8 Burst results for "Kevin Mika Leinen"

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Nancy Pelosi met with Democrats behind closed doors Wednesday hours before they were to meet with the president. But that meeting lasted about three minutes when Mr. Trump found out Pelosi had accused him of a cover-up. Correspondent Nancy Cortez says Pelosi reminded her caucus that they've been winning recent court rulings, and that there is no need to push impeachment. Just yet, there's now been a second ruling from federal judge this time in New York, who said that actually congress does have the right to demand. The president's financial records from Deutsche Bank and Capital One. The president and his children, have actually filed suit to try to block those banks from cooperating with congressional subpoenas. And this judge has now ruled just like one did a few days ago that congress does have very broad powers to try to get documents like this. If it feels that they're necessary. We've learned a sixth vibrant child died after crossing the US border of federal agency tells CBS news that an. Unaccompanied ten year old girl from El Salvador died in the US custody. Back in September CBS Omar Villafranca reports, acting homeland security secretary, Kevin Mika Leinen was grilled by House Democrats on Capitol Hill, there was this tense exchange with Illinois Democrat, Lauren Underwood on conditions at migrant facilities people keep dying. And so this is obviously more than a question of resources at this point with five kids that have died five thousand separated from their families. I feel like the evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional. It's a policy choice being made on purpose by this administration, and it's cruel and inhumane, that's an accusation down our men and women fight hard to protect people in our custody every single day. This is CBS news. Politics policy in pop culture with CBS news chief Washington correspondent major Garrett. Welcome to the river by broadcast week takeout weekends on the CBS radio network. Seventy eight degrees three oh three. I'm curt Lewis top stories this morning. It's been nearly.

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"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Nancy Pelosi met with Democrats behind closed doors Wednesday hours before they were to meet with the president. But that meeting lasted about three minutes when Mr. Trump found out Pelosi had accused him of a cover-up. Correspondent Nancy Cortez says Pelosi reminded her caucus that they've been winning recent court rulings, and that there's no need to push impeachment. Just yet, there's now been a second ruling from federal judge this time in New York, who said that actually congress does have the right to demand. The president's financial records from Deutsche Bank and Capital One. The president and his children, have actually filed suit to try to block those banks from cooperating with congressional subpoenas. And this judge has now ruled just like one did a few days ago that congress has have very broad powers to try to get documents like this. If it feels that they're necessary. We've learned a sixth vibrant child died after crossing the US border a federal agency tells CBS news. An unaccompanied ten year old girl, from El Salvador died in US custody. Back in September. CBS Zona franca reports acting homeland security secretary, Kevin, Mika Leinen was grilled by House Democrats on Capitol Hill, there was this ten six change with Illinois Democrat, Lauren Underwood on conditions at my facility's, people keep dying. And so this is obviously more than a question of resources at this point with five kids that have died five thousand separated from their families. I feel like and evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional. It's a policy choice being made on purpose by this administration and is cruel and inhumane. That's an implying down our men.

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"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Nancy Pelosi met with Democrats behind closed doors Wednesday hours before they were to meet with the president. But that meeting lasted about three minutes when Mr. Trump found out Pelosi had accused him of a cover-up. Correspondent Nancy Cortez says Pelosi reminded her caucus that they've been winning recent court rulings, and that there's no need to push impeachment. Just yet, there's now been a second ruling from federal judge this time in New York, who said that actually congress does have the right to demand. The president's financial records from Deutsche Bank and Capital One. The president and his children had actually filed suit to try to block those banks from cooperating with congressional subpoenas. And this judge has now ruled dislike one did a few days ago that congress has have very broad powers to try to get documents like this. If it feels that they're necessary. We've learned a sixth Byron child died after crossing the US border of federal agency, tells CBS. News, that an unaccompanied ten year old girl, from L, Salvador died in US custody. Back in September CBS Omar Villafranca reports, acting homeland security secretary, Kevin Mika Leinen was grilled by House Democrats on Capitol Hill, there was this tense exchange with Illinois Democrat, Lauren Underwood on conditions at migrant facilities people keep dying. And so this is obviously more than a question of resources at this point with five kids that have died five thousand separated from their families. I feel like and evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional. It's a policy choice being made on purpose by this administration, and it's cruel and inhumane, that's falling down our men and women fight hard to protect people in our custody every single day..

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"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nancy. Z met with Democrats behind closed doors Wednesday hours before they were to meet with the president. But that meeting lasted about three minutes when Mr. Trump vowed out Pelosi had accused him of a cover up. Correspondent Nancy Cortez says Pelosi reminded her caucus that they'd been winning recent court rulings, and that there's no need to push impeachment. Just yet, there's now been a second ruling from federal judge this time in New York, who said that actually congress does have the right to demand. The president's financial records from Deutsche Bank and Capital One. The president and his children, have actually filed suit to try to block those banks from cooperating with congressional subpoenas. And this judge has now ruled just like one did a few days ago that congress has have very broad powers to try to get documents like this. If it feels that they're necessary. We've learned a sixth vibrant child died after crossing the US border. A federal agency tells CBS news that an unaccompanied ten year old girl from El Salvador. Died in US custody. Back in September CBS via franca reports, acting homeland security secretary, Kevin, Mika Leinen was grilled by House Democrats on Capitol Hill, there was this tense exchange with Illinois Democrat, Lauren Underwood on conditions at migrant facilities people keep dying. And so this is obviously more than a question of resources at this point with five kids that have died five thousand separated from their families. I feel like and evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional..

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"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Agencies in the area other than that, that's it. That's why we're just finding out about it now on Capitol Hill. Acting homeland security secretary, Kevin, Mika Leinen was grilled by House Democrats, including congresswoman Loren Underwood I feel like and the evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional. It's a policy choice being made on purpose by this administration, and it's cruel and inhumane, that's an accusation down in our men and women fight hard to protect people in our custody every single day. CBS news update. I'm that piper. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump took a pass on working together with Democrats to address the nation's crumbling infrastructure Pelosi spoke at the capitol after a brief meeting with Mr. Trump at the White House after the meeting, she said he won't or he said he won't work with Democrats as long as they're focused on investigating his administration. Speaking in the rose garden, he said Democrats are stretching, the constitutional system of checks, and balances to undermine his administration. The courts, I respect congress. I respect right here was where we're standing. But what they've done is abuse. More from CBS Matt piper. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump may have committed an impeachable offense by ignoring congressional subpoenas likening it to the cover up that brought down. Former president Richard Nixon that cover up comment, reportedly infuriated, Mr. Trump today, this is why I think the president was so steamed office morning because the fact is in plain sight, in the public domain, this president is obstructing Justice and he's engaged in a cover up and that could be an impeachable offense. Pelosi says she thought Mr. Trump had been looking for an excuse to avoid cooperation on infrastructure. I'm Matt piper one analyst believes the battle between the president and the speaker is about strategy. He tells KNX when it comes to President Trump, you never know what you're going to get. President constitutional crisis, but with Trump, you never know whether or not this will all blow over by Sam. Washington with the university of California. It says the president should have offered to give the Democrats, what they want in exchange for a one month timeframe and the probes. Nobody's testify anymore. Prison. Presence known for being truthful about matters as for Pelosi. He says she's in a tough situation, she's being pushed by the left of her party to start impeachment proceedings, but she doesn't want to. Pragmatically politically a mistake. He says, if they can't settle this, the battle of the budget on a possible, government shutdown is often. Bob Brill can't accent. Seventy radio secretary Steve Mnuchin has dismissed an internal IRS memo that says it's mandatory to turn over President Trump's tax returns to congress and less. He invokes his executive privilege Mnuchin told the House Financial Services committee, he's standing by the administration's assertion that there's no legislative purpose for surrendering the returns. Let me assure you. There's no smoking gun here. We did a very thorough legal analysis with the department of Justice that again. If this goes to the courts, the courts will decide and determine Mnuchin says he didn't know about the IRS memo until the Washington Post inquired about it..

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"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"America first news this morning with your host gordon deal lack of prosecutions at the border good morning i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka tuesday june twenty sixth thanks for joining us here's what we have for you this hour charge a border control says his agency is not prosecuting parents who enter the us illegally with their children stocks went on a wild ride after the trump administration had trouble clarifying its trade policy with china senate minority leader chuck schumer says comments by fellow democrat maxine waters are unamerican here why she's under fire and when you celebrate student debt forgiveness until the tax man comes calling any amount that it expunged to pack then call and so what's what's happening is you pay just a little bit each month for the next twenty years but then you'll have this huge bill at the end at the end of the plan so i think what's happening is a lot of people are enrolling in these plans and it's good for now but town down the road they'll face a pretty big bill from the irs wall street journal reporter josh mitchell on the unintended consequence of student debt forgiveness here an example of what you could oh customs and border protection commissioner kevin mika leinen says his agency is not prosecuting parents who illegally enter the country with their children he says he ordered a temporary suspension of prosecutions just hours after president trump's executive order that stopped separating families after they're detained there's a myth place focus on that that would not just about what happens at the border it's about what's happening to these families when they're making the decision in central america to try to migrate to the united states when they're in the hands of mexican cartel and smuggling organizations the decision could lead to the faster release of families because immigrations and customs enforcement only has three family detention centers which officials said are near capacity officials insisted yesterday that the zero tolerance policy requiring the prosecution of all adults entering illegally remained in effect a prior approach led to the detention of more than twenty three hundred children over a period of weeks prompting a broad outcry messaging matters because wall street pays attention to washington fights over china trade policy within the trump administration led to big swings in the stock market yesterday more from this morning's mike gavin in response to a wall street journal article treasury secretary steven mnuchin denied china was the target of a plan in which the us would block chinese companies from investing in us tech firms while restricting us technology exports to china mr mnuchin tweeted that the administration will target all countries trying to steal our technology then markets plunged on fears of a deepening trade war so white house trade advisor peter navarro went on cable tv to say that investment restrictions were indeed aimed at china and not at other countries gordon thanks mike the rising tensions over tech transfers send investors fleeing from some of the markets best performing technology firms yesterday the dow industrials dropped as many as four hundred ninety seven points before recovering somewhat ending the day down three hundred twenty eight points or or one point three percent firestorm continues over comments made by california democratic congresswoman maxine waters whose urging supporters to harass members of the trump administration in public places her comments at a rally saturday have even prompted pushback from members of her own party including senate minority leader chuck schumer i strongly disagree with those who advocate harassing folks if they don't agree with you if you disagree with someone or something standup make your voice heard explain why you think they're wrong and why you're right make the argument on friday night white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked by the owner of a restaurant in virginia to leave she was asked about it during today's daily press briefing america's a great country and our ability to.

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"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Compass media networks this is a america's first news this morning with your host gordon deal escaping prosecution pointing gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka on this tuesday june twenty six thanks for being with us here's what's up this hour the man who heads up southern border control says he's not prosecuting parents who enter the us illegally with their children find out why comments by california congresswoman maxine waters are called unamerican by a fellow democrat here the remarks that caused the blowback it is said that investors don't like uncertainty that explains why stocks went on a wild ride after the trump administration failed to clarify its tariff policy been cybercriminals ramp up the ransomware attacks on random towns seizing data and demanding ransom to release it thoroughly in the private sector as well with the growing threat everywhere but from what we can tell from some data that we got from a private company that looks like it's rising even faster in the public sector wall street journal reporter john camp on ransomware attacks across the country he's here in about twenty minutes customs and border protection commissioner kevin mika leinen says his agency is not prosecuting parents who illegally enter the country with their children he says he ordered a temporary suspension of prosecutions just hours after president trump's executive order last week that stopped separating families after they're detained we need to highlight the fact that the immigration system is broken the last three administrations have said it with clarity to the american people that changes in the law needs to happen for our border to be secure and for our immigration system to work actively families with adults who are not referred for prosecution or passed along to immigration and customs enforcement or ice most of the families who are from central america and claimed to be fleeing violence there are expected to apply for asylum well that could take years due to backlogs in the courts many families are released into the us white house spokeswoman sarah sanders blamed a lack of resources well messaging matters because wall street pays attention to washington fights over china trade policy within the trump administration led to big swings in the stock market yesterday more from this morning's mike gavin in response to a wall street journal article treasury secretary steven mnuchin denied china was the target of a plan in which the us would block chinese companies from investing in us tech firms while restricting us technology exports to china mr mnuchin tweeted that the administration will target all countries trying to steal our technology then markets plunged on fears of a deepening trade war so white house traded visor peter navarro went on cable tv to say that investment restrictions were indeed aimed at china and not at other countries gordon thank you mike the us goal is to prevent beijing from advancing with plans outlined in it's made in china twenty twentyfive report to become a global leader in ten broad areas of technology including information technology aerospace and electric.

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"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mika leinen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Your host gordon deal escaping prosecution to pointing i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka on this tuesday june twenty six thanks for being with us here's what's up this hour the man who heads up southern border control says he's not prosecuting parents who entered the us illegally with their children find out why comments by california congresswoman maxine waters are called unamerican by a fellow democrat here the remarks caused the blowback it is said that investors don't like uncertainty that explains why stocks went on a wild ride after the trump administration failed to clarify its tariff policy and cybercriminals ramp up the ransomware attacks on random towns seizing data and demanding ransom to release it thoroughly early in the private sector as well with the growing threat everywhere but from what we can tell from some data that we got from a private company that looks at it looks like it's rising even faster in the public sector wall street journal reporter john camp on ransomware attacks across the country he's here in about twenty minutes customs and border protection commissioner kevin mika leinen says his agency is not prosecuting parents who illegally enter the country with their children he says he ordered a temporary suspension of prosecutions just hours after president trump's executive order last week that stopped separating families after they're detained we need to highlight the fact that the immigration system is broken the last three administrations had said it with clarity to the american people that changes in the law need to happen for our border to be secure and for immigration system to work effectively families with adults who are not referred for prosecution or passed along to immigration and customs enforcement or ice most of the families who are from central america and claimed to be fleeing violence there are expected to apply for asylum well that could take years due to backlogs in the courts many families are released into the us white house spokeswoman sarah sanders blamed a lack of resources well messaging matters because wall street pays attention to washington fights over china trade policy within the trump administration led to big swings in the stock market yesterday more from this morning's mike gavin in response to a wall street journal article treasury secretary steven mnuchin denied china was the target of a plan in which the us would block chinese companies from investing in us tech firms while restricting us technology exports to china mr mnuchin tweeted that the administration will target all countries trying to steal our technology then markets plunged on fears of a deepening trade war so white house trade advisor peter navarro went on cable tv to say that investment restrictions were indeed aimed at china and not at other countries gordon thank you mike the us goal is to prevent beijing from advancing with plans outlined in it's made in china twenty twentyfive report to become a global leader in ten broad areas of technology including information technology aerospace and electric.

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