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Trump impeached after Capitol riot in historic second charge

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 d ago

Trump impeached after Capitol riot in historic second charge

"Nearly a week to the minute after scrambling to hide from trump supporters in the capital house lawmakers impeach the president blaming him for inciting the riot it was in the same chamber were security guards drew weapons to keep riders out we are debating this historic measure that an actual crime scene Democrat Jim McGovern hours before the most bipartisan presidential impeachment in modern times ten Republicans voted with Democrats to hold the president accountable just a week before he leaves office arguing he could not be trusted to govern a minute longer but other GOP members like Tom McClintock said it was pointless I cannot think of a more petty vindictive and gratuitous act in a video released after the vote the president for the first time condemned the violence mob violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for he made no reference to being impeached Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump becomes first president to be impeached twice, as bipartisan majority charges him with inciting Capitol riot

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 d ago

Trump becomes first president to be impeached twice, as bipartisan majority charges him with inciting Capitol riot

"Is laid upon the table. President Trump has been impeached a second time over his involvement in last week's shocking riot, which has sense led to a massive security build up in DC 10. Republicans joined with Democrats to approve the article of impeachment. Incitement of insurrection and emotions are still raw. A week after the attack here at the Capitol. Are you on the side of chaos in the mob? On the side of constitutional democracy and our freedom. It's that simple. Virginia Congressman Gerry Connolly. He and other Democrats say President Trump had to be held accountable for his supporters who broke into the capital House Rules Committee chair Jim McGovern. People died. Everybody should be outraged whether you're a Democrat, a Republican. If this is not an impeachable offense, I don't know what the hell is. But Ohio Republican Jim Jordan, a supporter of the president, has this view. There's no way this helps the nation deal with the tragic and terrible events. Last week that we all condemned. The house's top Republican Kevin McCarthy, did not vote for impeachment. But says President Trump isn't without blame. These facts require immediate action. President Trump Except to share responsibility. Quell the brewing unrest. President Trump Impeached for a second

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Trump on verge of 2nd impeachment after Capitol siege

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Trump on verge of 2nd impeachment after Capitol siege

"The house is on the verge of impeaching president trump again accusing him of encouraging loyalists to storm the capitol in extraordinary day on the house floor unfolded a week after the deadly riot and a week before the president's due to leave office Jim McGovern and Democrats blame him for inciting insurrection we are debating this historic measure that an actual crime scene and we wouldn't be here if it weren't for the president of United States the debate opened under heavy security with National Guard troops among those outside the capital Republican Tom Cole says what the nation needs as a path to unity not another impeachment I can think of no action the house could take is more likely to further divide him the American people no Republicans voted to impeach the president thirteen months ago but several say they will join Democrats today in voting to make him the first chief executive impeached twice Sager made Donnie Washington

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Defiant Trump denounces violence but takes no responsibility for inciting deadly riot

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Defiant Trump denounces violence but takes no responsibility for inciting deadly riot

"President Trump today, making his first public appearance since last week's riots of the U. S Capitol building a Prius argument. Johnny has more shortly before the violence. The president encouraged backers to March on the Capitol and praise them during the assault. But he says the statements were fine. Everybody took the key thought it was totally appropriate, not Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern. It came here to destroy things to desecrate things. On. They did show because the president of states told me gonna do it. The House will vote tonight on a resolution pushing vice president Pence, saying the cabinet to remove the president from office and tomorrow will debate impeaching the president, which he says will cause tremendous danger and anger. Soccer Megane Washington

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Trump takes no responsibility for riot as he heads to Texas

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Trump takes no responsibility for riot as he heads to Texas

"In his first public appearance since the capital riot president trump is taking no responsibility for encouraging a violent insurrection shortly before the violence the president encouraged backers to March on the capitol and praise them during the assault but he says the statements were fine everybody did say he thought it was totally appropriate not Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern they came here to destroy things to desecrate thanks R. Kelly did show because the president had staged on the go do it the house will vote tonight on a resolution pushing vice president pence and the cabinet to remove the president from office and tomorrow we'll debate impeaching the president which he says will cause tremendous danger and anger Sager mag ani Washington

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World Reacts to the Bill Belichick news

WBZ Overnight News

01:49 min | 3 d ago

World Reacts to the Bill Belichick news

"Head head coach coach Bill Bill Belichick Belichick will will not not be be accepting accepting the the presidential presidential Medal Medal of of Freedom Freedom in in Washington Washington this this week. week. WBC WBC TVs and a reduced Rodriguez days before he was set to receive the nation's highest civilian honor. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says no thinks he made the announcement by releasing this statement that reads in part recently, I was offered the opportunity to receive the presidential medal of Freedom, which I was flattered by out of respect for what the honor represents an admiration for prior recipients. Subsequently, the tragic events of last week occurred and the decision has been made not to move forward with the award. The rejection puts to rest days of speculation and chatter from fans and Fox borrow. He shouldn't take it. You know, it's what this country is going through. I said, distance myself from Trump by all costs. When you're asking a Patriots fan, I'd say he's pretty deserving to ranking members of the Massachusetts delegation in Washington. I would refuse it if I were Bill Belichick earlier today, Congressman Jim McGovern said Coach Bela check should stay away from the White House. This president is not fit to be in office so anything that he would be stolen. Anything on anybody to me is meaningless and to accept it is disgraceful. Trump and Bella jak have known each other for years Back in 2017 Fella check traveled with the team to the White House to celebrate the Patriots Historic win against Atlanta. This is what Belichick had to say about their relationship. During the 2016 presidential election. I think anybody that's spent more than five minutes with Mae knows I'm not a political person. My comments or not. Politically motivated. I'm a friendship and loyalty of Donald presentation of the presidential Medal of Freedom was expected Thursday

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Boston-area Patriots Head Coach Belichick won't move forward with freedom medal

WBZ Overnight News

01:49 min | 3 d ago

Boston-area Patriots Head Coach Belichick won't move forward with freedom medal

"Will will not not be be accepting accepting the the presidential presidential Medal Medal of of Freedom Freedom in in Washington Washington this this week. week. WBC WBC TVs TVs and a reduced Rodriguez days before he was set to receive the nation's highest civilian honor. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says no thinks he made the announcement by releasing this statement that reads in part recently, I was offered the opportunity to receive the presidential medal of Freedom, which I was flattered by out of respect for what the honor represents an admiration for prior recipients. Subsequently, the tragic events of last week occurred and the decision has been made not to move forward with the award. The rejection puts to rest days of speculation and chatter from fans and Fox Burrow. He shouldn't take it. Um, you know, it's ah. What this country is going through, said distant place myself from Trump by all costs, and you're asking a Patriots fan. I'd say he's pretty deserving to ranking members of the Massachusetts delegation in Washington. I would refuse it if I were Bill Belichick earlier today, Congressman Jim McGovern said Coach Bela check should stay away from the White House. This president is not fit to be in office so anything that he would be stolen. Anything on anybody to me is meaningless and to accept it is disgraceful. Trump and Belichick have known each other for years Back in 2017 Fella. Jack traveled with the team to the White House to celebrate the Patriots Historic win against Atlanta. This is what Bella check had to say about their relationship. During the 2016 presidential election. I think anybody that's spent more than five minutes with Mae knows I'm not a political person. Uh, Comments or not. Politically motivated. I'm a friendship and loyalty of Donald presentation of the presidential Medal of Freedom was expected Thursday later. State Covert

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Patriots Coach Belichick Refuses Presidential Medal After Violence At Capitol

WBZ Overnight News

01:49 min | 3 d ago

Patriots Coach Belichick Refuses Presidential Medal After Violence At Capitol

"Not not will will be be accepting accepting not not be be accepting accepting the the presidential presidential the the presidential presidential Medal Medal of of Freedom Freedom Medal Medal in in of of Washington Washington Freedom Freedom in in Washington Washington this this week. week. this this week. week. WBC WBC WBC WBC TVs TVs and TVs TVs a reduced Rodriguez and a reduced Rodriguez days before days he before was set to he receive was set to the receive nation's the highest nation's highest civilian civilian honor. honor. Patriots head Patriots coach Bill head Belichick coach Bill Belichick says no says thinks no thinks he made he the announcement made the announcement by releasing by releasing this statement this that statement reads in that part reads in part recently, recently, I was offered I the was offered opportunity the opportunity to receive to the receive presidential the presidential medal of Freedom, medal of Freedom, which I was which flattered I was flattered by out of by respect out of respect for what the for honor what represents the honor represents an admiration an admiration for prior for recipients. prior recipients. Subsequently, Subsequently, the tragic the events tragic of last events week of last occurred week occurred and the decision and the has decision been made has been made not to move not forward to move with forward the award. with the award. The rejection The puts rejection to rest puts days to rest of days speculation of speculation and chatter and chatter from fans from and Fox fans Burrow. and Fox Burrow. He shouldn't take He it. shouldn't take it. Um, you Um, know, it's ah. you know, it's ah. What this country What is going this country through, is going through, said said distant distant place myself place from myself Trump from by Trump all costs, by all and costs, you're asking a and Patriots you're asking fan. a Patriots fan. I'd say he's pretty I'd say deserving he's pretty deserving to ranking members to ranking of the members Massachusetts of the Massachusetts delegation delegation in Washington. in Washington. I would refuse I it would refuse if it I were if Bill Belichick I were Bill Belichick earlier today, earlier today, Congressman Congressman Jim McGovern Jim McGovern said Coach said Bela check Coach Bela should check stay away should stay away from the White House. from the White House. This president is This not president fit is not to fit be in office to be in office so anything so anything that he would be stolen. that he would Anything be stolen. on Anything anybody on anybody to me is meaningless to me is meaningless and to and accept it to is accept disgraceful. it is disgraceful. Trump and Belichick Trump and have Belichick known each other have known for each years other for years Back in 2017 Back in 2017 Fella. Jack traveled Fella. Jack with traveled the team with to the the team White House to the to White celebrate House to celebrate the Patriots the Patriots Historic Historic win win against Atlanta. against Atlanta. This is what This Bella is check what had Bella to say check about had to say their about relationship. their relationship. During the 2016 During the 2016 presidential presidential election. election. I think anybody I think that's anybody spent more that's than spent five more minutes than five with Mae minutes with Mae knows I'm not knows a political I'm not person. a political person. Uh, Uh, Comments Comments or not. or not. Politically motivated. Politically motivated. I'm a friendship I'm a and friendship loyalty of and Donald loyalty of Donald presentation presentation of the presidential of the presidential Medal of Freedom Medal of Freedom was expected was expected Thursday Thursday later. State later. Covert State

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Trump defender Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan to get presidential medal of freedom

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Trump defender Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan to get presidential medal of freedom

"Donald Trump today gives out another presidential medal of freedom to one of his most vocal supporters. Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio correspondent Karen Travers says there will be another medal ceremony later this week. President Trump plans to present the Medal of Freedom to New England. Patriots football coach Bill Balance check on Thursday Ballot check supported the president during the 2016 campaign and has visited the Trump White House after the Patriots won the Super Bowl. One Democratic congressman from Massachusetts, said Monday morning. The Bella check should quote do The right thing and refuse the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, representative Jim McGovern said. Quote to accept it is

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Trump to honor head coach of the New England Patriots with Presidential Medal of Freedom

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 4 d ago

Trump to honor head coach of the New England Patriots with Presidential Medal of Freedom

"Of black residents in the day. Should correspondent Jim Chris Ola reporting Donald Trump today gives out another presidential medal of freedom to one of his most vocal supporters, this time Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio Correspondent Karen Travers says there will be another medal ceremony later this week. President Trump Plans to present the Medal of Freedom to New England Patriots football coach Bill Belichick on Thursday. Ballot check supported the president during the 2016 campaign and has visited the Trump White House after the Patriots won the Super Bowl. One Democratic congressman from Massachusetts, said Monday morning the Bella check should quote, do the right thing and refused the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. Representative Jim McGovern said. Quote to

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:58 min | 7 months ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KGO 810

"This's America changed forever from the CBS Audio Network. I'm Gil Gross. The United States is deep in a debate about police procedures and reforms. It's not a new debate, but it's one of the many sorts of debates and flare up after incidents and Then recede again after a few weeks, But not this time combination of videos and police chiefs and mayors, frustrated by efforts at reform in the past, seemed to have left the country in a mood to do something. This week, the House passed a police reform bill headed to an uncertain fate in the Senate. Congressman Jim McGovern is a Democrat and chairman of the House Rules Committee. Jim Good to have you with us. How are you? I'm doing fine. Happy to be with you before we get to the Justice and policing act and some of the things that are being considered in Congress. What do you think has changed Because we've had incidents like the incidents in the news before. We've had this conversation before, But it seems the public mood is very different. You're right. I mean, this is Not unique. Unfortunately, we've seen these kinds of murders happen Time and time again. You know, one of the things that I think made a difference here is that young teenage girl videotaped all of this for the whole world. To see anybody who watched that video had to be horrified. And as a result, I think you've seen unprecedented outrage at these protests have seen incredible diversity and the pressure is built on Congress to do something, and I think you know we have this moment, which seems a little bit different than in the past. Where we're actually gonna do something. I mean, what usually happens after these tragedies is that members of Congress issued a press release is saying or this is terrible, and we have to do it. Do something about systemic racism in this country, and then we move on to the next subject. But this is different than the Congressional Black Caucus, led by Jimmy Karen Bass is done an incredible job of putting together the George Boy Justice of policing after 2020 which I think takes a step step in the right direction. But you know what? The American people are waking up to injustice, and I don't know all the factors to make this moment Attorney point But thank God it is attorney. You're one of the many co sponsors of the Justice and Policing act. Can you explain to us what's in it, and then we can go through some of these points, one by one. I mean, there's a lot of different things in it. I mean, there's efforts to end racial religious profile. Found a better choke holds and no knock warrants. Limit limiting military equipment. Way have a program that where the Pentagon can provide equipment to our local police departments, and we've seen everything from tanks to grenade launchers being provided the local police departments and You know our citizens They're not enemy combatants on you shouldn't treat them as such. There's an effort to to deal with qualified immunity. No police accountable in court when they violate people's civil rights, a never to investigate police misconduct, more transparency by collecting data on police misconduct and use of force. I mean, there's a lot of other things in there, and this is not everything that needs to be addressed, but it is a step in the right direction, and I think it's a meaningful step in the right direction. Let's go through some of those things. But first, you know the general question that people are wondering about. We're talking about federal legislation. Things like banning choke holds at the federal level, but Many of these things we're going to be controlled by laws at the state level and how much control does the federal government have over that? Well, I mean, the federal government can't provide assistance in aid and incentives for local Jurisdictions to comply. I mean is, you know such a thing as carrots and sticks, But I think what's what's what was happening at the local level. I can't even talk about it in my own district is that there's a growing awareness that a lot of these issues are really local issues that need to be addressed by the federal government could play a powerful role in helping create a climate and providing the incentives help make it more likely that our local jurisdictions will do the right thing. You mentioned the program from the Pentagon, where Surplus weaponry could be bought by police department. These are mainly weapons that were made meant those military weapons. How did this seemingly get out of hand at the point where local police departments are that don't even have enough servers say to record all of the video that may be record by police camps. How did this get to the point that these military grade weapons were being used? I think the initial impetus for this came after things like 9 11 where people were afraid local police forces would be facing terrorism on a level that they hadn't seen before. But This seems to have grown to an extent and in areas where It was really not considered when this program started. We'll look like many ideas, well intentioned, you know, he got out of control. I mean, you know, President Obama try toe for this, But, you know, all police departments are not all the same. But there were some that you know when they see new equipment, even if it's you know, weapons, even its equipment. Useful war. I mean, you know they apply for they try to get it. On again. We have departments that have amassed military equipment That really is equipment that is meant for fighting wars and, you know, dealing with enemy combatants not dealing with with our citizens. Policing shouldn't be. You know a few things the same way we view the role of our military. And unfortunately, some jurisdictions that has that has been the case. You mentioned transparency and the idea of a national police misconduct registry. I think this is something came as a surprise to a lot of people that if I'm a police department in one city, and somebody applies to Be a police officer. Very often. I have no way to find out if they have been accused of misconduct. In another police department somewhere because thes records were not public, even to them correct. It's ridiculous. I think it came as a surprise to a lot of people, but that's been one of the problems. I mean, you had some bad police officers that have moved from one department to another department to another department who have terrific records. Now, I don't know whether You know those who hired them? We're aware of some of their records. But the bottom line is, my guess is that in many cases they didn't and they just brought their bad behavior from one department to another. And look, I think it's report for the public to know whether or not there are police officers..

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U.S. House votes to allow 'proxy' voting during coronavirus crisis

Pacifica Evening News

01:54 min | 8 months ago

U.S. House votes to allow 'proxy' voting during coronavirus crisis

"Manner the house also approved a package of historic rules changes which allowed representatives to work remotely and vote by proxy during the corona virus pandemic under the new rules representatives can assign their vote to another lawmaker will be at the capitol to cast it for them eventually a provision allows for direct remote voting once the technology is approved on this vote the yeas are two hundred and seventeen and the nays are one eighty nine the resolution is adopted the house committees will also be allowed to function fully remotely house lawmakers can draft bills conduct oversight and even issue subpoenas from their homes the house rules committee chair Jim McGovern says proxy voting and remote work ensures Congress can continue to function during the pandemic state legislatures and governments around the world have already acted to make remote voting possible I really don't know why some people here believe this house is somehow different we cannot afford to let this pandemic stop by legislative work and a track close to the minority leader we want to do our work and we want to do the oversight to make sure that the administration just a minor we that we fought to get to the American people the right way Democrats say proxy voting should only be used during times of crisis and the changes are expected to be temporary publican staunchly opposed the plan saying that it's unconstitutional for representatives not to vote in person here's house minority leader Kevin McCarthy a virtual Congress it would be a Congress that is connected to the internet but disconnected from the American people that is unfair to our constituents our colleagues our country and it undermines the very purpose of representative democracy as our founders designed proxy voting will be a first for Congress which is required representatives to be there in person essentially since its

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US imposes new sanctions on Iran

WBZ Midday News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

US imposes new sanctions on Iran

"Says you're right Iranian general costs solemn Mani and others were planning major attacks on for U. S. embassies but president trump and secretary of state Mike Pompeii continue to rebuff questions about what they meant when they say those attacks were quote imminent meanwhile the president is ordered new economic sanctions against Iran targeting senior Iranian officials an important sectors of an economy that is already straining under previous sanctions two members of Massachusetts democratic congressional delegation weigh in on the president's Iran policy we get more from WBZ's don Huff congressman Jim McGovern says the world is not a safer place because of the president's around policy I'm tired of endless wars and I think that there are alternatives here to pursue them and this president doesn't have a clue what he's doing the governor adds diplomacy is a better option than war congressman Steve Lynch says Congress should be involved I wish the president would I live up to its constitutional obligation to inform the Congress so that we can be part of this process and

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Under way now congressman Jim McGovern for the democratic majority require re is simply to answer the following question did president trump and his top advisers corruptly withhold official government actions to obtain an improper advantage in the next election we now know through the hard work of our investigative committees and because of the president's own admission that the answer to that question is yes but Republican Michael Burgess accusing the Democrats rush to impeach first and solidify the case second threatens the credibility of the process and threatens the credibility of the body engaged in this very house of representatives the outcome though virtually certain a vote along party lines to impeach president trump on charges of abusing his office and obstructing a congressional probe he would then stand trial in the Republican dominated Senate CBS news special report on the keep I'm Paul Rasmussen the judge has thrown out Paul mana forks New York mortgage fraud case on double jeopardy grounds metaphor was president trump's campaign chairman in twenty sixteen he was later convicted into federal cases over his business dealings and is serving a seven and a half year prison sentence metaphors lawyers argued state charges should be dismissed because they involve some of the same allegations as federal cases that put metaphor behind bars the charges filed against the leader of Pittsburgh's delta foundation today Gerry van horn who is accused of forging Allegheny county sheriff William Mullins name on a document to obtain police lights for his vehicle KDKA radio's Marty Griffin reports van horn is charged by state police with forgery and impersonating a public official among other charges van horn's attorneys feel dealer center he tells KDKA radio he still learning about the case against van horn who says he has done great things in the LGBTQ community he mentioned the foundation things are trying to bring people together man horn expected to turn himself in today thieves are breaking into homes in Brentwood while people are sleeping and when they're done ripping them off their stealing car keys and driving up with homeowners vehicles Brentwood borough police issued a release Tuesday to alert the community about the crimes resident sure Luther shared her concern with KDKA TV stealing keys and you know personal items while their home so that's a that's a little frightening the use of so far hit some homes on three streets east garden road Jacobson Dr and hill park street police revising homeowners to lock windows even on the second story and secure valuables the winning mega millions ticket were three hundred seventy two million dollars in last night's drawing was sold at giant eagle in mentor a suburb of Cleveland it's the twenty of mega millions jackpot ticket sold in Ohio since two thousand two one Wall Street at this hour happen to us and says the Dow is up thirty three points to twenty eight thousand three hundred the nasdaq up twelve points in the S. and P. is ahead by three points in sports the pens won last night for one a Calgary AB getting Malkin is now in a very short list of penguins players to score four hundred goals five Steelers selected for.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on AP News

"In an angry letter to speaker Nancy Pelosi the president says while he's facing articles of impeachment accusing him of abuse of power it's Democrats were abusing their since it's been a a total sham from the beginning asked by reporters if you'll take any responsibility for being impeached I get a 0 to put it mildly again insisting he's done nothing wrong while accusing Democrats of perverting justice he spoke as a house panel sparred over the rules for tomorrow's historic votes with Democrat Jim McGovern saying the president violated the National Trust and undermine democracy he acted in a way that rises to the level of impeachment Sager may gunny Washington

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Trump blasts Democrats before impeachment vote

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Trump blasts Democrats before impeachment vote

"In an angry letter to speaker Nancy Pelosi the president says while he's facing articles of impeachment accusing him of abuse of power it's Democrats were abusing their since it's been a a total sham from the beginning asked by reporters if you'll take any responsibility for being impeached I get a zero to put it mildly again insisting he's done nothing wrong while accusing Democrats of perverting justice he spoke as a house panel sparred over the rules for tomorrow's historic votes with Democrat Jim McGovern saying the president violated the National Trust and undermine democracy he acted in a way that rises to the level of impeachment Sager may gunny Washington

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Lawmakers debate impeachment on eve of historic vote

Mark Larson

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Lawmakers debate impeachment on eve of historic vote

"Update on the eve of the historic house vote on impeaching president trump the rules committee is setting the guidelines for floor debate panel chairman Jim McGovern I expect we'll have a lot of debate here today I hope everyone searches for conscience after tomorrow's both the focus will be on a Senate trial in January right now leaders of both sides are sparring over how many witnesses if any to call it that trial CVS is Nancy court is actually not that uncommon that the two sides with set out their bargaining positions right at the outset Schumer saying he wants a bunch of witnesses McConnell saying he doesn't want any witnesses and then they would move to the middle from there that's how things have worked in the past whether they can work that way again in this highly partisan environment that we're in right now as pertains to impeachment remains to be seen and we just learned that president trump has sent speaker Nancy Pelosi a six page letter objecting to impeachment CBS news update on

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Impeachment Inquiry Catch-Up: A Vote By House Democrats Makes It Official

America in the Morning

03:16 min | 1 year ago

Impeachment Inquiry Catch-Up: A Vote By House Democrats Makes It Official

"The possible impeachment of president trump is gaining momentum in the U. S. house Terry Moore reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the vote on a democratic resolution moving the impeachment process forward they are two hundred and thirty two the nays are one hundred and ninety six during a capital breathing hello see insisted Democrats are protecting the constitution from a president who says that I can do what ever I want and not sell house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy called an unprecedented undemocratic unfair investigation Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole it's not a fair process it's not an open process it's not a transparent process but instead is limited with a pre ordained outcome Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern we are not here in some partisan exercise we are here because the facts compel us to be here the next phase of impeachment will be highlighted by open televised hearings guidelines have also been set for witness testimony I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill Bob Constantini now at twenty two before the hour has the initial reaction from the White House after the U. S. house voted to formalize the impeachment process the greatest witch hunt in American history that's a presidential tweet the first broader White House reaction from press secretary Stephanie Grisham the president has done nothing wrong and the Democrats know it Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats unhinged obsession with this illegitimate impeachment proceeding does not hurt president trump it hurts the American people instead of focusing on pressing issues that impact real families the Democrats are choosing everyday to waste time with Sam impeachment a blatantly partisan attempt to destroy the president president trump did not appear in public but did call into LBC radio in London for a program hosted by the leader of brings it a desperate desperate it's the only way they're going to try and win the election this week because I can wear the fairway the White House and the duties that impeachment by the house is almost a foregone conclusion the president had some GOP senators in for lunch Thursday after the house vote to shore up soon support Mr trump is also planning three rallies next week in the south the White House might add some staffers and lawyers to deal with the formalized impeachment process it is a vote the president and Republicans have been saying needs to be taken before they might cooperate no presidential counselor kellyanne Conway declaring it's too late they move the goalpost completely no they can't do anything that would make this investigation legitimate as for word that former national security adviser John Bolton might appear before the three committees looking into impeachment Conway and the position that former officials quick access to the president should not cooperate has not changed in the actual impeachment hearing room lawmakers continue to depose witnesses from appointee to the National Security Council Tim Morrison resigned Wednesday apparently so he could honor a subpoena appearing behind closed doors Thursday the Russia expert according to sources told committee members from both parties he listened into the phone conversation president trump and with Ukraine's president on July twenty fifth Morrison reportedly said he found nothing illegal in the president asking voters Lynskey for a favor to investigate Democrats but Marcin added he knew the call transcript could be problematic reportedly said he did not want it made

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:09 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Madam speaker on Wednesday afternoon the rules committee marked up in favor really reported house resolution six sixty directing certain committees to continue their ongoing investigations as part of the existing house of representatives enquiring into whether sufficient grounds exist for the house of representatives to exercise its constitutional power to impeach Donald John trump president of the United States of America speaker this is a sad day for our country over two hundred and thirty years ago when the founders of our country wrote the constitution they entrusted us with the gift of self government but they knew the persistence of this gift was not a short it may be taken for granted today but having your shaken up a tyrant the founders knew better I understood that the very foundations of our country our depended on safeguarding against one branch of government encroaching on the others that's what the idea of checks and balances is all about within that system the framers gave only this Congress the power if need be to impeach a president over possible wrongdoing this fact that no one is above the law is what separates this country from so many others because of its seriousness the impeachment process has been really use for presidents for just the fourth time in our nation's history Congress is now investigating whether to impeach a president of the United States our authority to do so under article two section for the constitution of the United States and the rules of the house of representatives is clear and the courts have recently agreed for all the disagreements I have with president trump for all his policies his tweets and his rhetoric that I deeply disagree with I never wanted our country to reach this point I do not take any pleasure in the need for this resolution we are not here in some partisan exercise we are here because the facts compel us to be here there are very serious evidence that president trump may have violated the constitution this is about protecting our national security and safeguarding our elections that's why the intelligence committee has been gathering evidence and hearing testimony like any investigation reasonable confidentiality has been paramount witness you should not be able to coordinate testimony in advance the truth must be allowed to prevail Republicans have been a part of every single proceeding conducted so far Republicans conducting these depositions along with your staff have had an opportunity to question each and every witness now ma'am speaker we are entering the public facing phase of this process and I commend the investigative committees and their staffs for the professional manner which they've conducted themselves I'd also like to commend the courageous public servants that have bravely come forward to tell the truth without their coverage this possible wrongdoing would never have seen the light of day the public should not be left in the dark they should see the facts about the president's conduct first hand that's why I introduce this resolution it is establishes the next steps of this requiring including establishing the procedure for public facing hearings conducted by the intelligence committee and the process for transferring evidence to the Judiciary Committee it's about transparency and it's about due process for the present some on the other side will never be satisfied with any process that it covers the true to what the president did madam speaker it none of us knows whether or not president trump will be impeached or convicted only the facts and how we respond to them will dictate the outcome but I truly believe that a hundred years from now historians will look back at this moment in judge us by the decisions we make here today this moment calls for more than politics it calls for people concerned not about the reactions of partisans today but of the consequences of inaction decades from now if we don't hold this president accountable we could be feeding your ability to hold any president accountable and at the end of the day this rich resolution isn't about Donald Trump it isn't about any of us it's about our constitution it's about our country and so I urge my colleagues to do not just think about the political pressures of the moment these will pass please consider the heavy responsibility you have today to this institution the constitution and to our country I reserve the balance of my time German house rules committee chair Jim McGovern rice madam speaker I want to thank the gentleman from Massachusetts Mister governed for yielding me the customary thirty minutes and I yield myself such time as I may consume Germans recognized Tom call is the ranking Republican on the rules committee Elizabeth which you have a last night hearing before I begin madam speaker I would ask the chairman if he would withdraw the resolution at which time I will ask unanimous consent that the house immediately proceed to the consideration of HR six six eight instead which provides for consideration of house resolution six sixty under a rule madam speaker this would in no way prevent the consideration of the resolution before us today however would provide us with an opportunity for all members to participate in the process my proposed rule would provide for four hours of general debate on HR I six six zero allow for amendments under an open process and provide for a motion to recommit on an issue as important as this madam speaker one hour of debate on a resolution written in the dark of night and marked up in a process where no Republican amendments were accepted is simply insufficient additionally would allow all members to offer amendments to improve the process to get to the truth which I'm sure is the goal of all my colleagues on both sides of the aisle with that I would ask the chairman to accept my request when you I certainly of my friend I can recognize no I do not thank you madam speaker then I would ask unanimous consent to debate time on the house resolution six fifty be expanded to four hours so every member could purchase of a gentleman from Massachusetts has yielded all time for debate only the gentleman from Massachusetts would have to heal for this request thank you very much madam speaker in that case I want to act begin by echoing my friends words is a sad day for all of us for me personally I'm sure for all of my colleagues on the rules committee and for the institution as a whole today's resolution set forth a process for impeaching the president of the United States it's not a fair process it's not an open process it's not a transparent process but instead is limited and a close process with a pre ordained outcome impeachment of the president is one of the most consequential acts that the house of representatives I can do and it should only be done after the fullest consideration and yet over the last month without a vote and with only the speaker say so committees having been engaged in a closed impeachment inquiry on what amounts to nothing more than a partisan fishing expedition at least today the majority's admitting what we know and have known all along that the house was not following an appropriate process for impeachment I do not think the process were setting for in this resolution is a fair one either that's not fair to the president of the United States it's not fair to the house of representatives and it's not fair to the American people the process laid out in the resolution before us is different from the process used for both president Nixon in nineteen seventy four and president Clinton in nineteen ninety eight today's resolution provides fewer process protections and fewer protection for minority rights then what we've seen in previous impeachment efforts at our mark up yesterday Republicans tried to change that we tried to offer constructive amendments that made the process more fair it would give rights to the minority that would give rights to the accused and that would ensure due process for everyone Republicans offered seventeen amendments and not one not one madam speaker was accepted not one we offered amendments that would align the subpoena powers in this resolution with the subpoena powers used for president Clinton unlike then as the Clinton inquire re today's resolution does not provide for co equal subpoenas not power instead of grants the minority the right to subpoena witnesses a material only with the concurrence of the chair with no such limitation on the rights of the chair to issue subpoenas we offer the membership would change that but the majority rejected both of them and each of them in turn we offered an amendment that would allow all members the right to fully access committee records this is common sense for doing something as serious as impeaching the president the member should have the right to see what records the committee produced so that they will know what they're voting on yet the majority rejected that we offer an amendment that would require the chairman of the rules committee to promulgate procedures to allow for the participation of the president and his counsel in proceedings of the intelligence committee the oversight committee the foreign affairs committee this right was granted to president Clinton in nineteen ninety eight yeah it's not present here and the majority again rejected the amendment I think the difference is clear today's resolution fails to give the minority the same rights as were present during the Clinton impeachment and it fails to offer the same due process protections they were given the presidents Nixon and Clinton and in the latter case I note those rights were given by a Republican house to a democratic president today's resolution shows a democratic house failing to give the same protections to a Republican president now speaker the unfairness is clear this is not a fair process nor was it ever intended to be it was preordained from the beginning without due process and without a fair process of respect for minority rights I do not believe the American people regard will guard this process is legitimate a legitimate process is one that offers protection for everyone involved and without those protections this will be seen as just another partisan exercise won the majority of been pushing since the very first first days of the hundred and sixteen Congress we can do better than that madam speaker the rules committee should have done better than this but since the rules committee didn't the house from us and with that madam speaker Irish opposition to the measure and reserve the balance of my time Tom Cole is the ranking member of the house rules committee earlier today manage bigger let me just say briefly that this resolution provides better protections for the president than what president Nixon Clint received and just like under Nixon and Clinton and the Judiciary Committee the president's council can submit additional testimony or evidence for the committee to consider the president is in his counsel can attend all hearings to raise objections they can question any witness this going is going beyond Nixon and Clinton this resolution allows the president's counsel to ask questions at the presentation of evidence under our procedures the ranking minority members of the Judiciary Committee and the intelligence committee may issue subpoenas of authorized by the committee by committee vote these are the same subpoena powers that the ranking minority member was given during Clinton Nixon a resolution allows for greater member participation then underpass impeachment proceeding procedures including a robust process for the minority to propose witnesses and even issue subpoenas if authorized by a by committees and and and let me just say I think that the fact of the matter is I don't either is any process that we can propose that that Republicans who prefer to circle the wagons around this president and prevent us from getting to the truth would accept I ask unanimous commitment you know his consent to Jordan for the record H. res S. eighty one from the hundred fifth Congress the Clinton peach required resolution that contains the same minority subpoena powers as a resolution transaction I also ask unanimous consent to insert in the record H. raise eight oh three the ninety three Congress the Nixon impeachment acquire resolution which also contains the same Minories subpoena powers is this resolution transaction so having said that ma'am speaker I yield one minute to the gentleman from New Mexico the assistance speaker Mr lu Han committee chair Jim McGovern madam speaker I rise today in support of the resolution on the floor we're here today because of the rule of law this resolution the inquiry is Congress up holding the old we pledge to the constitution we're here because of the president his actions his jeopardizing our national security for his own political gain we're here because we know the White House and the president admitted isn't trump use the power of the presidency to pressure and strong arm the president of a foreign country for his political gain he called it a favor do us a favor he said but it wasn't a fever it was a coordinated attempt to undermine the rule of law because of those actions Congress is compelled to be here to uphold the rule of law to make sure Americans here's the truth to say that no one not even a president can abuse the system without fair and just consequences I yield back German yields back German from Oklahoma thank you madam speaker I yield two minutes to the distinguished ranking member of the house intelligence committee my good friend Mister Nunez from California Germans recognized for two minutes I want to thank the gentleman we are not.

Key House panel sends impeachment resolution to the floor

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Key House panel sends impeachment resolution to the floor

"The house is expected to vote tomorrow on a resolution outlining the next phase in the enquiring rules committee went over the eight page measure today committee chairman Jim McGovern let there be no doubt that as much as this president wants the constitution we are going to protect it we will stand up for the constitution and defend the rule of law but Republicans in both the house and Senate say the resolution tips the scales in favor of the democratic majority Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell there do not press control basic due process rights and cutting his counsel out of the process in an unprecedented way

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Might try to take their comments down rules committee chairman Jim McGovern had warned the carcass about that during their weekly meeting on Tuesday and urged them to check with the parliamentarian regarding what they can say alosi then chimed in saying I'm not checking with the parliamentarian drawing laughter from members according to an eight it was present and yet she is lying because she said that she didn't check with the parliamentarians and that she got approval from the parliamentarian she knew last week that her remarks would violate house rules and she even lied about having run it by the parliamentarian this is all part of the strategy that they they contacted am I what I think it is backfiring on them now I see things not through the prism that the mainstream media presents them to us so you may think pressure crazy Democrats are carrying a day of it I don't think so that's only because the mainstream media's gonna always make it look like that let me give you another example you you can say what you want about senator Chuck Schumer but when shaquil Schober decides that he's got a pick up on and support one of these radical issues then I think it's a heads up as to the fact that the Democrat leadership house and Senate is losing here's the headline Chuck here was Schumer announces support for slavery reparations bill Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer told a small group of reporters on Tuesday that he will support legislation proposed by representative Sheila Jackson Lee Democrat Mars and senator Cory Booker Democrats the moon to establish a commission to study reparations for slavery now as the top Democrat in the Senate sure he's still in with the radicals this isn't going to happen this is pandering the Democrats are being given the bait to go way way left and they are taking it okay so now we're looking at you and Joe Biden you now you you have to apologize for your work were segregationists and you had to apologize for your work against forced busing to Democrats clearly now believe they've got to go buy votes they've got to go by support they don't have any big ideas all they've got is destroyed trump destroyed Republicans destroyed conservatives and buy votes they have big slanders they have big victim cards I got big race cards the Democrats running for president are entirely on impressive that's why they have to go buy votes and now Chuck Schumer comes out for reparations can Biden be far behind now they're losing control they're trying to make the I'm telling you that Schumer and policy are trying to hold on to the illusion that the Democratic Party has not shifted radical that these young upstart freshmen are a one off a that they haven't taken over but the evidence is clear they're running scared of them and it's trunk that's making this happen whether you agree with it or not that is the case people everywhere.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Does the is established forty days Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern tweeted out this video of a group of migrants from crowded behind a glass panel at the met gala Texas board of ritual station no showers no mail he was one of several house lawmakers who documented the visit showing detainees cramped on concrete floors and in caged holding cells that CBS news correspondent Nicole Killian reporting a man is dead after he attempted to attack in immigration detention facility listen to come a Washington say officer shot and killed a man who attacked in immigration detention center Sunday to call police say sixty nine year old Willam events from center arrived at the facility around four AM armed with a rifle they say officers opened fire after he tried to ignite a large propane tank and through incendiary devices of the buildings one car went up in flames that CBS news correspondent Elaine Quijano a Tennessee man died this week after being infected with a flesh eating bacteria during a trip to a Florida beach the man became ill shortly after returning from vacation in destin beach where he was visiting family for the fourth of July the man's daughter says the family discovered that a large store had developed under dad's back as well as red bumps on his arms and legs the man died July seventh just forty eight hours after his last swim in Florida the man didn't have any open cuts or wounds but he did have a compromised immune system due to a cancer treatment that may have put him at greater risk W. dubb.

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Trump appears upbeat as Mueller probe ends

WBZ Morning News

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Trump appears upbeat as Mueller probe ends

"Special counsel submitted. His report on the Russia collusion investigation to attorney general William bar last night. And now it's up to the attorney general to decide when and how to release the report's conclusions Muller was appointed. By deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, twenty two months ago to investigate Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and investigate claims of collusion between the Trump campaign in Russia. Something CBS correspondent Mola langey tells us the president has vehemently denied, it was no collusion. I didn't need Russians to help me when I awoke President Trump has repeatedly denied he had any help from the Russians and has consistently attacked the Muller probe. No collusion. No, nothing all the phony which forty which during the nearly two year. Pro- Muller has charged six of the president's associates with crimes ranging from lying to the FBI to tax evasion. Muller also indicted twenty-five Russian nationals on charges related to hacking or disseminating false information. But it could be a while before the public learns if any of the reports detail. Dell's attorney general William bar will send a summary to congress as soon as this weekend, and then decide which parts to reveal my goal and intent is to get as much information out as I can consistent with the regulation. The White House also wants to see the report prior to congress and local makers are calling for the immediate release of the entire report. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren tweets released, the mullahs report to the American public. Now Representative Jim McGovern says we deserve to know the full unabridged truth, we will settle for nothing less congressman Steve Lynch says what happens next depends on the evidence. Here's WBZ's Don huff with a number of indictments and guilty pleas. Lynch says the special counsel's investigation has gone a lot further than initially expected Lynch, adding the Mueller investigation was limited to Russian election meddling congress. He says can dig deeper what the Knicks of Republicans and Democrats in congress in the house and Senate. It'll have to. Proceed to impeach mentor. Any any other censure? Then it would have to be based on the evidence. Lynch tells nightside's Dan Rae. He can't say whether this will end with

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House Votes to Halt Aid for Saudi Arabia's War in Yemen

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

House Votes to Halt Aid for Saudi Arabia's War in Yemen

"House resolution that would force the Trump administration to withdraw US troops from involvement in the war in Yemen. Now heads to the Senate democrat Jim McGovern says the US should not be supporting Saudi Arabia in what he calls its reign of terror against Yemen. But more than that, he says the US shouldn't even be there Americans would be forgiven for believing that congress actually declared our involvement in this war. But we have not governed says that it violates the War Powers that the president has threatened to veto the resolution

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WRVA

"This week. Thank you so much for all of your messages of support, and kindness and even your messages that disagree with me because I always welcome all opinions, and it's good to be an independent thinker. You're not supposed to agree with me on everything we all have our own minds. And I don't want anybody to be sheep. I want you to have your own opinions. And and even if you do agree with me, I want you to know why and be able to back it up. Just because you agree with me doesn't mean I like you and just just because you disagree with me. Doesn't mean I dislike you, see. I'm not one of those people that says, oh, you must agree with me or else I'm going to be like a liberal and call you a denigrating name, which is exactly what happened today with congressman Jim McGovern. Jim McGovern is a House Democrat from Massachusetts. And he was being interviewed by television reporters today and. And he said, quote, we ha-, and he was talking about the government shutdown the partial government shutdown when he antipates it to reopen what he wants, etc. Etc. And talking about the five billion dollars for mortar security, including the wall. And all that. And here's what he said. And I quote, we had a deal until the president went off his meds. Yes. You heard me. Right. We had a deal until the president went off his meds. And just so that you can hear it in his own voice. Let's play it. I think it's an embarrassment anytime the government shuts down and this being no exception. But we ought to work at it until we get to an agreement or a majority say, yes. But I think we had that until the president. You know, what off.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KTOK

"President Trump wants five billion dollars to fund a border wall. Well, congressional Democrats are offering one and a half billion dollars in border security funds. The partial government shutdown is likely to stretch into the new year. Here's Jared Halpern. Just the house infinite were infection fewer than five minutes Thursday. No votes are expected until at least the middle of next week after New Year's day, the needle has moved towards a very long shutdown just because. Of the impasse that we're seeing house freedom caucus, Republican, Mark meadows. President Trump is border security is constitutional mandate democrat Jim McGovern tried to force a vote on a short-term spending. Bill Democrats will step up to the plate act professionals and do the responsible thing, but a democratic Bill will likely have to wait until the new congress convenes on January third. Governor Fallon has appointed state treasurer elect Randy MC day to the poster state treasurer little early. The governor's appointment of McDaniel takes effect on New Year's day when current state treasurer can Miller's resignation takes effect. Mcdaniel will be sworn into office on January second to fill. Miller's term which ends January fourteenth Miller is taking a job with oh, Jeannie. Mcdaniel was elected state treasurer in November some members of the Oklahoma oil and gas industry are blaming president. Trump were a recent Robin oil prices, they say Saudi Arabia increased production because they thought the Trump administration would high tariffs. But chad. Warming ten with Oklahoma oil and gas association says so far that has not happened for the president's been cheering lower oil prices, not understanding that it's real impact American not just Oklahoma is significant a more important than low gasoline. Prices details news for the low oil and gas prices could lead to less production, which will in turn mean. Layoffs in the industry. We're learning more about a fatal house fire Calvin right reports. Investigators identifying the man who died after a Christmas day house fire in south Oklahoma City, sixty four year old Terry..

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The longest shutdown in recent memory was in one thousand nine hundred twenty one days. So Michael are gonna get anywhere close to that. It looks like that's the direction it's going. It looks like we'll be able to get past. At first third of that right now. And it looks like there's no end in sight, and you're going to be heading into January third with a new house. Democrats running the new house, and then that's going to add things to this certainly for President Trump making a much more difficult for him to be able to get anything done. And that's after two years of a Republican run house Senate and executive office. So there doesn't appear at this point to be any conversation. I'll also add this Mr. T, I think there's a certain element of social media. That's coming into play here. I think you have you certainly have a good people in congress that are more interested in making a statement on social media and seeing how many likes or re tweets they're getting rather than, hey, let's get face to face in congress here and yell at each other the way it used to be done in the good old days. Negotiation process here you had the Senate reconvening for the first time yesterday, but my Christmas and that session lasted four minutes. Three four minutes. There's green day songs but last longer than the session they had yesterday in the house met for just as brief period of time even having Scalise on the floor say that lawmakers should not expect any votes for the remainder of the year. So they they tried to get Jim McGovern up there from Massachusetts to force consideration on that same stopgap funding Bill that would fund the rest of the government yelling. And then stop this shutdown portion of things but Republicans weren't gonna recognize him. So we're literally at a standstill rights. Yeah. But the problem here is that you didn't go back to ninety five with the Clinton one that was a policy based shutdown that was over getting funding done in the budgetary issue concern between President Clinton and Newt Gingrich. This is not that this is President Trump promising a wall for his election and not being able to have funding for the past two years for trying to get either funding now or make a stumbling roadblock of some kind of the Democrats that are coming in on January third. But I think the challenge there is Democrats are prepared for this. And I think what they're doing what they took yesterday that time that they had over the four minutes. And then they had all this time to sit down and talk. They've been coming up with plans to include three different approaches for funding the government, and none of them include proposed money for President Trump's border wall. But they want to be able to come to the table on January third and say here are three different things. We can do right now to get government back on track to stop any concerns about the financial markets and concerns there in about how stable the US is. And we're doing it showing how we can govern responsibly compared to what's going on over in that chaotic White House. I think that's the PR move. They're going to try to bring to the table here. January third Michael good morning. Megan Bishop come on that congress is going to pay itself. But let all of these government workers go without how did they look themselves. Did they how did they tweet out and get back to the social media yesterday?.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Are stepping into patrol recognizing that this department is grieving and they are stretched thin. The chief is now showing that same compassion to the Singh family. They plan to retire officers seeings canine partner Sam saying they can't bear to take anything more away from a family. That's already lost so much CBS's Maria. President Trump tweeted that the murder of officer sing shows it's time to get tough on border security. He ended the message with Bill the wall, it appears the partial government shutdown will last into the new year is lawmakers have been told not to expect votes this week. Both the Senate and house convened briefly, then members left Capitol Hill. No sign that the sides or even close on a compromise on funding for a wall for the Mexican border democratic Massachusetts, congressman Jim McGovern blasted the Republican manufactured shutdown unnecessary and a lot of people's lives. You know? Abandoned because of chairman of the conservative house freedom caucus, North Carolina. Republican Mark metal says there's been very little movement. Well, I'm not as optimistic today as I was just a few days ago. Obviously, the president his team have have made a number of reasonable proposals to our democrat colleagues in and yet. What it has been met? With is is really a wall of sorts a wall of non-negotiable Democrats that the basically are not serious about securing our border. President Trump is dug in he's demanding several billion dollars in funding for border wall in any budget package submitted to him by congress traders on Wall Street may have suffered whiplash and Thursdays wild session, or at least seasickness at one point. The Dow had plummeted down more than six hundred points. But ended the day up just over two hundred and sixty investment analyst Dave Campbell tells KNX there's a couple of reasons for the dramatic swing. One is really a return back to normal volatility from a world in which we had abnormally low volatility for say the prior three years when the market was generally up and all going in one direction in the volatility on a day to day basis was much lower than we had seen historically gamble says. It's also a lot easier to see gains and losses in the. Hundreds of points with the Dow that's above twenty thousand still he predicts a volatile first half of the new year before things begin to calm down. Elon Musk is asking an L A judge to dismiss a defamation lawsuit against him by brit- British diver, you might recall the name of Vernon Unsworth was the British diver that rescued dozens of boys from a flooded cave in Thailand well in September. He sued must claiming that he had used Twitter to publish false and heinous accusations of criminality against Unsworth to the public must attorneys claim to the comments calling Unsworth, a pedal guy and a child rapes were gratuitous and not meant to be taken seriously musk apologized on Twitter in September saying his words against the diver were spoken in anger. He said, I apologize to Mr. Unsworth and the companies I representatives a leader the fault is mine and mine alone, the lawsuit by Ahn's work seeks more than seventy five thousand dollars in damages and the judge's order stopping must for making any further allegations..

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Government shutdown. Deadlock lawmakers leaving town until after Christmas the president's new acting chief of staff saying it could drag on into the new year. This is what Washington looks like when you have a president to refuses to sort of go along to get along in behind closed door negotiations. The White House backing down from its original demand. A five billion dollars for the president's border wall, congressman Jim McGovern. Democrats spoke with WBZ radio about the state of things on Capitol Hill. It's ridiculous to shut the government down. We had a an agreement the president agreed on a resolution the Senate passed it unanimously, Democrats or Republicans voted for it. And then the president tuned into right wing media and decided to go back on his. Word. And so now, we have a Trump shutout. Meantime, rep Mark meadows of North Carolina. A conservative told Fox News Sunday. The new goal is to secure anywhere between the one point six billion dollars that Democrats are willing to offer and the five billion dollars at the president wants over at the Pentagon, President Trump pushing out Defense Secretary James Mattis, nearly two months earlier than planned last week Madison announced he was stepping down in protest of the president's choice to withdraw troops from Syria among other issues. Now reports say the president saw that as a rebuke and has now made a move to get him out sooner than the end of February which was the original plant leave date in a tweets yesterday. Mr. Trump announced deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan will take over an acting role on New Year's day. And there's plenty of moving parts right now in Washington staff changes the shutdown in more, of course, for keeping an eye on everything here in the WBZ newsroom. If you're heading out of town for Christmas can't pick us up on your radio. You can always pull us up on the iheartradio app. And if the place. You're heading to has an Amazon smart speaker. You can also just say Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. Well, it's five oh, by the way. Here we are Christmas Eve just hours to go to everything checked off your list. Maybe you still have to brave the supermarket WBZ. WBZ's Bill Marcus tells us you are far from alone in that it's hard to say I couldn't care less when you start reaching for the gift cards. I'm just gonna get cards right now at this point. Yeah. The other thing that works at this point chocolate. That's the advice. From my Uber driver.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Coli three three eight five two four that's eight three three eight five two four eight six six that is right the number eight three three eight five two four tom and i'm asking you this there are two takes on this north korea breakdown trump cancelled his plans here's jim mcgovern take well i don't think anybody should be surprised then when you run international affairs like it's a tv reality show don't prepare things fall apart and i think that's what's that's what's happened here we have a very dangerous situation with north korea we need serious people to help plan these ago she hopefully that'll happen but i'm not surprised that this all fell apart lack of preparation that is the phrase that's out there i feel like the democrats got their talking points because there is an article or a tweet or an interview where i haven't seen that phrase this is what happens when you don't prepare he also used the phrase you know the reality show phrase they like to use that on the president ari fleischer says this is all a maneuvering tactic i've been a cynic about this and the president i said he was going to meet with president kim jong un because i've lived through north korea's lies and deceptions before they say they're going to dismantle they say they're not gonna develop nuclear they take our advantage of us we enter into and they never honor their word they didn't do it clinton they did it to bill george bush and barack obama so why should we think north korea's different so franken i look at this as the ongoing negotiations this is not the end of negotiations this is about maneuvering and leverage that's why donald trump did maneuvering and leverage that's what ari fleischer says democrats say lack of preparation this is what you get eight three three eight five two four eight six six frank in fredericksburg virginia hey tom first of all we need to send that great negotiator john kerry i guess to negotiate the korean deal according to congressman mcgovern but do favor what did you send these guys for.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Bill to make it better you gotta make sure that different points of view you know are allowed to be debated on the house floor and then we vote for those amendments that we vote for or against a bill but you know that's what we mean by regular order and you know and it has become almost extinct right here you know the the republican majority has blocked more than fifteen hundred amendments and miss in the session and that's from both democrats and republicans i mean and i've always believed that a lousy process leads to allows bill and we have certainly voted on our wanna lousy bills recently we're talking with jim mcgovern he represents massachusetts second congressional district to what if questions if leader pelosi becomes speaker of the house and if the democrats regained control of the house will we see this in two thousand nineteen i i think if the democrats regained control the house speaker i believe you're going to have a more open process you know and certainly big ideas we'll be allowed to come to the floor harass you know over the last couple of weeks you've seen you know millions of young people protesting demanding that the government do something you know in the face of this incredible high level of gun violence in our country and you know what are their frustration is that we we have a congress where you can't even bring a bill to the floor or an amendment to the floor on gun control of gun safety and debate and vote on it i mean it's being blocked in the rules committee you know regularly blocks these amendments were being made in order you know there's lots of discussion about dhaka and the dreamers i believe we could actually solve this problem and and actually have a vote on the floor that would win that would allow green was a pathway to citizenship to regularise their status but the the rules committee will not allow us to offer an amendment that would do that.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WINS 1010

"At our next report at twelve thirty one on ten ten wins news time twelve twenty two president trump use profanity in referring to african nations and haiti during a meeting at the white house with senators on immigration you said the us should allow more immigrants from places like norway as the president and congressional republicans and democrats look for compromise on immigration he hosted lawmakers in the oval office when they suggested he restore temporary legal status to immigrants from central american and african nations that the president has been empty the president said quote why are we having all these people from blank whole countries come here the quote was first reported in the washington post there is no denial of it in a white house statement like other nations that have merit based immigration president trump is fighting for a permanent solutions that make our country stronger by welcoming those who can contribute to our society bob costantini washington democratic congressman bill pascrell of new jersey said the president of the united states has made a fool of himself and our nation a worldwide stage congressman jim mcgovern in massachusetts democrat tweeted america's president is a racist and this is the proof republican congress woman mia love of utah are haitianamerican called on president trump to apologize end aa cps accusing mr trump a quote lowbrow callous and unfiltered racism unquote wins news time twelve twenty four a high school student a new rochelle has been arrested accused of stabbing another student to death at a dunkin' donuts the heated exchange stretched out over several blocks and ten minutes involving half a dozen teens and 16yearold valerie schwab suffice it to say there was pepper spray used at one point guard lieutenant chris hurled says that it ended inside dunkin' donuts schwab fatally stabbed with a steak knife new rochelle high school principal reginald richardson by all accounts she was well loved bomb her losses devastating framing the suspect 16yearold zontur round surrendering to police browner yonkers resident who attends high school here algae owns ten ten wins.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Twenty two president trump used profanity in referring to african countries and haiti during a meeting at the white house with senators on immigration is that the us should allow more immigrants from places like norway as the president and congressional republicans and democrats look for compromise on immigration he hosted lawmakers in the oval office when they suggested he restore temporary legal status to immigrants from central american and african nations that the president has been empty the president said quote why are we having all these people from blank whole countries come here lee called was first reported in the washington post there is no denial of it in a white house statement like other nations that have merit based immigration president trump is fighting for a permanent solutions that make our country stronger by welcoming those who can contribute two hours sitea bob costantini washington the white house does not deny that mr trump views profanity referring to african nations spokesman roger shah said the president once immigrants who quote contribute to our society grow our economy and assimilate into our great nation unquote democratic congressman bill pascrell of new jersey said the president of the united states has made a fool of himself in our nation on a worldwide stage congressman jim mcgovern of massachusetts democrat tweeted america's president has a racist and this is the proof republican congresswoman me a love of utah a haitianamerican called on president trump to apologize wins news time nine twenty four a high school student at new rachelle has been arrested accused of stabbing another student to death at a dunkin' that's the heated exchange stretched out over several blocks and ten minutes involving half a dozen teens and 16yearold valerie schwab suffice it to say there was better spare used at one point during lieutenant chris hurled says that it ended inside dunkin' donuts schwab fatally stabbed with a steak knife new rochelle high school principal reginald richardson by all accounts she was well her losses devastating to proclaim his two suspects 16yearold zeinab round surrendering to police brown a yonkers resident who attends high school here algae owns ten ten wins.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Conversation makes it harder to get there are there is always a good reason to stay home i'm sure that berries but other more good reasons to be there i think the answer is yes mr speaker advise my friend from from massachusetts i don't have any speakers remaining this morning a folks i have been exhaustively elucidated by the four hours of discussion we had this morning and i am prepared to close when he is i reserve bounce mcdermot reserved from from massachusetts are the dream we have we have lots of speakers because we are lots of concern about the way this serb process is unfolding and yes the drummers right i am exercised i am jim mcgovern is that you know we we've gone through all these uh gyrations including on hold try to figure out whether or not will get what we're gonna bring to the floor all my last night and we end up with this you know basically kicking the can down the road for a few weeks um you know and not dealing with some essential emergency priorities that are concerned to most people in this country and um and i again going back to this tax bill you know that's an example of where bipartisanship might have been helpful i mean i don't recall a tax reform package on where you want to call it reform because basically to give away to be corporations to wealthy special interests that his you know binge ram through congress purely on a partisan basis but maybe it has to do with the fact the democrats weren't welcome to the table maybe it had to do with the fact the democrats were locked out maybe it had something to do with the fact that this socalled conference committee uh was a sham um and were democrats showed up a deal had already been struck that's that's not bipartisanship and maybe were a little bit exercise because time and time again when people go before the rules committee looking to offer a legitimate jemaine amendments to try to improve legislation legislation rather than be able to have the opportunity to offer those amendments on the floor and have a debate were shut out all the time again this congress this republican congress this session has the distinction of being the most closed session in the.

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"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"jim mcgovern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cut bill uh has performed very poorly in public opinion polls in almost every pull obscene its underwater and i think that speaks to a lack of trust in the republicans in congress in congress generally and in president trump uh however you know that can change quickly a people will after the first of the year start to see a little higher amount in their takehome pay although the full impact of the tax cuts won't kick get until two thousand nineteen when you when you filed your forms for two thousand eighteen and if more jobs are being created if wages are rising as a result of economic exuberance over this those numbers could turn around quickly not one democrat voted for this obviously we just spoke with congress in jim mcgovern out of wistar he thinks this is a disaster and and i'm just curious to hearing from secretary galvin he says that massachusetts homeowners stand to lose the most here this could be really bad for places like newton and brookline it's interesting i believe the the exact number is a dozen republicans voted against the spill and almost uniformly therefrom high tech a high property value states california new jersey new york certainly massachusetts thick fits into that category as you know if you've looked at housing prices around here lately it's because of reductions in the mortgage interest deduction uh changes in the deductibility of state and local la in progress hanged with his property taxes able to deduct as much tell only up to ten thousand so we are definitely losers in this many of us are uh and two in these other states who see that happening too and that could be part of the kindling of four a political backlash against this if this sugar botz's if you will being injected into the economy fails to produce the predicted results and that's the political risk exactly and it's interesting we'll have pretty much a full year to assess how well it's going before both parties as the voters in the offyear elections of november of next year that's going to be as much a referendum on this i think as on anything else all right on keller always great to talk to you take care let's go right out to the highways right now with nicole davis the subaru retailers of new.

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