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"harrison dorsey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"harrison dorsey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"One hundred eighty second street and also in Hawthorne on the eastbound one oh five one lane is closed from the four oh five to Crenshaw aside from that very nice drive on the set it out as we get closer to midnight enjoy it thanks for coming up eleven fifty five objectives with more covered porch more often can extend seventy newsradio mostly cloudy skies for your Monday temperatures topping out in the upper sixties along the coast lower seventies for LA in Orange County metro seventy one for the valley seventy two for the Inland Empire upper sixties up in the high desert communities and low or fifties for the mountains tracking a significant storm system pushing into southern California as we head into early Tuesday morning a brief heavy downpours possible thunderstorms as well on Tuesday looks like we'll see lingering showers through the middle and end of the week was over California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS two news Alex distant for can extend seventy newsradio dot hills now fifty three degrees in Redondo Beach it's fifty three and Manhattan Beach it's now fifty four and in Fulton worth fifty six at eleven forty seven St a couple Harrison Dorsey Joe Biden for president and video statement released on Twitter Harris promised she would do everything in my power to ensure Biden beats off a challenge from Vermont senator Bernie Sanders for the nomination and goes on to be elected president in November local analysts that Larry Sabato says will still waiting on and potential endorsement from another one of Biden's former opponent senator Elizabeth Warren she'll do it she's going to do if she decides to do it back in twenty sixteen she did not endorse between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Paris released a statement saying she got no Biden through his late son beau and can think of no one better to lead the country through these.

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Kamala Harris endorses Joe Biden as Democratic presidential candidate

KNX Evening News

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Kamala Harris endorses Joe Biden as Democratic presidential candidate

"Seven St a couple Harrison Dorsey Joe Biden for president and video statement released on Twitter Harris promised she would do everything in my power to ensure Biden beats off a challenge from Vermont senator Bernie Sanders for the nomination and goes on to be elected president in November local analysts that Larry Sabato says will still waiting on and potential endorsement from another one of Biden's former opponent senator Elizabeth Warren she'll do it she's going to do if she decides to do it back in twenty sixteen she did not endorse between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Paris released a statement saying she got no Biden through his late son beau and can think of no one better to lead the country through these

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"harrison dorsey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"harrison dorsey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"You don't see people moving away from popular positions. But you see them just kind of looking for who's gettable. It's not quite the Bernie people yet. I mean, that's not the way for warrant has been framing her campaign. You someone like Clova shower independent, Tim Ryan, you have people saying there's just we're making the argument here about hey, you need a president who can bring Republicans in in on your priorities. But really do somebody who's not like turning eighty in their first term, and they don't say that explicitly. That's clearly what's going on interesting. And so if I understand you correctly, if if Sanders wasn't there the fight for Sanders voters would be inspiring more candidates. I guess like presume. Like Kamala Harris who Cory Booker, or maybe Jila brand I guess to sort of Dopp some of these policies that are to the left of where they've been. So as to attract that that pool of of Bernie voters, but with Bernie there, they basically concede. We're not going to out Bernie Bernie. So maybe we try and out young Biden on some level. Yeah. I think that that is happening there again, they're not explosive at the conversations, you have with strategies other campaigns is like, look, it's we're all waiting for the debates. You can see if you watch Joe Biden speech right now, I want to go to C span. And he's just lost a lot of speed off the pitch, and he's they just think they have people who are going to be more inspiring to to the party's base, then the front runner is. And when it comes issues, I don't think they were sincere in a lot of ways. Where were they when they're adopting? Physicians. What change was that? Whereas in April or may know in may twenty eighteen Kumble Harrison Dorsey Medicare for all men. Oh, great Medicare froze gaining steam, and the party's gonna nominate somebody who who grease with him and come a- Harris being for Medicare for all. Now. Is the same the same sort of people say. Same sort of people are saying, well, yeah, she's only doing she's a phony. Bernie's the only one who could really bring bring it forward. And I think that's closed off some some of this. I mean, just you don't see the same fight for foreign bur- supporters all that should wrap wrap it up and say, you know, he got Prague's ample sixty percent of the vote in New Hampshire last time. He's pulling it around fifteen percent now. So a lot of the migration already happened. You just don't see people going..

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"harrison dorsey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"harrison dorsey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Uninteresting start. I'm Michael Crozier live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. LA county sheriff Alex via new wave as promised shake up in the department. He says his predecessor put him in a tough spot. We're in worse shape now than we were in two thousand thirteen and at a minimum wanna get back to where we at over here in wave of blames Jim McDonald for firing too many deputies and making jails more dangerous. He says ice agents will be blocked from shares facilities by Friday. State. Lawmakers are demanding an investigation into a mystery surcharge affecting the price of gas in California UC Berkeley, professor Severin Bornstein says he discovered the charge while working with California's energy commission. It's not explained by the fact that we have higher taxes or cap and trade program for greenhouse gases or burning cleaner gasoline mystery charge ranges between twenty and forty cents a gallon. More than a dozen lawmakers have sent a letter to the State Department of Justice, urging the attorney general to look into it the seventeen lawmakers chosen to come up with the deal. For border security have met for the first time. Democrats say they're open to smart technology. Republican Senator Richard Shelby says that's good. But not good enough our border patrol professionals those on the front lines. Tell us that a comprehensive approach is necessary and approach that includes technology infrastructure personnel and physical barriers president. Trump tweeted yesterday morning, if lawmakers are not discussing her competent contemplating a wall or physical barrier. They're wasting their time on makers until mid-february to come up with the deal or possibility of another shutdown presidential candidate. Kamala Harris is televised town hall set a ratings record CNN says Monday nights event held in Des Moines. Iowa was the most watched cable news election townhall ever for a single candidate townhall average, nearly two million total viewers during it Harrison Dorsey Medicare for all criminal Justice reform and a green new deal to reduce emissions and create jobs in renewable energy, a federal judge in Maryland is ruled the N double ACP can continue its lawsuit against the US census bureau. ABC's Andy Field says the lawsuit claims the bureau does not. Have enough money to properly count the population in two thousand twenty organization saying that would risk a massive undercount of African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities. The judge dismissed part of the lawsuit that challenged the methods and means of doing the census..

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"harrison dorsey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"harrison dorsey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ashley mystery charge ranges between twenty and forty cents a gallon. More than a dozen lawmakers have sent a letter to the State Department of Justice, urging the attorney general to look into it the seventeen lawmakers chosen to come up with a deal for border security have met for the first time. Democrats say they're open to smart technology. Republican Senator Richard Shelby says that's good but not good enough border patrol professionals those on the front lines. Tell us that a comprehensive approach is necessary and approach that includes technology infrastructure personnel and physical barriers president. Trump tweeted yesterday morning, if lawmakers are not discussing competent contemplating a wall or physical barrier. They're wasting their time makers have until mid February to come up with the deal or possibility of another shutdown presidential candidate. Kamala Harris is televised town hall set a ratings record CNN says Monday nights event held in Des Moines. Iowa was the most watched cable news election townhall ever for single candidate the townhall average, nearly two million total viewers during it Harrison Dorsey Medicare for all criminal Justice. Reform in a green new deal to reduce emissions and create jobs in renewable energy. A federal judge in Maryland is ruled the end pe- can continue its lawsuit against the US census bureau. ABC's Andy Field says the lawsuit claims the bureau does not have enough money to properly count the population in two thousand twenty organization saying that would risk a massive undercount of African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities. The judge dismissed part of a lawsuit that challenged the methods and means of doing the census. Local police in McLean. Illinois have arrested Queen Elsa from the Disney movie frozen. The police posted photos.

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"harrison dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"harrison dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"One Republican who has been a fierce critic of the president announcing today he will not challenge him in a twenty twenty GOP primary. Former Arizona Senator Jeff flake now a contributor to CBS news on CBS this morning. He said he thinks the president should face a party challenger, but he won't be one of them horror. We start I want to find out if you want anybody to call you presidents, are you are you you thought about running in two thousand twenty are you going to run? I've always said that I do hope that there is a Republican who challenges the president. I still hope that somebody does that somebody won't be me. I will not. Canada. Did you look into being a candidate to run against the president? And what did you learn from that investigation that somebody else who might run would have to consider? I think anybody who's in the Senate looks at that at seven point. But there really isn't a path right now that I can see certainly not willing to be out there already raising a lot of money and basically living on the road right now. That's a difficult path. Anyway. See and the president's campaign melted. Trying trying to do everything they can to squelch any opposition. I still hope that psalm some are still talking about new run. I think that's healthy. And I'm not a fan of this present. But that won't be me. Former Arizona Senator Jeff flake now a contributor his appearance on CBS news this morning in two days after his appearance on sixty minutes. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz facing more questions on how a viable third party bid would be for him. He's making the media rounds, including this appearance on CNBC. I believe that if Iran has a democrat, I would have to say things that I know in my heart. I do not believe, and I would have to be disingenuous for example. What the progressive left leaning Democratic Party is suggesting is government paid health care for everyone. Which is free government job free for everyone and government paid college for everyone. I was a supporter and Hammet supporter of the Affordable Care Act, which I think can be improved and enhanced so that the premiums come down for families. But if you tally up those three programs over ten year period, it's approximately forty trillion dollars and ladies and gentlemen, we're sitting right now with a national debt of twenty one and a half trillion dollars on the balance sheet on our country. And if we were a company if America was a company at twenty one and a half trillion dollars of debt, adding a trillion dollars a year, we would be facing insolvency Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks out with a new book from the ground up and talking about a potential independent bid for the White House during a morning appearance in New Hampshire. Former New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg trying to sharpen his differences with potential twenty twenty democratic candidates as he moves closer to a potential White House bid. Michael Bloomberg calling a wealth tax by Senator Elizabeth Warren unconstitutional and criticizing former democrat Howard Schultz says at one time CEO of Starbucks considers his own bid for the presidency. Stephanie Murray politico covering the event by Michael Bloomberg at Saint John's college in Manchester, we'll check in with her in just a moment during a Q and A session at the event the issue of climate change again front and center years that with former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg. I'm Roger Stevenson from him on a member of the New Hampshire coastal, risk and hazards commission. We've created over three years recommendations to protect coastal communities. My question is the. Said that last year that we have twelve years in order to make drastic changes in order to meet the Paris agreements. At the end of the next term of the next president will be halfway there. So what does the next president have to do in order to make sure these changes are approved? They're durable. And they can be implemented beyond the first presidency. Well, I think the president's job to present really has two jobs. One is to what I call run the railroad. And so to make sure all of the parts of government work and implement the laws we passed, for example, the environment pro environmental laws, everyone describe them. And that's not happening. You should appoint people that have the interests of what the law was approved tried to have not going in the other direction, and that will help a lot. The second thing is the president's job is to be the unifier and the cheerleader and the spokesperson for the public. It's not to tell the public what they should believe it is to explain to the public what the president's vision is. And why she or he thinks it's the right direction to go. And we have to be the do that to influence the rest of the world because we're dependent on them just as much as. Dependent ourself for cleaning up the air. Somebody pollutes on the other side of the earth is just as bad as if somebody pollutes right here close anyways. And. The president's job is to do that. And our president's doing neither of those things. Also of the twelve years is not the end of the world. It is things are getting more out of hand. All the time. There's no discrete drop dead day. The glaciers are melting at an alarming rate, and whether or not you stopped something polluting right now, it's not gonna stop that melting. That's going to continue for a while. We've already done that damage what we're really trying to do is to not have more damage done. Joining us from Dover. New Hampshire is Stephanie Murray. She is the author of the Massachusetts playbook for politico and covered. Michael Bloomberg this morning in Manchester on the issues that he seems to be talking the most about climate change. We just heard about that and guns are these two issues enough to propel Michael Bloomberg to be a top tier candidate for the democratic presidential nomination. Thanks for having me climate change was certainly a large focus Bloomberg trip through New Hampshire today. He started out the day with a talk at college at Manchester, and then he headed up Nashua for a factory tour then had further to Dover for a Horace businesses in the downtown area. And he talked a lot about the green deal about work that he signed with the Sierra Club, Hugh, close down coal plants and reduced carbon emission. So he's really trying to talk up his position on climate change. He also President Trump's for failing to act on climate change. That's definitely something that. Carving out at decide whether to jump into the twenty twenty race or not is he running do you think he will be a candidate? That's a great question. And he was asked that today a couple of times, and you know, it's not clear he said that he and this is his second trip New Hampshire. He was in New Hampshire and October at told reporters today that he's really just trying to get a feel for what people are thinking about what folks want and whether he has talents are better use running for president or queuing work through hit lemberg foundation. And he didn't really gave a timeline for one. He'll decide if you job in or out of the race. But this trip visiting factory visiting businesses talking college. I'll I've either all really kind of. He for somebody who is a candidate. So I mean, those signs are definitely all their day in the body of your stories. Stephanie Murray, you point out that Michael Bloomberg is seventy six years old and earlier today he was asked about his health and his diet. What did he say? Yeah. It was that was kind of a a lighter note. So he said that he doesn't need much red meat if you he's really straight. Now, he's also laying off alcohol. He said that he's done. Without having a drink this year, and he's trying to last the whole year without having a drink anything else exercises every day. So you've been good health. Only vices Keith at that popcorn. So as this race begins to take shape in the field begins to widen Europe in New Hampshire. You're following all of this. What can we expect in the coming weeks? We know that former vice president Joe Biden announcing last night that he is closer to a decision one way or the other. But what about other potential candidates? So I think in the next few weeks, you can expect the field to start growing it even faster rate than it is right now, you know, the past couple of weeks we've seen so many people either get closer to announcing or announced outright. I think you can expect a lot more of that. And we're also of starting to see a little bit of tension. I've noticed that the past few weeks that candidate who are already out there. Have it really did criticizing one another. Saving it for the president. But today, Bloomberg he kind of knocked Senator Elizabeth more wealth tax plan. Thank that it probably unconstitutional and she within an hour or so but heading back on Twitter saying that Bloomberg and billionaire Howard Schultz are trying to protect that protects their wealth. So you're starting to see those little division form. And I think that that is a sign of what's the con isn't just get larger and larger at politico dot com. This is the headline Michael Bloomberg tees off on potential twenty twenty rivals as he inches toward a twenty twenty run. Stephanie Murray joining us from Dover New Hampshire. Thank you for being with us. Thank you for having me. So to that point from Stephanie Murray just where is the Democratic Party today, and how will progressives shape? It's future. There's a story the hill dot com looking at freshman, Representative Alexandria Causey. A Cortes known as AO see with some house. Democrats privately urging a primary challenge next year for details. We talked earlier today with the author of that story, Scott one. Well, it's fascinating. Steve. I mean AO see the freshman firebrand from New York who defeated Joe Crowley and a primary last year, she has been aligning herself with these Justice Democrats sort of this insurgent group on the left progressive who have vowed to run primaries against entrenched establishment Democrats, like Henry clay are. There was also some rumors that they were gonna target Hakeem Jeffries, a fellow New Yorker who just actually replace Crowley as. Democratic democratic caucus chairman. And so now, this is obviously upsetting a lot of fellow Democrats that she is aligning herself with this group, targeting other Democrats. And so now, the tables are turning and some Democrats are now whispering in the halls of congress plotting to try to take her out in a democratic primary in twenty twenty and so far these are very early conversations. But I did talk to one. Infuriated democrat democratic lawmaker who said he has been encouraging members of the New York delegation. The people who work most closely with AO see to find somebody recruit someone to challenge her in a primary in twenty twenty. And and so a fascinating development, and sort of you know, sort of an example of what happens when a party games control of government, and really has a broad array of members, you have sort of centrist and establishment Democrats fighting with those in the same party, but on the left when you look though at Alexandria, Qazi Cortez and the shape the shape of the twenty twenty democratic presidential primary race in many respects. It doesn't she represent where the party is or potentially heading. I think that's right. Certainly when it comes to a presidential primary. She represents where. Primary candidates are trying to appeal to because they're trying to appeal to the base, and she is extremely popular with the progressive base. And and just last night in the CNN townhall with Kamala Harris, Senator from California, she come Harrison Dorsey, a number of ideas that Cossio Cortez has been talking about including a green new deal and other issues. And so a lot of these folks who are contemplating running for president or have already jumped into the race like Harris are sort of running to the left to wear Cossio Cortez is and and really trying to appeal to her herself AFC because they know that an AO endorsement would go a long way, given the fact that she has millions and millions of followers on, Twitter and Instagram and other social media available at the hill dot.

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"harrison dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"harrison dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"One Republican who has been a fierce critic of the president announcing today he will not challenge him in a twenty twenty GOP primary. Former Arizona Senator Jeff flake now a contributor to see Bs news on CBS this morning. He said he thinks the president should face a party challenger, but he won't be one of them of horror. We start. I want to find out if you want anybody to call you presidents, are you are you thought about running in two thousand twenty are you going to run? I've always said that I do hope that there is a Republican who challenges the president in the primary. I still hope that somebody does that somebody won't be me. I will not. Candidate. Did you look into being a candidate to run against the president? And what did you learn from that investigation that somebody else who might run would have to consider? I think anybody who's in the Senate looks at that point. But there really isn't a path right now that I could see certainly not unless you're willing to be out there already raising a lot of money and then basically living on the road right now. That's a difficult path. Anyway. And the president's campaign melded other trying trying to do everything they can to squelch any opposition. I still hope that Solomon some are still talking about do Ron I think that that's healthy. And I'm not a fan of this present. But that won't be me. Former Arizona Senator Jeff flake now a contributor his appearance on CBS news this morning and two days after his appearance on sixty minutes. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz facing more questions on how a viable third party bid would be for him. He's making the media rounds, including this appearance on CNBC. I believe that if I ran as a democrat, I would have to say things that I know in my heart. I do not believe, and I would have to be disingenuous for example. What the progressive left leaning Democratic Party is suggesting is government paid health care for everyone. Which is free government job free for everyone and government pace college for everyone. I was a supporter and Amazon supporter of the Affordable Care Act, which I think can be improved and enhanced so that the premiums come down for families. But if you tally up those three programs over a ten year period, it's approximately forty trillion dollars, and ladies and gentlemen, we're sitting right now with a national debt of twenty one and a half trillion dollars on the balance sheet on our country. And if we were a company if America was a company at twenty one and a half trillion dollars of debt, adding a trillion dollars a year, we would be facing insolvency Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks out with a new book from the ground up and talking about a potential independent bid for the White House during a morning appearance in New Hampshire. Former New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg trying to sharpen his differences with potential twenty twenty democratic candidates as he moves closer to a potential White House bid. Michael Bloomberg calling a wealth tax by Senator Elizabeth Warren unconstitutional and criticizing former democrat Howard Schultz says at one time CEO of Starbucks considers his own bid for the presidency. Stephanie Murray politico covering the event by Michael Bloomberg at Saint and some college in Manchester. We'll check in with her just a moment during Q and A session at the event the issue of climate change again front and center, here's that with former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg. I'm Roger Stevenson from scratch them on a member of the New Hampshire coastal, risk and hazards commission, and we've created over three years recommendations to protect coastal communities. My question is the IPCC said that late last year that we have twelve years in order to make drastic changes. In order to meet the Paris agreements. At the end of the next term of the next president will be halfway there. So what does the next president have to do in order to make sure these changes are approved their durable, and they can be implemented beyond the first presidency. Well, I think the president's job president really has two jobs. One is to what I call run the railroad. And so to make sure all of the parts of government work and implement the laws we passed, for example, the environment pro environmental laws, everyone describe them. And that's not happening. You should appoint people that have the interest of what the law that was approved tried to have not going in the other direction, and that will help a lot. The second thing is the president's job is to be the unifier and the cheerleader and the spokesperson for the public. It's not to tell the public what they should believe it is to explain to the public what the president's vision is. And why she or he thinks it's the right direction to go. And we have to be the do that to influence the rest of the world because we're dependent on them just as much as. Dependent ourself for cleaning up the air. Somebody pollutes on the other side of the earth is just as bad as if somebody pollutes right here close anyways. And. The president's job is to do that. And our president's doing neither of those things. Also of the twelve years is not the end of the world. It is things are getting more out of hand. All the time. There's no discrete drop dead date. The glaciers are melting at an alarming rate, and whether or not you stop something polluting right now, it's not gonna stop that. Nothing. That's going to continue for while. We've already done that damage what we're really trying to do is to not have more damage done. Joining us from Dover. New Hampshire is Stephanie Murray. She is the author of the Massachusetts playbook for politico and covered. Michael Bloomberg this morning in Manchester on the issues that he seems to be talking the most about climate change. We just heard about that and guns are these two issues enough to propel Michael Bloomberg to be a top tier candidate for the democratic presidential nomination. Thanks for having me climate change was certainly a large focus Bloomberg trip through New Hampshire today. He started out the day with a talk at say college at Manchester at that. He added up to Nashua for a factory tour and then had further to Dover for Horace businesses in the downtown area. And he has a lot about the Greek deal about work that he's done with the Sierra Club to close down coal plants and reduced carbon emission. So he's really trying to talk up side not climate change said he also President Trump for alien to act on climate change. That's definitely something that. Kind of carving out at you decide whether to jump into the twenty twenty eight or nine is he running do you think he will be a candidate? That's a great question. And he was asked that today a couple of times, and you know, it's not clear he said that he and this is the second church New Hampshire. He was in New Hampshire and October at told reporters today that he's really trying to get a feel for what people are thinking about what folks line. And whether he has talents are better running for president or queuing work through Bloomberg foundation. And he didn't really gave a time like for the job in or out of the race. But this threat, you know, visiting factory visiting businesses talking college, I've either all really. He moved for somebody who is a candidate. So they're definitely all their day in the body of your stories. Stephanie Murray, you point out that Michael Bloomberg is seventy six years old and earlier today he was asked about his health and his diet. What did he say? Yeah. It was that was kind of a a lighter note. So he said that he he doesn't need a threat much red meat if he he's really straight. Now, he's also weighing alcohol. He said that he's done. Without having a drink this year. And he's trying to last the whole year that having a drink and he also exercises every day. So yeah, you've been good health. There's only vices are Keith at the popcorn. So as this race begins to take shape in the field begins to widen Europe up New Hampshire, you're following all of this. What can we expect in the coming weeks? We know that former vice president Joe Biden announcing last night that he is closer to a decision one way or the other. But what about other potential candidates? So I think in the next few weeks, you can expect the field and start growing even faster rate than it is right now, you know, the past couple of weeks we've seen so many people either get closer q now or announced outright. I think you can expect a lot more of that. And we're also going to starting to see a little bit of tension. I've noticed the past few weeks the candidate who are already out there habit. Really did criticizing one another. Say to get for the president. But today, Bloomberg he kind of knocked Senator Elizabeth more wealth tax plan that it probably unconstitutional and she within an hour or so was heading back on Twitter saying that Bloomberg and billionaire Howard show are trying to protect that protects their well. So you're thirty s he those little division form. And I think that that is a sign of what the field just get larger and larger at politico dot com. This is the headline Michael Bloomberg tees off on potential twenty twenty rivals as the inches toward a twenty twenty run. Stephanie Murray joining us from Dover New Hampshire. Thank you for being with us. Thank you for having me. So to that point from Stephanie Marie just where is the Democratic Party today, and how will progressives shape? It's future. There's a story the hill dot com looking at freshman Representative Alexandria Causey a Cortes known as AO with some house. Democrats privately urging a primary challenge next year for details. We talked earlier today with the author of that story, Scott one. Well, it's fascinating. Steve. I mean. AFC the freshman firebrand from New York who defeated Joe Crowley and a primary last year, she has been aligning herself with these Justice democrat sort of this insurgent group on the left progressive who have vowed to run primaries against entrenched establishment Democrats, like Henry clay are. There was also some rumors that they were gonna target Hakeem Jeffries, a fellow New Yorker who just actually replace Crowley as democratic democratic caucus chairman. And so now, this is obviously upsetting a lot of fellow Democrats that she is aligning herself with this group, targeting other Democrats. And so now, the tables are turning and some Democrats are now whispering in the halls of congress. Plotting to try to take her out in a democratic primary. In twenty twenty. And and so far these are very early conversations. But I did talk to one. Infuriated democrat democratic lawmaker who said he has been encouraging members of the New York delegation. The people who work most closely with AFC to find somebody recruit someone to challenge her in a primary in twenty twenty. And and so a fascinating development, and sort of you know, sort of an example of what happens when a party games control of government, and really has a broad array of members, you have sort of centrist and establishment Democrats fighting with those in the same party, but on the left when you look though at Alexandria, Kazi, a Cortez and the shape the early shape of the twenty twenty democratic presidential primary race in many respects. It doesn't she represent where the party is or potentially heading. I think that's right. Certainly when it comes to a presidential primary. She represents where. Primary candidates are trying to appeal to because they're trying to appeal to the base, and she is extremely popular with the progressive base. And and just last night in the CNN townhall with Kamala Harris, Senator from California. She Comal Harrison Dorsey, a number of ideas that Cossio Cortez has been talking about including a green new deal and other issues. And so a lot of these folks who are contemplating running for president or have already jumped into the race like Harris are sort of running to the left to wear Cossio Cortez is and and really trying to appeal to her herself. AFC because they know that the AFC endorsement would go along way. Given the fact that she has millions and millions of followers on Twitter and Instagram and other social media the story available at the hill dot com, Scott.

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