35 Burst results for "J. J Green"
Akron Police Officers Fatally Shoot Jayland Walker
"But let's start with this shooting that happened in Akron, Ohio, you guys probably haven't heard of it yet, but you will hear of it soon because it's involved in a black man and white police officers. And celebrities are coming out. And I call them celebrities. They really not worth a hill of beans. But for whatever reason they're considered to be celebrities because they push this agenda that America is a racist place and black people should be afraid of white people every day they wake up in the morning, especially white police officers. Young man, Jalen walker. Keep that name in your mind. Jaylen walker, the fake black man, Sean king, who he's a white man. He's not a black man. I don't know why black people are giving him any credence of credit and him talking on black issues is absolutely as anonymity when they bash every other white person, but they don't bash on king just 'cause he got an edge up in a taper fade. Don't make you a black man. Now, I want to reach you what he said, and then we're going to read the facts surrounding this case. I'm going to reach you what he said, read the facts. And I don't know how on God's green earth, Sean king has been sued. In some form of a class action lawsuit, because all he do is peddle lies to create controversy and hatred in our country against police, literally I could argue that Sean king is literally getting black men murdered almost every other weekend by police officers.
The LIV Tour Is at Pumpkin Ridge—be Sure to Check It Out
"The live tour this week, right, is it pumpkin ridge, and I played there, we had a corn ferry tour event. It was a regular one. It was before they moved the final thing there or whatever. Or maybe it was the last regular season before the playoffs. That's what it was. Have you played pumpkin ridge before? I think it's unbelievable. Yeah, it was made famous really, because Tiger Woods won his last U.S. amateur there, super come from behind his third consecutive U.S. amateur. And he are 6th consecutive USGA title after three junior amps, but it's awesome, dude. This is the kind of the event really they would have to have there because logistically it's probably 40, 30 to 45 minutes, maybe from downtown Portland. Not crazy far, but it's far enough out. There's not any hotels close so, you know, they're going to get a gallery, obviously, but it'll be like a tighter vibe. I think there's maybe two courses, but really there's a lot of eye candy as far as golf hole eye candy on TV. Like really cool like pawns and rivers and it's kind of some holes weaving through the wood, some crazy breaking greens. It's a perfect type of event. To host their and if you guys haven't seen pumpkin ridge on TV, you should check
Red Wings hire Lightning assistant Derek Lalonde as coach
"The red wings have hired Derek Holland as head coach ending a lengthy search The lawn just won two Stanley cups since an assistant to lightning head coach John Cooper and made a third straight trip to the final this summer The 49 year old lalan won a U.S. Hockey League title with Green Bay and coached in the ECHL and AHL before joining the lightning He replaces Jeff flash who recorded a four 47 winning percentage over 7 seasons in Detroit The second worst in the league during that entire span The wings have missed the playoffs the last 6 seasons I'm Dave
Bonnaroo, a leader in green fests, faces climate change risk
"The bonnaroo music and arts festival in Tennessee is facing risks from climate change Bonnaroo is already one of the country's greenest music festivals last year the bonnaroo camp grounds were waterlogged by flooding and roads were impassable forcing organizers to cancel This year Annabel's crew of trash police was ready The reality is that this is a not insignificantly sized city We are basically the public works department for temporary city Vadera was held on a 700 acre site that has a capacity for 85,000 fans People like Jordan L vernia camp out and he learned quickly it pays to be green I was cleaning up my own campground picking up basically our recyclables and I turned it into our trading posts They gave me a vulture and then the vulture was turned into the center route trading post and they gave me a food vulture So now I got free food The goal at bonnaroo is to keep at least 50% of the festival's waste out of landfills I'm Ed
The Administration Is Doubling Down on Green Energy Projects In... Angola?
"Instead of actually focusing on the United States of America, we have Biden talking about how green a country like Angola can be. Listen to him talking about the importance of it here first. We need worldwide effort to invest in transformative clean energy projects. If you ensure that critical infrastructure is resilient to changing climate, critical materials are necessary for our clean energy transition. Okay, okay, so it's critical. It's critical. We need the materials. We need to make sure it all happens. And this is why we're focusing on Angola. For example, U.S. government just facilitated a new partnership between two American firms and the government of Angola to invest $2 billion in building a new solar projects in Angola. It's a partnership that will help Angola made his climate goals and energy needs while creating new markets for American technologies and good jobs and Angola and I suspect throughout Africa. Great. Great. Okay, I'm really happy for Angola. And that's great to see that the U.S. is working with Angola and these other companies and investing $2 billion there so they can have green energy. Look, I'm not trying to make light of that. I'm actually a big believer in having U.S. presence in a lot of places that are rich resources that would benefit us and I'd certainly like to see us there before the Chinese. However, at a time like this, when Americans are really, really struggling, why not have the green energy companies
Eric Greitens on Getting Rid of Back-Stabbing RINOS
"And we are delighted to have with us the 56 governor of Missouri, former seal, future senator Eric. Hey, doctor gorka, great to be on with you. Great to be on with you as always. Now, look, nobody's listening. There's only about 3 million people on the radio show plus the video stream. So you can share it with our little family here. Are you just a troll? I mean, that video is epic. Did you just do that to have fun or where you serious? Well, you know what we're having fun and what we're serious about is getting rid of the rhinos who continue to stab the American people in the back. And we are 100% serious that these rhinos have to be held accountable. The problem in America, the crisis in America is not just because of the less craziness or the mainstream media's lies. It's also because of the corruption and the cowardice of the rhino establishment, which continues to stab the American people in the back. Stabbed him in the back on election integrity. He stabbed him in the back on spending with Joe Biden's $1.2 trillion Green New Deal. Just stabbed the American people in the back on their gun rights as well on supporting the Second Amendment. We are sick of weak kneed rhinos who keep giving in to mainstream media come with the left. So we're coming with a 100% maga champion America first movement. And that's why we're winning this Senate
Toyota recalls electric car for faulty wheel that may detach
"Toyota is recalling its brand new electric car I'm Ben Thomas with the latest It's the B Z four X crossover vehicle which went on sale about two months ago The problem is wheel bolts that can loosen dangerous at the wheel itself could come off It's investigating the cause of the issue to recall FX just 2700 vehicles most were destined for Europe about 270 headed for North America The Z four X is a key model in Toyota's plans to strengthen its electric lineup and say we have 30 EV vehicles by 2030 the maker of the Prius hybrid Toyota has been seen by some critics as a straggler in electric vehicles partly because of its success in other green technology like hybrids I'm Ben Thomas
Maine Insurance Agency Slammed for Racist Sign
"This person ain't gonna be able to live this one down, ladies and gentlemen, a major insurance company or a major issue in this company's terminated their relationship with a main insurance agency after it allegedly displayed a racist sign about Juneteenth holiday earlier this week. A photo taken Monday, which the communist news network has obtained shows a signed taped to the inside window of the Harry E Reed insurance company in millinocket. Maine. Now, before we get to the story, have you ever heard of millinocket Maine? Well, you know what? We did our research. Miller not get made got 4000 people in it. And 90 plus percent are white people. And the only black person in the city took a picture of this fried chicken and collard green sign. So let me read you what the signs say, Juneteenth. At the very top of the sign and then it says you can see it here if you're watching on TV. And then it goes down and it says, it's whatever. And then below that, it says, we're closed, and then below that, it says, enjoy your fried chicken and collard greens. Now, before I got mad at this sign says, I actually got hungry. Because I love fried chicken. And collard greens. Especially if grandma cook it. When my grandma cooked, it's off the chain. But the young lady comes out. I don't know if this is a young lady or not. It says the person who said they posted the sign issued an apology on Facebook, writing, in part, in part on the company's page. I am so sorry for any pain, I have caused in a negative attention I have brought to our beautiful company. I don't want to hear it. You only sorry because you got in trouble. It is unacceptable.
Joey Sulipeck Investigated for Tweet Against Draymond Green
"Let's talk about Joey solo pack. Now, you know Joey, you were a meteorologist, your weather guy here in the Memphis area for a very long time before switching over and doing the right thing and coming to radio. Exactly. Exactly. I knew joy for I've known Joey for over 20 years. We did not work at the same station, but I would see him at conferences. I would see him locally and he's always been professional. He's the kind of guy that will walk up and ask you and know, you know, your family's name, how they're doing. He's the kind of guy that you want in the market. So he's a good guy. Very much so. So he's a big Memphis Grizzlies fan, and of course, there was a lot going on. It was a pretty tense rivalry between the warriors and the grizzlies. And he wrote a tweet. Yes, he did. And this goes all the way back to May 7th, and this was when the grizzlies were in the second round against the Golden State Warriors and draymond green is a troublemaker on the court. He runs his mouth a lot, he'll push, he'll nudge whatever he can to get an advantage. And one of the grizzlies players had just gotten ejected for the first time that they had mouthed off to the official. Joy writes, chew on this, draymond runs his knuckle dragging open mouth all game long, but mild mannered, Kyle Anderson disputes one call and gets ejected. Next level, Jack assery. That's it. So basically, he was saying the guy's a Neanderthal. Yes, okay. All right. Well, well, the local sports guy for the commercial appeal. Got ahold of that tweet and turned it into this big racial controversy that literally went nationwide. Everybody was talking about poor Joey solo pet who in the aftermath apologized. He should not have apologized. He did nothing wrong, and then deleted his account, he should not have done that. He did nothing wrong.
Rand Paul: Inflation Costs Are Outpacing Stimulus Checks
"But you know what what if I strange about this Is your man of science or a doctor But I've been following you and your father for a long time and you've been talking about these things forever that if you're going to have Fiat money not bedrock and anything other than the faith and credit of a government that is no intention of keeping a stable money supply that eventually you're going to get inflation You've only been talking about this for 20 years I don't know as long as I've been in politics I've heard you wouldn't even hear dad mentioning it Now you've been proved prescient right correct And again it seems to be like the data is always on our side Yet we mysteriously continue to lose this debate and I think it's intermediary we call the media here That just keeps telling people that no no if we try it this time it'll definitely work I don't know if we're losing the debate because I think the winds are behind us coming to November and in November people are going to attach blame to the rising gas prices and grocery spices They're going to attach blame to the lack of formula on the shelves the bare shelves for other supplies as well And I think the blame is going squarely on the shoulders of Democrats and Biden So I think people are smarter the media hasn't got it in the media is promoting fairytales like green causes inflation But I think we just keep hammering back I mean one of the indications of inflation is a measure of the money supply called the M two It's gone up 15% annualized over the last three years and last January it was going up at a 27% annualized rate So when you increase the money supply basically to pay or buy the debt that we have incurred by spending too much that's what inflation is And so it's an expansion of the money supply And I think people get that Even the people who received the $1400 checks kind of say to themselves well I know this really can't be free There's got to be this is kind of some kind of scam right I'm not going to have to pay somehow Well that's what's happening now The inflation tax is to pay for the free checks that went out And in the end some people are paying much more for gas now than they ever received in the stimulus
Actor Nick Searcy Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Latest Film
"Guys, I'm happy to welcome back to the podcast award winning actor and producer Nick sir C you know him for his role in best picture winner, the shape of water. He's been in the Oscar nominated Moneyball and castaway and fried green tomatoes and runaway jury. He's also the course played the costarring role on the hit TV series, the FX series called justified, and he teamed up with filmmaker Chris burgard to make a terrific film about January 6th called capital punishment. We're gonna talk about that. Hey Nick, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for coming on. You are just telling me that you have your in a film that daily wire has just released. It's a western tell us about that one. Yeah, it's a western called terror on the Prairie, and I play the title role. I'm the terror. And that's kind of why I still look like Gabby Hayes a little bit. It's a real real throwback western and just a terrific experience, a great people with Gina Carano and Dallas Sonya and the daily wire people. It was great to make a movie with the where for once I wasn't outnumbered being a conservative on the set. And I know you're saying that the kind of old style western that we thought was extinct that Hollywood won't go near anymore. It's been revived in a kind of a new form. Tell us a little bit about how does this compare to the classic westerns with Gregory Peck and Clint Eastwood and so on. Well, it's really more of a throwback to the peckinpah westerns of the 70s. It's a little bit more like wild bunch than it is like the searchers because it's pretty bloody. There's quite a few crimes, let's say, in the movie and it's unflinching. And so I would say it's probably an R rated for violence type of
Why Is the Transition to Green Energy OUR Problem?
"I'm going to sit here and tell you right now, I believe in green energy, I think it needs to be part of our footprint, but I also recognize that you can't just flip a switch, right? I've told you before, you can't just suddenly have 300 windmills on the coast of Maine by next week, just because you want to. And so this is a failure of our government in that they knew what was happening overseas. They knew that it was going to be painful for Americans. They knew there was all this pent up demand. They knew that the world was coming back online and people were going back to work, which meant that they had to fill their gas tanks, and yet they're living this pipe dream, a pipe dream that, look, I don't disagree with other than it is a pipe dream. I'm wondering why we haven't put more mechanisms in place to actually get any of this accomplished. And why it is that our energy secretary somehow thinks it's the responsibility of the United States, people to bear the burden for this.
Colorado Gubernatorial Candidate Heidi Ganahl on Hispanic Voters
"Believe there is a political realignment happening where Hispanics are starting to come in the Republican direction and record numbers. Now, Colorado, I believe, is 18, 19% Hispanic, which is more than what people would guess so if you just think of Colorado, talk about how Hispanics are starting to defect from the Democrat party, and I believe that's making polis rather nervous, that kind of reliable Hispanic base is all of a sudden probably being put into question, isn't it? It is. It is. The Hispanic voters in Colorado care a lot about family values and faith and community and education is really important to them that their kids get a good education. 5%, only 5% of Hispanic kids endeavor public schools can read a grade level right now. That report just came out a few weeks ago. Parents are really ticked off. We also have one of the highest inflation rates in the country right here, even compared to the national average, people can't afford to live in our state anymore. And Jared pullis thought it was a good idea to bring the new green deal to Colorado. And he's decimated our oil and gas industry here. And we produce some of the cleanest energy on the planet, but he'd rather us be not energy independent and go to Iran, Russia, and Venezuela to buy gas and oil, which is ridiculous. And it's also unpopular from that mistake and every time tracking bands get to the people of Colorado, they vote them down, don't they? They do. They do. And they actually voted it down and then Jared polis and the legislature, a couple of years later, put it through, regardless that the people. They do that all the time. And now we have one of the most obnoxious disgusting abortion laws in the country right here, abortion until birth. That is not how the people of Colorado are telling me they feel about that issue. So that's something we've got to go full on and turn back here.
Katie Gorka's Advice to Those Listening: 'Stand Firm'
"What is your advice to those listening? Firstly, in terms of ammunition in terms of things people should read and should do. If they shouldn't be on Twitter, what should they be reading? We love in primus. We love the conservative news sites. What classical books should they read? Should they read the tocqueville? Should they read an SC 68? So how do parents understand what's happening? And then talk to us about what it takes to do what you do. And where you find the courage to do it and what you say to those who are listening. Yeah, well, I'll say this. I was on a panel a few weeks ago with Tiffany justice, one of the cofounders of moms for liberty. And I asked, I was the moderator. And I asked each of the panelists to tell me what was the hardest thing they had done. And she said, the hardest thing she had ever done. Now, this is the cofounder of moms for liberty. One of the most successful organizations in the last two years. Yeah. They are just booming. But she said the hardest thing she had ever done was get up and talk at a school board meeting. Right. Now I had never done it till about three weeks ago. And I'm going to say, yes, I agree with her. I think it's the hardest thing I've ever done. You know, to be faced with this tribunal of 12 people who you know don't agree with you. You've been press secretary for customs and border patrol. You briefed the military, the intelligence community and the school board was a tough support was much scary. Is there a bunch of maoists, a bunch of you know they hate you and you know that they all, you know, they're in lockstep with each other. Get out of your comfort zone number one. Got to get out of your comfort zone. What else do people need to do to get that armor on them? I think staying up to date on the data because it's changing rapidly. I can't say enough about Jay green's paper that just came out. You had him on the show last week. Oh, good. Okay. That's super important because it blows apart the narrative of the left. And I would just also say to people trust what you know in your heart because you know what's true and what isn't and don't be cowed by this narrative of the left and they're trying to red pill us and don't let it happen. Stand firm.
Joe Biden Falls off His Bike
"Know, this Trump bicycle thing. Or the Biden bicycle thing. This is, this is pretty brilliant. So Biden's writing his bicycle in Delaware and what gets me is when I was about to get up and give a speech when I heard hey, have you heard? People were talking about it back in the green room. Have you heard about that? What happened? I thought maybe somebody, I had a little baby Jill had crashed into Biden. I didn't know what was going on. Maybe Kamala did a T bone, but it turns out that he had actually stopped the bicycle. And was trying to get off the bicycle when it all went when I went to you know what? And he's okay. It's not like, you know, he's fine. He just got bruised a little bit. But it's kind of like this guy have you noticed that he always has trouble walking up the stairs. He fell down the stairs. It would be like, that would not be good. That would not be good. Because he just keep tumbling. I think he would tumble all the way down. But how many times does two or three times he's had trouble climbing the stairs maneuvering the stairs on an Air Force One, and now the poor guy fell down and he couldn't get up, it was terrible. So you do wonder at what point at what point does somebody step in and like mister president, you got to call it a day here.
Julie Hartman: It's Such an Honor to Work With Dennis Prager
"Right, let me throw you no curveballs. I'm going to throw nothing but underhanded softballs because I'm loving the Dennis and Julie podcast. You must be having a great time. I saw Dennis. He and I appeared in South Carolina the other day and in the green room we were talking about the podcast. Dennis has described you, of course, is the real deal. He says, despite her young age, Julie Hartman has become one of the most important people in my life, every generation seems to produce a tiny handful of brilliant and morally clear people who are also courageous fighters. She's one of them, I thank God I found her. That really has to make you feel great. Such high praise from a guy like Dennis prager. You have no idea. It is such an honor to work with him. You know, Mike, just two years ago, actually two years ago right around now during the height of the Black Lives Matter riots in the summer of 2020 is when I discovered Dennis, and I remember sitting just downstairs in my house on the couch reading his book still the best hope and then his Torah commentaries and listening to the radio show and thinking, my God, if I could ever have a conversation with the sky fast forward now I have a podcast with him and he's one of the most important people in my life. So I just pinch myself sometimes. And we're all lucky.
Who Is the Force Behind Transgender Mutilation? Jay Greene Explains
"Have you found because as that quote from Hemingway, things happen very, very slowly, and then suddenly things happen. What was the, who was driving this? Who in 2010 says, yes, we're going to cut the breasts off 12 year old girls. Who's the force behind this doctor green? So yeah, I mean, you're right. It did happen gradually and then all of a sudden. And the gradually was that it started actually in the Netherlands around 1990 at a clinic and then kind of spread from their very gradually and it's not really until 2015 that it ramps up dramatically in the U.S. and it's probably Bruce Jenner changing to Caitlyn Jenner that was the impetus for this very dramatic increase in the interest in changing one sex or gender identity as a way of potentially of solving one's problem. So the issue going on here is that it's largely girls and girls unfortunately suffer from an unusually high rate of depression and anxiety, especially these days. It's hard being a girl growing up. But we've seen this before. I remember in the 80s and 90s, it was bulimia. It was anorexia. And this seems to be the next version of the group dynamic of the precious of being a pubescent girl. This is the new thing, but Bruce Jenner being on TV screens is one thing doctor. They have to be medical professionals who say, we're going to do this to children. So have you identified a focal point or scent of gravity professionally? I mean, there are some gender ideology advocates who really helped spread this. But honestly, this is largely the initial interest in this among teenage girls is peer to peer. And they're getting interested in learning about it in the same way they learned about and got interested in eating disorders or cutting. They're just looking for ways of regaining control of their lives and getting on top of problems of depression and anxiety.
We Have No Long-Term Data on Cross-Hormone Therapy With Dr. Jay Greene
"Let's actually talk about the reality author of this seminal work from the heritage foundation on puberty blockers cross sex hormones and youth suicide. He's a senior research fellow at Jay green Jay. Two observations if I make number one, it is shocking that any new medical procedure doesn't become commonplace or applied in large numbers. Unless there have been years, if not decades of trials of tests of small batch, Guinea pigs, if you will, we have none of that. Am I right in saying we have no long-term data on the consequences of cross hormone therapy or chemical castration on children, do we? We don't. I mean, this use of these drugs is an off label use of drugs that were approved by the FDA for other purposes long time ago. Right. And so there's never been a random assignment experiment that would be necessary for FDA approval for this use of these drugs. So we have no rigorous science to prove that these drugs are in fact safe and effective for this use. And we also have no long-term evidence of any kind because this use of these drugs is incredibly novel. It didn't really exist in the United States before 2000.
"j. j green" Discussed on WTOP
"Long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule Your free estimate today. 10 down double D. T o P. Today, Members of Congress honored the memory of Brian Sick. Nick, the Capitol police officer who died after Helped keep them safe during the riots of January 6th that capital riot as well. Some airport incidents involving Trump supporters have since raised new concerns about lawmaker safety. Joining us now with more w T O P National security correspondent J. J Green Hyah JJ your sources have told you there's been some discussion among law enforcement about how to make travel for these members and their staff safer. What have you learned? Hey, Hillary and Sean planes and trains of what we're talking about here and trains or the biggest concern. You've been a number of members of Congress who have been arrest at airports and we've seen that on television. But there's significant security inside the airports and on planes you have Air marshals, but a lot of people use Amtrak and trains to move around and the security situation in Amtrak's very different. Several sources tell me that one of the solutions that's being discussed is plainclothes law enforcement officers on interstate trains like Amtrak that go to some of these places where these members and their staffs have to travel to. And that may be a big part of solving a part of the problem and which is the concern that they have for their own safety. While traveling. Some members have complained about not getting adequate security once they're in their home districts. What's the story behind that? Well, we know that there's been a situation in Michigan for a while, where a lot of people there have done some things that people in other states. Haven't done. For instance, They have been very vocal about trying tow, eliminate the governor there or the secretary of state they're on. There are some people who travel to some district's like that that say they're getting less security there than they're getting here in Washington, so they're having to work out ways in which they can Beef up their security in their home districts. While they deal with the concern about people who may be interested in harming them with their families. It's a real concern, and it does go well beyond Washington back to their home districts kind of branching off off of that, JJ There is a lot of frustration as well about getting information on these threats to members and staff. But apparently you've learned that checking out those threats can be problematic. How that's right. One of the law enforcement sources I was talking to says that a lot of people members staff have been reporting. Threats that they have learned about from social media and people and organizations related to social media. One of the problems have learned with investigating. That is, it's hard to drill down on who is actually behind the threat that comes in on social media. The telephone is one thing and in person sources another thing very easy to identify where the threat is coming from. But a lot of these social media threats are very vague. And that's what the real problem is. For authorities trying to track down those threats from people that may be coming in on social media discussion to be continued, Thank you. J J and somebody T o p national security correspondent J. J. Green 3 14 Mortgage rates are at historic lows, so a view of a mortgage, refinance it and forget it. I'll never have to worry about re financing again. Network Capital Funding.
"j. j green" Discussed on WTOP
"Security Department warns that extremists are still angry about the election and may launch violent attacks in the next few months. Let's get details with w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green the bulletin from DHS, says EXTREMIST maybe emboldened by the January 6th riot at the Capitol. To target elected officials and government facilities. They say they're concerned that homegrown violent extremist inspired by foreign terrorist groups who committed three attacks targeting government officials in 2020 remain a threat. Threats of violence against critical infrastructure, including electric, telecommunications and health care sectors increased last year. With violent extremists, citing misinformation and conspiracy theories as reasons for their actions. JJ Green w T o P News familiar faces coming back to temporarily lead the Fairfax County Police Department Former chief David Rohrer takes over next week as the county searches to replace Ed Rosler, who wraps up his tenure on Friday. Hustler, though, has concerns about the future Even though he's leaving the job. He's worried about the county, helping federal law enforcement after those missteps leading to the capital riot, and he spoke to double peacemaking clarity about it. I did have concern about Participating in the streets of D C for the inauguration that started with a request in August to plan for the inauguration, Fairfax County Police chief Edwin Rossler says even before the request from mutual aid came in on January, 6th, two assisted the capital. He made the decision not to take part in the inauguration security based upon other events that have transpired the months Before I still have concerned as a chief of police for my remaining days. Rustler, who will retire from his role as chief after eight years, plans to focus on his faith and continue his work in Officer suicide prevention. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News It is 4 44. It's finally here the end to drop cell phone calls.
"j. j green" Discussed on WTOP
"Select group of audience members looked on as Joe Biden was sworn in as president and Kamila Harris is vice president. President. Biden said the will of the people has been heard. Referencing the riot here, The president said a mob thought it could use violence to silence the will of the people, but that that would never happen. He addressed the Corona virus and was applauded for saying it was something we would get through together at the West Front of the Capitol, John Aaron w. T O P News, the scene of the U. S Capital today, as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were sworn in. Could not be more different than the violence and chaos we saw two weeks ago when Donald Trump supporters stormed the place. W T O p National security correspondent J. J. Green joins us Live with the security perspective on this inauguration day and JJ Okay, we have seen all the massive fences. The 25,000 National Guard troops did all that high security do its job today. It did, and it is continuing to do its job. It's going to keep doing its job for while we know that about 6000 of the 25,000. National Guard. Troops are supposed to be on duty here for at least 30 days, so they've been here for a bit, so there's still some weeks to go before they leave, and that's all ah, part of this phased out process or rather process of phasing out security instead of just breaking it all down at once. We know that some of the fences they're going to start disappearing very soon. But quite a bit of security is going to remain around because there's still risk. But this all did its job today and it seemed to do it man magnificently Cici. There's one incident you tweeted about roughly 2.5 hours ago. This involves a Florida man who was arrested for his role in the capital riot, then rearrested today. What is that about? Yeah. The guy's name is Samuel Camargo and he was arrested about the 15th of January because he participated in the riot at the Capitol on was involved in a number of different alleged crimes. And he, like most people were, I believe once they went through the court arraignment process, they were let go on their own recognizance reconnaissance and told to stay. Away from D. C. But he was arrested again this morning A little before nine o'clock headed into DC in a car. There was a be on the lookout posted for him earlier today, and he was arrested again and we have confirmed that mean you can find the documents here. The court documents have been posted. And it's not clear what was going on with you. But we were told that hey, did not have a weapon with him and he had not been threatening in this particular situation, But I think family members have reported something not quite right about some things, he said. As he left ahead into D. C. J. J. You mentioned that they don't want to send all the National Guard troops out of town all at the same time. But do we have a sense of whether some of these security procedures will stick around for a while now? Yeah, the security folks that I've spoken to have said exactly that, John. They're going to be around for a while and there's going to be a phased out process process of taking things away. Piecemeal on the part of the reason for that is because I think all of the law enforcement and security personnel recognized that the situation that got so many people upset and angry Enoughto storm the capital has not died down yet. It's just not Obvious or apparent today because of all the security and the other media focused on other things, But they're still very concerned about people trying to get into D. C As was the case with this gentleman today. They believe that there may have been others, but they were deterred because of the high security profile, But they're going to keep AH, good amount of security around for a while, It will be phased out because they don't want a repeat of what happened on the January on January, 6th. And they want to make sure that everything that is phased out is done in a way that makes sense and not something that's rushed. But there is concern in the future that some of these folks could be rogue elements that come back and strike much like an Al Qaeda or Isis operative. That is true. What we've heard is that there are people that have been on what's left of the social media presence that some of these Extremist groups have encouraging people to engage in lone wolf attacks and to be honest about it. Some of the intelligence reporting that I've seen from some of the agencies suggest that this is a big concern that there may be these kinds of domestic terrorists. Type attacks that are lone wolf attacks on it may not necessarily be around the capital or in front of high profile federal buildings. It could be anywhere or in any state. But that is a concern, and that's a part of the reason why the security is going to be around for a while. All right. W T. 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"40 down in Fredericksburg. Thanks so much. Emelia 4 41. We have breaking news this afternoon. The U. S government says that devastating hack of federal agencies is likely Russian in origin, and the operation appeared to be an intelligence gathering effort. This assessment came in a rare public statement from the FBI and other investigative agencies Joining us now live to talk more about this. W T o P. National security correspondent J. J Green has been on top of this story from the beginning. JJ. What more can you add to this to start? The FBI is is the lead organization investigating this, and they say that their investigation is focused on four critical lines of effort identifying victims collecting evidence analyzing the evidence, and they're trying to determine further attribution, and they're sharing the results with government and private sector partners to inform operations. Intelligence picture and network defense, and they say this was likely the work of Russian hackers. It was no surprise that they said this, but it's certainly a big deal that they finally have said it. TJ, What is the U. S reaction to this? The reaction is okay. So how far does this go? How many agencies are impacted? How is this going to impact the work voice? Did they try to steal anything? What are they going to do with what they got? What we believe, according to this statement, is that this is an intelligence operation, which suggests that it wasn't just an operation because of curiosity. It was an operation designed to give Russia some kind of advantage to use this operation to as leverage to get whatever it is that Russia wanted. From the U. S in order to give them the leverage they were after. And JJ final question here. What should we be looking for here in the weeks ahead now that the government has come out and said this Well in the weeks ahead, there's going to be a new administration taking control of this unified coordination group. There are lots of people bipartisan in nature looking to get involved in this, So what we should expect is a much more intense effort to get to the bottom of this. And to protect the nation and its people from whatever it is that these Russian hackers were up to. Thank you so much. JJ. You're welcome. W T o p national security correspondent J. J Green In other news this afternoon. Let's talk about the Corona Virus Pandemic hospital will play to is losing the battle and keep enough healthcare workers on staff during the pandemic. Grimes, who heads ancillary services at the.
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"Bottom and 30 in all the It's 10 10 Montgomery County has released a draft climate action plan aimed at slashing carbon emissions 80% by 2027, reaching zero carbon emissions by 2035. During a meeting earlier this week where the new plan was presented to residents, County executive Mark L. Rich called it incredibly ambitious, but said it provides a roadmap to real actions that will allow the county to reach its goals. D c'est reports. The plan details 87 actions and the one that would do the most to reduce emissions would be making renewable energy, the default electricity service in the county right now, residents have the option to pay more to buy power from wind and solar sources. But most people either are not aware of it, or they just don't want to spend any more. All week long. You've been hearing our series Democracy under duress by W. T o p National security correspondent J. J Green in the serious He's detailed how Russian meddling and disinformation are putting an ever increasing strain on our government. But it's not the on leeway. The U. S has been targeted. Recently, We learned the nation was under attack on another front with a Massive hack that is impacted several areas of the U. S government and even the private sector. J. J. Green joined our Sean and Hillary earlier to talk about the impact of all this. What's so disconcerting about this? Speaking to current and former U. S intelligence sources, the first thing they said that Russia is likely wanted to do was to get into these networks. And quietly and immediately try to move across the networks to see what they could steal what they could learn and what they could change or alter. And just think about what was attacked D O D DHS Energy, State Treasury and who knows how many other agencies they got to all of them were targets targets that they believe that they could get something from or certainly have an impact on the security of the nation. And then there are the private sector companies that work with these agencies. There were targeted as well. So it's not clear what exactly they were after, but we know they were after a lot, and we know they're still at it because this is still ongoing. Experts in your serious have said that Russian intelligence is playing a sophisticated game off chess against the U. S. They may be many moves ahead of us right now. Explain what is it stake if the U. S can't close the gap? More of the same because think about what took place with this. We found out about this about 10 days ago. They've been in these networks for months. And who knows what they have stolen what they've done? And what they did in the time when we didn't know they were in there. So the problem that the experts that I've spoken to have talked about is if the U. S can't close this gap. This repeats. It continues to happen. It continues to exponentially spread and the damage just grows day by day, so they have to figure out how to close this gap. First. They have to track them down and stop them. Shut this down. And then they have to figure out how to stop it from happening again. JJ. What can we expect from the incoming Biden administration when it comes to dealing with this hack from the Russians President elect? Biden said in a statement. He's not going to stand by. He's going to take aggressive action. And now, he said, he's going to do this now. Some sources that I've spoken to Hillary and Sean have said the U. S. Needs to think about a physical response. Not just a cyber response, which is normal for something like this, But they need to think of sending a strong message to Russia using a different tactic and a physical response, meaning of Connecticut war footing of physical war footing stance. Is a very interesting concept. It's also a dangerous concept. But some say this is what has to happen because Russia has done what is the equivalent of an act of war against the U. S. That is w T. O p National security correspondent J. J Green Coming up on w t o P. The FDA gives emergency approval to modern is coded 19 vaccine. A special report from CBS Coming your Way at 10 20. It's 10 14. Have the answer. Dave Johnson here some home sell right away, and others sit on the market who you work with matters. I called Jennifer Young and she gave me confidence because Jennifer and her team had a plan, and it worked. Sold my home in two days..
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"Election day. 2020 and U. S National Security is at perhaps one of its most vulnerable points because of a hotly contested election that could lead to days of uncertainty. Joining us live with more on this is w t. O p national security correspondent J. J. Green OK, JD. I think folks are wondering why is our national security at such risk on this election day? Yeah, Mark. Here's why this is the most important election and probably the most hotly contested in a long time. This comes against the backdrop that foreign actors of pulling out all the stops to interfere. So what does that mean for national security? It means that all the national security apparatus or dialed in and focused on this, our other areas left uncovered. Not likely, but it's possible. The complete focus isn't their terrorism espionage cyber attacks Attacks against critical critical infrastructure, the food supply, maybe the water supply or perhaps something we haven't thought of Then, after the polls close, it's not going to be over After that international incidents that may need US national Security focus may not get the full focus because of the uncertainty here over the election. Yeah, we've been hearing a lot about concerns about Postelection violence. What is the reality here? J. J. Well, the sources that I've spoken to are not buying into that They're not waving off post election violence, but they're putting it into context. It could happen, but not so much because people are upset with the outcome. But possibly, they say, because of underlying issues like race guns. Other issues that are normally a part of Of daily life here. Bottom line were being worn not to overblow the coverage because that in itself could trigger unrest because the media blowing up a minor issue into a national story could prompt people to take action. Well, one or national security officials. What do they need to do to really keep all of this under control for the next day or week or weeks Strike Mark. This is the key question, National security officials and, more importantly, the former national security officials that I've spoken to say the key for them is to stay focused. Stay in their lanes, Remember their missions, keep their eyes and minds open to new threat vectors and new sources. And realize that foreign actors know without a doubt right now that U. S National Security is in a vulnerable place because of the gigantic political vied and the uncertainty over the road ahead to stay focused on those things, and just remember what it is. They're supposed to be doing all right. J. J Thanks so much. That's our national security correspondent J. J Green. Now we're hearing that President Trump's campaign is poised to deploy and Army of volunteers, as well as paid staffers toe watch election precincts in Democratic leaning areas, they'll aim to gather accounts of ballot fraud that might be used to challenge the validity of the vote count. The effort is being led by a longtime Republican operative and former Trump White House aide who got his start in politics in 1993 by organizing investigations of voter fraud in Pennsylvania. Mike Roman has now organized what the campaign claims is 50,000 poll watchers, many of them coming through the army for Trump website. Hey, looking.
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"Still under their direction. Meanwhile, northwest DC along Georgia Avenue, they tell us they've closed off a couple of blocks north of Missouri Avenue for a demonstration. I'm Jo Conway. W T a P TRAP. Storm team 44 Day forecast. We're going to go live to Samara. Theodore. Hey, everybody. I'm still tracking a few showers and even a few spots still in her flood warning, including central Prince George's County. As we head through the overnight hours rain chances with us. So excuse me got the hiccups and then tomorrow we are waking up to some rain showers, but they should taper off throughout much of the day. Temperatures are going to be in the low fifties. Tomorrow afternoon. It's going to feel much cooler, though, because of the wind gusting upwards of 2025 MPH for your Saturday we are waking up to quite the chill. Freeze warning in a fact for parts of the areas north and west of D C. And then we have a frost advisory for some counties close to the Beltway, including Montgomery County, parts of loud and county. Oh, and that's going to be from three M to 9 A.m. on Saturday morning by Saturday afternoon, Low fifties and a good amount of sunshine for your Halloween Sunday. High temperatures will be in the low sixties, a mix of sun and clouds of the chance for a shower late Sunday and then the cold returns. We're talking thirties again Sunday night, Upper forties Monday afternoon, but plenty of sunshine. 54 right now in D, C. 52 in Largo and 52 in Suitland. Alright Samara. It's a 51. Today. Three people were killed in a knife attack at a church in southern France. The attacker is suspected of being an Islamic extremist. It comes less than two weeks after the beheading of a school teacher, and it's raising concerns about a possible new wave of terrorism in France. Here's w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green the political fallout from from comments.
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"In the area who were coming and watching. We're kind of crowding in the alleys between these buildings to stay out of the sight of police, you know, to prevent themselves from being swept up in this very sudden police clearances resulted here in northwest DC officers had protesters with what appeared to be pepper Spray, DC police tell w T O P. More Officers are heard following the unrest last night, but I couldn't say exactly how many. They also say A few protesters were arrested, though they have not disclosed the charges. Philadelphia Police commissioner says her department is going to release 911 tapes and footage from police body cameras in the near future in the shooting death of a black man following two nights of protests that set off clashes with police and break ins of stores. The death of Walter Wallace Jr. Who was shot and killed by police Monday, came amid already heightened tensions in that battleground state just days before the election. Philadelphia officials announced a curfew in the city from nine until 6 A.m. and Mayor Jim Kenny says that the Pennsylvania National Guard would also be deployed to help protect property and to assist the police. Coming up is post election violence. Really likely I'm J J Green, It's 5 37. If you don't know PPC, if you don't know if you don't know TT if you don't know, targeted display, social Media Man website development, male market and you don't have to all you need to know. Is 2060 digital way can help you with the digital marketing your business needs but maybe doesn't understand or have time to execute. 2060 Digital.
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"A wide area affecting quite a few people in front of me. There was one point where police almost sandwiched a group of about 50 to 100 protesters into a small Area of Georgia Avenue, including myself and several other members of the press, and it really did seem like they were going to arrest the whole lot of us people who are trapped in that area. I tried to speak with the officers and ask to be let out. They did not let me out. Even though I showed them my my. They're visible press credentials, but in the end they they actually did kind of part there Police line and let people escape. DC police tell w T O P Mohr officers or her tonight in this unrest, but we don't know how many four officers were arrested were hurt. Yesterday. More officers hurt this evening and tonight, protests began as a vigil at Kennedy and seven streets in northwest where the fatal crash took place last Friday night. We're going to keep you updated here throughout the hour throughout the night on w T, o p and w t o p dot com With MOHR demonstrations outside the fourth District Police station on Georgia Avenue in Thw STC. Some voters air getting intimidating emails and texts pressuring them to vote for certain candidates. Experts say they're part of a broader disinformation Campaign and W T. O P s National security correspondent J. J. Green says it could be coming from other countries. You know, a couple of weeks ago, something similar to this popped up and later we learned that it was not a domestic operation, but a foreign operation that was Essentially thought to be the work of Iran and Russia. That's most likely what this is, J. J says. If you get an unsolicited message, trying to sway your vote, delete it, and if you're looking for information about the election, go to a trusted source. Also ahead here on W T o P Parenting in a pandemic. Some parents and teachers are taking issue with DCs plan to bring thousands of elementary schoolers back to class will keep you updated here throughout the night. It's 10 14..
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"You. If you love someone who has a preexisting condition. Thank you. If you are under the age of 26 on your parents coverage, they're coming for you. Nice president Pants pushed back strongly. I hope we have a chance to talk about health care because Obamacare was a disaster. The American people remember it well, President Trump and I have a plan to improve health care and for present protect preexisting conditions for every American The other breaking story We're following for you this afternoon is theologian. Domestic terror plots in Michigan. First six men were charged in federal court today with conspiracy to kidnap the Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer at her vacation home. The winner has been praised, but also criticized deeply for her response to Corona virus in Michigan. Let's get more from double D T o P. National security correspondent J. J Green they conducted surveillance on the governor's vacation home. In one case, they discussed detonating explosives to divert police away from the home. There's another situation where they were talking about putting explosives under a bridge in Michigan, they purchased a Taser for use in the kidnapping and They did detonate and improvised explosive device wrapped in shrapnel to test its anti personnel capabilities. So this group was very serious. And in another case, Michigan authorities accuse seven others of targeting the state Capitol in Lansing, as well as law enforcement officers. Those seven who are in custody have been linked to a state militia group. They're suspected of trying to locate the homes of law enforcement officers to target and threatened them in order to instigate a civil war. Those seven also allegedly planned and trained for an operation to attack the Michigan capital. Kidnapped government officials coming up next stimulus talks are back on. But will they get Americans and businesses? Any financial help on Capitol Hill?.
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"Senate Republicans have cancelled legislative work until October 19th as the Corona virus sweeps through their ranks. Johnson's office says he's not experiencing any symptoms but will remain isolated until given the all clear by his doctor. President being treated at Walter Reed for covert 19 is not just a medical story. It also affects national security to tell us how I was joined earlier. By w. T o p National security correspondent J. J Green We learned today little after three o'clock that President Trump was going to have to go to Walter Reed Army Medical Center for treatment. For his covert 19 symptoms, and this is something that a source told me was a decision was not taken lightly, because even though the president had been on Lee reporting mild symptoms, he had not been feeling well for several days. So you know, despite that message that he was suffering from mild symptoms, the healthcare exports have spoken to as well, said the fact that he wasn't feeling well for several days. Factored into the need to get him treatment and well to read and to go through this Corona virus treatment protocol that he's going through right now, so there was a Concern. Great concern is back for his health yesterday because some of those symptoms we here were maybe a little bit more severe than we actually heard about. And what's the real story about those around him? Well, you may already know yet another person who has been around some of the people the president spent around has turned up. A positive with the covert 19 diagnosis. That's Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson. And the issue with that whole thing is, we just don't know what happened to the president. And when and just step away from politics and the election and all that and just take a look at The White House needs to keep some information regarding the president's secret. Simply put just because of foreign foreign interest, and things like when he actually learned that he was positive. This dream how he got it. No. What was the sequence of events? We heard one story regarding hole picks We hear as well. There's another story about who got it first. So you know, there are others around him. That may have it. There's certainly great concern within the military and the secret service about them because of their proximity to the president. We just don't know all the facts that we may not tell them because of those national security concerns. What White House will come and steal your GOP national security correspondent J. J. Green. The Corona virus, causing problems for the NFL. We hear about that in sports sports.
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"Crime. Prosecutors say lottery was off duty when he pulled the gun out during a confrontation at the Columbia apartment pool complex in the 12,000 Block of Little Protection Parkway also say that Larry was suspended by Hyattsville. Police by his attorney says his client is a decorated officer and a military vet and denies the charges. Doctors treating Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's Hissene condition has improved. He's off a ventilator and able to leave his bed briefly at the hospital in Berlin, Navalny has emerged as the biggest opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin. There's no information today concerning Navalny's poisonings and GOP's national security correspondent J. J. Green talked about. It was Sean Anderson, a German publication called his Eat. They reported late in the week. And we've been looking into it since then, and talking with a number of sources in Europe and here as well. And there apparently, is something to it. What they said was Navalny was poisoned with a quote new variant of the chemical weapon. No be Chuck, and that variant, they say, is something that was previously unknown to the rest of the world. It is said to be more vicious and more deadly than all known offshoots of the Nova Chunk family, which makes the decision of those pilots to land the plane that he got sick on before its scheduled arrival in Moscow. All the more important in saving his life. Why does this point to Russia on Ly Global Intelligence and sources have been telling us for decades that the Russian intelligence apparatus created this weapon back in the seventies and eighties? You're in the Cold War on Lee. Russian intelligence services could have carried this out. This is what German intelligence is saying today that on ly Russian intelligence could have done this with such a lethal and complex poison, they say. And they sight more details about this, saying this means that there's still producing it. There's still using it and it's still evolving, which is a very dangerous thing. Now. Today we understand that Vladimir Putin was put on the spot by French President Macron and asked about the situation. What did Putin have to say? Interesting. Putin did not address whether or not Russia did this. He was asked about Russia's involvement in this and he told my crone, we have nothing to say about it. That doesn't say we didn't do it. That doesn't mean we weren't involved. Somehow. That doesn't mean this didn't come from Russia. What he said was, we have nothing to say about it. And that is a very loud statement to the world. That is a lot more than what one might think is a denial. This is a very loud statement, and folks are taking it that that is W. T. O P S national security correspondent J. J Green That a protest across the line police in Leesburg say he did It happen here in.
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"Inland. The remnants from Laura will bring rain to our area on Saturday. I'm Storm team for meteorologist stimulate a Draper Anyone degrees now all the way down to 65 in some suburban areas late tonight, 7 40 could a hotly contested presidential election lied to domestic terrorism on this week's edition of the hunt with W GOP national security correspondent J. J. Green Scott. Stuart, vice president of Torch Stone, Global says we should prepare, prepare for the possibility off left and right wing extremist violence if the election result doesn't go their way. From a domestic standpoint, I am very concerned about violence leading into and after the elections. I believe that no matter which side wins, we're going to see Ah, violent response and whether that's thie. Pro Trump camp that is disappointed if he loses or whether it's the anti trump camp disappointed if he wins, And so I believe that we're going to see violence related, especially if the election is close and contested. What have you seen that makes you feel that way? I think first of all, just looking at the response we had to his last election trumps last election in 2016. You know, we saw ah, fairly violent response from anarchists at the inauguration. And I believe that just given the developments over the last several years and obviously the current Protests that we're seeing in places ranging from you know Wisconsin to Oregon that if Trump wins, we are going to see a pretty large and pretty violent response from the anarchist fringe on the left. What then? Do you think can be done to prevent it? Boy, it's going to be difficult to prevent. There's going to be difficult to prevent violence related to the election. To be honest, especially if it's close and if it's contested I guess the important thing is to prepare for it. Scott Stewart is vice president of Torts Stone Global. The full conversation at w t o p dot com Search NATIONAL SECURITY.
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"Than 20 people, including An off duty DC Police officer were wounded. U C. Police have a standing offer of 25,000 bucks for information leading to an arrest and conviction and the FBI's Washington Field office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms We hear is making a contribution, bringing the total reward now for information in the case to $75,000 believes we're asking anyone with more information to call them at 2027279099 or text 50 for 11 again for the number of the police department. That's 202727909 Line or text them and 50411 W T O p, A 12 07 someone shot at a US Air Force helicopter in northern Virginia earlier in the week, and even though the chopper made a safe emergency lending the good news here, it almost turned into a tragedy as we hear this morning from doubled his national security correspondent J. J. Green, it happened on Monday at about noon a U. H one N Huey assigned to the first helicopter squadron at joint base, Andrews was hit One person in the chopper sustained a non life threatening injury. The FBI Washington Field office says it dispatched special agents and it's evidence response team to the Manassas airport after receiving reports that helicopter was shot at from the ground nearby. The chopper was reportedly on a routine training mission when the incident occurred. The FBI is asking anyone in the area to contact them with information. At 202 to 78 2000 J. J. Green W T. Open you up ahead on Double D's He'll be this early morning. Coming soon. Public hearings on plans for new toll lanes.
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"With w T o p national security Correspondent J. J. Green High J. J. Hillary, the State Department is now confirming that the rewards for justice program is reaching out to people in multiple languages. Using text and other communications methods around the world. They're offering up to $10 million for details about the identity or location of any person who, at the direction of a foreign government interferes with US elections by engaging in criminal cyber activities. Some of those who've received those messages have expressed concern thing. They might be targeted by their own government as spies and could face persecution or worse. J. J. How exactly does this outreach work and how many people have they reached out to? Interestingly, the State Department won't say how many people they've reached out to They say they want to reach as many people as they can on people who have information that they can use actionable information that they can use to track down these people. They know that Russia they know that Iran they know their folks in China and beyond are engaging in activities that are designed that are designed to throw the US election off or to interfere with the election. They won't say who they're going after and how many people they just say it's a global effort, and there are ways that People that are interested in helping can confirm and verify that they are working with the U. S. Government. Hillary. Thanks so much J J That's w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green 3 43 CBS News Update. A special flight carrying evacuees to India, who had been stranded abroad because of the current virus, skidded off a runway and split in two while landing.
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"Concern grows about foreign election meddling. Here's double d T o P national security correspondent J. J GREEN In addition to Russia in the state of our relationship with China, former director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper suspects China's already deeply involved in 2020 election meddling, he believes, and the U. S. Intelligence seems to back this up that other nation states air getting involved as well. Iranians. Prison rule Any warrants voters to be skeptical about anything. They seem reader ear on the Internet with respect to social media. His advice figure out ways to corroborate validate things that they think that morning on the Internet more on this week's target, Use a podcast J. J. Green W. T O P new President Trump has announced a 10% tariff on aluminum imports from Canada earlier today, I signed a proclamation That defends American industry. Bye, reimposing aluminum tariffs on Canada. Canada was taken advantage of us as usual, and I signed it and it imposes because the aluminum business was being decimated by Canada very unfair to our job. Mr. Trump made that announcement during a campaign speech at a world pull factory in Ohio. The US put import tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum back in 2018 but remove them last year as part of a free trade deal. Stay with us here on Double D T O P Severe thunderstorm warning in effect for Southern Spotsylvania County the next 20 minutes or so, you get past sponsor Vania on I 95. You're going to run into some very heavy rain and thunder shower activity. Latest from storm team for next 6 37 years. Tony towns with Lee president US regulated industries that Microsoft our government customers need groundbreaking, transformative and innovative technologies and azure government secret delivers. With our mission. Critical cloud for classified data. Dodie and intelligence agencies can maintain security and integrity of classified workloads built in artificial intelligence capabilities, help enable smarter, faster decisions and allow agencies to move a step ahead of where they are. Microsoft's comprehensive, powerful cloud has already earned the trust of 7000 government agencies..