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"josh wingrove" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

08:37 min | 5 months ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"From south central saving california. Don't thinker from. Florida is in college. Accent is the reason i was born. It's tho- larryelder joe. With special guest. Carl jackson mcnutt who cloud cantonese existence. Who all right. Welcome back to the larry elder. Show the number call triple eight nine seven one seven two four three triple eight nine seven one. Seven two four three. We've been talking about buying inflation. I'll wrap that up shortly here. I just want to put a bow on it if you will. Here's a here's a quote from sake. She was pressed by a bloomberg reporter In the white house gentleman by the name of josh wingrove in when asked whether biden was considering ways to increase the domestic oil production or after sending a letter to opec nations to increase the production of the foreign oil. Sakis response was Was this the point. We have made in these. Communications is that. We're not making a supply question here or were not posing a supply question domestically obviously opec has its own unique role on the global market place. These people are globalist. I this is you know when we used to hear the word globalist. We used to think of people in tin foil. Hats conspiracy theory but this is exactly what the left is done. They try to make us look like the the the nuts but This these people. These people are globalist. These people don't care about your lifestyle They think were part of a global community. So sorry sake argued that the gas prices were higher than they were in twenty twenty But still around normal. I mean what does that even mean normal for whom normal for beltway elites because they won't really feel the impact of it sake went on to say now. Gas prices are still allying with where they were back in two thousand eighteen. She said they often go up in the summer. We've seen that trend over and over again. Now there's a level of truth to that and that's what the left does they'll offer you just a little bit of truth but this is a dog on lie. The price of gas has skyrocketed since price dipped during the twenty twenty summer during the pandemic new inflation. Numbers released on wednesday showed that the cost gas is up. Brace yourself forty one. Eight percent since july twenty twenty forty one point eight percent and that's so true because i can remember literally towards mid to latter part summer last year span one. I can't remember. Remember the exact amount but it was one eighty something at the pump the other night. I'm planning closer to the Closer to three bucks. And i mean it's insane. It's just insane so she just flat outline But that's what the biden administration Does apparently and also now this okay. This is a trip. I gotta get to this because this is just a trip. Have you guys seen by the way. If you want to call into the program triple eight nine. Seven one seven two four three. Yes figuring kelly. It's been lord. I feel so bad for you. Guys out in kelly all i can say is like dell dot com elect dell dot com elect elder dot com. Okay i don't know if you guys have seen that video of joe biden having to be directed by secret service agents into what part of the white house she he should enter into. It's like he was walking on the lawn. There were some. There were some hedges and You know a a alongside of of the white house. He didn't know where to go. He had to be directed. The guy is out of his mind. This is who is in charge of the white house right now. Once you guys to keep that in mind now let me bring you this story. This hat daily wire hat tip forgotten man. Joe biden won't release delaware visitors Visitor logs despite seventeen trips home white house. Press secretary Jen psaki said wednesday. That biden will not release any visitor logs on whom he meets within within delaware even though he claimed his administration would quote restore transparency and trust in government. We know that's a flat out. Lie the president's been delaware seven teen times and it's going to be eighteen in nineteen times over the past six months this is what a reporter said jennifer sake. I want to know how how visits from visitors and from family. Members with potential conflicts of interest are being treated for the purposes of white house visitor logs disclosure This is this is from the reporter ad. Do not see the reporters name for whatever reason. I can confirm. We are not going to be providing information about the comings and going to the president's grandchildren or people visiting him in delaware. I wonder if that's where he's getting his Government watchdog groups criticized the move ones. One thing it makes a mockery. White house claims of visitor log transparency. It's an easy way to bypass the alleged transparency. They're promising this. According to tom of judicial. Watch if they're going to take the position that this information should be public. What are they hiding when it comes to visiting his home. The president doesn't stop when he's visiting delaware. The presidency doesn't stop when he's visiting delaware he's presumably doing work so the public has an interest in knowing who is visiting him. There is biter is hunter biden visiting him. Joe biden is the one who who had hundred vice president's office meeting with his business partners. Remember that the biden administration had pat itself on the back for resuming the practice of releasing visitor logs at least partially these logs. Give the public look into the visitors entering and exiting the white house campus for appointments the tours and official business and all that kind of stuff. making good on biden's commitment to restore integrity supposedly transparency and trust in the government. At least according to biden's Press office but in the daily white house briefing when a reporter asked to other questions about transparency and then goes well i was hoping the reporter said You could respond to waters. Jobs was the name of the person that was criticizing guess criticism of the first sons art sales. He says he wants to. He wants to shame on the president. If he doesn't ask his scientists stop. What exactly. i don't know what that means. What exactly has the president said son. The reporter said and the third question is what spacing constraints are there in the white house. East room that are preventing us from attending the event later today especially considering there are no spacing constraints in this room will one i think we wanted to make it as transparent as possible and make the entire meeting available to everyone. This is jen psaki talking. Who isn't just in the room so we are actually not discriminating people who are covering the white house from outside of the white house briefing. A second she says. I would say we We have spoken extensively to the arrangements which are not white house arrangements. They're arrangements between hundred biden's representatives and ones that we certainly were made aware of. I don't think. I have anything to add to that in regard okay so this guy can literally be visiting his doctors. This guy can literally be visiting business associates business a business associates of hunter biden. And we don't get to know about it. This is a guy that works for us. This is a guy that promised transparency. This is a guy that's supposed to be a transparent when it comes to the visitor logs and it's not happening guys what's going on what's going on before this guy entered the white house..

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's 5 30 on Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karyn Moscow. We're just about four hours away from the opening of us trading. Let's get you up to date on the news. You need to know what this hour U. S futures are higher a day before Joe Biden takes office as the 46th, president of the United States. The president elect arrives in Washington later today amid heavy security and military lockdown began more from Bloomberg's Derek Wall Bank. You're saying a security posture in the nation's capital that I have never seen before. It's gonna be very quiet. This year was going to be quiet before Cove it But now you've got barricades up, creating what is effectively a green zone. Outgoing President Trump has no plans to invite the Bidens to the White House before tomorrow's inauguration. Meanwhile, Bloomberg News has learned White House officials do not expect the president to pardon himself. We get more from White House correspondent Josh Wingrove have some legal headache going forward, but it doesn't look like you will do pardon for himself or his family. Instead, we do expect that they chunk apartment come on, including, you know, celebrities that sort of thing. President Trump has already issued pardons to several political allies and friends in the weeks since he lost re elect And on Capitol Hill, Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen is expected to call for expensive government action to bolster the U. S economy. The former Fed sheer begins her Senate confirmation hearing today and as yelling addresses the economic fallout for the pandemic. The death toll is on the cusp of a grim milestone. Liberace. John Tucker joins us Live with that John and Nathan. The country is on track to surpass 400,000 coronavirus deaths as soon as today. Still, there are signs the daily cases in the US are coming off their highs. And trials to make sure vaccines are safe for the young. They're beginning. The University of Oxford is planning initial tests and 12 to 18 year olds next month. Fizer and Madonna started recruiting participants at the end of last year. But finding volunteers hasn't been easy. John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak. John. Thank you. And on Wall Street today, Big bank earnings continue coming up to get results from Goldman Sachs and Bank of America. And we hear from Netflix this afternoon again Futures this morning are on the rise S and P futures up. 25 points down features of 159. NASDAQ futures up 121 of the decks in Germany's up 2/10 of a percent 10 Year. Treasury down 7 30 seconds the 1.10% the yield on the two year 20.13% 9 Expert oil is up 2/10 Percent, or 10. Cents a 50 to 46 a barrel Go makes gold up 7/10 percent or $12.30. At 18 42 20 announce the euro 1.21 to 5 against the dollar, British bound 1.36 to 0 and the yen is at 104 and checking Bitcoin $37,131 straight ahead, your latest, the local headlines and a check of sports. This is Bloomberg. All right. Thank you. Carrot. It's 5 33 on Wall Street, and Michael Barr has.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Welcome back to bloomer Technology. I'm Emily Chang in San Francisco. The U. S House has voted to impeach President Trump for the second time on a single charge. Of incitement of insurrection are Josh Wingrove joins us now from the White House with the latest Josh She's now the first president in history to be impeached twice. What happens now? Well, I mean, it's going to go to the Senate. We have Chuck Schumer, who, of course, will become the majority leader, Uh, after inauguration, pledging that there will be a trial. Democrats are urging things to move as quickly as possible. But Mitch McConnell is sort of ruled that out, didn't look right now look, there's enough votes for conviction. But, you know, would be for tryouts for Trump himself. We know virtually nothing about how he'll respond, he said. To be preparing a video address as we speak. I'm speaking to you from the White House. He has not spoken to the press here today. Hey, said no public events on his schedule today, so something we're going to record a video essentially dump it out, And that will be his response. As for his trial, we have no clue what will be his approach who his lawyers will be who his team more broadly will be, which is simply up in the air. So the president right now, given that he's been frozen out of his social media feeds were Uncharacteristically blind and his state of mind is today's of intense cold. Now you have told us over the last several days that it is unlikely that he will be actually removed from office or that he will resign between now and January. 20th does this change that? I don't think so. I mean, he wants to be defiant. He habitually is someone to be, you know, he doubled down on everything. So he came out yesterday and said that 25th isn't a threat. Mike Pence released a letter to the same effects. We're not going to be pushed and Donald Trump really, you know, he's indicated he didn't think he did anything wrong, so we would be remarkable for him to turn on. And jump. So it looks like he will be president into the 20th whether he'd be president in Washington. We don't know you know you might you might is unclear when he leaves. We expect him to go to Mar a Lago, which is a deceased, nominally going to be his residence in his post presidency in Florida. We don't know when that would be. We don't know if you'll hold any event before then, you know, but by the day it seems he's losing staff and maids who are departing the White House. Either as scheduled, or in response to the events of last week. So the White House sort of, you know, winding down as Donald Trump deals with this sort of new crises, one of his own making in response to the events Wednesday. So regardless of whether or not he's actually still in office on Inauguration Day. Certainly, this is a stain on the president for ever. How will this change his post presidency life? Think could probably lower the odds of whether he would run again. But it's a little bit of a guessing game. He simply has not wanted to commit to 2024 really leaves the Republicans that more of a crossroads. Before this, there would have been Overwhelming gravitational pole towards Trump. You know, he would have a lot of allies in the house in particular people running in nomination race through as Republicans would want to look, you know close to trump as possible, and a lot of district's. Now it's a little more murky. And so what? Also murky is the money question. You seem blowback from donors to the events. The mob storming the Capitol, which of course, was left at least five dead. We don't really know the health and fatality toll of that have been fully yet. So I think I think Donald Trump is going to hang around one way or another. The mob, and all that followed since then, undoubtedly undercuts that, but we'll have a fairly early test of how strong his grip is still because there's push In the House to remove Liz Cheney is host conference chair. She's the third ranking Republican in the house. She, of course, was the highest profile person to vote today to impeach President Trump. She was one of 10 Republicans to do so. If she holds on then that is maybe a sign that the party is ready to move on from Trump. If she gets dumped, then I think it's a sign that Trump's grip is still very strong on the Republican Party. Right, And that number 10 Republicans may sound small, but it certainly is significant and the future of the Republican Party very much in question. As you indicate our White House correspondent Josh Wingrove, Josh, Thanks so much. We'll check back in with you. As things continue to develop. All right. Meantime, Facebook's banning of President Trump alongside a similar move by Twitter has been blasted by critics around the world, calling it censorship for more. We're joined by Guest who applauded the decision that Twitter made saying that it took a lot of courage. While millions of users sure to hate whatever you decide specifically what he said that Costello, former CEO of Twitter and co founder and managing partner of one advisors is with us, Dick. I just got to start by getting your reaction as an American citizen on investor. President Trump being impeached for the second time the only president to be impeached in history twice. You know? How did how are you digesting this? Yeah, I mean, another slow news week, Right? It's e don't know. It all comes at you so fast, You know, I said in the tweet you mentioned the night of the riots. These things all change in real time so quickly. It's it's hard to It's hard to get historical perspective on them. That seemed that then seems to come a week later and then maybe change a week after that, so I don't have the short answer is I don't know it. It certainly is obvious that this will go down as Important moment in history. It's hard to understand in the in real time, how how it will be viewed the just that the diametrically opposed perspectives on the actions that Mace technology companies are taking from users on the platforms is just you know, it's something to behold. You've got Everybody thinking that it's an obvious decision. What should be done? It's just that 45% of the people think one thing and 45% of people think the exact opposite thing. So on that note, Twitter has made the decision to ban the president's account permanently. His account has been deleted from Twitter. All of the tweets from the last four years are gone. And to be clear. Facebook has suspended him indefinitely. But but not Permanently. Do you think this was the right call? You know? Look, I'm never going to second guess the management team of the company and I'll tell you why I'm not just, you know, baling baling out on you is because you have all these people who say this is an easy decision that should have been done, You know, X years ago. It's easy. It's easy to say that when you don't have to face any of the consequences of of what happens next, it's easy to. It's easy to stand there on the moral high ground when you don't have to think about any of the implications of what might happen later. They're gonna undoubtedly Be all sorts of regulatory pressure, bought two brought to bear on these technology planet forms. I'm not just talking about Twitter. Now I'm talking about Facebook and AWS removing parlor, which is going to be another sort of Potentially wild precedent. I just think that the ramifications that these companies they're gonna face that are probably a lot bigger than we might anticipate that they are now are going to be Enormous and I know that that went into the decision making process and you know again, there's all sorts of context that you have when you're making these decisions inside the company, and those things include Death threats against employees of threats of physical violence against employees. And you have to balance all of these things when you're trying to make a decision in real time about what to do so for people to sit outside, you know, throw stones and say they did the right thing or they did the wrong thing. It just feels a lot like Monday morning quarterbacking when you you know the results of what happened. It's easy to stay. You know, he shouldn't have gone for it on fourth and two. Well, yeah, they didn't make it. We all know that now, so it's about this. It's obvious in hindsight, so you know that's my perspective on this. I think a lot of people think it's an obvious decision one where they're not the other and they, None of those people have the context that the management teams of these companies have. Now the president's aides, as we understand, have been exploring alternative options like parlor, which may never find another Web hosting home or jab..

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Swing. Yeah, thank you so much really appreciate it. Greg, You are listening to Bloomberg markets on this. Host Thanksgiving Black Friday. So much going on, certainly in the world, Paul, we're going to talk black Friday. We're also going to talk about investing in wine. We're gonna wrap up with that which is kind of nice and topical As we kick off the holiday season, you knew I was gonna go get that top. Exactly Speaking of leads, man, There is a lot going on when it comes to politics once again, and we're all talking about Iran's foreign ministers, saying that there are Seriously indications of an Israeli role in the incessant ation of a leading Iranian nuclear scientist. That is certainly one of the global stories that we're talking about when it comes to relations, So let's talk about that. Let's talk about what's going on with the president on the trail with him traveling with President Trump. Their own Bloomberg News, White House correspondent Josh Wingrove and Josh I believe you're in Virginia. Is that right? That's right. Yeah, We've just dropped the president off at his golf course here that looks like a dead call for him. And he said that? Yeah, He's a big golfer. Hey, both called yesterday as well. He's due to fly to Camp David later today. Where the indications he'll spend a bit of time there. So you know, Trump spoke to questions from the press for the first time last night since the election, But we might not hear from him again for a few days other than Twitter. So Josh, let's talk about kind of where we are in the transition here. It appears that the Trump administration has given the green light's abiding in the campaign to kind of get up to speed here. What do we expect from the president as it relates to a potential concession or do we even are we just moving past that at this point? Well, I mean what He indicated yesterday that he would leave the building but leave the White House but he might never actually formally conceive any might not attend the inauguration, he said. He said he knew the answer about whether he would attend the inauguration. But he hasn't actually said whether he would So you know he didn't offer some indication yesterday that the election of them is beginning to set And he said, For instance, Don't let Joe Biden take credit for the vaccine. You know, it's sort of an indication that he does impact Expect. Inviting to take over and we pressed him, like, Look, are you thing that if the electoral college confirmed by the wind that you're going to reject that, will you? Will you leave this building, he said. Of course I will. Of course it will. But then he sort of launched into his sort of Series of Really conspiratorial allegations of fraud in the election. They simply have not produced evidence at all about it about fraud going on. So you know if he looks basically planning to sow doubt in the election result make all his supporters think it was raped, even though there is no evidence of that. On any sort of grand scale, at least on then and then go away. We also asked the month night take. What about 2024? He said He didn't want to talk about that yet. Yeah, well, it's kind of fascinating. Josh and I do wonder since you're you know, traveling with the team you're talking with. The president's advisors. I mean, what's the strategy behind this Is this just President Trump playing to his supporters at this point is, they're kind of maybe, in an odd way, a legal strategy so that when he does leave the White House he's going to say, Hey, I won. You guys can't pursue me and some of these legal matters like I do You know that I'm protected. I wonder what's the thinking here? I don't. I don't think there's a legal strategy per se and forgive me if I've always the little muffled and speaking to you through in in 95 math because you can appreciate it reality of these times. Um, no, I don't think it's a legal strategy for safe and get the PR strategy. There's nothing Donald Trump hates more than Uses it is there is an insult all the time on the notion that he will ever admit that he personally lost this election, I guess seems far fest We do not know. Right now, who His top advisers really are, you know, we think he It's probably family. Rudy Giuliani, of course, has taken over the legal team. We have not heard from senior members of Trump's campaign. The people who've been running it and doing the press calls in over two. It's not clear whether he's listening to them. What input They have. I think this is just a case of a guy wanting to sort of set his own narrative who has been increasingly just sort of consuming. Right wing media outlets. And this and that he's been waging war recently on Fox News, which he doesn't think this is right wing enough. On. You know, it's not clear to me whether he believes what he's saying. But he seems to problem is there just isn't the evidence. Back at Apple released that they have it. They haven't given it. Instead, his lawyers are stopping short in court where you're you know, under penalty of perjury. Saying the things that really Giuliani is saying on Twitter and press conferences, whether don't don't take that kind of penalty, Of course, Josh, Is there any What's the thought as to how the president will Perform over the next threat until January. 20th is do you expect him to be active? Do you expect him to try to throw some roadblocks in the way of President Elect Biden? Or perhaps maybe just take a lower profile? Maybe stay down and Mara Lago? Yeah, I think it's door number two. You know, All indications are that they'll try to clear the covers a little bit of stuff that they wanted to do. Maybe some last minute pushes on. Subject. Like other pardons, for instance, perhaps have begun immigration, this sort of stuff in other did you gets up on the door that they were hoping to get out the door, but Trump since the election has maintained Very Billy really been public central, he has had almost no event. As they say, until yesterday, he did not take questions from reporters at all. That's unusual. You normally would do that every day or two. On. So you know, maybe that Case, you know what to expect. In other words, he's not looking like you particularly interested in playing a public role as president, maybe is playing more private one right now. But he sort of coming away from the limelight, which is unusual for President Trump Force. And has he sort of fighting to insist that he won this election. You know, they'd be discontinued to say that I didn't have to prove His vote are legal. It's like that. That's not how this works. I mean about the fact that they've been counted is the proof that they were considered legal by those states, and the onus is on people who have objections to Raised proof that they weren't Knowledge that they shouldn't have been counted and then just simply haven't haven't done that yet. Hey, listen, we only have about 30 40 seconds here, Josh. This'll news out of Iran about their leading nuclear scientist and accusations. Are we expecting the president to maybe do something on this or make some statements that could be Something that Joe Biden ultimately inherits when he could get into the White House. Come January and just got about 35 seconds. It's a great question right now. We have not heard formally from them. Trump tweeted something about it, but he hasn't really commented on it. Well, I'm sure celebrate this. He, of course, wants to be very tough on around or seen this stuff on Iran. This is a big part of Joe Biden's policy to simply do not know a lot about what Joe Biden will do. But for now, No U s comment and no US indications..

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Interactive brokers studio Top story this hour, melding of what Really 2020 has been all about. We're talking about a virus politics. Comes together. And as our Josh Wingrove reports, the Trump administration has assured state that they will have enough hospital beds and equipment to handle the alarming nationwide search that we're seeing in virus cases, But they're not doing what many in the medical field say is crucial to getting the virus under control. Let's get into it with Bloomberg News, White House correspondent Josh Wingrove on the phone in D. C. So, Josh we're getting some information about what the administration is up to with the virus. I mean, yeah, like, you know, I do wonder. Are we going to start kind of Of Taking covering hearing more from the task force again because of these rising numbers. Yeah, well, we're gonna hear from them today. In fact, I mean, believe in about an hour. This would be the first White House press briefing from the task force in April. Give you a sense of how far back we're digging here, and they're having to meetings this week. You know, with the Keith continued to rise 177,000 yesterday that is the second highest ever the highest, But one night he came five days before that deaths are rising, which is very concerning, of course. 1800 deaths yesterday, so the situation is bad. So far, the federal government approach to the administration's reports approaches in to focus on treatment. You know, saying we've got lots of hospital beds. We've got lots of supplies. Vaccines are coming. Treatments are in process as opposed to any behavioral changes like We need to do more to have Americans wear masks, for instance, they're not going down. That road is all about treatment, which indicates that they expect that these numbers they're just going to continue to rise. You will. It's kind of interesting. And you do wonder at this point, you know, kind of What the administration will do it at this point, you know whether or not we get any kind of mandate about shutting down wearing masks? Are we likely to see anything along those lines from from Trump? I don't think so. It's coming from the echoes around him. I guess you know, for instance, yesterday, the health secretary Alex, These are Urged Americans get things giving the end really done that before And today the CDC came out and double down on that you're getting sort of mixed messages on that question that Thanksgiving is poised to really poor fuel in the fire of this pandemic. Trump himself. I mean, he campaigned on un denying lockdowns. But there are middle ground and he just doesn't seem to want to go there. You know, health experts are saying he should because a large part of the country, of course, listens. The president and almost only the president when it comes to these issues. In other words, a lot of folks would only wear a mask if Donald Trump asked them to anyone hasn't really shown like want to do that. How does so what's the information flow going to the Biden camp with? You know, you guys have done a lot of reporting? We've talked a lot about it. How the transition? Certainly not going like past transitions. So I do wonder when it comes to cover 19, which is the the thing we need to as a world as a nation. Need to be concerned about at this point, So I do wonder about what's the flow of information at this point. Is there any back channels going on? There are back channels for sure, There's nothing formal. So the question is it could Joe Biden health experts You might be getting information on vaccine not from Trump. But maybe from the vaccine companies were from the distribution companies with that sort of thing, so they're forced to sort of cobble it together. If you go back 12 years, the transition between Bush and Obama Was pretty robust, in particular on the financial crisis. You know, there's a sense of this is such an existential threat to the country that they would work hand in hand on that. Of course, you didn't really have the this wrangling unfounded as it may be, in many cases going still over the election, But still, Trump hasn't done that. You know, there's been called saying, Look, you know you can still pursue Whatever legal avenues you wanted the election while still giving By the health Advisors. A look under the hood so that just in case they are indeed. The, uh you know the incoming administration that they'll know what they're getting into. So they just simply hasn't happened. I talked to one person who figures by the folks can probably pieced together about 80% of the landscape abiding himself has warned it. Say if they don't get a closer look, there could be delays on the vaccine distribution in particular. You understand Washington politics on Di Do wonder. Okay, You understand it more than I do, and more than most, But yes, I do. Wonder, Um, you've seen this like it's a company with an outgoing CEO. And everybody starts talking to the new guy that they know is coming in and taking over and I do wonder. I'm not seeing anybody specifically. But of that White House Task Force Virus Task Force team. I'm assuming vice president Pence wouldn't be one of those people who would go through back channels. But what a Deborah Burkes woulda Anthony Fauci, could. They possibly also be behind the scenes kind of saying, Here's what you guys need to know his, which going to need to do from day one. Once you're back in the once you're in the White House, this is to the Biden team. Might be or there is an intermediary between them, right? You know, you talked some health experts around the country Deans of schools is kind of thing. They talked about you and they might also talk to buy them so much. One step removed. You know, we don't know whether love these people stay on like a lot of the community will depend on whether the same people or at the helm. There was a report yesterday that Biden folks aren't all that warm on baby birds, who has a reputation in Democratic circles of bowing to Trump's Claims a little too easily..

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Talking about the chances ofthe Biden becoming president seemingly quite optimistic about the whole thing, and also with some comments. To the effect that President Trump shouldn't have said last night that It looks like there was going to be a Supreme court actions, and so on that they is the American people that decide who the next president is not the president who decides What votes are counted. So we also got to run down their poll of the various court cases that Republicans have taken most. If not all, of which least these ones that were were Elucidated had been rejected by the various courts. Absolutely so the Biden campaign sounding very confident as they look across the key states that are still being debated. Meantime, Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien says the president is in a quote very, very, very good position. He says they see a pathway in Pennsylvania and Michigan, and he says he sees the president taking Arizona after all the ballots are counted. So that was a press conference. Just the same time is the Biden campaign press conference as well. So both sides Seeing some light at the end of the tunnel, But this sounds like we're going to have to be. We're going to wait for that seems to be a Teesta number of days for all the ballots to be counted, and then the question becomes on the legal side. Exactly Now we are awaiting the Pennsylvania governor who's going to give us an update in a few minutes as well. In the meantime, let's bring in White House reporter Josh Wingrove, who was covering the election all night as well. Josh. What's the first thing that we should be looking for today for just a little bit more off a clue as to where we go in terms of getting 270 electoral votes if that's possible. Yeah. I mean, I think Nevada is one that folks looking at, but it looks like we might not even know until tomorrow. Joe Biden Right now feeding in Wisconsin and Michigan, the Trump campaign disputing that you'll get over the hump there, But you know, canoes and and other sort of Saying that it's looking like things are trending in director. If Biden gets those You need the Nevada would clinch it for him. Pennsylvania would, too, but it's looking like that will take another day or two to count. Georgia Democrats are not ruling out at all, but that they are still counting in Georgia. Basically, Biden needs probably three states as Pennsylvania is looking to count. Any combination of Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan and Georgia would do it. But this thing might, you know, take until tomorrow. But as of now, Biden is leading in about a in Wisconsin and those three states with giving the president Josh, What's the feeling within the White House right now? Do you believe Well, they're they're interesting that they have a path really just had a call. But it's a bit of a dual reality scenario. You know, as an example, as the president's campaign manager, was holding a press called moments ago. Lining their confidence that there's a boat still out there for them, and they can actually, you know, take over the lead in Nevada and there to, you know, think or believe maybe Michigan also hold the lead in Pennsylvania. Other words, basic signs of hope in the votes. So the combo Well, he was saying that the president was tweeting about, you know, nefarious things about about still being counted. And so I think it's a little bit of a mix scenario Forthem. You know the president biblical the Supreme Court. You just said the Democrats say that That's his rhetoric on his part of a long story short the ballots are still being counted. This is it important things from the president, saying that there's a sort of falling from the sky. That are fraudulent. There's simply no evidence of that right now. In fact, his campaign that thing is hope to win because of the ballots will be counted. So, judge. What about the Mondays? I mean, even if we get, you know, a defendant of even if it's not too 6 to 1969, let's put it that way. If if somebody gets 2 to 70 at some point, will they have a mandate to govern? I mean, they will have a mandate, but they're not gonna have it doesn't look like the Democrats are going to win a majority in the Senate. I stand to be corrected by now, but certainly their hopes of being Best guess compared to what they were this time yesterday. What That means it is a Biden wins the presidency. He's not gonna have the Senate and therefore he's not going to be ableto move unilaterally on things like stimulus, for instance. So you know what it means is probably gridlock in Washington, a scenario where the Democrats controlled the House Democrats hold the potentially game the White House. But the Republicans hold the Senate and that that is typically not arrested. Be for big change in Washington. Jeff. What's the expectation in terms of you know the president and the administration taking this to the highest court in the land? I mean, they need a case to do it like they did, my man. I don't mean like pro, probably like they literally need To appear certain games of thieves role in the likelihood of litigation depends on the march. So in other words, if the whole thing came down to Pennsylvania, friends in Pennsylvania is really narrow. For sure we'd expect litigation, but it Biden is, for instance, winning in Nevada, Michigan and Wisconsin, and maybe even also win Pennsylvania and that the litigation will require the president of overturning. You know four seats rather than just one state to win. Then it may be becomes less likely. Ah, certainly that they would try it, but also that it would work that it has happened before in history have been like 150 years, though, but where multiple states of litigated and actually changes the outcome, But you know, it's not common. I really think that the path of the legal challenge depends on how many states and Being close Democrats. As of now, this morning, whatever hour we are losing track 30, more years of Democrats are more confident right now the Republican seemed to be about the president. Well, that's what I was just going to say Josh because the way the president came out last night's and immediately went on the defensive talking about, you know, votes post a certain time not being counted and You know, Frankly, we have won the election and so on. He seemed just that defensive and not particularly as confident as you like to hear if he waas certain Correct, correct. And to be clear they had not won the election. By any measure that we're still you know, millions of votes will being counted. You know, he wasn't even leading in the electoral college at that point when he said that, So, Yeah, it's a question of which Republicans do You believe that you believe Donald Trump? Who says that all the mail in voting dam and they won the election. Or do you believe his campaign manager who says the mail in votes still to be counted are looking pretty good for them and that they think they can go with Well, you know, it's really pick it. Pick it. Pick a door on the idea, too, that he's not tweeting about how the market is rallying. He's not sort of getting in front of this. He's not continuing to suggest that he is the definitive winner. Yeah, well, I mean, one explanation possibly is that Donald Trump is grappling with the fact right now that he is Joe Biden has the inside track with some taste..

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thanks so much. You're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. Well, given everything that is going on in the world of politics, No, there's nothing going on Jason Kelly and more to come this weekend and next week, we got to check in with Josh Wingrove, White House correspondent for Bloomberg. He joins us on the phone. So, Josh, this is where we look to you because we could go 19 different places. It's the most important thing we need to know about the political government world right now. Well, we're on the Supreme Court or our night. Obviously the president and five o'clock in the name his nominee. All signs point to being Amy. Andi. I think it's a little unclear yet. How did Republican thing to think? Hey, Josh, hang on a second. We've got some problems with your line. And so it's not real clean for a listener, so we're going toe. Re dial into you and get back to you In just a second. We're gonna get back to Josh Wingrove, who covers the White House for us, because there is so much going on Jason. You know one thing that I have to say, I kind of took my eye off of until I heard Provo during the show. First debate is next Tuesday. I am like I was blown away right because there's been so much going on, certainly in the business world in the economic world, but that's right. Like in the political world, be honest, well, and it's just kind of crazy because it's like, Oh, yeah, the election like we know the election. We keep doing the count. Downright, but it's like Oh, here, we have to have those normal part of an election process, which is debates the debates. Yes, I think I'm going to be. I think it's important this year. I think there's some really big issues whether its economy with a virus We got to know what these candidates are standing for. Yeah, and I think people want some plans. There's a lot of rhetoric as there always is between the candidates, so We need Teo. Check in on that. All right. Just wouldn't grow back with this White house correspondent. So tomorrow we worth hearing Amy Comey. Cockney Barrett. Excuse me. Josh is the front runner here. Yeah. All signs point to her. I mean, the only other serious candidate. People have identity beside his barbell ago. And so far as we know it didn't even meet with logo. So you know he hasn't formally announce it, but that's where things were going. Quest. It is what impact and we saw the president this week Go visit Aah! Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And and hearing chants of Vote him out! So Democrats that it's well actually more motivating for Democrats, not just for president. But in those Senate races. Then it will be for Republicans, so there's a lot of politics that are going to swirl it. Around this one. But unless expects that boat that confirmation would happen before the election, potentially the weak Poor, So I think you know if you have Democrats could be Trump could almost be harming himself with this Republican court think the opposite of India from the debate on Tuesday. Surreal coming up here. It's nuts. I mean, what are we expecting? Who's got the most at stake? I do wonder how we're going to see this And is it they're both going to be on the stage. Like what? The logistics to all of this Well, I mean, so they're obviously have three debates. This is the one that they wanted to move up because, of course. People are road have been voting for some time. The Trump campaign it out, move it out The Biden Focus said No Trump is tuna bit and you know what? Initially, it was. He always said his shot because I thought, you know, non prime time anymore. But that has the effect, of course of lowering by the expectation. Trump is kind of changed tack a little bit on that Now we talked about five. Nothing is as a good debater, so I think they're trying to make the race apart a little bit for Biden. Yeah, that's interesting. Interesting. And what do you think the key issue is going to be, And this will be moderate. By Chris Wallace. Correct. Yeah, that's right. And Trump had a kind of complete. What was that a few weeks ago. I mean, the Korea to that a lot of people looking at it. Just what Biden says. I mean, it's true in Trump's campaign talks would buy them not taking a lot of questions. From reporters. That's true. Biden is not running a particularly high profile, high accessible campaign by any stretch, so I think Biden might have more chance to make comments than Trump who who, you know, for better or for worse, not shut. I'm kidding. In front of camera sitting, betting that factor, But you know that The back story dropped. All this is the vote looked pretty locked in like we just have not seen a lot of movement in polls for weeks, if not months now and so every day. Hey, that we go in very albeit like picture country. Everyone looks so that knockout blow it had happened. Of course. You know you could have some big moment. The change of the polling car in this election, the most Americans have made up their mind on a lot of people sitting on the fence about Donald Trump after 3.5 years. You know, Josh really quickly. How close is it right now? In terms of the Poles? It's closer than it has been. But Biden still has a sizeable lead bigger than people believe Clinton tohave this time, so it's not a done deal. But Biden Reason Biden isn't coming on public. Call it off. But a lot could happen between now in the election. We know that that's sure. Alright, Josh Wingrove. Thank you so much. We know you're gonna have a busy weekend, checking out what happens with the Supreme Court nomination and all that follows after that, And then, of course, prepping. For the first presidential debate. You can hear live coverage of that. An analysis from our team right here on Bloomberg radio next Tuesday night.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Slower thie. Other thing is that there's just a better understanding of the virus. So For people who do get thick. They can get oxygen faster, and if they go into the hospital, there's better treatment left likely to die. That is. Dr. Joshua Sharfstein of the Bloomberg Johns Hopkins School of Public Health School, is supported by Michael Bloomberg. He's the founder, majority owner of Bloomberg LP, the parent of Bloomberg Radio for seeing AH lot of strength in the dollar right now, with the Bloomberg Dollars spot Index of 8/10 of 1%. Got a weaker yen and a weaker offshore. Chinese yuan. I'm Doug prisoner that sure. Bloomberg business flush, Right, Doug. Thanks so much. You're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek, Jason Kelly and Carol Master here in our Bloomberg Interactive Barker studio. Let's get back to Josh Wingrove, White House correspondent For Bloomberg. Alright, let's talk Tic tac because we had a deal. We thought and we still have a deal. But hey, going into it felt really sketchy. This whole process. Josh has felt right. Yeah, or like at Hawk was a good way of putting it. I get triggered just hearing the word talk because of how many e mails I've had a subject like Tic tac over the last month and a half, But it's just so this deal. I mean, it's sort of been leaking out here in there. We still don't know so much about it. What we do know that doesn't really need the criteria that the president that out. I mean at all. And yet he's speaking positively of it. On the weekend, sir. Drop bomb of news that he Tacitly or preliminarily confirmed it. So where does that leave us? We'll leave the subject to the winds of Donald John Trump, because you know if he wanted certain things in this like presence sale Of the U. S unit. That's not in this deal. So what they've done is punch a week. The restrictions that were coming in on Tic tac possible they pump them again. A week of these talks continue, but the bottom line of the Trump is speaking positively about this deal while at the same time Saying that if the data is not secure, then he will revoke his support for it and that, of course we're gonna have folks. Word is that Trump speaking is that severe speaking like typically, when I deal with like this, if he is, it would be very clear they would be very in control. There would be no questions about what needed to be done and whether or not a deal was going to go through, and it would take much longer than it is. I mean, this is unconventional because this whole deal was sparked in the first place by the president himself, and we have one of our colleagues Nick Wadhams reporting today that it was, in fact that Tulsa rally in July or June. Excuse me in and around there that first rally since the pandemic president had where the turnout was sort of an embarrassment. We wasn't full of people. It wasn't full. Tic tac users had, you know signed up, But I was not the plan of going to that rally that, according to this report, had angered some people in the White House and kind of gave the takeout Hawk if you will. A bit of an opening The pounds since then, is when we've seen the president, but really ramp up his language. I mean, isn't cities There is a trump. I don't know. I don't think anyone really terrifying. Do you find the terrifying a little bit? Meaning this. I mean, we got so much going on, you know, resubmit another another mix one. But one thing you know this is paying a lot of president time Supreme Court side of going on a lot of president signs. So you know, there's only so much time in the day. I just have a lot of trouble seeing where that leaves any talk of stimulus money. I mean, if Congress is ripping itself apart over the Supreme Court, I mean, if there was hope that the stimulus deal is, you know This doesn't increase the odds of his regular steel to put it lightly. Okay, so I was going. I was going to sort of end the conversation on that exact note. Josh, which is where are we on anything else? That's not Tic Tac or Supreme Court and specifically stimulus because I read something this morning. That said, Well, maybe this actually gives cover to Mark Meadows and Stephen Yushin, Nancy Pelosi and others to, you know, sort of quietly outside the spotlight. Put something together. Well, we had sort of two tracks that were blending on the CR, which is the government friending deal. It's looking good things were looking okay there, although, you know, Plus he's putting a bill for that doesn't meet the White House needs to, you know, not not nailed down. Mia. But for us for a larger stimulus bill, I mean were you know we're not really anywhere. I mean the party to the Democrats and Republicans are entrenched. A lot of Republicans think publicly that they don't see a lot of need to rush. Out of bill because the economy is recovering. Of course, that leaves the millions of folks we're still out of work, you know, facing or already have faced eviction. You know they're waiting for Congress to act of Congress to do something, and there's just does not seem to be a lot of appetite. I continue to be a little Surprised by what seems to be more optimism in on Wall Street deal than there is on Capitol Hill. That just really aren't signs that they're anywhere near close. I have to say, Josh, with everything going on, like you said between the virus still more stimulus that you know the pandemic. Obviously, Supreme Court I have to say I almost feel like Tic tac is a party trick. And like, um, I'm missing something. Has this been thrown out there? For some reason, it just seems So odd that this is such a big story and continues to be one and takes up so much of the president's time. I think Trump does care about it because he thinks that it's sort of Chinese spying. And he's mad about China for a range of reasons, including the pandemic. He did kind of tip his hand a little bit today. I think if you talk when he called in to talk and friend this morning for 45 minutes, he talked about We need to create competition for Facebook. Remember Trump a little while ago complaining about the tech monopolies? There's a case to be made that part of the motivation Tic Tac. Is to, you know, spur competition for other American Tech, which again stand something thieves are neither uncharted waters. Presidential action. It's only Monday, Joshua. Exactly. It's all uncharted, my man. All right, Judgment. Grove, White House correspondent for Bloomberg. Thank you so much on DH. Thanks for talking Tic tac, because we know All over that, to say the least, and much more to come. When we think about the week in Washington by Saturday, we may indeed have a nominee for that vacant seat on the Supreme Court. Let's head down to Washington now and Nancy Lions Hey,.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You so much for that update let's head down to Washington now Josh Wingrove is there White House correspondent for Bloomberg joining us from the White House a busy day to say the least this administration really on the front foot at this point trying to stem at least the market reaction and provide some reassurance to consumers and businesses out there just tell us that the latest obviously the big thing that a lot of people are going on to our check showing up in people's mailboxes how realistic is this where do we stand well I think it looks like it's going to slide into third bill the Senate looks poised to vote on the bill had already passed the house while they figure out what to put into the next one I mean in other words the big sort of mood big money items pertinent stuff including those checks will complete look like they're going to roll into the next piece of legislation and be a few days or more away what we know the administration is asked for is two rounds of checks two hundred fifty billion per round with a five hundred billion total sent directly to people be exact number sort of dollar value with both up in the air and looks like it could depend on your situation for instance are you lower income you might get more do you have kids you make it more so it's still up in the air the does could be bipartisan support on it the the administration's also asking for about three hundred billion for small businesses to sort of bridge themselves I guess one way or another through this if they can anyone of us to walk down the street in a major city right now knows what's coming down the pipe right now for restaurants bars shops all beefing their faith in it above a long spring with a revenue as well two hundred billion for bigger corporations clean fifty billion for airlines to try to get them through this so really a lot of moving parts on this president is also meeting early with nurses on the respondent is really ratcheted up the wartime language today that's been a bit of a tone change on trump things were at war with this virus I have to ask you yeah we are totally at war I feel like that is the new kind of how do you get your head around this the thing I want to ask you Josh I think there is an urgency to get programs designed to help individuals to help certainly the small business community whether to restaurants and others but we're dealing with big business companies big publicly held companies there are lots of questions you know I'm sure you've heard the stories about you know why do we bail out the airlines that when they got this big tax break they didn't use it to maybe build a safety net for themselves but instead they did buy back so I do wonder what's the balance of an urgency to get things done quickly because there are folks in small businesses that really need some help right now without doing maybe the wrong thing in terms of rescuing you know publicly held companies yeah I know I I I think absolutely we're going to hear a push back on that and I think that's why they're trying to tear it in other words it's not just a bail out of the whole of the airline but also you know paired with those checks to people but you know we're all we are hearing where Republican opposition the two that already and for getting into thinking there's some the new clientele yeah yeah the comedian elemental job is to spend the third issue is we've been on a moral hazard right you know you ballot this industry and then we have another crisis and then so what stops the government from bailing them out like where do you draw the line absolutely absolutely miss calls for instance that if you do stock buybacks or you get in that bill you should not be able to do further stock buyback right right trumped up really hasn't commented on that but I think I absolutely can be sensitive to this one of the weird things in there and talking about five hundred billion to people that is that if the president seeking election will sending checks to people and you might cringe and think of those checks are absolutely necessary but also be uncomfortable with the political dynamics of this he also doesn't want to lose you know going to religion is looking like he just bailed out a bunch of his buddies and you know in in companies that acted irresponsibly in the eyes of some people by doing stock buybacks and then the cupboard is bare when things took a turn I mean anyone who's watching what in particular the the airline stocks have done right you know so I I think I think it's an open question right now absolutely we do still have a little clarity all right well scalp has arrived tell me Carol master's house.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Very much John after a surprising American troops in Afghanistan at thanksgiving president Donald Trump headed back to the US for an extended holiday weekend it is resort in Florida president trump made his first visit to the site of America's longest war on Thursday but there's no where I'd rather celebrate this thanksgiving that right here with the toughest strongest best and bravest warriors on the face of the earth you are in the that Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove as more from bag remain field in Afghanistan it came here for a few hours or so the arrived did serve thanksgiving dinner to US troops were stationed here after that he met with the Afghanistan president during about bilateral meeting about the Taliban peace talks had resumes the president says the US wants the televangelist read to a ceasefire and will continue to reduce its troop commitment to the region China has reacted furiously after president trump signed two bills aimed at supporting human rights in on Kong trying to say is the implementation of the bills will undermine cooperation in important areas Hong Kong police into their blockade of a university campus today have to surround the good for twelve days to try to arrest anti government protesters hold up inside police removed a stash of nearly four thousand gasoline bombs left behind by protesters who fought battles around two weeks ago with the riot officers on surrounding streets standoff at Hong Kong polytechnic university was one of the most dramatic episodes in nearly six months of unrest that began in June gun rights advocates backed by president trouble but US Supreme Court clash over New York City restrictions on transporting fire arms will be a second amendment victory with the conservative majority strengthened by two trouble point he's the court on Monday will hear a case that could produce its first ruling bolstering gun rights since twenty ten over three million spectators turned out for the ninety third annual Macy's thanksgiving day parade in New York so.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Wall Street and that's good news from around the world this morning to say good morning to Bloomberg's Michael bar thank you very much John after surprising American troops in Afghanistan for thanksgiving president Donald Trump at it back to the US for an extended holiday weekend at his resort in Florida president trump made his first visit to the site of America's longest war on Thursday but there's no where I'd rather celebrate this thanksgiving that right here with the toughest strongest best and bravest warriors on the face of the earth you are in the that Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove has more from back room air field in Afghanistan up to for a few hours or so he arrived did serve thanksgiving dinner to US troops were stationed here after that he met with the Afghanistan president during about bilateral meeting about the Taliban peace talks had resumes the president says the US wants the Taliban to agree to a ceasefire and will continue to reduce its troop commitment to the region China has reacted furiously after president trump signed two bills aimed at supporting human rights in Hong Kong China says the implementation of the bills will undermine cooperation in important areas Hong Kong police ended their blockade of a university campus today after surrounding it for twelve days to try to arrest anti government protesters holed up inside police removed a stash of nearly four thousand gasoline bombs left behind by protesters fought pitched battles about two weeks ago with the right officers on surrounding streets the standoff at Hong Kong polytechnic university is one of the most dramatic episodes in nearly six months of unrest that began in June then rights advocates backed by president trump hope a US Supreme Court clash over New York City restrictions on transporting fire arms will be a second amendment victory with a conservative majority strengthened by to drop appointees the court on Monday we'll hear a case that could produce its first ruling bolstering gun rights since twenty ten over three million spectators turned out for the ninety third annual Macy's thanksgiving day parade in New York so great.

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Trudeau could lose power in Canada's election Monday

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Trudeau could lose power in Canada's election Monday

"And with just two days to go Canada election is still too close to call back just win growth has the latest Trudeau when his rivals are making their final push ahead of a comedian both on Monday and the Canadian leader is tied in the polls with his closest rival conservative leader and here however Trudeau could still stay in power even if he doesn't win as many seats because two of the smaller parties are more line with him and with the conservatives in Ottawa Josh Wingrove Bloomberg

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Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Says US Still Expects China to Visit for Trade Talks

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Says US Still Expects China to Visit for Trade Talks

"Out today I'm a little bit more optimism on the trade front Ted White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow saying the U. S. is still planning to host Chinese trade negotiators next month in Washington even so Bloomberg's White House reporter Josh Wingrove was telling us earlier things could really go in either direction next month but after that new round of terrorists is set to kick in so whether or not that happens we'll see there Kudlow also said the truck we could maybe why head off those terrorists if there is progress made in talks or that a lack of progress could make them even more even worse with the terrorists are set to go into effect September first by the way the commerce department is now slapping some more terrace this time four and a half billion worth on the cabinets imported from China or shot yeah that so get over to the former U. S. treasury secretary Larry summers we were talking to him yeah and he says that the labeling China a currency manipulator is quote problematic only let market forces operate no Chinese currency intervention no Chinese controls on the flow of capital the currency would fall very substantially so when you're propping up your currency if you're not running a trade surplus you're not manipulating the currency on any definition that is understood and accepted in the financial

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USMCA working groups get to it

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

05:14 min | 2 years ago

USMCA working groups get to it

"President trump says the new trade deal between the US Canada and Mexico will allow the three countries to compete as a region against the European Union and China the leaders of Mexico Canada and the U. S. have signed off on the U. S. M. C. a deal they did that late last year you knew that because they had those grueling talks leading up to it and now we can tell you Mexico is ratified it everybody's just waiting for the US and Canada to tie everything up in a neat little bow want to talk about this with Bloomberg news White House reporter Josh Wingrove joining us now to okay well let's just get a quick update on where things stand we know that Democrats had wanted to see some changes in the U. S. M. C. A. of that's going over to Congress so that they can ratify it where does that stand do you know they are under pressure from the trump administration and Republicans in the house of representatives to bring the war things are moving though with today was sold for a long time now to this wheels are turning America thinking you know what okay what do we need here but the big question is if there are changes that the Republican thing US trade representative Robert light highs or can give to the Democrats how do they give them can may work out a side deal with Mexico without reopening the deal the fear particularly among the Canadian who you try to re open the trade deal the whole thing could unravel so the U. S. in Congress all eyes are on them and how fast they can pass through straight deal because Canada will only pass it one four a and are in line with US I should say counted only gonna move as quickly as the US I want to get into that timeline in just a minute I first want to ask you about something the president said he was talking about this like a coalition about this regional competition sort of making an us against them argument when the US isn't just the United States this is not America first this is US Mexico and Canada together that doesn't really fall right in line with his more isolationist rhetoric that we've heard he why not heard the president use that kinda lame for you can recall that during these negotiations president talked often about Mexico and Canada were taking advantage of the U. S. he threatened to withdraw from the current north American free trade agreement and now you know and at the time a lot of the free trade advocates particularly interested applicant Republican circles we're saying like you know now let the weak are complex supply chains with Canada and Mexico let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater here you know this is important to give us a competitive footing against the E. U. against China you know going forward so it really is a notable change in tone you know he spent the last year and a half really taking a hammer to Canada Mexico during the trade negotiations and and now see them you know it's part of the team I guess but maybe that's just the way you negotiate yeah I I think you may be right about that he's also urging Congress to get this deal done before lawmakers leave for the a month long August recess and we've heard the vice president say we're going to have this done by the end of summer are they going to have it done by fall too early to say and I think there's a question you know with the thing that always comes down to the eleventh hour of Congress to do to a German the week of July twenty second at the end of that week they'll go for their summer break can they get it done by then you know he is speaking people yesterday basically the only thing it really did tell Democrats in Congress are me on that in terms of whether it's possible they think it would be kind of a heavy lift in other words possible but not likely necessarily the reason it matters is because we don't get it done by then Canada goes to election may lead back to be called into hamburger Canada's parliament is already adjourned to the call back at the wanted but one contender head that's it which in Canada would push until November or December to pass this thing and any targeting of twenty twenty election cycle very complicated that is why people are pushing for Congress to pass the US and heated summer youth if they don't comply is is that the lead any credence to the theory that the Democrats are intentionally dragging their feet or do they want to see this past as well is some democratic they wanted it internally many Republicans believe the polo three is Gregory feeding maybe doesn't want to give president trump you know win on this but there are looking ahead including about her light either that they're taking hold you will you know get better on the president trump put himself the same thing the thing fanatical will bring the potentially to the floor for a vote the president also said that he thinks that if he does bring it to a vote but it has enough votes to pass and we came from ministration officials really talking up the sort of Democrat friendly part of the deal provisions on environment provisions on labor rights strengthening Mexican labor right it's better it's funny because during negotiations all those weren't being the concern is really like seeing in the on on the table the routine at almost trillion in orchestra needless to a trade deal but now the thing that might actually

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's get you the showers top business stories and the markets. Asian stocks are slightly higher traders, waiting on the US jobs report, and the outcome of US Mexico talks vice President Mike Pence said that Washington was still planning to impose tariffs on Mexico next week, but there have been hints of a delayed that said Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove says, don't assume deal gets done. Sort of to and fro to last day, or so, where Mexico is come in made offers according to both sides, and come back in the next meeting with more. The US looks to be seeing how long bacon push that vice president Pence did strike a bit of an upbeat tone. Encouraged by some of the offers. But listen to all come down to President Trump says it's up to him. He's called himself harassment man he likes Harris. So it's up in the air right now. It's the weather makes go can do enough to hurt those terrorists from coming into five percent tariffs on Monday. Meantime, oil, powered higher after the Hinch emerged of that delay in tariffs WTI at three percent in US trading. Another a one percent higher here in Asia. Meantime, President Trump renewed his tariff threats against China speaking in France, the president said that he decide on the next round of tariffs after the g twenty summit at the end of the month. He said, I'll be meeting with president Xi and we'll see what happens. The meeting is often spoken about but still not yet confirmed in the markets today. We have a host of markets closed for the dragon boat holiday, Hong Kong, China, and also Taiwan. But the Nikkei is trading up half a percent similar gains for Australia and Singapore at the moment of three tenths of one percent yield on the ten year treasury steady at two point. One percent WTI crude fifty three eighteen a barrel. Global news twenty four hours a day live at tick tock on Twitter. I'm Brian Curtis reporting from Hong.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's get a check of how markets shaping up on the final trading day of the week here in Asia. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong. Brian julia. Thanks very much. We'll just taking a look at some of the markets just opening Singapore, for instance, trading doubt about a tenth of one percent. Taiwan is closed today, along with Hong Kong and the China markets for the dragon boat. Festival among other markets trading. The Nikkei is now up for tenths of one percent. Did have some economic data that was mixed Japanese wages falling a fourth consecutive month in April. It adds to concerns about the health of the economy. We've got that sales tax hike coming in October. Household spending though, did rise and I'll show you the Essex two hundred is trading up about a half of one percent. We had this little bit of opening the door little softening on the possibility of, of the tariffs on, on Mexico, maybe being extended or delayed from being imposed on on Monday. And what that brings to mind, then is with this minister with the meeting between finance ministers, and central Bank, governors at the g twenty and the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin sitting down with with governor, Ye gung, whether or not that opens up the possibility that they announced a new round of talks doesn't seem all that likely but investors definitely be mindful of that. And so we see a a little. Bit of positivity in the markets. Even with some markets trading lower Dalian, one hundred forty five euro at a dollar, twelve seventy five yards yet, sixty nine seventy four with dollar little softer here and gold stronger. That might be good for equities in the Asia Pacific down the road. And right now, we do see some trading here in China futures even though the China markets are running, but Singapore is and China futures are up three tenths of one percent, Doug to you. Well, as you pointed out, Brian equities here in the states extended gains late in the day onward, the US is weighing a delay in imposing tariffs on Mexico or Mexican imports Mexico's foreign minister confirmed an offer to place, six thousand troops at Mexico's border southern border with Guatemala. We spoke earlier with Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove. He said, the White House is really not assuming it's a done deal yet. Sort of, to and fro the last day, or so, where Mexico is coming made offers according to both sides, and come back in the next meeting with Moore. The US looks to be seeing how long bacon push that vice president Pence did strike a bit of an upbeat tone saying that he was encouraged by some of the offers. But listen, this will all come down to President Trump says it's up to him. He's called himself tariff man, he likes tariffs. So it's up in the air right now. It's weather Mexico can do enough to Vert those terrorists from coming into five percent tariffs on Monday. That is Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove at the White House. Juliet. Well watch for a decision from President Trump on whether to high tariffs on China later this month. Meeting.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right, it's our two of the program. We're an hour away from the open of cash markets in Tokyo Sydney, and Seoul, few joining us from the region. Good morning. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in New York, and I'm Rishaad Salamat at it because of the day, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. It is brought to you by interactive brokers, using technology, not mention to provide the global trading platform for managing investment portfolios at the lowest cost learn how to lower your costs to maximize your returns IB KO dot com. Okay, let's find out what the trading days likely to hold for us in Asia. Here is rank on all right. Let's take a look the Asian markets because stocks do look set to follow the US higher, there is this little bit of optimism that we will. See delay in the tariffs on Mexico. It's not that a deal is nigh, but Bloomberg news has reported that Mexico is pushing for more time to negotiate treasuries rose, and speculation that the central banks will stay pretty dovish here, at least tilted in that direction, as a trade war, jeopardizes growth. The euro rallied ECB president Mario Draghi was was touting somewhat better than expected. First-quarter data to hear the numbers, the S and P five hundred up six tenths of one percent. The Dow up one hundred eighty one points that was a gain of seven tenths of a percent. Futures are a little iffy here. Maybe edging a little higher. Australian futures up about four tenths of one percent. China futures are higher. And Hang Seng index futures are lower, but both of those markets closed for the dragon boat festival today and the Nikkei looks like an open about seventy points higher. Let's take a look at some other numbers dollar yen, one hundred thirty nine the euro is trading at the moment, dollar, twelve seventy eight oil price fifty to ninety six big jump three percent or so for oil today. Yield on the tenure two point one one percent as treasuries advanced, Doug over to you. Well, Bryan as you indicated the equity market here in the states extended gains late in the day onward the US is weighing a delay in imposing tariffs on Mexican imports. We spoke earlier on the program with Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove. He's at the White House, and he told us it doesn't look close yet. Well, they've had is sort of, to and fro the last day or so, where Mexico is come in made offers according to both sides and come back to the next meeting with Moore. The US looks to be seeing how long bay can push that vice president Pence did strike a bit of an upbeat tone saying that he was encouraged by some of the offers. But listen, this will all come down to President Trump says it's up to him. He's called himself tariff. Man he likes Harris. So it's up in the air right now. The weather Mexico can do enough to Vert those terrorists from coming into five percent tariffs on Monday. All right. That is Bloomberg. Josh Wingrove at the White House for shot right now. Just what decision from President Trump on whether to hike tariffs on China later this month. Meeting with.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg's good morning. You sat in Thailand, a political party linked to exiled former prime. Mhm minister tuction watch could be dissolved my court late today. Bloomberg's around e thank night says this is for violating rules that prohibit using the Royal family in election campaigning. Dissolution could hurt efforts by toxins allies to maximize vote ahead of the March twenty four election, and it could boost a pushed by the titans to return as premier in Bangkok Randy tanto night. Bloomberg daybreak Europe in Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor opens party appears to be on track to be expelled from the European Union's largest political grave. Bloomberg's Zoltan Shimin reports Manfred Weber do European People's Party lead candidate in legislative elections said time was running out for or bound to prove he still wants to be part of the group is conditions include an apology from the liberal leader for running an anti you campaign in Budapest Zoltan Shimon, Bloomberg daybreak Europe in Canada, the political scandal surrounding prime minister Justin Trudeau continues to. Swell. Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove says acquaintances could threaten his hope of reelection a top aide to Justin Trudeau testified way to say about the former attorney general and the ongoing saga over whether she was pressured to help major construction company Gerald butts said he never knew minister Jodie Wilson rebelled had ruled out aid or that she was bothered by ongoing discussions until after she was shuffled out of her dream job in Ottawa. Josh Wingrove, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And President Trump has said he would be very disappointed if North Korea is confirmed to be rebuilding a rocket launch site. Sounds like images published yesterday suggests Pyongyang is restoring a cited a pledge to scrap last year talks between Trump and North Korean leader Kim, Jon breakdown at a summit in Vietnam last week cable news, twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries and the guarantee this is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks so much leeann. Now, the sports news. With Joe Rawson,.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You, Doug Christner. And we are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, we mentioned a moment ago that speakers at this year's conservative political action conference have been citing the new NAFTA agreement as one of President Trump's accomplishments one of his kept campaign promises. But there could be some trouble ahead. Bloomberg news. Canada. Reporter Josh Wingrove is on the line with us from Ottawa. And Josh there could be an issue over medals tariffs. Yeah. So I think there sort of warning signs in all three countries that the US MCA or candidates calling. The. Please don't confuse me. The new NAFTA. I think it's easiest way to think about it. The new NAFTA could get delayed if the US doesn't lift the steel and aluminum terrace it levied on Canada and Mexico. Well, I had a bunch of other countries, but Canada, Mexico or the operative ones here and there's warnings from Canada. The Canada might say, you know, we're not going to start moving this trade deal through parliament to ratify it so long as you're hitting us with these tariffs. So there's there's sort of a an ongoing question is can the country's strike some kind of deal, or at least twist one arm or the other to get rid of the terrorists in which case trade deal might have a lot more smooth sailing, or will they will the Trump administration in particular, President Trump himself tariff, man again and not wanna do that. Okay. So what are the prospects? Well, I think it depends. Republicans are the ones making noises on this. And members of Trump's own administration have said that there's conversations going. It sounds like the more kind of free trade. Eighty types to the extent that they are in the administration are trying to convince the president the problem is that the tariffs. Changed quite a bit. If you exclude Canada, which is the number one source of both those metal imports to the US. So candidates addition on this is that US should simply and the terrorists. And if they do it will lift its retaliatory tariffs, which are on US steel US, aluminum, but other US products like bourbon, for instance, catch-up motorboats back kind of thing. Okay. The US might wanna quota hold that thought. Josh hold that thought. Josh if you will we want to go live now to eleanor's Elmendorf base in Alaska where President Trump has stopped to refuting his to repeal his plane, and he's making some comments. Listen.

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"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"josh wingrove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More closely. Thanks so much. Josh. That's Bloomberg news Canada. Reporter Josh Wingrove coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power in law. President Trump's trade war has sparked a surge in lobbying in the fight over his tariffs. That's next. What effect does that having? This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg market minute. You an stunks modestly lower as better than expected earnings reports from IBM and Proctor and gamble did little to onset concerns. They global growth is slowing. The downtown's industrial average is down seventy six points to twenty four thousand three hundred eighty seven s and p five hundred down eighteen points. The NASDAQ slipping fifty eight west Texas intermediate dropping over one and a half percent to fifty two oh five a barrel. It's date thirty three the partial government shutdown and White House council of economic advisers chair Kevin has it says if the shutdown extends through March there's a chance of zero economic expansion this quarter in deal news. Viacom wants more of the fast growing video streaming business. So it's buying Pluto TV, but three. Hundred and forty million dollars. Donna Wilson, Bloomberg radio sweet strawberry icing, you're in goodwill and just past that vintage denim jacket. You start miniature doughnut earings you.

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NAFTA deal now USMCA: US and Canada agree to replace trade pact

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:00 min | 3 years ago

NAFTA deal now USMCA: US and Canada agree to replace trade pact

"Let's also talk through then our top stories we've already talked about or mentioned it the US and Canada. Have agreed to a trade deal that preserves a three way block with Mexico that the accord replaces NAFTA a needs to be signed by the three countries leaders by the end of November. Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove has the latest now from Ottawa. This would be the biggest hurdle cleared yet in a year of NAFTA talks congress wants a three country deal. So having all three countries on side is huge. And it's not over yet. The next step will be ratifying it in particular in the US congress. We don't really know which one probably the next congress. And so they're out of the woods yet. But getting a deal to US and candidates on is a huge step after a year of talks. All right. So what does the US MCA stunned four? Well, this new deal will be called the US Mexico Canada agreement or US MCA for short. Yeah. I'm just gonna call it the deal the deal between North

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Ailing Motorcycle Industry Could Be Canary in Coal Mine for Automakers – Part Two

Laura Ingraham

04:45 min | 3 years ago

Ailing Motorcycle Industry Could Be Canary in Coal Mine for Automakers – Part Two

"Seventeen past the hour right now we'll get you back to bloomberg politics policy power in law in just a moment we're seeing the equities trade higher on this the final day of the second quarter pretty upbeat with the dow ahead by one percent right now in the broader market financials leading the gains this is after the big banks promised to return records amounts of cash to their shareholders as five hundred is better by about eight tenths of one percent nasdaq composite is up six tenths of one percent right now the canadian government has finalized tariffs on us products they're worth a total of twelve point six billion now that amount mirrors those imposed by the trump administration fiat chrysler is preparing to adjust its manufacturing footprint should president trump's trade tactics result in higher auto tariffs or the collapse of existing trade agreements we were talking with bob lee he is the head of chrysler is power train group he told us contingency planning has been happening on a massive scale crude oil new york is up by more than one percent wti for the week is higher by about seven percent you know that's the biggest weekly gain we've seen in about two months the driver well a lot of concern still about supply disruptions particularly from libya and iran us ten year treasury right now with a yield of two point eight three percent black back to bloomberg politics policy power and law thank you doug well as you as we've been reporting the canadian government has announced its final list of tariffs for us imports of goods shipped from the united states to canada in retaliation the president's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum from canada and for more on this story we want to bring in our bloomberg news canadian economy and politics reporter josh wingrove so josh i know that there were some things that were on the initial list and there were some things that made the final cut walk us through it yeah i mean look pretty much the same there's nothing that's gonna hit a new one knock them out of their share but beer kegs for instance not on the list mustard certain jams so there's sort of consumer goods to nail down but fundamentally the bulk of the list is on of course steele in aluminum and it was the us tariffs on canadian feeling they're responding to in the first place of canada as a counterpart i think the big question is whether donald trump will view it as an escalation josh do canadians support the pace of these retaliatory tariffs yeah are hoping it was going quicker polling of sort of public large show is very popular support of course donald trump is not popular in canada so things that go against trump are popular but you know specifically like the field producers wondered why did they pick a month candidate took a month respond to take the us one winning on june first and they're all saying canada has to do more to stop others steal maybe from china or brazil turkey that might end up being dumped in canada instead of maybe the us where we're headed in the first place so mixer support and frankly calls to do more although some of the people affected by the tariffs that are coming in on sunday you know it's going to hurt them people like boat dealers and that kind of thing we're now see the stuff they sell have a tariff nearby from the provider of course when we talked to you we always want to find out if there are any conversations going on at all between the two sides canadians and the us and also if there are any negotiations going on in the context of the nafta talks yeah yeah i'm reminded of a scene from one of the batman movies where he sort of crumpled paper and throws it against the wall and says you know the search is ongoing they had no at bats word after talks are right now you know they they are stalled with a mexican election on sunday the same day canada tests kick in mexico will go to the polls though i think we're going to see them pick up when the new mexican you know president and his team are identified but they don't take power quite away right away so we don't really know how that's going to shake out i don't think really anyone is expecting much too soon on nafta i'll have to watch batman before i speak to you again josh but so about the.

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Novartis chairman says Alcon worth $20 billion-$30 billion: Finanz und Wirtschaft

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

04:03 min | 3 years ago

Novartis chairman says Alcon worth $20 billion-$30 billion: Finanz und Wirtschaft

"Us yeah based on building while list of retaliatory tariffs is after the us up twenty five percent deal and ten percents meeting aluminum candidates that about a month ago listen you know respond dollar per dollar us steel aluminum but also consumer good washing machines the motorboats they sort of put out there for consultation stayed we got the final lists no real surprises that is going to gain on july first days from now which is also today national holiday birthday for the country so countershock you're fat obviously or we're going to be following this a whole lot more as the show progresses bloomberg news ca canada economy and politics reporter josh wingrove be joining us later on in the program as we continue here to digest these newly announced retaliatory tariffs from canada thanks for coming on in the meantime in straight ahead here on bloomberg politics policy power law democrats take aim at dark money as the party looks for a midterm campaign pitch i we get the latest world and national headlines nancy lyons in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks nathan president trump will soon be making remarks about the six month anniversary of his tax cuts and jobs act he's expected to applaud the measure for bringing bigger paychecks most americans authorities in annapolis maryland say the suspect in the shooting at the capital gazette newsroom wanted to kill as many people as he could police chief timothy altamaari just briefed reporters on the latest information in the case it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago and a bail hearing today the suspect jared rome ramos was ordered to remain in jail he appeared via video feed it took a marathon meeting that lasted into the wee hours of the morning but the european union has agreed to measures to stem the flow of migrants bloomberg's maria today oh is in brussels and spoke earlier on bloomberg television european leaders have agreed to create migrant control centers they don't want to camps but essentially put it as officials are gonna decide hookah qualify for his signing and those who did not her to be sent back to their countries and then a crucial point and the deal if a country that's a reference to actually feels of overwhelmed by the flow of migrants the other european nations are going to have to step in and distribute the migrant quota german chancellor angela merkel had been under intense pressure to find a breakthrough to stave off a government crisis at home well immigration will be the focus of more than six hundred rally scheduled across the us tomorrow organizers say their protests press protesting the separation of families global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll overstock shares surged eighteen percent earlier today the most since december last year the internet retailer says it's crypto currency unit t zero signed a letter of intent with hong kong based p e firm gs sr to buy one hundred sixty million dollars worth of tokens the company's ceo says it is also considering expanding warehouse and fulfillment centers across the us novartis is new ceo is making another big deal we get details from bloomberg's ed corry less than half way through his first year on the job vase narrow is planning a third major transaction to narrow the company's focus on developing cutting edge medicines swiss drugmaker said today it will spin off its alcon eye care unit while using proceeds from the thirteen million dollars sale of its stake to consumer health joint venture with glaxosmithkline to repurchase up to five billion dollars in shares neurotic says he's also looking outside the company to broaden its gene therapy program concentrating on cancer neuroscience and ophthalmology ed corry bloomberg radio.

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G-7 summit: Trump wages war north of the border

Bloomberg Markets

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

G-7 summit: Trump wages war north of the border

"President donald trump has said that russia should be allowed back into the g eight block as he flies to the g seven summit in quebec and here to tell us more about this meeting and the countries attending is josh wingrove bloomberg news canada economy reporter he's based in ottawa he joins us now josh thanks very much for being with us.

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