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officer 's use of force questioned

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01:08 min | Last week

officer 's use of force questioned

"Assistant police chief ashan Benedict says heart graze into others were being followed by officers after a shooting at Georgia avenue and longfellow street when an officer caught up with heart graves he gave him a command Those commands were not complied with and he discharged his weapon one time In cases involving serious use of force MPD is required to release body camera footage within 5 business days and only sagal WTO news A local man who drove hundreds of miles to confront a man about dating his adult daughter in North Carolina is now there in jail on a murder charge Investigators say 46 year old James mccally of Alexandria drove more than 300 miles to confront 27 year old Jared musgrove in North Carolina The onslow county sheriff's office says that on July 5th Macaulay shot musgrove after Macaulay showed up and after the two began to fight musgrove's mother tells W ITN There never would have believed he was so naive but he didn't have a word about that guy would shoot him A judge has set Macaulay's bond at $500,000 John Aaron WTO P news 30 lawmakers from Virginia want the Biden administration to take action on

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Terry Bradshaw Knocks Aaron Rodgers: 'You Lied to Everyone'

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02:15 min | 9 months ago

Terry Bradshaw Knocks Aaron Rodgers: 'You Lied to Everyone'

"Terry Bradshaw is a colorful figure I've seen promos of him with his big belly sticking out in his bathrobe, padding around his house, apparently he's got some reality TV show with his family. He's, you know, he's Terry Bradshaw he's a character, right? Big NFL star and longtime veteran studio analyst, okay, it's Terry Bradshaw. Lovable Terry, right? We'll lovable Terry shouldn't get to lie. Why does Terry Bradshaw get to get away with a an absolute complete provable debunked lie? You know the story by now, Aaron Rodgers is now dirt. Aaron Rodgers is Mengele meets John Wayne Gacy meets Jeffrey Dahmer. John Aaron Rodgers needs to be imprisoned. He needs to be forget losing his job. They gotta lock him up. Because evidently he made choices about his own personal health that the mob doesn't agree with. Now that's literally what has happened. He evidently made choices about his personal health that the mob doesn't like. As a result, the mob is coming after Aaron Rodgers. Lead by Terry Bradshaw, who's apparently at the front of the pack with a pitchfork in one hand and a torch in the other. I give Aaron Rodgers some advice. It would have been nice if he had just come to the naval academy and learn how to be honest. Yeah. Learn not to live because that's what you did, and you lied to everyone. I understand immunized, but you were doing was taking stuff that would keep you from getting COVID-19. You got COVID-19. Ivermectin is the cattle de warmer. Sorry, folks. That's what it is. We are a divided nation politically. We're divided nation on the COVID-19 whether or not to take the vaccine and unfortunately we've got players that pretty much think only about themselves and I'm extremely disappointed and the actions of Aaron Rodgers. Oh, you tell them doctor Bradshaw. You tell

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FEMA denied Washington DC request for pilot community vaccine center

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00:48 sec | 1 year ago

FEMA denied Washington DC request for pilot community vaccine center

"John Aaron. The top local stories we're following this hour, D C leaders were upset over a decision by the federal government to deny it a spot in a special pilot program that would have boosted the number of available Corona virus vaccines for city residents. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has been working with local governments on federally supported community vaccination centers capable of vaccinating thousands of people in a day. D C. Has wanted in for months. Ultimately, D C was deemed ineligible for that program for a variety of reasons that FEMA has defined the sum of the jurisdictions. Population wise social vulnerability Index as you know. We did not meet that criteria. Do you see Homeland Security and emergency management Director Chris Rodriguez says that was reiterated his recently is this week. The district needs more

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Says the arbitrator found no evidence of any health or safety violations across any D C public school facilities. Well, 25 w t. O P is John Aaron is out looking at the snow out there and giving us an update on condition. Short trip from friendship Heights to North Bethesda was happily uneventful. Wisconsin Avenue in Rockville Pike were mostly wet and occasionally slushy. A brief drive on I 2 70 revealed more wet roadway and for plow trucks lined up on the shoulder on Lee after pulling onto some side streets that I find some snow covered roads, which at low speeds didn't cause much trouble. North Bethesda, John Aaron W. T O P. News. Meanwhile, as Montgomery County schools moved toward reopening din person learning, there are questions about whether spring break will have to be shifted. A Gunnery County said a plan date for beginning in class learning for March 15th that has school board member Pat O'Neal concerned about the timing of spring break. People make plans well in advance. But since in class learning will only begin days prior to the March 29th spring break start, she worries about continuity of in classroom learning being disrupted and perhaps a change. Be considered. We still need to look at the calendar. Whether spring break dates will be altered is something you'll have to wait about a month to find out, according to school Superintendent Dr Jack Smith will be back to you on February 23rd with the recommendation and that will include any adjustments to the school calendar. Michelle Morello wt Happy news. It is 12 26 w, t, o p and just ahead, going to talk to storm Team four's Matt Ritter and get you the rundown on the forecast How much snow we've seen so far. What you can expect throughout the afternoon here when it comes to the snow, as we see are Significance. Noah's sometime It's 12 26. Are you or someone you know, selling home? The Internet has greatly reduced the cost for brokerages to sell our homes, but they've refused to pass along the savings. Not.

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Biden signs executive orders addressing the economy

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02:38 min | 1 year ago

Biden signs executive orders addressing the economy

"Biden has turned to executive orders in his first days of office says he looks to address the economic crisis brought on by the pandemic. He's also pursuing a massive coronavirus aid bill Can Walsh White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report joined w. T. O. P S John Aaron to break down Biden's first few days in office and some of the past presidents he resembles well particular FDR going back a long way to 1933 when he first became president. He had a huge depression to deal with the worst economic calamity we've ever had, and his philosophy was similar to what Biden seems to be doing action action action. The country wanted the president to do something to act boldly. And you seeing that with President Biden again today with executive orders. They're going to continue indefinitely pushing this $1.9 trillion stimulus bill moving to try many different things to get the economy corrected, but mostly to get the coronavirus under control and to get the vaccines out. That's his first priority right now. And probably should be given how difficult that issue is for people to deal with very quickly on Lyndon Johnson. Of course, he took over after President Kennedy was assassinated. He also wanted to show action himself, particularly in areas of diversity and racial justice with writing is also doing so. I would say those two presidents come to mind and you see a lot of echoes in what Biden is doing when you compare them to Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson. The president, of course pitches himself is a compromise or experienced in the Senate. But we're hearing that some Republicans say there's no way they're gonna go for some of the elements and at one point trillion $1.9 trillion.8 bills. So where does this go? I think the thing we have to remember here, of course, is that this is vital opening bid in his attempt to get a lot of this legislation through. He's been around a long time. 36 years in the Senate years as vice president, he is known as a guy who knows how the Congress works. And so I think we have to realize that this is his the start of the neck. Negotiations started the deal making there are not good signs from the Republicans that they'll go along with him. There's a lot of pushback of the same time he's getting the sense from the left on his in his party to push further in government activism, and so on, So it is a difficult line. He's walking here, but I think That there's the potential particularly initially here that he will come to some kind of a compromise. It'll be difficult, but what he's got out there now is sort of the whistle ist. I think when he gets to the real bargaining, I think he's gonna have to borrow back off from a lot of that. But I think it's possible

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

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"In the thirties. Small, socially distanced crowd watched on applauding and President Biden statement that fax can't be manipulated and his assertion that we will all get through this pandemic. Together. The limited number of guests in attendance had to pass through multiple security screenings and get a negative covert test. At the West Front of the Capitol, John Aaron W. T. O P News 22 year old Amanda Gorman became the youngest poet to recite at a presidential inauguration. Her poem The Hill We climb Touched on the riots of the capital just two weeks ago. We've seen a forest that would shatter our nation rather than share. It would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy. In this effort, very nearly succeeded. While democracy can be periodically delayed, it could never be permanently defeated. The L. A native says the riots changed her poem and the message he wanted to deliver. She's quite it inspirational figure at her young age. She overcame a speech impediment earlier in life. Meantime, the president of Morgan State University has made an offer to Gorman in a tweet. David Wilson asked the inaugural poet to be the school's poet in residence. Wilson later told the Baltimore Sun he's 100% serious. About this offer, he says a year at the school would give her an even deeper and wider perspective on the issues that she's addressing President Biden says former president Trump did maintain the tradition of leaving a letter for his successor. The president tells reporters he will not talk about the letter publicly until he speaks with Donald Trump. White House press secretary Jen Psaki tonight. This is a letter that was private. As he said to you all it was Both generous and gracious, and it was just a reflection of him not planning to release the letter unilaterally, but I wouldn't take it as an indication of a pending call. On his first day in office, President Biden signed more than a dozen executive actions. Those include rejoining the World Health Organization, issuing a mask mandate for people visiting federal buildings and federal lands, rejoining the Paris climate agreement and ending the Muslim travel ban. Still ahead tonight on w T o P. What is the average size of a mortgage these days? How much lower our airfares? It's on the way in money news, 10 24. Continuing coverage of the presidential inauguration on 103.5 FM, the W T o p app and you're smart device. Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should too. University of Maryland Global Campus, formerly University of Maryland University College was made to serve the military and working.

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02:20 min | 1 year ago

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"46 in all day at 3 10. Teenager is dead after a shooting in northeast D C yesterday happened around 5 30 in the evening on Florida Avenue, D C. Police say they found 17 year old Mari done suffering from a gunshot wound. He died at the scene. No arrests have been made, and police are asking anyone with information to contact them. Police are revealing more details in Maryland, about an officer involved shooting in Gaithersburg Friday night. Gaithersburg police say the man who was shot and killed his 24 year old quo, Amina Oh, Cron. Police chief in Gaithersburg says Oh, Cron was under surveillance by officers in the Special Operations Bureau, and when they confronted him, he pulled out a gun before officers involved have all been put on paid administrative leave. He incident remains under investigation. Under a long standing agreement. It'll be the Howard County State's attorney's office that determines whether the shooting was justified. This law enforcement groups sprang up in part from the need to chase down criminals across Maryland. And today it's celebrating 100 years of service, Maryland State police say at the dawn of the 19 twenties, criminals were using cars too quickly escape crime scenes, displaying the need for a police force with state wide jurisdiction. On January 10th 1921 36 recruits began training in the first Academy class of the state police. The agency now has just under 2400 employees. Among the accomplishments touted by state police, the one 150,000 people who have been flown to life saving care by their helicopter crews during the past 100 years. 43, Maryland state troopers and one deputy state fire marshal, have died in the line of duty. John Aaron W T. O P NEWS Virginia Lawmakers air set to start this year's legislative session focused on covert 19 relief efforts and legalizing marijuana. 2021 session will kick off Wednesday. Lawmakers will meet away from the Capitol building in Richmond is the state continues to wrestle with the impact of a global pandemic that's shut down schools, closed businesses and left more than 5000 Virginians dead in the last 10 months, including a state senator. House of delegates plans to meet remotely while the Senate will meet at a large conference center near the capital. Effects. County residents say taking care of essential workers should be a priority and hearing ahead of the upcoming General Assembly session pandemic has shone a spotlight on the inequities in our economy..

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Trump floated appointing Sidney Powell special counsel on fraud

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02:39 min | 1 year ago

Trump floated appointing Sidney Powell special counsel on fraud

"President Trump is said to be weighing increasingly desperate steps as he tries to reverse the results of the election there, reportedly, including naming a special counsel to investigate allegations of voter fraud and even imposing martial law. Joining our John Aaron from or was Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report might be that the title of that movie the year of Living Dangerously I've seen we have a sense of the President Trump really can't give up the idea that he won this election, even though he did not. Joe Biden won quite clearly and that's been confirmed by the Electoral, College and court cases of that the president has had filed have been thrown out. Challenging the results. But I think what's happening here is that there's just the fact that these solutions and President Trump smarter mean considered indicates that he hasn't really gotten past this idea that he could perhaps stay in the White House and overturn the results of the election. What's got a lot of people in Washington anxious is how serious he is about considering these things now. Lot of the reporting indicates that a lot of these ideas such as martial law to rerun the election, using the military having a special counsel named Sidney Powell, who was really conspiracy theorist to investigate voter fraud, things like that, that if he's really considering them, maybe he has some other tricks up his sleeve, more or less to throw a monkey wrench into the into the election process, And that's what has a lot of people concerned how serious he is about this. But even the fact it's being talked about at the White House is quite remarkable. I don't I don't recall anything in 30 years of covering the White House similar to this right is his goal that you have pointed out before. I'm getting this before the Supreme Court just totally out the window. At this point. I think it is. There's still some cases that could get there. But that decision that they issued by the week ago really did set back President Trump's ideas about having Supreme Court side with him. I did want to mention also that January 6th is another important moment because that's when the House and Senate supposed to meet in joint session to consider the electoral college affirmation that Joe Biden one. There's a lot of ways that people could make mischief during that point, and President Trump is calling for massive rallies to put pressure on Congress to overturn the election, So he looks like that will definitely happen again. Quite extraordinary that he's going to these lengths. But that is where we are. And I think that January 6th is probably the next date that people should look at for, um, another challenge to this whole

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02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"In online orders, online delivery and curbside pickup. Laura Strange with the National Grocers Association says for shoppers, even though their gatherings were gonna be smaller, there's still purchasing larger turkeys in an effort to have leftovers afterwards. Also taking is certainly I'd friend that we've seen so cooking and baking supplies are have certainly seen an uptick in demand. John Aaron w. T. O P News trying to enforce covert 19 restrictions has led to some Anna Randall County health inspectors being harassed. Capitalgazette reports. Such incidents have forced the county to reconsider how it enforces the rules. The county's health officer says that inspectors were verbally berated at one Glen Burnie restaurant, and that the harassment has been particularly directed at female staffers. County executive Stuart Pittman says the incidents and a fear of civil unrest have made even made officials hesitant about increasing enforcement as the holidays approach. Cases that go back as far as 1979 could now be solved in Prince George's County, thanks to a grant from the Justice Department. Solving cold cases isn't always about tracking down the person who committed a crime. Prince George's County state's attorney, I use a brave boy explains in one murder case from 2007. Investigators made a rest and we were able to obtain convictions. But the identity of the victim remains unknown. $470,000 grant from the department of Justice could help Prince George's County used advanced DNI technology to solve cold cases. Deputy State's Attorney Jonathan Church on how success will be measured. If we can bring justice or peace to one family. We would have been successful, but we're obviously shooting for more than that. Kate Ryan w T. O P News up next in money news. Mixes afternoon. Smart glasses are back. I'm Jeff label. W T o p A 2 24 As the election dust settles, America has sent.

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

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"Voting is Monday in D. C and in Maryland. Ah man in Harford County, Maryland, who made a big scene trying to vote early without a mask has filed a lawsuit saying his vote was being suppressed. A judge's responding on Monday 52 year old Daniel, swaying of Fallston, Maryland, was charged with trespassing and failure to comply with the governor's emergency health order after he refused to wear a mask while he went inside our Harford County early voting location He also would not cast his ballot outside. By Friday, he was filing a lawsuit against almost every entity involved. Helped by a Frederick County delegate who has been on his own anti mass crusade this year. The Washington Post says Swain claims a religious rite to breathe oxygen in worship with an uncovered face even while voting. The judge did not buy it, dismissing the case the same day John Doman w T o p new They are known for tracking down fugitives, but recently U. S marshals turned their attention to missing kids in Virginia during the five day effort, called Operation Find Our Children, 27 Children reported his missing throughout Virginia were located. Another six who had been reported missing were found to be with their legal guardian. In all more than 60. Law enforcement. Investigators from numerous agencies were involved, The Department of Justice says. Efforts to find and rescue missing kids are part of the fight against human trafficking, the department says. Since 2005 U. S Marshals Service has found more In 2000 Missing Children, John Aaron W. T. O P knew a quadruple shooting, leaving one person dead. It's still under investigation tonight and having about nine o'clock last night and the that the 301 Lounge in Waldorf, Maryland, 34 year old Dontrelle Lowell Watson of Upper Marlboro was killed of the remaining three victims, one in critical condition tonight, the other two in serious condition So far, police are not saying much. About any suspects, but think the shooting was the result of a dispute between two groups of people..

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"She never answered the question": VP candidates' debate sidestep

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03:00 min | 2 years ago

"She never answered the question": VP candidates' debate sidestep

"I'm John Aaron. And I'm Joan Joe's Teddy Gilman is our producer and a hand running mates in the presidential election clash in their loan debate. We have team coverage. President Trump calls testing positive for the Corona virus, a blessing from God. A sign of the Times officer sees counterfeit masks and test kits at our ports. I'm making clarity. It's 7 32. CBS News Special Report, Senator Kamala Harris getting tough on the virus that has claimed the lives of more than 210,000 Americans. At last night's debate. They knew what was happening and they didn't tell you The president said it was a hoax. Well, the President Trump has also as well received the Corona virus as more more than two of 20 people in his inner circle have also tested positive. Vice President Mike Pence defended the administration's response. President Trump's leadership operation Warp speed we believe will have literally tens of millions of doses of the vaccine before the end of this year. Another topic of discussion. The Supreme Court nomination, she gets a fair hearing. We particularly hope that we don't see the kind of attacks on her. Christian faith that we saw before let the American people fill that seat in the White House. And then we'll fill that seat on the United States Supreme Court. Nominations for Amy Cockney Barrel begin next week. CBS News Special Report 7 33 and the candidates also do plenty of dodging last night. W. GOP's Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller has more this debate was much better and more civil than the first presidential debate. But the two candidates also worked hard not to answer some of the most pointed questions. Vice president. Pence sidestepped the question related to the so called Super spreader event at the White House, and Senator Harris didn't answer when Pence asked her if Joe Biden would try to pack the Supreme Court if he's elected, neither candidate did anything major to hurt their respective campaigns. And while it was a solid debate, it's not likely it will change many voters minds and we're hearing your thoughts. On last night's debate. Frederick of Northwest D. C, called into the TalkBack line and said he was impressed with Senator Kamala Harris was more civil side scored. Good points, but I think Senator Harris, her passion and her convictions were a little more clearly stated, and I was especially impressed by her interest in moving our country forward in a new direction. Now Janet from Gaithersburg shared her disappointment that neither candidate answered questions head on. I thought that the debate was like a jeopardy show. Where the debaters gave their answers. And then Susan Page was supposed to come up with the question that match it because they certainly didn't answer the questions that she and come in problem in the debates, So we want to hear your thoughts as well. Give us a call at 8442821035. The next presidential debate is scheduled for a week from today in Miami. Still to come, President Trump offers an update on his health. It's 7 30 for our American aerospace and

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

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"It's the newest scam, this time the scammers or using the names of real Montgomery County police officers, complete with information about where the officers work. And they're telling residents they can call those police stations to verify their identity. The scammers say you need to pay a fine for a missed court appearance and can pay it by wire transfer or prepaid card. County police say they will never call you to solicit funds or collect fines. They say. If in doubt, you can always hang up and call the police. Non emergency number. John Aaron w. T. O P. News voters in Virginia have some pretty important choices to make one of them aiming to stop Jerry Mentoring. The plan would put a new 16 member commission in charge of drawing congressional and legislative district lines and sending the maps to the General Assembly. Members of the public would make up half the commission. State lawmakers thie other half currently the general Emily does all the drawing. Bobby Vasser, who co chairs a group pushing for passage of the plan, says, If you do not pass the amendment that makes significant improvements, substantial improvements and the way this is done, we we are preserving the status quo. We're right back at square One. Opponents say the proposal doesn't go far enough to remove politics from the process, and there are fears that black voters will be shut out. Michelle Bash w T O P News This would seem to be a no brainer. Ah law in Maryland. Distinguishing strangulation as a felony, one of the last states in the country to do so, a crime that prosecutors say is usually found in domestic violence cases. Unfortunately, strangulation is very prevalent before today, Debbie Feinstein with the Montgomery County state's attorney's office says every prosecutor in Maryland had to pursue a first or second degree assault threshold. If the victim was strangled. A crime, she says, can often cause delayed symptoms or death and people die. They struck out, you know, they don't even know that something is so horribly wrong at the start of domestic violence Awareness month, Feinstein says she hopes the new felony statutes sends a message It carries with it serious consequences. It is very much linked possible death and demonstrates that the state is in the business of protecting victims of domestic violence. Meghan Cloherty, w T o P news and still ahead and money news. We'll check the overseas markets and also The stock market itself. It can be scary and confusing..

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"And college Park 71. Thanks. Brianna's 71 degrees here. Brought to you by Lend the plumber trusted. Same day service. Seven days a week. 21 on double D T O P long lines of Mourners have gathered once again outside the Supreme Court today to pay their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She served 27 years on the high court. She will lie in repose until 10 o'clock This evening. Tomorrow there will be a small private ceremony at the Capitol, where she will become the first woman in history to lie in state in Statuary Hall at the U. S. Capitol. She's expected to be buried next week at Arlington National Cemetery. It may be tempting to crack open those windows is temperatures cool off, But one expert says, Think twice fall allergy season is here. To fall has the weeds namely ragweed, says Dr Rachel Schreiber, an allergist immunologist in Rockville. Really the number one symbol of allergy is actually itching. So when people tell me they're itchy, my my radar goes up, she says. It's never too late to start a medication but to check with your doctor first, and we all love that crisp fall air. But Windows open for allergy sufferers can be really tough because you're letting all of that pollen into your house. John Aaron w. T. O P News. Recent wildfires could make 2020 of bad year for West Coast wines. Extensive smoke is tainted grapes and some of the nation's most celebrated wine regions. Growers are still trying to figure out the extent of the smoke damage in California, Oregon and Washington. However, the president of the California Association of Wine Grape Growers says those fires will be the single worst disaster they've ever faced. Its 5 22 fewer students are enrolling in college and, yes, you can blame the pandemic. A survey of about 600 schools revealed what many of you already figured out. Many people are choosing to forgo higher education right now. Undergraduate enrollment is down 2.5% from last year, and it's down almost 4% for graduate student and the covert crisis is putting extra financial stress on families. With many adult kids forced to move back home. About two.

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Afghan government meets with Taliban political chief as Afghanistan peace talks begin

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

Afghan government meets with Taliban political chief as Afghanistan peace talks begin

"The Taliban and delegates appointed by the Afghan government have come together for historic talks aimed at ending decades of war and Bahrain has become the latest Arab nation to normalize relations with Israel. W T O PEACE John Aaron talked with Mario Mancuso, global affairs expert and former Pentagon official about how significant the Afghan talks are. I think they're very significant. Obviously, it's not an agreement, and there's a lot of work to do. But when you think of a recent Afghan history where every transfer of power has been at the end of a barrel of a gun The fact that they're deciding to talk. I think it's important and these air talks that are aimed to shape the Afghani political future. And so in that sense, I do think they're historic, but again, lots of difficulties that lie ahead. So what specifically is being talked about things like a ceasefire. So yeah, there's probably three key issues that are on the agenda. First is the one you mentioned a permanent cease fire. And obviously this is critical because the people of Afghanistan have suffered for many, many years and, you know, folks have died and been injured there. But the key point is a framework again for the governance of political governance of Afghanistan for the future of the Taliban, police said. They want an Islamic form of government What that means is unclear. But the tension there is issues of social equality, particularly for women and ethnic minorities. In Afghanistan, you might remember just 20 years ago, right women were not allowed to participate in politics. They weren't allowed to go to school. They weren't even allowed to leave the house without a male relative. And so these kinds of issues this tension and how it's resolved again peacefully in the context of discussions. That's what's critical and the forcing function here. Of course, is that The U. S and its allies are going to pull out. Troops have agreed to pull out troops, frankly as a condition of these peace talks by the spring of 2021. So that's the window in which they have to try to resolve this and those with the tension that they have to try to resolve.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Year old Jordan hooks of Frederick last night, charging him with first degree murder for the homicide of Gia Marie Andersen. Investigators learned. The two men described his close friends were in the basement of hooks how smoking marijuana on the day of the shooting videos from hook cell phone are said to show him and others waving hand guns. An argument between hooks and Anderson reportedly led to the group going outside to fight it out along the walking path and waterside. Witnesses and neighbors described hearing a single gunshot and people fleeing the area. Detectives still consider this an active homicide investigation. Those who want to venture out in D C. Now have more options. His transit systems try to get their schedules back to normal. The DC Circulator is about to resume its national mall route, with fares remaining suspended and the D C Streetcar is set to resume normal operating hours. The changes take effect September 20th. The district Department of Transportation says it's happening to meet demand as the city's attractions reopened. Face coverings are required at all times and social Distancing onboard is expected. John Aaron w. T. O P. News that torrential rain Thursday led to dozens of road closures. At least one road in the district has yet to reopen a rain swollen Rock Creek damaged a small section of beach drive section of road recently rehabilitated National Park Service, said the statement. The road will stay closed between blacks and avenue in Tilden Street is engineers complete a storm water damage assessment, a section of the newly rebuilt Robitaille was eroded pedestrians and cyclists are detoured onto the trail on the opposite side of the creek. The force of Thursday's floodwater proved too powerful for the new bio swales catch basins. Another repair Ian safeguards installed as a part of the park service's multi year rebuilding of beach drive..

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‘Slow climb’ ahead: Visitors to Washington DC down 50% compared to 2019

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00:38 sec | 2 years ago

‘Slow climb’ ahead: Visitors to Washington DC down 50% compared to 2019

"Million domestic visitors last year, D C is expecting that number to be cut in half for this year, with about 11 million domestic visitors expected, according to the group Destination D. C. Looking ahead, 2022 2021. It's going to be a slow climb out of where we are. Elliot Ferguson is the president and CEO of Destination D. C. We know that after 9 11 it took us 10 years, Teo get back to the numbers of visitors that we had. In 2000, he says they'll be appealing to those within driving range to visit the city and promoting new destinations like Black Lives Matter. Plaza John Aaron

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"O P. It's been an off season full of both turmoil and change for the Washington football team. Tonight's move to hire the first black team president in NFL history is just one of the notable changes we've seen in Ashburn over the past several weeks. Former NFL player Jason Wright will focus exclusively on the business side. The operation. Will coach Ron Rivera runs the football side, right tells w. T o p this evening. How he plans to change a stained culture is an independent investigation already going on around the sexual harassment allegations at the club. And that's important to be transparent toe open the curtain, so let someone else from outside of the organization looking every nook and cranny to see what is good, bad and ugly to face That Then begins to change from there. That's an important really important first that we'll have more on the new hire in sports at 7 15 There is a new and unfortunate milestone in the pandemic. Maryland and Virginia have joined the growing club of states with more than 100,000 novel Corona virus infection there among the 19 states to reach the 100,000 mark, according to Johns Hopkins University. Maryland now reports nearly 101,000 confirmed cases. It's also one of 15 states to record more than 3500 Corona virus deaths. Virginia now has 107,000 confirmed and probable cases and just under 2400 Corona virus deaths. D. C reports about 13,000 positive cases and nearly 600 deaths. John Aaron W. T. O P. News, the number of total infections is only part of the story. In Maryland, There is much brighter news. The state's positivity rate has fallen to another all time low of 3% on the daily positivity rate is down to 2%. But Prince George's county isn't doing as well. It's the on Ly County with a positivity rate above 5% in Maryland, read all about our local covert 19. Cases and w t o p dot com Search test Coming up here.

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WTOP

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"john aaron w. t o" Discussed on WTOP

"Saliva based cove in 19 test. The test is called Saliva direct, and it was developed by Yale through a program with the N B, A and the Players Association. The saliva test only requires a small sample, and it is much cheaper than swapping, according to CBS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas, or $10 instead of over $100 that cost is dramatically lower. Now the goal is to make saliva direct, easily accessible and increased testing while the U. S and the world continues. To wait for unapproved covert 19 vaccine. Maria Garcia CBS News Even if a covert 19 vaccine becomes available in the coming months, it likely won't be as effective as some other vaccines like measles is 97. 98% effective. Dr. Anthony Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. I would hope that we could get that way. I don't think that's going to be the case, he tells National Geographic. He would gladly take a vaccine that is 50 to 75% effective, which he says would still be a valuable tool to be used along with other public health measures. Vouch. He reiterated that the hope is for vaccines to be available late this year or early next year. John Aaron w. T. O p. News, you might have heard that there's a great need for organ donors within minority communities. Related issue involves people deciding not to get lifesaving transplants. When you're on dialysis, you are consumed with it. Dennis Harris of Silver Spring wants people who are reluctant to get a transplant to reconsider. He knows how surviving with failing kidneys drives every decision. From what you eat what you drink. To the way that you lay to the way that you asleep would everything that you do is controlled by Harris has had two transplants. He received a kidney from wife Darlene and diagnosed with Type one diabetes as child he needed and got a pancreas. Now 4.5 years after his last surgery to be able.

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Washington, DC Coronavirus Update: 1 New Death, 65 Additional Cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Washington, DC Coronavirus Update: 1 New Death, 65 Additional Cases

"776 new cases, eight new death, there have been more than 98,000 positive cases reported in Maryland. And word of an uptick of more than 1000 new cases in Virginia, 1114 to be exact and 11 do death. Covert positive cases in Virginia now total more than 103,000. Latest numbers illustrating a downward tick, as we say locally in Maryland and Virginia, But it is a small downward ticket experts say. We're not out of the woods. Not at all. They continue tracking new cases, hospitalizations in the all important positivity rate, looking at of all the people getting tested. How many of them turn out the house, Kobe Joshua Sharfstein with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, says the number COMPTEL us whether enough testing is being done and whether there's community transmission. The latest seven day average positivity rate in the district is 3.3%. DC is meeting the standard for having enough testing because it's less than 5% and if it's relatively stable at that number, then you're still seeing continued community spread. The picture is similar in Maryland, which sits a 3.63% Virginia's at 7.2% which means it could perhaps use more testing and also still has a fair amount of between new transmission. John Aaron w T. O P News and we're the kids in the Corona virus del mix some silvery new stats this morning from CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker on the

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WTOP

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"john aaron w. t o" Discussed on WTOP

"Chopping block are the sports of men's indoor track as well as men's tennis and women's water polo. The sports will end after their upcoming season. NSE. If the District of Columbia becomes the Americas, 51st state there could be a new ice cream flavor to celebrate from peaches to chocolate in brownies. Folks in the district will have to cast their vote for the new flavor. The choices peaceful Protest peach almond ice cream with cobbler crumble the power broker chocolate ice cream with brownies, nuts and caramel and the go go Vote Mabel Vanilla ice cream with spiced mumbo nuts. You can check out the new flavors at the yards in Southeast and cast your vote in person or online. Up, Melissa. How the BTO Penis. It's crunch time for the census, and you're being reminded to fill yours out if you haven't already. Despite the pandemic, census workers will press ahead in masks and start going door to door in mid August. So if you don't want to senses taker coming to your door You can easily respond online over the phone or by mail, says Raquel Ortiz, with the U. S Census Bureau, she says so far, D C has a response rate that's slightly worse than the national average about 59%. Virginia and Maryland are in about 67% better than the national average. Responses are being collected. Through October 30 1st John Aaron w. T. O p News I don't want to be the Hirschorn Museums. Art Lab is hosting an online teen insure internship this summer called Respect her crank to celebrate women in Go go from the musical style that is unique to DC During the four week internship, teens will create an album of popular songs remixed into Gogo hits. They will also designed three D exhibit spaces and create a film documenting women pioneers in Go go. There will also be a Siri's of related public programs. From July 31st through August 22nd go Go, of course, was born in D. C in the sixties. Recently, protesters played Go Go Music. On Black lives matter Plaza to showcase African American culture in the city's history. Sports is next. It's 8 44 Tell us what you're seeing on your commute. Call the W T o p Traffic Center at 866304 w t o p. Washington's top news, traffic and weather keeping You informed. 24 73 65 Most dealership events include a well scripted sales pitch at Acura. We've got one too. It goes a little something like this. If you have any questions come see us in.

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WTOP

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"john aaron w. t o" Discussed on WTOP

"Could become the places where those older kids sit through their virtual school day. We will be housing ah lot of those Children and providing what we're calling Virtual learning assistance. Dr. Kristy Smith is the director of education and training for Children's Lighthouse in early Learning Schools franchise system. It's a huge trend for an industry, of course, facilities doing this would be limited in how many kids they could accept. And it would likely come at a steep cost. Two parents John Aaron w. T. O P. News. We're getting a better idea of why Georgetown University has decided to change its plans and go all virtual in classes start in the fall. The situation is a dynamic Paul Amita, dean of Georgetown's McDonough School of Business plans adjusted depending on the public health situation, he says. Not only does the school have a lot of international students, we also draw a lot of us students from some of the states, which We're having hot spots now, like Texas and Florida and California. Georgetown is the second local university this week to amend its plans for the fallen cancel in person classes. The other is George Washington University, Nick in Delhi. W T O P News starting tomorrow afternoon in Maryland, Face masks will be mandatory inside public buildings. And outdoors when distancing is not possible. The stricter mask requirement comes along with a travel advisory for anyone coming from states that air seeing searches and corona virus cases. Montgomery County's health leader is happy about the stricter mask Order. County health officer Dr Travis Geils tells w. T o p. It's an excellent step and that it's good to have uniformity across the state. But does believe this kind of direction should be coming from the Trump Administration. I do think it should be a federal standard that is apply across the board because we don't live in bubbles. Gail says. The county was already enforcing a similar face covering order since June. Governor Larry Hogan also hit the pause button on reopening, Gail says they're hopeful that the full combination of all these steps together will drive down the number of covert 19 cases. Ken Duffy w GOP News coming up 1/3 arrest in the killing of an 11 Old boy in D. C on the fourth of July. It's 707 Today's innovation and government report highlights the government's modernization opportunities. Dennis Riley, the vice president of federally gig, Amon says there are several things agency should consider as they try to improve citizen and mission delivery priorities. So it's federal agencies work to modernize infrastructure and digitally transformed their operations..

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WTOP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"john aaron w. t o" Discussed on WTOP

"Open up schools. You know, nobody signed up to work during a pandemic. Wal Mart workers didn't sign up to work during pandemic. Teachers are supposed to teach our Children, but until then, Jaden says she'll keep voicing her opinion. I want my freshman year in high school Melissa how w. T O Penis. Virtual Learning will be the reality for many area students this fall, and experts say those students need to be ready for the change. So for students they need to learn strategies for howto learn remotely. Natalie Millman, a professor of Occasional technology at George Washington University, says those strategies include creating a calendar for deadlines checking in with their teachers. They're not understanding things. Sabrina Wesley Nero, an associate professor of teaching at Georgetown University, says maintaining connections is key. So educators are working really hard to maintain connection with students and families, but also the connection between the students. John Aaron w T. O P News Corona virus Pandemic has strained local resource is around. The country. Despite that here in the nation's capital, local leaders just passed a nearly $9 million budget for the new fiscal year. That includes initiatives like education and affordable housing going into the process with a balanced budget from Mayor Muriel Bowser that accounted for 1.5 billion in revenue losses. The mayor says the council did not have a lot of spending room over the four year plan. They had increased spending by $300 million by increasing revenue, the council funded education by maintaining a 3% increase in per student funding..

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WTOP

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"john aaron w. t o" Discussed on WTOP

"For six months after roofing installation. It's 12 21. And we have breaking news on W. T. O P. Now, Washington's NFL franchise reportedly has a new temporary name. And they will be called Washington football team. Now. This is, according to ESPN senior NFL insider Adam Schefter, who says sources tell him that it is not a final renaming and re branding for the team. This is the team, the name the team will use pending adoption of a new name in the future. Not the name. Change, of course, comes after team owner Dan Snyder announced a couple of weeks ago that the franchise would officially retire the Redskins team name and logo after years of pressure to make a change and a nationwide focus on racial injustice sparked by the death of George Floyd. Now This is a developing story. Of course, we have much more coming up for you and sports in just a few minutes late. You want to keep it here? A w T. O P. But again, Washington's NFL franchise will now at least temporarily be called Washington football team. It is 12 22. Now, as Metro Service gets ready to ramp up next month, there are concerns about potential crowding in the rail system and current crowding on buses. And the concern isn't just coming from riders is coming from employers. A CZ well, Metro board member Matt Litter No, who have employees potentially taking friends it Metro, says 21 bus lines or getting additional buses starting today. Ahead of the August ramp up in service. It says it will be able to add extra trains to clear crowded platforms and that riders can expect increased sign it about proper social distance next month. General manager Paul Wiedefeld also says some face coverings will be provided for free. Another step base to recovery plan will be the distribution of 1/2 a 1,000,000 face mask to our customers. John Aaron w. T. O P News not wearing a face mask in Prince George's County businesses could land you in jail. County health officer there says not following the rules, Khun result in one year in prison, or a $5000 fine. His directive also says business owners have to clean surfaces such as cash registers and shopping carts between use. And provide face coverings and gloves for workers. Those businesses could get a surprise inspection by the health Department. Well, let's see what's coming up for you. Next in money. News markets air heading a little lower Chapter 11 for another retailer. I'm Jeff Global. It's.

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WTOP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john aaron w. t o" Discussed on WTOP

"Him unconscious. He was found by a passer by minutes later taken to the hospital and later released. Sheriff Bob Mosher says. Now we're looking for a dark colored or black SUV four door that was traveling on Wilson Road responsible for this unprovoked attack on our deputy Sheriff, John Aaron W. T. O P News, a DC police officer is on administrative leave after a deadly shooting in Reston last night. Here's what we know. Fairfax County Police say they were called to check out a disturbance in a breezeway area of an apartment community near Baron Cameron Avenue and Bennington Woods Road just after 11 30 last night. Attendant of the building, told police he opened his door and found a man standing in his doorway, he said. The man, later identified as 29 year old Daniel Matheson of Reston began to raise a firearm in his direction. The tenant who was also armed, then fired one round, police say Matheson was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Our news partners at NBC for report, the tenant was an off duty D C. Police officer detective said They do not believe the two men knew each other. Montgomery County Public School system has rolled out its plan for returning students to classrooms this fall in phases by grade level school bus service would be limited and some students won't be back inside classrooms Still, after Thanksgiving under current health conditions, the plan calls for virtual only instruction at the start of the school year, August 31st Then students would be rotated into classrooms and phases lasting 2 to 4 weeks, depending on grade level class sizes would be sharply reduced. Phase one would include pre K kindergarten and some special ed programs..

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Washington D.C. could see a summer surge of coronavirus infections

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Washington D.C. could see a summer surge of coronavirus infections

"D. C. leaders have warned of a summer surge of coronavirus cases to prepare for it the city's convention center will become a hospital it's set to become a five hundred to fifteen hundred bed facility and it's being transformed by the army corps of engineers mayor Muriel Bowser says set up will begin Monday with five hundred non intensive care beds available by the first week of may still she says the facility is for a worst case scenario and the goal is to not have to use it the hill reports the project is expected to cost about nineteen million dollars John Aaron WTOP

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VA, Maryland, Washington DC Unemployment Claims Surge Because Of Coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

VA, Maryland, Washington DC Unemployment Claims Surge Because Of Coronavirus

"Corona virus continues to spread our economy Thursday there was the stunning news the more than six and a half million Americans applied for unemployment last week and we're getting a closer look this morning at the ugly details in this area it's called unprecedented the number of claims that Maryland is taking in for its unemployment insurance program so we had told I'm over one hundred twenty thousand claims file just in the state of Maryland over the course of the past two weeks state department of labor Deputy Assistant Secretary Brian Moore says they typically see about forty thousand claims filed in a year he was speaking along with federal and local leaders to discuss the opportunities available to businesses in prince George's county John Aaron WTOP news numbers are even worse for Virginia where more than a hundred sixty thousand people have filed for unemployment benefits in the past two weeks in DC twenty nine thousand claims have been filed since March twenty first if you're among those looking for work right now there are ways to find it but it might not be easy the reality is companies right now are trying to figure out what their new normal is what some skills are transferable in a lot of fields in those skills will be in demand right now says Suzanne Mauro co founder of Washington career services in this area especially translation skills for doctors attorneys and different things that we need right now highlight any experience you have in healthcare even on the administrative side or in the mental health areas to touting your ability to work from home is a good idea right now as well but above all else no matter how slow it is don't get frustrated with what has been happening because it's not your resume or cover letter that's keeping you from getting hired right

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WTOP

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"john aaron w. t o" Discussed on WTOP

"Moving across the globe across town JK moving services will make your move for a free visit JK moving dot com slash worry free Dave Teledyne WTOP traffic mostly sunny skies in windy out there winds gusting up to forty miles an hour putting wind chills in the twenties and low to mid thirties as temperatures warm into the low to mid forties for tonight mainly clear skies temperatures will fall into the twenties for overnight lows breezy overnight tonight and breezy throughout the day tomorrow with highs again in the low to mid forties I'm storm team four meteorologist Amelia draper looking at sunshine at forty degrees in the nation's capital act two thirty to Baltimore Chesapeake division and WTOP's Washington's top news on air and online at WTOP dot com good afternoon I'm Brendan Hazelton and I'm Sean Anderson my chickadees at the editor's desk and just ahead California reports the first American case of corona virus with no known connection to travel as Wall Street continues its plunge over virus fears with the Dow down nearly seven hundred points we'll talk about the White House approach to corona virus with CBS news correspondent Steven Portnoy what's Congress doing to address the virus and establish a funding plan I'm Mitchell Miller today you can soon get a very rare glimpse inside an area landmark I'm John Aaron W. T. O. P. at two thirty one CBS news update federal health officials believe the first U. S. case of a local transmission of the corona virus is a patient in northern California who did not go to China and doesn't know how he was infected.

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WTOP

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"john aaron w. t o" Discussed on WTOP

"Area landmark I'm John Aaron W. T. O. P. at two thirty one CBS news update federal health officials believe the first U. S. case of a local transmission of the corona virus is a patient in northern California who did not go to China and doesn't know how he was infected infectious disease expert Dr dean Bloomberg the person who expose them probably exposed others so there's probably other cases out there in the community that we don't know about house speaker Nancy Pelosi says they're working on a funding package to fight the virus coming close to a bipartisan agreement and the Congress as how we can go forward with a number that is a good start what we don't know how much we will need the virus continues to roil stock market CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger what I am hearing from investors is that the uncertainty around the spread of corona virus is causing a lot of big investors to get nervous CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter let's take you now to Capitol Hill and WTOP's Mitchell Miller who has more on speaker Nancy Pelosi Pelosi raising some corona virus concerns with vice president Mike pence the house speaker says bipartisanship is needed to address the issue but she says she was also straightforward in her conversation with the vice president we have always had a very candid relationship and I expressed to him the concern that I had of his being in this position while I look forward to working with him closely says her concerns are linked in part to when pence was governor of Indiana and cuts were made to various health programmes president trump has said he's willing to go along with whatever final funding figure Congress comes up with but he's also criticized Pelosi accusing her of trying to create a panic I think she's incompetent and I think she's not thinking about the country's aggression all negotiators meanwhile keep trying to nail down that funding figure to deal with the virus likely to be several billion dollars on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news and again we'll talk a bit more about the government response to corona virus in just a few minutes with C. B. S. White House correspondent Steven Portnoy and whether it's the cold or flu or corona virus doctors have universal advice about how to keep illnesses from spreading if you don't want to catch it or spread it washing hands well takes at least twenty seconds of vigorous rubbing about two versions of the birthday song leasing and coughing doctors recommend using the tissue you then throw away but into your elbow or arm if need be with your concern as a cold the flu or corona virus you're asked not to touch your eyes.

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DC attorney general sues Trump inaugural committee, businesses over $1 million spent at Trump hotel

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

DC attorney general sues Trump inaugural committee, businesses over $1 million spent at Trump hotel

"Three years after president trump's inauguration a lawsuit now claiming some of the events improperly lined the president's pocket Washington DC's Attorney General is suing the fifty eighth presidential inaugural committee the trump organization and the trump international hotel or blatantly and unlawfully abusing nonprofit funds to enrich the trop family Carl Racine says the nonprofit committee paid over a million dollars to the hotel for event space this was still far above the hotels pricing guidelines and bar above market value his suit also claims the committee improperly used non profit sons to throw a private party for the trump family John Aaron for CBS news

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