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01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

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"I could have waited to tell my doctor, but I didn't wait. I was short of breath just reading a book. I could have delayed telling my doctor, but I didn't wait. They told their doctors and found out they have atrial fibrillation, a condition which makes it about 5 times more likely to have a stroke. If you have one or more of these symptoms, irregular heartbeat, heart racing, chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, or lightheadedness. This is no time to wait. Contact your doctor. Brought to you by Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer. Here we deem lane on WTO fee. Who is Virginia for? Well, in the fall, it's for mountain dwellers and leaf peepers. Apple pickers. Cider zippers. Trail running overachievers who all inevitably become spa soakers, and fire sitters. For someone get me a cozy flannel, I'm going where they are. As I was saying, Virginia is for all sorts of lovers. So come love it for yourself. This is WTO P news. LL dot P at 1252. Welcome and glad you're with us early morning. Campaign 2022 continues, and this morning it was considered one of the biggest primary nights for this election cycle, and it raises questions about former president Donald Trump's lasting influence on the GOP this morning. While several of the candidates, he backed, won their nominations this week, they were actually in very close matchups. This morning political founding editor John Harris on what we learned about mister Trump's pull. In several instances, Trump backed candidates did

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02:07 min | 2 months ago

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"With only months left and chilled the midterm elections political observers say the climate right now is brutal for Democrats To that end president Joe Biden is trying this week to change the messaging America still has a choice to make A choice between a government by the few four of the few are government for all of us Those remarks coming this week at an AFL CIO convention where the president also acknowledged many Americans fears about out of control inflation This morning Politico founding editor John Harris on how mister Biden's messaging is being received right now The message is look I'm fighting for you I'm doing my best I'm on your side Way more on your side than the Republicans are The disconnect is in terms of what he says and what happens with each round of new inflation numbers It's clear that so far the administration has not found the policy remedies that are going to bring this inflation problem under control So John this is a real dilemma for The White House and quite frankly for the country for people who can't afford these higher prices What is there for the president to do at this point It is for him to do what he was trying to do in that AFL CIO speech which is to say look I'm on your side I'm not denying the problem I admit it's there I'm your best hope for getting it under control But it's a very very stiff headwind as people even inside The White House They acknowledge in these midterm elections They're just a few months away Usually it's in the summer of our Labor Day at the latest where elections kind of become lacked in and there's not much you can do So really time is of the essence for The White House Let's switch gears here a little bit We had primary election results We had a South Carolina congressman who voted to impeach president Trump losing another GOP member who was critical of the former president able to hang on We also have an election denier winning a GOP Nevada primary for Secretary of State What does that telling you Well it's a mixed decision that South Carolina primaries were a nice way of looking at president Trump's former presidents Trump power You've got two members of Congress Nancy mace and Tom rice They were both critical of president Trump's behavior leading up to January 6th and in the wake of January 6th He sought revenge against both of them Split decision Nancy mace won the GOP nomination Tom rice's.

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02:05 min | 4 months ago

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"Would be closer to having their debt completely wiped out But progressive Democrats say they won't all student loan They want it gone This morning political founding editor John Harris talks about the dynamics at play here with this Some people and I think so far the Biden administration has sided with those people that say look the better approach is targeted debt relief People who are who are certain income levels or who have earned certain types of jobs that involve public service Don't just eliminate the depth for a lot of people who are comparatively well off why should the government be spending limited resources on people who don't aren't necessarily the most needy So it's a real division within the Democratic Party Now purely political sense or the Democrats putting out enough gifts to the electorate so that they stand a better chance of holding their ground in the midterms Student loan forgiveness is that the kind of thing that could not only make history but also motivate people to go to the polls It might be and that is the argument on the left that people say look progressives haven't gotten enough out of the Biden administration because the build back better Legislation didn't pass Of course the reason it didn't pass is that some centrist Democrats thought it went too far Those are the same people that say look eliminating all debt would go too far So that's exactly the calculation How can you keep a coalition together when you've got progressives You say it's all about turnout and you've got to give people a reason to come forward and a moderate wing that's saying wait a minute We're in trouble because the electric thinks we've gone too far too fast with their money Where is the president on this And is this issue a little difficult to navigate Well I think so I think there are sort of The White House is holding their powder dry They did have a targeted debt relief measure this week And they've held out the possibility that they will return to the subject later in the summer They're clearly kind of trying to figure out the angles precisely the questions you're asking I think those are the ones that are wrestling with and they haven't made up their mind yet Over the cofounding editor.

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WTOP

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"Schedule your free estimate today Four 11 now on WTO has President Biden's administration gone far enough in forgiving student loan debt Now a little earlier this week the education department announced plans to cancel the debt for at least 40,000 people while another 3.6 million would get closer to having their debts wiped out But progressive Democrats say that's not enough Joining us live Politico founding editor John Harris hello John Good afternoon So progressives say they want all of the student loan debt gone But there are lots of dynamics at play there are there No question And some people and I think so far the Biden administration has sided with those people that say look the better approach is targeted debt relief People who are who are at certain income levels or who have earned certain types of jobs that involve public service Don't just eliminate the debt for a lot of people who are comparatively well off why should the government be spending limited resources on people who don't aren't necessarily the most needy So it's a real division within the Democratic Party Now purely political sense or the Democrats putting out enough gifts to the electorate so that they stand a better chance of holding their ground in the midterms So student loan forgiveness is that the kind of thing that could not only make history but also motivate people to go to the polls It might be and that is the argument on the left that people say look progressives haven't gotten enough out of the Biden administration because the build back better Legislation didn't pass Of course the reason it didn't pass is that some centrist Democrats thought it went too far Those are the same people that say look eliminating all debt would go too far So that's exactly the calculation How can you keep a coalition together when you've got progressives You say it's all about turnout and you've got to give people a reason to come forward and a moderate wing that's saying wait a minute We're in trouble because the electric thinks we've gone too far too fast with their money Where is the president on this and is this issue a little difficult to navigate Well I think so I think there are sort of The White House is holding their powder dry They did have a targeted debt relief measure this week And they've held out the possibility that they will return to the subject later in the summer They're clearly kind of trying to figure out the angles precisely the questions you're asking I think those are the ones that are wrestling with and they haven't made up their mind yet John great to talk to you again Thanks much Thank you John Harris is cofounder of Politico Nationals news coming up next it's four 13 Owning.

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03:22 min | 8 months ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"On air on the WTO PF and on Alexa It's 1221 Thursday morning In a sweeping speech this week marking the one year anniversary since the capital attack January 6th Attorney general Merrick Garland pushing back on criticism the Justice Department's January 6th investigation has not been aggressive enough The Justice Department remains committed to holding all January 6th perpetrators at any level accountable under law Whether they were present that day or were otherwise criminally responsible for the assault on our democracy Political founding editor John Harris is covering Well I would characterize it as a serious careful speech that came with a very clear political context There are many Democrats who feel he's not been aggressive enough in his actions and they'd also like him to be a little bit more outspoken in his language and his rhetoric denouncing the January 6th insurrection But I would say fundamentally that's not his style He is somebody who's discreet and reflects the fact that he's a former judge So he's not going to come out quite as guns blazing as many on the left would like Well certainly critics have called for the department to prosecute not just those who breach the capitol but also some of the political actors and operatives including former president Trump who orchestrated the failed attempt on some level Can you see such prosecutions really ever taking place Well possibly And I think we have to take the attorney general of his word that he said he's going to follow where the evidence leads and that he's willing to prosecute at any level I note however that he didn't in the speech use some of the language of the words that are so often used on the left like insurrection or sedition or terrorism He seemed to be quite purposefully trying to broaden the subject away from just January 6th narrowly to voting rights threats to lawmakers and school boards He was trying to broaden the lens with the speech and he made it clear that he's not going to become kind of an amplifier for those on the left who just want the most vigorous denunciation that he could possibly deliver And he very purposefully went through a lot of the work that they've done John You know how many subpoenas How many devices were searched 20,000 videos 300,000 tips from citizens It's interesting because there are people on the left who have criticized what they think is a slow process but there are a lot of experts legal experts who say you know what when you consider the scope of this investigation it's actually moved fast which is it Well you know I'm probably a little bit sympathetic to the latter I think he did make a very serious case And he's also doing something that's responsible for somebody in his position He's not making any statements that might be considered prejudicial when these cases do go to trial because of course that would help only help the defense if they could say look this entire prosecution was biased So he's doing what a careful lawyer and somebody who's been a career on the bench would do which is to use words very carefully and not go for the most flamboyant language That's Politico thought editor John Harris talking with double digging Short and Hillary You are listening to one O 3.5 FM at dot com Hi.

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03:31 min | 8 months ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"As we come up to one year since the capital riot Attorney general Merrick Garland has pushed back today on criticism the Justice Department's January 6th investigation has not been aggressive enough that Justice Department remains committed to holding all January 6th perpetrators at any level accountable under law Whether they were present that day or were otherwise criminally responsible for the assault on our democracy Joining us live Politico founding editor John Harris and John you know the attorney general made clear that every single person would be held accountable How would you characterize this speech Well I would characterize it as a serious careful speech that came with a very clear political context as you say There are many Democrats who feel he's not been aggressive enough in his actions and they'd also like him to be a little bit more outspoken in his language and his rhetoric denouncing the January 6th insurrection But I would say fundamentally that's not his style He is somebody who's discreet and reflects the fact that he's a former judge So he's not going to come out quite as guns blazing as many on the left would like Well certainly critics have called for the department to prosecute not just those who breach the capitol but also some of the political actors and operatives including former president Trump who orchestrated the failed attempt on some level Can you see such prosecutions really ever taking place Well possibly And I think we have to take the attorney general of his word that he said he's going to follow where the evidence leads and that he's willing to prosecute at any level I note however that he didn't in this speech use some of the language of the words that are so often used on the left like insurrection or sedition or terrorism He seemed to be quite purposefully trying to broaden the subject away from just January 6th narrowly to voting rights threats to lawmakers and school boards He was trying to broaden the lens with the speech And he made it clear that he's not going to become a kind of an amplifier for those on the left who just want the most vigorous denunciation that they can that he could possibly deliver And he very purposefully went through a lot of the work that they've done John You know how many subpoenas How many devices were searched 20,000 videos 300,000 tips from citizens It's interesting because there are people on the left who have criticized what they think is a slow process but there are a lot of experts legal experts who say you know what when you consider the scope of this investigation it's actually moved fast which is it Well you know I'm probably a little bit sympathetic to a little ladder I think he did make a very serious case And he's also doing something that's responsible for somebody in his position He's not making any statements that might be considered prejudicial When these cases do go to trial because of course that would help only help the defense if they could say look this entire prosecution was biased So he's doing what a careful lawyer and somebody who spent a career on the bench would do which is to use words very carefully and not go for the most flamboyant language John always great to get your thoughts Thanks much Thank you That's John Harris founding editor of Politico he joined us on Skype 6 14 Virginia tech is a leader in innovation and technology education and research in the.

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02:43 min | 8 months ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"The phone tomorrow during what is being called a moment of crisis The two leaders will address a range of topics which will obviously include Russia's military buildup at the Ukrainian border Politico cofounder John Harris is in the context of a very tense situation Russian troops have been masking for several weeks more than a 100,000 on the border with Ukraine and there's a wide expectation that they're at least contemplating the military action which would really be a big problem would lead to significant escalation in an already tense relationship with the United States and Europe What's The White House saying about this And what the agenda will hold besides that military buildup and if possible response Well what they're trying to do is first off open the lines of communication they've effectively been shut in recent weeks because Putin's been taking a very hard line and imposing all kinds of demands for things that he wants knowing that the United States and the European allies would never go along with that So I think they're hoping that maybe Putin is looking for a way off the ledge because it's a conflict certainly the Biden administration does not want Is there anything else people should be looking for during this meeting Biden is a great believer in personal diplomacy But he and Putin do not have a long history of working together constructively I think the administration is really trying to see if they can to normalize this relationship But Putin has never really expressed a lot of interest in that in recent years with either President Biden or his two predecessors Okay let's shift gears just a little bit President Biden ordered flags to flight half staff for former Nevada senator Harry Reid and it's so interesting to hear people talk about Reed John His lackluster persona which he made up for by knowing which screws to turn on the hill right Tell us about it Well he didn't have a lackluster persona behind the scenes He was known as a tough colorful guy but he was not a politician for the media age He was not somebody that thrived doing this Sunday talk shows He was an old fashioned politician in the vote counting sense And the willingness to knock heads when he needed to I think he's also became late in his career representative of the really polarized politics that we have up on Capitol Hill Political cofounder John Harris Four 13 A deadly traffic stop in downtown Silver Spring today started when a driver began shooting at them It ended when police fired back But Shane's stolen reports from the scene which is the second shooting location linked to the crime We're a lock away There's police tape and patrol cars blocking the actual intersection where it happened Police say this whole thing started around four in the morning An off duty officer not too far from here her shooting he found a man shot and wounded on boniface street and alerted other.

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"john harris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"john harris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They got man coverage once again. Saints come out Aggressive. P. J. Williams has the As the assignment in Brock has about a half A step in that ball is just six inches too long and drunk, lays out trying to make the acrobatic catch and just can't come down with it. Bradley opinion on two points John Harris waits just inside his own 20 yard line. Million. Standing back in his old 18 waits gets the snap. Here comes the kick its end over end kick sending Davis, who was right over the 25 yard line makes the catch him immediately bounces off runs left trying to turn the corner and does across the 30 35 40 45 yard line in the 50 touchback. 45 out of the 40 35 30 out of an ankle tackle stumbles down around the 20 yard line about Deante Harris came back last week for the injury and they are happy to have him back. Big special teams play early as he bounced off the initial hit, took it down the near side line and the New Orleans Saints are gonna have it for the first time deep in Tampa Bay territory. Well beyond the hair is one return him and he gets hammered right is he catches the ball looks like into me for no gain and trying to get the number. It's Jade on Mick in. Actually, 10 May Buccaneer Return Man He's a wide receiver needs to work on the tackle on a little bit. He's a wrap up. And then after that, DeAndre Harris works to his left, and there's no contain it all gets up the sideline. And Harris is coming off. One of his best games.

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08:07 min | 1 year ago

"john harris" Discussed on Pantheon

"Brill high bonnie and just murison by hello bonnie and being from somerset meanwhile is special guest. Joan harris. welcome. John thank you for having me already one outlet. He doesn't reach the guardian. John has become one of the papers. Most respected voices his anywhere but westminster videos. Which i think at ten years old. This year are essential. Viewing john has a monkey paused. Some of you may be unaware of yes. He was once a music journalist and he also defense ministry of In the nineteen so we talked to him about that time quite possibly abouts brit relationship with brexit clips from a nineteen eighty with mccaw. They will be saying goodbye to charlie pride but as joe had each musical obsession. Start for you really it started. I can remember. It started when i was five years old when the baby and it was one of my mom's friends i must've been at work. I think she just come back to work. She puts pepper on and gave me a copy of it. And i can remember hearing within you without you. One of my first memories. I must have been four or five and as you can imagine thinking. Wow this this is quite something isn't it. You know and in my head. I thought whether this is me projecting it onto the memory after the fact that it was like mr sunny day everything was like sunshine these indian instruments. And that's glide in vocal. And she also gave me the cutouts to play with so i remember either her omi out the kabul moustache and the stripe That that was it really shouldn't spot. Tv lasted story psychoanalytic memory in its own way generating my own hallucinogen. This is the saint louis. The beatles expert in philip norman's book shout it as the memory of him in sixty seven. I mean i was born is mark. Lewis and jumping up and down with the kabul moustache clips under his nose. Which is pretty much what happened to me. Then within about a year or two years when the royal family was quite late getting a record plan but i would go down the public library we can get battles records out initially twenty five two weeks when these little cards inside them with drawings of the recold if they got scraps the librarian withdraw where the scratch wa wa firoz car insurance for an once once the whole thing started at like a bike. Quayle laid salom. You could buy. You could buy heavily scratched records by all sorts of people. The whole slips find the graph generally november these banned in the in this box williams a library. You could buy records. also i was. I was off then. And it was the beatles. I still is really. That's been with me all the time. But that's when it started. I used to have on the music right. Wise i was. I was quite with kit eight or nine years old. This beatles funds kobe. Oh monthly the ice to ride myself makeup interviews where the not in seventies beatles and pictures of them out from the music papers prince to come down and all so it was pretty. It was pretty obvious. In retrospect all that was go actually of kind of order on my parents of executive with all. I don't know about mental streak. It's also i have no. There is no extant copies of great. Hack it really. Was you went to oxford. Actually more than fee journalists They will get outed in the end may included. But i know that you. For example wait did radiohead anthology a couple of years ago. There was i think. One maybe two pigs radiohead Sublease the first music writing. You did one with that joe well. In order goat walks university. Because i'd i'd want get and image. Didn't work and then i level results were as good as they were predicted to be. I was it was suggested that i gamble. What was then called year out. It wasn't called got you. I'm applying again. So very strange era is eighteen. When i really do much but one of the things i did do during that time was all when so-called baggy manchester and all that was happening which is very exciting. Time will come up and talk about british pop in a minute. I think that point around the house what did for guitar music and so was much more exciting interested in the brick Probably was. I went to say happy mondays. Plant the famous hacienda. Where i used to go in manchester and i wrote a archetypal unsolicited review would send. It sounds magazine. Oh sounds of course with younger listeners. If there are any that was one of the g. I was one of the anyone. Listen doesn't know that there were four music weeklies in existence. At that point we were sound was one of them shown phillips who's now a commissioning editor at times you. That missed the reviews at every foam. Up when i arrived. Oxford there was bat. Review must have sat tight on a typewriter. That must've sat in a pile. Three or four months seventy found guilty. Said this is good you know. Do you want to write about stuff for us. So i ended up doing a live view then. Quite quickly moved up features by was based in oxford at that point which by an absolute stroke of luck was when this thing which they subsequently made it felt about. Anyone can play guitar a feature length documentary about the oxford music scene of the early nineties just by happenstance around and so radio had to that point called on. Friday is to my shame. Really the ed. O'brien that guitar player sent me a letter on on a friday note. Paper asked me to come and see him. And i pretty much ignored it. And i didn't actually go and see him until inside bhai. am i but they were still. They were still call at because the night so awful just so on a friday. That's going to be crap. And they were still called on a friday the late and much phillip paul. Who was doing that. Press for reopening said. Look i think he probably said look. I know the names crop. That good and i went to see the road place. Which is dan called the co op. Paul and it was the social club fed cup. I went to see on a friday. Play and i reviewed that for the melody maker suggested they change their name and they did grilling there is a parallel universe. Of course in which radiohead still cooled on the fraud and probably still playing pubs on the right gene-o right because people forget that being called radio was not the key to instant success there. I run a single salt focal. So you know what i mean. I think i think in the end the the brilliance would have been all right. Most successful groups are terrible name. John wrote for light probably older. We're yeah dance on ended up on me. Yeah i want to say that the main feature rights there and then you became editors select in. Yeah nineteen ninety five Done six six six nine hundred six. Yeah severance told you. I'm interested in the relationship between select and yet from raisins two years before you become threes. Grandma did that. Famous kaba week brought on swayed on the union. Jack memories of kind of how we go to. There's a great piece of the three pieces of featuring on behind pies's the pace one of the elites to fight accident-free inventing britpop house. When you look back how did Up how's it doing well. So the first thing that happened when he was what i made reference to a moment ago which was acid house a wall that did folk guitar music. Which isn't really the main story. The main store is electric dance music. What happened there but that was that was really the end of the eighteenth so everything is represented.

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WTOP

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"Rayna's Matt mentioned as we go through the evening, we are sitting now at 69 degrees in northwest D. C. It is 6 11. Now to the post election news. Most Republican members of Congress are supporting President Trump's attempt to contest the election results and this is happening despite election officials in most states, saying they have found no evidence of fraud. President Trump's been meeting with his advisors today to plan next steps and President elect Joe Biden. Maybe close to announcing his chief of staff, possibly before the end of the week. We'll joining us alive to talk about it all. Politico founding editor John Harris. Good to have you back, John? Thank you so much. Charlotte. Hey, what do you make of this holding pattern We're in. We have President Trump, really? Not even speaking publicly hasn't come close to us concession legal cases so far, keep getting knocked down. What's everybody waiting for here? Well, I'm looking at the two ways one is politically the other substantively. Politically. It's interesting drama. What President Trump says, and how much support Republicans give him But in the end, it's not really have that much significance. If we have confidence that the boat the votes will give a clear and uncontested majority Tio president elect by substantively where it matters is the official work of the presidential transition. I can't begin until a relatively obscure agency. The General Services Administration gives its official go ahead. That hasn't happened yet, And that means lots of work by the transition teams. That Joe Biden has ready to go. They basically are in a holding pattern means the transition's gonna be shorter. There could be a lot of problems that flow from that. Hey, John. Some people at the White House are saying privately that they don't see much of a chance here for the president to take this election in any way, shape or form. What What's going on? Why? Why are they supporting him? So steadfastly? I think there's two things going on. One is President Trump's psychology were seen from our reporting that people around trump they're realistic. They realise that there's very little chance of this being overturned through legal process. But they're trying Teo give of Ah, President Trump space to come to terms in his own way with a result that he finds really painful beyond that. I think it's politically President Trump is signal he intends to remain a major figure in American politics. And so, for that reason, character casting on on air of illegitimacy over these results. It was somehow not on the level allows him to avoid that loser tag, which would make it really hard to remain viable Politics. Despite the delay in the transition, Joe Biden is still trying to fill out his staff. And we're hearing that he might announce a chief of staff. Perhaps as early as tomorrow. Is we mentioned? What are you hearing about? Ron claim he is. Ah, name that's popping up here. Well, he's a very familiar name and some democratic circles in Washington. He's been ah, Chief of staff to Vice President Biden. Hey had ah other top job stretching back a generation. In the Clinton White House, for instance, so he's although he's not that prominent publicly, very well known ah, among Democrats on the ground in Washington, you know that that would be unexpected choice. There's some people on the left wing of the Democratic Party in particular, who hope that President Biden presently fighting with his appointments will go for more unconventional figures. More diversity in the pics. And, frankly, a more progressive mindset than some of these establishment figures who have been mentioned so far. Politico founding editor John Harris. Thank you, John. Thanks so much. Stay with us here on double d t o p. The breaking news tonight out of college Park as Corona virus claims a big football game. 6 14 help protect your family with a felt tip. Long term.

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"john harris" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"john harris" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm really coming in the Great American. A few minutes ago, our prosecutor Joe deters announce an indictment of the person involved in murder in North side, which has been unsolved for about 12 or 13 years. Joe deters. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham showing Joe How are you doing? Good, Willie. How you doing? Doing Well this afternoon. Tell me what you announced a few minutes ago. Well, we had a cold case that was solved. It was the murder of John Harris. He was a young man was in school to learn to be a plumber. And was shot three or four times exiting his car. John Harris was a good good kid who Brandon, the two predators that, um, unfortunately, um, decides his car on jury was worth more than his life. And they basically executed and for that property. I think I saw his mother on television or in the inquire recently talked about the fact that She did not want her son's life to be commemorated or his murderer not arrested. What would you say? Ah, the motive? Of course, I guess was robbery or something. Just thugs and bums in north side. Doing what they do. And I would assume those that you've caused to be indicted, have done the similar things before And after. I don't think this was a one off. Is there any indication that they were in the business of robbing people? Well, clearly These are not model citizens and They were, you know, John Harris threw the exact opposite of these two. He was working here is getting it internship to be a plumber and these guys all they were doing. John lived in North side and he was visiting a friend and Lincoln Heights and these guys in Lincoln Heights. Saw them. I followed him back to his house and ruin the eggs of the vehicle. They tried to rob him and then shot in the death. So this car took his jewelry. It's a horrible tragedy. His mother never stopped trying to find out who killed her son. And thanks a sense in a police on great efforts of them. We now know who did it, And we're going now Star turn to take care of it. You know, this reminds me of what happened to Stan Chesley and Susan the lot in which some many of us in circumstances have. Our intent is up looking around little bit looking this person looking at that person. But one thing we don't think about is someone who targets an individual for robbery and murder based upon going out to eat somewhere, be somewhere than someone follows. And Stan Chesley case someone followed them home from Ken would in this case from Lincoln Heights, and so As someone in the business the last 30 or 40 years. I know we have to be have her head on a swivel quite a few times. But one thing we're not aware of is being followed, and nobody's going to take a different path home because what the hell you gotta live your life, man, You can't be scared to death and there's nothing Harris could have done in this circumstance. Now I know This happened. Melanie Bates husband, same kind of thing. They saw him drive up and Avondale with a nice car. And and and rob him and then shot him, You know? These are these are predators and people don't understand that. This is a type of offender we're dealing with. Oh, and you know, without naming names. There are people in the progressive political movement that think a no bail should ever be separate these guys. They should be Adam Bond right now. Right now. And no matter your evidence, nothing like that. They never stick to that pounding. I mean your deal with True predators and you're right, Stan. Ensues and were followed. I'm told, you know when we go to training and stuff I'm told constantly, look, be aware of your environment that you're in and who's around you What's going on? Just pay attention. Unfortunately, that's the world we live in today that you've got to worry about somebody following you home and shoot over some. You know, some jewelry. It doesn't mean anything in a car didn't mean anything. And they just did it because they wanted his stuff. You know, Joe, I spoke to another homicide investigator and CPD. About two years ago, when Kenya Town Centre was active and alive. We've got the holiday season Christmas is coming up. Who knows what it's gonna look like in this climate? But he said the Predators walk around the canvas town center, and they look a TTE the upscale stores. They kind of kind of went into the crowd a little bit, and they look for women, especially the kind of clothes that they wear the shoes that they wanted the handbags that they carry. Then they followed them out to the car. And many, many men and women that come out of the kennel with town centre anymore is completely not paying attention to the fact that they have been identified by predators as possible prey. And so what? The Christmas season coming. I think it be wise for all of us men and women to understand to get your head on the swivel now and then in circumstances and be careful where you are and what people are doing. And if you walk out of the door and you take a few steps out and Kind of look around Two or three guys were following you. You might want to go back inside the store and go back out. Take take remedies. I think about Melanie Bates, who was on the school board for a long time. Stan Chesley, Susan, a lot of federal judge. And John Harris, this living their life and they didn't know they were prayed. There was somebody on a ledge watching them and I don't know how we can live our lives any better, but But, Joe, we gotta run. We'll see what happens with. Are you confident? You got strong evidence in this case on DH, or we wouldn't have thought of indictment. You know, I don't know if you remember this bill, but about 567 years ago. We had a crew of three people that were a casino's robbing people when they went home and made that this is happening all the time. And you've got to be aware of your environment and what's around you if someone's following you, you know, if you have sent someone fun, you find the nearest police station pulling well, like the hard rock. It was Jack and that they would hang around the casino. Look at a big win. The guy goes, cashes out there 2050 yards away. They kind of follow him into the parking garage that he pulls out. They get behind him and follow him home, and it's like almost a given. It's almost a layup for the predator, because you know, the guy has lots of cash. And way. Got a retired police officer. Thanks for the good work, Keith. Drop E God rest her soul and Shaun Donovan. We had an undercover officer. They're all you know, wired up. And And these guys targeted this. A gentleman who was holding a large amount of cash. And I think he may have you famous. You can put him in a walker. But they said, You know, we've got an easy one here and followed him to a safe house of the Sheriff's office had.

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"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

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05:26 min | 2 years ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"Feel good. Sure, 24 hours later. I was feeling great. I want to get out of the hospital. And that's what I want for everybody. I want everybody To be given the same treatment as your president. Because I feel great. I feel like perfect. So I think this was a blessing from God that I caught it. This was a blessing in disguise. I caught it. I heard about this drug. I said, Let me take it. It was my suggestion. I said, Let me take it. And it was incredible the way it worked Incredible President in the Oval Office today was briefed on Hurricane Delta, which is forecast to hit the Louisiana coast around Friday. Is it too soon for the president to be back in the West Wing politicos? Founding editor John Harris tells w t o p it just maybe, oftentimes the symptoms get worse after initially getting better. So President Trump is making a bad that he's not one of those people and that he's going to continue on a steady, inclined back to good health. But we really don't know that in his case, it just doesn't matter. He's determined to project an image of back to business. And I think that's his own temperament as well. Which is you just have Tio sort of brush things off and project the image that you want. Politico founding editor John Harris. It's 7 33 President Trump sending mixed signals on negotiating an economic stimulus package. But the White House now says it's not closing the door to a deal. W GOP's Mitchell Miller's on Capitol Hill, We'll see what they put on the table and anything is possible. The president's top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, talking about what congressional Democrats might offer up Now that President Trump has reversed himself after saying negotiations were finished after the markets fell Tuesday, the president later tweeted that he'd be willing to consider bills that would provide stimulus checks to Americans or assistance to the airlines. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has reacted coolly with her office, noting that Democrats tried unsuccessfully to advance airline legislation last week, and it's still appears there's little chance of a relief measure getting past before Election Day. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T o the news coverage and analysis of the vice presidential debate. 103.5 FM and w t o p dot com. Never miss a moment, we'll Salt Lake City is the venue for tonight's loan. Vice presidential debate, Vice President Mike Pence the Democratic challenger, Senator Kamala Harris Square off in a contest that takes on added significance because of the age and health status of the men at the top of the ticket. Pence has the job of defending President Trump's handle. Of the pandemic. Kamala Harris has a different and perhaps even more difficult, according to some observers job it's an interesting variable to deal with. Let's hear from CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn. It's also harder for Senator Harris because as a woman of color She will have to face all sorts of unconscious attitudes and prejudice is a man who's strong in a debate inspires confidence. A woman is perceived as aggressive. A white male candidate who gets passionate about an issue can be seen is righteously indignant. A black female candidate gets hit with the angry black woman trope, so in many ways, Kamala Harris faces two opponents tonight, Mike Pence. And racial, gender prejudice. What about the next presidential debates? Joe Biden says he and President Trump should not do it as long as the president is still positive for Corona virus. The Democratic candidate says he's looking forward to debating but wants to follow very strict guidelines. The second debate is set for Thursday. October 15th. The third one is set for a week later October 22nd. Biden's campaign says he continues to test negative for Govan 19 to Isis fighters appeared in Alexandria, Virginia court this afternoon Federal court To face charges related to the deaths of four American citizens beheadings that were shown on camera in this week's edition of the hunt. With w. T. O p National security correspondent J. J Green We hear from G. Zachary Terwilliger, U. S attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia and the crimes he says these men committed and the victim Alexandra Cho Tae and L. Chevy El Sheikh. They were known as Isis is jailers known for meeting out justice. Two hostages Now they're facing justice in the US, These alleged terrorists both grew up in the United Kingdom, where they became radicalized. Their role within the Isis terrorist organization was that of being part of a brutal hostage taking scheme. By which American, European and Asian citizens were taken hostage or approximately 2012 to 2015. Zach Terwilliger, U. S attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia says they were engaged in a range of activities against a broad range of people. Their alleged criminal acts include conspiring to commit hostage taking, resulting in death. And conspiring to murder American citizens. James Foley, Kayla Mueller, Stephen Saw off and Peter Kassig. These two were a part of a group of the hostages called the Beatles because of their British accents, But there was nothing musical or enjoyable about what this group did as part of the conspiracy, their vicious acts and those of coconspirators, Mohammed Emwazi and CC one are alleged to include the following Forced witnessing of murders. Mock executions shocks by electric Taser. Beatings amongst other brutal acts there. Other alleged crimes included rape and, of course, the most shocking of all beheadings..

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"john harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

"john harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"For just nine months. I've made some changes to the department. I've worked on transplants. The full council will vote on it. October 12th. You can read more about what civilians would have to Dio and who all supports the proposal and who's against it at wnbc dot com. Country music legend Mac Davis has died on a cold and Gray Chicago morning, Davis wrote numerous top hits, including Elvis Presley's In the Ghetto Like You're Hearing Right there. He also charted dozens of his own hits in the seventies and eighties. Was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2000. Helen Reddy also died Tuesday. She was known for writing the song I Am Woman. Both Ready, and Davis were 78. Can I just say John Harris? Yes, you know who's not going to be OK this morning. Ooh. Chris Davis yes, news director at 93. W. II be see. This is his music. ISS like this is like the guy will sit down in front of his camera on Facebook, and he'll do basically and Arlo Guthrie retrospective. Hey, it's it's where he lives in braised. We should. We should really someone grab a camera. Someone get him a guitar and just let him go toe work pouring out because this is the kind of stuff that just What is going to just crack him in to be very gentle. We will because Davis today if you would we will be. He'll be in in about an hour and a half. But I want in this newscast with something that I think, make make everybody laugh. You know, it can't be easy to teach apparent how to talk. Got to use your words carefully, though a British zoo found that out the hard way they had to remove five parents. Because they were swearing in front of visitors. The birds were taken in by different owners at the same time, and apparently those honors taught each of them. Their favorite curse words so the parents will go back on display when they clean up their language. Also Taught by Chris Davis story. Yeah, I don't know about that. But I just throw in the news director under the bus. I'm Tony Katz. You build him up, and then you tear him down. That's you know what And isn't that everything? I guess so go back to work on Sean Herrick on the level on the going on Twitter at 93. W. E. B. C and W II be si dot com 7 35 traffic.

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Trump's Loyal Wing Man Pence Gives RNC Speech On Wednesday

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

Trump's Loyal Wing Man Pence Gives RNC Speech On Wednesday

"The Republican National Convention enters Day three and tonight The list of speakers will include more Trump family, White House staff and vice President Mike Pence, who will be the headliner? The veep won't be speaking from the White House. Instead, he'll be at Baltimore's historic Fort McHenry. Let's dive a little deeper on who's up there talking points and how the convention is faring with Politico co founder John Harris High you, John Good afternoon. So let's start with Mike Pence. Any idea why he chose Fort McHenry for his speech and what theme he will be addressing Well, it certainly is. Ah, majestic setting. If you've ever been up there in Baltimore, the theme he's going to be stretching is like the others. Donald Trump's Competence in leadership. It's really the the rebuttal to the indictment the Democrats made so persistently against him a week ago. Ah Ah, and then also when a vice president speaks to a convention like this, obviously, in most instances, they're also looking to the future. Might he be the one accepting the Republican nomination four years ago? And so certainly that is on his mind. Outgoing adviser Kellyanne Conway speaks tonight, John She has been a steadfast ally and important voice for the president, any idea what she'll be touching on as she winds down her tenure? Yeah, I think that she is going to be part of the reassurance campaign. This convention. Hillary so far has been one mobilisation. Getting the Republican base worked up. Primarily, they're doing that with indictments. Ah, warning that Joe Biden would be a terrible leader and then also it's about reassurance. People who think that President Trump is too this or too volatile. Ah, they're looking for voices to say. He's actually steady year or more empathetic presence. Then he's portrayed in the media. And I am guessing Kellyanne Conway will do a little of both those but more on the reassurance. So we saw the other day the Nielsen ratings for the first night. We're down for the Republicans. The Democrats had more people that particular night. Is there any way to know what this point whether the convention is striking a tone and message that's resonating positively with Americans? It's really hard in this environment, Hillary. The thing we always look to from a convention is what the bounce usually you can see, Uh, parties and their nominees go up in the polls immediately following Conventions. I think this year is a little different for a couple of reasons. One. The country's already so divided how many people are really being moved by these events, and then also, as we've seen, the ratings are down. This isn't a real convention essentially to three hours a night of political programming, and I think it's unlikely that's going to have a big echo as measured in public opinion polls. All right, John, as always good talking to you. Thanks so much. 00 That's politico co founder John Harris. Let's

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"john harris" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTVN

"We get in Cleveland where the downtown curfew is now under way started at noon at last until eight o'clock Monday morning this also includes a parking ban anyone downtown during that time the subject to arrest downtown Cleveland residents are urged to stay in place as well Cincinnati has extended its curfew expanding it from the urban core to the entire city now of Cincinnati and beginning an hour earlier tonight at nine PM a police officer escaped injury in Cincinnati when his helmet was struck by a bullet during a protest while in Columbus a fire considered suspicious destroyed a nearly completed apartment building this is about the third day of protests in Ohio over the Minneapolis death of George Floyd in Cincinnati that officer was working to disperse a crowd near the university early Sunday when several shots rang out in Columbus the city is under curfew again tonight the Ohio National Guard called in to help the highway patrol and police to enforce laws in Columbus as the mayor of the city and the Cleveland both the Catamounts to curfews after damage to businesses in the protests over the death of George Floyd governor might want to the vast majority of protesters simply want to be heard but the voice is calling for justice the voices calling for change or sadly being drowned out by a smaller group of violent individuals these violent individuals threaten the safety of our citizens of the community the head of the Ohio National Guard says one of the challenges he faced in the organization's covert nineteen efforts was battling misinformation about guard member roles Major General John Harris is the adage in general of the state guard he says as soon as the guard was deployed here rumors flew about the imposition of martial law the National Guard is not coming in to take over and the National Guard is not coming in to impose martial law I'm sandy Collins filling your.

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"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"News traffic and weather keeping you informed twenty four seven three sixty five president trump is threatening to pull federal funding from Michigan and Nevada because he doesn't like their decisions recently over absentee or mail in ballots founder John Harris tells us this morning in the case of Michigan where Mr trump holds the governor with low esteem the president should read the situation wrong saying the state was sending out mail in ballots when it actually was not doing well he sent out a tweet that he later deleted as inaccurate accusing Michigan officials of trying to abet fraud by sending bill by mail ballots out to citizens there in fact what the US secretary of state did she's a Democrat is the same thing secretaries of state in many other states Republicans as well have sent out ballots for absentee applications for absentee voting on the expectations will be hard for a lot of people to vote in person come November so there was nothing unusual about what Michigan did but president trump teed off on it is it within the realm of presidential power to withhold funds from states like that no it's not clear that it is also very murky and White House officials haven't done much to clarify things what funds he's talking about is this all funds under the cares act for relief to state is that money just for US support with voting procedures he was unclear about that and it's also unclear what authority he would have seemed like he was making noise without a real clear theory of what he's trying to accomplish and several conservative states have apparently done similar things to Michigan has the president even talked about that no it's curious that he's attacking them officials in in two states that he's got very competitive elections and also we want after Nevada Nevada I'm not sure if you realize this they have a Republican secretary of state although it's been a democratic trending in that state in recent elections but as you point out of West Virginia solidly Republican Georgia.

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"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"With the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U. S. topping four hundred and twenty three thousand president trump says work is underway to find new treatments and drugs are now in clinical trials in my administration is taking the unprecedented actions to make new therapies and treatments available without delay he also said the CDC is about to release new guidance for safely bringing critical infrastructure employees back to work CBS has been Tracy this would be for people who are essential workers so these are health care workers pharmacy workers food supply workers and this would be people who have been exposed to somebody with corona virus but that person themselves is a symptomatic does not have any symptoms of it or has recovered from it treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin told congressional Democrats that direct deposits to Americans will begin next week under the two trillion dollar virus aid package CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter now to the big political news of the day the race for the democratic presidential nomination is effectively over Bernie Sanders has suspended his campaign in an online message today he acknowledged that he does not have the delegates to win the democratic nomination Sanders promises to support the probable nominee former vice president Joe Biden in the fall together standing United we will go forward to defeat Donald Trump the most dangerous president in modern American history and the Vermont senator does say however that he will stay in future races to collect delegates an insurer progressive policies are part of the democratic platform we're going to talk more about this Sanders departure from the race with politico's founding editor John Harris that's coming up at about six forty six thirty three meantime Virginia's June ninth primary will be postponed to June twenty third because of the corona virus pandemic governor Ralph Northam says he's also recommending may's local elections be moved to November Northam says in personal life since would put both voters and election workers at risk and really no options were ideal now in addition today the governor has directed the ABC to let restaurants sell mixed beverages through take out and delivery affected tomorrow right now they're only allowed to sell beer and wine in takeout he also tells reporters the Commonwealth continues to hunt down personal protective gear for medical workers but he says the market is chaotic and difficult due to a lack of federal direction and that's prompted another urgent call from local members of Congress who tell FEMA the Washington area can't afford to wait any longer for but I'm for medical equipment to deal with the virus WTOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill I think the money is struggling frankly to meet the challenge at hand Virginia congressman Gerry Connolly one of a dozen house and Senate members from the Commonwealth Maryland and DC who have signed a letter to the FEMA administrator they point to a predicted surgeon covert nineteen cases and say that has the potential to affect the entire Washington area sadly and tragically that means more infections and more death Connelly is a member of the house oversight committee which found that FEMA only distributed a small percentage of the equipment that had been requested by the states and the district lawmakers tell the agency that's left the region with massive shortfalls of still needed medical supplies on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news up next to you amazing story of how a lost bird made it home the bird landed on my here I'm Michelle Bassett six thirty four government professionals know their security risks and status quo is not an option in response federal agencies are focusing on modernization options that enable advanced.

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WTOP

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"john harris" Discussed on WTOP

"Pandemic threatening to overwhelm hospitals and other treatment centers joining us to talk about this John Harris founding editor of politico good to have you back John thanks so much good afternoon they say when it comes to something as massive and as deadly as this pandemic you gotta throw everything you have added do you see president trump doing that right now well I do see Washington collectively doing that including Republicans Democrats up on Capitol Hill almost never get along moving with real speed you mention this measure passed today but they're already at work on a so called phase three which is designed to put the even more money back in this economy which currently is is cratering not Joe Biden swept primaries yesterday and he's well on his way to gathering the delegates to clinch the democratic nomination in light of the pandemic of the world is facing does the former vice president look like a strong and stable candidate who could handle this threat well totally he is projecting the trying to project a very presidential aura and the fact that he's running away with this democratic nominating contest is allowing him to do that he doesn't have to speak in partisan terms or in in competitive terms with other Democrats anymore you can really offer himself as a sort of alternative model of leadership to the country and what about Bernie Sanders he he's now been soundly defeated in a string of primaries a what's his role going forward what do you see happening here well he is not a sent up the white flag but he does seem to have that white flag nearby his campaign manager today indicated that they're they're putting the campaign on hold in he's assessing his options Bernie Sanders has said he wants to keep fighting for is progressive ideas even if he doesn't necessarily wage a full on nominating fight in the middle of this a pandemic and he's also saying that he's trying to be a constructive voice in the middle of a crisis now there were also they were supposed to be for primaries yesterday but Ohio canceled its primary going forward do you have any indication on whether more primaries might be canceled and though it's quite a ways off perhaps the general election well I think it's likely that more primaries do get canceled we got a bit of a reprieve the next one's not for three weeks but it wouldn't surprise me to see those states as a matter of public health decide to push those back and then I think coming up pretty soon the Congress have to deal with the question of what if this pandemic is still very much with us in the fall what are the mechanisms necessary to make sure that there's absentee voting and ways for people to vote safely we've never missed an election before not in World War two not in the civil war and and I think there's a consensus that we shouldn't miss this one but some steps may have to be taken if people cannot even come November can't convene in large groups all right John thanks so much and stay healthy thank you so much you too John Harris founding editor of politico coming up on W. T. O. P. there are some sports developments to fill you in on we'll do that next five fourteen at.

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North Carolina Republican's son says warned father about operative's past

All Things Considered

03:34 min | 3 years ago

North Carolina Republican's son says warned father about operative's past

"North Carolina State board of elections. Just finished a three of a public hearing that it's trying to get to the bottom of what happened in the states ninth congressional district last year the outcome of that race still hasn't been called state. Election officials accuse a political operative named McRae. Dallas of running an illegal scheme to collect absentee ballots. He was working for the Republican candidate Mark Harris in what was very tight race NPR's miles parks has been at all three days of this hearing, and he joins us now. Hi miles. So understand today's session revealed tensions within Harris's family over the decision to hire. Dallas. What happened? Yeah. We heard some pretty compelling testimony from Harris's son, John Harris, who's actually an assistant US attorney in North Carolina. He testified that he had looked at previous election results from two thousand sixteen and noticed a disturbing pattern of results based on somebody who is hiring this political operative this McRae. Dallas basically he saw public records. That indicated ballots were being returned for this candidate in batches leading him to. Believe that somebody in bladen county where this investigation is centered somebody there was collecting ballots, which is a legal. So then his father in two thousand seventeen comes in and says he's thinking about hiring McRae, Dallas. And he really has an issue with that investigators show an Email where he even forwarded the North Carolina statute that said collecting ballots is a legal North Carolina to his father. What have we learned about this scheme that investigators say Dallas was running? So for the past three days. Former employees of Dallas described how they collected ballots and one employee even said she filled in multiple ballots down ballot races, which is a legal North Carolina. Again, it's illegal even just to collect ballots, North Carolina. They also described how they were instructed different ways to make sure that state and local officials. I didn't get any red flags about the operation, and the consultant who paid Dallas his name's Andy Yates, he said a number of times that he didn't have any warning signs about Dallas. That's even though the state investigated, Dallas and. Thousand sixteen and there were a number of. News reports about that investigation. Harris said that he knew of no illegal activity on behalf of his campaign. So what does today's testimony mean in light of that? Well, he can't really say anymore that he was not warned. Here's how his son John Harris put it I raised red flags at the time. The decision was made to hires Dallas. That's what I did. But he also says he thinks McRae. Dallas lied to his father about what he was doing to get out the votes. Andy Yates, testified that doubts that he was only registering people that he wasn't collecting ballots. John Harris says that he thinks his parents believe McRae Dallas, and he did not. He says also added at the end of his testimony that his father did things in his campaign differently than he would have these hearings were initially scheduled to just last two days. This was three that just wrapped up in. It seems like there's more left to uncover. How long do you think this is gonna last and how long before voters in the ninth district has a member of congress to represent them? So at this point if definitely looks that this could like this could last the the rest of the week if not longer we still haven't heard from Mark Harris, he's set to testify tomorrow morning. And his campaign says he is very ready and eager to do that. If the state board they're going to vote at the end of this hearing, whether or not to hold a new election order certify, Harris, if they decide to hold a new election that process could take months North Carolina ninth district voters in North Carolina's ninth district could be looking at not having representation in the house until late summer early. Fall at the

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