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"john bates" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"No more rants I promise Tom Keane Lisa bravas and Jonathan Ferro brammo told me off futures up to under it on the NASDAQ 100 at 1.35% on the S&P of 42 of 9 tenths of 1% It was in three basis points on tens one 93 25 CPI tomorrow The estimate coming in just a little bit 7.2% for the month of January's CPI year on year in America The Bank of England chief economist mister pill speaking right now the prospect of more hikes in the coming months prospective path for rates is uncertain They do not want to define this Tom just like the Federal Reserve There is a case for a measured approach to decisions Just a feeling Tom for some people that we front load some of this Maybe the Bank of England at the fed and then we pause We wait It's fascinating Again we'll recalibrate tomorrow at 8 30 24 hours are now exactly We'll get that important inflation at report This is a joy because Deutsche Bank has dropped this week a wonderful essay on the dynamics of productivity the multiple ratios of productivity and particularly outrage dynamics and in this case rising wages then folds into a better America through better productivity Matthew lizette joins us right now the chief U.S. economist at Deutsche Bank Matt what a tour de force and you can go from say nude and John Bates Clark after the laureate tale Jorgensen at Harvard and there's just been this raging debate about productivity Give us the modern linkage of rising wages into this good thing better productivity First thanks so much for having me I really think the way that we typically think about productivity and wages from a macro perspective is actually all wrong And so the typical linkage that we have is that you need to see productivity gains in order for that to feed into real wage growth And if you're seeing wages that are outstripping productivity that there's concerns about margins from a corporate perspective I think empirically the causation runs exactly the opposite way And you tend to see wage gains leading productivity It's very robust relationship over the past three or four decades It appears that we've seen high productivity growth in the U.S. have all been driven by tight labor markets And I think that's really an upside from the current environment where we're seeing the employment cost index growth hitting the highest since the mid 1980s It is suggestive that we're going to see a productivity boon over the next two years And the logic is essentially if it's difficult to find labor if it's expensive to find labor what you tend to see firms do is invest and they optimize their inputs which leads to productivity down the road Okay so we're going to put the cart before the horse I get that with this modern lizette wage theory That's fine but does the advantage just disperse across a broad section of American labor or is this just once again the haves take all the gains I think what we've seen historically and I think this was the big takeaway from the last cycle and from the fed's policy framework is that it takes time for those gains to disperse You needed to see the record long expansion that we had last time over ten years And so I think early part of the cycle and kind of where we are at the moment it is not as widely as far as it can be as you go forward If we take a step back and then ask what does this mean for the Federal Reserve I think it does mean look they have to be hawkish today They have to take them out of cherry policy over the coming months in order to combat the upside risk to inflation and hopefully help to bring inflation pressures down But they also have a really difficult task ahead of them which is landing this economy that's going to show We think 7.2% headline inflation tomorrow in a soft landing to make sure that this recovery does continue and we see broader spread gains across the labor market Matt I'm trying to dovetail your idea here with what we heard from Rebecca Patterson And what we heard from RBC's Amy Wu silverman Rebecca Patterson coming out and expecting a 5% inflation rate in the next 12 months or 12 months from now Amy was silverman saying she's seeing weakness among consumers that perhaps is not getting priced into the market yet Can you square these two opinions with the lizette call Sure So the way that I'm thinking about the inflation side of things and we have 3% core PC inflation for the end of this year And that is both I think driven by the supply side and the controls that we have there but also the demand side and the strength that we've seen there I think we've seen some recent evidence on the goods demand side that that is beginning to dissipate which I think is somewhat of a welcome event or realization from an inflation perspective And we've also seen inventories begin to build there which I think is also helpful in order to bring inflation down On the consumer front I think that there is so much focus on the aggregate consumer which looks great from an aggregate perspective net worth at record high levels debt to income ratios have come down debt service ratios of record low levels 2.5 trillion of.
"john bates" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Staff led by luke fickle and that is true also so just you know in early name maybe to keep an eye on. That was from sam forty on the radio show. I can tell you that. They like sam cosmi and they liked brown a lot and i think they have high hopes for john bates in shock. Tony well but we'll see It's minicamp that's that's that's the update on many camp. Do you have anything to add or do you wanna talk potato chips because that's what you were talking about before we started to record today. Well no. I don't have anything to add. It's very fervent you to pay attention To pick up the idea that you can read something into what these coaches say in these useless press conferences that should be limited. You know We they're up no value example. I just gave you an example. Of what was i mean. I think you're right. I think you're absolutely right. I think it's very observant. I'm trying to give you a compliment. I thought you were being sarcastic. Knows uses for them as useless press conferences. I would referring to what the critics say about these kinds of things and they. They consider them useless. Okay but no. I think you're right. I mean Their value are you know. I mean you're reading tea leaves. And what the coaches think And you know. I mean the fact that they didn't have these last year. And you do have a new quarterback who's probably gonna be your starting quarterback they do have some value. Yeah definitely of course you know offensively. We always hear about you. Know the getting in sync passing. Passing game is always huge. This time of year. It's one of the reasons the really good teams in preseason games. We didn't have last year. In preseason games you will see some of these really good offensive football teams. Throw the ball. Pretty much exclusively. There have been some preseason games in recent years were russell. Wilson has had like twenty five pass attempts in a half half or aaron rodgers eighteen and a sixteen and a quarter. They're not even trying to run the football. They don't care about running the football. They want quarterback and pass catchers to get into a rhythm in know sort of live action We haven't seen necessarily that here but we also know what the results have been here. You know Somebody pointed out to me Last night that these mini camps With jay gruden that there were three or four years in a row or maybe it was three years out of four where he just canceled. The last day of minicamp any said up. that's enough. I gave him the last day off. And i'm sure it was because jay had a really good golf offer. somewhere I don't think that ron rivera will do that. Rivera gave them the three ot ta days off and they and they moved minicamp up to this week. But let me get to something that I want your opinion on. And i'll share mine after i get yours on you. I think believed that when they signed ryan fitzpatrick that it was not a foregone conclusion that he would be the start or do i have that right or not. Yeah but now. I am leaning more towards him eating disorder at the start of season. Only because i think the quarterback that ron rivera wants to play kyle and it can't be counted on yet. 'cause we he's not recovered. That's why you think fitzpatrick's gonna start because kyle allen is healthy enough to go. Yeah really okay so You know a lot of people believe that as we know that taylor heineke should be given the opportunity by the way when i went back to look at my notes about chase young i did say you gotta bring taylor heineke back you know. I don't know if he's the guy or is input. She got sign him and have him the row in the mix. If you don't trade for matt stafford by the way that was my first thought when the season ended last year. I think i had that thought. Before was they gotta make a run at matt stafford anyway. They're the reason i bring it up. Is kensington peasy. The quarterbacks coach a lot of the assistant coaches yesterday weighed in on a lot of their players And camp easy was very complimentary of taylor heineke the biggest concern they have is taylor heineke health. He hasn't been able to stay. Stay healthy apparently is put on fifteen town. Fifteen pounds of muscle He loves everything about heineke. He loves that he pushes the ball downfield that. He's a real gamer. That he's a leader that he's the word he's got. Great work ethic prepares. All you know all of that but that you know health is the concern. So i'm curious as to whether or not you think. And you think kyle in the answer would be definite to guest to kyle allen. Do you think that ron rivera and then the offensive coaches scott. Turner kenzi mp z. Have any intention of having a legitimate quarterback competition this summer legitimate like they're sitting around and they have been off season after signing ryan fitzpatrick and they are in the mode of. Let the best man win. Do you think that's their mindset or that it's already a given that ryan fitzpatrick's going to be a starter. Well again with the with the kyle. Allen injury asterisk no. I don't think there's going to be a competition. tile and be ready.
"john bates" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"America. We have a country to say. And now here's Larry Elder. Hi, Larry. Joe God was talking about how different things would have been its capital building of habit of black class. Better demonstration, So I don't know what he wants. Does he want less enforcement for black lives? Matter Marches? Curtis. He was more white people shot at the next demonstrate that demonstration with the majority white audience there. Just wanted to know Triple 8971 s a G Triple 89717243 Larry Elder relief. Thank you dot com Studios Next question. So you want more violence that black lives matter? Rallies? More white people attacked. It's not not enough. Why people were attacked me. What exactly? Yeah. Honestly. Be on the Hannity show. With Leo Terrell talking about the assertion made by Joe Biden by next Pelosi by James Clyburn, that everything would have been different. Had the protesters been black little over an hour and a half after the chaos started. I got a Text. From my granddaughter Finning and Biden senior in our last semester. University, Pennsylvania. She sent me a photo. Of military people and full military gear. Scores of them lining the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Because a protest by black lives matter. She should pop This isn't fair. No one can tell me that it had been a group of black lives matter. Protestors yesterday. Wouldn't have been. They would have been treated very, very differently. Well, Joe Biden said No one could tell me what I'm telling you. I guess I'm no one Yeah, they would have been treated very differently, They would've been treated even more gingerly. Police would have been even more concerned. About being perceived. Is using excessive violence. How do we know that? Studies going back to the seventies, according to article in the Washington Post that well known right wing rag. That's a joke because the Washington Post in its entire history has never endorsed the Republican for president. Never He endorsed Carter over Reagan. I kid you not They endorsed Dukakis over George Herbert Walker Bush. I kid you not So this is not a paper that in love with conservatives in love with Republicans. In love with the police. Headline. The study found race matters and police shootings. But the results may surprise you. New study found. Exactly the opposite. What most people think. Even with white officers who do have racial biases. Officers are three times less likely to shoot unarmed black suspects than unarmed white suspects. Results come from a lab project watching the State University. Vote, using highly realistic police simulator simulators, in which actors and various scenarios approach and respond to officers on large high def video screens in an attempt to recreate Critical situations on the street officer. Officers are equipped with real guns modified to fire infrared being rather than bullets. And the scenarios can Brandt into conflict or cooperation, depending upon the offices. Words Inactions. End of quote. He said, is the third time researchers in Washington state have set up simulators to monitor differing reactions of police when confronted by white or black suspects, quote and all three times. They found that officers took significantly more time to fire their weapons if the subject with black, according to the latest report, the reverse racism effect into quote and I told you about the Harvard Economists. Name rolling Friar. Same thing. Did a study. He just knew that the police were disappointingly killing black people just because they were black. In a massive study. He said the findings were the most surprising of my career. He's the youngest black tenured professor at Harvard. First to receive the something called the John Bates Clark Metal, which is a prize given to the most promising American economist under 40. And he said the death of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray drove him to study the issue. Quote. You know, Pro Testing is not my thing, he said. But data is my thing. So I decided I was going to collect a bunch of data and try toe understand what's really going on when it comes to racial differences in police use of force. End of quote He and researchers spent 3000 hours selling data from police reports in Austin, Texas. Houston, Texas, Dallas, Ella Orlando, Florida, Jackson Field and for the counties in Florida. Examined over 1332 shooting between 22,015. How old was a suspect? How many cops were at the scene where they mostly white with the officer at the scene for robbery, Violent activity, Traffic stop something else with it. Nighttime. The officers shoot after being attacked or before possible attack. Go with determinate. The police officers were quicker to fire at black suspects. Shootings in these 10 cities involving officers. Officers worm or likely to fire their weapons without having been first attack. When the suspects were white. I will repeat officers were quote more likely to fire their weapons without having first been attacked when the suspects were white end of quote. Now. What he did say is that I found the police were slightly more likely to use non lethal force when confronting a black suspect in a white suspect. Probably in my opinion and Larry Elder's opinion because the police don't want to get it to def Con one. They don't want to get to the point where they have to use deadly force, so they're probably more likely to apply non deadly force to make sure they don't get to that level. Bottom line. Though all these people saying If these protesters had been black, they would have been shot, they would have been dead. If anything, the police would have been more reluctant. More hesitant is called the Ferguson effect, as explained by Heather McDonald. Well, the Ferguson effect is the twin phenomenon of officers backing off of proactive policing. And the resulting increase in crime. Last year, we had the largest one year increase in homicide in nearly a half century. The vast majority of the victims of that homicide increase have been black. The reason for this crime increase, I believe is that officers air living today under a false and dangerous narrative that says that they are shot through. With systemic racism that we're living through an epidemic of racially biased police shootings and that the type of proactive policing That I think is responsible for a 20 year crime decline that this nation has enjoyed eyes under attack as racially oppressive and by proactive policing what I mean, Doug Is the vast Universe of discretionary activities that officers can but do not have to engage in Based on their knowledge of criminal behavior and observation on the street above all. Pedestrian stops. What's known a stop question and frisk. And low level public order enforcement, otherwise known as broken windows policing. Cops were doing much less of that in inner city areas. Kevin Hart, the comedian tweeted Two completely different Americas were living in. If these people were black, they would have all been shot dead in 2 ft. Headline in Reuters. If writers were black, hundreds would have been killed. End of.
John Bates: Developing your TED Message
"It's totally did that you and your podcast right literature that you learned up all the hard way still to this day it's like okay I'm going to outline what I'm going to speak about then I'm GonNa Hap it and I'm going to offer it again then I'm going to offer to get there's certain things that I want to say to the audience and that is you may be very knowledgeable you want it you want to share that you may as you said interesting at least one to impress right and that's natural and normal and that's okay we've all got an ego and then on top of that you may genuinely want to make a difference and you feel like you've got a chef so much but tell tell us this is important because I think you know for the lead is watching they maybe have to up and do a presentation tell tell us how to help them get to the point because it seems like well yet I'm not sure this is equally the point to that and they all kind of go this you know what I mean you know exactly what I'm talking about so how do we help them please help our audience to go presentation do next week they've got a five thousand steps I think they should do delivering how do we get them to come to the point how do we get them to find the point the this is one of the core things and you know this is why that the rigor of doing Ted format is so powerful for leaders when they have to go through that exercise so first thing is I have noticed that it is really easy to make something super complicated even more complicated but as you go right it but it's much harder to make something complicated simple yes and that's the goal and so what I do is I give everyone a poetic license at my trainings and in fact anybody who hears this we're going to create a virtual poetic license for you in the cloud through the magic of magic and you'll have it so you know and that poetic license says that this person is now authorized to use their poetic license you know they don't have to tell the whole story only things that matter to the audience not in service of their ego in service of the audience and even the rules of grammar are malleable and you know if you think about just imagine going into a grocery store and looking at one of those big huge shelves just filled with everything imaginable k. that's everything you know and here's the point I don't want to know all that I knew all that we'd be you right and I would be trying to do this podcast right and you don't want me to know all that anyway so that's everything you know all I want are the treats dove where are the treats you know okay John that Middle Shelf in with the red packaging knowing what I know about you and your taste you go open that puppy up you're going to want eat one hundred of them and they're actually not that bad for you so it's fine you know you're gonNa love that and now I'm like thank you and I go get it and I'm done but that's you know these people these huge executives they're getting paid the big bucks because they know all that but they don't nobody else wants to know all that and the real reason they're getting paid the big exes because they can look at this and figure out what of this is important the people I'm talking to now I know all of this but they don't you know so but that's still brings you know because I'm trying to put myself into the space of leaders going but how do I boil it down to two because as you said it's about the audience yeah yes help deleted a to to get to how do I know they want because you know we we can't serve a generally speaking we can't serve the audience well what would you like to know I do before going to do a presentation I wanNA know that but but most leaders who are going into speak you know they really need to know how do we as speakers leaders get to refine and say okay what is it they really need to know because I can give a list of seven things they need to know yeah choose the one and make the others lineup right so you know there's a few there's a few things I think that first of all if you're really going into a ted format talk then I think the question becomes given who this audience it is is this a customer audience is this your team you know whatever it is but if you've been asked to do something in that kind of format think about this particular group of people everything you know about them employ all of your mirror neurons ability to put yourself in their she just pull out all the stops in a real ted format setting I say if you knew do that this audience would listen for up to eighteen minutes and really really really listening get get what you had to say what is the number one one thing the most important thing that you would want them to get and you know when you're doing a real ted talks for Ted or I mean I work with people for six months and sometimes it's an agonizing first month or two just to get that yeah exactly but then you know the the but that's not that's not every leadership opportunity right like you're going in and you're GonNa talk to the team about this upcoming week okay well you know as a leader I think it's important for you to be clear what is the most important thing you want from them this week so what's the most important thing that you could offer to them or how could you set this up for them to make that happen this week
U.S judge strikes down rule allowing 'skimpy' health insurance plans
"Judge John Bates ruled that the Trump administration's push to make health insurance plans available outside the Affordable Care Act that avoid the requirements of ObamaCare was illegal calling the efforts clearly an end run around the ACA the ruling blocks new rules from the Trump administration overseeing so-called association health plans, which would allow small businesses to combine their forces to offer plans outside the ACA that will be both less expensive and provide fewer health protections. A Justice department. Spokeswoman said the administration disagrees with the ruling and is considering
U.S. court orders Trump administration to fully reinstate DACA program
"I'm Charlie Pellett the Dow the NASDAQ all advancing stocks higher is results, lifted berkshire-hathaway, higher oil prices boosting energy producers right now west Texas intermediate crude up one and a. Half percent sixty nine fifty one four barrel. Of WTI gold. Is down, four tenths of one percent twelve o nine the. Ounce, the tenure of three. Thirty seconds yield two point nine three percent. SNP up eleven higher by four tenths of one percent the Dow up fifty five, up two, tenths of one percent NASDAQ up forty three a gain narrow of six tenths of one percent should mention that the Dow the s&p. NASDAQ all at. Or near their highs of the. Session I'm Charlie pelletan, that is a Bloomberg business flash thanks Charlie on Friday the California federal judge presiding over the reunification of immigrant children separated from their, parents called the government, efforts unacceptable. Earlier in the week. Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley also Also criticized the administration's policies our like many well intentioned, policies these were there, were unintended consequences And in another federal courtroom on Friday on the opposite, side of the country a judge upheld his order that the DACA program should be fully restored giving the. Administration twenty days to appeal joining me is David. Beer immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute David turning to the federal. Court room in DC judge John Bates gave the Trump administration a second chance to show him there was a legitimate reason to rescind DACA, tell us what. He, asked the. Administration and what the administration provided Well when the administration I rescinded DACA for the dreamer sue immigrants who entered the United States as children They did not explain why they believed that that was a proper, decision for the government t- taking and so what the court found with this decision was arbitrary and capricious did not have a basis in law and the judge required the administration to reissue that memo recinding. That policy or provide the court with a valid legal reasons why it believed that that policy was unlawful. The government really failed to do that in the decision from the judge really lays out in detail lie. The court felt that the department of homeland security. Has, not shown why they are are taking this action, so the judge didn't say that the DHS secretary Didn't have a thirty to rescind the program so if the Trump administration which is expected. To appeal can come up with a better explanation with a good explanation is it possible that the judge. Will rescind the order or that the court will Well this point really the appeals court is going to be looking at whether or not the judge had used his. Discretion in this case, to basically, enjoying the memos that department of homeland security has put. Out so that the really going to be ruling on whether or not. D h s had provided the courts with an candidate reason? So they could overturn but at this point you know providing new rationales is not going. To help the administration it's going to be decided based on what they've already put out there and what's your legal. Opinion about what they've put out there do you think it can sustain an appeal Well I would be surprised that this went to the supreme court the supreme court did. Not, uphold the determinations, by the department of homeland security I mean when this policy was rolled out was done without going through the regulatory process this is always been, an agency you know the types of decisions that agencies have routinely taken based on their own discretion without judicial review and it's somewhat surprising that the the administration has so far been unable to. Convince any court across, the country, that they actually have the ability to do this without. Providing a detailed explanation of of their decision and part of the reason. Why they've had so much trouble is that they tried to? Say that they're not doing this for policy He. Reasons it's not that they don't want DACA exist it's that they believe it. DACA is, illegal and that is what the judge continuously came back to you and said, you'd never explained why you think. It's illegal and your vacations for why you think so don't hold any water so why not tell us, the real reasons that you're doing that and they failed again to provide the real reasons for them taking action now there have been previous court rulings in California and New York there's another case pending in Texas. Which may find the program to be unconstitutional the ninth circuit is going to issue a decision how do all these cases fit together It's really all of these cases so far, have pointed in the same direction that you know really the administration has, done a very poor job in how they justified the decision to rescind DACA and of course you may know. That be court in Texas is also looking at this this is the same court that struck down the Obama administration's expansion of the DACA. Program, to parents of of of American born children and he is. Likely to strike down DACA based, on the reasoning that he provided back in. Twenty fifteen and so we could have conflicting decisions. Both in DC in Texas and California One requiring the administration to continue Dhaka and the other one's the other one in Texas striking it down so that, will, lead to the supreme court intervening and deciding the issue wanted grow and you think the supreme. Court will uphold, the government's position I expected the supreme court will side with didn't instruction. On this issue despite the fact that Moore lower courts have gone against the admitted the administration that's right because well I think the, reason is that as I explained before many agency actions similar to this one have been taken in the. Past and have been allowed to stand particularly decisions about whether or not to Issue certain benefits on a discretionary basis or within certain administrative actions such as know a program for people Not want to remove David we run out of time it's always great, to have you on that's David, beer immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute coming up, on, Bloomberg politics. Policy President Trump's inaction, on infrastructure a new ad campaign that's coming up.
U.S. court orders Trump administration to fully reinstate DACA program
"Sovereign jetty White House reporter for the daily caller with. All the news but you need to know from coming out of the White House. And Capitol Hill I'm Mary Walter and I'm here. With bids colonies so good morning happy as always to be joining this morning by Joe digenova legal analyst and pharmacy is turning to the, district of Columbia, Joe. Good morning. Sir good morning glad to have you. Back on Friday the big news coming out that a judge John Bates US District Judge John Bates has now barred the Trump administration from ending DACA and saying that they need to fully restore the deferred action for. Childhood arrivals program that's that that program put in. Place by President Obama that allows young illegal immigrants Or they were, young at one point. To stay. In the United States without punishment how, is it exactly and and the judge says that. The Trump administration failed in its rationale for why it was changing it back. Why does it need to provide a rationale of this is an executive action to begin with well actually it. Doesn't make a confession here John I'm a John Bates the chief of my civil. Division when I was US attorney and then recommended. Him for a US district court judge John is is a good man but in this case he happens to be deadly wrong let's remember, this is this, beautifully. Named deferred. Action for childhood arrivals that's what docket. Stands for this is the goofy name that President Obama thought up to violate the law out of whole cloth he created an illegal program with a right to stay President Trump becomes president and says okay well that. Executive order by President Obama is a legal unconstitutional ongoing rescinded he's already said that Publicly that is sufficient reason the is simply wrong this notion this is something that the. Judge and two other. Judges just don't wanna do they don't want to take responsibility for making these children quote unquote leave the country. This is another outrageous example of judicial overreach he said that the reasons given by the president? Or, arbitrary and capricious my answer to that. Is. Nonsense get yourself a dictionary judge Joe why why does the constitutionally constitutionality and legality of this action even matter like let's pretend it. Was all fine and on the up. And up wouldn't it be well within the president's rights. To remove, a program put in place by the same branch of. Government yes it it it. Is within his the is simply wrong you know this is this is under the rubric of these. These old cases from the nineteen seventies by liberal judges that wants a right has been, created, by, the government in order to take it away you have to have. Some over arching justification This is the corruption of judicial overreach and how it has infected our. Public policy the fundamental rule here is the president who, follows, another, president can rescind. The executive orders of the previous president that. He's black letter constitutional law and the fact that federal judges refused to. Recognize it shows why it's important to get Brett Cavanaugh, on, the. Supreme? Court could everything is going to have to work its way to? The supreme court and that's part of what what's going on on the, left is that they're just delaying delaying delaying the marvelous game the left cannot win through elections so it winds through? The, courts regrettably. This is a Republican judge John Bates he's. A nice, guy but he's just dead wrong let's talk about another judge Dana sabroto a. US district judge who said that the Trump administration is responsible for finding immigrant parents who were deported and chose to. Leave their children here or who were release East into the US for whatever reason without their children how is. This the administration's responsibility if the parents chose to leave their children here in wouldn't take them with them this is another example of, incomprehensible judicial conduct I'm not quite sure what it's gonna take to sort of get federal judges back into the role that the constitution. Gives them which is relatively limited one had like five or six federal judges. Basically running the government telling the president of the United States that he can't do things that he was elected to. Do that is absolutely absurd it. Is a kind of judicial autonomy that. Has gotten out of control. There is. No justification for what, that judge did and yet. It continues this is going to happen until we get. A full smackdown from the supreme court on the substance of each issue which is whether or not the president has already and then secondarily these nationwide Guide injunctions the. Judges issue from one little court? In podunk that's all gotta stop and the supreme court has to address that the. FBI has released some documents related to Christopher. Steele move onto him he's the the guy who compiled the Trump dossier the the one is filled with all sorts of half, truths and and skeptical. Information of in terms of how credulous we should be about it Christopher Steele FBI documents heavily heavily redacted we can find out almost no information this is almost this. Is almost a joke. Right well what we know now is that this is this is no. Longer even open to question notwithstanding the lunatics on, CNN MSNBC and the. New York Times and the Washington Post there was the plot a brazen plot to exonerate Hillary Clinton and to frame Donald Trump it's real simple stop it it's not. Even open to, question anymore The Steele dossier is basically, unverified garbage none of it has ever been verified I keep hearing John Brennan and others say oh. Some of it's been verified but they never quite say. What ended has been. Verified and the reason is they can't what's really interesting is it after Steele was fired by the FBI for violating. Their rules as a confidential informant they actually continue to use him by having him report directly to Bruce Moore who was out of the deputies office under Obama in the Justice department and then. Bruce or acted steals, mouthpiece going back. To the f. b. i. and giving. Them the same type of bad intelligence and, the? FBI, because this is what they do made three o two's for every interview that they had. With Bruce source they're they're like sixty or seventy of these forms which Senator Grassley. Wants to make public, the bureau is refusing by the way keep your eyes and ears. Open over the, next week. Or two or a little bit more More there's going to be more stuff on five it's going to be fascinating it's going to get very ugly for Christopher Wray and rod Rosenstein. As evidence continues to mount that they are withholding information from congress and the public merely. Because they don't want to embarrass the, bureau or their predecessors at the department of Justice very interesting we will be looking for that Jaysekulow has come out and said that if Muller subpoenas the president they're gonna fight. Them all. The way to the supreme court But yet doesn't is fine the face, of what Rudy. Giuliani has been out saying to the last week or so well I think you're seeing a little good cop bad cop here I don't expect, the president to agree to any. Interview by Muller given the incredible illegitimacy of Muller's investigation the manner in which it's, been conducted the people who were conducting it. I think that the president is. Under no constitutional obligation in a case like this. Where he is not accused of a crime he is not a vital witness. There is no evidence that he has any information the special counsel has not provided to the president. In any of his letters any evidence that he thinks the president possesses which. Can get from no one else under existing law the. President is generally quote not. Available because he's very busy in this situation I think the, president will win any fight over subpoena I think Muller knows that and I think if, he were, going to, issue a subpoena he would've issued a long long Time ago. He doesn't want to issue it subpoenaed. Yeah I mean the president's in Bedminster a lotta time to think about whether, or not he actually wants. To do this we'll see what the outcome of that is Joe digenova thank you very. Much, really appreciate it as always seven fifteen now, wwl.
MANDEL: This is terror of a different kind
"Suspect in the toronto van attack that killed ten people may have filled anger against women police say twenty five year old alec manasseh posted a cryptic facebook message just before the incident that suggested he was part of an online community angry that they were unable to form relationships with women he's charged with ten counts of first degree murder those known as dreamers win one president trump loses one in federal court jackie quinn reports from washington that the trump administration has been ordered to resume the program that shield hundreds of thousands of immigrants from deportation district court judge john bates says president trump's department of homeland security determined that the daca program was unlawful but that decision was virtually unexplained so he's giving the department ninety days and says if there isn't a better explanation then homeland security will have to process new as well as renewal daca applications this is a.
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"Good morning i'm john shafer with this half hour's top stories the last case of the season comes before the supreme court today and it's a big one the trump administration is asking the court to reverse lower court rulings that struck down the travel ban the policy has been fully in effect since december but this is the first time that the justices are considering whether it violates immigration law or the constitution the court will consider whether the president can indefinitely keep people out of the country based on nationality it will also look at whether it's policy is aimed at excluding muslims justices are looking at the third version of the policy that trump i rolled out a week after taking office shirley smith washington federal judge ruled that the trump administration must resume a program that is shielded hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation but gave it ninety days to restate its arguments before his order takes effect the ruling by us district judge john bates would go far beyond nationwide injunctions that forced the administration to accept requests for renewals under the deferred action for childhood arrivals program bates said first time applicants must also be accepted he's been a leader on and off the ice now vegas golden knights defenseman derek england has been nominated for two nhl awards the king clancy memorial trophy and the mark messier nhl leadership awards especially with the other guys around the league leaders on every team so it's a huge honor for me just honored to be in england also looking to be a leader on the ice once again when the golden knights host the sharks in round two game one of the stanley cup playoffs thursday at t mobile arena on wall street.
Trump administration ordered to resume young immigrant scheme
"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union your credit health is so much more than a score that's why they help you stay on top of it protected and understand it get your report and more at trans union dot com slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens the us supreme court today hears arguments on the trump administration's ban on travelers from six mainly muslim countries north korea and venezuelan government officials to previous bans were struck down but the high court let the current version take affect pending litigation npr's nina totenberg explains the issues before the justices later today the questions in today's case are the stuff of history can the courts even review a presidential order on immigration that invokes national security does the band violate a nineteen sixty five law that bars discrimination based on nationality and does the executive order violate the constitution span on religious discrimination lawyer neil caccio will represent those challenging the ban that's unconstitutional it's unnecessary and most of all it's unamerican the government counters that the travel ban is in fact it necessary to protect americans from jihadist terrorism nina totenberg npr news washington the federal judge in washington is ruled against the trump administration's decision to in dhaka the program of protecting some young undocumented immigrants from deportation us district court judge john bates is giving the department of homeland security ninety days to come up with a better reason why it believes the daca is unlawful white house dr ronnie jackson says he wants to fight for confirmation to become head of the department of veterans affairs npr's jessica taylor report that jackson is under fire amid new misconduct allegations that could derail the nomination in an interview on npr's all things considered montana's senator jon tester the top democrat on the senate veterans affairs committee laid out the allegations against the navy rear admiral improper dispensing of prescription drugs.
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"Courtnall university immigration law professor stephen yell lor thinks the high court justices could side with the president the court may have tipped it's hand last fall when it allowed this third travel ban to go into effect while the case percolated up through the lower courts the court had wanted to stop it then it could have a federal judge in washington wants a total reboot of president obama's daca program that protects young illegal immigrants so called dreamers from deportation judge john bates ruling the trump administration's decision to end daca was predicated on its legal judgment that the program was unlawful but that that legal judgment was virtually unexplained he called it arbitrary and capricious so the trump decision was unlawful and must be set aside administration has ninety days to appeal a shooting outside a home depot in dallas texas left to police officers and historic security officers seriously wounded police chief rene hall three offices are out of surgery that is the two police officers from dallas and our loss prevention officer from home depot surgery we're asking for your continued prayers for them and their families suspect twenty nine year old armanda lewis juarez was arrested after a police chase late tuesday night made a rising number of complaints from parents and teachers the fda's moving to crack down on jewel labs makers of an electronic cigarette that's disguised to look like a computer thumb drive the kids are using it to vape in class and in the public mitch zeller heads up the fda center for tobacco products e cigarettes remained by far the most popular tobacco.