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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"In the primary, Karen Taylor Robson, they raised $19 million for Karen Taylor robeson to go against Carrie Lake. 3 million was raised for Carrie Lake, 19 million was raged for Karen Taylor Rosen. Our current governor of the state of Arizona who won by over 300,000 votes endorsed Karen Taylor Rosen. There is a huge split of establishment Republicans and maga Republicans in the state of Arizona. Do not be food and do not be dismayed. Donald Trump and McCain got into a fight and it was never the same. McCain Republicans in the Arizona will never vote for Trump and they hate his guts. Whether you agree with it or not, that's the truth of the state of Arizona. Carrie Lake ended up winning, despite the Republican Party supporting Karen Taylor Rosen by giving her $19 million. Now, when Carrie Lake became the nominee, the current governor, governor Doug ducey, who won by 300,000 votes, he did not come out in support or endorse Carrie Lake at all. The question that we should be asking is how many Republicans that voted for Karen Taylor Rosen was upset just like our current governor followed suit of our current governor and did not support Carrie Lake financially or by voting for her. That is a number that's more concerning to me than any kind of nefarious behavior in the election. I want us to understand we can not talk out of both sides of our mouths. If we see clear evidence of election fraud, we need to address it. In the 2020 election, there was clear evidence of election fraud against president Donald Trump. I can't say the same down ballot, but Donald Trump, for sure, they cheated. I saw it. Now, the consequences of them cheating, I don't know what the results were. I predict that the cheating cost Donald Trump to lose. Some people may predict that the cheating was done, but it didn't cause I'm gonna lose. I disagree. However, when you look around the country, we have to stop crying about cheating unless there's unequivocal evidence and we have to start looking at what are we doing as a Republican Party? Are we united? Are we not united? Are we losing because we're not putting in the effort? We're not going out and knocking on doors. We're not helping with canvassing or are we losing from cheating? We have to make that determination and not cry every time we lose an election.

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Will McCain Republicans Support Trump>

The Officer Tatum Show

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Will McCain Republicans Support Trump>

"In the primary, Karen Taylor Robson, they raised $19 million for Karen Taylor robeson to go against Carrie Lake. 3 million was raised for Carrie Lake, 19 million was raged for Karen Taylor Rosen. Our current governor of the state of Arizona who won by over 300,000 votes endorsed Karen Taylor Rosen. There is a huge split of establishment Republicans and maga Republicans in the state of Arizona. Do not be food and do not be dismayed. Donald Trump and McCain got into a fight and it was never the same. McCain Republicans in the Arizona will never vote for Trump and they hate his guts. Whether you agree with it or not, that's the truth of the state of Arizona. Carrie Lake ended up winning, despite the Republican Party supporting Karen Taylor Rosen by giving her $19 million. Now, when Carrie Lake became the nominee, the current governor, governor Doug ducey, who won by 300,000 votes, he did not come out in support or endorse Carrie Lake at all. The question that we should be asking is how many Republicans that voted for Karen Taylor Rosen was upset just like our current governor followed suit of our current governor and did not support Carrie Lake financially or by voting for her. That is a number that's more concerning to me than any kind of nefarious behavior in the election. I want us to understand we can not talk out of both sides of our mouths. If we see clear evidence of election fraud, we need to address it. In the 2020 election, there was clear evidence of election fraud against president Donald Trump. I can't say the same down ballot, but Donald Trump, for sure, they cheated. I saw it. Now, the consequences of them cheating, I don't know what the results were. I predict that the cheating cost Donald Trump to lose. Some people may predict that the cheating was done, but it didn't cause I'm gonna lose. I disagree. However, when you look around the country, we have to stop crying about cheating unless there's unequivocal evidence and we have to start looking at what are we doing as a Republican Party? Are we united? Are we not united? Are we losing because we're not putting in the effort? We're not going out and knocking on doors. We're not helping with canvassing or are we losing from cheating? We have to make that determination and not cry every time we lose an election.

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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on AP News

"President Donald J Trump. He's the one that got this whole thing going. But she pulled into the lead against primary opponent Karen Taylor Robson after Maricopa County released the results from thousands of ballots that had been dropped off at the polls. After the race was called Lake issued a statement, saying arizonans who have been forgotten by the establishment just delivered a political earthquake on her social media Lake says she's thrilled to be speaking right before Trump at the conservative political action conference in Dallas on Saturday. Audio courtesy K and XV. I'm Jennifer King. American employers added a surprising number of jobs last month. Economists had predicted 250,000 new jobs. The White House went even lower, saying record job growth would ease. Closer to a 150,000 jobs per month. Instead, employers added a stunning 528,000 jobs, restoring all the jobs lost during the virus induced recession. The unemployment rate is down to a pandemic low three and a half percent. But there are other troubling indicators. The economy shrank the last two quarters and informal definition of a recession. Most economists think the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into one Sagar Meghani, Washington. The U.S. jobs market continues booming. Employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs last month, more than double economists predictions. The unemployment rate is down to three and a half percent. The hiring boom comes despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession. The economy shrank the last two quarters, which is one informal definition of recession, but most economists believe the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into a downturn, though they do fear one is coming. Sagar Meghani, Washington. AP

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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on AP News

"Her supporters. And I want to thank president Donald J Trump. He's the one that got this whole thing going. But she pulled into the lead against primary opponent Karen Taylor Robson after Maricopa County released the results from thousands of ballots that had been dropped off at the polls. After the race was called Lake issued a statement, saying arizonans who have been forgotten by the establishment just delivered a political earthquake. On her social media Lake says she's thrilled to be speaking right before Trump at the conservative political action conference in Dallas on Saturday. Audio courtesy canon XV. I'm Jennifer King. American employers added a surprising number of jobs last month. Economists had predicted 250,000 new jobs. The White House went even lower, saying record job growth would ease. Closer to a 150,000 jobs per month. Instead, employers added a stunning 528,000 jobs, restoring all the jobs lost during the virus induced recession. The unemployment rate is down to a pandemic low three and a half percent. But there are other troubling indicators. The economy shrank the last two quarters in informal definition of a recession. Most economists think the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into one Sagar Meghani, Washington. The U.S. jobs market continues booming. Employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs last month, more than double economists predictions. The unemployment rate is down to three and a half percent. The hiring boom comes despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession. The economy shrank the last two quarters, which is one informal definition of recession, but most economists believe the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into a downturn, though they do fear one is coming. Sagar Meghani, Washington. AP news

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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on AP News

"Her supporters. And I want to thank president Donald J Trump. He's the one that got this whole thing going. But she pulled into the lead against primary opponent Karen Taylor Robson after Maricopa County released the results from thousands of ballots that had been dropped off at the polls. After the race was called Lake issued a statement, saying arizonans who have been forgotten by the establishment just delivered a political earthquake. On her social media Lake says she's thrilled to be speaking right before Trump at the conservative political action conference in Dallas on Saturday. Audio courtesy K and XV. I'm Jennifer King. American employers added a surprising number of jobs last month Economists had predicted 250,000 new jobs. The White House went even lower, saying record job growth would ease. Closer to a 150,000 jobs per month. Instead, employers added a stunning 528,000 jobs, restoring all the jobs lost during the virus induced recession. The unemployment rate is down to a pandemic low three and a half percent. But there are other troubling indicators. The economy shrank the last two quarters in informal definition of a recession. Most economists think the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into one Sagar Meghani, Washington. The U.S. jobs market continues booming. Employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs last month, more than double economists predictions. The unemployment rate is down to three and a half percent. The hiring boom comes despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession. The economy shrank the last two quarters, which is one informal definition of recession, but most economists believe the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into a downturn, though they do fear one is coming. Sagar Meghani, Washington. AP news

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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on AP News

"Supporters. And I want to thank president Donald J Trump. He's the one that got this whole thing going. But she pulled into the lead against primary opponent Karen Taylor Robson after Maricopa County released the results from thousands of ballots that had been dropped off at the polls. After the race was called Lake issued a statement, saying arizonans who have been forgotten by the establishment just delivered a political earthquake on her social media Lake says she's thrilled to be speaking right before Trump at the conservative political action conference in Dallas on Saturday. Audio courtesy K and XV. I'm Jennifer King. American employers added a surprising number of jobs last month. Economists had predicted 250,000 new jobs. The White House went even lower, saying record job growth would ease. Closer to a 150,000 jobs per month. Instead, employers added a stunning 528,000 jobs, restoring all the jobs lost during the virus induced recession. The unemployment rate is down to a pandemic low three and a half percent. But there are other troubling indicators. The economy shrank the last two quarters and informal definition of a recession. Most economists think the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into one Sagar Meghani, Washington. The U.S. jobs market continues booming. Employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs last month, more than double economists predictions. The unemployment rate is down to three and a half percent. The hiring boom comes despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession. The economy shrank the last two quarters, which is one informal definition of recession, but most economists believe the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into a downturn, though they do fear one is coming. Sagar Meghani, Washington. AP

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Trump ally Kari Lake wins GOP primary for Arizona governor

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Trump ally Kari Lake wins GOP primary for Arizona governor

"Trump endorsed candidate Terry Lake has won the Republican primary for Arizona governor A former TV news anchor who centered false claims of election fraud in her campaign Carrie Lake secured the Republican gubernatorial nomination in Arizona That puts her up against Democrat Katie Hobbs Arizona Secretary of State in November Lake appeared to be trailing on election night when she thanked her supporters And I want to thank president Donald J Trump He's the one that got this whole thing going But she pulled into the lead against primary opponent Karen Taylor Robson after Maricopa County released the results from thousands of ballots that had been dropped off at the polls After the race was called Lake issued a statement saying arizonans who have been forgotten by the establishment just delivered a political earthquake On her social media Lake says she's thrilled to be speaking right before Trump at the conservative political action conference in Dallas on Saturday Audio courtesy canon XV I'm Jennifer King

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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And there's no path to victory for our opponent. That's Carrie Lake endorsed by Donald Trump in the Republican gubernatorial primary in Arizona claiming victory last night, even though the race had not been called victory over the Mike Pence endorsed Karen Taylor Robson. She started making vague accusations about voter fraud before. Even before the first vote was counted. But don't let her get you down. Remember, talk is cheap. Start in Arizona only because we'll go out, I guess alphabetical here, Jessica. How do you see this one turning out? Carrie Lake, obviously, is taking some advice from Donald Trump on how to take credit for things. Right. Well, she is the Trump endorsed candidate. She is an election conspiracy theorist. She's a former TV news anchor there in Phoenix. She's well known. She's undergone, just sort of a radical transformation and to complete Trump acolyte there. And she is a riskier general election candidate. She is leading this race has not been called, but as her opponent noted there too, she was claiming fraud even before and then now there's no fraud. So this is something that we see other candidates doing is only fraud if I lose. So is this good for Donald Trump that it hasn't been called yet? And I ask because Mike Pence is chosen candidate seems to be performing just about as well. My understanding is probably the outstanding ballots are probably going to favor late. But we will see what the final total is coming. You can never really tell. But I mean, it's good for Trump that his candidate won. He's been a tout that certainly. But it can still lose them November, sort of Trump looks at he looks at the trees and not at the forest because he wants to endorse candidates that are going to be loyal to him that parent his election lies. And those are not necessarily the best general election candidates. I mean, he has already cost Republicans to seats to governor of races in Massachusetts and Maryland by backing far right candidates that can not win in those blue states and one place in Massachusetts forcing moderate governor to retire instead of running again. And Arizona Doug ducey there who backed rob Robson is the RGA chairman. He knows how important this race is. You think Charlie baker would have run again if it weren't for Trump? A lot of the Republicans I've talked to think that he would have, but. Also, you know, because he very well could have lost in a primary because a lot of his support comes from independence and Democrats to the state. Versus the Republican base is one of the most conservative. Popular governors in the country though, right? Yeah. Or so we hear. Blake, tell me about Blake masters on the Senate primary is senator Kelly in trouble. This is the Trump endorsed candidate who's now the Republican nominee. Senator Kelly has been in trouble because of the environment and the fact that he is running in a state that Biden only one by three tenths of the vote. Now that he's got an opponent, though, what is this actual matchup tell you? I mean, masters is the weakest of the possible candidates that could have won. He has a lot of controversial writings that Democrats have already honed in on saying favorable things about quoting Nazis and the unabomber. And he's talked about abolishing social security. They will definitely play that and retiree heavy. Arizona. He has used another Peter Thiel candidate, the billionaire venture capitalist. It's also back to JD Vance and Ohio and I think this is a race that I've heard a lot of worry from Republicans in the past week or so. About masters versus Kelly, who Kelly is popular. He's a former astronaut. There's probably no better thing you can be in politics than an astronaut because everybody loves astronauts. He's running ahead of Biden again and ahead of vine's favorability. So master could be a real race. A lot of people would kind of written him off. This was supposed to be one of the seats that Republicans could flip, right? No, it's a race. It's still going to be a race, but I think masters was the weaker of the candidate. It's really because there is just a treasure trove of opposition research on him that's going to come out. Lastly, I'll ask you Jessica about the impeachers as Donald Trump likes to call them three House Republicans on primary ballots last night. I realized we have two that I believe are not able to call yet in Washington state, but it was not a good night for congressman Peter Meyer in Michigan. And there was some democratic meddling in this race. There were a lot of questions about it Democrats actually were helping to prop up John Gibbs, the Trump endorsed candidate there. Right. We've seen this in some of governor's races in other places, but not in states where it really the candidate, the election denier candidate could feasibly win. This has been bluer states. They're trying to take off the table. And here, though, you have Gibbs who is an election denier, worked in the Trump administration, Meyer someone that you have a lot of Democrats being very upset that the DCCC came in and spent here. But did they make the general easier for Democrats? They did, but given, again, it's no sure thing. You may think this guy is going to be easier to beat, but a lot of people thought that about Donald Trump in 2016 as well. So they're setting themselves up in a lot of cases to your point. If this is the bad strategy, we're going to be hearing a lot about it. Jessica Taylor, thank you for coming in. It's great to talk to you again. Senate governors editor of the cook political report with us on Bloomberg sound on. I'm Joe Matthew in Washington as we assemble the panel. 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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you so much for that update Charlie pellet. While primaries in a handful of states yesterday and it was a good night for Donald Trump endorsed Republicans and also a good night for moderate Democrats. To give us an idea of how we should read into the results, we're joined right now by Joe Matthew. The host of Bloomberg sound on, it's at weekdays at 5 p.m. Wall Street time here on Bloomberg radio Joe with us in the Bloomberg 99 one studio in Washington. Joe, great to have you with us. So we got Blake masters who's backed by Donald Trump and Peter Thiel. He won the GOP bid in Arizona. We saw Kansas voters reject an amendment to ease abortion bans. What we saw yesterday tell us anything about what to expect in the midterms. It's pretty hard to do that. This is one night on the trail. We still have several more weeks worth of primaries, but the vote that you mentioned in Kansas was stunning. No one really saw it coming. And as we try to unpack what happened, you know, Democrats and Republicans are trying to extrapolate what that means for the midterms here. But it's remarkable. This happened remarkable because it happened in Kansas where there are 24% of registered voters or Democrats versus 44% of Republicans. And it wasn't even close. It wasn't. This was a 20 point spread. And the turnout blew the doors off as well. As we saw twice as many people turn out to vote as did in the 2018 primary. So now all of a sudden, people are saying, wait a minute, maybe this is a game changer for November. I believe one political strategist on Twitter called it what a political earthquake given what we saw. Yeah, and that was a headline that I saw this morning as well. Look, the question, though, is we have to be cautious with this stuff, is Kansas a bellwether for the nation, or was this a story about really effective organizing and campaigning on the ground? There were thousands of pro choice activists who spent weeks knocking on doors, writing postcards, getting people to turn out the vote. That turnout is likely the reason why. Look, this took independence and Republicans to make this happen and that's why they got this done. Could that be duplicated? Not that this is on the ballot in every state, but could that be duplicated in primaries, for instance, where Republicans and Democrats are taking different sides on this issue. That's what we need to figure out. Yeah, and that's really the question I have for you because you could take this a couple different ways, Joe. The idea that if it is on the ballot, perhaps it's a galvanizing issue, but if perhaps it's not on the ballot, Democrats still come out and say, this is on the ballot in November because the people who you are voting for will be the ones who put in power, Supreme Court Justices who, you know, could bring back the constitutional right to an abortion. Or make some national law that legalizes it. Right. Well, that's correct. Now could a national law be viable after what we saw last night. This is the first time voters have had a chance to weigh in on this issue since the Supreme Court ruling, so everything here is new. And when you see a 20 point spread in Kansas, this wasn't in Massachusetts, this is a story. But again, when there are enough questions here that need to be answered that it's hard to start writing a trend story right now. Kansas has become it's a peculiar spot. It's become a destination for a lot of women who are leaving Texas and Oklahoma, seeking abortions. It's legal in Kansas for the first 22 weeks of pregnancy. That was what they were looking to change. And that will now remain the same. Joe, I will say you only need three examples to make a trend, but moving on. Did you do that in journalism? They do. I did learn that too. I think that's the scientific method even. So if you get me two more, we'll talk about it. Okay. Okay, well, let's broaden out from just Kansas because we also got some interesting other contests last night, including Arizona, Michigan, Missouri, just to name a few. I mean, what stood out to you beyond just Kansas? Well, we were looking for three of the ten Republican House members who voted to impeach Donald Trump were on the ballot last night. Two of them in Washington state have yet to be called, but it was a serious loss for a congressman from Michigan a freshman by the name of Peter Meyer who lost badly, like a 20 point loss to John Gibbs was his name that was a Trump endorsed newcomer and Democrats kind of meddled with this one as well. They tried to prop him up by buying ads on the belief that he'd be easier to beat in the general election and that may actually happen. You mentioned Arizona. That was a big sort of center of action last night, and it did play well for Trump. There's a Senate Republican primary there that was won by Blake masters. That's Trump's candidate. He's going to be running against senator Mark Kelly and in the gubernatorial race. They haven't called it actually on the Republican side. Donald Trump picked a TV news anchor. Now imagine either of you running for governor in Arizona. Consider this. Carrie Lake was her name, looks the part acts the part. You remember how Donald Trump was always suggested he was like going to central casting to pick his cabinet members and stuff. He tends to make choices on the trail like this. She took credit for winning last night, even though the race has not been called a Karen Taylor Robson is her opponent endorsed by Mike Pence. So this is a Trump Pence proxy that we're looking to see. Did you guys hear about the Eric's yeah, we heard about the Missouri, right? Yes, exactly. Do we have time for that? We have time for the errors. I mean, we had to find out. By the way, let's just

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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:24 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Now back to Arizona, where the Trump back candidate, this is Blake masters. Easily won, and so he now becomes the GOP candidate to face the incumbent democratic senator Mark Kelly. Very interestingly, Mark fincham, a big, a big proponent of 2000 mules, and somebody who is focused on the issue of election fraud. This is why the left calls them an election denier. Election denier. These days of you exposed fraudulent election denier. I think it's just a strategy somewhat similar to the mafia. I remember when you go after the mafia, I'd be like, this is prejudice against Italian Americans. You're implying that every Italian American is a crook and a criminal. No, we're not implying that. We're just going after the crooks and the criminals in the same year. This election denialism is supposed to be some kind of an epithet that's supposed to scare people. Well, to the degree that it means going after election fraud and protecting free elections, there's nothing wrong with being an election denialist. We're really fraud denialists if you want to put it that way. Anyway, Mark fincham wins the Republican Secretary of State nomination. And now we turn to the governor's race and here's Meghan McCain. This is an early on yesterday. She goes, wow. Lake is getting crushed so far. Incredible. Everybody, everybody, better turn to prime time. If this lunatic loses, she's gonna go absolute insane on live TV, like one for the books, make Trump look normal insane. So you can see, you know, Meghan McCain is starting to glow. She's like, we got the McCain family. We put all this money in, you know, the candidate running against Lake is married to a multi millionaire if not a billionaire, so the outspend carry Lake. Incomes, Mike Pence. So a lot of it was at stake here because in some ways the Republican establishment is also, I don't know if grooming is the right word, but there's sort of grooming Pence. And in order to groom pants, you gotta show that the Pence endorsement can carry a rival to carry Lake all the way to the nomination. And so not only that, but the former governor Doug ducey also strong endorsement of Karen Taylor Robson and it was looking sort of tricky for Carrie Lake for a while they carry like was behind most of the day yesterday, I guess partly because they had counted the mail in ballots first, but then when the day votes came in from yesterday itself, Carrie Lake surpasses Karen Taylor Robson. I don't think she's been officially declared the winner, but to me, this is important on two counts first. It's because it shows the maga takeover of the GOP. Carrie Lake represents the maga wing of the party, not to say the Republican establishment has no strength. They were able to make this much closer than many people thought. But second, Kerry Lake is focused on the election integrity issue. She's been all over 2000 mules. In fact, one of the most vocal and eloquent defenders of 2000 mules, even in hostile TV environments. And so it's fantastic to see her get across the finish line. I think she'll be a formidable candidate going into November.

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Dinesh Unpacks the Arizona Primary Election Results

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:24 min | 4 months ago

Dinesh Unpacks the Arizona Primary Election Results

"Now back to Arizona, where the Trump back candidate, this is Blake masters. Easily won, and so he now becomes the GOP candidate to face the incumbent democratic senator Mark Kelly. Very interestingly, Mark fincham, a big, a big proponent of 2000 mules, and somebody who is focused on the issue of election fraud. This is why the left calls them an election denier. Election denier. These days of you exposed fraudulent election denier. I think it's just a strategy somewhat similar to the mafia. I remember when you go after the mafia, I'd be like, this is prejudice against Italian Americans. You're implying that every Italian American is a crook and a criminal. No, we're not implying that. We're just going after the crooks and the criminals in the same year. This election denialism is supposed to be some kind of an epithet that's supposed to scare people. Well, to the degree that it means going after election fraud and protecting free elections, there's nothing wrong with being an election denialist. We're really fraud denialists if you want to put it that way. Anyway, Mark fincham wins the Republican Secretary of State nomination. And now we turn to the governor's race and here's Meghan McCain. This is an early on yesterday. She goes, wow. Lake is getting crushed so far. Incredible. Everybody, everybody, better turn to prime time. If this lunatic loses, she's gonna go absolute insane on live TV, like one for the books, make Trump look normal insane. So you can see, you know, Meghan McCain is starting to glow. She's like, we got the McCain family. We put all this money in, you know, the candidate running against Lake is married to a multi millionaire if not a billionaire, so the outspend carry Lake. Incomes, Mike Pence. So a lot of it was at stake here because in some ways the Republican establishment is also, I don't know if grooming is the right word, but there's sort of grooming Pence. And in order to groom pants, you gotta show that the Pence endorsement can carry a rival to carry Lake all the way to the nomination. And so not only that, but the former governor Doug ducey also strong endorsement of Karen Taylor Robson and it was looking sort of tricky for Carrie Lake for a while they carry like was behind most of the day yesterday, I guess partly because they had counted the mail in ballots first, but then when the day votes came in from yesterday itself, Carrie Lake surpasses Karen Taylor Robson. I don't think she's been officially declared the winner, but to me, this is important on two counts first. It's because it shows the maga takeover of the GOP. Carrie Lake represents the maga wing of the party, not to say the Republican establishment has no strength. They were able to make this much closer than many people thought. But second, Kerry Lake is focused on the election integrity issue. She's been all over 2000 mules. In fact, one of the most vocal and eloquent defenders of 2000 mules, even in hostile TV environments. And so it's fantastic to see her get across the finish line. I think she'll be a formidable candidate going into November.

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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I want to comment on the primary results from yesterday's election. And try to draw the significance of those results. Trump seems to have had a really good day. He endorsed about 42 candidates, but the races that were really focused on were the race with. Peter Meyer and John Gibbs. This was a race in Michigan, Peter, I think it's Meyer meijer. This is a guy, by the way, a multimillionaire with a supermarket fortune his name is all over the state. I think he thought he was invincible. He had a lot more money, his challenger was a guy, not very well known named John Gibbs. But the challenger had one thing and that's the endorsement of Trump. And of course, there was, I think, a lot of pent up frustration at Peter Meyer for voting for the Trump impeachment with no basis with no justification. So this is one of those guys that just needs to be swept out with the garbage. And sure enough he was. And so Peter Meyer is out, John Gibbs will now be the Republican candidate. It's going to be a difficult election in November for him because he's in a redistricted sort of Democrat plus ten, but the most important thing is the is the fact that Meyer is out. And this is a struggle that's going on within the GOP. This struggle was particularly dramatically illustrated by what's happening in Arizona. And that's really what I want to focus on. Now, you might remember rusty Bowers. He's the state senator. Running for state Senate for and he lost. This was the guy who appeared before the January 6th committee, acted like he's true to his lofty principles. He never saw any evidence of election fraud, Trump was asking him to do the impossible. And I guess the voters went, well, you know, we've kind of had enough of you, rusty. Sayonara and goodbye.

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"karen taylor robson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on WTOP

"In Glenn Arden, I'm John dome and we're making gains on Wall Street, the Dow is up 208 points. It's 11 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour, sponsored by Zoom. I'm Steve kth and Kansas voters say no to a referendum that would have allowed Republican lawmakers to tighten abortion restrictions or ban the procedure altogether. Planned Parenthood's Rachel sweet. The voters of Kansas have spoken loud and clear. We will not tolerate extreme bans on abortion in our state. CBS Caitlyn Huey burns is in Kansas. This is a conservative state, Republicans outnumber Democrats and they're also unaffiliated voters. But what we kept hearing from voters at the polls yesterday was that they were turning out for this issue alone. Arizona's Republican primary for governor is too close to call, Trump backed Carrie Lake has a slight edge over Karen Taylor Robson, who was endorsed by former vice president Pence. Our legal team is watching everything very, very closely. We will continue to fight for every lawful vote. In Missouri, Trump endorsed Eric in the Senate primary, leaving things open to interpretation, attorney general Eric Schmidt, won over disgraced former governor Eric greitens. Demand for monkeypox vaccine continues to grow as outbreaks widen so far more than 6300 cases in 48 states, infectious disease expert doctor Michael osterholm tells CBS mornings vaccine could be in short supply for some time to come. We do have a major shortage of vaccine. Remember the whole world wants us right now. The United States has not even leading in terms of numbers. Spain has 5 times as many cases per population as we do. United Kingdom twice as many. Well, house speaker Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan today after praising the island's democracy, a visit that lasted less than 24 hours, China sees Taiwan as its territory and CBS's Vicky Barker has more on the Beijing backlash. China has responded to the Pelosi trip by slapping some trade sanctions on Taiwan and by ordering live fire military drills in the air and sea around the island, not yet clear if Beijing plans to confine its response to those measures. Well, for decades, Vin Scully was the man behind the mic for so many big baseball games, Scully, who broadcast Dodgers games for 67 years, did national broadcast two died yesterday at 94. LA manager Dave Roberts. If I could put it in one word, he was a gentleman. And

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WTOP

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on WTOP

"TF 34. It's 10 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour. Presented by indeed dot com. I'm Deborah Rodriguez in New York by a margin of almost 60 to 40% kansans have voted against an amendment to the state constitution that could have paved the way for new abortion restrictions. The nation's aiming littlefield. If these numbers hold coming out of Kansas, I think this is clear evidence that that majority has awakened into a political force, the power of which no one quite saw coming. It was the first state to vote on abortion since the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade. President Biden is set to take new action White House correspondent Stephen portnoy. Today, the president will sign an executive order aimed at further advancing abortion rights in states where access is restricted. He'll direct the Health and Human Services secretary to consider giving waivers under Medicaid to cover abortions for those who travel across state lines to get them. Correspondent Ed O'Keefe is in Arizona with a look at a still undecided race there. With votes still being counted in Arizona's Republican gubernatorial primary, Karen Taylor Robson is neck and neck with opponent Carrie Lake. The former TV news anchor backed by former president Donald Trump believes the 2020 election was stolen. Carrie Lake got former vice president pence's endorsement. House speaker Nancy Pelosi is on her way to South Korea and Japan. After a controversial stop in Taiwan and a meeting with that nation's president, correspondent cami McCormick reports. China has reacted with anger to the visit and announced military exercises around the island. This is the exactly what we expected. National Security Council coordinator John Kirby. The

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02:14 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on WTOP

"Rodriguez in New York, voters in the Midwest have achieved the first electoral victory for abortion rights since the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade. Correspondent Christopher Cruise begins our primary coverage. CBS News projects voters in Kansas rejected a measure that would have allowed their Republican controlled legislature to restrict or even ban abortion outright. The measure would have changed the state constitution to ensure it doesn't grant the right to an abortion. CBS News projects one of the Eric's the winner and the Republican nomination for Senate in Missouri, CBS's Nicole Killian explains. Missouri attorney general Eric Schmidt is setting his sights on the general election in November after defeating former governor Eric greitens in the GOP primary for the show me state open Senate seat. Former president Trump endorsed Eric, but never said which one there's no clear winner yet in Arizona's Republican primary for governor. Karen Taylor Robson was endorsed by former president Trump Carrie Lake by former vice president Pence. Big win for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits. On this vote, the yeas are 86. The nays are 11, the Senate has approved a bill to create a new entitlement program to treat vets suffering the health effects of toxic trash bits on U.S. Military bases. The vote came just days after Republicans pulled their support over funding. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has visited with the president of Taiwan, a day after she landed on the island nation, escalating tensions with China, China expert Gordon Chang. We can see some military activity in the Taiwan area. So for instance, China firing a cruise missile directly over Taiwan, there could be an overflight. Pelosi promised the president there, members of Congress will not abandon their commitment to Taiwan. Intensive cleanup is underway in Kentucky, almost a week after devastating flooding that killed at least 37 people. This man in Wolfe county lost all of his possessions. Our respondent, Steve futterman has an update on California's largest and deadliest wildfire of the year. The death toll is now four after two more victims were found in separate homes in the fire area. It shows how swiftly these fires move. Thousands have

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03:30 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Concerned about how the Supreme Court's decision would affect the campaigns. This is going to make them raise some eyebrows this morning because this result clearly shows where the energy is on this issue of abortion rights right now and Republicans were on a glide path to take back the house and potentially the Senate, but this has the potential to help Democrats blunt some of those expected GOP gains and it's partly why we've seen some Senate democratic candidates, for example, inching ahead in some key places. Oh, that's good to some other results. I know former president Trump has weighed in on a lot of races in these primaries, how did his candidates do this time? Yeah, let's start in Arizona and the key Senate race there, Blake masters who had Trump's endorsement one and will face Democrat Mark Kelly this fall. Masters of venture capitalist who pushed Trump's policies and his election lies, by the way. He had big financial backing from his friend and mentor, PayPal founder Peter Thiel, who poured millions into this race. In the Secretary of State's race, a Trump backed conspiracy theorist and election denier won the GOP nomination. Mark fincham is now the 6th election denier across the country to win the Republican nomination for a job that would control election administration in states. Four of those places are in key presidential swing states, a Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, and now Arizona, and in a big race for governor there, the race is too close to call at this point, polls had shown Trump's preferred candidate Carrie Lake also an election denier well ahead, but only a couple thousand votes now separate her from Karen Taylor Robson, who had the endorsement of former vice president Mike Pence. What about Republicans who voted for Trump's impeachment? What were the results with them? Yeah, there were three Republicans on the ballot who voted for Trump's impeachment after January 6th. And so far one, moderate Republican Peter Meyer lost in Michigan. The other two, both in Washington state Jamie Herrera butler and Dan newhouse are ahead of Republican challengers, but only about half the vote or so is in there. And we don't expect to see a final result of immediately. Meyer's loss is pretty significant and have to say because it gives Democrats now a pickup opportunity. This was a district where President Biden won in 2020 and the man who ousted John gives is a former Trump appointee to the Department of Housing and urban development, he had Trump's endorsement and is far more hardline than Meyer. It's going to be a real test of whether a Trump candidate can win in a general election in a swing district. What about this test in terms of Trump's weight and support in America today? Yeah, I mean, Trump clearly has a firm grip on the Republican Party, but he's still highly unpopular more broadly and that and like a district like that one in Michigan. We're going to see how candidates with his policies and backing fare in purple places like Arizona and Michigan can a Blake masters, for example, with hard right Trump policies when in Arizona over a more moderate candidate like Democrat Mark Kelly and this is a hugely important Senate race because of how narrow the control of the Senate is right now with it being 50 50 with Democrats ahead. Do these election deniers win Secretary of State races that used to be won by fairly nonpartisan people when it comes to elections, pretty big questions ahead of this fall. That's NPR's domenico montanaro thanks a lot. Hey, you're welcome. This

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05:06 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on WTOP

"The home estimates. Now 8 ten. And its campaign 2022 on WTO, former president Donald Trump's endorsement power being put to the test as 5 states hold primary elections tonight, abortion rights and impeachment consequences also in play as voters in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington state head to the polls just want to share with you some very early returns. This is with less than 1% of precincts reporting. And this is the U.S. Senate race in Missouri, where Roy blunt is retiring. So on the Republican side, we've got two candidates named Eric and president Trump said yesterday he endorses Eric Eric Schmidt has 38% of the vote Vicky hartzler with 30% and then the other Eric, Eric greitens, former governor at 16% on the democratic side, trudy bush Valentine, some observers have referred to her as the beer heiress. She is from the Bush family, the well-known beer company. She's got 51% of the vote. Lucas kunz has 27%. So that's what's happening. Just some early numbers here. We're going to bring in Jeff duford. He's editor in chief of national journal, not much to play on with those early numbers, but can we jump into Missouri a little bit, Jeff and talk about what you know there and what you may be expecting? I would love to, as you said, the storyline out of Missouri, at least over the last 48 hours or so, has been like a plot line from the show veep, where rather than actually come out and endorse one of the candidates, Trump just endorsed Eric because they're both named Eric. This on a more serious note is a really, really critical race, however. This all 5 of these states could be in play this fall. So this, I think, is one of the most important primary nights since the Georgia and Alabama night that we had back in the spring. But we've got Eric greitens who was the leader for most of this race. He is a really problematic candidate. He's a former governor, had to step down. I made all sorts of ethical clouds and allegations of sexual assault. Issues with his ex-wife. Eric Schmidt is the state attorney general, only recently when Republican allied groups ported a lot of money on his behalf, has Schmidt finally caught up and now surpassed writings. He's expected to win and in so doing probably keep this state where it should be, according to Republicans, which is in the red column, had greitens gotten the nomination. This really, I should say, if greitens gets the nomination, this could really be a toss up race in the fall, which is not something Republicans are looking to do, spend money in a state like Missouri. Apologize, we don't have time to take a deep dive in all 5 states here just as you did with this race in Missouri, but are you next most closely looking at Arizona? I'm speaking in terms of people who are concerned about election deniers, possibly winning some of these positions. Yeah, this is this state is exhibit a in terms of the Trump establishment quote unquote versus the Trump wing of the party. You've got Kerry Lake endorsed by Trump for governor versus Karen Taylor Robson endorsed by Mike Pence and a number of other Republican establishment figures on the Senate side. Similarly, you've got the Peter Thiel backed candidate. On the one hand it looks like he's probably going to win Blake masters is his name. He looks like he's probably going to win over some more establishment candidates like the attorney general, Mike brnovich, the question is, if Trump gets the victories tonight that he's hoping for are those candidates then weaker going into the general election and do they give Democrats a little bit of an advantage in November. So that's an interesting I don't want to say it's counterintuitive, but you'd think they'd actually get some supercharged atmosphere, if you will. If they win tonight, but you're saying they may weaken. Yeah, I think a year ago that might have been the case, but the shine is starting to come off Trump's star, even among Republicans now a little bit, a combination of January 6th and just the constant drum beat of ethical issues and legal trouble that he's got. And his mixed record in some of these primaries in terms of endorsing candidates. His record has been far from perfect in the at least in the higher profile races. So a lot of candidates and establishment figures are not afraid to try to run in a different lane than Trump lane. We appreciate the update Jeff and we'll talk to you a little later tonight. Thanks so much. Sure thing. Yep. Jeff do four. He's live on Skype and he's national journals, editor in chief, as we're just getting the first results fewer than 1% in some of the Missouri races a long way to go tonight with 5 states with people voting. Next, though, turning to sports a blockbuster trade pulls Juan Soto from the nationals lineup against the mets tonight and not just from the lineup. He has gone from the team. Rob will have more in just

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01:55 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on WTOP

"89 in Annapolis, and it's 88 right now in Leesburg on our way into the 90s. Campaign 2022 here on WTO, it is another primary Tuesday with elections in a number of states today. We are keeping an eye on the battleground state of Arizona where there are a number of Trump back candidates on the ballot who support the former president's false claims of 2020 election fraud. CBS News White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe is in Arizona and tells WTO, those candidates in the race for governor and down ballot have a real chance. You may have election deniers in charge of either the governor's office, the attorney general's office, so the Secretary of State's office in a major presidential battleground state. Remember, the president only won here with 10,000 votes and there were all those disputes about it. Imagine if one of those people who supports the former president's false claims is in charge and potentially there tries to hold up or do something else with the results. That is the concern of Republicans and Democrats and independents out here and across the country who are monitoring the race between Carrie Lake, a former local television news anchor here in Phoenix, very well known. And a woman named Karen Taylor Robson, a longtime Republican donor and activist type from a Reagan administration official. There's also some big contests today in Missouri, Kansas and Michigan. Volunteering to be an election worker isn't what it used to be. The Justice Department says a task force has found more than a thousand hostile or harassing contacts with election workers. The election threats task force launched last year found that some 11% of the contacts with election workers met the threshold for federal criminal probe. It says many of the contacts were hostile harassing and abusive. The task force found that election workers and states with close races in 2020 were more likely to receive threats and most possibly criminal threats were in places including Georgia, Pennsylvania

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03:57 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on WTOP

"1241. Its campaign 2022 on WTO and another primary Tuesday underway, with elections being held in a number of states today. Among some of the notable races a crowded field of Republican candidates running for governor of Michigan, including a man charged in the January 6th attack on the capitol. There are also big votes today in Missouri, Kansas, and in Arizona. Joining us live from Arizona is CBS senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe. Let's start where you are. The Republican primary for governor is red hot there and there are a number of candidates on the ballot in Arizona supporting former president Trump and his false claims of election fraud in 2020. Tell us more. There sure are and what's intriguing about this is that, you know, depending on how things go, they've got a good chance if they win the nomination in the next day or so to win the general election. And so you may have election deniers in charge of either the governor's office, the attorney general's office, so the Secretary of State's office in a major presidential battleground state. Remember, the president only won here with 10,000 votes and there were all those disputes about it. Imagine if one of those people who supports the former president's false claims is in charge and potentially either tries to hold up or do something else with the results. That is the concern of Republicans and Democrats and independents out here and across the country who are monitoring the race between Carrie Lake, a former local television news anchor here in Phoenix, very well known. And a woman named Karen Taylor Robson a longtime Republican donor and activist type from a Reagan administration official who was running for the first time and Warren to carry Lake is too extreme. You've got a crowded Senate race where the former president has weighed in. You've got races all the way down the ballot where he is trying to influence the results because this is one of those states that is key to winning The White House and what he believes incorrectly that the election was stolen from him. All eyes are also on Michigan, Ed, where that state's Republican primary has generated some controversy as well. What's going on there? That's right. Well, I mean, trudy Dixon is the woman who has been essentially everyone has rallied behind in recent days. Another example of Trump backed candidates who may or may not be believing in the truth. Let's put it that way. But there's no one other intriguing race. Two other congressional ones to watch through this. A Democrat on Democrat primary due to redistricting and the Detroit area tonight to watch the little pain for the Democrats. We've got another one of those in New York later this month. Also, Peter Meyer, the Republican from Michigan was one of three House Republicans on the ballot tonight in primary races who voted for former president Trump's impeachment. They're all facing Trump back challengers. Good chance all three of them could go down tonight. Again, another example of how he has reached into races all across the country to make sure his influence is felt. We know you closely follow the numbers. So many of these are happening here in the midst of summer vacation season. What are the numbers like are people turning out to vote in these primaries very much? Well, yes, they are out here in Arizona where I should point out and somebody who's spent most of his life living and working on the east coast. I didn't appreciate. Schools went back into session in some parts of Arizona yesterday. So they get started out here a lot earlier than we do out in the east. And that's part of the reason why they can hold the primary at this time of year because the parents are home with the kids. But there are signs, Democrats tell me, others have said that early vote turnout has been on par with 2018, maybe even close to 2020. That is a good sign for both parties who need to turn out their base and other interested voters to either stop the other side or support the one that they're voting for. And we've seen pretty healthy numbers already this year in Pennsylvania and Georgia among Republicans. We'll see what the turnout looks like here in Michigan. Kansas, Washington state, Missouri tonight. All right, great to talk to you Ed. Thanks so much, CBS, senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe. Hi, it's Rita Kessler. Did you know that

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05:21 min | 4 months ago

"karen taylor robson" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again

"Well, you know what I would do it just because the senses and the work left wouldn't like it? Oh, sir, sir, I have great respect for you. Sixpence nonetheless. Now, he's endorsing Karen Taylor Robson. Who is the opposite candidate that you are endorsing, he's definitely doing this. I don't even know if he really likes this Karen Taylor Robson. And every Republican woman almost all of them go by three names. Why is that? Well, I think we're going to talk about one soon that doesn't go by three names because she's got two little cannons in her shirt. We are going to talk about Lauren boebert in a minute. But why do a lot of them like what's it Marjorie Taylor Greene? She goes by three, this Karen Taylor rob single by three. Is that like, does it make you more distinguished? Do they think? No, I think in their heart they're serial killers. I think they want to, you know, chop up bodies and Merida people and that's what we like. We like killers. We like tough people. So they, you know, John Wilkes booth Lee Harvey Oswald. Martin Taylor Greene, you know, very tough people. Now, him endorsing the opposite candidate of you, does that bother you because the press is turning into like he is just going against you to make you to distance itself from you. Listen. If you went through the nightclub, okay? And you see beautiful women. And you want to talk to one, and you see Mike Pence is talking to him. You don't feel any competition. You walk right up there and say, unless you want your nails done or your hair done. Or to talk about bravo television. You're barking up the wrong tree with this. Big Q tip of gayness, Mike Pence. So whoever he endorses is an automatic stamp of weakness. And possible gayness. Thank you. He's like, remember Philadelphia? Remember with

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