount of cutting could do to basically keep up with the reduced demand. Right they cut. All those flights and flights were still empty. People heeding the warnings mostly Of of the cdc and as you said april last year was kind of the low water mark whereas this month in march. You'll get schedules. They're still lighter the march of year ago. 'cause there lines didn't know what was coming to into april. Yes about twice as busy as the same month a year ago. Which is not to say the busiest ever because it's still less than what they were scheduling before the pandemic right and looking closer at this april data scheduled seats are at most major. Us airports compared to twenty twenty. What else sticks out to you about this. Yeah and among the top airports you got one like newark. Let's say which is up. Gosh nine hundred. Forty one percent looking at the data and the reason for that would be its major airline. United had cut a lot last year and also a big international airport think about all the international flights. That didn't happen so no surprise that it would be a up a lot but then just down the road in atlantic city. That airport is up. Thirteen hundred percent for april compared to your earlier give based on scheduled. You know seth. Since the pandemic began most airlines ease their cancellation policies are airlines offering these refunds or waving cancellation fees. They are which is something. I'm doing is not going as far into the future so harder to say you know you're they're on and say hey book march thirty first that sort of thing but as of now basically if you book a ticket on an airline. You're gonna have that flexibility and they varied also in terms of the way the the reinstated their schedules and mention their cities. Spirit is the main reason for that. That's the big airline in atlantic city. It's way up so the airport is up an airline like southwest which hadn't cut as much early on so it's not rebounding as much this april no surprise that airports like chicago midway and dallas love field. Tanya are actually down compared to your earlier just just by a bit because those airlines for southwest airlines. Oh interesting you know. Flights are also pretty cheap right now. How quickly do you expect rates to rise as as we all start traveling again. Yeah well that's what airlines want right. They're always playing that same game. Supply and demand economics right so in their adding seats because they think more people are going to travel. They think they're going to be able to fill up the flights and and and get some of those higher fares and they're gonna be pretty conservative about adding more seats until the fair start going up right. They're not trying to give us a good deal unless they have to. If that's what they have to do to get us onto the airplanes as more of us get vaccinated and and as travel restrictions. Ease in more and more states at t now transportation analyst. Seth kaplan is always thank you. They stop you in the new disney animated film riot and the last dragon. Riot is a young warrior in the fantasy land of coup mandra where humans and dragons lived together for centuries but an evil force known as drewn turned the dragons and many of the humans into stone. The remaining humans split into warring factions riot is on a mission to restore peace along the way she manages to find the last surviving dragon named sue. Why are you here. Divine water dragon in that obvious guy montreal ryan to fix the world. Bring everyone back. That's aquafina riot ryon. The last dragon opens in theaters and is available on disney plus beginning friday kelly. Marie tran voices riot in the film and joins us to talk about it. Welcome hi thank you for having me. This is so exciting it. We're glad to have you. Kelly and i got to tell you. I watched this movie with my young children. And they love the music and the dragons and how vibrant all the scenes are as a grownup though watching a year into a global pandemic related to the people who've been turned into stone because right now seems like a fitting movie for this moment when so many people feel like they've been stuck in place for a long time and i wonder if you agree. Yeah i i definitely feel like the filmmakers. I have talked about. How incredible it is that. The movies coming out right now because it feels really strangely relevant to this time and you know of course something like this takes so many years to develop that you can't really predict the world that it's going to be coming out in if that makes sense. Yeah i definitely feels really relevant to everything going on in the world so pandemic or not your character. Araya is totally fearless. She doesn't hesitate to go into danger. I wonder how much fun it is to play. Somebody like that so fun. I want to be more like her. I think you know. I always think to myself as an actor if i'm not learning something like a deep new core belief from every character. I'm playing then. I'm probably doing it wrong. And i think one of the things that i learned from russia is that bravery can take many forms like she already was from the beginning a warrior and then towards the end of the movie she's shows bravery and a completely different way and that to me is is really inspiring. Yeah the brave thing without giving away too much sort of having to take a chance on other people which is kind of scary and without giving away too much of the plot here an important art of russia's mission in the film mr find all the missing pieces of a powerful dragon. Jim which was broken and try to put the whole thing back together and she and the dragon sue collect the scattered pieces along the way as they do. Each one has an effect on. So let's listen to a scene where they find one of the piece glowing all thank you. I use al river. Slime maintain my new. This this is my little sister was magic cloud your little sisters magic yeah. Every dragon has a unique matching. Okay what's yours. I'm a really strong swimmer where you'd have to this gym peace and it keeps you know what this means right. I no longer need like what no you're still connected to the jobs. Magic not means you can still use it to take the world. So i think what. We hear their kelly. Is this great chemistry between you and aquafina. But i'm curious about the mechanics of how you actually did this. I mean did you actually get to record an act alongside aquafina or were you kind of each recording in a vacuum yeah. We were recording and evacuate. Unfortunately i think it's the nature of animation but also sort of escalated by the pandemic. so yeah. unfortunately we didn't get to really interact with each other until we started doing press by when we met via zoom it related feel like we automatically had a banter. I think she's one of those people that sort of has chemistry with everyone. she's so infectious like her energies. Just incredible anything. She said talented. So i feel really grateful that i got to work with her and i'm really excited. That people are are finding joy in their dynamic. These two characters were talented. Is an understatement right. Because she's an actress and a rapper and she's also a comedian which i think is important for this role as the dragon because even though humans were guard sue almost like a deity like. She's this legendary character when we actually meet see sue the film. She's very funny. She's self deprecating. She's kind of insecure. Actually so what do you think the film says about how we see our heroes. And maybe the disconnect between perception and reality yeah. I think that that's a really good way to put it. Because especially with the way that rial idolizes dragons as a kid. But i think what's really really cool about their relationship and how it evolves as the movie goes on is that really starts to recognize that even if her hero isn't exactly what she thought she would be. There are still wonderful and beautiful things about her. And i think that being able to sort of separate any sort of perception we have about a person and just really celebrate who they authentically really are. I think that's a really important aspect of their relationship and important lesson that that violence for sure that our heroes can be imperfect end. Still be heroes. Yeah kelly. this film is coming out as the country has been reckoning with several years of metoo and black lives matter movement. And there's been going on in hollywood is well. We're talking about representation or sometimes lack thereof in hollywood and in this film the heroes and their rivals. They're all women. They're played by actors. Who are of asian descent. How important is it that we see films like this especially films for kids. It's so important. I think you know. We're taking a step forward towards having equal representation across gender identities across race across socioeconomic class. The more were able to sort of educate ourselves on just the different experiences. That human beings have I think it makes us better people. It makes us more compassionate. You know. I think seven movie does really well is recognizing that there are divisions between groups of people and maybe we need to look at why those divisions exist so to me. It's really important to have a movie like this. That is celebrating a part of the world. That really isn't celebrated that often. I have to ask you about star wars. Because i think that's how many viewers know you until they see ryan the last dragon. In the star wars franchise who play rose tico. Of course the. The engineer in the two most recent films. What's it like to be part of such a legendary franchise huge I remember it feeling like a honor and a responsibility at the same time. It's not very different. Actually to how i feel about riot it just makes me. Have this feeling of reverence. If that makes sense and recognizing i just feel very humbled by these experiences to just acknowledge how much bigger than me and how much they will outlive me. You know yeah. It's definitely very big deals. That i feel like i'm still trying to Recognize that it's reality. Getting cast into star wars franchise of course is a big break but it was also an experience in which i know that you saw. What could fittingly be called the dark side of the star wars fan base. in fact you got off instagram. after experiencing resist and sexist harassment. And then you wrote in the new york times. It wasn't their words that i started to believe them and that was a few years ago. Have you been able to stop believing the cruel things that people sometimes say. Yeah i think. I have it to exist in this world. That for a lot of us is constantly telling us we don't belong It's all of these sub-conscious ways in which the media in which the world is reinforcing ideas into our brains of things that we need. We need to buy this mascara to feel more beautiful so that we can be loved. We need to look more like this woman so that we are more desirable so that we can be loved. All of these lies that were told. I think that it takes practice and constant fighting to remind yourself that. Sometimes it's not you. That's the crazy ones. Sometimes it's the world around you and the ways in which we can recognize that we are enough just in who we are. I think that that is definitely something. I've worked on over the last three years and Something i continue to work on overcoming that kind of inter personal ugliness that you were just describing is a great way to come back to riot and the last dragon because ferrara and see suit to repair their world. They actually have to learn to trust people who have wronged them and persuade others to do the same to overcome their differences. Is that a message that the world needs right now. yes man. that's the message. I knew i need right now. I think the message of this movie about trust about unity about trying to look past the pain in the trauma that we've experienced in our lives and to take a step towards fighting for believing in a better world. I think that that's an incredible message. That i know i want to take with me and i hope that other people are able to see that and feel that as well through this movie. That's kelly marie who stars in riot and the last dragon. The opens in theaters and is available on disney. Plus starting friday kelly. This was at the village a lot of fun to thank you. I don't know about you but this past year has changed the way. I use social for instance. It finally pushed me over the edge to quit facebook. it just didn't feel useful or constructive and it seems i'm not alone in changing my social media habits. Ronnie mola is senior data reporter for recode. And she's been writing about the significant changes we're seeing in what she calls pandemic posting irony. Eight anya so you've heard from a lot of people who said they were using social media last or at least posting on their own accounts because it kind of felt out of touch with the calamity of the pandemic on the other hand you also heard from some people who set the pandemic actually made them use social media more. What are you hearing well. The data shows that people are spending more time on social media sort of across the board every different platform. The time spent last year was a lot less than it is this year that said the way people are. Interacting with social media seems to vary widely will be more but they're scrolling and they're not posting because it's inappropriate posts about anything a lot of the things we used to posted out birthdays and going out to fancy dinners things like that might be an appropriate or just not happening. Other people found it completely overwhelming that. We're getting stressed out. I spoke to a teacher who said that he was seeing a lot of other teachers. Post the sort of performance stuff when his he was worried about his kids even being able to get online not whether they could create like a bitmojis closer. Let's parse out a little bit more about what this all actually means. Though so while while social media for awhile has been used as a way to connect and organize this year in particular we also saw groups like black lives matter you social media and other methods to organize mass protests against police violence. I mean for people who haven't completely dropped off of social media. Did this past year changed the kinds of posts that they're making may be fewer personal stories. That as you mentioned might feel frivolous and instead more political activism. oh absolutely. I think there's been tons of political activism and a lot of people who hadn't been sort of political at least on social media before decided that they were going to say something this year and obviously this is happening in the context of black lives matter people protesting against police violence on the flip side of that. There's also the people who organized the capital. Riots used social media to sort of come together egged on by a president who is using twitter to tell them to come and make their voices heard about what they thought was stolen election lurking as you mentioned seems to be the biggest pastime right now as well i mean more folks are scrolling more but posting less. Is this actually also a sign of a burnout because as we talk about political organizing and activism and people speaking out on social media we've been dealing with that nonstop for several years now. Yeah i mean even before the pandemic we saw evidence that people were posting less original content. That amount of time spent on social media was sort of plateauing but then all of a sudden social media became the only way in which we could socialize. And it's been a year now and that's exhausting. I talked to a lot of people who i felt completely burnt out. Who you know. Maybe for a while social media was a good proxy but like after a while it is not the same thing as actually getting to be faced. Today's with your friends so it it left. People feeling really wary. What's so interesting about the data that you've collected as well as because social media is kind of the place where we connect with each other the fact that we can't really connect with each other and the physical spaces right now kind of makes it a space that that is very valued because you can check in on people but but how are people presenting their daily lives on social media without seeming frivolous so that was a really interesting thing that i heard from a lot of experts and a lot of just regular people. You know social media has been long criticized for being this place of sort of perfection and obviously that's not real life one thing that sort of happened because of the pandemic is social media's become much more of a place for complaints and for real life and for talking about your problems. There's also an incredible amount of judgment right now on social media the comments about how people are saying. Oh you know what you shouldn't be doing but also just people are aware when they're posting they say oh. I went into this but it was coping safe this tech. So people know they're doing something that will be judged. And i absolutely think people are judging. Do you think this is a significant flash point for the evolving nature of how we use social media. I'm thinking after this. Pandemic i mean will we go back to then. Everyone posting their travel pictures for instance because they can go out or are we going to be using social media in a more pointed or different way in the future. you know. i'm not sure. One thing i did ask whether you know. We're going to see this complete drop off and the thing is about about something like social media is it becomes a habit you know if you get used to opening an app teen times a day you do that without noticing so a lot of the people and data analysts. I talked with. Didn't expect to see like a complete drop-off in the amount of time spent on social media after we could go outside that said Once spoke to referred to the summertime the possibility of being able to go outside as a potential reckoning for our relationship with social media. Maybe we won't do it as much for so pointedly when we can do something else. Oh it'll be interesting to see. ronnie. Mola is a senior data reporter for recode. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me and here. Now is a production of npr wb. You are in association with the bbc world service. i'm tanya moseley and i'm callin- it's here and now.
The Care Economy with Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo
"Welcome back to your political playlist tisch sussman over about a month ago. President biden announced his american jobs. Plan that big infrastructure plan. Any tasked five cabinet secretaries to lead it this week. I'm sitting down with one of them. Commerce secretary gina raimondo. As part of the moms run the world series for parents magazine secretary raimondo. Took up her post as the fortieth secretary of commerce just about a month and a half ago previously. She was the first female governor of rhode island where she championed universal pre-k and free two years of community college. For those who qualify. I know i'm not the only person googling. What does the commerce secretary do right now. So today we're diving into figure out exactly how the commerce secretary and the american jobs plan will impact the economy and families like yours. Welcome secretary raimondo. Commerce secretary gina remind. Thank you so much for joining us. That looks very official. Where you want anytime. You sit brentwood flag. You look more fissile. I hear that that's a good tip. That's like a good instagram. Live wanting to look official. Clothe yourself in black. I've actually here my local pilates studio so i'm doing local business. I know that's one of the things that you have been talking a lot about their not so very and i can't do these interviews from my house and i think are barky crazy. Thank you so much for joining us. Commerce secretary gina raimondo. This is going to sound like maybe the silliest question you answered today but what exactly does the commerce secretary due to a great question. And i'm still learning only been in the job for a month and a half. It turns out a lot of different things. We deal with Obviously helping small businesses to get back on their feet provide them with capital Grants and loans Working with companies that want to export lot of our work is helping. American companies export their goods. What a country so they can grow. We run the national weather service which is obviously incredibly important to everyone's life every day. The census runs out of commerce. Also incredibly important so it's really Across the board. It's a lot of different things that really matter in your daily life as you taken on this job of commerce secretary. You mentioned that. It's pretty new. Obviously new president january new administration after that. So it's been in the last couple of months. I mean in the context for all of us were here on the parents channel and we think about the timing of bat of move into a new job. Ruben twin city. That's mid school year. So what has that transition been for you and your family. Yeah such a good point. Two teenagers they're gonna finish the school year in their current. School switch leans mom has to do a lot of back and forth back and forth. But it's definitely worth it so they can stay settled in them. Will transition of the summers family. I mean that makes a ton of sense that like we've all had to figure out how to balance all of it has little disruption for our kids as possible are there. I mean it's been really disruptive year for kids overall kids have struggled like everyone with virtual school. Naseem your friends. Nothing able to play sports. It's been a rough year so anything that makes it a little easier. more stable is worth doing. Yup for sure i mean. Are there things to new traditions that you have found that their family during kobe that you think you might. Actually he well. It's funny. you say that my daughter. My children are teenagers. I i. I have a sixteen year old daughter and a fourteen year old son and one of the nice things has been having more time with them at home like with school canceled in sports canceled. And they can't hang out there francis much. We watch movies at home as a family. We've hung out more as a family. It's probably optimistic to think that they're going to continue to want to hang out with us. But i really hope that they do expect really great. I also speaks very nicely. You're like. I don't think my parents would of wanted to spend any more time with teenage be so. I think that i feel like a slitting their kids so we'll talk to you about in your role as commerce secretary that you are one of the people that president biden has put out has really said it is your job to help us pass this critical infrastructure that we need. So what are you talking with. Businesses about with you just went and did a roundtable women small business like what are those conversations like so you mentioned that last week vice president and i were in my home state of rhode island and we talked to many small businesses and we had a roundtable with female on small businesses. You know the struggle is real. Businesses are really still struggling. Women are really struggling because lot of childcare centers are still closed. It's it is hard to juggle a career in parenting even if you have high quality reliable childcare to do it without high-quality reliable childcare is is just overwhelming businesses small businesses. That had to close for much of last year are just getting back on their feet. So the president's you know the more. I am out about talking about the president's jobs package the more committed. I am to get past because there's so much you know struggle in america right now. President knows that i am the packages big and bold. And it's what we need can get more into the details. They're like what are some of the key things that the childcare's obviously important for the parents and also as employers as small businesses so many of the childcare centers had clothes are women entrepreneurs and ask sooner. They're not exactly. Are you looking to pay could project. Can you help us get into these details. What exactly are you looking to to help. Get parents back to work and help get childcare. So there's a few components of the package around this. There's an expanded child care tax credit to put more money in family's pockets. Who have kids. Kids are expensive as you now There is a family medical. Leave so if you have a child or somebody gets sick you can take time off. There's an investment in green proud universal public three. Can you part of the problem. Now is that you have this. Patchwork of small child care providers but it's kind of fragile system it will public like public school kindergarten first grade if every three wrote four-year-old should have access to public pre k. That would be a game changer. And that's the president is calling for a so there. There are a number of different elements to the package. That will really help families and healthy economy as you say it's impossible to hold down a job if you don't have child care too. It's really helpful to hear your thinking about what is a priority to president biden at how the policies is like. I think it's hard for a lot of us to understand like when there's big policies like how does it actually impact our lives and kind of think about like who's at the table and who's making the decisions but we don't always know how how it really impacts. I'm very excited about the idea that you as commerce secretary is women. There are a huge amount. I think an unprecedented amount of women in economist roles in this administration. So how does that really practically lay out when you're looking at policy formulation. It means that these issues of child care workforce development universal pre-k stay fronton center so secretary of treasury is a woman and a mother. I of course am the chair of the council of economic advisers. Darcy is is a woman and a mother vice president khama harris. These issues are just as important as any other issue. I will say the president's fantastic on these issues you have to remember. He was a single dad for awhile no for years. He was a single parent going back and forth between delaware and washington rushing home to do. This kids was hard to afford childcare. So this is real for him. He's lived that struggle and we are all very very committed to making this. The moment that this stuff happens is long overdue right. I mean i think it's so important to include you know the jobs numbers talos that women particularly mothers are the hardest hit in the economy. Right now i mean it's crazy the numbers that were saying. I think that should probably you getting into but also important to remember that there are fathers their grandparents who are caregivers there are there are non traditional families and to make sure that we also include them in the conversation too. I think i think it's important to balance because women and mothers are getting so hard hit but also want to be inclusive of other families. But but can you tell us a little bit about the number of the economic numbers that we're seeing of women in or not in the workforce right now over you're absolutely right maybe lack childcare lack of jobs etc this this is hard on families men and women alike moms and dads alike so i we don't want to diminish that having said that just the facts are that women were hit harder. More women dropped out of labor force than men We still have about two million women who are not back in the labor force if you compare today to the beginning of twenty twenty that's disproportionate to to number men route of work. Women were clustered in the industries. That were hardest hit. You know if you think about retail workers waitresses hotel workers. These these are the folks that got put out of work. And that's where women were clustered in also the fact is women still do disproportionately do the caretaker and you know when schools close or childcare closes more often than not the mom that has dropped out labor force. So it's a huge issue likes that we've never seen before certainly in my lifetime and it's it's we have to be real about that. Meet the need so because it's the sectors that women that were primarily staffed by women that were the hardest. Hit does actually actually make you optimistic for coming back for like the jobs coming back. I would say yes. And now a lot of the jobs that went away the economy's changing and a lot of the jobs that went away save for example in retail and brick and mortar detail. They may be. We're going to go away anyway. Slowly and they they might not back as fast so what we really have to do is be there for those women. People who will put out of jobs in industries. That aren't going to come back and make sure they can get retrained. Get a better job a job that they like that secure. When i was governor i created an initiative called back to work rhode diamond and we put seven thousand people back to work who had lost their jobs in. Kobe and i talked to a lot of women who were bartenders waitresses who lost their job. Who of wanted a different job than being a bartender waitress. And so they. They got job training and they went and at a different job. They went to do human resources or software. Coding war customer relations in a fascinating digital company. So i i don't know that all exacting drops you're gonna come back. But i do know that the president and his team are committed to being the for every single person lost their job was the guts to get retrained to go get a different job. And we've gotten some great questions here through the chat on specifically to other pieces that are related to that student. Loan forgiveness and broadband access. Are those pieces that are included. The president's package calls for a hundred billion dollar investment in broadband which is enough to make it so that every single american has access to high speed broadband and that is necessary. It's vital as anything else. Well secretary gina raimondo. So great to have you on. Thank you so much for joining moms run. The world's you are truly a mom running the world's at thank you so much for joining us. I'm emily tisch sussman. Your host will talk to you next time guys. Thank you for listening to this episode of your political playlist. Don't forget to follow us on instagram. At your political playlist. Were you can see video of my interview with secretary mondo and join us. Live to ask questions during future ones. For more from the secretary you can follow her on twitter and instagram act. Sacrimento join us every week for smart but bite sized conversations with women at the seat of power and activism subscribe and if you like us leave us rating and comments. Let others know talk to you. Next time i hear and see stories about teachers go above and beyond every day from the teacher who wrote letters to each of her three hundred plus students during lockdown to the teacher that checks on her students after hours it's inspiring to see each of them rise to the occasion after an incredibly difficult year so for teacher appreciation month. I want you to nominate a teacher. Who has made an impact on your life or the life of a loved one head to the your political platelets account on instagram facebook and nominate the teachers so they can receive a shoutout in a future episode. We all know that our teachers deserve our appreciation and respect every day for all the work. They do to educate our children. So thank you to all of the amazing teachers out there. I look forward to hearing more of your stories.
Wall Street Breakfast May 10: Pipeline Disruption
"Welcome to health as wall street breakfast. Your daily source of market news and analysis. Subscribe to this. Podcast on apple podcasts. Google podcasts spotify. Stitcher today is monday may tenth. Twenty twenty one. And i am your host nathaniel e baker. Our top stories today pipeline disruption digesting the jobs report arc. etf's leading today's news pipeline disruption the us government has declared a state of emergency to keep fuel supply lines open following these shutdown of colonial pipeline. On friday. the fife does a thousand five hundred mile. Conduit who's owners include shell midstream partners and others carries two point five million barrels a day to the east coast or about forty five percent of its supply of diesel. Gasoline and jet fuel while colonial is working toward a restart of operations along the key artery. Some are smaller lateral lines. Between terminals and delivery points are now operational. In the meantime the biden administration is allowing drivers that transport to work extra hours. While the oil products could be permitted to be shipped in tankers up to new york recap hackers stole almost one hundred gigabytes of data from colonial pipeline networks before locking its computers with ransomware and demanding payment multiple sources have confirmed that a cyber criminal gang called dark side was behind the attack and some evidence has emerged linking the group to russia or elsewhere in eastern europe. The white house also formed a task force to probe the pipeline breach and the department of homeland security is coordinating with colonial pipeline fear of shortages. Us gasoline futures jumped more than three percent to over two point. Two one seven dollars per gallon as trading reopened for the week wti crude futures rose one point three percent to as high as sixty five dollars and seventy six cents per barrel besides connecting refineries to more than fifty million people. The pipeline network serves major. Us airports including atlanta's hartsfield jackson while the us department of energy could habits reserve of one million barrels of diesel fuel in the northeast. It's a little more than a decade clearview. Energy partners said in a research note outlook. The attacks are coach here to stay and we have to work in part in partnership with businesses to secure networks to defend ourselves against these attacks. That's commerce secretary gina raimondo in. Cbs's face the nation broadcast. The hack could also give renewed impetus for biden two point three trillion dollar infrastructure plan. In fact the president this week is hosting top democratic lawmakers at the white house as well as a group of republican senators who have proposed a separate five hundred and sixty eight billion dollar infrastructure plan but energy secretary jennifer granholm at has repeatedly said that biden is willing to push through the american jobs. Plan without bipartisan support. Digesting the jobs report the new week starting with some familiar investing trends as cyclicals look poised to notch modest gains this morning and tech is on the back foot dow futures are up by about three tenths of one percent while contracts linked to nasdaq are off by about three tenths of one percent and the s&p five hundred is hugging the flat. Line the bet known as the reflation trade would see stocks more sensitive to the economic cycle outperform their peers as businesses reopen following the coronavirus pandemic. Not everything is rosy on the economic front data on friday showed that. Us jobs rose by two hundred sixty six thousand in april trailing estimates for a one million job. Making a huge misbehave communists and raising questions over. What they they're using. Despite this blunder the news could be good for equities as it may suggest the fed is holding its accommodative stance for longer treasury secretary. Janet yellen weighed in by saying report. Quote underscores the long-haul climb back through recovery but still represents continued progress and quote analyst. Commentary quote we would not read much into any one jobs report and continue to think the labor market remains on track and will be more than enough to underpin consumer confidence and consumption and quote. That's wells fargo's some year simona. He thinks cyclical stocks will continue to be favored over defensive shares. And that jobs growth is still likely to accelerate in the months ahead. Prices on the rise commodities are getting another dose of super cycle today with gasoline crude oil rising after the aforementioned cyberattack iron ore futures and copper also jumped to fresh records ahead of a cpi report on wednesday that is forecast to show us prices rising further in april. Meanwhile a slew of fed speakers will discuss the recent price trends this week as well as how inflation could affect monetary policy and economic growth to the moon. Dodge coin shed as much as forty six percent after trading as high as seventy four cents before elon musk's appearance on saturday night live. The crypto is now changing hands at fifty one cents but fell to a low as low as forty cents on sunday. Musk has a history of comments that can influence stocks markets and mostly crypto and many were expecting similarly outside moves after his role on the late night comedy sketch. The fund didn't stop overnight as musk tweeted. That spacex would launch a satellite named dodgy one to the moon in twenty twenty two all funded by dodge. Coin the skit musk was featured in satirical new segment weekend. Update playing a character. Coy called lloyd ostertag financial expert. Who dubbed himself. The dodge father at the beginning of the episode. Musk touted the benefits of crypto currencies and dodge coin saying the latter had started as an internet meme but has now taken off in a very real way however after cast members michael j. and colin jost repeatedly asked him to explain. Musk ended the episode by saying quote. Yeah it'll and quote before the highly publicized appearance berry silbert a big player on the crypto sector turned against the cryptocurrency quote. Okay dodge it's been fun. Welcome to crypto exclamation points and quote. He wrote on twitter quote. But the time has come for you to convert your dodge to btc disclosure. We've gone short. Dodge and kwa silbert founded gray scale investments which runs the popular gray scale bitcoin. Trust as well as the digital currency group which owns coin desk. Go deeper even at fifty one sense. The market value of dodge coin is more than seventy billion dollars far greater than evaluations of many blue chip companies. The crypto is still up ten thousand percent this year padding the accounts of some of its early investors. Though many in the criminal community are debating the path. Forward will dodge coin. Eventually make it to one dollars or will traders bail on its rising popularity that is the question arc. Etf's kathy would is in the spotlight over her. Recent margaret returns as well as dealing with arcade goes capital the flagship arc innovation. Etf which focuses on high flying growth stocks is off twelve percent so far this year and has retreated more than thirty one percent from its mid february high this as a rise in us treasury yields and economic reopening plays lead investors away from the tech sector just to note arc sore remains up nearly ninety four percent over the last twelve months a move propelled would into an elite club of notable stock pickers. What is she saying now quote. I love the setup. She told cnbc following the sharp selloff. In tesla quote the worst thing that could have happened to us is to have the market narrowly focus on just ilk of stock the innovation space and quote. She also reiterated her five year time horizon and now expects her strategies through produce a twenty five to thirty percent compound annual return which is higher than fifteen percent forecast in february. Some other details emerged in. The conversation would reveal that hedge fund veteran bill provided seed capital. For arc's i for atf's and that his help was quote crucial given the tough environment of securing funding for eds. In the early twenty tens. She continued to that quote. I have not spoken to him. Since the demise of our k goes but she did send him a note wishing him well our k goes collapse in late march when its debt-laden and concentrated positions on certain stocks unraveled others are pointing fingers. Chris irons tweets under the handle. Quoth the raven or cutie art research over the weekend said quote wong seeds are arc. Buys tesla mysterious opium. Call bai's and tesla gamma squeeze stock by ted ex higher for eighteen months wong by gs mysterious opium call buys gsa scam squeeze shorts and that four x the stock wong blows up after gov squeezes unwind. What's next arc and quote for her part would said she had quote no idea if wong had remained a shareholder in arc e. t. fs what else is happening. Airbnb and jordache are set to report earnings this week. Pfizer ceo opposes the us call to waive co vaccine patents. Those price. they are plante tech firm. Benson hill is going public in a two billion dollars. Spec merger verizon media heads into an uncertain future under apollo's a adjust plan for electric postal trucks getting traction among democrats bankruptcy filings. Hold above forty thousand for the second straight month. Covert vaccination rates is slow office occupancy rates edge up six agricultural stocks poised to ride food prices higher according to baron's looking at markets today together with northern trust in asia. The nikkei in japan is up. Six tenths of one percent behind sang in hong kong is down one tenth of one percent. This stock exchange and shanghai is up three tenths of one percent. The sense in india is up six tenths of one percent in europe midday. The footsie in london is up. One tenth of one percent cac in paris down two tenths of one percent same as the dax in frankfurt as we look at futures in the us dow futures three tenths of one percent higher. S&p futures flat nasdaq futures. Down four tenths of one percent. Now gold is up four tenths of one percent silver up nine tenths of one percent. Crude oil is up nine. Tenths of one percent trading around sixty five dollars and forty seven cents a barrel. Bitcoin is up. Four tenths percent to fifty eight thousand and the ten year treasury yield is flat at one point five eight per cent no major economic data releases today. If you enjoy today's podcast please be sure to rate and review it. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. That concludes today's wall street. Breakfast for listening for the best investment analysis and news on the web dot com. Subscribe to this. Podcast on apple podcasts. Google podcasts spotify stitcher. You can sign up for our other. Podcast behind the idea essay therapies. 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Wall Street Breakfast June 9: Countering China
"Welcome to health as wall street breakfast. Your daily source of market news and analysis. Subscribe to this. Podcast on apple podcasts. Google podcasts spotify. Stitcher good morning. Today is wednesday june ninth and i'm your host. Steve brown our top stories today. Countering china meam mania an internet outage leading today's news it could be one of the last major bipartisan bills of twenty twenty one but the senate gut it over the line late tuesday. The chamber approve the us innovation and competition. Act a two hundred and fifty dollar package aimed at challenging china's technological ambitions while the bill passed sixty eight thirty two in the senate. It's still needs approval in the house which has been weighing some different approaches but as likely to see wide support the one of the biggest government interventions did industrial policy in decades which trounced traditional party differences over economic policy. What's in the bill about one hundred ninety billion. We'll be directed at us technology and research to better compete globally including money for cutting edge. Science and artificial intelligence be a the national science foundation. Another fifty four billion would increase production and research into semiconductors telecom equipment as well as design and manufacturing initiatives. The commerce department will also get ten billion in funding to designate regional. Technology hubs for rnd and will be able to match financial incentives offered by state and local governments to chipmakers span or construct new factories according to some estimates federal spending and reach years total less than one percent of us gdp as well as less than three percent of total government spending the lowest level since the space race in the nineteen sixties with regards to semiconductor manufacturing been even worse the semiconductor industry association says the us share of global chip making capacities tumbled from thirty seven percent in nineteen ninety two twelve percent at the present. We are in a competition to win the twenty first century and the starting gun has gone off. We cannot risk falling behind. President biden declared while commerce secretary gina raimondo said the funding could result in seven to ten new use semiconductor plants response from china while beijing has long embraced a top down approach to investing in favored sectors. It expressed strong indignation and resolute opposition to the us bill which showed paranoid delusion of wanting to be the only winner. The measure also banned downloads of chinese owned tiktok on different devices not only military and homeland security phones and we'll block purchase of drones manufactured and sold by companies backed by the chinese government. It further expanded mandatory sanctions on chinese entities. Engaged in american cyber-attacks or the theft of intellectual property while reviewing export controls on that could be used to support human rights abuses in other news major averages close near the flat line on tuesday is stocks remained rangebound near record highs not much changed overnight with the dow it s and p five hundred futures holding study and contracts linked to the nasdaq inching up point one percent as mentioned yesterday. Some traders are staying on the sidelines before the latest inflation figures on thursday to gauge whether higher price pressures temporary as the economy rebounds from the coronavirus pandemic others have plunged headfirst into the wild world of mean trading clover. Health has become the latest target of the wsb. Red army who sent him in is rapidly expanding. Those looking for some outside the stocks skyrocketed ninety six percent to twenty two dollars on tuesday and is up eighteen percent in premarket trade. Those looking for some quick cash also jumped into windies which rose another five percents overnight following yesterday's twenty-five percent advance the latter move was notable as wendy's has relatively low short interest no squeezes and as an institutional favourite compared to amc blackberry and game. Stop quote it's different than nineteen ninety. Nine it's different in two thousand eight. The number of players today and the amount of capital today is massive compared to what we saw back when it was mostly professionals said online brokerage pioneer and options legend. Tom sosnov what you're seeing is. An entire generation become engaged so instead of waiting until they're fifty or sixty and trying to figure out what the markets are all about. They're doing it when they're twenty two or twenty three. This is a generational move other happenings. President biden is looking for a new coalition for infrastructure. Bill as talks with key. Republican senators collapsed. He'll also depart today on his first trip abroad. Since taking office the eight-day mission will seek to strengthen transatlantic ties including a g seven summit and a nato gathering as well as visits with clean elizabeth and russia's vladimir putin thousands of websites including seeking alpha went dark for nearly an hour on tuesday morning beginning at around six am eastern time. The issue stemmed from a configuration problem. Fastly a content delivery network operator that speeds uploading or streaming times for web pages content is basically stored across a large number of servers that are located closer to end users cutting the time it takes for the data to reach them via cloud networks. What happened on may twelfth with a software deployment that introduced a bug that could be triggered by a specific customer configuration. Under specific circumstances. Fastly said in a statement early. June eighth customer pushed valid configuration. Change that included the specific circumstances that triggered the bug which caused eighty five percent of our network to return errors we detected the disruption within one minute then identified and isolated the cause and disabled the configuration within forty nine minutes. Ninety five percent of our network was operating as normal investors. Were impressed with fastly turnaround. Time to address the problem. Sending shares of the company up eleven percent to fifty six dollars on tuesday following earlier losses after the outage. We have been and will continue to innovate and invest in fundamental changes to the safety of our underlying platforms added. Nick rockwell senior vice president of engineering and infrastructure fastly would public back in twenty nineteen and while the company is still loss. Making revenue has increased at a rapid pace climbing to two hundred ninety one million in twenty twenty outlook. Numerous companies play a pivotal role. Across the worldwide internet infrastructure landscape there are many layers to the plumbing ranging from switching which sends and receives packets of information from destinations all over the world to software controls at the top of the system. Anyone failure in the network could affect millions of people which has become an area of increasing concern following the recent cyber-attacks seen at jbs and the colonial pipeline q. The latest fintech to hit the public markets marquetia. The technology platform for card issuers is slated to begin trading this morning on the nasdaq under the ticker symbol. M q two. Other payments related companies fly wire and payment his sword in their. Ipo's last week while some other fintech listings are coming up like commission free brokerage hood. What does marquette do most of its business comes from interchange fees. The cost a merchant pays whenever a customer uses a card to make a purchase as well as offering. Api is that let companies build out virtual and physical card programs marquette mostly targets high growth tech companies as its clients like square affirm uber and door dash that differentiates it from established players like global payments and pfizer which catered to banks traditional credit card. Companies as emerging providers like stripe in aden by the numbers marquette price shares at twenty seven dollars late tuesday. Well above its original twenty dollars twenty four dollar range with the forty five point five million a shares that would raise one point two billion in value the company more than fourteen billion a boost in processing volume. Sorry marquette bring in two hundred and ninety three million in revenue during twenty twenty more than double twenty nine hundred numbers though the firm is still not profitable net losses narrowed in recent years but the company still lost forty seven point seven million in two thousand twenty compared to fifty eight point two million in two thousand nineteen go deeper. Marquette has gained remarkably from the accelerated shift to the digital economy brought on the coronavirus pandemic with processing volumes reaching sixty billion in two thousand twenty up from twenty one point seven billion in the prior year the platform even processed twenty four billion. Last quarter though much of that business has come from square. Which made up seventy three percent of its net revenue while marquette has agreements with squares card and cash app last until twenty twenty four terms of the future relationship could change and it could signal a need to diversify morningstar analysts brett horns. He's a risk in the customer concentration but also anticipates opportunities like the secular trend toward electronic payments. Which would act as a tailwind to card payment volumes as of six twenty today. The nasdaq crude oil and bitcoin are all set to open in the green without one. S and p five hundred flat and gold slightly down on. Today's economic calendar. Wholesale inventories are out at ten. Am eastern time. If you enjoyed. Today's podcast. Please be sure to rate and review it below. Your feedback is deeply appreciated. That concludes today's wall street breakfast. Thank you for listening. For the investment analysis and news on the web seeking dot com. Subscribe to this. Podcast on apple podcasts. 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BPR Full Show 9/29/20: Debate Prep
"Support for Boston, public radio comes from DC, you offering auto loans on new and used cars, trucks, and SUV's. You can talk your perspective monthly loan payment and learn more at c you dot org. What will dc you mean to you insured by NCUA membership required had Boston public radio. We'll start the show with you opening lines out of the first presidential debate. Tonight will you be watching if? So what are you looking for? Joe Biden was handed massive ammunition with the New York Times report in the president faxes willy. Be Able to effectively deliver the blow or trump's freewheeling debate style overcome Robert Kraft charges and solicit prostitution had been dropped blush cases against the owner of the SPA he patronized ns manager move forward NBC sports. Report snarky joining us to discuss that more than at noon Rhode. Island Governor Gina Raimondo joins us an eighty, nine, seven T H. You're listening to Boston public radio eighty, nine, seven Gbh, login ten hours still debate Marjorie. So every election year somebody a candidate, a party elder, an analyst says, this is the most important election of our lifetime. But. This time. It actually does feel like the most important and everybody is saying itself. You're among those who think this is the most consequential election of our lifetime is tonight's debate between trump and biden the most consequential face off of their lifetimes and ours tonight is you know is the first the three debates trump is on the defensive yester- counters on brand of American carnage with two hundred, thousand dead from the corona virus he has years of tax evasion to answer to is the. Hypocrisy of warp speeding amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court before no third and he also doesn't have the advantage that Joe Biden has apparently of going into the debate on performance enhancing drugs here is president trump on Sunday. Now, really marguerite suggesting the to submit themselves to a drug test. Ahead of the debate I'm willing to take a drug test I. think he should too. Because he's had a very uneven I watched him with. Some of the one team is with debating poke on this and Harris who treated him so badly, but I watched him. And he was out of it. and. I said, how did he go from there? Those horrible performances to where he was okay and I always joke but you know it is true. It was no Winston Churchill in debating but he was fine. And People say he was. On performance enhancing drugs. And a lot of people have said that a lot of people have written that whether he is or not doesn't matter but. I would love to take a test and he can take a test to unfortunately after that challenge shot Joe Biden has said he won't be doing it. So sadly, we will not have the test results by nine o'clock tonight but instead we're taking your calls asking you are you tuning in? Do you who would not be? Do you think tonight's debate could? Dynamic because the too nervous of the race and if you're among the eleven percent of undecided voters, are you watching tonight's debate? So you can make a decision eight, seven, seven, three, zero, one, eight, nine, hundred, seventy said what you said because you're nervous about tonight I'll just because a lot of people I've talked to are are are so upset by what's going on the United States stay there. So overwhelmed by the bad news, they just cannot sit through an hour and a half of nerve wracking exchanges between the president and Joe Biden there you know Joe. Biden is is ten years older than he was when he went toe to toe a Sarah Palin and did a very good job or when he went to Atari Toe with Paul Ryan when he ran with Romney four years later and he did really well but but again he's he's he's older and I think people are worried about him and trump himself said, you know Joe Biden didn't not anybody socks off in the earlier debate. So I think people are worried I'm hoping that will see the guy who debated Sarah Paul Sarah Palin, and Ryan tonight. I'm I'm a little nervous. Well, you know I. think that's legit. I'm so glad you said I because every time I say something like that I'm ages pig and he's not what he was at fifty sixty or even seventy i. mean that is what it is. You can't deny that doesn't matter how big a biden fan you may be I. Think the issue comes down to not just that is trump I spent the last night watching googling a lot of excerpts of trump in the debates in two, thousand sixteen and his ability to ignore questions change. The subject go on the attack is pretty incredible I have to say I mean that. Actually complementary way ended up getting elected president I said this before I don't know if I've said this on the Air I think this comes down to in great part can Chris Wallace Rain in the Donald Trump that we've gotten to know and these debates which is no mean feat he's not GonNa WanNa answer after he says, the tax office Fake News The New York Times. made it up rather than waiting for. Wallace's follow up question I assume he's going to start talking about one hundred Biden maybe even Bo Biden who knows and so one can wallace Raynham in. And remember there's no audience tonight which is. Unfortunate for Donald Trump who plays off an audience frankly brilliantly, and secondly, if it gets really personal, you read all the stories in the last twenty, four hours. Biden is getting prepared by his handlers to not. Go nuts when trump attacks people near and dear to him and I don't think that's going to be so easy to do. So I think the side show may be as determined of what people think after ninety minutes tonight as the the content has frankly trump doesn't really have. Four years ago we didn't have a record to defend now he's got a record and frankly not much of it is that defendable? He's got to explain why he is the President United States. Play paid less taxes or maybe the same amount of taxes somebody who serve French fries at McDonald's I mean not true. It's fake news on True I've paid millions and millions and millions of dollars in taxes I mean that's what he's GonNa say right Joe Biden can vary. Say He's lying again. There he goes again he's lying again. The other thing is you know the only good thing about this first of all when you re the experts on this, they said that debates really don't matter in terms of changing votes and we know that the trump people are are pretty much baked in and the. People pretty much baked in, but one thing that will be good about this is that if if people and trump world. Who Listen get their facebook news from facebook or get from Fox News, which is a propaganda outlet of the president where the president basically tells them what to say and and back and forth we talked about Brian Stelter and his great book hoax about the symbiotic relationship between Fox and the present they may be for the first time hearing someone repeatedly say you're lying about this you're lying about that. That's the only thing I can see is good about this Marjorie Maury. High people you see interviewed yesterday who are trump voters who are asked about his tax evasion and how many of those people did you hear say it really concerns me did you see ones from people? Yeah I didn't hear. You're not. I think it's great that he's doing I try to pay as little as I can to. That's why he's a great businessman on and on. But I think one of the problems for for a lot of people that are in that that bubble is that they are not hearing reality they're in a they're in a bubble that's disengaged from reality. So I think that this will be for the most part despite trump's trying to tell a lot allies will be more reality based than what they're getting their. Contact I think the big thing that could be determined. Debates unless you make a huge mistake. Like Poland Gerry Ford. However I think the issue you raised at the top of the show is a big one. I think the bar is not terribly hind for Joe Biden but and by the way Donald, trump has helped make it low by criticizing them and saying he's an APP he's in companies, whatever I think if Biden. Slips up here. I don't mean on substance but shows a certain slowness. I think it is going to cause people. Some concern. So I think that this could be a big debate. I'm not so much that trump can do something to help himself but I think Biden has potential but hurt himself we we'll. We'll see eight, seven, seven, three, zero one. Eighty nine seventy is our number. Where do you WanNa start in the I thank you for Calling Kevin. Hey Hey. Guys Jeremiah's say my first attempt at warned hazards and advocate failure. Well. It depends on the very quickly. A totally depends on the quality of the corn beef if the corn beef is tender and good, it's a piece of cake so to speak so keep trying Kevin. Let me know. Okay. Thank you. Have you got mind and then I'm going to go spitfire here I am not watching the debate because I am already decided. I do remember watching Biden Debate Paul Ryan, and it was like watching Tyson fight a greater. Being, typing I the I when I really really really one and actually trying to mean to know is. Eleven percents undecided on with you. What rocket another? Rebel by the way what you're saying. Here. But Kevin, you've seen. Let me see if I'm reading and you're saying how can anybody be undecided instill support trump I don't care which way they're undecided I cannot believe that with while voting already having started I think in a majority of states I'm not quite sure that anybody that high numbers undecided either you a lot of people say they're undecided because they hope they're in a focus group on CNN or MSNBC or Fox News. So maybe they're cooking the books but I I'm with you Kevin you're a strong man not to watch thank you much for the Call I think it's a moment in history. Even if you're decided, it's really hard for me to imagine other than anxiety concerns somebody not watching an historic ninety minutes you know yeah and it's going to be interesting the role of Chris Wallace too because Chris is a Fox News Guy but he's a he's A. Real journalist on his real fair he need. I agree said his role tonight will be to be invisible as much as possible and I think that the idea that is going to be fact checking the president constantly is just not true. You're going to have to probably watch the post debate analysis or maybe there's online. The New York. Times The Washington Post Do. Twitter. All during the real live not twitter they have real. Time tweet and real time. They will post in real time on the site. With you at all by the way, you think when Donald Trump says in when he's asked about the tax thing so fake news is not true. You think he's the Wallace's move on I. Don't know I hope not I. Hope Not what is most incredible about this tax thing if the president is four hundred and eleven million dollars in the hole. Four hundred eleven million national security for. This morning re hundred, million of that is due within. Four years so. If he wins the presidency he's GonNa have to figure out how the hell is. GonNa this whole. Maybe, play favorites as he has already with certain countries in the hopes that they'll help him out of this whole. If you read this stuff last night about national security experts of both political persuasions talking about how corruptible, how how compromisable of that's a word a person with that kind of debt is it's it's a real serious issue having said that people love him who love them regardless and you're in North Attleboro you're in Boston public radio ten hours before the debate plan. Good Morning I call and I wanted to see that we already know that the president is corruptible. Period. And your your previous caller was terrific what I am also not watching the. Fortunately for me. My television died and having replaced. But. Radio, and you know. But. My because I don't have to watch him. The man nauseates me I cannot. I cannot watch him without getting sick to my stomach literally. And I'm afraid for Joe. Biden. Because trump if nothing is a showman, he's not honest. He's not reliable he is corruptible. Select I said, I've already made up my mind. I. Have Friends who haven't made up their mind because they're looking for a third choice. And I don't understand that a third you'll have a choice. Yeah. There is a libertarian and green by the way there is returning green. It's not our neighbor down the block though in. Lexington this time. On the Green Party ticket. So and I understand the TV thing but it's obviously it's all over the place it's online. It's on radio or are you gonNA live up to your word or you think the the allure is going to be too great by nine fifteen and you're going to have no choice but to check it out, you're not. You. I will listen to what you guys tomorrow. Wow. You're trusting soul I. Go ahead. I am one of those people that I never watched the George Floyd video. I cannot. I believe in justice I believe in Man's humanity. And it's just not going on right now, I don't need to get. And thank you for your first. We'll try to do well for you tomorrow morning with our analysis. And represents a lot of people that cannot look at this man and all this morning said three quarters of voters in. America. Going to watch this thing three quarters huge that quarter that just can't can't do it. Before. Me and the guy before you're you one of those people who if you weren't doing what you do for a living, whatever it is, we do. You would not watch US I probably watch it anyway, but it's become difficult for me to watch the president's news conferences even though I'm a reporter and journalist because he just lies and lies and lies and. He gets away with it and and what's really upsetting issue here people like I said You, know we've interviewed people who who? We did yesterday who think that? You know we're not really sure whether masks are good or not. Because they're living in this Julie. Hall. Who is the She says she personally favors them but there's a difference of opinion and we her she's running for Joe Kennedy seat on the Republican side and we said there isn't a difference of opinion, her response was. A network she's heard people o n is the president's favourite network one American network. Has had experts in quotes on who were suggesting that Get this out there because that guy who used to run the presence campaign or Rick Gates. Deputy campaign managers written a book which is actually favorable. Yes he was dying to, but I didn't know this until today the president, the present seriously wanted his daughter Ivanka to be the vice president when he ran back in two thousand sixteen, I did not know that. Did you know that I knew it learned last night it's in the book I if. You know they had on CNN. They had What's the name of the woman who big executive who was in last campaign? WHO TRUMP DONALD TRUMP. Carly Fiorina who's voting for Biden by the way and said she wasn't. Surprised at all and I I guess I was surprised for a nanosecond and then not surprise. But since she couldn't be vice president, he decided to write her a consulting check for three quarters of a million dollars. and. She's a little hot water here. Too I think vodka. Let's go to India. I mean, there's there's some mean in terms of potential criminal liability all that's true. That may be the case and Ian Cambridge you're next on Boston public radio. Thanks so much. Hi. Good Morning March Green Jim I can hardly stop laughing about any idea that there's no way an expert. But Good but The. Thing that I'm thinking here is that three quarters of the vote is GonNa be watching tonight that's. Also going to be watching for the same reason I am I'm GonNa Watch. To. Watch. Donald Trump's no skip, buddy. well. What? I guess the same reason that the trump. Voters are watching. You know Andy I assume when you said that you meant figuratively, but a lot of people were. But nobody you know a lot of people are very close to Joe Biden and you don't even need to be close to. Joe. Biden to know how much his family and his kids mean to him. And when trump goes after hunter Biden, which is he said he already would. For obvious reasons, it's one thing. I don't know what the would be I can't I wouldn't put it past him to go after Beau Biden and I don't think there's more sensitive topic and Joe Biden's life than loss of his son after the loss of another child and his first wife obviously when he was twenty nine years old just elected to the Senate so. I think Biden or any human being who loves people who are gone. If they're in this debate, are GonNa have a hard time tonight and? I'm bringing jobs to to see how he reacts got into. I halfway hope that he does say printing up Bo. Biden. because if he does we can hear that line from Mr Welsh back up and the hearings it's easier long. Have you no decency well, Andy. The only thing I'd say to that is he brought up the son of the wonderful con- family the Gold Star family and he won the election he trashed Joe John McCain in life and in death, and it didn't really cost them so. The rules don't apply to this particular president least the political roles don't we'll see. Andy. Thank you very much for your call. We appreciate it eight, seven, seven, three, zero, one, eight, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy is our number. About tonight's presidential debate, the first of three were asking if you're tuning in if you are are you a nervous wreck, if you think this late in an unprecedented race, it will even matter this one or the next to the conversation continues on eighty nine seventy Boston public radio number's eight, seven, seven, three, one, eighty, nine, seventy, the emails epr W. G. B. H. Dot. Org. Welcome. Back to Boston public radio. Jim. Ryan Margarita little less than ten hours before the first debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump we're taking your calls but whether or not you`re What are you looking for much to my amazement or I through caller said they are not watching they've made up their mind. Have you made up your mind and even if you have is that GonNa, stop you from watching. This is your contest in your house you counting who will say the following more how many times trump will say fake news as compared to how many times Biden will say that's a bunch of Malarkey I would say it's going to be fairly close call eight, seven, seven, three, zero, one, eighty, nine, seventy, Tim did you realize excuse me that it cost as much to go the Jonas brothers? Two, thousand, Nineteen Tour? As the president paid in taxes are did not but I do know I do a lot of comparisons twitter. A fine job making the comparisons and Kellyanne Conway's husband Georgia courses. No Fan of the president points out that it cost him more to buy treats for the family corgis. President. In. Taxes. We saw by the way when he was asked the first question about it at the I think it was in the Rose, Garden, I'm not sure where yesterday he turned around and left the press conference but I'm assuming you know they keep saying by the way that he's not actually preparing for the debate and in one hand you believe it because he's so self confident the other hand often candidates do that kind of thing to lower expectations I hate that lowering expectation game by the way, but you don't. Know if he's preparing or if he says I did so well in twenty sixteen, then I'll just do it all over again. One last thing about people who are fiscal conservatives you what you see in these taxes is at the present really has done to US businesses what he's done to the country with this unbelievable ballooning deficit we have because of the two thousand, seventeen tax cut is it he just kept going further and further into debt and taking out more and more loans taking out more and more loans and? Raising. And it's different than any other CEO's Sony people have pointed out. Jeff Bazo is Amazon may not pay taxes, but jeff basis is paying taxes or the guy. People. That run apple we don't know that he's pants that we don't know that he's Well. Everybody that I've read this morning talking about demonstrating the personal taxes of person that makes zillions of dollars and the company taxes I. Don't know that maybe it's been out there I don't know the basis is paying taxes I mean if he's manipulated his company's bottom line to where he's paid nothing in a number of years, why do you? So me as manipulated his own personal tax returns well became zero. Or close. Just what these guys are saying okay. Okay. Trump owns his own company, the loss and so phenomenal he he lost so much money that he managed to not pay taxes in those years but they pointing out that this is not the way billionaires and millionaires usually operate because they are separate from the companies that you also said the effective tax rate for a similarly situated billionaires in this country yesterday, you read from the New York. Times basis twenty, four, point, one percent. So obviously, you're right by the way, we will getting to the caller earlier said I made a joke and several TV listening to on the radio wasn't really a joke we are obviously carrying this thing tonight live nine eleven and the Great Mary. Blake will be anchoring so you can get it on an eighty nine seven if you can't bear watching Jeff car, you're next on Boston public radio I. I, how are you guys? We're good. I will be watching debate but I have another thought throw out there. REPES-. Plus. Million dollars in debt and Mike. Bloomberg is spending a hundred million dollars in Florida so that for convicts would be able to clear their. Fines and so forth and be able to vote. Why Bloomberg just go to trump in stay I'll help you get out of debt you'll get out of the rate. By the way to correct your numbers Jeff F. I made the hundred million is on the campaign. He says he's raised sixteen million from foundations and individuals to help. Former felons pay their debts that they're entitled to vote and let me just tell you if people didn't see sixty minutes on Saturday night Sunday night Lesley Stahl did an interview with the man who did serve time who is championing the campaign that led to the constitutional amendment being adopted that said, former felons. When they've done their time can vote and obviously the. Republicans. In the legislature the ones that amended the law to make sure you had to pay. An average of one thousand dollars, fifteen hundred dollars in fines or most of them can't pay. It is a one of the most moving brilliant inspirational pieces you can possibly imagine so people should check it out online Jeff I love your idea and Bloomberg could afford it. So if anybody on the Bloomberg team is listening, go to jeff thanks for the call number is eight, seven, seven, three, one, eighty, nine, seventy. Let's go to Joe in the CAR Hijo Kodjo. agem Marjorie love listening to you show. Thanks I'll let you know that No I'm not watching the debate is it's GonNa be you can catch the. Tomorrow and it's just GONNA. Give me a night of bad sleep. worsening. Day In day out. Incredible. I. Mean. Joe Is Not Atypical think at all. Two of my kids are beside themselves over this. One No. Because because I think they're looking at the future that worried about you know jobs that worried about climate change that we're all the stuff and I think they're very political but I think I think you are typical of those people who feel. It's just gonNA. Send their blood pressure through the roof and upset them too much. By the way you Joe, the luxury that I have that sadly, listeners do not have unless Margaritas generous enough to give our personal phone number. I, get to text Marjorie through the whole debate tonight to find out what kind of abject agony she is in for ninety minutes starting at eight, fifty, nine, maybe ninety. Thanks for the call not to be. Even more depressing but but. Joe Biden could do really well tonight and it may not matter as basement mad that much and my real fear is that the GOP is very clever about suppressing votes. Getting these absentee ballots and mail in ballots disqualified. That's that's my real fear is understand that can I say something? That's a legitimate fear. But yeah, I read a piece I read several pieces last night actually I'm sure you did too on the polling over the last couple of months. And what's Troubling I don't know what it is I shouldn't characterize what here's what it is. It has been. Constant for a few months nothing. Murders. Of African. Americans unarmed. Hasn't changed things that tax thing admittedly that's new isn't change things. Coney Barrett hasn't changed things two hundred, thousand dead people in this country. Most of them didn't have to die. The point is this is in many ways locked in I. think unless one of two things happens there's either a disastrous performance by Biden, tonight which. Could be or as you suggest I know it's your greatest fear that the fact that the vast majority of Biden. Voters apparently, you're gonNa vote by mail and mail is laden with lots of potential Suppression or disqualification problems that could I guess turn this around so I guess you're right to worry Pamela in the car. Thank you for calling play Pamela. Hi Nice said talk with you. Again, I had two points in response to two two comments that you all made one. Marjorie you said something about how hard it is to watch him because he lies all the time. Correct. What it's hard is that nobody ever confronts him and that would be beautiful to have biden tonight. Look at him and say you're bleeding. You're a bully because you have you have not prepared and you don't have an intelligent answer and you resort to name calling and nobody ever does that and that's to me. It's so frustrating and they're such an injustice about it and that is The second point has to do with something you said Jim, which was he isn't preparing if he's so. He hasn't preparing never prepares he doesn't know anything and that's I mean, and so he has to he knows that the way that he's going to try to win this is. Bullying name call and that's easy for him to do. So why he doesn't have to prepare Pamela when you say the first part about nobody challenged him, do you mean fellow Republicans? Do you mean report? What do you mean? The press I think the press doesn't I I Disagreed the me to give you one. There are a number of reporters in the White House. Press Corps. Who Do challenge him quite regularly and to the guy who is doing the debate tonight, which is one of the reasons I think trump's not very happy with the choice of moderator. If you watch is, Marty said the most recent Chris Wallace one on one with the president he didn't let them get away with Ed anything. Here's let anybody Democrat in my opinion. Democrat or Republican get away with anything despite the Fox News employment situation. So on at least the former point, Pamela I, think the media has has challenged them the fact that he won't answer most of the time is a whole other issue but thank you for your thoughts. We appreciate the question is if Chris Wallace is the president a hard time tonight. Be Able to really be criticized by his colleagues. Does the analysis I. Think he's going to give me a hard time to Israel. Again, I may be proven wrong. I have found him to be a really fair he's. And wildly well, inform you watch that actually a center of our Jonathan. Swan. The. told me away and with Wallace is to do a really good one on one interview with someone in power. You gotTa know everything correct and it's really intimidating having done some of those and so of you or doing a debate like we're doing the only debate in the Marquis O'Connor thing next week when people like Swan and Wallace through a debate you watch in awe they know everything about every single topic, which is Pretty Incredible. By favorite part of the Chris Wallace interview last one with with President was when the president was talking about this test he took you know to show that he was a genius or whatever he is. Chris Wallace says well, well, I took the test to Mr President they say is that an elephant and? Say Yes was. That was. Test depressive. Great can I by the way knowledge, the debate tonight I want to repeat its were carrying out here in eighty nine seven. We're going talk to John King about it later, and we're John King leaves us. We're GONNA take your calls yet again on the debate because in our estimation we are going to be watching and we think it's a pretty good night. So if you have more to say about, please stick around. Okay we are moving on now and it'd be talking at traffic art. She joins US up next to talk about sports stuff we're going to Bell Jack, versus, Brady how doing and the Celtics. Well they didn't make it. But anyway, that's up next an eighty nine, seven, w. g. b. h. lost to public radio. Welcome back to Boston Public Radio Marti Regan Jim Rally Jonas Align latest sports headlines is trending because there are trainings an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston, and a contributor. In morning hey great. Charge you twenty because Nerik so I I believe we are three games into the NFL season. And inquiring minds WanNa know who's got the magic here trying to Kazaric is it Tom Brady down in Florida or is it Bill Belichick with the Patriots and their new quarterback? Cam Newton. Well. I guess that's to be determined because both teams are two and one right now and they're winning in different ways Tom Brady to his credit look a lot better on Sunday as did rob Gronkowski. So that offense kind of seems to be rounding into form. The Patriots even though Cam, Newton quite frankly didn't play very well on Sunday they ran for over two hundred, fifty yards and their defense shut down Derek Carr and the raiders in the second half offensive line looked great. We're being honest if the end of the day, the Fox probably still the better team right in terms of overall just talent and what they have. I think they'll probably win the NFC south pretty easily 'cause it looks like the New Orleans saints aren't very good but I have just been shocked by how many people thought that they would root for Tom Brady this year and kind of Eupol for and kind of when they watch him play or like high hopes and throw eight kicks. What can I tell you? Ever, Lucien to watch how quickly people in doing its part on someone who leaves them I think that's part I want to amend Martyrs Question I have another angle on the same thing but to comment on your thing is to see a quarterback for the Patriots. Is Happy in his full life is this guy is not only on the field when you watch them on the sideline I mean this is a pretty tense thing. It's your life it's your job he sort of a reclamation project after being brilliant and then not so brilliant this is Cam Newton for a couple of years he looked so into it and have fun which is so contagious even for those of us were just watch on TV but I think. The other question about Brady versus Belgium I have always been on the side that ballot check wouldn't be seen as the greatest coach ever if he wasn't lucky enough to have Brady for twenty years, not the reverse but having watched much these first three games bell check doesn't have I mean some of his best players are not applying either because a covert or because they're gone Allah Brady it is amazing even with Cam Newton not doing so well on on. Sunday. Bella check. Is I may have been under. Playing, the genius of the genius you know. I told her I'm GonNa work backwards I do WANNA. Talk About Cam Newton and the attitude in Foxborough. Do you think it's an interesting change from from years prior? But yeah, I mean, Jim when you look at like, I want WanNa Throw Josh mcdaniels in there as well. You know people looked I think a lot who looked at Josh mcdaniels and thought okay visits the year that we're gonNA find out is he really a good offensive coordinator? What can he do when he doesn't have a surefire hall thing? Six. Times. Super Bowl winning quarterback behind seven four have what is this offense going GonNa look like a house bill bell checking to make things work. How are they going to win games when they don't have Tom Brady anymore and they have once again found a way to do it and they're. And they're doing it in it Kinda unconventional way team start run the ball for two hundred, fifty yards a game anymore. This is a passing quarterback driven league and for those two guys to be smart enough to understand other team's defenses and exactly how to put together an offense that is going to either don't win I mean even look at the loss of they had to Seattle. They were right there. They had a chance against Russell. Wilson and one of a team that a lot of people think are legitimate is legitimate super bowl contender and they had until the final seconds of that game to possibly come back and win it. This week against the chiefs is going to be great but to your point about him Newton I'm not sure how much of like of his post game interview you saw yesterday, Jim. But there was this really great moment where said he's got all these crazy nicknames for everybody on the team, right? So he calls Bill Belichick, dollar, dollar, Bill, Y'all which if you watch billions where that comes from Josh mcdaniels is Mickey Dj joined element is highway eleven to Kilkare Harry is Doboy Isaiah. Win Is Winnie the Pooh. So anyway, there's all these things and Then, he had this comment afterwards where he said, you know a lot of people look at the Patriots and they see the Patriot Way and what they see is that it's not fun to play here and it's all hard work and it is hard work and we're all buying into this system. But behind the scenes we love each other we're having a good time and that is so different from what we saw the last few years with Tom Brady, which ingredients defense after twenty years with anybody no matter how much you love them they become annoying. So I think he was sort of over the that. The rigidness organization whereas I think for Cam Newton slow that rigidity has given him structure and a chance to resurrect his career. But at the same time I think maybe he's caught bill bowel check at a time where he feels recant canfield like. Some life I can change the narrative about this place. It's a lowest fun interesting dynamic to watch. This season is far more interesting than I think any of us ever imagined that could be trying to killing us you one more football than you and I sort of got into it last week over the whole covert thing and how these football players are. Escaping it, which I found to be incredible through two weeks. And well, apparently. The escape is over the Tennessee Titans have closed their I'm reading their facilities is from ESPN after three players and five team personal members tested positive for covid nineteen and I guess they're playing the Vikings are something. What happens I don't even know what the protocol is in pro football obviously for those who don't know they're not in a bubble unlike that which is survive with no positives NHL which is finished seasons no positives. What are they, GonNa do. So. Right. Now, the Titans facility is closed as is the vikings they believe the vikings also have had we have had at least one or two part. Okay So they are clay are but I think that might be separate because you wouldn't play on Sunday and test positive on Tuesday right? Like that's not how this from what we understand virus works. So but it does seem like they may have had or previously had a positive test while survey I think both teams are going to. Not. have any team activities today shutdown of facilities, and then reevaluate what's really in question is so those teams, the Vikings and the titans played each other this weekend. Obviously. Testing yes, they played each other this weekend. So obviously, those teams will continue to test get tested all week long and see if positive tests pop up. What is in question is the titans are supposed to play the Pittsburgh steelers this Sunday and I forgive me I'm not sure who the vikings are supposed to play But what I think what what really will be in question is if we see three players for being honest, I think the threshold. In football is a percentage of players and personnel in total and I don't think that five total individuals reach reaches that threshold I think what you could do is what a lot of other teams do, which is if you have unlike baseball where you play every day football, you have an entire week up until Saturday to figure out the and they've been tested daily. Right So they don't have any more positive tests, they may be able to just quarantine those players to put those guys on I r and then play the game as is on Sunday. But if they now get an influx of more and more positive tests, we're we're going to see for the first time. The NFL will be tested and tested in the literal sense of a Kobe test. But tested as to how do they handle what what do you do because it's not like the titans and steelers are. No offense jets fans, but they're not like the jets rightly these Games could matter come the end of the year in terms of scheduling and seating playoff implications. So we'll have to see how you know what what happened how do they handle things if two teams cannot play in a week? How do you make up those games? Do you not make them up? Do you have to adjust things? You know again a winning percentages or different types of tiebreaker scenarios? In terms of seating making the playoffs. So this is the first world challenge for the NFL. So Twenty Eric. We didn't talk to about this shift but these prostitution solicitation charges against. Bob Kraft Patriots owner were dropped in Florida doing know what's happened to the woman in this spa. And it doesn't. It's interesting. You bring that up merging and talked about in any of the articles right? The only thing that the the articles that I read which I think we're pretty limited to like the globe and CNN. Talk about how Robert Kraft had his charges dropped essentially because the prosecution could not use the video obtains and without the video they had no case and so it did not make sense for them to cross acute going forward. But yeah, it's interesting Marjorie. That once again, the women involved does are just sort of a side story and they're not it's not. It's not something that that is talked about. So I to be honest I don't know what happened what has happened to the women involved in this case whether they employees or the woman who is running the massage parlor. That was not stated in any of the articles. Now that's not doesn't say that doesn't mean that has been stated somewhere. It just was not talked about a written about you. Know that. There was some jail time for at least one of them and I think deportation charges for another one of them and I just wondered if they got them. Result I. Know He never. To them how we know how it works. Marjorie they will go to jail or get deported and the jobs will go free because that's how unfortunately sex work sex work workers are often treated in this country. The people who are associating soliciting and utilizing the services go scot-free. People offering the services who are often they're against their own will. Are Destitute situations in which they feel. They have no other options. You know they end up serving time. Creature stay on this for one second a martyr you're the you said this on the show relentlessly and you said it a minute ago I, don't know if people heard it because you. Try to both talking. He's he did this you an apology as they've been months ago but it was to his family as friends the fans but not to the women you part of the explanation we heard from people who are supportive of crafts position in this I don't mean in the underlying offense, but you know it's understandable because he still has a case pending. The case is over. It's gone. So in light of that fact, what excuses there for him not issuing a statement today saying exactly what you've said Mara he should have said months ago. I apologize to these women maybe he offers to pay for their representations or something to show that he has concern for the women who Obviously earn far more trouble than he ended up being. I don't get it actually at all and I mean. Listen it's not right Jim but I'll tell you what it is people. You know I think even the men who utilize sex workers look at them in a dehumanizing way as less fan right. So in their mind, it is a choice they made to offer prostitution. There is not a deep understanding of. And let's there are probably some women who, yes they do choose sex work as their as their chosen occupation. I'm not saying that that does not happen but historically what we've seen in these cases are that. Whether they are literally forced or just circumstances have forced women into decisions to sell their body as an as their only way to survive or support themselves or maybe stay in their country to take care of family members children. They're not seen like that quite frankly they're just seen as I don't know. What proper word is to use NPR but they are seen as. Bad words. Bad. Thank you I'm. Like. Oh my gosh this is NPR. Say What I wanNA save anywhere else. Delicate ears. From Jim and Marjorie so you throw. That's unfortunate thing right like that's how these women are looked at. They're looked at as dirty. When a lot of times at all. They're not even human humans grab it would cost him nothing now to apologize it minimum and to it. Make an offer to help them in some damn way. It's just It would it I should do it. Any case you know on the same day the red sox ended their disastrous season than the Celtics and their season. I guess two wins short of making it to the NBA. Finals. I'm much more interested actually in the red sox because it was almost like the season ever happened I mean this is just It's on it's it's they'd played sixty games and I listened to a number of them but it was almost like it wasn't there and I don't think it was just because they were doing so horribly and now they fired their manager on the last I. Guess the Last Day of the season, the last game, and then the issue is Alex Cora who's been suspended for a year, not for his misbehavior with this team but his prior team when I, guess he was the bench coach or whatever. You call it with Houston when they won the world series, he's playing a one year suspension and they're sort of dancing around about whether the red sox would bring him back. I'm going to do a MARGERY EAGAN I'm no expert on baseball. However. It is so obvious to me despite all the denials that he's going to be the next manager of the red, SOx, they're gonNA say. His price he loves the players the players love him and he's. He's apologized for his misdeeds. He shouldn't be barred from office that he's back since surgery. It's so interesting because we just talked about this on our show yesterday. John's Mossy. You guys know well, he's. He said it's like our. Test. You listen to high in bloom and Eugen here what New Year boom talk you hear the way that he dances around you hear absolutely a hundred and ten percent they're bringing. Alex score back. He is the next manager and they just don't want to say it. Tomasz on the other hand. Here's. I don't WanNa. Hire. Alex Cora this is not my this is not what I want as manager and I haven't told him that I don't want him manager yet. So I am trying to find a way to not tell everyone that I'm GonNa make my own decision bring my own diet to Mossy is convinced that high end bloom. We'll hire someone else that he's going to hire his quote unquote his own guy and that he is not going to go back to the well but a lot of other people and I'm one of them I listened to him. Talk and I hear high in bloom basically saying well, I don't want to be a total jerk on the day that we fired Reynecke and naked. So obvious that he was just a seat warmer for the guy that we were going to bring right back but that's one hundred percent what we're going to do I have no idea. A lot of people think the best thing that they could do is bring quarterback because it would bring some interest back to this team right? Like you would have a guy that everybody liked players, fans media alike. He is a good young manager and he would maybe draw some interest and excitement around this team that quite frankly no one is really cared about. About this another context when if you've done your time, when can you be rehabilitated and reemerge? Would do you think about core? Alex Cora and I think he probably deserves another chance I mean what he did. Was Wrong obviously, but they're also is a part of me that understands that like. Baseball is a little bit. If you're not cheating, you're not trying when it comes to sign stealing. A little bit and I mean. Totally honest, I really liked. Alex and I liked covering him and I thought that he think he's a good manager. And I'd like to think that he's probably learned his lesson to to the extent that whatever he was doing in Boston it wasn't agreed. That egregious? Yeah. So he clearly even learn like some tiny part of the lesson after leaving Houston and I think that Houston was kind of a cesspool of place anyway moves talked about this before like. That's a place that has had that brought in a closer who had major not that all domestic violence accusations and charges art bad that his were especially on terrible word about the. The cheating scandals. I mean everything they've been. taught. Nobody's lost their job. Did they the ball lost the job you? All ballboy? Loss Ns who radio guy lost his. Right a always some poor guy who's probably making like seventy thousand dollars a year. I say something about this I want to get back to what I said before about the season never happened you can watch hockey this is me not them? Just me hockey football basketball, my attitude television sports, and they're great to watch, and it's nice to be in the stadium or the field house or whatever. There is nothing that I enjoy in Boston in the summer we've talked about this on the Air Lot Marjorie a hot summer day in Fenway is about as much fun as you can I mean you. Know. I'm serious well, the sausages plural and the beer I mean it is as much fun as the summer day can be anywhere and you sort of feel cheated it's not the Red Sox fall obviously but you can't I don't enjoy the television experience on baseball one hundredth as much as I enjoy. Now the only problem is Marjorie said quite regularly. I. Don't know if you're where this strength when Margaret and I begged a for tickets to a playoff game about fifteen years ago and the then head of espy felt pity for us and gave us tickets. We were in seats down the right field line and I couldn't get out of my seat and Marjorie says that we had to use one of the. Olive. Oil Sprays to get me out. That may be true. Maybe, not be true but the seats are a little small but other than that. Also less that game really earlier. Comeback in history Jimmy was worried about getting out of the parking law the next day on the air and say, we stayed because our boss gave the tickets but Marjorie is too good Catholic girl and she wouldn't. I back. Catholic Catholic guilt. Absolutely. Know all about that trying. Don't you? Yes. Oh, I do still. No, longer practicing Catholic it's still nags at. The the next week the Patriots are playing. A team that has. Arguably, the next greatest quarterback in the history. Of. Football I mean, he is I watch a few minutes last night. This guy is a magician. He Really. Whatever? We only have a few seconds left. You're also in some sort of Kansas City patriots competition. What are you doing? Really quickly it's for cancer research in Kansas City and Boston and helps can't catch them, which is a camp for kids who have been affected by cancer in their family. Notably, their parents they get to camp completely free. It's a wonderful organization. It's twenty five dollars a person you guys can do this. Even you guys you don't need to run. It's a run or walk you just tally up your miles over two weeks the city that walks or runs the most miles wins but either way k. you cancer center. Beth Israel deaconess Needham and camp tests are the real winners because for just twenty five bucks, you can help you pay. Very much opposed during. Eric. NBC Sports. Contributor. Thanks again, coming up Rhode Island Governor Gina. Raimondo is next on Boston public radio eighty, nine, seven Gbh. Coming up in Boston Public Radio Rhode Island has consistently led the nation in testing for covid nineteen and made an aggressive push to reopen schools for in person learning. How is that state fair compare ours and just a few minutes. Governor Gina Raimondo will us to discuss immigrant detention center in Georgia. A whistle blower complaints uncovered horrifying reports of non consensual medical procedures before formed on women, including hysterectomies or four sterilization. Mexico is investigating an executive director of the national immigration. Forum. I'LL IRANI JOINS US to discuss that more coming up in Boston public radio eighty, nine, seven GP H. Marcher Yagan. This hour number two of Boston public radio eighty nine seven GP H. Look Jim Either. Marjorie. So joining US online is Gina Raimondo governor of the Calamari Comeback State formerly known as the cooler and warmer you know Google if you don't know what it means that of course would be Rhode Island Governor Raimondo it's great to talk to you as always Guys just being with you. I hope everyone's been. Okay. Yeah. Well, thank you very much. Congratulations on the column comeback. That's a very important. Distinction there, governor you know I want to talk a little bit about schools aglow Pettit A. Few days back. Talking about how island is brought more kids back for in person learning sooner that. You and our governor Charlie Baker both want kids back in school. But at least at the time of this piece masters only had about a dozen districts plan to return to classrooms this fall and you guys had the vast majority of your state sixty six district. So what are you doing differently? Well I should say this is probably my number one priority at the moment these kids have to get back in school Kids are struggling. You know the this is a serious issue, and so I've really leaned into it. Most of it is planning you know most of it is hard work of planning to make sure that the district's have the support they need. And so I've been on this for for like four months. Talking to the districts figuring out what they need. we also set up a one of a kind. It's the only one in America. It's a statewide education command center. So similar to what I would do or any governor would do during a hurricane I have the National Guard in their twenty, four, seven operation and anyone any superintendent or principal or teacher can call in and say I need help with this how Do I deal with that. So honestly, it's no magic. It's just a lot of hard work and I haven't been shy about it. You know I'm really disappointed in certain districts like Warwick. Second largest school district not doing the right thing by their kids no reason those kids aren't in school and I'm going to keep pushing I i. just feel the kids need an advocate. You know the the teachers unions are advocating for the teachers. It's fine and I want to be safe to God bless the teachers but I. I gotTa be in the ring for the kids because Dang home and trying to teach themselves is not working for them. It seems to be one of the elements we read I. Think it was in the globe that you were offering testing any. Employees the school system or student it appears here. Governors offering mobile testing. If there's a cluster, is this ability to be at the top of the list in terms of testing this a function I know I've heard you mentioned before that you have this private public partnership with CBS, which is obviously headquartered in Rhode. Island is CBS the key to the fact that you have at the top of the list for most of the last six months. I let me say they were fantastic. Unbelievably fantastic helping us especially when we needed it. Not. So much at this point i. mean they were there in the very beginning and God, bless them for doing it. Now we have developed a pretty robust system. Really, leveraging, commercial labs, university labs, our own labs. Buying our own equipment. And we are testing more than any state in America a per capita basis. We are number one in America this by the way is a key piece of the puzzle for schools. So we have set up an entirely separate system of testing and contact tracing just for schools. So we have the regular system. You know for Rhode Islanders and then a completely separate system just for teachers and students, and that's i. think the key piece of the puzzle here. Like systems, we need systems, contact tracing systems, e-systems. Honestly I. Deploy the National Guard. The weekend before school to like install box fans and windows of schools are like this is the not glamorous work that's necessary to get these kids back governor, Raimondo. How does the testing work? Is that weekly? Is it daily? What is it? It's on demand so we have set up a separate. Call Center. it's Kinda hotline for K. through twelve schools. If you wake up sick or if you go to school and you start to feel sick you call that hotline and they. Will test you. We've set up I think twenty sites all around the state. Our commitment is you don't have to drive more than ten or fifteen minutes to testing site. They'll take you the same day you get same day results. Wow, and and then contact tracing. So it's. It's anyway. It's. It's pretty good. It's pretty robust you. What's your is your positivity rate a little over one. Now, what is the positivity rating around? Right now, at one point, four percent can the one thing's really troubled me? One of the things actually is 'cause people like me and Marjorie to occasionally get some sleep as our positivity rate here in Massachusetts has been below one percent but then we read a story in the globe. This morning is really troubling and actually a guy you stole from us the wonderful Sheesh job who left here now is the dean of the School of Public Health at Brown says, he's very concerned about the trend in Massachusetts and it's based on the fact that apparently ear we when we're. Doing the math on positivity we count multiple negative tests like for college students, for example. In to the fact so it's not. As a percentage of people it's a percentage of tests which is misleading and. And others are saying are positivity rate could be in the three to four range, which is approaching that scary five percent thing. Are you doing the same sort of accounting that we're doing that what keeps your number as low as one point whatever you said four or are you doing it as a percentage of people? So we're doing both and this is a very question the data and the way people collect data is all over the shop I will have to say. I'm quite pleased. Cova tracker gave Rhode Island in a plus the other day for our data transparency. We have a portal which reports test positive per test test positive per population, and both are below two percent. But despite that fact, you've also got some bad news because of this outbreak at Providence Rhode Islanders are banned from virtually every state except New Hampshire are not and read in these stories that you're calling governors. I ASSUME THE LATEST IS JERSEY. I guess and Connecticut, and some other place that can remember what it was and you're calling governors. What do you say to a governor when you're urging them to? Pull down the barrier between us is that providence is an outlier and it doesn't speak to Rhode Island as a whole or what do you say to a governor to convince him or her that the numbers are not what the numbers appear to be. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So by the way, you're right our numbers blipped because of one reason, which is Providence College at an outbreak. Which is very frustrating and we're on top of that the best we can be. I'm trying to ask them to focus on test positively and not on number of cases because Rhode Island is testing so much. Rhode Island is testing. Thirty percent more than Massachusetts, fifty percent more than Connecticut on a per capita basis, and we're testing it. We're fishing where the fish are. We're testing in high-density communities like providence production central falls trying to find cases. So the fact of the matter is But Ireland is safe right now, we have a test positively of below one and a half percent, but our number of cases per hundred thousand per week is higher than the six, which is what Massachusetts requires. I I could I could get below six if I tested less but that's the bad strategy and WanNa. Test less and I don't WANNA test last strategically trying to say. Really and I talked to Governor Baker week ago, and as you know, I'm I'm a fan of the governor's we haven't. Chip you know and I hear I look he's doing a great job and he's in a tough spot I. But I'm like listen, we're neighbors. This is interstate commerce. Look at our test positive be account for the fact that we're testing. At ethically high numbers and still have a low test positive rate. Don't look at the case incident. So. you know the rules of the rules I'll talk to my folks and it's an ongoing discussion. We're trying to brand governor Gina Raimondo governor before we leave just couple of one thing for me when you talk about the National Guard on coming and you mentioned the Kim bring in fans a window. So the air collision would be better on what are the kinds of things are they doing? Are they? Cleaning disinfecting or what are they doing? The biggest thing they're doing is answering the call. So we again we have this command center, principal my call and say we're not sure if our symptom tracking system is good enough. And and we'll we'll walk them through it or we'll go out there though show up on site. Do you know lots of principals, teachers, superintendents? They're trying to do the right thing they're just not sure. We're not sure if our isolation room is big enough set up right? We need to isolation rooms. So we sent a team out there and have a look at it and say. You know whatever you you need to do this you need to do that. Helping get hepatic filters hoping measure air air filtration, or air circulation. It's You know some of it is just calm people on confidence and so I thought that this would help give confidence to parents teachers. So when so what you're hoping is How much of Rhode Island I know central falls in Providence or in category because of higher rates of of the virus there. But. How what is your goal for full-time in person learning? I mean went realistically it's going to happen. Tober November after Columbus Day, so I would like to see us. Two thirds of the kids back in school in school. Okay. The week or two after Columbus Day and parents can opt out if they if they're nervous and keep the kids at home. Okay. Yeah. That's an excellent point. Every parent had a virtual option. And you know that's fine. I get that I just want them to feel. Comfortable and confident that they can send their kids if they want us in their kids or your kids K. through twelve age, you have to don't you how many kids do I have teenagers and they're both in school. In person in school? Yeah. Yes and by the way they. I don't like to. Expose them to the media, but but both of them have. Factored into my decision like I talked to them I talked to their buddies I talked to their friends and they begged me. Like please, we want to go back to school which I have to tell you. They have never in their lives begged me before to go to school they particularly my son but they're like mom virtual learning stinks it's for the birds and we're not learning the governor in private schools which have a little bit where I sources. yes. Absolutely. Catholic school and absolutely We are helping out like that the testing and contact tracing system is for everybody. Yep. I decided to make that for public and private schools. The difference is they're facilities are a little better than newer school. Yup, and they have a bigger campus densify. but that's why I'm leaning in Marjorie so hard to help the public schools. Like tell us what you need. We'll make sure they don't go to a Catholic College. Boston College province caused Notre Dame the football team against. About the guard, for example, we sent them out to set up a tent at an elementary school. Take one of the guards tents. This is just really practical. To me, it's like, do you WanNa? Do It do you have the will to do it? You have can-do attitude. If, so let's get it done. What do you need? Let's get it done government. I wanted to ask you about nothing. You wrote a great piece in the globe about getting serious about the skills crisis in America talking about too much obsession favoring credentials over competency. What are you doing this? We're doing it. So here's the big innovation on this one at the end of the training promise you'll have a job. So I went around got ironclad commitments from with dozens of companies and said, and they signed to promise to hire people. I think we have commitments for three thousand. Rhode Islanders to be hired by the end of the year in particular specific jobs if they successfully complete this training and then I'm using our covert stimulus money to pay for the training. So it's free for Rhode Islanders who are out of work. So by the way right now, if you're if you're an out of work waitress or not if work. Hairdresser not of work. Restaurant. Owner and you're hearing me say this. Back to work are I. Come get trained it's free if you need childcare to get through the training course, we'll provide that we gotta get back to work. This is not training pray it's trained support and higher. because. Have the point is I think of your pieces at luckily get trained for jobs in the Nicot the jobs or they refused jobs because they don't have the right credentials even though they could if more than capable of doing those jobs that we have screwed up aid, we asked all the employer partners to sign a pledge that they would promised to hire people who were qualified even if they didn't have a college degree even if. They didn't have high school degree even if they were formerly incarcerated, even if they're in recovery, even if they've a gap on their resume because they took time off to take care of their kids like this, a huge problem as you guys know how many people are talented but they don't get the job because they don't check the box and I, you know four year college degree spent time in jail they get they get bounced. Get hurt. Governor we know you're on a tight schedule. So a couple of quick things unrelated door prior discussion. How anxious about tonight's debate? Pretty. Anxious. Not. I am confident in Joe Biden his skills, but there's a lot on the line and stakes are high. So we're going to be anxious until it's official that he's one speaking of a Joe Biden you've been unwilling to talk about something that we're dying to hear about in your final minute here. You were actually interviewed in the vice presidential sweepstakes and I'm not quite clear why you haven't been able to say what that was like, but we'd love date. What was that experience like? I don't know if it was a you didn't meet with Biden you remember this staff right? So it was a process and I'm going to defer those questions to the campaign because those are for them to. Tell us a little. No I'm not going down that route Jim. I'm not talking politics but how talk all day long with you about covert. Conflict how did it feel to be considered? As a potential vice presidential candidate, a nominee. How'd that feel Elstein honor? There's no doubt about it and I'm thrilled with Kamla. I'm thrilled that he picked a woman and a woman of color and. I will say this he is. He's not just the right man. Now he's stand up decent human being and he's GonNa put a team. Of people who are diverse and and probably some new faces. So I I applaud him for that. Got It about the election reading every day about a possible hundred thousand votes disqualified. Male votes in Philadelphia other absentee ballots Republicans have been very effective and challenging allow these absentee and mail in ballots and some people are worried that Biden could win but not win because the Republicans have been so effective in challenging the will of the voters vis-a-vis the Mail on on the absentee. How are you? Yeah I'm worried I'm worried I know the Biden campaign is marshalling a lot of legal support and I think it's important that the our lesson in two thousand and sixteen and we we have to we have to be serious about this fight for it. I'm taking a lot of steps here in Rhode Island to like again, we're using the national guard a little bit in in Processing the applications were getting mail ballots out to folks are making it easy as possible over people to vote. President trump has broadcast that he's going to try to interfere with the election election results. So honestly I think we'd be crazy not to worry and to be on guard against it we need to assume he is going to do whatever he thinks is required to win legal or not legal, and so we need to be ready for that. Governor it's a pleasure to talk as always. Thanks so much for your time. I. Yeah. Thank you very much for joining us. That was Rhode Island Governor. Gina Raimondo. We thank you again for taking the time to be with us, coming up. If. You want to take your mind off massive become a twenty two thousand election. How about escaping by way the election of twenty sixteen. Rob Thompson next to talk about the cohee rule and other new TV releases kicker John Eighty nine, seventy, eight, Boston public area. You're listening to Boston Public Radio Marjorie in Jim Brown when it comes to its defining mix of humor, dramatic suspense violence, and even mysticism to season four of Fargo go far enough join us for his take on this. How live TV gave new meaning to know Veritas and other TV developments is Bob Thomson Bob's age. And Founding Director of the Bleier, Center for Television and popular culture at the Newhouse School of public communications at Syracuse Hey there. Bob Dobson. Hi How are you guys? We're we're goodbye. Tyson great to talk to you So let's start with your best this week. Yes I've been waiting for this. It was supposed to debut April nineteenth. It finally debuted on Sunday the first two of eleven episodes that will make up season for Fargo this one starring no less than Chris Rock. Most of the by the way as people know who've listened before, you know from the first season Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton. Curson Dunston and Jesse Planet I mean this is just brilliant from beginning ten but from the reviews I've read and most of them would not put it on their list of best. It sounds like they're getting further and further and further away from the Cohn brothers original thing. No. Well, I've read those reviews too and actually I think they got pretty far from the Coen brothers right from the start a whole new ballgame that. A Hawley who wrote and directed both episodes that have aired so far of season four and of course created. The show itself. It is I mean so far and I. It's like you can't judge a novel based on its first couple of chapters. It's taking its time kind of developing the world that this particular season's going to be in nineteen fifty, Kansas City but I still think that the world that Fargo brings us into in season four is still a whole lot more interesting and beautifully shot than the world that most television shows are bringing us into. It's almost always beautiful play a little sound permit. Chris Rock playing a black crime boss law a cannon here. He's trying to teach his son a lesson by taunting a man begging for spare change by offering a huge water cash only to pull it back was coat pocket. Stole from that may forget it. We're in his money see five seconds ago. This showing hustle was finger holes in his pocket. Living in now. But then he sees this and he starts to dream. He made a future forum. So and I took that from am I getting paid Gabby I think. They right. How is Chris Rock Bob? Thomsen. So far they've been using him very sparingly. I think he is very, very good in the scenes that he's in. He doesn't overact by any stretch of the imagination at the same time. He's got that kind of likable almost sprite like quality did Chris Chris Rock's has has I'm sure we're going to see a lot more of him, but he's not the only one. In this cast there's a family that has funeral home That's a very interesting. Especially, the teenage daughter does some really interesting things and then there's this nurse that lives across the street from them oriented mayflower. Yes. She's actually named Mayflower, but she's a pilgrim of a very different Stripe, she's a nurse. She's the across the street neighbor. She's a murderer she's got the mid western North North Midwestern dialect that we expected anything in Fargo but she also speaks Italian and French and German. Don't you know and really an interesting character that kind of ties us into and Fargo the series has never really been about Fargo on the map. It's more about to borrowed from that Lawrence fairly. Getty title a Fargo of the Mind I've loved every single one of you know Bob I'm sorry Margaret I was just GonNa say it usually we do the worst are Andrew the best bob but this year we're this week rather would. Change Up. So why are we not doing the worst more please? I'm not sure I never liked the worst because there is so much bad stuff every week that by actually naming. Is. Somehow, saying that it's worse than everything else and there's always so much worst we're stuff out there. If you want one, I have one Carol Baskin. Survived for yet another week on. I'm dancing with the stars but. Maybe, we just don't WANNA. Do that because it's worth talking. Editorial session let's dump it. On stuff nobody should spend their time watching. Okay. Then from here here on September. twenty-ninth The common era two thousand and twenty. Let's get rid of the worst. Okay. We are worse free. We have something exciting. These new political comedy shows three of them. Tell us about them. Yes. all since we talked last have debuted, and of course, you remember back in the day when political comedy was Johnny Carson on the tonight show. Jokes about politics but not exactly politically penetrating Then of course Jon. Stewart kind of really changed that when he evolved the daily show around about the turn of the century, and now we've got these things all over the place Samantha B and Trevor Noah. Who Does it very very well, Bill markle barriers, Seth, Meyers John Oliver of course who keeps winning Emmys for this and three new ones popped up in the last. Couple of weeks all three representing some real diversity cal pen approves this message debuted on Free Form On. The twenty second of this month He. Of course, is an Indian American he been in Harold and Kumar he was a works for the Obama White House designated survivor and then my favorite Larry Wilmore deep blue debuted on peacock on the eighteenth he, of course, briefly held the Colbert. Slot after the daily show. but that ended. A August of two thousand sixteen right before the election run-up happened he. Of course is African. American. As is amber ruffin also on peacock who debuted the next week? she's a performer and a writer for Seth Meyers show and Someone I really really liked like a lot interesting though that wilmore's getting eleven. Episodes, Peacock Amber Ruffin, his only getting nine. So the usual women downgraded percentage by the way when I was reading about this Bob the first thing I read about the will more and roughened on peacock. was that they were doing a little routine called looting or reparations and I googled it and one of the front we'll more sitting in his chair. It's a very sparse set and he invites Amber Ruffin on I. Guess Her show hadn't yet started started in. Any he says, we'RE GONNA play a game and I'm paraphrasing Z.. So smart and funny and whatever called looting or reparations, and he said just to give you an idea he says. So if you go into, you break a window in a store and you take out a small TV that's reparations. But if you take out a large screen, TV that is looting. So those are the rules and it is really. Funny and biting. It's brilliant and she's a riot too I mean. There's not. We. Still don't have that many women. Do We get who? Who is doing political comedy? That's Certainly Samantha B somewhere can coming, and then we had some other women who were on shows and then the shows disappeared but we Still Way Way out number two two males and Amber Ruffin is is I think the most interesting of the three I liked hers the best because it is he does have a different voice it's it's less less political commentary though it is very political but she's kind of this funny wims ICAL things some of the stuff she does onset Myers is the is the main reason for to watch that to watch. That show, all three of these programs though have a really serious set of challenges. For one thing they're entering political comedy in this very, very crowded field and just getting out there and telling jokes about the trump administration, which is such low hanging fruit. It's not hanging anymore. It's there to be picked up off the ground it. It's getting like we're hearing the same joke sometimes the very same jokes over and over again, the format has been. Done over and over again I actually think a wilmore's. Will more is not nearly as good as the nightly show that he had, but it's only the first night. All of these shows have got a little bit of time to develop, and also they've got the disadvantage not only of working in a really crowded environment but they're introducing comedy shows during a time of pandemic and comedy as we know, needs the rhythms and the timing provided by an audience and not. Just an audience of crew, it helps when you've got an entire audience and I think all three of these shows are so far in their very, very early stages struggling with those issues we'll see if donald trump needs audience tonight at nine o'clock by the way I mean his his his skills in a debate were in great part plan off a huge audience, Margaret and he's not going to have one then I. May Change the dynamic we're talking about, Thomson. By the way how two of the most anticipated debates ever in for High Office Joe? Biden was in both them. One is Vice President when Sarah Palin had been nominated, and now, of course, this one. So you know. He's like the Sarah Paulson of important debate. Was Ten years between Sarah Palin and now so that's what I think a lot of people are worried about but anyway Bob Thompson. I you know Rebecca trae stir. She's really talented feminist writer. She wrote the book good and Mad About Women's anger she would all the single ladies. Yes. Apparently. She was drinking wine while she was on live TV I. I I don't think I can get worked up about this. I. Don't quite get why it's such a big. I I love reading lines in the press breathlessly saying tracer confirmed to the New York Post on Saturday morning that she was indeed drinking alcohol on the air stating, yes, it was line. I got the news about Ginsberg's death at dinner with my family, and then she got the call to be on Chris Hayes. It is it. I like to simply look at that little second or two where she seen drinking from this and I'm not sure I'd call it a wine glass. It looked more like a wine goldfish bowl. It was a big goblet time that. hagrid would drink from it. but I it's only on the air for a second and I think she she felt. Compelled to do it because Chris Hayes put on this Mitch McConnell statement that looked like she could have not only drunk I'd entire bottle of wine but had been to if he was gonna read that statement But then Chris as Missouri said I can't read that here I'm not sure why that is I think Chris Hayes is able to read but. anyway. So he puts it on for a second then comes back and she's taking the SWIG. I like to simply think of it as a toast to the legendary ruth. Bader Ginsburg that she was taking on all our behalf. You know on the other hand I, suppose one shouldn't be drinking while one is being an expert but in the age of Zoom when you get these calls and your you know able to do it within. Minutes I suppose those standards are going to change and people are going to have to have their own judgments as to You know what it is. They're going to be doing she did by the way not NPR. Seemed to be impaired at all. She got emotional at one time but she went off into a lot of very articulated and by no means slurring complex sentences I have to say, I don't understand is if it's some regulation something I don't you shouldn't come on a television show. Down Drunk I think we can agree on that but I sort of like the casual nature on a nighttime show of somebody having a glass of wine or beer. I'm sure the the legendary new show, the ten o'clock news on Channel Two here Bob years ago. Hosted by Chris Lydon and then Chris Lydon Karma field. It met its end for reasons we not bore you it and it was replaced by. One of the worst shows in the history of the world. Price in recurrent guest on new great. Spectacular it was horrible. It was one of the worst show saw it was a show with no host you're on. March. No she. And I have to say in the spirit of full disclosure never invited on maybe that is involved. So, essentially, the show started mid conversation between six people at a table and an ended mid conversation that was sort of cool. But everybody was four. Whatever everybody was drinking one in the middle of thing and I found that an appealing thing. So I guess my long question is what we were drinking scotch and deficit. But what what is why don't people on a late night show for example, the fear that if somebody starts drinking, they're going to get so drunk that they won't be functional that concern. Well, I suppose for comedy show that would be one thing I think for a new show. The idea is that you are as journalist or or an expert you are the equivalent of. Intellectual heavy machinery and they be You know you should be not impaired while you're doing it s for the comedies and stuff I believe for several for quite a few years the FCC. A regulation about consuming alcohol on the air. You could smoke cigarettes to your heart's content on comedies dramas on Carson. If you watch those old tonight shows those that are left He's smoking. Everybody's smoking the first major nightly news show in back in the forties on NBC. was titled the Camel News Caravan. And it opened up saying, sit back light up a camel and learn about today's news today and the anchor was not only sucking down camels but had an ashtray with the camel logo I'm. In front of it. So Rebecca twice traced or having a a sip or a maybe a SIP is a little understated but rebecca twigg tracer having some wine on Chris Phases show. Today I think is Is. Pretty. Small potatoes. Bob You mentioned Sarah Paulson before who is in everything and his brilliant, and she's in this new netflix thing ratchet, and I have to say before you tell us what your thoughts are about it. It's there are certain things that are so. Burnt into people's minds whether it's the Ken Keesey version or the Nicholson playing it in obviously one flew over the Cuckoo's nest that it seems it's a really high threshold to get over for even a brilliant actress to do something that most of us picture in a particular way do you know what I mean? Yes I it I agree with you entirely and one flew over the CUCKOO's nest is one of those movies that you tread lightly when you. Decide to remake or reboot or Prequel, or whatever. It is that you do first of all Sarah Paulson as nurse Ratchet doing a very fine job, and as you pointed out she is in it seems like everything now when they do the Jim and margery story not only Marjorie. You Jim. Paw. And she's she's actually done A in American horror story, which is one of her. That's she's one of the Rep rep players on that she played two headed woman so she's got. A she's got real range and by the way she played both ends. On that. No kidding. Well. I assume, they do have to someone's got play both heads go ahead. Rick. But anyway. So this is a a an interesting show up that, right it's a Ryan Murphy show he did American horror story, of course as well, and it's very much of his style. And it's a again one of these programs that is perfectly competently done. It is so lush. It looks really really beautiful shot kind of you kind of watch it without the. Sound on though I have to say by the second episode or so if if if I wasn't compelled to watch it for professional reasons I, think I would probably have had enough now they don't mess too much with one flew over the CUCKOO's nest in. So far as you can forget that this is even part of that world pretty early on this takes a prequel of course, and it. You know it's his own completely independent story. This is not a reboot of that classic movie. It's a prequel that's inspired by one of the characters in that classic. Sounds delightful twice about dunking patients in boiling water as a form of K. conversion therapy hotel room surgeries a blunt is it sounds absolutely gruesome what it sounds like. In that sense, it is one of the things that takes place in nineteen, forty, seven and. I presume this is true. I'm pursuing has been researched, but simply the the ways in which psychiatric treatment was considered acceptable back then is kind of extraordinary in. Number two if you make it that far we get to see this very innovative Dr who becomes one of the Nemesis of nurse Ratchet and her boss perform I think he's GonNa do four lobotomies, ten minutes or something like that, and among the lobotomy patients is one guy who is suffering. He's constantly distracted what we would simply call Adhd or something related now and another woman is getting a lobotomy because she's a lesbian. Candidate for a for a lobotomy. What kind of? were, considered, needing to be treated, and the kinds of ways in which they treat her and rice ice baths and lobotomy. But we have to remember the news CBS reports the famous occasional news documentary series that Merwin fact head worked on. They did a a special called the homosexuals back in. Nineteen Sixty, eight late, nineteen sixties still creating homosexuality as a as a problem that needed to be treated and how is it that we can treat it properly. I WANNA play some sound real quick because we want to get to the Komi thing. So here's sound from Netflix's ratchet in the hero was speaking to a gas station attendant on her way to the town of Lucia where a series of terrible murders of disregard I recall asking for today's local paper. Sorry. You Go. Big News around here. Everybody's up in arms fell cuts a bunch of priests in the ship him up to Lucia. That's where you're headed answer to journalists or something. You should have more than. You fingernails. Okay she does sound pretty good in there, but we gotta get to the game. So good. There's a scene in which someone in the hospital is stolen her peach and I used to think that Elliott's Love Song of j Alfred Prufrock was the greatest seen in all of literature about a peach but I think Sarah Paulson. So it sounds like Margaret knows that you're what to watch I assume Oh tell me film I cheated cheated I'm sorry bobby heated and look. it is my what to watch it debuted on showtime the twenty seventh, and then the part two which completed it was the was the twenty eighth, but it's still all over the place you can get it on demand showtimes playing an on demand Now, remember this is based on commes book higher your loyalty. So it's very much a Komi comes out as this kind of sanctified character, and there's nothing really new in I don't think it's the by any means the greatest political drama, even the greatest political drama done in the last ten years by any stretch of the imagination, but it is interesting. It's only two episode episodes long about two hours a piece Jeff Goldblum is fascinating is is Comi. It's worth worth taking a look Jeff Daniels Janicki? Would have been very different. By, the way the best. The line in your review is talking about how come Jeff Daniels it goes on to say the real lead is Donald Trump laid by Brendan. Gleeson in the same sense that regardless of its minutes on camera, the true lead of jaws is the sharks. Here's a little clip from the Komi rule Andrew McCabe played by Michael Kelly. Obviously of FBI fan receives a phone call from trump again played by Brendan Gleeson. Just make sure the courtyard is full when I get the FBI people love me same feeling I get North Carolina which one. So big. Ninety percent of the bureau voted for me. Who did you vote for Mr President I've been a Republican all my life. I have voted for every Republican presidential candidate but given the circumstances president that time. I didn't feels appropriate for me to vote in two thousand sixteen. Problem as your wife. Shot Selection. Virginia engy. Yes she. Has Fields to be a loser. She ran as a Democrat if I remember a correctly, we'll all be watching. I'll tell you well, Brennan. gleason is the real and he's not someone who is an irish-american. Sorry an Irish actor and director, but he's not doing an impersonation and I think that's important and he's one of the only roles where trump is portrayed dramatically it's always been comic the whole bone when. All the rest of it, and as you heard there, he's kind of a cross between Brando is the Godfather and Darth vader. They really really emphasizes the the breathing the sounded breathing that we hear in a lot of trump's communications. And he really does kind of steal the steam because he's not trying to do Alec Baldwin or Kobe or anybody else. Doing Donald Trump and yes Jeff Daniels not jeff. Goldblum, that was a an enormous misspeaking on my part. Sorry channels. Hey, Bob. Thanks. Very. Much. Thank you. Okay talk next week, Bob Thompson joins us as I said, every week is a professor and founding director of the blood, center, for TV in popular culture of the Newhouse School of public, communications at Syracuse University. Up Next are the Democrats taking Latino vote for granted Allen Irani joins for that conversation end for the new possible Supreme Court justice take on immigration next eighty, nine, seven Gbh Boston public radio. Welcome back to Boston Public Radio Jim Brody and Margery EAGAN Spring Court upheld some Donald Trump's signature immigration policies if Amy Coney Barrett is elevated to the highest court, will she advanced the president's policies on immigration or will she not join us in line to talk through what her past decisions and immigration predict for possible future ones among other immigration headlines is Ellie Noorani. Alley is the presidency of the National Immigration Forum. His latest book is there goes the neighborhood communities overcome prejudice and meet the challenge of American immigration, Alley. Great, talk you as always. Hey Thank you Anna, pleasure? Alley as we know judge, Amy Kuney brought Barrett talks about her catholicism being a devout Catholic et Cetera so you would think she would be. where. The pope is on immigration, but her record is very mixed. What do we make of it? It's pretty clear. I think the judge conybeare. She falls in line with the trump administration's take on immigration I think top of that list is her decision to side with the trump administration on the public charge will and the public charge is you know we talked about in the past is a rule that would allow US citizenship and immigration services to innocence bar somebody from coming to us or just status to getting a green card and become a citizen based on their prediction that an individual may use public benefits in the future and as a member of the seventh circuit Judge Tony Barrett decided to side with the administration Now, that rule has gone into effect and it's going to continue to move its way through the system. on the other hand you know she did in one particular case made them Ross versus are decided side on the with immigrants whose case was in essence Kinda rushed through the immigration court system and she said that you know immigration cases should you know beating be. Be. Able to find a you know a sound judgment or fair juggernaut fair disposition. But on your on balance we do have concerns about her her her approach immigration policy and you know I do think that if she is That she will. Continue to side with the trump administration. These cases get to the corner remember Daca we'll come back around three. Supreme. Court, you know sometime in the future, we have any idea where she is in that either I don't think anything has come before the circuit on what she sits about of dreamers program. But in speeches law review articles if she's spoken to that issue. Not. At all. That one that Clark. Case for the circus, she's on seven and nothing nothing that we've we've seen where she's she's a re addressed at all. And by the way for those who know she's starting to meet with senators today including Mitch McConnell and some Democrats have said they'll be with her some Democrats have said they will refuse the her as be meet with her. We're talking Ronnie. So allie Linda Chavez, who's a Republican or South is? Written a lot about this election including the Democrats shouldn't be counting too much on Hispanic vote and she knows how many we're talking about. Any kind of baroness is a big Catholic or if she calls herself a big, Catholic? Majority of the SPANDEX. Supported, have supported more and more of supported Republicans over the last five years and many of them had become evangelical 's. Yeah it's been very interesting interesting to see how the Hispanic vote is changed. and pray could become more complicated over the last ten years. You know, say you know six to ten years ago. You know the assumption was if you talk about the immigrant journey, the American dream the way that a candidate is talking about her treating immigrants you were very likely to get an overwhelming majority support from. Latinos. Almost, any part of the state Florida's always a bit of a lawyer, but but Florida. Cycle, whether it's Arizona Florida or taxes now you're seeing more and more Hispanics. You know asking questions about the economy education. Health care and you know in a going back to Florida their questions about socialism and kind of the administration or Biden's relationship to Cuba or Venezuela. So you know I think the the electorate is changing I think Democrats they're not changing their message fast enough In fact, there is some research that was released a couple of days ago that we just circulated this morning from Pew that found that as Hispanics kind of go through generations of being here in the US they you know. The way I'll put it. They lose the hyphen meaning that they don't see themselves as Mexican American or or They see themselves as American and that I you know that that leads to a different way of thinking about your identity as as a as a as a US citizen who you are where you came from but more importantly what you aspire to become and I think Democrats to turn degree are just kind of relying on a playbook from six to ten years ago. Playbook that that does treat Hispanic voters you're saying different from other voters is that would you think is I mean by the way there is a history it doesn't like the Republican Party never did well, I think at least with George, w Bush and maybe with Ronald Reagan if I remember correctly, they did extraordinarily well with the Hispanic vote yes. That is correct both you know as Governor California understood this this population Bush, Governor Texas understood this population in that kind of also kinda see both of those presidents. Reagan Pass Immigration, Reform Bill Bush came pretty darn close and you're right in both cases they were rewarded with a pretty good. I. WanNa say thirty, thirty, seven percent. Bush. and I think Democrats in reaction tried have been trying to say, okay, you know we're going to be better on immigration policy now obviously, in this case with the trump administration, the bar is incredibly low but I think that Hispanics, are looking for more comprehensive agenda Policy Agenda from Democrats. Okay. You can be great on immigration policy but where you an education where you on the economy, where are you on healthcare and it's important the Democrats are communicating that range of issues to Latino voters in Spanish in English an-and variety, different life you'll. Say. There must be a great difference among countries I would think because I mean I'm Irish. I've been my family came here and almost one hundred years ago but I think I'd be insulted if someone was talking about my relatives being a bunch of rapists. So I guess I might get it if you're Cuban or Venezuela has had a lot of problems obviously lately but I don't get people from Mexico. This is this is these are their ancestors. Yes. No I mean yes. In that I think every every country's kind of community here. You're talking Mexican versus Central American versus you know Cuban they definitely are different in that very different culture You know sometimes you know the The Spanish itself sounds very, very different and their experiences in their home countries are also very different but let's talk about the Mexican American population. You have a pretty sizable contingent of Mexican of. US citizens in Texas New Mexico, Arizona who been there for generations, and they would say, you know what? We didn't cross the border border-crossing us. So you know I would say that person has just like any other Mexican came here. Let's say in the last twenty or thirty years, but they don't see themselves that way they see themselves as you know, and America has been here for generations and they want to be communicated to buy candidates in that wet. You Know Alley when I hear you say what you're saying and other and you're the only person. That and shove is peace the WHO says this? I'm incredulous that. There are a lot of really talented people in the Biden campaign, which allegedly is is blowing this and so is the implication that that they don't get that no matter who you are if you have kids and you live in this country, you care about schools. If you have a job, you care about taxation and working conditions I mean it's so obvious to me. It is painful. So is the notion that even if the Biden people get it, they're just not putting enough resources into the outreach to that community. Where is the breakdown theoretically if? I yeah. So I mean I think that you know the camp the Biden campaign is Eric and even trump to alert skiers done a very good job of kind of engaging deep black community the under they've come to understand what those you know black would a black women were meant to your and then also generational when it comes Latino community he would you know who's done the best job in terms of engaging Latino voters in the last ten years interpretive and really kinda changing opinion who Bernie Sanders Ears Yeah Yeah in two thousand sixteen. I could probably count the number Latinos who can Doku were excited about Bernie Sanders on both hands. This cycle, he just blew it out of out of out the park and he had hired a guy named chuck. Chuck. Roja. Throw Chap leave and you know he's written a book I think it's called. Te'o Bernie where he's really laid out how do you engage in his case particularly young Latino voters So it's about education but tuition, it's out access to jobs for older Latino voters. That's about particular place like Florida. You know what is happening politically not just in this country, but in the countries where they may still have family so they just. There's a lack of nuance and complexity in the Democratic strategy is as far as we can all see it right now by the way, just as an example since you've mentioned Florida a few times obviously Florida Florida's is critical as it is and every poll in the last few weeks while actually for a while as had it within a one or two vote margin needed direction. My understanding is that. Joe Biden's leading pretty significantly amongst Latino voters but nowhere near as large a margin as Hillary Clinton had in two thousand sixteen. So it isn't not winning. It's the margin. Obviously is a critical question if he's going to be Donald Trump Alley Noorani so. We've been hearing awful stories about women. Who? Were detained by ice that a doctor performed gynecological procedures without their consent. Apparently, it's not massive numbers. It was I heard, but there's at least four women who spoken to buzzfeed news about this. Yes. So this is a story. They'll probably broke a few weeks ago and it was a whistle blower don. and the the story was first reported by intercept the intercept and it was interesting because in the intercepts article, they talk about the range of allegations that were made in and the complaints. Lack of access to care lack of precautions regarding covid nineteen, and there's just a you know in that initial article, just one or two lines maybe about hysterectomy collegiate hysterectomies performed on women without their consent. and then got picked up by the media and Buzzfeed has done some big reporting in terms of talking two more women. But actually just this morning, the New York Times dug into this case, and they put the three of their best immigration reporters on the case, and they talk two more women who Were sent this doctor and this to me is the most important part of the article is that they they found that in November two, thousand, eighteen, a lawyer for one of these women complained to the leadership of this particular private detention facility in Irwin and those complaints went there was no response to them. So I still think there's more to come with the story I. Mean it's it's increasingly clear that this doctor. WHO's a pretty awful an evil person. But I'm wondering if there leadership within this detention facility that was you know knew what was happening and just let it slide and if that's the case. There's more than one person this should be going to jail. Speaking of going to jail I, don't see anywhere maybe I'm dismissing the stories or read about this where the criminal charges against this guy's name is Dr Mahendra. Amine is the doctrine question where we are their criminal charges that have been brought against the sky sort of like That old Nassar Dr Nassar of Michigan State. Infamy is that happening and if not why not? I haven't seen anything like that yet and. I think that the? It's the right question and you know who? Who's got jurisdiction over. This is this going GonNa? Be. Should be locale I imagine she started the county level and the local prosecution, pick this up and then you know this has got to intervene here and and get to the bottom of you know what the situation is. You know this is the American taxpayer dollar potentially being used to performance direct amaze on immigration limbo without their consent. Vice if I can just stay on this for you wanted to talk about this specific incident. Yeah I just wondered I. Mean You said this is an evil guy. But what is the why we performing hysterectomies I just don't get it I've UNISYS. is trying to make money or is this some abuse thing or an obviously a hysterectomy able to have children? With what's the motive? So apparently, he has a history of There have been past incidents where you know he was billing insurers or federal government improperly. It's like somebody in this facility was signing off on a much more expensive procedures that being a hysterectomy then something else So that's why I. Just think like ultimately, we've got to figure out who was signing off on that bill because they were getting hysterectomies that this this rate and there was a complaint in the system you know what what's going on You know speaking of of confinement. One of the things I'm embarrassed to say we haven't asked you about probably in a month or two. Is How many kids are still separated from their parents in government custody I don't mean the precise number, but is it still a significant number or is reunification happened in the vast majority of cases? I WANNA I WANNA hope that reunification has happened in the vast majority I continued to see reports of children still not being unified with their parents. I think the the next step in alarming things that are happening to children along the border has been the story of you know unaccompanied children presenting the US Mexico border asking for protection dhs or let me be CVT. Customs. And Border Protection saying, okay we're GONNA take. This child were not going to put them into the detention system. We're GONNA actually turn them over to the private contractors GONNA, hold a private hotel, and then expelled them from the country So data has been like the next step in an awful from this administration terms of how we as a country are treating children along the border. During Alley it's interesting. There is almost nobody who. Use a double negative didn't react in a nanosecond to say the constituency they care about paid more in taxes last year than. Donald trump the buttons are up the t shirts are out, but it's of particular significance that seems to me. -mongst documented and undocumented immigrants particularly undocumented immigrants in light of the fact that I read a thing this morning where the average undocumented worker obviously is paying worlds more if they're paying anything obviously by definition than the president does made particular, even more painful because they are not eligible for benefits under the cares act which even if they paid taxes into the system. Correct. That is correct and oftentimes people ask okay. Well, housing undocumented Erica paying taxes. Yeah. Well, there's an individual tax ID number which is available to those who you know to non-citizens do not have a social security number. So roughly about Ford Four, point, four to four point six million people have filed taxes using night ten billion dollars have gone into the system as a result and these folks are you know by and large the undocumented ever who are paying their fair share into the system which apparently our president doesn't feel like he has to. Ronnie. Irani. One last thing Switzerland has a very different attitude about. Accepting people from other countries than we do tell us tell us about the Swiss is an interesting story. So, this kind of popped up a couple of days ago So you know the context here is interesting because arrayed now within the EU they're still grappling with. Okay. How do they prepare for the reopening of the borders after covid nineteen hopefully eventually hopefully recedes into the background and you know a week or two ago. You had that massive fire lesbos brief displaced over ten thousand refugees who were interested you camp on and on that island. So there's a Swiss People's Party in Switzerland who has been trying to kind of push the the country to in essence block immigration and there was a referendum on the ballot and the measure lost by a margin of sixty two to thirty eight. A pretty. Yeah It's was a blowout which is great for Switzerland. I think it's it's always good to see. Good Positive News on immigration Front but you know we've got an election a few weeks here. We've got breasts still being negotiated as you know. This will continue to be a pretty. controversial topic for the foreseeable future. Well, the reason I was particularly interesting to me this. This Swiss example is you juxtapose that with the fact that aren't we on the verge just a few days away from the president nited States setting another. Incredibly, low, limit. On the number of refugees can come into this country and assuming he follows the pattern that he's had the last few years what I WANNA know is. Well two things one once that number set by a sitting president assuming. and. I assume it's done once a year is that correct? Correct does a if Joe Biden becomes president on January. Twentieth. Obviously it's not year since this. Cap Setting I assume or maybe I don't assume does he have the power to adjust that number or does he have to wait until the fall of twenty twenty one? I mean quickly run through the process, right? So by the end of the fiscal year, which is in essence tomorrow. Trump administration or the administration, any administration she'll have. Consented or consult with Congress and then said I refugee ceiling. For the upcoming fiscal, which starts in October one under the Obama Administration I get up to a believe one, hundred, seventy, thousand, trump cut to thirty, thousand and eighteen thousand, and then this year we're expecting you just about ten thousand refugees to be resettled. According to the sources that I've been talking to as well as reporting the process within the administration has you know either not start at all or has been such a close hold that's been driven by a march by political appointees, which I would say means Stephen Miller has got his hands. now by knows elected the. Might understanding is that yes, he could raise the ceiling But the question really is is the infrastructure in place from Department of State from health and Human Services from H. for also from the recent agencies infrastructure, you'll be able to handle refugees exactly how It's so I think he could raise the number, but whether or not the pieces are in place immediately that's the data's actually thornier question and one last thing on this does Congress. Have any you say they've got a report to Congress, can congress overrule the CAP set by a president or do they just have it reported to them and of discussion? Just reported to them on hinders end of discussion under the current arrangement. Okay thank you very much as always good to talk to you. Thank you so much. Ronnie joins US regularly he's the president and CEO of the National Immigration Forum. His latest book is there goes the neighborhood communities overcome prejudice and meet the challenge of American, immigration. Up Next CENA's John King Joist kickoff our presidential debate pre-game. John any seven? Boston public radio. Looking back to Boston public radio JIM prouty and Margery, eagan Marjorie said coming up his John King and he is coming up John King from CNN great data talk to him. I should say it will be with us and I don't know four minutes or so five minutes or so. But T use this time we can Marguerite I. Assume you've seen this mel, we got from the communications person it's been the Attorney General's office. The Attorney General turns out was actually listening. To the show that should be a career for her. Let me tell you yesterday when we were discussing the Amazon thing and that was the another segment we're Margaret humiliated ourselves. This is where we're talking about how when you're essentially in lockdown even though you say he doesn't treat as workers well. The guy is making billions during the pandemic and this is Jeff Azo while he's paying his company's paying nothing in federal taxes and we're saying we're doing an Amazon thing even though we love small businesses people are calling in criticizing. It's not only because we should be patronizing small businesses which we should and we try to do but also because he treats his workers so poorly. So unfortunately. Apparently Maura Healey did not have the phone number of our show eight, seven, seven, three, zero, one, eighty, nine, seventy. But she focused which is great actually on the issue of the treatment of Bazo says workers at Amazon and whole foods and her communications person following now I guess was asked to lay out some of the things she's doing. Do you have that? Thank you share that with You. Is Well, basically the attorney general sent a letter to Amazon. Demanding that Amazon whole foods and a whole foods is owned by Amazon. Now improve their pay policies in the worst plate workplace protection she wants workers to have adequate p. p. e.. That's of course, the personal protective equipment social distancing she wants him to comply with state paid sick leave laws disclose. Amazon wholefoods workers have been infected with end or died from covid nineteen and notify the public of Covid, nineteen infections and deaths among their employees and she does say that. Amazon hopefully agreed to most of their requests, but they've not been transparent about the number of covert infections, deaths, and Amazon just recently agreed to provide the stated local boards of health where workers live in their warehouses and stores are located. So they go. So can we say or is it unfair? Given Marjorie action. But in light of the fact that we weren't looking for action and the Attorney General just did it I guess we don't we can't claim any of the credit says. I just I am I have a whole foods like basically three doors away from me and I'm there a lot and everybody is wearing masks in the era. They limit you your entrance to a certain number of people and they limit where you can stand when you're in the checkout line and all that. So they are doing least the one I, go to Boston the social distancing and the. And the mass wearing so Glad. The Attorney John was listening and we're glad that she has been doing that in next time she is with us. We'll ask for an update by the way before we hear from John King visor formerly of the Boston Globe, and now of the Washington Post his just tweeted here Joe Biden's just released twenty nineteen tax returns. What did the president pay in two, thousand, sixteen, hundred, and seventeen again he paid seven hundred and fifty dollars a year. Okay. So Joe Biden paid a tad more. On taxable income of twenty, nine, twenty, nine, hundred, thousand, nine, hundred, and forty, four, thousand, seven, hundred, thirty, seven. Nine, forty, four, seven, thirty, seven, which is a lot less than the reported income of the president. He paid a little bit more than seven hundred, fifty dollars he paid three, hundred and forty, six, thousand, two, hundred, and four. So to say that this is going to be an issue John what he thinks about it in a minute when he calls in but you think this will be an issue by the way. Biden doesn't even need to trash trump on this only needs to say is this is all you need to know the president who says he's a billionaire paid seven hundred and fifty dollars paid anything and I paid three hundred and forty, six, thousand, two, hundred and four Dr Jill Biden. Any case joining us on line is John King Jonah CNN's chief national correspondent anchor of inside politics which in catch weekdays and Sunday Mornings at eight John I assume John paid more in taxes the president to, but we won't ask them personal matter. He doesn't have to release his return John. It's good to talk to you how are you? Paid more than I paid I paid more than seven, hundred, fifty dollars. I think every week. I think I have to go back and check I know I paid way more than seven hundred dollars that I'm actually certain You know what's interesting about this is just right now today before the debate you can figure out the timing here at the Biden's are releasing their twenty nine I just mentioned him. As their Senator Harrison so look you know. This is this is a couple of weeks ago, and Joe Biden said this is scranton versus Avenue this place it was. Literally plays into what Biden is trying to do, which is to peel away just enough of the president's blue collar support. to turn Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Michigan you back to blue. If he can do that it's game over. So it'll be one of the fascinating dynamic tonight. Well, but you also realize big picture about these tax returns is under cuss the president's whole stick of being this brilliant businessman. He's a guy that's lost more in many cases than he's made what he's really good at is giving people into the trump university where he had to pay a twenty five, million dollar fine for scamming people there toll instances where he's promised things and hasn't delivered but again. Okay. John. You cover these debates forever think this one eighty-eight. Does it matter? Does it matter if if even if Joe Biden eviscerates the president on taxes tonight or I said before my theory was that people who don't normally who are constant are are Fox News washers exclusively or they go get news from their facebook fee which may be misrepresenting or lying to them in their facebook feed that they may see a reality they don't normally see but beyond that I don't know does it matter Well, I think let's look at. You have to look at where are we going into the debate and then set your stakes from there in the sense that you know the racist tilted in Joe Biden favor right now consistently eight or nine point National League I'm the one who always says don't over invest in national polls but if any candidate has a lead bigger than five or six percent. then pay attention to the national polls because they do tell you a trend into the dynamic if it gets inside five well, then we got to go state by state every day. Once you get national league inside five, but Biden's outside that right now plus new Pennsylvania pulling today I think it's the fifth Poland last week or ten days that shows by leading and Pennsylvania and by a pretty healthy margin. It's really hard to get trump two to seventy in that apartment. So Biden goes in as the leader. Trump is the underdog. And so can trump change that and the tax thing helps Biden just to the point. You know there's a lot and we knew this in two thousand sixteen. There's a lot not to like about trump including the fact that he lies. Yes. That this whole MIDAS touch thing. Is A joke. It's not true. The tax returns play that out pretty clearly. So I tend to look at the trajectory and the trajectory is Biden salutes right now the racist tilting his way a so can he just make his points on the coronavirus on this tax thing and the tax thing is really it's in some ways a gateway to this is not the president who's who he you know. He promised you to be your voice to blue collar people work with their hands, people struggling in places, economy jobs, and business sectors affected by globalization and the like. Trump professed and got away with saying. You buy this town to make the point that no he doesn't that that was made up Kenny. We shall see that's what debates before but the is leaning Biden's way. The question is you know trump has a has a method here remember when Hillary, Clinton would bring up the access Hollywood tape bring up questions about trump's character he would not even really spend that much time defending himself. What he does is tear down the other person he wants you to end the night thinking I don't like either one of these people and that's his. Best, hope to bring Biden down. So I think it's going to be personal I. Think it's GonNa be slashing, and I think the challenge for Biden is to make your points that you WanNa make about the pandemic about these tax returns about other things and not get don't take the bate when trump type tries to get you into a you know well, what about hunter and back and forth so that's it'll be fun and fascinating and consequential. It seems beyond not taking the Bait, John and I agree with you completely, it seems to me that the. Having been wrong about virtually every debate in history in advance Washington, I'd be wrong about this one too is. I was looking at trump's. Twitter page this morning, and he is re tweeted about four thousand times I think it was an NBC report. I can't remember what station was on. We're Biden forgot the name of a bill a provision maybe in the cares I don't know where it was. It was something where he was calling it something that was not and he couldn't remember the name and the. Prompted by the anchor and it seems to me in light of the fact that I mean it is what it is. The quote the President Joe Biden at seventy seven is clearly Joe Biden at seventy or sixty, which is perfectly fine if he's totally competent up to the job but if he has moments where he is Thrown totally off kilter by trump's nontraditional debate tactics and personal attacks and that sort of thing then as potential to road confidence Joe Biden. Don't you think? Yes yes I look I think that to Marjorie point. You know a lot of people get their news in their silo. This is a very unfiltered opportunity. So there are a tiny slice of people who say they're either undecided or open to changing their mind is somewhere in the mid to mid teens if you may which bulls you read and believe but that doesn't mean that if something startling happens that you don't open the door again right and so I think you're absolutely right now trump is set the bar very low for Joe Biden if you listen to the president, you know Joe Biden is getting ready for bed now. So you know and anything telltale. Nasty. And personal and raised all sorts of stuff. So you know look you we all watched the convention speeches, right? The point I always make is if you you know, run the run the convention speeches for the time clock up a Joe Biden was more awake and had more energy after eleven o'clock in the pros the United States didn't his that's one night but. but I, I do think I think you're right about that. So I think the challenge for Biden is to just eight and not take the bait be to come prepared and focused but Jim the point you were making about the couldn't remember the name of something. This has been a problem. Yes. It's a problem for Biden in recent debates but this has been a problem for Biden and his entire career I remember in the debates and then nineteen eighty-eight cycle he always wants to be the smartest guy in the. Room and the smart guy in the stage, and so sometimes, he just tries to hard the Oh, he he just literally not remember this and I remember that instead of doing the broad brush strokes, right you're leading in the race, you don't need to know where the semi colon czar in the seven thousand page stimulus bill you need to explain what it did or what your goal was, but he sometimes does try to prove I'm smarter than you and that sometimes leads him to trouble and so it'll be really interesting. To See, it's hard for somebody with his experience. It's hard to teach them new to debate and it's hard to teach them. Do it differently start teach me to do things differently you get stubborn and you get set in your ways after a while. So I. Voted in that dynamic does Joe Biden understand his own weaknesses and not go down this path. I'm not suggesting the following is determinative of anything except maybe a small small segment of the population we I don't know if we were talking to you about the the. Piece in the Washington. Post suggesting that after Ed Markey here said if they. If they slam coney Barrett down the throats of the Democrats in the Senate. Then the recourse for Democrats if they re can take a retake control the Senate in January of next year is then the filibuster and to expand the court and apparently the biden campaign was not happy I think annoyance was the term that was used in the Washington. Post reporting I'm assuming as we pressure on Biden tonight since they are going ahead with this, they are in all likelihood votes to confirm her before November third to say more than obliquely what the Democrat Democratic response is going to be. Isn't the under that pressure from the Progressive Wing of his own party to fight back rather than to sort of have nuanced responses. Absolutely, and you can bet because Chris Wallace is a very good question a very, very good. Experience and he works at another network but I've met him in that Nineteen eighty-four campaign when I was a kid. He was at NBC News at the Time Yeah not ABC's just a good man and he's a good debate He's a good debate moderator and he asked good questions and he doesn't take bs in duck the question I'll look I think Biden's answer will be you know we'll get there when we get there, the first thing is to try to. Block this nomination it's an outrage. Biden will make his arguments. The Democratic arguments that you know this should be the let's have the election and let the winner pick that's not going to happen. But that'll be argument. But I do think you're right look Biden's approach or who knows what would happen in a Biden presidency who knows if Biden would decide to give? The progressives what they want, but we do know that in the campaign again, he looks at Pennsylvania. He looks at Wisconsin he looks at Michigan. He looks at how Hillary Clinton lost those states and the defection of large. You know, hey, they had a turn pro among their own African American base. So he does have progressives to worry about their but be blue-collar. More conservative Reagan Democrats Trump Democrats call them what you will. He does not want to sound radical. He does not want to sound like he's following the Alexandra Cortes playbook because he still believes and this has been the tradition for a long time I. Don't know if it's still right but that you reach to the middle, you know to win a general election. That is his approach a can he? Can he walk that tightrope because it is the both parties have all this tension right now and trump just obliterate the republican tension because he's it he's the party he it is the party of trump, a binding charter challenge navigating all of this and I do think that's one of the tests and again he likes to try to put you know he likes to try to show you get all this and sometimes talk you know this side and that side. I'm sure they've coached him on this, but that to me is one of the big question marks because what he needs. Tonight, most of all, we talked about this small slice of undecided or persuadable. What do you need most of all is to generate excitement and turn out an early voting and make your plan and you asked your ballot among Biden voter so you do not want to annoy them. And so it's tough. It's that's up one of the balances of a debate and being president. Two quick questions on what you just talked about. It. Earlier, with Chris Wallace, there's been a lot of questioning about how much fact checking he can do live or whether Biden is going to fact, check the president you've moderated debates John it's very difficult to fact, check in real time but what do you expect? I think he'll do what he can, and he's such a season pro i. think he will also tell viewers you know some of this anew in some of this is on the shows that follow. Right if if if the president says, you know he was perfect in the coronavirus well, that one's not hard to fact check. Joe. Biden says he didn't sponsor the nineteen ninety-four Crime Bill That's easy to fact check fact check it's hard when you get into some of the other stuff and you also you want to save the ninety minutes you want as much debate as you can. And so in part I think a good were part of a good moderator is to maybe even just say wait a minute. You know that that's not right. And and do what you can, and then move on you have to make your call if attended grievous factual error on then I think it is incumbent. If you know if you know it's true to correct it If not, I think you just have to remind people you know there's five weeks to election day. This is part of a process it will be post-debate programs on that fact, check all of these things tune in tomorrow you know. So there's a balance there for Chris to, but he's he's a pro I I have no doubt he'll handle that. I don't know that Fox is going to fact check the president in their post show programs they certainly don't. from what I've seen but. Spot about that. So let me ask you another thing. You ever another debate question you've got to. Well. Yeah. I was GONNA better but ask. John. You've done debates with presidential candidates. You know so many it's so easy. And we do it too by the way, which is pathetic. We've done obviously a lot of debates and local level. We're doing the Marquis O'Connor debate next Monday night. The stakes are high. They're not nearly as high when you're dealing at the level that I was just describing. How stressful is it for the moderator leading into a primary or a final debate with men and women who want to be President States I've never done a general election debate I was apart you know Part of many primary debates. Solo or panels and the like look. There's a lot of pressure on you because to the poor Marjorie point you want to be prepared as much homework as you can so that you can fact check check somebody if they do something. You're trying to keep a clock in your head and you have some help from the control room. There are people to make sure that your fair to the candidates So it's the sure there's a lot of pressure on you and again it's finding the balance. I learned this when I first came here believe it or not from Larry King? When I first came here Larry King I would watch Larry King, the chair and everything. Why does he ask these open ended questions? Right? If you're a tree, what kind of tree would you be? used to drive me crazy. used to drive me crazy because I'm an AP wire guy. The AP wired straight news guts but so you have to find the balance between the explain your policy that in the explain who you are because people pick them president it's not just you know you're gonNA raise taxes or cut my taxes. What are you going to do about the corona virus? Now? What are you? GonNa do about China and globalization it's who are you and. I believe you can trust you and finding that balance his heart and so sure this pressure on a modern look. I made some doozy mistakes in debates. I've done some things that are controversial that I think the right calls you just you know but you gotta come in you can't over prepare but you better better find that sweet spot. I was going to ask you John King. We're talking with John King from CNN you mentioned early voting I. Don't mean to sound paranoid maybe I do however however you know we talk about the polls and Biden's leaving leading in in in several swing states, etc. But I'm reading more and more about thousands of votes already disqualified before the election whether they were. In Philadelphia didn't put them in the so-called naked ballot and put them in the right secret armed put them in before they return and now in Ohio, there's questions on T. ballots and we have more and more efforts read about the gop very brilliantly trying to suppress vote here there and everywhere that the president could could actually cheat his way to victory I mean. Is this a big deal that people in your under really looking at I hope nobody can cheat their way to a victory on I know that both campaigns are putting together giant teams of lawyers and that we may have. Not only pre election challenges but post election day challenges when they're counting ballots in the days and it could be days could be several days after look I think we should all be prepared to not know the win election maybe we will Florida, North Carolina for example there they allow for early processing of mail in ballots they have a history of doing this especially in Florida so know Joe Biden Wins Florida and we. Know that on election night? Well, then you know even if we're still waiting on the final result in some other places that will give a pretty good indication of what's happening So but I I think it's quite possible. We're going to go for a few days. I. Hope Nobody can cheat Marjorie I do think you're it's inevitable. They were going to be problems right? New York had some ballots go out with the wrong return envelopes people maybe not following the rules in in Pennsylvania of putting it into the secret envelope first, and then putting that envelope and I do think again, you know a lot of this is a lot of public education campaigns out there anybody listening and a have a plan. Make sure you go to the right website CNN's website takes you to your local information, but you can get it from your state as well. sure that Gbh website does this find a place to get this information and double check and triple check it because it is on you if it's important, you vote be careful how you do it but yes, they're going to be a lot of challenges and. I think it's GonNa to drag on for a while I tend. I tend to have a lot of faith in the secretaries of State Democrats and Republicans across the country and on the county election officials around the country because you know they're doing the Lord's work for no money and they've not most of them have done it for years. Are we going to have to be hiccups or they're going to be some problems absolutely do I think there's going to be widespread fraud absolutely not and I think you. Know, they're gonNA have a busy season of lawyers that remember the Bush V. Gore all the way to supreme right? Right. It's conceivable. We have that on steroids and we just need to brace for. It's OK. Does I wanted to ask you about the news broke that the White House press the Centers for Disease Control to downplay the risks of kids getting corona virus in the schools and Deborah Burks we've watched on TV for months now is implicated. In this. Effort to downplay you know be basically with children. I kind of shocked by this because it's children and I'm wondering if this is a be deal or or what Look I'm not a scientist so I'm going to be a little bit of care little bit careful and there's a few. It's certainly reasonable to say well, I've seen these three studies that say a this one over here that says be Have you considered? Be You know? That's fine. I don't think there's I think everybody you want a healthy debate right? You want to have a healthy debate I think we're the problem comes is that you have people at the White House and I think in this case Dr, burks doctor versus more recently been travelling the country warning people to do a better job warning states, you know batten the hatches. If you will asking states did not listen to the president if you WANNA translate it about crowd size and opening in the stuff like that. But in this particular case, there's no question she was part of the team at the White House put pressure on the CDC because they wanted softer language. In the reopening guidelines for schools they wanted softer language the left, the impression that it was certain the kids were at low risk of getting and spreading the virus and at a time when there was no such certainty it is it is a fact that that children tend to recover more quickly when they get it it is a fact that the rate of transmission doesn't seem to be as you know as. Children however, there's a lot we still don't know, and if you look at the recent cases, the recent cases, the cases among children, the percentage of new cases that are among children are on the rise and so look this is yet another example whether it's the president saying, we'll have a vaccine yesterday putting pressure on the CD a changing the testing guidelines changing the language about other issues on the CDC website. I think one of the unfortunate parts of this has been a lot of political pressure To try to get the president's way or something close to the president's way, and in the end, what is done I think is raised a legitimate question. So when there is a vaccine, I think a lot of people are going to be skeptical because they know the president and I think that that part to me all the public health. So I talked to that's what they worry about that when you constantly see this controversy in turmoil. And political pressure that when there is something that people are GonNa have less faith in it because they're gonNA worry it was rushed and by the way this the end of the story about the burks communication is I think it was on July twenty fourth a week or so later, the CDC did reverse its public position on this issue in response to pressure from Berks in the white. House Hey John One last substantive thing before you leave. I continued to be appalled that there's enough time to rush through a Supreme Court justice, but there's not enough time. To help. Tens of thousands if not millions of small businesses and unemployed workers and cities and towns that don't have enough money to provide enough protection for school kids. Is there any hope before? Election Day that. Congress is going to get its act together in this case, particularly Senate Republicans and do something for the people who sent them they're. A little more hope today Jim but I wouldn't say that there's Enough hope that I think they're get to the finish line of the speaker of the House. The Democrats Trim their proposal they have two point two or two point four trillion dollars proposal now down for more than three and she has had several conversations including one this morning with the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin with whom she's done business in the. Past but they are still very far apart I on a big price tag. The first thing you have to agree how much are we willing to spend here and then you fill in the details beneath that once you have sort of the ceiling over you they're talking but they're still far apart you mentioned the Senate Republicans, there's pressure. From Senate Republicans in races, the vulnerable races, the tough racist to get stuff done but there's also pressure on the speaker. One of the reasons they came up with a smaller package. After saying for a long time, they didn't want to do that is she faces pressure to from a lot of those Democrats who won in two, thousand, eighteen and trump district. So, there is some political pressure which has led to late very late resumption in the negotiations I don't WanNa. Say they're going to get there because they're very very far apart but talking beach not talking and we'll take it from there chom before you leave we were talking sports person training because they're from NBC? Sports. Boston before talking about. Doing pretty well, and Brady's doing pretty well, I thought a you when we were doing it because I know you're coming up. Do you root for Brady or Cam Newton? Root for both in the sense that I want the Patriots win the Super Bowl and I'd love for Cam Newton and Tom Brady to shake hands after that game as the Patriots beat them in the Super Bowl I don't have. I know a lot of people in New England you know Tom Brady's dead to me because he left I don't feel that way I. Feel grateful. I feel grateful for twenty years in a great run and I wish him the best I re I truly do and I I would love a Patriots Tampa Super Bowl and I would love for a Cam Newton to win it. Without be. John Enjoy tonight. It's great to talk to you. Thanks for your time. Picker. Okay. You to John King joins US every week. He's seen as chief national correspondent knackered inside politics, catch weekdays, and Sunday Mornings at eight o'clock. Thanks again John came. We love talking and John King coming up where we open the lines to continue our presidential debate conversation with you I numbers eight, seven, seven, three, zero, one, eight, nine, seven. Oh, you can email at be pr at. W.. H.. Dot Org. Welcome back to Boston Public Radio Jim Brady and Marjorie thirty, and we've been talking about tonight's presidential debate. We started the show talking to you about it. We spoke to C. N. N.'s John King about it. So we'll continue that conversation with your calls at Eight, seven, seven, three, zero, one, eight, hundred, nine, seven for the rest of the show. Are you tuning in first couple of callers today said NOPE, they've made up their mind they have no interest in it they're not watching. Will you be doing your own fact checking getting back to Margaritas point? Is there anything that can change your mind and what do you expect if you're GonNa Watch Eight, seven, seven, three, zero, one, eighty, nine, seventy John's said before the thing. Is a is a perfect prediction. He didn't put it this way, but this is point the Biden tax response is going to be in the context of that brilliant Biden Scranton versus Park Avenue thing he's GonNa turn to Chris Wallace or Donald Trump and saying, well, here's the difference between us in Scranton. We pay our fair share of the cost to provide schools and firefighters cops in fact, and I paid three, hundred, forty, six, thousand with my wife last year and on some parts of Park Avenue they don't that imagery I think played pretty well pre. Pre. Tax Information on your times yesterday that I think it's a home run for for Joe. Biden IFFY. Delivers it well, tonight. Okay I just have to point out Chris Wallace monitoring. That's doing the debate night is from Fox News he's very courageous guy because I'm turning on the the news page Fox News, Here's the headline. Biden campaign rejects trump's cough for inspector to check candidates for listening devices at the debate than beneath that trump gets twenty twenty Nobel prize nomination the next to that, Pelosi. Biden advice after urging him to skip debate with trump and then here's the headline the Tucker Carlson Show? Amy Coney Bat resents represents everything that made this a great country. So Democrats, despiser I mean. You know. The idea that he can go out and be a fair moderate tonight which I wish which I think he is because he is a really good journalist and worked at the station is really kind of. kind of it it's hard to swallow. Isn't it I? Think it's fabulous I think if you can stay true to your principles which I've found him to do I think it's the perfect place for him rather than than the place being a. Dawn to dusk Sean Hannity's let there be a Chris Wallace in there who know mentioned understands where you're supposed to do as a reporter now mentioned coronavirus no mention of the massive trump taxes none of it. So there's not gonna be any fact checking on that station of the president. You gotta get over it I mean it is. They are who they are. GonNa Chain night and but I think you. How important they are informing the worldview of millions of Americans don't play at all I mean for people to be blind to reality for people to be fine with the job that Donald Trump has been on Donald covid nineteen people to be fine that he says I a pretty much sport mask wearing to win all you gotTa do is turn on the television every time he's a tightly packed rally I. Don't I don't question the impact they have at all. I'm just saying that one has to hope that the rest of the populace and the rest of the news media regardless of where the consumer of that ends up going in terms of voting cares about the facts and the truth and if the facts and the truth in their world leads them Donald Trump. So be it but Fox News isn't going to take them there eight. Seven, seven, three, zero, one, eighty, nine, seventy. We'll try to squeeze in as many calls. We can't before the end of the show as we are how many hours away we are actually fewer in little more than seven hours away from the nine to ten thirty debate tonight and we will carry it live by the way right here in eighty, nine, seven, six welcome North Weymouth. High. been can. Political, junkie and but I will not be watching trae debate. Because I'm. Trying to raid and I have down a little bit just a few minutes ago the GBH half. And I am going to watch pride and prejudice for the nine thousand. Oh. Well you know Susan lie with you on that one pride and prejudice doesn't get much better than that does is this Colin. I won the conference one. It is I actually when I was having a little meltdown after we lost our bt I watched. The Cure nightly one, two time Nascar of now I'm going to go back to my favorite. One of the great, small. Yeah. No, it's really. It's really one of US Jane Austen novels and movies may not have them. The nightly won't be okay. I think the conference one Susan you're absolutely right. That's the that's the PSG resistance. Absolutely thank you so much for. You know we we've had a ton of callers that I've said, there aren't watching this thing again, the I. So this morning I just can't remember if it was in the time of the Washington Post said three quarters of voters said they'll be tuned into. Now we're getting one quarter I. Guess here, Stephen and Andover no chance I'm going to wash the debate to me is like watching the past in the one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty s no upside I'm probably GONNA. Get my heart broken. So they go. John Gardner Hey John. A longtime listener four thirty second time. That's all. Hey John. It only seemed like more Jim. I JUST ACT JIM I. Email one time I won't go on about flex but I said something to the effect. You know what my fascination fixation with it. They're so damn good at what they do and leave it. A very good. They are so good at what they do I I do think people. People in the center in the Left I think underestimate the me. Me Either I'm Felon Ya anyway, number one Jim I don't want Jota challenge trump to a push up content. Why I'm he's he confused his somewhat physical his vigor physically he's in good shape for seventy, seven, seventy I. But we don't care about that I. Mean we want the guy to. You know. But we care about his mental capacity and I've felt more coverage about that. Seeing more about him more of him lately, and I'll be watching with bated breath and holding my breath at times might. You because I think this is important. Just for the fact you guys and I missed most of the show I just got home from Golf I'm on the gratitude. Porch Marjorie. Yes, very good I. think that's very helpful. John You said can I get back to your thing about you know you've been Kurds lately, I watched virtually the whole ninety minute townhall that that Biden a week or two ago in Pennsylvania with Anderson Cooper moderating and even the questions that were. From, people who were not supporters were fairly mild and he did fine. At times better than fine. Trump is a relentless attacking no-holds-barred kind of debater and I know he's a biden supposedly doing a lot of preparation I'm sure they've watch a lot of film or video of trump in other debates. I'll tell you when the stakes are this high and you're under constant attack and there's only so much Chris Wallace can do. It's really hard. I don't know I. Don't care how experienced and how long he's been in politics. This is tough and so. I. Think he has done better lately Biden I. Think he wasn't available enough to the press at all until recently an answering questions until recently. But confronting a debater like trump John I assume you agree is a totally different kettle of fish is nothing like it drummed into his head that he can't lose his temper I agree with you completely. He's GonNa say stupid insulting dumb things that you know to try to get your loser Tampa I hope they drummed into and do not lose chuckled in laugh it off but don't lose your Tampa I think that's good advice John thanks for the call. Hope your golf game was good eight, seven, seven, three, zero, one, eight, hundred, nine, seventy, all these people aren't watching I'm counting the minutes I cannot wait to this thing tonight several people have email and said, they're going to be heavily heavily lubricated at the time of the. Event too nervous to send an email was a you. Know. Towards not but I I may be I may be having a little cocktail myself lender in the car. Thank you for calling Poland. For taking my call I gotTa Watch it because I don't watch a lot of news these days because. I want to see her exactly what's coming out of them And not have any kind of thin other than their own thin. That's why I'm watching it. Reason. Don't watch news 'cause I tend to yell at the TV then and. Make no mistake and I and I fear this the sociopath is going to get back in because he is a sociopath if you look up the definition of a sociopath, he is classic. Classic never takes any kind of. If something goes wrong. He never take any blame in it. And only talks about how great he is. It is. I always say I loved my facebook page the. Here unless you're. He's been able to avoid but I I don't want to diagnose them because I don't know enough. But what I do know is from having watched things as recently as the great choice Michael Kirk film about the two candidates on frontline and lots of things before the Roy Cohn as mentor notion, you never admit a mistake you never admit you're wrong. You've never mentioned. You've lost acknowledged you've lost you never apologize and he is operating from that playbook. Well enough that got him elected President United States. So I assume it will continue Linda. Thank you so much for the call. You know when he attacks again I said this earlier I I'm sure just John Gardner said that Biden is being cautioned not to lose your temper but to have button I'm sure he's prepared were the responses. His family, not that other people's families don't mean a lot to them. You ever seen a candidate who? Is Closer to his kids and cares about his kids. When trump goes after hunter, Biden at minimum. And as I said earlier, he may even go at his son who died most recently died Bo. Well, why can't he does Biden do I don't know I'm not a good debater but stop top of my head. Hunter Biden. Is Not responsible for the highest death rate in the world. The United States, from coronavirus hundred, not responsible the unemployment rate Hunter Hunter Biden immediately. Just just hundred Biden is not running for president. I am running for President Hunter Brian. Goodwin? Paid more in taxes. Last year a last month than you did. You know that kind of thing hundred Biden is relevant and and the lies he's told about one hundred Biden I. mean people can look them up there. Kind of legendary. Anyway Gail from film. Thank you for calling for you. Oh good afternoon. I have some thoughts on this I'm a supporter of on President, Biden will be voting for him regardless of any on. Debate activity I I'm concerned about the fact that the sitting president is allowed to participate in the debate with Vice President Gilles to me like media. Making opportunity in the sense that he does not play rules at knowing one control him. The abuse of Hillary Clinton in watching those replays through the news is we can distress me. I. I guess you don't literally mean that he shouldn't be allowed to participate in the debates. He's the President United States I I feel like there should be a different setup for who is controlling these debates. He does not play by debate rules. Not Meet down by the media representatives to me well. I, understand your concerns as I have to say you heard John King say it and Chris. Wallace arrival network. You heard both of us say. This is a really competent tough and fair journal kids leave trump agreed to an action while I don't think he has a choice. Oh, you mean just refuse to participate in the debates. Commission presidential debates whatever the second goal name is wake. Candidates. Thank you. Call I wanted to mention several people that there's no audience tonight, but there is not answered small. Ninety people wrong. So there there will be audience it people responding. The I was talking about his his ability with the crassus of you know it's one thing to make that. When he megan Kelly Kelly s that killer question and he's responses. I haven't done that except Rosie O'Donnell and the place goes absolutely nuts. It's one thing when you get A, we have an applause line with something like that. It's another thing when you're. Playing to ninety people Kurtz from tonight in any case. That's okay. We are done. Thank you very much for listening to us today. We appreciate it tomorrow. We're GONNA have a medical ethicist Dr. Kaplan. It's going to be here a chest and Buddha just here in his new memoir, which is a lot more than just his husband Pete in the campaign trail subtlety. Fun. Thank our crew Chelsea Murs. So Matthews Hannah, you believe eight and calmly engineers John The claw Parker off site engineer. Miles. Smith and Dave Golden What's on the award winning? Jim Brady show tonight at seven o'clock. We'll obviously also do A. Postmortem. Site doctrine, the heat, Bardiya TV's. Exactly. You School of Medicine and B. M. C.. She's an infectious disease I. WE'RE GONNA talk about the trending upwards numbers that are troubling to many right here in Massachusetts Ambrose Philips's political reporter and author of the five minute fix newsletter at the Washington Post I'll talk to her about the debate and Dan primack. The brilliant business editor for Axios is going to tell you how you can reduce your tax liability to seven hundred fifty. No, he's not. He's going to join analysis of the implications of the tax information. What does it mean for America? What does it mean for Donald Trump and his family? He'll do that analysis. Tax experts in the business section same. One of them is guy to my taxes Jeff Levine I'm so happy that's. Trump at discount for the. Can Get seven hundred and fifty bucks. Although little little discount or maybe a big plus tax liability or something. Anyway thank you very much for listening. Regan Javale. Thank you for tuning in. Please tune again tomorrow. Try to keep your wits about you during tonight's based on anything I wouldn't do charge you tomorrow.
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