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"immigration border security" Discussed on Houston Matters
"But the the data during the covered pandemic is really telling a in the april twenty twenty poll as the pandemic was really surging. We saw republican concern dipped below fifty percent increase about the pandemic Sort of replace it. But that was over a really by the following june and an immigration voice kirti of reasserted themselves. And i think this is rooted in a in a long term Anxiety among some republican constituencies particularly older anglos about changing diversity in the state and the changing up increasing diversity in the state and changing ethnic ethnic composition of the population you also asked respondents about whether they approve of the jobs biden and governor. Abbott have done in relation to immigration and border security. Would you find out there. Well we found is the governor abbots numbers on immigration border security. Look a lot like His overall numbers. So he's you know a couple of he's about three points. Net negative in his overall job. Approval is texans approval of what he's done on immigration border security about the same and they're colored as you would expect by intense partisan polarization but vast majority of republicans disapprove vast. Majority of democrats approve By for an in the and it shows a weakness in in binds political position That were also seen in other in the rest of the country and that the approval numbers of particularly among democrats of the jobs. He's doing on immigration and border security are substantially lower than his overall approval. Now you know. I think you have to immediately follow that up and say that democrats dissatisfaction with with the president's performance on immigration and border security. Very likely for many democrats comes from a different political and philosophical place. I think they're not. There's less concern about republican critiques. In the vita administration is opening up the border the border is porous etc and colored more by humanitarian concerns and kind of overall policy concerns about the intractability of the problem in the lack of attention from the administration. You mentioned that it's sort of the the number one or top. Issue among republicans are large percentage of them What about democrats. The democrats also have a very familiar pattern that nothing dominates the the democratic cognitive landscape on the problems facing the state in among democrats in in the way that that image border security and immigration dominate republicans view so among democrats the top. The top response from about seventeen percent was political corruption in leadership. I think reflective of the long term republican dominance in are increasing partisanship. I was followed by voting rights that was cited by fourteen percent and then lingering concern about the. Kobe bet pandemic among ten among ten percent of democrats. I i noted that your poll finds texans largely split over whether increasing racial and ethnic diversity in the state is a cause for optimism or concern..
"immigration border security" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty six degrees. Partly cloudy in Boston at ten thirty. Good morning. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening. Weeks after the longest government shutdown in history. President Trump called on congress to come together last night. Delivering his state of the union address in front of the joint session asking for compromise and a bipartisan keel, some Democrats say they're skeptical as Mr. Trump has been known for using partisan rhetoric and personal attacks even in the days leading up to that speech. The president last night making his case on several hot button issues, including immigration border security, and the economy CBS's major Garrett has more on the president's agenda for his third year. The president's stuck to its hostile rhetoric about illegal immigration, referencing gangs, drug dealers and human traffickers as threats to American citizens tolerance for illegal immigration is not compassionate. It is actually very cruel funding for a border barrier remains a sticking point with Democrats and full Republicans queasy about another shutdown. Mr. Trump made this vow the proper wall never got built. I will get it built. After the president's speech. The Democrats issued their rebuttal delivered by Stacey Abrams. She was the democratic nominee for governor in Georgia back in the two thousand eighteen election's. She narrowly lost in that race to the States Secretary of state in a contentious race now Abrahams considered to be a rising star in the Democratic Party. She took around tack on unity sang, the president's message is not inclusive for all Americans, even as I am very disappointed by the president's approach to our problems. I still don't want him to fail, but we need him to tell the truth and to respect his duties and respect the extraordinarily diversity that defines America Abrams called the thirty five day partial government shutdown a stunt and she said it was engineered by Mr. Trump for political gain. It's ten thirty two while a DNA test. Did prove Senator Elizabeth Warren has a faint line of native American heritage newly uncovered records show. She used this to where advantage when she was a young lawyer Warren for the first time has apology. This is for identifying herself as native American most recently, it was determined her state bar of Texas, registration identifies her as American Indian political opponents and critics including the president says she used her heritage to advance her academic and political career and last year released a video verifying her ancestry from a DNA test. A fraction native American family history is my family history. Angie has expressed regret to the Cherokee nation. Gary Nunn, CBS news warrants serves as a Senator right now here in Massachusetts. She is also exploring a presidential run in twenty twenty..
"immigration border security" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Program. Josh crafts, our politics editor national journal joins us right now. Josh good morning, sir. Good morning, Vince, the state of the union this evening any predictions for what we'll see from the president of the United States. So this is the one of van that the president likes to deliver a very scripted speech. He loves the choreography and right now, this is a chance for him to offer a political reset of his presidency after government shutdown that was pretty politically damaging for for the White House. Expect to hear the president talk a lot about immigration border security, make make a big pitch again for that border wall funding, and I think you'll also be touting the economy we had a bad December. But a really good January with the fact market and with economic data, and that's something that isn't talked about enough. I think from a lot of people of using the White House that we have had sustained growth with that that one different December trapped this presidency and he's going to be trying to tout his achievement. His economic achievements. When an office, the president says that this is going to be we can expect an address of unity to try to bring the country together. And yet he's going to tout his economic and all those other achievements that he has which is great, which we all know, the Democrats have blocked him on is he going to call the Democrats out on anything that I personally should be. They should be called out on some of the things they need to be called out on what's going to be unique. And perhaps a little bit awkward is sitting behind him on the rostrum tonight is going to be Pelosi Democrats for the first time in his presidency. So, you know, he I don't think he can credibly have the most unifying message as a lot of presidents. Do it even as he's done in the past given how visits the last year has been giving some of his own rhetoric on the subject of immigration border security, and and other issues, but it's going to be complicated. By the fact, that you have the speaker left standing right right right behind him. Whose facial expressions body language is going to be scrutinized as well. And Pelosi's in a little bit of a tricky too because she didn't come. I mean, even those Democrats won the politics by politically speaking, she didn't come out of out of the government shutdown fight any better than she was before and seen as as a partner. She doesn't want to be seen as an obstructionist. So it's going to be very tricky. You don't wanna be sitting down when the president is touting the economic gains over the last couple of years. So the Democrats are going to be in a tricky position to try to not seem like they oppose everything that the president is talking about. Now, let's get going. Do you think he turns around at any point during the speech neither addresses for just kind of gestures to her specifically directly? You know, I kinda doubt it because this is a one time when the president does like to six the teleprompter does like to stick to the choreography. Yeah. That that is going to be the the relationship between Trump and Pelosi for the speech during the speech after the speech. I mean that that's that's where you're going to want to pay attention to. And also, we're we're the newly elected Democrats. You know, there are a lot of a lot of new progressive in that democratic caucus and how they react to some of his more more and more pragmatic proposals in tonight's state of the union. Do you think we'll hear anything about that emergency declaration in the state of the union tonight? That would be a surprise just because there's so much Republican opposition internally to the notion of having a number which could could open up a can't worms and a whole lot of directions. I yeah, I think the White House wants to do it. But Mitch McConnell a lot of rank and file Republican senators are opposed to it. And I would be surprised to see him unveil that that kind of emergency in the middle of the state of the union. Yeah. And he needs Republican votes to ensure that the Senate and the house can't imperil his emergency. Call by voting it down after he declares it. The the issue I'm going to switch over to Virginia. Because I know you've been really focused on what's going on with governor. Ralph northern also Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax, what do you make of the likeliness that northern resigns? I mean, he's still in office. And he's trying to hold on strong. We hear reports that he's doing it. Because he doesn't want to be labeled a racist for life simply by bowing out. Now. The there's a really. The unique part of this dilemma, which is that route north has no support from Democrats has no support for my publicans and has no support from from independent. So he has absolutely no political constituency left. Now, he, but but there's nothing anyone can do impeachment doesn't seem like a very realistic option given that it's reserved for crimes and misdemeanors and really serious misconduct. So you know, if north and wants to stick this out, theoretically he could hang around for almost three years with little political support from his own party. But I think it's more likely he's gonna try to buy some time. And I think these allegations surrounding Lieutenant governor Fairfax sexual assault that one woman is accusing him of. I mean that that might take up the headlines and the company say that it's going to be very you think the north of situation bad if we start kind of litigating the allegation about Lieutenant governor Fairfax, it's about to get very very politically messy in Virginia. Yeah. And you have the Lieutenant governor coming out and hinting that the governor was behind. Signed this story resurfacing so now you've got tension in almost bad blood between the two of them now. Right there. The Fairfax suggested that the governor was behind these revelations with which I've talked to two the governor's some people close to the governor. They said, it's absolutely not the case. But it's it's a very tough political situation because Democrats have set up a bit absolutely no tolerance position when it comes to any allegations of sexual misconduct. We have a credible allegation. It's not corroborated. But obviously northbound isn't as horribly horribly racist photos from his yearbook that make his governance pretty untenable. Right. We're in this chaos in in the Virginia capital of Richmond right now. Because Democrats don't think north northbound is able to lead they're wondering if Fairfax can lead with these allegations hanging over him, it is as bad as it gets politically in the of. Yeah, there's a real there's a real interesting difference here to between the allegations made against Brad Kavanagh and the ones that have been made now against Justin Fairfax and the differences in the Fairfax allegations both. The accuser and the accused of gre- that sexual conduct of some kind took place on that date at that location. So Fairfax is is is saying yes, it did happen. But it was consensual his accusers saying yes it happened. But it wasn't consensual. This is a sexual assault, and that's very different than the Brett Cavanaugh allegations, which the media ran with despite the fact that he denied any of it even happening. Well, so the bigger point is that there's no corroboration with the Fairfax in Houston. I mean, it's a he said she said right situation. Now, the thing that's similar or thing. That's gonna come up. Politically is that during the cavenaugh hearing, many, many Democrats believe all women and listened to their accusations. Even even if it's not corroborated. So that's going to be a really tricky position. I think Fairfax at that as well. During the whole Cavanaugh hearing, the Republicans are sort of eager to say, well, look, let's look at the Democrats rhetoric during during the cavenaugh hearing and see if it applies consistently when it when it comes to the Fairfax situation. Well, I think the Democrats don't set a very good standard, a very good level of double standards when it came to Keith Ellison. So they made you the same for for Fairfax as well. Thank you so much. Josh, we appreciate you joining us. Thanks for having me, eight fifteen.
"immigration border security" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Good morning. It's five thirty mostly cloudy right now in Boston and thirty degrees. Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. And here's what's happening paychecks will finally be going out in the next few days for government workers, the partial government shutdown has ended for now I want to thank all of the incredible federal workers, and their amazing families who have shown such extraordinarily devotion in the face of this recent hardship, a February fifteen deadline now looms together deal done as we hear from correspondent Tom Foty, count, President Trump among the doubters that congress will come up with an immigration border security package, he could support. So he says to the Wall Street Journal at the end of the longest government shutdown in history one that could be replayed in just three weeks, but is hollow congressional border issues negotiators have until the new government funding runs out. Then accredit congressman Hakim Jeffries of New York. On NBC's. Meet the press we want to support over the next few weeks is twenty first border security. So we're willing to invest in additional infrastructure, particularly as it relates to our legal ports of entry were willing to invest in personnel. We're going to invest in additional technology. There is this. You wanna know how you'll never have a shutdown again less not pay with members of congress and Senate that from the house GOP minority leader Kevin McCarthy among other members of congress McCarthy there on NBC shutdown lasted thirty five days. President Trump's longtime adviser, and friend. Roger stone says he will plead not guilty when he has reigned in Washington DC tomorrow. He's charged with seven counts, including obstruction and lying to congress and the special counsel's investigation of Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. ABC's Tom yomas tells us stone has opened the door to cooperating with the Muller investigation. He said he would talk to the special counsel's office. If they wanna talk about some Trump campaign officials. That he has information on. But he said he's not gonna lie. He's not going to bear false witness to the president. And that he's talked to the president a lot. But it was about nothing that has to do with the Russian investigation or WikiLeaks. Stone says the charges against him are politically motivated five thirty two now patriots are in Atlanta as a run up to Sunday Super Bowl is officially underway..
"immigration border security" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"NBC News Radio. I'm John Jeffreys. Some militia groups are packing up their weapons and heading to the nation southern border. The Washington Post reports that the Texas Minutemen plan to send at least one hundred members to help the military stop migrant caravans heading toward the United States. President Trump has called the migrants invaders and continues to claim on the campaign trail that there are bad people hiding among the legitimate migrants who want to ask for asylum. The US military has issued warnings to army commanders about unregulated militia members self deploring to the border Republicans are getting a boost from a strong economy ahead of Tuesday's elections new Washington Post ABC news poll says Democrats still have the edge in the battle for house seats, but the Republicans are getting a bump from President Trump's hardline stance on immigration border security and the economy. Republicans pass a massive tax cut, a working families, and we will soon follow it up with another ten percent tax cut for the middle class. The poll finds voters prefer democratic house candidates over Republicans by fifty to forty three percent that margin is lower the last month's fourteen point advantage. President Trump's approval rating is holding firm at forty percent. His disapproval rating is fifty three percent. Authorities in Indonesia are continuing the search for the black box of jet crashed into the Java sea with one hundred eighty nine passengers on board a lion air flight plunged into the sea shortly after leaving Jakarta early Monday, all the passengers are presumed dead the Indonesia's search and rescue agency says many of the bodies have not yet been recovered in only seven victims have been identified daylight savings time is officially over. So if you haven't set your clocks back yet, now's the time. Most Americans turned back their clocks in our daylight savings time. I started during World War One is an energy. Conservation trek it then became a standard for most of the nation in the nineteen sixties. The idea behind. It was people would spend less time with the lights on at home at night, which would save electricity. Most residents of Arizona and all of Hawaii will be the only Americans not turning back the clocks. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio..
"immigration border security" Discussed on 1A
"It is being done. One cannot help, but feel to send a signal to people all throughout Central America and all throughout Latin America, and really to people all over the world who might come here for political asylum, that we are no longer really interested in honoring our commitment, our historical commitment to take all comers, all those who have a good reason to come here because of the political oppression or their situation at home or people who come here seeking opportunity. We're trying to send a very different signal with this administration. I don't think there's any question about it. They want put up a wall. They want to close a lot of doors and this story while it strikes many people is terrible and fights, many people as tragedy. It is sending that signal and in his in. In that sense, a successful execution by the Trump administration, Josh successful for the Trump administration. I related to this and child separation. The president is out this week. I think it is rally last night I think was the location letting everyone know that not only would he be willing to have shut down in a couple of weeks to get money for his wallet, but that he would actually welcome it a believe. It went when I see it because he's given commitments to the Republican leaders in the Senate and the house McConnell and Ryan that we're not going type border security to to this funding legislation. But I think it's important to look at the political context which is really Trump is coming from. If you look at the ads in the midterm elections, that Republicans from suburban districts to very deeply rural, conservative districts. The the finding theme is immigration border security ice, and you know, as as big of a hit as Republicans took for the president's, you know, inhumane border separation policy. You see, Republicans pouncing on the democratic reaction to that, which is to abolish or rollback ice. The immigration enforcement agency, and that's a running theme that we're seeing even in some of the more swing suburban districts that you would normally think would be more democratic friendly in this midterm election. So you know, immigration issues of culture are the defining issues on both sides, and that's what Trump is trying to get at rally his own base for the midterm election. How many Democrats out there who are running in primaries are running for office have said that they're on board with abolish ice, well, all the whole lot, including governors races. I was out in Arizona a few weeks ago and the the nominee in a big swing state that Democrats feel like they, they can win is now on the defensive because he gave a speech to a liberal group saying, imagine a an state of Arizona without a border border wall, so that that's an issue where the base and the general electorate is sort of at odds with each other up. So many of our stories this week have to do with the interaction of politics and the media, and here's another one from the world of sports in the world of advertising. There have been a a lot of.
"immigration border security" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Hundred, w away I President Trump began threatening a government shutdown, over immigration border security is, national security there are one and. The same after a White House meeting with the talian prime minister deceptive Kante today the president says it's time, to get serious about border security is demanding several billion dollars for. A border wall and the president also. Heaping praise on Conte's top policies on immigration calling the bowl and. Said other European nations should follow suit the death toll is now at eight as cruising. California continue to battle several wildfires across the state six people. Including two firefighters have died in the car fire close to reading that's the largest wildfire. In the state currently burning seven people are currently. Missing in the blaze as well the Ferguson fire close, to, your semi national parks also claimed the lives of two firefighters today is the day. For futuristic transportation planning in Fort Worth the north central Texas council of governments, approved, a study of the. Hyperloop Between. The Metroplex in San Antonio which would transport people in a tube. At speeds of up to seven hundred miles an. Hour band Kevin wolf of. The bear regional planning organization says San Antonio and Austin planners are looking at special driverless vehicle lanes as, part of the expansion of thirty-five we're actually looking at possibly designating of those lanes is the first one hundred percent autonomously Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w is Senator rand Paul's, supporting President Trump's nomination of, Brian Kavanagh to the US supreme. Court the Kentucky Republicans been withholding support the put out a statement today saying he will vote for Kavanagh's confirmation, ball said he review the federal judges record and argued Cavanaugh should. Be judged on the totality of his. Views character and opinions mean liberal supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Says she hopes to serve at least five more years on the cords special counsel Robert. Muller's planning on a lot of witnesses in the trial of. President Trump's former campaign chairman molar submitted a witness list with thirty-five name For the trial of Paul Manafort the begins tomorrow in Virginia metaphor pleaded, not guilty, to eighteen counts of Bank and. Tax fraud and failures have filed reports of foreign banks and financial accounts. And Pennsylvania's blocking internet access to. Plans for downloadable three d. guns after, federal judge in Texas last week. Allowed the company to continue publishing files for three d guns online Pennsylvania officials held an emergency meeting yesterday at, a has agreed. To block access in Pennsylvania. And to not upload any more files breaking news on the hour at the half and. Anytime at, w. o. a. i. dot com brought to you by comfort air engineering. I'm Kerry law on News Radio twelve hundred w. o. a. I.
"immigration border security" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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"immigration border security" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union your credit health is so much more than a score that's why they help you stay on top of it protected and understand it get your report and more at trans union dot com slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum south korean officials say north korean ruler kim jong un says he'll shut down his nuclear test site in may and will allow witnesses to the closure jason struther reports from seoul kim jong hoon says that he'll invite international observers experts and journalists to north korea next month to watch him close down the young read nuclear test site according to south korea's president's office kim told president moon jaein this during their summit last week the site is where north korea has conducted five of its six nuclear tests jason strother reporting from seoul secretary of state mike pompeo is in riyadh saudi arabia on his first overseas trip as the top us diplomat he was just sworn in a few days ago pompeo is to meet today with the king and the saudi crown prince a major topic is expected to be the nuclear deal reached with iran in two thousand fifteen president trump has called it the worst deal ever and it's threatened to withdraw the us from it pompeo is expected to urge new sanctions against iran president trump spoke in washington township michigan last night about forty miles north of detroit npr's sarah mccamman has more president trump came to washington township michigan instead of saying in washington dc to attend the white house correspondents association dinner he said he would rather be rallying his supporters and he talked about some of the same things he's talked about all along immigration border security tax cuts he touted his accomplishments and he reminded his supporters of the importance of turning out to vote in the two thousand eighteen midterms npr sarah mccamman asylum seekers from central america are expected to turn themselves into border inspectors and san diego today about four hundred people have been traveling in a caravan through mexico to ask to be allowed into the us to escape violence in the home countries of honduras guatemala and el salvador.
"immigration border security" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Trump barbara kusak oil prices took a dive along with equities as president trump's threat of new tariffs on china reignited fears of a trade war between the world's two biggest economies trump told us trade officials to consider additional tariffs of one hundred billion dollars against china during a stop in west virginia today for tax reform roundtable president trump tossed aside prepared remarks and instead addressed immigration border security in the wall supposedly now broken up caravan of central americans marching through mexico to the us border that has had the president sounding an alarm for a week allowed mr trump to go back to the very first theme of his campaign announcement speech three years ago rapists are trying to get into the us illegally it came out where this journey coming up women are raped at levels that nobody's ever seen before they don't want to mention that so we have to change our laws and in west virginia the president it went back to the idea that the military is going to be building some of his border wall bob costantini washington and later on board air force one for the first time trump commented about the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment is lawyer made to adult film actress stormy daniels to keep her quiet about an alleged affair trump said he did not know about it a jury and six alternates have been selected in these sexual assault retrial of bill cosby his spokesman andrew wyatt says when opening statements begin monday the defense team hopes the jurors will approach the case with an open mind you expect for them to be fair and impartial but most importantly we will walk them t race everything that they heard outside this courtney when they come in for monday hawaii's governor signed into law build legalizes medically assisted suicide making the state the six to.
"immigration border security" Discussed on WJR 760
"The great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit tariff talk reaction free form trump barbara kusak oil prices took a dive along with equities as president trump's threat of new tariffs on china reignited fears of a trade war between the world's two biggest economies trump told you as trade officials to consider additional tariffs of one hundred billion dollars against china during a stop in west virginia today for a tax reform roundtable president trump tossed aside prepared remarks and instead addressed immigration border security in the wall the supposedly now broken up caravan of central americans marching through mexico to the us border that has had the president sounding an alarm for a week allowed mr trump to go back to the very first theme of his campaign announcement speech three years ago rapists are trying to get into the us illegally it came out where this journey coming up women are raped at levels that nobody nobody's ever seen before they don't want to mention that so we have to change our laws and in west virginia the president went back to the idea that the mill terry is going to be building some of his border wall bob costantini washington and later on board air force one for the first time trump commented about the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment is lawyer made to adult film actress stormy daniels to keep her quiet about an alleged affair trump said he did not know about it the jury and six alternates have been selected in the sexual assault retrial of bill cosby his spokesman andrew wyatt says when opening statements begin monday the defense team hopes the jurors will approach the case with an open mind we expect for them to be fair and impartial monday but most importantly we will want them to race everything that they heard outside this courtroom when they come in for monday hawaii's governor signed into law bill that legalizes medically assisted suicide making the state the six to.
"immigration border security" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"The state of the union dress and of course we have a league all this philvalentinecom on show print you're going to liberate tonight obviously it'd be nine pm eastern and it's going to be before joint session of congress and others said what wicket i watch it's on all the major channels even be smbc when what does that really major gentle i'm sure they're gonna be run into to how long is the speech well the state of the union has no settling president bill clinton holds the record for the longest address lasting eighty nine routes and frost president ronald reagan the shortest roughly thirty one minutes i suspect that this one tonight will be around an hour and isis it doesn't need to be all is you gotta do say everything is fantastic the second w good night everybody thank you very much and it's the there's so much trouble going to get there too so what topics will trump cover while the white house announced last last week the president would release his complete immigration policy framework before the state of the union so this will almost certainly be a centerpiece going to white house official trump's speech will be one of unity as he tries to appeal to fiercely divided congress is also going to take a page from his speech on friday at the world economic forum in davos switzerland where he was a rock star and talk about strong economic growth in the us probably say something about america's open for business stuff like can't as well as the benefits of recentlyenacted tax changes in all of these companies that have been giving bonuses to their employees ranging their hourly raids wages and i'm sure what i'm not sure i would think that he might throw in a dig about the crumbs thing from nancy play i know some of you folks think these are just crumbs but for the middle class out there a thousand dollars ain't crumbs that's what i would say you arrogant stock up as obese i down hands that but i would have are writing his speech besides immigration border security infrastructure tax changes voters may want the present outlined some sort of plan on healthcare and while there.
"immigration border security" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"It's the feat that get you jumbled up its everything that gets both of these parties wailing in the wrong directions so the republican majority man has basically what sixteen days to prevent the daca thing from happening so to prevent the dreamers from being deported i guess is what senate democratic leader charles schumer is seeing senate democrats came together with republicans on that shortterm funny bill that's how that happened so you know this whole compromise on immigration border security a broader budget outline were okay so that was what became to greet great equalizer i suppose and the government had been partially shut down since twelve one a m on saturday that was after senators blocked a bill that would have kept the government funding for the next month bottom line line is this whole daca deferred action for childhood arrivals program is the big thing then for this was the big announcement that trump was going to end at and there are democrats who were saying will now that can't happen if that happens the we know sign we know agree and we're not going to agree to it so what happens i wish i could totally read the leaves i think the idea of just having another shutdown doesn't seem the will like the way they want to to to go republican strategists rich kaelin said it's hard to even assess how any event will affect the business man kinda turn president have which is donald trump um you know this is a guy who worked with newt gingrich shutdowns you know show doubts without president clinton in the midnineties because people are talking about oh the shutdown that means approval ratings will junk in the trash and i ha i think it's more about uh the same old same old that that nothing that image that we all have in our heads of so little is happening how is it possible that we keep coming back to the same place now i feel like bill murray sometimes when i crack open this mike and i am repeating myself and it's groundhog day and i have no clever material it's because the people who were running washington a big chunk of them are like the same people.
"immigration border security" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We have a chance of maybe getting some progress and that certain was there through the message from uh mitch mcconnell he was just on the floor of the senate than the last hour so and he said that them nafta reaching this bipartisan deal to reopen the government uh both sides can start a new with cooperating on issues such as immigration border security disaster aid spending and healthcare yeah and and there's a lot that has to be done uh the military uh the health care of the border security um you know a dacca that is absolutely something that everybody wants so the president's using it as leverage as it relates to some of the things he wants for border security chatra uh i think it's an ideal time to come together to put partisanship aside 'nother which don't look to the election oh if we give this side is there gonna be strengthen what makes sense for the country i think we have an opportunity and mitch is a very honorable gentleman can you tell us in thirty seconds so what shutting down the federal government does when it comes to the business of government on capitol hill and again in about thirty seconds well let me tell you you then get into the issues of health care of people being deprived of the benefits of you say well we don't want to endanger lives but you do people who need money don't get it you really and then you demonstrate something else you demonstrated this great nation the thrives on the fact of democracy and operating for the benefit of the people we're not that we lackey's little tiny issues a terminate of the business of of the people and jeopardize their checks jeopardize their security and we have to leave it there senator al d'amato former senator al d'amato from new york always a pleasure to have you we have to check the latest headlines from nancy lyons in washington thanks amy while you can add another name to the list of those being interviewed by special counsel robert muller a justice department official says in an email attorney general jeff sessions was questioned for several hours last week by muller's office as part of the russia investigation making him the first cabinet member to be interviewed in the case sessions you may remember recused himself from the.
"immigration border security" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"To prevent the daca thing from happening so to prevent the dreamers from being deported i guess is what senate democratic leader charles schumer is seeing senate democrats came together worth republicans on that shortterm funding bill how that happened so you know this whole compromise on immigration border security a broader budget outline well okay so that was what became to greet great equalizer i suppose and the government had been partially shut down since twelve a one a m on saturday that was after senators blocked a bill that would have kept the government funding for the next month bottom line line is this whole daca deferred action for childhood arrivals program is the big thing remember this was the big announcement that trump was going to end at and there are democrats who are saying well now that can happen if that happens the we know sign we know agree and we're not going to agree to it so what happens i wish i could totally read the tea leaves i think the idea of just having another shutdown doesn't seem the will like the way they want to to to go republican strategists rich kaelin said it's hard to even assess how any event will affect the business man kinda turn president which is donald trump um you know this is a guy who worked with newt gingrich shutdowns you know show doubts without president clinton in the midnineties because people are talking about oh the shutdown that means approval ratings will junk in the trash and i think it's more about the same old same old that that nothing that image that we all have in our heads of so little is happening how is it possible that we keep coming back to the same place now i feel like bill murray sometimes when i crack openness mike and i am repeating myself and it's groundhog day and i have no clever material it's because the people who were running washington a big chunk of them are like the same people that we've elected over and over again that tell us the same thing is they're walking parroting sound bites if this is a reason why donald trump became the president because so many were tired of the same old soundbites there has to be something better out there all right so the answers we donor let's move to this let's go to kid who says katie did you read.
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"Yes and when it breaks a michael sabet lies on the twenty four hours kfi news a woman has been found dead inside an apartment in the hills orange kelly sensitivities made the discovery this afternoon when they were called to do a welfare checks a woman was apparently stabbed to death a man said to be the woman's husband is reportedly been detained supporters of these socalled sanctuary stabile have rallied at a final push to pass the bill sandra deals with sei use says the clock is ticking on the big spill does not get out of the legislature and we are out here we can into that delegations and make sure that the state legislature is with us his daily cast light to have they say they'll zion california ideas as supporters of the bill has been working to convince the deciding votes in the state assembly before their session ends tomorrow a top republican in the senate says the daca program to protect thousands of young illegal immigrants should be part of any discussed about immigration border security and enforcement president trump had dinner with democratic leaders last night at this discuss daca he's denied claims by democrats of the deals been reached he says they're working on a plan that includes massive border control he says funding for his wall will come in understanding whether it's in the budget for some other vehicle hit a fairly short time it won't be funded otherwise tom says he is not looking at citizenship and he's not looking at amnesties singer selena gomez has received a kidney transplants he says she got it because he has lupus goma's his twenty five the woman who's donated her kidney to gomez is her friend actress francia rightly so traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center roadwork at eichel morgan.
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"That have local issues and all that but i'm talking about this kind of stuff national issues of great of i do not believe new york times washington post a p cnn abc cbs and i do not and they're all the same if you miss one of those those a matter umih's abc once nbc it'll be the same thing if he missed the washington post to the new york times with a same thing we have time maybe we'll try it here this is tammi in naples hey naple tammy it's great to hear from you how are you doing prep with that that the state uh at the bubble home high fat i called play that all my whole entire family my brother my husband a family up in pennsylvania we all love trump we all trust trump hasn't done even pay attention to the things he does because we know that he has a plan oh i don't think for one second he ever gonna live that faith unless it did something really out but uh you know he he out the criminal this have you for coming in ants that tammy 10 minute time is short need to ask you quite have you ever trusted a politician before like you trust donald trump not for one second i yeah sounds argue though a hundred thousand percent for him and sell it everybody i know i'm shut as people i but uh the ones who really know that he loves people and i really believe he loves people that i know he's leaving and feeling tried to want to help people i 10 thanks had ten seconds go ahead oh i i i put it if people if the democrats have treated him night from the beginning he would have been working with them from day one it's good point the point and the gotta go on that one but she said something we got to talk about this because that this this this is why the media thinks that you trump people learn much cultists breaking news station i've had alan thompson a republican says the program protect your insurance brought to the us illegally should be part of any discussion about immigration border security and enforcement majority leader mitch mcconnell also says is looking forward to getting legislative proposal from the trump administration meanwhile the white house's assisting that that's up to congress the.