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"judge president trump" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Unemployed workers. Good afternoon. I'm Jennifer Hodges Case. CBS News time 3 31. CBS News Special Report. Democrats and Republicans say an agreement has been reached on a new covert aid package. After weeks of intense bipartisan negotiation, the leadership of both chambers. As well as the White House have reached an agreement on an emergency federal relief package. Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer tonight on Capitol Hill. As the two sides apparently have a deal on the package worth nearly $900 million isn't least begins was getting the relief The American people need, University of Virginia professor Larry Sabotage says. This is one time Democrats and Republicans came together. It's the nature of the two parties. They agree on very little, and you'd have to say they're reflecting the American public. Because the public is also deeply divided and seems to agree on very little. The deal will include $600 direct stimulus payments to most Americans right now, the actual vote appears to be set for tomorrow. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. CBS News time. 3 32 As Our News Watch continues, the group of scientists put together by California and other Western states has recommended the Mader Niko Vid 19 vaccine confirming the decision by the FDA. In a statement, the Western States Scientific Safety Review work group said they believe the vaccine Is safe and effective. The work group of scientists was put together by California, Washington, Nevada and organ to independently review. The FDA is actions when it comes to Corona virus vaccines. So what does the approval of the cove in 19 vaccine actually mean for frontline health care workers will likely be able to double the amount of people that we were plans of action. E. Peter Chan Hong is a professor of medicine and infectious disease specialists at UCSF. Having both vaccines means bigger numbers across the board, but not necessarily options. Initially, people won't have a choice is not like going to the bakery and choosing one piece three of the other. It's just a numbers game. At the beginning. Unfortunately, the so already you'll be a signed line in vaccination and whatever product is on in stock will be the one you get. Madonna vaccine is expected to arrive in California early next week as the virus surges throughout California Public health officials are also warning of a growing increase in covert fatigue. KCBS is Listen, John report. Stay home Now You can go out now Stay home again. It's confusing and frustrating. I think a lot of people have had difficulties kind of figure out where we going here. And why are we doing this differently? Now? One day the park's open next to the parks are closed. One day the salons are open the next day, they're closed. Larry Gerston Santos, a State university political science professor emeritus and KCBS political analyst, says people who are following the rules are angry because California we've seen a number of cases where our leaders who are asking us to make sacrifices, go ahead and violate their own rules. Local and state leaders are trying to continually adjust Covitz safety rules as the pandemic continues to spread. How will history Judge President Trump's leadership on the covert 19 crisis? I think that's part of the reason that President Trump lost a few weeks ago. Let's say John KCBS. House training your new puppy. That is our topic today on Animal update with Dr Jennifer Scarlet, president of the San Francisco S P C, A. And on Jeff Bill, Doctor Scarlett. So many people have adopted puppies during this pandemic that we're now hearing about pandemic poppies. Let's start by Asking you to tell us about how adoptions air going. Oh, thank you. Jeff. Adoptions are going really well, We've we've the number of people who are wanting to adopt. Not only puppies or kittens has just been incredible. So thank you to everyone who has adopted and if you're waiting to adopt, please keep trying, But they're very strong Jeff, one of the biggest concerns of new puppy parents, and rightfully so, is House trading. What's the best way to go about doing that? The best way to go about doing this is one is our own mindset. So just as we wouldn't go out to work in the yard in our dry cleaning clothes, remove all the things that are going to be heartbreaking if they're staying, so if you have a valuable rugs, get your mindset in the right place and know that You know as puppies. They're unable to hold it if they need to urinate or defecate until they're about three months old, So there's going to be accidents and think about house training puppies is given as many chances to do the right thing. Take them out, often give him lots of rewards when they do it, and how should we react if our puppy does, in fact, have an accident of the house? It's a really young. The best thing you can do is just gently picked them up and put him on the P pat or take them outside. Do not scold them. And the reason for that is if you start doing that. Hide so again thinking about where they are physiologically, just giving him a smelly chances to do the right thing. And celebrating the right thing will get you to a puppy that goes outside all the time In no time that is Animal update with Dr Jennifer Scarlett of the San Francisco S P C. A. I'm Jeff Bell KCBS case. CBS News Time. 3 36 Animal Updated sponsored by the Barnes firms supporting the nonprofit organization shelter to Soldier My Identity's been taken.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"From S R n news. MSR in news. I'm John Scott as she begins making the rounds this week on Capitol Hill Supreme Court nominee Amy Cody Barrett getting the cold shoulder from one prominent Democrat Bob Agnew. Reports Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer says he won't meet with the judge President Trump selected to replace Ruth Bader Ginsberg. He tweets I'm not going to meet with Judge Barrett. Why would I meet with a nominee of such an illegitimate process? And one who is determined to get rid of the affordable care act. Meetings are not required, but do offer lawmakers a chance to question the Supreme Court nominee before a high profile public hearing begins. But Wagner reporting President Trump Smith this morning an informal preparations for the first debate with Joe Biden no longer more formal preparation sessions set for this afternoon once he arrives in Cleveland. 1990 minute debate, the first between the two also, what s our news? Dot coms in New York City voters ever seen absentee ballots with the wrong names and addresses on the return envelopes. Of all the ballots were sent to an unknown number of voters in Brooklyn and Could result in some ballots being voided if voters signed their own name on return envelopes bearing different names. One official says the proper balance and envelopes will get the voters before the November 3rd election. Consumer confidence posed to solid game this month, Shelly Adler reports US consumer confidence rebounded more quickly in September than most economists had expected. However, it remains far from the levels that were the norm before the pandemic. The conference for It says its consumer confidence index rose sharply by 15 points, largely due to a more favorable view on current business and labor market conditions. Consumer confidence is closely watched for signals about consumer spending that accounts for 70% of U. S economic activity. I'm Shelly Adler on Wall Street stocks are now mixed. Down down 54 points. The NASDAQ is ahead a couple of points..

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Americans widely oppose reopening most businesses, despite easing of restrictions in some states

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:43 min | 10 months ago

Americans widely oppose reopening most businesses, despite easing of restrictions in some states

"Well as Americans staged protests to re open the country a new Washington post university of Maryland poll of more than a thousand adult shows many others are opposed to it out of fear of contracting coronavirus let's go deeper life now with Washington post chief correspondent Dan Balz Dan great to have you about half the states now in this country have eased restrictions but how are folks feeling about going to shopping malls restaurants things like that I guess I would say their responses not so fast I mean when we when we ask people for example should these various entities be open when we asked about eight different kinds of places restaurants barber shops nail salons retail stores gyms etcetera in each case a majority of Americans said they should not be allowed to be open at this point wow what did they say about where we are in the pandemic to most think that the worst is behind us and does that depend at all on age or even political party affiliation well I mean the reality is that most people do not think that the worst is behind us when we asked about this just thirty one percent to seven percent agreed with the statement that the worst is behind us another thirty percent said the worst is happening now but thirty eight percent the work said the worst is yet to comment it does very there's you know there's some political overlay of that Republicans tend to be a little bit more optimistic about where things are but another isn't the degree to which people feel concerned about whether they could catch the virus to become seriously ill also has an influence on how people kind of perceived where things are and then how do folks feel about the response to the pandemic on both the federal and state levels well it's consistent with what we've seen over the last month this is the third pole that we've done over a matter of weeks in each case the governors get very high marks seventy to seventy eight percent of the country it says that the governors are doing a very good job alright we'll have responded to this smartly where is the words but the view of the president is that his response he gets a that number latest poll forty four percent say it's either an excellent or good in fifty six percent say not so good or poor that's about what it is been over the last few weeks and just lightly lower than it was a week ago but not significantly but there is a consistent gap between how people are judging the governor of their state versus how they're judging president trump hi Dan always great to have you thanks so much that's Dan Balz chief correspondent at The Washington

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Delay or Hold Primaries: Can the 2020 Election Be Safeguarded Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Morning Edition

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Delay or Hold Primaries: Can the 2020 Election Be Safeguarded Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic?

"Like so much of life that is unclear right now we don't really know how the corona virus pandemic is going to affect the presidential campaign in the weeks and months to come last night it might have been the last big night of primaries for a while one state Ohio postponed voting altogether in the states that did go forward Arizona Illinois and Florida it was Joe Biden's night NPR's national political correspondent Mara lysine joins us now hi Mara hi Rachel so besides delaying primaries which is significant how is the pandemic transforming the presidential race at this point I think it's transforming it in a profound way but we don't know exactly what the effect will be when people start dying and losing their jobs in large numbers and how voters will judge president trump's leadership in this crisis we do know that in the democratic primary the endemic has turned out to be another advantage for Joe Biden who has stressed his experience and talked every single day about how he would lead the country in this crisis and he gave a victory speech by live stream from his house in Delaware last night and here's what he said this is a moment where we need our leaders to lead but it's also a moment where the choices and decisions we make as individuals are going to collectively impact on what happens make a big difference in the severity of this outbreak in the ability of our medical hospital systems to handle it he never mentioned president trump's name last night in that speech but it was pretty clear the contrast he was

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"judge president trump" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Bloomberg getting three votes one each for senator Bernie Sanders and former mayor Pete but a judge president trump at a rally in Manchester asking independents to vote for the weakest Democrat flooding in the deep self gets worse water breaching a levy Monday night in Carthage Mississippi flooding several homes were looking at a flash flood watch in effect heavier rain is going to be north of interstate twenty and expecting an additional three to five inches of rainfall mineralogist JP dies with fox affiliate WBRC in Birmingham says that's on top of the three to four inches of rain that fell Monday Erica's listening to fox your home for fox news on the radio Twin Cities news talk dot com the Coast insider club is a must have feature for all coast to coast AM was supposed to close a M. dot com to sign up today you'll sleep like a baby knowing you'll never miss your favorite guest or topics ever again remember a one year subscription comes out to only fifteen cents a day sign up today at close to close to a dot com it's this the he's a the we go to this one and this is in this is coast to coast AM with George Noory the life changing science of spontaneous healing remarkable stories doctor Jeffrey Roediger with us and we're going to take calls with Jeffrey next hour perhaps stories as well just an amazing situation and who knows what kind of calls we will get all the.

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Here's how much each 2020 candidate raised in the 4th quarter

America's Morning News

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Here's how much each 2020 candidate raised in the 4th quarter

"On the stump Vermont senator Bernie Sanders as he took in more than thirty four point five million October through December showing that recent heart attack hasn't slowed his fundraising down Joe Biden's presidential campaigns as it raised twenty two point seven million in the final quarter and people who judge says he raised twenty four point seven million Sanders campaign manager of fast secure says Sanders hall is notable considering he's not holding any high dollar fund raisers or considering any super pacs like judging by what happens if you win the nomination are you gonna be able to sustain that against president trump and will you hold firm in not changer for and fund raising strategy should Sanders become the nominee we will hold firm will not change a damn thing it is working and the reason is working as a working class believes in Donald in Bernie Sanders to defeat Donald Trump you've got somebody who has built a vast grassroots network has been fighting for the working classes built this credibility and we're not gonna go into a general election is suddenly claiming that we're gonna need money from millionaires and billionaires we don't need that money in fact with fifty million contributions which we think we can get at twenty twenty five Bucks a pop you have over a billion dollars enough to find a presidential campaign enough to fight for the working class who needs a champion for them who knows Donald Trump has betrayed them so if you have people who judge Joe Biden telling you that they need to cook house how at the altar of the rich to fundraise the general election they're wrong we are upending those notions you can find this totally in a grassroots way and the problem with it it to Joe Biden said people just anybody else who wants to go count out the alter the rates they are telling you that those people who have enormous power influence over our ACAN economy right now over political system right now we'll continue to have that influence when they're in the White House why do you think they give that money that is that is money in an effort to buy influence over the political process and so they're gonna tell you to go to a fund raise what that what that comes with his other gonna have influence over your health care policy that have influence of your environmental policy they have influence over every kind of falls within the federal government in even the people who serve in government that's something Bernie Sanders has always rejected and he does so in in a way that I think the working class completely believes and that he will be a very different president who would organize the presidency in a very different way than we've seen in recent history all right so Sanders taking in thirty four point five million outpacing abiding in booted judge president trump for his part his reelection committee announced raising forty six million in the fourth quarter of twenty nineteen a lot of that off

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Beto, Japan And President discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Beto, Japan And President discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"Lexical. oh that was part of last night's big democrat presidential debate in miami another debate tonight in miami in the magic city new jersey senator corey booker was the most searched candidate he also got the most time on stage most facetime more than any other candidate during last night's presidential debate google trends analyzed what people were searching the most is the debate was going on and they found that the former secretary of u._s. housing and urban development houlihan castro surged as the debate went on some candidates answered questions in spanish as you heard beto do their a search for english translations also surged during the debate the second debate with another ten democrats is tonight at nine o'clock and among the top candidates on stage will be former vice president joe biden vermont senator bernie sanders california senator camel harris and south bend indiana mayor p buddha judge president trump while on his way to japan for the g twenty summit tweeted boring during the democrat debate he's now wheels down in

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"judge president trump" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"ABC New York humulus station. president reacts g. twenty preview i'm elliot francis as ten democratic candidates gathered on the n._b._c. hosted debate stage wednesday night president trump joined millions of americans who were focused on the video screens correspondent karen keva has more on the president's rach person not on the stage yet still very present president donald trump donald trump just sits in the white house and gloat about what's going on the biggest threat to security united states donald trump but it appears that president trump was watching the democratic debates or at least a portion of it according to his twitter feed each weeded at one point boring apparently a reference to the field of democratic candidates and also chided n._b._c. four some technical difficulties during the broadcast as for the official response from the trump twenty twenty campaign they released a statement in which they said that the debate was perhaps the best argument for the president's reelection in miami i'm karen case thursday including vice president joe biden bernie sanders harris in south bend in the mayor buddha judge president trump is on his way to japan for the annual conference of leaders from the g twenty nations bob costantini ism asaka with more than president is coming here on his mind tariffs on so many nations including the european union china that it's hard to keep track of it all our threats of new tariffs on european cars imported to the u._s. he says the policy of pushing tariffs to the limit is working japan asaka.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of child sex abuse the additional charges against Dr Arnn asto Torres coming after eleven more victims came forward, the chairman of the House Judiciary committee, threatening a former White House counsel with contempt of congress. If he doesn't show up. For today's hearing on the special counsel's report, president Donald Trump's former counsel. Don Mcgann says he is not coming after being told by Trump to defy these subpoena. Trump's latest rebuff is fueling more discussion among some House Democrats to open impeachment hearings against the president, President Trump rally last night in Montoursville, Pennsylvania. Fox News has recently been hosting town halls with some of the democrat presidential candidates and Sunday night. The network featured a town hall with south bend, Indiana. Mayor Pete Buddha. Judge President Trump, who appears frequently on Fox News himself said he watched the town hall, and a mock FOX for having Democrats on. Did you see this guy night, I did want to watch you always have to watch the competition? If you call it that he was not going to hell out of FOX, and FOX's. But if somebody's going to have to explain the whole. Fox deal to me. Luda judge is a Harvard graduate and Rhodes scholar, who served the US navy reserve and deployed to f ghanistan. Look at your sports, in just a moment..

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"judge president trump" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A crucifix reporter Robert Hartmann with the Daily Mail. There's still no word on a cause. For the fire though, it is widely believed to have been a construction accident to French billionaires pledged three hundred million euros to start the cathedral's rebuilding fund. Democrats say they're desperate to beat Donald Trump in twenty twenty. But so far they're not putting their money where their mouths are. All together. Democrat candidates raised about seventy five million dollars during the first quarter. That's less than the party raise during the same period in two thousand eight Bernie Sanders led the way with eighteen million dollars followed by. Comma, Harris, Beto Rourke and Pete Buddha. Judge President Trump Trump's them all raising thirty million dollars by himself. A man walking down the street in his neighborhood in Germantown says he was knocked down to the ground and robbed by two men who didn't like his make America. Great again hat. The suspect rob demand and fled on foot. Police say they tried to hide among a group of kids playing basketball that didn't work the two suspects. Both in their twenties charged with robbery assault and related crimes. Checking your money. The Dow opens at twenty six three eighty five the NASDAQ seventy nine seventy six in sports monster by AAA the capitals are brought back to earth shut out by the hurricanes. Five nothing in their worst playoff loss in six years. Coach Todd Reardon we didn't deserve to win. So they they pushed and. We didn't push back. The caps lead the series two games to one game force Thursday night. The nets had the night off. They host the giants tonight. The Orioles blasted the Red Sox up next, traffic and weather as mornings on the mall continues on one point nine FM and AM six thirty WMA L save up to seventy dollars.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Very good David in irrelevant. President Trump identify himself as a nationalist the other day right in the media went to a complete meltdown. Judge President Trump in this populist movement in the populist movement worldwide judged by their actions held them accountable. We're not perfect people are trying to figure this out to go. But I will tell you one thing the little guy this about the little guy versus the elites the little guy identifies with that whether it's in Hungary, whether it's an Italy, whether it's in Brazil, whether it's in the United States of America. The future obviously belongs to populism. It's only going to be defined by left wing populism or conservative and right wing populism. Is it about deconstructing administrative state and opening up the power of capitalism, or is it going to be about more state intervention in your entire life because that is going to be the future the battle going for the United States is against the Bernie Sanders in the in the Cory booker's and Elizabeth Warren in that aspect of the Democratic Party that grows and shrinks every day the resistance. That's the reality. The rest of us. Just happy talk. Doesn't look beyond the smears the signal in the noise look at the signal look at the actions look at bringing people in look how this populist movement will reach out and take the economic nationalist in the Bernie Sanders movement. Look how we will go in accommodate and bring in a third of the African American vote in our country, something the Republican party for decades and decades and decades talked about it never did look at right now. I think it's forty percent the poll today forty percent of Hispanics agreed with what President Trump's doing on the border because they understand they bear the burden of the solutions of that. I'm the same President Trump's perfect. He wouldn't say perfect. He's a very imperfect instrument..

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"judge president trump" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Starr on the uproar over Matthew Whitaker selected as the acting. Attorney general Whitaker chief of staff for sessions and former US attorney excuse me and Iowa big guy for Iowa football player. Good person. I had the chance to have lunch with them about four weeks ago. I guess with null Francisco in attorney general sessions. And yet, George Conway Nico. Neil Patel wrote a piece yesterday Kellyanne Conway's husband that this is not only an illegal move by the administration to slot Whittaker in as acting AG, but it's unconstitutional. Oh, really former attorney general Mike Casey joins us. Now. We're also getting getting talk about the peace heat co-authored about Jeff Sessions, and saluting Jeff Sessions, which I couldn't agree more with. But I will talk about this acting attorney general issue judge. How are you? It's great to see her yesterday at the court. It was great to see you. Although there was a kind of sad irony in the fact that Matt Whitaker moved the reading of the commission of Justice cavenaugh that was signed by Jeff Sessions. Yeah. No, it was it was it was odd. I mean, it was odd. But it was wonderful for brat. But it was just it was amazing to sit there and you see Whitaker sitting at the table next to franscisco. And then the president walks in the the, you know, the now departed White House counsel sitting there and pretty much everyone else all the justices, obviously except for Ginsburg, which is also odd because she's in the hospital having a bad fall the night before don't get rod Rosenstein who was also sitting at the rod Rosenstein, who I had a chance to talk to who couldn't be nicer. I've gotta say very nice guy. It was it was wild. But okay, let's get into this. And explain it in a way that people across the country can understand we've got millions of people listening across the country. Now, why is this controversial? It's controversial. I think because the attorney general is a significant officer of the United States and generally officers of the United States other than inferior. Officers are supposed to be appointed with the advice and consent of the Senate that was the point that that Neil catch on and and George Conway made in that in that column and so because they're slotting him in. He is not somebody who has been appointed. With the advice of the Senate race some concerns. There are people available who have been appointed with the advice consent of the Senate. Although obviously, not as general deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, and as you mentioned, the the solicitor general who was also appointed with the advice instead of the side. So we have Whitaker. Who now he's very well liked. I think he's well respected who has said things on television that generally seem very supportive of the president and somewhat critical of the of this mother investigation, but not overly. So I would say he made points that. Well, the president has a congress has thirty to kind of defend what Muller's doing and there's there are ways to affect Mahler. But I didn't think it was necessarily all that controversial what he said he was making kind of not at all. And it was it was it was abstract. He was talking about what can be done not what should be done. And in any event. He is a member. If he's properly appointed, obviously, he's a member of an administration. So the administration of the president. Well, what they say in the in the op-ed judges that anything that Whitaker does is lax validity. Now. Now, how would that even be? How would that be challenged? I guess. Challenge by him doing something by him doing something that either, you know. You know to somebody or or or somebody? Who is subject to an objection? By somebody's got standing who. Could then bring a lawsuit and challenge the actor. So a migrant for instance, in one of the caravans a federal court has already said that they can you know, has already allowed a lawsuit to go forward. And so that's that's ongoing. Some it may be some other migrant or someone saying, well, we don't like what you're doing on these asylum rules that they announced yesterday new asylum proposed rule and challenge at work. The whole array of settings in which that could arise any any action that he took the action that was they could be done only by the attorney general. I think that the objection arises only when you're talking about what are called non delegated duties delegated duties, he can he can do. But there's stuff that's. That if he's not properly appointed can't it seems that this was this was easily avoidable. I mean, I I don't particularly in really no claim to know what the right answer is here. But if it's. Avoidable. I mean, there are probably a lot of people you could have put in as acting attorney general in the report is already underway. It's being written. Now the mother so why why did why did they do this? I wonder I mean again, I like him. He seems like a really good guy. But why create another problem for yourself? Well, again, I I don't have the I don't have the mind reading booth. I can't. I can't read the president. But. If if the reports that that that Whitaker was somebody who was a supporter of the president's positions. Artem people leave then obviously want somebody in there who supports his positions. And for all we know maybe maybe conceived as kind of. For a long-term appointment, although he could not be nominated Wadi was acting. That's another issue if he was an acting officer, then he can't be nominated to fill the position you have to slide over and make room for somebody else in that in that event. So it was a lot of moving parts I noticed, and I'm sure you did judge that the last person to come in before the president. I believe last attendee of the investiture of Kavanagh the court yesterday was Lindsey Graham, so Lindsey was Lindsey has been joined at the hip with the press president for the last least least three months, so he's with him all the time and the president really trusts him, which is hilarious. Given what Lindsey Graham said about the president about a year ago. But nevertheless, Lindsey Graham is someone who could easily get confirmed, but then would lose that Senate seat and that would throw that up in the air. So that would be a tough one. I don't see. This is again, pure speculation. I can't see Lindsey Graham wanting that job now, by the way, judge hold on. Hold on one second. Judge President Trump is speaking right now. Let's listen. He.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Five five forty Laura. That's Ken Starr on the uproar over Matthew Whitaker. Selected as the acting. Attorney general Whitaker chief of staff for sessions and former US attorney excuse me in Iowa big guy. Former Iowa football player good person. I had the chance to have lunch with them about four weeks ago. I guess with null Francisco in attorney general sessions. And yet, George Conway Nico. Neil Patel wrote a piece yesterday Kellyanne Conway's husband that this is not only an an illegal move by the administration to slot Whittaker in as acting a G, but it's unconstitutional. Oh, really former attorney general Mike Casey joins us. Now. We're also getting in getting talk about the peace. He co-authored about Jeff Sessions, and saluting Jeff Sessions, which I couldn't agree more with. But first, we'll talk about this acting attorney general issue judge. How are you it? Great to see you yesterday at the court. It was great to see you. Although there was a kind of sad irony in the fact that Matt Whitaker moved the reading of the commission of Justice cavenaugh that was signed by Jeff Sessions. Yeah. Now, it was it was it was odd. I mean, it was odd. But it was wonderful for brat. But it was just it was amazing to sit there, and you see Whitaker sitting at the table next to Francisco, and then the president walks in the the, you know, the now departed White House counsel sitting there and pretty much everyone else all the justices, obviously except for Ginsburg, which is also odd because she's in the hospital having a bad fall the night before. Rod Rosenstein, who was also sitting at the rod Rosenstein, who I had a chance to talk to who couldn't be nicer. I've gotta say very nice guy. It was it was wild. But okay, let's get into this. And explain it in a way that people across the country can understand we've got millions of people listening across the country. Now, why is this controversial? It's controversial because the attorney general is a significant officer of the United States and generally officers of the United States other than inferior. Officers are supposed to be appointed with the advice consent of the Senate. That was the point that Neil catch all and and and George Conway made in that in that column and so because they're slotting him in. And he is not somebody who has been appointed with the advice insanity. Senate that that may raise some concerns. There are people available who have been appointed with the advice consent of the Senate o-, obviously, not as attorneys-general deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, and as you mentioned, the the solicitor general who was also appointed with the advice aside. So we have Whitaker who. Now, he's very well liked. I think he's well respected who has said things on television that generally seem very supportive of the president and somewhat critical of the of this mother investigation, but not overly. So I would say just really made points that well, the president has congress has authority to kind of defined what Muller's doing and there's there are ways to affect Mahler. But I didn't think it was necessarily all that controversial what he said. He's making no not at all. And it was it was it was abstract. He was talking about what can be done not what should be done. And in any event. He is a member. If he's properly appointed obviously, he's a member of his administration. So the administration of the president will what they say in the in the op-ed judges that anything that Whitaker does is. Lacks validity. Now. Now, how would that even be? How would that be challenged? I guess. The challenge Allen's by him doing something by him doing something. That. To somebody or or or to somebody? Who is subject to an objection by somebody who's got standing who? Could then bring a lawsuit and challenge the action. So a migrant for instance, in one of the caravans a federal court has already said that they can you know, has already allowed a lawsuit to go forward. And so that's that's ongoing. Some it may be some other migrant or someone saying, well, we don't like what you're doing on these asylum rules that they announced yesterday new asylum, brighter, POS rule and challenge at would work through the system as a whole array of settings in which that could arise any any action that he took. That was an action that was they could be done only by the attorney general. I think that the objection arises only when you're talking about what are called non delicate duties delegate duties, he can be can do but on delicate that if he's not properly appointed. And it can't it seems that this was this was easily avoidable. I mean, I don't I don't particularly. And really no claim to know what the right answer is here. But if it's avoidable. I mean, there are probably a lot of people you could have filled in as acting attorney general and the report is already underway. It's being written. Now, the Muller. So why why did why did they do this? I wonder I mean again, I like him. He seems like a really good guy. But why create another problem for yourself? Well, again, I I don't have the I don't have the mind reading Bussan. I can't I can't read the president. But if if the reports that that that Whitaker was somebody who is a supporter of the president's positions are to be believed. Then obviously want somebody who supports his positions. And for all we know maybe it may be conceived as a kind of audition for a longer term appointment, although he could not be nominated Wadi was acting. That's another. Issue. He was an acting officer. Then he can't be nominated to fill the position you'd have to slide over and make room for somebody else in that in that event. So it was a lot of moving parts I noticed, and I'm sure you did judge that the last person to come in before the president. I believe last attendee of the investiture of cavenaugh the court yesterday was Lindsey Graham. So Lindsay Lindsay has been joined at the hip with the press president for the last three months. So he's with him all the time and the president really trusts him, which is hilarious. Given what Lindsey Graham said about the president about a year ago. But nevertheless, Lindsey Graham is someone who could easily get confirmed, but then would lose that Senate seat and that would throw that up in the air. So that would be a tough one. Yeah. I don't see. Again, pure speculation. I can't see Lindsey Graham warning that job from now, by the way, judge hold on. Hold on one second. Judge President Trump is speaking right now. Let's listen. Whitaker..

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"judge president trump" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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"judge president trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on AP News

"More than twenty years after being sent to federal prison for life on a cocaine conviction sixty three year old alice johnson has had her sentence commuted by president trump she tells reporters analysis alabama she has two people to thank that i can do nothing but within with him i can do everything i wanna thank president donald john trump johnson's case was championed by kim kardashian west who recently met with trump at the white house federal judge in philadelphia rules the trump administration cannot withhold federal public safety grant money to philadelphia because of its stance as an immigrant sanctuary city mayor jim kenney today a federal judge upheld are right to be such a city to welcome immigrants regardless of their status without politically motivated threats from washington judge michael belson upheld our right to ensure that members of philadelphia's immigrant community are not forced to stay hidden in the shadows philadelphia says it will turn over immigrants held on local crimes immigration and customs enforcement only if the agency has a warrant signed by a judge president trump likely to get a frosty reception when he travels to canada later this week for the g seven summit api saga megani with more the president heads friday to the g seven summit in canada where he'll likely get a cold reception with his new tariffs angering allies adding creasing america's isolation his top economists says there simply disagreements much like a family quarrel but even as larry cudlow said he's optimistic those differences can be worked out to people familiar with the president's thinking say he's complaining about having to show up in quebec particularly since it's just before that north korea summit the white house is not signaling any change in plans to trip saga megani at the white house this is ap radio news.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on AP News

"To federal prison for life on a cocaine conviction sixty three year old alice johnson has had her sentence commuted by president trump she tells reporters analysis alabama she has two people to thank that i can do nothing but within with him i can do everything outlet thank president donald trump johnson's case was championed by kim kardashian west who recently met with trump at the white house federal judge in philadelphia rules the trump administration cannot withhold federal public safety grant money to philadelphia because of its stance as an immigrant sanctuary city mayor jim kenney today a federal judge upheld are right to be such a city to welcome immigrants regardless of their status without politically motivated threats from washington judge michael belson upheld our right to ensure that members of philadelphia's immigrant community are not forced to stay hidden in the shadows philadelphia says it will turn over immigrants held on local crimes immigration and customs enforcement only if the agency has a warrant signed by judge president trump likely to get a frosty reception when he travels to canada later this week for the g seven summit api saga megani with more the president heads friday to the g seven summit in canada where he'll likely get a cold reception with his new tariffs angering allies aiding creasing america's isolation his top economists says there simply disagreements much like a family quarrel but even as larry cudlow said he's optimistic those differences can be worked out to people familiar with the president's thinking say he's complaining about having to show up in quebec particularly since it's just before that north korea summit the white house is not signaling any change in plans trip saga megani at the white house this is ap radio news stormy daniels former lawyer keith davidson rejects our latest lawsuit as outrageously frivolous and desperate daniels claims in the suit filed in los angeles against davidson and former trump lawyer michael cohen that.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on AP News

"To federal prison for life on a cocaine conviction sixty three year old alice johnson has had her sentence commuted by president trump she tells reporters analysis alabama she has two people to thank i can do nothing but within with him i can do everything thank president donald john trump johnson's case was championed by kim kardashian west who recently met with trump at the white house federal judge in philadelphia rules the trump administration cannot withhold federal public safety grant money to philadelphia because of its stance as an immigrant sanctuary city mayor jim kenney today a federal judge upheld are right to be such a city to welcome immigrants regardless of their status without politically motivated threats from washington judge michael belson upheld our right to ensure that members of philadelphia's immigrant community are not forced to stay hidden in the shadows philadelphia says it will turn over immigrants held on local crimes immigration and customs enforcement only if the agency has a warrant signed by a judge president trump likely to get a frosty reception when he travels to canada later this week for the g seven summit ap saga megani with more the president heads friday to the g seven summit in canada where he'll likely get a cold reception with his new tariffs angering allies adding creasing america's isolation his top economists says there simply disagreements much like a family quarrel but even as larry cudlow said he's optimistic those differences can be worked out to people familiar with the president's thinking say he's complaining about having to show up in quebec particularly since it's just before that north korea summit the white house is not signaling any change in plans to trip saga megani at the white house house this is ap radio news.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Employers opposed on ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate through a site in just one day the right candidates are out there this trump telling a bipartisan group of lawmakers tuesday he is optimistic about the immigration debate in congress i hope we can do duck that's currently everybody's a network in order to right now i think we have a chance to do daca very bipartisan i think that can happen and i hope we're going to be able to do that and i think we will but fox's jared halpern reports the senate brave little progress in its first day of debate on tuesday senators are anxious to start voting on immigration proposals but there's not yet in agreement on what exactly to vote on i don't think either of them will get large bipartisan support but it will give us an idea of the parameters and can set us moving senate democratic leader chuck schumer suggesting votes on the president's proposal and a much narrower approach i'm not trying to dictate to them what they offer they shouldn't be drawn to dictate to us what we offer majority leader mitch mcconnell also applying some time pressure saying the immigration debate needs to be wrapped up with a vote by the end of this week now another issue a federal judge in new york state has barred the trump administration from ending the daca program next month ruling that attorney general jeff sessions had not given sufficient justification for ending the program which protects from deportation illegal immigrants who'd been brought to the us as children the justice department is already appealing to several similar ruling from a california federal judge president trump had ordered the daca program to end march fifth the last beads have been tossed the streets in new orleans french quarter have been cleared marking the end of mardi gras him the start of lent fat tuesday marred by three shootings in new orleans leaving three people dead and five others injured loot tomato flies again sean white with a superb final run taking olympic gold of the men's halfpipe snowboarding events in south korea asian stocks sending wednesday mixed dow futures are ahead more than one hundred sixty points after the.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on KOIL

"Wall i capital if seventeen after this is america in the morning i'm john trout the federal judge president trump said was biased against him is hearing another case involving the president jim rupe has the story on the campaign trail way back when as the trump university lawsuit was in the news president trump criticized the judge hearing the case will happen sippy we believe mexican which is great i think that's fine talking about district court judge gonzalo curiel who is a us citizen born in indiana and who was presiding over the lawsuit against the defunct university in san diego many called then candidate trump's comments race since frankly he said refused himself now president trump will be facing judge curiel again in a lawsuit filed against the administration and the border wall the border between the us and mexico spanned some two thousand miles the list of laws violated by the president's administration in order to build his campaign wall is almost as long as the phony attorney general hobby ever sarah filed a lawsuit he says i'll be half of the forty million people of california and the state coastal commission charging the administration and the department of homeland security is not only violating he says nearly forty in mental laws but we alleged he the trump administration relied on a federal statute that does not authorize the proposed projects presented by the trump administration talking about a nineteen 96 immigration law that allows homeland security to ignore some environmental laws in favor of national security and he says the administration is violating several provisions of the us constitution including the separate separation of powers doctrine and the tenth amendment prototypes for the proposed wall have been.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That are that are favoring the eagle's so that thirty seconds here what does this win you have on tap for the super bowl sure so they're doing it every twenty five thousand dollar promo if you answer all the questions right in a single quarter which is around twenty questions are so you can win twenty five thousand dollars that sounds i think a lot easier than it actually is the oddson that are are very slim but that's just kind of one of those promotions that are geared at gear to getting more people onto their platform and they're betting at once you try it whether you're winning twenty five thousand dollars or you're winning two dollars or maybe you're losing a little bit of money that you'll keep coming back can playing it sounds like an interesting idea in a way to do something besides candy crush during the game thank you so much evan that's bloomberg news sports business reporter evan nope you williams coming up on bloomberg politics policy power and law we'll be talking to california democratic representative jackie spears about that newly released and very controversial memo from the republicans on the house intelligence committee i'm june grosso and this is bloomberg coming up nancy lyons with the latest world and national headlines finance he hey june well house republicans contend in that newly released memo that fbi and justice department officials got a war it to spy on a trump campaign associate by misleading as surveillance court judge president trump approved today's public release of the four page memo over the fbi's objections he commented on the memos contents terrible you want to know the truth of figure to disgrace what's going on in this country i think it is a disgrace democrats say republicans have cherry picked information and make a politically motivated case and have warned against using it.

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"judge president trump" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"judge president trump" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The level of the co the judge remains above at all mostly cloudy overnight a chance of showers a better chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms late saturday i've stand lear here's what's trending this hour the indiana bore judge president trump accused of bias last year because of his mexican ancestry as returned to his home state to address the state bar association i'm eric berman then governor mike pence and house speaker paul ryan were among those criticized trump proclaiming carenvale's mexican heritage meant he could be fair in hearing the fraud lawsuit over trump university kyrie l didn't address the controversy but his introduction noted he was google trending topic for two days eric berman 93 three wibc mobile new archery season started last weekend for dear hunters in indiana and if you plan to be out in the woods you might want to invest in new equipment especially if you're going to be in a tree stand i'm chris tinker overturn the stretch treatments eighteen here is our number one hunting accident love 22 people per year captain bill brown with the department of natural resources law enforcement division talking to brian point around indiana outdoors the danger with tree stances either falling out of them poured them falling over on you now they make a new kind of safety harness even make it now where they will actually end let you down to the ground slowly chris davis ninetythree wip see mobile new attending sunday's game at lucas oil stadium vice president mike pence you'll see peyton manning place to the culturing of honor a statue of number eighteen will be unveiled saturday outside the stadium i've stand lear on the level on the go on twitter at ninety three wibc and wibc dot com now here's the forecast from the american standard cooling weather center can't rule.

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