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Sara Carter Says President Trump Shook up Washington
"I think what President Trump was able to do for the American public was actually by being the outsider was actually so. The corruption within within the bubble of Washington, D. C. And he did so by rattling their cages, right? I mean Washington, I mean, would literally shaken in its boots. When Trump became president. Remember that people were crying on election? Not any All of these journalists were alive. I was getting emails from people. Friends of my Yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah, People were like you'll never believe what's going on behind the scenes. Panic has totally broken out behind the scenes. You know, it's great to see. Oh, awesome. Yeah, It was so awesome. I remember being in New York, you know? At the president's, um, celebration party, which you know, I think no one expected, uh, him to, you Know, win. And so I remember everybody was leaving to the Javits Center because all of these reporters except for the ones that were had to cover President Trump and I remember again how bummed out. They all were right. Like, Oh, man, we got to be here and Hillary is going to win. Hillary's going to win. Remember seeing their faces. And just watching the tears, flow and not of happiness. But when President Trump and his family walked out, Pennsylvania's called Wisconsin's called, You Know, We're standing in there in the hotel and look at the Hyatt. I'm trying to remember. I'm not really that good with that with that, remember where we're at in the ballroom that I just can't remember the name but I remember at the party at the Victory party. And I was just stunned. I'm like, Wait a minute. What's going on here? Because I've never seen this as a journalist
"javits center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Javits Center is probably the most convenient for me to get to, but everything else goes out. You know hundreds of miles. So it says appointments available, but when you could schedule it has to die. Volume appointments cannot be made at this time for this location. State Health Department spokesman said. As of mid day yesterday, they were booking about 350 appointments a minute more than 100,000 total, and he urged to those eligible to keep trying. The website has appointments are continually added A new report finds it could take until 2023 or later for New York City's economy to recover. That's according to economist James, Parent of the Center for New York City affairs at the new school. He says it won't be easy to replace the 750,000 jobs The city has lost during the pandemic, the greatest number of them in the restaurant industry. He says. The arts, entertainment and recreation sector was the hardest hit proportionally. In an other sectors like hotels and retailing. What I call the face to face service industry category, job losses have been about twice. Proportionally in New York City as at the national level. Parrot estimates that 70% of all job losses were among young workers, and the heaviest concentration has been among people of color. For more on the report, go to gothamist dot com. Lunar New Year is typically the busiest time of the year for Chinese restaurants, and this year, the holiday comes as the state expands access to indoor dining. Aiming Long owns Cafe China in midtown and birds of a Feather and Williamsburg, Brooklyn. She says many customers were excited when the city decided to expand into our dining to 25% capacity and until 11 p.m. instead of 10 o'clock You have a good meal with friends and family is treating, you know, highlight for the Chinese New Year. She says the expansion of indoor dining has been a much needed lifeline for Chinese restaurants after.
The Latest: California to put seniors in line for vaccine
"Coronavirus cases and deaths continue to rise in some states as mass vaccination programs expand leaders of some Arizona hospital say they may have to ration lifesaving care Dr Marjorie Bessel a banner health said they're facing one of the worst infection rates in the country about one in ten Arizonans is currently infected Basil says staffing should not be an issue health care workers have been vaccinated New York Javits center is open for mass vaccinations but state health commissioner Howard Zucker says supply is a big issue we only get three hundred thousand doses each week from the federal government and at that rate it could take up to six months to vaccinate everyone currently eligible supply is also an issue in California but the state is immediately allowing people sixty five and older to get the vaccines I'm a Donahue
Trump Reportedly Canceling Election Night Party At Washington DC Hotel
"The president has reportedly called off his election night party. Over at Trump International Hotel. But the reason why is apparently they want to Kind of last minute to do this, but I guess since he owns the place, he could do it. Everybody else would probably have to pay some huge fee. But they want to do the election night party at the White House. Eric Trump kind of spilled the beans in interviews that we're thinking about moving it actually over to the White House. We're looking at that right now. It's going to be a great night, said Eric. So They put out a they do You know how the campaigns do this from campaign last weekend sent out a fund raiser. Hey, If you send in some money, you will be entered into a raffle and the winner, along with a guest will be flown to the nation's capital free of charge. You will have overnight accommodations and attend the November 30 party at Trump International VIPs. So I guess that person is going to have to go to The White House is not. It's not in concrete, but it sounds like they're moving it over to the White House. No. One I don't have it the way I don't have it at the hotel. I remember right? The party four years ago was at the Sheraton. In Manhattan, one in Midtown. And Hillary had her party in New York as well. It was over at the Javits Center. But that party never never, ever ever happened. This.
Ariane Goldman, founder and CEO of HATCH
"Is it about your upbringing or the people around you you had or even your education that you think made you. WanNa take the leap into doing something different. You Know Amax is a beautiful organization. It was almost like golden handcuffs especially as entering your thirty s and potential motherhood. I mean they treat women so fantastically maternity care at the whole bit. I have a certain thirst for life and I've always. I was born ambitious after spending eight years growing growing on this journey. I wanted more and I needed to kind of use my hands to make something happen. I'm daughter of to entrepreneurs my parents work together my whole life so we would be at the javits center and I'd be kind of those booths with them and I just you know I would nowhere. Their factories were in India in New York and I kind of knew the language and the recipes there and I just a little claustrophobic in the corporate safety and you live once and I want to take risks and I was searching for a way to express my creative my creativity and I. It wasn't necessarily something I was able to do it Max so I went to Parsons at night to try and kind of cultivate something and I thought Interior design might be that and then I fell in love with a creative filmmaker. You didn't understand any of the ACRONYMS that was talking about American Express and he urged me to kind of really chase. My creative dreams and of us are born with talents and arts and some of us have to find it so I was searching for mine having a business school education and also kind of being savvy in the fashion front when I was getting married and realizing that nobody was kind of fitting that void of why do you have to hate your best friend for buying a bridesmaid's dress one like there should be a celebratory. You great you want to feel hot and sexy and awesome at your friend's wedding. Why do you have to suffer and spend money to do so so that that kind of light bulb and off? That's where I really knew that there was something there. And that's what kind of urged me to take the chance to jump ship. So let's talk about that moment. You went into what the idea was for two birds but you were experiencing a lot of changes kind of all at once getting married thinking about potentially leaving Amex. What was going through your mind. I was searching for something to hold onto to grasp onto something that gave me the momentum to kind of say. It's okay to take this chance. This risk my parents wanted me to stay safe. I remember talking to my mother-in-law. She said absolutely do not quit your day job area. You'd be nuts and yet it wasn't good enough for me because I couldn't imagine the next ten years of my life climbing this ladder higher and higher so for me. I was using the transition as time to ask the questions and kind of get comfortable with the change because my life was changing. So why not throw something else into the mix because if we're GONNA start a fresh really start afresh. But I wasn't that bold what I did was. I was fortunate enough to sign on with Amex a consultant. Which allowed me to get incoming. Y- dollars a paycheck while I was able to kind of build two birds and go to the factories. And do some of that stuff so I was able to. Kinda work both where it wasn't lacquer white all or nothing I want to understand. Can of your poached to side. Hustles. Especially right now. In a time where a lot of people need to be creative about thinking how to turn their side hustles into their main hustle. Choctaw US just a little bit about how you treated. Your Company Aside Hassle. I think anything that inspires you on the side like starting a business recreating something. That wasn't there if that passion is inside you and you can feed it daily somehow one way you know designing your logo putting it on a business card sending it to anything. That's kind of low lift to get that snowball rolling. I mean that's when it's building in. You're not necessarily doing a one eighty and shifting everything but if you can build something that has value enough to make that change Safer for you. My advice would be to do something every day. That just kind of drives that forward because before you know it you're going to build something really beautiful or you're gonNA ask your questions and find out the hard way that maybe it's not. It's not viable but at least you're doing it on the side where you're not you don't have everything on the
"javits center" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You had the Javits center had the president billed you for a three thousand bed hospital for millions of dollars in the Javits center the center for millions of dollars US comfort thousand beds at four thousand empty beds you could have sent the the patients there the nursing home would be more than happy to do that obviously would have been better for everybody anyone that killed four thousand people so he's got a problem and if he keeps claiming the White House all they gotta do is order a federal investigation which will once and for all take him down so he better be really careful with that Hey we got to get to this this is amazing you know A. O. C. I just gotta go obviously everybody wants to get rid of a see we got a chance to get rid of her there's a great candidate against her and a big battle erupted today between the two of them will go over it in a moment it's mark Simone here for Buck Sexton is at the White House today with the president United States will be back tomorrow night and I'll tell you all about it but we'll get to A. O. C. and a lot more coming up next on seven ten W. O. R. balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time I've taken up momentum vitamins for many many many many years and I've never tried anything that works like that within the first two or three months is when I started noticing a burst of energy I mean I just don't need as much sleep I used to always be tired I mean every morning I'd wake up feeling like I never left and now it's like I'm waking up at five or five thirty in the morning like I'm wide awake and I'm good to go so that part is unbelievable and I'm not dragging by the end of the day either it's amazing it's absolutely amazing I've been sharing it with everyone I know I swear by the stuff.
A very Canadian solution to a problem well hopefully never face
"At the heart of today's topic is a problem. That Canada will hopefully never face when you just have to look around the world to see how devastating it can be when it does happen in a muddy field outside on an army of bulldozers is breaking ground racing to build up thousand bed hospital to treat victims of the corona virus the Congo. This French train is far from the usual bags and suitcases. This high speed service has been requisitioned for medical use the makeshift hospital and the javits center now is taking patients and there is another field hospital going up this in central park. If covert nineteen spikes again and overwhelms our healthcare system. Canadian officials will have to act quickly. They will need to create a task force and develop a plan to handle the overflow. Who will put that plan together? How fast can they do it? Where will the building go? Where will the beds go where we'll the nurses dress? How does a field hospital come together while sitting on some of their desks will be a very Canadian document to help them? Figure that out because it turns out that almost every place in Canada from our biggest cities to our smallest towns as a facility that is ready and waiting to be turned into a makeshift hospital. I mean you can probably guess what that is. But I don't want to spoil the surprise. The story of how this plan came together and exactly what would need to be done to execute while. That's also very Canadian. And so right. After Claire gives us an update on cove nineteen in Canada. Today I am pleased to present a very good news story. Both because of the fact that this document exists and because so far at least it looks like it won't be needed so clear. How are we doing? Canada marked a grim milestone on Monday. Topping five thousand deaths from Kovic nineteen and most of those more than three thousand are in Quebec despite this schools in Quebec outside of the Montreal area have reopened with restrictions in place schools in Montreal are set to reopen may twenty fifth in British Columbia Phase. Two of the reopening plan will start next week if the cove nineteen situation. There remains as steady as it's been so phase two means. Some businesses will be allowed to reopen with some restrictions in place and people will be allowed to gather in groups of up to six people after the Victoria Day long weekend. Bbc's provincial health officer. Dr Bonnie Henry cautioned everyone to be patient and calm in the coming weeks. Ontario saw another day of decline in cases of covert nineteen on Monday and the province's chief medical officer of health. Dr David Williams said the province is anticipating whether or not it can begin the next phase of recovery. Despite this terrier state of emergency is expected to be extended today until June second as of Monday evening sixty nine thousand nine hundred and eighty-one cases of covert nineteen in Canada with five thousand one hundred deaths. I'm Jordan he's Rawlings. Is the big story. Kennedy Smith is the managing principal of an engineering firm called integral group and He started down a long process that led to an interesting Potentially Very Canadian solution to a problem. Kenny hi I'm doing all right thanks My first question for you is just. How did the group that began? This process come together. And what was its original intention in a weekend to work from home or a couple of weeks and I was. I was sat home one night and I just start thinking by you know. How can we respond as a design construction operations community to help what's going on in the world and and more locally within our community My wife is a is a narcis sick kids. So I also start getting a bit of fear around if if additional facilities or temperatures were needed in if they're if they're put up too quickly or a certain way it may actually create another area of risk for people working within them. So I just started thinking about you know. How can we respond for the right reasons as a community? And I reached I. I'd just can reach site to some some people in Lincoln and made an open call just to whoever was interested. Whoever was willing to put forward their own personal time adds to help right across our industry. So everything from architecture engineering fabrication construction operation. Everything just kind of put it out there. And the response was fantastic. And a lot of people responded. I think I think people were kind of looking for an opportunity to help in any way they could. And and this gave them this this platform to do it So a lot of people responded and we just kind of kicked it off and started from there really moving beyond that we we started speaking to some people on the on the user side trying to understand the actual needs of healthcare professionals the hospitals. And I'm the timelines 'cause you know we're we're used to designing and constructing sewer lengthy timeline. So you know right off the right out of the gate. They told us You know these things if their needs Would NEED TO BE IMPLEMENTED WITHIN. Can of two three weeks so a create this very very fast rapids requirement. We realized that we essentially had a week to try and pull something together with team. Yeah so then. We kicked off and started going. What was the first step? I guess In that process. And what were you considering as you sort of looked around at what might be available? It was it was quite crazy. I mean I think usually you've got some more time to really reflect and gather ideas across in many different groups in this scenario you've got a lot of people That have amazing ideas but you also have to make decisions very quickly to to try and move things forward so the first step was just kinda committing to a building type and kind of moving forward with a design and construction at a church for that building type. How many different kinds of buildings did you look at? And what was the that you had? So I think initially we. We started thinking on a large scale when you saw what was happening across the rest of the world in the UK in the United States where there were retrofit saying no major convention centers arenas airports we we. I started thinking about that and then after speaking to the healthcare user groups of Front we realized that maybe a more scalable solution would be better based on the on the needs as they came in so something that wasn't necessarily a too large scale Something that was more medium scale that we could actually implement some better measures to control the The clinical functions of space and air movement. Things like that so we first started considering large and then we started thinking what is a good can building type. On that museum scale that could be easily replicated first of all locally but an essentially anywhere in Canada we thought about hotels. There is a really good opportunity with hotels for People who couldn't self isolate People who couldn't get into amp shelters Could you know accommodate the needy and The people that needs to be helped on they could safely self isolate but in terms of a clinical function. It's Kinda hard to and I'm with the constant Clinton and maintaining the conditions in that space. So yeah we landed very quickly on arenas and then very quickly on ice arenas and you know is very Canadian response They are located all over the commune insane over Canada and the buildings themselves. Although there's there's there's variations of them the main components of these buildings don't really differ that much so you have the kind of ice arena where the WASHROOMS are entranceways Asi. Tin Area Zamboni entrances. You know these. These are all things that remain pretty consistent across any facility so if we could create a designer or sponsor runs one it could easily be replicated across any so. I think that's that's how we can have whittled a dining came to that as that building site so I think everybody listening can kind of picture either a professional hockey arena or their own local arena with the same kind of characteristics. When you're starting with that what do you then have to do? In order to convert it into something that can really help patients and also maintain safety like what does that actually look like on the ground. If you were to put this into action I mean I mean the first thing you've got to consider as what are the clinical functions you know what's it going to be used for? What do the healthcare professionals need in that space? And then can hide you separate out the building to maintain separation between kind of clean and clean supplies or supplies. 'em Hygiene tain separation between people and processing people can come in and and and leaving so we very quickly came Syria. A consensus with the team with some amazing healthcare plan ours. About how do we can chop up the space and very kind of basic terms to separate and maintain these functions so it was really using that main ice arena space to to have patients fitted and embeds comfortably? That could be checked on and could be tended to And then some of the exterior spaces could be fitted for the healthcare professionals storage of supplies and and then maintain some of the base building function so still maintaining the washroom areas and the change rooms for healthcare professionals and patients alike and then in the exterior spaces at most of these locations or surrounded by parking There's there's usually space around them so we had opportunities to also include four temporary trailers or additional spaces to store equipment and to put in additional mechanical equipment to maybe have some some temporary areas for doctors nurses to actually get some downtime and to hang out so You know we could kind of add to it like Lego blocks and as as where needed with I really doing too much to the existing infrastructure. Yeah I've taken a look just at one of the little plans you kind of sketched out yet. Looks Amazingly Just like a hockey arena only It's been transformed. Did you game out? How long that would take you and how much it would cost. And how quickly you can set it up. Because I know we've heard things from around the world of you know how quickly China has thrown up field hospitals or quickly. New York has transferred stuff. So what's the timeline in the cost there so I mean the cost is something
"javits center" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Filling the Javits center or the the the navy hospital ship comfort never unbelievable you know the same Howard Zucker who decided not to buy the ventilators that New York desperately needed when they did the November two thousand fifteen story anyway but this indicates the coronavirus mortality rate NBC news even reporting while casually they even get something right is far lower than previously thought there the member they were up to three three and a half percent fatality rate that's a more tally right that that's what they were saying you know the the much predicted surge did not materialize in lockdown free South Dakota now they had a problem at a meat packing plant Iowa had a similar problem but they literally they drove on really quickly and from what I hear anecdotally now that most of those people are are getting up and and running again there is a study that shows a growing number of recovered corona patients can get re infected that's from doctors in Wuhan I I just can't I can't report it and it's being covered but I can't report that but this is just ridiculous our this is this is how sick people are and I'm we're going to get to a friend of the program former professional baseball player Dan but he's he has with us and in a just a second so local Democrats in Detroit Iraq's gonna hold a vote this weekend to censor a lawmaker who met with president trump and credited him with saving her life after he touted hydroxy Cllr Quinn now I'm only saying this I'm not getting involved in the whole medical mass data it cetera but early data New York state's hydroxy Clark when clinical trial now being reviewed by federal agencies will have some results there you know by the way it did there now debunking by the way this widely sake cited non clinical trial which was so flawed and everybody raced to run to run the results one of the things that member Dr oz kept saying you get your fight the with the army you have not the army you wish you have we kept saying and again I'm not a doctor consult your doctor blah blah blah but it showed enormous hope we've all the stories about it and then I read the letter all of this board certified rheumatologist at cedar Sinai this guy's name is dot Daniel Wallace nobody in the media wanted to print his letter inherited the largest lupus practice in the U. S. nineteen eighty five cares for two thousand patients with the disease most of his patients take or have taken H. C. Q. he's authored over four hundred peer reviewed papers written the principal lupus textbook past chairman of lupus foundation of America wrote so we're collagen research foundation what about he's he's authored numerous articles on antimalarials this is his words hi Dr Sikora Quinn H. C. Q. plaque when all is a very safe drug it's been given tens of millions of individuals in the world since its approval in nineteen fifty five sixty five years now and as a therapy isn't model therapy is not associated with any deaths in the recommended dose forty two years of practice no patient of mine has ever been hospitalized for a G. Q. then he says there are no protocols you don't get EKG ease before percent prescribing a C. Q. never had a problem talks about the fact that it's also been given with as a throw my isn't a problem at least then this is the conclusion is has the risk of taking four hundred milligrams AC Q. a day following a single dose six hundred milligram H. C. Q. loading dose but thirty or sixty days the risk is nil his words unless one has an allergic rash or upset stomach I'm a said contrary to all these articles and we find out this this Brazil thing apparently tons of of of doses were like five times higher than anything anyone has ever heard of all right Dan is whether stamina easier he is a friend of the program former professional baseball player with the Minnesota Twins and author of coach Dan on sportsmanship he got the coronavirus her how are you feeling and I'm sure that sucks Hey Sean yeah no I got hit by a Mack truck and locally in getting better day by day and you know as I get older there's no doubt my faith gets stronger and first thing I want to do is that is give the grace of god and along with the power of prayer my family friends and hear the prisoners at the cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Paterson he prayed for me every day and because those masses in Alvor troll people tuning in from all parts of the country at over five thousand people praying those prayers work disproved Izzy's tried to take over my mind it was successful taking over my body body locally for short period of time but what the one thing you can do is break my spirit how bad they get and and how long now we talking about since you contracted okay so twenty eight days from my first symptom exactly to the day where I had a I had a fever and then I got tested two days later it took them about four days to to send me the result I didn't either results I had every every symptom in the book that you know you hear about the fever dry cough I had it contains I had tremendously bad headache and so so I get the results on Thursday and then that following Sunday comes around and it was just the the shortness of breath started get I have one of those little finger monitors and monitors my to level and it got so bad where I had to take myself to the hospital you're you're like classic everybody I've talked to a lot of talk to so many people late at night all day long so how are I how old are you by the way forty eight formerly eight at former Avenue underlying conclusions Rainer I do have a slight asthma S. U. inhaler that I probably use once or twice a year one around cats I think it's not his disease those special because it's a long how did you get better how to get better well there were many many reasons they got me better but I tell you hi the first ten days I was just taking Tylenol and that was not working I was getting worse and I answer the hydroxy clerk when when I got to the hospital and they said there's no guarantee we're gonna give it to you they actually so yeah I they they diagnosed me with pneumonia as well but my numbers weren't that bad I guess in the in the ER city so we can send your home or where you can spend the night but there's still no guarantee we're going to give you the drugs and it was then that I I I called a friend a doctor friend Dr Charles the woman from New York City NY said you should you should stay the night and I'm glad I took that advice so they ended up giving it to me they gave me and and I and and they didn't give it to me with you know you hear the stories about with same car with the Z. pack they gave it to me straight up it was twice a day for for five days I didn't grams a day for five days correct and at the end of those five and and and at the beginning of the first night in the hospital in my darkest hour middle of the night you mind starts to go to that place you know we've all been there fear anxiety doubt your question god you see the death tolls and I did allow myself to go there though you know I I I had a very small conversation with the lord and I said simply if this is your will I'm not ready I have a wife and boys but the other two boys at home that need me and so much more to do and I started getting better each and every day but there were there were many other factors that that led to my recovery what do you do that from your experience you think I help you well absolutely I'm not a doctor but I do know that when I didn't take that like every second with any says he's saying I'm not I've never said that I was told to consult your doctor United but the best thing that I got out of it was it's doesn't hurt people that's what that's what doctor Wallace's letter says there's no more you know preeminent expert on this thing than him and when you see there's no harm okay what's up but doctors first mission arm do no harm and what a doctor oz always says you have to go to war with the army of god not the one you wish we always wish we could have those trials but listen we're praying for you get well next time I see you dinner's on me okay buddy glad you better go to if you could go to activities you twenty three Instagram I'm documenting my progress in an intention to help to help others battling this disease all right got to take a quick break we'll come back on the other side Dr oz with us new Gingrich are posters here and much more and your call straight ahead.
"javits center" Discussed on WTVN
"In the country three thousand beds at the Javits center in New York that was manned by the federal government New York did not contribute all all the ventilators New York got short of what the hospitals in New York had they all came from the federal government and anyone that needed a ventilator got one and they had many leftover the Z. but fifteen thousand eight hundred bed capacity in about a month's period of time built around the country we are now doubling the tests were near five million tests now over thirty million new swabs have been produced will be produced in the coming weeks R. seventeen million land since for the the finger **** **** tests they've been going out there that's that's all coming out I'm we have now again nearly five million Americans already tested that we have on top of that that we have the the antibody test they are getting all the collections we have the six of a five minute test six hour test twenty four hour test to on top of that you know getting the agents a lot more complicated than some of these people think but that it's getting done as well they are increasing by the defense production act the testing swap production and getting the agents to make sure the test is working our hundred thousand ventilators pick procured by the federal government Honeywell's hiring a thousand plus workers to produce twenty million more and ninety five masks a month FEMA is now working to obtain three hundred and eighty four million to order sixty four million gallons and and everything else for health care workers I'm the amazing mobilization in a month but you wouldn't know it if you watched anybody else in the media I watch I I mean to watch these press conferences in the hostility the hatred the rage you know we're talking about FEMA has spent five point seven billion Justin covert nineteen efforts health and Human Services FEMA private sector of coordinated the delivery of now sixty million N. ninety five respirators with all these others in the hopper to be billed monthly eighty five million surgical masks six point four million face shields twelve point three million surgical down six hundred and thirty eight million sets of gloves ten thousand nine hundred ninety eight new ventilators you know out there and created and that the assembly lines are now working pretty incredible but you never know if you watched anything in the mob in the media I mean to the extent that they have politicized all of this we were right from the beginning he said that's a hoax no we never said it was a hoax I said they're politicizing a virus that uses as their latest post ugh as their latest hoax the bludgeon the president very different when you say the way I said it and you know by saying to people and you know doctor Fauci January twenty seventh on TV our panel of doctors the twenty eighth of January doctor felt she back February tenth talking about a symptomatic people no symptoms walking around infecting so many others I was the one of the first people that I know of in the media to say oh that's a problem big time you watch you know the like so Nancy Pelosi come to Chinatown February twenty fourth an old comrade the Blasi the mayor of mayor governor New York and I'm not even that critical of them because some people you know there was we were being told the truth but they were saying oh we can handle this and we're prepared and they were not in any way shape manner or form they were ready at all I'm by the way that's funny I'm not gonna say it on air I'm only all right so you say it on air whatever you guys do not want to see that on here that's a thing of beauty yet again whether I should sue the New York times you put up a poll yeah I've been known to me thank you much and would you like to know the results are you just sent them to me I already know the results what is it the go ahead everybody and my gosh I got to pull it up here okay thank you for voting ninety six point one five percent yes three point eight five percent enough that's basically like the twelve writers at The New York Times that voted no and then when I said listen no no final decision was put in those ways but made but let's just say that in a lot of conference calls lately a lot we have now seventy some odd percent of people now support the temporary immigration ban of the president I don't hear anybody has anyone called the racist yet it's going to happen it's just a matter of when Missouri is the first state to sue China for corona virus damages again thank the likes of Ben Crenshaw and and Tom cotton for that the white house's monitoring we don't currently Kim Jong all our own is help is in grave danger according to varying reports that have been out there is not been seen publicly more than a week early notably skip the April fifteenth birthday celebration of his late grandfather Kim young sung fathers Kim Jong il Robert o'brien the president's national security adviser confirmed that the white house's monitoring reports on the health of Korean dictator Kim Jong un on they're keeping a close eye on it as they should I gave you the statistics earlier the trend lines keep going down dramatically in New York thankfully not down enough yet the lagging indicators down I mean that we had a high of nearly what seven hundred ninety nine deaths a day in New York it's now a top the last two days for the first time since April first below five hundred still a lot of people but at least we're going in the right direction hospitalizations now are down dramatically intubation is down dramatically the Cuomo apparently meeting with the president at the White House today the corona death rate now is that the lowest in two weeks across the U. S. Johns Hopkins reporting one thousand four hundred thirty three people died from the virus in twenty four hours ending on April twentieth today being the twenty first the death toll now at forty two thousand comes after up after more than forty five hundred people died from cold nineteen in the single twenty four hour period last week but again we're looking at trend lines it's kind of hard to talk about trends when you're talking about real people and real families and real death mmhm we know that a number of new coronavirus cases declined in New York in New Jersey and Massachusetts has become the latest hot spot will keep an eye on that I'm not sure why at this point Rhode Island got hit particularly hard because it kind of sits there between Boston and New York not exactly geographically the best place to be Joe Biden you know that is funny to see Joe Biden puts out an ad against trump about China because his own son travels on Air Force two and this trip to Asia including China and two weeks later gets a billion dollar deal from the bank of China and we don't have any record of any experience in any of you know I don't know why they wouldn't go to Goldman Sachs or any of the big banks in America to do this deal why they go to Joe Biden's son zero experience hunter anyway he'd been up since December twenty nineteen of the Chinese government is actively concealed the severity of this corona virus by name braced as a with a random very dovish approach on the campaign trail you know he dismissed the notion that the US should be worried about China they're not competition for us she said really China's gonna eat our lunch come on man as Joe said that does not have a particularly good day for himself either but I can get to that in a second Joe's Joe's struggle for John Joe Biden there's a lot of issues these days and so science matters and all Dalesman saying governor wolf is listen to the scientists applied those and and ninety five mass should be ninety six mass and you should the country start to re open by may first what do you say to counties that have zero to no cases should they be allowed to real dark if you take a look at Milwaukee and look at your county's look at Wisconsin generally the walkie less than the hospitals in Milwaukee of less than a week's supply that they need the hospitals have less than a week's supply of goggles and face mask and swabs in jails and hospitals one third of them have less than a week's supply of those and then ninety five mass I'm not sure me ninety six mass the authority on the defense production act to be able to go just like you did with General Motors a bill that leaves as the same thing authorities say in order everybody says look there's three things have to happen testing tracking and treatment this this nomination process reading all because most of the time you know so in the course of one day Joe Biden bizarrely confuse the Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf with Dale will who's the governor of Delaware back in ninety three he incorrectly said about N. ninety five mask called them and ninety six masks now wouldn't matter if it was you know somebody that had their act together but with Joe it's like okay it is no it's part of this pattern it completely ignored a question about re opening Wisconsin academy and then just you know reads unrelated talking points located above the camera and you can tell he's doing it changing his thoughts completely mid sentence looking down at his notes fumbling and bumbling about testing tracking and treatment it's it's all written out in front of a and on top of it confuse Labor Day with Memorial Day great job Joe now he's attacking the president he's been missing in action I mean what does this guy do every day you know the I will tell you is that these are unbelievable times eleven a mob in the media there's nothing Donald Trump can do that is ever going to be right for them and you know those of the lies of Joe Biden's it's all going to come for the event we're all gonna get to this I let's get to the phones here real quick let's say hi to Ashley San Diego what's up Ashley how are you hi hi I just wanna thank you for your show for waking me up because I feel like I've been brainwashed by the media the last ten years or so and I think I think that's going to come out that is going to shock everyone honestly and I just noticed that like MSN and CNN they report you to the opposite of what trump says it has like three games or he or they exaggerated I started watching it live free games and then I would go back to CNN MSN in my mind was blown and like I love trump now this whole thing is like really showed me what is going on well it once you see media bias wants to sort of open your eyes to it isn't it funny how like it justice but it's like how did I not see this before it is that I don't have like multiple companies yeah instead I got I got a whole puts on hold actually thanks for great call I wish you the best out of San Diego I wish I was out there with you actually the president's task force is beginning and for stations along the Sean Hannity show network will take this to the other thank you very much everyone a very big day today I want to start by saying that our love and prayers every American continue to be with our fellow citizens who have lost a cherished friend or family member to the virus omits our grief we're making tremendous strides against this invisible enemy thanks to aggressive campaign against the virus in the extraordinary talent of our medical professionals are mortality rate remains roughly half of that of many other countries and one of the lowest of any country in the world and that's due to a lot of a lot of things but our medical professionals have been incredible since we announced our guidelines on opening up America as we call it cliche opening up American we had the word again I think we can add the word probably again but that's what it is we're opening up America again twenty states representing forty percent of the US population of announced that they're making plans and preparations to safely restart their economies in the very near future so that said twenty states that forty percent of our country they're moving along pretty quickly three announced today as you know and they're going to be doing it safely there going to be doing it I was tremendous passion there's a they want to get back to work so country wants to get back to work a short time ago the Senate passed the paycheck protection program and health care enhancement act with additional funding for the paycheck protection program hospitals and testing a.
"javits center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And then that person can file another claim until their previous request either gets fully rejected or their benefits that they're currently own expire but here's what maybe I should meet you know just talking out loud here thank you shouldn't care anymore because carrying is is is is not good for not good for my health but I can't help it I think that's why I get so angry when people were flippant flippant about when we re open how we re open and well you know I hope we can get it done sometime you know me I June July August real women whenever just whenever no absolutely not what the start of this whole pandemic crap the largest number of Americans to ask for unemployment benefits in a four week stretch was two point seven million that represents about two and a half percent of the labor force do you know when that happened nineteen eighty two nineteen eighty two was the last time we had in a four week stretch two and a half percent of the labor market and think about yep yep what you think about this the percentage two and a half percent of the labor market if the labor market in nineteen eighty two was much smaller than it is in twenty twenty so that two and a half percent today represents two point seven million souls so any time any time that a politician or any time that that anybody in the media flippantly says well you know what look book well I hope we can get greeted with ever and I hope we can start the phases wherever is another attempt to cause us to continue to live in fear I for one just refused to live in fear let's go to Germany for example because we are told him in conflicting advisories for example I heard today the doctor scarves and doctor poo poo talking about help you know eventually we'd like to develop some heard immunity you can't develop herd immunity if you can't get out in public then I'm told you can't get out in public because if you get out in public and too many people get sick well then it's going to overwhelm the health care system but then I'm told we're expanding the health care system because we've for example in New York we converted the Javits center which is a humongous convention center on the on the west side on the west side highway in in Manhattan we converted that to turn on the field hospital the president announced today during his during his press conference that the Javits center was in essence not being used we also have the request to send you SMS comfort in to New York harbor and up the Hudson to dock at pier ninety and that thousand bed they've hospital it was reduced to five hundred bed so that they could accommodate Asians and they had no COPD patients so then they opened it up to you know somebody was having a heart attack or something so we're told we can't develop herd immunity because we can't overwhelm the health care system at the same time that we have all of this excess capacity that is there and I'm not saying tear it down I'm not saying shut it down but if we've built all the excess could look look at them for twenty five hundred beds in the convention center downtown M. five or six hundred beds up in Loveland so there's three thousand hospital beds and we're finally getting discharge data from the state of Colorado about those who have been hospitalized and discharged so we've no we we have no where we we've got no where near capacity on the health care system we have not anywhere nearly gotten to the point of of exceeding the health care capacity in this state and all around the country including here in Colorado health care workers are being laid off because well you can get elective surgery done in order to cope with patients or the COPD patients or for example I would ensure that restored today that insurance has dismissed several hundred people two or three hundred people have been dismissed out of insurance so insurance is clearly not at capacity so there's all this all these conflicting messages and I think all the conflicting messages are designed or doesn't to keep us confused to keep us off balance and to a certain extent keep us fearful sure I'm talking to my best friend my lawyer on the way home from the afternoon show if he if he was telling me a story of an individual that neither.
The Coronavirus Infiltrates the Military
"The corona virus keeps spreading through the ranks of the U. S. military nearly a thousand navy sailors are infected about six hundred those cases on the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier one of those sailors died and others now in intensive care in Guam where that ship is docked and then there's the mercy the navy hospital ship treating patients in Los Angeles more than one hundred twenty crew members have been taken off that ship as a precaution after others got the coronavirus curing America at least a dozen crew members who tested positive and are currently isolated off the ship in Los Angeles at the Javits center in New York army lieutenant colonel Leslie Curtis says the field hospitals taking precautions as staff treats corona virus patients protocol to protect protection to protect every single part of the billion military help keeping this will say they're treating everyone as if they're coded nineteen positive because of the possibility of a symptomatic infection
"javits center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"If you want to be a part of the program but I just see it I know what it is it's easy to identify it is unfortunately a continuation of the same people same actors same outlets say mob say media same Democrats all up to the same all nonsense I mean even in the midst of a national emergency why would we take the president's press conferences end and the net during a national emergency they're all lies so when you look at the president's real time line it's kind of hard for them to beat back the narrative actually when they were complaining it's racist or stigmatizing China or Xena phobic or fear mongering or hysteria that ten days after the first known case of corona virus in the United States was January twenty first and ten days later the travel ban followed by the quarantines followed by the numerous and subsequent travel bans that nobody in the media mob wanted in a day the idea that they're going to now claim he could have seen what was coming from what would really well and again this is not a criticism of doctors there found she we were all like to buy China just the fact nobody understood how are you the World Health Organization just echoed Chinese propaganda the communist Chinese gave them information that he does that go to it we pay for that bad information about foreign and fifty million dollars a year yeah but up till like even February twenty ninth you have doctor felt she saying media add the country at a whole still very low risk you know what they did in the efforts in Wuhan province were draconian never gonna do that here something we would never be able to do here he said and so it's again it's not a criticism it was it was something that evolved over time and and I would even give the media pass but they're trying to now say that the guy that took the most seriously that was the most ahead of the curve was Donald Trump and they won't ever give him credit and now they see the death toll predictions of models now below sixty thousand you know we gotta beat the crap out of him and say he should have seen what was coming even though he was the first to see it coming I mean it's kind of nuts but that's who they are that's what they do I'm the Joe Biden was wrong too it took him two months and three days to catch up to the president on the travel ban I was supposed to take seriously is weekend op ed and what he would do to deal with the pandemic could sense a joke nobody you know the early predictions as we were heading into peak week last week in New York were all dire they were all we're not gonna have enough ventilators Andrew Cuomo I need thirty thousand nobody in the media talked about his recommendation to buy fifteen thousand seven hundred and eighty three and that he didn't buy it because he'd rather spend seven hundred and fifty million dollars on a on a what if solar factory in upstate New York that flopped and six hundred million on a microchip factory that slop the ninety million on a a light bulb factory that that flopped instead of buying the ventilators that his own task force said they had a responsibility to buy because it was a foreseeable threat and they even went into detail of the federal government no will not be able to fill this gap for you age your responsibility he gets a pass president builds let's say brings in the navy hospital they barely used it by like twenty patients I don't I think it was their height that a hundred the Javits center never filled up it was a hospital that the corps army corps of engineers built in Washington state Donald Trump build that to the Javits center the largest hospital in the country three thousand beds they weren't supposed to take pope at nineteen patients they started taking them but most of those beds are empty and its staff by Donald Trump all of the ventilators New York CAD for the most part came from Donald Trump I never had any anywhere near a shortage of ventilators in New York they got the N. ninety five respirator is up and running they got the gloves and the gallons and the needed equipment so you know in time thankfully you would think everybody be glad that kids instead of politicizing it Donald Trump should have seen what was coming you'd think they'd be happy currently they're not why because that would be Donald Trump acting I have an abundance of caution before they did and of course that you know that that doesn't play well for you know anybody that that has a a desire to see him losing two hundred and four days that's a sad political reality why they wouldn't let you know why this is an all hands on deck we all get along let's get through the pandemic that while plenty of time for the election it's unfortunately not that it's not possible as I watch and I listened and I read and I'm the more I know when that I see it is repulsive it is sickening what people are doing the same predictable people that never took ownership of their lives for three plus years on trump Russia collusion that never materialized the same people that said there was a quid in a protocol we even though the one fact witness denied there was ever such and just because hearsay and opinion witnesses you know made gases that's that's not even admissible under the federal rules of evidence they didn't talk about that are they a Nord put pro quo Joe you're not getting the billion unless you fire the prosecutor investigating my zero experience on being paid millions they covered for that just like the covering for Cuomo on the fact that he had a clear recommendation by the ventilators you don't read it I read about are you going to run for president are you going to replace Joe but not still basically the hard questions and now Cuomo's in a pissing match with Conrad the Blasi who said New York City public schools are closed for the rest of the year Cuomo says us not so fast that's my decision we want to reopen as soon as possible that's a you know but if there isn't you know news in New York I can tell you right now I'll show you these charts on television tonight the change in patients being hospitalized is on a real downward slope from a high of one thousand four hundred and twenty seven on the second of April here we are the thirteenth of April as low as fifty three two days ago under nineteen yesterday eighty five the day before that but it's been a constant decline we now have we we weren't putting people that we had a high of three hundred ninety five I see you admissions are on any given day that was the third of April that's now down to well worth we took forty two people out of ICO so what I'm having ICU admissions now people fewer people fewer people now people leaving the I. C. U. the death rate which is Cuomo rightly I think said was always the lagging indicator is now showing the downward trajectory as well and that's taking a while and and we want you know a few people to be sick to contract the disease and and as many people healthy as possible as I said very early on I wish we had a cure for cancer and heart disease and everything else in between but then you get the people immediately the governor New Jersey calling for a post mortem coronavirus investigation okay why did he prepare better but is everything he wanted in Gavin Newsom wanted and governor Insley wanted and governor Cuomo wanted was provided by Donald Trump went all in well you close the country down now the next thing watch what they do they're gonna they're ready blaming him and the New York times in spite of them being wrong the entire way they're wrong low the entire time I mean for the New York times the man it really takes a lot of a hot spot on their part to do it but you know we've chronicled how wrong the New York times's van January twenty six they politicize that the trump fires have you feeling awful you know who to blame wow corona virus outbreak risks reviving stigma for China well that was the New York times to after the travel ban in February early February yeah who says it's not safe to travel to China that's what they were saying kinda sick it's sad it's predictable though I have the same people that got it wrong on Russia the same people that pushed impeachment in Ukraine but ignored quid pro quo Joe those same people are all the same casting characters now you know just just with a with a certain sense of purpose and urgency just trying to destroy Donald Trump when everything they wanted was provided all of the gowns gloves red ventilators respirators he provided and I'm president shift now we've got challenges moving forward opening up the country but Democrats were impeaching the president when he is putting the travel ban in place now Schiff I am diving deeply into though what warnings trump ignored on corona virus well I guess witness say is going to be Anthony found she said were at low risk on February twenty ninth that's eight months after the president put the travel ban in place you know CNN their morning show ripping the president for criticizing patchy that's not what he was doing the wasn't criticizing fountain is not going to get rid of found she is only pointing out that okay this was the leading medical task force member who is served six presidents who save lives the guy should be credited for being a for most renowned expert he's done it I disagree that he wants to clinical trials on hydroxy chloride when based on you know the the doctor that we found in cedar Sinai and California and others and it says it's what's that no I'm not that guy the one in cedar Sinai that yeah Dr Wallace this guy's forty two years of prescribing hydroxy Clark one no rest he said Neil those are his words I'm but that's where the media is you know over there and fake news CNN people are dying because trump is acting like a fool well if we if we didn't put the travel ban and affect how many more Americans would have died the one they didn't want that said was stigmatizing people in China you know it's that New York times doesn't care they're not a newspaper they're not news their agenda driven and extension of the radical extreme democratic Socialist Party it's sad you know that they don't they're not even in the in the White House briefing room other complaining that they have to be corona virus tested before they get in Barbra Streisand other predictable cast in this site but it you know this Hey trump Rajan psychosis twenty thousand dead because of Donald Trump well we think Donald Trump is responsible for manufacturing with Vladimir Putin knew Ukraine inside of a laboratory somewhere a constant whining that they they have to be tested for covert nineteen I think it's in everybody's best interest you know just you get the what's his name over the Baltimore paper that page was small the more son David whatever his name is unleashing on trump's coronavirus response people are dying because of his foolishness our travel ban and everybody got the ventilators they needed and all the other equipment what else did.
Seattle's Army-built field hospital is coming down without treating a single patient
"Here's the headline out of Seattle army field hospital at CenturyLink field event center to be dismantled returned to famous that's not even half the story CenturyLink field by the way is the home stadium of the Seattle Seahawks it's out there in Seattle obviously and they built in a crisis status they build them an emergency state a field hospital like they built a field hospital listen to a park like they turn the Javits center into a hospital like they brought in the good ship mercy on the good ship comfort as additional hospitals for New York and Los Angeles maybe governor Cuomo today hospitalizations continued to decline which is one of the major indicators yeah things are on the downward
"javits center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Is at the Javits center and has twenty five hundred beds Bernie Bennett in Washington hundreds of voters in Wisconsin waiting in line to cast ballots at polling places for that state's presidential primary election some poll workers including the Republican state assembly speaker are wearing masks gloves and what appeared to be surgical scrubs the National Guard is helping run voting sites across the state that's after thousands of election workers stepped down fearing for their safety also a journal dot com Mr commander of how quickly things went south for the U. S. economy American employers posted a healthy number of job openings in February before the corona virus brought the economy to a virtual standstill the labor department reports the number of available jobs fell modestly in February the six point nine million down from seven million in January there were still more open positions that unemployed people a once rare situation that prevailed for two years until the corona virus struck rich Thomason reporting structure higher as markets around the world piled on even more big gains following their huge rally a day earlier the Dow is up over six hundred points more of the stories at town hall dot com about your commercial free very unique mortgage team that has a very specific advantage I could save your family monthly and lifelong money two things you should know one we were started by a dad and his son and his wife and his sister in law and we've grown to be a faith focus mortgage team that's helping families across the U. S. we're facing family at our core we don't hide it do you still stay fairly small on purpose only about a couple dozen people a makeup that we believe less is truly know every person that calls but we also have a big advantage our company is directly under which means our company gets to use its own money and make its own decisions within its own.
NYC Javits Center to accept coronavirus patients
"A New York City field hospital that was supposed to serve non coated nineteen patients will instead become a twenty five hundred bad virus facility gonna versus policy will allow the temporary field hospital the Javits center to take in covered nineteen patients because the governor Andrew Cuomo announced his most aggressive measure yet to procure more badly needed ventilator saying that he will send the National Guard to companies and private hospitals aren't using them and sees them ultimately returning or paying for that
"javits center" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Until the top of the hour best the times worse than times best in people worst out of people let's go to our media mob so the the sh the USS comfort thousand bed what is it thirty is I think it's twelve to fourteen operating rooms on the ship can you imagine what how we're going to show you the exclusive video tonight of that and the Javits center because that's all be broadcasting from and it's just an amazing testament to the ability of a nation to rally around a toll but a challenge that nobody really saw coming to this extent and then there are those that will politicize anything and everything you got well let's head over to conspiracy TV Roswell Rachel man I was channel M. as the NCAA's basically state run television all things radical democratic socialist nonsense that hospital ship will be in New York soon let's listen in terms of the happy talk without on this front from the federal government there is no sign that the navy hospital ship that the president made such a big deal out of the comfort and the mercy there's no sign that they'll be anywhere on site helping out anywhere in the country for weeks yet the president said when he announced that those ships would be put into action against the covered nineteen epidemic he said one of those ships will be operational in New York harbor by next week that's nonsense that will not be there next week nonsense now it's there now I'm sure they'll be a correction over there and M. as the and see the conspiracy theory channel let's stay there joy Reid warning that Donald Trump might use the corona virus to reign as a monarch this is how twisted and sick this all gets of course it's hardly news that trump has always had designs on raining as a monarch with did power rather than serving as a mere president in a democracy what the country is facing an unprecedented public health crisis what links might he backed by Attorney General whose writings and actions point to a fundamental belief in an all powerful presidency at least when the would be king is a Republican what lengths white trump go to to expand his power under the guise of national security let's scare the living hell out of everybody and then you got Chuckie Todd yeah giving a softball interviewed two quid pro quo Joe now you gotta remember Joe Biden has a history with the pandemic called H. one N. one and we learned a lot like for example they didn't replenish all of the stockpiles of masks and other things when that was all over when they could have and you know just like Andrew Cuomo could have purchased at a pretty low price all the ventilators he seems to always want to have a vote no we admits there in a warehouse and he's not using the four thousand that the trump administration already sentiment that by the way they're making more I made the leap the president went forward with the defense procurement act and so now GM is stepping up all these companies are stepping up everyone's doing all hands on deck and but is there blood on Donald trump's hands I wonder now if you think about this I wonder if they'd ever consider that trump's xenophobic hysteria and and fear mongering ten days after the first known case in the U. S. but not travel ban in quarantine in the fact I wonder if it would be one intellectually honest person in the mob that would say wow I I disagree with trump but that was a good call because helpless how many thousands of Americans could have likely would have contracted the virus and incalculable how many exponentially if you're looking at death rates may have died how many lives could have been saved do they they say one good thing about that ever know the mob in the media this is all N. B. C. news is this is this is not news this is all state run democratic radical socialist hate trump TV here's here's Chucky then we have to be ahead of the curve not behind the curve like we were last time you know your campaign put out yours in a critique of a president trump and says if he doesn't do these things you know he could you could cost lives do you think there's already do you think there is blood on the president's hands considering the slow response was that two of the princes I think that's a little too harsh sixty point eight million Americans in two thousand and nine and two thousand and ten one quid pro quo Joe was the vice president of the United States contracted the swine flu that pandemic they waited until a thousand Americans were dead before Obama himself went out and said yeah it's a national emergency it was praised for it it was health and Human Services secretary did called emergency to get some funding credit there I'm trying to be fair but they didn't it wasn't the death count it wasn't the confirmed cases count also what's missing is I would actually like to see the recovery count at some point now the of the you know I I look at all of this is like what I said earlier I'm watching and I'm watching and I watch and I'm just like I sit there in a state of shock it doesn't matter what Donald Trump will ever do they are never going to say good job he's re written the rules on how future pandemics will be dealt with bands will be immediate quarantine standard testing first drive up then home testing than five minute testing standard public private partnerships will be standard defense protect production act standard FTA you know getting rid of draconian rules when we say that Novartis their CEOs saying I dropped the core Quinn is quote our biggest hope to save lives I'm and others that's that's all going to change as a result of this but they're doing it on the fly because nobody else did it nobody else showed this urgency all right let's get to our phones let's say hi to Mike in Ohio Mike hi how are you glad you called Sir Hey Sean how are you I'm good what's going on okay well I you know let's not forget that there's an election gonna still gonna happen in November and what I hear often make this short out here in the in the us deplorables and everybody else we know the trump is going to be elected for sure at this point and I know you'll say well don't ever say that I mean we're gonna fight all the way through but it's a done deal and here's why we here in America throughout history have not change horses midstream when there's a real genuine crisis may fan the flames now to the point where whether there is a huge crisis or there isn't and I think there is medically let's face it we're not gonna change streams during the return of the civil war everybody hated Lincoln in his first term but they voted him in again because it was so drastic we couldn't vote him out during World War two in the depression Roosevelt got in four times we were about to change up the Democrats these idiots and I hope they're listed in our policy and Schumer and the rest of these idiots think that by fanning the flames of fear which they're doing right now that's gonna push trump aside finally we are not we are not going to change at this point if the election was tomorrow trump would win by a landslide like we've never seen it just doesn't happen in American history listen I just there's nothing that I see that Democrats have done to make us safer to make us more secure to have increased our our prosperity create jobs and frankly this rhetoric this madness this insanity remember they were in the middle of impeaching Donald Trump they had their trial they weren't talking about when the resident was instituted a travel ban well you didn't take it seriously well it's pretty serious because he was called a whole bunch of names by doing it and it's you know every single thing that he's done every step of the way it's there's nothing if he cures cancer they'll never say good word they can't it's not in them I just write that one yeah what just one last thing yesterday I don't you saw it on CNN they brought out are you ready for this you probably so they brought up Stephen King Steven king of all people whose stock in trade is horrifying people as a living and he's very good at it is great author Greg Harper he was on CNN yesterday saying what what's going to happen they have officially the Democrat party and the and the media have officially jumped the shark that was the day yesterday one for a lot of us out here we're just not not gonna listen anymore and I listen to CNN but not anymore that that they have scraped the bear if they've gone as low as you could possibly go by bringing out the Mister fear factor himself Stephen King my god it's it's it's it's beyond insane long live Donald Trump is the perfect now but we work we're heading in the right direction I wish November third was tomorrow to be honest with you listen I think you know my hope is I think the reason the president I again I'm I'm speculating here but I think based on what what the medical experts around him are saying is Hey we we gotta dig in a little longer we're going to cure all the cancer with not gonna leave a little bit behind because if we do that we might have a rebound in the US and that I think was the reason for the decision to expand what the measures were now taking through April the thirtieth so I like it now does everybody in America want to get back to normal life yes if the patterns hold we're gonna see a leveling and then after the the leveling hopefully we'll see what happened in in South Korea and other countries and that is that a precipitous decline and we begin to stop the virus and then that means we can get back to normal life and then when the economy by the way in the second quarter is crap which it will be then they'll say are Donald Trump bring the economy well I want to see what the third quarter numbers look like because if my belief in the American people this is dying to get back to work I believe that everyone I talk to I want to get back to normal life I want to work now I want to do this I I think we could have the biggest turnaround literally if you talk about are you and then simple does rise that's what I'd like to see for the country's sake you know what's on yeah I I was thinking about this over the weekend as I talk to my little boy who can't understand why he can't see his friends and he can't go to school and you want to know about the virus and why is the virus hurting people and so on and so forth and I was thinking about you know eight years of Barack Obama and that mantra of hope and change and how the president was trying to instill a little bit of hope a little bit of you know just just promise that maybe would be able to see each other on Easter Sunday and then of course you know fell Jean Burke said no that's not a good idea but at least he is a little bit of hope right we're looking at hope we're hoping that we can find.
"javits center" Discussed on KTRH
"You got all of these hospitals that army the army corps of engineers hospital at the Javits center that's not almost hospital trump build that and you look at the navy ship that the navy ship comfort thousand beds yeah he bought that too and the hospitals they are now building the army corps of engineers in Westchester and Nassau and Suffolk counties yeah that would be the federal government and what is the only thing that angers me because I do think he's he's trying but he can't get away from his own political self although he's denying today that he has any plans of running for president of Joe Biden were to get out well let's see what happens but all of five separate hospitals now and we got Samaritan's purse building one in Central Park he said on Friday I couldn't believe it earlier in the week he said I want thirty thousand ventilators I don't like that we found out Friday the four thousand that was sent it was in a warehouse because they don't need them yet we all know the GM and Ford and all these other companies are making more immediately we also learn that anesthesiologists some of their equipment can easily be apparently converted into a ventilator if need be and I'm just sitting there saying oh really because angel Cuomo could have done a hell of a lot more to in the same with Tom read the Bosnia no I won't put my guns and led by guns be buying guns here but don't sit there in lecture when you had a chance to do it all of this heaven and earth is being rightly believes this is where ground zero for this is sent to New York hospital bill chipset ventilator sent and and all the equipment that they can get their hands on and then I look at Cuomo well maybe when you were spending seven hundred and fifty million on a solar panel factory that end up closing down or ninety million dollars for a light bulb company or six hundred million for a computer chip factory that sits empty well how many let's see mass gallons up ventilators could you have purchased with that money knowing New York St I'm on target I'm trying to do I just look at this is like nothing this guy does is going to be good enough that's what I can barely get a thank you I need forty thousand nineteen thirty to give me this what did you prepare you know states on the front lines they have an obligation mayors and governors have a duty to prepare Rhonda said this is great because I don't want him doing my job meeting the president he wants to do his job he's the governor all right information corona virus you gotta be careful why cyber criminals yeah they'll take advantage of the situation is so evil and sick but they're phishing scams like emails links malicious websites much much more you need to protect.
USNS Comfort Arrives in New York City Today to Aid Hospitals During Coronavirus Outbreak
"At this hour in hard hit New York City the U. S. naval ship comfort docking on Manhattan's west side bringing bringing about about a a thousand thousand extra extra beds beds to to New New York York City City not not far far away away at at the the Javits Javits center center another another makeshift makeshift hospital hospital with with about about three three thousand thousand beds beds is is going going to to be be opening opening up up all all of of this this to to help help alleviate alleviate the strain on medical workers and hospitals in the city tree in corona virus A. B. C.'s Daniel Lee at Manhattan's pier ninety
Coronavirus News: Javits Center in New York City expected to open as field hospital on Monday
"New York City is that correct epicenter of the U. S. outbreak to try and help ease the burden on the city's increasingly overwhelmed hospitals the U. S. army has set up a military field hospital in Manhattan at the Javits center it's scheduled to open
New York state coronavirus death toll soars to 519
"In New York governor Andrew Cuomo today announcing five hundred nineteen deaths in the state blamed on KO at nineteen Cuomo who others briefing at Manhattan's Javits center which has been converted into a hospital saying his state needs more hospital beds now for the hospital capacity at the quote unquote apex we need a hundred forty thousand beds we have fifty three thousand beds that's why we're scrambling and that's why we're asking you to do as much work as you are doing well saying the good news is that the rate of increase in the state is slowing
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"Sheep. Podcasters and he podcasters. How are you today it is Monday? March twenty third. I am here in quarantine separated from all that we know the beautiful house. Yes Khobar and our favorite producer John Jamaica it looks like Elsie and I are trying to hold a contest as to who can have the most flyaways and yet here. I know it's like it's L. Horrible Horn. You like goat ears coming years. Yes and these little guys like extra years. Look at this. It's like right above my ears. Lake sticks out in this scary. I can't invent who Larry Online from the three stooges trail and then like my hair like I already was growing up. Just a tiny bit of posits gray hair. But I'm not been able to go to. I was due for a re color like we got home. So now it's been. I'm now two or three weeks overdue. You can start to see my silently. Reverse skunk stripe. It's an actual so like one quarter inch of my hair at the top of my head is not graying and the rest of it is so it's like when you pull it back you can see. Wow Yeah interesting. I know I possibly have caused. That's happened but anyway zonked editor or something. Now it'll never grow the rest of me. It'd be white with this one blacks anyway so yeah we are looking fine. We're looking we're looking like we've been indoors for awhile. Yes I'M GONNA get myself a T shirt that says indoorsy right have you? Have you seen all those t shirts though? Have you seen the change in already? Like I'm social distancing or I was born for social distancing there's all of these tee-shirt companies that have all these various specific sayings around what we're all experiencing so I don't know I guess that's the way you make money right. We can't be angry about that. I when I first saw that T. Shirts T. shirts. I was like I want that teacher. Actually what I want is a t shirt that says. Stay away from me in big letters like do not come close in big letters. It's it's funny. How either take it very very seriously or don't take it very seriously and the less amid Omar. There's there's some middle there's there are people who take it seriously and don't think anything about the virus or any kind of t shirt like that'd be funny then there's people who take it seriously but still think everything is funny. I guess that's me then. There are people who take it less seriously but constantly make jokes about it or there are people who don't follow directions and think the whole thing is a joker conspiracy right now all these different levels of like is it okay to joke about it and I wonder like I hate comparing this to the Holocaust but there's an article. I read that said if we continue on the trajectory that we are that within like six months it will have wiped out like one third of the population which is similar to that was like two billion or two billion. I don't know but the point is in today's Day and age. Would we be laughing right? If a dictator from European country was killing all the blanks. Right would we be like is survived? Hitler t shirts and like I don't know if this works out I WANNA get. I survived the boomer remover virus. I mean that's true but there are people that are younger than are dying to Atlanta just watching the CNN in New York this morning. I mean did you guys know. They're turning Javits Center fucking hospital than Jeff sent your. I think I saw a lot of that stuff. Is the biggest convention center. I've ever been in it takes. It's like three miles to go from one end of the javits center to the other. It's so big I mean you to Philadelphia has a huge convention center. Yeah there's a hospital that had shut down not even six months ago here. They're already rampant. Add up there's a prison here that has been shut down for a couple years. They're ramping that up. Ooh That's exciting. Well you know I mean coming back to what you were talking about the whole like I survived Hitler kind of thing. I'm thinking that the beginning of World War Two or not even the beginning of World War Two. You're like when Hitler was coming into power. I think that there was a few people who had a sense of who he was and what he was doing right and there was like this element of pure terror like a complete understanding of what was happening but the majority of the sort of people he ended up affecting and I'm not talking just Jewish people or anybody else that he was focusing in on but like all of the different countries all of the citizens of all of the other countries that were eventually affected. They could have just said like Oh. I heard that. He's a nasty dude or he's a weird guy who's he's never gonNA come in. You know what I mean. You would make these off hand comments but you wouldn't really get it right graphing. It's not like there's a digital graphing system that can show you exactly how many people killed and exactly how many countries like. I saw something on my phone from New York Times. It had it little red dots spreading and spreading right. Yeah Yeah it was era vying. Nothing like that. There's only newspaper and radio. I mean I'm assuming there was radio. Nineteen thirty I think there was radio. Also that was a human being who is that was that was a human versus this thing which has no. It's just a it's a thing but I think the contact what I'm saying is that we don't really know. I think you know the the impact of these horrible things that happen in the world. Don't really hit us until off door right. It's like you don't really get it until after what that impact was about summer this morning because like it's all finding good until it's swimming season right and then well my son's you know the majority of his five year old year is going to be spent not hanging out with friends. Not Doing sports not going to read as not going to the swimming pool not going to the beach. Like what am I gonNa do with him all summer? Keep him in. I mean it's GonNa be Summer D- do we lay out. Do I get a blow up pool? Immunize our like what? What kind of summer is that? Can't go anywhere we can't do anything can't see anyone and yeah summer and then house is going to shape the rest of his. You know he's young enough where he'll remember but not remember it as the biggest tragedy that ever happened. But he'll remember it as yeah. We had to stay inside and it's up. He'll have that definite imprint. I mean because you know when I was growing up in El Salvador and there was a civil war. I still have the imprint of what we had to do like we had. We had to be in like there was a time there. Where the where the government said. Nobody's allowed outside after seven o'clock so because you could not like my would say like everybody needs to be in because if anything happens to you when you're out after seven you die you die like a wealthy and then you would hear sounds and things that were going on outside. That was very very scary. I remember like I remember how scared I was. I remember the sounds and Looking back you realize while there's like all of this extra stuff that happened and yeah it imprinted in my life. It was like I know what that feels like. I know what it feels like when you can't do anything because you're under lockdown. We were under lockdown many times. So I was little you know I was under nine. Yeah it's having it makes me wonder like how many of these kids are. GonNa turn Germaphobe. I mean people true. It's not the new normal everything. It's just temporary but like now the new normal in different ways craze. There's a lot of people who will not send their kids back to school. There are a lot of people who will not go back into the office. Because now they've proven they can work from home and which they knew all along by the way that they could work from home equally and even be more productive. So I don't think that we need to send buildings the way we did two weeks ago. Like we we can have a completely different society now like doing doctor visits via Tele Seminar and I did my first one way before this like this with Isaac like in January. He was sick and they were. You know as a weekend and they have you come up on you know that you log in you type in your problem and then the doctor comes up and take a look you right. I just had somebody. I don't know one of my one of my School Mama's I was texting back and forth mai-mai's best friend and may has been like wanting to have facetime with this little child and I'm like texting her mom like she's GonNa. I can't handle her anymore. Can you get our child to come up late but it but her mom is sick. She's real she's been really really sick and that's she had somebody from iron knit. While she had somebody from Florida her cousins came and they they had fevers when they came like and they both and they didn't tell them and so like anyway so she got very sick. She had fever but I kept touching base with her and she got a diagnosis via the phone. She had a something allard. A it wasn't it wasn't cove it wasn't court cornerback. So it was a sign it. Yes exactly it was a sinus infection. And she had she was just had a fever because of that kind of stuff in them so she had the diagnosis via via. Like just what you're talking about. And they sent her antibiotics. So hopefully he's on the mend. But this I would love
USNS Comfort to Reach New York City on Monday, Trump Says
"White the United States world the number of confirmed cope with nineteen cases eighty two thousand deaths have climbed in this country to twelve hundred hospitals across New York City say they are being overwhelmed by the coronavirus cases the AP said Donahue has more the urgent need is for hospital beds mayor bill de Blasio also says a key part of this puzzle is getting ventilators you don't have a ventilator people die who didn't need to die the Blasi says they only have one sixth of the ventilators they need governor Andrew Cuomo says right now they're doing their best with what they've got we have approved a technology that allows one ventilator to serve to patients what they call splitting to help with hospital beds chief of staff general James makan ville says an army hospital is coming to New York they will set up at the Javits center this weekend and they will be operational for non covalent patients that will help hospitals in New York focus on corona virus patients I bet Donahue president trump says a navy hospital ship comfort will leave Norfolk Virginia Saturday and arrive in New York harbor Monday it too will be used to treat patients who have conditions other than covert
New York City Has One-Third of U.S. Virus Cases
"Or almost a third of the nation's covert nineteen cases are in New York City and now the army is sending in some much needed help every medical teams at fort Campbell Kentucky in Fort Hood Texas building a giant instant hospital in Manhattan they will set up at the Javits center this weekend and they will be operational for non covalent patience beginning Monday army chief of staff general James makan ville so as a separate unit from Colorado on its way to Seattle to help with the patient overflow there Andy field ABC news Washington Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says with nine deaths in a single day an increase of more than fifty percent his city isn't far behind there's no place in America that will not be overwhelmed in terms of the number of patients who need I see you at other hospital beds and how many we have in this country there is no place that will be overwhelmed by needing more ventilators and not having enough cases in Louisiana spiking twenty eight percent in a day if we don't flatten the curve and do it soon as I mentioned yesterday we could be out of ventilators in region one the New Orleans area by his early as April the second governor John bel Edwards is the federal government is setting up to field hospitals and sending in a strike team of sixty health
Deaths, hospitalizations up in stark sign of virus' reach
"New York has seen a spike in the number of coronavirus deaths and hospitalizations the urgent need is for hospital beds mayor bill de Blasio also says a key part of this puzzle is getting ventilators you don't have a ventilator people die who didn't need to die simple as that the Blasi says they only have one sixth of the ventilators they need governor Andrew Cuomo says right now they're doing their best with what they've got we have approved the technology that allows one ventilator to serve to patients what they call splitting to help with hospital beds chief of staff general James makan ville says an army hospital is coming to New York they will set up at the Javits center this weekend and they will be operational for non covalent patience that will help hospitals in New York focus on corona virus patients I'm a Donahue
Deaths, hospitalizations up in stark sign of virus' reach
"The urgent need is for hospital beds mayor bill de Blasio also says a key part of this puzzle is getting ventilators you don't have a ventilator people die who didn't need to die the Blasi says they only have one sixth of the ventilators they need governor Andrew Cuomo says right now they're doing their best with what they've got we have approved the technology that allows one ventilator to serve to patients what they call splitting to help with hospital beds chief of staff general James makan ville says an army hospital is coming to New York they will set up at the Javits center this weekend and they will be operational for non covalent patience that will help hospitals in New York focus on corona virus patients I'm a Donahue
"javits center" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Is a war then act like it's a war governor almost speaking at Manhattan's Javits center which is now in the process of being converted into a two thousand bed hospital complex to fight the flood of cases I stayed in desperate need also a more medical equipment and personnel the only way we can obtain these regulators is from the federal government period and this two ways the federal government can do it one is to use the federal defense production act there's a federal law with the federal government can say to manufacturers you must produce this product I understand the federal government's point that many companies have come forward and said we want to help and General Motors and Ford and people willing to get into the ventilator business it does no good if they start to create a ventilator in three weeks or four weeks or five weeks we're looking at an apex of fourteen days if we don't have the ventilators in fourteen days it does us no good the federal defense procurement act can actually help companies because the federal government can say look I need you to go into this business I will contract with you today for X. number of ventilators here is the start up capital you need here's the start up capital you need to hire workers who do it around the clock but I need the ventilators in fourteen days only the federal government has that power and not to exercise that power is inexplicable to me voluntarism is nice and it is a beautiful thing and it's nice that these companies are coming forward and saying they want to help that is not going to get us there an item not for the life of me understand the road block things to use the federal defense production act also the federal government has twenty thousand ventilators or there abouts in the federal stockpile secretary ETS are runs an agency called HHS health and Human Services I asked the secretary look at the first word in the title of the agency you wrong it is health your first priority is health you have twenty thousand ventilators in the stockpile release the ventilators to New York how can we be in a situation where you're going to have new Yorkers possibly dying because they can't get a ventilator but a federal agency saying I'm going to leave the ventilators in the stockpile I mean have we really come to that point also we have to be smarter about the way this is being done the federal government has to prioritize the resources look at where the problems are across this nation California has twenty eight hundred cases Washington state twenty two hundred cases Florida twelve hundred cases Massachusetts about eight hundred cases New York has twenty five thousand cases New York has twenty five thousand cases it has times the problem that California has ten times the problem that Washington state has you prioritize resources and your activity and your actions to where they are needed and New York you are looking at a problem that is of a totally different magnitude and dimension and yet the president is saying the fall goes with the governor Andrew Cuomo this from fox news the spirit of bipartisanship and good will that has been fostered between the president and some of the nation's democratic governors of New dividers pandemic seems to be eroding the president today accusing governor Cuomo of failing to buy sixteen thousand and letters back in twenty fifteen and instead implementing a quote death panel to assign which patients should be put on the ventilator however the president did not clarify where he got that number of ventilators you can read the full story at foxnews dot com it was in in in an interview with fox news earlier today that the presence and he wants the country opened up by Easter April the twelfth he continued to play down the dangers of the pandemic even as experts warning of a worsening crisis the World Health Organization says the US has the potential to become the new epicenter of this global pandemic more from today's interview with Harris Faulkner of the fox news channel right when you when I began talking a few minutes ago that you know almost in breaking news fashion it looks like the the juggernaut might be moving on Capitol Hill today to try to push toward that stimulus bill so we'll be watching for that you know Mr president I'm watching the Dow as you have been talking and and formerly of the vice president it's up by more than fifteen hundred points what do you watch for each day I mean are you keeping your eye on that is it is it companies calling you small and large like what what is your barometer is that okay things were in trouble or things are doing better well I think the Dow was helped by the fact that they you know they were here is that we're gonna stay out for for five months and you can do that is it can you destroy our country if you did a thing like that and we're going to be opening a relatively soon and we are part time comes up on Monday or Tuesday are you know the allotted two weeks but will say a little bit longer than that but we want to get open very soon I think that was a big reason it's gone up I also think that the fact that the Senate and the house side where we seem to be getting along as much as you can get along we seem to be getting along now on a on a bill I I think that maybe had even less of an impact on the fact that we're opening up this incredible country because we have to do that I'd love to have it open by Easter okay I would have it okay Sir I will I will tell you that right now I would love to have that it's such an important day for other reasons but I'll make an important day for this too I would love to have the country opened up and they're just raring to go by Easter that's from a rose garden view a virtual town hall hall hosted by fox news also from that program a warning about the impact of the shutdown is having on Americans and the potential threat of mass suicides we can socially distance ourselves and go to work and you have to work a little bit harder you can clean your hands five times more than you used to you don't have to shake hands anymore with people that might be something good coming out of this although I must tell you as a politician it's a lot warmer when you walk into a crowd you shake a lot of people say that you love I did not agree with you a lot me and I love them you know but but it is a little bit colder but but you won't be shaking hands for at least a while and then things will happen but we have to put the country like look you lose a number of people to the flu but you'd lose more people by putting the country into a massive recession or depression the other owners people you're going to have suicides by the thousands you're going to have all sorts of things happen you're gonna have instability you can just come in and say let's close up the United States of America the biggest the most successful country in the world by far you know when I came in when I was elected and you know this number China was going to overtake us in the year twenty nineteen wasn't even close joining us on the phone is mark Murray he is the senior political editor for NBC news and as we hear the president again today on fox news trying to restart the economy clearly he's looking at the country a collapsing economy and his own reelection yes Steve I think it's important to note that that the re election the is is based almost paramount probably in his mind I'm sure that he's seen economic analyses on out for the next couple of quarters on what could actually happen within the economy the essentially stall and a lot of economic and political sciences took off and looked at it in the second quarter the how the economic performances goes a long way to saying if anything comes of president gets reelected not in doubt I am sure that there is some effort by this president to want to really get the economy started with that re election night but then again with this virus around the country even with the president talking about getting the economy so that's much easier said than done and what is remarkable is just how quickly this thing came to an abrupt stop yeah it in you know so of course when people aren't working when schools close window restaurants closed down that has economic reverberations up but also what to me is striking too is how the president has kind of gone a full three sixty on this end so to begin with you know early on he said in his rhetoric about a month ago this was going to be something that would wash over pretty quickly then just last week the president was talking about July August a band of bearing down on this and now we hear today that he thinks the economy might be starting to how to get by Easter that is in the middle of April and you know to me that seems to be some happy talk up particularly with Americans aren't wedded to go on airlines if they're not ready to go to Disney world if people don't see that the virus has been contained we really do think it's hard to start the economy back in as you point out in your morning belong to first read this is also hitting the president's family business pretty hard right several of his businesses have been closed the golf resorts the clubs and done I'm sure the president who not only is keeping tabs on his **** the economic projections on what's gonna happen is also probably heard what's happening to the bottom line is businesses sure that's having an impact as well we're talking with mark Murray he's joining us from his home he is the senior political editor for NBC news how is N. B. C. news dealing with all of this so as you are we've been dealing with this by having a whole lot of studios now fed up in anchors and correspondents holds a lot of Skype interviews that people have been having I actually think that that has been a really good message for a lot of folks that you can't get as much work done at your home but also that if you are the more like Savannah Guthrie of the today show co anchoring the today programme from her basement but if you're not feeling well or if you actually need to be able to stay at home that you could actually get as much work done as possible I know it is very difficult without trying to juggle a whole lot of other responsibilities and I do miss the collegiality of working at in the office but that you know this is something we all have to do and working from home a lot of questions in terms of when major events will resume baseball golf the Olympics will be postponed for a year what about the upcoming conventions the Democrats meeting in July in Milwaukee the Republicans in late August in Charlotte North Carolina have you heard anything new on that front yes people reporting that I had is that at least when it comes to the democratic one that that that's the convention that would end up happening in July but walkie they are still planning is that things are going to go all but again you know you always have to have contingency plans the Republican convention is later a month later and then of course the event that was supposed to be in between the two conventions the Olympics has been postponed I do think that is worsening everything kind of play out even in my own life we're a bit but you know we normally have kind of taken for granted whether through the Olympics at a convention you at least have to have the imagination that companies think quite be postponed if not cancel it again I think we'll probably get to those points I think everyone on the political front is acting as if Hey we can actually make some things work maybe you can have a virtual component maybe it's a little bit pared down but I do also think that everyone has to come to the realization that the convention but we've often seen where every political journalist goes into a city you're in the hotel I I do think that it's not going to be business as usual at the very least but you know by the way they're still two candidates vying for the democratic nomination senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden both of had virtual events but relatively quiet the last ten days yeah in I would argue that it's very hard when you're a presidential candidate to compete with an incumbent president and for that matter incumbent governors like Andrew Cuomo of New York have to deal with this in real time this is their job right now they're not running for an office in you know often times presidential candidates like Joe Biden Bernie Sanders in that getting attention because you're having primary contests in victory speeches or concession speeches and that's how you end up getting recognition much harder for someone like Joe Biden who is on his way to you know has a big convincing delegate lead over Bernie Sanders to really grab the attention and grab the headlines it is probably his best strategy going forward the kind of wait this out a couple of months to raise as much money as possible to get ready to go to the general election when if that ends up happening in the course of when it comes to Bernie Sanders you mentioned he is holding virtual events when it comes back coronavirus but also his situation is even probably a little bit more interesting for him because when you are trailing Joe Biden by the delegate deficit that he has right now it is hard to justify continuing the presidential bid up given that the new circumstances that were offering more details at NBC news dot com mark Murray senior political editor.
New York turns Javits Center into hospital for non-Covid-19 patients
"Before here in the city work continues to increase the number of hospital beds available FEMA began work to convert the Javits convention center here in Manhattan's west side into a temporary hospital for a thousand patients governor Andrew Cuomo said it's needed because the number of coronavirus patience is only going to increase you are going to see an over capacity of our health system at first the plan is for the Javits center to handle non covert nineteen patients to ease the burden on other hospitals but eventually it could be turned into an isolation ward for coronavirus patients should that become
"javits center" Discussed on WTVN
"For the Javits center to handle non covert nineteen patients to ease the burden on other hospitals but eventually it could be turned into an isolation ward for coronavirus patients should that become necessary Erin to Turkey ABC news New York the governor of Florida says anyone who travels to the state from New York or New Jersey must self isolate for fourteen there's over a hundred and ninety direct flights from the New York City area to the state of Florida and I would recommend giving the outbreak there that every single flight has somebody on it who is positive for Kobe nineteen governor Ron DeSantis says that order will take effect at midnight the governor of Washington Jay Inslee issuing a two week stay home order to fight the spread of the virus president trump signing an anti hoarding executive order it applies to things like surgical masks and other medical gear but not to ordinary household goods like toilet paper the Senate is still working on a thirty cannot make stimulus package one that could send checks to Americans economically impacted by the virus no vote is expected tonight CBS is going to hire fifty thousand new employees with bonuses for current workers you are listening to ABC news radio six ten WTVN Allison Wyatt governor Mike DeWine sign to stay at home order for Ohioans that goes into effect tonight the measure will close on nonessential businesses until at least April six local government is is looking at this mers are looking at this police are looking at this we've now moved from asking to basically telling P. well this is this is what it is is a violation of the law.
N.Y. Weighs Four Temporary Hospitals Sites, Including Javits Center
"FEMA began work to convert the Javits convention center here in Manhattan's west side into a temporary hospital for a thousand patients governor Andrew Cuomo said it's needed because the number of coronavirus patience is only going to increase you are going to see hi and over capacity of our health system at first the plan is for the Javits center to handle non covert nineteen patients to ease the burden on other hospitals but eventually it could be turned into an isolation ward for coronavirus patients should that become
"javits center" Discussed on KGO 810
"You don't need to come to the Javits center unless there's business for you to do you can't get in and you can't get out of there doing construction all around this called Hudson yards to the south where I live some of the time so it's a pleasure to be inside the Javits center with my partner Scala dot com which is part of the stratecast mother ship this is digital technology the customer base is retail retail around the world and it's it's making it possible for clients to know who their customers are especially young start ups young companies one over their customers are you know you make a sale and you want to know where it came from and why and what snacks what they're gonna do with your product it really doesn't matter what the product is it can be a smartphone can be an automobile they can be at a document makes you want to know what your customer he's going to do with your product and will he or she come back and how can we grow the story so to help me tell the story I welcome dark hole sermon who's managing partner of strata Cashis based in London but he travels the continent so he's given me permission ask about other city they are a very good evening to you thank you I'm keen on what the start up the new company what they're asking you about stratecast about your product about how they see right now the growth in the digital enterprises around the world we're surrounded by we can just turn around and look at all the clever new names so the people who are in their twenties or thirties and a put together capital what did they want to know from you about your product good evening to you dear.
"javits center" Discussed on 710 WOR
"My wife is Hakka and she pinches penance Schaefer, rainy day, and I was appointed scouts. So I'm prepared. Wow. This guy likes to brag. Siemian Hawkeye Hawkeye. What does that mean? I don't know what the heck he meant by that. But you know, what several workers don't exactly get paid tons and tons and tons of money, not all of them, make you know, ridiculous sums of money and saving up. Fifty grand is taught if he got like a kid in college or a private school or just public school and trying to keep them and activities, and it's hard to save fifty thousand dollars just for that rainy day that the government might shut down. And the reason you worked for the government and not in the private sector where you could possibly make more money is because you got a pension, and you got healthcare, and you've got all these benefits, and then they shut the government down. It's kind of a drag. I just think it's funny that this guy is so open fifty thousand normally hear people. It makes me think he doesn't have anything at all. All right. Alison, I want a full report on what your sister's doing today at work. Get back to us. Okay. Fine. I'll text you. Okay. Thanks Alice species Alice at the Javits center with the workers going back. I guess that's if you're working to say, well, you will come to work. You're not getting paid. That's fascinating. To me. I tried to find haka Jews of Asia. So. Yeah, that's it. That's what I said. Yeah. So he's taking a shot at his Jewish wife. Petty pitcher. Jews of Asia. All right. And he's Scottish that means he's cheap. They must have some household through them. All right. Coming up next. Our buddy, Tom Brokaw stepping in it stirred up a big controversy. What did he say that got him in hot water? Plus your next chance to win a thousand dollars is coming up at ten zero five. And that's when Mark Simone comes your way as well. All right here on seven ten WR. Boy,.
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"Major retailers of the plan. Heck the solar system. This is the Javits center on Hatton. Hudson river global warming, and I welcome somebody from the other side of the world where it is summertime. This is David gross. Who's from Adelaide? David David is from Adelaide. And that means that he's an Australian, and they live very, well, especially this time of year, and he's given up his Barbie to be with us here in Manhattan, but David's job. A very good evening to you your job. Asia specially southeast Asia. But it stretches from. India Australia Japan for a strategy cash. Not to make asking to make a difference. Where do you find the traffic cash avail of power, which is to enhance bricks and mortar with data with retail information? Where do you find that embrace the fastest David? Thank you John for having me. Different countries. I think this is the big thing about Asia Pacific each country is a different stages. So we could say India is an emerging market. Australia is probably more advance Japan dying. Has been an advance we've technology. So the garage is different. In individual countries. But there is a mass adoption right happening very quickly road across the region. I believe as your headquarters in Singapore. This is the new quotas. Correct. That we're setting up in Singapore for.
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"The javits center more at career fair dot dot edu from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly a nato summit is getting underway in brussels president trump and the leaders of britain france and germany are among those attending npr's alice fordham says ahead of the talks trump complained about the amount some nato countries are spending on defense appointees expected to press on the first day of the military alliances summit the president confronted secretary general jens stoltenberg so we're protecting germany were projecting friends with these fences and the numerous of the country's go out and make a pipeline deal with russia trump frequently connect security matters with trade a tendency that worries analysts and diplomats at nato trump's reference to a pipeline deal is in regard to germany doing business with russia to lawsuits filed after last summer's deadly white nationalist rally in charlottesville virginia are going to trial spencer with member station w c v e says one lawsuit pits the city against private militias while the other is aimed at two leaders of that rally to judges in different courts and looking at different legal theories reached the same conclusion the result is that a pair of lawsuits one about guns and the other alleging a conspiracy to commit violence should both go to trial the first pitting the city of charlottesville and its merchants against private militias could begin as early as the thirtieth wall street futures are on the downside this morning i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york democratic senators from the tristate area are building a case against brent cavanaugh president trump's nominee for the supreme court wnyc washington correspondent john o'connor reports connecticut senator chris murphy said trump's nominee could rule on a texas case challenging the affordable care act the trump administration is trying to get the judicial branch to invalidate protections for people with preexisting conditions congress couldn't repeal the law he said but cavenaugh dissented in two thousand eleven decision upholding the aca new york's kirsten gillibrand said cavanaugh would undermine worker rights and other senators argued state gun laws and the special counsels trump investigation are also at risk with republicans controlling the senate democrats will need public pressure to prevent kavanagh's confirmation the trump administration has failed to meet that federal judges order to reunite all migrant children under five who were taken from their parents at the southern border and some of those children are in new new york but federal officials won't say how many beth krause legal aid society says her lawyers represent five young migrant children around the state and they're not getting much information from the federal government either we don't know where the parent is or or where how the reunification is going to happen you know we are giving access to our clients we know what's going on with our client but we don't know the other part of the puzzle lawyers say the parents of the children could have been freed or deported if they're not still in detention mostly sunny today highs near eighty seven degrees seventy four degrees fair skies.
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"She lost an election that she did not see coming she was not ready for it in any way the presumption was not only during the campaign but leading into election i you recall that hillary thought she would win this whole thing ever i i just remember on election night how cocky her staff was on television just talking about yeah okay you have court for losing a couple of the early thinks that's fine just watch as the night goes along now you're gonna say it's totally fine telephone and then uh that glass ceiling at the he of the javits center was never shattered even by the tears in the room let's listen to how hillary clinton responded after she lost if closet cleaning law walks in the woods and playing with my dogs then yoga alternate nostril breathing which i highly recommend trying to calm myself down and you know my share of chardonnay it was a very hard transition i really struggled i couldn't feel like couldn't think i was just gobsmacked wiped out she couldn't feel she couldn't think she was turning to chardonnay i i mean imagine that no matter who you are if you make it all the way to the end of a general election you lose their presidential election must be tough but there's cert there's something about hillary that always seem very like self preordained like this is going to happen i'm entitled to it and i think that's the the thing that we always respond to an indistinct troll level when we see her really think you know you think about hillary ease the kind of think that she just feels like she is entitled solve this and it's amazing to see that she was so s so shocked by this that she was paralyzed by that she felt that she felt like she did turn to chardonnay that she was that she was catatonic practically about losing the election while chardonnay i thought was her pet name for bill satisfaction attorney have yet others hearing to bill turned to build for comfort that is what she calls are neck listen i i agree with you i don't think any of us any of this specially the wmal audience disagrees that hillary felt entitled to that into that i'm in our democrats agree with you that's true at of it's very true but i mean again look at what she did.
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"So you can call up and talk about the climate apocalypse you can talk about what your favorite hillary clinton excuses i she was continuing how wine a phone toy yesterday she was at the job at centre where she was supposed to be giving a victory speech on election night and instead she she shown up so far server severed months they could they couldn't get the deposit bag she bought all those fireworks as well i think they sold of ted said sold the la to some but the but she was at the javits center duty by the climate apocalypse for the reason she she lost the love the the know that that comes after the macedonia called dead fobs by the way the macedonian content farms are broiling the content crop of the macedonian content farms who's going to be terrible terrible sense trump pulled out of the paris climate accord and we we take this very seriously the paris climate accord uh so we're going to bring you up to speed on some of the more moderate tempered reaction stirred the democrat super doughnut tom style who spent more money to less purpose than i think anybody on the planet did in the last direct the electoral cycle but democrat super donut tom's diet said that trump is quote committing a traitress active war against the american people patricia arquette a member of the distinguished arquette acting family says serious questions.