31 Burst results for "Heidi Heitkamp"
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on Amanpour
"They actually as we speak this week. We are cutting the checks and receive above twelve hundred dollars each more or less which is already something that we out there. You happy about and trying to find some solutions to to absorb more head for that For the summer time I would ask you got an issue. That has been very much in the news. It seems that a number of the large restaurant chains received a lars songs from Release Act. That was passed by Congress and signed by the president. Did you get any of that any of that money under the Care Zach Year we did apply And we get some money and I believe we're going to have to give back that money. To the government's you're GonNa Hassle or are you choosing your act we are. We rescued awaiting a decision. I will tell you why we believe we're going to give it back is because that's money is law and to this log. Forgiven You to your seventy five percents of your glorious by June surly employees. We are lucky but it doesn't look like we are going to in May We've been any drew. If we opened in June or may we will eat only familiar. And therefore this long doesn't apply to my restaurant but to ninety nine ninety nine percent of older onto America. We cannot anti teams by Jigsaw and spend seventy five percent of that money just barreled especially in big cities like media where we have to spend a lot of money. We have to spend a lot of money on many other aspects of the restaurants so this long that looks pretty good for restaurants when you think about it is absolutely not practical and not wear thought at all and with the money. Keep it in the bank for now just case buts or by researchers and my says I know very well that it's it's not made for us who doesn't work for manslaughter chains or who does the work for while it's definitely doesn't work for a lot of Response Most of the Independence Response National chains depending what they doing. If you have the takeouts it just the nature of business. Feinstein's mcdonagh's did you go with your car your tries and I don't want to necessarily focused on that brand but I'm using an example for them is the same employees yes before basically Can BE I seventy five percent of their workforce but the little guys and response like us again like I mentioned previously we. We can do that so it's not. It's Web Design Illinois. Something as we have an address but older restaurants most of the restaurants in America Business Director Insurance. Those insurance is of not giving one in you to any of the restaurants paid for years and years and years. They're they're a insurance. Why not why are they? Not You have any of these fats. It would be on. This is what it's designed for. It's exactly what is your designed for rights so we are asking the developments friendships even a cold with the White House and said this is not right. We have a business direction insurance. And now it's always a little line here and there that prevents do insurance to head the restaurant. When did he gets and we are waiting for to see what's GonNa Happen. I mean we when I say weeds many many receptors of together and I'll even doing lawsuits against the insurances but nothing is happening. You saying that the mechanisms already exist to address. These issues aren't being used. Who responsible for that. I don't know who's responsible for that. What is that insurances have decided not too good to you for minute you. I mean you've been in this field since you were fifteen years old. He went to culinary school. If I do. I have this right when you were fifteen years old. I mean this has been. This isn't really a job for you. It's a license. Yeah and have you. I don't know if you've ever EXC even had the idea that there might not be the work that you've dedicated your life to do it. I mean you are in New York during nine eleven and you seen other crises before this is different is not happening in just one place. One time everywhere. So have you thought perhaps the works that you dedicated to your life to might change fundamentally I'm sinking except it's going to be very insulted that we find the medication or vaccine and looks like it will take time. It's GonNa take maybe a year for one year we're GONNA be struggling and we're GONNA have to creative We're going to reopen our business when at one point for sure and we laugh unfortunately probably With Smarter Gym. That was we were close and we have to be very flexible with Somebody -TATIONS UP. We may ask for the wellbeing of everyone and we will obviously follow those directions. I'm talking about social decency where mass to gloves and saw and cleaning up all the time so that will be the very immediate future in the sense. But I know that you're from now in two years from now After probably also a financial recession denture depression. We will see life going back to Delta. Managing there are some people who might be listening to our conversation and say well restaurants are a luxury you know. People should eat at home. What what do you say that? Why do you use restaurants matter matter? Because IT'S NEW ORLEANS. Millions of people working in our industry our industry also billions of revenues Golfing tremendously to the economy. We are supporting the farmers fishermen and we have supported. Many people Down the line right. I mean we are all interconnected and restaurants are delightful CDs. When you'RE GONNA treaty thing is not just going to nourish your sense. But it's about relax time about being able to socialize about the life of the city's oldest sent Jones when we leave with older community where we pasta and with restaurants are close. Everybody's suffering from that like I said before from the little to the become thirty years through to everyone in the neighborhood alter the federal. Everybody's feeding the box of not adding of the restaurant's open. We of the lives of the people are not doing well. I'm doing pretty fine. Considering I feed myself very lucky might find me. Didn't get sick. I get sick. I of food on the table every day. This is it's remarkable when Lucas of surgery. It is out there just. That's by sells a machine very privilege. You're being a bit modest because I happen to know that you've also been personally helping to distribute food volunteering group called sitting harvest which takes Senate food. That hasn't been a still good food that has been utilized restaurants in helps to redistribute it to people who need it. I know you personally. You and your wife stand personally volunteering with them. 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But I I teach people to Rosty Chica because a lot of people don't really know too with properly and it's it's very simple basic so I got a couple of days ago I tried to of bondage in between vegetables admit quilty and so on so this is what I try to do on on on my social media classroom. I don't WanNa gloss past the fact chef that this has not been an easy couple of years for you. I mean you lost your very dear friend Anthony Bourdain just a couple of years ago and This is you know suffering upon suffering. Can you help us understand? How are you seeing your way through this? Like what. What's your North Star West keeping you going and ceiling that there will be light at the end of this my my face the my really adds that the lethal and the standings that. I have about lies. That's nothing experiment it was Burmans and therefore you fool lies with some good times and severely challenging times and you mentioned. Don't you go down and as you can imagine the was extremely emotional? 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Rural voters see Trump favorably, still have concerns
"A new survey found a majority of rural voters in Minnesota have a favorable view of president trump fifty two percent expressed a favorable view of the president but former North Dakota senator Heidi Heitkamp founder of the one country project says even while expressing support those surveyed did have concerns about how rural Americans are perceived stance that they are getting left behind or gets respected in terms of their contributions they want the rest of the country to better understand what they care about and why they care about it and they want to have that
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
"What back without fail and my conversation with former Senator Heidi heitkamp after camp decided to vote against confirming Kavanagh's a Supreme Court justice political donations from around the country started flooding in for her an outpouring of support from Democrats liberal activists across the country but back at home she was about ten points behind in the polls and her opponent was using the vote to make the case against her to say to voters that Heitkamp was just another Democrat who would vote along party lines heitkamp needed to explain her decision to the people of North Dakota. We did a political ad and there was a conscious decision on explaining the vote. I'm Heidi Heitkamp and I thought you should hear exactly why I voted against Judge Cavanaugh now I wanted to say I believe judge. Cavanaugh lied at his hearing honestly. I don't think he told the truth and even if he did he showed himself to be too biased to be impartial. I approve this message because I I believe a senator has to put politics aside and do what's right for our country. The you knew also that he that your vote would not be popular among your constituents and the up and you know this was the the greatest example that my opponent could show where I was you know with the mob so to speak what were the after effects like in terms of its impact on your race talk about that in you know the people you would meet in a parade <hes> who would talk about how disappointed they were guy a guy come up to me. He said you know I think you've done a great job. I think you're a great person. You know I just can't vote for you because you're one of the mob and they weren't. We're talking about just Democrats. They were talking about what they saw. During the CAVENAUGH hearing with women protesting and people saw this as a partisan vote on my part. It's your theory of the case is is the exact opposite of I'm with the mob and I think part of what the dynamic is is. You're trying to keep it tethered to the facts of the case here and like here's this person who's just not qualified fide but he came to represent so much more so you're no vote on cavenaugh felt the people almost like a betrayal somehow that you join forces against them your constituents. What do you think what do you think was the betrayal trail that they were seeing in? You somehow what what was that about. Many people said well look. You know you said you were GONNA go. Do what North Dakota wanted you to do and <hes> you know North Dakota. If you looked at a public opinion poll had supported the confirmation of justice cavenaugh. How could you possibly say she represents us when she took a contrary vote on a vote? That's important as a confirmation vote and I couldn't argue. It wasn't important vote because I think it is. I think it is a critical. No phone and so look you know. I'm there to exercise my judgment a my argument was this isn't a decision just based on what you take in a public opinion poll yesterday. This is a decision. You're making for thirty years. There's no no do overs. It's not like passing Dodd Frank in saying all we need to do some fixes for small community banks mean that they you don't have that choice in a confirmation to a lifetime position. He's going to be on the court for thirty years. At least I and and you know and what does that say to all the women who came forward who had so many stories that were as believable as Dr Ford's got a call the make and this will not surprise most political observers Heidi heitkamp at Democratic incumbent goes down in a deep red state North Dakota bigger deal than just one Senate seat Savannah Number Fifty Okay never fifty yes they will retain control. It's official even if they lose the rescue..
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
"Welcome back without fail and my conversation with former Senator Heidi heitkamp in two thousand eighteen heitkamp was coming up in the end of her first term in the Senate and campaigning for reelection and things in her state had changed since our last election in two thousand twelve which remember she barely won the percentage of North Dakota who self identified as leaning Republican had increased and Donald Trump was overwhelmingly popular in North Dakota her Republican Challenger had promised complete loyalty to the President Heitkamp had voted along with president trump more than almost any other Democrat but it was still only about half the time and she'd been falling behind in the race and then mid-election Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement from the Supreme Court and President Trump had the opportunity to appoint yet another judge and his pick was Brad Kavanagh. When when was the first time you heard the name Brett cavenaugh? Do you remember where you were yeah. I mean I had gone to see the president <hes> the president <hes> very much wanted to make this bipartisan <hes> and invited me and I think Donnelley Joe Manchin to come over and just visit with him. The irony was it was just a day after he had been North Dakota campaigning for my opponent Sir remember this so we have a pick up. We have to pick a great one. Heidi will vote no to any pick we make for the Supreme Court you will be told to do so now. Maybe when the president invite you to the wait how she go and you know he said well who on this list. Can you support and I said I don't know these people on this list. <hes> bread Cavanez name actually wasn't on the the initial list but <hes> couple of days later <hes> the name was advanced of Brett Cavanaugh and and so I was one of the first Democrats to actually meet with Cavanaugh there was a a movement kind of in the caucus to not even meet with with Kevin <hes> <hes> you know kind of again <hes> the bitterness over what happened with merit Garland and so you know we met very early on with Brad Kavanagh <hes> you know. I guess I've said this before and I don't ever intend our U._k.. France Spring Court so probably be okay saying this but I I never thought Cavanaugh was intellectually the quality of Gorsuch <hes> he was more kind of a back slapper to me <hes> not nearly as detailed <hes> I looked for empathy. The I found a lot of empathy in some of the things that I talked to <hes> Justice score such about didn't really find an empathetic person in and judge cavenaugh. You said that you look for empathy yeah. How do you do that? I think you I don't WanNa get into questions because you know I think those are private discussions but frequently talk about things in their life that <hes> that they've experienced that have challenged them and how they overcame those challenges oranges and what they learned from those challenges. What what I think is important is what if they demonstrated in terms of their willingness to look at the other side of things and change their mind and I actually had many conversations about that like when did you go into an oral argument thinking one thing and come out and said wow I've had my mind changed because I think that's an important factor? Someone who listen <hes> the Supreme Court decides a lot of things that are basic to human freedom and basic to humanity and if you don't have a sense of empathy or a willingness to change your mind or a willingness to be <hes> <hes> persuaded. I don't think you belong on the court <hes> but you know again going back to izzy qualified he had already been confirmed for the second most important court in the United States the D._C. Circuit and he was the president's pick and adjust as I think that the election action of Obama had the consequence of making sure that he was entitled to a Fair Evaluation of his appointments which is the way it used to be in the Senate now. I wasn't going to deny that to this president just because I disagree with him MHM <hes> you know..
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on Minority Korner
"And it's also not like, it's I understand what she's doing. But it's also not just like, but not the time. And it's not it's not the energy that we need. We need you to be. And also she's trying to buy for speaker of the house, and it's not a done deal that she would be speaker of the house. I feel like what she has stated as when she wants to do is it's going to be a transitional year. She doesn't like she's she wants to step down. And she feels like she does have the experience and the connections to be able to whip up all the different votes that shoe will need to get things passed. But at the same time, we don't actually need to because we have majorities. So just go past the things that you need to go and pass. Right. I'm feeling like I get that. There's a time to be bipartisan. But clearly when when we're dealing with a party that is infested with racist. Exactly. Insanity. We need to be holding court and taking sides for the people. Yeah. So I as much as I want to I don't want to blast anybody of my party, but she needs to take a different tactic. Yeah. Yeah. I agree. Also, I know no we're not in the we're trying not to be in the negative zone. But I am you know, I really do give snaps to Claire mccaskill and what was the other one? I that McCaw school lost her seats because she's didn't she voted against brat. Brad kavanagh. She wasn't going to vote for his confirmation. She knew she knew she's a democrat. Yeah. So Claire mccaskill was a democrat who lost her seat to Josh how Holly and there was another democratic because she's in what was that? She is in Missouri and was read she her and another Senator were in on. Heidi Heitkamp Hearn, Heidi Heitkamp, or in Trump territory that they're Trump supporter that Trump people were not gonna vote for for them. But they've they stuck with their conscience. They knew that voting for Brett Cavanaugh was not the right thing to do. And they knew that was gonna cost them the election. And they give them the I give them all the snaps for doing that. Because that's called integrity. Yep. Yeah. And that's what they get to make sure that they have stops a bummer of bummer that their electorate turned on them for that. But that's also that's how democracy works then on it is I know it is we're at such a fascinating point in history right now. And I feel like because we won the House Democrats won the house back, and so many women of color, people of color LGBTQ people. I feel like. I I'm not I still I have hope right now, which is good. But it's very tenuous, and it's a different kind. If you look like two years ago where we were it was like building up from nothing. Totally. We were imagining what do what it going to be? It was different. And now it's like we have ten we've got skin in the game. You know, it's not a tangible. We've got and we just have to you know, sort of keep working this actually, I would like to actually sort of pivot like what does this mean sort of moving forward? And I say something that I think is controversial. So in this pains me I already had my morning for this. Do the this election does say though, because of the losses of Beto and. Well, we don't know where Stacy Iran's is. But with Andrew gillum, these rockstar outsider, very young, vibrant. Yeah. By nordea. I do think that this actually put a nail. I don't think that you're gonna have a commonly Harris twenty twenty that. And I did not want this to be true white men's votes. Still matter. This country's racist. It's not right. We're so casual. Well, how can you not? It's literally just like the sky has blue this country's racists..
Takeaways from the Midterm Election
"Here's the Democrats got control of the house of representatives. And that's a win for the Democrats. The Republicans gained seats in the United States Senate could be as many as fifty five that is also a win for the Republicans and a win for the president because he ultimate firewall in. Any of these issues is the United States Senate? That's the cooling off point. They used to call it. And that's how I view it. So the Democrats won the house the state wide races tended to go to the Republicans. The Democrats picked up some governorships as well. And the twenty twenty campaign starts, that's how I view, but I'm gonna I'm gonna go right around the horn here and kind of get everybody's you'll start with. What is your takeaway from last night number one? The Republicans gained seats in the Senate. What does that mean, it means that judicial? Appointments will move forward under this administration. In other words, the president will be able to appoint and confirm judges who believe in the rule of law believe in the constitution that will indeed be his enduring legacy. Number two. There's a challenge that awaits democratic leadership in the house will they work with the president on bipartisan issues, which advance the interest of working and middle class Americans. Or will they focus on opposition? And investigations that question is yet to be answered. Well, and also Jay you're going around the horn, if a president and the president can can issue executive orders, and they can be changed by the next president legislation enacted by congress can also be changed. But judges have lifetime influence over the United States of America. He already has eighty four judges that have been approved during his first two years. A lot more needs to be approved. If you had to have one chamber of the congress that you have control over it needs to be the Senate. He did that and the Republicans have actually increased their majority in the Senate that will be the most significant thing to ensure an effective presidency of the next two years. So Jordan Republicans beat Bill Nelson. Republicans beat Joe Donnelly, they beat Claire mccaskill they beat Heidi. Heitkamp might be Jon tester. That race is still ten percent out tester has a thousand volt leader. So I mean, so again, those four all voted against Brett caviar all four try to play to the middle and try to act like moderates. And they're the people there states have said, no, we don't buy that. And by the way, your votes show, it clever can even tried to say, I'm not one of those crazy Democrats Sopher. She votes always against always against everything that would be considered even moderately conservative. So I think again, it was a great night's statewide for governor a for a lot of governors races. Well, Democrats did well and some other governors racist. But I will say that there's still more Republican governors in the country twenty-seven, then there are democrat governors. So you have a state advantage there of who is leading or states. It is Republican governors. I think the house. Yes, it could it could have gone better for Republicans. I think the president's right? There are a lot of Republicans that are going home that never fully embraced President Trump. And the kind of cleared them out of the house, and these are all up for real unlike the Senate these are all up for reelection in twenty twenty when President Trump is back on the fan Bennett. So legislation. It was always going to be partisan like the tax cuts. It was important to get that done in the first two years. They did it. Now, they're going to have to shift on legislation to things that are more bipartisan. I think the president's well positioned to do that the two additional items think about how much easier it would be to fill a supreme court vacancy with fifty four or fifty five Senate seats than with fifty one in the final point. I would make the most important power for continuing your draw down the regulatory burden on US companies that exist
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on Here & Now
"Of the Senate races. That are so tight we'll Heidi Heitkamp to hold onto her Senate seat in North Dakota. And then there's the Texas Senate race between the Republican incumbent. Ted Cruz the challenger of the democratic congressman bit betta aerobic. Both on CBS is sixty minutes last night, and cruise defended him people have criticized him for being such a critic of President Trump because President Trump so vilified him and his father and his wife during the two thousand sixteen campaign, and he defended cozying up to Trump now. Listen, I. I don't apologize for for not being self centered and pounding my foot and refusing to work with the president. I'm going to do my job for the people of Texas. Well on the other hand, you have political writing the Aurora blue this campaign. It's not even you know election day yet, but he blew it because he did too many national issues like impeachment and didn't focus on the local issue so away in there. How do you see this race? This race has been really fascinates captivated a lot of people across the country. One of the things we're seeing is that early voting numbers turn out is really high in Texas in the final in the final days. More than four point eight million ballots were cast during early voting and that guy surpasses the total turn out of the twenty fourteen midterms. So we do know that people are paying attention. They'll be curious to see what the returns are across the state as crews hold his last rally Monday near Houston in over work is going to be finishing out in L Paso, and he on the strip that took him through each of taxes two hundred and fifty four counties we interviewed to work a couple months ago. While we were in Texas and asked him about that issue of impeachment. And I believe what he said was that he wanted to wait until after the Muller investigation came out to make that determination, but he wasn't against it in principle, which is the line that I it sounds like a lot of Democrats have been trying to take this election season. They don't want to talk about it..
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on KTOK
"I they caught Bredesen's and his team purposely thinking that they can lie to the people Tennessee, and they did the same thing with Claire mccaskill and her team. Now, we will exclusively break tonight nine eastern of video as it relates to Heidi Heitkamp Mel actually, I'm not saying that a prominent North Dakota lawmaker that'll rock the midterm elections. You know, it's amazing. What these tapes are showing it is showing Democrats cannot be honest with who they are what they believe what they will support what they will do and they are with contempt and hatred. Their teams them in their teams are behind the scenes thinking, the people that vote for them are ignorant. Thinking that they can be manipulated. And that they're just saying things to get elected that would be Bredesen's in Tennessee. That's mccaskill in Missouri. That's Kristen cinema in Arizona and Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota. And by the way, they're just the ones that got caught. But, you know, think of what think of what Democrats have said Peter strucks, I we can smell them smelly WalMart voters in. What did what did Joe Biden say recently about Trump voters amount of number of these people are the dregs of society? And then Obama bitter people in Pennsylvania that cling to their God, guns and religion. And of course, there's the irredeemable deplorable comments, I Hillary and much more. That's what Democrats think of anybody. They disagree with Keith Ellison, by the way is now trailing in the race for Minnesota attorney general we'll get to that. According to. ABC news Republicans are outpacing Democrats in early voting. I'm not paying attention to any of these predictions. I'm handing the power to you and trying to let you know, what's at stake. That's market. Copy creek is a full service retirement community.
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on KTRH
"As we roll along, Sean Hannity show Project, Veritas strikes, again, I they caught Bredesen's and his team purposely thinking that they can lie to the people Tennessee, and they did the same thing with Claire mccaskill and her team. Now, we will exclusively break tonight nine eastern of video as it relates to Heidi Heitkamp Mel actually, I'm not saying that a prominent North Dakota lawmaker that'll rock the midterm elections. You know, it's amazing. What these tapes are showing it is showing Democrats cannot be honest with who they are what they believe what they will support what they will do and they are with contempt and hatred. Their teams them in their teams are behind the scenes thinking, the people that vote for them are ignorant. Thinking that they can be manipulated. And that they're just saying things to get elected. That would be reticent in Tennessee. That's my Kaskel in Missouri. That's Kristen cinema in Arizona. And Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota. And by the way, they're just the ones that got caught. But, you know, think of what I think what Democrats have said Peter strucks, I we can smell them smelly WalMart voters in. What did what did Joe Biden say recently about Trump voters amount of number of these people are the dregs of society? And then Obama bitter people in Pennsylvania that cling to their God, guns and religion. And of course, there's the irredeemable deplorable comments a Hillary and much more. That's what Democrats think of anybody. They disagree with Keith Ellison, by the way is now trailing in the race for Minnesota attorney general we'll get to that. According to NBC, news, Republicans are outpacing Democrats in early voting. I'm not paying attention to any of these predictions. I'm handing the power to you and trying to let you know, what's at stake..
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I they caught Bredesen's and his team purposely thinking that they can lie to the people Tennessee, and they did the same thing with Claire mccaskill and her team. Now, we will exclusively break tonight nine eastern of video as it relates to Heidi Heitkamp now, actually, I'm not saying that a prominent North Dakota lawmaker that'll rock the midterm elections. You know, it's amazing. What these tapes are showing it is showing Democrats cannot be honest with who they are what they believe what they will support what they will do and they are with contempt and hatred. Their teams them and their teams are behind the scenes thinking, the people that vote for them are ignorant thinking that they can be. Manipulated? And that they're just saying things to get elected that would be Bredesen's in Tennessee. That's mccaskill in Missouri. That's Kristen cinema in Arizona and Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota. And by the way, they're just the ones that got caught what, you know, think of what think of what Democrats have said Peter Struck. I can smell them smelly. Walmart voters. What did what did Joe Biden say recently about Trump voters amount of number of these people are the dregs of society? And then Obama bitter people in Pennsylvania that cling to their God, guns and religion. And of course, there's the irredeemable deplorable comments, I Hillary and much more. That's what Democrats think of anybody. They disagree with Keith Ellison, by the way is now trailing in the race for Minnesota attorney general we'll get to that. According to NBC, news, Republicans are outpacing. Democrats in early voting. I'm not paying attention to any of these predictions. I'm handing the power to you and trying to let you know, what's at stake..
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Again, I they caught Bredesen's and his team purposely thinking that they can lie to the people Tennessee, and they did the same thing with Claire mccaskill and her team. Now, we will exclusively break tonight nine eastern of video as it relates to Heidi Heitkamp now, actually, I'm not saying that a prominent North Dakota lawmaker that'll rock the midterm elections. You know, it's amazing. What these tapes are showing it is showing Democrats cannot be honest with who they are what they believe what they will support what they will do and they are with contempt and hatred. Their teams them in their teams are behind the scenes thinking, the people that vote for them are ignorant. Thinking that they can be manipulated. And that they're just saying things to get elected that would be Bredesen's in Tennessee. That's mccaskill in Missouri. That's Kristen cinema in Arizona and Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota. And by the way, they're just the ones that got caught. But, you know, think of what think of what Democrats have said Peter strucks, I we can smell them smelly WalMart voters in. What did what did Joe Biden say recently about Trump voters amount of number of these people are the dregs of society? And then Obama bitter people in Pennsylvania that cling to their God, guns and religion. And of course, there's the irredeemable deplorable comments, I Hillary and much more Democrats think of anybody they disagree with Keith Ellison, by the way is now trailing in the race for Minnesota attorney general we'll get to that. According to them. NBC news Republicans are outpacing Democrats in early voting. I'm not paying attention to any of these predictions. I'm handing the power to you and trying to let you know, what's at stake..
Talk of entitlement reform takes over as midterms near
"There were not politically, correct. But they've done what needed to be done in order to unleash the animal spirits. Alan greenspan's. Alan Greenspan, Stephanie. It's pretty tough to argue with him. Are you sure he said he loves the Trump tax cuts or you gotta sit there constructive. Now. He loved he loved it. They were politically incorrect. Now, what he doesn't love is that we haven't done entitlement reform to accompany them. I wanna you know, it's coming to that. But he loves the Trump tax cuts one of the things about entitlement reform that we need is it surprises me the young people. Don't get more engaged on the entitlement reform ya you know, they sort of latch onto issues that are very very popular in the news. Entitlement reform or something I think people should really care about. Listen, the issue with the tax cut is it's a clear positive for corporate America. The tax code as it was far too complicated. But the amount of taxes that they cut you could ask Jamie Dimon. He will say, listen, I'm glad we got the tax cut. We didn't need it to be as much as it is because we are facing a massive deficit, and as far as the tax cut goes we're seeing corporations do so well two weeks ago. I the business council summit there hasn't been a hundred fortune five hundred there tickled pink, and they're saying they're spending there investing hiring and even without the tax cuts. Deregulation has been a huge positive for corporate America because remember in the Obama administration. It was not a pro business administration. And even if companies weren't faced with new taxes, the threat of regulations of threat more could be coming down the pike was preventing companies from spending. You're definitely seeing corporate America in a very good place book at the stock market one of the reasons the stock market is doing so. Well, suddenly. Corporations have twice as much cash on the books. So it is a positive obviously have a very tight labor market time to see wages push up more than they have this far. So Stephanie role year in the second bluest bubble in America. I always think that silicon valley's a bluer bubble the Manhattan, but I just had Marsha Blackburn on she's had a nineteen point swing in her direction over two weeks, Heidi Heitkamp has fallen apart. And she did a pratfall releasing the name of abuse survivors against their will yesterday that is blowing up. You've got mic. Sally surging ahead of cinema. Do you sense that the blue tide is a thing of the past? And that in fact, we're looking at it read time, I've talked about this a lot. I've never seen a massive Blue Wave coming thing that distresses me isn't are we going massive, bluer massive read the thing that distresses me is the hollowing out of the center on both sides. That is what I think is the most concerning and I think we're seeing it in both parties. Did you read David Brooks piece yesterday about the eight percent on the left? China today. Oh, are you really? Because that is that's the most interesting thing. But the noise comes from those two groups, that's the note, and by the way, our cable channels both left and right that noise. I don't know how we're ever going to break out of this you you are one hundred percent, correct. On a us. An example for you on Monday when I woke up I wasn't on TV. I heard what not the media thought of what Hillary Clinton said on Monday on Sunday about her husband, and Monica Lewinsky. Okay, saying it was not an abusive power. So I said via Twitter take something clear what the president of the United States has a sexual encounter with an intern. It doesn't matter how she behaved, blah, blah, blah. That's an abusive pallet. I'm not saying I'm not saying it's a soft. It is an abuse of power. When I tell you, Hugh, I got a nihil lead on Twitter, and I should hold on a second. Because of course, I've wanted what about Trump what about companies both things can be true abuse. Power is not unique to one industry wants sport, one one nation or one political party. But the tribalism we are seeing the absolute forgiveness of one side and an assault of another. Stop. It's unreasonable. It is going to be very difficult to break away from the profit motive of super serving the six in the eight percent. But I'm glad you're doing the David. That's what that's why I watched up and he going do the David Brooks. Brooks column is the smartest thing I've read in ages. Hey, man payments. Definitely real good to talk to you s rule on Twitter American, of course on MSNBC. Don't go anywhere. I'm coming right back America time to keep talking about these midterms. The red tide is coming everything
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"I mean, if you're a democratic candidate, you know, you're you're, you're Barack Obama. You're running in North Dakota. It's a race. It's not going to be all that close. You're not gonna lose in the end. It's probably still nice to get really huge concentrations of democratic votes in majority native American parts of the state. But if you're Heidi Heitkamp and you know, it's not going to be a blow out, you're running a race that is close that you might actually have a chance to win if you are in a race that is as tight as that Senate race was in two thousand twelve, those couple of deep, deep, deep, blue counties. Those aren't just nice. Those are just heartwarming. That's how you win, right? It's a state wide race. You get votes wherever you can chase them all across the street. You try to appeal to as wide a group of North Dakota's as you can. But in particular, it's absolutely crucial in a close race that you turn out the voters who you know are going to vote for you an incredibly strong concentrations, right? If there's any place in your state, you're. The democrat candidate. I don't care who you are. If there's some place in your state where you know you're going to get more than seventy percent of the vote in that county, you have to turn out the voters in that county. And Heidi Heitkamp did in two thousand twelve and strong native American support for Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota is a big reason why right now there's a democratic held US Senate seat from that red state. And the closeness of Heitkamp's last race. The crucial support that she got from eight of American voters that did not escape notice among Republicans and in particular among Republicans who are now making decisions about who's gonna be allowed to vote this next time and who might find it exceedingly difficult to vote this next time. And you may be noticing a sort of theme these days in the news, right? We're twenty two days out from the midterm elections. As of right now, late last week, we reported a story out of Waller county, Texas. Waller county is a county that's about seventy percent white, but it's also home to a historically black college purview AM where the student body is over eighty percent black. Under constitutional law under crystal clear supreme court precedent college. Students are allowed to vote wherever they live, which includes if they live at college prairie view, am. Students can vote in Waller county, Texas. Nevertheless, Waller county Texas keeps coming up with new ways to try to keep students at that college from voting new hurdles, new obstacles for those students to make it harder for them to vote over decades students at purview in that had to fight for their right to vote fight for their ability to vote year after year. Election after election after election after election this year, that perennial fight incredibly included this year. The county arresting the field director for a local democratic congressional candidate. When that field director went to the Waller county courthouse to hand over a letter advocating for the voting rights of the students at that college that they should be allowed to vote without hassle. They arrested the guy after he after the officers asked him what the party. Affiliation was of his candidate. He told them democrat, they arrested him. We told that story here on the show last week. Then Friday night after much gnashing of teeth and renting of garments Friday night, the Texas secretary of state local county officials finally announced the okay, okay. The students at prairie view AM will be allowed to vote this year like everybody else, no strings attached, no extra hurdles, no supplemental paperwork that they have to fill out to satisfy the county that they are indeed allowed to vote. So we reported on that fight and that win in that fight. Last week. We've also been reporting over the last few days on the situation in the great state of Georgia where the Republican secretary of state amend named Brian Kemp has made it his mission to rip up the voter rolls as aggressively as possible over the last few years in in preparation for his own election campaign for governor this year for context here the last.
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At home and fallout from the months-long controversy over now Justice Brett Kavanagh's confirmation process with tamra Keith NPR and Shawna Thomas of vice news Hello to both of you. It's politics Monday. Alright Tam it seems like they Brett cavenaugh thing went on for months in truth. It was only what a month or two. But what is the poll? Can we tell right now what the political fallout from it? Maybe. I think it's hard to know. Right. This second. What we do know is that in the midst of it PBS NewsHour and had a poll and over the course of a week. There was a dramatic shift among Republicans in terms of the energy that they had heading into the midterm elections. Now does that energy and enthusiasm? Hold for the next couple of weeks unclear. You know, the the emotion of happiness is generally, not a sticky or as strong as the emotion of rage and outrage, but one interesting thing that I saw developed by I traveled with the president this weekend to his rally in Kansas, and he very quickly turned this not to be a celebration of confirming Brad Kavanagh, but going on the attack against Democrats for what they did in this process. He he very quickly turned it into his base against the angry mob is he called the Democrats Shawna, which suggests that he thinks that's the effective way to to use this well to show that he he actually got a win out of this. And that if you give him more Republicans he will continue to get wins. But I think this angry mob construction, I think Mitch McConnell used similar words on Saturday. After the vote is a troublesome one for the Republicans because the women who are on the hell, we saw these protests. There was rage. It was about Cavanaugh. But it was also about something bigger. It was about their bodies. It was about violation. It was about the ability to have some kind of power in this situation. And I think if you dismiss that or belittle it or think it's going to go away that is something especially I think house women running for the house will try to us. So we may see a direct oppositional configuration if you will of this this mob description that the president came up with President Trump on Air Force One was asked what message do you have for the women that are devastated by this outcome after Brad Kavanagh was was accused of sexual assault. And President Trump said, I don't think there are women who are devastated. I don't think that exists now President Trump might be talking to different women then than we are. And and he is just dismissing it out of hand that probably works just fine with his base. But you know, as as I talked about before in that poll Republican enthusiasm jumped to get close to where democratic enthusiasm and the enthusiasm of female voters who have been. Riled up and angry and frustrated ever since two thousand sixteen and not just frustrated but volunteering and donating and running for off exactly and that running for office point. And the thing is there are lots more women running for office this time it's going to be a historic election. But a lot of those women are on the democratic side. And people have looked at the numbers. There's just not as many Republican women who are running for the first time, if they're democratic women they had the energy, they have the energy, and you're going to give them the chance to have a vote against Cavanaugh that's against Trump. And that is against this feeling that you are not taking them. Seriously, democratic women who are running you're going to take advantage of that. Tammy you mentioned a poll. There's there is a poll that shows, and we talked about this last week to some extent. But that shows yes, Democrats are still ahead. Among for many of these house races that are in play this year. But that the dynamics there are changing a little bit. Yeah. And you're talking about the Washington Post that is out today and. In some ways. It's a battleground poll, it looks at the map of of the districts that are competitive, and it says that there are a lot of very close races in this relatively large house map of districts that are competitive. Most of those tight races close races are in in districts that President Trump one President Trump won those districts in many cases by a large margin. And the fact that they're close is giving Democrats. Reason to to feel comfortable and that we've seen that coming Shawna, haven't we? I mean, the the house these house races that are in play tend to be in places where Democrats feel more comfortable, exactly. I mean, a lot of the ones that the that the Dietrich will see the democratic congressional campaign committee is targeting our house races. Where there is a Republican who is currently in the seat, but Hillary Clinton won that district in two thousand sixteen election. So that gives them reason to believe that there are Democrats who are up for grabs who could come and vote if they can convince them and get them out the Senate on the other hand, and we've talked about this tamra is that is such that a lot of these states that are in play Republicans there. They're red states there states where Donald Trump did very well, Democrats are worried, right? So whereas on the house side, it's a map that is pretty good for Democrats on the Senate side. It is a historically terrible map for Democrats heading into this. The fact that they even think that there is a margin. Chance that they could come out ahead is is a sign that this is a unique year. But you you went to North Dakota, and and did some reporting there that's a state where you know, if Democrats have any hope of taking back the Senate, they really need to hang on to North Dakota, and and Heidi Heitkamp in public. Polling is significantly behind at the moment issuing she's behind. You're in West Virginia. Shauna. Joe manchin. Had a tough race. It's a very very Republican pro-trump state. What is it looking like? Well, it looks like we did a focus group in West Virginia Friday night, it will air tomorrow night and vice news tonight, and one of the things we saw word that some of these people who we considered sort of swing conservative Democrats. They seemed to like the fact that Joe Manchin was the lone democrat who voted for Brad Kavanagh, they thought it was him representing what they want and these are people who voted for Trump, but also support mansion, and it seemed in this was an unscientific focus group. It was twelve people. But it seemed that if mansion was trying to connect to the people who would vote for him. He probably did it pretty well. And the Democrats were in the group aren't gonna vote for the Republican. Well, and and it is a state by state thing as you mentioned, Heidi Heitkamp, and she voted against judge Cavin on it's one of the things factors in. But for now, it's politics, Monday tamra. Shana thomas. Thank you both. And as mentioned that report on my trip to North Dakota this weekend, we're going to have that tomorrow night. A look at the Heidi Heitkamp Kevin Kramer race. As we've been reporting addressing.
Brett Cavanaugh, Senator Heidi Heitkamp and Supreme Court discussed on KNX Programming
"We look at everything we cast a very broad net to see what's out there. Some won't says a crash is the most deadly transportation accidents in this country since February of two thousand nine a day after Brett Cavanaugh officially became a Justice of the supreme court. There is still plenty of bitterness over the long off an ugly battle over his confirmation. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell told CBS's face the nation. He thinks getting cavenaugh onto the court marked not only a big political win, but a moral victory too. I think we were able to establish it. The presumption of innocence is still important in this country. And that the Senate is not going to be intimidated by these kinds of topics democratic North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp says she just couldn't bring herself to vote for cavenaugh given all the questions about him that were raised or the confirmation process for me. It does not appear that he's he's somebody who should be given a lifetime appointment to the most important court in the world. Her comments came in an interview for CBS's, sixty minutes. The third woman to accuse Brad Kavanagh of sexual misconduct says she's outraged by how her allegations were handled. Julie sweat Nick released her statement through her lawyer, she says she feels like she's been re victimized over the past two weeks after having the courage to come forward. Her allegations included that Cavanaugh was present at a high school party where she was victim of a gang rape Cavanaugh called her claims a complete
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Like even from the beginning where we're Republicans were saying, well, do we don't we need an investigation or what exactly who exactly is the right person to ask questions of Christine glossy Ford, but it never actually mattered what Kavanagh did or didn't do. I don't think that's true. Really Murkowski may have had some issues with voting for Cavanaugh prior to this, but I think Collins would. I mean, I don't know. Colin skill may vote for her but the for him. But you're saying that her vote would be based on what she genuinely believes happened. Thirty years ago. We're just political viability. I don't think any of them give a crap about what specifically happened one way or another. It is right. What do they think is going to. With the public revelations, how is that going to interact with their constituents? Exactly. Will it hurt them? And so the cabinet stuff does make a difference. One way or another. If if it had been. If Blasi Ford had come forward and been far less compelling, I think than Kevin, I would be fine right now. He's still may be ultimately, but it had had. I don't know what cabinet could have done worse, but maybe there. I mean, if there had been another allegation that came out this week that was more prominent or maybe if you know. If. Mike, Mark judge had said, yeah, it's true, right? I think that would have changed things without a doubt. So. You know, I think these things matter not because of the way that they influence the politician in their mind and their sentiment. Although I think Heidi Heitkamp we should note this. It is clear this cavenaugh thing has hurt her. Yeah. And. I think she, I think for her a largely, it was a personal measure. If she may feel that she's going to lose this election anyways and which makes the decision more about like how she wants to go out. Although I think there's also argument, it's going to be interesting to see. With the cabinet hearing behind her right? If if the Republicans vote against cabinet, ultimately Collins and Murkowski who bring cabinet down. The pressure's off a Heitkamp if cavenaugh gets in the pressure's off a hike camp. So I think she's going to have another month to reset the campaign, go back to the issue of health care, which was working for her down South Dakota. So I. We'll see. Do you think Trump has stuck with cavenaugh because he just wants to win and he sees having to pick somebody else who he obviously would as losing or do you think it's I don't know if you've been following the really specific legal reasons why he wants Cavanaugh on the court for what's coming up when it comes to presidential power when it comes to, you know, there's a case about the sovereignty of the presidency or a mix of the two. I'm jerk to mix of the two. I think also, you know. It's unlikely, but there's a scenario where they do not. Confirm cavenaugh. The midterms happen, Democrats win. And Jeff flake in. Susan Collins say it's not appropriate to to confirm somebody in the lame duck session. I period between the election in January. Yes. If the, if the if the if the Senate is going to change hands. I think that's a far fetched, but it's but it's possible. It's possible. I mean, like maybe you know. McConnell thinks there's a ten percent chance of that happening. It's dangerous and why I don't want to go there, but even then doesn't Trump get his pick after January. Like we'll, we'll Democrats, actually, I mean, I know online people say, if that happens, Democrats should say, we're going to do what you guys did to garland, but they're not going to do it. Hey, I'm not sure that they wouldn't do that, but they certainly could say that in get a pick that is not on that list of the Heritage Foundation that may be. I mean, the idea that they wouldn't use their leverage at all seems even for Democrats, likely, unlikely. I mean. They still got to win an election. Two years from January or at that point, twenty months away. So I, that would be stunning to say, oh, well, yeah, we'll now will now we will be the ones to confirm Kevin. I don't think that's not happening. So. I, I think there's just too many different. I mean, who knows why Donald Trump wants us, I think on some level it's also he doesn't want cabinet to go down for this reason..
The National Council of Churches makes a rare statement to oppose Kavanaugh
"And groups like the national council of churches opposing his nomination. Judge Brett Kavanagh's making a final pitch for GOP senators weighing his confirmation in an op Ed in the Wall Street Journal cabinet, right? There were a few things he should not have said during the committee hearing he says going forward he can be counted on to remain hardworking even keeled open minded, independent and dedicated to the constitution and the public. Good Senate leaders are about to take a pivotal preliminary vote on the controversial nomination. Jackie Quinn, Washington. Citing her concerns about Canada's temperament honesty and impartiality following his combative appearance before the Senate Judiciary committee, North Dakota democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp came off the fence to say she will vote against the nomination. Former supreme court Justice John Paul Stevens says he wants supported Kavanagh's nomination, but doesn't now. Ninety eight year old retired Justice suggests cavenaugh lacks the temperament for the lifetime. Appointment. Demonstrated a potential bias involving enough potential litigants he before the court that he would not be able to perform full full responsibilities. The
Amy Schumer arrested at Kavanaugh protest in D.C.
"Actress Amy Schumer was among scores of people arrested during a protest of supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh at a Senate office building a confirmation vote is expected Saturday an endangered North Dakota Democrat Heidi Heitkamp plans to vote. No, we aren't in that kind of situation. But I do think that in several instances there was problems with this testimony based on the facts, as we know Democrats called the FBI report on Cavanaugh, a sham a whitewash and a cover up CBS has Bill Rakoff Republicans like Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley say they saw no corroborating evidence in the F B I background report on Brad Kavanagh that would back up Christine Blasi Ford's accusation that he sexually assaulted her in one thousand nine hundred eighty two house party Grassley angrily slammed Democrats for very nearly destroying cavenaugh in his words and seriously damaging the credibility of the Senate as an
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Democrat Heidi Heitkamp plans to vote. No, we aren't in that kind of situation. But I do think that in several instances there was problems with this testimony based on the facts, as we know Democrats called the FBI report on Cavanaugh a sham a whitewash uncover-up CBS Bill Rakoff Republicans like Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley, say they saw no corroborating evidence in the FBI background report on Brad Kavanagh that would back up Christine Blasi Ford's accusation that he sexually assaulted her in one thousand nine hundred eighty two house party Grassley angrily slammed Democrats for very nearly destroying Cavanaugh in his words and seriously damaging the credibility of the Senate as an institution in the process police in Florence county, South Carolina continue to process. The crime scene were a Vietnam veteran and disbarred lawyer allegedly shot seven law enforcement officers killing one police chief Alan Hyde lower paid tribute to officer Terrance car way, and the other officers who were wounded two cops put their badges on every single day. And they know what tragedy could await them the kiss their wives that kissed her husband's a kiss their significant others with the thought that they're going to return, but they're going to protect the city. They're going to protect the public apple and Amazon are denying a Bloomberg report that their data center equipment was targeted by militias. Computer chips inserted by Chinese intelligence scene. Nets insure unclear how many of these chips actually got into apple Ramezan or how many of these servers are affected. That's one of the things. We don't know. The report said Chinese spies had placed the chips inside equipment used by about thirty companies and some US government agencies. A new study found women who took low dose aspirin had a. Twenty three percent reduced risk of getting ovarian cancer compared to women who did not take aspirin study co author Shelley to Roger we hope that this will open up a conversation for.
Kavanaugh tells senators he will not withdraw nomination
"Whatever she has to say, let him say what he has to say. And at the end, the the senators will make a choice, President Trump laying out the basics for Thursday. Senate Judiciary committee hearing judge Brad Kavanagh on his accuser, Christine, Blasi Ford will testify senators. Let's get the latest now from ABC's. Karen Travers from the White House. Good morning. Karen, good morning. So. This all got pretty much finalized yesterday. Didn't it with her attorneys weighing in? Yeah. You know, the details are that'll be ten AM eastern time on Thursday, she'll testify first Cavanaugh would go after that. She is requested in her lawyers have requested that the committee. Call other witnesses, including Mark judge the man who she says was present for this who he has no recollection of it. It doesn't look like that's going to happen. The Republican committee members have certainly made clear the moving forward with these two witnesses the other issue that is unresolved from the Christine Blasi Ford end of things is whether or not it will be the Republican senators asking the questions of her all of them are male. Her lawyers have said that they believed that the senators have been dismissive of her story, and they want them to ask the questions, but there certainly been rumblings of outside counsel coming in to do it instead of them. Yeah. That's interesting chess match because I would have thought she would have wanted. Maybe what they offered a female attorney on the Senate side to question. But she says, no, she wants those senators to ask Kansas more complicated. Now in light of this. Accusation from Denver Ramirez who has Colorado ties. Yeah, it is in some ways because you have Diane Feinstein the ranking democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee calling for an immediate postponement of any further proceedings as she puts it related to the nomination of Brett Cavanaugh that could of course, include Thursdays, very intimidated testimony from Christine Blasi Ford and Cavanaugh himself. She is asking that this new allegation. Brought by Deborah Ramirez. Published yesterday in the New Yorker be referred to the FBI for investigation. They also the Democrats have been pushing for that for Christine Blasi Ford's allegation and the Republicans. I have not made those same calls. We know. Of course, the president has said he's not asking the FBI to do that. He thinks that it's just not what they're going to be moving forward on. Do you get a sense of if this accuser, the first accuser testified today, which way this the Senate panel would go I can't say at this point? I think a lot of very key votes are holding things close to the vest till they see exactly what she said. Says even the president last week was saying, you know, if she makes a credible case he would have to make a decision that was certainly caught a lot of people's years here in Washington. But right now, there's no rumblings that he's considering moving down his list that he had when he first was considering judge Cavanaugh earlier this summer this confirmation went from using the sports parlance to a slam dunk to a layup. Maybe a free throw. Now, it's getting like to the realm of a three point line. And I understand there's kind of seven senators that are somewhat hedging their bets at this point. Yeah. And you know, they're the senators that everybody has been focusing on even before all of this came out. What is Susan Collins going to do what is Lisa Murkowski going to do what are those senators the Democrats who are from red states who are up for reelection? Joe Manchin, Joe Donnelly, Heidi Heitkamp, those are the ones everybody's been keeping an eye on. And you know, I think everybody's just waiting to see how this plays out over the next three days. It's going to be very busy in Washington. This sure is thanks for laying. It all out for us. We
Boyz II Men Sends the Internet into Overdrive with 'Sexy' NFL National Anthem Performance
"Crazy while Nike's new Colin capper, Nick, add got all the pre-game press. It was the group that sang the national anthem that Seth the internet on fire the NFL season opener in Philly. After hometown boys to men sang the star spangled banner. The Twitter verse was unanimous cappella singers should be there to perform it every game. One user even daring to say it was better than Whitney Houston's version at the Super Bowl in one thousand nine hundred ninety one not one player seen taking
John Tucker, US and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Lisa Abramowicz. This morning Tom Kaine on vacation, I'm Jonathan Farrow two as away from the opening bell. Let's get you updated on the news you need to know this hour in sixty minutes from now, we get the aug jumps report,
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"And so we're seeing this retreat and this this migration of people ought to rural America. We've gotta get broadband services which could be a multiplier in the healthcare space as well. We have got to do everything we can to identify what are the critical healthcare needs that we expect to achieve within proximity and how do we do that and pay for it so that we can maintain a provider network. And that's the challenge in rural healthcare. And that's the challenge I've been talking to CMS about. I think that's the challenge that I talked to. To my providers all the time about, you know, it's interesting I I've met with our healthcare North Dakota hospital sociation and I said, look, I'll work on forty fi. You know, I'll work on all these issues. I'll work on three forty b. all work on physician supervision. I'll work on critical access and you know, we've got our list standard lists. They come in all the time. These are things that we absolutely have to maintain to provide services. I said, look up, what does your delivery system look like in twenty years? How are we going to be able to afford that? In twenty years? How are we going to maintain a provider network without certainty of reimbursement? You can't maintain a provider network and North Dakota medical association, and our our medical school under the able and very capable leadership of Josh win. Our dean who's a cardiologists has really begin to address the workforce challenges in rural America because this is this is the other side of the coin, which has reimbursements, but you've gotta have workforce. You you, you aren't going to get workforce without a reimbursement system that allows people to make a living. You mentioned that your husband is a physician. How often do the two of you disagree on issues? He's much more liberal on healthcare issues. I do have to tell you about. Yeah, you know he would. He would go to a single payer system and and I think that's not politically practical, and I think that we might lose a lot of innovation if we do that, then that leads into my last question. You're a democrat President Trump when your state by more than thirty points or running for re-election. You agree with the president on some things, disagree on others. That's how the Senate was intended. There aren't many of you left though. How can we get more Heidi Heitkamp's who are in the middle of the road? Is that even possible anymore? I always said if people who are listening can think of a visual. I talk about when I when I first came to politics ideology, the political spectrum was like a bow, tie in big, not in the middle, lots of moderates, but fanning out to more ideological, you know, polls Senator is is user hands to make a bow, tie a bow, tie. I now it's a dumbbell and I, I don't mean that ironically, but. But you've got huge ideologies on either side and then this this, this thin bar of moderates that connect the two. And you know we until we build on that base of moderates we will not achieve results because it will be ideological driven. I have. I have a back feeling picking up that big dumbbell. Well, well, I always tell people there was a study done once I was fiftieth most conservative in the forty ninth most liberal. So you know, kind of meet in the middle. That's a big win for you. Well, I, I mean that but but what I, what I tell people is check your ideology at the door and bring facts and data. And then let's start looking at. Here's a great example in healthcare, there's an incredible amount of innovation that's happening in the self insurance area. These major corporations are greatly reducing their healthcare costs by managing their workforce and the healthcare of their workforce and really innovative and creative ways, and it's driving down their healthcare costs smart for them. They have a captive audience obviously, and and they have the flexibility because they're going to self insurance programs. Meyer agreement is what have they learned and how can we learn something from them. And if we have one size fits all, are we going to be as innovative as what I mean? I, I really think that we have to be very, very concerned about. Versity and delivery systems because I think once we go to one size fits all, we may miss the kind of innovation that we need to make health care affordable and practical and.
Handful of U.S. senators hold keys to Kavanaugh Supreme Court bid
"Has kept the United States and, Russia part. Let's go live now to a. Status report from ABC news President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin face. To face, with the, press facing a number of number of, questions on Russia's alleged meddling in the US election in a key moment President Trump was asked whether he would, denounce Russia's attempts to influence the election and warned Putin to never do it again Trump instead recasting doubts on whether he believes the. Conclusion of the US intelligence. Community that Russia interfered in. The two thousand sixteen election President Putin he. Just said it's not Russia I. Will say this I don't, see any reason why it would be the. President said well he has great confidence in. His intelligence. People I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today last year the president said he believed in his. Intelligence agencies on this issue over. Putin's denials today statements. Call that into. Question Karen Travers, ABC news traveling with the president in Helsinki Putin also called. Allegations of collusion with the Trump campaign quote nonsense Mark Remillard ABC news now some Republican senators are criticizing President Trump after his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin South Carolina's Lindsey Graham tweeted that Trump missed. An opportunity to hold, Russia accountable for meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election Arizona's Jeff flake tweeted that it is shameful that Trump. Would, blame the US for Russia's bad behavior Senate majority whip John Cornyn believes supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh will be confirmed by the Senate Cornyn Texas. Republican said he expects at least. Three Democrats to vote. To confirm cavenaugh to the high court those three senators Joe Manchin, of, West Virginia Joe Donnelly of Indiana and Heidi. Heitkamp of North Dakota helped to confirm you'll Gorsuch last year Cavanagh is widely considered to. Hold views, similar to those, of Gorsuch Rachel Estrada NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h Texas Lieutenant governor Dan.
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"Brad kavanagh brings similar academic experience background and judicial philosophy that i think most people on my side of the aisle will find acceptable on cbs his face the nation the texas republican says he expects at least three democrats to vote to confirm cavanaugh to the high court those three senators senator joe manchin of west virginia joe donnelly of indiana heidi heitkamp north dakota help to confirm neal gorsuch last year who cavanaugh is widely considered to be very similar to congressman adam schiff says the latest round of indictments gives a peek into special counsel robert mueller's investigation trump views putin has his benefactor after all putin intervened these russian military intelligence officers were not acting on their own putin intervene to help trump and trump is nothing if not grateful for that help on cnn's state of the union the california democrat said the indictments show that russian hackers may have stolen emails from the dnc immediately after donald trump publicly asked the russian federation defined hillary clinton's emails schiff another top democrats have been calling for president trump to cancel his upcoming meeting with ladimir putin saying such a meeting would only poorly for the united states authorities from rio rancho new mexico are confirming three people are dead and twenty two have been injured after a tour bus was involved in a four vehicle pileup on interstate twenty five the crash which also involved a semi truck occurred around two thirty sunday morning if you stay twentyfive was closed in both directions for the investigation of virginia man's need for speed is left him without a car a man driving a mclaren seven twenty s was speeding in fairfax county when he crashed the three hundred thousand dollar car into a tree and total it only a day after buying it police say the driver only suffered nonlife threatening injuries fairfax county police department posted a picture of the mangled car facebook urging drivers to slow down or it could cost you and there's a brand new number one film at the weekend box office hotel transylvania three summer vacation or just over forty five million dollars mark mayfield nbc news radio ninety five bull is sacramento's number one.
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Here's news as heather myers with your microclimate forecast temperatures will cool off tomorrow and then another cool down friday into saturday as temperatures countywide dropped to below seasonal averages more clouds in the mix but your fourth of july next wednesday it's looking full of sunshine and warm weather across the county on am seven sixty i'm news as heather myers sunny and sixty nine that's anita's mexico moves on in the world cup despite losing to sweden today three nil s because south korea blanked germany twonil paving the way for mexico to the round of sixteen breadwinner bulls next am seven sixty talk and breaking news it is the breadwinner will show am seven sixty talk and breaking news here's what we got going on as we speak rallies going to kick off in fargo north dakota president trump is there in town he's he's in fargo to stump for heidi heitkamp is that correct is that correct is at the high camp rally heidi heitkamp rally or am i wrong what is it john who's who's he stumping for doing always stop and for nowy anyway i believe it is it is heidi heitkamp highly hi how are we sure do we know we know john do we have any idea do we have the information so it's not it's not having kramer very good you guys i want to write into it's not a heidi heidi heitkamp's the democrat you're right is the no name no brando name oh he's the guy he's campaigning for this all to you breath you leave it all on me i believe don't rely on you when it comes to this stuff it's a dangerous situations it can conrad is a senator condos no clark kent it's not god what are you doing stop.
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Like fifteen thousand banks overall in the united states and now they're fifty six hundred this this is a long term trend doddfrank didn't nothing to change it and this bill might only accelerate it but one area where community banks or thriving is in north dakota and why are community banks thriving in north dakota where there are more community banks per capita than any other state in the unites let's asmat he's from north dakota matt do you know why is it the state bank boom it's because of the state bank that there's a public bank the bank of north dakota which partners with community banks on these lending projects and insurers a good deal of economic activity through these banks and heidi heitkamp the democratic senator from north dakota knows this because she was there and she ended for this bill and she did not include and and she voted for this bill explicitly because she said there's this disaster happening with rural lending but there's not a disaster happening in north dakota with rural lending and she could have brought those that experience in principle to this bill but she did not at all i think we should send matt back to north dakota sit down with heidi heitkamp and explain to the banks in her own state she doesn't know well listen i wanna get to the the ticket monopoly story that you had but i i don't know if we we have time do you have because i know you gotta jumpsuit i got about i got about ten minutes okay all right great so the and so we have that issue that is you've consolidation with the banks there's something is not too far afield in terms of the issue sets i mean the the one of the things one of the reasons why you do not want consolidation in these industries so that you still have servicers supplying services.
Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Idaho, Oregon hold primary elections
"Of the mortgage market is so much safer here than it is globally actually which is strange to say after such a crisis but the structure with people don't pay attention to sometimes well what people is just the type of loan right at thirty you're amortizing mortgage means that you don't have to refinance that mortgage like a commercial loan that's a ten year loan and then you have to refinance it in other countries their interest there floating rate and they have to be refinanced so if interest rates go up the bar where can then you know how trouble meeting their requirements or they'll have to at the end of the term refinance it we don't have those issues so what i think people have lost sight of is relative to other debt markets the housing market is actually structurally one of the safest and without the excesses that we created before i feel like the house the the housing market or the financing for the housing market really should have a safer kind of floor than other markets you gotta run but thank you so much appreciate your time and chief investment officer at gnc investment corp go back to washington check on world and national news headlines you've got nathan hager he hari carol thanks gene hassle appears to be on track now to win senate confirmation to be the next director of the cia democrats mark warner and heidi heitkamp dow say they will vote yes ahead of tomorrow's confirmation vote in the senate intelligence committee now republican john mccain said hassles failure to call torture immoral during her confirmation hearing was disqualifying and that led a white house aide to say mccain's opposition didn't matter because he was dying anyway person who said that should apologize and should apologize public senate majority leader mitch mcconnell after a republican meeting on capitol hill today with president trump mcconnell says the aids comment did not come up during that get together it's primary day in four more states in this midterm election cycle one of them is pennsylvania state president trump narrowly won in two thousand sixteen but now has a new congressional map and a lot more female male candidates centers that if democrats can't do well in pennsylvania that that's going to be really impossible them for them to potentially get a house majority that any kind of significant gains in congress essentially pennsylvania which is usually a battleground state in the presidential is becoming kind of bellwether.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth's 10-day-old daughter Maile Pearl makes her debut on Senate floor
"Allow senator tammy duckworth to bring her infant baby onto the floor the illinois democrat is the first senator to give birth while in office the chamber clearing the resolution by unanimous consent it allows senator duckworth or any other senator to bring a child younger than one year of age onto the floor during votes in this afternoon senator duckworth did just that she was back for her first vote nominate voting against a congressman breitenstein to be the nasa administrator in a statement she said quote the senate is is leading by example and sending the important message that working parents everywhere deserve family friendly workplace policies north dakota democratic senator heidi heitkamp becoming the first democrat to announce that she will support mike pompeo's nomination to be secretary of state but added if he's confirmed i will hold him accountable the senate foreign relations committee will vote on his nomination monday and with opposition from two democrats senator tim kaine of virginia and jeanne shaheen of new hampshire as well as that of republican senator rand paul his nomination is on track to be sent to the full senate without the approval of the committee this would mark the first time this is occurred for a nominee to be secretary of state since nineteen twenty five when the committee votes on the nominees were made public the chair of that committee is bob corker of tennessee our just argue to people here that have someone like mom mike pompeii ho who has served the nation so well this is a person by the way who graduated first in his class in the united states military academy at west point in nineteen eighty six he served as a cavalry officer patrolling the iron curtain before the fall of the berlin wall he also served with the second squadron seventh cavalry in the us army's fourth infantry division after leaving active duty mr pompeo graduated from harvard law school having been editor of the harvard law review mrpresident president sometimes we meet people in life that are just sharper than we are they've had an incredible academic background and i can't even imagine having accomplished some of the things that he's accomplished in life and what i have found and i know you're the same you serve thankfully we appreciate it you served in our military mr president people who typically have served in the.
Heidi Heitkamp is first Democrat to support Mike Pompeo for secretary of state
"People familiar with the matter let's get more on this story nathan hager in our washington dc newsroom big story here in deed carol thanks according to those two people rosenstein told the president last week he's not a target of any part of the muller probe that rosenstein brought the issue up himself during a white house meeting with the president last thursday and the people say that has helped to tamp down the president's desire to remove either rosenstein or muller your call last night's joint news conference with japanese prime minister shinzo obey the president said bozen stein and muller are still on the job and he left it at that one of these people says the president doesn't want to take any action that would further drag out the muller investigation cia director mike pompeo is up for a committee confirmation vote on monday to be the next secretary of state he may have just gotten a big boost with democrat heidi heitkamp now saying she is a yes the first democrat to come out in favor of pompeo white house has been pressuring democrats on the senate foreign relations committee to vote for pompeo's confirmation after revealing that he met with north korean leader kim jong un a few weeks ago in preparation for the president's plan to face to face with the north korean leader global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter it's powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in washington i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg all money managers may seem pretty much the same but while some money managers may recommend high commission investment products fisher investments avoids them some money managers may have hidden and layered fees fisher investments never does and while some money managers are happy to earn commissions from you whether you do well or not fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better in other words we're structured to be on your side maybe that's why most of our clients come to us from other money managers talk with us and find out why so many experienced investors are switching to and staying with fisher investments fisher.
"heidi heitkamp" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Tim plenty announced he would not run for the senate race in minnesota i know there was a lot of hope among republicans he would get in there and a lot of these democrats that the dominica reference these red sea democrats in the senate republicans have had a really hard time recruiting the kind of candidates that they think they need to knock them out another one that comes to mind is heidi heitkamp in north dakota the congressman kevin kramer who republicans are trying to get to recruit to get into that race last week announced he wasn't gonna challenger so i think that also speaks to the climate that we're talking about it feels almost selffulfilling all cycle of yard it's not gonna go well for republicans so republicans say all maybe i'll take a pass on this and then because of that it is a go of a republican same thing with democrats in years like two thousand six in 2010 and democrats glistened they've had a lot of success in recruiting candidates but they've got to worry about primary see they've got to get there can is through these primaries and candidates that can win in swing areas to and so you know democrats there's there's a lot of things that have to absolutely go right but but i think that the house is absolutely in play and when you look at this and when you look at it and i think we're probably somewhere in the range of like eighty to ninety competitive see try and how i don't think we're going to have trouble getting too you know the forty or fifty that we talked about last cycle the senate is a much different ballgame certainly one thing that i would argue is also potentially a factor in some of these republicans opting not to run again and i was wondering this indecember as well is that when they pass that tax legislation for a lot of lawmakers that is the biggest thing they will ever do here for a republican lawmakers right that is the thing that.