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"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"For former governor Hickenlooper the caucuses the first step in deciding who'll be on the ballot for the non presidential primary in June and mild most of today but we will see scattered rain showers Sunday afternoon and evening that's fox thirty ones Jessica lebel for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily die each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts David ko ko a news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM looking right around the mile high city but we do have a crash I. twenty five northbound approaching six Avenue that's already in the clean up stages but we still have a ways from that back to about Alameda all the other highways though looking good including I. seventy east and westbound through town R. U. S. thirty six six seven in the west side the you I. two twenty five on the east side of town through Aurora up in the high country start to see a little bit of a heavy volume developing eastbound I. seventy between Silverthorne in pockets over to Georgetown box thirty one pinpoint weather cloudy skies a chance for rain later today a hard you're sixty five right now sixty three degrees this report is sponsored by Bob Evans dinner sides make mealtime easier delicious with Bob Evans side dishes like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese they're made with real milk butter cheese and potatoes and already in the microwave in six minutes try Bob Evans sides from your grocery store it'll be love at first bite I'm bill Jones on gateway newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM spring is when people begin thinking of buying and installing replacement windows and the company they think of to do it is Gravina said nine fifty west Evans in Denver they have one hundred thousand plus customers across Colorado homeowners property managers and developers nobody B. Trevino's Larry Griffin has over fifty world class lines of windows and doors one called a grittiness windows and siding is like getting quotes from twenty manufacturers these colder Venus beautiful show room at nine fifty west Evans in Denver and apples to apples they'll be any other color on a window replacement company with my kids in the business will be there for you for generations to calorie build groovy nose to help Coloradans save on their energy bills and provide Colorado's best prices on replacement windows and installation metro Denver call three oh three Gravina northern Colorado call nine seven O. G. R. A. V. or online at Groovin the windows dot com the girl just windows nobody beats his new body strength training the Rockies in India coverage begins to this is lead to believe in this is our American stories and we tell stories about everything here on the show from the arts to sports and from business to history and everything in between including your story send them our American network.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"All. I think he is a great example of the type of candidate when you look at his political background with when you look at what he's been able to accomplish that if it was like nineteen ninety six or two two thousand he would be an incredibly strong candidate for the democratic nomination a a moderate governor gotten liberal stuff done in purple swing state right but that is just not what let democratic voters want this year. They want. Somebody who is more of a fighter who's more out there you know and i just don't think the the friendly guy from colorado really fit into what democrats democrats were looking for in part of that is because back in <hes> twenty sixteen. That's not what republicans went for something radically different and it seems like the democrats mcadoo trying to now not necessarily match that but they're trying to respond to that and the other to things unfortunately for governor hickenlooper. I think a lot of the problem he had his campaign. Rain came down to a moment that i witnessed before the first debate in miami where he was trying to get into the debate venue and the security guard stopped him and said or your reporter. The credentials line is this way just like not necessarily his fault but just a wide field. It's just so hard to get attention not only a wide field but a field in which you have a lot of senators now governors we have often talked about governors have executive experience they in the past have done well in these races but senators especially with high profile judiciary committee hearings for example that sort of thing like we'll see senators get these national platforms they have their they have their moments of grilling a supreme court nominee whereas john hickenlooper hasn't had an opportunity for the whole nation to know him so i think i might have actually seen the very last moments of the hickenlooper campaign when he was in the beer tent at the iowa state fair pouring beers for people <hes> danielle. You and i were both there for several days. We saw the candidates doing all the things you do at the fair flipping pork chops riding rides meeting voters giving speeches. You're you're the iowan. Why does the state fair matter. You know i came away asking the exact same honestly because let's be honest here confession profession. I am a native iowan. I had never been to the iowa state fair until until this year so it was new for me. Shocking i grew up hours away from the moines. You guys we know but <hes> hours to anywhere as far away as you can get and still living in iowa anyway. The point is this so the significance is that it is a big high profile event that a lot of iowans go it is wholesome. It is happy it makes for a lot of great photo ops right if you can get a photo of you with the corn dog at the state fair mink. I imagine a presidential candidate thinks it makes you look like a normal person but i came away honestly wondering how useful this is for normal iowans quote unquote because you know scott you were there any key especially the big <unk> units surrounded by this just crush of people bull and getting a candidate to actually talk to a real person is a reduction in and of itself and sometimes they just plow through the fair. Get their corn dog and go go. Sometimes they do talk to people but it's not a given an aside from that. I talked to a few iowans who told me no it's cool. We don't have to talk to candidates so until because they come through our town. All the candidates come through our town all the time. We can see them other times. We don't have to see them in this giant crowd of people in the heat at the state fair yeah but <hes> for candidates i mean certainly one of those <hes> moments where there's a ton of press to talk to everyone would give speech and then give it a little press conference and they were like twenty or thirty cameras cameras regardless of who you were genuine. I did a lot of stories from the iowa state fair. If you want to hear more of them you can go to the radio. We also do our reporting all such little known fact about about the podcast <hes> if you go to.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Doctors and nurses say he needs his wife wife spins hours on the phone begging begging the insurance company to cover him and that's not what insurance companies are about their about taken in the most money neither can end paying out the least. We can't sustain a system like that. It's twenty three billion dollars in profits out last year we just during selection alienated large electric you worried about what's going to happen alienate. I don't even understand that question us. Donald Trump is an example of somebody who can win wasn't expected in eighteen hundred people on your own party tonight saying that his newest so because not ready for Donald Trump has a vision of how to win and he's out there done it. He sent through something wrong in your life if your wife is not working if if you're under a lot of economic pressure like people don't look like you playing people who got sound like you blame people who weren't born where you were born. Blink Blink people who don't worship like you. I have a very different story about what's what's wrong right now is that we have government. We have a Washington Washington that works great for the wealthy for the well connected of people with money. This is not work for anyone else but in a democracy we got a chance to change them a. and that's what twenty two thousand since he was arguing that trump didn't alienate a portion of the voters last time around be that as it may a break for our coverage when we come back. We'll go to Steve Kornacki at the wall. I think if we'RE GONNA force Americans to make these radical changes they're not doc it or go along you. Draw your hand but you haven't you haven't us governors and mayors of the ones wanted to we have to pick up all the pieces would suddenly the government's supposed to take over all these responsibilities and there's no preparation the details on what you can't just spray a plan on the world I expect it to succeed in other words one of the moderates holding the Liberals Accountable for a long shopping list of items that we would eventually have some say saying former governor Hickenlooper is standing by with Chris Matthews Chris. Thank you so much Brian well that was pretty. Well introduced there because you got hit..
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Very much governor Hickenlooper your response so I think again I think comes into any has got a point here and there is a way of looking at a trade that is therapeutic the bottom line is you talk to any economist there is not a single example in history where trade war had a winner trade wars are for losers and the bottom line you got recognized let's negotiate a better trade deal but you're not gonna win against China in a trade war when they got twenty five percent of our total debt and step back and look at yours trump gives a giant tax cut at the same time so we're paying in towers about eight hundred to twelve hundred dollars per household and then we give this incredible tax cuts to the rich essentially what's happening now he transferred that tax obligation on the middle class that's what's outrageous but tariffs are not the solution governor thank you center warned anyone who thinks that these trade deals are mostly about terrorists just don't understand what's going on look at the new nafta to point out what's the central feature it's to help pharmaceutical companies get longer periods of exclusivity so they can charge Canadians Americans and Mexicans more money and make more profits that's what trade deals have become they have become a way for giant multi nationals to change the regulatory environment so they can solve more profits out for themselves and to leave the American people behind we have to have the courage to fight back against that center thank you governor will look a response the farmer and ruby said to me every time the trump tweets we lose hundreds of thousands of dollars of Montana had the all the weed that we produce every Montana to adapt the forty loaves of bread a day but by the same token what we have is I actually grew center war on this in part corporations can move capital ease workers can't so going forward we need to make sure that our trade deals actually are protecting thinking about the workers they can't be the step child but the way to do it with his blunt instrument of terrorists that the president's doing that's not how we get a fair deal for farmers anywhere or the manufactures here in Detroit well in a thank you very much the stand by please stand by please please by by the rules digits on Thursday of this week a GM plant in Michigan will stop production the latest auto plant to cease operations in the industrial Midwest this comes as part of the company's modernization plans which will eventually result in six thousand hourly workers losing their jobs are being reassigned to other plants what is your plan for retraining workers whose jobs are at risk this happened in my community twenty years before I was born in what when I was growing up we were still picking up the pieces MT factories empty houses poverty I know exactly what happens to a community when these closures take place and there will be more it's why we actually need to put the interests of workers first of course we need to do re training we're doing it now in south bend we should continue to do it but this is so much bigger than a trade fight this is about a moment when the economy is changing before our eyes there are people in the gig economy you go through more jobs in a week then my parents went through in their lifetime is why I've proposed that we allow gave workers to unionize because a gig is a job and a worker is a work thank you mayor we have to respond to all of these changes and you know in addition to confronting tack in addition to supporting workers by doubling unionization as I propose to do some of this is low tech to like the minimum wage is just too low and so called conservative Christians senators right now in the Senate are blocking a bill to raise the minimum wage when scripture says that whoever presses the port taunts their maker.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on KGO 810
"In poll after poll democratic voters say they want a candidate who can beat president trump more than they want a candidate who agrees with them on major issues governor Hickenlooper you ran a Facebook ad that warns quote socialism is not the answer the ad also said quote don't let extremes give trump four more years are you saying that senator Sanders is too extreme to be president trump of say the policies of this notion that you're gonna take private insurance away from a hundred and eighty million Americans who many of the don't want to give it many of do I get rid of it but some don't many don't or you're gonna degree no deal make sure that every American is guaranteed a government job they want that is a disaster at the at the ballot box you might as well fed ex election to Donald Trump I think we got to focus on where Donald Trump is failing you know the word malpractices interest I was always doctors or lawyers it's you know negligent improper illegal professional activity for doctors lawyers or public officials who won check it out Donald Trump is malpractice personified we've got a point that out why is it showing bean farmers in in Iowa I need ten good years to get back to where they were two years ago where's a small manufacturing jobs are supposed to come back why are we looking for one international crisis to another all things that he promised American voters we're going to focus on that in the economy and jobs in training so that we can promise of a future for America that everybody wants to invest it thank you governor senator Sanders you are proud democratic socialist how do you respond to governor Hickenlooper well the truth is that every credible poll that I have seen has be beating Donald Trump including including the battleground state of Michigan where I won the democratic primary Wisconsin where I won the democratic primary and Pennsylvania and the reason we all go to the feed trough and beat him badly is that he is a fraud and a fully and we're going to expose a what do you the American people walk by have a minimum wage which is a living wage fifteen Bucks an hour I've helped lead that happen the American people want to pay reasonable prices for prescription drugs not the high in the center of the world I've helped lead the update center governor Hickenlooper I want to bring it back to respond so again I I think you were going to force Americans to make these radical changes they're not going to go on you try.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Doesn't go far enough it doesn't go far enough I'm proposing universal health care where everyone gets health care is a basic human right for free but they have choices my plan better care is fully paid for without raising middle class tax option so when we think about the debate there's Medicare what is Xtreme I wonder if I wanna bring governor Hickenlooper governor Hickenlooper I I'd like to hear what you have to say about senator Warren suggestion that those people on the stage who are not in favor of Medicare for all lack the political will to fight for it well obviously I disagree with that as much as I respect both of the centers to my right you know I think comes out of that question of Americans being used to being able to make choices to have the right to make a decision and I think proposing a public option that allows some form of Medicare that maybe the combination of of Medicare advantage and Medicare but people choose it everything up people choose it it it expands the quality improve the costs come down more people choose it eventually in fifteen years you've got there will be an evolution not a revolution thank you governor senator Warren this experiment with the insurance companies and what they've done is they've sucked billions of dollars out of our healthcare system and they forced people to have to fight to try to get the healthcare coverage that their doctors and nurses say that they need why does everybody want is every doctor why does every hospital has to fill out so many complicated forms it's because it gives insurance companies a chance to say no and don't push.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Just click on the tab that says California news and views and we welcome Steve, Frank morning, Steve. Good morning, Brian. What a great day in America, five hundred fourteen more days to Trump is reelected, let's talk about it some on your blog right now. We'll begin with the state of California. Of course, other states around the country are banning abortion. They're creating new laws that would make it more difficult to get an abortion in their state, and here we've got governor Newsom saying, hey, if you can't get it near state come to ours talk about this, Dave. I think he's going to be asking for a grant from the tourism bureau of the state to make California, the tourist attraction being not Disneyland. Con valley, not degrade city of San Francisco, Los Angeles, but abortions, we're going to be a destination place for people to kill their babies. Like it's just where the state has gone in recent decades is mind boggling. Now, let's talk about something that happened here in San Francisco. Of course, we had all the Democrats getting together for the big convention, and there was one particular candidate, who is booed, for denouncing socialism. Let's talk about this, Steve. This shows massive divide in the democrat party, which going to cause a major win for up. President Trump come November of two to twenty. Governor Hickenlooper of Colorado. The former governor is a, a liberal progressive, and he believes as do a lot of Democrats that the democrat party will lose if they promote and run on the platform of socialism, free education. I don't know if you saw the story that house of that Sanders now wants to provide free housing for millions of people at government expense. Everything is to be free when everything is free. Nothing is free. Nothing exists. And so it can move spoke out at the convention and said as part of his seven-minute speech that he opposed socialism, and that the party would lose if they went down that path, and the and the California Democrat audience booed him. Now what happens come November? What is Sanders or a warrant win the nomination or even Harris who's running has a socialist as well? They get the nomination type a democrat are going to vote either for Trump or not vote at all as going to be a major defeat for the Democrats. But finally, the democrat party is come to their to their decision making decide whether or not they are American party or eight to nationalist party. That believes in government one candidate. Lose button rude. The mayor of south bend. He said, I do not believe in people, I believe in government. And that has it all that says it all that says Steve Frank our guest here on case for she was supplier, Steve. You've got a number of articles on the blog involving homelessness in California. I wanna talk to you about two of them. The first comes out of Los Angeles. You've got the statistic for us homelessness. There has soared by twelve percent in Los Angeles County and by sixteen percents in Los Angeles. The city we've probably have similar numbers here in the bay areas cities. I just have to ask you, what is going on? What is driving this in your opinion? Government all this money that's going into the homeless issues not going to the homeless to go into the homeless industry. The nonprofits, the studies, the politicians the experts all those who telling us what's wrong instead of helping the homeless, they're taking money, meant to them. And fact, if the money had been spent literally in giving the homeless home period. If allowing the, the regulations that that gridlock to building of homes to be built and lowering the price of homes more people could afford homes. We'd be better off, but it's government that's creating the homelessness and the more we, we talk about it the more we're going to have homeless, because we're are going to have much more people in the homeless industry, rather than helping the homeless. And then you get the decision made, for example by the city of Oakland. To legalize these magic mushrooms, you're gonna have more and more people, they're already on marijuana. They're already taking the intermediate drugs. Now they're going to be legally on the marijuana. So they live these wild lives with their high all the time. And let's be realistic. There are some who are dictated. There are others who just do this, because it's an ongoing party seen as you just mentioned because of this homeless industry, they can get a lot of their needs met, and continue living like crazy vagabonds. This isn't gonna help anything either. Is it Steve? No, there's two two reasons for homelessness. One is mental illness, and alcoholism and drug addiction and second because of government policies, making housing too expensive, and even in your fair city of San Francisco, not only do give out free needles but, you know, working with the legislature and Sacramento to be allowed to have section set aside on the streets, where nurses can. Give injections of heroin to to drug addicts. This causes the almost instead of helping people get off of their diction. San Francisco and Oakland are trying to make sure people have a greater addiction. Now, here's another store, and your blog see a political review dot com, and I've clicked on the tablets, California, political news and views of this read the headline, and let you tee off in this one Steve, the Bill to band roads. Insides coincides with rat infestation and disease in Los Angeles in the LA homeless camp, which is just huge as you just mentioned. They've got communicable communicable communicable disease crisis taking place and it has to do with rats. You can't get rid of these rats with these various rodents sides. But I'll let you finish from there, Steve. Well, we have not only. Homeless getting the typhus and other communicable diseases from the pets, we now have a police station in downtown LA and city hall Los Angeles city hall, it bested with rats, but also people getting sick from the rats at city hall at a police station as well as an almost encampments. And at the same time, we have this massive rat problem in Los Angeles. The state of California is looking at getting rid of the test decide that cues the Rach this happened in Africa in the nineteen sixties Rachel Carson had the silence spring. And she said, DDT was killing people, so they got rid of DD in Africa and over ten million Africans died of malaria, because there was no DDT to kill kill the insects, that was carrying the malaria. Can you believe this Los Angeles? We've got a typhus outbreak. This, this mind boggling, Steve, it's the third world city in a third world state. Wow. I can read all about it. See a political review dot com. Just click on the tab, California, political news and views. Steve franker chief whistle blower, Steve, thanks.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Also. Where we we've got an opportunity to have capitalism defended here by one of the United States premiere. Former governors Hickenlooper is not the is governor still. In colorado. I didn't think so. Yeah, they moved on from from Mr. Hickenlooper and back to just run in his groceries. He was asked by the Washington free beacon. Well, no, this is a montage. They put together they've he was with several organizations over the weekend. Trying to. Then they were asking him about his stand on capitalism. Right. Has officially announced. They want him to say, you know, are you a capitalist shit. Check out this really cool off for you the chance to clear something up here because you didn't interview earlier in the week where you were asked three times if you would call yourself a proud. Rhode capitalist. You consider yourself a capitalist. You conceive of a capitalist and discount Eliza work, and you wouldn't directly answer the question. Oh, I don't know. You know, again, I'm not sure that the system that you would call capitalist. I get it. I think I I don't look at myself with a label. Why are you uncomfortable calling yourself a proud capitals defined people by these labels? I think it's kind of a silly question. Maine Republican talking point to label Democrats right now as anti-business socialists. You reject. Hello. Yes. Absolutely. I think that's not accurate how much of a capitalist versus how much of a socialist becomes kind of silly doesn't know candidates for comfortable answer. No. Chance to answer. It understand your full directly answer some coastal. The answer is I'm happy capitalist. Young. At a certain point the labels do nothing, but divide us. Okay. Ready to leave if being capitalist divides us, we're done then that's it as a country seriously if we're divided because you say, you're a capitalist. Then labels. It's time to close up shop on the United States. If America that is not a label that you should be avoiding at all. And it's by the way, it's not label..
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Boy, the problem Hickenlooper has he has a lot in running nationally. But one of the problems is he did so very little with all he had to work with in Colorado, one of the most beautiful places anywhere in the world. Near perfect climate near perfect geography near perfect placement on the map near perfect composition of of humans. Inhabiting the state. He had so much to work with over sixteen years in top positions. Mayor and governor and ask yourself this. Sincerely, has anybody ever accomplished less with more? So now, he goes out to campaign nationally based on his record in Colorado. What the blank is done. Now. Don't get me wrong. Nobody could sit in any top office for that long sixteen years with all the advantages we have here and accomplish absolutely nothing. That's not my claim my point is he accomplished so very little with what he had to work with and given the amount of time. He had look what he left behind. An education system that's a mass, particularly if you're a kid of color, but but for kids across the board except for some really glorious pockets. Crime on the rise the state that was once known as the state of health is now known as as the drug capital of America. The state is now drug riddled from top to bottom. Whether it's high powered THC that's closer to crackle wanna than marijuana. All in under this legalization. Thank you governor Hickenlooper. You know, opioids etc. We have so many more problems on such a bigger level than we did when he took office that that's a bit of a problem for nationally. But but the other guy who has a problem is Michael the Bella were Bennett who listen to him wine. Now Mitch McConnell wants to set a vote on the green new deal in the Senate. I think it's absolutely brilliant. The best thing he's done since getting these. Hopefully, we know Gorsuch is a conservative Justice course, hopefully, Justice cavenaugh will be as well confirmed saving that seat from a democrat appointees. So it's a conservative Justice. Now, putting the green new deal up for a vote who could complain about that. Well, one Michael the bellwood Bennett cut twelve to support the resolution as a threat I will. I certainly am looking at the resolution,.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Thrive today tomorrow and for generations to come. See to me that was the most interesting part of polish his inaugural address today is he starts up I making John Hickenlooper, you know, into the greatest thing since ABRAHAM LINCOLN lookout successful Colorado is but thank starts talking about reality. And he starts talking police state about the campaign trail and all the suffering. He sees across Colorado, all the hurting he sees across Colorado. And hey, how does it jive with what you just said about how great Hickenlooper was well, guess what? Hickenlooper wasn't that great? And what we're going to do in a few minutes is I'm going to break down for you, the true legacy of John Hickenlooper fact-based, and as we go through each of the major categories crime education traffic right on down the road, you'll see failure. After failure after failure from Hickenlooper came across as a nice guy likable guy. But, but you know, what you hire somebody to get the job done. And she did not a guy who is getting the job done. He's Senator Cory Gardner whose acquired this. This massive influence back there, even as a freshman and appreciate the chance Senator to talk with you, especially this afternoon as the president will address the nation tonight on the border, and and it it seems like the national press the hill in particular is is trying to make this out to be some kind of rift between you and the president welcome back to six thirty w Senator. And is there rift at this point between you and the president. Thanks, dan. Thanks very much for for having me on. Look, I think this is a situation where the hill writes, the headline doesn't match my quotes in the article. And so, you know, there's obviously a lot of agreement on the need for border security, a need for walls where the president talks about it being appropriate, and what we can do to make sure that we have that funding for border security absolutely need to see that done. Also agree that we shouldn't shut the government down. But I think we can do both right. And you've been very consists. On that my goodness spec. Bacteria days is a congressman. Now, you have been very upfront about not believing in government shutdown says attack, it can reasonable people can debate that but nobody can accuse you of any kind of inconsistency on that. So go back to go back to two thousand fourteen when I was elected just a couple of weeks after that. I think one of the Sunday talk shows, I talked about how I don't think we ought to be using a government shutdown because at the end of the day, they cost you more money than it from a fiscally conservative standpoint, they cost you more money coming out of it. Then you would have if you didn't do it in the first place is there Senator another route to real funding for real border security, including a wall of their barriers where you need that outside of a shutdown. I mean, what hope does the president have of achieving that except through a shutdown? Certainly, I think that's what's so frustrating about this debate. Look the president is exactly right to seek out more funding for border security. He's made a very reasonable request for additional border security dollars. In fact, just a few months ago. Democrats Republicans over. Fifty percent of the Senate over half the Senate voted for twenty five billion dollars worth of border security. And that's that's what is so frustrating about this moment time right now is you have people who just a few months ago voted for twenty five billion dollars. But now we're saying they they would accept less of that. So I think if you if you narrow this down this is about border security, let let people explain why they don't support border security, and once you do that, I think that's a winning argument. But Senator aren't we in a position right now where there are enough Democrats in the Senate Nell swear who would let this nation literally go to hell before they would give Donald Trump a political victory that there's no real chance to get to the sixty you need. I certainly hope that no one would ever want this country to go to hell. But I do I am concerned that I've said this before that we have a what I call a revenge majority that they're the people who supported twenty five billion dollars to be months ago or opposed to anything and everything right now simply because they don't want this. President to have this victory or to have victory or have anything he wants accomplished. And I think that's a significant challenge. You're exactly right. So how do we get there? I mean, you've done your part to me, you you lead the Republican senatorial committee. You defied the way you got more Republican US senators even with that, obviously not at the sixty at would be needed. Even if you don't if everybody voted the same way, how do we get from here to where we need to be? So I think we've got we've got a clear path to additional border security dollars that support is there. We should get that done. We should I think open open the government with that funding that we voted on congress that would be a four border security, and then continue to fight for more. And I think there's plenty of support. And again, make this issue about people who oppose it. And I think that you look at the victories in the Senate in November this past year. There was a stark contrast and people supported those who stood up for things like border security. And that's what that's what people ought to be talking about drawing that contrast. Let them explain why they don't support a strong borders should the president declare a national emergency on the southern border. Again, I don't know the legality of what what he would be doing are considering I don't think he's going to because I think he's going to ask congress to do what they should be doing and that's their job, and again, Republicans and Democrats alike supported this supported far more than a five billion just a few months ago. And you know, I've introduced legislation that actually gave twenty five billion dollars in border security people voted on measures to give twenty five billion dollars in security that congress ought to be doing this. And I think that's exactly he's right to be fighting for it. Senator. Why do you think the hill? Why do you think the hill went so far out of their way? So far out of bounds to peddle. This fake news about a rift between you and the president. I think any time that you're putting headlines out there, the reporters don't write the headlines. I think veto somebody else writes the headlines, and maybe they didn't pay attention to the article or maybe they just want to do this to sensationalize or try to get clicks. But you know, when you read the article, it talks about passing funding for border security in it continue to do our jobs get the government opened bypassing legislation to fund border security, and then and then let people figure out let let people explain why they no longer support additional dollars for border security. So why they did it. I don't know. But I just visited with the the White House again today to talk about how we move forward with both border security border funding, and what we need to be doing to to get the government open. Right. And there's one thing we know if this president was unhappy with you or any other. Senator we'd know about it because he would have tweeted about it. Right. That's right. I think there'd be there'd be there would be some colorful tweets. I'm sure Senator Cory Gardner, our special guest, I think three's and they did it. I think you're you're being generous. I think the reason they did it is because I think that you are a high priority target now for the left because you are so effective in your job as has a conservative US Senator. But but I in a lot of other folks are confident that you can overcome even that hurdle to that note. There was a local story today about Chuck Schumer working on John Hickenlooper tried to get him to run against you. What is your take on now recently ex governor Hickenlooper former governor Hickenlooper, he'll look I think there's going to be a lot of people who look two thousand eighteen and CNN opportunity for twenty twenty Colorado is a tough state. It's a challenging state, but the challenge state for anybody Republican or democrat, and you know, the more the merrier and. I think we'll put our record up our accomplishments up and take our message to all four corners of Colorado about what we have done. And I'm convinced the people of Colorado like lower taxes, and they don't like being regulated to the teeth. They liked their ability to enjoy a energy industry in Colorado that creates hundreds of thousands of jobs they like agriculture, and they want to continue with these solutions. And so I think a liberal takeover of healthcare massive regulations. You have this member of congress in the house from New York who said she wants to eighty percents hacking. I I don't think the people Colorado that every single tax increase on the statewide ballot this year. So I think that's the message. I'm happy to to take to whoever wherever and the other thing is I I think it's obvious. They like you to I mean, you beat a really well liked well, respected income and incumbent democrat US Senator to to gain your current position. So. I think an awful lot of people like you as well. Which is why I think a lot of us are so confident that you will find a way to win this race. Now, let me ask you if you have another minute or so about Syria, what should the US be doing in Syria. So I think the the comments from the White House where they talked about making sure that the troop reduction or the US presence reduction in Syria is tied to conditions is critically important conditions as it relates to Kurds conditions as it relates to ISIS the conditions on the ground because if you destabilize Syria by withdrawing and making Kurds vulnerable to attack from whether it's a sod's regime Turkey, Iran that is something that we it's just unacceptable, and if you're allowing ISIS tobacco because of a US vacuum a vacuum of leadership has resulted in the US with the draw down that is poorly timed that's a big problem. And so I think the White House has recognized that they've. Said that and I think you'll see a conditions based approach to Syria that will continue to protect us and take the fight to the terrorists there that will take the fight to the criminal Assad regime, and that will protect the Kurds who have just been heroic in their efforts in Syria. Hey grateful for the time today last question, what is it that folks should know that may not be in the headlines right now, what's going on back there that that people really need to know about, you know, today, the Senate offered a Bill to help protect the nation of Israel and to condemn as this antisemitic movement known as the boycott divestiture sanctioned effort, and it was blocked. Unfortunately, a group of Democrats blocked this measure that would have protected our Jewish friends around the world from the vicious DDS, moving protected, Israel, and it was defeated. And I think that's shameful. I think that's disgusting. I think we always ought to stand up against the anti semitism. And we ought to stand up against those kinds of vile, actions and words that we've heard out of a member of congress from Michigan recently..
Colorado’s Jared Polis to become nation's first gay governor
"Just be a local event because he's the country's first openly gay governor the inauguration at eleven o'clock this morning getting a lot of national tension also being celebrated by the LGBT community. And that's part of why police has decided to go with a Colorado for all theme today. You can see banners on the west side of the capitol that say just that. And it's part of why his transition team includes Republicans and officials from all corners of the state. He says serve. Adding all parts of the state will be his focus. He hopes people sees that as he begins his term as the forty third governor of Colorado that inauguration on the west steps of the capitol. You can get there by going to Lincoln between fourteenth and colefax. There's a public viewing area it's free to the public. And then there will be a inauguration ball tonight among the performers local band Nathaniel rate lift and the night sweats reporting live at the capital, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. Thank you, Connor governor Hickenlooper. The man that pulisic's replacing reflecting on his last eight years. Skills training around our
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Want to be in conflict with federal law. I was worried about there being a spike in consumption by teenagers were the brain scientists. I talked to thought that it could have a very real possibility of of every time a young kid uses high THC marijuana take a little sliver of their long term memory. I was alarmed at all these people driving while. Hi. So I mean, I was pretty strong. I don't know. I guess maybe I could have been stronger, but I'm not sure who else was more strenuously opposed to it than I was I will convey that to my mic partner on on on behalf. How big ask him? How big a check. He wrote to fight the legalization of recreational marijuana ideas to hear whether Dan wrote a sec, I got to wonder too did Dan write a check you certainly opposes it. Now, it's very possibly. Maybe I'll ask him when I see him in the meanwhile, we've got a very special guest on the line. John Caldera, the president of the independence institute and the award giver of Californian of the year to governor Hickenlooper. John welcome to the show. So it's really tough contenders. This year, some some great people who wanna California Kedar state, California is I don't know. I'm not quite sure what the verb is there. But. The. A quick preamble and that in our bones. I think many of us feel that this great liberty loving state of Colorado state that drew people here to to. Free is changing and it's changing into Colorado. We we we do. Now knows it like this. We believe in Colorado character in Colorado. Character is that craving. We all have to make our own decisions to be free to make our own decisions. And we see it moving towards a California control where other people want to make our decisions. And so we thought at the independence institute. It's it's time to celebrate this it actually and actually award a Californian of the year award to that person who has done more than anyone else to bring Colorado into becoming California. I think we might at some point have to rename our state, new, California. And I think that that might work. So we we put out some nominees and yesterday announced the winner, which was our very own president elect John Hickenlooper. He seemed pretty stoked when I told him on air that he had he was the winner of Californian of the year. I think he was a little surprised I said there were some other tough contenders. Great nanny ests who want to change the state into California. But but the governor got it why give him this award. Well, because he did something this year that was just a complete surrender to California. If you wanna turn California, Colorado into California, the fastest way to do. It is just hand over regulatory authority of Colorado to the governor of California. And that's exactly what our governor did this year he adopted through executive Fiat, which may or may not be legal. I think there'll be a lawsuit to try to find out he adopted the California, low emission vehicles standards and the zero emission standards that are coming. What that means is that Jerry Brown's. Commission that he hand picks to decide what cars can and cannot be sold in the great state of California will now decide the exact same standard for Colorado that is he Jerry Brown. The governor not our elected officials dot anyone appointed in Colorado, not our federal officials who do this. But Jerry Brown now gets to decide what golf-cart-sized electric-car farmers will be using to haul their their stuff over the continental divided in here in Colorado. And to me that just seems like we had such great nominees, but that one of just giving giving your power to Jerry Brown and letting the California governor decide what's right for Colorado that one had to take take first place. I can see why he he beat the other four contenders. But he did take issue. You with with the award in this one way, he said that he did they hadn't taken all of California standards. Just some of them does that then figure into your reasoning? No. The point is you took took Jerry Brown standards. So we're will now be at the mercy of Jerry Brown's latkes and California as to what we can buy here in Colorado. And I don't know if you've noticed, but our states are very different and might have different needs something like seventy five percent or eighty percent of all the cars sold. Here are actually pickup trucks, not Tesla's. So. It. It is a devastating regulatory change that will cost working people in Colorado and. I'm not I'm not saying his capitulation to California for complete power, isn't isn't Austria nineteen thirty eight but it's getting there. And so I think you ought to be proud about moving to California that way I mentioned some of the other nominees, of course, including the city councilman up in Steamboat Springs who did the building of of children in school who wanted to ban plastic bags because that that symbolic Warren for environment is is important. And so it's nice to have kids running the city council up in up in Steamboat Springs in my hometown of boulder. Of course, I'm becoming a criminal because one city councilman woman does not like the way certain guns look and so now. She'll be chasing people out of town who who have have done that that look bad. We also have. Oh my God. Who who else do Corine Fowler? Oh, yes. The the the person who put up prop one one one which basically said that poor people cannot cannot decide what kind of financial loans again put the payday loan industry out of business. So we we had just a wonderful wonderful list of folks that was had to have been tough. Now who who makes the final call there at the independence? We have a panel of judges from around the world who who work on this. And so it's kind of like the Academy Awards. We have the academy of of California occasion. And. Two hundred and fifty experts on what makes California the in your face make decisions for other people. A world. So they they do their voting. It is audited by a top ten of auditing firm, and we opened up the envelope yesterday. It was John Hickenlooper by quite a bit. Now is there an actual physical award? That will go to the governor. Absolutely. We have a we have a plaque. It's here in my hand, we presented to to the governor. Well, we can find a convenient time for for letting Jerry Brown. Make the regulatory decisions for Colorado. I absolutely love it. And thanks for highlighting this issue. I we had a caller in the last hour at who's sitting at the sort of kind of squeaked in without people noticing, and I like the fact that you're highlighting it well to turn a little secret behind it is he waited until after the legislative session to adopt the standard, even though the Colorado legislature refused to do this. Now, certainly lawmakers of Colorado have the right to let. Jerry Brown make our decisions for us. But it really needs to be a legislative call, and there could be a potential lawsuit over whether or not he has the executive thority to surrender our regulatory rights to Jerry Brown in California's next governor with that potential lawsuit be potentially brought by a certain thing. Take. Potentially. It could be. But I don't even know if we'd be the ones to do it in that. There might be. I feel sorry for the guys who actually sell automobiles because Colorado is not built for one hundred percent Nissan Leafs and Tesla's people need to haul things around over the mountains and into rural areas. That's why I find it entertaining. When I hear that the governor cares about rural Colorado if that were the Clare, Casey probably wouldn't have. Putting ridiculous gun legislation and done something like this, which really hurts working people. Well, said Jon Caldera at the independence institute. If we're gonna become California. It's time for us to start celebrating it, and we believe our yearly Californian of the year award is a big step towards that. I think it's absolutely beautiful. I got now you've got your your television show coming up on Friday, the the devil's advocate. What's your topic? This Friday, actually, we just tape that today with your colleague stopped in Ross Kaminsky to talk about what's going to happen in this next legislative session. So we've got reporters and editors lists to talk about that. So for those of us who are list on Friday nights channel twelve at eight thirty PM, and you can watch another date Louis guy. It's it's really a sad lonely thing. Bring your own Ben and Jerry's bring your own Ben and Jerry's. Whether you have a Jon caldara. Thanks for out. Some time today to spend with us. Always one Krista already advocates. That guy cracks me up. Yeah. And I don't tell him. But he's a he's a little bit sexy to say that once not saying it again, but don't tell him. I said so to not tell him I said, so anyway, if you have a thought on Hickenlooper, and you didn't have a chance to get into the last hour. I certainly would love to take that call now three zero three seven one three eight two five five also the text line five seven seven three nine it. Yeah. This is interesting interview. I think you know, I'll say this one more time, and then I'll let it go. I sent him thinks it's important to evaluate politicians. Not entirely through a partisan lens. I say that because otherwise no Republican could ever think a democrat did a good job. And no democrat had ever think a Republican did a good job. I'd like to think there's some things that transcend partisan politics on a partisan level. No, I do not think that with the exception probably have energy development. I would say for for partisan reasons in a whether we're talking driver's licenses for illegal aliens attacking about support for high taxes the support for gun legislation that kind of thing. No, I I couldn't possibly find any democrat a good governor. But if you take into account other issues how somebody handled natural disasters how they tweeted other people how they saw themselves as representing a whole state rather than just a partisan few. I think you've gotta give points to governor Hickenlooper. I also liked the fact that he stood up for for energy development as a geologist. He knows. That fracking is not dangerous that it's actually the reason why America's able to produce a fair amount of gas and oil. It's the reason why we have a lot more natural gas because of when we rely on traditional techniques. And I say this fracking goes back about sixty years at least, right? It's not like a magic thing. It's you're using high-pressure water to break rocks. So that natural gas and oil can get through. It is. It's a it's a great way to get into old wells, and it's a great way to get into new wells. And and take advantage of oil and gas that is that is locked up in rocks. I like the fact that he stood up for it. A lot of people in the left including our oncoming oncoming right word upcoming upcoming governor governor police, they they take advantage of people's fears against fracking and act like it's a dangerous thing. It's not it's it's not new technology. It works. It's it's actually helped our helped us take down our our carbon footprint by having more natural gas and less coal. So it's I actually say, and I'll wrap it up. Now that I do appreciate some things about governor Hickenlooper. You want to catch the whole interview you can go to Kaplan, Kafer dot com. If you wanna weigh in, even though I'm changing the subject ever so much. You're certainly welcome to to to call in. And I will take the call no matter what. So I said in the tease in the last hour that I this has got me in trouble. And you know. What? I'm okay with that. I've had people at you. Let it been. I think pet tact as long as I've been on air by certain groups of people, and this particular group of people has come after me because of my column, I said, basically that in my opinion, there are men and women and that that that that quality in a person is set at conception because it is determined by chromosomes. There are people who have chromosome irregularities. There are people who have a very rare condition that causes them to have male chromosomes, but but they're female for all intents and purposes, but for the vast majority of people sex is binary you get to pick one or the other, and you you basically have that for life. It's kind of like age right age and sex are two things that you cannot change I can make myself look younger, but I can't make myself be younger in the same way. A man can live as a woman or women can live as a man, but. Man cannot become a woman a woman cannot become a man now, there are other people who have a different opinion. And that's okay. There are people out there who believe that that sex is a continuum he might be mail. You might be female you might be somewhere in between. You might be a man who identifies as a woman, you may get surgery or you may not. It's all what you wanna be. If you feel that your man, or you feel you're a woman, you can just be that. And and that's who you are and people need to treat you as the identity that you've picked that's not something that I buy into. I just don't and it's okay. If you do it, that's your opinion. That's okay. That said it doesn't obligate me. So just as if I were to go to go on a match dot com at dating website and say that I was twenty five because in my heart. I'm twenty five..
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on Eyes on Conservation Podcast
"On the books opposition to one twelve funded directly by oil and gas companies outspent supporters for one twelve by margin of over twenty two to one hit Nelson dark money. Honestly, I think that they realize that they were getting negative press off of how much they were outspending us. And so they're like British going to circumvent this and keep it off the bugs because it doesn't look good for us. Because a lot of those ads have popped up since the beginning of October. Which is when people really started to report on that. But I do know that Tracy Bentley has said it was Tracy. Oh, chip rhymer of noble energy said that we're at war, and we need to crush this thing. And Tracy Bentley said that she is concerned that if we win here that we will that will start a ripple effect in other communities will. The which I think her exact, quote was these things will start popping up all over the country God forbid, the people stand up to corporate power. So we need to crush them. What about energy independence? So you concern about that losing any varying degree of that eighty eight percent of the natural gas in Colorado is exported so it's not actually benefiting us. It's globally controlled market. We don't influence it. And and so much of it's exported that's what happened in two thousand fifteen the price of oil the price per barrel drop so much that it made fracking in Colorado, economically, not feasible and so the industry all but stopped in Colorado in two thousand fifteen saw major layoffs in oil and gas and actually Colorado's overall economy grew and you didn't see a drop in employment in weld county at all. But foster says our goal isn't to take aim at oil gas workers she sees herself fighting for the. Them to we want clean safe jobs and clean safe community for everyone. Well, it's county has twenty four thousand active wells that are polluting the air with benzene with ethylbenzene oiling. Gas jobs are the seventh most dangerous in the country. They a lot of times don't have appropriate insurance coverage if something were to happen, which is exactly what we just saw the Alta explosion this past weekend. We really feel that this is imperative to protecting our long-term quality of life, and we're fighting for them as well, these fights and Colorado are beginning to feel all too familiar to municipalities in Colorado in recent years have successfully passed moratoriums or bans on fracking within city limits. Lafayette and Longmont both were later overturned by higher courts the week before the election local TV station. CBS for reported governor Hickenlooper as saying he would make concerted efforts to delay one twelve regardless of the sovereign will of voters initiative governor Hickenlooper told our political Specialist Shawn boy that if it passes he would consider calling a special session to delay. Implementation. If one twelve passes, this is where the battle would move the state legislature would decide how to implement the measure problem is the legislature doesn't meet until January and one twelve would take affect almost immediately unless the governor Haslam acres back early. You could call a special session to delay. Implementation of this. Will you do that really look at it closely and try and bring the stakeholders together the environmental community on gas industry, the new governor. But the state Koehler should be the ones who have a voice in whether you call a special session. The two men vying to replace sick Looper both oppose the measure, but at the CBS for debate last month they disagreed on whether the governor should intervene. I would pursue every dress possible for that job killing Edger what we're talking about. Here is the sanctity of the will of the voters governor Hickenlooper says it's about how the will of the voters will be carried out the measure requires a half mile buffer between new oil and gas. Drilling and home schools are any area government Dame's of vulnerable, but Volmer Bill, for example, as one of the things not to find these initiatives are often bearable, and they don't go onto forty pages of what happens in this case..
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"May be the single worst measure I've ever seen on the. That vote. No, David your final response. And what's going to you expect to happen today that ends with? I should say that at ends with the most radical ballot measure on the ballot in the entire United States of America in this election is designed to create a way for the fossil fuel industry to stop all regulations at a time. When scientists are telling us that we need a serious regulations to reduce carbon emissions and and fossil fuel use. If this passes in Colorado, and it's not clear, whether it will if it does you can expect to see this kind of ballot measure in most in many other major fossil fuel states across the country finally governor Hickenlooper could be a presidential candidate in two thousand twenty where does he stand on? This sees talking about calling a special session of the Colorado legislature. Yes. Governor Hickenlooper his strong ally of the fossil fuel industry. He is against one twelve he campaigned against the setbacks measure. He has threatened a pre on the eve of the election. Threatened to call a special session of the legislature, a lame duck session to potentially overturn proposition. One twelve the anti fracking setback measure if voters pass it, and he but he has campaigned against seventy four the the opposition to amendment. Seventy four has been a broad coalition of everyone from progressives to the business community to governor Hickenlooper basically arguing that it could throw the entire legal system in Colorado into chaos gave its wrote investigative reporter for capital and main most recent article, headlined energy Chien's choose nuclear option and elections biggest fight over fossil fuel, and we will certainly cover this tonight on our six our election special beginning seventy stern time. Tune in tomography now dot org or check..
Kate Spade, designer who built handbag empire, found dead
"Turning here in front of you right now because of canvas please give that writes other children but the governor is struggling with the bill concern is that there might be unintended consequences governor hickenlooper says because there is so little research marijuana might be good for some children with autism but harmful to others a week from today the president will be meeting with north korea's dictator in singapore colorado senator cory gardner hopes both sides of the aisle work together from now until next tuesday singapore summit will have the eyes of the world on it as we have the possibility of peace on the peninsula i hope this opportunity to build up to this summit is a bipartisan process that we don't have partisan bickering trying to pick holes in the opportunity to denuclearize north korea gardeners advising the president to stand firm and he is a co sponsor of a bill that calls for a global trade embargo of north korea if the regime does not meet us obligations gardner and his fellow lawmakers will be spending hot month of august in washington senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's cancelled the traditional august recess necessary for us to be here in august and to do our work mcconnell is blaming democrats for having to cancel lawmakers vacation he says the work to pass the budget bills and confirmed president's judicial nominees and also picks for some top federal jobs fashion mogul kate spade is dead according to law enforcement officials the fashion designer was found dead around ten twenty this morning the style icons body was found hanging by her housekeeper at her park avenue residence officials said the world famous handbag designer did leave a noted the scene but they said they were not authorized to share its details in nineteen ninetythree the designer launched kate spade handbags with their soon to be husband andy spade she later debuted a clothing and accessory line she opened her first store in new york city in nineteen ninetysix there are now more than one hundred and seventy five worldwide michelle pollino fox news rockies are in cincinnati the reds today our coverage of the game starts at four thirty first pitch at five ten the dow up now nine points as and p five hundred gaining three and.
Actress Brigitte Nielsen, 54, reveals fifth pregnancy in Instagram pos
"Yorkers from dangerous drivers james flippin nbc news radio former president george h w bush appears to be talkative and in good spirits after being admitted to a main hospital a spokesman says bush's doing better but will need several more days of treatment the ninety three year old was taken to a hospital on sunday when he experienced low blood pressure and fatigue hours after attending a pancake breakfast at the american legion post in kennebunkport the country's first franchise network of housecall veterinarians is expanding its pawprint and the s pat care has just signed six franchise agreements in atlanta philadelphia and pittsburgh now the business model let's veterinarians either open their own housecall practice or expand an existing practice to include making house calls mvs just started offering the franchise opportunity three months ago at the end of the year they expect franchises to open up in florida nevada south carolina georgia texas and oregon elisa's e nbc news radio fifty four year old actress brigitte nielsen is pregnant so investor stallone's x posted a picture of her baby bump on instagram this week and it's gone viral nielsen has four boys already and they are all over the age of twenty three the actress who played ivan drago wife in rocky ford has been married to an italian born tv producer since two thousand six and this is their first child together brian shook nbc news radio the latest from koa newsradio colorado's newest supreme court justice is the judge who presided over the aurora theater shooting trial governor hickenlooper has appointed judge carlos some more junior to fill the seat vacated by retiring chief justice nancy rice judson more is known for his sharp judicial mind his open mindedness and his devotion to the rule of law the rule of law is one of the is one of the cornerstones of democracy and it's one of the things that distinguishes the united states from countries like china or russia so more came to colorado at age thirteen from his native el salvador his father had been a judge there and refuse to do the government's bidding they had the flee the country in colorado his father worked as a school bus driver to support the family moore is a graduate.
London, Florida and Michael Hancock discussed on Mandy Connell
"Five seventy madeleine these guys are real estate elevated climate change i guess i haven't made up my mind yet but i do know you can never be sure what our weather's gonna be from one day to the next know what to expect with colorado's news traffic and weather station iheartradio station we newsradio time is one thirty good afternoon i'm susan witkin secretary of state rex tillerson's talking about his firing tillerson says he's focused on an orderly and smooth transition in this tap deputy secretary of state john sullivan to lead the state department until a new secretary is confirmed by the senate the president is nominating cia director mike pompeo as secretary of state tillerson last day will be march thirty first the president has picked gina house bowl to replace pompeo at the cia she's the first woman chosen to run the spy agency and currently serves as the deputy director of the cia governor hickenlooper says he is reluctant to talk about sexual harassment issues involving state senator randy baumgartner and denver mayor michael hancock everybody wants everybody to a pine on everything john always constructive asked about the denver mayor today the governor says what happens next is up to city council and is the baumgartner case the governor says he's found that anytime he tells lawmakers what to do it doesn't go very well british police now investigating the death of another russian exile in london nikolai glushkov was found dead in his home in south london he was a close associated of leading critic of ladimir putin in florida prosecutors say they are seeking the death penalty for nicholas cruise the student charge and the parkland school massacre cruises attorney called the announcement unexpected saying cruise was ready to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence the dow down one hundred seventy one points right now the s and p five hundred losing eighteen the nasdaq off seventy nine our next news updates at two o'clock i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm traffic and weather together now here's rick morgan.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"Right all right on that note thank you very much governor hickenlooper governor casic thank you thank you i cannot predict the future either but that is not the last we've seen of them john joins the roundtable we come back this is abc news political rhetoric clyde if you're looking for more politics talk check out the powerhouse politics podcast hosted each week with abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl breakdown the weeks news and talk to guest with unique insights again that's the powerhouse politics podcast find it wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe today what a nice picture that is look at that i'd love to watch that guy street let's kyw try like held a high deadballs but folks i work hard president trump having some four with himself at sepak this week light moment in a tough week let's talk about it on a roundtable joined by our chief white house course he's back giancarlo julie pace washington bureau chief for the associated press univision acre hey romme's author of a new book stranger the challenge of latino immigrant in the trump era congratulations hustle line he chen the foreign policy director for the romney ryan campaign now a fellow at stanford hoover institution our own cokie roberts let's talk about the gun to be to begin i started out to begin the programme john is a different this time i was struck by dana lash suggesting that president trump we may not know where he's going to end up on this debate she's probably right and that's the thing it's different i mean we've had outrage after these shootings we've had victims were very eloquent look what happened after new town and now we have these students clearly a lot of momentum there but we've had that before we haven't had is a president that nobody has any idea what they're going to do and i will tell you george that the president has been telling his people his staff that he is.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"You can see the governor hickenlooper i mean what do you think about this could this be a possibility for you by our talking nauert's on the other hand it's going to happen i i admired i really enjoy working with governor casic he's been a great partner this and i think we are going to find things we can work on together but i don't take it out would make it happen with so much convention being thrown out the win window when it comes to politics what might make you consider here is illicit andreatta heirs it here's the situation what is so astounding to me is the john successful small business man terrific guy and i am working together and people like can't believe it they they they they can't believe that a republican and democrat can get together this is the way it used to be and let me suggest one other thing we're not doing this because we want to run for something we're doing it because we think we can help people and as i said just in an interview not long ago why is it anytime anybody does anything good their suspicion as to why they're doing it now what we're seeing are people doing wonderful things down in texas not because they want anything seat brings out the best than us life is short and you know what i think john and i both answer to is the lord's call that we can give everybody a chance and lift everyone and that's what we are all about plain and simple we have no thing we certainly appreciate both of you being with us and seeing is believing the two of you here working on something together reaching across the aisle governor casic governor hickenlooper thank you so much.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"And we're also going to make sure you get primary care that's comprehensive okay that is a definition of comprehensive and so what we're gonna do with this is where then to let the state's be able to innovate dramatically within certain guidelines but they'll have much power and then thirdly is with john was just talking about the ability to begin took pain now for performance not for quantity but quality medicine so initially stabilize the insurance market so a dozen collapse secondly let the states have the ability to innovate dramatically and to be able to make sure that we can make we can make sure people have coverage that they don't lose what they need and and finally changed the whole way in which we think about healthcare this should have they should satisfy about everybody because look if you're a democrat and you want doubled down on obamacare you can and if you're republican and you want to design your own plan within certain guidelines because we don't want people dropping folks from coverage you can do it and i'm excited about the possibility of having to responsibility to design a plan that fits us just like all the other forty nine states can do so i think this goes right down the middle and i wanna tell you john hickenlooper he's terrific his staff has been terrific our staff is work well together and we think we have a document that is absolutely a framework for how to get through this mess and move on i'll t when i hear everyone will be happy with health care i am a little sceptical i will tell you that from the pass but governor hickenlooper you're aware that the come calmly harris democratic senator is now going to cosponsor bernie sanders single payer healthcare bill medicare for all when it's introduced in september.
"governor hickenlooper" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
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