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Full Episode: Friday, April 3, 2020

Perspective

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Full Episode: Friday, April 3, 2020

"From ABC News. This is perspective closer. Look at the week's top stories on the global pandemic. I'm Sherry Preston coming up Kobe. Nineteen hits home doctors and nurses working overtime every day. When I go to work I feel like sheep going to slaughter my colleagues and I are writing our last will and testament cases growing across the country. We'll tell you how one man made it out of the ICU. Once you get into ICU. You're in control of virtually nothing and how they're bracing for a possible onslaught in rural America. There is a real fear if it were to get out of control here in West Virginia that we could lose a lot of our population all ahead on perspective after three weeks of staying inside trying to stop the spread of covert nineteen. Americans were told this week. This could be our lives until Memorial Day or even beyond into the summer. Millions ARE OUT OF JOBS. Others are working from home and others are working in hospitals doctors and nurses greeted with cheers every night at seven pm here in New York City. The epicenter of the outbreak cheers might be here but the sentiment is all across America. We are so grateful for those going to work trying to save the lives of others. Here's ABC's Kenneth Moton Hospital workers on the frontlines fearful exhausted but vowing to fight. What one doctor calls the invisible risk that trails? Her virus home from work to my family doctor. Michelle Al is an anesthesiologist in Atlanta with elective surgeries on hold. She's been given one of the most dangerous jobs at our hospital into baiting corona virus patients who can't breathe on their own doctor mitts. She recently updated her will and she's already living separately from her family. I sleep separately from everyone else now in a room in the basement and I use a separate bathroom from everyone else. I do all my laundry separately and I make sure that no one else handles it My kids are not allowed into my bedroom sir. More a nurse in Saint Paul Minnesota and self proclaimed Germaphobe says. She did everything right and still tested positive for the virus. I felt like I was hit by a truck. It was something like I've never felt before in my life and it scared me. Doctors and nurses have become a critical link for families unable to visit the hospital. They described the emotional toll of being the last ones with dying patients. Their families can only say goodbye over a video APP online just came from. A patient's room is actively dying positive diagnosis of her covert nineteen and his family. Come so facetime family and it was perfect. A growing death toll among healthcare workers including neurosurgeon James Goodrich of New York. He made medical history and twenty seventeen when he successfully separated conjoined twin boys during a twenty seven hour surgery. If you don't have a health care crisis in your community please come help us in New York now. In New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is urging healthcare workers in other states to help New York face the overwhelming crush of patients. As for Dr Out. She's still trying to process the request from her husband. Who's also a physician asking her not to touch their kids. Hard to hear you know. I understand what he's saying and I know why he's worried. But how can you not hug your kids as a part of his nightly radio show and podcast? Cova nineteen what you need to know. Abc's Aaron Katersky. Talk to a nurse named Nicky here in New York. She was diagnosed with a novel. Corona virus but amazingly hopes to go back to the hospital. When she's better Nikki. How you feeling definitely Achey. That's the biggest issue that I'm having in terms of the virus itself loss of appetite. I did notice that I have very slight remainder of smell but to what my usual senses. It's it's very very diminished. But I would have to say that. My biggest complaint is body aches and they're pretty intense. It's almost like the. The pain is generated from the bone. It's very hard to explain. I've never quite felt anything like it. So you're wearing protective gear. What's the supply of that like around the hospital because we've heard horror stories in different places so the supply is not horrible but I will say that there are other floors that we've transferred patients to Where I see nurses without a ninety five's and there's a certain guilt and not actually when I'm transferring a patient and I have my ninety five on and I'm you know assumed safe without mask and then I'm handing care over to another nurse. Who's just wearing a plane surgical mask and I'm not sure what the decisions are. Being made in. Terms of these masks are being allocated but There is a certain guilt in myself. At least when I hand that care over to another nurse than I asked whether the ninety five hundred and I see that look of just sort of blankets and there is what do you say to people who are not adhering to all of the protocols. There's a reason why these recommendations are are being sent out to people and it's because the influx of patients that is coming into the hospitals at this point is rapid. It's it's making nurses who have not been bedside for twenty. Plus years kept pulled from their original positions and thrown into taking care of very very complex medical patients. We obviously can't stay home. We need to be out there. I am staying home now because I have to but as soon as I'm well enough to get back in I'm in you know and I think it's important that people understand that your actions just your actions alone merely can make a difference for your home recovering any words to your fellow nurses. I'm just going to say be careful if you don't feel your assignment is safe escalated. Don't be you know I mean they're calling heroes but don't be a hero in these respects. You have a life you have a family and make sure you have the proper p. Make sure you're stopping and thinking before you d glove and stay out there An quote scam back out there with you guys the first place you should go. If you're suffering from symptoms that you think might be related to the corona virus would be your doctor. Give them a call right off the bat to see what steps you should take next. A lot of people though might not have a primary care physician so when they're sick enough to be hospitalized they call nine one one and that call is answered by EMS. Abc's Eva Pilgrim. Spent a day with the EMT's who are on the emergency medical services staff finding out what it's like. The ems workers are the infantry and they're overwhelmed the number of calls to New York's nine one one system skyrocketing to all time highs. This is the scariest thing I've ever seen at this point. They assume every call is a corona virus patient. We followed their day from the distance ambulance. Just pulled out the call. This woman says her aunt is Kobe. Nineteen positive and has pneumonia. This is her second trip to the hospital. I'm scared for the constant contact is taking its toll. More than twenty percent of the ems force is now out sick. Most with covert nineteen or symptoms of the virus. The ones that can are working. Nearly non stop sometimes armed with only limited protective gear many afraid of infecting their families. At home we have dozens and dozens of members. Who are sleeping in the car is because they don't want to bring it to the family the ems workers here. Continue to answer the call at this point. It's not a question of if we are going to get it but how bad we're going to get it and we were able to to another paramedic here in New York City one who has been working overtime to help others. His name is Jack Chapman. Jack How long do you think that this whole thing could last hard to say? I don't think we were really prepared. For how widely this has spread on our guidelines are changing every day sometimes multiple times. A day whether it's how we treat patients or whether we taken to the hospital to leave them home or we're going to be working with its constantly changing the P. guidelines are often changing and we're trying to keep it all. Can you safely say that? This is the busiest that you have ever been in New York even on September eleventh. Yes In recent days the call volume has surpassed the highest number. Ever been the volume. Now is higher than it was after nine eleven the New York City. Ns System the other day did seven thousand one hundred eleven. Kohl's I believe that's unheard of a typical day is about four thousand forty five hundred calls on a busy day. Five thousand so tell us what it's like when you're called into homes and apartments following calls of people who have covert nineteenth symptoms. We're seeing patients with all kinds of different presentations. Were walking into people's houses sometimes finding them on the floor with oxygen levels in their sixties when they should normally be at least ninety four percent before we start a thing that we need to give them supplemental oxygen. We had someone. Who's actionable was fifty six percent on room air which is extremely extremely well. I was surprised. The person was even able to answer questions appropriately. We're seeing patients with that. Think they have it in WanNa maybe go to the hospital at tested and we try to inform them that that might not be the best option for them. We can provide testing hospitals. Aren't testing everyone. So we WANNA educate people on what might be the best options for them. What do you say about those who are regardless of everything that healthcare workers and people like you have been saying still are not taking this thing seriously maybe younger people? We're seeing patients that are young in their twenties thirties forties with no pre existing medical conditions. Who are getting hit with this virus in ending up having to be intimated on a ventilator some some cases even on heart lung bypass with machines oxygenated blood outside of their body because their lungs have failed. I think people need to understand that there is no one. That's exempt from this virus. It sitting all age groups all of Mississippi's all backgrounds. Unfortunately there's no rhyme or reason that we know of two who is getting worse than others and I would encourage people to only call nine one for a true emergency if they feel they're having to merge don't hesitate call us we will But if they do feel they're having a true emergency. Don't hesitate call us. We will come but if they want to call us just because they think they might have it or they think they need a tester. They're not sure maybe they should call their primary healthcare provider or an urgent care seek treatment outside of an emergency. Emt Jack Chapman here in New York City. You've been hearing a lot about what's been going on here in New York. But this week outbreaks were sent in several states some with the potential to become dire among them Louisiana or ABC's. Jim Ryan says the viruses thought to have spread during Mardi Gras in New Orleans one of the biggest annual open air parties in the country. Mardi gras typically draws about one point four million people to New Orleans for partying parades and people watch it among the crowds in the French quarter and the Garden District for Mardi Gras twenty twenty. Few people knew anything about corona virus much less did they suspect that it would soon bring the US economy to its news. But somewhere among the throngs of revelers you had visitors from some part that had The infection and then it sort of started spreading through the population. Dr Julio Figueroa as the Division Director of Infectious Diseases at Louisiana State University health in Orleans once the seed was planted. He says he grew quickly. One thing about New Orleans is that we enjoy each other and we like hanging out with each other and so therefore this kind of virus where it can be transmitted from person to person with relative ease is one of those things that gets to be difficult in In terms of preventing the spread thirteen days after fat Tuesday Louisiana had its first positive diagnosis of Kobe. Nineteen soon after that. It's first death now. The fatality count doubles every four days. And while the deepest concentration of infections is in the Greater New Orleans Area Governor John. Bel Edwards has a warning for his constituents. No matter who you are or where you live. This corona virus is in your neighborhood. It is spreading throughout the state of Louisiana. There is no place where it isn't there are some places where we haven't detected it yet. There is no reason to think that Louisiana won't look like Italy despite Edwards statewide. Stay at home. Order and restrictions on public gatherings some have defied the measures intended to stop the spread of the virus. Preacher Tony Spell is still holding services in his suburban Baton Rouge Church. We are more essential than the retailers whose doors remain open and welcoming petitioners who might be most vulnerable to Cova nineteen the very young and the very old. How is it that Louisiana population four point six million while right next door taxes with twenty nine million people has half as many positive diagnoses and one fourth the Fidelity Count New Orleans? Latoya Cantrell says it all goes back to her cities annual mega party. In hindsight. If we were given clear direction we would not have had Mardi gras and I would have been the leader to cancel from Louisiana Onto West Virginia. The last date to get a positive test result for the novel Corona Virus West Virginia State with a lot of older folks a lot of folks living in rural areas and a lot of folks many of them coal miners who have underlying health conditions already. It's always a pleasure to check in with our good Buddy Chris Lawrence the CO anchor on West. Virginia's morning news on the Metro News Radio Network and Wchs Radio in Charleston West Virginia before we get started about rural hospitals in West Virginia. I want to ask how you doing. How you guys are doing and what things are like. They're West Virginia. Well certainly not nearly as As dire as they are there where you are in New York City but early on in this our governor Jim Justice Acting on the advice of several state health officials decided to go ahead and close the schools. The first thing he actually did was he stopped the State Basketball Tournament. That was happening here in Charleston. That's a huge event that is eagerly anticipated by everyone and he shut it down like right in the middle of the day like one game was being played in as soon as it was over the tournament was called off at everybody sent home and everybody had a real. You know backlash to that because it was so out of the norm but I think as time went along everybody started to see what was happening around the world and and and begin to realize that this was much more serious than at first. We thought in in the governor decided close the schools and then it wasn't but a couple of days later any issued a stay at home order and all non essential businesses were closed and pretty much. Everybody started staying at home here at the radio ranch. We started down to a skeleton crew. It's just the people who are on the air and the producers that are coming in every day we're still doing that to To broadcast essential information. That people need but yet it has been like that throughout the week. the the latest news. This week he The governor delayed our primary election that wants to be may twelfth until June ninth. So they delayed the election. It's that big of a deal here in West Virginia but it has helped us in that flattening. The curve is what everybody seems to be. The term everybody wants to use the ratio of people who have tested positive to those who have been tested at all is about four percent here in West Virginia whereas we're told across the country that averages about eight to ten percent of West Virginia has an older population and generally has higher rates of chronic illnesses than other states. It's a rural state for the most part how worried or hospital officials about what could happen. There things are going well but how worried are they about what could happen in the future? There's a lot of concern here Sherri particularly because we have that elderly population. We're not the healthiest state in the country. Obviously a lot of people here smoke a lot of people here suffer from black lung elderly folks that worked in the coal mines that are now retired and they already have a lot of respiratory issues in that is exactly the kind of folks that are most at risk with this cove in nineteen virus and there is a real fear that it if it were to get out of control here in West Virginia that we could lose a lot of our population Particularly the elderly folks in West Virginia. So there's a real fear here that that is going to happen early on the A lot of our hospitals here decided to just do away with their elective procedures. So what has happened is there's not as many people in the hospital. We have a lot of empty beds here because of that but they they have those freed up in case there is a the surge that may come. We're we're told that this surge in West Virginia may hit around the first week of. May Chris when you're talking about rural hospitals. How are you doing in terms of masks in terms of the personal protective equipment that everybody is talking about and especially those lifesaving ventilators so far that has not been something that has been of grave concern here in West Virginia? I think that just this week we had a story that a lot of the personal protective gear that the hospital workers need a lot of that arrived from the national store. West Virginia got share The National Guard has a assembled and distributed that across the state to all fifty five of our counties. Ventilators has not been a big concern here in West Virginia. That's not saying that it won't be in the in the future but I think the biggest concern here has just been keeping people away from one another breaking up gatherings of ten or more and just getting people to stay home and and to take this seriously and practice social distancing. Finally Chris Your State is one of in my opinion the most beautiful in the country. And you know you name your show as West Virginia outdoors. How important is it? Been to you guys and your listeners to get out there and and and and be even if you're by yourself you're in the outdoors sheriff. There's no better place to social distance than in West. Virginia you can come to West Virginia and And you can get lost pretty quickly and not see another soul. We don't want you to do it right now. Though in fact governor justice made that clear this week because he closed down all of the State Park Campgrounds and I'll private campgrounds because we were finding that a lot of folks from Some of the larger metropolitan areas were coming into West. Virginia derived this out until this is over and nobody is really invited to come in and enjoy it but for those of us who are some of the chosen few that get to live here. Yes getting out to take him to hike. Walking in our mountains Is One of the most enjoyable ways ever to socially isolate from From everyone else. Well Chris. It's been a pleasure talking to you. I am very proud to be You know a member of your morning team you guys tweet at me every Friday and I wish you all well and we're thinking of you and praying for you and everything else take care and we will here in New York. Okay buddy sounds good. Sherry will be praying for you guys up there in. New York City as well. Stay safe The number of Americans out of work because of the pandemic is staggering another six and a half million filed for unemployment benefits this week in addition to the three and a half million who filed last week making about ten million people in the United States suddenly without a job. Some are hiring. Mostly places where you get your groceries. Greg Ferrara's the CEO of the National Grocers Association. He says they're usually the ones dropping items off at bars and restaurants. Now they're trying to help those out of work restaurant restaurants and bars and other service industries have to pull back. Our stores obviously need to help him. So we have our members go out into the community and say hey if you need a job we to hire you even. You're certainly for a temporary basis. Come on come see us get an application and we love to love to hire you so it's just wonderful senior community come together. It's wonderful to see Our supermarkets be able to pick up some of that slack and help people in their communities. Continue to receive a paycheck. This former waitress from Long Island New York to file for unemployment last week but it was so busy she couldn't get through. She still needs the income so she might be working in a supermarket soon. I have decided to start weighing in the possibility of maybe applying to local food store. I would prefer to stay at home just as weird advised but some of us don't have the luxury of waiting around for a check to come in and and I'm definitely one of those people. And then there's a question of health insurance. President Trump said this week. He would not reopen obamacare enrollment for the federally run healthcare exchanges which allow Americans to purchase subsidized plans. Independent of their employers. Americans are eligible for special enrollment. However if they quit or get laid off from their jobs they could also turn to state run exchanges if they live in any kind of the dozen states that have reopened enrollment because of the corona virus. So here's the bottom line on that. If you lost your health insurance through your job you have sixty days to enroll in obamacare. If you've never had health insurance so you lost your job. You might qualify for Medicaid. And if you've never had health insurance and don't qualify for Medicaid check with your state. There are a dozen that run their own exchanges and have reopened enrollment. It's confusing but go to your state. Healthcare Department or Healthcare Dot Gov might be able to get you some answers anew. Abc News investigation offered insight into how quickly cove nineteen spread into the US and how it may have arrived here much sooner than we anticipated. Abc's Linsey Davis breaks down those numbers seven hundred fifty nine thousand four hundred ninety three. That's the number of passengers who came to the US from China from December to February when the disease took hold in ruhan according to a detailed account of travel data and that includes more than two hundred twenty eight thousand Americans returning home to the US president trump restricted travel from China to months ago as the epidemic shutdown Wuhan but some eighteen thousand Americans returned home from China after those restrictions were in place travel from most of Europe wasn't restricted until just three weeks ago after the major outbreak in Italy. Well after the disease had spread globally and in February alone more than fifty four thousand arrived to the US from Italy in total from December to February. Some three point four million people came into the US from China. Italy Spain and Britain some of the countries that have been hardest hit by Cova nineteen. And while there's no way to know just how many of those travelers were infected? The travel data shows just how fast a disease can spread in highly interconnected global community before we even knew what hit us. We saw the virus spreading rapidly over all parts of Europe especially Spain and Italy. Abc's Megan Williams lives in Rome. We've been talking to her for a few weeks about just how bad it's gotten in the northern region and what misteps were taken that help. The virus spread Italy Cova. Daily deaths remain steady as politicians in the hard hit north Warren the world to set up separate hospitals for positive patients. Skip IMMORTAL DARLIE. You percent people. Tv Carla Borghetti. The vice premier of Lombard Dea where most of Italy's more than twelve thousand deaths have occurred says the biggest mistake they made in the northern region of ten million was to admit patients infected with covert nineteen into hospitals throughout the region that meant we spread the virus and all our hospitals. He says we should immediately set up. Separate structures exclusively for people sick with corona virus. The rest of Italy is doing this now and he says he recommends the rest of the world. Do it too loud. But the government is to appleaday more than one hundred thousand people have tested positive for Cova nineteen in Italy though. Experts say the real number could be ten times more longtime. Abc News correspondent. Bob Woodruff's twenty-eight-year-old son. Mac has been diagnosed with covert nineteen. He believes he came down with a virus while traveling from Europe to Sydney Australia. Bob Talk with mccotter zoom. Call this week about what he saw. Countries doing as the corona virus moved invisibly across borders. You're able to go over the border from France into an Switzerland Geneva without without a problem. Traveling from France to Switzerland was not an issue. I think if you're traveling on the other side of the border for Italy's border with Switzerland was a huge issue but I think might greater chance of being exposed Was either my last night in Balata share. There is a huge gathering of people at all the local bars and restaurants because it was the last day that any of them are going to be open probably for four or five months and so I went to get dinner with a big group of there. Were probably a hundred people in the restaurant and then the following day. I got my flight. Geneva airport was a little hectic my chance to being infected in those airports Geneva and Dubai and Sydney the only other thing places. I can think that it could have happened. Though is really taking it in Europe as well but people are not breaking sern. People go to those parties those bars and we're thinking about the government wasn't or them to stay out of those yet the night that there are all the parties President Macron went on. Tv announced it as of midnight that night all non essential business would be closed so when the guy sitting next to me or at a cheeseburger the waiter came and said this is probably going to be the last cheeseburger served in this town or six months role was I was filming a project For a company called skin fly. You're out in the middle of the mountain the countryside. You're not afraid of getting kind of corona virus. I personally was not very concerned until the day I flew home. I figured that bow to Sarah was pretty isolated. I come to realize now that I think it was definitely going through the ski resort and pretty much any place that has a high concentration of people in even though the the Mount. Seir was less crowded than normal. It's still a crowded place when you're getting the headaches that you think maybe this was the Virus honestly. I didn't know that headaches were a symptom of it. I just assumed it was all jet lag. I didn't even know the bad loss of smell and taste was a symptom until I experienced. It ended did a quick google. I've lost my sense of taste before but never to this extent still to this day bite into a chocolate bar and bite into a lemon and decipher any difference in taste can finally your cooking. And you can't smell anything either. Smell anything. Yeah. When you sat down insignia. The sense that the country was worried. About this. Or Not really. When I landed in Sydney we taxied to the gate. We all stood up in our bags and then the announcement came. We need to sit back down that Help Organization was going to board the plane. And give out some flyers. And so. That's exactly what happened. I believe it was a guy and a girl came onto the flight dressed pretty much. A full has met suit face masks and they handed out flyers about in what you should be doing during the first two weeks that you are back Australia. Self quarantined aims mandatory. Fourteen day quarantine. You can't go outside if you do. You have to wear masks. Only for mandatory activities sign that I saw. Sydney Airport says alert. Keep African fever out of Australia. chuckled the. Australians are warning people against bringing an African swine fever meanwhile cove in Nineteen Rana viruses sweeping the world and killing thousands and thousands of people not fat swine. Fever isn't something big concern about but just wasn't optimized at all landing basically getting evacuated France. People are starting to take it seriously here. Finally police are knocking on doors to make sure that everyone where they're supposed to stay safe now. And I'll I'll let you know when I can enjoy some cookies. We're hearing more and more about cove in nineteen affecting healthy people and young people with no pre existing conditions. Generally is it is deadly put. It can be incredibly serious. Case in point chip Burger from the Atlanta area. Millage guide no underlying health issues. In fact he works part time at the aquarium there. Swimming with sharks toys gotta stay healthy. He got very sick with covert nineteen last month and very nearly died. He's written about it on his facebook page. He's been shared. Oh a couple thousand times and he agreed to talk with us this week from his home in Georgia first of all. I WanNa know how you feeling now. Great from the symptoms standpoint. They're pretty much gone. I'll cough every now and then I'll probably during the interview. What I talk from Stamina standpoint? I'm about ninety percent so get better every day. Get plenty of rest so doing well. Well well what you've written here is sort of a ten part lessons in. How does the five this you know if you can? The first lesson was don't overdo it. You've got a cough or fever you know. Just listen to your body right. Developed a little call on March eleventh which was a Wednesday. I was at work. I felt great. I just had this irritating little cough and it wasn't really until that week of the fifteenth of the twenty second started feel my symptoms deteriorate. Sort of each day it started. I started feeling weaker. I didn't lose my sense of taste but it but it changed to where everything tasted like a combination of Sawdust in black mold. I mean just maybe the last straw course. My wife kept saying we need to go and So finally she took me to the urgent care on Sunday. The twenty second so so I think that the Mayo and then also towards the end of that week whenever I turned or breathe heavy took a good long full of her like a dry crunchy salad. My chest which kind of alarmed me a little bit and. I didn't know what that was lesson number. Four that you write about embrace the suck because once you know once you get into the ICU. You're in control of virtually nothing. Nothing I mean they. You know there's just a lot of people do a test or you but really it's that and I just knew my life was going suck for the foreseeable future but embracing that suck is is so important. Because that's what's that's what's gotta curious as all these things they're doing to you. They're getting the vital information they need. I think if you do get in this situation you know. Just just keep in mind. You're not there for for a SPA or for retreat. You're there to get better. You say one of the most important lessons that you learned was pushed for the least invasive treatment option. I don't go on the ventilator you can. Did they tell you that I was so weak? And I was watching them and they were so concerned and really worrying about my blood oxygen levels but I actually thought a thought popped in my head that I'm I'm circling the drain here. I think I'm going down but I was so weak. It did really scare me are alarming that much but when one of the emergency room doctor said you know. This is a very serious situation. We've got you on oxygen and but if the oxygen doesn't work we're going to put you on a ventilator in debate you inputs In that man that got through that really alarm me and so I said DOC. Just give me a good chance with this oxygen. You know I'm used to be off scuba tanks and stuff is just. Let me let me work this because I just do not want to go on because I felt like that would be given up even more control and my recovery would be dependent on a machine. I just did not want any part of a respirator. You wrap up your piece by saying The last two lessons are take anything for granted. You finally got to see your wife unless intend give back now that you've had this. You're hoping that you can use some year. Antibodies TO HELP OTHER PEOPLE HELP. Doctor Study it. Sure would when I got out of the. Icu got to my disorder. Normal Medical Room that they have rigged to accommodate a covert nineteen patient which basically means they rigged it up to have negative pressure so when the door opens air comes into the room and doesn't get blown out in law because they don't want the virus escaping the room but there there was an extra window in this medical floor room and I haven't seen the the sky outside for almost a week at a just just stunned me to see the outside. It was really strange. I could not stop looking outside their products. Fifteen minutes till someone came in and I had to do something but even to I was just really enjoy just drinking water with ice. That was just appreciating that. Look at the sky and you can still go. Walk your dog or text with friends. So there's still so many precious things out there joy and then you know giving back. I I felt like I got out of the whole etta prison and I was given a reprieve from from my death set so I I feel like now I just WanNa give back as much as I can. And that's part of the reason. I agreed to do this interview as I'm just trying to get the word out to people to try. Do what the CDC says if you do develop code idea hopefully this will give us a god line of what to expect now up. Treat your medical staff Khazar. They are going through very very difficult times as well. You're awesome have a good rest of the day get some rest and take care. Okay stay inside all right. Thank you so much and finally we're leaving you with the story of Bill Kelley. He's ninety five years old. Has Kidney Disease? Congenital heart condition and high blood pressure so when he first started feeling the simpsons and had a fever on March Fifteenth. He got tested. He had it family called the doctor and they started monitoring him immediately. Kelly also took steps to make himself healthier. Got Plenty of rest. Drank a lot of fluids and did every single thing has healthcare team told him to. Do you learn to adapt to and need a modified? But you don't drop your hands at Zillow. Golly what am I gonNA do now eventually bill? Kelly pulled through. He survived the Great Depression World War. Two and now the global pandemic his motto fighters. Never quit and quitters. Never fight so we gotta stick God from ABC News. This has been perspective. If you WANNA listen to any of our past shows you can subscribe to the perspective podcast if a similar view. Tell us what you think. It really does help. You can find it on apple task spotify stitcher wherever you. Listen to your podcast. You can also find this and other. Abc News shows at ABC News. Podcasts DOT COM perspective is produced by Eric. Malo thanks for listening for ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. This country's filled with anxiety and questions really effective in protecting you. From the corona virus as corona virus continues its relentless spread across the country. We want to help and give you the latest information. I'm Aaron Katersky from ABC News. And I'm hosting a new podcast called Cova. Nineteen what you need to know. Surface cleaning does work each week day. We call on our chief. Medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton and other experts to respond directly to. What's on your mind about this virus? It's cove in nineteen what you need to know a new series weekday afternoons on your favorite podcast APP headlines. Across your screen all day. But you're busy. What do you need to know? What's actually shaping your world. I'm Brad Milkey from ABC News. And every morning we start here. There was extraordinary for as watching here in Singapore is. Abc's new daily podcast. A handful of stories just twenty minutes director Comey thanks for being with US newsmakers. Smart reporting taking you straight to the heart of the story starting here. 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Full Episode: Friday, February 15, 2019

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash David m that's indeed dot com slash David. M tonight the standoff in Virginia the governor says he's not going anywhere after the revelation of a racist image in his medical school yearbook. He's promising a racial reconciliation tour. But raising eyebrows, even before it starts what he said that is fueling some anger tonight. Secret source the National Enquirer did nine and tried to blackmail, Amazon's Jeff Bezos for the first time and attorney for the tabloid sharing with ABC news new details about who leaked the compromising photos winter white out a new blast from the battery west as a major storm takes shape in the east a travel nightmare in the making also tonight tax saying the refunds are shrinking. Despite the. Commiss of sweeping tax reform. It's your money armed and dangerous. The warning about that convicted lawyer suspected of killing his mother than going on the run the nationwide manhunt tonight and the stunning letter from the American Princess to her estranged father asking why he's causing her so much pain. Eating scene. It's ABC news tonight and good evening. Thanks for joining us on this Sunday. I'm Tom yomas. And we begin tonight with the ten standoff in Virginia Virginia's embattled governor facing growing calls to resign. But tonight insisting he's not going anywhere. Ralph north fighting to keep his job since a racist image in his medical school yearbook surfaced than later he admitted to appearing in black face once in this past his argument. Now is that he is the best person to heal these wounds. But even as he made that case in new TV interview, he caused more confusion in how he described the first Africans who arrived in Virginia ABC's Zachary starts us off in the first days of what he calls his racial reconciliation tour. Governor Ralph Northam with the stumble the first indentured servants from Africa landed on our shores and old point comfort. What we call now fort Monroe, and while also known as slavery. Yes. The embattled governor also reject. The relentless flood of calls to resign Virginia need someone that can heal. There's no better person to do that. Then a Dr Virginia also need someone who is strong who has empathy who has courage, and who has a moral compass, and that's why I'm not going anywhere. I have learned from this. I have a lot more to learn it was eight days ago when the governor admitted to using black face at a dance contest. But denied he was either person in this racist photo that was on his yearbook page tonight. The man in line to succeed north Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax facing an imminent threat of impeachment after two women accused him of sexual assault. Governor Northam asked about this situation. If these accusations are determined to be true, I don't think he's going to have any election. But to present at this time, do you think he should resign? That's going to be a decision that he needs to make Vanessa Tyson said Fairfax forced her to perform oral sex in two thousand four. Meredith Watson says Fairfax raped her while both were students at Duke in two thousand both women say they will testify if there's an impeachment hearing, my client felt a need to moral and civic duty to come forward. It is latest statement. Fairfax says I did not sexually assault or rape. Meredith Watson Vanessa Tyson or anyone else and is calling for the FBI to investigate. Citizens virginia. We'll have say competent maturity alright Zach Ricky joins us now from the state capital in Richmond, Zachary the next few steps are complicated. If the impeachment of the Lieutenant governor moves forward, which would include a trial in the state Senate. How would Fairfax be replaced, Tom? It would make a complex situation even worse. Virginia constitution, it doesn't explicitly say how to fill the vacancy. So what massive political fight would likely into in court Tom Zachary Keach for I from Richmond. Zach we thank you next to the battle between the world's richest man and America's biggest tabloid newspaper. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos accusing the National Enquirer of extortion and blackmail over compromising photos, but in an exclusive interview with ABC news, a lawyer for the paper CEO, David pecker says they acted in pursuit of a legitimate news story and said the photos were provided by a longtime source. Here's ABC's. Lana Zak tonight, the attorney for David pecker, head of AM. I is denying that his clients. Loyd the National Enquirer tried to blackmail Jeff Bezos with salacious photos of the billionaire and his alleged mistress. Lauren Sanchez absolutely is that extortion and not blackmail of what happened was the story was given to the National Enquirer by a reliable source that had given information to the National Enquirer for seven years, but according to base os, the tabloid threatened to publish naked photos, unless the Amazon founder issued what he called a false public statement about AM is reporting not being politically motivated and stopped his own personal investigation into who revealed the details of his private life. I'm not permitted to tell you what confirm or deny who the sources, I can tell you. It's not Saudi Arabia. It's not President Trump was a source that was well known to both Mr. bazo and the Sanchez, according to the paper owned by bass owes the Washington Post the billionaire suspected that the brother of his alleged mistress. Michael Sanchez, a supporter of President Trump could. Could be the source. According to the paper Sanchez who firmly denies any role in the revelation reportedly claims he was told by multiple people at AM, I that the National Enquirer set out to do a quote, take down to make Trump happy AM. I denying that any of this was related to President Trump. Federal prosecutors are now investigating if the tabloid violated an immunity deal made after the feds looked into possible campaign finance violations that involve the Enquirer killing stories potentially damaging to Mr. Trump just before the election. Are you worried at all these revelations have put the cooperation agreement of Mr. pecker with the southern district jeopardy. Absolutely not. And Lana Zak joins us live as federal prosecutors. You just heard there review at the National Enquirer broke, its immunity deal and committed a crime its dealings with Basil's others have since come forward alleging similar tactics. Yeah. That's right. Tom after bays published his allegations at least four others claimed that they had also been threatened by the tabloid by the attorney in today's interview says that he has. No knowledge of those allegations or of any AM, I employ he's trying to blackmail anyone Tom on with those new details tonight. Lana. Thank you next to the dangerous winter weather threatening. Both coasts tonight Seattle under a rare amount of snow. The most no actually in February in seventy years with more on the way, and in Portland, a driver in an SUV trapped by tanker that skidded on an icy bridge, and your Claire Wisconsin a horrific multi car accident on I ninety four look at all those cars the forecast in a moment. But first ABC senior meteorologist rob Marciano with the images still coming in old man winter working overtime tonight with several storms hitting the country. One pummeling the west with snow ice and win with two more storms in the pipeline. Washington state rushing to recover from a record setting snowfall nearly eleven inches in Seattle. So far this month the most now the normally mild emerald city has seen in seventy years. The state turned into skating rinks while the driver of this car needed to be rescued from the drifts sixty mile per hour. Winds toppling trees just north of Seattle knocking out power to over one hundred and forty thousand and one point Portland also struggling after nearly five inches of snow. Their vehicles going nowhere on some icy roads, tow ropes getting a workout moving east. It's winter whiplash wild swings in temperature's leaving this entire community in Illinois. Take denies these cars. Maroon in floodwater that melted. And then refroze, and it was a blast of snow triggering this multi car pileup on I eighty four narrow Claire ahead of a major winter storm threatening millions from the midwest all the way to New England as we start the workweek. All right. Rob Marciano joins us now from a very chilly central park. And rob a new storm on the way causing trouble for the major cities of the northeast yet. I one Tom is the weaker one of it's already causing problems across the Great Lakes. I'll in through Pittsburgh by tomorrow morning. DC Baltimore Philly. I think you've got problems with the morning rush in the form of sleep freezing rain and some snow and then by the time we get towards a tomorrow night into Tuesday. We're looking for that snow to reach into the New York City a Tuesday morning. Rush is going to see some issues across New York City with some snow as well eventually turning a rain, but inland areas, we'll see easily six to ten inches of snowfall with this system in the northwest getting hit by another snowstorm tonight. And then another one tomorrow night into Tuesday will break more in the way of records winter is in full swing Tom. Rob Marciano force. Rob. Thank you next to the nationwide manhunt for a convicted attorney on the run the US marshals offering a five thousand dollar reward, which merit lasting at Georgia gas station. You see him there? Now, suspected of murdering his own mother. He was set to report to prison for an earlier conviction. Asking for time to get his affairs in order. Instead, it appears use that time to plot in escape, here's ABC's area. Russia tonight, this surveillance image a clue in the urgent nation. Wiedeman hunt for disbar, Georgia attorney now considered an armed and dangerous killer. Authorities say the photo last shows Richard merit at a gas station outside Atlanta merit failing to turn himself into jail. February I serve a fifteen year sentence for stealing from his clients. Now accused of fatally stabbing his own mother the next day before taking off in her Lexus killer. You kill anyone. You're it's easier for you to kill someone else, especially if you kill your mother, he's disappearance stoking terror and anger among his victims, angry call county for letting him out and earning all in this situation. This former client who testified against merit wishing to remain anonymous for safety now fearing he could be out for revenge. Powering is in danger. According to the Cobb County DA merit was allowed to wear an ankle monitor and given two weeks to get his affairs in order because there was no evidence to suggest a threat of violence, the DA saying merit resided with his mother for a year without incident merit cutting off that ankle monitor certainly need to be held accountable for the brutal murder of our mother and Tom Barrett is now charged with murder if convicted at thirty say he could face the death penalty. Tom burial. Thank you. Let's sort sorta politics now negotiators in congress work into a Vert another government shutdown. They say talk. Our stalled the difference is growing over money for the president's wall and over how undocumented immigrants we'll be detained. The two sides have four days to hammer out a deal. ABC's Tara Palmeri on the chances that will happen. Just four days until the government runs out of money. And tonight, the president's chief of staff warning, we could be heading towards a second shutdown, and you cannot take a shutdown off the table bipartisan group of lawmakers at an impasse over the number of beds available to undocumented immigrants arrested by ice without enough beds. They would not be able to detain thousands. Not confident we're going to get there. I think he's the next twenty four hours are crucial. We could close some deals, but they've got to be good to secure our borders, the president venting that lawmakers don't seem to be getting anywhere near his five point seven billion dollar demand for border wall tweeting they're offering very little money for the desperately needed border wall. Malini conceding that they're ready to accept less. But still build a wall. What you probably sees the president say. Yeah. Okay. And then I'll go find the. Someplace else lawmakers to unveil a deal on Monday, those hopes seemingly dashed the numbers are all over the place. I think the big problem here is this has become pretty much an ego negotiation. This really isn't over substance eight hundred thousand federal workers hanging in the balance after the longest shutdown in US history that saw unprecedented TSA sick outs and airports on the verge of melting down seeing another shutdown just a couple of days away on the horizon. I think is scary for anybody. Tara, Tara joins us, live and tear. I know you've been talking to your sources both at the White House on Capitol Hill, and those sources telling you about the negotiations now that it seems that both sides are further from a deal than they were last week. That's right. Tom talk seem to have stalled. But there's some hope that lawmakers in this conference could resume talks as soon as tonight tomorrow, the president has the border for the second time since the budget battle began just a few hours ago. He tweeted that he could legally declare a national emergency to bypass congress and build the wall himself, Tom. I'm Tara Palmer for us. Tara. Thank you end. The feel the presidential hopefuls is a little more crowded tonight. Minnesota's democratic Senator Amy klobuchar announcing her bid during a snowstorm in Minneapolis. Look at that promising that as president. She will say what she thinks and focus on getting things done. But she's already responding to report criticism that she mistreats her staff admitting she can be tough. But saying that many of her staff have been with her for years next your money. It's taxis in the filing due April fifteenth, we'll be the first full year of the sweeping Republican tax overhaul. But the first numbers from the IRS show that refunds are smaller. This year down eight percent, the promise was that nearly everyone would do better. So what's going on ABC's? Kenneth Moton reporting on your money tonight shock and anger from early tax filers, those refunds not as big as they had hoped or not coming at all. Israeli wasn't a tax cut for me. The IRS reports the average refund for the first week of filing down eight percent compared to the same time last year. It appears the biggest reasons changes in deductions under President Trump's new tax law. And a nonpartisan government watchdog says for more than thirty million Americans didn't withhold enough from paychecks unfortunate result of that is that shortfall has to be made up at some point. And that point is when you file your tax return frustrated filers taking to Twitter to complain one person asking will someone make my tax returns. Great again, South Carolina, nonprofit consultant Eva, super satis single, no children. Her pay jumped one thousand dollars in two thousand eighteen new changes to her withholdings last year's refund. Nine hundred dollars this year. She owes twenty six dollars counting on that money team. It'll hey, four property taxes and a lot of Americans feeling that same frustration. And we just heard Kenneth Bowen joins us live on set, and Kenneth you have some. Tips for people who are going through this right now, I do Tom. They should try to shake off those frustrations first. And then second if your refund is smaller or you actually, oh this year tax experts say tax payers to take the time and work with your employer to withhold more taxes from their paychecks, Tom. So make sure you go in and shake changes withholdings. Thank you. And there's much more head of world news tonight. This Sunday the woman dragged against her will into a waiting car. What police are now saying about that dramatic abduction caught on surveillance plus pedestrian sent flying. When a truck ploughed down at busy sidewalk on a Saturday night. But good Samaritans did that may have saved their lives and Megan's. Heartbreak. The American royals emotional letter to her estranged father the details from that letter coming up. Is it still a struggle to get that good night's sleep? Then maybe it's time to try the purple mattress. It's made out of a new material that keeps it firm and soft. So it keeps everything supported while. Still feeling really comfortable. 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Break of the duchess of Sussex now revealed to the world by her father in the mail on Sunday, a five page hundred and let Meghan address to Thomas Markle tells of pain his attacks on her and Prince Harry cheek us as a father who staged this fake face sheet before the wedding of fabricating stories to the press. It is with a heavy hut that I write this not understanding why you've chosen to take this path tending blind eye to the pain you'll causing your actions have broken my heart into a million pieces the intensely Pessina. Let makes a plea for her father to stop publicly airing his grievances. If you love me as you tell the press, you do please stop, please. Allow us to live lives in peace. Thomas Marcus shed, the letter off to five of the duchess's closest friends gave anonymous interviews defending Meghan to people magazine lost week Markle telling the mail on Sunday. He found her words cold. And that letter was like a dog a to the hot Meghan has been undergoing a delicate transition opponent joining the ancient institution that is the Royal family. There's a large press office to help with that. But still this family drama continues to spillover from private anguish into public spectacle. Tom. She can't get away from it. All right. Julia. Thank you time now for index and the terrifying scene in southern California. Police say the driver under the influence mowed down pedestrians out on a Saturday night. It happened north of Anaheim at least ten people take into trauma centers. Good Samaritans helping rescuers to lift that read Tacoma truck off the injured. The twenty two year old driver is in custody tonight. And the new update from Miami police on this disturbing image a woman walk into a tire shop a white car. Pulling in right after her surveillance video showing her violently dragged outside by the suspect. Witnesses say she told onlookers he was going to kill her to call nine one one. We're just coming in from investigators. They've now located that. Woman and she is in good condition. The investigation is ongoing in Las Vegas a porch pirate, Leaving Las Vegas family, desperate, the alleged the alleged Steve Kerr on home security video walking off with a teenage boys. Lifesaving chemotherapy drugs. Her mom works for it. And this these pills are really helping me Fourteen-year-old gauge Hanes needs the medicine to treat his rare form of cancer. Mom, Stacy finally getting those meds, replace the family, hoping the guy who took them gets caught finally tonight the miracle reunion in Missouri. The treasured family member lost in a blizzard stranded for months in Lee's summit, Missouri. Rescuers finding something one family had been searching months for hasn't. Nevertheless hope. This black lab named CARA had been missing for seventy three days. She's not only a pet to the Oppenheim family. She's also an emotional support animal to their daughter, Melissa. Backyard when they were playing now the first time we had that blizzard seeming to disappear into the storm the family searching high and low, but no sign of Keira until a police officer spotted something off the road the dog essentially on an island completely surrounded by ice and water ten miles from her home in twelve years. No, I've never encountered a situation where a dog was stranded. Like this eight to five rescue workers hours just to get her safely out. We made contact with the owner because she was wearing a collar with a tag. And finally after two agonizing months the moment. This family had been longing for. I was at the lower carbohydrates. The dog surviving a brutal winter all on its own. It was a raccoon. Just haven't heard narrow and analysis shows peaceful Kira is recovering she lost some weight. But amazingly, she'll be okay. And so will the Oppenheim family now fully back together? Happy cares back home. Thanks so much for watching. I'm Tom yomas in your GMA first thing in the morning and David Muir. He's right back here. Tomorrow night have a great evening. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash David m that's indeed dot com slash David m.

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Full Episode: Friday, June 12, 2020

World News This Week

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Full Episode: Friday, June 12, 2020

"From ABC News World News this week. I'm Chuck Sivertsen in new? York coming up. Silver Statues and symbols top military officer apologizes for a photo op. I presence in that moment and in that environment. Created a perception, the military involving domestic policy the president's tweet about a protester you. The blood coming out of his head was staged. Is that what you're saying. rotavirus warnings is we don't act are the future is very grim and a mother's hope. We can make a change if we stand together. People and events that made headlines when world news this week continues. Demonstrators toppling a statue of Christopher Columbus in Minnesota part of protests around the nation overseas against police, brutality and racism, now expanding to include perceived symbols of racism and the confederacy demonstrations triggered by the killing of George. Floyd in Minneapolis late last month, a statue of Jefferson, Davis pulled down in Richmond Virginia a slave auction block removed in Fredericksburg protests across the country including Boston New York Santa Fe Miami in Houston. Here's ABC's Jim Ryan. Two statues are. Are, being taken down the spirit of the confederacy, a massive bronze sculpture of a winged angel, holding a sword will be relocated to the Houston Museum of African American culture, the museums John Guess, if we push it aside, we're not reminded that period happened and that it could happen again if we don't pay attention. The statute will be removed by June. Nineteenth the date in eighteen, sixty, five at slaves in Texas learned that the emancipation proclamation had. Had granted their freedom to a half years earlier House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling for the removal of all statues of confederate figures at the US Capitol, and pushing for the renaming of US military base named for confederate leaders days names have to though from these spaces, and these statutes have to go from the capital. The speaker says though statues have to come down because she says there is no room for celebrating the violent bigotry of the confederacy, but. But the president sees this differently. He is flatly rejecting those calls to remove the names of confederate commanders from US military bases, even though the secretary of Defense and the Secretary of the army are open to it, but in a tweet the president said these monumental and very powerful bases have become part of a great American heritage and his press secretary says that removing these names would be complete disrespect for the soldiers who trained their ABC News. News Senior Congressional correspondent Mary Bruce More from ABC. News Chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. There are tenuous army bases named after confederate soldiers among those calling for that to change is retired general David portrayals who wrote in the Atlantic of the quote irony of training at bases, named for those who took up arms against the United States, and for the right to enslave others he added. We do not live in a country to which Braxton Bragg Henry. Henry l benning or Robert e Lee conserve as an inspiration acknowledging this fact is imperative. The Senate armed. Services Committee voting this week. To require the Pentagon to rename the basis, the president, vowing to veto such a measure, meanwhile military leaders, already rooting out signs of the confederacy, Navy's top admiral has directed his staff to begin crafting an order that would prohibit the confederate battle flag from being displayed at the navy's public spaces, work areas and aboard. Aboard Ships and Army official tells ABC News the. Army is working to develop a similar ban at army installations, but it was the Marine Corps that has led the way on this issue back in February Marine Corps Commandant General David. Berger ban confederate symbols, including the confederate flag from Marine Corps Installations Berger said the symbols had the power to inflame divisions. We Martinez ABC News Washington apology this week from the nation's top military officer over his presence. Presence last week at a presidential photo op outside of Church in Washington DC here again. ABC's Jonathan Karl President Trump's top military adviser, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff apologized for walking with the president and his top aides across Lafayette Park to that photo op outside of Saint John's Church General Milley was right there wearing his battle uniform. Just thirty minutes earlier, the space was forcibly cleared of peaceful protesters I should not have been there. White presence in that moment in that environment. Created a perception of the military involved domestic politics. Is a commissioned uniformed officer. It was a mistake that I've learned from. And I sincerely hope we all can learn from it. The extraordinary apology comes after some of the nation's most respected retired. Military officers have condemned the episode including former defense. Secretary General Jim Mattis, who blasted moving those protesters to quote provide a bizarre photo op for the elected commander-in-chief with military leadership standing alongside Milley's comments were part of a commencement address for the national. Defense University he spoke forcefully about the right to protest as they bedrock American value. Few other nations have been able to change for the greater good. That is because of the rites values embedded in our constitution. The freedoms guaranteed to us, the constitution allow people to demand change. Just as the peaceful protests doing all across the country he. A final farewell this week to the man whose death under the knee of a minneapolis policeman sparked the recent protests, thousands gathering for a memorial service in Houston for George. Floyd ABC's Marcus more was there. Chain is. Family and friends gathering to remember Floyd the child, and then the man they loved long before the movement, the Star High School athlete with the big smile and sense of humor, a gentle soul, a loyal friend, a protector inside the Church Nfl Star, Jj Watt an actor, Jamie Foxx here to pay their respects just a day after meeting with the family former vice president, Joe Biden, sharing the video message, and these words for six year old Jonah. Daddy's looking down. He's so proud of you know. Child should have to ask questions. Too many black children have had to ask for generations. Why is dating? When? There's justice for George flowing. We will truly be on our way to racial justice in America and then as you sent you. Daddy will have changed the world. A regular man from the streets of South, Houston whose legacy now may be a catalyst for change one by one reverend Al Sharpton calling on those who shared the family's anguish. All of these families came. To stand with this family. Because they know better than anyone else. The pain, they will suffer George. Floyd laid to rest beside his beloved mother. Emotional testimony from George Floyd's brother felonious this week on Capitol Hill. Here's ABC's Alex. Perez just as has to be served on Wednesday emotional testimony from George. Floyd's brother on Capitol Hill his life. Matter all our lives matter. Black lives matter floyd telling Congress. His brother's death was racially motivated. I think it was personal because they worked at the same place for him to do something like that had the be premeditated. wanted to do and intentional. Yes, sir, the younger Floyd reliving the pain of his loss, pleading with lawmakers to hold officers accountable. I'm tired. I'm tired of pain. I'm here to ask you to make it. Stop by the leaders. That is our country. The world needs the right thing. Leader joining a group Marching Down Black Lives Matter Plaza in DC and fired officer Thomas. Lane charged with aiding and abetting in the murder of George Floyd released from jail after posting bail and the stunning new information from prosecutors, saying they had been negotiating a deal with the former cop accused of killing Floyd Derek shelving to plead guilty to murder in federal civil rights charges, but just as prosecutors prepared to speak back on May twenty eighth. Eighth, the deal fell apart shoving charged with third degree murder. The next day upgraded to second degree. The following week calls around the country to defunding the police demands, ranging from dissolving departments to reallocating funds for social services have created strange bedfellows, the president and his presumptive Democratic challenger eager to cast himself the law and order candidate president trump is slamming calls to de-fund the police. There won't be funding won't be dismantling of our police and. Not going to be any disbanding of our police, the President says he's considering some police reforms. We're going to work, and we're going to talk about ideas how we can do it better and how we can do it. If possible much more gentle fish Joe Biden is calling for an overhaul of law enforcement and expressing solidarity with the protesters, but he said he also opposes defunding the police. No I don't. Don't support defunding police. I support conditioning federal aid to police based on whether or not they meet certain basic standards of decency on honorable nece on Capitol Hill Democrats, taking a knee and George Floyd's memory as they unveiled sweeping police reforms that would ban show. Colts create a national registry of police misconduct and make it easier to prosecute an officer. ABC's Mary Bruce in Washington Martin Gene-o the seventy five year. Year. Old protesters shove by police in Buffalo. New, York last week is starting Rehab for a brain. Injury sustained when he hit his head on the sidewalk president trump sharing a conspiracy theory about him in a tweet this week. Here's ABC's Kenneth Moton. Trump tweeted. Gudino could be an Antiga provocateur, claiming he appear to scan communications in order to black out the equipment adding I watched, he fell harder than was. was pushed was aiming scanner could be set up. Who Dino's friends say? He's a devout Catholic and a peace activist. To Melhem. He is a very gentle, very sweet, very funny, spoken man. Lawyers for Gudino called the President Tweet Dark, dangerous and untrue. The claim sparked outcry from New York's governor. What do you think it was? It was staged. You think the blood coming out of his head was staged. Is that what you're saying? You saw his head hit the pavement. See Blood on the pavement in Seattle protesters took over several blocks in a precinct abandoned my officers, calling it an autonomous police free zone New York. City Waking Up this week? Implementing phase one of its corona virus reopening plan this as cases rise elsewhere in the country more than twenty states, seeing more infections, hospitalizations or deaths, one public health official warning there could be as many as two hundred thousand deaths by September two tales from ABC's Kaley Heart, on the US already topping one hundred and thirteen thousand deaths. We opened up with the case. Low levels were still quite high. We did not have enough testing in most states, so we're now seeing the consequences of that as the country continues to reopen a top harvard health official warning without drastic action, more people will die if we don't act The future is very grim two months ago. President trump saying that's startling number would be assigned. The administration's response has been effective. We have between one hundred, two, hundred thousand. We all together have done a very good job tonight. Twenty states and Puerto Rico reporting increase in new cases. Texas with more new cases Wednesday than it's ever had in a single day Houston taking innovative precautions announcing a covert threat alert system one official sounding this alarm, we may be approaching the precipice, the precipice of a disaster in Arizona daily new cases doubling over the past two weeks. Weeks and ICU beds filling up a month after Florida reopen the states reporting its highest number of new cases, since the pandemic started all this other governors reject the idea of reinstating lockdowns, as cases rise new hope for a vaccine for the virus with large human studies starting soon more from ABC's Matt Gutman, an Army of volunteers, taking part in the third phase of vaccine trials this summer. Summer. The US electing three companies to test their vaccine effectiveness modern beginning phase three trials in July followed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca's vaccine in August and Johnson Johnson in September Dr Anthony Fauci says he's hopeful. We could have a vaccine by the by the end of this parody year, or in the first few months of twenty twenty, one in the meantime, doctors devising new innovations. Innovations to try to save the desperately ill. Ninety thousand volunteers will take part at this point in phase three trials. Scientists believe that vaccines are safe. They want to know if they're effective most scientists believe at least one of them will work, which means that could be rolled out within six months, or so it's likely that the most vulnerable and healthcare workers will get those first. Corona virus fears sent stock markets plummeting this week. ABC's Dave Packer with a look. The market seemed to be on the road to recovery, and then came a reality check on Wednesday from Fed Chair Jerome. Powell is forecast. US employment will stay high for the next few years. All want to get back to normal, but a full recovery is unlikely to occur until people are confident that it is safe. SAFE TO RE engage in a broad range of activities, expecting the economy will shrink six and a half percent this year, putting off recovery until twenty twenty one, and then investors, taking note of various that have reopened around the country and an uptick in new corona virus cases, just a series of local ones of local spikes could could have the effect of undermining people's confidence in traveling in restaurants in. Entertainment anything that involves getting two people together in small groups and feeding them were flying them around. Not Pointing toward the type of smooth quick recovery, investors were planning on on Thursday. They fleet from riskier stocks, the Dow plunging over eighteen hundred points, nearly seven percent on Friday a seesaw day with stocks ending the day up, but still sharply lower for the week Dave Packer ABC News. President Trump's first rally in months is next week and attendance requires signing a waiver president. Trump's rallying next Friday in Tulsa Oklahoma will take place in an arena. They can hold over nineteen thousand people. large-scale gatherings like that have been put on hold for the last three months because of the corona virus pandemic before registering for the rally, supporters will have to sign a disclaimer saying they acknowledged the health risks that come with attending such. Such an event during pandemic, the disclaimer also says that by registering attendees agree that the president's campaign and the arena itself are not quote liable for any illness or injury. Trump campaigned tells ABC, there will be safety precautions, but did not provide details president trump says his campaign did not intentionally schedule the return of Israelis for June eighteenth the day that marks the end of slavery in the US the location of Tulsa. Oklahoma has. has also sparked criticism as the location of one of the worst incidents of racial violence in the nation's history in an interview with Fox News. The president said to think about his first campaign rally and more than three months as a quote, celebrate Sion. He did not address the criticism of the date and location, but said he's had the biggest crowd and can fill even the biggest venues Karen Travers. ABC News Washington Bartsch the. The Republican National. Convention will be moving out of North Carolina here again. ABC's Karen Travers the Republican National. Committee has selected Jacksonville Florida to host president trump's acceptance speech for the Republican nomination this move comes after a bitter standoff between the trump campaign RNC and North Carolina's Democratic governor who refused to give a guarantee that the GOP could hold the large-scale event during the coronavirus pandemic. Some official convention business will still take place in. In Charlotte, but the final night of the four day Republican event, the president's acceptance speech will be in Jacksonville at an arena that holds fifteen thousand people. Investigations ordered into what went wrong with the presidential primary elections in Georgia this week. DETAILS FROM ABC's Steve Olson Sammy in Atlanta no question. This was a disaster and a lot of anger, being directed at the Secretary of State. He's blaming the counties. The counties are blaming him. Him He's calling for an investigation into what the county's did wrong. There were long lines as late as midnight in both black and white neighborhoods, and while it is very easy for Democratic lawmakers and other figures to say this was all about race and an intent to suppress the vote. That's not a fair telling of what happened in this particular vote. The Corona virus is more to blame poll workers many of them seniors who? who were afraid of getting sick failed to show polling precincts that were churches assisted living centers and senior centers had to be moved. Both of those things happen because of the corona virus, and these happened. These things happen in blue counties run by Democrats who were well aware of these issues? Fulton county admits that it lost thousands of requests for absentee ballots in a statement addressing this Fulton counties director of elections says they've identified. Identified areas of improvement. They need to get this together. Of course before the election in November four star General Charles Brown junior making history the Senate confirming him this week. As the Air Force's twenty-second Chief of Staff Brown, is the first black military service chief, and only the second black officer to serve on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The former combat pilot has served in the Air Force thirty six years. He currently leads Pacific. In a powerful Youtube Video Brown discussed his experience, being a black man in the US, and in the Air Force and thinking about wearing the same flight suit with the same wings on my chest. And they mean questioned by another military member. Are you a pilot line? Only ABC News. New York authorities looking for two missing children in Idaho confirmed this week they found two sets of human remains their stepfather facing charges. Here's ABC's Marcus more. The grandparents of two Idaho children missing since September say their bodies have been found, but police, not confirming the remains of seventeen year old, Kylie Ryan and her brothers seven-year-old Jj Valo discovered during a search Chat Day bells home their mothers new husband debacle, appearing before a judge, Zoom facing two felony counts of destruction, alteration or Or concealment of Evidence Mom Laurie Valo already behind bars after refusing to tell police where the kids were the couple under a cloud of suspicion for months after a string of deaths in the family marrying in Hawaii weeks after day bills, first wife died, valoise husband killed last summer by her brother, who later died himself, friends and family insisting. Laurie changed after meeting day bill a religious author after lorries arrest debut telling us the kids were safe. If anything that you would like to say to people at all number way concerned about the cancer concerned about you. And your wife anything at all you want to say to the. For Jj entirely families saying we are filled with unfathomable sadness, these two bright stars were stolen from US and only hope that they died without pain or suffering, coming up to now to have. People that are standing with you. Makes it much easier. On the heart, a message of hope from a mother who lost her son. When World News this week continues among the thousands who attended George Floyd Memorial Service in Houston this week. WanNa Cooper Jones. Who Son Ahmad? Harbury was shot and killed jogging and Georgia. She spoke ABC's David Muir. Why did you think it was important to come here for the service? I needed to come out to support. Municipal unfortunately lost by the same with that, my son. and. Just to know that you have. People that are standing with you. Makes it much easier. On the heart. She knows all of the names, and now she knows many of their mothers. Have you found that? It was sort of an unexpected family of mothers created by this and I. Unfortunately, I wasn't aware it was so many mothers that had actually lost his sons disciple. Reality and to hear recently. is very devastating along with Hungary. She is fighting for justice for her own son. Ahmad and she began a new flight pushing Georgia to pass a hate. Crime Bill would have only four states without one. And did all of the faces around the country pushing for change, she sees hope. What would you say? To the country. I'll just say thank you. We can make a change if we stand together. And we must be must continue to stay. Fight together. Once I see solved at. We're not standing on everyone. Standing among us. Is We to go on? And those are the people and Events. That made world news this week. World News this week was written produced by Joan Harris. I'm trucks leveraging. ABC News New York. 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Full Episode: Friday, July 24, 2020

World News This Week

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Full Episode: Friday, July 24, 2020

"From ABC News World News this week. I'm Chuck Sivertsen in New York coming up the US. It's four million corona virus cases. California and Florida continue to shatter their death toll records Florida. No longer hosting the GOP convention will have a very nice something. We'll figure it out debating another stimulus package. Republicans have been struggling especially over this issue whether to extend unemployment insurance protest persist in Portland now concerns are growing that clashes between protesters and federal agents could be seen nationwide remembering congressman John Lewis. Again that we are involved there. The people and events that made headlines when world news this week continues. Globally coded nineteen cases are rising, but it's the US that is once again. Setting records. The US now surpassed four million confirmed corona virus cases a number of clips in every other country in the world. ABC's Victor Oquendo a new warning from top government officials white. House Task Force coordinator Dr Deb. burks privately warning leaders in eleven cities surges in cases to take a media action. On everybody. All this as the US crosses that grim milestone, more than four million cases, and with hospitalizations rising in forty one states back up to April levels. The president said this about the state of the country. The northeast has become very clean country is. In very good shape other than if you look south and west. Some problems that will work out California and Florida continue to shatter their death toll records a new plea from Miami's mayor. If you live with vulnerable relatives wear masks at home now i. Urge everyone to understand that when you get home, you are not necessarily safe in hard hit. Hidalgo County Texas. They're bringing in refrigerated trailers just in case extra space to store the dead one hospital forming an ethics committee to make the agonizing decisions on how to treat patients based on their chance of survival and the simmering debate to reopen schools, nine of the nation's fifteen largest districts, starting remotely in cities or states that are. Current hotspots and you'll see that in the map behind me. District's May need to delay reopening for a few weeks. That's possible. That'll be up to governors Georgia's board of Education, saying there will be no delay to the start of the school year leaving the final decision up to local school boards, the University of Arizona still planning to reopen for in person classes next month with its own land, providing test results for all students and stuff and isolation units for infected students, ABC's Victory Kendo. Kendo as state and local leaders decide what to do about schools reopening this fall, a new poll finds not every parent wants their kids to go back. A NEW ABC News Ipsos poll finds that fifty nine percent of parents are concerned. Their child is falling behind in their education, but another forty four percent of adults are willing to send their kids back in the fall. A majority, fifty five percent are against public schools. Schools in their community reopening poll comes as president, trump pushes for schools to reopen, but admits the decision should be left up to governors poll conducted July Twenty second and twenty third also finds that nearly eight in ten Republicans support reopening for in Person Instruction compared to twenty two percent of Democrats Daria albinger ABC News. California has now surpassed New York. In total Kobe. Nineteen cases, new data from Los Angeles shows just how deadly. Deadly the virus has been here in La. County head of Public Health Dr Barbara for says covid nineteen is right now on track to be the leading cause of death at this point only behind coronary heart disease. It's killing more people than Alzheimer's disease. Other kinds of heart disease, stroke and COPD, and she says the numbers show covid nineteen is far more deadly than the flu this year, Covid nineteen killing thirty, four hundred. The flu from October to May during flu season can fifteen hundred Alex. stone ABC news boss Angeles one of the nation's Kobe hotspots is South Texas where an alarming number of babies are testing positive. A perfectly healthy infant is unexpectedly diagnosed with the potentially deadly covid nineteen. I was GONNA. See My baby anymore. Bonus Martinez. Six month, old daughter Valentine was diagnosed earlier this month. One of eighty-five babies in the region to task positive while volunteer is now recovering, they scare. The most areas experienced I've experienced Jim Ryan ABC News Dallas a surge in Kobe cases in Florida. Prompts president trump to cancel the Jacksonville portion of the Republican National Convention next month. It's not yet clear. The Republican convention will now look like in. President. Trump announcing he was cancelling the Florida portion of the GOP gathering, saying that because of covid nineteen it's a different world, and it will be for a while. We'll have a very nice something will figure it out it'll be. it'll be online and some for. Maybe it'll be something even a little bit different. We have time you know. We're talking about the end. Of August the president said the timing was not right to do a big event in Florida Karen Travers ABC News Washington another one point four million Americans filing for unemployment last week, ABC's Mary Bruce in Brad, milkey explain how those numbers affected Senate Republicans working on a fourth economic stimulus package while we expected. Republican, leader Mitch McConnell to come out, and finally lay out the Republican plan for this next covid relief bill sometime. Sometime in the morning, then, of course, we got those latest unemployment numbers one point, four million Americans applying for unemployment last week after steadily declining the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose last week for the first time in nearly four months. Then I can tell you. I was up on the hill. They were still optimism. We, we're still waiting for this package to be unveiled and by the end of the lunch. Or warm on stimulus or the would really feel. It was clear. This bill wasn't going to be coming out until next Monday possibly even later sometime next week. I think we've got some good pieces. Cost used to train. Is Growing on Republicans to get on the same page. Democrats put out there built many many weeks ago at this point what we had in the Heroes Act was a gift to them as a strategic plan for testing tracing treating isolation Republicans though have been struggling and especially over this issue of whether to extend unemployment insurance, and how much you talked to me about unemployment insurance Mary because the relief bill a couple months ago, made it so that if I work at a low wage job, but I get laid off normally. I wouldn't make the whole paycheck. I was used to making from unemployment, but the thinking here was you know these extraordinary circumstances? We're GONNA. Throw in an extra six hundred dollars a week on top of the normal weekly check now I would get what and that's the question. Fully eligible for unemployment I worked over forty years of my life. And I'm sorry experience sending right now. Twenty five million Americans are getting this extra six hundred dollars a week. It has been a real lifeline for so many across this country. We're doing okay on because we have the extra money coming in from the government. What do we do now? Bad is now going to come to an end this weekend unless Congress can get something magically past, and it's clear right now. That simply not going to happen. Why are they worried about whether? It's six, hundred or four, hundred or five hundred people really need that. Republicans are now bargaining to bring it down possibly closer to more like four hundred dollars, people shouldn't focus on the number right now with people should focus on. This is intended to be wage replacement, so there's a concern amongst Republicans that I've talked to that. This extra six hundred dollars is actually disincentivize people from going back into the workforce some. Some encouraging news in the Cova Front as two major studies offered hope on the future of Corona. Virus Vaccine ABC's Tom Yomas says details a new army taking on Covid, nineteen health officials say more than one hundred thousand people sign up to participate in the next round of testing as we see promising data from two major vaccine trials, Oxford and Pfizer reporting early responses, showing both vaccines deliver a double defense against Covid, nineteen Pfizer and German from buying tech, announcing new phase one to data, suggesting that their vaccine could be safe and elicits a high immune response, developing both antibodies and t cells antibodies neutralize the virus and prevent it from. From infecting healthy cells and t cells are white blood cells that attack the virus Oxford's vaccine developed by AstraZeneca also seen similar encouraging results, a new study published on their phase, one two trial in the Lancet, concluding the vaccine appears both safe and activates that double defense response more than one thousand volunteers participating in that first round, experiencing at worst mild side effects now four major trials prepare to enter face three by the fall, cautious optimism about what's ahead. ABC's Tom Yomas federal officials this week accused China of trying to steal vaccine data charging two Chinese nationals with hacking into the systems of US companies federal prosecutors in the US claim. Claim the to hackers have been working for the Chinese government for over a decade hacking into companies, including recently those developing Covid, nineteen vaccines, testing technology and treatments, the alleged goal being Steal Intellectual Property FBI deputy director David Bowie hackers directed by the Chinese intelligence services have targeted and continue to target companies and laboratories in countries throughout the world. Both men live in China, which means it's unlikely they'll ever be tried in the US Alex Stone ABC News. Tensions with China got even worse this week. When Secretary of State Mike, pompeo ordered the closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston, because it was the hub of spying and intellectual property theft. China responded by ordering the closure of the US consulate in the city of Chengdu engine shutdowns prompt federal regulators in the US to issue an emergency inspection for all Boeing seven thirty sevens. An engine shutdown has been reported at least four times recently. The FAA says the problem is severe enough that it could result in a forced off airport landing operators will need to inspect critical engine valves on their Boeing seven thirty sevens that haven't been. been flown in more than a week. The problem is linked to corrosion on the valves that could result in dual engine power loss without the ability to restart the seven thirty seven is one of the most popular aircraft in service worldwide Ryan Burrow ABC news days after a gunman shot and killed the son of a federal judge at her new. Jersey home. Federal investigators look into a similar murder in California. The FBI Senate has evidence linking. Linking the shooting death of men's rights attorney Mark Into San Bernardino County July, eleven to Roy den Hollander the self-described anti-feminist who shot and killed the only son of Judge Esther Sada's and then shot and wounded her husband the. FBI declined to discuss the evidence, but law enforcement sources told ABC News. The same gun was used in both attacks and shooter dressed as a deliveryman for Fedex. Authorities have said nothing about a motive for either attack. attack. We're told they're investigating whether they were grudge. Killings carried out by a man who knew he was dying of cancer. Aaron Katersky ABC News New York for two months straight. Protesters have taken to the streets in Portland Oregon with nights, often ending in violent clashes with federal officers deployed to the city by President trump now the president is sending officers to to other cities led by democratic mayors ABC's Qena Whitworth starts things off in Portland. Here clashes have raged for days at night in the streets, surrounding the Federal Court House. They increasingly look like a war zone. And it's the mother's showing up to form walls on the front lines protesting police brutality as racism thousands gathering behind them. Many criticizing the use of force by federal agents sent in by President trump to protect federal buildings. One of those buildings has become a nightly rallying for the standoff between protesters and those agents. WanNa, see. Even Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, seem caught in tear gas and joining the protests self telling the New York Times that he saw nothing to provoke that kind of response. This is a A. overreaction. On the part of the federal officers, this is not as Since crowded. This is flat out. Urban. Workers agents though issuing several warnings. After protesters breached the wall around the courthouse, they were lighting fireworks and several small fires outside the building. And an endless like aggression, as the protests grow, agents have responded with increasing force. These parents have their bodies on the line to protect the right to protest their ranks seeming to grow every night. For nearly two months Portland has seen sustained unrest stemming from the killing of George Floyd but focused on police, brutality and racial injustice locally. But in the last month, the presence of federal agents has only inflamed tensions, and the President seems to be doubling down. People were out of control for fifty one days longtime. And Homeland Security and other law enforcement with us, and they've done a great job department of Homeland Security telling ABC News that they're sending a customs and Border Protection Tactical Unit to Seattle. Now, concerns are growing that clashes between protesters and federal agents could be seen nationwide as president. Trump authorizes federal operations in other cities. They should use. Unfortunately that are in trouble. Are All run by Democrats? You have a radical left Democrats. Running cities like Chicago and so many others that we just had a news conference and Unfortunately, that's the way it is calling it operation legend. The administration wants to send agents from the FBI DA and ATF into cities it says to help curb the illegal gun sales and other federal crimes in cities like Chicago. The mayor has made it clear that bose efforts which she calls political will not include unmarked troops on her streets, so they're not federal troops. There FBI DEA ATF and they will be plugged in to the. the existing infrastructure I'm glad to see that the president got the message I'm glad to see that. He realized what he did in Portland was a grave abuse of his presidential power. Amidst growing calls to curb federal agents actions, the Department of Justice Inspector General's office announced investigations into the federal response in Portland and in Lafayette Park in Washington DC on June first two months after the death of George Floyd Minnesota has a new police accountability law Minnesota Governor. Tim Wall signed the police. Accountability Bill into law passed by state legislators earlier in the week. They do some things that I think. Many thought were already the long. They banned chokehold. You're training and expand deescalation training for our officers. Officers, the bill also changes rules on use of force and changes. Arbitration rules affecting police unions governor. Wall says the new measures are only the beginning police reforms in the State Ryan Burrow ABC News a debate over police reform leads to the verbal assault of a congresswoman on the steps of the US capital Congresswoman Alexandria Cossio Cortez took to the House floor to denounce her colleague and inexperienced. That is all too familiar to women in this country in front of reporters, Representative Yoho called me and I quote. These are the words that representative Yoho levied against a congresswoman. It came after Republican Congressman Ted Yoho confront her on the Capitol Steps Calling Her disgusting for suggesting rising crime is linked to poverty Yoho later apologized for what he called the abrupt manner of the conversation, but not for his quote passion, and he denied using the expletives which were overheard by a reporter, having been married for forty five years with two daughters. I'm very cognizant of my language. The offensive name calling words attributed to me by the press were never spoken to my colleagues in if they were construed that way, I apologize for their misunderstanding. Hiding daughter does not make a decent man. Having wife does not make a decent man, but treating people with dignity and respect makes a decent man, the congresswoman, then getting personal. I am someone's daughter to. My father thankfully is not alive. To see how mystery Yoho treated his daughter. My Mother Got To see Mr Yo hose disrespect on the floor of this house towards me on television. And I am here because I have to show my parents that I am their daughter and that they did not raise me to accept abuse from men in using that language in front of the press. He gave permission to use that language against his wife. His daughters women in his community, and I am here to stand up to say that is not acceptable. Congresswoman Alexandria Appeal Cortes, looking for normalcy from the national pastime. After spring training turned into summer camp. The start of a slightly different major league baseball seasons, and the season is underway in DC. The Yankees and the defending champion nationals kicking off the schedule in the nation's capital, and after four months of no gains another delay this time because of rain. Goodness look sinister. Looks like a bad special effects. Roger, Corman movie the season like none before with no fans and with new rules they're spitting, allowed finger licking, and no arguing with the empires, America's social issues that have come to the forefront during this pandemic, also on full display players, wearing a black lives matter patch on their uniform, and before the game, every player and coach taking a knee ahead of the first pitch president. Trump's celebrating the season at the White House joined. Joined by Yankees, Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera for a game of catch back to the nationals game the first pitch everyone's talking about Dr Anthony Foul deep the face of the pandemic, throwing the ball way outside the pit clocked it just seventeen miles per hour, but many fans saying Dr Fallacy was just trying to flatten the curve and didn't want anyone to catch. Anything Kenneth MOTON ABC News New York coming up number again. Remembering the late congressman John Lewis when world news this week continues. If you'd like getting the story behind the story. Check out start here. The Daily News podcast from ABC News every morning. Start here we'll get you ready for your day with inciteful straightforward reporting on a few of the day's biggest headlines from groundbreaking investigative reports to urgent revelations, Shaping your world, recently honored with prestigious Edward R Murrow award start here takes you inside the stories that matter and where they're heading next, so start smart who start. He'll check it out on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast APP. Next week. The body of Congressman John Lewis will lie in state at the Alabama state capital in Montgomery. The Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta and the US. Capitol in Washington before his funeral on Thursday ABC. World News Tonight Anchor David Muir. At the legacy of the late civil rights icon in Washington outside Congressman John Lewis his office, black fabric placed over his door and his name. Notes left for the eight year old leader of the civil rights movement. Lewis sharecropper born in Troy Alabama in one, thousand, nine, hundred forty. We're talking to John Lewis as a college student. He helped lead the fight against racial inequality in this country. Somehow, all of us. Must have the courage. To get into of lantern and keep walking in the streets. Keep marching. Keep sitting in. Keep standing in. Keep protests and into the walls of segregation come tumbling down. We can do it in nineteen sixty three at the age of twenty three, he helped plan the march on Washington alongside Dr Martin Luther King Junior Lewis was the youngest speaker. That we long career. Two years later, he would lead six hundred peaceful protesters in Selma. Beaten by state. Troopers Lewis suffered a fractured skull. I was the first one to two catchable. It over the decades he would return to that bridge often with so much work still left to do. I'M NOT GONNA give up. I'm not. GonNa give. It was fifty nine years ago Louis was released after using a so called white restroom in Mississippi he said even though I was under arrest I smile because I was in the right side of history you to find a way to get in the way when you lose something that is not right something that is not fair something that does not Jeff's. Vacation does says something to do something you cannot be. Those are the people in events that made world news this week. World News. This week was written and produced by Stephanie Housekeeping. I'm chuck. Sivertsen, ABC News New. Streaming Julie thirty-first exclusively on Disney, plus follow the journey of a young prince in search of themself through a trail, love and self identity with black, is king, the new visual album from beyond say with music from the Lion King. The gift is a celebrate Tori memoir that reimagined the lessons of the Lion King for today. Lack is king streaming July thirty first only on Disney plus.

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Full Episode: Saturday, January 18, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

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Full Episode: Saturday, January 18, 2019

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. Tonight. Several breaking stories as we come on the air a deadly winter storm dumping blinding, snow strong winds and drenching rains more than one hundred million people in the path of the storm a plane skidding off the runway in Chicago nearly two thousand flights already canceled Sam champion standing by. Also breaking tonight, the new offer the president announcing a new plan to end the government shutdown offering temporary relief to Dhaka recipients for billion dollars for his wall. Democrats calling it a nonstarter plus mothers, rare move, the special counsels unusual public statement saying parts of a BuzzFeed story claiming the president directed. Michael Cohen to light of congress are not accurate the deadly pipeline explosion, the massive fireball, killing at least sixty six people injuring many others residents. Still missing. Excessive force the dramatic moment. Caught on police body. A fourteen year old burglary suspect running from police allegedly holding an air soft gun that teen shot and killed tonight. Questions about the encounter plus lost and found the twists and turns involving this seventy two Oldsmobile and lost wedding. Ring. The incredible story of love and hope eating sees. This is ABC news tonight and good evening. Thanks for joining us on this Saturday. I'm Tom Llamas. And we begin tonight with that monster storm hitting the midwest and the northeast this weekend, a rough night ahead for those in the path including for these big rig drivers there in Minnesota and a car landing in a ditch outside of Kansas City, Missouri you see it right there. Plus the United flight from Phoenix slipping right off a slick runway in Chicago, thousands of flights canceled and or delayed. Wet roads expected turn to sheets of black ice. As temperatures continue to plunge and the storm kicking off a bitter Arctic blast with wind chills below zero for millions of Americans Sam champion standing by for us tonight with the forecast, but first ABC Stephanie Ramos in the center of that storm in Albany, New York a ferocious winter storm blasting the midwest. Putting a hundred million people at the most of mother nature with winter weather alerts from Arkansas to Maine. It's coming down in Indianapolis roads, covered in snow there. The wintry glossed also causing multiple wrecks in Nebraska this truck flipped over onto its roof. And in southern Minnesota where it took a truck and chains to pull this vehicle out of the snowdrifts this jackknifed semi stuck in its tracks in Iowa emergency lights, flashing through the snow and in Kansas. Rex like this one all over interstate seventy one person killed there. And now this powerful storm catapulting east with some parts of New England bracing bro to two feet of snow in Boston. They have mountains of salt ready to go while residents in Pittsburgh and buffalo are stockpiling supplies. Stephanie Ramos joins us now live from Albany and Stephanie Albany expected to get more than a foot of snow and the governor they're not taking any chances. He's not Tom. Governor Cuomo has activated four hundred and fifty members from the national guard to assist in this storm. He's also banned tractor trailers and buses from. Most interstates in advance of the storm. That's not just expected to bring this snow, but also ice rain and dangerous. Subzero wind chills behind it here and through much of the northeast Tom Stephanie Ramos where some of that freezing rain is coming down there and Albany. Stephanie. Thank you, and that terrible weather making travel even more of a nightmare for those already slowed down by the government shutdown taking its toll on those TSA lines as well ABC's, Kenneth ABC's. Kenneth Moton is in Chicago for us tonight tonight that major winter storm marching east wreaking havoc on air travel. This United Airlines jet sliding off the runway Chicago O'Hare international airport, one hundred twenty nine passengers on board the flight from Phoenix no one injured. Icy conditions and Omaha causing the same problem for the south west plane of the Landers that we have found he's rolled off the end of the thing. So the entire shutdown. The storm canceling nearly two thousand flights delay more than twenty one hundred Harris ACOG, oh, this was the same for much on the morning pounding and highways on Lake Michigan Midland village. Poor wins gusting at more than thirty miles per hour. The severe weather is compounding the strain at the airports caused by the partial government shutdown air, traffic, controllers and TSA. Officers are working for free kicking off the holiday weekend. Seven percent of the TSA workforce calling out how you dealing with all this severe weather and travel. Extremely depressed. I wanna go home, Tom. The storm has already caused one thousand flight cancellations tomorrow and airports operations and the TSA are working to keep up com. Kenneth moten first night, Kenneth thank you. Let's go right to Sam champion standing bind central park. Sam take us through expected to be the rest of the weekend. All right. We'll do Tom. And there's every reason to keep your eye on this storm because it's now covering the eastern third of the country. And we just started getting some flurries the first lakes here in New York. Let's get right to the maps. You'll see this long band of snow that goes from Arkansas all the way into Albany. We just recently got some snow reports in western areas of Philadelphia as well this aveer storm component of this report. A tornado just north in the Gumri, Alabama, and those storms will fire up all night long. Now, all of this is moving into the northeast tonight. Is that storm gets even stronger take a look New York and Boston or now headline on the wetter side of the storm. So yes, we'll all start as snow, but we'll go quickly to freezing mix and then terrain the big snowfall towed. Will stay inland. Areas of northern New England you gotta get away from the Atlantic. The Atlantic is going to cost some warm air to mix in and change all this over to some rain. The Arctic blow out that comes in behind. This storm is subzero wind chills all the way to Washington DC with some black ice on Monday morning, Tom Sam champion, I tonight. Sam thank you next to the breaking political headline on this. The twenty ninth day of the long government standoff. President Trump proposing a new offer to Democrats involving temporary considerations for Dhaka recipients in exchange for billions for his border wall. Democrats taking no time to strike back. With house speaker Nancy Pelosi calling the proposal nonstarter renewing calls for the president to open up the government. First ABC's, David Wright, is that the White House tonight nearly one month into the shutdown. The president finally changed his bargaining position straightforward fair reasonable and commonsense with lots of compromise from the diplomatic room at the White House. He offered Democrats some things they want. In exchange for the five point seven billion dollars. He wants to build his border wall. This is not a two thousand mile concrete structure from C to see these are still barriers in high priority locations. A steel barrier will help us stop illegal immigration while safely directing commerce to our lawful. Ports of entry and exchange. President Trump agreed to extend work authorizations and other protections for three years for so-called dreamers on documented immigrants. Brought into the US has children. This extension will give them access to work permits social security numbers and protection from deportation. Most importantly, the president also proposed extending temporary protected status for some three hundred thousand others, but offered no pathway to citizenship beyond that speaker Nancy Pelosi called it a non starter. Having said in the past that the dreamers and the border wall should not be linked because the two different subjects. The Democrats are reportedly ready to sweeten their offer including a billion dollars for border related measures. And no money for Trump's wall, which Pelosi has called immoral walls are not immoral in fact, they are the opposite of immoral because they will save many lives. The president said today that Senate Republicans will put his proposal to a vote first thing next week. But it's not clear that Mitch McConnell even has enough votes to start debate. The Democrats meanwhile are digging in their heels their message the president is that the only way to move forward is to reopen. The government Tom no end in sight at least for tonight. All right. David. Thank you next to that. Buzzfeed news reports sparking a firestorm special counsel, Robert Muller's office, taking the unusual step of publicly pushing back on the story that claims President Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to congress. Here's. ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas tonight. President Trump doing something rare praising the special counsel's office for their rare decision to publicly challenged core. Aspects of that BuzzFeed news report the claim the president directed. Michael Cohen to lie to congress. Story. And I appreciate the special counsel coming out. With a statement last night. I think it was very appropriate that they did. So I very much appreciate that the BuzzFeed article, which ABC news was not able to confirm claims to law enforcement sources said the president directed his longtime lawyer Cohen to lie to congress about plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to lawmakers. When he testified the Moscow poject was abandoned in January two thousand sixteen in fact, negotiations to build a tower continue until that June deep into the campaign, according to BuzzFeed, their sources say the special counsel has interviews with multiple witnesses from the Trump organization, internal company emails text messages and a cast of other documents. But now the special counsel taking the extraordinary step to refute key points in the story buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office and characterization of documents and testimony obtained about this. Office regarding Michael Coen's? Congressional testimony are not accurate BuzzFeed the standing by their story tonight, saying they reconfirmed the reporting and found no indication that any specific aspect is. Inaccurate the president firing back. I think that the buzz. Great. Do I got it was a disgrace the journalists and Pierre Thomas joins us now from Washington peer both the president and his legal team have been pushing back on this story ever since it was published, but even with the special counsel statement, there are some members of congress who still have questions. That's right. Tom congressional Democrats have said they found the allegations disturbing and they're vowing to get to the bottom of it. They get a chance to question Michael Cohen directly when he appeared before congress next month, Tom Pierre Thomas, I tonight Pierre thank you and this programming note, be sure to tune into this week tomorrow morning for all the latest on this and the president's new offer to end the government shutdown now the four Americans killed not suicide bomb attack in Syria. President Trump at Dover air force base in Delaware today. Pain respects that bombing the deadliest assault on US troops in Syria since twenty fifteen ISIS claiming responsibility the violence come in about a month. After the of the terror group had been defy. Beated their ABC's senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel. Now with the latest some beholden coming at Dover air force base as the bodies of four Americans killed in a suicide blast in Syria. This week return home one last time, the president meeting the families, saluting as the remains of former navy seal Scott words, a- transferred to a military van woods who's killed along with army. Green beret Jonathan farmer. Navy interpreters. Shannon, Ken and gathered to her at civilian contracted interpreter. Isis saying it carried out the attack just one month after Trump announced the war against ISIS was one. They're all coming back and they're coming back. Now, we won the day after Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis resigned in protest Friday. A Pentagon spokesman appearing to contradict the president saying ISIS remains a threat last year. I met a former ISIS child soldier in prison in. Iraq. Do you think this is gone forever? Now unrepentant he says ISIS wasn't beaten and would fight until judgment day, Tom despite the American withdrawal wearing it could take months to defeat ISIS in their last remaining strongholds in Syria. And even then it doesn't guarantee an end to the threat from the extremists, for example here in Iraq a year and a half after they were defeated in Mozell. Isis remains a potent threat and the American like HOA, listen continues to bomb them, Tom. Ian panel with the new developments at both Syria and Iraq tonight, Ian, thank you next to Mexico in the massive fireball. A leaky fuel pipeline exploding north of Mexico City, flames shooting high into the air at least sixty six people killed and many are still missing tonight officials say thieves fuel thieves, maybe to blame. Here's ABC's Marci Gonzales tonight, the death toll from this massive explosion in Mexico rising at least sixty six people dead, another seventy. Six injured after thirty Sade criminals ruptured a fuel line, which then ignited sending flames shooting dozens of feet into the air a crowd of people from a neighboring village seen here just before collecting gasoline among the victims this man, saying they were young people who didn't realize the risks the fire in a small town in the state of ill. Oh about sixty miles north of Mexico City burning for hours, ambulances and fire. Trucks rushing to the scene families now desperately waiting for word on their loved ones at the menial hundred Vasquez. Good Eto says her brother was there looking for gasoline when the explosion happened. But no one knows if he made it out fuel theft, a major issue in Mexico. The country's new president promising to increase his crackdown on the legal three billion dollar a year industry and tonight entities fishy. Sending his condolences to grieving families. Many of the injured remain in critical condition and we've learned a twelve. Year old boy is among those being treated tonight. Tom just sad situation. Right morsi. Thank you back here in the states in Washington. Demonstrators taken to the streets for the third women's March that crowd protesting the Trump administration's policies thinner than in previous years split over accusations of anti-semitism emerged after an organizer embraced nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, many stain homeward, tending smaller parallel marches around the country, and there is still much more had a world news tonight this Saturday the intense moments caught on body Cam. But deadly shooting of a teenager by police suspected of burglary allegedly carrying an air soft gun his family now pleading for answers exploding in the street the car bursting into flames outside of a courthouse. Police at the scene what they suspect was behind it and look inside chapels escape while a forties reclosing in the cartel's kingpins incredible getaway and how he didn't stay with us. 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Arizona police releasing body Cam footage of a deadly shooting there at one of their own officers killing a fourteen year old boy on the run. ABC's area. Russia has more tonight. This police body Cam video showing the moment a Tempe. Arizona officer opens fire killing a fourteen year old suspects in gray Chevy pickup in the alley your subject privy loading the vehicle officer Joseph hind called to this alley where a thorny say. He found an Tonio ARCE allegedly burglarizing a truck holding what police say appeared to be a handgun ARCE seen here. Exiting the truck through the passenger side door before taking off the officer chasing the team. Before firing two shots. One striking ARCE in the shoulder blade. Nine hundred shot far Jaafar. He's got a hang on hang on the fourteen year old later died at the hospital, the suspect turn towards the officer at which time the officer perceived a threat and fired his service weapon police discovering that gun in hand was actually an air soft replica. He had allegedly stolen from the pickup. His anguish family now pleading for answers. Kids can get processed through my head. He's gone having to get used to not seeing everyday. And police say officer is a fourteen year veteran of the force and Tom he's been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigations real. Thank you for index. And we start overseas. A car exploding in Northern Ireland that in flames outside the courthouse. Police at the scene urging everyone in the area to stay away reports coming in a loud blast police investigating. Whether this was indeed a car bombing. So far, no injuries have been reported and back here at home some disturbing video now surfacing out of Lubbock, Texas that sparked a police investigation, a daycare worker caught on camera grabbing a little girls here forcefully. See it right there in scolding her. Man, eight York booth officers notify child protective services and the daycare center now saying the staff involved were fired immediately and inside El Chapo escape. Take a look at this. He was already on the run and moving from safe house to safe house underneath this bathtub in Culiacan, Mexico a secret trap door and threw it a damp dark tunnel L chapels former mistress now testifying he led her to the bathroom fleeing through that sewer system. Naked his trial still ongoing in New York. He's facing a host of charges, including murder, torture and money laundering. Finally tonight. The Oldsmobile one man bought from motor parts and finding a very precious piece of someone's heart. Here's ABC's Adrian banker Raisch Muckraker last saw his beloved wedding ring in the nineteen seventies. Treasury nearly forty five years later that treasure turned up thanks to the sale of the family car. Good times dives in the old car so much history. The year he bought that nineteen seventy two Oldsmobile his wife was diagnosed with cancer after she passed so many memories family vacations. His kids learning to drive now it was time to let the car go. It was just what will fry restoring his sixty nine Oldsmobile was looking for the motor died on me last the end of last summer will bought the car, and while looking around found something inside that motor little shine through it. And I picked it up just to see what it was. And here I got moving per Chevron through and it was a rain high called praised daughter to see if they knew anybody lost a wedding band. I said that my father had lost a wedding ring. But it had diamonds in it. And he said this one does how it ended up in the motor. They may never know by. Elven great that you know. Some real good came out of it. But the timing couldn't be better. I just found out that I had breast cancer. And I lost my mom to breast cancer. And my sister told me that it was that everything was going to be. Okay, sign and hope that anything can be restored Adrian banker ABC news, an amazing sign. Indeed, we think Adrian for that story. We thank you for watching. I'm Tom yomas in New York. Jimmy and this week in the morning, and I'll see you right back here. Tomorrow night have a great evening. Good night. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast.

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Full Episode: Friday, May 8, 2020

World News This Week

22:42 min | 7 months ago

Full Episode: Friday, May 8, 2020

"From ABC News World News this week. I'm Chuck Sivertsen in New York. Coming up we're going through hell but what we're doing is working. So we're gonNA keep going the reopening back and forth with Kobe. Nineteen is finding new places to go. I'm managing really hard. A mother seeks justice after her unarmed son. Who Shot and killed. He is a great gentleman. Doj dismissing the case against President Trump's former national security advisor and. Thank you to all of the nurses on the front lines for him. Because he have Ye. Haven't it really had that? The people and events that made headlines when world news this week continues to reopen or not to reopen as more states and localities. Grapple with that questions some. Americans seem to be losing their patients. Kobe nineteen is still spreading communities large and small with new hotspots emerging in states like Maryland Illinois Texas and North Carolina. But also this week. More than three million more Americans filing for unemployment assistance bringing the total to about thirty three million and the unemployment rate sits at fourteen point seven percent with more than twenty million jobs lost during the month of April. Jj Kina Han with Td. Ameritrade calling it terrible. Not as quite as is we we seen in our all time highs of nineteen thirty three certainly post war this is the highest level. We've ever seen of unemployment and there really wasn't any huge bright spots even states who have seen. Kovic nineteen hot spots. Are Mulling over. How to reopen safely and Win New York Governor Andrew? Cuomo said his State has a detailed plan to open region by region based on specific metrics. Those metrics include. How intensely Kobe? Nineteen is spreading. And for how long each region has to put together the leaders in those respective areas. Who put together this system and monitor this system literally on a daily basis. Abc's Marcus more reports Texas is reopening. But it might be too early. More businesses gearing up to reopen in Texas Governor Greg. Abbott green-lighting barbershops salon and other personal services to restart this weekend. Despite an increase of new cove in nineteen cases. Statewide Governor Abbot Sang about seventy five percent of the nine hundred six deaths in the state so far are people age sixty five or over. He's confident that hospitals can handle the pandemic Texas is fully capable of being able to manage the healthcare needs of everybody contracts Kobe. Nineteen but some Texas health care workers worry what the next two weeks will bring especially as more people had to stores and beaches galveston packed this last weekend and more of the sick starting to go to hospitals here at Houston's Methodist Hospital they're using virtual icy used to monitor Kovic patients allowing them to treat more patients at once while cutting back on potential virus exposure for nurses and doctors across much of the country cases still on the rise as states continue to like Illinois on Tuesday the state reporting its highest one day fatality count since the start of the pandemic with one hundred seventy six fatalities in the last twenty four hours in Missouri where they saw three hundred eighty six new cases Monday the largest single day increase in the state so far officials announcing the Youth Baseball. Leagues can start this weekend but with a number of safety guidelines and. Abc's Alex appreciate reports and other states easing restrictions instruction workers back on the clock in Michigan in Nevada where Cova nineteen cases crush. The tourism industry restaurants can operate at fifty percent capacity but casinos are still shut down more than two dozen shudder. Dmv offices are reopening in California the State even allowing some malls to open in low risk counties. Abc's David Muir sat down with President Trump. This week you had this to say about the arguments for and against reopening. Do you believe that's the reality? We're facing that. That lives will be lost to reopen the country. It's possible there will be some because you won't be locked into an apartment or or a house or whatever it is but at the same time we're going to practice social distancing. We're going to be washing hands. We're going to be doing a lot of the things that we've learned to do over the last period of time and we have to get our country back. It's the philosophy that caught the Arab Governor. Cuomo who argued there shouldn't be a trade off. I understand that I'm going to die. I just don't want to die now or next week. And I won't don't want to die. Because I contracted the covert virus. Unnecessarily the balance is a tough one define for many officials in the new unemployment numbers out. This week are adding to a sense of urgency for many. Abc's Aaron Katersky Talk to Megan Green and the Communist at Harvard's Kennedy School who says on top of the millions. Unemployed wages might show an uptick but that points to some larger issues. Nearly you'd say jumping wage growth. That's a positive story but this time around it's not it just reflects exactly who is hit initially by this crisis and that was mainly the hourly services workers like waiters and waitresses who haven't had a whole lot of wage growth through the last recovery. So they already were. Really benefiting from all the spoils of all this growth that we had and now they've been laid off and so if you take out all the low wage workers You know you get you. Get much higher wages but again. That's not a positive story. Are there things that can be done to mitigate that let's say it takes years to get back some of the twenty thirty maybe even forty million jobs that will have been lost in this pandemic? Is there anything in the nearer term that can be done so I think you're right? It will take years not only because some of these industries are going away. A lot of retail bricks and mortar retailers is not coming back right. So you'll have to retool and reskill people so that they can find employment in other areas but also because a lot of firms are looking at this in taking the opportunity to actually automate as many jobs as they can so those firms in a position to are trying gain the technology so that they can have machines and robots that people used to do and so that means those jobs will be gone forever as well but there is something we could do to keep people attached to their employers in this kind of temporary freeze in downturn and that's work-sharing programmes and work. Shang something that Europeans rely on mostly in a downturn whereby people agree to work fewer hours and then They go and collect unemployment insurance to make up the difference in their incomes from working shorter hours and they maintain connection to their employers. So that when the recovery comes actually. It's much faster because you know companies don't have to go and find workers and train them up and get them used to the culture. They already have them in place in. Twenty seven of our states. Actually have work-sharing programmes. The problem is there isn't much teacup in March because a lot of companies. Just don't even know that these exists so it is something that sits alongside or unemployment insurance scheme which is usually what we rely on in downturn in the US it's just under utilized and in the last fiscal package that Congress passed. Actually there were provisions to beef up some of these work-sharing programmes and incentives to create new ones in states. That don't have them so we should absolutely taking advantage of those but as the economy sinks a new. Abc News Ipsos poll out. This week suggests American's aren't confident to participate in any reopening now. Abc's Andy Field reports nearly seventy five percent of Americans say reopening. The economy will result in a higher number of people dying of covert nineteen. Just one out of every three say it's better to reopen and stop the economic crisis and there is a giant partisan divide sixty five percent of Republicans saying it's better to return and end the state home orders. Only six percent of Democrats say the same. There are also new concerns over the nations food supply as more workers in meat processing plants. Get Sick with cove. Nineteen Good Morning. America host. Michael Strahan talked to McDonald's. Ceo Chris Kaczynski. About how the supplies affecting fast food restaurants. And about shooting over social distancing in Oklahoma. I want to start out by asking about those two employees who were shot at McDonald's in Oklahoma City by customers who upset that the social thing rules were in effect. So how are those employees doing into this? Give you any pause and keeping your stores open. The good news I can report. Is that the two employees who were involved in that incident. are okay. And they're going to have a full recovery Obviously it's a heinous crime Particularly because these two people were trying to really support public health. I think what you're seeing in. This situation is really what you're seeing in a variety of situations across the country. Which is this tension about Opening and and People's concern about it but There's absolutely no excuse for violence gun violence so I'm just happy that our people are going to be okay. I agree with you and we wish them a full recovery. A lot has been made about the meat supply shortage we know Wendy's some reports that some Wendy's located have run out of Burgers do. Do you anticipate McDonald's having a similar issue. We've got an amazing group of suppliers and amazing supply chain team the amazing for us really. What's been incredible is just through this entire pandemic. We haven't had a supply chain break anywhere in all forty thousand restaurants around the globe that said in the US and North America. You know. We're watching very closely. This meat supply issue. It's particularly an issue with beef Right now We feel Good about our situation but it really is day-to-day Status and we're monitoring it. But again we feel pretty good about where we're at right now in virtually all your restaurants in the US have remained open throughout this crisis. So what are you doing to protect your worker that also your customers yep so for us. Keeping the crew keeping customers safe Is really the most important thing Without that nothing else really matters to be quite honest and so In the case of our crew We're doing a variety of things we've put in place over fifty new procedures Into our restaurants in the US and everything from social distancing How we sanitize the restaurant about fourteen. Meat AND POULTRY. Plants are reopening an emergency order from the president the. Usda says the plants must adhere to CDC guidelines. But it's not certain whether they have all been inspected as easing and reopening slowly takes place a new cobra concern in children. Abc's Amy Robot talked to chief. Medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton about the rare yet serious inflammatory condition afflicting dozens of primarily in the New York area. Dr Jen we've been hearing that. Children are not as affected by in nineteen as adults but now with these children in New York state. What do we know actually about Corona virus and children? Well Amy from the reports in the Peer Review Medical Literature. It appears that the pediatric age group represents a really small percentage of documented and confirmed cases meaning less than three percent. Now again we. We're not exactly sure how many people have truly been infected so that number may be a little elusive but for some reason that we don't totally understand this age group children under the age of eighteen twenty years old really spared from major symptoms of covert nineteen. We don't think that means they're not getting infected but for some reason the vast majority are just not presenting with clinical illness. So Dr John. What should parents be on the lookout for with Corona virus and this mysterious illness? Well the first step in medicine. Amy is making an observation and we were tipped off to this from pediatricians in Europe. About one to two weeks ago. Now we're starting to see some cases here in the US. It is important to remember that. An increased risk of rare event is still a rare event but there are some signs and symptoms. Doctors and parents are reporting that these children's can have high fever. They can have rash. They can have eye infection or conjunctiva pinkai swollen lymph nodes and in some cases swelling of their hands and feet again. This is vague and mysterious syndrome right now that is being followed closely because some of these children are becoming critically ill. What about treatment for this new illness well right now? The treatment of these children who wind up going to the ICU is just supportive again. Doctors intensive is treating the symptoms. Because we don't know the cause yet. Scientists from around the world are doing what they can to get a vaccine to as soon as possible. New Trials began this week in two states dealing with a high number of covert nineteen cases. Here again. Abc's Aaron Katersky. A dose of the I four experimental vaccines made by Pfizer and German partner has been given to healthy volunteers at the University of Maryland and at nyu. We're Dr Mark. Mulligan runs the Vaccine Center. It's very impressive. How New Yorkers are looking to fight back to be altruistic to help to be part of the solution? The experimental vaccine used the body's genetic material rather than live virus to immunize patients. Mulligan said initial test results are expected by fall. Aaron Katersky. Abc News New York. This president trump changes his mind about whether to dismantle the Corona Virus Task Force. Abc's Jordan Phelps has more from Washington. President trump now says the White House Corona virus. Chess Force will continue indefinitely after facing backlash for a decision to disband the group in the coming weeks. The president adding on twitter. That people may be added or subtracted to the group but that it will continue its work with the focus on vaccines and therapeutics. The president had previously defended the decision to do away with the group of top public health experts. Because he says the country is moving into a new phase in the fight against the virus with a focus on safely reopening Jordan Phelps. Abc News Washington. Also this week. A formal complaint filed from Dr Rick. Bright the former head of the health and Human Services Vaccine Development team. His lawyers say that government investigators found reasonable grounds. That he faced retaliation and say he should be reinstated. Here's ABC News. Chief White House correspondent Jonathan Coral. Dr Bright who would be in charge of developing and mass producing a vaccine has produced a fifty eight page a whistleblower complaint saying that. He was removed from his position because he was warning of the dangers of drowsy. Chloroquine as the president was advocating. That he also makes allegations that his initial warnings on the dangers of this virus were ignored back in January and that there was cronyism pushing contracts towards people with political connections the White House. That says these are baseless allegations but the president pleased by the news this week that his former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's cases dropped by the Justice Department. I felt it was going to happen just by watching and seeing like everybody else does. He was an innocent man. He is a great gentleman. Here's ABC's Pierre Thomas. With more the Department of Justice announcing a bombshell seeking to drop the case against Michael Flynn Twenty nine months ago. He left the courthouse in shame after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI the day after that plea the president tweeting. He dismissed his national security adviser because he lied to the vice president. I find him because of what he said to Mike Pence. Very Simple Flynn's guilty pleas senator around lying about his contacts within Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak But the Justice Department concluded Flinch Prosecution was unjustified and that his statements were not material to any viable counterintelligence investigation concerning the Russians the president praising Flynn as a hero. He was an innocent man. He is a great gentlemen than the president directed his fiery at the FBI for an investigation into Russian interference. The he believes should never have been started. Did dishonest crooked people come and say a lot there scum human scum but we've not heard from FBI officials who have been adamant that lying to them compromises the entire criminal justice system that Justin me protesters Georgia speaking out against the shooting of an unarmed. Black man had happened back in February and Brunswick when Ahmad. Aubrey was out for a jog but two suspects were never arrested until this week. When video evidence was brought to light? Abc's Kenneth Moton describes that video. The twenty five year old was unarmed. As opposed a white truck there's a struggle between Arboretum and Travis McMichael. Gunshots go off an artery collapses. The MKX Michaels told police. They believed he was the same person seen on security cameras breaking into homes and chased him claiming they were trying to make citizens. Arrest are Berry's mother Wanda Cooper Jones spoke to ABC's amy robot before the arrests were made power. You holding up right now. I'm managing Is Really hard miss. I can't say Is really been hard. Now that's so yawned understandable. The video is so disturbing as a mother. I cannot imagine knowing that that was out there. Have you been able to bring yourself to watch it now? I haven't I don't think I'll be in a mental state where I can actually watch the video. I had others that wash this year but they saw and that just with enough prosecutors claim the Kobe. Nineteen pandemic delayed required court proceedings. But attorneys for Cooper Jones said prosecutors could have made an arrest regardless the two suspects Gregory McMichael and his son Travis who are white murder charges. Abc's Steve Olson Saami also explains another possible. Hold up in the case Gregory McMichael. The father used to work in county law enforcement and that's slowed. The investigation to current prosecutors recused themselves from the case. One of them shared that he'd seen the video and did not see grounds for an arrest. Saying that are bary initiated the fight and under Georgia Law McMichael was allowed to use deadly force. To protect himself are killer Hornets. Another thing to be worried about concerns about a new species of bug that could kill. Humans might be much ado about nothing. Abc's Alec Stone Explains It's been all over social media and just about everywhere else. The Murder Hornet are actually the Asian giant Washington. State entomologist. Dr Chris. Looney is out checking traps not finding any and he says threat really. Isn't that bad murder? Hornet moniker is created a lot of fear and hysteria. That's probably overblown known if they've even taken a foothold in the US but he says they aren't big killers of humans anyway. Falling in your home is still far more risky. And we don't report murder ladders but teams around searching for the Hornets to learn more about them. Alex Stone ABC News coming up on this needed to sit there with him and you know dislike him because he had he hasn't really had that join appreciation for those who act selflessly when world news this week continues teachers. Nurses were given some special thanks this week and in the midst of the Cova Nineteen Pandemic. Those thank. Yous have extra meaning. Abc's David Muir has one story they are the heros across this country. The nurses Brady Pre Evo caring for newborns during this pandemic at Our Lady of Lords Hospital in Lafayette Louisiana patients. Abby Board Alon tested positive for covert nineteen was unable to be with her newborn baby. Boy remmy that nurse knew what she had to do so just to sit there with him and you know dislike for him because he had. He hasn't really had that nurse. Britney caring for remmy or unhealthy without the virus. Knowing that new mom would not be able to see her baby so the nurse wrote the mother a letter. I cried sacked years for you because I couldn't even imagine how hard it must be free. I cried sad tears for him because he has not gotten to love on his mommy. I cried happy tears because out of all of this craziness. He is a beautiful healthy baby boy. Tender exchange of words during a crisis. What nurses do every day? I want you to know that. He was loved today in that. I treated him as he was my own. Even though you aren't able to be with him at this time he is being left on your behalf. We're happy to report that new mom abby and baby remmy our home and doing well and here they are given that bomb holding baby. Remmy grateful the second I read it. I burst into tears and I called her on the hospital. Phone is just thanked her for being services. We'd and Levin my baby could it that just meant the entire world to me at that moment nurse. Britney saying it all comes with the job. That's what keeps you going. That one patient so just thanking nurse. You know. We're here to help you and we just like to know that we're doing a good job. And those are the people and events that made world news this week World News. This week was written and produced by Joy Piazza. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. Abc News New York. Stay safe and healthy. The country is locked down. Battling Corona virus right now. The curve at my gloves in my pocket which? I'm not sure how effective they'll be going to wear them anyway. We WanNA help and give you the latest information. I'm Aaron Katersky host of Kobe. Nineteen what you need to know a podcast from. Abc News but we're going to need to do is widespread testing to see who's susceptible who's infected and who's recovered each weekday. We call doctors from around the country and our own medical experts to respond directly to. What's on your mind about this virus? Kovic nineteen what you need to know a new series weekday afternoons on your favorite podcast APP.

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Full Episode: Friday, February 14, 2019

World News This Week

22:45 min | 10 months ago

Full Episode: Friday, February 14, 2019

"From ABC News World News this week. I'm Chuck Sivertsen in New York. Coming up. Close results in the New Hampshire. Primary the people of the Hampshire for a great victory tonight but one candidate who wasn't on the ballot generating new buzz everywhere. I go on making the case against Donald Trump because we've just got to beat him leniency for Roger Stone and admission that the president's tweeting is disruptive. Make it impossible for me to do my job and computer. Can you do people events that made headlines when World News this week continues? It was bitterly cold. But you wouldn't have been able to tell. Those are supporters of former South. Bend Indiana Mayor Pete. Brundige chanting early in the morning of the New Hampshire. Primary polling location in Manchester footage came to the primary having clinched. The most delegates in Iowa caucuses but candidates who had a less successful showing in Iowa also out that morning Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth. Warren supporters gathered at a polling location in Portsmouth and former vice president Joe Biden handing out coffee to supporters in Manchester Cup of coffee. What's your name? We are happy to meet you. Fumbled God lugging for months. Senator Bernie Sanders. Who won the New Hampshire primary by a sizable margin in two thousand sixteen ended up edging out the competition by a little more than one percentage points? Take this opportunity so the people of the Hamshaw for a great victory tonight. Abc's Monaco Sarabki has more on the Democratic presidential field onto Nevada. It's onto South Carolina. It's on to win the Democratic nomination but unlike his twenty sixteen victory in the granite state this time sanders barely edging out former mayor. Judge felt a boost from his strong showing in Iowa so many of you decided that a middle-class mayor in a veteran from the industrial midwest was the right choice to take on this president and Amy Klobuchar Ours. Plain Talk Message Clearly. Resonating with voters the senator coming in third after gaining a surge of momentum in recent days we have beaten the odds every step of the way over the weekend. Her campaign drawing its largest crowd in the granite state and bringing in millions and donations. The night however not unfolding as Elizabeth Warren had hoped the Massachusetts senator taking the stage at her election might party to congratulate her competitors that Senator Sanders and mayor. Buddha judge had strong nights and I also want to congratulate my friend and colleague Amy Klobuchar for showing. Just how wrong the pundits can be when they count a woman out but warned making it clear. This was not a concession speech and that her campaign is in it for the long haul former vice president Joe Biden having already left the state for South Carolina with a similar showing in New Hampshire. Who Judge leads. The overall number of delegates as the candidates look to South Carolina and Nevada next both the sanders. Buddha judge campaigns have requested a re canvass of the results in Iowa. The chair of Iowa's Democratic Party has resigned amidst the confusion surrounding the results on caucus night. One candidate who is skipping the early contest states getting new. Buzz and new scrutiny. This week everywhere I go. I'm making the case against Donald Trump because we just got to beat him former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg campaign in Super Tuesday states this week including Tennessee North Carolina and Texas. Abc's Jonathan Karl has more on Bloomberg surprise showing in one New Hampshire town and new questions swirling around the police policy that was in place when he was mayor. Michael Bloomberg isn't even on the ballot here in New Hampshire but he scored a PR coup by coming in first in the tiny tiny town of Dixville Notch. One there are only five voters in Dixville Notch and Bloomberg called most of them directly called several events and talk to us and answering question after spending some two hundred million dollars on. Tv Ads. Bloomberg is surging in national polls even gaining support among African American voters up to twenty two percent in one poll but he is facing new criticism after a recording from two thousand fifteen surfaced of the former mayor defending his controversial stop and Frisk policy. It gave police authority to detain people suspected of committing a crime and searching them for weapons. The targets overwhelmingly black and Latino Bloomberg then bluntly described policy. Yes that's true basketball. From even President. Trump tweeted out the audio with the caption. Wow Bloomberg is a total racist before deleting the tweet although trump himself has repeatedly promoted stop and Frisk worked very well in New York. It brought the crime rate way. Down flew himself apologized for his policy months ago just after launching his presidential campaign. I now see that we could and should have acted sooner and acted faster to cut the stops. I wish we had. I'm sorry that we didn't another candidate getting scrutiny. Over a past record this week. Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar who was the top prosecutor in Minneapolis Co hosting. Abc's the view Sunny Halston questioned cloture on one particular case involving Mayan. Borough a black teenager who is sentenced to life in prison for the death of an eleven year. Old Girl critics say no hard evidence was uncovered to convict. It gives me no pleasure to say this because as you know I was a prosecutor as well. I've reviewed the facts of that case and it is one of the most flawed investigations and prosecutions that. I think I have ever seen when you look at it. You have your homicide detective on tape offering informants five hundred bucks a piece for names When I looked at it I also saw that. Mr Burrell's alibis were alibi. Witnesses were not looked at his his surveillance. Tapes were not looked at. I mean how do you defend something like that to someone like me? Who is the mother of a black boy a black teenager this case it would be? My worst nightmare will sending else start with this. I've been very clear. All of the evidence needs to be immediately reviewed in that case the past evidence and also any new evidence that has come forward. I've called for that and I think you and I both share that background and I have always believed that a job of a prosecutor is to protect the innocent and convict the guilty but protect the innocent has to be key so this case involved an eleven year old African American girl who was shot and doing her homework at her kitchen table. I got to know her family and I worked with them But I would say I think any prosecutor who cares about justice and I've always been on the side of justice would say all evidence must be reviewed immediately. And that's what I think has to happen here. Your senator your US senator. Now you're powerful woman. What do you intend to do to right this? Well I've called for the office and the courts to review the evidence. Voters will head to the polls in Nevada February twenty-second South Carolina. The week after that more than thirteen hundred delegates are up for grabs in the March Third Super Tuesday contests Andrew Yang Senator Michael Bennet and deval. Patrick have all ended their twenty twenty presidential bids this week. I want to thank the Justice Department for seeing this this horrible thing and I didn't speak to him by the way. Just say you understand. They saw the horrible this of a nine year sentence for doing nothing. That's president trump in the White House. Praising a reduction in a sentencing recommendation for his friend and former campaign operative Roger Stone. Abc's Karen Travers has more federal. Prosecutors recommended a seven to nine year prison sentence but after the president publicly pushed back Justice Department leaders called the recommendation extreme excessive and not appropriate then in an unprecedented protest. The four on the case stepped away from it. Better go back to school and learn because I'll tell you what the way they treated people. Nobody should be treated liver top. Republican senators shot down calls by Democrats for investigations. Top Democrats said this was another example of president trump abusing his power karen travers. Abc News the White House stone was convicted of witness tampering obstruction and lying to Congress related to Robert Muller's Russia investigation in an exclusive interview with. Abc News Chief. Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. Attorney General William Bar admits that the president's tendency to tweet has made things complicated to have public statements and tweets made about the department Are People in the department. Our our men and women hear about cases pending in the department and about judges before whom we have cases Make it impossible for me to do my job and to assure the courts and the prosecutors in the in the department that we're doing our work with integrity this of our president Does not like to be told what to do. He may not like what you're saying. Are you prepared for those ramifications of course as I said during my confirmation I came in to serve Attorney General I am responsible for everything that happens in the department but the thing I most responsibility for are the issues that are brought to me for decision and I will make those decisions based on what I think is the right thing to do. And I'm not going to be bullied or influenced by anybody and I said I'm whether it's Congress newspaper editorial boards where the president. I'm going to do what I think is right and You know The I think the I cannot do my job here at the department With a constant background commentary that undercuts me but in that same interview. Barr says he thought the original seventy nine year. Sentencing recommendation was too much. I wouldn't support affirmatively advocating. What I felt was an excessive sentence. So what I wanted to do was to provide Descr just deferred to the discretion of the judge. Let the judge make the determination a judge to ultimately decide stones fate on February twenty eighth fifteen cases of the corona virus are now confirmed in the US the virus now with the official name Cova Nineteen also infecting more people worldwide and more cases on board a cruise ship. The Costa Japan have been confirmed as some of those passengers remain in quarantine. Abc's Maggie releases. The virus has people in Japan concerned. I think people are starting to get scared. People in Japan are still out in public. And but the numbers much less when you go out on a Friday on a Saturday night restaurants. That should be packed. Maybe they're only half full Many other people are canceling schools. Canceling big events. Just knock going out to social gatherings one American passenger trapped on that ship. Carry Maniscalco says it's been a trying time for her and her husband lost a substantial amount of money from this losing contracts and it's costing me not just my time with my family and my friends and you know my sanity here. It's costing ME MONEY. Lots of money. But officials say the twenty twenty Olympics will still go on as planned in July the measures being taken by the relevant authorities are properly addressing the situation along with China. That's John Coach with the International Olympic Committee. Hundreds of people are under quarantine here in the US after coming back from the epicenter of the virus in China one of the former FBI officials has been coming under fire from President. Trump and his supporters won't be facing criminal charges in a letter to his legal team. Federal Prosecutors told Andrew McCabe. They would no longer pursue criminal charges against him. Mccain's attorney said in a statement at long last justice has been done based on the totality of circumstances and all of the known information prosecutors said they now consider the matter closed they had investigated. Mckay for the disclosure of sensitive information about Hillary Clinton's use of a private e mail server. Abc's Aaron Katersky. This has Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault. Trial is set to wrap up soon. Here's ABC Sherry Preston. A prosecutor six women to the stand during this trial. They're all telling stories of sexual assault in the hands of Harvey Weinstein. Despite the at times graphic testimony Weinstein's defense team says prosecutors quote failed miserably to prove their case. The jury is expected to get the case early. Next week Sherry Preston. Abc News New York by Mexican is in trouble with the law again. Accused of luring his daughter's college friends into a sex cult. Abc's Diane Macedo has more federal agents. Call it a crime that shocks the conscience sixty year old Larry. Ray Accused of manipulating his daughter's college classmates committing extortion forced labor and even sex trafficking according to the indictment. It started in two thousand ten when ray got out of prison and moved into his daughters Dorm Room at Sarah Lawrence College in Westchester New York. Prosecutors say he started convincing his daughter's roommate's they were broken and in need of fixing prosecutors. Say He made up lies about his victims. Coerce their false confessions than US those confessions to extort roughly a million dollars from them even forcing at least one victim into prostitution and at times resorting to physical violence the FBI says it launched the investigation after New York magazine. Detailed the story in twenty nineteen actor. Jussie smollet is indicted again of lying to police for being the victim of a hate. Crime this after a special prosecutor looked into why the charges were initially dropped against him and the prosecutor who dropped the charges speaking out about more from ABC's Ryan Burrow in Chicago Cook County. State's Attorney Kim. Fox's campaign called the new charges politically motivated coming thirty five days before the Primary Fox was asked if she agrees. I certainly would hope that the decision was made in. This case was based on the facts. The Evidence Unlock Fox's office is also being investigated for it's handling of the small at case including the dropping of charges. The Special Prosecutor criticized the Office for providing no new evidence that they've handled similar cases in the same way Ryan Burrow. Abc News Chicago this week that the US and the Taliban of reached a temporary truce here again. Abc's Karen Travers the US and the Taliban have reached an agreement to reduce violence which could open the door to the two sides finalizing larger deal to end the US war in Afghanistan and bring American troops home. But I the Taliban must follow through on a seven day reduction in violence. It's not clear. What a reduction actually means but a senior State Department official said. It's not a full ceasefire. Officials say the US military will monitor the levels of violence and use it channel with Taliban and the Afghan government to raise any issues Karen travers. Abc News the White House. It's not the news. Some Catholics wanted to hear Pope Francis not giving permission to allow married priests or women to serve as deacons more from. Abc's Megan Williams from the Vatican. The Vatican announced that Pope Francis is not changing Catholic rules to allow married men to become priests liberal. Catholics were hoping the pope would take up the recommendations of bishops from the Amazon rainforest and allow married men to be ordained as a way to address a pre shortage there Wall Street Journal. Vatican is Francis X Rocco says. The pope also rejected the idea of women. Becoming deacons a role under the priesthood. Women should do other things that are more in keeping with with womanhood and he gives the Virgin Mary as the model for that Nagin millions. Abc News Vatican Mayor Culpa from the winners of the 2017 world series as spring training. Kicks OFF ABC's? Jim Ryan has the story from team ownership to the players. The Houston Astros Open Spring Training in Florida with an apology. It was definitely wrong wrong and we should have stopped it at the time says shortstop Carlos Correa but asked whether stealing the pitch signs from their opponents in two thousand seventeen made a difference pitcher lance mccullers says we know in his clubhouse what it took to win that will series and that was great. Baseball Jim Ryan. Abc News coming up. How anybody computer and she look like. What are you going to do in this former refugee with a big idea that pays off when world news? This week continues when it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste. You need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot Com post. A job in minutes set up screener questions then zero win on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard. And when you need to hire fast accelerate your results with sponsor jobs new users can try for free at indeed dot com slash. Abc Week that's indeed dot com slash ABC week terms conditions and quality standards apply offer valid through March. Thirty first twenty twenty. It was all he ever knew. A refugee whose mother fled South Sudan when he wasn't born yet said learning about computers changed the trajectory of his life. And now he's paying it forward by letting gamers help those in need but don't call himself made. Abc's Kenneth Moton has his story for most of his young life twenty five year old. Who all Mayan spent it as a refugee. There was a time he had never even seen a computer. Much less video game video game created by people are just four from heaven. Whatever that is. That's because Mayans family fled south Sudan's decades long civil war in nineteen ninety-three his mother pregnant with him. He was born before they reached the camps in northern Uganda. It was his home for the next twenty two years into place where like nobody deserved to be. It's like being locked in Doc. Plays and a lot of people. Think that a refugee camp as a temporary place where you go for three years and you go back to. Your country has not been there for twenty two years. It's a Pumpkin home and those camps technology not easily accessible but one day in two thousand seven. Mayan late is something he never seen before a computer. He was captivated came to my mom and I want to buy a computer and she looked at me and laughing. And you're like what are you going to do with it? There's no place where you can land. There's no money for you too. Poor to buy does no place where you can buy the computer. There's no like millions of things that actually say. I think I was crazy for asking. Not Crazy at all. The seed planted Mayans. Mother secretly spent three years saving three hundred dollars as a camp seamstress to buy her son his first computer keeping my the hour. We're GONNA come amid decision because us over time but I need a computer and I realized that I was in these Hud and something that he wanted. This is my first computer like my my boyfriend with no Internet and no electricity to charge. The Computer Mayan walked three hours to and from a UN camp with a generator a teen at the time. My attention quickly turned to video games when friend. Download it grand theft auto. I'll play the game over like to me. I started realizing the power of game so he decided to create his own. Salaam which means peace in Arabic. The game something different from his daily reality of war and violence puts the player in the shoes of a refugee escaping. War-torn country Mayans. Mother inspired the main character. Johnny something my Mung Bean through than Giannis. It's something of winter. Mayans first audience. The people in the refugee camp he uploaded to facebook. It quickly went viral. Please take a look. Twenty six million people watch when mine was named of Global Gaming Citizen at the twenty eighteen gaming awards for its positive approach to gaming and former NBA player and fellow south Sudanese Lou. All Dang honored with an award for achievement and representing the South Sudanese Diaspora Gina. War to now. Mayan is working to bridge the virtual world with the real world. When you combine forming the Game Bank someone when you buy medicine in the game notion and by somebody in refugee come in. You're playing the game you know just by the auction buying someone real-life holding them do by just playing again the former refugee now living in Washington. Dc LEADS HIS OWN company to new games creating a new category. He Calls Gaming for our forget my room because actually one name you and the people a lot of people as me today like Camelia game and the game wounded and to me. I'm like no summit. I could but the day my mother from lot to was actually to become so and those are the people and events that made world news this week World News this week was written and produced by Joy Piazza. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. Abc News New York so when the New York Times calls you wanted to eighth news podcasts. Worth listening to well you to say thank you so go on start smart we start here the ABC News daily podcast. Take us with you. Listen to us now. Free on apple podcasts.

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"Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight. Dell small business technology advisors. No, there's nothing small about your business. That's why we offer one on one partnership and reliable business PC's with Intel core processors to help you get business done. Call eight seven seven by Dell that's eight seven seven by Dell tonight, the mullahs report when and will be released to the public is locked on a turing general William Barr now over the report the principal conclusions expected to hit Cobra soon, President Trump at more log on. Sources say he's telling guests. He's glad it's over Democrats. Republicans and presidential candidates all Wayne in also breaking tonight crippled at sea the cruise ship issuing a mayday. Call in rough waters helicopters called in to help passengers and furniture tossed around thirteen hundred passengers and crew being evacuated. Robert Kraft apology, the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots breaking his silence for the first time since being charged in a prostitution sting but deadly blast overseas. Dozens kill. A chemical plant exploding in flames, plus the ongoing humanitarian crisis the death toll rising after that devastating cyclone our crew with rescuers on a diet or relief mission and machete mayhem the alleged gas station robber armed with a machete the clerk fighting him off with a machete of his own eating scene. This is ABC news tonight negative. Thanks for joining us on this busy Saturday. I'm Tom Llamas. And we begin tonight with the seismic shift in the Russian vestich in the mullahs report now in the hands of the new attorney general William bar how much if anything will America get to see the reading the report the Justice department today twenty four hours after receiving his first summary could be made public as early as tomorrow one headline already revealed from the twenty two month investigation. ABC news has learned Robert Mueller is not recommending any further indictments and tonight new images of President Trump addressing guests during a fundraiser mar-a-lago ABC news learning the president is telling close associates. He's quote glad it's over ABC's. Chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas leads us off tonight all is on William bar. The attorney general seen on his way to the Justice department this morning with a review Robert Muller's, confidential and comprehensive report is still underway bar could reveal. All the reports key his earliest tomorrow the Russia investigation spanning twenty two months led to thirty seven indictments including some of President Trump's closest advisers and associates. While he awaits the content of the report sources say the president seen waving to supporters in Florida today is in a great mood telling those gathered at his mar-a-lago club. He's glad it's over. It was an investigation. He attacked at every turn the entire thing has been a witch. They won't find any collision. It doesn't exist. There was no collusion with. Nope. Structure. There was no nothing. But even he is called for the report's release. Let it come out. Let people see it that's up to the attorney general. The attorney general says he wants transparency, and he will work with Muller and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein who oversaw the investigation to determine what information from the report can we release to congress and the public consistent with the law bar promised as much during his confirmation hearings. I am going to make as much information available as I can who's what we know tonight. The special counsel is recommending no further indictments and the attorney general Maine. Pains Muller was not stopped from pursuing any targets bars summary of conclusions are expected to address whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians and whether the president obstructed Justice and Pierre Thomas joins us now from Washington peer the Muller investigation is done. But the scrutiny of the president and his associates is far from over the special counsel's investigation had very limited scope, but we know that congressional investigations are now underway and their criminal investigations as well. That's right, Tom. There are a number of other investigation underway as you said at the state and federal level, including in New York southern district, which is looking into possible campaign finance violations and the inauguration. The attorney general will oversee those federal cases as well. Tom here Thomas us tonight Pierre thank you and new responses from congress over the Muller report, Democrats and Republicans overwhelmingly demanding the full release of the report house speaker Nancy Pelosi insisting any congressional briefings be unclassified Democrats. Action of anything is held back. ABC's Mary, Bruce is on the hill tonight. Robert Muller's work may be over. But the fight on Capitol Hill is just getting started the American people have a right to the truth. The watch word is transparency. Democrats are demanding the special counsels full report and they're prepared to use their subpoena power to get it. We will certainly subpoena. The parts of the report, and we will reserve the right to call Muller, or or to testify before the committee will disappear him with all options on the table. Robert Muller, and the attorney general could be made to testify the attorney general committed to making as much of it public as was consistent with our policy. If he's true to that. It means the entire thing. And we're going to insist upon it after nearly two years and twenty five million taxpayer dollars members on both sides of the I'll say the public deserves to see the results the top Republican on the House Judiciary committee. Doug Collins, tweeting that the. The report should be released without delay and to the maximum extent permitted by law. What comes next now an issue on the campaign trail to that report needs to be made public. The American people have a right, and they need to know. But what really matters to our democracy as we approach twenty twenty. Does. He follow the rules from the special counsel that say that it is in the public interest and Democrats don't just want the full report they want the underlying evidence to we need to see the mullahs report, not the bar report. The American people paid for the mother report, and they deserve to know all of the findings and evidence and marriage joins us. Now from Capitol Hill. Mary the Democrats have already made their first move sending notice to the Trump administration about the records on the molar prob-. Yeah. Tom House Democrats here are wasting no time requesting that the White House counsel, the FBI and the Justice department, preserve all documents and records related to the Muller report information that Democrats are hoping to get their hands on soon. Tom Mary, Bruce for us tonight. Mary thank you in a very busy weekend in Washington state with ABC news for continuing coverage of the Muller. House intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff and ranking member of the house oversight committee. Jim Jordan will be tomorrow's guests on this week with George Stephanopoulos. Tonight's other breaking story, the cruise-ship crippled that see the images coming in the Viking sky. Look at this issue. A mayday call the ship's engine failing passengers tossed around by rough waves along with that furniture, their helicopters braving. High winds to airlift passengers and crew to safety. Here's ABC's Jennifer Eccleston, dramatic rescue efforts off the coast of Norway after a cruise ship with thirteen hundred people on board issues a mayday emergency during rough seas watch helicopters hovered just feet above the towering vessel. The Viking sky these powerful waves rocking the ship as the helicopters hoist. Passengers waiting on its dick one by one Steve water rushing beneath those waiting to get off and inside furniture. Sliding from scientists side. This passengers struggling paying on. As bits of the ceiling come crashing down with just four helicopters rescue. Teams are warning. It's a slow and delicate process. On a helicopter with a sling the two of us together. And it's quite scary. So far dozens evacuated and at least ten injured the two year old cruiseliner on a Northern Lights tour issued an SOS after suffering engine failure at two pm local time wins over forty miles per hour. Pummeling the ship pushing it dangerously close to the shore just over a mile away tonight, those rescue operations continue and right now the ship is anchored and stable with one of its engines back online, Tom amazing, how the ship was tossed around Jennifer Eccleston with those incredible images, and we move on out of the growing concerns about possible toxic air and water in deer park, Texas. The massive fire at a chemical plant burning on and off for nearly a week the fire flaring up again on Friday in a major shipping channel temporarily closed off as a precaution. The company now facing a lawsuit over the air quality ABC's, Alex Perez is on the scene just outside. Houston tonight to response teams on alert to monitoring this charred chemical plant that's wreaked havoc here for nearly a week this situation, it's been a never ending reoccurring attempting to do something, and it just not working out the way it's been planned Friday, a third flare up once again, sending black clouds into the sky ditch that all of the chemicals and the fall that was released in the past twenty four hours that is where the second plume of smoke appears to be coming from. But the potentially cancer causing toxin benzine leaked in the air during the containment effort levels of immediate health concern, those who live nearby on edge kinda a little bit frightening because you don't know what's going in the hair, even though they say, it's not harmful because of toxic chemicals seeping into waterways, the coastguard temporarily shutting down the busy Houston ship channel, Texas, attorney general filing a lawsuit against the. That owns the plant for violating the states Clean Air Act and Tom the impact to the community. Here is now growing a public parks in the area. Have now been shut down crews now working around the clock to contain and remove all risk, Tom Alex Perez. There's been on this story from the get-go, Alex. Thank you now to the flood emergency in the mid west tonight and more rain hitting the region this weekend, the Missouri and Mississippi rivers overflowing across several states water rising up to some rooftops. They're cutting off buildings in Saint Joseph Missouri record flooding expected to last into next week. Let's get right to ABC's senior meteorologist, rob Marciano. Rob good evening. Good anytime with those rivers till high. We have more rain moving into the area right now, not a lot, but Ariza severe weather threat with this. And then we have a watch box up on the radar. Take a look that includes Oklahoma City tonight, that's until ten o'clock this evening. That's fair weather moves to the east and through a Little Rock and parts of Arkansas tomorrow on the rain shield does get into Chicago and stays. Mostly below the flood zone, but those rivers and many areas still have yet to crest or the flood threat is high a windy day across the northeast today with winds gusting over forty miles at our Philadelphia and Boston the wind settle and shift tomorrow for more seasonable. Temperatures in the afternoon, Tom. Alright, rob thank you. We hit overseas tonight US-backed forces declaring victory over ISIS in Syria. The last remaining ISIS held village liberated the final battle in bags ending his Llamas states so-called caliphate Syrian forces. Raising a yellow flag, you see it right there, signaling the defeat of ISIS in the region. They will remain alert for possible. Isis sleeper cells, though, the Pentagon congratulating coalition forces and back here at home, some new protests erupting over a deadly police shooting in Pittsburgh demonstrators outraged after a white police officer was found not guilty for shooting an unarmed black teenager in the back after he ran from a traffic stop cellphone video showing the fatal confrontation, here's ABC's. Kenneth moton. Tonight. Anger and frustration boil over in Pittsburgh, but the family of Antoine rose calling for calm, it's very painful. She what happened. But so when you're sitting more former east, Pittsburgh police officer, Michael Ross fell cleared of all counts in the shooting death of the seventeen year old. Overnight large demonstrations, and it appears Ross defense attorney was targeted shots fired into his law office, no injuries reported in June and unarmed Antoine spotted on cell phone video running away from traffic. Stop. Rossville firing hitting Antoine three times in less than a second. Antoine rose was shot in his back. He was on on did not pose a threat to the officer to the unity in the verdict today says that that is okay bronxville testifying that he thought he saw a gun. My attempts to end the threat that I perceived to me police say Antoine was a passenger in a car suspected of being in an earlier drive-by shooting depends sharing this video of the young men cleaning off the vehicle this case had nothing to do with race. He's maintained from the beginning that he just trying to do what he was supposed to do Tom Antoine's distraught families now moving to the next phase a civil lawsuit in federal court against Ross fell and east Pittsburgh, Tom, Kenneth thank you next tonight. The growing humanitarian crisis in southern Africa the death toll climbing following that powerful cyclone more than six hundred people dead, and unknown number still missing survivors now in desperate need of relief. Vise? And now a new worry what disaster officials are calling a ticking bomb the region at risk for disease. Outbreaks and early cases of cholera already detected ABC senior foreign correspondent in panels in Mozambique, tonight's more than a week after that deadly cyclone aid agencies. Finally, reaching the front lines of this disaster, we flew with one group town to town cutoff a zero with us to he fought his way through the floods to get help for one isolated village. And today the World Food Program is bringing him and aid home. Suddenly he spots the village. This is his reward a will confess for hometown hero. These days ago nine days without any shelter without help put the ain't is a small drug in trouble say we met rescued families tired hungry and sometimes injured finally reaching dry ground for now starting to see up and down this coast. His people waiting for aid agencies but local fishermen gun to rescue stranded. Villagers gets imbera Mozambique Josephine telling us a tree smash through her home or midnight to the cyclone crushing her right ankle, we give her a ride to the hospital. She's now guessing help, but so many others here must simply wait and hope that some help is coming up until a few days ago. This was one of the main churches in the city, and this is repeated all around here churches, schools hospitals, and of course, homes just raised to the ground. The scale of need here is immense. Tom, devastation everywhere. You look Ian panel on those rescue missions tonight. Ian, thank you. And there was much more ahead on world. News tonight this Saturday machete mayhem, the violent scene when a store clerk refuses to give up his hard earned cash. A suspect confronting that gas station clerk pulling out a machete, but the clerk is ready with a weapon of his own. Plus robber crabs apology. Speaking out for the first time since being charged prostitution sting his worst tonight for his family, friends and fans and the deadly blast overseas. A devastating explosion. Tearing through a chemical plant thick smoke pouring into the air and fears tonight that air could be toxic. Stay with. When it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com. Get started today at indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight. There's nothing small about your business. 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The seventy seven year old is among nearly two hundred men charged in a major sting operation of south Florida massage parlours, he added that he has quote extraordinary respect for women. And the last thing I would ever want to do is disrespect another human being this week craft turned down a plea offer from Florida prosecutors requiring that he acknowledged that he would have been found guilty at trial in exchange for dismissing the charges. The question was does the video contain Mr. craft inside receiving the alleged ex the answer to that is. Yes. Kraft legal team now concerned that video will surface. He and the two dozen other men charged filed a joint motion to keep the evidence from being released. Tom cross has pleaded not guilty to the prostitution charges and the NFL has yet to punish him. But there's a major. Conference for owners on Sunday NFL policy states that owners are held to a higher standard than players. Tom to repeal Mary for us. Tara. Thank you come now for index and overseas to that deadly blast rocking eastern China. A massive explosion, ripping through a chemical plant, Terry roofs, open shattering, nearby windows. Fireballs thick plumes of black smoke pouring into the air and its fears tonight that it might spread toxic substances at least sixty four people have been killed more than ninety severely injured back here at home of violent confrontation at a gas station Huntsville, Alabama amend polio, machete on a clerk there when the clerk pulls out a machete of his own the fight quickly turning to an all out dual that Clark hacking away at the getaway car as that man, grabs the cash register slashing through the power cord and hauling it off the two suspects involved were later caught in Chicago tonight a community in mourning an off-duty police officer shot and killed in a random attack. Twenty-three-year-old? John Rivera had just finished shift and was leaving a nightclub with friends. When he was ambushed while sitting in a car tonight, the police superintendent saying he's quote disgusted at this. Devastating murder pledging a catch whatever's responsible and update on that. Terrifying moment in Montreal a seventy seven year old threes. Attacked in the middle of a mass. A man running behind the altar stabbing him parisioners running into save the priests stopping the attack tonight that priests has been treated and released from the hospital. The suspect appearing in court now facing charges of assault with a weapon and attempted murder. Finally tonight America strong. A father's final wish his son stepping up to honor him to veterans and the flag. They both fought for uniting them forever. Here's ABC's aerial rush. F-? It was a veteran father's dying wish to be draped in the American flag. But retired army tank commander Mark Brown. Didn't want pristine one. We wanted one that was tattered rugged and weather just like e was asking his son. Zach a retired army sergeant for a flag with history Zack. Returning home from combat any rock was severe PTSD. Starting a special nonprofit ostrich coats in these flags because even though they're tattered worn. I still believe they have a mission and same thing with veterans. Even even though they're tattered on war. You still have a mission donating those flags to veterans families. Mark in awe of his sons mission jokingly taught to make you say one of those tattered flags for me. Of course. I said, of course ball I'll save you a data fly and so- Zach honored his father. He was under the red white and blue and just a really good feeling now on the I was able to make the happen for him with a final embrace and the warned stars and stripes of old glory or just him looking down on me smile, and Ariel rash. Chef ABC news. So tonight, we salute the Browns for their service and for sharing their story with us wanna thank our ABC affiliate K CEO. And thank you for watching. I'm Tom Llamas, New York Jima and this week in the morning. I'll see you right back here tomorrow night. Good night. Are you hiring? With indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight. Dell small business technology advisors. No, there's nothing small about your business. That's why we offer one on one partnership and reliable business PC's with Intel core processors to help you get business done. Call eight seven seven by Dell that's eight seven seven by Dell.

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June 4, Hr 3 Eldercare Expert Dr. Andrew Stoddard and Pat Payne with Candlelight Dinner Playhouse

"This is mornings with Gail by Great Western petroleum only thirteen ten KFI. I federal major federal major effort to measure the deadly impact of the new corona virus in nursing homes found around. Six thousand deaths, the new survey of nursing homes released just Monday by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services showed twenty, five, thousand, nine, hundred and twenty three resident deaths tied to Kobe nineteen for one hundred and forty nine deaths among the facility staff. The survey also found according to a piece out of the Wall Street Journal About Ninety Five Thousand Infections cases at nursing homes across forty nine states about a third of them among staff members eight, eight, now thirteen ten KFI thirteen ten KFI. KFI K., dot com morning, sweet gale fueled by Great Western, petroleum live and local via the auto collision specialist studios. So why has covid nineteen hit seniors so hard joined this morning by Dr Andrew Stoddard who retired as a board certified family physician after practicing for thirty seven years, he also served as a medical director for a nursing home in Fort Collins for twenty two years eight years for a north nursing home in Greeley. Doctor started welcome to the show. Thanks for your time this morning. Good Morning Gail happy to be here. Thank you. Let's talk a little bit about? Our senior population is indeed so vulnerable to Covid nineteen I've heard You know a lot of talk about co morbidity. Break that down for us. Well, you know our seniors particular. Those are the nursing homes. Are there because for some reason they can't take care of themselves and they need help, and that speaks to the fact that they've got medical conditions that are that are. A part of their lives and affecting them all the way from. you know lung conditions, heart conditions you know, diabetes hypertension, those you're probably a lot of the big ones, and and sometimes orthopedic on arthritic conditions, but those are things they live with you every day that affect their lives, and we know that that makes them vulnerable to anything else. That comes into their life to a upset. What might be delicate condition? And Seniors don't have the same immune response set for example younger adults to right, so that's part of the overarching issue as well. Well that's right. the immune system as we get older is not as robust as it is when we're younger, so that's why we see things like You know cancer. Comes on. The body can't fight that anymore. And it shows up or I certainly with infections they infections oftentimes can take. Serious turns the elderly and can't be contained. Sometimes you put throughout the body and and. Cause death that way as well anything that comes in. That's that we're going to have less of ability as we get older to fight those things off. Now. We have seen nursing homes across the nation, indeed in Colorado so hard hit by these covid, nineteen outbreaks I can't help, but think that part of the problem there was. Is that covert nineteen was here before we were even aware of it, but what is being done now in order to protect the vulnerable vulnerable seniors in nursing homes about here and across the country. Will Interestingly I was looking at the CDC guidelines for You know the things that they do a nursing home. It's tied to prevent a spread of infection. Compared to what we're asked to do here out on a community, and they're furry much to the the same. Hand Washing being careful of busniess and costs, and protective you know gear, and that sort of thing is all part of what goes on in the nursing home. The prominent of Nursing Home is we have a lot of people living in close proximity to each other, and there's a lot of internet traffic family, and so forth it's there and the and there are a lot of infections of all the people that are there. nursing have had to deal with the flu epidemics, and the these gastrointestinal viruses that come on that sometimes can create havoc in the nursing homes, so they're not. Not Unaware of those kind of things, but. I. Think that we were not aware of how contagious the colder nineteen virus was when it first started and I think that you are right, a lot of being clarified what was going on and all of a sudden, the the the horrific numbers began to to come up in the nursing homes. It was apparent that there needed to be a step up to a better standards in much more attention to details to There's a lot of hands on care that that occurs in in taking care of patients that are missing. Missing from staff and so not breaking the still teen in terms of just Covington Gallinson hand, washing and being very careful. You're not carrying anything in any other rooms when you finish taking your one patient willing to the next and I think that there are infection control personnel that are there that look very carefully at what's going on with numbers. That's what I'm saying and I'm sure he just clamped down on things or they saw what was going on to really make the very best of it as far as Quarantining Sterilization and in good good technique in going from patient to patient. Dr Andrew started a retired after thirty seven years in private practice as a board certified, family physician also served as a medical director for a nursing home in Fort Collins for twenty two years, and again at a nursing home in Greeley for eight years. Let's talk a little bit about the importance of those advanced directives for folks in nursing homes in terms of making those tough decisions particularly in a time of covid nineteen. Right well, advanced directives are sensitive issue, but they're the one that it's. It's an issue that if it's dealt with in a timely fashion ahead of the emergency It can be a very comforting to know that that has been settled. Probably the most important thing is, is that the that strike it can be place it anytime on on per the wishes of the of the patient, and It's good to know what they consider a quality of life for them. what a prolonged life would mean for them, and it may be that they feel that doing everything to keep them. Alive is not going to be worth a quality of life from that point on. We see that with Alzheimer's and some of these more chronic conditions, but the important thing is that if you don't have advanced directives in place, The law states that everything will be done to resuscitate you, and of course, if you're young and healthy person you don't probably look. You'd probably don't need an advanced directive, because there's nothing that's looming, but if you have. Have a chronic condition and you can see things going in a direction, or you need things. It's great for the family to really address what what the person that has. These conditions would like to have done now on. There are different things. There's a five wish five wishes. That's a sort of living well type of thing, but the advanced directives important ones are the The the Durable power of attorney, which is an important piece that needs to be notarized. It could be done online, but it has to be notarized where you can have a lawyer, do it. appoint somebody to to make healthcare decision for you If you're unable to do it yourself, and of course that just implies that you've talked it over. You know exactly what the person wants. And it creates a lot of things it when the time comes to put those into effect. If something happens, the second thing is is do not resuscitate order, which means that. You have to whether you want to have the full chest. Compressions put too long lungs to breathe for you and to give you medications for heart, resuscitation, or if you just want, say comfort care where you can have oxygen, you can have pain, control, and You can be in a hospice or at home. And and you can have just comfort knowing that It's not gonNA. Affect the the the final event, but we'll make you comfortable during the time that you approach that. That just started a as you're well aware we're all aware. Our lives have been turned upside down as a result of covid nineteen, I mean just the way we interact with one another the social distancing, but what about those who are taking care, perhaps up their elderly parents in their own home what kind of practices best practices to they have to implement to ensure the safety of their parents? Know the basic nuts and would be just the things we've been talking about. In terms of just you know washing your hands, and keeping things clean at home and disinfected and so forth but I think that the the greater picture might be. How our caregivers lives affected now in this environment where we have lost our normal way of life are our activities are getting out and doing things are socializing which we're social people, and and this is a sacrifice so I, and it's hard to break habits as we've talked about before. And and and so I think we have to sacrifice the realize that when we are changing our lives, and we feel like it's kind of a hit. More were just not where we would like to be. We have to realize that we're protecting a someone here at home. That's a precious person in our family and we do it for them, and and we have to keep that in mind when we begin to make choices out there about what we can do and can't do with our lives, hoping that it won't last forever and that that we'll get better, but they were doing something. That's that's that's honoring them and protecting them. Dr, Andrew Start. board certified a family physician thirty seven years in private practice. Just recently retired served as medical director for Nursing Home in Fort. Collins, for twenty two years added. Nursing Home in Greeley for eight years. Thank you so much for your compassion and taking the time this morning, because while it might be a tough conversation to have it's certainly is an important one. It is, thank you my pleasure. Eight hundred thirteen, ten Kfi a thirteen ten K. of a dot com this time sponsored by carrying hearts home, healthcare, serving northern Colorado since two thousand one. We're patient. Care always comes first nine, seven, three, seven, eight fourteen O, nine or caring hearts, H, H, dot, com, well the whole story in northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two thirteen ten Kfi K.. Hi, this is Dan Patrick reminding you to catch me and the Danettes next? On thirteen ten K. F. K. A. now back to mornings with Gail. We have talked about the flexibility, the creativity, the resilience of businesses during a time of covid, nineteen and a candlelight dinner playhouse. Well, they're putting that ingenuity to work with their twenty twenty summer candlelight parking, lot concert series, eight, thirty, seven, now, thirteen ten KFI K a thirteen ten Kfi K.. A. Dot Com Mornings Gail. By Great Western Petroleum live and local via the auto collision specialists. The studios joined this morning. By Pat Pain, production manager at a candlelight dinner playhouse a Broadway, not only in your backyard, but in your parking lot pat. Morgan Gail, are you? I'm doing great. How about so good to hear your voice i? Hope you're doing when you're. Doing great, thank you, so the county. You Got County approval to do this again I. Just I love the resilience that we are seeing across the board with businesses while it's kind of like life, you're finding a way to not only survive, but indeed thrive in a time of so many restrictions relative to covid nineteen. Yeah, we we were strategizing what we could possibly do. And our owner and executive producer Dave Clark said think outside the box, guys and we all started tossing around ideas and my technical manager and I Shawn Johnson. We're walking our parking lot and we were. We had talked about doing outside concert, and we were walking our parking lot, and we just looked at each other, and we're like maybe this could. Could work and we started putting the pieces together and the more we looked at it. We figured out. Not only is it? Could it work? It's going to be really Kinda. Cool. We think because it's going to be very much like a drive in movie, and also could be kind of intimate because of social distancing and everything. We only have forty five spaces in our parking lot that we can put cars. And so there's going to be good sight lines and You know a lot of fun in our in our in our. Parking lot so I think it's GonNa. Be a really fun evening. We're GONNA have snacks available, no alcohol or anything like that, but just you know movie movie theater snacks that kind of thing and when you pull in, you get in line, and you go to our concession stand and there's a contact with situation you put in your order. We fill it. We handed to you and then you go to your parking spot, you parked. Can you get ready to enjoy a great night of entertainment? So tell us a little I. mean it's like everybody gets a front row seat. I, mean relatively yeah, I mean obviously it's spread out throughout the parking lot of. A larger profile vehicle. We don't never thought it our our in our career and we'd be asking what car you're going to be driving the theater. Was based on the profile of your car is going to determine where you're at you. Know you know it was a we. We found that out by literally moving our old cars in the parking lot and looking at profiles and figuring out based on the slope of our parking lot, but as we've said to each other, you know everything we're doing now is is is. Is New and crazy and also sorta fun and exciting there you go. I love that attitude because we need to keep that positively front and center, but it's like you know when you go to a show and I mean this always seems to be my lot in life. I either have somebody really really really tall sitting in front of me where they're wearing a big hat. On, right? So, what can we expect? When does this all get underway? run through all the particulars. Sure so it kicks off a week from Friday. The twelfth we originally were going to start it on the thirteenth, but the first set three concerts, two of them sold out in six hours, and so we've added some dates, so we're gonNA. Kick off on the twelfth with Joe Lynn Courtney Webb and her show Adele in friends, and her show is going to play on Friday and Saturday June, Twelfth and Thirteenth. I'm by the way all these. These concerts parking lot opens at six and the show is going to start about seven o'clock, and it's about ninety minute show and there's GonNa. Be No intermission. We will have bathrooms available, so bathrooms inside will be available and all of the social distancing, and all that fun stuff in effect of course, so Adele and friends with Jillian Web on June twelfth and Thirteenth is Kinda her journey through song, and the. Artists that inspired Adele including aretha Franklin Dusty Springfield, you know stuff like that. You're going to hear a song of a preacher man respect. You know in some of the adult hits as well so that's GonNa be fun. Just thinking about it. Yes, and Jilin she's spectacular, so it's GonNa. Be Great and then on Saturday June twentieth. We're going to be bringing you. Blues Broadway with Kenneth Moten Kenneth. moton is a spectacular performer and his show is influenced with both musical theater and rhythm and blues, and a really diverse evening. Songs Jazz Broadway and kind of everything in between, and you're going to hear some great tunes from musicals such as make them here you from ragtime on the street where you live from. From my fair lady and you know songs from Georgia and IRA Gershwin all kinds of great stuff and that's going to be a spectacular ship, and there weren't close out our concert series with June twenty, sixth twenty, seventh with a really fun show called an evening with James and Carol. What this is is, it's a evening of a concert and calm and kind of conversations about James Taylor and carole king, and there's also a little. Carly Simon thrown in there because you just have to do that. You're going to hear. You're going to hear a lot of the top forty hits from those from those people like Carolina in my mind, fire and rain. You've got a friend. I feel the earth move. You know so lots of fun and the to performance doing bad or Joe Callahan and enters and terrorist Schwartz. and they're just spectacular. They did a show called fake to the highway, which played was the last show down art, center, and Fort Collins and It was a huge hit and they were. They did that show, so they're bringing some of their songs, and some of that feeling to our parking lot this summer, so it's going to be great. tickets are twenty dollars a person and we have a family four-pack for seventy bucks. Okay, so you get a little bit of a discount there? That's always a good little bit of a discount and you know, snatch available as I mentioned for purchase and the parking lot. opens at five and the concert starts stick, so I did say that wrong earlier. Sorry parking lot at five starts at six. And tickets are only available by calling our box office. That's one other. They're not available online. Because of need to know what kind of car you drive and stuff like that and we really wanted to make sure we we that you talked to a person and we got the information. We needed to make it a great events. That's just I just once again, so appreciate your out of the box out of the theater. Thinking because I'm sure as all shows are at the candlelight dinner playhouse. This is going to be absolutely phenomenal. Now are the poor going to be like on a race stage. What second? -solutely. We've stage. It's about about six feet in six feet. Tall are are shop has been busy during this closure doing some projects, and you know being on things and one of the things we said Hey, guys. We need a stage belts, so they built a beautiful stage, and that's going to be put up for the concert and all of the sound equipment We're going to bring out and setup and all of that stuff, so it's going to be. It's going. Going to be pretty pretty top notch. We're looking forward to it and enquiring minds of course, pat once in our. Are we finally going to learn Who the song you're so vain is actually about after the longest time I've heard. It's about Warren, beatty but Carly Simon, said that was actually a compilation of three men that she had dated, but you know I'm thinking. Maybe we'll finally learn for sure. You know I think you're going to have to come. Check it out and find out. Well done well done. Okay now. What are you hearing about? Reopening candlelight dinner playhouse. are very much on the edge of our seat waiting, and as with probably all businesses we have plans. ABC May Dash Eight. You know and every day it it sorta changes, and we're just kind of waiting, and we want to abide by everything that we can based on the you know rules and regulations set before us by the by the powers the be. and so we're just kind of waiting and seeing, but I will tell you that. We're hopeful that we're going to be doing fun stuff in July and August as well so. This is kind of what we knew we could do now and the idea was to get people. Back used to seeing doing stuff and things like that, and you know right now. We're the of the only ones certainly one of the only theaters I know of doing something in June I think based on what I know so You know in July and August. We're hoping for some other things. We're hard at work on them, but we also know that you know pull. That plan could get tossed out the window and we have to start a new plan, but that's that's what this has been all about, and we've been spending our time wanting to make improvements in and get better so that when candlelight is able to reopen were bigger were better and greater than we've ever been before. That pain production manager candlelight dinner playhouse in Johnstown on the twenty twenty summer candlelight parking lot series concert series. Now. You did say that tickets for what? One show couple shows sold out in six hours so your best advice would be if you're interested in this and I would advise that you certainly take advantage of this great opportunity to be because they always do it right at the candlelight dinner playhouse in Johnstown so you don't want to delay right, pat. You want to jump on this opportunity to sweet. Absolutely and the box office will open at ten am this morning and I would encourage you to call the box office at nine, seven, seven, four, four, three, seven, four seven, and don't get you taken care of i. just checked tickets a little bit ago, and we have tickets available for all three shows, but they are starting to go fast, so I'm predicting probably be sold out in the next. Day or so I would encourage you to your viewers and your listeners to to call and get their tickets book today to one concert or all three concerts. It's GonNa be, it's GonNa be a fun time and we're GonNa have a good time and hoping people are going to roll down their windows. Enjoy some Colorado weather at a socially distant pace of course and. Enjoy some wonderful wonderful music by some talented might I add local northern? Colorado performers. And that's what it's all about. These days supporting local business, pat pain, production manager, candlelight dinner playhouse in Johnstown Ooh before I. Let you go. How are the puppies doing? All they're so great, they're sitting out on their front porch shirt on their back patio right now. Watching the construction workers behind our house than there was I was waiting for him to bark. Right Q.. U.. He's doing great actually. He's been very quiet this morning. ususally he weighs in. With flurry of York's on any given topic but I think let's see here. Oh. Yeah, he's all. CUT IT UP. He's taking a nap right now along morning. GUYS UP! It's hard. It's hard managing mom I get it. Exactly, you know me so well, don't spat. Pat, pain, thank you so much for taking the time I mean it's all about adjusting adapting and advancing, and that's what you're doing with your twenty twenty summer candelight parking lot concert series of the candlelight dinner playhouse in Johnstown. Thanks can pat. Thank you day you as well don't forget if you are interested in getting. Because they are flying out the door, remember that the box office at the candlelight dinner playhouse opens this morning at ten a m, that number, nine, seven, four, nine, seven, zero, seven, four, four, thirty, seven, forty, seven, eight, forty, nine, now, thirteen ten Kfi K.. BASS UNC bears target game coverage lives on Thirteen Ten K. Your K-. Spree! So lost wages reopening again today. A socially distant lost wages will what are the odds of that eight fifty, four, now thirteen ten K., okay, a thirteen ten, Kfi K. A. dot com mornings so Kale fueled by Great Western, petroleum, live and local from the Auto Collision Specialists Studios. So, what is that going to look like as some of the casinos restaurants Hotels reopening in las wages well players will no longer be able to touch the cards, and about one hundred slot machines that El Cortez. Hotel and casino. In downtown, Las Vegas, as an example of been removed the remaining seven, hundred and fifty machines are now farther apart tape on the floor at the craps tables, shows players where to stand to meet those social distancing requirements Adam, Weisberg his general manager of El Cortez whose previous owners include gangsters bugsy. Siegel and Meyer Lansky but Adam says perhaps a little, less notorious. The days of sixteen people standing around the dice table, high, fiving one another or over for now stake Sir particularly high for Las Vegas which has been hit particularly hard as a result of covid nineteen about one third, the Vegas economy comes from the Leisure and hospitality energy industry more than any other metropolitan major metropolitan area of the country, and as the city slowly opens up after weeks of being shut down because of covid nineteen. It'll be a very very different place for. For starters, many of the flashiest hotels and casinos on the Strip will indeed remained closed the famed. All you can eat. Buffets will be gone, so we'll the nightclubs. It's unknown when the big conventions the must see live shows and sports events will return for towering giants kind of like MGM. Resorts International Win Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Sands which offered their clientele white glove service gambling accounts for about a third of their revenues. 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Full Episode: Friday, June 5, 2020

Perspective

38:01 min | 6 months ago

Full Episode: Friday, June 5, 2020

"From ABC News this is perspective. The week's top stories and the stories. You may have missed. I'm Sherry Preston. Coming up around the world they came out to remember George Floyd time for us to stand up in Georgia's main and Saket show Ne-. Next asking why this time it feels different seeing that moment of George Floyd there on the ground faint, he can't breathe. The had an impact and protests in the pandemic. Why one mom said yes, and children's said we have to go be part of history. Do Part of a group collective is? To be done. All ahead on perspective. This week. The world stopped marching for a few hours to honor the memory of George Floyd among those speaking at his memorial service in Minneapolis where his family's attorney Benjamin crump. What we are doing. Is Happened America Be America for all Americans and the Reverend Al Sharpton George. Freud's story has been the story of black folks because Ebola since four hundred and one years ago. The reason we could never be who we wanted and dreamed being his. You kept. You'll need a on our net. Throughout the week, the marches and protests spread across the country, and around the world in Berlin in Sydney and Paris in London. They marched. We literally feel you we understands. Withstanding the we understand and we feel your pain at times typically late at night, there were handfuls of looters and rioters crashing the protests. The peaceful marches carried on each day. People calling for police reform and calling out systemic racism in America. By mid week, those four police officers at the scene of George Floyd staff had been criminally charged. ABC's Ryan Burrow went to the shrine set up to honor George Floyd in Minneapolis. This is where we should be today or else wearing or sitting. to remember him. And to fight for the justice, he deserves all week long at this growing memorial that includes flowers, candles, signs murals, people have been handing out free food, free water, free baby supplies and free hugs. Traffic has been blocked replaced by hourly group. Prayer circles the gas station lot now a space for music and grilled hotdogs graffiti sprayed against cops is now being replaced with words of kindness. Hope an honor for George, floyd the exact spot in South Minneapolis that fueled pain and anger of a life cut short, may the spot that breathes new life into the. The twin Cities Ryan Burrow ABC News Minneapolis President. Trump invoked the name of George Floyd, this week to, but on Friday he touted the nation's latest unemployment numbers. We'll talk about that a little bit later. ABC's White House, correspondent Karen Travers has more on what happened. President trump went to the Rose Garden Friday morning to talk about the May jobs report, but in a lengthy statement, the president addressed a wide range of topics and a reference to George Floyd is raising eyebrows after saying governor should use the National Guard to quote dominate the streets called. The streets you let that happen in New York with breaking into stores, and and all of the things the president said hopefully. Georgia's looking down right now and say this great thing that's happening for our country does a great day for him. It's a great day for. Everybody President Trump did not answer, shouted questions from reporters about Floyd's death and the recent protests Karen Travers. ABC News Washington. Protesters aren't just on the streets this week. They were also out on social media on blackout Tuesday users posted black squares originally launched by members of the music industry in an attempt to express solidarity with those protesting someone on instagram and facebook, sharing their experiences about being black in America, and how over the years they had to deal with racism and police encounters. One of them was ABC's Kenneth Moten anchor of ABC. World News now wrote on facebook about what this time means for him. We sat down and had a frank discussion. George Floyd his own experiences of being black men in America and why he thinks change is possible. This time you remember at the beginning of the of covid nineteen They thought black people were not going to be impacted as much. and. They will breaking it down and then all of us sudden it came in like a tidal wave and so. We started telling those stories about minorities people. In this nation in low income, communities were being impacted by covid nineteen. And, then you add George Floyd. And, people saw in the middle of a pandemic. A man dying. With a officers, knee buried into his neck. As. He cried out for his mother. Taking his last breath. And at that point, I just think people said enough. There have been so many of these cases. Can I've been in this news business a long time longer than you because I'm older than you. Thank you very much but I mean just. You know Michael Brown, and and and Eric Garner and to me rice, and the Quantum McDonald, and now George Floyd and countless others that have not been caught on video. Why is this moment different for you? I've been asking myself and I thought about it even this morning. And I think it's because of the build up because of the Freddie Gray because of Tamir because of Eric, because of Sandra, because Brianna because I'm a MoD. Now, we have George Floyd. But that video? I mean yes. I'm in a visual medium of television. And and people saw that video crystal-clear and heard George Floyd call out for his mother. His final final words to call to his dead mother. And there are things happening in that video that are rarely talked about it had an impact and the fact that we're seeing only in the US, but across the globe people were saying George Floyd's name. And so, they're really hoping obviously leads to some type of meaningful reform. How's your family in or You Charleston. At Abbeville, it's right below Greenville. Small Town. It was growing up fifty fifty black white had a great childhood, and I did not know racism. Even though I remember the first time I was called the inward. And I. Don't talk about that story because I don't want to give it power, but I just remember it vividly. And I remember. thinking. Oh there's no racism. I learned around the same time. I became an adult and left my town. That no, there was some underlying tones of discrimination from the Times. I was pulled over. Police. Officers have asked me. Could they search the bags in my car? For just saying they pulled me over for a seatbelt, violation or officer. One Time I. Remember in Orlando, said to a pharmacy that was closed. So. I pulled out of the parking lot, so he pulled me over and said oh I thought you were cutting through the parking lot because that's illegal and I was like no. I pulled up so I was closed, left the parking lot. He's like Oh, I thought you well. While you're here, let me see your ID. Another officer. Striving a nice car. said. Oh It's a nice car. Is that yours? Yes, it's mine. He comes back. My being goes good news. Your car is not stolen. I know. I told you it was my car. So I have dealt with these things. I don't talk about them a lot. And people ask me these impact. You know my reporting. I don't think I think that. For All of us, we all come in here with a diverse voice. Different backgrounds have an impact on our reporting about how we approach this story. But obviously my main objective is to be objective, but we still need diverse voices. In Journalism And that's hard. It's hard for US journalists, because you. You know people people. Not Not to say poor me poor us. Oh, look, you know you know. We're being picked on or or anything else, but when changes happening in the world in a monumental fashion. To be on the sidelines, telling you objectively here's what's happening is tough. Many times it is, and I've said to myself when I've seen. Human Rights being violated. I said yes. But I will never let history record me being silent. because. Also when it comes to being Black Anna journalists. Jerry. Guess what I was black before I was a journalist and I'll be. Black afterwards. And so when I see human rights when I see the knee and the neck of a man who has gasping for air and then dies. Then yeah I'm going to feel that. I think we can all say that. That was horrible. That was terrible. And no one hopefully will think that I'm biased and I can't tell the story. Hopefully. We're all human beings will see that what we saw on. That video is not right, and we should be able to call it out. Going forward, what do you see as the next step in this? We're seeing the action now. We need the reform. There's so much talk about what should the state legislatures do? We should the federal government do what type of national policy and policing should there be. There has to be action. That's why people are. Banging on the doors of Congress members, their own local officials to say well, what's next? ABC's Kenneth Moton. Thank you thank you. In the wake of George Floyd's death protests took place throughout American cities, and in towns, including one not far from Philadelphia called Cherry Hill New Jersey. That's where Nausea Jones and her two children, Cedric and could Torah went to protest together as a Family Cedric has twenty two Qatar is seventeen. Nausea brought them both to a Trayvon Martin Rally in two thousand twelve again the question. Why does this moment feel different has to do with timing. I think that since we had an opportunity to be home. And we're all on lockdown. We don't have the distractions so we're all paying attention to was on now. not only that we have the empathy sympathy bomb that's gone on that we've been dealing. Compute will being sick and dying in all that kind of stuff nothing right now. We're really polarized. He gave an opportunity to really sit and look and thank. And hear what people are saying. How do you feel about this particular time in history? Do you see a changing? I think that it can. Change more because now we have the youth coming in, and we also have social media on our side so I think. We're seeing a lot of the truth. Now's social media's. Videos and music of all black artists in that goes towards like the so you can find ways to donate without having money combined always talk about average protests is always way you can. Outlive my people know how important this driving into New York City this week. With storefronts boarded up and roads blocked for curfews was a little bit scary, but when I hit times square and saw several police cars. I felt safer and then a friend asked me. How would you feel if you were black? Cedric said he has the exact opposite reaction. Every time he sees a police car. It sends like little shop through your body almost. Makes you. You have to make sure everything's on. Point you to make sure everything he says point. To make sure you don't make any like. Than quick sudden moves like you have to just make sure that. Everything is. Good for the officer basically. How do you? How do you teach that to your to your child? And you can. Just. Be Armed with knowledge know your rights and that's what we try to teach is understand. Your rights are even though sometimes you know all your rights in there so violated, but you have to be armed with the information in the knowledge. And it's a shame. You have to maintain a certain Composure! Right and the Corm, where is fight or flight? That's a natural response. So when you're under perceived threat, you're automatically. Your adrenaline is gone. But as a young black male, you're expected to do something that goes against your natural. Instinct. Or ticks light so I remember when I just pulled over, and I felt safe finally. This is a pandemic virus out there. That is hitting the black and brown community with a deadly fierceness. So why let your children go protest with all kinds of other people around some wearing masks, some not yet every bone in my mind body. was was nervous. But I felt like I had to do it. I can't confirm specimen so young adults you know they. They're part of this world. They experienced these things and the trust that they would make proper decisions. Use The precautionary out there. And just common sense, but To me, it's something that had to be done nausea Jones with her children, Cedric and Katori Torah. They're not the only ones having uncomfortable conversations these days. How else are these events affecting the cornerstone of American society, the family, a lot of parents are having trouble discussing these things with their kids ABC's Amy Rohbock and ABC's chief medical correspondent. Dr Jennifer Ashton disgusted with psychiatrist Dr. Janet Taylor explain to your kids about the current atmosphere what they're seeing what they're hearing the protests and racism. Well you can save your kids listen you know how you feel when you asked me to do. Something and I say no, and you say why and I say because I said so all these protesters were saying. That's not good enough because I say so, it's not good enough, so we've taken to the streets. They've taken us their mouths, and in a thoughtful, and for the most part very orderly way saying that we disagree and that is A. A natural part of life, and we can teach our kids to think and how to disrupt when they're feeling something that they don't agree with so it's a really opportune teaching moment about how to be creative thinker and how to stand up for when you disagree with something and Janet. You always say that. Obviously these tough conversations have to be age appropriate. But how do you recommend that? We talked to our children about the police in general. Well, we don't want our children to be afraid of the police and just say you know how sometimes there are people who. May Have the right intention, but they do bad things. Most of the police are good people. You can go to them for help and most of US still do, but there are some police officers who made bad choices, but we want our kids to see the police as a safe entity, a safe structure because they do help us. Jen just mentioned age appropriateness so I ask what's the youngest age you should start talking with your child about these difficult topics. Well as important as it is to talk about difficult topics like. which we know has existed for a long time you know when kids are three or four as a child of color, they will experience incidents whether it's a classmate that says something teacher, so whether we know or not as parents. It's happening so what we can do. Expose our children of all colors to books that have characters that are black. Listen to their conversations, and when your child says it's something has. has happened to them because of the color of their skin or because of their hair texture. We need to listen and we need to show them that we are doing something about it. It doesn't mean being angry, but showing them in a calm thoughtful way about how to handle an insult or slight especially to other adults to make sure it doesn't happen again. We can no longer ignore the pain that. That racism causes to our children, and is there ever a situation where you would recommend actually shielding your child from racism? As a topic I would never recommend that you shield your child from racism is the topic because as important as it is the conversation about racism? It's about anti-racism. And what does that mean that means that we teach our kids, not that we're all alike, but the we can have. Have, the same values and there are differences can suggest beauty. Our differences can be something that we learn so when there is an incident that is unfair with there's an incident where somebody tries to use their power away. That's destructive. We need to address it as a teachable moment, and in terms of those teachable moments. How can parents explain the best way to their children about their race about other races? Well one way is to stop using the word race which we know is a social construct, its meaning with term talk about people turn to their ancestry, their history, their culture, how they see themselves in terms of their ethnic origin and Janet. Mental health professionals like yourself are in short supply as it is. What resources would you recommend to help us? Start this conversation about race well I. Just came across a great organization. It's embraced race dot Org that has wonderful points for parents to with their kids and also buy books that have different characters. The snow. Snowy Day as we're Keith was written in nineteen, sixty two. It's a number. One book taken out of the Newark Public Library. And what does it show a young black kid? Peter, who's going out into the white snow? Use books like that and just see how your kids react, but show them have them experience. Different Cultures and different races and books are great way to do that. ABC's amy. Rohbock and Dr Jen Ashton with Psychiatrist, Dr, Janet Taylor, coming up taking a knee, and taking the Bible how both taken on new symbolism this week on perspective after this. So, you just woke up. Your phone is lighting up with headlines and. NHS and text from your mom saying how do I click this? Okay? Maybe that's just me, but if you want to get up to speed, check out the new podcast from ABC News Start here. Literally. The ground was shaking. I'm Brad Milkey and every morning. We're GONNA. Take you to the stories that matter with fast fresh in silo. Robert Muller Michael Cohen Calling All in twenty minutes start here, listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite. PODCAST APP. From ABC News this is perspective, the top stories and the ones you may have missed. I'm Sherry Preston. Coming up more businesses, a reopening at another round of jobs, numbers but I, the act of kneeling has taken on two different meanings in the past couple of weeks. There is of course the video of that police officer kneeling on George Floyd's neck, but long before that happened, there was Colin Kaepernick is taking a knee during the national anthem at NFL. Games became a national movement this week. Taking a knee became a symbol of peace ABC's Kiki Palmer asking National Guard members in Los Angeles need. Televised. That you hear for us. Some of these businesses call hey okay. Maybe, it'll be. New. To me you. added. Police officers kneeling alongside protesters in New York City this week. NYPD, chief of command terrence Monahan highest-ranking uniformed officer. The whole department took a knee and talked about why he did it with ABC's Erica, Turkey. Chief for a while you were taking. Debris. it started originally. There was a fight within the park There was a plea that someone had a gun. Guys moved in. They grab. Some people became very confrontational within the park. We were able to get out personnel out. The group kept advancing on the COPS Some bottles started flying into the cops. There was some leadership from the marched was attempting to. Keep moving. To prevent the prevent violence. They tried kept backing up. The crowd kept advance, and he said I can't do it. Come with me. Come with me and we joined together. I asked him to give me a Mike to speak. Could a crowd I spoke to the crowd? I told them enough is enough. It's time for us to lead this nation. Get rid of these outside people who are looking to do nothing but attack police and destroy our communities folded out of the city and let us get back to get into cops in communities together back to what? What we've been doing since two thousand fourteen back to the relationships that we've had in the past and end violence. We don't need to be confronting one another on every street corner. We believe that what happened in Minnesota was wrong teeth. Did you take any with those protesters? Yes, he asked me to take a knee to pray for peace. I took a knee with him he was. Doing everything he could to keep his side peaceful. I thought it was appropriate that we take a knee. We hugged to show that solidarity that people from New York law enforcement in the community we to gather. And these people who are looking to attack police offices Vati Adamy people are looking to loot. The city goes to the ones that we need to drive out of the thirty. Came up through the ranks in the Bronx. You've been a street cop all your life. Have you ever taken a knee with a protester before? Never this is a moment in history. I think it's important. There was no need for my cops. Get into a confrontation. To get injured. It was a moment that hopefully you know. We'll at least get a vast majority of people to believe. That we can heal. That this does not need to be riotous. My cops. Throughout this protest I don't need them to bleed anymore. Teeth will let you get back to it. Thank you I. Thank you. Brothers, though their message to police officers was a little different when it came to taking a knee are met gunman report of this week. I'm one of the Los Angeles police. Department's top commanders also nailing with protesters and hugging Matt, was interviewing the Commander Andrew Palca, when actor and black lives matter organizer. Kendrick Sampson No. This is not what we're about his message. Kneeling alone is not a solution to the problem of police brutality. The most prominent members of President Trump's administration general James Mattis. Who served as defense secretary was also one of the many who this week said no more, but in his case it had to do with his former boss Mattis wrote a scathing piece for the Atlantic and what she said that Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime does not even try to unite the American people, and that we are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership, we can unite without him ABC's Martha Raddatz knows this. This four star general well, he said enough is enough that he really had tried to stay out of it that he really didn't want to directly. Attack Donald Trump for all this time, but he's watched. What has happened across the country this week? You Watch that photo op, stunning stunning interview for Secretary Madison I have known him for so many years I have known him in Iraq and other real battle spaces, and he is the most political person you've ever wanted to meet. So this is really quite. Quite remarkable, so let's talk about that photo. OP. The one with the Bible, the President of course with that Rose Garden announcement saying that he was going to use the US military as law enforcement against US citizens, if need be, and if protests didn't calm down, and as it was happening, protesters were being run out of Lafayette Square across from the White. House to the president could walk across to St Johns Episcopal Church, which had been vandalized the night before he held up his Bible and waited for photos and. and videos reaction was swift. The bishop of Saint John says she was appalled and surprised. She didn't know it was coming. Says she was shocked when she saw the president there in front of her church, so she spoke out I felt in no uncertain terms that I had to disassociate us from that symbolic gesture, and to speak into speak a word of of justice and peace to the nation, also speaking out the president's expected. November opponent Joe Biden President held up the Bible at Saint John's Church just today. I, just wish. He opened it once in a while, said a brandishing. If you open it, you could have learned something and the only African American senator. South Carolina's Tim Scott. He had a bit of a different reaction, but thank you went into the park the expectation that he could do something that provided some calm. MP's and it just turned out pretty pretty bad ABC senior national correspondent. Terry Moran with more on why the president used that Bible and did it in that way. President trump seeks to fight anyone who criticizes him. He wants to Lhasa. Rate the wound he he wants to open it up because he thinks he'll get more energy on his side if he blames if. If he castigates if he insults if he tweets whatever ranting anger he's got, and that is gasoline on the fire in a moment like this. The president responded telling. Fox News I. Did hold up a Bible I think that's a good thing. Not a bad thing in many religious leaders loved it. Miss you, Buddy says president trump has been in her church once right after he was elected just like every other president since James Madison but she says he's welcome anytime, but he is not entitled to use the spiritual symbolism of our sacred spaces, and our sacred texts to promote or to justify a completely entire A. Different message. Many of those who have been marching have said they're well aware that going outside is potentially dangerous. The Corona viruses left over one hundred thousand Americans dead and the best way to fight it. Doctors say is still social distancing washing your hands wearing a mask. If you're one of the millions who marched the past two weeks. You should probably try to get a covid nineteen tests, doctors say. ABC's. Michelle Franson spoke with Dr. Simone Weil, an infectious disease specialist at south shore health in new. York about the coronavirus risks associated with these protests conversation was part of ABC's Daily Podcast Star here. Can you give us an idea of seems like the dangers are obvious, but what are the specific dangers when you're mingling with crowds in the middle of this outbreak? You know it's. It's unfortunate that we have to be dealing with both scenarios at this time. Racism is a real problem. It's a public health issue in it's one of the social determinants of health that we talk about. We need to address this for or people of Color now for the past few weeks. We've all being in lockdown and now we have the protesters in large groups where these. These are one of the major factors that we've been talking about that deals with the spread of the virus, so we have a large crowd people shouting screaming, which is that risk for spreading the virus person to person so these things are very concerning to us as we try to deal with the Colbert nineteen pandemic, we have over a hundred and six thousand deaths in the. The US. We've already seen that. Experts from the CDC estimate that those numbers are going to climb in the next three weeks. What sort of timeframe are we talking here with the protesters and the new cases that we might see so absolutely we do expect to see a new cases given all the factors that we know that spreads the virus in the incubation period for the. Krona virus is four to fourteen days, so you would imagine you know within the next week to two weeks, and then depending when these protests and than you'd expect to see cases beyond that so doctor we've heard from White House coronavirus coordinator Debra Burke, she is called for expanded testing. Saying Hey. If you've been out protesting, you may want to get a test or you may want. Want to self quarantine for two weeks. Is that a good idea? Absolutely A. WE really need to take this serious that we're going to have spikes in cases, and we want you to go out and get test in part of the problem that we're going to run into. Is that one? Some of the testing facilities have been closed because that's where the day protests have. have been occurring, and they are concerned about their safety, and so some of these sites have been closed, so of course that pose a problem and these are happening in black and brown communities, where they have been affected at a significantly higher rate with the corona virus than White Americans and we asking patients to quarantine, sometimes, that can be difficult in these communities both scenarios are. Are Great Ideas, but they will post some challenges in these very vulnerable communities, so if people are going to continue protesting, what advice do you give them when they're out on the street? And when they come home, first and foremost, I WANNA ask all you if you are not feeling well or your -ill, please stay home because you're just going to put other people at risk. Where your mask or face covering that's very important. Hand sanitizers I protection. If you have goggles are fatio that will be important. We also want you to stay with smaller crowds, I know that might be difficult, but if at all possible stay with smaller group and social distancing. That's what we've been talking about would be very difficult, but try if you can social distance, go out and be safe. ABC's Michelle France with Dr Simone Weil an infectious disease specialist at South Shore Health and New York. The Labor, department, says nearly two million more Americans filing for unemployment benefits this week, but on Friday, the May jobs report shocked everyone. The unemployment rate went down. Most economists thought it would go up and the jobs numbers themselves also were very very striking, two and a half million jobs were added in May the Labor. Department said showing signs. The economy seems to be improving, and we may be experiencing that v-shaped recovery that economists had hoped for. For during the pandemic, ABC's chief Business Economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis says the news is really good for those who've been furloughed, but permanent losses may still becoming. It appears that the worst losses of this recession of this crisis are over in behind us. The question is how quickly does corporate America do small businesses? Bring people back. Yes, this is a good start, but when you dig deeper into the report, you see the fact that a lot. Lot of Americans ten point. Six million Americans are working part time economic reasons that means they're working part time because there isn't a fulltime job for them yet. Also if we want to get back to what this country would consider, full and healthy unemployment, another thing is the majority of jobs that came back our jobs that people believed were temporary job losses. When you look at the jobs that did not come back. Then you come into this. This territory of what can be known as a jobless recovery where a lot of the economy comes back. Our overall feeling in a general sense as a country is more optimistic, but the jobs that were lost as a result of the crisis. Do Not Return in full. Is it possible there's been some good to come from the marches I, small businesses across America ABC's Brian Clark has more on one restaurant tour in Washington DC who says. Says, he sure thinks despite the positive economic gains, businesses are still making tough decisions like weather not to reopen shark tanks? Kevin O'Leary warned against restaurant owners reopening even in a limited capacity, not open the dining space at twenty five percent. You will lose money. It takes sixty percent to just break. Even focus on curbside and delivery. Keeping your kitchen staff. Working the restaurant business is brutal, but this week some business owners got help. We've Seen An. An uptick as release sued, supporters of minority owned businesses. The support is very diverse on social media. You might have seen blackout Tuesday. A campaign originated in the music industry where folks post a black square on their pages to stand in solidarity with protesters, a lot of people also posted links to business is owned by black or brown Americans where people can show their financial support Andrea. McCain felt that this week then to white young ladies. Ladies Come in and let me give two hundred eighty dollar tip to our set with no order. Andrei owns half smoke in the Shaw, neighborhood of DC. He's a black business owner. He's laid employees off cut his own salary in half and applied for PCP process. It's been similar in some ways. This pandemic period that were things have changed so quickly. We went from last. Friday being clear to partly open patio with limited seating in social distancing. Distancing back to being placed on curfew, and then you know sense to having to close in restaurant operations because of the curfew goal is that his restaurant will continue to serve the community. We served a Tana protesters and we've serve food, but we've also serve them reassurance that it's not all bad in that were gonNA be there and be here in the protests, despite the more damaging aspects of the protests, just another opportunity for us to. Unite at a time with racial tensions inflamed in the wake of George Floyd's death Andrei hopes half smoke will not only continue to serve the community, but operate as a sense of hope for other minority business owners in DC, and across the nation swimming in a lot of protests, walking past us in drugs, and there's clearly the the risk of something s playing at any point in time, but particularly as a minority owned business. It's important to me to show to. Everyone despite. What's thrown at us whether it's code or a tragedy or protests? 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Full Episode: Friday, June 26, 2020

Perspective

42:29 min | 5 months ago

Full Episode: Friday, June 26, 2020

"From ABC News this is perspective. The week's top stories and the stories. You may have missed. I'm Sherry Preston. Coming up rising cases of covid nineteen across the country, people just sort of side, a breath of relief and said Hey, it's summer I'm GONNA act like it summer? act like this thing never was here really paying the price, but now it's back to work for millions of Americans, but will the office ever be the same I? Frankly don't think I'll ever return to face to face brainstorm and it's pride weekend. We'll talk to a newlywed who married his husband. Just before the world changed or didn't have to be a woman for me to have that story book beautiful wedding. It just had to be the right person and I found that person. All ahead on perspective. It's been almost exactly a month since Memorial Day weekend. When a whole lot of Americans decided, they'd had enough of being locked down and unprecedented Memorial Day. Thousands emerging from quarantine many define social distancing guidelines despite you, cases of covid nineteen increasing in several states. If you're worried about a sale, and if you don't WanNa catch them, stay home. That was ABC's Stephanie Ramos Reporting on the ozarks, pool. Party, which certainly wasn't. Wasn't the only place where people left their homes and apartments this week. The killing of George Floyd ten Americans in the streets, calling up racism and police misconduct doctors haven't been able to definitively track increased cases to that, but across the country restaurants bars shopping malls in office buildings did start opening using rooms, craft breweries and similar businesses can open at a twenty five percent capacity Texas governor, Greg Abbott back in. In May now we're seeing the results. Corona virus infections up sharply in a number of states Dr Anthony Fauci with a stark warning this week on Capitol Hill Right now the next couple of weeks are going to be critical in our ability to address those surging that we're seeing in Florida and Texas in Arizona, and in other states doctor out. She was asked whether the states one by one should have reopened when. When they did hard to say he answered because unlike many countries, this one is vast and very different in terms of population and geography. We have a very large country, very heterogeneous major differences for example between the New York Metropolitan area and Casper Wyoming. What can be disputed, however is that it's not good for the US as a whole cases are up in several states including Arizona Florida Nevada Utah and Texas. Texas were hospital admissions in Houston tripled this week. ABC's Tom Yomas went there to see for himself. Texas is facing a massive outbreak right now. We're in the city's Medical Center. This is the largest medical complex in the world. And again they are facing covid nineteen just across the street from us is the Children's Hospital there now? Admitting adult patients as cases here are moving in the wrong direction. Dr Mark Boone is. Is CEO of Houston Methodist Hospitals. He explained ABC's George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America. What he sees is the main reason for the corona virus surge. Well I think what's happened is we're watching around our community? People who've just completely let their guard down. It's very I mean honestly as as a healthcare professionals physician myself. It's really frustrating because we've. We've all been saying for a long long time. We know how. How to cover this virus, it is through all of those best practices of social distancing in all of the things we talk about wearing a mask etcetera in somewhere around Memorial Day people just sort side, abry breath of relief and said Hey, it's summer I'm going to act like it summer. act like this thing never was here I. Really paying the price for that now and so you know the flip side. Side of that is the answer then as we have to go back to the best practices that we have. We've taken care of tens of thousands of patients that don't have coat it. We've had thousands and thousands of employees coming to work every day for months now, and they're safe and we know we can stay safe with the right practices in place, so if people do social distancing, you don't need lockdowns. I think we can avoid lockdown if people do social distancing appropriately. Said we've done that for months across a hospital system that tells me we can do that. In most walks of life, but we're not doing at uniformly certainly many people doing that clearly not enough I. Think we can stop this I'm I'm very hopeful we can do that. Everybody rallies around together and focuses on how to do those things together Dr Mark Boom of Methodist Hospitals in Houston. Houston as we talk about what states are reopening, we've also begun talking about which people are being most affected. The rates of covid nineteen transmission are higher in some cases much higher for Latinos Marina del Rio says with the University of Illinois College of Medicine. She talked this week with ABC's Brad Mielke for our daily podcast. Start here Dr. del Rio's. What are you seeing in your community? What we seeing is that the rates of infection among Latinos. highest for any other demographic group in in our state of Illinois in fact even though Latinos are tested at lower rates than the rest of the population. We know that the positive test rate in the population is twenty percent sometimes, even higher depending on what Zip Code. You're coming from. In Illinois, we're seeing forty to forty five percent of cases that are known cove in the state are Latino and we actually suspect that the number might even be higher because there's a good portion of the population that have been. Left does not disclosing race and ethnicity, and we fear that it's actually a good proportion of Latinos that are fearing to disclose their racing of necessity for fear of repercussions if they're undocumented or if they're facing any other immigration repercussions in our household will, and so originally. We were talking about this in so many cases were bad in the North East now we're talking about Arizona and Texas. Some of the southern states were you also see higher concentration of Latino populations, but experts have been saying. This isn't a simple issue of geography either. Now. It's not a simple issue of geography. The is that those are a the backbone of the economy working in a lot of sensual restaurants and transportation services and food industries of different kinds, whether it's meat, packing, or other food packing industries a lot of Latinos work in those areas, and they continue to work even throughout the stay at home orders. Do you see this? Playing out in your own hospital like somebody comes in from a Latino, neighborhood versus white neighborhood in in their experiences different. Well one of them is the reaction that they get when I tell them. You're cova positive. It's this look of dread and despair. Taking time off for work means that there's no paycheck that's coming to their household. It also maiming that they. They'll get fired from their job. Because they're considered replaceable minimum wage, low wage workers often undocumented can be easily replaced by somebody else then. How concerned are you when it comes to Illinois or other states about reopenings and kind of reticence to close back up? If that's what officials say they need to do? Well I mean my my biggest concern. Is that you know? Each of these states is not an individual island who people are moving across the United States and so the policies that are put in place in Texas or in Arizona are inevitably going to impact how things go in Illinois New York because people can move around. Dr Marina del Rio's with Brad milkey. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut formed a pact early on their reopenings would be tied to one another. They said on now people from. From states, where covert is on the rise will be monitored when they come into any one of those states, and we'll have to self quarantine for at least fourteen days Florida did the same thing early on when the northeast was the epicenter, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont today they have a much higher ten times higher infection rate than we do here. If I were often travels by airplane and arrives, and then it spreads, so we thought one of the best things we could do was to. See if we can prevent that from happening in our region on Tuesday, Florida's set at the time a one day record of fifty five hundred eleven, people testing positive out of thirty, six, thousand three hundred tests I mean generally sixteen percent of people being tested were carrying the virus. Are those numbers aren't because they're testing more people. Either Florida gave out fewer tests on that day than they did the previous three days by Friday. We should note there were. Were nearly nine thousand more cova cases, but there were more tests administered to the positivity rate stands out about thirteen percent all this also leading to devastating effects on the US, economy, another million and a half people filing for unemployment benefits last week in the Commerce Department says the economy in this country contracted at a rate of five percent in the first quarter. It's expected to be a lot worse in this quarter were just about to end right now. We've seen some of it in our studios here at ABC News in New York frequent cleaning protocols color, coding on floors to maintain social distancing a cafeteria that's transformed for order ahead and take out meals instead of the buffet we had before all of it helping to shape the next evolution of the office in the age of Covid, nineteen, ABC's aerial Russia reports on how the coronavirus changed the way so many of us work, and whether it will last beyond the pandemic. Working from home, it's the culture shift few saw coming for so many Americans, commuting over the past few months, has consisted of taking those few steps to the couch or the kitchen table, the Cova nineteen pandemic, creating a new paradigm of professional life. But will it fundamentally changed the way we all do business for the foreseeable future. This PM has forced this great work from home experiment. How do you think it's going so far? I'm I think it's going heck of a lot better than anybody anticipated it. Would a realization real estate mogul and Shark Tank Guru Barbara. Corcoran says is likely to outlast the current crisis. This is my workday. It starts here ends here, and my life's with my family starts here I, think that blending of lines, a constant intrusion of emails text of both working personally related blending together is a difficult challenge for people. But I think too. I really think that people are going to come out of this long term. Maybe convincing myself of this, but I I feel so myself. A greater sense of what's important in life. Do you believe the screen is a barrier to productivity, or can it actually for some kind of creativity? A yeah, a lot of good creative thinking can happen. Zoom I frankly don't think I'll ever return to face to face brainstorm because personality is get involved, but when you're just throwing out one idea out another, and every idea is equal, you get tremendous focus and tremendous generation of new ideas. I love that part I'm not leaving here. And plenty of companies are thinking the same way Amazon Google Microsoft Morgan Stanley and Zillow all extending work from home options for employees, visas, spotify and shop affi- are letting people work from home through at least the end of the year. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Going a step further telling staff, they'd be allowed to work from home forever if they choose and facebook with its fifty thousand plus workers following suit CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Announcing the company is planning for some to permanently work from home, but there's a catch employee. Salaries are likely to change to match local costs of living which may make people think twice before moving out of state, but what about those who can't work from home? Of course, it's easy for white collar workers who can work online to say? Don't work here. Work at home it's. It's very different than the. If you're working in a restaurant, you're serving somebody their meal vastly different. You can't work at home. These people that are keeping things going at least a semblance of normality are really are heroes for many other companies that returned to the physical office whenever it happens may not be full-time. According to a recent survey, forty nine percent of Americans say they would feel comfortable. Returning to their regular routine today, which is up from forty one percent in May, fifty percent say they would not feel comfortable down from fifty eight percent in May. And of those fifty percent a majority say they won't be able to resume their regular routines at all this year, but for those who will be returning. What might you find when you get there? Real Estate Company CUSHMAN and Wakefield understands it goes beyond just physically going into the office. Building and the same workstation, but. Bryant that you came from. is going to be very different. That's something companies understand many. Adapting huge huge focus on the individual journey of each person making sure. It's a safe is that it's? It's healthy experience producing a number of touch points, dents, finding spaces, and then providing. People feel relaxed and able to be served productive, but even with all those changes Corcoran says vast corporate office space and campuses may be a thing of the past people who finance office space are in for reckoning. Because no way is the office space ever going to be what it was before? Everyone's going to be shrinking their offices and a lot of people think they'll give more space per worker. No, there's not going to be a lot of workers at at at work anymore. ABC's aerial, Russia. How do you know if the person sitting next to you with the office? Has the coronavirus plenty of health experts have told US quite frankly you don't according to some studies as many as forty percent of people with it and potentially spreading, it may not know technology however is helping to change the conversation when it comes to health and safety ABC News, producer Mike Dembosky talk this week with Dr Alley. Reside Executive Chair of the Rockefeller. Neuroscience Institute at West Virginia University where they have been looking into ways to detect. Detect subtle coronavirus symptoms using wearable technology like rings. Here's Mike recently. You guys put out a study predicting that some covid nineteen symptoms could be monitored up to three days in advance, and there's some technology at play here. Um, first things. I just explain this study to me. What were your findings us so We've been using a combination of wearable technology. arranged for example or watch that you wear, so we can measure your temperature. Share your heart rate your respiratory rate, sleep and other activities physiologically. One number two. We also have a health mobile APP that is typically looks at your daily questionnaires, asking you if you have any headaches or any of subjective symptoms associated with infection, for example, and we also assess cognitive function and behavioral assessments by using Gaming Technology that looks at your mood and anxiety, and for example looks at your fatigue scores. Then we take all the data from the wearables and our our mobile APP, and then what we do is we provide models and forecasting feedback models that predict on health and wellness, and were able to provide elements of how somebody can be sick or be more resilient or be be functioning fine, not be sick so as a sort of a early warning, system or early forecasting model like a weather forecast to forecast with. Ninety percent precision, what's your status is going to be three days from now for example. And what specific type of transmission are we talking about here? The problem cove it is that a large number of individuals are infected with the virus and yet they don't have any. manifestation the symptoms externally. They're fine. They're walking around working. The carrying around life activities without any awareness that they have the virus, and as considered this a symptomatic phase yet they're contagious because they're infected with the virus, and this can last for a few days before you actually have the first external awareness that you're sick, or you have signs of an infection like a fever, or call for a severe muscle, pains and joint pains and headaches, so this time period of several days with Basha feel sick is an important time, because you're potentially spreading the virus to the people around you your family and loved ones your peers, your friends, your co workers, and as a result, it's contributing to this. Growth in infection of this pandemic icy, so these technologies are really focused on the sort of Almost imperceptible symptoms that you would be displaying the imperceptible sort of. Indicators that would you know happen in a Kovic patient before they became symptomatic exactly right? That's right so the picking up. Imperceptible signals that you're not aware of that are associated with an infection with the virus. But, you're not aware of it until you start feeling the headaches or the joint pains or muscle pains, or you start having fevers and other symptoms associated with the bars now it's important to understand that our machine, learning and analytics, technology and platform. It's predicting symptoms that are associated with Kobe, but it I can't say it is actually Kobe until we do the testing and linkage to the Kobe. Presents in the nose for example that the technology side of things you know Kinda tells you. Hey, this looks like Cova. This could Biko Vid, and then you know you follow that up with the testing side of things but doctor. I WANNA ask you. Who is this aimed at? Is this for medical workers it for people who are in a city that is reopening. Who is this four? Great Question Right now. The testing and confirming validation is for frontline healthcare workers who are happy to have a potential high risk exposure, but the second part of our study were also using our technology in first responders that includes for example, the National Guard. The police ems firefighters, so we want to also. Uses technology to help. First responders who also will be at potential tire to Kobe were also looking at the general population, so it can help uses technology ultimately. For the general population because it's important, to now leverage these digital health tools like digital EP. If you WANNA, call it, so we have to practice social distancing wearing masks washing our hands. You have to do that to minimize the spread of the virus. But beyond that, these digital technologies can help provide additional measures of safety and then returned to normalcy. Wouldn't this whole pandemic thing better with baseball owners and players battling it out for months on when they'll play how they'll play with the new rules will look like ABC's. Lynam, we has a quick look. Players will report life. I for training ahead of the sixty game regular season that starts on the twenty third and twenty fourth some changes due to covid nineteen this time around during extra inning games. Games each half inning beginning with a runner on second base, the League, saying that person would be the batter who made the final out in the previous inning, also testing for Kobe, nineteen, every other day, and a separate injured list for players who test positive or show symptoms, non playing staff will be expected to wear masks in the Dugout at all times, and as a safety precaution, no spitting or chewing tobacco, loud celebratory contact like high fives and fist bumps also banned Lionel movies ABC News. Just when player started training for a short and sixty game season, however, a handful of them tested positive for covid nineteen. I was state. University said this week it was planning to open up its stadium for the college football season, but would only allow fifty percent capacity there. Other stadiums are trying similar things. It's all different though, isn't it? Dr She. She is with the Harvard Global. Health Institute! We asked him this week. If sports will ever be the way they used to be for the fans, I don't see any chance. A professional sports where we have fans in the in the stadium like that to me just seems completely implausible. But the question is. Can you create a little bubble where some sports could pull it off? And maybe it would definitely be tricky to do but sports as we've always known it that I think is not in the cards for the next year. We have been talking a lot the past month about policing and specifically the policing of black communities. We've heard from young people like twenty one year old Cedric Jones from new, Jersey who says seeing police lights and his rear view mirror is always nerve racking experience. A little shop through body almost like. You have to make sure everything's point. You have to make sure everything stays on point. You have to make sure you don't make any like quake. Mugabe sudden moves like you have to just make sure that. Everything is. Good for officer, basically black parents have talked a lot about having to have that conversation with their sons and daughters about what to do when you get pulled over by the police John Cohen is a former police officer. He was stationed in south central Los Angeles went onto the Homeland Security Department now he's ABC News contributor. We asked him about the situation and what it's like from the perspective of the officer as police officers. Walking up to that car doesn't know what they're about to confront. Let's just say it in the case of a traffic stop. That's more of a you know. It's not just. Just somebody ran a red light. Well, actually traffic violation. You walk into the car. You don't know what's going on in that car. You're taking in everything you're on heightened alert in your end. There's a certain level of fear that you feel on every single hall and every interaction at the same time for many in our community. They're feeling the same thing, and so you have two people who have adrenaline pumping in their body, you might there might be some type of historical or subconscious conscious biopsies in both of those people. You know, Oh this is a cop. He's just going to abuse me. Or you know this is a person of color. They may be a criminal. In an IT's so easy for these situations to go bad if they're not properly managed that fight or flight adrenaline pumping feeling when the police pull you over is exactly what Cedric Jones and his mother nausea talk about the time the armed with knowledge know your rights. and that's what we try to teach done is understand what your rights are. Even though sometimes you know all your rights in there so violated, but you have to be armed with information and the knowledge. and. It's a shame. You have to maintain a certain. The KORU composure and he. Right and Corm, where is fight or flight? That's a natural response. So when you're under perceived threat, you're you're automatically. Your adrenaline is on. But, as a young black male. You're expected to do something that goes against your natural. Instinct. Or take flight so now. Just Cohen talks a lot about the need for more police de escalation training. Another thing that would help he says is that if the police got to know the community better, Cohen says they tried it at his La. Precinct and things did get better. What are the things that my department did? When I was working patrol, it wasn't like a score resource, program or anything, but in this you know south central La. We were required on day. Shift a number of required to go to like the local schools during lunchtime in particular and have a visible presence there and when I did that. You know it was a high gang area, but But it gave me the opportunity to start meeting these kids and talking to them, and they you know I was officer John and they were. You know whoever they were you know. They were people with a name getting to know the community. That's exactly what they did in Camden. When they turned it around, the requirement was that you knock on the doors and you get to know people in the community, so if you work in different shifts, you know that person is know you see those people. That's what they did. And it worked there, and it's good to hear that they're using that kind of as a model for the rest of the country John Cohen. Officer John Appreciated. Doctor said. June is pride month in the United States chosen to commemorate the riots at the Stonewall Inn on June, twenty, eighth, nineteen, sixty-nine. It's a month long celebration of love, diversity, and a sweeping recognition of the impact that lgbtq individuals allies have on the history of the United States and around the world. This year of course do the pandemic pride. Parades have been canceled including one scheduled for this weekend here in New York as we close out pride month. Month we wanted to bring you the story of a groundbreaking transgender woman who recently made history in West Virginia ABC's Linsey Davis spoke with Rosemary. Ketchum, who discussed her breakthrough election to the wheeling West Virginia City Council. When you won the election, you posted a video on twitter, saying that you didn't run for office to make history. You ran for office to make a difference, but certainly history has been made. What does this position mean to you? It means so much to me I find so much love in the city wheeling and we call ourselves the friendly city. and. Matter so much to me, because so many folks are surprised. A Trans candidate could win in a place like West Virginia and I. Say that I don't think there is other place. Better suited for a transpose to run and or LGBT people to be part of their communities wheeling West. Virginia has issues with opioid addiction and homelessness. You say that you're qualified to to help solve those kinds of problems because of your password running local mental health facility and your own family's personal experience with homelessness. What kind of policies do you hope to implement? So I. Think one of the most important things that we can do is help engage our community, and how an listrik and a whole hearted way by combining and bridging resources that we already have throughout our communities, so we have an issue with homelessness in the city of wheeling, and like you said we have an issue with opiate addiction, and not too long ago we lost a hospital in the city of wheeling that was an enormous footprint in resource for folks who are experiencing homelessness and addiction and mental health crisis, so as a city council person I'm going to work really hard to bring back those resources and make as many resources in regards to mental. Health Addiction and homeless advocacy available. In my capacity of city councillors, lgbtq issues have certainly made national headlines this week on Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that Federal Law protects workers from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. What was your reaction when that decision came down? Also, what impact do you think that that will have on the LGBTQ Community and workplaces? The ruling was surprising to me because we have such a conservative court, but truthfully the ruling shows that trans rights are human rights. ended up through title seven. We were able to realize that in the law the nineteen sixty four civil rights act I. Think was best suited to really permit us to make this ruling and you know I was also grateful that justice gorsuch was making the majority opinion there I'm. Very confident that this will have serious implications in the way that we treat and organiz around the algae, Btcu plus community. and. Hopefully it will change the way. LGBT folks actually can live their lives openly and flee in without discrimination, the trump administration also recently reached healthcare protections for transgender patients, which may make it more difficult for trans individuals to fight against discrimination by doctors and hospitals. What was your reaction to that move? You know I was absolutely appalled by the actions the president had taken to remove healthcare protections from the LGBTQ immunity from transgender individuals on the anniversary of the pulse nightclub shooting, and during pride, and no less I ran for office so that I could reflect the values of my community and the actions of my leadership. I only wish our president would decide to do the same. But with that, said you know this month has been perhaps the most convoluted and. Fascinating one that I've I'm ever lived through. And so I'm confident that although this was a step backward, you're making strides forward, and hopefully that we can make sure that we hold this president and his administration accountable for these actions convoluted indeed, and so far are only twenty seven transgender elected officials in the US according to Lgbtq Victory Fund. What was your message to other trans? People who WanNa make a difference in their own communities, but haven't felt like they will welcome enough to run for office. Well Lindsey It's a really good question. I think there is incredible power in inhabiting a space. It wasn't built for you. inhabiting a space that wasn't built for Trans People, or Lgbtq, folks or persons of color on to be honest so I'm incredibly grateful to get the opportunity to serve my community both here in the city of wheeling, and across the State of West Virginia and it's so vital. Vital to know that representation matters, and that fear is not the boss. We should run, and we should win elected office. You know I believe that it's easier and more efficient to replace elected officials than to convince them, and that's kind of what we attempted to do here. In the city of ruling Rosemary, catch. Thank you so much for your time and good luck to you and your new position. Thank you. Families are having a lot of difficult discussions about oppression and civil rights in the US right now and for years they've been having conversations as well surrounding something different sexuality. What's it like the first time you tell someone in your family that you're gay film? Director Daniel cars like highlight several of those conversations in his new documentary for they know not what they do. He and And one of the subjects of that film Sarah McBride talked about the varying reactions that families of faith have about learning that their child identifies lgbtq ABC's Juju Chang Danielle. Let's start with you. Your documentary delves into the many ways that negative religious beliefs about gay people, mainly that they are sinful, can negatively impact lgbtq lives and mental health. What surprised you about the project? This is the second film I've made on this topic and I have to say that the biggest surprises are always how much I learned from these families, one of the families in this film is deeply conservative, Evangelical family and as a gay man who grew up in the US I'm used to fueling judgment and negativity from people I perceived who are in that community, but. On the contrary Robin Linda Robertson were immediately lovely and welcoming, and very very giving in telling their story of of their family, and their son Ryan in particular, so that was a that was a really lovely present, pleasant surprise Sarah, you are the heart of this documentary, and it traces your life, and your coming out story from beginning to end, but it also traces your parents journey going from shock at your coming out, but eventually to being proud and accepting, tell us about that narrative narrative arc, and and how that experience may have major closer your family closer. Well. This is definitely been a journey for our whole family I always say I left out the parent lottery. My parents are exceptionally compassionate, intelligent loving people, but I also knew that my knees would be difficult to that. When I came out, it was twenty eleven. It was before what Time magazine dubbed The transgender Tipping Point I knew that my parents would struggle with my news I knew that they like me would fear discrimination, and maybe even violence in me coming out. but I also knew that. That, my parents would eventually get to a place where they wouldn't just accept me as their daughter, but celebrate us as a family celebrate our diversity, celebrate the fact that we've been on this journey together and have come out stronger and closer I'm one of the most powerful things that I've been able to see the power of parent voices in helping to bridge the empathy divide that exists in our country, and that's one of the reasons why I think this documentary is so powerful because it allows people. No matter where they are in these conversations around Lgbtq a quality, even if they can't understand what it feels like to be. Or transit in particular they can understand the love of Erin steak and understand how they might respond if they were child came out, yes, with a mixture of maybe confusion and fear, but also a desire to love and embrace, and that's been the parent, the journey of of my parents of my family and today they are among the most incredible advocates for the VP. Do Community that I know and clearly. Clearly that's a metaphor, if not an allegory for the awakening that everyone's having right now and I hope that Daniels following us through this next stage. As you're chasing your political dreams, you are running right now for a state Senate seat in Delaware. Did you ever worry about the idea that being transgender would hold you back, and and if not, how has this played into moving forward with this candidacy? Absolutely growing up in the ninety s and the two thousands, they were very few examples of transgender people publicly who were succeeding in business or politics, or even really in the arts for that matter at that point and I'm in growing up. It seemed like my dreams of living here in Delaware having a family of pursuing a professional path that was fulfilling for me that those seemed neutrally exclusive with my identity as a trans person and growing up reading the history books. Books as much comfort as I found in the social change that filled their pages I, also being very aware very quickly of the fact that no one like me had ever made it very far in those three bucks I'm elise. No one who was out and so for me one of the most powerful things that I've been able to see over the last years since coming out is the progress we've made in representation for fans. People people like Danika room getting elected. In Virginia and one of the things I've seen here in this community. Is that people judge one another on their merits, their stills, goodness there compassion not on their identities, and that's what I've seen. I'm in time again this campaign, and why I'm excited to continue running it and I'm very hopeful and optimistic. That will win in November. We just lived through history, the highest court in the land, deciding that under longstanding federal law employers cannot discriminate against employees on the basis of sexual orientation or sexual identity, the first trans person involved in such a case as a spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign. How electrifying was it for you to hear the news? It was an incredibly inspiring and hopeful moment, frankly surprising moment. It was much needed good news after years of attacks. On the LGBTQ community by the administration it provides an perpetuates really lifesaving protections for be equal in employment and lays the foundations for significant progress throughout daily life. For me, it reinforces the urgent need to elect Joe. Biden November so that we can have a president who will take that decision and build on it past the Equality Act so that Lgbtq people are clearly protected from discrimination brow daily life. Across this country, but it was a moment of. Needed joy and celebration in the. Sarah, Daniel, thank you both so much for your work. And for joining us, you can watch the documentary for they know not what they do online by visiting first run features dot com and buying virtual ticket to watch online. Thanks guys. Since this is pride weekend. We wanted to tell you about a special. You can find on our streaming channel, ABC News Live. It's a three part series called. Pride to the segments are hosted by nightline's Juju. Chang who you just heard there and the third segment is hosted by. By someone you've come to know here on perspective recently by the name of Kenneth Moton can mountains the anchor of ABC world, news now he's talked to us about what? It's like being a black man in the midst of the George Floyd protests. He's explained June eighteenth to us. And now he's going to tell us what his journey was like coming out and what it was like a few months ago when he married his boyfriend. So believe it or not I've been confident for a long time, but even. You. Can Mo- confident, but there was a time obviously growing up in a very religious area in the deep south from be where. It was tough when I started to have these films realization that. I'm different as we said then. And something that was not the norm. And so. It I. think that it was really in college after I left home where I said. You know what there's something here and he to explore what's happening to me? because there was a lot of prayer there was there were at times where because I grew up in a very religious community in a family where I thought I was to hell I think every little game boy. Has that story especially coming from religious background, and so, but even with the aid type personality I have? I sought to navigate all of that. And thankfully they were friends in college. There were resources. That I found that I that I really able to like really able to come into my own. Thankfully. It didn't take me long to really like realize what was going on and then when I did, and it's something so funny, because actually I never talk about this professionally because when I got into the business I just decided to be private, and so I always say speak asked me will do early on. Did I not tell people was gay because? I was hiding it. Or is it because? I was in the news. Business and everybody's nosy about the news reporters AC on the air, and I can't answer that I just know that I'm a private person and I knew how I grew up. Where even the people? My family didn't really do PD so was it because of this reason was because the other reason. I I. Don't know all I know is that I wanted to stay private and so I did that throughout my career and really it was only a few months ago that I, even though. Colleagues, no friends. No, they know about my personal life. But, it was when I married. My husband and March before the world turned upside down. We got that wedding and just in time. And that's why I've kind of been a little bit more open because I'm really proud of this relationship, my marriage and what it stands for so what was the hardest part about coming out? Was it telling family was it? Ends you know you you talked about what it was like when you came out professionally. What was it like? When you came out I, say that. Yes, you need the support of your family your friends when going through that but a lot of times it is some of the APP to light. Go through yourself but I always say it gets really really bad. You gotta seek help. You gotTA. Talk You. We gotta go those resources, but I will say it for me. It was a lot of inner. It was like thinking reading. And it's something that I had to be okay with myself. I I couldn't allow other people to just say Oh. We're okay with you, and then that'd be okay and that just be it like. I had to because people were telling me. Yes, we love you. You're great. You're all these things. No matter who you are, but had to make sure that I was good. The I was okay with the because I saw especially as I got into my twenties I saw. Colleagues, friends. Hetero heterosexual relationships, people getting married, and I thought, and I grew up thinking. That Oh, this is what I'm supposed to do to marry a woman and had this beautiful wedding because I like a party. I'm shocked at that. And so I was like this and I go to all these friends, weddings and twenty and I'm like also sad. And then I got married Cherry through the biggest party and actually went to a wedding the weekend right for that where we were on teetering on the edge of the pandemic. I have never felt such comfort. In grounded. At any wedding, then at that friend's wedding because I got my love, I got my big celebration. I got my ceremony, so it wasn't so much probably about who I was. Marrying marrying who I love, but it was a. you didn't have to be a woman for me to have that story book beautiful wedding. It just had to be the right person the. Who I was supposed to love and I found that person Mary them and it was just it was just a really really really good moment in my life and so That's kept me during. This pandemic also is that I had a big celebrate love right before everything. Went to Hell. Well, listen, I know that you have to catch a train. 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398- Unsheltered in Place

"This is ninety nine percent invisible. I'm Roman Mars so I'm talking with Katie. Mingle our senior producer. And you've been reporting for about a year and a half on homelessness here in the bay area for a series that were putting together right now. I it's not ready. It's scheduled to come out at the end of the year. But since the corona virus crisis has a huge impact on the in house population. We wanted to check him. Yeah so basically just as I was starting to wrap up the reporting process The current virus came and it it up ended Everything For everyone and I've been struggling. You know with how or whether to follow any of what's been happening in terms of covert and homelessness so not really knowing what I would do with any of I just started Kind of checking in with people Just over the phone and zoom and whatnot trying to at least kind of keep up with at all and I was recording those conversations and I decided that some of them felt worth sharing. It seems it. Homeless people are one of the population that people are talking about as being particularly vulnerable to this disease. Yeah so based on data that researchers already have about age and underlying health conditions in homeless people A stubby from a team of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and Ucla found that homeless people would be twice as likely to be hospitalized as the general population to four times as likely to require critical care and two to three times as likely to die if they contracted cove in nineteen and it seems like some of the places we're almost people are the most visible like the encampments in the shelters are a really potential petri dishes for a disease like this to spread. Yeah I mean. Social distancing is basically impossible in in a shelter And and I think like all over the country. People are scrambling to prevent large scale outbreaks in homeless communities I only know about what's happening in California And Yeah I just wanted to share a few voices from that That that struggle. I guess we'll call it hitting. That is upside down about. This is normally when there's a disaster. We work backwards. There's an earthquake. We work backwards. There's a flood. We work backwards. A thing happens and then we're getting ourselves out of it this everyday. We go different. We don't I don't know where the bottom is. That's JEN loving. She's the CEO of an organization called destination. Home that you know in regular times works on both ending in preventing homelessness in Santa Clara County. So in Clinton County is like It's the San Jose in Palo Alto and Cupertino. It's basically when people say Silicon Valley. They mean Santa Clara County and Jen's agency destination home been around since two thousand eight But during this pandemic it's it's basically been kind of like conscripted into this chain of command That's been activated at the county level through. Something called the Emergency Operation Center and every county in California has one of these so the emergency operation center or the EEOC gets activated winners. Earthquake flood some sort of things with the very first time though. That and I've been a part of an activation a couple of times in my career. This is the first time though that it was activated for a pandemic which basically means that the Santa Clara County Public Health Department is in charge. If you're working in homelessness you're not doing things on your own anymore. Meaning supply chain money systems. Everything gets deployed through this Yuxi. Yes Oh Jonas. Essentially working under the direction of the Public Health Department on a few different things and those things include opening up mash shelter so that existing shelters can be less crowded bringing sanitation and medical care and resources to encampments And then also setting up partnerships with hotels where homeless people can potentially be quarantined than the last chase is trying to mitigate the financial catastrophe if we can soup families from becoming homeless right now. There's a far better chance of recovery later so we have to do. I think we have to do things and I think those things are happening. We have to have a vision. Moratorium everywhere used to have one. We need to make sure that there's food free food accessible. I think this is also already happening but like utilities. They need to stay on. Don't care people don't pay staying on and I believe that's also happening. When she says she believes that's that's happening. I just want to clarify that. She means in her county So that's obviously different Wherever you live in the United States The other really big thing. John has been working on. Setting up is a fund She raised eleven million dollars Like very quickly to distribute to people who had lost employment and were at risk of becoming homeless. I mean that seems like that. I mean that's the success. They raised a lot of money in a short amount of time. Is that enough? Yeah I mean I thought that sounded like a lot too. But it actually. It wasn't nearly enough within three hours. We have fourteen hundred applications. They were coming in at two applications every minute. They crushed our server and within three days. There were more than eleven million dollars worth qualifying applications. Yeah I you wrote in a tweet. I feel scared in a way that it's hard to describe it's true it's true sister and an unknown at Chicken. I walked. I walked into the middle of the suffers from years and the scale is overwhelming. People already already have. No money lashed nothing. Jen estimates that they need about one hundred million dollars. And that's again just in Santa Clara county to keep people housed during this. Time is on top of the stimulus and unemployment checks in that. Still not going to be enough. Yeah I mean for one. Those checks still haven't gotten people for the most part I think the first round of them is supposed to go out this week But it sounds like it could be a while before everyone has their check And and then there are some people who won't be eligible for those for those benefits undocumented people for example and so have they been able to distribute the first Eleven million that they gathered. Jen said Some of it had started going out but not all of it. I mean it's a lot of work to process all of those applications and get all those checks out and one of the problems. They're running up against right now is that they're volunteer. Support has dried up. And that's you know that's not just in their organization that's happening in every organization so if you think about most communities have a meals on wheels program and what. That is is homebound people's Honorable People. People can't leave their home. There's meals that are prepared and delivered to them every day. Super Bowl right. Expat is a ninety five percent volunteer run situation. So we're all volunteers disappeared all at once right. I think people are probably having trouble knowing like how they should balance social distancing volunteering. You know that's a good question so I will say that. That's a personal choice. But what I will tell you as people that are already working on the front lines are in addition to that now delivering meals. Because because here's the thing it also has to be done and Kovin is asking us to do all of the things we were doing before and a thousand more things with less and if you are able to be part of a solution need to get on the part of that solution and if that means money is that means so announced that news stay at home and not like complaining and things because people who are the lowest paid workers in this nation who are largely people of color are allen. The goddamn frontline last thing I wanted to ask John. About in the you know thirty minutes. I stole from her Was I don't know if you've been seeing these pictures of of Lake. Homeless people being moved into parking. Lots and stadiums. Yeah there was a picture from Las Vegas where they they had agreed with pain and out to mark like how far they should be campaign like away from each other otherwise it was just like it was just like it was an open parking lot. There is no covering. There's no real shelter just was designated spaces on the ground. Yes yeah Which they did because a resident in a like a five hundred bed Shelter had tested positive for covert. And so they you know they needed to get everyone out of that. Space to prevent the virus from spreading So they moved people into this open air parking lot. I think they've since been moved back inside but I just wondered what she which he thought of that or things like that. I just I wonder I wonder from your perspective when you see something like that or you kind of like Yup. It's a crazy time. People are coming up with crazy solutions or or does that strike you as we should be able to do way better than that. You know. I think now. Look pre-coded America has treated homelessness in every kind of reprehensible way right now the people that are trying to do the things that you're describing. I'm not criticizing them because this is health. If that's the best that they can do that must be the bus do I. We're not doing that right but I am in no position to criticize other communities. Because you know we're not we don't have. Every homeless person in a stable place. Were sheltering in Kansas. That is totally wrong. I you know what I mean. But we can't. We have asked America to give us more places for homeless people for my whole career. Now they're telling us all to do it in the week. We'll thank you so much for your time. Yeah I gotta I gotTa go sister book yet. Check in with me and Whatever you feel like you're muscled lookout. Hey thanks so much. One of the things you said John was trying to do was secure in hotel. Rooms for homeless people is that part of the governor's program on April. Third Governor Newsom announced something that he called project room key. He said he had secured almost seven thousand hotel rooms for Homeless People. And they were on their way to getting fifteen thousand. It's county state partnership With the county fundamentally driving the car and the state of California building the car We put together. The technical teams and expertise We are working with the counties as they identify these sites To get the operating up and running so yeah when he says it counties are driving the car he he means these emergency operation centers and people like Jen who are out there making calls to hotel owners to get them to agree to rent rooms to the state and he's talking about fifteen thousand rooms across the entire state in that again. Sounds like it's a lot but I know for a fact that that's not enough. Yeah exactly because they're they're at least one hundred and fifty thousand homeless people in California which is why in some places you you have activists calling on mayors to to do more so on April third actually the same day as that newsome press conference There was a protest in San Francisco. It was a car protest. Which is one of the amazing new things that we have in this new pandemic era Where a bunch of people drove their cars to this convention center in San Francisco where the city was was planning on housing Homeless people sort of on the floor on mats and the people in cars. You know sat outside of this convention center honking in protest They thought that people shouldn't be sheltered together in this big open area but instead put into hotel rooms and they were urging the mayor to use her power to get hotel rooms for people. Caravan of cars circled. San Francisco's Moscone Center. London breed and city officials held a virtual press conference inside the message still and clear at this socially distant protest police have blocked off Howard in front of Mosconi where the city I talked to this sociologist named Chris Herring who was part of that protest movement To to get more hotel rooms and he says the mayor London. Breed has the authority to Commandeer Hotel rooms in an emergency power to thirty doing it. I mean it's a power that they don't use very often you know they say that it's it's too expensive to to put every single Homeless Person Hotel They also say that it's much more complicated than you might think to move people into hotels like you have to have all this supportive staff who will provide food and services and clean the rooms and you can't just like move people in and that's it but after that protests the city did decide not to use the convention center as a mass shelter and mayor breed says she's negotiating to bring seven thousand more hotel rooms into US specifically for homeless people in San Francisco in in terms of the hotel rooms that do exist either in San Francisco or or more generally across the state who is getting into those well so not. Nearly all of those hotels have been filled yet It's hard to get numbers on this. But some sources are saying that something close to two thousand rooms across the state have been filled I think most of the focus so far has been on shelters so if there's a shelter where there's a positive case they're putting people from that shelter who they think may have been exposed into hotels part of the criticism right now from advocates is that it's sort of a reactive approach instead of a proactive one Meaning that instead of just immediately putting all homeless people into hotels. They're they're waiting for cases to break out In shelters and it's also very much referral based system. So if you think you have coveted you still have to be referred to a hotel room by an approved medical outreach worker. It's sort of. It's almost like getting a prescription for a hotel room. Last Friday the tenth of April Mayor Breed announced that there had been a major outbreak of corona virus shelter in San Francisco. The last number I saw were the ninety. Two residents and ten workers had tested positive But those numbers will probably keep going up in any case according to the New York Times. It's the biggest outbreak in a shelter. So far in the US right now. Some of the people shelters are going into hotels but only if they've been exposed to the virus but that doesn't account for all the people in the encampments what are they doing. Yeah I was wondering about this like how much outreach is happening and encampments where people checking our people checking on on folks out outside or or testing folks outside I haven't been going into the field much lately for the same reasons that were all staying home. But I decided I wanted to try and and talk to A A few people in an encampment. So I put on gloves and a mask and I went out To Camp in Berkeley where. I've spent a good bit of time. Okay are you alive? So that's Shawna sitting outside of her tent with her friend Jade Shana lives in encampment with about sixty other people mostly intense um and they said that a nurse practitioner and a social worker had just been out to the camp and when we're probably twenty maybe twenty thirty minutes ago things and were they just kind of checking to see if anybody had been sick or anything governor a couple of times a week come check up on everyone out here. Shawna's the one guy from the encampment had shown symptoms of cove in nineteen and one of the outreach. Workers made sure he got tested and into a hotel But it seemed like that was the only person so far that had gone to a hotel out there. And do you feel like you're doing any extra like handwashing or I've done handle Austrian bit more. Yeah and the hand sanitizer more at least try and keep lamb's a little bit. I've been washing up in a bucket like our care. Like I got to stay up on my hygiene. Some in home nervous does everyone. There seemed to be about all this. Yeah I was wondering that. Yes that too. You feel like you're stressed out about the virus about the virus just life in general. There's other things to be stressing about. What do you feel like? Is the main thing stressed about right now. Being poor and not be mentally able to work all the time and being stable I relapsed. I was a year and a half clean and I realized so. Don't feel relaxed after fourteen years so I feel like a failure right now and then all this other stuff going on. So it's just like it's hard to focus on that when I relapsed so this camp actually has relative to other camps a good bit of outreach there's a couple clinics send workers there and they have this one extremely dedicated activists name Andrea Henson. Who's out there almost every day? Andre has been raising money through a go fund me and handing out things like hand sanitizer and facemasks. Bollock Lavas. I come a lot of the ways that homeless people make. Money are not possible right now. People used to collect cans to sell it. Recycling centers in those centers are mostly closed Panhandling is is more difficult right now so lately Andrea has had to bring food to the encampment. You know I never had to provide food before and I just handed out. I mean we prepped. Three hundred bags of groceries. I'm not a food distribution person but I had to be angry. She also recently rented a Bob Cat to try to get all the trash out of the encampment and she's been paying some of the people around there to help a again just all through a go fund me because this health crisis in the care you know and fight test for people but we're putting them in still be placing a PORTA potties and still be. Yes so a lot of dedicated people out there working really really hard right now but you know like Jen said there. There are thousands of homeless people in California. And now you know. Everyone wants this all to be solved like yesterday? 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But only until may thirtieth yet twenty five percent off now through may thirtieth at clean coal dot com slash nine nine. That's clean coal dot com slash nine nine from her apartment in Oakland here again is Katie. Mingle San Francisco and other cities are looking to repurpose bacon hotels to shelter an housed people during this corona virus outbreak. But this isn't the first time hotels have been used as crucial infrastructure. In Times of crisis I wanted to find out more about the history of people repurposing hotels this way so I called up Kenneth Morrison. Hello my name. Is Kenneth Moton? On professor of modern that European history I'm based for university in Leicester in the United Kingdom. And so why is it that hotels in particular are deployed in this kind of way? Like what is it about a hotel that that makes it very useful in a moment like this. Hotels in many respects are perfect for being repurpose. In the way that the they are right now so if you think about the the micro structure of hotel you have large kitchens loss of refrigeration. You have supply chains so basically the hotel can continue to function might not be serving the same food and it might not be serving same drinks or whatever but can continue to function it works and if you think about the internal structure devoid tail. Most have quite large atrium. So you know. Atriums can be used as places where medical personnel perhaps are based seeing people as they come in and all of the rooms function as these kind of isolation units because when people go and stay in hotels perhaps they just got married couples going away for the weekend with the children or whatever. There's a certain amount of privacy required so of course that means every room has to be kind of insulated isolated and in the context of the Kuban nineteen crisis. It's perfect because you have these huge corridors where food can be left outside the door on the person can be left within this kind of isolated units which is the room and the room of course always has on sweet facility so they can shower in the room they can they can wash can sleep. They can watch television. They have access to the Internet. So being used as a quarantine center hotels do that particularly effectively. And if we think of other buildings that might be used as quarantine centres. Sports holds for example. Those sports to be entirely reconstructed in order to become according t centers or field hospitals. Actually have to do a lot less of that in a hotel so hotel functions really well if you re purpose. Better very quickly. Can you talk a little bit about? How hotels were repurpose during the recent European refugee crisis. Yes in the case of the Modern Strategy Crisis in Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen of course you had millions of people coming to the European continent and sometimes they have to be held in camps but other times they will be held in hotels they would be kept in hotels and there are different Examples of this the biggest example of this is what happened in Germany because of course the vast majority of those those migrants that were seeking to leave places like Libya and Syria in two thousand fifteen twenty sixteen where we're heading for Germany on when Angela Merkel essentially said that refugees migrants are welcome. She was then faced with the problem of what we do with with these this sheer number of people and we have to hug them somewhere and the German government actually entered into to a number of contracts agreements with large hotel groups so that the refugees would be would be house. They're there for the short time until they could be genuinely can have incorporated insight into society. Could get jobs. They could then perhaps slipped from apartments of their own and so forth but the hotel not context played a really important role in managing that immediate crisis and that given the sheer numbers of people arrived in Germany at that time has actually been a a relative success story but it wouldn't have been possible without at the hotels the rule that the hotel played and not huge movement people and were the hotels still kind of like hotels or worthy Were they more like apartments where there wasn't necessarily like a counter where you check in a how was it different when when the refugees were housed in these places so basically there were two types of does the there were there were the ones that completely taken over. Essentially government contract German government paid grand city. Who tells for the use of these twenty two hotels and Berlin for example and what it meant was that the German government were giving to the hotel industry that finance for that so that they could continue to operate so the hotel for them at gotten teed more or less one hundred percent occupancy rates but they weren't really functioning hotels at that time. They weren't serving breakfast lunch and dinner and many of the staff that work there continued to work there. They were cleaning. They were making food for the DVD's and so forth but it wasn't functioning normal hotel however there were other hotels that we're actually allowing refugees to work there. I am and and training them and giving them skills. That would make it possible for them to work within German society. This happened in Germany. In Austria Hungary Belgium refugees were given an opportunity to train as Barman to train as waiters. Doing Silver Service and so forth so they needed to train and do something that would allow them to make a living very very quickly and again the hotel places this very important rule and did you hear stories about kind of what these places were like like. I mean it strikes me as potentially kind of suddenly turn a hotel into this very different function. Did you hear stories of just like what it was like? Like how did they feed people in? Yeah how did it work? I mean the difficulty with redeploying a hotel that and this was much less the case in Germany and other places locals were very suspicious of a large hotel being taken over used as a place to Thais refugees so in Ireland the Republic of Ireland for example you had a number of tales. That were redeployed in this way and lots of luxury. Hotels were built in Ireland prior to the economic crash of two thousand eight and of course after two thousand eight there wasn't a market the simply wasn't a market for them so the hoteliers had to find a way to use the space that they had so many of these hotels were were used as places to to house refugees. Sometimes there was some a lot of Suspicion coming from a local populations who weren't happy about this. They felt that putting refugees in a hotel was not an effective way to bring them into the society. You were basically isolating them from society. Created this kind of us and them a feeling but it was only ever intended to be temporary spaces three months six months and then there would be. It was part of a kind of wider redistribution program. Where the refugees wouldn't stay in the hotel for two and then we'd be moved on quite quickly but within the hotels themselves No they weren't functioning as ordinary tales. But there were there was catering air because that was part of the agreement with the government that there would be catering for the guests but it wouldn't have been anything like the kind of service that a normal hotel would provide in normal times right and then did some of those hotels go back to being sort of normal tourist hotels after they did because of course once the economic situation began to improve in in Europe after two thousand eight. You had the euro crisis by two thousand fourteen year after the beginning of this refugee crisis but really by two thousand nine hundred sixteen European economies are are a bit more stable and on many of these hotels. Go back to being exactly what they were intended to be. And is there anything about that process of converting back? That was interesting like they probably have to kind of clean and re maybe refurbish some of the rooms. I don't know like is there. A process years is actually extremely businesslike. And this is what's so interesting about the transitions that these buildings go through. Yes of course will have been the need to redecorate and probably and that was part of the contract with the German government. For example. There was a slice of money in there for for that be declaration to take place at the end because they knew that obviously it wouldn't be perhaps kicked in the same way as it would have been when functioning as a normal hotel but they just moved back to being. The space is that they were and used for the purpose they were intended for. These are business. Arrangements in essence. What we've seen in the case of the refugee crisis in Europe. The building is needed for a specific. Pd Time vitas tells US offered. At the German government signed or German Dutch Belgian government sign agreements to rent a hotel for that purpose. And then there's the as I mentioned a slice of money that's given to to to redecorate or convert the hotel afterwards back to being normal. Now there are some activists here in the bay area like San Francisco Oakland Who are you know? The governor here in California has already announced a plan to bring about fifteen thousand hotel rooms sort of into to being used to house homeless people here. We have a lot of homeless people in California but there are activists that are calling on the mayor of San Francisco for example to do to kind of go a step further and instead of carefully negotiating these deals with hotels to actually like commandeer them and that's not that's not a step that she is going to take. It doesn't seem but have you heard of of things like that happening. Where people use kind of like an executive privilege to take over hotels when they need to Yes they can be commandeered. In Times of crisis. Buildings like hotels can often be strategic assets because they often occupy strategic heights. They can be quite tall. Buildings particularly urban conflict in control of the strategic heights is extremely important so sometimes hotels can become endeared for that purpose. What we're facing now with the Kobe. Nineteen crisis is something really unique and in the context of the United States but example that to think that any politician could tell business or a hotel owner that they simply have to take the hotel and indeed it for that purpose is hugely controversial. We've never been. I think in a situation in the United States for that husband. Nicety certainly not in living memory. It was necessary during the second war. Lots of hotels were Komen. Deers I that has fueled. Hospitals are basis for video agencies government agencies. You want to move out of London. Cheating the bullets for example and they had to take over these buildings and turn them into something else for a temporary pedia until the war was over. So it's not without precedent but normally happens under the emergency powers at enacted in context of of conflict. Maybe you could talk a little bit about what you're seeing in terms of the coveted nineteen crisis like what kind of role you're seeing hotels. Start to take absolutely New York. I mean you had a triple agree. Nicer tells us and reduce the Plaza Hotel at yeah. They become temporary fumes hospitals but for non critical patients so as to basically take the pressure of the hospitals themselves. And then of course the four seasons in Manhattan which any ordinary time would be rather expensive place to live is now being opened up to healthcare. Workers in co hotels now are are being used in a number of ways. So they're being used primarily as quarantine centers because of course so many people have had to to leave the countries they may be working in or living temporarily or holiday and of course they then have to be put into quarantine for fourteen. So we've seen hotels opened the summit offering in fact quarantine packages where for fourteen days. You can go and live in rather nice folder. Five-star hotel fourteen days of coordinating. Their others are being forcibly quarantined by governments. So when they arrive back on home soil you then have to spend fourteen days in self-isolation. Is there something you get in these quarantine packages that is different? Like all your food can brought to your room or yes I mean. The packages are providing the same service as a hotel normally would although I mean. There's some people. I've spoken to have been in video tales adulthood. I'm the world of complained that the level of service is not quite what they would have expected so they always say the food on offer is not what it would be normal times. And so you're you're stuck in a beautiful room maybe with a Nice View. But you can't go anywhere you have food brought to your door. But as I say won't be of the same quality that that would've expected in such a hotel but that's a relatively nice way of being quarantined in some cases for example I spoke recently to a student from Bosnia. Who had been working in Germany as a researcher and how to turn to the bosnia-herzegovina and when they determined to him they were taken to this. One hotel in a place called twos love In Bosnia and they were to stay there for fourteen days they were basically forcibly held there for for fourteen days and this has been happening all over Europe those that retired. They simply have to submit me captain in isolation and what about homelessness specifically how are you seeing hotels being his yes in the case of the the UK The Crime Plaza Holiday Inn and therefore the Holiday Inn Express have a come to an agreement with the UK government and made of London? They've basically handed over hundreds of rooms. I don't know whether financial agreement was there but em those rooms will be available for the homeless of London and I have to say the homelessness was becoming something of a crisis in London and it was very noticeable over the last couple of years in particular so a real effort required for the UK government to try and get homeless people off the streets and of course they were hugely vulnerable and the situations that they were in but there was a big effort to do that and hotels were generally used as as places to hire a house the homeless and do you know in in those cases like were they moving homeless folks into hotels that were already showing symptoms or was it. Just a proactive. Let's get everybody inside so that nobody is as vulnerable to this as would-be outside well some European countries have been tasting far more Dunham than the UK the UK. The tasting hasn't actually been numbers. Have been quite Lou and so there was no time a new facilities actually to test people who perhaps were demonstrating any kind of symptoms even minor symptoms or early symptoms. It was just that they had to be taken off the streets and given somewhere to live given a roof over their heads for short periods so one would spread the disease and to might not be exposed to do with it and I be really interested to see what these hotels Luke like inside at the moment and what kind of services their art and to what extent those people are being looked after and that I do not know because it's impossible of course to enter into any of these buildings. It's impossible for me to travel really. I can't even go to my university. Let alone to one of these hotels for the purposes of Research. And what about to sort of like this scale overall around the world like do you feel like the number of hotels that have transformed into kind of responding to this crisis in some way would be more than we've maybe seen since one of the World Wars. I think we've never seen anything like this. Since the second model bore you've individual crises in individual countries or even regional conflicts. But you've never seen anything like this because what's happened here. Is that the. The hotel industry has into seriously damaged by this. It will take a long long time for hotels to recover for two thousand cover from this. So you can think optimistic -ly that we might get back to some kind of normality in terms of two dozen by twenty twenty one so that will be a two two season in two thousand nine hundred eighty one. You're looking at least a year's income lost by hotels. So of course they have to adapt and they have to become something else and they have to offer their services because otherwise they may simply go out of business and I think that perhaps those who tell chains that have offered their services. This particular time might be more favorably upon than those. That didn't if they need to be built in the future because of course the covert nineteen may end in intensity kind of intensity that would expediency at the moment but it will take a long time for life to go back to normal for people to feel that they want to travel again for boarders to open for the time. Being in many hotels will simply not be able to turn to business as usual and revert back to places where you have weddings and parties business meetings and holidays and so forth that can't happen in the countries that are really hit by by co in one thousand nine hundred. 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Strengths, Weaknesses, and The Power of Being Vulnerability in Community  (Chapter 9)

Design Speaks

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Strengths, Weaknesses, and The Power of Being Vulnerability in Community (Chapter 9)

"Welcome to design speaks the podcast that help you discover uncommon inspiration. So you can make more meaningful work. I'm brandy my co host. Is Julie Hyder? This week will be talking about the power of community and knowing your own strengths and weaknesses and being vulnerable so stay tuned for that coming up later in the show. Well Hi Julie. Hi So Julie. People may or may not know this but you are actually the CO leader of a local chapter. Can you tell me a little bit? More about the rising tide society yeah So the rising ties. Society is a an international group That is for creative entrepreneurs as a way for them to connect face to face each month with locals In their Tuesday's together chapter and also just a space for people to learn and share especially in in this unique niche of notches being a business owner but a creative business A totally different thing. Yet it is. Yeah so the focus really is On an community over competition in believing like there's enough for everybody and we all have reunions and do this together And then just like sharing your knowledge and learning from others and We have monthly meetings. Where all the chapters in the world? I think there's over four hundred chapters internationally which is amazing. That's a lot. Yeah it's so crazy and also I think we're only a little over four years old which is just like my book. There was obviously a need for it. Yes for sure. And that need really was like we all were from home or in a little office fire song and we need community really badly We need to see other people because we don't have co workers and so has your heart children. Yeah it's not the same So yeah so we Everyone meets monthly in their own city. And we talk about the topics in have group discussions And it's just a great way to see other people and hear from them and pour into the community. That's awesome so I I don't know how early on in in the group I started coming. I don't get to go as often as I'd like things to the schedule with the kiddos but I have gone as often as possible. And IT'S A it's a really. It's a really unique group of people and I really appreciate having that every month to to be able to go to during the day when I do have a chance to go. Yeah for the topic that we're talking about today about you. Know Teamwork and knowing your strengths and weaknesses and community and networking and all this stuff. I think that it's it's really appropriate to talk about. Especially because while one we all need it but to you know a lot about it because you've been sort of on the frontlines as a leader in in this way. I also am a leader in the creative community when it comes to AIG. A and I'll talk a little bit about that later but I really wanted to to let you kind of maybe take the lead a little bit more on this conversation because you are such a huge part of the the community of Tuesday's together and the rising tide society. Yeah it's something that I'm always excited to talk about. Because before I was leader I was just someone coming to the meetings and like not to sound overly dramatic but it has changed my life and so like I think it's something important Everybody needs to be connected in a good community and I've learned so so much through this group and you know you don't have to be a part of Tuesday's together to get this same stuff in your life so I think it's important that we talk about it and share like this is important. So how can we make this happen for you? So we'll talk about that more in just a little bit. I wanted to share my inspiration because I actually had something fun. As opposed to while EDANO. Sometimes it's maybe not so fun sounding to everybody else but a little more fun sounding so before we went to Europe. I re watched a movie I hadn't seen in years. I'm a huge fan of Audrey Hepburn. I don't know if I've said that on here before or told you in person but I'm a huge huge Audrey Hepburn Fan. People have actually told may look like her. Which I'm like you're crazy but they just my short haircut. Yeah so there's this movie that with her in it that I hadn't it wasn't like at the top of my list for a long time so it's called funny face. It's the sixty S and I watched it not too long ago and just really forgot how amazing it is so the thing that I really took away from it this time was. I didn't remember how colorful it was. And there's this scene so you've seen it I'm guessing yes the scene at the beginning with the editor coming in the door and I don't know why there's like eight secretaries but there's like as secretary sitting in this like semi circular room with these really like these color block doors. Do you remember this scene. Does this to you. I haven't seen it since call. Okay everything yes this state will will totally I? I had seen this movie. You know a few times and just for some reason. That's kind of how you know taking inspiration works sometimes is just not ready to receive it as we've talked about before but so the thing that I really loved was editor comes into this room with these colored doors and I I really liked the almost sort of primary colored palate in this clock like layout this room. It was just sort of bizarre and really cool. It added this really interesting vibe to the start of the movie and it kind of carried through. They talk about. They talk about color a lot and they use color a lot. There's a scene with Audrey Hepburn with these multicolored balloons. And there's a whole song about thinking pink and setting color trends and it was just really unexpected. The the Palette of that room and it kind of gave me this good sense of the playful quality that the movie was GonNa have after. I hadn't seen it for so long. Yeah so I saved a screen shot of it like I took a picture. I took a picture of it with my phone. Because that's what you do when you're watching. Tv Guess Screen Shot Life. Yeah I really liked the balance of the color blocks in this stark white room. And I've I just kind of tucked away. I'm still trying to figure out what I can use it for. But it seems like it could be a really fun layout with just like this caller block thing on this starving area of movies. I mean you can't say this across the board but many of the movies made in the sixties did have like a lot of like bold colors and they used it boldly like day really. Yeah interesting because there's this whole there's a whole other seen her as a beat nick and like this beat mic. Like club where she's wearing her like this signature. All black thing that she's become very not but so I think in my mind that was sort of what this movie was to me. Not Remembering it very well with just like this black and then when I watched it I was like it's so colorful and it's amazing. So yeah so that was. That was the inspiration for me. This weekend I love that if I cut Lehto. I've to go watch a bunch of movies now I really love charade and I really was Roman holidays Roman holiday. Yeah watched some oil. So I think it's time pay a Willer. They make a difference be close to physically go so distant alone and now say that was walls by Mat Kearney and roses. If you don't know by now I love Mat Kearney. I've brought him at least one or two. Other Times on this podcast. This song was a little bit different. Because it's a partnership duet. I guess with roses and it's impactful to have two people singing a song like this. 'cause they're like talking to each other and I honestly didn't plan this to work so well with today's episode. I was already planning on bringing the song but ultimately it's about not being ready to be vulnerable with somebody. It's really easy to let ourselves hide behind walls whether it's our work. Our fears our apprehension. Our idea of what someone else might think of us if we let them in and the thing is that our weaknesses make us human and this song is a good reminder to me not to me stubborn and to let people in especially when. I don't want to the lion. How could you be so close to me physically but feel so distant? We can all do this. I know that I do whether it's in my marriage relationship whether it's with my kids whether it's at a event where I'm in a room with a bunch of people but I feel alone and that's usually our own fault because we need to let down those walls and let people come in a little bit. These voices just make it a lot easier to kind of swallow the hard truths about what it's trying to communicate automatically. I wanted to start this conversation by just pointing out that as a basis. I think that designers need to understand that they are not an island and that they shouldn't even though if theoretically you know a lot of us are have like some sense of introversion and as you know creatives there is. There is an element of an artist in US and artists. Like to sort of be introspective and be alone and think deep thoughts about things but I think that we will if if we realize how much we can thriving community. It would be really amazing. Yeah and it. It's it's okay to I mean I'm an interior. It's okay to leak. Enjoy working by yourself and stuff like that But you do need some community in your life and also like a lot of times when you're having certain feelings or dealing with certain situations like it's pretty much guaranteed that you're not the only one you can work that out alone. Yeah and sometimes You just need to talk to somebody else who either has a different perspective or has been through the same place that you're at in. Can you give you like? Oh here's what I did or it gets better or whatever just somebody to talk to you like. It's so important and I think it's easy to forget like the rest of the world goes to work in an office and then like they're co workers but they're having interactions with people and like humans need that. Yeah Yeah I think I think that it. It's I think it's hard but it's really good for us to be okay with being vulnerable and sharing those things. Because you're right like Oh. I think that a lot of us would be surprised at how. I don't think it surprises me anymore because I have been a member of creative communities for so many years but I know that in the beginning it was like sort of a shock to me that I'm not the only one that you know is struggling with how to present myself to clients or how to format my social media or whatever it is yes for sure It's a community just helps in so many different ways A can lift your mood when you go and see people. It can create connections that lead to new an exciting work and collaboration. Oh yeah collaborations. A can lead to getting knowledged giving that outside perspective. I just hopped on the phone yesterday with a friend of mine and we didn't have anything in particular to talk about but I was just like. How's your week like what are you working on your business right now. And in the conversation she was like. I'm trying to make this really tough decision. My business like if I need to split it into two different things that are making pro and con list. It's I'm just not getting anywhere. I've been thinking about this all week and I don't know what to do so we talked it out and I was like. Here's kind of like what I see in. Here's what I'm hearing from. What you're telling me and by the end of like fifteen or twenty minute conversation like she admitted a decision And she didn't like have been weighing on her mind all week and just being able to talk to someone else and then like hopefully my perspective of what I shared with her gave her a little bit more insight and yeah like that issue she'd been dealing with for a week was taken care of in like twenty minutes. Yeah probably longer than a week knowing us. You know by the time we write it down on paper. We've probably already been worrying about it in our mind for a lot longer than Yeah and it's just like we just need that interaction in so many ways like it can help you with so many different things and also just for like our mental health That's something that we're dealing with right now. In in the current life situation of everybody being at home We still need to be in contact with people even more so. Yeah exactly even if he can't see them face to face like it's so so important to still have conversations and have that interaction and I I promise you'll like come away from those conversations feeling uplifted and refreshed and everything. Yeah so so. I'm the President for the New Mexico chapter. Fda so I have the opportunity to go to the national leadership retreats which is basically like a two or three day sort of gathering of all of the the board and President type people for all the chapters and something that comes up. Virtually every time that I go and honestly something that comes up every time that you know my local chapter talks about. How do we get more members? Is You know well. What's what's the value like. What IS THE VALUE OF AIG? A are what do I get out of being a member and it's kind of gone round and round in circles for so many years and this past years leadership retreat. They've they've kind of been shifting. They got a new executive director and they've been doing a lot of new really cool things but the thing that came out of it ultimately for me. That was the biggest. Aha Sort of thing was the value of of AIG and the design community is the community. Like yeah can you? And so. Obviously there was the main. Obviously there was all these. There was other side conversations about well should people need to be paying members to be able to take advantage of this and that sort of still being worked out but ultimately even if I have to pay a certain amount to have access to something that I need so badly that is valuable and that should be something that this isn't even me speaking as the president of someone who needs people to buy into to membership but as as someone who was paying member of a I J and I'm paid member of other groups before I became board member understanding that you're buying literally with money is buying into to so much more than you could ever. You know. Purchase with dollars. Yeah and I know that. Not every community costs money in fact most of them don't wishes why Jay's currently figuring out how we can still be sustaining while not charging for anything because they want it to be accessible to people but I think that having a place where you can not only commiserate and sort of work through problems but also kind of put yourself out there and share share your ideas to share even if this is a digital community you know share share your work on line and ask for feedback from people is something that can really help you super grow absolutely And you go out and like by webinars or Workshops and tutorials on all kinds of stuff But just like learning from other people from their real world experience getting different people's perspective. It's just really amazing. Lake when we hover Tuesday's together meetings. We have a topic that we talk on but the conversation just kind of goes wherever wherever reorganize wherever organically goes and. That's the space for people can ask questions and then you might get three different answers but the person asks the question can evaluate those three answers and pull little pieces from each of them be like. Oh Yeah I think this would work well for me and this fits with my workflow and different stuff like that and then also like you said just the value of sharing it. Just I don't know like you get this lake endorphins or something. I don't know it's like a nervous energy almost when you are sharing your experience your knowledge with somebody else like you. Just get this good ceiling. Because hopefully you're being helpful to them and you're not just like hoarding that information. Yeah that's funny I just yeah I just thought about. This is something I literally thought about. I hadn't thought about it before but the thinking about like the nervous energy I think that also going out into a physical community also really makes you better at. I don't want to call it the elevator pitch but it started the elevator pitch like understanding how to describe yourself and what you do to other people is like eighty percent of you know getting more business if that makes sense by doing that like every time every time. Amanda Tuesday's together and I have to introduce myself. I'm just I just want to shoot myself because I can. I do so many things and I'm I'm literally right now in the process of going through my story brand to figure out exactly what the most distinct way to describe what I do and I'm getting there but ultimately this is going is like going out into the community is a good way to kind of like test-drive how you introduce yourself in a in a group of people who understand how hard that is as opposed to going out in a group of people that are potential clients and doing this. I make sense yet for sure. Definitely yeah I remember so like I was a wedding charter for a long time and I remember when I decided to like. Make the switch to being an adventure. Lieutnant photographer and lake go all in and like that's all always going to do. I remember like saying that. Like introducing myself at a Tuesday's together and saying and I am an adventure wedding in lieutnant photographer adults like. Oh my gosh. It's said that latest got anyways like I was at that lake. Fake it till you make it like. I hadn't shot any adventure I was like I. I'm going to start calling making it into existence. Yeah and I introduced myself that way so that was like I dunno it. Just still remember that moment of like okay. I just said this to a room full of people so right. It's happening but the thing about that. Is that when you are involved with a creative community? We have all been there and it's like not so much pressure at least I don't at least don't think it is. It's still pressure 'cause it's still like Oh Dang these people have seen me here and I've said that I'm for different things. The past four months working working it out and like being able to tell people. Hey I'm still working this out. Yeah because we've all been there Yeah for sure and also does are the people that are going to rally around you when you are making big decisions. I mean you are trying to figure out like I remember when I did like announced that that's where I was shifting. My business like I had two people from that group like right away. Send potential clients my way saying like Oh. I think that these people barely fit for what you're doing and also like people are just coming like. Wow that sounds so cool and just encouraging me and I think that's like really what it's all about is like just having cheerleaders there for you to great. I have a friend who has been coming to Tuesday's together for probably close to two years now by her very first meeting she came in. She's a blogger and she was writing e-book and we always try to like go around and introduce everybody. Oh always always try to ask a question. It's just like is something that will get the Nike better. Yeah and so. The question was like something along the lines of. What are you working on right now? Early was something big. That's coming up in your business. And she was like. I'm amy and I am writing and E-book my very first book about like how to do hard things and how to like just start and overcome your fears and then a couple months ago like she stood in front of one hundred people and presented a lot of the stuff that she wrote in that yearbook to our Tuesdays together group and it was just like really cool to see lake full circle because when she said that. Um on her very first meeting like everyone in the room was like Oh my Gosh. That sounds awesomely ass. Tell us when it's out like we WANNA buy e book on so cool. I really need that in my life all that and so it's really encouraging for her. And so like she went on read that book and then for her to be able to like stand up in and give a presentation of the sub in her book. It was just go to see it. Come full circle of like at that point. She hadn't even started writing. It was just like an idea and she was like. I'm just going to say like this is what I'm doing. Everybody like rallied around her and everything so I think community is incredibly powerful And also motivating. Yeah definitely I feel that and I think that every time every time I go to any sort of creative community gathering whether it's you know I've gone to in the past creative mornings or there's been random things in albuquerque. We have like a coffin creatives obviously AIG and at American Advertising Federation. And obviously again Tuesday's together. I always leave feeling like more sort of energized. In what I do even though I always love what I do and I feel like I've given myself the tools to be able to do what I do. WanNa don't feel like it but just having having that sort of buzz around jazz like a little jump start has it's like oh I can still do this. Yeah so yeah I WANNA go back to what you were saying about like when you made your shift from you know the kind of target you were doing to the adventure elopement photography stuff that you're doing now where where sort of where did the. Where did this creative community come into play in helping you sort of make that transition your strengths and your weaknesses? That you're able to kind of. How did you work those out to figure that like your strength was really going to be in this realm? I think part you know just like learning through the years from this group I am one of the one of the most impactful meetings that we ever had and this was probably in like the first six months of the group so as long time ago but I and my and I know a lot of other people who are at that meeting have remembered all this time and it was about. How finding your niche and coming from a background of like previously working for people who like were very proud of the fact that they did a little bit of everything It was like somewhat of a new concept for me but that meeting in particular like just showed me the value in having a niche and like a really strong platforms. The get really the people that you most wanted to work with and have them as fulfilling experience and also being able to market more effectively and so that always stuck with me so when I like came across the idea that adventure allotments were a thing. Yeah I like realized that it really was like solving some of the pain points that I had been feeling and also is just like a really good fit for me and aligned with my values and so it's like the sun's really good but then there was a whole thing of like do. I just add that to our Mardi. Doing which at the time was like Invitation like stationary design logo design further small businesses and wedding photography so I was GONNA potentially be adding in like a forced thing and was like you know what I don't think this is a good idea. I think are really needs. You like hone in on this end goal in And also talking to other people in the community like there was someone who is kind of the pioneer in the industry. I like had a mentor session. With her in just talked with her for a couple of hours. And that gave me a lot of clarity as well. But Yeah so. I had to be introspective to know. Like what my limitations were and woods aligned with my values and what fell right and like. Whoa is attainable. So I think it's kind of a combination of like looking into yourself and knowing what's going on what you're feeling what's going to be a good fit for you but then also like turning once you kind of have an idea like you don't have to have it all figured out 'cause you won't then also just turning from there and and reaching out cheer communion saying like. I'm doing I need some help or like. Can you help me get clarity on this and stuff like that? So it's like an interesting combination of the two of those. Yes so I was thinking like when when we're trying to figure things out or you know you mentioned collaborating and things like that. I think sometimes we forget that. That's even an option until we are a part of community. Because it's like well I work alone. I own my business I you know. I run my own financial side. I do my own email campaigns like I do all this stuff and we we try to figure things out like. How can I do all of this in until we become a member of community and then we can go? You know what? Jolie's really grated SEO. And I'm really terrible at it. Maybe I don't need to figure all this out by myself. Maybe I can reach out and either you know. Give her some business or have her teach me or any number of things to collaborate and help you with the the areas where you might be struggling or week. Yeah absolutely I think. We're just like so self reliant because we kind of have to be doing right but yeah at the same time we don't have to be and so. I think it is really important to you to know where your strengths and weaknesses are an into reach out in some way Anything good good way to do that is a couple of different things so like a really tangible way of doing it just to go through your workflow and lake look at each of the different things that you're doing and see like A. Hey I need to work on like it could be. I have no idea like anything of us. You know or you could say it takes me longer than I would like for it. See Email people back. Email my clients. So maybe that's like right out a list of those things and see if you could either get health by learning from someone or just outsource it like there are plenty of people. Like for instance I. It's hard I like. There are people who literally just edit photographers photos and I found out people do that. 'cause that's the whole point. Anyone take a picture. The edit is where you really make it look it. I mean composition. Obviously but you know yeah. Yeah and so. That's like something that is taking up a lot of your time or you don't feel like you're doing a good job or whatever. Outsourcing is a great thing to do which I will fully admit is really hard for me to like. Let go But that's the thing that I put on my goals list this year is I am switching to having an editor and I'm also going to be outsourcing some of my other tasks that I don't really have to be doing And it would free of a lot of my time where I could be working on things that make a bigger impact in my business and I am good at doing so yet. That's just we'll make things go more efficiently and if there's something that you feel like you're inadequate or you don't have the knowledge they need like it's totally okay to reach out to people and say you know like the other day. I was working with a friend and she needed help with Seo. And I was GonNa Redo humane me just kidding but yes but really yeah. She was doing Or I was going to be doing a a facebook ad campaign and in the past when I did my didn't feel like I did a good job in a kind of a flop She knew how to do that in had really good success with it in the past. So we basically like hops on the phone and had two conversations than I taught her by Joe and she taught me about facebook ads and so as mutually beneficial and like we didn't have to pay to buy a course about those things. We're able to help each other owl and it's just like that's a great way to utilize your community for sure so. I think it's important to do that. Self assessment and also like It doesn't have to be like gesture workflow but also like looking at your personality like him and saying hey the some some weak points in like yeah my life and how I operate in so I need to figure out how to work around that. Yeah and there's nothing wrong with you. Know it's good to play to your strengths but all of us still have weaknesses even though we all have strengths. So it's like if you're only playing to your strengths and your knowing your weaknesses. They just become more week. And they become the Achilles heel or you know right now in all honesty and and we've already talked about it. We're I'm terrible at SEO. And I'm in the process of fixing my website and I'm not to the point of fixing my seo yet but have had to acknowledge that. I not only am not good at it but I don't really feel like I'm interested in doing it so when I'm weak at it and to I'm not interested so looking at those things honestly and thinking okay. So what are my options now? I don't have to be good at everything. It's okay because other people are good at things and I'm good at other things and discovering that through community is a really big growing point too. I think yeah and I think it's important like you said to like not ignore it like to knowledge that this is a weakness or something you struggle with and then like don't be afraid. Don't be ashamed to ask for help. He has like we all like. You said we all have weaknesses. Like there's nobody that's perfect or like some superhero rain And so like you may be weak in one area but just because someone else isn't weaken that same area doesn't mean that they're like superior to you or they've got it all together like but when you are connected with community a really good community like you'll see that and people will be willing to share anything. It's important for you to be vulnerable. I mean you don't have to like spill your guts. Everything being willing to share like. I'm struggling with this or like I have no idea audit you this and this is my weak point like what are my options for getting help with. Yeah it's hard for me knowing my any type to even approach people with. I don't know how to do this. And then on the flip side to like you can fill in other people's weaknesses. If you see someone struggling with something that either you struggled with and overcame or is the strength for you stopping in and saying like. Hey can I help you with this or like let's collaborate or let's trade ideas here? It's just a win win for everybody when you do that. Yeah it's something that I definitely got better at when I became an art director which is when we met was because up to that point I was you know kind of and to some extent still am working through this but being sort of a control freak because I do know how to do a lot of things and I like to learn how to do things and I like to be able to you know. Be The backup if for some reason the person that I need to do. This can't do it. But when you're in a position where you're directing a bunch of other people it's physically literally impossible for for me to do everything and I had to learn how to let go a little bit and be like well. You know what you know. Nikki is really great illustrator on. I'm not good at that anyway. So why why am I wasting extra time and energy on something that I don't like I'm not good at when there's somebody on my team or in my sphere? That is good at it and loves to do it. Yeah exactly. I think that it's hard to know it is. It's it's really hard and I think that if I if I had never been a creative director. I don't think that I would have been able to work that out. Because if I had just gone Solo preneurs business owner right from the get go. That would have just exacerbated the problem for me. 'cause we do have to do so much it's nice. It's nice to really be able to reach out to people to kind of fill in those gaps and maybe do portions of projects or you know goal reaching that we just have such a hard time with yeah and In the last probably four or five years I have connected with two different people where it was like. I kind of knew them like I'd met them a few times but we weren't. I wouldn't say we were like really good friends or anything. Yeah and I reached out to both of them at separate times but we had both bought like education like the same course and I just said like hey. Would you be interested in doing this? The homework for those together which the first time I did. It was like definitely a stretch for me as an introvert. Someone who doesn't like you. That served thing like. I don't reach out to people usually but for some reason I did and out of that like I did. The whole first of all How many of us have like by education and started it or not started. It never actually finished. I have at least six things that are about halfway or less than that finished. Yeah exactly so like we actually finished the course because we did it lady. Yeah Accountability and then we would sit down and do the homework together like once a month that way more fun yeah definitely was were fun And it was so great because like we could really help each other and just having someone else's input and perspective was really helpful and it definitely was worth fun and it was just a really great experience and both of those people are basically my best friends now. like they're also brandon. Just do homework. Yeah Yeah And so I think it's just like a really great way to connect with people and it's also like instead of you working through the course and like trying to figure out things for your business on your own. You're doing it with someone else. Any just feels like easier and you have a way to talk L. and you're seeing someone face to face which is a big deal to so or over. Yeah Yeah I do a lot of that too but I think it's like it. It is like a big step to reach out to be like. Hey person than I only kind of know like. Do you want to do this? Really incidents where to shop for real yet but it can be just really really rewarding and then like even though I'm done with those courses like I keep up with those people in check in say like what are you working on in your business right now like. What can we workshops together? How me solve your problems or brainstorm together or whatever and is incredibly beneficial for both of us. Yeah I think I think just to kind of start closing this up. I think that there are so many. There are probably way too many that we couldn't even talk about different avenues of looking for community. It really just depends on the kind of person. You are the kind of stuff you're interested in. If you want some recommendations we've talked about a bunch of them on here or you can find us on social media and we can give you some recommendations but the last thing that I really wanted to say in regards to this whole idea is networking and community. Should not be all about you. Think that as creatives. We can sometimes be a little self centered. A lot of it like we've talked about. We're working on our own. Where used to doing things our way when someone asks us like if we want to come to something or be involved with something. I know at least I know I do this to even you know this is a good reminder to myself. It's like well. How's this going to benefit me? Or How's this GONNA grow my skills as opposed to thinking about you know while what can I do you know? Shift the perspective to you. Know what can I offer? Yeah not in like I know so much. I'll go like bestow my vast knowledge on everyone there but more you know. What do we have in a group of people that we could share instead of just looking around at everybody and being like I'm here give me something? Yeah for sure I think you get out of community what you put into it so if you want to have real genuine connections like you have to be willing to open yourself up to that and you talk to strangers which that's like a really big hurdle for me because my natural instinct is to like just stand there awkwardly until someone comes up to but probably someone else in the room is feeling that exact same way and someone has only client. Yeah exactly I can't depend on the extroverts to start the conversation. The funny thing is I am an extrovert but in some in certain situations I kind of go end for over because I'm like I don't like small talk and so every initial interaction with the new person has to be small talk and so I kind of I don't know what to do. Yeah I mean honestly like probably most of us are in the same boat of like feeling uncomfortable in situations like that but then also that's like empowering to know okay everyone else's feeling the same way right now. Yeah let's get. How's the weather today out of the way and move on to some deeper conversations? Yeah exactly I wrote down this really funny phrase and I hope it doesn't sound goofy but I i. I think it's really important to be a part of community because it gives you opportunities to make your creative world a better place by not keeping you to yourself. Yeah no that's great so okay. Finally this is the actual conclusion. I think that we're really better together. If you have the opportunity to find relationships through networking which isn't a bad word. That's just organized community. You might be surprised at how much you actually have to offer. And how much you would be able to get out of it and fill those fill the gaps for people who who need something that you might have to offer. And maybe you find that you had gaps that you didn't know you had yes. It's like rocky. She has gaps and I have gaps and together we fill gaps watch rocky. No Yeah I do. 'cause my dad raised me like a boy. Yeah anyways it's Iraqi thing people rocky fans will get it but yeah there's we all have gaps. We all have weaknesses and when we can get together and share them then there becomes this. Common Language of being able to relate and Phil bows together so I think it's totally. Well thank you for. Thank you for sharing all the stuff that you had prepared. I I wanted to let you really talk a lot about community because I know how passionate you are and what a big part of it is in in sort of your transition to what you're doing now so I appreciate it. Yeah thanks for for picking this topic. I think is really important to talk about and really important to implement those great. You keep burning bridges away again that was walls by Mat Kearney and roses you can find this song and all the inspiring music. We share our music from design. Speaks playlist on spotify. Alright everybody. That's our episode today. 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"Welcome to the undisputed podcast i'm your host jenny taft podcast is the full show from today's episode of undisputed from start to finish they've got a busy slate so skip shannon let's to everybody come i just needed live from las angeles and then hail skip bayless shannon in the morning they go up and nobody really you know what happens when you play with fire you get burned by san antonio play with this fire you gotta stop still you know i do know it skip you gotta let this go man into do not over yet no i'm told well you're disappointment in what you gotta go i'll never let me let it go all right guys already going there really start this morning rights and that would be co why watch everyone is still waiting on the clause crucial decision yesterday chris broussard said it's close between the raptors laker now why is quote in dayton surging mode over his next team this morning on first things first star fred chris carter who has direct ties with hawaii camp that he expected announcement today in these guests live will choose well laker shannon i think you're right like ninety percent yesterday once you're back with wavering about what we did die they came back over to why they do that they got back girls back over that ninety four percent tile again okay i i think the thing i still believe he's going to be a laker 'em he's one of the all time greats a two finals mvp puts him in a very elite company to defensive player of the year puts him in the very elite company winning titles and to defer locales puts him in very elite company now the only thing left gift for him is how high kenny clan 'em if he would the breeds a small forward back a ron bird k d y you know that's where we are able to do that you 'cause that's what we hit it any says you know what order for me to really get their appreciation oh let me go we're a little league the guy when he said i don't think he's saying that but that's what i'm thinking because i appreciate you getting the most over hyped players that what i'm talking about right and he said he was appreciated about because kill babies believe leeann even after what he did winning the finals mvp helping toronto because you and i both believe toronto's not getting to or winning bnb avon would ask why among the most laker what did you tell me without injuries oh gas light clay yeah tiny that but still the head and they were put in like in the top ten oh no no no no i'm saying how hot because see you just looking at it temporarily you look at it the short term but that's not how mia why you know everybody calling why now they're looking at why like no no go zone this is like three years we're projecting we're looking at a kobe shack situation that what we hope imposed bailing god we look look rod is not gonna be there for another seven eight years we know that's not gonna and book but anthony davis twentyseven why think just turned twenty seven twenty eight and so we got five seven eight years skip to win multiple multiple multiple we could be twenty before it's all said and done before morning twentyfive we could have twenty titles titles maybe with the lakers so that's what he's going through skip this this gut wrenching for him i believe had they not won the title there'll be done deal quiet already be a laker but the poll the poll of having to having one that into like man how do i how do i say goodbye after this we've never seen a finals mvp leave after they won the title not immediately after in that's what that's what would actually happen but unfortunately unfortunately for you fortunate for me why by break that cycle that break that tree he's gonna be the first finals mvp deal after winning the war dead yeah okay apparently yesterday because what you thought you thought the earthquake no gwob tell me the toronto coming back really shocked house should get all the wild weather wow that's some richter's that night when i got like a fifteen on the scale really we built the way you really epicenter in toronto after motivate went after some morning you know you always tell me i wanna see that same energy i i'm not seeing the same energy from you today that i saw yesterday 'cause you you've escalated yesterday you were downtrodden you sinking in your seat lip will start in the fall there i'm hearing all the reports and hey i'm gonna remind you that rick bucharest that right there two days ago and said man he's gonna tronto that's the first i've heard of that house like whoa really then we had jaylen rosie sbn say ninety nine percent in the way of frank guy sola veteran nbc reporter tweet yesterday during our show ninety nine point nine percent toronto in shannon sharpe is starting to sink in that chair over there 'cause i was thinking it was even their even man i knew the summer rival santa monica monica boulevard and so i feel very comfortable i wouldn't go below ninety percent then by may have fifi moving very slowly being very connected i he he is he is former agent is now was age right right go ahead good read a good thing okay so here we are in day six of these nb eight held hostage by this man an at the rate were going to me even though are man cc says there will be a decision today who knows what this guy might do would you be shocked if he held this decision all the way until the day before camp so now what is he capable of doing them not to do say everybody's calling him why now maybe it's because it's why do you do that why do you do this and why did you do that right 'cause i'm asking why why why did he do that why is he fly all the way to the toronto why would you do that that was your first question and then you tried to flip it over on its head and say well wait a second maybe he's man man man in the mail and know that what he would've night ida odds are in toronto really forty five five hours hours to do that when we get that whole city hopes up again where you sit there and miles of people we were down down at the hotel right now would you would you do that to those people would you would you get them back to the edge of their seats again and we're going to have a second championship season and then you're gonna jump that rug out from underneath on would you do that to them do what why why why that's the question what was he doing due diligence he understands what's at stake here this is the biggest decision fish in his life yeah where he's going to be playing for the better part of the mix for eight years in so you can't take this decision lightly and he's not doing that okay so i'm gonna say what i said yesterday one more time he has turned free agency into his version of load management because you can't tell in windows play and you can't tell in windsor decide on free agency either he plays when he wants to he decides when he wants to so he's going to play this for all is worth it's it's worth because he wants to show everyone i do it my weight on my own timeframe that's what everybody should be okay well should they get really yeah well that's free disrespectful to the clippers and maybe that maybe first of all skip why limit have to make a decision in the best interest of wild later these organizations will always do that's why they traded break blake griffin and would they they traded lake they were worried about what was best for blake they traded tobias harris they wasn't worried about that the lakers they they traded lonzo ball and be i josh heart and the number one pick they weren't worried about those canada regrets notable notable that don't pay that is gonna pay a dividend okay yeah they don't believe in immediately skip bayless okay so let's get back to what are man chris carter said this morning really dealing news that that is broken in the statement that i watched the clip of an read were prepping for are show obviously while his is on daily news is he does say the decision is coming today now again almost every veteran nbc reporter has been wrong at some point along this trail you can't predict this guy at all no but chris is pretty plugged in so all okay i'll i'll buy that much but you're leaping to the conclusion that kristen saying lakers win if you really break down what he said on first things first he's he's actually just stating his opinion it's the best thing for number two it right to come back to california and play the lakers because the quotas for why this is about which organization is going to support his quest to be the best player in the world and get as many championships as possible right okay i'll give you that in this this is chris again to me they only seen the president's that is the lakers i believe there's going to be an announcement today but but he's not connecting those dots to the mountains okay the the first part is just his viewpoint maybe it's a very educated guess on his part because maybe he's hearing that point of view from inside these number two if you don't mind me asking winkle wild limit told the spurs but i'm not coming back what do you recommend betrayed into so but you're point it was reported that one of the questions that you ask magic johnson when i became available beer trade and you guys try and trade for me mhm magic as that absolutely he was you know he was warning being like he's warning now were you willing to give up assets for me or do you are you trying to wait this thing out so i would just come you magical shorted no bra you know you see what we try to get the eighty we would have been willing to give up a bad similar package for you so with that being said he wanted to come his original request what's i want to be a laker now he has that opportunity request wasn't toronto raptor why burs in your hand brooklyn okay but speaking of bird in hand they only bird this really in hand is toronto fc only one he knows for sure what the doors open the cage with open okay by the way oh is he get okay about the go but again the tried and true is this day correct because there's all kinds of x factor in going to the lakers because number one i we got restate be the case that has not been made are we saying rob linka is now gonna be executive of the years that were were heading know lebron brian james is he well he could be you know who am i gonna get my i got player okay so if i stop playing on that one that means were back to magic johnson quitting on the lakers highprofile calling the media together because he said he got back stabbed any indicated it was not only rob linka but jeanie buss was involved in while you keep bringing up also okay it's not all stopped its current stuff that we have a two happening okay here in this what you also seeing a reporter that at some point in time time that jeanie buss was so upset at rich paul and lebron james and click she brought about trading lebron james if you're a traitor lebron james comey probably not do you think they were gonna be in position mcguire linen mayo well if she in fact thought about it what do you like do you like joining that organization run by her who actually thought about trading him she had you like it eh a she with jay genie you gotta change of heart oh happens give you is if you look there have been times that you like you know what i should do this and do you have a change of heart and it's the best thing that's ever happened okay had a change are the best sheets ever did was not trade that guy okay so now the new guy is thinking about soul searching about should i join an organization that just a few weeks ago was considered maybe the biggest laughing stock in the history of the nbn we've never seen anything it was a sitcom like an unbelievably bad sit guy right as well and you're thinking about signing on for years for years with that grew i come help us laughing bill okay they were laughing at us temporarily yeah well if the person that laugh laugh well allowed is okay and you're thinking about playing with lebron james and if you do your homework it's been hard to play with no one's not yesterday they either get the title oh hasn't have three and six certain oh you gotta get there right and yeah there a lot of people but i would love to get their unique east right now lakers did they just moved maybe you could move the lakers i don't know that possibly maybe that's part of his as well as he ladies negotia i wanna make sure i'm hearing you correctly because part of me because you know i'm kind of still shaking about the trip things happened yesterday in six point faith and little by this morning so maybe i'm not here and you're correct or you say if the loss angeles lakers cycle why leonard impair him whip lebron james and anthony davis regardless of who they fill out the roster win they're not winning the title and i don't know i'm not that i'm definitely not sold on that but i'm no i'm just saying he has to weigh in his decision it's difficult to play with that guy in it's even more difficult when that guy in his new one eight that he just moved heaven and earth the get out of new orleans stopped their low clutch sports flying unsettling clutch you you are going to try to do already tried to vote defenseman you're trying to fill seaver discord this even before hallett ballot is not reality why he is soul searching as we speak he's thinking gee do i wanna be the third wheel the two guys if that's the case this one i'm who will demand if you if that's the case it's so hard to play with lebron james andy phone kevin ran fit so toxic why would you even give it well that's a good question i dunno because the goat column is always needed aid scapegoat now i don't think it's going to be anthony davis 'cause he's a clutch man i made me me why the hell would i wanna go out on a date with medusa when already know which means if lebron james everything that you're telling the people why we why even do that well he sold search on the phone ron's got medusa salvat gun and do what you need to stop if he does you everybody not everybody wanna eat the word now when he finds his name on the dotted line for the lakers everybody go with that oh i can't believe me platelets no no i would they have let nobody won the cy play with lebron james that energy everybody and you know who you are out there i will next fame energy that's ahead when no one would then get paul george last year outdoor they wanna five waiting he went the okay feet and paul george kelly can he'd play with russell westbrook explain that the only reason i wish paul george all the best is the force feed from here forever more i don't know why but kyrie just finally said i can't take this anymore you saw what we have a you saw what happened in the gallery so nice k became a very very abundantly clear for me crystal clear mhm that lebron james member the problem oh he was the problem the problem now so so what did you take the problem with the boston no but that has kyri it'd be a leader in enough himself but it did it it still doesn't on invalidate what happened in cleveland which is why he just finally said too much drama what happened was we may carry a household name what happened well he made himself a household name by making these shot in game seven to win lebron did he final title bottle it has filed so what would what would he do in the poll the wrong button piddling around a big learning how to play alerted authorities now say if you took michael jordan jordan wild the learn how to play what did he got gotta be talking about of late in that game over so that brings me back to deport clippers in i just book i'm i'm gonna reiterate that we heard several reports early on that the number two team which pudding each of these three possibilities tuesday loyalty test remember this loyalty test will you leak of course magic just leaks like a sieve valley where they they they put that out there that really should be after yes dale magic magic would have kept battling along i so they only team that we didn't hear a peep from was the clippers they played it perfectly they played it right down the middle of the way they were required they were asked to play it they played it correctly in where did he get them apparently no play they couldn't they couldn't say anything could they were crime now when they came to the realization that will go get it they do crimes here though they've really yup going west celebrating so clearly the clippers have when when you say a better coach than the lakers have would you go okay okay did do the clippers have better management yeah there's like a hundred times bad times better dreary west is the rouleau go through the ownership is you know starting with steve bomber that deep pocket that he is is that highly successful mario yeah and and again and i like genie lot but what is she done enough herself well she she inherited right in what did she do i wish he did now that she got everything in order okay it all all the the from head coach to the management or ownership ship all knows thing that you were say at a true but at the end of the day and purple coal now you won't their legacy i mean do we even know who the best player in clippers history is but i can tell you you know koby you know shack and you know the logo you know terrain you know magic you know elgin and you want to name when that you won't number two when you look up there because you know they were right magic magic vinegar hanging over to up they're just not there when he region we talked about oh they're gonna they're gonna come back probably thirty years now do you have those core roseby it'll be great look up there like may really look over there and the bra we did a big big bro yeah so they're they're gonna hang us a two six anna twentythree clearly we already destined for the rap rap oh maybe the rafters or the raptors maybe never out of the rapid orders yes i know that bill hospital though so what what now leads you to be so happy i wanna know what which i just feel comfortable yeah i just feel confident feel very confident because no reason no rian a great night sleep last night and mild with peace night before i would listen to you i had heard all the info now everybody's talking about done deal you're going back are lacking bill asleep great they woke up like two hours and just hosted or like who kept checking my phone is like okay breaking news in some good so i have renewed oh okay so we've gone from done deal laker to done deal raptor yes right there to what now you you think it's a done deal for the lakers i feel very comfortable yep you're very very calm end you're percentage is up to ninety eight down about ninety five ninety six ninety six j k ninety six point oh not a six point two ninety six points is wrote that guy went to we have shannon sharpe at nine going up to in we're just a little bit before what time is it for ten o'clock i'm rob believes it's blocking out the i believe six pm eastern hank that is when the other we have a decision but really yeah the earth will move senior hopefully not literally okay okay go moon yeah go where they have that will be stop it or they don't feel really hey if you're going to register on the richter scale from your place right yep okay we're gonna call they got editor box i'm telling you know the police will be called to be addressed at if everything's okay yep everything's okay does france by the just me celebrating in what what if on be what percent chance that three point eight percent chance no wait what was it ninety better benefits four to three point eight and chance yet it's toronto will happen at your place it might be round i felt bad apples galas okay i i i'm not look i'm not i don't think like that scale i put all the positive i never thought would i go into a ball game they were gonna lose i never thought that we're gonna have a bad game okay won't those spots deceive until i got so i'm not gonna allow you to plant those kind of feeds okay so if pertile so okay i wanna see the same energy one day the y y you so carpeted betty not go to the lakers i'm just amazed i in my career i've never seen anything like done done deal to be done deal over here we're we're in the middle so you might have about his name all regards right okay all right well there's in free agency would love to get a decision namely demarcus cousins maybe even danny green ron and all the rest of us are still waiting to see if why will be his new teammate previous reports say why did not want the play with lebron only against him but you could that be on the verge of changing tarp out kendrick perkins is here yesterday burke says the king was mickey well what the law the lebron would not have a problem with twelve passing the torch to cry in westboro title all right shannon we know you want why on the lakers but do you think lebron's legacy would actually be better with or without quiet as a teammate titles there'll be the way i believe people minds made up skip bayless we we debate this quite frequently says there's nothing that lebron james can do that's gonna change his opinion they say he's a better player than michael jordan and for a lot of large segment of the population they feel that exact well he won the next six straight champion i don't know because you're gonna say michael jordan was six foot six he didn't lose any one six finals mvp in in lebron james had the worst meltdown of any great player in the history so that's not gonna join that truly i dunno does not just an issue of talk you're speaking no doubt up to me could bring you so i believe that lebron legacy will be impacted either way he guac com why doesn't come winning titles that's that's what it's about so he's four and six in finals he's five and six six and six that's great yeah he went the twelve time but michael joined the lose any so there's some there's some people in their minds made up and there's nothing that lebron can do to change that but for me at the end of the day lebron can't worry about that why can't worry about what people think of him if you join lebron in eighty that can be the issue because we've seen teams they're great players together is just that if teams do it somehow the favor convince where the team to that's what they're supposed to and everything's okay but for me i don't see how this is a a how this is harmful to lebron's legacy if you were to win win at the now if he doesn't win now gonna be like wow you had three of the top six sox seven players at one time when the roster three of five go ahead okay if you have top three of you whatever you whatever water safe skip bayless i love all of you told me that when you told me why the closer anthony davis at thirty four games over five hundred and now all of a sudden we got larry bird got larry bird kareem abduljabbar i'm only listening to you you're the expert yeah but you listen to be whatever i say that the tie you men now you would have come back you're breaking up but at the end of the day skip we've seen lebron james produce at a at a level than we've seen no other player produce that is specially this deep into their career yup so why you can't look we don't do we do we don't need the get you know twenty seven when product but like i said we might want that thing all the way down to twenty three ten eight twenty three ten and seven of what we do and what can you imagine the eat the shots so he'd go give it easy shot but it doesn't have to work he has the factor in skip you know hey i've been nick a lot i got load management let me give somebody brother helped me lift the weight mm everybody needs a spotter when you don't win you know you got a lot of which you animal maybe wait yeah we we have heavy weight over here i know what i can handle eighty now hit that right there why so you know you celebrate the seven feet right showtime my turn here's you'll did need a spotter once in my life and i ruptured my biceps tendon thank you very much too much weight older he didn't spot in you're not supposed to inspire back machine upside down from spotting a chest press right yeah you ever tried that the okay see you had too much weight on this game you see that's the difference between you and i know you go to the gym lift ego and then i go to the gym believe wait stimulate not allow a late rally where you wanna go emulate an annual now loser barfield i did in it's a bad deal it's it's worse knee killys maybe go ahead my turn here's to her this is stunning to me because if if you love this man is much as you'd say that you do want a daily basis you should be rooting for toronto now no because this this cannot help his legacy this is going to cement the fact that he's the biggest front runner in indy eight playoff history he needs help on top help on top of help giving d wade bosh and pat riley right pat riley wouldn't go well he was the overseer of operation right now and same thing with ron one nbc saturday at no it wouldn't get i wish you get one okay you still one in spite of erik spoelstra who's pretty great i really agree ho siegel he all right i don't know everybody goes all february i dunno but the point is that obviously most of be basketball world would be far more impressed if lebron james actually managed to go win another championship or two with only anthony davis in not with anthony in number to ride it it's like math it's just do it with two instead of do it with three it's just highly more impressive right you'll be three times more impressive without number to know why you're just being stubborn you're just trying to sweep this under your car i'm not trying to sweep it under the carpet skip but i'm saying the thing is that we've seen teams have three great players okay now maybe not to this level but the celtics okay just remember what just happened to you man lebron james he just missed the playoffs okay for only the second time in his career since his rookie year yes okay in remember he activated activated he announced i'm activating into playoff mode did he not give back on what february the twentieth he activated and what happened after that they lose twelve of their next fifteen games that's activated lebron that's the go that's the best player on the plant you look he's saying he was activating but what i believe he's tried to do with this because he knew he was honored percent healthy he will try to convince himself i need the get myself in this mindset that i'm in playoff mode in order to he'll get this team to where we ultimately way and then what happened didn't happen they finished eleven games behind the clippers eleven games they wound up what thirty seven and forty five with him activated that's where they finished in the games he started last year they were twenty eight and twenty seven one game over five hundred that that's a stain on your legacy it is it's a stain if you're that guy in all of a sudden it looks like you have to compound found that it looks like you have to dig your way out of that by making simply the weakest move in india india hit have to go get anthony davis an number to go get the current finals mvp on top of anthony davis the most people consider a top five look that's what teams do you what he means do teams do it all the time oh they're constantly in search of trying to find the best players that's why they don't have a problem teams don't have a problem trading players okay but this this is even weaker than joining forces with dwayne wade and chris bosh six chris bosh from his time in toronto he wouldn't consider what top whizzy top fifteen maybe that morning joe anyone if you ain't got yeah yeah okay but he wasn't considered a top five now it's anthony davis the pr r p e r prince right also the pr prints and a lot of what apple now but the point is you're you're joining forces with those two huge chase both up yeah but but they're not i mean he anthony davis is good pr that's what you told me he's thirty four games in the file under why leonard he was taught above the spurs he's really not that good he blows he should've went bottles mvp so by your standard they're just regular guy by you're standard you've already called them two of the top five other players in basketball to top five top six yeah there's somewhere around there up around there yeah you're already told me top five now what are we we know we got one okay so we would not be the biggest favor in the history of dnb eight which is another way of so okay we know that's my opinion on unquote on european but yeah now or most people's opinion you wouldn't it be considered why but let's just go in vegas is opinion they would say the biggest favor that they would be one of them i don't know i think if they were to play together year win the title and then come back next year they would even bigger favorite kind of like what golden state each year the golden state played together they became more and more lopsided other favorite so i believe that's what this would be a it's i mean you gotta put three guys together that's never really played together that they do have very different skill set and i believe it will be easy 'em will find out how good a coach frank vogel and jason kidd and lionel hollins will be among men in this together oh you have great talent is more it's not so much about the nose is about eagles is about a distributing the basketball keeping everybody's personalities in play on the court what's best for the team and they let all the outside still go and cause everything go take care of herself we know who the biggest brand you and then it goes accordingly accordingly okay would you be more impressed if lebron one next year's championship with only eighty or what they d n number two i won't boba okay but what would impress you more well i'll be winning on all items were already go title you're seventeen where okay i width or without i'm telling you yup yup i can't i don't feel scenario what why is not in the lakers uniform so right now my brain can't profits oh he'll be not just because you you know what you'd have to admit you would be highly more impressive with only one of the two superstars camp right i told you what what's gonna happen i say within his first two years he gonna win the title you said no we got cases building now i'm a i'm up at one oak why which i'm ninety two point ninety six point five ninety six point five ninety six point two five know it went up the five yeah she must be because there's nothing there's no money to give full immunity yeah appeal of real goes okay the real good so we get a why which i'm you know getting pretty close to a hundred percent thinking that we will oh within the next three years we'll have to and so the broad james okay to okay well that's highly unimpressive to me because that means that you were so desperate and you're seventeen you needed to other top five players to win you're you're next championship but you impress everybody keeps telling me he stepped off a cliff and nobody says he yeah yeah yeah you and rob parker the numbers don't have the same impact that's what you told me while i'm they only number i know is twenty eight and twenty seven which is what he was okay order last only nobody knows what is the what's it called titled number three and six is only a lot of big is it before and say okay four and six as a prohibitive favorite you like that love it really yeah so i'm gonna ask you one more time when michael jordan in his prime have chased to other superstars no i've been stop that you don't see this is this is what i won't people to get to stop doing well michael wouldn't have done it well look look at the way you raise you can do things the two pairs this to you that doesn't mean they're bad parents that doesn't make you even better parents just become see i don't know how it came to this bet if michael jordan didn't do something it is terrible skip bayless disqualify him as a golden bear that's what it is over it's the funk well first of all if the earth moves in number two signs with lebron it's over it's over it's over it's over on the goat the snow is over over over them here disqualified of qualified always it was not already you're facing so that's what i'm saying you can't even bring it up it it would be embarrassing to the show oh or stephen rail blazer you again that jerome which we will get louder go to give me getting closer now it'd be getting closer skip bayless four five six you keep going like my like in miami the first big i did not for not five he he got all the way we get hired evan how about not seven we are i wanna hear not seven we are getting to five okay five and six we will get the five and six six and said she came do that five hundred but other than that i mean that that's that's where i mean that's that's russell ask is it that russell lebanon what yeah i know but six and six doesn't sound like a living well good doesn't that sound good sound well entering welby six twelve twelve mb finals in what would that be like seventeen eighteen years in really talking about help a lot of help you guy had to ninety six you got hit three of the top five defensive players and maybe no they put real thrill five olivier team rodman pippen and jordan in ninety which you grill okay i'll do it to you know they had heart but good luck you know he's pretty good yeah speaking of locking down right i'm putting you in at ninety six point no i think he went to like ninety eight ninety eight big or anything like that all right next up gentlemen andre iguodala says although gas has a ton of respect for lebron there's another superstar who is actually more difficult to just ask you is the toughest layered the garden state said the bronze able to make all of his teammates and take them to another level in terms of their flag dissolve teammates like no other player i've seen the bronze able to do that and get three points which scared of health so it's kinda like you're on the island with him but overall variety is the hardest i had the guard standing what is this tell you oh biggest would be like a window wicket kobe possessive kobe might be the second greatest offensive player we've ever seen now we exclude will firm all conversation because it's just not there with the number what he did but when you think in in in you know outside of will you go michael go colby maybe james harden not what he's done over the last three years skip so i get it a but it's just hard for me that you know i would look at the regular season 'em lebron averages twenty twenty eight points a game on forty nine percent shooting kobe kobe area twenty four and forty three percent shooting lebron james in the finals against you if thirty one eleven and a half in eight i'm missing something schutte and he said the guy can still give you thirty get all of his teammates symbol by system the basketball it rebounded and but he said kobe's harder harder guard kobe they more volume shooter in what kobe's gonna be able to do is get when you put that many shot you're gonna get a lot of shots to get some shots they go in and they're gonna look since ational and doing it you know kobe's gonna bump in pumpkin pump fake pump fake fall away and hit a three pointer and people like oh my god he's gonna come he's more acrobatic endear been lebron is the brunt of it locomotive when he coming downhill had the women and children 'cause bad things that happen kobe's is seen as more elegant more graceful more baryshnikov with a basketball valley you know dance and you know kobe give just like hanging in the air is so graceful abroad like bull in china shop wreckage though and that's what we do okay for me i don't look at it and it's life care because when people ask me people always ask me she knew the heart the toughest you have a win against it when i tell it like who the guy they gave me the toughest problems skipped cover me in the reason i got to the hall of fame with albert louis kansas city who is an all pro corner and then they bumped him inside on the slot in he was a lawyer six to about a hundred ninety pounds he was long range and i never knew what i'm gonna get some timely repressed me some time playoff sometimes he would feather but i never knew what i will get this what i knew i said i consistently beat him i could make it to the pro bowl in the sky's the limit so every year every year i go into the game i gotta beat that guy nobody else would have a chance so i get it for four eighty nine kobe is spectacular i'm not arguing that but the brunch and take this as a slight because if i'm a defensive back to tom brady taking a slight if i say peyton manning it's hard to prepare for drew brees negative light you know teachers own but we know what to grief from akron we saw an eighty you finals mvp because they held amanda thirty six thirteen in that that's what you got you got the bottles mvp that's not why why you gotta know sorry the my turned to her mom in andre iguodala just stated did they blatantly group painfully for you hobbyists 'cause this is very obvious to me it's a simple exists in basketball terms koby bryant was cold blooded killer he is second only in that regard guard to michael jordan in in basketball terms lebron's intangibles have never quite measured up to his injectables his mental toughness has never quite equaled his physical gifts and he's extrordinary behind the hell he got more game winning shot the kobe might you know let's just not true drone well it's just everybody knows when the money is on the line you want the ball and kobe's were number one michael's hands then kobe's saying you don't want the ball in lebron's hands with the money on the line in let's get back to why is he did win the mvp what do you mean lebron james we just talked about legacy he had the greatest legacy opportunity in his entire career back in the twenty fifteen finals in game four in his house because he was pulling off extrordinary what do i always tell you the most impressed i ever was whipping uman lebron james was in games one two and three of of that finals the first golden state cleveland finals and again he's he loses kyri at half i mean the before overtime yup in game one and he'd already lost obviously kevin love so now he's down his other two stars in he puts that team literally on his broad shoulders in carey's them through one two three two two games to one league with game four in the kings palace in cleveland this is opportunity opportunity because if if you close that deal that night you're up three to one you're heading from mount rushmore man because you're about to upset the team that had these mvp steph spurlock unity fear clay made the all star team that year end dream on was first team all defense okay so you're about to upset that team that is legacy achievement that is the one where i sit back and say wow lebron that was greatness because that was hard and remember he was just usage rate was off the charges he just dribble the ball up the floor and shot the ball every time in golden state could not deal with him in what happened in game four a strategic move was made by one steve kerr what was that you know what i saw something from iggy in game three i think i might just stardom denied uninsured him in are starting lineup in what happened lebron came up small little rich paul that night right and we did he came off a little rich you've got a big guy no no in lebron go seven of twenty two that night he goes one for four from three he goes five of ten from the free throw line this is this is the money game man you've got it you lose it by twentyone you lose one oh three the eighty two at home and all of a sudden it's two two and then it's three two golden state and then it's forty two golden state and it's game over so you had the opportunity but who shut you down in that game not the big picture in that game andre iguodala did a number on you and by the way while you scored twenty points trump's are twenty one points that night he scored twenty two and he made four of nine threes and he took the game over on bola yeah he he contributed biscuit but if you look at it the regular season and postseason kobe averages twenty four points six rebounds four and a half a sea of shoot forty three percent but brian is twenty nine seven rebounds any doubles be assist total and while shooting forty nine percent i just believe that when you look at in kobe is more of a nice one on one player that's not what in an egg and made that abundantly clear the brunt of the guy they tried goals i tried to get others involved tell them player how lebanon what they're accustomed to playing it but he's still give you thirty we'll send it back over making somebody's been covered makes himself but i got no problem with that and kobe is good in one of the ones that if you were just talking about harder to guard period end of story i i just think a great big man is harder the guard denigrate little man but that's that's doing russo firm okay unless you're also seven feet tall and you're good on defense then you garden done right and nobody nobody we've never seen a package like that like who like light look ron oh i thought you meant like mailman billing infielder court like magic now but we will stay there is not another will do that and that's why i said you have to take it like one on one you gotta take will out of the equation because you have a hundred and fifty mil fifty point game so we can't do anything about that okay i'll be sixty point game but look i'm not his skill guard at both i'm not here the taylor who who he should be saved up i'm just saying the numbers but what you feel is what you feel you know look i i wanna give some great guys played against rod woodson mark kariya's some guy in the hall of fame at the fake ronnie lott but the guy gave me the problem with our louis so don't tell this guy i guess that i'm not saying that he's not great i'm just saying the guy the calls me the most problem though i'm not here the yankee you say kobe okay co video but i'm going to i'm taking the leap so shannon sharpe just put him in the same with kobe and lebron no no i shan't no i didn't think that observation wife shannon and our louis why why why do we do the other tribe of allergy say there have been great players it up late against someone that people might not think is the one that calls me the most problem okay now we gotta finish this off by what happened at the end of game three in lebron's house in twenty eighteen it was the second game three against kevin durant's in the golden state warriors in with a lot of time left early with about twelve seconds left in the first the first game three when the second one eighteen load up when they had the big leaving mckay let the comeback combat wasn't whichever one it was the end of the one of the gifts that i look this up out of the gate okay that might be cleveland twentyseventh to where we will be doing okay oh yeah we were there were there okay so it's the end of game three the first game three against kevin yet falls in ban it's a three point game and lebron's got a three point shot the tie it and not only did he knocked the ball out of his hands but he knocks it off lebron out of bounds and makes lebron just look pretty silly but here's availing skip if you if you if you remember he could do the same thing who dame lillard remember well i know that was later but this is the first time i saw yeah okay but the thing is she knows there's only like two or three second okay so he knows the bron have the best of all it's not sure it's twelve wells 'cause he shot with ten yeah but he knows he gotta give it a shot of just if he misses libre on these these offensive genius city is why wouldn't you pump fake on the vodka and why wouldn't they say oh seriously by water pump they could have gotten a three point foul oh lord have mercy of them shooting three free throws the tie but but here's the things you did leave the seat so even if he had pump fake is not there and it's not like you jump nikki ageing knows i i don't care how great you are skip you gotta bring the ball to a shooting position so the ball's gonna start here from the beginning he knows that so the process of bringing the ball up here's his hands in the mall by the bronx rather give her off his foot no okay give you credit that one great i'll bet kobe gets that shot off that just me i just betty gets it off i who knows who might have been moping in lincoln shot next man oh man i know kevin durant would have got no shot oh points on a layer speaking of eight some question marks about his future will the grizzlies end up buying amount or trading it maybe to a used in dallas fred upgrade sponsored by napoleon grills upgrade your grilling games demarcus cousins still looking for a new home and it could be in san antonio spurs fans put up a billboard and that's just trying to recruit bogeys take a look this comes after reports that cousin spoke with demar derozen about possibly joining the first got those of course coming off two major injuries that torn achilles ended torn quad he only played thirty regular season game time would you on yours first was yeah would you i would love him welcome him i will help recruit him if they need me to it's probably unrealistic because they're already cash strapped in their roster is full but you could move some things around if he had interest as well if they did and they should have interest anybody who's followed my career knows i have been a huge fan of his since before his draft i was on recor before his draft that featured john wall his kentucky teammate and i said democ as should be the number one pick in that draft not john wall i think i've been right about that because he is average what twenty one in eleven in his career since his rookie year he's the only man indian be eight average twenty in ten with a minimum of five hundred fifty games you gotta have a minimum okay but the point is the biggest shocked shocked me through free agency over the last one again today six told are producers this tour three times 'cause i kept pushing the do this topic before now why isn't somebody jumped on him i i really thought he'd get your basic fifteen million you know some sort of middle there's so many other guys guiding light and real in what did we see in the finals we saw flashes of brilliance glimpses just clemson but we go back the game to remember he goes eleven ten in six at in the win at toronto we're not stunned by that maybe we shouldn't have been 'cause that's just old the market right now in game five we saw fourteen and six and twenty minutes in game six twelve and five and nineteen minutes in we saw him for the year shoot thirty five percent from three and he was thirty six from three year before and i know our friend chris bruce are always says and closes his eyes when the market starts to pull up from three but he's pretty good yeah i mean he's he's a he's a dc adequate he's adequate enough to cause probable cause not seven feet tall would you call mike six six alleged leader mcgarvy my dream on plus he is a moose smith he's got shoulders he he causes problems download he's got soft hands in by the way one thing gregg popovich is most valued is a center who can pass the basketball and he passed yes you better believe it compasses so i look at this and i say there's there's an old nb eight theory that i've heard for years and i'm pretty sure originated with the spurs in it's called the one knucklehead theory in the theory goes you could win in india in the sport of basketball with one knucklehead but you can't win with two right okay kim kun demarcus be knuckle headed occasional yeah yes he can do i think his heart is in the right place i do you covered him in and i just i know him a little bit i sat with him one time and talk to them i just think you can be a little wacky sometimes maybe one screw screw loose occasionally get over emotional and just go completely over the years yes yes did you think the world's out the getting represent yes he does it yet did i see growth last year did i see humility because he's been humbled because of his injuries because not only did he come off the killys any he tore his quyen ruptures quantity torah right it did that did that making grow up a little bit the golden state helping grow a little bit of leaves okay so if you add him to what is already been added backed his first jump is gonna be one of the best point guards and basketball and he was erect disney in the pre season last year so he i'm assuming he's going to be full speed coming back they just went and got demari carol he's an excellent wing defender as well it's a three point shooter so again they're already a very deep team and they did get a portal and played really big for them last year in the cloud okay but but again if you put the markets in that mix with the depth what they have and they got demar and they got obviously marcus and rudy gay knocking going down the patty mills and marco belen nelin reinforce force they got a lot of shooters they got debt and they got wasn't four times well he led bnb i in three point shooting till the last month of the season in percentage he just did 'cause he could really stroke and he's about six tenths and okay so you go all the way to the bottom bottom of the bench in quality death and you put him in there he's he's got superstar ability yanni so would i love it yes could gregg popovich deal with them i believe that he could because we've seen pop take shots before star stephen jackson he took a shot even steven could be a little knuckle headed in a little hard to deal with in so we took two shots with the first time around they won a championship an oath three with steven on that team with a major contribution from him and then they took another shot and twelve twelve and thirteen didn't quite work out in stephen starr the great about his minutes and thought he should play more minutes manu and you can't do that on that organization an that was the end of that deal but he took the chance with stephen who had the reputation has kind of been the demarcus category so would i loved it yes i would if i could help spurs i'm here to help because i believe this would be tremendous for this team you know what about i believe that the spurs is one of your division they could deal with this young man is kind of like bill is a young man go ahead yeah and kelly golden state ever ever everybody can't handle book and i believe the spurs the way they're the culture of the organization i believe they're equipped but you must understand skip he is supreme skilled last six years before the injury he was twenty five and twelve you said he's twenty one eleven basically wars career boogie was always a he was all wave they under the round player he didn't play above the rim eyeglass now the injury of kind of robbed him of the lip did he did have so now you've got a grounded player mhm get the guy could give you forty in twenty thirty lincoln in that before he got injured retha okay about a big man him anthony anthony davis or joel embiid but the injury skip is for people who look like okay any gave you a sixteen and may sixteenth today is good if you didn't know what he's capable of doing before the end i agree so basically he's gonna have the show yeah i bet he rebounded because the andrew distorting happened with greater frequency even though he is a young man so the likelihood of him getting a long term deal skip probably he's probably gonna build a two year deal moving forward i'm surprised but i think people value humble look at him like a scanner five million they look at him like a a a robin lopez five they look at him like that because of his injury history end because you know he's still like you said he's open emotional i mean he gives it's a file it wasn't a five man i found a guy but you know he got taken they running a but i do believe a word of going to the spurs they could channel that energy in a good way in he could be beneficial but i'm not really surprised skip a bet that he's having a because you have to be the right situation as talented as he is he can't help everybody in the way that you would think he needs to go to a stable organization that has some veteran presence in heavy very very very coach that have been traced best no bs type that pop mhm they have they have a lamar 'cause they have rudy gay they have demar derozen they have guys that have been there so i think this would be a great fit for them but if he can stay healthy but i don't know if he could do that because normally i don't know either skipped keenly is normally is not the year after you do it is two years later that if you're gonna return turn to what you are what you were this is the time and so he should be a little better hopefully have a chance because even rehabbing is hard to get better when you rehab as opposed the training got the rehab and he just tried to get back to refocus will train you get opportunity put javadi situation but you go on in the game so it would be great for me if he signed with san antonio but i would feel sorry for him in this regard he obviously deserves more than whatever the minimum they could give him a couple four million bucks right that's all you got for a second straight year after all you you could have been looked like you're on on the path to get a he's a monster contract even though it might not have been in the world and had he not ruptured achilles he's gonna get a hundred million dollar deal hundred million in it's kind of like isaiah thomas except i say is a mighty mite who's kind of over achieving austin and then he wrecked his hip and it cost him a whole lot of money but the marcus was maybe the best big man basketball making the case for his twenty and i think i have the most twenty five ten games in you know it'd be eight so it i mean he'd get forty twenty like it's nothing in thirty twenty of a walk in the park and companies that you're like you said he could put the ball on the floor and you you know he's great around the ramp decent free throw shooter consumed you got three point range now so he's very difficult is just that you look at what we saw you said glimpses but when he was healthy it wasn't a blip no there were no salt all i gave bugging you work so be very interesting even if you do sign number two today about you in all of a sudden you got a threat i might get a feel for you got utah end you got san antonio i got i got him in utah i mean we must run and get we why been the floodgates over so that we could start feeling roster spot really gap obey we get a book you really love you coming close asia 'cause i know you'll be on that you like they could really okay i mean book if you do you've you've already got jared dudley so that's game over or who goes on while you're doing it while you do that but well i'm going to fire his longtime aide did did frankly wacky andrew rogers you sign on a watch from xl sports he's a real mover and shaker in the industry industry so it's about the movie you know man bill rishi look not not ritchie marlboro road slow on his gluck well or hannah moody it is the million dollar question everyone's asking right now it's why no hassle no garden got the diet and he joins us coming up next here on undisputed you us women's national team is one victory away from celebrating a nother world cup title next up a showdown listen head of lists don't miss the women's world cup final on sunday mornings at ten eastern on fox and fox forceps that that c n v eight quiet watch still going strong are friend chris carter said he expects the decision today in dc leaning towards the lakers yesterday chris broussard says why is doing some quote deep surging about the choice between the lakers and raptors here's the man that britain broussard print shannon says he's got at ninety six point five percent chance quiet it's gonna go to the lakers what do you think what's your best guess about look quite i think he's going to lakers the last numbers i was told by someone in the know and this was after the meeting with the raptors was fifty fifty i believe we did yesterday but very very cool it right i believe steve is more like because i know why has had his i own the lakers like they start it i tweeted a week or so ago that the lakers were his to lose so they started out with an advantage so i think it's maybe sixty forty fifty five sixty five percent lakers over the raptors co why look this i don't think he's playing around with people in in i'd say the definitive reason he's not playing around is danny green danny degrees his great friend there some it'll tell you he's the only guy in bay that co why talks were just regular you know openly items comfortably the right many times 'cause he had to be included in that trade rondo or was going to happen an end danny is jarring near eight prerequisite for the lakers to get kawai i got it and so co why would not string danny alone let me live at like around with danny's career and danny sitting there anxious eager to sign with somebody so so we can offer you know but he i think i i'm saying he's not doing it on purpose i think he's really trying the soul search it really figured it ns what i'm going to here's the thing so as he soul searches wants let's look at what he looks at a i think the first thing is like i said he's always wants to play for the lakers you know when he requested a trade from the spurs first of all i lakers it wasn't just sent me the way it wasn't a lake lewisville like he's always wants to play with her secondly we know he wants to keep winning that's all he's no is winning you know with the spurs would the clip or with the raptors you don't wanna go somewhere not do that that'll freudian slip there with the clippers but going i think the best chance for him while he and the clippers will be good in a contender the raptors would be a contender the best place for him to win multiple championships going forward is obviously the lakers multiple more the one and the other thing is held his health right the best place for him to stay healthy long term because you don't have the carry the load the whole time is the lake money in this is this is just the unfortunate thing for the raptors we talk about he can get fifty million dollars more if he stays with the toronto that's largely most of that money is in that fifth year that you can't get from the lakers right but let's think about it co why if he stays healthy that fifth year in toronto would just be the first year of another max deal and so he'll get he'll make up that money in that you're gonna throw you just look at the next four years there was an article in forbes on this in the next four years believe it or not he will making eleven million dollars more by playing with the lakers axes in canada okay though granny resident in front of ordering the canada taxes or or awful but the worst in america in state is california yeah so it's kinda evens out a little bit well but like i say but for says he will make you live in million dollars more over the next four years give give lee he does two years all you have to do is get tenure back but he'll be a max player and supermac well he only get the super max if he stays with toronto superman well so okay so we go you after be with the team you know you have to be with the team they wish you were traded to you can't leave after the free agent okay so you able to predict it will take to but i mean come on he's building in new lifestyle of course now here's the other thing and i know there's conflicting reports out there whether he does he wanna take a short term deal with the raptors the last thing i was told again after the meeting with the raptors is that he is looking at either a four year deal with the lakers or five years with the raptors because of the concern you know just his injury health his health history so long term deal so me support the lakers because we know he doesn't really want to be in canada for the next four five whether skip i mean sunny seventy eight degrees everyday palm tree i i wouldn't really eighty everyday 'cause we we we've got a long run of like fifty eight here i usually i mean you know okay i mean he i mean he got nice place in the field over thirteen million followers girl i put a portable villain it's like hey how're you put it out i pulled up hold it up i thought you said you put it out there who put up a day i got one i got one more room in that place but he can't leave there in practice we got a hell of a colony right we got a helicopter i mean theoretically i guess if he really wanted to but i i think he'd limit nellie or fellows helicopter he'll be able to reach his away yeah kobe and how they called the get the practice but don't know where everyday chocolate in each shot while we do yeah that what we're gonna do okay now you're we with him then he was already got his laptop already got a survey yeah so why mr broussard would number two suddenly pick up and fly all the way back to toronto to take this meeting why wouldn't the meetings happening in l a were all these other meetings he will begin belonging and i would say to the i i think that is a goat again everybody bar to i think respect you know he had a great experience with that organization in in the second thing the third thing drake like drake i don't know if it was all one big meeting or if it was he met with messiah jiri and his team and then met with drake obviously it's connected but drake i'm soulmate has this had this huge presentation he he will making part of old videos recor lose another fifty mil right there you know i tell right yes snoop i guess he knows new pretty why do they got plenty of guys in l a's new house out video games all their magic hey sang a song you wanna bet you know way how he knows snoop an obviously snoop visit legendary rapper but particularly now lay i bet that touched go why snoops little song don't you think i mean honestly maybe not probably do you wanna do they they bonded a little bit when snoop performed there anywhere and jersey his jersey we got hello yeah you wanna be in the entertainment business is that what you want 'cause we could reach out we could make a call dicaprio mm yeah we don't make a call zale nebula see that what you what you wanna do what what do you want to do how you wanna be remembered and cause the pantheon grapes the one name you got one name why why kobe shack grain magic logo kneeled you ron stop please get a ideal white what are you know i'm done deal would be one hundred we really well let me say this i will say this earlier in the week though when i wasn't in the night and the lakers were a lot more confident they were there with a lot of surgery you were in the nine with the lakers yeah two to one yeah yeah something like that and they the lakers were a lot more competent to i'm not saying they don't think they're getting but they're you know they know it's yeah it's when you look i don't know how you do it but are you religious when you break up with somebody you gotta go you gotta get some alone you because you know if you front until they might be clorox there might be something done damage so let me go get my long you get my calls get my my toothbrush my all my stuff in bring it back he had the golden toronto delivered her house i don't get after you have some stuff over there so you have some stuff but george come get her stuff you go get your thing we ate thank you hey we had a great run it ended sorry oh you do if you do people don't do that anymore email has been the email thing where mass email or text then fax machine which you never got email lido in bill call me really yeah oh breakup man demand right man woman whatever happened while we can't be sensible well it doesn't make sense to me the he flew all the way back there i just never could get i thought that was game over then we have raptors will we had well they are those they think that a yeah jaylen rosen at ninety nine frank guy sola said ninety nine point nine yesterday a rick euchre were gonna have one here in just a few minutes thought two days ago it was toronto now it's it's i it's close it is closed between those two what would what would the percentage of those guys they say why they wanna play with the bra now ninety nine point nine to her now all of a sudden there's a lot of talk about that they wanna play with lebron he wants to play against lebron amid lo and behold something happened but then they trained the lakers because if you wanna come the los angeles eagle have the play alongside lebron the guy that nobody you remember nobody wanna play great but man chris broussard tweeted yesterday that he was still soul searching about these sit with the other he doesn't wanna take a step back okay okay he does not wanna take a step back in the brown has talked to them about 'cause he met with the brand by himself and he met with with brown in eighty so they've all talked about it the brown is saying i'm gonna be the point guard not the point for like he has throughout his career the point guard oh which i love i love to do that i agree but that's what he's saying in those two guys would be the first to scoring option in the bronx still gonna get twenty eight they feel about that well i don't know who would be i'm sure they wouldn't have a pecking order tattoo you know what is it gonna be like it would be more like the boston celtics big three where we ray allen kevin garnett and paul pierce where they all play different role but it's different because here's the situation here paul pierce wasn't original celtics guard net ray allen came in in this big three everybody is given import steph klay they were there k d k me who's been the longest oh we were talking about one of that year was you're already near really and they were kind of ugly year or gettable right new year's day on bought the biggest stars in baseball shine bright in cleveland don't miss the mlb all star game day seven thirty eastern only on song ron in hawaii both see wearing purple and gold next season there were reports in the past like why did not wanna play with lebron just against them but could that be changing our friend kendrick perkins here yesterday instead the king would mix well what the claw because lebron wouldn't have a problem with closed passing the torch to hawaii on his quest for a fourth envy eight title still hanging with chris when we were talking about just legacy will lebron's legacy be better or worse with quiet as a teammate was we assume you go win championships either way right if he wins with with kawai overselling then obviously it would be better without you know i mean the you don't don't tell me tell me if you have co why you're expected to win right away like next year and every year you don't win it is a knock against you and i think if co why calms i think like he comes next year the most pressure end if they don't win at the most blame would go and the bron an hd and here's why why we just saw one co why did okay so i don't think he would get if he comes here and they don't win it next year how you gonna blame co why you know assuming nothing crazy happens when the court lebron obviously is a winner and his one but we've also seen him blues so you could you could look the people who could look at that an end then abs never one so i think people would say eighty man what's it take but it's got a win for lebron they say wow you know you had all this helping he didn't win co why i think we get the least amount of blame so and then here's other things but lebron he we've talked about him pass incurring he asked the average twenty seven points per game over the next three years to do that he's that's the life of his contract he's he's obviously nothing he averages seventy two games a year which might be generous mhm that's obviously not happening if co wise here so i think clearly if we're gonna win championships would just be his legacy is help more in that regard now you look at it what i think he has the best chance to win multiple championships with co why he could get up to five and six in the finals six and six in the finals sixty seven in the final something like that and then that looks a lot better i would lose a finals but since i mean you know it could be thinking of getting so i but i think overall i would agree with skip on this i think it clearly is it's better for him if he can't win i'm trying i'm trying i'm trying to figure out why would lebron swamp is a gathering accomplished so much became ellie to retire when everybody told those christmas and they retire in work on movie why when he won't begin co why and have that pressure he told him to win titles what's he doing right now as we speak the same by they'll do that often it's all season they're all making movies everybody working out on the set to grand prix give jay if you don't mind me asking when they shot space jam with michael do what's right and what's he playing basketball what did you do in a fever and now don't come back here from combat only played seventeen game quit putting michael did the same me it doesn't matter whether without we sinus which we're trying to stack chips now because as we talked about and i've said it many times i believe people minds made up jordan is here the broad is fear or whomever of how you have it whatever you have now that's the way it's gonna be there's nothing labar going to look back and go win the next fix if you're gonna say when michael jordan with fixed and there's nothing he can do there i mean if i'm when's the next six museum piece of six finals in a row i'd say we gotta have a different conversation we gotta have a different conversation not that he's down now some of the debate were not probably be between the bad side to your point i do feel like i talked about the other day about the brown being the ceo yet boss i do think if co why goes there that helps his legacy in that regard i think that just enhances the thought man lebron is this ball why wanna be a false we are deported balls moved out here san antonio mm oh that was a boss move off it was the least go away of god you're gonna he writes no backbone no principal i quit my way out down like that you knew detailing unimpressed taylor's yeah i put simone in pantheon that's that's a mount rushmore announce hush morris right so i don't understand is i've asking this once on asking this again what if you really love you man lebron love it would be rooting for no number two i was born you would have a chance with anthony davis to do something really special it would be a fair fight next year in in full brunt pull that off i have sit back and say oh it's really good who who said that whoever bit on the five in fight fair fight so i got a better chance to win the title yeah do i cannot win with just eighty in others yes but i greatly increase my chance i greatly increase my ability to win we know now we got three of the top five top six help you set a top five right three without without fair but you recalling why he can't closed eighty thirty four games over five hundred if he was that guy shouldn't have one more you called and three of the top five i'm going with you 'cause you're they exploit the hall of fame now the expert okay or they asked for all i know is michael jordan would've never chase to buy players you just wouldn't he wouldn't want it because it would be beneath the dignity even want that belief is big as general manager of how you run a team because pigs that he may pay us i'm the one first to tell you he's the worst gm and the history of nbs the same thing is true well there and show me show me 'cause nobody else could last this long as he's also the owner where he if he owner yeah we will see the checks the gm now i guess so he's pulling the strings britain where north carolina where am i going to hurt right right right we'll stop it the same thing but you applaud him for is what works to his detriment now okay but this would submit the fact that lebron's the all time front runner in the history of the gap is he's he's front running down the miami i need d wade and chris bosh chris bosh is like a top twenty player as opposed to a top five player right so proudly we thought closing closing in on you is around the top three power forwards maybe even up until my way my way of d y o u d wade without vice with i think boxers top fifteen here okay whatever but but now we're talking about two of the top five as you right okay so the point is why would you suddenly wanna be i think the biggest favorite in the history of dna next year it'll be close but i think even be ongoing golden state had will remember the lakers talking about big three's like there's a question would this be the most talented big three ever well the lakers had jerry west elgin baylor wilt chamberlain in only one one an accident elgin wasn't even a part of that yeah he died and who died the season they won they kept running against up against bill russell celtics but jay the lakers have more talent right right top top talent yeah they did it with those through his bill russell's intangibles hilton that in favor of boston so the point is like in magic's run where they supremely talented yes they were so is boston so there is a rival there is an arch rival the beat them a couple of times yeah but i but the saying goes you had mcadoo coming off the bench had a michael thompson coming off the bench they had the lakers had they were just because you think about it you got magic james worthy incurring all top fifty player you're going coop who the defensive player of the year you're going jamal will iris scott i mean they were loaded but see skip you see how people do this they forget the fact that the celtics back in eighty had the big three celtics the bird they had a paris in their head maceio and then the trade when they talked about the only manta leading the league in scoring and assists in the same season then he was there the first championship right and then who they get dennis johnson who with a finals mvp came in and those guys drafted by the celtics no but see we've been conditioned as long as a team put the team together is okay but the way the guy's doing it now they have the power oh i wanna play with him quite like why would you be broken linkup well look i i'm not even sure i don't know if co why and met with rob pelinka i don't think he met with frank vogel so that's always magic and lebron that's what i mean the ball you know but but you you know it it it wouldn't be that it would be stacked there's one where he rushed an organization but he hasn't even researched regardless they just do what i did a lot to dispel any concern in magic and now he's out he's met a shadow in shadow president he says she handled it is in the resident publicly trashed all the rest of the i will tell you this magic does need to if they get co why he got against some type of consultants me yeah he really does like right here he is making ten million dollars here here's adam gay but if this year and give it to it if you kept telling you you know who wrote this team go jeanie buss it go brian j i you went and the reverse order now we let john williams we don't wanna say the car but we you know what's going on genie available on okay but but if if you you go get you you recruiter number two the come now you got three of the top five hoosier rival who who like i've made a case utah really improved dramatically but they're not in the in the same universe with this there is no other big three great is philly reconstructed constructed in the same universe no really no i over the bills okay i'm just said no i said no nobody is over throw the parade that what you want or moment while you're at how you take satisfaction in that easy to yoga show how do they come into work really in it would be funny if bell on their say oh they'll do a little bit feet by the time that happens to be long go i'd be i'd be like sixty to fifty three by the time that i mean i got a feeling we're about spring some things together really okay i'm gonna remind you the goat as you call in number six the number six he's always needed a scapegoat goat and i think number two would qualify as well explain 'cause you are my opinion i think lebron in eighty will get the ball gonna blame how could they go and co why i mean you know assuming he went on bosch early on in miami and then kevin love became be the target of view 'cause i came in here god knows how many morning which kevin love doing he's not holding up his end of the bar okay well here's the thing skip first the first year do you really think it went on but i think it went on the bronx fine yes right first finals against dallas i will write it should've went on the brian low but all year long in boxcars the sec well then you mentioned a kevin love and kevin love averaged nine points in the finals lions late wife you're twenty million dollars you're gonna end up mhm okay now the nfl all i'm saying is that give us what to make me laugh love didn't play blake while cases there were regular season he was you know he's pretty good but in a lot of cases he didn't play my what my guy now what am i got you're saying it's all these guys know we gotta take a timeout sunday on bob's team usa the quest recor explore the world cup comes down to the regular female alex morgan in the usa gone and done the women's world cup final sunday mornings at ten eastern don't mitzi explosive trailers they view this needs to be on sunday on fox is well all right now it is time for empowers win by one in theaters this martin is equal elliott could be the guy to tell the cowboys due to mumble at least of course i'm hoping for we now know big will not be spending that vegas concert incident and the news just keeps getting better for him reports mike freeman am three nfl team in then who should be the cowboys top priority for a contract extension all three technique saying he's a transformational player that carries the cowboys often fence act prescott while they think he's good spray florence shannon's you agree that analogy with her hers when you hear that on her her like jumping on the bike would the seat well maybe it doesn't hurt that hurt to hear argue it hurt that that is good but that will be great now i don't know how many times i've been telling you this from day one and i don't know how many been wrong again i don't know how many times must i tell you this now we have player after player at the player come on the show current and former hell you that you hear exact ethic back after exit you're standing on the reality thirty one that's gonna help you out in time after time and time again i don't i know how long you want to stay on this island before you let me come rescue but that's fine i'll turn around treat you like gilligan's island i'll leave you but right there and then i'll come back at the year if you change of mind among island up man okay whatever i am just what we know scale the mark cooper mhm in back or dependent on zeke zeke russia's four left in seventy five yards in a game that prescott is all in feather in forty eight guys did you know in seventeen team that he's seventeen things you'll be our last year and the thirty two teams quarterback protein you maybe have a couple of guys got injured so you probably got thirty five quarterbacks that would qualify for the qb all that and that will seventeen which means what give me middle of the romaine my tire just yet ultimate speaking for like thirty six thirty seven thirty seventeen forty eight game four minutes four and a half minutes i ended up getting dak prescott in seventeen forty games he's been the two hundred fewer yards passing that's the same number blake bortles warfare transformational about bet number one of the duck boat blake bortles i get it quarterback of the most important position but not middle of the road quarterback which you're guy though by hand we got that on tape now it'll of the road quarterback that would have numbers had it all of famer shannon i don't know what a number hey you don't lose your credentials all of fame award in the mind you might go up there couple of years boston's gonna be setting out on the street still olive what about you you you love that you love i got a bunch you know you don't vote for me i mean it's a no brainer i don't know why you won't that went through says you guy oh is it's my turn is your child thank you very much i cannot tell you how wrong this is from whoever these three exacts are in a very well you know you have a whole lot of people are gonna eat a whole lot of crows thinks this young man because i will give you zeke you'll elliott is an extraordinary talent he is hall of fame bound he will join you someday hall of fame but he is not the most valuable dallas cowboy if you actually sleep watching study the cowboys the way i do these leader of that team and it's not even close is the quarterback the clutch playmaker on this team is the quarterback which is why over the last three years dak prescott has lead the national football league in game winning drive dak prescott did not have a number one receiver he had any real for width until mid season last year he was stuck with dez bryant in you continually criticized criticized to the point of condemning dez bryant for the way he comported himself the ralph's the he failed to run for dak prescott in the first two years and we're does now god bless them working out making it out he's making a killing but but again he became a shell of himself and dak prescott had no connection with him in in in no use for it and then the heavens opened up in jerry jones should have been executive of the year the move that he made to go acquire amari ray cooper in what happened dak prescott after he got a true number one receiver who he immediately click in vibe to it on and off the field what happened dak prescott went seven and one over the last eight games is that good seven one beaten billy twice he was third in the nfl in completions he was fourth in passing yards over the last eight games that's pretty good this is a top five stuff he would stop for thing completion percentage he was fifth in air distance over the last eight games and that means the distance the ball traveled in you calling what dinking back yet right and we did the nfl in air distance a pass is thrown in the last decade because he actually had one receiver who could get loose who could get dave now by the way i'm warning you about this i'm gonna say it again watch there's a new coordinator a new sheriff up there in the press box kellen more and he likes to wing it john kitten is the new quarterback coach they like to throw a deep michael gallup will emerge after his rookie year where he just was mostly loss for the first day in her so games he will emerge as another deep threat and i'm gonna warn you again about what happened in those two playoff games last year dak prescott had a seventy four qb are against seattle who won that game i think dallas did what russell wilson you love russell wilson he had seventy qb already played really well in that game but he did not outplay dak prescott who made the run of raw oh man who made the runner bron swallows at third and fourteen from these seattle seventeenth seventeenth we see that play on words on a bull john deep is this is the play the play offs friday after after the one any took it in after that worthy touchdown who the best qb are in the whole playoffs last year my god dak prescott threw me he did he had the best yet he added seventy eight uber mahomes had a seventy one peralta playoff game so molly okay i'll even play that many so i think we both like to to liberate so livers request well let me finish because what happened at the rams zeke was nowhere to be found dry guy couldn't do okay my guy had a qb are eighty four to jared goff's fifty seven in that game is that who made who made the play in the fourth quarter like you're told me he ran against my deep macho guy just the helicopter will you will find her on that play he's still out only had on earlier that are leading yeah yeah sean white ago plus a mark cooper skip book amar has some good flashes but if you look at it the lashes the last three games yeah eighty three total yard twentythree targeting he withheld under seventy yards in six of eleven games that he would you play in i love i love i love don't changes everything no leak marching okay thing you you saw what happened with feet were suspended for the game you see what they look like and stir fry i'll be gone by everybody wants to hurt everybody going the left tackle is gone sean that are on everybody's heard center one that hurt no okay eighty haynes he got aco you would know i doubt that you like dez bryant now out of like a he was a disaster you're you told me don't act or to himself no we've given it to him in out of bounds off we go but yeah he wasn't me let me say he'd be carson wentz twice last year what did mean i don't know what he's out of sight out a motive joy buffalo oh boy siberia now you know you and me i have no use well i got randall cobb man what do i need measly four watch randall cobb this is this gonna be the flying circus here this with kellen more calling the plays at one time kenneth moton in the bill walsh dak prescott just set the rooker outside the recor for being a a quarterback in his first three completion percentage over his first three years all time rector because he's the quiet story just oh really and dank okay watch bombs away in a balmy way yeah no it in a bone if his screen passes is checked out how foolish jailbreak screen yes that's what it is you know that smokescreen oh you're not louis shovel pass the what's the got the little little fast guy and they bought off the now is that kind of those kind of avon still there really that just little icing on are cake next year and it's bacon right now we have a pi pi yeah you're not who we are still logos you're gonna get a pie in the face and again you know so i just gotta say this one more time if you love aaron rodgers my guy has faced in three big time until to weigh in my guy has a qb are against aaron rodgers of eighty two aaron rodgers sixty two so all he does is just keep going going going in in by the way over the last three years as the second most wins in all football's a starting quarterback dak prescott the second most to the guy up and fox in the guy that's the second the guy got the most win he's in the super bowl last three of the new york guy got the second most in he can't even get to the championship game on what's wrong with that picture well it'll be righted this year it ain't gonna be right on their their super bowl bound you watch yeah you could have you little lake is gonna be a little stuff going on but the big story is going to be in dallas but i feel bad i kind of want you because because i know how great the lakers are gonna be it would have all this by myself blackout or the cowboys do well okay what we know how this going in how many times you're gonna see the movie and you know what happened in certain movies you know at the end and the good guy go get the girl who cares if unfair envy new no out is gonna play out with the cowboys why do you keep subjecting yourself you like brothers already got the girl i'm good morning a lot of sunday on f s one one of the greatest rivalries in soccer is renewed usa men's national team takes on arch rival mexico so in the gold cup final it all starts at eight thirty eastern on f s one analyst on them back in you guessed it collide no no decision yet but chris carter things will happen day which starred says cly is doing some deep soul searching between the lakers and raptors and we're doing side leader senior writer rick you correct all right fellas in what are you hearing on the saga first off the say hey i'm is impressed by this circle as any in all my twenty some years of covering sports because this truly is a circle of to i know people who have the ability to contact that circle even they don't know where things stand right now to or this is really uncle dennis and co why that is that is the heart of this and i can tell you this the deliberating if the deliberating has ended today day it went through the holiday that he is seriously considering all these things and i can tell you this that staying healthy and ability the play is a major major factor in this decision and and i know how you feel about what happened in san antonio and what led to that but from what i understand not being able to play only playing nine games he never wants to go through that again answer that in toronto has a great advantage here is they've demonstrated last year we can get you through a season and we could get you through a season and end up with a championship now the lakers obviously have more stars an have the ability to say well you're load is not gonna be as heavy here we got other guys who could carry it they have been so methodical and this that and i don't i haven't been told this i believe this because they've been so methodical and every aspect they wanna know what is the rest of the lakers roster look like who else is going to be coming here how are we gonna fill this out i know you have eighty i know you have lebron signed jared dudley fine but i also know what it takes to win a championship who else is going to be there and it's gonna be incumbent upon rob pelinka in that front office say if you come we know we can get this and i would dare say that a quiet and uncle dennis are doing their deliberation liberation behind that all of this is the say they're two names here that are at opposite ends that most people don't know we've mentioned alex the casting director of science assistant coach with the raptors won five championships with the lakers and then went up and has been with the raptors since two thousand thirteen and judy seato who trip a who treated kobe bryant they just rehired her in may i don't think that's any accident and that's the real battle here now judy has a tremendous reputation with somebody the wind knows and respects and kobe bryant the flip side of it is he's very close with alex and he knows alex's work we were on him and you're not after after hiring judy i could tell you one thing that store if you're gonna have to move judy out for alex the come in because they're essentially the same room unless you wanna stack superstar trainers we stack superstar player hobbies co why eighty you're wrong that's what we do is look this is a very good look i believe he went back to toronto the get already blown me he was up there you gotta get all your stuff okay just ship it back have somebody pack it up go get yourself you tell a man leaving what happened skip it happened think it's already happened no no wait will tell her okay yeah over dinner you know we were doing we've done we've had a meeting we'll we'll we had a face face to face but at the end of the day skip whatever toronto's offer weakened given bedtime team you are drake okay i'm gonna wrap up the weekend i hear what you won't you won't load management you wanna read twenty two games twentyfive game guy got it and know that forty one game at a new high right no back tobaks gotcha yeah you're gonna be the get this is not just about this year skip bayless lebron james will be playing in ten years you and anthony davis already close nate business you have a shot coldly situation where you guys can't compete with the barley we have another life a lot just think it'd be good for a long time fellas oh interesting thing but to rick's first point what will the rest of the roster look like so you're suggesting that as we speak rob linka is just mad lease scouring the countryside trying to do deals or lease set up deals that could all come to fruition if number two says okay i'm coming yeah i which is not an easy it's not thing just to be able to get those guarantees you're kind of playing with what money or we're gonna have available and it it goes to the relationships how strong the relationships and you know it seems like all that is carts before the horse because of the horses that guy who's up in toronto right now but how do you do the carts first because remember if the clippers had been left left at the altar is everybody suggests then the clippers have a whole lot of cap room to go compete with the lakers for whatever's left on the marketplace or to try to go trade for you know if you wanna do some kinds of trade sign and trade they're all kinds machinations they could come down nailed the other element is that without co why there are a number of other places that some of these ancillary ancillary players they andre iguodala looking at and saying okay well if i'm not guaranteed teams it i'm gonna be playing for a ring and quiet really is these elements of say the lakers would be playing for ring then i'm gonna take some other things into consideration i still wanna play on a competitive team but what's my role ultimately what's the money look like it doesn't become a foregone conclusion and that's the trickiest part here mid rob pelinka is facing in being able to say we're gonna get a ball you sure you're gonna get an end as it is it's the carpet for you because without clippers bruce are perfectly positioned to wreak a little bit of revenge on the lakers by signing some of those spare parts there they all went viral uncle dennis is gonna say we didn't get him we can get in get out and get any of what the thing is give you consign those spare parts in you're not gonna be you're not gonna make the playoffs next year i'm sorry flipper you put all your eggs in one minute i think there were forty eight and thirty better not making the playoffs this year you put all yeah home on ask it to get why tripped on your way to the market in you broke his leg you got nothing okay don't get why all gonna last year all back and they're all whole and they haven't been broken again who gave whoever home and we are you are you know what i'm i'm glad you brought that up because that's one of the other elements here that i wonder if if we're talking about staying healthy and being healthy lebron james had a groin injury on christmas day he was never ride again no the rest of the oh oh no he wasn't right when i tell you lebron james were twenty twenty twelve and in the game he played well not really no but i know that terrible now you wanna say he wasn't happening what i've been preaching about oh activated activated and i thought he was iron man i thought he would just bounce back he said i activate on their playoff mode guess what he won't happen take on that low then he took on last year he got eighteen and do some heavy lift and he got his body and why do some lifting remember you'll spotted into you're right and you told you buy field and we got the us bottles of bottles near you do get spotters you you got three guys who were gonna play like one third of the games that won't get it done well we're starting to see not recognize you you closely following the game geyser less entrusted team the less interesting yeah you try the winners man you can get seeding properly and everything is about the playoffs can we get to the playoffs healthy make this run at this thing that's what we're gonna do we got three guys in and they're gonna be some night i don't believe this situation all all three stars will be out but i could see there'll be a nice win two of the three i guess what we're gonna be so loaded it doesn't metal loaded you're you're top heavy as you know what to call it lebron three years ago about cleveland right whether they have not played which i believe is they're like hey well i i still don't know how you're feeling of officers 'cause jared dudley he's not gonna put you over the top lauren casey p the bailable marcus morris is gonna be available but he raised on rondo bailey boys bail me he's gotta get your money right they might i don't mind you wanna get money no before you sound i'm using you're all you gotta get you a paper but here's the thing that's all i ever hear rage on rondo is made money yeah regime rondo wanna we it was you win the title laundry start sniffing empowers that's all you want us meal and read is they have they have offered a minimum contract to rondo and he but he's he hasn't taken it yet hey what if the clippers offered three times that go go to the clippers okay he would win okay rick knows the recount a great sit down with him we okay we are we okay yep we take russo oh gruesome will give workers so i gotta leave this one by the way i'm sorry i gotta i gotta jump in one lesson you gotta men one point that you may you said that he never wants to go through what happened in san antonio again i don't wanna go through it either ever again seventy three games hurt he was it a cyber did you ever see you know what look him he finished the season helping yeah i'll get his money k d did listen it guess what there's a whole year all right no that one is your destination for the day that sports shows where the vegas personalities on the biggest stories test it out monday through friday on f s one big stories katie going to be made kyrie in brooklyn but she apparently paired up with my friend rick vigor reporter katie which opened the shooting up why no problem is katie one in the end why wanna do it on me opposite coach went no warning hating made the right choice here they wanna play with his friends anymore delivered with liv where he wants a lift those were the factors and he accomplished that he kyri isn't talking about this since two thousand six sixteen when they played on the wrinkle in the summer olympics in rio a so i can't sit here and say that he made a mistake if that's what he wants to ultimately at this point in his career do i think it's going to work no i haven't liked that combo as a combo that's going to win championships since it was first broached if they might play together but if that's not the driving factor here if he has his rings than if the first time he says and this is quite honestly my first thought was when i heard the hawaiian k d were talking my first thought was well how's kyri feel about this and then i was told kyri knows about it like these guys are all talking and this is what is the real shift in nbs hey is that i give sean marks all the credit in the world is the gm for the nets for what he is built there in what they accomplished last season in some of the the that at the dead weight that he's moved but this is really all about the players making their decision ultimately looking at what do i wanna do where do i wanna play who do i wanna play with as opposed to the teams making eight pitch saying this is this is the new nbs yup and we all measure if by teams trying to build championship teams there's just some elements here that are at play that don't fit the normal profile and until you just get in the way mom and pop teams used to do business they don't do that way anymore team player the saying we don't build a team i wanna play okay i don't have a problem with katie because at the end of the day he had to be happy where he was becoming golden state it seems like he was never happy so now finally find peace going to go into brooklyn it maybe she's happy now maybe this is the place that he needed to be i hope that i hope you're happy oh lord unhappy in oklahoma city when all those old maybe he's happy here and let's get a look i believe i like i like about ways like small big man perry i like guard center go you know i i liked that i liked shack koby opposed to another koby play alongside kobe or number shack play alongside shack i like me but i could see why in in in a k d plan together but it was not gonna work because k d didn't wanna be on the west coast okay he's like i've been i've spent three years and golden state i'm good against northern california is good enough for me i don't even go to southern california the fire that women do i like california we've got he had two houses here and now he's got run out like he doesn't know what he's off season here every all right yeah well he'd also he set up all his businesses and kyrie and he has talked much about about how they're gonna operate is business partners and as anything else right and had bought new space for his business enterprise so being in new york was the thing that he really wanted and i'm not sure how far that conversation went with co why i i think it was bros i think they were open to it but when it really came down to i think for quite if i would do this i would only do it here right n k d well if i would do this it would only be here so i don't know the that not a serious went very far but i do find it fascinating but that's where the real conversations are happening onlooker layers tech all right i got that but if kevin durant at this stage in age of his career you wanna maximize his potential for winning titles he would have joined number two on the clippers because number two is better than kyrie when we agree with their turf right or the clippers at least an equal organization to the nets have the clippers built it's more of a veteran roster but a roster that is at least as deep in good as the nets roster yeah okay okay so if you put k d n number two on the clippers is not changed the whole nb eight landscape is that not decide the near future of championships anti here point you have and i love with kenny atkinson has done with the mets but you have a coach and doc rivers who is demonstrated that he can win a championship is coached top talent that's that's really one of these unforeseen elements to this is how is kenny kenny had a bunch of guys that want it to make good bunch of no names to be honest with you or guys as they were trying like the angelo russell trying to redeem their reputations coaching talent is a whole other an are there paul pierce rarely delivered rondo so he knows what it's like i have to superstar player in what we hear that a lot feel okay the triangle is fine but how do you manage scottie pippen dennis rodman michael jordan how do you manage that steve kirk cobain check doing all that behind the scenes give that's that's where it comes in it that'd be a teaser you gotta be cold you gotta be psychiatry is you you gotta be homeboy you gotta be a parent you gotta do all those things were a lot of has to wear but we don't get why okay go ahead and move but again kevin durant finally chose not knicks 'cause he could have gone knicks by himself or maybe somebody else but he couldn't talk number two in the coming in next but he chose to follow his best friend yes to brooklyn right and it was a it was in large part of friendship move in it was hey i just won two championships with two finals mvp so i'm good kind of a move where we just said okay i'm good and he's obviously can't play next year in god bless kyri next year with that group 'cause that's that's that's gonna be a front man yeah in if they make it do that year than how will he sit with kyri i don't know 'cause they're both injury prone but you took a big risk to do that on hold basically i told you the other day it felt a little bit like a sim my retirement move not that he similar tired but it's like i did that i'm gonna rest on my morals yes they do yeah well in other element here is while everybody is optimistically saying he'll be close to what he was previously he doesn't know that so like planning on the idea that i'm just gonna be back and championship form there's some other considerations as far as being happy and that are more shore which is where he's living in who he's playing and as opposed to what he's playing for their whole this experience for kyri ain't k d is better than the last year experience was okay in you're talking about the braun all i know is the brown went to the lakers with no assurances oh no no one with the player because you told me gave me a player he's gone through but you know what what it was the same thing lebron went because of location will probably would go for championship i want hollywood i want the business and i want my family to rack lives where we're at now so why are they recruited or or eighty you know why anyone would say bell now that's where he wants to be like you know what this losing as much fun i think maybe not if you're still recruiter eighty why would we do have an agent just the same as your age and so we're coming clean all right are final topic of the day williamson's williamson first game of the new orleans pelicans they're taking on his former do he made rj barrett and the next summer league game in vegas this one is sold out tickets going over four hundred dollars a piece it's gonna be awesome diane cannon when he is expecting and that's all over cuba he he will never be known that don't like he did in college o p r new look like he believed in boulder gumbo really jump shot personal shot limit question how much you think he way right now i bet you not to eighty five i'll bet any ways not as much as you do what i i just think the thing is he gonna have the players way back in the shape we'll see maybe it'll be the number one pick and you know it's like the heisman trophy you went all these awards in college basketball you gotta go bankrupt so he wasn't really put in the time it he'll be just fine i i hear you on that but i don't know why he's playing period tonight because the pelicans shouldn't allow it why they're playing saying the favorites to win the summer league with three other top performers back from last year is kevin knox and mitchell robinson alonzo trigger played in scored high last year now you add rj did that and remember jackson hayes and alexander walker the two next strap picture can't play yet because the eighty trade isn't final yet right until i think it's tomorrow right okay so is is i on or bust tonight against the favors the prohibitive favorite home he shouldn't be you told me he magic job and he will lebron james johnson oh whoa whoa made everybody went back sunday morning snow monday

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