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"james holman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"james holman" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Not Rushing. To Conclusions Garcia, said law enforcement agencies in Colorado do a good job when I, hiring officers to ensure they meet standards, but they need to continue to monitor them. My understanding is and law enforcement That training is ongoing. He said he believes most cops are heroes, but added in in an interview on Monday. We have officers who lack integrity and violate the law every day that they're sworn to uphold. We should care about that. As elected officiers officials now other lawmakers spoke publicly Monday on the protests, including representative James Holman Denver Democrat. Who from the house? Floor called for holding law enforcement officers who abused their privilege accountable and. And who condemned rioting, but said that he supports the right to protest. I think we all support the right to protest, but when it comes to the gratuitous violence, the looting, the fact that many businesses also ready hard hit by the impact of Covid nineteen are now facing second wave of destruction of their livelihoods as a result of just out of control looting, and all the arson. That is taking place. Protests, but protests responsibly, not violently as violence only leads to more violence, I know..

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"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Good morning. I'm James Holman from the Washington Post. And this is the daily to for Thursday June twentieth in today's news, Iran. Shoots down a US drone hope Hicks stonewalls and horns are starting to grow on the skulls of some kids. New research suggests cell phones are to blame. But first, the big idea, Joe Biden is facing a growing backlash from prominent Democrats and a bit of second guessing from within his own campaign over comments in which he proudly described his history of working hand in hand in the Senate without racists, Biden's remarks, which came at a fundraiser Tuesday night in which he said one segregation is Senator never called me. Boy, he always called me son seemed intended to highlight a central argument of his candidacy that he knows how to bring unity to a polarized nation. Instead, they prompted another controversy for the former vice president and the sharpest detects yet from his rivals on matters of race that are central to his bid and important to black voters who were a crucial force in deciding the democratic nomination battle Senator Cory Booker, who's parents, faced racial discrimination when trying to move into a white neighborhood in New Jersey was explicit that Biden needed to apologize. Come la. Harris, the other African American Senator running for president said she was deeply concerned by Biden's remarks telling reporters in a capital, elevator that she wouldn't be standing there. If the senators Biden had worked with had their way going into another fundraiser on Wednesday night, Biden, pushed back aggressively against everyone calling on him to disavow his comments or apologize. He said, politics is being played and called on Booker to apologize to him. Here he is outside of donors house in Chevy Chase Maryland for what? Glacier, apologize. He knows better not a racist bone in my body. I've been involved in civil rights, my whole career period Booker responded to that by going on CNN around eleven pm last night. He said Biden calling on him to apologize. Was really problematic because it shows he just doesn't get it. Let's take a listen to what Booker told Don lemon. Somebody running to be the leader of our party should know that using the word boy in the way he did can cost hurt and pain, and we need a presidential nominee and leader of our party to be sensitive to that the Senator continued vice president Biden shouldn't need this lesson. And at a time when we have from the highest offices in the land, divisiveness racial hatred, and bigotry being spewed he should have the sensitivity to know that this is a time I need to be an ally. I need to be. Healer. I need to not engage in usage of words that will harm folks, the eruption exposes, a persistent disconnect in Biden's message on race as he seeks to establish primacy in the historically diverse democratic presidential field ahead of the first debates next week while the cited President Trump's racially divisive rhetoric is an inspiration for his candidacy and drawn strong early support from African Americans on account of being Barack Obama's number two for eight years. The seventy six year old has also struggled to explain his past views on issues of importance to the black community such as criminal Justice in school integration. Now, his history of collegiality with racists is being seen by many in his party as a reason to question, his judgment, not as Biden says a sign of his civility as seemingly random as it was for Biden to reference. Senator James Eastland for Mississippi a long ago deceased segregationist from his own party. Summoned Biden's campaign had heard him discuss this relationship many times before in private. And they warned him again. I mentioning it in public Eastland was in the Senate from the early nineteen forties to nineteen seventy eight he literally owned a plantation, and he said that African Americans were quote an inferior race. Multiple aids of told us that they personally urged Biden defined a less toxic example, like John McCain or Bob Dole. But as one senior adviser put it to us on background quote. He's not someone you can go to and just say, you've been doing this X number of years. And you can't do this anymore put another way you can't teach an old dog new tricks, and that's the big idea, here are three other headlines that should be on your radar. Number one, Orion shot down a US navy drone in the Persian Gulf region overnight. Iran's revolutionary guard corps said targeted the drone argue for Global Hawk inside Iranian airspace, over the southern province of Hormuz gone, which is right. Next to the strait of Hormuz a spokesman for the US navy's, Fifth Fleet directed questions to US central command which wasn't immediately available for comment, but a senior US official confirmed the incident to the Associated Press and said the drone was shot down by an Iranian surface to air missile. But this person said it was over international airspace. In the strait of Hormuz, the Revolutionary Guards, chief commander general ho, sane, salami said Thursday in a speech broadcast on state television that quote, the downing of the American drone was a clear message to America. Meanwhile, the Trump administration has started to push a narrative on Capitol Hill that Iran is closely linked with al-qaeda, this is drawing skepticism, from people who follow the issue closely, but more importantly, it's raising fears that this will be used as either a pretext or illegal justification for going to war briefings by secretary of state, Mike Pompeo as well as other State Department and Pentagon officials have led Democrats and some Republicans to ask whether the administration is trying to build a case. That the White House could use to invoke the war authorization passed immediately after the September eleventh attacks to battle terror groups as legal cover for military action against Tehran. Senator Lindsey Graham Republican, from South Carolina, who has Trump's ear was on Fox News last night, saying the president should bomb, Iran. If the country does anything else to disrupt shipping activity Graham said, quote, you should put the oil refineries on a target list, and look at sinking the Iranian navy if they attack shipping again, number to the White House blocked. Former communications director hope Hicks from answering dozens of questions from Democrats during a closed-door interview with the House Judiciary committee, a White House, attorney and Justice department lawyer argued that Hicks had immunity from questions about her west wing tenure although Hick's is a private citizen, the standoff and the White House has searching of an exemption. The Democrats say simply doesn't exist. Immediately raised the prospects of the house, asking a court to force her to testify, some members of the panel emerged from the new. Early. Eight hour session with Hicks predicting that the episode Walney fortify, their case that it's time to start impeachment proceedings, but impeachment proponents still face one. Major obstacle her name is Nancy Pelosi. She insisted yesterday that she feels little pressure from her caucus to change your mind. Meanwhile, Felix Seder a former Trump business partner, and a Russian board real estate developer will voluntarily testify tomorrow before the house intelligence committee, that closed, or interview is part of an inquiry by that house panel into Trump's longstanding interest in expanding his brand into Moscow, a topic that Adam Schiff that chairman of the committee has city intends to explore further cedar a US citizen was originally set to testify in March, but his appearance was postponed. He worked on to efforts to develop a Trump Tower in Moscow and he escort had Trump's kids Vonk and done junior during the two thousand six visit to the Russian capital. More recently cedar worked closely with Trump's than personal attorney Michael Cohen on a proposed Moscow development to begin in the fall of twenty fifth. Eighteen. Number three mobile technology has transformed the way we live how we read work communicate, shop and date. But we already knew this. Well, we have not yet grasped is the way that tiny machines in front of us are remolding our skeletons possibly altering not just the behaviors we exhibit. But the bodies, we inhabit new research, in bio mechanics, suggests that young people are developing horn, like spikes, at the back of their skulls bone Spurs caused by the forward tilt of the neck, which shifts weight from the spine to the muscles of the back of the head, causing bone growth in the connecting tendons, ligaments, the weight transfer that causes the buildup can be compared to the way, the skin thickens into a Callus as a response to pressure or abrasion. The result is a hook or horn-like feature. Jutting out from the skull just above the neck in academic papers. A pair of research. Searchers at the university of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia argues that the prevalence of the bone growth in younger adults points to shifting body posture brought about by the use of modern technology. They say smartphones and other hand held devices are contorted the human form requiring users to bend their heads forward to make sense of what's happening on their miniature screens. The researchers say the discovery marks the first documentation of a physiological or skeletal adaptation to the penetration of advanced technology into everyday life. We hear all the time from health experts warn of what they call text neck and doctors have begun treating what they call texting thumb, which is not a clearly defined condition but bears resemblance to carpal tunnel syndrome, but prior research has not blinked phone use to bone deep. Evolutionary changes in the body until now. And that's the daily to for Thursday June twentieth. Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman, I'll talk to you tomorrow. Mm-hmm..

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"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Good morning. I'm James Holman from the Washington Post, and this is the daily to two for Tuesday, June eighteenth today's news, President Trump announces that mass deportations will begin next week, the Pentagon deploys a thousand more troops to confront Ron and Paul Manafort won't go to Rikers after Bill bars. Number two intervenes. The first the big idea, here we go. Again, the president is officially kicking off his bid for a second term tonight with a huge rally in Orlando, as he does, we're getting more details about drama and palace intrigue inside is twenty twenty campaign. It turns out that a polling firm abruptly axed by the Trump campaign. This weekend was founded, and formerly owned by Kellyanne Conway, the counselor to the president sources say the move to fire. The pollster was supported by campaign manager, Brad par scale and Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law who's trying to play hands on role in the re-elect. There have long been tensions between Kushner and Conway and advisers, say, the purge was primarily orchestrated by Jared, and targeted at Kellyanne for his part, Trump publicly denies the existence of the internal polls that leaked showing him trailing. Joe Biden by double digits, even as his campaign team publicly. Firmed them. Trump advisers, say the president's supporters were expected to fill eighteen thousand five hundred seat Amway center are not paying attention to internal machinations, and certainly won't be swayed by early signs of turbulence their almost certainly right about that. But bigger picture is Trump announces their afresh indicators of darkening economic outlook that could undermine the central rationale for giving Trump a second term, the president faces a number of major decisions on trade and the budget in the coming months, just as the US economy faces the biggest headwinds of his tenure, forcing him to decide whether to recalibrate as recession fears mount for next year. Trump has threatened to escalate trade conflicts with China Mexico, the European Union Japan spooking business leaders leading some to pull back on investment. Similarly budget and debt ceiling talks with congressional leaders from both parties have sputtered raising the possibility of another government shutdown in October this uncertainty and a cooling, global economy. Any lead J P Morgan Chase to predict yesterday afternoon that there is now a forty five percent chance a forty five percent chance that the US economy, will enter a recession in the next year. That's up from twenty percent at the beginning of twenty eighteen Also Monday a key gauge of New York's manufacturing industry notch the biggest one month drop ever recorded the economy, softening of uncertainty around Trump's next actions or causing a delicate situation for the Federal Reserve, which is meeting today, and tomorrow, Trump is relying on the central Bank to cut interest rates to boost economic growth. But fed officials are trying to reconcile worrisome reports about the economy with other areas of relative strength, particularly the low unemployment rate in high levels of consumer spending, but the trade wars, keep raging, and that's also going to be a consideration ahead of the g twenty summit in the next few days, India, which probably hasn't been on your radar related to the trade war. Bob a small. But strategic strike against Trump designed to hurt his reelection campaign, the imposed retaliatory tariffs on twenty eight products that could cause a pinch their new penalties run as high as seventy percent affecting American agricultural goods, such as apples, almonds and walnuts as well as chemical and finished metal products from the industrial midwest. India said the move is in response to Trump's decision to revoke. India's preferential trade privileges though. India's actions affect an estimated two hundred forty one million dollars and imports a pittance compared with the numbers involved in the White House's trade battles with China and Mexico. This is another pressure point in an increasingly tense and uncertain global economic outlook. And that's the big idea, here are three other headlines that should be on your radar number one in a tweet last night. Trump vowed massive immigration arrests and the removal of quote millions of illegal aliens starting. Early next week. Now large scale enforcement operations are typically kept secret to avoid tipping off agents indeed last year. Trump threatened the mayor of Oakland California with criminal prosecution for alerting city residents that immigration raids were in the works, the US officials with knowledge of the preparations have said in recent days that this operation is coming, but they also said it was not imminent ice officials said late Monday night that they were not aware that the president plan to divulge in advance. Their sensitive operational plans. Over Twitter executing a large scale, operation of this type requires hundreds and perhaps thousands of federal agents in supporting law enforcement personnel, as well as weeks of intelligence gathering, and planning to verify addresses and locations of individuals who are being targeted for arrest the president's claim that ISIS would be deporting millions also just doesn't add up its odds with the reality of the agency staffing, and budgetary challenges ice arrests inside the US. Have been declining in recent months, because so many agents are busy managing the record surge of migrant families at the southern border number two. Acting Defense Secretary, Patrick Shanahan announced that he is, sending approximately one thousand additional troops to the Middle East Shanahan says it's for defensive purposes to address air naval, and ground based threats this deployment order came if you hours after Iran announced that it stockpile of enriched, uranium will surpass limits set by the twenty fifteen international nuclear deal in the next ten days. Meanwhile, the Europeans are getting more exasperated with the Trump administration's handling of Iran. France, Germany, and the European Union believed the US president has put them in an impossible position. And they think that he has made the Iranian threat far worse than it was a year ago for no good reason of the European partners to the nuclear deal only Britain so far has accepted that it is almost certain that Iran attached minds to those two oil tankers last week as the administration tries to present more convincing proof the Pentagon on Monday released several. Photographs, it says show Iran's involvement more clearly than the greenie video that was released last week. Bottom line Trump said repeatedly that his goal and Iran is no nuclear weapons, and that he does not want war, but events seemed to be quickly moving in the opposite direction on both counts. Number three Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, is no longer headed to Rikers island after attorney general Bill bars, number two personally intervened. In the case. A letter from Jeff Rosen, bars new number two who replaced rod Rosenstein indicates that he was monitoring closely, where Manafort would be held in New York, then on Monday, federal prison officials weighed in telling them in Hatton district attorney's office that Manafort will not be going to Rikers and said he will await his next trial, a federal lockup in Manhattan or potentially at the Pennsylvania federal prison, where he serving his seven and a half year sentence for wide-ranging financial schemes that's according to the New York Times, several former and current prosecutors say it's highly unusual, if not unprecedented for the deputy attorney general to weigh in on something like this most federal inmates facing state charges are held on Rikers island. Putting a potential damper on Trump's pardoned powers in a separate MU. The US supreme court. Reaffirmed the precedent yesterday that a person can be prosecuted by state and federal authorities for the same offense. The seven to two ruling rejected arguments that allowing subsequent prosecutions violates the double jeopardy clause in the Bill of rights which prohibits more than one prosecution or punishment for the same offense. Just Sam Alito wrote for the majority Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, and Neal Gorsuch of funny, duo dissented since eighteen fifties. The court is allowed an exception to the constitution's double jeopardy prohibition on the theory that federal, and state governments are separate constitutional actors with their own sovereign authority, this case, drew a lot of attention because of Trump's public musings, that he might pardon some of his loyalists and other officials who have been caught up in investigations of his administration. For instance, some states have said they plan to prosecute Manafort under their own tax evasion laws should Trump try to pardon him for his federal convictions. That would become a lot harder after yesterday's. Supreme court ruling. And that's the daily to two for Tuesday, June eighteenth, thanks so much for listening. I'm James Hillman, have a great day. I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Morning. I'm James Holman from the Washington Post, and this is the daily to for Monday, June. In today's news, rapists, in Alabama. Get rental custody rights. China moves to squash, peaceful protests. In Hong Kong. In some US embassies are still flying rainbow flags despite being directed not to by the Trump administration. But first, the big.

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"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Good morning. I'm James Holman from the Washington Post, and this is the daily to, to for Thursday may twenty third in today's news or Ron pushes back against US pressure and you may pay more for gas this weekend as a result. The Trump administration is slow to provide resources for combating the opioid epidemic and Elizabeth Warren admits she did previously unknown work for some sketchy corporate clients. But first, the big idea, President Trump angrily walked out of a meeting yesterday with congressional Democrats that was supposed to be about infrastructure. He said, he wouldn't work with them unless they abandon all the inquiries into his businesses presidency and personal finances. Then he went out to the rose garden and attack Democrats in what he called their phony investigations. It was like watching Trump deliver one of his Twitter rants in real life in a line for the ages, the president declared quote, I don't do cover-ups Nancy Pelosi called the spectacle, a temper tantrum Chuck Schumer said the president was trying to distract from his lack of a plan to pay for the infrastructure. They agree should be built some of the theatrics on display Wednesday were spontaneous. Others White House. Aides told us work. Premeditated. This is the third time in just six months that a meeting between Trump Pelosi and Schumer blew up spectacularly. In each case Trump handed Pelosi a huge gift a priceless moment that helps unify the democratic caucus behind her at a key time in this case Pelosi is trying to fend off calls from her rank and file members for impeachment. She went back and at a meeting last night, said that Trump's temper tantrum, again, what she's calling it proves that her strategy is working, and despite Trump's anger. The investigations continue a federal judge yesterday denied the president's request to block congressional subpoenas for his banking records, potentially clearing the way for Deutsche Bank and Capital One to hand over documents that have been subpoenaed, by House, Democrats, and we learned that Wells Fargo in TD Bank have already complied with subpoenas from the House Financial Services committee, about their dealings with the Trump organization last night. The New York state legislature approved a measure to grant congress access to Trump's state level tax returns, which Andrew Cuomo, the governor is expected to sign today, and the house intelligence committee announced that it will not enforce a subpoena against. General Bill bar after the Justice department agreed yesterday to turn over certain redacted materials and underlying information from special counsel. Bob molars report related to the counterintelligence part of the investigation. And that's the big idea here are three other headlines that should be on your radar. Number one. A Ron faced with relentless American pressure has abandoned its policy of restraint in his now pushing a series of offensive actions aimed at pushing the White House to rethink its efforts to isolate Tehran with the Trump administration tightening economic sanctions and intensifying, military pressure Ron is now seeking to highlight the costs it could impose on the United States, namely disrupting the world's oil supply, without taking actions likely to trigger an all out war over the past year. The Iranian government has pursued a strategy of relative restraint in the hopes that a democrat would win in twenty twenty and be less hostile the escalating economic pressure in particular the. Ending of US waivers for importers of Iranian oil. His strengthen the argument of hardliners in Iran, who see conflict with the US as inevitable. Meanwhile, the Pentagon is finalizing plans to quickly deploy up to ten thousand fresh G is to the Middle East in order to beef up defenses against Iranian threats. Officials say no final decision has been made, and it's not clear Trump would approve sending all or just some of those requested forces. But undoubtedly the American escalation continues in his first public remarks since resigning, as secretary of defense six months ago. Jim Mattis yesterday called for more diplomacy in the Middle East, and he hinted pretty strongly that he disapproves of the administration's approach to Iran. He previously had said publicly that the US should not pull out of the nuclear deal Madison's replacement. Meanwhile, is trying to tighten control over the information flow about what's going on an internal memo from acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan orders, the Pentagon to restrict what it shares with congress. About military operations not just in the Middle East, but around the world lawmakers from both parties are angry that the Trump administration has withheld key information that Bence them from executing their constitutionally mandated oversight role. Some lawmakers are also concerned about Shanahan allowing the military to be drawn to deeply into Trump's immigration agenda. Number two back on the home front. The Trump administration has been slow to provide resources for combating the opioid epidemic as Fenton all deaths continue to soar. That's the takeaway, for may major new post investigation that half a dozen of my colleagues have been working on for months. Trump has taken a number of steps to confront the crisis for sure to stem the flow of null into the country from China, and Mexico and to step up prosecution of these traffickers. Congress has also increased spending on drug treatment, but health policy experts say drug treatment funding is not nearly enough. And the administration's response was hobbled by the failure to appoint a drug czar during the chaotic first year as well as lingering confusion, frankly over who's in charge of drug policy in the Trump administration. The depth of the problem continues to overwhelm the government's response. And this administration has yet to produce a comprehensive strategy, which is legally required mandated by congress. The sad news is that twenty eighteen is expected to break the record set in two thousand seventeen for the number of opioid related overdoses in America in twenty seventeen the first year of the Trump presidency a record twenty eight thousand eight hundred sixty nine people died from synthetic opioid related overdoses, that's a forty six percent increase from the year before most were from Fenton awe, which is fifty times more powerful than heroin estimates for the first eight months of two thousand eighteen the most recent available show that an additional twenty thousand five hundred thirty seven of our fellow Americans have died. That's a toll on pace to significantly exceed the previous year. The Trump administration's continuing attacks on ObamaCare and proposed cuts to Medicaid could leave many people addicted to opioids even more vulnerable more than five hundred thousand people addicted to opioids could lose their drug treatment coverage. If the as repealed, which Trump is fighting to do in court CDC data obtained by the post documents for the.

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"james holman" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Car. It's expensive. So mine is a lease car. I don't spend any money on gasoline. People think they're like tin cans or something this is such a beautifully made car. We cannot believe that it is not flown out of the dealer. Lots. In part. It's probably would because it's been vilified by the right? As a symbol of the auto rescue. And then this from the mackinac center for public policy. Same question. So you think that the electric formation of the automobile is inevitable? And the national Senate Republic responded this way. In a two thousand eleven report every Chevy, volt has over twenty five thousand two hundred fifty thousand dollars in government subsidies. Every single volt over two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in government subsidies. The total amount of state and federal subsidies reach Chevy volt sold as as much as two hundred fifty six thousand eight twenty four per vehicle. According to a fiscal analysis by Michigan's mackinac center. Offer a car that only costs thirty nine thousand eight hundred twenty dollars. Quickly to get this number analyst James Holman looked at eighteen government programs now rebates grants loans tax credits. There's a total of three billion dollars in subsidies, including two point three billion dollars in federal money. Read yours and mine. Six hundred ninety point four million offered by the state of Michigan again, read your tax dollars. Who are these people? That can say, okay. Give us X number gazillion dollars. And we'll do this and this and this for these communities and today, we find out they're just arbitrarily pulling out a large town three small city. We'll be gone because of that. I guess they don't see that. And there's other locations Warren. And others. So high. These people said they weren't gonna do this. And in nineteen sixty seven I read about this one Cindy's history books. The cheese. The city of Hamtramck gave away the fire gave away all that beautiful land. For development now. They gave it to General Motors. But. As well. And..

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"james holman" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"By US armed forces special operators under the oversight command. Of William mcraven. Enemy number one. Who perpetrated the attacks on the United States on September? Eleventh two thousand one. Captured next cute. Now. Donald Trump says well, he wrote about bin Laden as a threat back before the World Trade Center bombing. And he seems to be wanting to get some credit that he understood what a real threat he was. But in the interview with Wallace, he saying mcraven, he seems to be suggesting that mcraven was too slow at getting them. Now, if you wanna complain about Bill Clinton's missed opportunity, or George W Bush's policy or the first two years of Obama before. They had Osama bin Laden in their sights. That's okay, that's policy. That's totally fair criticism. But to incorporate this into your pushback on mcraven that somehow it took too long to get a lot in the man who was charged with the mission that actually succeeded in doing so seems to be a bit odd. And again in this notion of Trump kind of just lashing out. He clearly is still stuck with this in his head as it has garnered considerable cable news coverage, and we know the president is a consummate consumer of that. He wrote on Twitter this morning. Of course, we should have captured Osama bin Laden long before we did I pointed him out in my book, just before the attack on the World Trade Center. President Clinton famously missed his shot we paid Pakistan billions of dollars, and they never told us. He was living, there fools. Exclamation point. He went on in the subsequent heat to sit tweet to say, we no longer pay Pakistan, the billions of dollars because they would take our money and do nothing for us bin Laden being a prime example, Afghanistan being another they were just one of many countries that take from the United States without giving anything in return that ending exclamation point. Again. This seems to be the president changing subject about US aid to Pakistan away from his totally inappropriate attack. On retired Admiral mcraven now. James Holman in the Washington Post and others have pointed out this is part of a pattern for President Trump about attacking credentials of heroes. I guess going all the way back to his line about John McCain in the summer of two thousand fifteen he prefers people that weren't captured and says he wasn't a war hero. But this notion that Donald Trump feels comfortable politicizing. These people who serve the country. Is at odds with what he professes publicly that he is the best for veterans that he's done more than anyone to build up, the US military, and that he uses the military wisely to protect the country the homeland. Now, this is the same interview where he expressed regret to Chris Wallace that he did not go to Arlington cemetery on Veterans Day last Monday and lay a wreath and pay his respects. He says he had just been to an American cemetery in Paris just the day before two days before and then he had a lot of affairs of state and phone calls to make. So he provided all these excuses yet expressed regret that he didn't go. I'm not clear if you actually regrets not going or his that's just a response to the blowback in news coverage he received about not going, but how in one week, you can choose not to go, you know, over the bridge and lay a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery to honor America's veterans, and you know, within a week's time you are on an a political attack against the Admiral who oversaw the operation that actually brought. Osama bin Laden to Justice only Donald Trump's universe. Does all of that make sense that does it for this edition of the daily DC? Thank you all so much for listening hope you'll tune in again right here tomorrow. So many people around.

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"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Good morning. I'm James Holman from the Washington Post, and this is the daily two oh two for Wednesday, October thirty first. In today's news, Paul Ryan slams, President Trump for trying to end birthright citizenship Trump's visit to Pittsburgh is met with protests and Republicans are still using Brett Kavanagh's confirmation processes around cry. But there's fresh signs the issues losing its potency. I though the big idea it's another October surprise the interior department's inspector general has referred one of its probes into the conduct of secretary. Ryan Zinke to the Justice department for further investigation. Deputy I g Mary KENDALL is conducting at least three separate investigations that involve Zinke. Well. An agency's inspector general regularly issues reports on what it finds it only refers cases to the Justice department when it is determined that there could be criminal violations. A senior White House official tells my colleague Josh dossey that the White House understands that the investigation is looking into whether secretary Zinke quote used his office to help himself. This helps explain why Zinke has been pushing in recent weeks to hire a loyal political nominee who could be hired to replace KENDALL. A career public servant who served in an acting capacity since two thousand. Nd nine one of the allegations under investigation. Regards the secretary's role in a Montana land development deal backed by David lesser, the.

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"james holman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The crowd. There were lifelong union Democrats who said they were throwing their support behind Trump and stabber who is running against Joe Rudeina vich and independent. Skip Sandman seed is being vacated by democrat Rick Nolan was retiring and national Republican see the eighth district is one that can be flipped from blue to red. So. So much. So that even national Democrats have started showing signs of retreat. If you look at sort of the the path to Democrats winning a majority it doesn't go through the northern part of Minnesota. It goes through the suburbs. Washington Post national political reporter James Holman, you've got to follow the money and money speaks louder than words. And so you watch where money has been spent, and when you see a shift in money away from a congressional district that tells you a lot about what they really think not necessarily what they're talking points. Are he says the three way race in the eighth district could also favours stopper, Susie? Jones WCC continue with behind the ballots all next week on a former Minneapolis FBI agent. Gimmick. Some insight into the capture of the suspect who allegedly mailed pipebombs two top Democrats. And that bombers Minnesota ties former Minnesota FBI agent, Nick O'Hara. Is applauding the work of law enforcement on the quick arrest of Fifty-six-year-old Caesar say the man suspected of mailing thirteen pipebombs to democratic leaders and other supporters. He spoke with WC CEO's, Mike max and told them the next step is a good interview. If they have a good interview with him that should kind of flesh out, whether he's alone actor or if he was in court. Oh, yeah. With others. But a good interview is pretty critical because they wanted to follow through SAM's and try to put the case to bed as soon as possible. But I saw I saw where he had a criminal record could easily be that maybe they developed a print print on the stamps on the envelopes on the packaging on on the components. It might have let him but the investigators to this guy. I don't know this is awfully quick to resolve a case. Like this O'Hara was right on the money hours later, the FBI confirmed. It was a fingerprint that led them to say 'Ok and the devices were not fake based on their initial analysis. They uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IEP that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that those Caesar say a look inside say ox pass showed in nineteen ninety-five. He lived in Plymouth and was arrested and charged with possession of crack cocaine and theft by swindle, according to a criminal complaint. He purchased a variety of liquid and pill products from nutrition stores in a diner in Bloomington. And what exchange the drugs with beans and water and return them for refunding court documents say he swindled the businesses out of five hundred sixty eight dollars and was arrested soon after the complaint goes on to say when I was being driven to the jail. He continuously thrashed in the back seat after he was removed from the car, they found point five grams of crack cocaine on the floor of the car in two thousand five hundred been county dismissed the case because the drugs were destroyed in nineteen Ninety-seven and had not been tested sack is a strong supporter of President Donald Trump. According to his social media feeding former agent O'Hara says perhaps this arrest could change the political rhetoric maybe to see some goofball doing this. Well, maybe help us decide that we need to be more. Open more polite. More friendly to the episode, Ed girl and heiress WCTC. Oh, it all starts with.

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"james holman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Crowd. There were lifelong union Democrats said they were throwing their support behind Trump and stabber who is running against Joe, Regina, vich and independent. Skip Sandman seed is being vacated by democrat Rick Nolan who is retiring and national Republicans. See the eighth district is one that can be. Flipped from blue to red so much. So that even national Democrats have started showing signs of retreat. If you look at sort of the the path to Democrats winning a majority, it doesn't go through the northern part of Minnesota goes through the separates Washington Post, national political reporter, James Holman, you've got to follow the money and money speaks louder than words. And so you watch where money has been spent, and when you see it shifted money away from congressional district that tells you a lot about what they really think not necessarily what they're talking points. Are he says the three way race in the eighth district could also favours stalbur, Susie Jones WCC all twelve thirteen WC CO for more on these and other stories WC radio dot com. It's time to check traffic and weather together. Here's Jerry Peterson trash on the south side of the metro to be aware of toes on the scene. Northbound sixty nine year yet highway one. Wine, you'll find just some minor slowdowns as come around the curve heading up toward the river bridge. You'll find some slowing on crosstown eastbound as meekly between Gleason heading over to valley view, thirty five W bit on the heavy side is make your way either direction need thirty fifth street and downtown Minneapolis, traffic and weather together exclusively on.

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"james holman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Lifelong union Democrats who said they were throwing their support behind Trump and stopper who is running against Joe Rudin vich and independent. Skip Sandman seed is being vacated by democrat Rick Nolan who was retiring and national Republicans seed, the eighth district is one that can be flipped from blue to read so much. So that even national Democrats have started showing signs of retreat. If you look at sort of the the path to Democrats winning a majority it doesn't go through the northern part of Minnesota goes through. Suburbs. Washington Post national political reporter James Holman, you've got to follow the money and money speaks louder than words. And so you watch where money has been spent, and when you see it shifted money away from a congressional district tells you a lot about what they really think not necessarily what they're talking points. Are he says the three way race in the eighth district could also favours stalbur Susie Jones WCC WBZ news time five thirty six Bengals services are tomorrow for James Denise clause? The parents of a thirteen year old girl who's missing Jamie clause was believed to be in the family's home in Barron, Wisconsin when her parents were shot to death on October fifteenth. She is still missing and search efforts have uncovered little evidence. Investigators have wrapped up their work in the house on the west side of barren, but have released little information. An update from sheriff, Chris FitzGerald, and Barron county said that investigators have come through fourteen hundred of these. Seventeen hundred tips they've received tomorrow's funeral for James. And these these close in the nearby town of Cameron classes are cancelled next Wednesday at the university of Saint Thomas instead school president. Julie Sullivan is scheduled a campus wide meeting against racism followed by trading sessions for faculty and staff yesterday. Hundreds of students spilled the Anderson student center for a silence sit in to show solidarity with students of color. This all comes after a racist. Message was written on the dorm room of a black student who had considered transferring out instead Kevin. Perkins says he'll stay at Saint Thomas. It's not known who left the racist. Message and officials on campus say no police report has been filed WBZ news time five thirty seven..

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"james holman" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"North Carolina, a former governor named Pat mccrory staked his entire election, a not just attacking LGBTQ people, but attacking trans people, especially and in a state that Donald Trump won by four points that same state voted to aalst for the first time in its history, the incumbent governor because he attacked our community, those attacks inspired, turn out across the state of North Carolina. Like we had not seen before LGBTQ people, allies, Democrats independents and some Republicans standing up and saying, we won't stand for this hate and voted to oust Pat Mkhori. We can repeat that in states all across this country, and I believe we're going to this November Chad Griffin, president of the human rights campaign. Thanks very much for being here. Thanks for having me Jonathan. Thanks for listening to Cape up tune in every Tuesday. You can find us on apple podcasts and Stitcher, and how about doing me a huge favor subscribe rate and review us. I'm trying to think k. part or the Washington Post. You can find me on Twitter at Cape heart, Jay. If you like Cape up Jonathan Cape are usually check out some of our other great podcasts, like, can he do that a podcast that explores the powers and limitations of the American presidency or try the daily to twos? Big idea of show that brings you daily analysis from political correspondent, James Holman. You can find these shows anywhere you listen to podcasts and learn more online at Washington Post dot com. Slash podcast. The Washington, Washington, Washington Post.

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"james holman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Again made contact with our leader. Mark Hello everybody Mark Levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight. Seven seven three, eight one three eight one one Carter page was not a Russian agent The charges against Paul Manafort have nothing to. Do with. Trump or the Trump campaign Lieutenant General Mike. Flynn was set up by the FBI second time Wow what a case these guys are building What a case Humanitarian, issues or many. Many years old there's not a single US attorney in the country who brought any charges against him and I don't know how Mr. Muller missed all this when he, was the director. Of the FBI for ten twelve years actually I think it was twelve years turned out And so much of this lawlessness occurred I, want to turn to the Washington Post whereas. I correctly call it the Washington compost my buddy. Buddy Oliver North used to call that Somebody named. James Holman h. o. h. m. a. n. n. The title of his pieces former Trump campaign advisor Carter page denied allegations of being a Russian. Agent will admitting he informally advised Kremlin officials in the past So The big. Idea he, writes the truth gets lost in the tweets through repeat a falsehood enough. Times many people will believe. It, wow that's very. Good Now he's. Quoting inaccurately but nonetheless Goebbels. Very, good Mr. Holman Special if you have fifty three point two million Twitter followers the, bully pulpit of the. Presidency in some media, outlets that uncritically, repeat your false claims It's been five. Hundred three days since President. Trump falsely claimed, that he. Adjusts found apparatus Obama ordered his, wires tapped in Trump, Tower before the two thousand sixteen election this is McCarthyism Trump tweeted. This is Nixon Watergate Now this has been addressed. What four thousand times But let's go on these donning accusation caught White House aides off guard who scrambled on a. Saturday to figure out what he, was talking. About they discovered that right wing. Pundit Mark Levin now you Bernie Sanders out there They don't. Ever call him left wing you've got this twenty eight, year old out there, they don't ever call him her rather left wing none of the Democrats none of the not but Marcus right-wing now I'm a constitutionalist right conservative. They dare not say that it's, that right. Wing pundit what is right wing You support the constitution and let's. Go on this is just a smear tactics of. The Washington compost and, this fall James home, they discovered that right wing pundit Mark Levin had. Made the claim without evidence on his radio show I. Never made the claim That Obama ordered Trump's wires tapped. I've only said this repeatedly I've written comments about this I speak on the radio about. It on TV about it I never used that language But they can't help it So the big lie. Mr. Homan is from. You the big liar Breitbart then at, the zenith of. Its influence highlighted Levine's comments someone placed a print out of their article in Trump's reading pile and presto a conspiracy. Theory from the fever swamps, now we're the fever swamps Was. Injected into the national conversation I stand by every damn thing I said And you know why you, clown because. I got it from your, colleagues your colleagues it wasn't, a, conspiracy theory eight separate news articles. Quote unquote including from the New. York Times Eight of them Eight exhibits Now which cut is this? Mr. producer. I recall I'm trying to. Find it, it's the. It's cut One. Okay are, you there Steer you. There's overwhelming hold on hold I didn't. Call. For it yet When I make sure you're alive and well because I. Didn't hear you. Now I want to. Respond by playing what I. Said cut. One go the evidence is overwhelming this is not about President Trump's tweeting this. Is about the Obama administration's spying and the question isn't whether it's. Spied we know they went to the Pfizer court twice. The quiet stop now we know they went to the Pfizer court twice how, did, I know. That Mr.. Komi leaked to. Me through his professor friend no The former deputy director of the FBI lak- to me. Through one of his folks know about stroke or pay no I had I, know The media reported. It, that's how. I know Go ahead The spine that is the. Trump campaign the Trump transition, Trump surrogate and I wanna walk, through this the..

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"james holman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So listeners I wonder if anybody out there right now, has Montenegro roots or ties to Montenegro and wants to call up. We've never done, this particular, call in, before any Montenegrin Americans, or anyone with, ties to that. Tiny country. Which I think has a population that a little less than the State of Connecticut around the population of. Washington DC not even the state but. Anybody with ties to Montenegro we invite you in on this two one two four three. Three WNYC four three three nine six nine two with James Holman from the Washington Post and Christina Maza from Newsweek so Christina you had an. Article yesterday headlined as Donald Trump questions Montenegro's place in, NATO alliance expands into region Russia wants to control now one could argue that this, really is NATO being aggressive this is the US all the NATO. Allies really. Getting into Russia's territorial kitchen by expanding all the way to Montenegro which used to be a part of Yugoslavia. All the way over there what's the NATO point of view on why go that far and what's the, Russian point of view I think really it's a question of sovereign So these countries countries like Montenegro in countries like Macedonia, they're very eager to join NATO a lot of their leadership they view Russia as a threat as encroaching on their own sovereignty and they, view NATO as a, guaranteed to be able to determine. Their own politics and their own geopolitics and, so, I, mean, Russia obviously NATO, was, formed, following, World, War Two and it was created in order to counter Soviet aggression in Europe. And a, lot of the Putin is never gotten over that Putin. Obviously he's a KGB KGB agents he grew, up in that atmosphere. And. He is very pro Soviet views Russia as a world. Superpower and he wants to maintain that position on the world stage and so he views encroachment as a threat he, doesn't want NATO to be on its borders. And so you know he's. Demonstrated that he's willing to go into countries like Georgia like? Ukraine interfere in the politics there in? Order to ensure that those countries can't join NATO and he is willing to do, that also in in Macedonia and Montenegro according to politicians and and courses there what's the is there a. Source of the Trump, reference in the clip we played which is so, cringe-worthy saying the Montenegrin people are very aggressive people is this like. A known stereotype of people from Montenegro Christina I'm I'm honestly not. Sure, what that was based on. You know this is a country of fewer than a million inhabitants it, has you know a standing, army of you know under two thousand people I what what. That would be based on their demonstration of. Aggression is not Jay was Russian experts and intelligence. Professionals including former CIA, folks were particularly alarmed not because that's a stereotype which obviously, is but because that is the exact language that the Kremlin uses that as a rush Shen talking point they often use to. Describe eastern Europeans. Who. Are are, not sort of under their, influence and so a lot of people, sort of had their in I raised because that's the kind of rhetoric that Putin uses to describe the Montenegro, administration which? Is from near the west and if any country has been aggressive you, could argue that it's been, Russia by the coup in Montenegro exactly so James put this in the context of all these, back? And forth with Trump and Putin this week there was. You know, I have no reason to think it would be Russia. Oh I, meant to, say I have no, reason to, think it wouldn't be, Russia than yesterday it was is Russia interfering in this year's election no oh. I didn't mean to say no I, was just saying. No I won't answer your question right at this time the answers. Really yes and now although this interview with Tucker Carlson was reported was recorded before Any of these flip-flop reversals it's just more evidence that Trump seems to be. Saying things that black backup platinum Putin's positions in? The. World, exactly it goes back to that. When I made a, minute, ago which is that the president versus the presidency. And we absolutely. You're. Seeing that, here we've seen this pattern, before remember after Charlottesville last year August the there is the racial violence on Saturday initially the president said you know both sides are to..

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"james holman" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on WGTK

"The answer welcome back america joined by james holman of the washington post james will be joining me on saturday on msnbc as well james the fall of rock a is a huge deal for the world mike gallagher congressman in veteran of the iraq war said on the show earlier it would not have happened had not donald trump ordered tactics changed general mattis ordered tactics change cia director pump pale ordering tactics change so get say trump driven liberation of an enemy occupied capital will anyone cover it that way today trump on it be talking about it regrets yes i mean i've been watching him post story i think the coverage has been very good we actually have aren't there recovering this aggressively in have been covering every in and out of it and i think that that that for white house communications director throughout the president should be out there talking incessantly about rocket not you know attacking the media for up to distract us from the bad perked you know what is going on but also the good uh and so but but even if they don't talk about it it still that news i i don't wanna give the the news media the excuse that trump is scattered with his tweets which he is he's tweeting about the nfl this morning tweeting about this alleged story of his called her a gold star mother a story i don't cover because it just makes me so i don't think we should politicize gold star families ever but the media owes it to people explain where did rock come from how did they get control of that and why is it liberated now and did it's like not covering the fall of berlin or equal artery got that in our defence the washington post covering the story we actually have a very high on our home page and we have we have people on ground and depend who quarters who've been covering it i talked to me a little bit then about the compromise i think the alexander murray compromises in a compromise and it gets a cave and that if republicans don't get a lot more there isn't a deal here that we had a remote chance of getting out of the the.

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"james holman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The patriot welcome back america joined by james holman of the washington post james will be joining me on saturday on msnbc as well james the fall of rocket is a huge deal for the world mike gallagher congressmen and veteran of the iraq war said on the show earlier it would not have happened had not donald trump ordered tactics changed general mattis addis ordered tactics change cia director pump pale ordering tact exchange so it's say trump driven liberation of an enemy occupied capital will anyone cover it that way today trump out of the talking about it regrets yes i mean at the washington post story i think the coverage has been very good we actually have their recovering this aggressively in have been covering every in and out of it and and i think that for white house communications director drought the president's should be out there parking and certainly that rock a not you know tacking the media for up to distract us from the bad perked you know what is going on goal through the good and so that but even if they don't talk about it it still that news i i don't want to give the the news media the excuse that trump is scattered with his tweets which he is he's tweeting about the nfl this morning tweeting about this alleged story of is called will goldstar mother a story i don't cover because it just makes me so i don't think we should politicize gold star families ever but the media owes it to people who explain where did rock come from how did they get control of that and why is it liberated now and did it's like not covering the fall of berlin or her ankle arguably got that article on washington if covering the story we actually ever story high on our home page and we have we have people on the ground and depend reporter tube uncovered new to talk to me a little bit then about the compromise i think the alexander murray compromises in a compromise and it gets a cave and that if republicans don't get a lot more there isn't a deal here that we had a remote chance of getting out of the the senate much less the house is that your assessment yet fully that her no chance there's no appetite i you can talk about how it important prevent people from leaving health care and medical with your and for bail out for health insurance.

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"james holman" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"james holman" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Eight welcome back america joined by james holman of the washington post james will be joining me on saturday on msnbc as well james the fall of rocket is a huge deal for the world mike gallagher congressman and veteran of the iraq war said on the show earlier it would not have happened had not donald trump ordered tactics changed general mattis ordered tactics change the aaa director pump pale ordering tactics change so it's say trump driven liberation of an enemy occupied capital will anyone cover it that way today from talking about it regrets yes i mean at the washington post story i think the coverage has been very good we actually have look they're recovering this aggressively and have been covering every in and out of it and i think that that for white house communications director throughout the president's should be out there talking incessantly about rocket not you know hacking the media for up to distract not just from the bad perks in a what is going on but all through the good and so but but even if they don't talk about it it still that news i i don't wanna give the the news media the excuse that trump is scattered with his tweets which he is he's tweeting about the nfl this morning is tweeting about this alleged story of his call to a gold star mother a story i don't cover because it just makes me so i don't think we should politicize gold star families ever but the media owes it the people explain where did rocket come from how did they get control of that and why is it liberated now and did it's like not covering the fall of berlin agreed in order to front the washington post covering the tory we actually ever very high on our home page and we we have people on ground and defend reporters yuban covering it so talked.

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