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Evidence undermines Trump campaign's claims of election fraud
"That the election was rigged. Twitter labeled the tweet that the president put out yesterday, saying the claim about election fraud is disputed. The Trump campaign is still jumping through legal hurdles to try to prove an unfair presidential election. The courts have not been a safe haven for the numerous challenges issued by the campaign. In fact, there've been a few setbacks, including in Pennsylvania and in Michigan, and they're also been a couple of withdrawals in places like Nevada and Arizona. So the question now becomes, Can the campaign prove, or at least convince a court that there was enough fraud to make a difference in the states that were closed on election night? And did Dominion software changed ballots, for example? And were there. Thousands of ballots cast unlawfully in this election thoughts is Kevin Corke, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam,
Trump heads to Michigan, Wisconsin in re-election campaign push
"President trump campaign's Michigan and Wisconsin Today Fox's Kevin Corke, in Muskegon, where rally gets underway later today were president trump lost in the last election by a narrow margin ten thousand votes a little bit more than that was the difference between the president and his Democratic challenger in two, thousand sixteen, and so the real question is what will happen this time in twenty twenty? Well, clearly, both parties are campaigning very hard for support here. In, Michigan, because of that, very tight margin back. Then in fact, the president has been here for times already and twenty twenty, five, Kevin
"kevin corke" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Podcasts, all in one Harsh words over a covert vaccine on Carmen Roberts. Fox News. If the president announced tomorrow we have a vaccine. Would you take it? Only if it was completely transparent, But other experts in the country could look at it. Once the virus Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Trump mix it up over a vaccine to fight the Corona virus. He was accused by Joe Biden, putting the nation at risk due to his handling or poor handling, according to the former vice president of the Corona virus, But the president, as you can well imagine, certainly hit back. He called his Democratic rivals stupid and demanded an apology. For what he called anti vaccine rhetoric. In a rare labor day press conference, President Trump chastise his opponent in the upcoming 2020 election what he called playing politics with science boxes. Kevin Corke, two of the dozens of wildfires racing across California prompt multiple evacuations. The creek fired scorch tens of thousands of acres since Friday and trap holiday weekend campers the California National Guard stepped in to help airlifting 207. People to safety Saturday night and into Sunday morning, at least 20 people were hospitalized. A few were critically injured. Some had burns. Others broken bones. Fox's Christina Coleman, California's lost at least two million acres to the wildfires, and officials say the worst part.
"kevin corke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You can text us 56690 Really, really fun chat with Kevin Corke from Fox News, who was actually C U grad and God's TV. Start here, did a bunch of sports and then fun fact. You learn that He Jumped over to the political side of things because of the TV show the West Wing that's hilarious to me, but I've got to be honest. I had never seen the show and my girlfriend just started re watching it. It is quality television. So how I missed it. It's funny. Those text him afterwards. He was just asking. How is that? Okay? And I was like, Yeah, it was great. Thank you again so much. The West Wing fact was really fun. I'd put that in my top five TV shows. And look, we go down a whole rabbit hole with top five. TV shows the writing on that for the 1st 4 seasons when Aaron Sorkin was basically writing about himself. I'll put that up against any TV writing. That's out there up against breaking bad, which I loved up against the wire, and I know the wire has Critics and ardent supporters because of the way the seasons were constructed with with David Simon Ah, and how he put that together, obviously have Comedy's Like Seinfeld or other shows like The Simpsons, You could be up there, but the writing on the West Wing I'll put up against just about anything in terms of just quality and entertainment. I get it if it wasn't your thing politically, then you may not be into it. You know, they don't bag on Republicans nearly as much as Say TV news does or the way your neighbor might or the way you might. And so the point of view is obviously the bulk of it was during the that I think maybe in the entire show is during The Bush administration. So it was, ah, you know, designed. I think to be critical of the administration at the time, even though it was a Democratic administration, but just really, really good writing and so kind of fascinating. This comes in from the Knights of not brandish. Consider watching Fox News sometimes never hurts to hear about the issues from the other side. No, I I look, if you're gonna have me hold my hand and asked me how I vote. I almost always vote Democratic. And I think that's going to change this year. I watch Fox news probably more than plenty of people that I would say that our friends and relatives that I know aren't Democrats and maybe even have less liberal points of view than me. I watch Fox News a lot out of much Fox and friends in the morning very much because there's so much other stuff going on. I'm doing updates. Ah, here obviously on care, even though I'm doing it from home since the pandemic hit But I watch Fox news almost daily just to check in and see how the story's being covered, especially towards the top of the hour because that that to me is the most interesting thing. What's the most important thing to each news network? What's important to CNN where everything is breaking news? I feel like they've worn out breaking news like MSNBC has gotten to that point. And then how this Fox News cover it, So I appreciate the advice. Look, I'm not saying that. That I sit there and have my TV on Fox News for four hours. But don't have it on any TV show our TV station for more than four hours other than if there's a game on ESPN altitude because I have direct TV root sports, which is now a TNT sports to watch Iraqis game. I think I watched parts of every single Rockies game because I was able to download the app. So even when we're camping on that opening weekend, I've been ableto watch parts of every game and or listen, toe. Mike and Jack call call the Games. My Christ doing a great job sounds like he's been calling games forever. He's got the Ah, up and up And out of here I think is his signature homerun car. Now we're out of here is eccentric, You know, call yesterday I found myself listening to the games more than watching them on TV because it kind of helps me. Forget that there's no fans in the stands. There's not that delay as much. I think the remote broadcast are much better set up for radio for baseball than for TV. No question, but the background noise that that has been piped in for tea sports across the various sports. Hasn't bothered me at all. The NBA's does a good job because we have this video boards with the fans. I think they've done a really good job. I don't know how weird it is for the players to see that especially when they're put him up behind the free throw shooters. Where does is really a home team there intentionally that Niccolo courtside thing there does whether it's I was watching the Nuggets and Blazers. If the Blazers were shooting, there's Nuggets fans. If the Nuggets are shooting, it's Blazers fans. No one has the home court advantage, which I think is kind of cool and we'll really become a factor. I think in the play offs to some degree If you buy and Ah Ah, home court advantage, and and I think it'll be interesting to When they get into a playoff settings in both sports that are obviously nearing playoffs. Now, with hockey and basketball get, they're calling it the postseason playoffs with hockey it But when they're full playoff, Siri's Ah, and that's all it is. And you're facing elimination. I know sometimes you know that now. Will the lack of travel Be better for all of the players across both teams. And you think about a guy like Kodi Leonard across both sports a guy like Quite Leonard or even LeBron James is up there in years or James Harden his beat up or a Russell westbrook, er or joker or any of these nuggets that are banged up in. That's plenty of them. Just being able to go to the arena right there on the Disney campus and Then back home to your hotel, where you got all your treatment, all your recovery stuff even for so the Nuggets are a good example. Most of the players live Inter near downtown. So on off days, they just shoot over to Pepsi center. They're able to get into the recovery tubs and do all that and go through. Well, Now, you just literally get into an elevator and you're going down a couple floors and you're right there to get your massage work done. I see I sing it, You know, heat, whatever it may be, And then you're back up to your room, so I know it seems like a little thing. But taking out all the extra bus rides to airports all of the 2 to 4 to six hour plane flights depending on you know what type of Syria's it is? Will that be just will be a net benefit for all veteran players. If you will. When that rolls around on, we won't know Grant until until we talk to guys down the road into the playoffs, and they get deeper in the playoffs. What the non travel will mean for these guys inside the bubbles, and I think it will help people like LeBron James and you know the players, Chris Paul, who put a lot of years. And on their bodies in the MBA. But another thing you're already seen players being rested in the bubble games that are the seeding games leading up to the post season because for teams like the Bucks and the Lakers Those games don't really matter as much anymore because apparently the Nuggets well, that's my question is are Murray and Barton and Harris? Are They really hurt? Would they be a ble to go if we needed them if the playoffs started today because three days ago, Mike Malone said. No. But I'm starting to get worried every every game. They're not out there. You know, we're getting close. We don't have many more games before the actual post season starts. I'm guessing that this is where the home the home court advantage doesn't matter. So you're just looking at match ups, and I can't swear that this is a case, but I think the sons were eliminated right by the Blazers. Winning are it's pushing them back. And some of the great the Nuggets care aboutthe Sun's No. They would like to see the Blazers Bee, the eight seed and take the Lakers to seven games, I think is what it is. If you ask Michael Malone an honest moment that But if you're the three seed which the Nuggets are right now or if you were even the sixth seed, which is the lowest they can possibly be. Yes, it will matter in terms of your seating. But there's no such thing as home court advantage, so seven games of seven games and getting through those seven games in the matches that are most favorable. I think that is probably playing in tow. Some of the thinking, you know, with your resting Jamal Murray. He said..
Trump signs executive orders intended to lower drug prices
"And move. It may gain him support from voters by signing a Siri's of executive orders. President Trump promised to slash drug prices across the country. There's an incredible day. This is just a big day. There's a big day I've been waiting for this day for a long time. The orders open up America two more imported cheaper drugs directs drugmaker rebates directly to patients provides insulin and Pens at a very steep discount to low income people and allows the use of lower international prices to pay for some Medicare drugs. Fox's Kevin Corke drug companies strongly opposed the action to curb prices and say it will hurt their ability to develop Cove in 19 treatments. America's listening the Fox News
Naya Rivera presumed dead in "tragic accident" after disappearance
"The search for former glee star Nyah Rivera expected to continue today. Kevin Corke reports, officials believe she may have drowned in a Southern California lake, the former glee star. Rented a boat at Lake Pirro in California with her four year old son Wednesday afternoon. Three hours later, the boy was found alone on the pontoon, fast asleep and wearing a life jacket, he later told authorities in Ventura County He and his mom went swimming, but she never made it out of the water, leading investigators to believe she drowned. The water is extremely murky and heavy with vegetation, making the recovery mission particularly challenging Authorities say If the body is entangled underwater, it may never come back up.
Steroid hailed as "major breakthrough" in fight against coronavirus
"The steroid called dexamethasone is the first treatment shown to improve the chances of surviving an illness that has killed more than four hundred thousand people globally the most striking results were among severely ill hospitalized patients in a preliminary study the steroid cut mortality by one third for those on ventilators however the drug did not appear to help those whose loans were working sufficiently well the discovery is being hailed as a breakthrough beyond the promising results the findings are notable because dexamethasone is already widely available and for that matter and expensive Kevin Corke fox
House to vote on $3 trillion Covid aid package
"The house is expected to debate and vote today on a massive new coronavirus relief package proposed by Democrats the foxes Kevin Corke reports it's running up against opposition speaker Nancy Pelosi expecting the house to pass the Democrats massive coronavirus relief bill even as she and our leadership team are still working to secure the votes house Republicans have overwhelmingly said they oppose the nearly three trillion dollar measure and no surprise the trump administration opposes that proposal by Nancy Pelosi the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the Senate says he's working with the White House on an effort to create a separate stimulus package hello she says she's expected to do some negotiating on her proposal with the White
The Latest: 'Glimmer of hope' seen for Remdesivir trials
"A possible glimmer of hope in the fight against covert nineteen is the president and members of his coronavirus task force called data about a new drug treatment optimistic Kevin Corke reports with more than one million coronavirus cases in the US some much needed positive news out of the White House Wednesday experimental drugs room disappear could be the first effective treatment for covert nineteen the results coming from a clinical trial run by the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases early data shows the anti viral drugs shorten the time it takes for patients to recover by four days on average from fifteen days to eleven there are also signs it leads to fewer deaths but researchers caution the numbers still need
Trump invokes Defense Production Act for meat processing plants
"As several of the biggest meat production plants in the U. S. have been forced to close president trump has issued an order to keep them open boxes Kevin Corke is in Washington with more the president as expected issued an executive order using the defense production act to mandate that U. S. meat and poultry plants continue to function it's a five page order and it's designed to give companies more liability protection just in case employees catch the virus as a result of having to go to work he said this in that order we're working very hard to make sure our food supply chain is sound and plentiful hundreds of workers have been hit by a covert nineteen one pork processing plant in Sioux falls South Dakota saw over five hundred workers come down with a
Trump bashes Georgia Governor Brian Kemp again over opening state's economy
"President trump has issued a stern warning to Georgia governor Brian camp who's planning a real putting parts of his day today fox is Kevin Corke is in Washington with more George is flat gotten a great deal of attention from the president who again voiced his disapproval of governor Brian Kim strategy should you make your own decision I told him that I said you're not in the guidelines but I'm letting you make your own decision but I want people to be safe and I want the people in Georgia to be safe and I don't want this thing to flare up because you're deciding to do something that is not in the guidelines ask for Mr campy tweeted this for weeks now my team has worked closely with the trump administration and our federal counterparts to mitigate the impact of coronavirus
"kevin corke" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Fox's Kevin Corke but some people want restrictions lifted now the Michigan state governor's orders long Kentucky some protesters during governor Andy Beshear's news conference demanding things be opened it now people would absolutely kill people China's been much criticized for how it's handled this outbreak too slow to admit human to human transmission and how this whole outbreak started we have a better idea now fox's Rachel Sutherland as more lives did multiple sources tell fox news there's growing evidence covert nineteen originated in the lab in Wuhan that the initial transmission was back to human and that patient zero worked in a lab and then brought it to the population secretary of state Mike Pompeii told fox's Hannity you know they have this lab we know about the wet markets we know that the virus itself did originate in Wuhan so all those things come together one source telling fox news is maybe the costliest government government cover up of all time China has denied the virus came from a lab Dave Rachel the U. S. six hundred and forty thousand corona virus cases in the first half an NFL player has been infected Los Angeles rams center Brian Allen Erica's listening fox news six of doing good morning on Patrick Osborne topping Austin's news the Texas workforce commission continues to be flooded with calls the TWC Cisco Ghana's explains just last week their call centers received fourteen million calls the peak was April seventh with more than three point four million calls coming in to put in perspective on average we received around thirteen thousand calls a day four cove in nineteen and the record was sixty thousand a day three point four million calls in a twenty four hour period it's a big job however gone as as many of those calls were from the same people trying to get through to an official which is another reason why the TWC is adding on more call center staff hours and web servers John Cooley newsradio kale BJP gave city council this week approved adding two million dollars into a fund for small businesses hit hard by cove in nineteen and much like across central Texas that money is being made available for the companies to keep the lights on and pay their employees seventeen people have now died as a result of covert nineteen in Austin and Travis county the Austin public health says the number of new cases climbed sharply in the past twenty four hours now up to nine hundred and seventy seven but as those numbers rise so the number of recovery switch of now reached one hundred and seventy eight despite a growing criticism of Austin and Travis county over mandating that people wear masks in public the order will remain in place until may eighth probably longer than that assistant police chief robin Henderson tells CBS Austin violations could lead to fines and jail time but only if you're not homeless question to keep that social distancing they are exempt from the order we will stop you if you're on mast and educate you on the order inside your fur coat more than once and as of yesterday hundreds of people at large complaints at three.
Small-Business Aid Stalls in Senate as Democrats Demand More Funds
"The Los stalled by Jack Callahan fox news on the proposal to add two hundred fifty billion dollars to the payroll protection program no deal at least not yet that's the net effect of the ongoing negotiations on Capitol Hill as Senate Democrats blocked a Republican measure to set aside another two hundred fifty billion dollars for small businesses across the country treating this as a normal Bob Carter no normal kind of partisan negotiation could literally cost Americans their jobs but Democrats argued despite the two trillion dollars already in the pipeline to assist those affected by the pandemic another two hundred fifty billion is simply not enough among their demands added protection for minority owned businesses plus more money for local government food assistance programs and hospital fox's Kevin Corke reports there will be another attempt to pass the measure next week
Coronavirus crisis exposes Trump's limitations
"From the White House to the centers for disease control in Atlanta and all hands response by the trump administration meant to reassure Americans that its strategy to contain the coronavirus is working with the only country in that sense the lack thank you very much everybody but the white house's preparedness is being both tested and question critics argue that the administration hasn't adequately produce testing material to detect the true scope of the virus which is now spread to dozens of states and the district of Columbia causing events like the annual south by southwest gathering in Texas to be canceled and California officials to delay docking privileges for the virus affected grand princess cruise ship globally the outbreak has sent shockwaves from China were a hospital meant to house the infirmed collapsed yesterday to Italy were sixteen million people have not been placed under quarantine back at the White House the staff shake up cap the turbulent week has the president tweeted he'll replace acting chief of staff Nick Mulvaney with retiring North Carolina congressman mark meadows a staunch supporter of the president on Capitol Hill tomorrow the house is set to set up a special center to prepare infrastructure for possible telework as Capitol Hill becomes the latest front in the fight Chris Kevin Corke reporting from Mar a Lago Kevin
"kevin corke" Discussed on KTOK
"Unnecessary. Kevin Corke reporting from the White House. Kevin thanks for that. Joining me now the president's lead lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Mayor welcome back to Fox News Sunday at happy Easter Passover. Could you were planning we were told to release a counter report to the Muller report about forty five pages? Why haven't you done? So and are you still planning to number one? We haven't done so because we plan to do it. If we needed to. So far. We don't think we need to may that may become necessary. There's whether they go ahead with the hearings or not whether other issues raised by different people probably a point at which will use it right now. We think the public debate is playing out about as well as it can why confuse it with mitt raises a lot of issues that maybe we didn't have to respond to had said that if you were going to release the report it was going to focus on obstruction. Here's what the president had to say about that. After the Miller report was released. They're having a good day. I'm having a good day to who was called, no collusion. No obstruction. Mayor. That's not true. The mother report makes it clear, especially on the issue of collusion that obstruction that he's leaving it to congress. And I want to pick up on the report volume two page eight I agree with that. Let me let me out here. I the conclusion that congress may apply the obstruction laws to the president's corrupt exercise of the powers of office accords with our constitutional system of checks and balances and the principle that no person is above the law. So Muller invites congress to look into this and the president in terms of congress hasn't been exonerated at all on the issue of struck get exonerated. I mean, the standard first of all the one of the main things that infects that report it makes it a warped report page to the standard, you do not apply. Standard of exoneration to anyone whether it's the president and impeachment or or you can't exonerate. Exoneration means proving negative that the law has recognized that he suggested that. But sir, he's suggesting that there is a case an evidence that congress should examine. Okay. But let's start with this the standard. He used his conclusion is I cannot conclude that the president committed. Obstruction? But I cannot exonerate him. I understand your idea that he doesn't have to prove them innocent. It's not totally biased warped view of prosecutors role. If prosecutors in America were asked to exonerate you about ninety percent of the cases, they wouldn't be able to do it. I did it for, sir. Basically what he's saying could exonerate. I think it should go to congress. That's what he's saying. Why don't we did a different opinion about that the different opinion number one if they're gonna if they're going to review his removal power, whether they do it as an attempt or reality, Komi, Miller, whatever real question on the article to whether they can do that the constitution. United.
"kevin corke" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Fox News more than fifty years since Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria. President Trump is pushing for the US to make a stand boxes Jon decker live at the White House. President Trump tweeting after fifty two years it is time for the United States to fully recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights, which is of critical strategic and security importance to the state of Israel and regional secure stability is really Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeting in response at a time when Iran seeks to use Syria as a platform to destroy Israel, President Trump boldly recognizes is rarely sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Thank you. President Trump Netanyahu set to meet with President Trump next week during a two day trip to Washington Lisa John secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is in Israel's at to dine with Netanyahu at this hour after announcing they will visit the western wall in Jerusalem together. Other President Trump and other US leaders have been to the wall, but never with an Israeli leader. The president said to sign executive order aimed at promoting free speech on college campuses after recent criticism that conservative views are being silenced colleges could be denied certain federal research and educational grants. If they fail to comply with free speech statutes, data transparency requiring the department of education to publish information on earnings debt, default rates and loan repayment rates to colleges creating a bit of a scorecard, Kevin Corke at the White House. The order also expected to focus in part on institutions possibly sharing the financial risk of student loans, telling the education department to make policy recommendations one of the latest efforts to ban. Abortions wants a fetal heartbeat is detected is signed into law by Mississippi's governor abortion rights advocates promise a lawsuits calling it unconstitutional. This is Fox News. Newsradio KLBJ on John Cooley. This news of service of arthritis relief centers of Austin, the body of a woman believed to be in her forties has been found in far northwest. Austin drives can EMS says the woman's body was found in a wooded area. And a creek near the intersection of one eighty three and state highway forty five the case has been handed off to beliefs. Congress avenue design initiative is beginning to take shape. It involves revamping the road to make room for more pedestrians bikes and buses unless from for cars, David Taylor with public works department says close to forty thousand people live within walking distance of congress avenue. It's important that we understand congress having role in the broader context of Austin in order to create the desired mode shift from cars to people walking biking or scooting. Austin officials are pleased or religious groups lawsuit against the city's anti LGBTQ ordinance is dropped statesman reports the Houston-based US Pastore council withdrew the suit after the. The city filed motion stating the ordinance doesn't apply to churches in the conservative Christian group. Couldn't prove how their members were harmed by the ordinance the group contends that although the ordinance let's faith-based organizations. Limit hiring based on religion. It does not accept limiting hiring based on gender, sexuality or sexual identification. The city says it's ordinance reflects the values of the community abilities been filed in the legislature that would limit cities ability to make local discrimination laws. Eric like, NewsRadio KLBJ and the city of Austin held a memorial this morning looking back at the Austin bombings one year after the bombing spree ended with bomber taking his own life. Will they final explosive mayor Steve Adler celebrated the work of the police department and the combined efforts of law enforcement from around the country. You're KLBJ radar weather. Watch this afternoon, we'll bring sunshine it'll be nice with a high of seventy eight then mainly clear, low forty nine tonight from the.
"kevin corke" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"News in Washington, congress use the power of the purse to deny President Trump all the money he wants to build a wall on the southern border. So the president invoked executive powers to free up billions of dollars to do it. Anyway, the president says there is a crisis at the border, but critics including some Republicans say the president's move has created a crisis of its own in a moment. We'll speak with White House senior policy adviser, Stephen Miller, but first let's get the latest from Kevin Corke at the White House. Kevin Chris, the president may avoided another shutdown fight by signing off on a funding Bill, but his use of executive power will very likely create a new battle in the courts. Have tremendous amounts of drugs flowing into our country. Much of it coming from the southern border. I'm going to be signing a national emergency in laying out the reasoning for declaring a national emergency. President Trump lead a political views reigniting a separation of powers debate. And setting the stage for a possible constitutional crisis at issue border wall funding, illegal immigration and the use of power given to the president by congress. But criticism has come from both the left and the right which Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and speaker Nancy Pelosi issuing a statement calling the president's declaration unlawful over a crisis that does not exist. Meanwhile, Trump loyalists howled because they believe the president signed off on a funding Bill that restricts much of what? And where a wall could be built accusing Mr. Trump of setting up an illegal immigration stimulus. The only national emergency. Is that our president is an idiot. Chris if the White House spends the money sequentially as they currently planned to do they would spend over five billion dollars before any emergency funds are tapped that's money. Get moving if you will while this battle makes its way through the courts, Chris Kevin Corke reporting from the White House. Kevin thanks.
"kevin corke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"News in Washington. The government shutdown is now in week four the longest and US history. A record no one here in Washington can be proud of hundreds of thousands of federal workers face their first pay day Friday without getting paid talks to reopen nine federal departments have broken down and lawmakers are out of town till tomorrow afternoon. Meanwhile, the president has gone back and forth on whether to declare a national emergency at the border. Let's get the latest now from Kevin Corke live at the White House cover Chris from the White House of the southern border more measured tone from administration officials this week about the need for enhanced border security, a lot less talk about a wall and more about the exploding humanitarian crisis. Here today to address the humanitarian and security crisis on our southern border. This is a humanitarian crisis a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the souls, a severe humanitarian and security crisis on Twitter. Mr. Trump insisted that Democrats come back from their vacations and get back to work. I'm in the White House ready to sign a sharp-elbowed reference perhaps to the dozens of democratic lawmakers who traveled to Puerto Rico this weekend for a retreat where they hope to strategize ways to help the dead mired US territory. And even planned to see a special performance of the hit Broadway show Hamilton. This is the New York Times reported that the FBI allegedly looked into whether or not the president was secretly working on behalf of Russia during and following the two thousand sixteen campaign a suggestion that drew a scathing review for the president's attorney, John Dowd who wrote the New York Times story is an unwitting disclosure and verification of the utter corruption of their oaths by Komi and his colleagues to undermine the free election of the president of the United States. Are you now or have you ever worked for Russia? Mr President, I think is the most. Insulting thing I've ever been asked. I think it's the most insulting article I've ever had written quite a week here in Washington, by the way, Chris the White House has asked the army corps of engineers to look into additional possible ways to help fund border security, including an examination of the two thousand eighteen.
Pelosi: "We have a problem" if Trump doesn't care about governance
"Of north the vice president was back here in Washington meeting with congressional staffers from the democratic leadership side of the aisle at a working session right over my shoulder at the Eisenhower executive office building just next door boxes. Kevin Corke Democrats say they're prepared to endure a lengthy shutdown. The president of the United States is against governance and doesn't care whether people's needs are met or that. Public employees are paid or that we can have a legitimate discussion. Then we have a problem we have to take it to the American people. House speaker Nancy Pelosi on CBS Sunday morning plans to keep introducing individual bills to fund
"kevin corke" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"What sensibility says that's okay now. Kevin Corke from from Fox News questioned. The president later about this in a news conference in the president reacted. Russia your comment about the the freshman. Congress. Congressperson comments, specifically touch her comments were disgraceful. This is a person that I don't know. I assume she's new I think she dishonored herself. And I think she dishonored her family using language like that in front of her son. And whoever else was there. I thought that was a great dishonor to her and to her family. I thought it was highly disrespectful to the United States of America. Yes. So there you go. And again, I mean, he's right is answer. She does do this to herself for family her son. Certainly I'm somebody who does curse in front of my kids. But I try not to do it. Too much out of anger. In fact, Sam you can either verify or deny I'm not mad at you. Either way. I mean through our lives, I'm guessing I cursed in front of you guys more of playfulness, then than anger. I think. But I don't think she's she's call. Is that the case or not actually I came here? Good. Well, yeah. I don't remember you ever really cursing, you know, especially when we were children. So if anything it was just playful, and I know. Exactly, right. Sam is a potty mouth carry just to let you know. But what's real is? I actually let to tell the story. I'm going to say what you said. Thank you. You tell the story. Here's the story. So one day. My wife went to the store and salmon CJ her older sister stayed back with dad, and I was washing my cars and having them help wash the cars, and he said well your mom's at the store you guys can curse in front of me. How old are you guys? Most. Like thirteen is horrible. I'll be out of your that old. I think you even younger than internet. I think you might have been ten or eleven or eleven or twelve or something like that either way. So CJ says a couple of curse words, and it was funny and cute, and whatever she doesn't know how to use them and Sam rips off a line that you would hear from Samuel Jackson or something movie. What she said I can't even allude to what you said. I can't even really get away. And what I said was I said you're never led to curse in front of me again. So that was an experiment. We tried for a day lesson for everybody. Now is there a time where you think you'll tell your kids. Okay and curse in front of me. Oh, I don't know. To happen because they're going to be adults. And I'm sure it is. I may not say, hey, it's okay for you to do me. But I'm sure I'm sure it will happen. Let me say ever get into a cursing contest. With the impacts. Cursor, but I could not hold a candle of that. That's it. We're done so all seriousness, and that's inside of our house or washing the car having funding making light of it. But when you're when you're a Representative to the United States house representatives from Michigan representing an entire community. Is that the language you use is that what you say about the president United States. No matter who it.
"kevin corke" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"This morning writing great things are happening for our country and happy new year the president's at the White House skipping. His annual New Year's Eve party does resort in Florida remaining in DC throughout this partial government shutdown may on Capitol Hill. The Democrats are set to take over the house later this week, and they are already proposing funding to end the government shutdown, but there's a bit of a caveat. Because it does not include funding for a border wall and GOP Senate leadership for saying, listen. That's a nonstarter still. Here's what the Democrats are expected to do their expects to unveil a continuing resolution. It would also fund the department of homeland security until February eighth. They're also expected to pass six remaining government spending bills again all that may be for not. If the Senate is not on board boxes, Kevin Corke at the White House. The president part of his New Year's Eve speaking to Fox News channel saying about his decision to pull troops from Syria. You look at what I've done we've really largely now that doesn't mean we don't totally finish the job. But that's going to be a very short period of time. We have to bring our troops back home. It's time in New York City. The cleanup's already about done in Times Square a few hours after the big New Year's Eve party to ring in two thousand nineteen millions gathered to see the ball drop into kind of experience this bucket list. Once in a lifetime sorta thing it's been a big party out here. People have been dancing out here in hugging and kissing and it's just a great way to ring in twenty. Nineteen right here in Times Square tiny j powers for Fox News. A baby boy has been found alive in the rubble of an apartment building collapsed in Russia. Thirty five hours earlier he is now in critical condition. The weather's there that around zero degrees overnight seven bodies have been recovered from that building the collapse happened after an explosion believed to have been.
"kevin corke" Discussed on WLAC
"But it's going to feel more like summer. It's going to be out about this weekend this morning afternoon. Sun with a high close to ninety there will be a slight chance for a shower. Thunderstorm popping up during the afternoon hours. Overnight clear, the low sixty nine partly cloudy Sunday with occasional shower thunderstorm during the afternoon at high eighty nine degrees, if you storms on Monday with a high once again climbing into the upper eighties powered by the accurate mortgage group, I'm Jeff marr with the Weather Channel news on the hour on the half and on demand. Wwl as C dot com. Fox news. I'm Karen McHugh. Hundreds of peaceful protesters are outside the supreme court as the Senate prepares to vote on the bread cabinet nomination. The key operative word. There is peaceful all the protests that we've seen today and yesterday for that matter have been very peaceful everybody has been on their best behavior. No violence, no, confrontations. Couple of heated moments but everybody eventually simmer down Jillian Turner that vote scheduled to begin at three thirty President Trump is crowing and tweeting about Kavanagh's likely ascension to the nation's highest court president also was on Twitter not long ago. He said women for Cavanaugh, and many others who support this very good man are gathering all over Capitol Hill in preparation for the three to five pm vote. It is a beautiful thing to see and they're not paid professional. Protesters were handed expensive signs big day for America, Kevin Corke outside the White House. This is Fox News. Rush, Hannity and Fox News talk radio ninety eight point three and fifteen ten. Iheartradio station. ninety eight point three and fifteen ten w LA. See this is the Tennessee tax busters, and we are granted retirement and tax advisory. Welcome back to the show. We are talking about the five mistakes that we are seeing again, and again, and again with soon to be retirees and newly retired individuals, and the I was fear based decision making the second was leaving money on.
Trump issues disaster declaration for North Carolina
"President Trump issuing a disaster declaration for North Carolina. Fox's Kevin Corke. The president tweeted his support for FEMA and Brock long. He said, thank you rock. It is my honor. Now that tweet was in response to what administrator Brock said he said, we had FEMA had never had the support that we have had. From this president. Now that tweet is just a sample of what the White House is public. Posture has been FEMA is telling people to play it safe. New evacuation orders were issued for areas around Fayetteville with a deadline of three pm Sunday for people to get out. Florence is the third tropical system to set a new state rainfall
Curfew In Place After Looting In Wilmington Area
"Carolina, along the welcome all river. We all told by officials that this week in the coming days this river could reach record levels. Surpassing those it reached even during Floyd and Matthew and in that case there are many homes and businesses along the side of this river in Conway, one of the businesses right here. In fact, a children's center that would be under very very grave
Restoring power to Wilmington
"Florence crawling across the Carolinas continuing to dump heavy rain. Hundreds of thousands are without power Wilmington, North Carolina. Mayor Bill Sappho. We've got a lot of crews that are waiting to get into the area. Fema do power all of our state federal agencies are ready to come into the area. We're just having to clear debris to get them. Into the Air's. There've been hundreds of rescues of people who ignored evacuation orders. Six deaths. Have now been confirmed
Trump considering revoking security clearances from 6 ex-officials
"The White, House says President Trump is, considering ending. Security clearances of six Obama era administration officials president is exploring the, mechanisms, to remove security, clearance because they've politicized and. In some cases monetize their public service and security clearances, making baseless accusations of improper contact with Russia or being influenced by Russia against the president is extremely inappropriate White, House spokesman Sarah Sanders analyst former FBI. Director James Comey and assistant director Andrew MacKay we've actually, heard from the spokesperson for Andrew, McCabe, and she, says listen my my clients security clearance was already deactivated so, even though he was among, the names mentioned today he may not need, to, have, his security clearance revoked FOX's Kevin, Corke at the White. House members of congress pushing back against the idea Republican Senator John Cornyn calls it a very serious, allegation, to, say officials have been abusing their security clearance New York democratic congressman. Eliot Engel says Them, to start finger pointing is ridiculous national security adviser John Bolton echoing President Trump's warning to Iran last night, the president tweeted a stern message to Iran's leader to not, threaten the US. Alton says he, spoke at the, president days, ago when he, had the. Same morning today Iran seems to be brushing off, the tough talk, from, the president one, analyst said the words the. Storm before the calm state media calling it a passive, reaction to Ron his comments another noted that the US talk, tough with North Korea before making nice Sox's Greg, palkot a federal judge has postponed the. Trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort until next, week to give his lawyers more, time, to sift, through documents turned over by.
"kevin corke" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Possible fall visit I'm Lisa lacerra Fox News just days after, they met in Finland. Of White House invite to Russian President Vladimir, Putin has instructed his national security adviser John. Bolton to reach, out to Vladimir Putin and in fact invite him. To Washington DC been a long time some. Sixteen Russian president come here to Washington. Let me share a Sarah Sanders tweet she said in Helsinki the president agreed to ongoing working working-level. Dialogue between the two Security Council staffs he also asked ambassador, beholden to invite President Putin, to Washington get this in the fall and those discussions are already underway Kevin Corke at the White, House Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, and what he thinks of the That really does value personal relationships and from my standpoint I'd much rather be talking to adversaries than, not talking to them confirmation of the beating, from the White House coming after the president, a tinted added in a tweet this morning Russian. Meddling in the two thousand sixteen elections big topic at the Aspen security conference in Colorado FOX's Jessica Rosenthal has this live unleash the deputy attorney general rod, Rosenstein just announced they will now inform Americans when foreign governments are targeting us with propaganda he announced the release of a new report. On efforts to combat cyber, attacks and focused his, speech on foreign influence, operations influence operations our form of information warfare covert propaganda and disinformation or the primary weapons. Russian effort, to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential, campaign is just one tree growing forest, he said adversaries are targeting nuclear energy water manufacturing and Other sectors here Lisa thanks Jessica damaging storms sweeping through Iowa this afternoon.
"kevin corke" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"W i s trump spending the weekend at his golf resort in scotland fox's kevin corke reporting from glasgow the president will not only be here in scotland folks having some meetings and playing a bit of golf he'll be doing a great deal of preparation for that big summit okay it's a bilateral if you will with russian president vladimir putin president trump as we said spending weekend in scotland the meeting will come just days after a federal grand jury indicted twelve russian intelligence officers for allegedly stealing democratic emails during the two thousand sixteen campaign the president has said he will bring up russian meddling in the us election when he sits down with putin the president plenty of company in scotland thousands of protesters more from sally lockwood of our sister network sky news there was no escaping the prices which have followed him thousands taking to the streets of eta breath provided message you're not welcome we don't we don't want his politics here choices in life and he's making choices aren't good for people no welcome much smaller protests gathered outside his aberdeenshire resort and the trump baby balloon which flew over london followed the president from england scotland defense secretary james mattis praising norway's defense minister for his support of nato also appreciate the increased support minister frank of nato's support in mission in afghanistan certainly in iraq his days after the president blasted nato members for not contributing more fox news fair and balanced even for those who love golf can be jealous mistress and inexpensive one here's a way to tame the game at least the cost participate in golfer less online every wednesday morning at eight during the season are unique southeastern wisconsin championship style golf course featured and you'll be.
"kevin corke" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To meet vladimir putin i'm roger stern fox news president trump spending the weekend that is golf resort in scotland fox's kevin corke reporting from glasgow the president will not only be here in scotland folks having some meetings and playing a bit of golf he'll be doing a great deal of preparation for that big summit okay it's a bilateral if you will with russian president vladimir putin president trump as we said spending his weekend in scotland the meeting will come just days after a federal grand jury indicted twelve russian intelligence officers for allegedly stealing democratic emails during the two thousand sixteen campaign the president has said he will bring up russian meddling in the election when he sits down with putin the president plenty of company in scotland thousands of protesters more from sally lockwood of our sister network sky news there was no escaping the price followed him thousands taking to the streets of eta breath providing message not welcome politics we don't want his politics here choices in life and he's making traces aren't good for people content welcoming much smaller protests gathered outside his aberdeenshire resort and the trump baby balloon which flew over london followed the president from england scotland defense secretary james mattis praising norway's defense minister for his support of nato also appreciate the increased support minister frank of nato support in mission in afghanistan certainly in iraq this comes days after the president blasted nato members for not.
"kevin corke" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"In washington president trump is gearing up for a high stakes trip to europe this week which includes a likely ten summit with nato allies and potential concessions to russia and a face to face meeting with latimer putin but first heal announced his premium court pick a move that could reshape the high court for decades to come kevin corke is live at the white house with the latest kevin data white house sources insist this will not be nomination by committee or by congressional lawmaker input this will fall on the president and the president alone but that hasn't stopped competing voices on both sides of the political spectrum from trying to influence his choice jurist believed to be the president's final four are thought to be safely conservative but there's increasing pressure on mr trump to nominate someone who won't draw the ire of prochoice republican senators that could complicate the bid of judge amy coney barrett whose catholic faith has led some critics to and without evidence that she'd vote to overturn roe v wade but selecting a judge with a fairly limited paper trail just to avoid a fight in the senate is risky such was the case with david suitor former justice who despite being nominated by a conservative president george h w bush proved to be anything in choosing justice kennedy's replacement my greatest responsibility is to select a justice who will faithfully interpret the constitution as written mondays pending supreme court announcement comes just ahead of the president's trip to europe for the nato summit and a pair of bilateral meetings with britain's theresa may and russian president vladimir putin the latter of which could prove pivotal in shaping mr trump's vision of us russian and european relations this as the president stopped diplomats secretary of state mike pompeo sailed into decidedly choppy waters in his ongoing bid to get young young to give up its nuclear ambitions with the north describing the us tone in the latest talks is regrettable and gangster like we had good faith productive conversations which will continue in the days and weeks ahead in the meantime sanctions remain in place meanwhile the president's top diplomats mike pompeo nali sailed into choppy waters he is a way as there are new developments on this conversation between.
"kevin corke" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"In washington president trump is gearing up very high stakes trip to europe this week which includes a likely ten summit with nato allies and potential concessions to russia and a face to face meeting with latimer putin but first he'll announced his prem court pick a move that could reshape the high court for decades to come kevin corke is live at the white house with the latest kevin dana white house sources insist this will not be nomination by committee or by congressional lawmaker input this will fall on the president and the president alone but that hasn't stopped competing voices on both sides of the political spectrum from trying to influence his choice jurors believed to be the president's final four are thought to be safely conservative but there's increasing pressure on mr trump to nominate someone who won't draw the ire of pro choice republican senators that could complicate the bid of judge amy coney barrett whose catholic faith has led some critics to apply without evidence that she'd vote to overturn roe v wade but selecting a judge with fairly limited paper trail just to avoid a fight in the senate is risky such was the case with david suitor former justice who despite being nominated by conservative president george h w bush proved to be anything but in choosing justice kennedy's replacement my greatest responsibility is to select a justice who will faithfully interpret the constitution as written mondays pending supreme court announcement comes just ahead of the president's trip to europe for the nato summit and a pair of bilateral meetings with britain's theresa may and russian president putin the latter of which could prove pivotal shaping mr trump's vision of us russian and european relations this as the president stopped diplomats secretary of state mike pompeo sailed into decidedly choppy waters in his ongoing bid to get young young to give up its nuclear ambitions with the north describing the us tone in the latest talks is regrettable and gangster like we had good faith productive conversations which will continue in the days and weeks ahead in the main sanctions remain in place meanwhile the president's top diplomats mike pompeo only sailed into choppy waters he is away as there are new developments on this conversation between the president and bob muller have you heard about this the special counsel now getting new conditions set by rudy giuliani who told the new york times he happened to see how the basis of that sit down would go dana so that the trump team could assess the muller teams objectivity very interesting indeed dana indeed kevin corke thank you reporting from the white house we appreciate it and joining me now from brussels the us ambassador to nato kay bailey hutchinson ambassador to listen to what president trump said about nato on thursday i'm going to tell nato you gotta start paying your bills the united states take care and then the washington post reported trump for his part frequently tells european leaders how much he dislikes the eu and how it is worse than china and ambassador what do you make of those comments and is it possible for the president to convey a sense of cooperation because there has been significant progress that nato has made nato really is making progress and they are doing it really at president trump's insistence and i think that it's very clear and he's been very direct about the europeans needing to do more for their own security you know dana i've worked for probably at with three presidents all of whom have said the same thing now i think for the first time we are really seeing the europeans actually start going in the right direction every ally is now increasing defense spending we've had the largest increase in defense spending since the cold war and in the year and a half that president trump has been an office it has doubled since two thousand fourteen so i think he is making an impact and i think that the europeans including chancellor merkel just recently who has said we are going to do more we need to do more it's the right thing to do and she is encouraging her moondog her parliament to increase the defense budget so that we will be more fit for purpose in nato for the fights.
"kevin corke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"In washington president trump is gearing up for a high stakes trip to europe this week which includes a likely ten summit with nato allies and potential concessions to russia and a facetoface meeting with latimer putin but first he'll announced his premium court pick a move that could reshape the high court for decades to come kevin corke is live at the white house with the latest kevin data white house sources insist this will not be nomination by committee or by congressional lawmaker input this will fall on the president and the president alone but that hasn't stopped competing voices on both sides of the political spectrum from trying to influence his choice jurist believed to be the president's final four are thought to be safely conservative but there's increasing pressure on mr trump to nominate someone who won't draw the ire of prochoice republican senators that could complicate the bid of judge amy coney barrett whose catholic faith has led some critics to a pine without evidence that she'd vote to overturn roe v wade but selecting a judge a fairly limited paper trail just to avoid a fight in the senate is risky such was the case with david suitor former justice who despite being nominated by conservative president george h w bush proved to be anything but in choosing justice kennedy's replacement my greatest responsibility is to select a justice who will faithfully interpret the constitution as written mondays pending supreme court announcement comes just ahead of the president's trip to europe for the nato summit and a pair of bilateral meetings with britain's theresa may and russian president putin the latter of which could prove pivotal in shaping mr trump's vision of us russian and european relations this is the president stopped diplomats secretary of state mike pompeo sailed into decidedly choppy waters in his ongoing bids pyongyang to give up its nuclear ambitions with the north describing the us tone in the latest talks regrettable and gangster like we had good faith productive conversations which will continue in the days and weeks ahead in the meantime sanctions remain in place meanwhile the president's top diplomat mike pompeo nellie sailed into choppy waters he is away as there are new developments on this conversation between the president and bob muller have you heard about this the special counsel now getting new conditions set by rudy giuliani who told the new york times he happened to see how the basis of that sit down with go dana so that the trump team could assess the muller teams objectivity very interesting indeed dana indeed kevin core thank you reporting from the white house we appreciate it and joining me now from brussels the us ambassador to nato kay bailey hutchinson ambassador to listen to what president trump said about nato on thursday i'm gonna tell nato you gotta start paying your bills the united states take care and then the washington post reported trump for his part frequently tells european leaders how much he dislikes the eu and how it is worse than china and and that's what do you make of those comments i is it possible for the president to convey a sense of cooperation because there has been significant progress that nato has made nato really is making progress and they are doing it really at president trump's insistence and i think that it's very clear and he's been very direct about the europeans needing to do more for their own security dana i've worked for probably at with a three presidents all have said the same thing now i think for the first time we are really seeing the europeans actually start going in the right direction every ally is now increasing defense spending we've had the largest increase in defense spending since the cold war and in the year and a half that president trump has been an office it has doubled since two thousand fourteen so i think he is making an impact and i think that the europeans including chancellor merckel just recently who has said we are going to do more we need to do more it's the right thing to do and she is encouraging her moondog her parliament to increase the defense budget so that we will be more fit for purpose in nato for the fights that we want to deter do you anticipate that there might be any additional conversations within the nato meeting about the tensions or regarding trade and tariffs.
Trump's Supreme Court search begins
"And hello again from fox news in washington as america settles in for the fourth of july holiday president trump has set an ambitious agenda for this week he's finalizing his supreme court pick to be announced in just eight days and preparing for a trip to europe including a summit with russian president putin in a moment we'll talk with national security adviser john bolton who's just back from moscow but first let's bring in correspondent kevin corke at the white house with the latest on the president's plans kevin chris for president that has been well let's just say stridently unconventional this idea following an orderly structured playbook to nominate and ultimately see a second supreme court justice is frankly not trumpian but given the gop's razor thin margin in the senate prudence in this case is presidential president trump is said to be narrowing his focus on five potential nominees for the supreme court vacancy created by the retirement of justice anthony kennedy is displayed tremendous vision and tremendous heart and he will be missed that hopefully we're going to pick somebody who will be as outstanding white house counsel don mcgann and leonard leo are said to be spearheading the search drawing from a list of more than two dozen reliably conservative jurists the confirmation battle on capitol hill is expected to be fierce democrats contend that since majority leader mitch mcconnell stalled the nomination of merrick garland in two thousand sixteen turnabout fair play he said we will not allow prem court justice during the election year what what's good for the goose is good for the gander we should not allow justice in an election year it was a low standard if you will but it was a standard and i for one and i think others haven't forgotten that and you know as you sow so you reap while the high court battles in washington overseas a number of major stories are developing with reports that north korea is concealing key aspects of its nuclear program renewed questions about troop levels in germany the fast approaching nato summit and talks of a highly anticipated one on one between president trump and russian president letterman putin with ukraine crimea and syria among the many topics to be broached when the leaders meet in helsinki july sixteenth chris kevin gorka reporting from the white house kevin thanks for joining me now the president's national security adviser john bolton in his first interview since meeting with russian president vladimir putin this week and moss osco about welcome back to fox news.
"kevin corke" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"Major news today on two fronts for the trump administration i run trade commerce secretary wilbur ross is in beijing for talks aimed at sending off a trade war with china and us allies slapped with new tariffs on steel and aluminum vowed to retaliate and second preparations are wrapping up for the trump kim summit now set for june twelfth in singapore correspondent kevin korca's live at the white house with the latest on both kevin chris there are growing concerns that a trade war between the world's two largest economies could be inevitable after beijing warned washington that no new deal to shrink the massive trade deficit between our countries we'll take it back if president trump follows through on his promise to hit china with new tariffs commerce secretary wilbur ross traveled to beijing with two goals in mind trimmed the us's massive three hundred seventy five billion dollar trade deficit with china by one hundred billion dollars and stave off potentially explosive trade war mister trump's feeling on the issue spelled out on twitter if we charge a country zero to sell their goods and they charge us twenty five fifty or even one hundred percent to sell ours it is unfair and can no longer be tolerated it's not free or fair trade it is stupid trade an example the white house is fond of offering is that of the auto sector where china charges twenty five percent on us car sold their the eu ten percent while the us charges just two point five percent in return the trump administration's already hit canada mexico and the eu with twenty five percent tariffs on steel and ten percent on aluminum saying it's in the interest of national security a notion that left our neighbors to the north gobsmack canada could be considered a national security threat to the united states is inconceivable all against the backdrop of a week dominated by news on north korea as a north korean official hand delivered a letter to the president from kim jong un setting the stage for the june twelfth meeting in singapore where today defense secretary mattis warned the north will get no sanctions relief until it's demonstrated verifiable and irreversible steps to denuclearization mattis adding we can expect at best a bumpy road to the negotiations in perhaps the understatement the week chris you're sure is kevin corke reporting from the.