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President Trump holds July 4 celebration at White House
"Packard President. Trump, Unusually a day of unity for politicians making speeches used the July 4th celebration to also talk about enemies on the Civil War. Independence Day for hundreds of invited guests in the White House South lawn meant music, military flyovers, fireworks and the U. S president attacking China for the Corona virus, and amid rising cases and deaths in many states, we've made a lot of progress. Our strategy is moving along well, and we Now in the process of Defeating the radical left, accusing the media of slandering Confederate soldiers, insisting that they fought For racism. They fought for freedom, says the
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"KOMO. Seattle KOMO FM, Oakville From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. First fireworks shows were cancelled this July 4th, so many people took it upon themselves to stage their own firework exhibitions that concerns and health experts. And so did Cem gatherings that still attracted large crowds. Millions of Americans marking this unprecedented fourth of July is the pandemic ravages parts of the country. It's great family friends get some fresh air with everything that's going on in our country beaches in New Hampshire and New Jersey, even the lake shores of Indiana. With people at ABC is Trevor all 52,000 new Corona virus cases who reported Saturday over 11,400 of them in Florida. Alone at the White House. President Trump hosted a July 4th celebration and in his speech to the media falsely accused opponents of racism. You're slandering the young men who raised the flag at Iwo Jima. And those who perished fighting for freedom in the civil war. You slander them. President said. In the Civil war, they fought for the opposite of racism and oppression. Historians were quick to point out the civil war was fought over enslaved black people. The presumptive Democratic nominee delivered his own July 4th message. In a video message on Independence Day, the former vice president said the country has never lived up to its founding principle that all men are created equal. Focusing in on police reform, home ownership for minority communities and health care for the disproportionate number of black Americans who have contracted covert 19 as president. I'll fight every day to lead these changes, and I'll listen. This stands in contrast to President Trump's Fourth of July remarks, which in aid described as a celebration of America's founding and the triumph of American history. Marco Malard ABC News, one of the two women struck by a car that drove onto a highway closed for a protest in Seattle, has died of her injuries and other still hospitalized. The suspects in custody. You're listening to ABC News. The I. R. S finally caught up with Louis hadn't paid my taxes in eight years old. I raise a lot of money. Louis was in deep trouble. We're going to take your house. Put a lien on.
1 of 2 protesters hit by car on closed Seattle highway dies
"Center in Seattle says one of the two women struck by a car that drove onto a highway closed for a protest early Saturday has died of her injuries. Thie driver is in custody You're
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"KOMO from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. July 4th of the White House President Trump for the second day in a row target enemies in a speech for hundreds of invited guests in the White House. South Lawn music. Vintage Military aircraft flyovers prays for America, analyst of Enemies. President Trump says the nation's fighting the radical left. The marks is the anarchists to the not socially distanced crowd. With few masks in a pandemic, China must be held fully accountable with record daily covert cases and higher deaths. We've learned how to put out the flame, accusing the media of slandering many of those who perished. Fighting for freedom in the civil War. Chuck Stevenson, ABC News Many communities across the country changing their celebrations for July 4th because of the Corona virus pandemic. 52,000 new cases were reported Saturday says ABC is Kristine Sloan. The daily Nationwide death toll in the mortality rate have been on the decline, but deaths are rising in 14 states and hospitalizations air up in 27. Florida, logging 11,458 cases today alone, a new record high and just 100 cases, fewer than New York logged at its apex in April and an Independence Day video message to Essence magazine's essence fest. Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden talked about how this pandemic has exposed in equality. I will make over 19 vaccine free for everyone. I'll lead it just a little brie cover to rebuild a strong, inclusive middle class that deals in everyone this time could have company in the presidential race. Kanye West says he is running for President and Harbor View Medical Center in Seattle says one of the two women struck by a car that drove onto a highway closed for a protest early Saturday has died of her injuries. Thie driver is in custody You're listening to ABC News. Have you ever wanted to learn a new language like French, Spanish Russian.
Kanye West Tweets He Will Run For US President, Says ‘We Must Now Realize The Promise Of America’
"Looks set to come down to President Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden. But a new name could be getting involved. There could be a shake up in the 2020 race for President Kanye West tweeting this fourth of July. We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States line, always
Seattle protest: Two women seriously injured by car
"Are hospitalized, one with life threatening injuries after being hit by a car while protesting last night in Seattle. State Patrol is looking into why a man went around a blockade to run down a crowd of protesters on I five combos. Nick Papa breaks down What happened? There's still much to look into, as investigators continue to comb through the evidence and talk with different witnesses who were on the freeway. When that car drove through those protestors, one person we spoke with who was on I five when this happened. Said the car was driving so fast. A lot of people didn't have time to react when it was coming right toward them Using a tragedy like this, and it really tears your heart out. He has an independent journalist based in Seattle. Mark Taylor can field has been covering these demonstrations since May 30th he says Last night was only the second time he's followed the protests on toe five. That he heard it was intended to be a short demonstration. I heard someone say a car a car, so I just want out of the lane after one in the morning, A white car had gotten onto the freeway after it had been closed because of the protests driving south. I ran right into two people. It was a terrible thank you. Witness, according to the Washington State Patrol, the driver of the car that drove away from the scene before being stopped near Edgar Martinez Drive south. One victim, a 24 year old woman from Seattle is in critical condition, and a 32 year old Bellingham woman is in serious condition. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is reacting to the horrific protester incident. She says. Our city stands behind the victim's friends, families and loved ones and praying for these women and all who were there who witnessed the event.
Two protesters hit by car on I-5 in Seattle
"One with life threatening injuries after being hit by a car while protesting last night. State Patrol is looking into why men went around a barricade to run down a crowd of protesters on I five in Seattle comas. Nick Problem breaks down What happened? There's still much to look into, as investigators continue to comb through the evidence and talk with Different witnesses who were on the freeway when that car drove through those protestors, one person we spoke with who was on I five when this happened, said the car was driving so fast. A lot of people didn't have time to react when it was coming right toward them Using a tragedy like this, and it really tears your heart out. He has an independent journalist based in Seattle. Mark Taylor can field has been covering these demonstrations since May 30th. He says last night was only the second time he's followed the protests on the I five that he heard. It was intended to be a short demonstration. I heard someone say a car, a car, so I jumped out of the lane after one in the morning. A white car had gotten onto the freeway after it had been closed because of the protests driving South. It ran right into two people. It was a terrible thank you. Witness, according to the Washington State Patrol, the driver of the car that drove away from the scene before being stopped near Edgar Martinez drive South. One victim, a 24 year old woman from Seattle is in critical condition and a 32 year old Bellingham woman is in serious condition. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is reacting to the horrific protester incident, she says Our city stands beside the victim's friends, families and loved ones and praying for these women and all who were there who witnessed the event. A
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Freddie Freeman and Salvador Pérez test positive for Covid-19
"To the positive Corona virus Test in baseball, four time all star Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves along with Royals catcher Salvador Perez, a former World Series MVP. Present symptomatic with 12 days remaining is 14 day quarantine at home,
2 women injured when car drives through Seattle protest area
"Overnight one critically, when a car slammed into a group of protesters on I five in Seattle. Washington State Patrol says a 24 year old woman from Seattle remains in critical condition with life threatening injuries and a 32 year old woman from Bellingham is in serious condition. State troopers and Bellingham police officers chased the vehicle as it fled and caught the 27 year old suspect from Seattle and his passenger. He was booked into the King County Jail on vehicular assault charges. Police say he is the same person who attempted to elude officers. In another incident two weeks ago, Seattle
Pine Street re-opened to traffic for first time in a month after 'CHOP' is cleared in Seattle
"Arrests for the last few days as protesters clashed with officers near the area formerly known as chopped Capitol Hill occupy protest in the last 24 hours. Things have been quieter and there are signs of progress Pine Street back open to traffic for the first time in about a month, But there are still some barriers on some surrounding streets that you'll see like maybe 1/10 And 11th comes Jonathan Chill tells us about the recovery underway and the plan plan for for what what will will happen happen if if protesters protesters try try to to come come back. back. It's It's nice nice to to come come back back to to Cap Cap Hill. Hill. No No more more police police checkpoints checkpoints and and the the lunch lunch rush rush is is starting starting to to pick pick up up against against soy soy chicken chicken wings wings and and then go sick your eyes. Capitol Hill is starting to look like Capitol Hill before turned into the chopper. Technically, this area's still closed for a few more days under the mayor's emergency order used to clear out protesters earlier in the week, But authorities say they reopened Pint Street early because all the cleanup is now done. However, the presence of protesters are still here by day. It's only a few like Jada Nolan. If they don't want you crossing that line. I'm gonna cross that line. But for the past couple nights, more demonstrators joined in clashing with police near Pine and Broadway, leading to several arrests. For the last few days, the police have tested the protesters, tactics and the protesters of tests the police tactics and if anyone has a pose on what happens next It's Omari Salisbury's, an independent journalist who's captured nearly every major development on the ground. I think it's going to be very busy this this weekend. weekend. weekend. Cale Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Anderson Park Park Park is is is still still still temporarily temporarily temporarily closed closed closed for for for cleanup, cleanup, cleanup, known known known with with with parks parks parks and and and rec rec rec up up up backto backto backto us us us on on on when when when it it it will will will reopen. reopen. reopen. Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan
Dozens more arrests as protesters clash with police outside Seattle's former CHOP area
"Arrests in the last few days as protesters clashed with officers near the area formerly known as the Capitol Hill occupied protest or chop. In the last 24 hours, Things have been quieter. There are signs of progress. Pine Street back open to traffic for the first time in about a month. But there are still barriers on some surrounding streets like 10th and 11th. Almost Jonathan Chill tells us about the recovery underway and the plan for what will happen if protesters comebacks. Nice to come back to Cap Hill. No more police checkpoints and the lunch rush is starting to pick up again. Soy chicken wings, mango sick your eyes, Capitol Hill is starting to look like Capitol Hill before turned into the chop. Technically, this area's still closed for a few more days under the mayor's emergency order used to clear out protesters earlier in the week, But authorities say they really In Pine Street early because all the cleanup is now done. However, the presence of protesters are still here by day. It's only a few like Jada Nolan. If they don't want you crossing that line. I'm gonna cross that line. But for the past couple nights, more demonstrators joined in clashing with police near Pine and Broadway, leading to several arrests. For the last few days, the police have tested the protesters tactics and that's the protesters have tested the police tactics and if anyone has opposed on what happens next It's Omari Salisbury, an independent journalist who's captured nearly every major development on the ground. I think it's going to be very busy this weekend. Cale Anderson Park is still temporarily closed for cleanup, known with parks and rec up backto us on when it will reopen. Jonathan
Protests and arrests continue on Seattle's Capitol Hill after the fall of 'CHOP'
"Zone, known as Shop was cleared Wednesday and overnight clashes between protesters and police on Capitol Hill in Seattle have been continuing sense. Almost in these Whitaker has more pine and Broadway is sort of their new hangout area and we did see that there were AH lot of protesters out there throughout the night and looking down the line at some of them. They were wearing helmets and other protective gear is if they also needed to protect themselves. And we continue to see police arrest people as well under the mayor's executive order that she issued on Wednesday, which by the way is in effect for 10 days and will continue all the way until next Thursday. They have under that order the right to arrest anyone who is refusing to vacate the area immediately when told the King County Prosecutor's office has released a statement on its decision to not file charges against most protesters, it says in part We understand the important distinction between people who are gathered to nonviolently air grievances and those who take advantage of the otherwise peaceful protests to commit violent acts. Prosecutor's office says none of the arrests made while clearing the chop zone have led to criminal charges. 13 people have been charged in relation to the chop of the protests that began in late May. Of those six are gun charges for our burglary charges. One is burglary and assault. One is a hate crime, and the last is a reckless burning case.
President Trump vows to protect Mount Rushmore from any changes
"Denouncing the defacing of Confederate statues and monuments. President Trump ushering in Fourth of July celebrations and Mount Rushmore in South Dakota president declaring Vandals will be arrested and punished to the fullest extent of the law under the granite gaze of Washington, Jefferson Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt President Trump praised founding fathers extolled the nation's ideals and achievements and attack. Protesters who aim to remove some historic monuments as a merciless campaign to wipe out our history. Defame our heroes, a race of use and indoctrinating our Children. Most monuments under attack on our soldiers of the Confederacy that unsuccessfully fought to break away from the Republic. Almost none of the 3700 people in the audience war face coverings or kept a distance from each other.
How The Coronavirus Pandemic Changed The Way We Shop
"Is changing the way a lot of us buy groceries. It's affecting grocery prices, too, and, in some cases what foods are available at the grocery store Almost Connie Thompson reports on new options to buy local before the Corona virus pandemic. Michael Parker, it's 42 acre pit farm in Western New York, catered mostly the restaurant. But when the restaurant started to close, Michael had to pivot he decided to sell directly to consumers from his farm. Everything just flew right out the window in a period of two hours. People are home. They're not expending as much of their regular food budget, so they're looking for higher quality ingredients. It's a trend Michael and other farmers hope continues even After we returned to our portico bit shopping habits. If you're interested in buying and eating more local foods, consumer reports offers these suggestions. First, check out local farmers markets that food is harvested locally, and it does not travel from across the country to a grocery store where you might buy it. So you're gonna be getting fresh, nutritious food. Much of what you find. The farmers market is also grown with fewer pesticides or is certified organic. The USDA finds that local certified organic products at farmers markets are often competitively priced. Compared to retail stores. You can also purchase a share in a farm programs say is a community supported agriculture. You pay a little farmer up front and then in return, you usually get a box every week that consists of what has been harvested locally. So you end up getting really great variety of food that you might not just on your own. Another option is to buy Directly from the farm. Michael Park. Odd is part of a Facebook group that connects customers to local farms. It's just over a month now. And there's 7500 members into trend that many hope will lead to a small farm renaissance that better connects people with their food.
Seattle police continue arrests after clashes in cleared CHOP zone
"Zonas Chop was cleared, cleared, and and there there was was another another overnight overnight clashes clashes between between protesters protesters and and police police on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill in in Seattle. Seattle. Almost Almost Denise Denise Whitaker Whitaker is is there there with with more more Hein Hein and and Broadway Broadway is is sort sort of of their their new new hangout hangout area. And overnight we did see that there were ah lot of protesters out there throughout the night and looking down the line at some of them. They were wearing helmets and other protective gear is if they also needed to protect themselves. And we continue to see police arrest people as well under the mayor's executive order that she issued on Wednesday, which by the way is in effect for 10 days and will continue all the way until next Thursday. They have under that order the right to arrest anyone who is refusing to vacate the area immediately when told The King County Prosecutor's office has released a statement on its decision to not file charges against most protesters, it says in part, we understand the important distinction between people who are gathered to nonviolently air grievances and those who take advantage of the otherwise peaceful protest commit violent acts. The prosecutor's office is none of the arrest made while clearing the chop zone have led to criminal charges. 13 people have been charged in relation to the chop and the protests that began in late May. Of those six are gun charges for burglary charges. One is burglary and assault. One is a hate crime, and the last is a reckless burning case. Independence
Vanilla Ice weekend concert canceled in Texas
"Rush out, start taking supplements right now. Banel Isis, canceling his plan weekend concert in Texas. Basically, I'm not going. I listen to my fans. I hear all you people out there. I didn't know The numbers were so crazy in Austin, but we were hoping that it would be a lot better by fourth of July because we booked this concert a long time ago. The rapper posted a video on Twitter, saying it's important to take Corona virus seriously because infection numbers are on the rise. Vanilla Ice also says people need to stay home and be healthy well, also noting he hoped there would be a cure by New Year's. He previously defended holding the concerts, saying it was outdoors with
Seattle Officials Shut Down Police-Free Zone Known As 'CHOP'
"Was once declared by demonstrators to be a police free zone is now full of officers. Thes precinct is now back under police control after officer swept the
Seattle - King County Urges Coronavirus Precautions Over July 4 Holiday
"Has seen a troubling rise in covert 19 cases. Justus the fourth of July holiday weekend begins, county leaders are urging everyone to step up preventative measures and not gather in large groups This weekend Come with Steve McCarron is in Seattle. With Mohr on the new warnings, Maxwell is often would the island for a small gathering. We're just going to go over and just have a real quiet time on the beach. Her weekend trip comes in some counties. We're seeing a large jumping in covert 19 cases. In King County. The average number has increased from 40 cases per day during the 1st 2 weeks of June to more than 100 per day. Many of those new cases are among young people between the ages of 20 and 39. To the extent possible the messages to avoid contact with others outside of the family, and we understand people want to get together a small groups but the smaller, the better. That message echoed in walking county to the counties, asking visitors to skip Fourth of July visits to the bay this year. So far, Donahue says. It's quiet family is gonna be there and we'll be wearing masks and being super cautious. On way Everyone needs to take this really seriously. The numbers are going down.
Drive-in movie theaters are making a comeback
"Drive in movie theaters are making a comeback amid the pandemic, and the format is about to get a huge boost, courtesy in the nation's biggest a discount chain. Wal Mart the other day announced a partnership with TriBeCa Enterprises to convert 160 store locations around the country and to makeshift drive in theaters. The screenings planned for August through October will allow viewers to have a socially distance big screen experience amid the
Chicago - Are Travel Restrictions Coming Or Going To COVID-19 Hot Spots Effective?
"The summer travel season should be humming along right now before the pandemic hit the travel and hospitality industry expecting strong earnings since at the time, unemployment was so low and wages were so high a perfect scenario for vacationers to explore the country. But now as we hear from ABC is Ryan Burrow, the entire city of Chicago is off limits to many travelers, and Ryan joins us on the coma News line. Ryan How does the Chicago travel restriction working? Will people from Washington State be impacted? You know, it's interesting. We got this note of the emergency travel ordered issued by the city of Chicago late afternoon yesterday after the mayor had already spoken about Fourth of July plans encouraging people not to gather encouraging bars and restaurants to remain at their capacity restrictions and not Get loose with things because trouble's been doing very well in recent months as Faras keeping the numbers down, the state of Illinois has as a whole, but we got this notice. 15 states are on this list, and what the order calls for is a 14 day quarantine if any Chicago resident were to go to one of these 15 states. They include Florida, Georgia, Arizona, California, Texas all of these hot spots if they're to come back to Chicago. They need to quarantine for 14 days before they could go back out into the general publican. Likewise, if someone from one of these states comes to Chicago, they don't want to walk in the streets. They want him to quarantine, which obviously doesn't make for a very fun vacation. If that's why you're in Chicago, you know. Is there something unique, at least from my perspective about Chicago compared to other, you know, really big cities across the nation and its the giant, huh? Before air travel. Are people gonna have to quarantine before they can make connecting flights or or does that even matter? At this point, that's a great question. We don't exactly know how this will be enforced in one form or another. Is this going to be checked when someone arrives at the airport doesn't go into effect until Monday. My belief is this is probably going to be on the honor system encouraging people look, especially if you're Traveling from one of these states. We need you to stay put because we don't want to spread this virus any further. But if you are caught, and it turns out that you were in Texas, or you were in Florida or Utah, and you've come back to Chicago within two weeks, and perhaps you come down with cold, Maggie. Well, maybe there will be a fine levied against you. It's a really high stakes weekend for infection trends is, you know what has Chicago done well to be in such a good situation where At least locals are relatively safe. It's been a very slow, gradual opening bunch to the frustration of a lot of businesses, especially restaurants, who had struggled just last week earlier this week. This month, I should say, um, well, I guess we're in July now. But just a few weeks ago, the city finally opened up. Restaurants to outdoor eating, and then finally loosen some restrictions. Very limited, indoor eating. It's been very frustrating, and people have wanted to move quicker, but in the numbers, we've seen a significant decrease in the number of cases and whereas all of these other states seem to be flaring up, Chicago and Illinois seem to be pretty well. A disease Ryan Burrow with us on Coma News, Ryan thank you very much and have a good Fourth of July
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"We're looking of those listeners guys to continue for the rest of the afternoon you brings looking good to start tomorrow morning in the possibility of some scattered early morning snow that's out there on friday but decline a we're going with all rain to the weekend i'm seth when the come a weather center featured washington right now spoke to sunny skies and twenty eight currently the most is like sonny in twenty seven other coast hope we have partly sunny and thirty nine a sport mostly sunny right now and thirty eight at eleven thirty six as we continue a twenty minutes of the stop news get it that's got a sheriff's deputies involved in a high speed chase on a high ninety it all in a stolen car early this morning deputy say once they finally got the twenty thirteen honda stripped stopped with a spike strip and a pick maneuver it on a three year old child in the back seat in the stolen car in a car seat speed richie more than a hundred miles an hour during that chiefs a thirty eight year old woman was that the we'll alongside a nineteen year old male passenger the three year old was a driver son and was on hurt he's now the custody of child protective services that car was stolen from seattle a local pastor from tacoma arrested well protesting in washington dc goes there are tied says the river gregory christopher was protecting the proposed repeal of the affordable care act written christopher tells the tacoma news tribune he was arrested by the us capital police were trespassing an disturbing the peace tuesday outside the office of senator or an hatch of you chop hatched years the senate finance committee which would oversee changes to the last they were unable to talk to catch directly but quest vs they were able to talk to other republican senators he which the capital with about two hundred and fifty other people christopher said he participated in the protest because about half his constituents at the shilo baptist church.
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"Communities promising and documented immigrants their legal status will not be checked and that law enforcement will not be compelled to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement law as a libya did the same thing and december with the sanctuary city proclamation holding the basic principles now of our community members to their the inherent dignity and equal right that are the backdrop of freedom chuckles and that she's executive officer for the association of washington cities tells the tacoma news tribune is a lot of confusion about the order i'm on washington's two hundred eighty one cities and towns with no clear definition of a sanctuary jurisdiction and legal challenge is already underway bowl thirsting county and the piers carry shares department do notify immigration in and customs when they release someone from jail if the immigration agency has requested that information curling johnson come on is protestors are plenty to rally this morning at seattle city hall just before the council finance committee meeting gets underway of explanation from call mostly stole they're taking up a proposal to divest for wells fargo bank this city has a multibillion dollar relationship with the bank in a contract that expires in twenty eighteen the reason for the though days wells fargo is putting up million has to fund the controversial dakota access pipeline the standing rocks to tried worries going to get to hammon age their drinking water they had been protesting for months former president obama blocked it but the trump administrations signed and executive order to move it forward and the keystone xcel project as well just last week not just yesterday the army core badge near said they do have a directive to allow that works to continue and it's going to move forward so members to call this move socially responsible banking.
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"From the west seattle bridge all the way back to up tying st no we do have some lanes close to through that area that's why it's having bit of an affects up on a five three lanes are close for construction between i ninety on the west seattle bridge until five fifteen so this some may be around for a little while you're next report coming up at eleven fifty four i'm jay phillips on como news to go forecast for tonight or christopher prior chanters shoulder she mostly clear skies eventually with the first freese and while it slows drop into the upper twenties toners thirty both wednesday and thursday plan to be sunday but of it cool in light north early bridges we're hearing with highs in the low forties of them this year storm over going the oregon later thursday eventually string larger toward our way this is where we could see a period of snow before the day warms and the forties we go back to rain showers some time on friday touch latest a couple weather center i mentioned birdied was killed okay eighty she goals of the poured into como wildlife biologist still trying to figure out the case or now waiting on lab results would've been over a week a massive die office affecting only a particular species of single family boller of washington department official wildlife spoke with the news tribune on and we have seen mainland graca swing calls and graca said high brad and some find out so we event reported and what we've seen the species around the one or including close induction other see goals that we around the puerto showing no signs of the illness and that could mean that this a specific goals per inning something that's cause an illness initial screening by wildlife rehabilitate are showing.
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"Lives up one and the beatles paul mccartney and brings evil can able stayed there emerson like i'm palmer and it was the only hotel that for so many years you could actually finish from your wendell tony was talking to host seven forty start last also tonight your to como sports desk phil jump from the pass media day for the super bowl has been on tuesday that would have been today but a change media day was actually last evening and one of the most quotable players on hand martellus bennett tied and for the new england patriots brother of one michael bennett of the seahawks course martellus thrilled to be in his first super bowl the only downside he won't be able to see the halftime show because _a_c points out he's here's a fan of lady gaga high like a lady gallego the like the fresno and i love that is where the new jersey they're working on me anyone with an appears to go out there were it's the falcons in patriots come sunday in houston superbowl fifty want you don't men's basketball tomorrow night playing i was to usc pregame coverage right here on your home of the huskies como news in seven thirty with bob rondo jason hammel ten game time is set for eight o'clock mariners of signed a lefty pitcher former husky make headed down to a minor league contract with an invite to spring training doesn't pitched in the majors since two thousand and fifteen you had some back an elbow issues landed him on the disabled less we'll see how he there is down in peoria and chicago's soldier field will host issues major league soccer all star game that match on august second will feature and ls all stars against in their national team.
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"Is the general rule forty three degrees right now in downtown seattle and you are in the middle twenty minutes of nonstop news and information here on the come all afternoon news president trump ready to announce his choice to fill the vacancy on the supreme court he will do that during a televised address tonight from the white house five o'clock pacific time the finalists are believed to be federal appeals court judges appointed by former president george w bush the of course each and thomas harding men with more on that we say hello to matt new spot he is a white house reporter for political good enough to join us on the como news sign and now let's begin with a breakdown of both of these in nominees let me star with this are we sure it's only to work at a possibly be three are even more in terms of finalists it's aaron looks like it's these final two though in typical come fast then with his i drama it appears on their way to be the for tonight announcement that we don't gotta which are going to be speaking of i can not recall a supreme court nominee be a from a republican president or democratic president announced in prime time in a reality tv type of three deal but again you donald trump certainly has some background with that absolutely we're looking at the primetime announcement with i drama and i don't think that the prided anybody who's been following this president now let's talking greater detail about these two finalist beginning with no garcia try to we know about him so where since comes from the relatively traditional back out for supreme court up the it kept degrees from colombia bourbon oxford but he for but for two to pretty quick up the third and worked that the department of but he mucha tailor made resume to land the job on the court it only forty nine which esto just go in there you know well what an appointment that have a lot of appeal and he's very very competitive you would expect pete you were hurt among it thing thank conservative legal scholar but he also there is done by part of an appeal no it might then who is obama's that they could has paid imbued with the team are pretty well school class obama when i shouldn't so he is resume that could appeal.
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"Have forty three degree bailey beginner limping overstate representatives are considering changes to the lot when it comes to police using deadly force coast charlie harder tells us about today's testimony the legislature e is considering a couple different bills here or a loss says officers are shielded from prosecution unless a act with malas without good faith one proposal would remove those malas and good faith clauses from the lot making it possible to prosecute officers in some cases lawmakers heard from family members of people shot and killed by police who want the change and police union switch do not they had red properly trying to maybe he was they would've handled it differently maybe they would have the same it because they human being and not killed them of course was there drove triggers association oppose anyone just wish and i would take away existing save cards in the last the protection on portion of sures the bills are still being hurting committee charlie harder como needless santa police officers assisted port of seattle police during saturday's protested see tack airport but s p de was not involved in any use of force incidents that's what seattle police chief cathy no tool is saying is port police face an investigation are officers were not involved in any or around sour officers didn't utilize peppers for a while they were there schwartz says it will review it's officers he said peppers spray that push protesters out of the airport early sunday morning show police and several other agencies assisted deport saturday under a mutual a agreement at least one member of the king county counsell feels it's time to.
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"With then this next year that may not be an issue any obviously that all has to be tough doubt through congress in the actually the president still have to see but certainly out there are some other very concern about the fact that button comfortable on the other tighten con marcus it's something we actually no at this point in other words you know the affordable care act does get pulled somehow or change somehow do could change happened mid year or do they have to wait to the new calendar year i'm confused on that and you know it's a great question i think there is a lot of confusion at this point because i think it would also depend on what they were place that we're too especially what they can do is they can they have a republican devotee different options one thing that they can do is called reconciliation which is where they might not have enough both actually repeal the loss of with the going to do is go through there's a reconciliation as an option to essentially de fund the main apart there were talking about be the the attacks credits are the marketplace and the penalties but i had a healthcare these kind of things are options that they could do and and that he would seemingly what trump did on day one when he sided executive action that basically he told helm and human services you know in horse and loosely is possible essentially so that may mean that they're night the good and forced the mandate and so there are some option born if cox about when you're talking wrong with changes might come eight year currently all we understand is obviously the a moment they would be for twenty seventeen how that would look going forward coverage if you if you tied up by today you're covered would begin march first and so going forward that should cover you to the year but what's going to happen at the rebuke they'd be pundits what's going to happen if they completely repeal it that's anyone's guess specially because there's just no clarity on what they're going to replace it with present trout has some ideas mostly focusing on a just days you have other ideas from paul ryan and compromised and so there's really just not the consensus yet and that's very concerted one for.
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"Seven minutes after the hour president donald trump has fired acting attorney general sally yates after she announced she would not defend his immigration orders the white house says yates as their trade the department of justice by refusing to enforce illegal order designed to protect us citizens up constantini has more on a chorus of dissenting voices over the issue and you know democrats important to join forces in front of the supreme court to singer plastic will and you know the presence move to temporarily ben travellers from seven nations as a hedge against alone terrorists in senator bernie sanders thinks what's wrong had on his give him unit for the hot of global the world we do not hate them going through great jim aggressive went back across the street where in the senate they blasted mr comes move but efforts to overturn it legislative leake were thwarted the travel band or delayed entry depending on your point of view as prompted state department career employees to circulate what amounts to a statement of disagreement a tradition within the department regarding controversial policies i think if they she they get with the program are they can go out this this is this is about the safety of america presidential spokesman jones wiser candidate donald trump floated the idea of a muslim band but the reaction made him back off instead on the trail mr trump called for extreme extreme extreme betting he's doing exactly what he told the american people he would do and wall saying two weeks ago he would later low unless he saw fundamental values under attack former president barack obama spokesman is out with the statement saying mister obama is heartened by the airport protests and fundamentally disagrees with the and of this women eighty against individuals because of their faith standing with refugee families in new york seventh minority leader truck schumer grew emotional sunday this executive order isn't was mean spirited an american preston trump's not buying year there's the told reporters at the white house i know thursday yesterday a few years i would ask of moves is asking because i know well i don't see him as a prior humor and democrats are going to get republicans to help overturn mr trump.
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"Ration band the president fired selling eight hours after she refused to defend his executive order i'm publicly question whether it was even legal abc news political director ray klein message for the white house is that it's kind of this it will not be tolerated and the get removal of the acting attorney general gates was a holdover from the obama administration she was replaced with the longtime federal prosecutor dana ben today to canada where authorities of charge twenty seven year old alexandria best inept with the murders of six people following sunday night's shooting at a quebec city mosque a former classmate describing the suspect as at the immigrant president trump tweeting that he will announces pick to replace the late just this and then scully on the supreme court at eight tonight and is sources telling abc news their troubles narrow down on his nominee to to court of appeals judges judging neal course such an judge thomas hard him and dave packer abc news stay connected at stay informed this is twenty four seventies on promo news on michael price in washington's attorney general officially found lawsuit against president front they could have offense nationwide it claims the keeper visions of the president immigration executive order are unconstitutional comeau's by margaret reports that a federal judge could rule on an injunction as early as today it's a bold stafford if a federal judge grants an injunction filed with the lawsuit it could put an immediate hall to the presidents travel restrictions nationwide the clear intent but this executive order these two discriminate against one save amongst all guards children with the governors blessing washington will be the first state just or the president over is executive order of extreme betting of people traveling from seven countries with known terrorism but unlike other court orders over the weekend washington's lawsuit is far reaching so if we are successful that would mean its unconstitutional and cannot the applied anywhere anyone so that's the key difference mother's believe the lawsuit is strictly.
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"Mr president how are you feeling the great katie she's joe than carle reported this is gone on his radio president trump's message in his inaugural addressed on friday was loud and clear america's first abc's dan her russian paula for spoke with abc political commentator cookie robertson abc news political contributor kristen salters anderson to get your take on what they heard in his message est any other moments of our region during the president speech but it was largely tough i'm compromising a lot of populous hundred towns getting she shouldn't done morning unified i think it's going to take more than worth unifying i think it's going to take action his speech sounded in many ways like slightly more professional eyes version of cam pain rally speech you very popular stint hone focused on going after those elite in washington and i think he's going to have to make sure that when he in the future says he wants to be a president for all americans but his actions that those who when i hear donald trump say all americans they don't really think they cal in his definition of all they're going to need to see action from him to feel like they're really a part of that got the what about the democrats their lockout of power largely in in washington right now in what it is there any way that they can find to work constructive lee with this new president well i don't think they want to work constructive limit the president and then the symbolism boycott by many democratic members of congress i really underlines that the republicans through the amen ministry shin actions like a traditional party an opposition and i think the democrats are likely to like the same way but president trump the problem with that of course is that names nothing against him and that have frustration about washington in the washington leads but i'm glad remains in that then becomes trump's problem and jv she's damn hero supposed cherish along with cookie roberts and kristen salters anderson this is como news twenty instead to pass the our home come only tennis on is expected to release the result of its investigation into faulty galaxy notes seven phones monday that report is expected.
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"Iron easier i'm sure barack obama was think in hey pal you know you're describing very bleak view in this country but i would fifty seven percent in the polls in years forty percent the polls thunder the film do americans really agree with your picture of how belief and and terrible things are and he thoughts on secretary clinton her dead yeah yeah you know look she's been on the other side of this let's remember thank you know nineteen ninety two he was walking down the spent the venue avenue hand in hand with a new president and thursday's on going on both sides of the tight i don't think bittersweet even begin to describe how pain both today is for hillary clinton but i was thinking about this you know one of the hardest thing to do an american politics used to hold the white house for a third term that happen very very spelled an american politics no matter how in so many ways for i'll trump overturned historical precedent but in this case history worked in his favor and when you think about it hillary clinton was actually trying to win in a certain fans in the third term he was trying to win bill clinton's third term and barack obama third term and it artist heck to win even want let them twice and them so india and the single most important reason why donald trump was elected good actually history played out the way in as many times before he up ended history in many ways but in this case history actually played to his advantage and now on to the job of governing steve roberts abc news political analysts going up to join us on the como news i see thanks so much and i know we'll talk between now and then go we look forward to talking about your fifty four years of covering have never in the.
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"Unsteady reigns likely in the afternoon gonna be what sunday and the beginning of next week i'm seth went in the couple rather center and right now in downtown seattle it's cloudy we have forty four degrees as we continue with twenty minutes of nonstop news come on news time is three thirty five president bill clinton hillary clinton out the congressional luncheon following donald trump swearing in mr trump acknowledging that is very honored very very honored when i heard that president bill clinton and secretary hillary clinton was coming today and i think kind of like to be stamper had like woodson a different more uniting intoned and what the new president expressed during his an idea ration addressed the let's turn to an expert on that abc news political analyst steve robertson join just these being covering i'm not durations for fifty years steve what did you make of the entire seem today both the tradition of it all and the new president some night you're ration address but to point out that moment that the lunch he was very gracious to his defeated opponent and but they he wasn't all that gracious than his speech and attractive he talked about the small group of people who would run washington and have terrible a had been and and and and running the city running the country many of these people learn he was attacking i'm i'm hoping winston right there and he was gracious on a personal level to barack obama but on a positive level he described a very bleak vision of the country that he's inheriting all about the rust think factories and the city's ridden live crime him yeah it was a very pleased pick here so we thing to donald trump's today he on a personal level he can be a a very gracious person but that speech was very unusual for it almost better in that and you know i was it made me think of ronald reagan ronald reagan ran against washington the puzzle palace stomach potomac live ronald reagan.
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"Of one shift of support and good counsell from a shown me over the years bush forty one wasn't going to attend donald trump's inaugurated should last week he sent a letter to present in a lot apologizing my doctor says a bison outside in january and likely will put me six being under same from barbora so i guess for stuck in texas trump responded tweeting looking forward to a speedy recovery for georgian barbara bush both hospitalized thank you for your wonderful ladder former president bill oakland also tweeting forty one and barbora thinking about you boesch and sitting wishes for a speedy recovery love forty two they are those five a couple of us as we know i am so we want to send as an alert to them i'm very maloney reporting it's ten after president elect trump's pick to have the health and human services department is as terry more explains trying to ease concerns about unraveling obama care georgia republican congressman tom price is a long time harsh critic of obamacare if confirmed it's helped secretary he would be in charge of implementing the repeal and the replacement of the healthcare law we all share a concern for the american people and how wave best make certain that they i have access to the highest quality care that the world knows democrats noted that no legitimate replacement for obama care has been put forth by republican minnesota democrat al frank and this is going on ram will something that has given a lot of americans piece of mine i am very frightened about what you're going to do and so our millions of americans meantime price defended pass to stock trades which have been question by democrats everything that we have done it's been above board transparent ethical an illegal tom prices a surgeon by trade and faces another hearing next week he is expected to eventually be confirmed by the republican lead senate i'm terry more on capitol hill here's twelve after up next potential future head of the atp a confronted on the the issue of climate change when america in the morning returns after.