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"john kasich" Discussed on The View
"A different kind of a Republican from what we see today. I'm still Republican. I'm still a conservative government, a not as a first resort as a last resort, but government is not the enemy and sometimes we need it. So look I'm living here in the twenty first century and I'm concerned about the environment I'm concerned about. Race I'm concerned about the gulf between the rich and poor I'm concerned about the debt that these people seem to have forgotten about. So you know my job is to try to carve out a new path for the way that Republicans want to go and I'm being joined by a significant number of them and I'm glad was I was out there and being able to do these things. But there's there's others that Kinda share my feelings, and that will be the debate in the future of the party. Are we four things or are we against things? We have great ideas. Are we willing to have no ideas? That's the question. Governor I actually have been looking forward to having you want to ask this question because I you know my family I was raised with a certain set of values and principles and I was raised conservative gotten more conservative as I've gotten older. I'm almost nine months pregnant and I feel like the stakes are incredibly high. I hate president trump I think everyone knows that. But there are some policies on the left specifically with senator. Excuse me with Senator Kamala. Harris right now having to do with abortion. She cosponsored a bill posing any limits at all when you can get an abortion and it's a big break from Joe Biden's pass positions and the Biden Harris campaign is also running on taxpayer funding for abortions. I was surprised at this including those after twenty weeks you're pro-life I know. That, and you pro-life when you were in politics as am I, it's a big big part of who I am and my platform and I don't think taxpayers should be funding abortions for women who are pregnant as I am right now. So how would you push back against a voter like me who's concerned about things like this and a possible Biden Calmly Administration I agree with your position on the life issue, Megan but look. Again, I'm not a person first of all I disagree with with Joe, Biden and a number of areas I don't like you know what he's talking about in terms of capital gains taxes but the issues here are dwarfed in my opinion by the fact that he's a person can pull together. So do I think that if he wins that all the sudden, all these things are going to happen that are negative. No, I don't believe that at all because that's not his character that's not who he is, and as you know, I mean, I I don't really WANNA get I. Hope this is appropriate for me to say as you know your father and Joe were great friends why month because they? Agreed, on everything, but they could find common ground. So do I think we're going to end up in some cataclysmic place if he wins I don't but I do believe four more years of this division is wrecking the very soul of our country and we continue down this path. I don't know how we come back except by the way I would encourage people to look at what I wrote on USA Today about the power of faith. Franklin. Roosevelt Link Lincoln himself called on the power of God to help the American people to overcome crises that is part of how we're going to overcome this division with the inspiration from our creator animating individuals to wake up to what's happening in this country. Well John. I'm glad you'll bring up God because God knows I think the Republican Party needs prayer right now and I want to ask something but I asked myself. Where do you see yourself in the Republican Party will remain a Republican if trump wins another four years and what do you think the long term effect or damage in my view to the Republican Party of trump presidency of trump leadership is what will this fever pass? Well, you know there are other Republicans like Christie Whitman. Saw The senator flake my dear friend Bill Kristol. There are a number of US Ana Navarro. These are people who say that we can become a party of ideas, a party of excitement, a party of opportunity. If we don't become that, then it's going to cause us all to think a lot about things. So we're GONNA just have to see if there's GonNa be a Republican Democrat or perhaps at some point a third party, we'll see it's up to the parties to determine this. Well.
Former Republican Governor of Michigan Endorses Biden for President
"Endorsed Joe Biden for president. He said President Donald Trump was not covering in the interest of the entire nation. I was at the nation's Capitol when Trump gave his inaugural address. I had hoped this first speech as president would be a message to unify divided nation. Instead, I heard a speech directed at how It would help the people who supported him. And sadly, that is how President Trump continues to govern. That's what he wrote in the USA today and then the free press governor. Snyder also criticized the president's 2017 tax cut and said Trump's foreign policy had produced some good agreements, but overall, our nation is no longer respected as a leader on world affairs. Jonas is Dick. Hey, Verner, Dick Wei talked a little bit about this yesterday. You weren't terribly surprised by this, But we're gonna have former governor Rick Snyder on in a little bit. And there are a few things I'm curious about. And one of those is and I wanted to get your take on. This is If the Republican governor doesn't like trump, and clearly he doesn't. Why not suggest ah, not endorse anybody? Or maybe endorsed some other great Republican as a write in candidate just to show your displeasure with the president. Why go so far as to Endorse a Democrat to endorse Joe Biden. Is there something about Joe Biden? He likes so much that's going to make him a great president. If he's just making a statement that Donald Trump is not not his guy. Why not endorse whoever his favorite Republican is as a writer? That's good question. That's a very good question. Because the governor Snyder says he is still East still considers himself Are Republicans. So why vote and why come out for a Biden, for example, his good friend John Kasich ran for president. Then he dropped out. Why not write in John Kasich as Hey, has the person he votes for? So that's a good question. Another good question would be what Policies of Trump. Does he support He can't be against everything that Trump has done has got to be something there that he likes because they're both Republicans. And he, after all, is the governor who several years ago. Boosted supported ram through and sign the lot. The right to work law in Michigan, making It's a ah ah, situation where we're workers that Aaron, a union covered by a union contract can drop out of the union and still be covered. By the terms of the contract, something that unions viral it Lee against. He was the right toe work Governor. So that was a very conservative move on his part, something that would be ah. Aligned with what the Trump administration is done on so many issues, So yeah. Ah, you raise a very good point, And I think I think that there's just something much bigger than this. I think I was reading a little bit of cut the Lincoln Project Republicans against Trump, but they are I think they're going to be coming out. Today, with maybe hundreds of businesspeople, politicians, people who say they've been Republicans for a long time coming out and say, both for Joe Biden. And that's just interesting to me. Why they don't voice their displeasure against Donald Trump More than vote for Joe Biden does. If you're a true Republican, wouldn't you think? Four years of of the Democratic president would do more harm than four years of president. Republican president that you just think is a jerk. Basically. Yeah, well, I'm I'm sure that you will have the freedom to ask that question of the governor also if the governor comes out again Against President Trump. And for Biden, one of the high profile members of the Trump administration is Betsy DeVos. Betsy DeVos, who would have been a Big Snyder supporter Back in the day one. Snyder was governor. This would seem to Ah cut off the good relations that he would have with Betsy DeVos, Dick DeVos and the DeVos. Organization and forces in Michigan. What what does he Snyder Ah. Think about that is he Is he through with the divorce is or can he maintain some sort of a friendly relations with them, even though he comes out against Trump If it comes out against Trump, he comes out against Betsy DeVos. Right and I also wonder does does this make Republicans think twice about voting for Donald Trump? Or does this make Republicans think less of Rick Snyder? Well, I'm not the judge of that you had you had posed the question Previously. Does this persuade Republican voters? I'm not sure that people look Any more at the endorsements of anyone. In fact, sometimes I think when we hear about a political figure endorsing somebody else for office It's quite a Ah, it's quite a bodacious action on their part, thinking that they're so important that their endorsement is is needed. Bye bye. The voters that we just have to know who they support or who they don't. I'm not sure that Snyder, even even the endorsement of a governor. Ah, former governor is that important to voters anymore? Republicans or Democrats cave after
"john kasich" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Pastor he said they're playing against each other. So what are you GonNa do about so they started organized never endorsed candidate started pushing issue the Democratic candidate started pushing those issues and hearing now started talking about odd and he started going to the holiday and he went to the Hood He. I Want Democrat Governorship in off in Kentucky and then the first week he kept his word on healthcare and fell into an ending felony disenfranchisement. So, this we're not just talking hypothetically. If. You WanNa Change Your Malcolm politics. You cannot ignore forty three, which is gonNA be now over fifty percent of the. Reverend Reverend Barbara when you go into these places, I mean you're talking about Kentucky I mean Appalachia. West. Virginia this is the typical trump voter. Most people think of that and trump did very well in those states certainly, West Virginia I think is his best date and. Define at the white do you think that the white people are racist because for years? What conservatives complain most about liberals was you say were racist about everything we're all racist. And like I did many jokes myself like. I'm not going to say, I wasn't part of it and look I. my honest opinion is that most of these Republicans are not racist, they're just very blind. They think racism has been solved. They want to think that even John Roberts. Thanks that. So that's kind of where they are but. I feel like it's now become kind of a self fulfilling prophecy. We're in this land of white fragility that book that's at the top of the book charts that a lot of the liberals are bracing, which seems to be saying to white people you have two choices you're either racist or you're racist and you don't know. Yeah I I don't I, you know I don't. I don't like US terms left and right and Lincoln said, that's a whole nother conversation because I think we gotta move to the Senate and I don't mean religious. More for the constitution I think every piece of public policy ought to be asked this question does it establish justice doesn't show domestic and quality does provide for the common defense does it Get. A Zip promote your well fat does give equal protection under the law. If not, Dennis constitutionally inconsistent is smaller indefensible and economic insane. But I can tell you from the people I've talked to Mississippi domain from Appalachia Alabama. Is that white liberals over estimate the racism poor white people and they underestimate their all. The reality is. What you need to do is have a conversation with vote and show them connected. First thing you've gotTa stop talking about races as individual acts of meaning. Field. you know even candy has helped us on. He says the fact that we have to say systemic racism essential to raise. We don't understand it really is redundant racist. It's always been about structure and not just about individuals and then. The issue of whether or not somebody is racist in their heart is a waste of time because. You they're not racist cop killed George. Law, you've not racing. To Five. That's not how you deal with racism racism. You have to look at the policies that you support and west of despair impact. What we find is that where we go into these white community and we have black people in with ended with us like in Harlan County we teach and we stay listen. You know about the suppression. Guess. People told you ought voter fraud yet, but let us show you something and we show people the asset, those who do the voter suppression laws, and then we saved you know those are the same people that are blocking your health care and taking your living wage, and then we say racism is targeted at black people and Brown people and indigenous people. But ultimately, racism is anti-democracy and to humanity and racism is alive and the grandmother taught me that I use in politics I didn't get it from Duke and all these other schools she says bought if you lie, you find the feet when you can show. People that racism is alive and would you scratch races Hupa fast somebody steal your healthcare stereo living wages And Steal Your environmental protection and steal your clean water that changes the whole conversation. You don't have to not talk about races. You have to talk about it the right way, and then you have to connected to the interlocking injustices, systemic racism, systemic poverty, ecological devastation, but war economy and the false negative of religious nationalism and when you connect all five of them, you can organize that twenty percent. OFF Of. Brown people will follow wealth around their own agenda who when they vote a fundamental change that. So that's what we do. We not sit home just 'cause they didn't mention us. So people are saying we heard one final thing I want to bring up here at Tommy. Wrote the book watch out with Kansas. Thought. Maybe this would be interesting for you. Steve Bannon was arrested today. Fraud. He had an organization called. We build the wall. Now, of course, we remember at the beginning Mexico was GONNA pay for the wall and then they didn't. Give me your donations give give us your donations and it was a complex scheme. Well, actually, it was not complex at all. You give me your donations I don't build the wall and I buy yachts. I. Wait a minute. This is there's a long history of this in conservative land you know about this. Trail. Schemes in the eighties when a comedian is told, okay. Don't say these people are stupid. And then they give you. This money. And he buys a boat with it. What is your advice to a comedian? Who can say? Okay, that's fucking stupid. Wait that. But that act is stupid. Just don't call Kansas but that's all. That's all I can say about the last question. Yes, Hurry. Reverend Barbara is doing is is is is absolutely critically important trying to build a mass movement of working class people across racial barriers and for my money that's a movement for economic democracy and for my money that is, that's what populism was about this movement in the eighteen ninety s that I've been writing about. That's what was us you know. sessile for this country in the nineteen thirties. That's Dr King wanted to do, and when you talk about the, you know the. White fragility or whatever whatever it was. That is an idea that is obviously. Extremely, corrosive to solidarity extremely corrosive. Deadly if you're trying to assemble. An electoral majority, but there is this. This is what absolutely fascinates me. There's. Large Number of Democrats that don't care about those things and what interests them is what I call. The, my term for it, which you know is the Utopia of scolding. Get to live in this happy little world and they go to whole foods and they live in the really nice suburb and they have a professional. Job and in their spare time, they get to shake their finger. At, the people lower in the social hierarchy them for their you know their vulgarity and they're they're they're tastelessness and their bigotry, and that is enormously satisfying. I got ended. Give you guys. You guys are both great. I want to hear what he is. He's why can't. Show. I. GotTa keep this. The words? Thank you compare anymore you're you're a great team and I appreciate you doing this. All right. We'll see. All right. Thank you. Okay. So there's a new voting demographic out there. They're calling them rage moms. You've heard of security moms and hockey MOMS and soccer. MOMS Well. These are.
"john kasich" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"What we're actually going to do and it's more than just I think. People who don't accept the election it's that both sides used this word existential. About if the other guy wins America is over. When you have two camps like that who think that? It's the end of the country, the end of our life as we know it, if the other side wins now in what world is Joe Biden the end of America I don't know but that's where they are. Do. You really think there's going to be a peaceful transition of power. Well Bill I would I don't want to speculate the things could go could go negative there I don't Wanna I don't WanNa feed that I don't have to be something you need to talk about but I will tell you that that's another reason why I spoke because the the hatred through clenched teeth doesn't exist just with politicians. It's now down into families it's it's with neighbors it's with friends. I mean I have never seen a time and and it's been getting they're getting now it's been fed. You know it's like putting gasoline on a fire where you know it used to be the politicians didn't like one another. But now when you have families being broken, people can't talk about this. This is what really troubles me and it's so ridiculous because we're Americans and right There, in their own silos, it's tribal and I wrote a book about this. In fact, we talked about it before is called it. It's up to us if you can't you fix everything from the bottom up, not the top down and when the public is divided. You can't get anything done and that I it's. I'm so upset about that because I see it every single day. Well, listen I commend you for speaking at this convention endorsing Biden, I think that was a really great thing you did and for those people who are to hear you say you're getting a lot of heat. You know I know that some sometimes comes from the left and I just want to say to those people look. This country, you're always going to be sharing it with some people a lot of people who just don't see the world the way you do and you have to accept that it seems like we're in this place where we want to own each other obliterate each other no one wants to compromise, and that's something that you and Joe Biden have in common your. Guys you know who excel that people have differences you can't own them. You have to work with them. We have to co exist anyway I I don't have any more time, but let's just say one more thing you know you and I probably disagree on this and maybe some time I could come on and talk about it but the fact that we have eroded. Religion and what I mean by that is I mean not the don'ts in religion, but the dues love your neighbor where all made in the image of God. You see if we actually if people thought about it, then they wouldn't be able to cancel people out. They wouldn't be able to express all this bitterness and anger because under that scenario, you must respect and care for your neighbor. You must realize it when people are made in the image of our. Creator they deserve respect and you cannot cancel them. This is something that we need to talk about I. Know It's it's tough because we've seen a lot of people who are preachers who've given religion a bad name but for those people who were of the faith Jewish Christian, whatever the is Muslim, whatever it is, there is an element there of respect and an element there of accountability, and so it is something that some point I hope that we can talk about. Iraq. Remind me of the dentist who says something provocative just as he sticks the thing in my mouth and I can't answer because I have to. GO UP A lot. I would like to say to that and you're right. We don't agree but I appreciate you coming on and doing what you're doing over. Thank you bill very, very much. Okay. All right. He is the president of repairs of the breach and coach share with the poor people's campaign. Latest book is we are called to be a movement the Reverend Dr William Barbara. The second great to see you have, and he's the author of people know a brief history of anti populism Thomas Frank. Okay. You guys listen you to have a lot in common. I think you're both very well-known for trying to convince the Democratic Party maybe that a have gone in the wrong direction and abandoning the. Their traditional demographic of the the working poor. In favor of what we would call the whole food voters, wholefoods voters. how do you think the convention so far has done in winning back those voters and achieving your goals. Oh Man. WHO's GonNa go I? Wear. So if you'd asked me a couple of days ago, I'd say that Biden is doing a superficially good job. You know he he at least understands what went wrong in two thousand sixteen in some way and is you know one of the reasons he's the candidates because this is a guy that that has really good chance of winning back Pennsylvania Ohio Michigan etc. But I wanNA. You know when you watch this convention one of the things that really bugs me about it is that they look this is a society that it is. You know it is heaven on earth for the kind of people you just described the whole foods Democrats. I. Live among these people they're very affluent. They're doing great and it's a wonderful time for them for the rest of us for like the you know the vast majority of Americans, this is a failed state. This is a society that is crumbling I, mean. You know a evictions were about to face a mass wave of fictions. foreclosures the OPIOID crisis just finished. You know now we're in this pandemic medical bankruptcies deindustrialization on and on and on and it it gets worse and worse worse than this is. This is not being discussed at the Democratic convention basically at all. This, and this is the kind of thing that was the bread and butter of the democratic. Party not all that long ago Bill Maher within our lifetimes. This is the kind of thing Democrats would they would talk about nothing else now they don't mention it at all. But if you're one of these people I'm sorry I'll I'll shut up. I just wanted to jump in and just say, and here's the problem bill. It's not as this convention. I WanNa do something John Lewis did said support kidney. But he criticized before we got into code one hundred and forty million people living in poverty low sixty, two, million people make less than a living wage jet sixty, six, million people living in poverty low well, we have eighty, some million people uninsured or.
"john kasich" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"This 2020 version of our presidential elections. We had this happen. Before we've had people say I I find myself not able to vote for my candidate. It's having on both sides of the aisle throughout history. But this is an interesting one. And it's not the greatest election of our lifetime. There all the greatest selection of our lifetimes Depending on hold, you are and what year it is, they're all big. They're all they're all matter. They'll decide the future in some ways or another on what our future looks like, as a country and as a citizen. But when I hear something like John Kasich Was. It was a candidate for president in 2000 and 2016 both times. Last time we went up against this current President, Donald J. Trump didn't like what he saw. It does, I think, raised the question. Can you be conservative and Republican? And vote for Joe Biden, a Democrat who is nothing close to the mostly conservative principles you stand for. And to me. Although I'm not voting for either candidate. It is, And I think it's easy answer. And the answer is yes, because we see it being demonstrated. But John Kasich now he was chosen to give a speech. Last night at the DNC. Here's a little bit of what that sounded like. Many of us have been deeply concerned about the current path we've been following for the past four years. It's a path it's lead the division dysfunction. Irresponsibility and growing vitriol between our citizens. Continuing to follow that path will have terrible consequences for America's soul. Because we're being taken down the wrong road by a president who has pitted one against the other. He's unlike all of our best leaders before him, who work to unite us to bridge our differences and lead us to a United America. I'm a lifelong Republican. But that attachment hold second place to my responsibility to my country. That's why I've chosen to appear in this convention. In normal times, something like this would probably never happen. These are not normal times. I'm proud of my Republican heritage, the party of Lincoln, who reflected its founding principles of unity and a higher purpose, But what I have witnessed these past four years belies those principles. Many of us can imagine. Four more years going down this path. And that's why I'm asking you to join with me in choosing a better way forward. I believe the best of America lies ahead. But on Lee when we rediscovered our shared belief in the United States of America for our Children's future, which could be bright, hopeful and inspired If we choose to make it so and I played that because I think it sets up the conversation rather well, we have here We have some of that again. Some people say it was a Republican in name only. But he's a guy who has been a governor candidate for president twice certainly out there talking about the issues of the day and state of the country. But he was invited to speak the Democratic National Convention, Whatever that is, whatever reality's happening in Milwaukee or elsewhere. One wonders if the Republicans next week would have a Democrats because their convention but let's focus in on the real question. In a conservative Republican. Still because of Republican vote for Joe Biden. It's an interesting question is being asked in a lot of different places If I'm asking it here, 855612616 20 got a lot of texts on it already. And I'm curious where you fall if you're Republican or conservative Republican, because those aren't the same things always If you're a swing voter Can you make that shift? Can you go from a few vote for Trump last time? Can you switch and go to the other side? For Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris. Interesting conversation will begin it after the break right here in lots.
"john kasich" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Bachelor finale we need should be in half an hour Tops should make the convention should basically be. I'm Joe Biden. She's comma Harris. If you're still undecided at this point, I don't know what to tell you. Your morning Wisconsin James Carton. Weighing in on the exuberance, extravagance unnecessary. Nonsense of what is our political conventions in this country, You know, to all the textures. I've been a little hard on the DNC. I will be equally hard in the RNC next week. Whatever that is. I'm not even sure what their plan is. Yet. They're starting a week out some details. President has said he's going to speak. In the White House. I look forward to that presentation and see what he has to say This. It is the Part of Americana, right? We have to have the conventions now one of the interesting dynamics of this year's DNC other than the fact that we're pandemic and it's not really happening is that's Former Ohio Governor John Kasich. Has Basically said he's voting for Biden. To the point where he's actually are actually spoke last night. But before we get to that, he did an interview with CNN's Don Lemon. I've I've actually been on Don Lemon's show all the way back in 2012. I'm not a huge fan of his for a lot of different reasons, but he's got a show on CNN and he had John Kasich. John American politician. Author News guy news host. Commentator obviously and author of Plenty of Op. EDS. About politics in our country. Here's a little bit of that interview and then a little kind of set up. Our conversation was going to play a little bit of the Of his conversation to the American people last night at the Democratic National Convention. You've been critical of President Trump since the very beginning, and you've even supported his impeachment but going with a Democratic candidate for president, a whole different ball game. How'd you get to this point conscience? Don, you know you and I've done a lot of shows together. And you know, at the end, I hope you know this that I try to follow my conscience in terms of what seems right to me. And you know, I didn't support Trump the last time because I was on the debate stage with them. I watched him and I was afraid he was going to be a divider, not a unifier, somebody that would go out of his way to be critical of people of the other party or didn't think the way he did. And unfortunately turned out to be right. So I looked around and I say, K. Now what? And we can't continue to go down this path. It's it's I mean, people are now speaking to each other if they disagree with them with through clenched teeth. There's almost hatred going on. This has to stop because the great things that happened in our country whatever they are women's suffrage, civil rights, they happen when we come together. Not when we're divided, so I felt that Joe Biden would be a unifier. He would stop this division and we get back. Teo, you know, sort of a civil conversation could be arguments could be strong. But at the end of the day, I think that he will include people not exclude them and stop the name calling former Ohio Governor John Kasich, who also was a featured speaker last night at the DNC, We'll get to that in a second. The points are interesting, though he identified way back in 3 2016 election that he saw Donald Trump as a divider. Not a unifier Tonight. I'm hard pressed to disagree with that. The president is a lot of things for the ardent and strident supporters of the president. He does what they like. He votes the way With his his words the way they want. He's certainly appoint Supreme Court justices that they like and they are more than happy to vote for him, and that's your right as an American citizen, and I know there's a lot of people out there because I hear from all the time. At the same time, there is a group of Republicans. Who don't want to vote for this president. And I'll put it in a different way. There are conservative Republicans who hate this president. Because they don't feel the represents conservatism. Nor any of the ideology that they have. Stood for over the all the time they've been a conservative Republican, and I think that's in disputes. When you talk about this 2020 version of our presidential elections. We had this happen. Before we've had people say I I find myself not able to vote for my candidate. It's having on both sides of the aisle throughout history. But this is an interesting one. And it's not the greatest election of our lifetime. There all the greatest selection of our lifetimes Depending on hold, you are and what year it is, they're all big. They're all they're all matter. They'll decide the future in some ways or another on what our future looks like, as a country and as a citizen. But when I hear something like John Kasich It was a candidate for president in 2000 and 2016 both times. Last time we went up against this current President, Donald J. Trump didn't like what he saw. It does, I think, raised the question. Can you be conservative and Republican? And vote for Joe Biden, a Democrat who is nothing close to the mostly conservative principles you stand for, and to me. Although I'm not voting for either candidate it is and I think it easy answer. And the answer is yes. Because we see it being demonstrated. But John Kasich now he was Chosen to give a speech last night at the DNC. Here's a little bit of what that sounded like. Many of us have been deeply concerned about the current path We've been falling for the past four years..
Michelle Obama: "Vote for Joe Biden like our lives depend on it"
"Democrats have opened their national convention, virtually five of the United States of America. Joe Biden's Biden's grandkids grandkids kicked kicked off off proceedings proceedings with with the the Pledge Pledge of of Allegiance Allegiance a a choir choir of of people people from from each each state, state, then then saying saying the the national national anthem anthem Headline Headline Speaker Speaker Michelle Michelle Obama Obama stressed stressed the the importance importance of of voting for Joe Biden. If we have any hope of ending this chaos, we have got to vote for Joe Biden, like our lives depend on it. I know Joe. He is a profoundly decent man. Guided by faith. Obama accused President Trump of downplaying the Corona virus crisis for too long, she argues Trump's response to the outbreak has been marked by chaos division and in her words. Total and other utter lack of empathy. A group of Republicans spoke out against President Trump at the Democratic Convention, the number of Republicans included to John Kasich. The former Ohio governor, who said the U. S is on a path of division and dysfunction. Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman said former vice President Biden could get the US back on track, not Donald Trump. Former Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman also spoke Republican and a longtime CEO. And let me tell you, Donald Trump has no clue how to run a business, let alone an economy. So members of the Illinois congressional delegation have their own virtual meeting to talk about issues facing the country, a little U. S Senator Dick Durbin says when it comes to the middle class. It's time to get back to the base and whether we're talking about a living wage. Whether we're talking about card check membership efforts for protection in the workplace, time and again, we've got to come back to basic principles. Mayor Lightfoot was part of a round table discussion yesterday on social justice with Biden. She says economic empowerment gives people a feeling that they have a stake in their own future. And that will create a lasting change.
"john kasich" Discussed on Amanpour
"Fantastic thing but it goes hand in hand as Martin Luther King, the very very beginning of his his crusade a you know he never separated the racial challenge from the economic challenge and it seems to me that the key thing in United States is not just overcoming the the the the nightmare of Rachel discrimination but. Also economic discrimination. One thing I tried to explain to my American friends to try to the difference between Canada, the United States or any social democracy in the United States and and again, I'm not saying that we don't have enormous problems here in Canada but I, I call this the Safeway Grocery store test. If you get your groceries at a most Safeway's in the United States, the tends to be educational racial cultural clough's class. Economic Chasm between you and the checkout person that's very difficult bridge. And you don't really feel that at the Safeway in Canada not that you necessarily interact as appear, but you do have a sense of being part of a wider community and that's powerful. You can sense it and I think the reason for that is very simple as that you check out person's getting a decent wage because of the unions you know that probably your kids in their kids go to the same public school of Safeway's are based in neighborhoods but more importantly, and this really is important think. Healthcare is not about medicine alone it's about social solidarity. It's a message you send citizen that you matter and that person at the checkout counter knows that I know that they know that I know that their kids get sick they will get much the same cares my kids but the care of the prime minister. So do you think that it is possible I mean here you are. You've you've you've written this this love letter intervention to the United States in a way millions of people read it. So do you think America has the capability to turn on a dime again to try to figure out how to build these bridges and maintain its leadership? Whether, it maintains its political leadership or whether we even want that to be the case I'm not sure. But whether America itself can reinvent itself as a better heart of rain nature, the spirit of Abraham Lincoln absolutely, and my my my my hope is is not that I I I want to be critical of America I just want America, the America, my dreams as a boy growing up China's that was the America of Walt Whitman Abraham Lincoln, the grateful dead that's what I want America to be again. Way Davis. Thanks so much. Thank you so much. and. Surely, that is going to be very hard of what the two contenders a fighting for come November and finally this Democratic Convention will highlight the achievement of women breaking the glass ceiling like Kamala Harris, of course, making history as the vice presidential nominee in the first black woman on a major party ticket in the United States. But this weekend here in the UK swimmer chloe mcardle broke the. Watery ceiling all the watery debt by breaking the men's record for the most swims across the English Channel Yes it is a thing. It took the Australian native nearly eleven hours to finish thirty fifth crossing beating the men's record, which stands at thirty four, and also as a survivor of domestic violence Mugabe said that she hopes of victory will raise awareness for women who've been suffering abuse in lockdown. That is it for now you can always catch us online on podcast and across social media. Thank you for watching and goodbye from London..
"john kasich" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"One of four nights of the Democratic National Convention. Of course, virtually pre recorded. What do you think of what we saw last time? Apparently, we at least here in San Antonio, Mike we only got one hour of the two hours. Yeah. You probably dodged the bullet there, Charlie. I'm just saying it's uh, it's kind of boring and knowing the significant parts of it were taped it days ago. Like Michelle Obama didn't mention Kamala Harris, because comma wasn't the nominee. When she recorded her peace. That kind of dis turn May I think the people who are happiest about this are the GOP because they get to watch the next three days. And say, Okay, let's not do that. Let's not do that. Let's not, you know it's it's the the new territory. This is the first time it's ever been done. And the John Kasich thing standing in the crossroads. It's also so heavy. You know, I had to admit I chuckled a little bit at it. Not no new ground was broken last night other than the format Well, you talk about new territory and dodging a bullet in it may have been boring. And depending on what part of the country that you live in, you know you may or may not want to see all two hours, but Is there anything more important in this country than electing the next president of the United States of America? Why would networks decide to just give us an hour and then maybe is a quick addendum to that. Is that going to be the case next week with the Republicans? Yeah, well, you know, they're gonna have to have equal time. So the time will match and again. This works to the GOP's advantage. They can say okay, we're only going to get an hour. On the first night, so let's make sure it works. And they're probably running it like a TV show, as they should. And to address your first question. No, there's nothing more important, but rarely do conventions changed the mind of a voter. You know, this is this is a show and we all know it's a show on and you guys you say you only got, like one hour. Did you happen to see what went on after Michelle Obama ended her speech? No, I did not until this morning. If you're talking about the only thing I was looking forward to at the convention, and that was a performance by Stephen Stills. Yes, Stephen Stills. That was kind of interesting to see Stephen Stills and Billy Porter doing Ah, 2020 version of for what it's worth. One of the more bizarre things, but yet it pretty. It was an interesting throwback to 1968 and the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. I thought, if if those kinds of things would pepper this convention Then that's a little more interesting to me than some of the scripted in pre tape stuff like Michelle Obama delivered. Why, Why did you think that it was strange? I mean, it's you know, you mentioned the Democratic National Convention in 68 that song from the late sixties by Buffalo Springfield about protest at Centra anti war. I mean, it's I mean, here we are in 2020, and it's almost the same things going on. Yeah, Then exactly. You're 100 per cent right on that. I just felt it was Um, well, you know what they're trying to do. They're trying to engage Generation Z, which is the one demographic they're having the hardest time getting and they thought a music video with the song which all of us know And then a person, Billy Porter, who I think that demographic understand, So maybe it's not a strange Charlie maybe turned me around on this one. I just felt it was a little freaky after the former first lady speaks to go to this music video. Yeah, well, it's always been one of my favorite songs, and I don't know if it got to the gym disease, but I know a millennial, my youngest daughter who's One of her favorite songs anyway. Lastly, president says somebody's getting pardoned today, and that person is very, very important. We know it's not General Flynn. We know it's not Edward Snowden. Maybe later on down the road. Who do you think it's going to be? Yeah, This is a wild one..
Democratic Convention: Democrats make their case for Joe Biden
"Are making their together defeat Donald Trump and elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as our next president and vice president. Former first lady Michelle Obama, in a taped address, offered her emotional reasons for supporting Joe Biden. If we have any hope of ending this chaos, we have got to vote for Joe Biden, like our lives depend on it. Still this Invention is unlike anyone before no big arenas that take on a rock concert vibe. I'm speaking to you from a small radio studio in Washington, not the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, where convention organizers that once playing the host this event and that has presented bill challenges and opportunities So Ji Hinojosa, this senior advisor and the communications director for the Democratic National Committee. She joined me and Fox News radio political analyst Josh Cross Our after the curtain dropped or, more appropriately, the video conference ended on the convention's first night. So cheese. We were watching this and in listening along this evening, it seemed to me that that the strategy for this first night was trying to maybe build a big tent sort of explained to me. How this evening came together with having a virtual state shared by by somebody like Bernie Sanders, who represents certainly that more progressive wing of the Democratic Party. And former Ohio Governor John Kasich, who is not a Democrat at all. Well, absolutely. I think tonight just showed unity, which is it kicked off the first day of our convention of Uniting America. And I think that whether it was John case are Bernie Sanders or Michelle Obama. It just shows A broad coalition that we're building. Then there are also the stories of Americans all across this country. You had a a dreamer who is on the front lines of this pandemic on DH who is a first responder. You had a woman. I think this was one of the main moments of the night that everyone keeps pointing Tio Kristin from Arizona, who lost her father to Kobe. My dad was a healthy 65 year old. His Onley preexisting condition was trusting Donald Trump, and for that he paid with his life. And so that was just one of those gut wrenching moments when you realize listen, look at what this man has done to our country on DH. Yet you have leaders from all across this country, regardless of who they voted for in 2016 come together and make their voices heard. He's part of the strategy here to try and win over. Maybe those who had supported President Trump previously over to the Democratic side. Is this trying to make sure that those who supported somebody in the primary other than Joe Biden? Support him. Now is that sort of the big sort of strategy here that's underway trying to bring like everybody together. We absolutely want to reach out to everyone. That's the only way that we win. We want to make sure that those who are registered to vote that didn't turn out in 2016 turnout because they understand the stakes in the election regardless of political affiliation. We want people to know who if they voted for Donald Trump in 2016, that they can come over and vote for Joe Biden and that he will be studying leadership. We also want people to know those who are first time voters and registered to vote for the first time because they're angry. What's happening in this country? Well untenable for Joe Biden and this is making sure that if that we have the broadest coalition possible, because that is the only way that we win. But how do you govern that way? How does a John Kasich Republican and Bernie Sanders, Democrat Find their way in a governing structure. Well, what you have seen and from Joe Biden is that he can work across the aisle. He's done this to rot his entire career. And he wants to get things done. And he wants to make sure that I think that what you saw tonight were these three crises. Ray and Joe Biden wants to tackle them, and that is the pandemic. That is the economic downturn. And that is the racial inequalities that face our country right now, and what we were trying to showcase tonight is that Joe Biden Steady leadership could get us through this, and it's going to take a broad coalition to do that. And to work across party lines in order to get us out of this mess, and so you can govern this way, Frank, you have to reach out. To various parts of not only our party, but you know all Americans in order to do this, and Joe Biden will stick by his values, as he always has.
"john kasich" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I'm your host Ryan Gorman with me tonight, Rory O'Neill. And it's been a very interesting night and you've been making the point over and over again. Rory to people, especially like me. Who throughout the course of the two hours of night number one had a 1,000,000 different ideas for the Democrats are they should have done this. There are they should have done that are Hey, there's Bernie. Why isn't Larry David part of the program? You know, I almost wanted it to be like a Saturday night Live Your Producing An Oscar is telling you try to get the right host. Yeah, I wanted some. Ah, little more entertainment there, But you can't making the point that you know how is this a lot different from what we would. Normally we're all in the convention hall in Milwaukee. We'd see a bunch of people walking up giving boring speeches between them. They'd have telephone pre made videos that we watched the videos and everyone would sort of clapping mill about and wander around and hushed down a little bit. When finally someone takes the stage in person to talk. It's Not that different now, whether that we were expecting, it should have. Maybe this is how we do conventions in 2020 and maybe redo them in 2024. But this is what a convention is like. It's a bunch of speeches ago. That was that was a dull one or or whatever your attention, too, and then look away, And there's always a highlighter to which we had a high letter to tonight in a couple of Doug's and You know that? That's how these go za convention with just a list of a lot of speakers, some of them very good. Some of them not like I was saying before they call it politics is just showbiz for ugly people way are one thing that was missing was you know when you have a John Kasich let's say on stage in the arena. You get to see how the Democratic base reacts to him, and then Bernie Sanders comes on and you get to see how they react. We were missing that aspect of it. What's playing well with the bass? What's not, and that adds a little drama. Sometimes to all the energy was on social media, right? We're not here. She was a horrible thing that just gets the most shallow response possible, and and I think it's a very separate thing that if you're looking at God forbid, if you watch this For two hours on your phone, But if you were watching it on your phone or watching it on the computer, you're not having the same experience obviously than what we would have had in Milwaukee. So it's it's It's a different thing, and it doesn't generate the same kind of energy and that energy that gets people to the polls in about 80 days. I thought one point do you had made earlier was spot on and Was Michelle Obama's speech. You give that in the arena at the convention and speech takes on like a whole different feel, Whereas that speech it landed. I think exactly how it should of the way that it was given tonight. That was a one on one because otherwise you waiting for to echo back in the hold One person shooting and shouting in the background. I love you. You know, one of those is going on s, but that was a very intimate Serious, very policy driven and emotional and you know, it really tugged at the heartstrings there in spots on and I don't think you could have done that as well in a big convention hall with 15,000 people where were will, I think have an impact is when Kamala Harris delivers her speech, and Joe Biden delivers his speech not having That energy those, you know loud rounds of applause for key lines. I think that's gonna take away a bit from their speeches, but then also the president. He's gonna have to deal with that as well. Next week when the Republican convention happens, because for the most part, it's going to be a similar set up. And this may help Jill Biden, who's speaking tomorrow night, you know. So obviously Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton is also speaking. Tomorrow night, he can do the big speech. Jill Biden has given convention speeches before, but you know, still not great, but but but fine, So I think perhaps you may benefit from the same type of Michelle Obama one on one approach that may help her out when she I deliver her message..
The Democratic National Convention: Michelle Obama blasts Trump
"Democratic National Convention Night. One of the Democratic convention is over It like the energy, we usually expect no cherry, no hollering. But Democrats and some known Democrats tried to make the case against President Trump. The headline speaker was former first lady Michelle Obama she had praised for Joe Biden. Not so for the President Donald Trump is the wrong president. For our country. He has had more than enough time to prove that he could do the job, but he is clearly in over his head. He cannot meet this moment, and Bernie Sanders talked about the importance of the election. The future of our democracy is at stake. The future of our economy is at stake. The future of our planet is at stake. Even some Republicans spoke, former Ohio Governor John Kasich said Joe Biden, Khun Bring the country together.
First night of Democratic National Convention focuses on unity and pandemic toll
"Night of the Democratic National Convention, 10 10 wins. Newsman Al Jones is live at the 10 10 wins convention desk out tidy two hours, speakers, memorials and slick production. This first virtual national convention had only a few hiccups and Ended strong former first lady Michelle Obama talking about the complexities of being president. You simply cannot fake your way through this job. As I've said before. Being president doesn't change who you are. Oil. A presidential election can reveal who we are to essentially the former first lady telling America they gotta do over this November Earlier, it was New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on covert 19 tearing into the federal government's continued response to the pandemic. So today, six months after it began, the nation is still unprepared. Americans learned the critical lesson. How vulnerable we are when we're divided. And how many lives can be lost when our government is incompetent? Let's bring in New York State Democratic Party chair J. Jacob's. Well, It wasn't exactly the tale of two cities, but pretty solid us from Cuomo. What did you think? Now. The night has also been about covert 19 fractured politics, racial injustice, Vic giving their testimonials, including George Floyd's brother, Terrence, who called on Americans to remember and mourn all those who have died at the hands of police for the names we do not know. The faces. We'll never see Dove who can't mourn Because their murders didn't go viral. The first of 4/9 comes to an end and just eight hours of total convention in this time of Cove in 19 ABC is Adam Kelsey now joins US Live. Adam Democrats have to be pleased at how this first night unfolded. Okay, I hear you, but I'm here. Okay, Adam, if you could, uh, what do you think about the first night? Democrats have to be pleased with what they saw and heard. Well, really impressive the way that they covered quite a bit of ground everything from racial justice to the economy. We heard a little bit about healthcare from Bernie Sanders. Just a few minutes ago, Andre had the inclusion of of those former Republicans speaking about the way in which they've been disappointed by Donald Trump by his actions, by the way that the country is in a state of disunity and why they're defecting to Democrats. Of course, a lot to talk about the current virus pandemic is well strong remarks from Andrew Cuomo, who Stickley compared the federal government to the virus and says in not so many words, that the federal government is sick right now, and it cannot be cured unless there is new leadership. And then, of course, the star of the show, the former first lady Michelle Obama, wrapping up her remarks just a second ago. Always, you know, one of the most beloved political figures in this country and and and setting the stakes for this election, rather clearly saying that the United States can either take a step back towards decent. See under a Joe Biden presidency. Or they can have four more years of turmoil. A message when delivered by Michelle Obama is really going to hit home, I think with lots of voters Yeah, You know, One thing we're not hearing is a lot of Trump bashing. Now there seems to be an obvious set to go. I, as Michelle Overland said made a lot different than, say, Philadelphia. Do you think maybe there was a lesson learned that that didn't work? We gotta kind of method out without just constantly meant mentioning the president. Yeah, well, I certainly think a big part of that is not trying to demonize former Trump voters who may be thinking about voting for Joe Biden. I think the last thing they want to do is make you know, potentially hundreds of thousands. Americans in swing states like Michigan and Wisconsin and Ohio feel bad about themselves feel bad about taking a chance on President Trump four years ago because those airboats that they're going to desperately need come November, so there certainly was criticism of the president, but many speakers did not mention him by name. The former Republican governor of Ohio. John Kasich, who was a big speaker tonight made on Ly passing reference to the president while talking about kind of the situation overall in Washington, D C and why he's supporting Joe Biden. And I think that was really important for Democrats as well because as much as they might want to focus and talk about President Trump, There are a lot of Democrats who voted for other candidates in the presidential primary. Who still maybe warming to Joe Biden and so a sales pitch on their behalf. You know, particularly from somebody like Bernie Sanders to sell to the progress Sieves that are out there that why Joe Biden is the right candidate for them. I would say that that's just as important as continuing to hammer home that President Trump, you know, has thes fault that they want Teo Teo replacing and to do a better job with
Democratic National "Unconventional" Convention is Underway: Night 1
"National convention is underway. It's a nationwide virtual event. It was supposed to take place in Milwaukee, the city's mayor, Tom Barrett, the bummer, but obviously the pandemic has forced us to put things in perspective and the perspective that unfortunately I'll have to recognize 170,000 people in this country. Have died from this pandemic again. We have to take it seriously. The theme tonight is we, the people among the speaker, Senator Bernie Sanders, Democratic governors Andrew Cuomo and Gretchen Whitmer and some Republicans, including former Ohio Governor John Kasich. Headliner is going to be former first lady Michelle Obama and all of this is leading up to the big event on Thursday night when Joe Biden will accept his party's nomination.
Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders to kick off convention
"National Convention, kicking off tonight virtually heavy hitters like Michelle Obama and Bernie Sanders headline in the first night. Other speakers include Republicans like former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman and former Ohio Governor John Kasich, who will explain why they are bucking their party in favor of the Democrats and Joe Biden.
Virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention kicks off Monday
"The venue, a TV control room, All of the elements will come into the Wisconsin center that would have held thousands of delegates and a giant political rally to officially nominate Joe Biden is their candidate for president. So visit to Wisconsin in person. We know that at this point, we're not ready. Lieutenant Governor Mandela, Barnes says the fact that President Trump is expected in the Badger State today speaks to his disregard of the science among the speakers, all virtual, with the exception of representative Glenmore, Senators Amy Klobuchar on Bernie Sanders and former first lady Michelle Obama, who will give the keynote speech but of note Is the lone Republican. Speaking at the convention, former Ohio governor and presidential candidate himself John Kasich, who says he'll be backing Biden. Jim Rope, Milwaukee. And they've
Trump campaigns in Minnesota and Wisconsin as Democrats hold first day of convention
"National Convention kicks off tonight. In Milwaukee. It will be mostly virtual. Former First lady Michelle Obama, Senator Bernie Sanders and former Ohio Governor John Kasich, who ran for the White House. At one point in time. We'll all be speaking. And President Trump and his team will try to counter program the convention as well. President Trump will be holding in person campaign events this week to try and capture some of the political spotlight as Democrats hold their virtual convention of the president's team is also said to launch a massive multi $1,000,000 digital ad blitz that includes taking over the banner of YouTube for 96 hours starting Tuesday. The four day digital digital ad ad campaign campaign will will plaster plaster the the president's president's messaging messaging across across some some of of the the most most coveted coveted digital digital real real estate estate during during a a convention convention that that will will be be heavily heavily watched watched online online sources sources tell tell ABC ABC the the ads ads will will
Unique Democratic National Convention begins amid pandemic
"National National Convention Convention begins begins tonight, tonight, but but not not the the way way you've you've ever ever seen seen before. before. No No grand grand event, event, with with thousands thousands cheering cheering and and a a big big venue. venue. Instead, Instead, a a Siri's Siri's of speeches will be done using new technology and event once expected to draw About 50,000 Democrats to Milwaukee is now a mostly virtual affair. The Democratic National Convention still plans for four days of delegate meetings. Platform debate in primetime speakers With those speakers will appear remotely. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders of former rival of presumptive nominee Joe Biden will address delegates tonight. So will Republican John Kasich. Former congressman in Ohio governor in a long time critic of President. Trump, California Senator Kamala Harris will accept the Democrats nomination for vice president Wednesday night. Biden will claim the presidential nomination Thursday
Virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention kicks off Monday
"Virtual Democratic National Convention kicks off tomorrow, the first of four nights of speeches where pop Republican John Kasich, the form Ohio governor speaks tomorrow, as well as Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Reactions to Kamala Harris being announced as Joe Biden's running mate
"Names his running mate Misa Brady, the presumptive Democratic nominee, picks one of his former rivals for the nomination. California Senator Kamala Harris in a tweet Biden calling Harris a fearless fighter for the little guy and one of the country's finest public servants, this just hours after speakers were announced for next week's convention. We know that Bernie Sanders and former Republican Governor John Kasich will be speaking on Monday night. That's an effort to show broad support from both ends of the political spectrum. And then Michelle Obama will also be speaking that night, and then Tuesday, AOC and Bill Clinton will be delivering their remarks and on Wednesday were to hear from Hillary Clinton and also Barack Obama. Fox's Jackie Heinrich, former President Bill Clinton, calling Harris a terrific choice and tweeting that she and Biden A strong team. But the Trump campaign just out with a statement, calling the pick proof that Biden is a quote empty shell being filled with the extreme agenda of the radicals on the left. A
Democrats roll out prime time convention speakers
"London Democrats have unveiling a long list of party leaders and rising stars who will speak at this year's convention and kicks off next Monday. NPR's asthma colleague reports the names run across the ideological spectrum from Bill and Hillary Clinton to New York Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Other speakers include Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, the Obama's the former governor of Ohio Republican John Kasich and the former acting U. S. Attorney General, Sally Yates. Democrats had also previously announced a plan to highlight everyday Americans by giving small business owners teachers factory workers in front line health workers, prime time speaking slots. Last week, Democrats officially announced that Biden would deliver his speech from his home state of Delaware instead of the host city of Milwaukee. President Trump has not yet settled on where he'll be delivering his speech for the Republican
Democrats Roll Out Prime Time Convention Speakers
"Out the heavyweights for next week's virtual Democratic National Convention. The Obama's the Clintons and the Bidens will be keynote speakers, along with Bernie Sanders and Republican John Kasich. Vice presidential candidate will speak the night before Joe Biden is expected to accept his party's nomination next Thursday. President
Democratic convention speakers announced as Biden VP decision looms
"We're preparing for political convention season, The Democrats have released their schedule of speakers for next week's event includes several high profile names. Several major players, including former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton will speak at the mostly virtual Democratic National Convention, as well as a few surprises and newcomers also scheduled Republican former Ohio Governor John Kasich and Congresswoman Alexandra Cozzi O Cortez, plus former White House hopefuls Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and Pete footage. Joe Biden accepts the party's presidential nomination on the convention's final day next Thursday.
"john kasich" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"You're doing sensationalism and the same with NBC and Comcast you can yes John Kasich we just if we were to say something that's really bad from Florida can you get back to report a good set of sensationalism let's see if it works it might might not I happen to feel good about it who knows I've been writing a lot let's see what happens John Dickerson science okay implicit in the question from Peter Alexander is that the president is concealing some information or has an answer that he's withholding from the public what do you say to the people who are frightened and scared and there's people who have died I say pay attention to the warnings from Anthony Fauci pay attention to these briefings that we're having pay attention to what Newsome is saying in California and Cuomo is saying in New York Phil Murphy has now come out from New Jersey says he's gonna shut it down he's gonna shut down anything but essential services that is all fair stuff but he went to inspirational list in my opinion what angel Cuomo has been very Andrew Cuomo has made a real effort to make sure there wasn't going to be a rift between the governorship in New York and the presidency of the United States Gavin Newsom a Democrat these guys Democrats Gavin Newsom has made the extra effort to point out that the president has been doing all he can to help people in California and that they appreciate that they've had a lot of fights it had go round save that rows as it relates to managing forests and forest fires and and things like that account trust me I just came out of California there is hate between Gavin Newsom the president but they decided to put their guns down rhetorically speaking to work this problem the president tells you he just was talking to Chuck Schumer they're trying to solve problem to try to solve issues the press needs to get the truth any information out there but like just ask a question to say what's the latest on core Quinn what's the latest on treatments if everybody's gonna keep staking out these positions to go for a knife fight I just think the ultimate losers the American people that's my two cents what do you think seven oh four five seven eleven ten so bright wonderful show new stock eleven ten nine nine three W. B. T. form among Canada the Travis how those roads with the naval did a pretty good we do have a disability just develop your bread we're seeing the latest reforming on seventy seven north bound just past exit five possible road understand maybe a box truck and a sedan involved in this so you may want to bail off of our north star spent northbound seventy seven go itself try on as an alternate again it's just past exit five title road also to the south the collision on still creek road near the state line south of Hamilton road on south Boulevard at Sharon lakes word to the east Harrisburg road north of Pittsburgh natural gas line leak has shut down summer street between baton Avenue and laurel Avenue Randall for Jermaine alternate and to the north the collision north fry on it J. W. clay Boulevard but if you do the income strategies professional investors used to take that first step toward taking control of your financial future with online trading academy be sure to catch online trading academy.
John Kasich on why he now supports Trump's impeachment
"Former Ohio governor John Casey who ran against president trump in the twenty sixteen primary says he now favors the house impeachment enquiring he says he made up his mind after hearing acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney talk about trump's withholding a military aid from Ukraine unless Ukraine's president investigate the Democrats in the twenty sixteen election Florida Republican congressman Francis Rooney says he and others are concerned by Mulvaney is remarks which he says cannot be on
"john kasich" Discussed on Kickass News
"We did just that will getting back to the book you make a case in here that we can get more involved in our local issues because we can rely on the Supreme Court in Congress to keep the president in check governor. Maybe that's how it worked when you were in Congress but I have to push back on that a little bit because I really question whether that's still the case presidential power has been expanding for more than a sense sorry now and particularly for the past three years it seems like Republicans in Congress have just deferred to trump on every issue as if Congress is just a subsidiary of the executive now do you still feel that our checks and balances are working well of course the house is Democrat so that check of itself and the courts are a check if you take a look at a lot of the things that Donald Trump wanted to do they've been blocked by the courts so what I try to say is that there is no one ended see that has all the power the executive is checked by the Congress the executive is check by the courts the Congress has check by the courts I mean that's kind of the way it works and in your first chapter on starting a movement you actually say social change doesn't come from politicians the people tell them what they want to happen and certainly when we look at all the great social movements of the past century it's usually come from the bottom up and especially today I wonder I it seems like fewer and fewer titians in Washington or brave enough to rely on their own conscience maybe the people would be doing him a favor by telling them what to yeah I think that's right I think people are hesitant to tell people in power what they ought to do because they just feel like well what's that's not my place but it is your place the people who our elected whether they're in Congress whether they're in the city council or the local school board they're there to serve you you're not there to serve them so the more that you can express your views us either individually or in a group I think the more impact you'll have the more successful will be as a country in that same chapter are you single out the teenage environmental activists Greta Tune Berg for praise that might surprise some people especially Republicans wouldn't you admire most about her ben first of all I got to tell you I don't think of myself like Kay I'm a Republican right I think of myself as an American I think of myself as a try to be uh you know a man of faith I don't I don't like look through some prism you know a red prism to figure out how I feel it really doesn't matter to me if people don't like the people that I hold up in this book I mean I'd I'd like them to understand why put them in the book this was a fifteen year old girl that stood outside the parliament and protested saying that I'm worried about my future and I'm worried about my environment and she just stood there that's all she did and then she was there like every day for wild and she decided she could only be there one day a week and now she's become you know created an international movement of people who are concerned about about the environment about the earth and I think that's incredible it's fantastic who would have thought it and you know she was just a fifteen year old girl and now she's you know she's saluted had all over the world for what she's done it's amazing what can happen when you stand up for something that's that's correct we're going to take a quick break and then we'll be back with more with Governor John Kasich when we come back in just a minute.
"john kasich" Discussed on Kickass News
"I'm Ben Mathis Welcome to kick ASS news John Casick has walked the corridors of power holden politics as a former leader of Congress governor Rojo presidential candidate and in the private sector as an in demand public speaker bestseller author and a strategic advisor to businesses and large nonprofits yet he's seen that the most powerful movements have started from the bottom up and the solutions happen and once we the American people become leaders in our own lives and communities in his new book titled It's Up to us ten little ways we can bring about big change he says that the strength and resilience of our nation lies in each of us not in the White House and nod in Washington today I'm happy to welcome owner casick back to the show to share some of the stories of everyday Americans doing great things that inspired him to write the book he says the actions of ordinary people no matter way more to this country than whose president and he also acknowledges the irony that this is coming from a two time presidential candidate he talks about the accordance of breaking free of Political Echo Chambers and shares what kind of news outlets make it into his own Daily News feed we talk about his uncanny abilities as a political agnostic cater and why at least for the moment he staying out of the Republican presidential primary less governor case echo and thinking about eternity what he'd like it his obituary to say about him and the meditative power of playing golf coming up with Governor John Kasich in just a moment.
"john kasich" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper
"Heating Up House Democrats subpoena more top trump officials ahead a busy week of testimony in their impeachment inquiry the president is violating the constitutional separation of powers but as Democrats rev up their presidential schedule using rowdy events to exercise his rage unconstitutional both impeachment will the politics of division work a second time around I'll speak to former Republican presidential candidate and governor John Kasich ahead plus debate strategy twenty twenty candidates get another chance to change the race on stage this week I've got a vision that's just different from all of my competitors but as the primary fight closes in on the first votes willoughby enough presidential candidate Mayor Buddha jets joins me to discuss in moments. Hello I'm Dick Tapper in Washington where the state of our union is just trying to keep up president trump is attempting to defend himself on to fronts this weekend I he's railing against the impeachment inquiry led by Democrats in the House and we have breaking news on the conflict in Syria the Defense Secretary Mark Espera announced this morning that the president is now ordering most of the remaining US forces to withdraw from the northern part of that country in the wake of unrest caused by the president's initial order for some U s servicemembers to pull back from the Turkish border in Syria that move which affects one thousand servicemembers this morning comes as the president has already defending himself off against criticism from some from some of the strongest supporters over the initial withdraw which essentially gave Turkey green light to attack America's strongest allies in the region the Kurds who have been stalwart and lost thousands in the fight against Isis Turkey claims that has targeting terrorists but the current situation has become increasingly desperate civilians I have been killed according to the UN more than one hundred thirty thousand people in the region have been displaced and horrific videos are circulating that appear to show Kurdish innocence slaughtered Dan has additionally learned and exclusive reporting that the commander of the Kurdish lead Syrian Democratic Army told the senior US diplomat quote you have given up on us you're leaving US to be slaughtered joining me now at twenty twenty Democratic presidential candidate and veteran who served in Afghanistan South Bend Indiana Mayor Buddha Jed Maeder Buddha judge thanks so much for joining us this morning I want to start with president trump's move to withdraw US troops from northern Syria you call the move shameful you have also said that the US needs to quote put an end to endless wars. Now I understand you don't like the way president trump has done this but if you were to pull troops out of Syria how could you ensure US allies such as the Kurds that they would be protected that's just the point putting an end to endless war doesn't mean ending Erkin engagement around the world often it means making sure we do our part to stabilize or help keep the peace so that full blown content conflicts don't break out Look at what's happened here this isn't even a strategy or a policy it is the president systematically destroying American alliances and American values. and that makes America worse-off look the twenty-first century is going to be filled with these kinds of messy asymmetric conflicts and we need to make sure that this is in a position to defend our interests and to live up to our obligations to our allies and right now we're seeing the reverse it is horrifying to see what is emerging not just in terms of what is being done to Kurds but in terms of Isis fighters now being released exactly as we were warned would happen and we're seeing the first reports of atrocities to and what's even more disturbing to me is a veteran is hearing from soldiers who feel that they have lost their honor over this who feel that they're unable to look in the eye allies who put their lives on the line to fight with us and if you take away a soldier's honor you might as well go after their body armor next that's what the commander in chief is doing right now so under a President Buddha judge US service members would stay in Syria is that right if that's what's needed in order to protect American interests and avoid a repeat of Isis emerging shirt think about it this way it's very clear that the for us to get out of an open ended open conflict with ground troops forever in Afghanistan is to reposition and end up only with a very limited special operations and intelligence presence that's exactly what we had in Syria and the president is pulling it out for no clear or good reason in a way that is not going to serve American interests especially not with Isis fighters now being liberated as a consequence of these militias being betrayed the Syrian democratic forces are called on the US government to intervene and stop these Turkish attacks against them in northern Syria reports from the region suggests that Turkey is even bracketing US forces with artillery if you were commander in chief would you be willing to threaten or even use military force against Turkey a NATO ally to protect the Kurds. If I were commander in chief we never would have allowed this situation to emerge in the first place and this is also an example of how the total lack of leadership from the White House has caused not only our strategic adversaries like Russia or or in many ways China to be able to do things that they wouldn't have if we were showing leadership but also our allies you look at the behavior of Saudi Arabia you look at the behavior of Turkey which is supposed to be a NATO Allie ally and clearly when the President Green lights bad behavior that's exactly what you get as an ally we have leverage and we could have stopped this indeed we were stopping this until the president made this reckless choice for no clear reason that is undermining American credibility and one more thing that's happening is it's undermining the the idea that America has a leadership role under this President America is being turned into just another country just another country out there score wrapping for advantage not showing leadership not in an exceptional position to shape outcomes around the world and the consequences of that are terrible both for American values Anti American interests let's turn to the house impeachment probe new poll this week shows that nearly six in ten Americans think that the future of president trump's presidency should be sided at the ballot box next November and not through the impeachment process fifty eight percent at the ballot box given how close we are to a presidential election how would you explain to the majority of Americans why they shouldn't get to be the ones to decide the future of trump's presidency but was also a majority of Americans report impeachment and removal look this is not something you can do by poll this is a constitutional process to protect the integrity of the presidency itself it's not just just about holding Donald Trump accountable for abuses of power it's about making sure that a future president ten years or a hundred years from now looks back at this moment and draws the lesson that nobody is above the law and in a moment like that public opinion is just going to have to follow the lead of the constitution instead the other way around I wanna ask you about Hunter Biden and before I do obviously I want to make clear that president trump and his allies are lying about Joe Biden and Hunter Biden and obviously the conduct of president trump to ask push whatever foreign countries to investigate the Biden's has been deemed to be impeachable by Democrats in the us but that said Bloomberg is reporting this morning that Hunter Biden is stepping down from the board of a Chinese company and promising to forgo all foreign work if his father is elected president is that not a tacit acknowledgement from Hunter Biden if not the Biden campaign that there was at least in appearance of a conflict of interest issue here that was valid I think it demonstrates the difference in standards relative to the White House I mean here you have Hunter Biden stepping down from a position in order to make sure even though there's been no accusation of of wrongdoing doing something just to make sure there's not even the appearance of a conflict of interest wall in the White House the President of the United States is a walking conflict of interest you got family members you WANNA talk about family members in the White House right now you gotTa Vonk at trump fitting from patents from the Chinese you got the president's son-in-law texting with Mohammed bin Salman the crown prince of Saudi Arabia while meanwhile the president sons go around the world old pretending like the fact that their father is the president of the United States has no impact on the international business dealings that they do we don't even know whether trump financial interest in he contributed to the decision to betray American allies in American values and they WanNa talk about conflicts of interest it is a radically different standard and we can not allowed this president to be able to change the subject especially with unfounded allegations your opponent better work said at the CNN forum on Lgbtq Rights on Thursday right that he thinks religious institutions that do not hire provide services to LGBTQ people such as charities or colleges even churches that they should lose is their tax exempt status. Do you agree with that I agree that anti-discrimination law ought to be applied to all institutions but the idea that you're going the Strip churches of their tax exempt status if they haven't found their way toward blessing same sex marriage I'm not sure he understood the implications of what he was saying calls that I do but also because of the separation of church and state are acknowledged as nonprofits in this country so if we want to talk about anti MHM Nation Law for a a a school or an organization absolutely they should not be able to discriminate but going after the tax exemption of Churches Islamic centers for other religious facilities in this country I think that's just going to deepen the divisions that were already experiencing at a moment when we're actually seeing more and more people motivated often Halloween is on the way which means it's time to break out the robber spiders fake cobwebs jack-o-lanterns but.
The Hasidic King of Coke
"Acidic King of Coke is the story of Samuel Liebowitz British Orthodox Jew coming from the cloistered life in his religious community. He I had never experienced the temptations of the secular World Yum wittingly gets lured into the dangerous underworld of drug smuggling the lavish lifestyle is very appealing and intimately becomes a major drug kingpin in Brazil. He doesn't truly understand the consequences until a devastating event curves but this isn't enough for him to walk away leading to a terrifying stint in the deadly Carandiru. John Kasich the way I was brought up in London. It's very strict home very rarely that we should mix with outside world. We brought up our own schools segregated. There was a lot of times. We got bullied by the neighbor kids. My parents is scientists me. When I was seventeen I should get get married? I said I'm interesting to get married yet. I was told I'm engaged. Engaged got married. Wasn't very happy moving if I may having are needing separated apart by tiny I'm getting divorced. Aw that's decided. I'm moving away from England in nine hundred ninety two hours. I was twenty four years old and I lived in Antwerp. Entered is very nice but it's very big Jewish community. I worked with my friend and green grocer waking up early every morning is going into the market to get the fruit vegetables shop you. I was to start a new page life Monday. Some guy who I knew approached me is name is and he said he was in the diamond trade out to the blue the offensive during the holiday who doesn't want to go into holiday. Okay do you want to go to Brazil Some Paula pretend they're all fully paid for. I was working very hard other maybe so kind to me because he sees me Kazadi. Did I ask any questions note. Okay I'll go.
Apple Watch may spot heart problem but more research needed
"People unknowingly living with a heart problem could be saved by their apple watch research that is still in its very early stages found that the heart monitoring apple is able to detect Iraq. Regular heartbeats now. Experts say more research is needed before deciding if this app could be a way to signal atrial fibrillation, which is a condition that leads can lead to strokes. If untreated joining us for more on this is the on the KCBS ring central Newsline is university of Pittsburgh health and physical activity professor John Kasich. Thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us. Let's talk a little bit about this study involved about four hundred twenty a little less than four hundred twenty thousand people. What was the apple watch able to detect? Yeah. So thanks for having me in the upper watches, an interesting device sworn on the wrist, and it was able to detect irregular heartbeat that we that we term as atrial fibrillation, which is basically the the easiest way to put that as the pacemaker of the heart and it and it controls the rhythm of the heart. And so when the heart kind of starts to run really really fast, and it's not beating the correct way. This apple watch is actually able to detect that which was really great to hear. And then we understand it was able to send alarms to the people wearing. Right. 'cause like, you know, many people have different types of wearable devices that they have when it kind of prompts you to say, hey, get up and move. You've been sitting too long in those types of things the upper watch was that use that information and prompted the patient or the participant to say, hey, you're having a problem here, you probably need to follow up with this with your physician. So it was great to kind of alarm the person that says, hey, there's a problem, and it needs a little bit more attention on your part. Now what what could be the next steps after this. We talked to researchers a lot and and obviously more research needs to be done here. But where could this potentially lead? Well, the the great thing about this is many people, and I think this study kind of suggested that was walk around with atrial fibrillation and don't even know about it. And unless they see their doctor and having electric cardiogram down. They're probably not gonna even know that they have this. So this would actually probably help folks to understand that they have a problem going on, and we'll Lert them to inform their physician. Hey, I saw this. Should we do? Some additional testing to one it will alert the patient to talk to the doctor who would make do additional testing for those with known atrial fibrillation. This might actually alert them to say, hey, wait a minute. I'm not I'm on medication or treatment. It's not quite working. Right. I need to go back quickly to my position and get some follow up. So really kind of allows for that kind of just in time monitoring let people know something's not right? And we need to do something about it. Do you see the apple watch or other type devices whether it'd be Fitbit or something like that being used for other conditions? I think they are. I mean, I think the candy, you know, this is just one example in for a while in the research stays when in in the fitness space we've had devices that can actually give feedback related to heart rate when you people are exercising. These new devices are also starting to give us information about heart rhythm, and it's interesting they can wear them on the wrist and detect that. But you know, we've done some work ourselves to indicate that we wait a minute. Maybe a person who's prone to having diabetes hypoglycemic or hyper glycemic event that'll be another place. If these wearables can start to come in handy. So I think this is just the beginning of a trend. The one caution we have is, you know, more information, sometimes leads all kinds of stuff. So we have to be careful about making sure we get accurate information in the correct information and tell people what to do with it other than just giving them information. Because then we have a lot of over reporting. And it just chaos we have to be careful about that.
"john kasich" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Republican governor John Kasich of Ohio tells ABC this week he may challenge President Trump in twenty twenty. I'm not only just worried about the tone and the name calling and the division in our country and the partisanship. But I also worry about the policies, you know, rising debt the problem inability to deal with immigration the problems that we have is America alone in the world casick also takes issue with standing by Saudi Arabia. There's a push in the Senate not to support a spending Bill unless it includes legislation to protect special counsel, Robert Muller and his investigation. Minnesota democrat Senator Amy klobuchar expressing her support on ABC this week. I think we should do everything we can to try to negotiate to get that Bill passed because this is about the rule of law. We'll see what our leverage points are. But there is some Republican support for this. And all of my colleagues who have said repeatedly that they want to protect this investigation really have to come forward and do it. Earlier this month. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell objected to a bipartisan request to debate legislation that would prevent President Trump from firing Muller. The college football regular season is done. Now. Major changes are in full swing. A trio of college football coaches lost their jobs on Sunday. I the university of North Carolina relieved head coach Larry fedora of his duties after the tar heels wrapped up their second consecutive nine law season fedora was forty five and forty three with four bowl appearances in his seven seasons in Chapel Hill, Texas Tech fired coach cliff Kingsbury following the teams thirty five twenty four loss to Baylor to end the regular season Kingsbury was thirty five and forty in his six year tenure with losing seasons in each of the last three years and western Kentucky also moved on from its head coach Mike Sanford after just two seasons. Ryan mayor.
"john kasich" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"John Kasich of Ohio tells ABC this week he may challenge President Trump in twenty twenty. I'm not only just worried about the tone and the name calling and the division in our country and the partisanship. But I also worry about the policies, you know, rising debt the problem in inability to deal with immigration the problems that we have is America alone in the world casick also takes issue with standing by Saudi Arabia. There's a push in the Senate not to support a spending Bill in. Los it includes legislation to protect special counsel, Robert Muller and his investigation. Minnesota democrat Senator Amy klobuchar expressing her support on ABC this week. I think we should do everything we can to try to negotiate to get that Bill passed because this is about the rule of law. We'll see what our leverage points are. But there is some Republican support for this. And all of my colleagues have said repeatedly that they want to protect this investigation. Really? Have to come forward and do it earlier this month. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell objected to a bipartisan request to debate legislation that would prevent President Trump from firing Muller. The college football regular season is done. Now. Major changes are in full swing trio of college football coaches lost their jobs on Sunday. I the university of North Carolina relieved head coach Larry fedora of his duties after the tar heels wrapped up their second consecutive nine law season fedora was forty five and forty three with four bowl appearances in his seven seasons in Chapel Hill, Texas Tech fired coach cliff Kingsbury following the teams thirty five twenty four loss to Baylor to end the regular season Kingsbury was thirty five and forty in his six year tenure with losing seasons in each of the last three years and western Kentucky also moved on from its head coach Mike Sanford after just two seasons. Ryan.
"john kasich" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Governor John Kasich says he respects the decision the Senate made to make Brad Kavanagh supreme court Justice. He said he's disappointed with the way senators handled. The situation says Americans are appalled at the. I gotta win. You. Gotta lose message coming from the nation's top leaders casick says voters have a chance to make their voices heard this November and believe Democrats have a good chance to take control because of Kavanagh's win. Facials are calling the limo crash that left twenty people dead in upstate New York. The deadliest transportation related accident in the country since two thousand nine yesterday, a two thousand one Ford excursion limo failed to stop at an intersection struck a parked car. All the eighteen people inside the limo died as well as to pedestrians. NTSB chairman, Robert some noted that is the greatest loss of life in a transportation related. Incidents since forty nine people died in a plane crash near buffalo back in two thousand nine Florida. Governor Rick Scott is declaring a state of emergency for parts of the state ahead of tropical. Storm Michael's arrival. I declared a state of emergency twenty six four two counties across the Florida, panhandle and big band in preparation for truck storm. Michael this allows resources to move quickly to every community in the storm's path Michael is currently south west of Cuba. It's expected to move north could make landfall on the Florida panhandle by Wednesday as a category two hurricane Scott warned that it's possible. The storm could be stronger when it hits he also said people across Florida and need to be prepared because Michael could change directions and impact any part of the state. He's urging all Floridians to be prepared for the storm. Stay alert to weather updates and watch this Trump closely..
"john kasich" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"And making sure that those, first amendment activities were able to happen and we maintain peace and. Order in our city police, report. Only one arrest in Washington despite some tense moments with antifa counter, protesters, at last year's unite the right rally in Charlottesville Virginia one counter protester was. Killed several injured. On meet the press Republican governor John Kasich of, Ohio deflected a. Question about running, for president in twenty twenty what I'm doing you know that what I'm, doing, now, is look I'm staying alive I'm, speaking? Out but every time I say anything or observe something people want to, say oh well that's because, he's running for president right I really I don't know what I'm. Gonna do maybe I will maybe I won't, I don't know governor casick was a Republican presidential candidate, in two, thousand sixteen, attorney Michael avenue. Atty represents stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against the president. It on ABC's this week, he may run, for president in two thousand twenty I have the ability to communicate with people. Without having to take a poll or hire some consultant to figure. Out how to tell people the truth of anti says he's putting President Trump on trial the question how many jurors will there be and a pilot is dead. After a single engine plane, crash in Los Angeles or near Los Angeles Ellie fire department spokesman. Saying the Beechcraft Eighty-three three, twenty. Went down in a field near interstate five in the early afternoon, Sunday, the pilot who's believed to be a male was the only person on board. Yes and yet. Been identified no one on the ground was hurt, and no structures. Were damaged the, cause of the crash is not known.
"john kasich" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"I was literally an altar boy and so all but nothing happened honest but you know when you're catholic youre right racked with john kasich being jewish so a own these these are those thing and the funny thing is i was a catholic altar boy who grew up in an orthodox jewish neighbourhood oh interest your has cdm written neighborhood and all of my friends were were were orthodox jewish and creek aside the first foreign language i relearn was yiddish ansari problem yeah and the the newspapers that were they had in the in in there was the first foreign language translationdecrypt that i ever 88 of a code i actually win at age ten to the public library and took a year turkish newspaper and i said i need in alphabet and i i went through it and i learned a very valuable lesson because they laughed at me but they gave me an alphabet hebrew alphabet book and i wrote it out and i realize it went right to left not left and then i realized oh everything still comes out in a foreign language were what do you mean well we the hebrew doesn't come out to english earlier trump vowed it yet is or hero right and you actually have to know that language right and i think that burned into my head because i i went into my learn spanish i learned french i took russian and chinese before i went into the military and like i said it just was destined that i went into that field what would is there a special quality that you feel like you have that that uh.