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"jose diaz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Says the process of identifying those killed is becoming harder as the search goes on, and crews are recovering remains. This step in the recovery process. We must rely heavily on the work of the medical examiner's office. They're undertaking technical and scientific processes to identify the human remains. Officials over the weekend announced they'd identified three Children killed in the collapse Nearly three weeks ago. There were 56 and nine years old search teams have also found personal items that will be returned to family members. Miami Dade County commissioner has been helping with the response to the collapse, says he and his chief of staff have tested positive for Covid 19. Despite being vaccinated, Jose Diaz said yesterday they began having flu like symptoms earlier in the day and later tested positive. The two officials are now isolating staff members they worked closely with are also getting tested. And former Nickelodeon star actor Drake Bell has been sentenced in Ohio to two years probation on a child endangerment case involving a 15 year old girl. Belle was 34. He admitted to sending the girls sexual messages. His lawyer denied allegations of any sex acts with the girl. Belle wasn't charged with sex assault and was sentenced for felony attempted child in danger. And disseminating matter harmful to juveniles. He could have gotten two years in prison. Let's check a crash in south L. A. On the 1 10 north beyond at Exposition cleanup crews from an earlier crash taking up the three left lanes. Your drive is starting to stack up right around, Vernon. And in Corona. We have worked on this on the 15. Northbound from Ontario to Magnolia Avenue. The right lane That's going to be shut down for roadwork until five a.m.. You're seeing delays in that area. San Bernardino, This is on the 2 10 eastbound right before del Rosa Little Fender Bender. There That's in the left lane. You drive a stop and go from Waterman KF eye in the sky helps get you there faster! I'm Brian vans Very slow. Cool down this week next History. Have you tried audible Whatever your summer is shaping up to be streaming audible can heighten the experience returning to the daily commute. Turn it into a time for inspiration, laughter and discovery with audible. It delivers everything you love listening to all in one app. Stream bestsellers, new releases guided meditations, exclusive originals, podcasts, sleep tracks and so much more, download the audible app and start a free 30 Day trial.

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"jose diaz" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Includes him instead with Stephen Foster Walt Whitman Carl Sandburg as a quote. Great. American minstrel. Someone who has caught and immortalized in his songs we say what we think about. And what we believe composer George? Gershwin called him the greatest songwriter that has. Ever lived and composer Jerome conned concluded that Irving Berlin has no place in American history in American. Music. He is. American. Music. Irving Berlin has no place in American music he is. American music. How. About that? About that. How about Joe, Biden? Can't even remember the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the United States of America. One Nation. Into his launder God, for Real. For. Real. Come on man. So, how about this Joe Biden's Spokesman. was on I think CNN last weekend. In they said look. Is, Joe Biden Using a teleprompter during interviews in other words. Are you giving him the answers to the questions And he wouldn't answer the question because he can't because the answer is yes. It's embarrassing. Well. Here's an interview. Where he's talking to Jose Diaz Balart with Telemundo. And he says, he will freeze deportations no more deportations. and. Then he pauses. and. He tells someone off camera now look. Jose is to his right. So Joe Biden looks to his right when he talks to this guy. And then he looks to the left while he interests a question. and. To the left when you see the photo pulled back. There's a teleprompter. So. Basically, this is just acting. Jose Diaz Balart asked him a question. Joe Biden turns and reads the teleprompter where they've handed him the answer. As if it is his answer and then looks back at the guy like, okay. Next question, how do I do that I read it okay. So. They must. He was having trouble reading the teleprompter as to what he should be saying so listen carefully. He says he'll freeze deportations wants becoming president. And then he tells someone off camera. I lost that line. Now, if you've never read a teleprompter, it's not as easy as it looks they scroll it down and a person has to the US used to use a foot pedal I I've used them to give speeches and I don't know when they when when you when they do the foot pedal, it depends on how fast they're moving it. So, depending on how big the script is and how big the screen is. Sometimes, it'll move too fast and you lose part of the line. So he says to the person offscreen I lost that line. We'll. Telemundo. Jose. Diaz Balart then tells him. We can talk you and I on that in other words don't worry. I'll help you answer the question. Listen carefully. They're going to be no deportations in the first one, hundred days of my campaign, I get that right? You are going to freeze deportations, freeze deportations for the first hundred days, and the only people will be deported are people who committed a felony while here that's number one. Okay, I lost But that's because we talked to you and I on that. Okay. I'll. Think about things you are more than. Did you hear that because Jose Diaz Balart asked him a follow up. He lost the screen were they told him what to say? I lost that they're recording this in bits so you won't know that's happening. They are lying to America again. India sir. A. The Michael Berry show. Simple. Sixty two years ago today. Joan Marie Larkin was born near Philadelphia Pennsylvania raised in Rockville Maryland. After, joining the music scene as the guitarist for the all girl punk band, the runaways..

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"jose diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I feel that also, political media doesn't understand it. On. This is where I get on my foot through media soapbox, And you know this, Brian because Maria has said this in the past is that is that because political media is so white in affluent and privilege They're not seeing the connections as to why you see these communities more severely impacted because of the essential workers because of immigrant communities that are literally Keeping us fed and the economic keeping our economy, you know, at least buzzing. What's missing, I think would buy it in Harris is sort of this public reckoning. Of that, And also I have to say, even though immigration might not be a top issue right now. Understanding Trump's policies are impacting the community. It just is really hard. And I know the biting campaign get bristles when I say this, but as a political journalist I don't think there has been a public reckoning of the Obama deportation. Strategy of which Joe Biden is part of the administration. Yes, he apologized in Nevada with Jorge Ramos during the primary. And admitted that you know things you know, And he also told Jose Diaz Balart of NBC News and Telemundo this week in Florida that you know not enough was done at the beginning, but I, but I see someone like Julian Castro, who was also Part of that administration, admitting That he has evolved and realizing that that was a mistake. I think biting Harris, in the end has to really come to terms and offer this sort of very public. Moment. That just says Yeah. Democrats. We kind of lead the foundation for this Trump policy. And Yeah, this is awful. And Wow, This is a poor in and we see these connections and that I think it's tied to sort issues of social justice. Economic justice that That to me, Brian. Is a moment for the campaign, I think to maybe awaken sort of that realization and Latino community and I think that would also be something that I don't understand, like, just do it and because I think people will vote for biting Harris. And and feel like, okay, at least there listening, and we can move on. It's just too easy to just blame everything on Trump. Let's take another call David in Long Island City, you're on WNBC. Hi, David. Thank you for calling. Hey, Good morning, Brian. Thanks so much. You're showing and also Latino. I just wanted it really highlight this. Disconnect this in the Puerto Rican community from the broader issue of immigration, as he rightly pointed out, we are ultimately citizens. So Trump's rhetoric doesn't really offend a society that if you look at the comments thread on the island most important newspaper as it'll be to call the new day, it's very right Wing. It's very family values and tripped the evangelical church. So when I'm listening to your desk, talking about the reckoning or the acknowledgement that the biting harriscampaign needs to do I frankly think that this is an element of our committee that's already lost to us. We're very disconnected from the issue of black lives matter. It cuts to the racial, the racism and the colorism in our culture. It also, frankly speaks to our macho culture. Everything that biting does, which might be seen as an overture. Even an acknowledgement of what's gone wrong is really not very masculine and right, so trump with all his bravado and all of his vulgar behavior. That actually speaks very viscerally to elements of Latino culture, which provide air quotes, security and stability for for us, So whatever the biting harriscampaign does, frankly, will seem very hollow. We've got Ricky Martin out there who might personally love But again, he is gay Male. So this really for like, you know what guys like It really proved the point that the most Vulgar element of that common thread on the on the newspaper's website. It just shows this is where the Democratic Party has headed. This also shows where the cut pretty island is headed in the hands of these people. So long story short, I just feel sort of like I think it's a lost cause right. So wherever we can just, you know, rally debased as the right wing does among Latinos. I think that's really very important. And lastly, I will say a pretty comparison myself feel very overlooked. And, um Not considered in what the broader Democratic Party is doing, but I would understand that I think they take our votes Grant so little personality. That's what would make you feel not overlooked. What specifically, could they do to make you more enthusiastic? When I look at, for instance, the most important platform in Spanish television that is accessible to everyone, not on people news, which will be soon and Telemundo. I do not understand why Joe Biden has not sat down yet withholding Randall's for Toronto. That is the daily That's the weekly morning show at 11 AM are 10 A.m. Money Division? That's serious discussion of politics and news. I believe on Spanish public television. And he's not there, and every time they bring Latinos for Trump on board, they stick to their message. They're very aggressive. They're very forceful. And then we've got apologists who bring all sorts of horror stories, which are true about what's happening at the border. The border is not the issue for people like myself. People from the curb people where Puerto Rican and were huge voting bloc, especially in places like Florida. They're just absent, and they think they're afraid to have that discussion with a journalist like him. To talk about these issues because again they would feel exposed because of their record on immigration. Thank you for your call. David. See, Julio invited people to be political analysts and they're being political analysts. You the two guests that you had these collars, eh? They touch upon on so many issues. I will say David's points about you know when you look at the Latinos for Trump Ah base, right. I know I will be very honest. It's whiter. Like more affluent, um more conservative. It's not reflective. I think of Sort of, you know, Afro Latinos or or indigenous as much as David mentioned gender, more mail to Elsa and your captain, and this is the 0.1 of the things. So I'm hoping my Washington post piece comes on. And you know, later today or tomorrow, but one of the things That Democrats try to do with Trump in Florida is to make him this collegial. Right, this leader of this auto crime And what and it backfired. Because there's a lot of people that come from Latin American countries who feel offended that that's the way they're portraying this and the male nous of the Trump campaign. It's very macho. And that has appeal with AA lot of Latino supporters, mostly men who might be you know, white Latino men or might be, you know. There. You know, there might be people who aren't white Latinos who are trying to who are saying that American success is based on white supremacy on David is absolutely right. Our community is our worst own enemy. We are not making the connections between immigration and black lives matter. Um consistently. There is anti blackness. There is racism in our community and The Trump campaign. Is very effective. Like I said in getting the voters that they need to get and it's mostly male. They're mostly you know, it's anti black. They're whiter there more affluent..

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Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence

AP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence

"President Trump's longtime political Roger Stone won't be going to federal prison after all, Trump commuting his 40 must sentence for lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election. Stone told the AP. Trump called him to deliver the news. White House press secretary Kaylie Mechanism says Stone is the victim of the Russia hoax created by the left and its allies in the media. Trump In an interview with Jose Diaz Balart, Noticias Telemundo says he is planning an executive order concerning immigration and Daka that's people brought to this country by their parents. When they were Children. They gave the president tremendous powers when they Said that you could take in in this case 700,000 or so people so they gave powers based on the powers that they gave. I'm going to be doing an immigration bill one of the aspects of the bill that you'll be very happy with that A lot of people will be including me and a lot of Republicans, by the way. We'll be docking will give them a road to citizenship, also says his administration is winning the war over the Corona virus

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"jose diaz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A remembrance now of a Florida law enforcement officer who died of coping nineteen this April surgeon who say dheas Ayala was with the Palm Beach county sheriff's office he leaves behind three young daughters all under the age of fifteen the girls say they remember sergeant a whole lot as someone who could always make them laugh here's his ten year old daughter Gianna funny nice and I get my catchphrases Fuhrman AV conversation sincere way out of it I L. as seven year old daughter Bianca says her father took her on adventures like going on rides at the carnival I think he really scary I think Saturn or is the next I only think court here in Britain Q. cans because it is considered he was a strong guy the girls always looked for him for security Chris del pianeta is the mother of Iowa's three daughters the couple had divorced but remained friends he was extremely protective of the girls like when it came to boys one time I also found out that his eldest daughter lay Lani had been sharing gummy bears with a boy named Michael at school and he's like no no no no no you don't share it anything special you're gummy bears with Michael you only share your gummy bears with your doctor and that's it you need that says that even after the pandemic got worse Ayala was working overtime at the sheriff's office despite the risks to earn some extra spending money he had promised the girls some trips over the summer and our daughters can Sanya this was cut was good it's coming up on and I was a big deal especially for a father and for his daughter and now he was working a lot for that as well but before that could happen sergeant Jose Diaz Ayala contracted the corona virus and died on April fourth he was thirty eight I always daughters lost their provider their protector and a fourteen year old lay Lani says they lost their best friend to talk to you like you were the same age as you like you were equal remembrances of front line workers are at NPR dot org you can cement remembrances of your own there as well you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news your listing on KQED public radio coming up on All Things Considered in the next few minutes why Facebook groups may be ripe targets for people who want to spread misleading wrong dangerous information that story is coming up let's go to the roads it's the Manish a bridge.

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"jose diaz" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"There's good news tonight about a young man who went above and beyond and the community who met him there. Is NBC. Nightly News with Jose Diaz Balart. Good evening if America has been a tinderbox these past few weeks, there is now another match. There are protests in the streets of Atlanta tonight after police, their shot, and killed the black man outside a fast food drive through on Friday the story is. Rapidly tonight, the police chief stepped down, and the mayor wants the officer who killed the man to be fired, and we're learning more about the shooting thirty say. The man took an officer's Taser and aimed it at them. All this comes. Protesters marched to demand change not just in America, but across the world. We have coverage of all of this tonight here and abroad and we begin with their McLaughlin. Tonight growing outrage and new questions over the death ray sharp brooks. I do not believe that this was a justified use of deadly force Atlanta Mayor Kisha bottoms. Announcing the Atlanta police chief will resign chief shields has offered to immediately step aside as police chief so that the city may move forward with. In rebuilding the trust, so desperately needed throughout our communities. On Friday police shot and killed the twenty-seven-year-old eyewitness footage shows the moment police tangle him to the ground. We say they had been called to a Wendy's in Atlanta because brooks was blocking traffic. He'd Fallen Asleep in his car at the drive thru. FICIALS say after failing a sobriety test. Officers attempted to arrest Brooks when they went to effect on the rest on the individual struggle ensued between the parties. You see what appears to be Brooks grabbing an officer's Taser Gun..

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"jose diaz" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Thirty years. From all over come for the best cuts and conversation bat time. He's gray barber as far as coming here. Is An excellent community business was booming, but then came the pandemic when covert hit. I was frustrated because my landlord was asking for the money I didn't know where help was gonNA. Come from. I have to be honest. I lost faith causing their doors for almost two months because they were deemed non-essential. Woods is now getting back on his feet with fewer customers, reality of our business is does more than just cut here. I mean we've been a hub for people's lives. He worried he wouldn't be able to make the rents or pay his staff. Many of whom are former felons woods, giving them their first job out of prison when he offered me a job at WHO's now is I was a little surprised, so it kind of gave me a little bit of his racing, then amid a pile of unpaid bills, a message of hope, your acceptance of all people and your overwhelming personal tragedy. Make you the person I. Want my stimulus check to go to. Sue Keyser retired schoolteacher. Read about woods in the local paper when I got my check from the government. I knew that I did not need it. My income had not changed at all, and I wanted to give it to someone. He was looking for miracle. I wanted to help him. Have that miracle didn't stop there thousands pouring in from a gofundme page whether it was ten dollars to five thousand dollars. It was something that people done from their heart to say you mean something to me. An outpouring of support from the community he helped build not only. Is he a great barber, but he has a great person. One trip time I appreciate money, but much more I appreciate the heart of people because that is really what lax. And that's NBC nightly news for this Saturday. Jose Diaz Balart reporting. Thank you for the privilege of your time. And good night. Hey Chris as this week on my podcast, wise is happening. I'll be talking with Jesse Wegmann about his new book about the Electoral College and its flaws called. Let the people pick the president. Wouldn't you think that sixty to split in the popular vote would lead to a six four allocation of electors so just to be clear, the constitution says nothing is a essentially a check to do whatever they want in. In allocating their electors, the state lawmakers can give the electors out themselves. They don't have to hold a popular vote. You have no right to vote for president in the Constitution. There's no constitutional right for you or I to vote for president. There isn't even a constitutional right for us to vote for electors. That's this week on. Why is this happening? Surfer wise is happening wherever you're listening right now and subscribe..

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The first Democratic debate: Everything you need to know

America Trends

01:05 min | 2 years ago

The first Democratic debate: Everything you need to know

"More thing get ready for wednesday and thursday night this is the way the democratic presidential hopefuls for twenty twenty we'll face off in two nights of televised debates because there are so many of them it's happening in miami huge field of contenders so they are broken up into two groups according to n._b._c. news with twenty candidates qualifying for the primary debates and total the democratic national committee divided it into two days ten and ten and they won't have an opening statement sixty seconds to answer questions and thirty seconds for follow up they will get to make closing remarks two hours to two hours of debating tonight split into five segments and a host savannah guthrie lester holt chuck todd rachel matt allen jose diaz balart will be moderating the moderating all be very interesting one of the most interesting things about the debase when this again pay attention wednesday and thursday nights the two different groups president trump says he will be live tweeting during the debate so maybe he'll be the person to make them oh so very interesting so we will

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"jose diaz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And they will air on NBC, and we now have moderators excited, ember very debate moderators. Now they've been announced for NBC somewhat predictably, you get Lester Holt of NBC, nightly news and savannah, Guthrie of the today show, that's kind of normal. It's like your your top paid top tiered journalistic talent will moderate, the debate, so savannah, unless they're doing that. And then it's the other people who work for NBC, they get lumped in, so you get Chuck Todd of meet the press. He'll be a part of this as well. First of all, once now up to three is not enough. No, no, no, Jose Diaz Balart who member Jose Diaz Balart. He was hosting a show on MSNBC for a while now he's not Telemundo. His the show is on, and then Rachel Maddow of the Rachel Maddow show. Rachel Maddow is a moderator. Now, I saw some conservatives that were like this is just disgusting. Which is true. But it's a democratic primary debate. I mean, it is Rachel, Maddow, is gonna be up there asking deeply opinionated questions. I can only imagine the outrage of Sean Hannity was involved in any presidential debate, regardless of what party and that's the key, and he's, she's the Sean Hannity of the left. That's the key, except she's a conspiracy theorist, right? Because her whole stick for the inauguration of the Trump presidency has been Trump colluded with Russia. And then the mall report came out an amber, you, follow this really closely, what happened to Rachel Maddow ratings after the Muller, they absolutely plummeted. They plummeted she lost something like half a million viewers in one week, she had her lowest rated week of the year just about two weeks ago. It's a disaster. It's like the, the zeppelin from. What does the Hindenburg Hindenburg? Yes. Is on fire exploded. Yes. That's quite an analogy. Yeah. Well, you know, but there's a collapse because because all the false promise was unfulfilled. In fact, it was so unfulfilled the people like I'm turning it off. I can't watch anymore. She still winning on MSNBC. She's still the top rated host there, but she did take like a huge loss from her to her audience because of all the conspiracy theories, which she has continued she's still doing, and she still insisting that so it'll be interesting to see how many of her questions are about how do we stop Russia from colluding again with Republicans? And to what extent that's dominant question is the base. So that's happening. Democrats are complaining about the debates already. They haven't even happened yet. And they've got a pretty sweet array of moderators, who are going to be asking them questions. They're complaining because the standards again this first debate is either one percent in three widely accepted national polls, or, and or sixty five thousand individual donors. For the for the candidate. And the DNC is tightening the restrictions as the debates move on. So that way fewer and fewer candidates can actually make the stage. The field is just too huge. Like, what is it thirty something candidates, you have to narrow it down because it's just too unwielding. The DNC's debate threshold has provoked Democrats to accuse the Democratic National Committee of racism for tightening these requirements racism. A report from the end of may on axios said, there are twenty four Democrats Ryan to replace Donald Trump is president, that number cannot possibly be sustained and some worry that drastically changing the rules will severely winnow the primary field. Particularly for minority candidates Bush Wani is the founder of the nonpartisan political organization, new American leaders and said in a statement, quote, the DNC's new rules coming so early in the cycle. What amplify the harm done to diverse candidates by political elite from pollsters to talking heads dominated by white male gatekeepers? So I have a list here of the six democratic candidates who are apparently on the bubble for the first debate. Mhm. Eric swallow white Tim Ryan, why Michael Bennett? There's a white guy John Hickenlooper, white guy, Bill de Blasio, definitely a white guy. John delaney. I've heard of him white guy, six six white men, Beth a lot of white guys. But so, but that doesn't stop them diversity extends to Democrats, no matter who they are. Okay, just listen to build the Blasio to Blasios speaking to a New York outlet, and the this week. That, that if he's left off the debate stage. This is a failure for diversity. Look, I appreciate the impulse. But I think we have to ask the question is this going to limit debate and limit the diversity of the field and limit the options for voters in a way, that's unhelpful when I talked to Iowans, especially the first up to bat they like having the choices they, they want to hear from everyone. There's plenty times eight months till the Iowa caucuses not safe. So there's time. So I'm going to look at that situation with that next round in the fall, but I do hope the DNC remember that were always better off being inclusive. Wow. Wow. Well, I forgot Seth Moulton, by the way. Also, thank you. Bill. The plaza says the DNC is not being inclusive by leaving him. The white guy off the stage. Though, the Bosnia, the white guy says they're not being diverse enough diversity should be extended to white people says Bill de Blasio. I'm sorry. I woke, I'm sorry. I don't think you know, the rules Bill. Have you checked with the Democratic Party about how this works son about that? In fact, in fact, that's a rationale for why you should be left off the stage. Forget the rest of the rules diversity itself exclaims that you need to be off of that state. You can't be anywhere near it. You may not even be allowed to watch it actually you can't turn your television and observe the actual candidates for this race. Fill the Blasios. It's not diverse. Enough seven twenty four w mail. Warm weather is finally here, and the doctors have Virginia Bancaire wanna know what will you show the world this summer. The U who's not afraid to wear shorts to.

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"jose diaz" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The legal matters show. We at nine eastern on MSNBC in fifteen days. So two weeks from tomorrow, the democratic presidential candidates are finally going to square off, or octagon off, actually, they're I guess they're going to double deca gone off in the first twenty twenty presidential debate a deca gun is a ten sided figure, so a double deca gun as I think what we've got here. I mean, we now know the basics of what these two ten sided debates are gonna look like on the democratic side starting two weeks from tomorrow. Now, NBC MSNBC, and Telemundo, are the hosts of the first democratic debate that doubleheader double header. It'll be ten candidates. The first night, ten different candidates, the second night, just today. They announced the moderators for those first debates and the basic logistics. So where's it going to be the debate is going to be in Miami, one, is it going? To be it's Wednesday and Thursday, the twenty sixth and twenty seventh of June. So fifteen days from now, both nights of the debate will be two hours from nine pm to eleven pm eastern now, who is going to be participating. Well, there's two sides of that. And it's complicated in terms of the moderators of the debate Lester Holt from NBC, nightly news, we'll be there for both hours both nights from nine to eleven pm, Lester will be sort of the fulcrum host for the whole thing for the first hour of the debate from nine to ten Lester will be joined by savannah, Guthrie from NBC news and by Jose Diaz, Balart from Telemundo. And then for the second hour of the debate from ten pm to eleven pm savannah and Jose will swap out and Chuck Todd from meet the press, and I will swap in as moderators for the second hour so that patterns going to hold both on the first night of the debate and on the second night at the debate, again, Lester, there, throughout savannah, Jose, their moderating for the first hour. Chuck in mean moderating. For the second hour. So that's who in terms of hosting, and moderating now who is going to be on the stage, much harder question, thankfully, that is for the DNC the Democratic Party to figure out. You may have noticed. There are a couple dozen declared candidates for the democratic presidential nomination this year, but there's only going to be twenty slots for that. I obey ten slots, the first night, ten slots, the second night now over the next few days. The DNC is going to announce which twenty of the democratic candidates are going to make the stage for that I to night debate the DNC criteria for people making the debate was announced a few months ago back in February..

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"jose diaz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Brent? Los Angeles, California, eight seventy the answer. They are LA where we are live, and national go, right ahead, Mark. It was an honor senior at the Reagan library. Thank you. A blast. Time to ask you questions. Bring up something now. Sure. The flying photonic democratic deception of creating a moral quibble between socialism and capitalism. Plunder, slavery. They're not an economic system at all. Sadistic. And capitalism is in fact, the only true real ethical economic system on the planet. As well. I don't disagree with you quite right. I think we really have to attack this from a moral perspective. Became respectable everybody's forgotten the hundred million murdered. Two socialists with tenure dressed up as professors who have a captive audience, and parents need to start, you know. Getting more involved and stop sending their kids to these kinds of institutions. Everybody goes to an Ivy league school. Who cares? Who cares? It's time that we hold these schools to account. A wonderful job of just ripping off of the monsters. It's a hydra with many heads. You're very kind, and I agree with you, Brent. Thank you for your call. I know these are very complicated issues at this point, there's no easy answer. And I try to take them one at a time like the press, I had the same questions you all did. And you asked me about it. And that's why I wrote the book on freedom of the press. And so we do a deep dive into that, what I think, is very understandable, and digestible way and we'll continue to pick off these issues. I think the next book, I write. I'm not saying it's the case might be about academia. The right now. Trying to deal with. But I consider very diabolical hijacking of our freedom of the press. Washington examiner. Philip Klein a big fan of his great columnists there. Rachel Maddow, moderating. The first democratic debates is a good thing. He says, well, what's he talking about? He says the announcement that MSNBC's Rachel Maddow would be one of the moderators of the first set of democratic debates was greeted with derision among some conservatives on Twitter. But he says it's actually a good thing as a reminder with a field of twenty candidates. Democrats are facing even more difficult position. Staging debates early on then Republicans were in two thousand sixteen to avoid the appearance of an undercard main event. The Republicans had when they helped both events on the same night and divided the field by polling numbers Democrats, debates with ten candidates on each night and randomly picked the participants the two debates will be hosted by NBC on June twenty six June twenty seven. Madam will be one of the moderators along with savannah Guthrie Lester Holt Chuck Todd, and Jose Diaz Barlett Balart that critique of having Madame moderate is the assumption that any logically, liberal moderator was softball questions of the democratic candidates. But that need not be the case. Client says, I've long been a believer that idiological media figures immersed in the issues of concern to their audiences can help raise issues that would not occur to other reporters. This is a special important during a primary when the purpose of the debate is to draw candidates out on their differences and help parties voters determine who should be their nominee a debate partially. Moderated by say, Mark Levin would involve more pointed in specific questions on immigration and border security that addresses the concerns of talk radio listeners than say Lester Holt and he goes on. But here's the problem, even though I kind of agree with what Philip is saying. The Republican party would never allow me to question anybody. Never. Never. Rachel maddow. Yes. And the democrat party. Because she voices the radical elements within the base of the democrat party. The establishment Republican party hates me. They hated me before Trump was on the scene. Because I call out individuals by name, but because I'm an old Reaganite because I'm a tea party activist because I'm an article five activists because an big support of President Trump. They hate me. I'm not invited the talk on Capitol Hill. I don't wanna be trust me. Esque.

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"jose diaz" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"Many progressives around the world would be really totally fiberglass of of a leftist basically pushing for the development of fossil fuel in the country and third also decide of getting rid of a cash transfer programs in favor of producing. Budget that basically just makes direct transfers of cash to people either they're Li you or youngsters who tried to go to university and that not necessarily have proven they success. But many people would say is just a way to create a clientele for later. Elections was what what do you make of that is is on low Ed a positive model for for leftist around the world like every country that has aspirations toward the progressive government is going to be dealing with a different set of issues on the lowest dealing with the issues that he was faced with when he came into power, and Mexico, and I think that you know, if we were actually a country that respects, democracy and popular opinion, the favorability. He has something about him. Right. His people believe in him. And he's doing what he can does that mean, the United States or other countries have different levels of development or different sets of challenges should follow the exact same blueprint. No, we should take the opportunities. We have with our own levels of development and our own challenges to move in a progressive direction. But I do think it says something that. In mexico. People are giving him a chance he has high favorability. And they're prepared to see where his leadership leads. And I think that is a very very good omen, and I think that, you know, certainly, the United States antagonism to Mexico's probably helping him quite a bit in a certain respect. And so if Trump is really worried about sort of Mexico and Latin American leftism, he should maybe consider the fact that he's Akra vacating those forces himself. I want to thank Jose Diaz percent near Washington. Correspondent for reformer for joining us. Thank you, Jose. Thank you presidential candidate, comma, Harris made some news this week with comments on healthcare like many democratic senators Harris's cosponsored a.

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"jose diaz" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"And I guess I would quibble a little bit about whether or not he's he's perfectly charming and person. I mean, he's he's normal ish in person, although he's not not really that normal. I mean, he he has a way about him that is incredibly mannered. He talked to me off the record for like an hour and a half. And I for the life mate couldn't figure out why he wouldn't go on the record. He said nothing that that wouldn't be perfectly presentable in the front page of the New York Times. It was actually kind of bizarre like. Time with every every person. The annual quickly. How competitive is this race? Really? I know Nate silver, you guys on your website did a qualitative quote simulation where Nate pretended to come back from the future. And in this in this simulation, where things are really good for Democrats it involved Beto pulling it out and actually winning this race. I know you guys see that as something that is at least within the realm of possibility. Yeah. Exactly. And you know, frankly, Democrats are gonna win the Senate. That's one of the main ways they would do that basically either. They have to win Texas, Tennessee or North Dakota. I personally think North Dakota's most likely, but Texas is perfectly likely or not likely but impossible, well, currently we give bit over a one in five chance and Ted Cruz a four and five chance, but I mean as you can see those numbers closely mirror. Our overall numbers in the Senate. So yeah. In a scenario in which Democrats outperformed the polls or the polls are off by you know, three or four points, which is a fairly normal polling error, historically, speaking. Yeah. This becomes you know, a nail biter race that said based on what we know right now. Ted Cruz is clearly favored like you said, he's, you know, leading in polls not that much, but you have to go back to mid September to find it whole that even have the two tied. So I if I think a lot of liberals are squinting and saying. Obeida pull it out, and that's truly could. But you should count your default should be that was gonna win Nathaniel rakish elections analyst at five thirty eight. Thank you for joining us. Sure thing I've been talking with autumn re Cox with friends like these rich Lowry of national review. We will be back with Jose Diaz percent. Yo Washington correspondent for the Mexican newspaper. Reforma to talk about the migrant caravan, currently moving through Mexico or listening to left right and center. Join the conversation on our Facebook page or tweet us at LLC KCRW stream, all episodes of left, right and center and other great shows at KCRW dot com slash podcasts..

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"jose diaz" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on Here & Now

"From NPR and WBZ you are. I'm Lisa Mullins. I'm Peter O'Dowd. This is here and now President Trump's supporters are lining up today to defend him against a damaging book from Washington Post reporter, Bob Woodward, and a senior administration officials anonymous, New York Times op Ed, calling Trump or Radic a moral and detrimental to the Republic. Here's Republican Lindsey, Graham on Capitol Hill this morning. I think what's happening here is a new line of attack. That is the best evidence yet that there's no collusion. This to me is a signal that if there's there's nothing there with Russia in terms of president working with the Russians during his campaign, the next line of attack is a man is on fit for office. He's crazy. Lindsey, Graham are Friday roundtable joins us right now. Jose Diaz Balart is news anchor at Telemundo and NBC. Hello Jose? Hi. How are you? Good. And Chad pergram Fox News, senior Capitol Hill producer Chet. Thanks for having me. So President Trump lab. Last night called the anonymous times op-ed a threat to democracy. Let's hear. Is this a version is a treason. It's a horrible thing. Even, you know, the good thing about that even liberals than hate me, say that's terrible. What they did this week, we learned from former and current administration. Insiders, that senior members of the Trump team do not respect him. They think he's dangerous and routinely work around what they call his whims. How serious Jose moment is this for the president and for his power. I don't recall this ever happening since I've been alive that we see someone from within an administration come out and criticize that the chief executive in this way. It's it's no doubt going to, you know, continue on the narrative that the president is erotic. As you said that the some of the things Radic immoral and. You know, sometimes just crazy..

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"jose diaz" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Nine thousand dollars. When you start making money, they will reach out and touch. Remember that Dan reach out and touch somebody. What was that? We John dodger they know exactly where you are, especially now, especially today the at now you can't go anywhere. You don't when I was doing all this crazy shit. Remember what was still. I was telling these guys story the day that had a friend who used to was talking AJ you about my buddy with the with ATM card. Close accounts yet, who was I was, I was dating. About he would fucking go into a Bank, but two thousand leave it there for six months and take a two thousand dollar Bank loan. A book loan on it on the two thousand. So he would take two thousand and then those days the computer systems weren't fast enough. So we'll hill studio city. So he would walk into studio city Bank of America to fifty nine, Claudia Cam. And get the two thousand back two thousand back then shoot up the wooded hills by five and closed the account. Computers would move faster. And then that rob it, they caught him meet late. You know, they didn't catch up, but now you can't do that over the, you know this. I had do a background check two months ago for passport. This should not even mind really, cocaine arrest. I got arrested for cocaine, but how many Jose did is on it? Yeah. Jose is on there. But let's say that my first American Express card or the I, I got a new one. You know that the day comes up. I got a new one, probably five years ago I don't. I looked in the number of whatever, and all of a sudden I'm using the guys like man. It's crazy how old discard thinks you are on this on Americans press has member since you minded members in eighty eight and my dad as exact same name as ir, and he had he was a member since eighty eight. So the card they sent me was my card, but they must. They had his name and they had member since eighty eight. So now you know, I'm a fucking child China get. So I said, it's like, oh, you guys, this is my car in the shit's going on. My dad's Bill is no. No, we fucked up is you know, we look the name and that was it. I was like, oh, shit. But yeah, I can imagine that Jose Diaz has many, many different. Hill. Citations against them, but then the shit, like I did a tonnage shit from eighty one to eighty five. None of that is on there. What's good, like adult struck coming up the computer like I had the rest of Bergen county that's not up there, but that was a couple of rest of those arrested. If you don't get in trouble for six months cleaned off your record at like six hours, but that was a couple of other ones that you know, I know they should be no way on how close to getting it all taken care of..

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"jose diaz" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on Here & Now

"Got you gotta talk to adam and they kind of deputized him to come out and talk to the press and he said quote nothing has changed our view that there is any evidence to support any allegation that the f b irony intelligence agency placed a quote spy in the trump campaign that's the only thing that anybody has heard now we are on the eve of a holiday weekend and usually weeks come out leaks come out we could start to have a sieve here in just a couple of hours i don't know i want to ask one more thing we've just got about a minute left here but there's a question about whether those going to be a compromise on immigration soon jose what's your thought on that boy this discharge petition that congressman carello and others in the republican group have been you know pushing seems to be getting stronger and stronger i think that when congress does convene that they better it looks as though they're going to have a meeting by the seventh of june right the house to try to avert this discharge petition but i just seems as that there's no other way maybe they they are up to two hundred and thirteen signatures you knew you need to eight to eighteen yeah and the question is who is going to be number two eighteen now there's some calendar issues that come into play here they kind of have to have this wrapped up by june eleventh because the dave this discharge petition would be eligible as toward the end of june and if you don't have those signatures by the eleventh that's it so a byproduct yeah the farm bill right read them caucus took the farm bill hostile and they will shoot that hostile nothing's worked out on immigration by that chad pergram and jose diaz balart thank you very much.

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"jose diaz" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on Here & Now

"From npr and wbz you are i'm jeremy hobson i magnin tucker body it's here now president donald trump says negotiations with north korea are back on and the summit that he abruptly cancelled yesterday might even take place on june twelfth after all north korea issued a conciliatory statement last night leaving the white house this morning trump was asked if he thought north korea was playing games or friday roundtable joins us and joining us today telemundo and nbc news anchor jose diaz balart and chad pergram who covers congress for fox news welcome to both of you and i have to say my first thought when i saw the thing may be back on is calling when he gets to singapore i mean should we take this seriously at this point after what just happened i'll start with you jose i think we i also thought well maybe i can then keep the coin because the coins being returned you know but i think we have to take the seriously only because both of them are so unpredictable both president trump and and the leader of north korea are so unpredictable that maybe it's that unpredictability which makes this possible well chad i mean do you see a bigger grand strategy here through the unpredictability well that was the thing mike pompeo the secretary of state said when he appeared before a senate committee yesterday and this was as this news was breaking he said you know in some respects it's kind of situation normal now he was referring to the idea that the administration was going to continue to amp up pressure against the regime you know he had indicated his word that they were rocking meaning the administration was.

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"jose diaz" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Hands of a political consulting firm right they spokes got a problem they do and it's beyond this it's also this idea that they can't control this platform that they created that these are out there now whether it's on twitter or facebook and driving that's the that's what's really unclear is it that the technology has gotten away from them or is it that they just don't wanna spend the money to do what they need to do we let loose last night with this story in the new york times says that they've seen evidence that when they said they were going to put destroy the data they didn't but they sent him a strongly worded letter i believe facebook said you must do this okay check a box here if he did it the weird irony is that facebook is the home of everyone's sentiment putting their most sentimental part of their lives on their pictures of the kittens and our grandkids in their vacations and and love letters to themselves as everybody else meanwhile the actual corporation it's like they have as burgers there they got their totally tone deaf to people's passions about these issues about the invasions of privacy and they've basically they're trying to turn human beings into commodities their products well you know even though facebook is now accused of having played a role in helping the trump campaign i do think that they're a microcosm of why the president was elected they have the smartest people in the country working for them you know every every ideally graduate wants to go work at facebook yet they are an example of the failure of elites to sort of do their jobs that's a good one to end on a lively panel nbc game today sorry uva fans thanks for watching and we'll be back next week because if it's sunday it's meet the press meet the press one of the five network talk shows we bring you every sunday afternoon on their roundtable today we heard from jose diaz balart an anchor for nbc news senior editor for national review jona goldberg what house reporter for politico eliana johnson and amy walter national political editor for the cook political report the sunday shows continuing about ten minutes once again the sunday shows continue in about ten minutes until then a portion of today's washington journal we welcome geoffrey edmunds graduate of.

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"jose diaz" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jose diaz" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"This sunday president trump steps up as a tack on the russia investigation former deputy director andrew mccabe is fire the president tweeting a great day for the hardworking men and women of the fbi mccabe response that the president seeks not just as slander me personally but to taint the fbi law enforcement and intelligence professional candidly looks like re retribution and a bit vindictive was mccabe fired because he may have lied under oath or because the president wants to undermine the russia investigation plus the president's lawyer john dowd says it's time to end special counsel robert muller's investigation are we seeing a change in white house tactics from cooperation to confrontation like guest this morning republican senator marco rubio florida democratic senator shared ran of ohio and representative mike conaway of the house intelligence committee also the democr that's big win pennsylvania it took a little longer than we thought but we did it on lamb wins the district president trump swept in two thousand sixteen wakeup call was this a rare red district win for the democrats or a sign of a coming bluewave we have the latest numbers from our new nbc news wall street journal poll join me for insight and analysis are amy walter national editor for the cook political report joan goldberg senior editor for national review eliana johnson national political reporter for politico and the anchor of nbc nightly news on saturdays and on telemundo jose diaz balart welcome to sunday it's meet the press.

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