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"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Enter rose to save an extra twenty percent. Boobs dot com. Before we get to sixty minutes. Let's check those roads for you Frank Munich taking us back to San Leandro, four big problems three-car crash of which is blocking all lanes at this point southbound eight eighty just before Davis. The CHP says it is about to run a traffic break to clear that off of the roadway. But in the meantime, we're seeing traffic really just add a dead. Stop a behind that problem. In fact, we're now looking at slow traffic on southbound eighty from ninety eighth in Oakland all the way down the Davis. So major problems on the Nimitz at this hour, southbound eight eighty just a path to Koto that's in newer. We have an accident on the right hand shoulder of van and another car mixing it up there traffic when you need it on the traffic leader KOA, partly to mostly cloudy this morning clearing in. In the afternoon at least away from the coast. Highs upper fifties at the beaches to around seventy in Lynn, let's get to sixty minutes now on KCBS earlier this month, President Trump as Kevin Macalinsan in charge of the department of homeland security, the president fired his previous DHS chief Kirsten Nielsen because he said he wanted to go in a tougher direction as the new acting secretary Mak Alina is facing the largest wave of illegal crossings at the US Mexico border in a decade one hundred thousand migrants were detained.
Andy Field, White House And President discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Source that when Kirsten Nielsen was homeland security secretary she was barred from briefing, President Trump on potential future Russian threats to US selections. ABC news Washington correspondent Andy field's been looking into this. And joins us. Now, Andy from what's been learned from the source at appears the administration was more focused on border security than cybersecurity. Well, also seems to be a focus on preventing anyone from mentioning Russian interference to the president in the White House. The fact is is that not only did Russia interfere in the last election, but they continue to try to do it in the last midterm elections and were told they're working on trying to interfere in the two thousand twenty elections. But the president doesn't want to hear that. In fact, he is publicly said he even disputes it ever happening. He stood by famously next of Ladimir Putin at a summit and said, I don't see any reason why they would do it. Although the several days later after getting the blow back from that sit on I misspoke. I said, I don't see any reason why they would would wouldn't do it. But no one really believed the second part of that. They're now we're being told that Kirsten Neilsen wanted said, this is such an urgent issue that she wanted. The president in the cabinet, and she was told he can't do it. So they basically did all this planning behind his back without him knowing about it, Andy we are hearing from the White House, though, they're they're putting together a little different scenario on this and their pushback. What are they saying? Well, white has acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, says he doesn't recall anything along those lines happening at any meeting. But of course, he has not been the chief of staff for all that law. I think it was only last fall. So this could have happened before that here. Then of course, he blamed the Obama administration saying they knew about Russian actions did nothing in the Trump administration will not tolerate foreign interference. In fact, the secretary of state the other day said that they're warning their Russian counterparts about their steadfast requirement that Russia, not engage in activity that impacts our democracy. But basically that's kind of wagging your finger saying don't you do that? But it doesn't seem to be a whole lot at least publicly that they've told. Us that is in place to prevent it from
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Jim shanavie Kirsten Nielsen is out his homeland security secretary part of an expected broader shakeup at the department as President Trump looks to beef up border security and slow the flow of illegal immigrants from Central America. The last twenty four hours since yesterday talking with government officials administration officials members of congress to ensure a smooth transition. She s Steve Dorsey, President Trump became agitated with his administration's inability to control the flow of migrants at the border. Nielsen to had become frustrated by what she saw was an indifferent. Congress sources say Nielsen also dealt with meddling from top White House aides, but it's unclear how or even if her acting successor customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan will be able to overcome the same obstacle. President has also today ordered the firing of secret service director Randolph Alice. The US is getting tougher with Iran announcing the Tehran's revolutionary guard has now been designated a foreign terrorist organization. Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo republics revolution. Guard corps has actively engaged in terrorism and created supported and directed other terrorist groups, the masquerades as a legitimate military organization, but none of us should be fooled. The designation could have significant military diplomatic and economic implications throughout the Middle East. There's a hearing today in Florida for the Chinese woman arrested at the president's mar-a-lago club hearing to determine if you Jing John should remain in custody CBS's Manuel Bojorquez, according to federal prosecutors, gene claimed she was meeting a friend named Charles at mar-a-lago for an event organized by the United Nations Chinese American association that group was reportedly founded by a man named Charles Lee. According to the Miami, Herald Lee and another woman, Cindy Yang often promoted events at mar-a-lago as a way for China's elites to gain access to the president shooters considered. John a flight risk the nation's.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Kirsten Nielsen is out as the Trump administration. Looks to retool its strategy on immigration and border security, Texas, congressman Michael Burgess, talking to FOX and Francis Neilson did the best she could I think it changed will perhaps be the positive aspect of this. It has been very difficult for secretary Nielsen to come to congress and talk to congress, and she eloquently lays out the things that need to be changed. Nielsen heavy criticism for her role. DHS separating large numbers of migrant parents and children at the southern border customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin michelina, and we'll take over as acting head of the department of homeland security high school near Chicago was on lockdown as police investigate reports of a man or teenager with a rifle police in Batavia about an hour west of Chicago say all units or at the local high school where an unknown male. With a rifle is said to have walked into the school. School was evacuated round six fifteen this morning thorns in Columbia County. Say skeletal remains were found in Stuyvesant on Sunday afternoon reported seeing the remains in a wooded location on private property at the top of steep hill. Just off route nine J sheriff David Bartlett says his office received a call from a contractor working in the area on a piece of excavation. Equipment officials say these remains do not appear to be recent and work is underway to determine the age Bartlett says his investigation is just beginning. And he has no other. Formation at this point. I'm Phoebe lefavor NewsRadio eight ten to one zero three one W G Y, let's valley. Couple reportedly is missing after vacationing in the Dominican Republic, family members, say Orlando, more and girlfriend Porsche Ravanelli from Vernon. We're supposed to overturned on March twenty seventh police say they checked out of their hotel, but never made their flight back to the US liquidation sale underway at gold, stocks sporting goods store on Freemen's bridge road closed its doors last summer owner said last week it would not reopen. WGN news time is nine oh four. Our next update at nine thirty. I'm reach effort. The Glenn Beck program in two minutes on NewsRadio. Eight ten one zero three one WG y kettle regions. Breaking news, traffic and weather station..
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigns
"Security Kirsten Nielsen has resigned and been replaced with an acting secretary border patrol Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan who's been a longtime border officer. He's been named as acting department of homeland security secretary the three departments in charge with controlling the border. Where President Trump says there is a crisis right now interior department defense department and the department of homeland security are now all being run by acting secretaries. That means there temporary. They haven't been confirmed by the Senate. So how empowered can they really be that as ABC's Tara Palmeri? Who's also reporting Nielsen stepping down amid concerns from the president that she was not tough enough on the border in her resignation letter. Nielsen said that she. Is confident that the nation is safer now than when she joined the administration during her tenure she oversaw the controversial practice of separating children from their parents
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"I'm Bob Conway. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ 'em Kirsten Nielsen is announced that she is leaving her post as homeland security secretary after an Oval Office meeting with President Trump speculation is not clear as to whether she was asked to leave or decided to resigned on her own today's expected to be very important day. Philippe proposed Lincoln yards development in Chicago. And at least one person killed about a dozen others hurt and a spate of shootings over the weekend. In sports is the White Sox twelve five all the cubs. Lost to the brewers four to to obey or beat Notre Dame to win the national championship in women's college basketball. We have partly cloudy skies. Now fifty seven. Grease CBS news update Kirstin Nielsen is out as homeland security secretary. She often bore the brunt of President Trump's unhappiness CBS news congressional correspondent Nancy Cortes with democratic response. Senator texted needed to say that Nielsen's departure was long overdue. They believe that she misrepresented the administration's zero tolerance policy claiming that there was no attempt to separate children from their parents at the border taking over the homeland security position on an acting basis is customs and border protection. Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan CBS news military analyst retired army Colonel Jeff McLaughlin. He was the one who is being held responsible for this policy. He was the one being held responsible for the fact that for a host of reasons, you ministration had not been able to be as tough on this particular policy as the president would like, and therefore his frustration has seen a number of times led to things that blindsided. Those who work for him CBS news update, I'm Budd Mishkin. VM news time twelve thirty two. This is expected to be a big day for the proposed Lincoln yards development on Chicago's northside city council. Finance committee is scheduled to consider approving nine hundred million dollars in tax increment financing subsidies to reimburse the developer for infrastructure projects and Lincoln yards. The controversial six billion dollar mixed use project the promises transfer the formerly industrial fifty four acres side along the Chicago river between north avenue and Webster gunfire. And plenty of it over the weekend around Chicago at least one person was killed about fourteen others hurt including three children and a spate of shootings on Saturday to children among the sex people shot during a family party. And the Englewood neighborhood, two hours later thirteen year old boy. Boy was wounded and another angle would neighborhood attack hours earlier team was shot and killed in the Morgan park neighborhood. A car crashed into a business after being shot at the south loop over the weekend. WBZ M's, Rachel Pearson was more a gray 0 left a gas station lot at the corner of south is planes and Taylor Chicago police say that's when someone in a green SUV opened fire. No one was injured though, the occupants of the 0 ran away area central. Detectives are now investigating Rachel Pearson. Newsradio on one five point nine FM US is pulling its troops out of Libya because of the growing unrest there Africa. Command says the American troops are being relocated to another country because of security concerns in Libya, most of the Americans are special operations forces while Africom calls the move temporary. The general in charge says the security realities on the ground in Libya are growing increasingly complex and unpredictable lettuce. CBS? Correspondent candy McCormack. The leader of the self Sadler Libyan national army announced a few days ago. His offensive on the capital city of Tripoli the seat of Libya's UN back government leading to fresh clashes with rival militia groups as rallies go to the polls, Tuesday and a national election seen as a referendum on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who is seeking his fourth term now in a new and highly controversial move Netanyahu has issued a campaign promise to a anex Jewish settlements in the occupying West Bank, CBS reporter is Seth don't is in Tel-Aviv.
Nielsen says 'no manufactured crisis' at border
"Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says the humanitarian and security crisis at the border with Mexico is growing in her state of homeland security address today. She said they have cases of quote fake families reusing children to try to get into the US. We have uncovered child recycling rings truly child revictimizes Asian rings a process by which innocent child are used multiple times to help migrants gain illegal entry. Nielsen says she's also focusing on growing online threats Saint countries such as China and Iran are mimicking tactics used by Russia to disrupt US
In a rising tide of white nationalism, Trump’s presidency is morally unacceptable
"Despite the deadly terror attack on to New Zealand mosques homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says there's no specific or credible threat to the US. In a statement Friday. Nielsen warned that all Americans should remain vigilant to prevent the violent hate displayed in the New Zealand shootings. She also offered prayers to victims and their families the attack killed dozens of people President Trump also telling White House reporters, he does not see a rise in white nationalism in the US the accused New Zealand's shooter reportedly issued a manifesto condemning mass immigration from the Middle East to Europe referring to it as an
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on WTVN
"Track officials have now announced an indefinite suspension of Racine at the famed facility. They really don't know what's going on. They think because of the heavy rain we've had about eleven to thirteen inches of rain here since December. Maybe it's done something to the track and horses some of them and races. Some of them in training have been breaking their legs. And of course, they've been euthanized from that. But track officials are just baffled, and it's a horrible story. Twenty one horses dying since December US customs and border protection began counting family units. And there have been two point six million total amp. Attentions along the us Mexico border, the numbers with a sharp is evidence yet that despite President Trump's efforts to crack down on illegal immigration the flow of migrants is only growing while families along with a relatively small number of unaccompanied children. Now make up sixty percent of the arrests at the border. Total numbers are rising there as well. The border patrol may two hundred sixty seven thousand arrests between October and the start of the federal fiscal year and in February compared with one hundred and thirty six thousand over the same period a year ago. I thought we check in with Howard bloom who has written a book called the Lucifer principle Howard. This is a weird situation. It seems like more people are trying to get in a legally then when we started talking about this when the president was elected. Well, it's not exactly what it appears to be. So the real question is do we have a crisis on our border with Mexico? We don't we now secretary of the department of homeland security Kirsten. Nielsen made a powerful case for an emergency today. Her testimony before the house homeland security committee, so powerful that the tea party called it frightening, and in a sense. It was frightening. But only in a sense, what did Nielsen actually say she predicted that one million illegal aliens, we'll try to cross the Mexican border this year. She pointed to an eighty percent increase in the number of illegals compared to the same time last year, she warned of sexual slavery, drugs, criminals and violence spilling into our country. Every week those are her words, she talked of again, her words recycling rings were innocent young people are used multiple times to help aliens gain illegal entry and she reported. A fifty percent spike in the number of gang members coming across the border, but also pointed out these increases will overwhelm the system entirely. She emphasized that this is not a manufactured crisis. And she added that this is truly an emergency. Meanwhile nielsen. Explains something odd that you touched on a second ago. She said, quote, what's different about the current migrant flows is not just how many people are coming. But who is coming? And who didn't they also say was arriving, quote, historically, she pointed out even legal aliens crossing into the United States will predominantly single adult males. But in recent years, she continued we have seen the number of populations children and families skyrocket. Over sixty percent of the current flow are family units and unaccompanied alien children. So is what Nielsen portrayed really, the flood of murderers, rapists, and gang members. The president has warned us about since he first came down the elevator Trump Tower in two thousand fifteen to announce his presidency, not really not at all. Now, let's zoom out and get a little bit of perspective. If there was a crisis. It was in two thousand when over one point six million immigrants were arrested on the Mexican border. Even if we reach Kirsten Nielsen. Projected figure of a million this year that would be over thirty percent less than the migrants who crossed the border illegally in two thousand thirty percent less. What's more, George W Bush and Barack Obama drove that number down to a tiny fraction? They chopped it down from one point six million to three hundred thousand that this year has seen a Trump uptick, but there are a few far more important truths. If Nielsen is right and a million emigrants is crisis. Then the years two thousand and two thousand one we're catastrophic, but the total car crime rate in the USA has gone down. A whopping thirty percent since two thousand and gang activity in American went down in two thousand two thousand and one and two thousand and three years of the immigrant tidal wave in fact, under Donald Trump, the number of gangs in America's going back up that there's something truly dangerous. We are missing Cureton. Nielsen is head of the homeland security department a department formed in the wake of nine eleven and there are more. Dire threats then unarmed mothers and their children at the border. There are three crises of a witch. There is no debate number one is Kim Jong UN's nuclear weapons and his three stage intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching US cities. Number two is debt that just hit twenty two trillion dollars for the first time and number three is a balance of trade deficit that today hit the highest annual level in history. Eight hundred and ninety one point three billion dollars close to a trillion dollars. Now, should we really spend twenty five billion a wall to stop invading mothers and children or should we focus on these three greater threats? Or should we keep our sense of balance walk into gums, simultaneously and try to handle them? All can we do that though? Howard. That's the big question. I'd not sure we can. Thank you. Howard bloom. His website Howard.
Homeland Security Head Kirstjen Nielsen Insists Border Is in Crisis
"Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says illegal immigration has prompted a humanitarian crisis at the southern border in a house hearing today Nielsen explained how she communicates with President Trump. What I do is they give him the operational reality. Here's what we're facing. Here's what we're seeing. Here are the facts. By my read of it. It is an emergency. It is a dual crisis from recently declared a national emergency at the US
DHS chief to face questions on emergency declaration, family separation
"House. Democrats plan to grill the head of homeland security today Kirsten Nielsen I'm the situation of the border. They disagree. There's a crisis and have already approved a resolution to block the president's national emergency declaration into building more wall. They also plan to question her about family separations there to three hundred percent increase in the number of family units. Apprehended this year compared to last year, in fact in the first five months of fiscal year nineteen they've already had a hundred thirty six thousand one hundred and fifty exceeding the total number for all fifty fiscal year eighteen which is one hundred seven thousand two hundred twelve dollars for all averages. Ninety seven percent along the
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Really Zionist announcing a cure for cancer complete cure within a year. Like new survey out says nearly half of all doctors are considering getting out because of ObamaCare. And they're already in some cases, a doctor shortage for primary care physicians. Onto the next challenge. And that is of course, the southern border yesterday. We told you that ranchers invited Pelosi galore to the border to come see. Why of the fence you voted for his trash? Chris Burghardt rancher introduced a video saying right now Americans have a greater chance of dying from an opioid overdose. And they do in a car accident. You had Nancy Pelosi openly rejects border facts that presented to her by the secretary Kirsten Nielsen. My buddy, John is ranches down the border and Arizona. He says he's had over two million illegals in too many tons of carbon Markovics come across his ranch a few years ago he invited to come down for a visit. He said it even send a plane for while. There is a big enticement. Any time. There's a plane on the tarmac idling by for for Nancy. She's almost it's tougher to resist shot of Bo talks or a plane ride. Paid for by taxpayers. But the video message then transitions to a rancher and two others who then invite her saying, I would tell you that. I think there's been two million people who've come across the ranch last twenty four years I want to invite Nancy Pelosi down. She went to Texas to see the kids. So come here. See we're down in the bad. Guys are coming to the border of the drugs. That's insecure. We'll send a plane for you. We'll make arrangements. It's an open invitation. It's sincere. We're serious about this. Come and look at it. Another rancher says we've been doing this for over nine years anybody that tells you the southern border security is full of Blunk. And those are the ranchers and then the border patrol wives yesterday. We told you about they sent a scathing letter to Pelosi the Texas border town near the Rio Grande, and they wrote in the letter this is Jill dmed ski and Renee Perez, quote, we would like to show you around. You don't need to bring any security detail. Our husbands boyfriends, fiancee's wives, significant others, actually, very good at their jobs. Thank goodness. We'd also appreciate you stop pretending that you care about federal workers. If you did you would care for their safety, not just their paychecks. We can hold out a while longer. If it means our husbands and communities are safer. And again, you're right. Stop pretending that you care shouldn't care. And now the latest history a verified and convicted terrorists who attacked the US consulate with a grenade and automatic rifle. Fire has now taken over the ruthless loss Zeta scar. Tell there are headquartered just outside the Texas border in Laredo. Wait till the radio. So it's immediately across the border from Laredo, Texas, the only urban location along the entire southern border. That does not have any fencing or constructed security barrier of any kind the convicted terrorist Hector role. Luna known as El, Tori. Convicted in two thousand eight terror attack on the consulate in Monterrey, Mexico that can't be good news. Convicted terrorists taking over a drug cartel and a part of our southern border. That is uncertain insecure. All the more reason we need the wall where something more than what we have right now. Because obviously these things are happening just across the border. You can imagine eventually it does come into this country. In fact, most of our drugs that are in this country are coming from south of the border. Now ninety percent of all heroin event will come from the southern border through ports of entry on through other get snuck across as well. But it they find point seven billion dollars at the president is seeking as part of these negotiations and that was recommended to him by the border patrol agents. These are the areas that they feel they need to have this again, the wall is going to be these the steel slats. There that are see through that are going to have some of these smart technology on top of this wall. Drones infrared things of this nature, motion, detectors, etc. To help you know with the border patrol policing. But this is what the border patrol asked for and these are in the most vulnerable areas like south of Laredo, Texas, where there is currently no fencing nothing at all. And so that's where the five point seven billion kinda comes from. That's why the president is insistent because the border patrol themselves told them we need it. We have to have jobs without I think the Democrats right now, if some philanthropic individual come forth and say, I'll pay for the wall, you know, I'll pay for the beginning stages of the wall. And put up billions of dollars. The Democrats would still find a way to object to it. Because it now it's immoral. It wasn't immoral in two thousand six and two thousand thirteen when they all voted for walls and wasn't immoral when voting for walls and other countries, but it's only a more because birds and Trump wants the wall they're bunch of hypocrites. And they don't care about the American people. The only care about power Nancy Pelosi's power, mad, power, hungry and power has gone out directly to her head. And and this is what more I think is up to I think molars trying to get rid of Trump and Pence, and and then put Pelosi in power as president of the United States. That's what I think the ultimate end game is in this is soft coup. Because if you have enough to take down Trump or think, they do then Pence is just a mirror that will be a formality. It's going to be difficult to get Trump out of there. I agree. But you know, it is something that is that is the goal, by the way, Chuck you schemer now already saying the president's not going to be part of the negotiations. They don't want them in the meetings, then want people invoking any of his ideas. This is going to be just between the Senate and the house, whatever passes the Senate and house, the the bipartisan conference committee is just going to be members of congress. The president is going to be kept at arm's length. Well, guess what? He's got the pen. I don't know what you think you're going to avoid something. I think schemers afraid of them. That's what I think. I think schemers just you know, he's he's a one of these very. Kind of mommy, gene, wearing guys that I think Pelosi is tougher than schemer like that. Five forty three. Let's take a phone call here this morning thrilling Owings mills Terrell good morning. How you doing today? We're fine, sir. Thank you. Oh, man. Look, like, well, you know, your argument, you know, if all sorta short which argument about about the wall in the Mexican, and, you know, I'm not the farmer downing do you have any evidence, Terrell walls. Do not work. Well, first of all this is what I want to say. Okay. If Donald Trump wanted to do something about the wall. They should have.
Nancy Pelosi on Record Number of Women in Congress
"Under a partial shutdown. She called on members to respect each other and the truth in dealing with one another Don gonyea, NPR news, Washington. Members of the US. Congress are a largely religious group, or at least claimed to have a faith NPR's. Tom gjelten says about nine and ten say they're Christian with Catholics the most popular denomination. Among the members the religious profile of congress comes from the Pew Research Center based on how members describe themselves across congress, just one member democratic Senator Kirsten cinema Zona reports having no particular faith, among all US adults one in force has that one explanation for that disconnect. Maybe that candidates think voters won't approve of someone who's unchurched. So they're reluctant to describe themselves that way, no matter their actual beliefs. Thirty percent of members say their Catholic of the Protestant members Baptists have. The largest share more than six percent identifies. Jewish three times the share of Jews in the US adult population. Tom Chilton NPR news, Washington, Mexico's foreign affairs ministry says it's calling on the US government through its embassy to investigate a January first incident in which US agents fired tear gas into Mexico agents said they were attempting to disperse a group of rock throwers in the first hours of new year about one hundred and fifty migrants attempted to breach a border fence in Tijuana was financial markets plunged again in the second trading day of the new year all three of the major US stock market indices closing down more than two percent stock market jitters were prompted by Apple's warning showdown in China admitted escalating trade war between the US and China. Arthur Dong is a professor of strategy and economics at Georgetown's McDonough school of business overall, the United States economies far less dependent on exports. We are very heavily diversified service based economy, and so on that respect the United States. You know, is is I think sitting. In a in a better position overall. But it certainly will be some some repercussions felt apple stock dropped almost ten percent today racing more than seventy four billion dollars in market valuation. The Dow was down six hundred and sixty points. This is NPR and you're listening to WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd. A federal judge is blocking implementation of a New York City law that would have regulated Airbnb home hotel business. The law would require Airbnb and other short term rental platforms to divulge the names of hosts and addresses of rentals. But the court said the amount of information amounts to unreasonable search and seizure. The law was to go into effect early next month will now be put on hold while the lawsuit moves forward, mayor de Blasio had championed the law saying it would it make sure the city's precious housing supply could be devoted to New Yorkers rather than tourists. A special election for New York City. Public advocate is set for February twenty six it's the first citywide especially election since nineteen fifty and WNYC's bridge Bergen reports the rules are unique for this race. You won't see anyone running as a democrat or Republican to actually appear on the ballot candidates must create their own party name. And collect nearly four thousand signatures from registered voters. And there's another quirk, Melissa Mark Viverito. Former city council speaker running on the fixed the MTA party line explains. The other interesting thing is that unlike a primary here whoever files I their petitions is first on the ballot Merck. Marito is vying for that top spot. Among nearly two dozen declared candidates turning in her petitions just one day after candidates were allowed to start collecting them. New Jersey is one of the state's least affected by the partial shutdown of the federal government. That's according to a new study, which says the Garden State will be hard hit by delays in process. Messing federally financed mortgages, but less so in other categories, New Jersey ranked forty four th out of fifty states and the district of Columbia the study by the financial website, wallet hub, ranks state based on the number of federal jobs contracts, real estate activity, national parks, and percentage of families receiving food assistance. New York ranked thirty fifth on the list in part because New York is among the five states, receiving the least money in federal contracts. The district of Columbia, not surprisingly is most affected by the shutdown. Currently forty two degrees. Partly cloudy at six oh, six support for NPR comes from the Walton family foundation where opportunity takes root more information is available at Walton family foundation dot org. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish, and Mary Louise Kelley the government shutdown grinds on over funding for President Trump's border wall. But meanwhile, the Trump administration is moving ahead with plans to construct or upgrade border fencing, some one hundred sixty miles along the Arizona and California borders with Mexico, active duty military will take up the task here to tell us more is NPR's Pentagon. Reporter Tom Bowman and Tom what exactly is the task with? What is the Pentagon going to be doing? Well, I'm told this fencing said likely combat engineers for the fencing portion of this effort, but it goes beyond that homeland security's requesting medical units, of course, two children died along the border with in the custody of US officials at the centers they need additional help for the migrants coming through and also told aviation units would be part of this as well. They provide surveillance along the border to help customs and border protection, monitor any movements. And again, this is so. Support for that effort. Active-duty troops can't get involved in any arrest or detention of any migrants, it's against the law and to be clear. This is something new. This is on top of the existing troops already deployed to the border. Right. So this is new this is just coming out. Now this request was made from homeland security. How many more we talking? Well, we don't know at this point. I heard some one official said maybe thousands of troops and other said, well, the existing truce might be able to help. There are now twenty three hundred act of troops there on the border along with twenty one hundred guard forces they could provide some of this effort, but clearly they're going to send additional troops. They could change them out or some could be extended but acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan hinted about more support at a cabinet meeting at the White House yesterday. Let's listen restoration of the fences building out and additional mileage from the law. The army Corp. Engineers is dialed in on doing this cost-effectively quickly on the right amount of urgency as to where we built additional stand up walls quickly get after the threat. The threat is real. And he goes on to say that he'll provide assistance to homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen who's making the request to the Pentagon anytime line on how long these duty troops might be there. No idea. I was told it could be months to construct the fencing or shore up existing fencing, you know, we're talking one hundred and sixty miles or so now fencing right act of troops were supposed to end their deployment, by the way at the end of the month. So some could be extended maybe other units could take their place. But what we don't know. Right. Will the Pentagon is working on the specific? So we don't have a lot of detail at this point. Let me insertive skeptical question here, the president has said if he doesn't get money for a wall from congress. He might just order the military to build it is that what is going on here. The president doing something of an end run around the border standoff. That's quite possible. At this point, the talks with congress, the Democrats in particular appear to be going nowhere. The Pentagon the president wants five billion dollars for the wall. The Democrats saying that's far too much. In the standoff continues the government shutdown. But of course, a Pentagon has not shut down. And they're ready to take orders from the commander in chief. Thank you. You're welcome NPR's. Tom Bowman one person. And we'll be looking at the Trump administration's immigration policies is the new chairman of the House Judiciary committee, New York, Democrat Jerrold Nadler, welcome to the program. Thank you. Now. Your committee has oversight over many key areas. Right Justice department, voting rights and an immigration as we mentioned on that last issue. You told CBS that the zero tolerance policy that led to the separation of migrant families on the border was a deliberate creation of the White House that they're trying to make things as miserable as possible. In quote, if kids die there apparently willing to have that. Yes. To investigate the deaths of those two migrant children. Yes, we are. We're going to investigate the deaths of those two migrant children and the entire family separation policy. And there are a lot of questions. How could they for example, deport parents to foreign countries? He's making no provision to give the kids back I or even to figure out identification for the kids. So we have kids now months later that may never find your parents again. State-sanctioned kidnapping. Does it feel like investigative actions and oversight? That's really the only recourse. Democrats have right now. Does it feel like you have no real ability to change Trump administration policies? No doesn't feel that way. At all. And you can't talk about that the first day of democratic control, and the new congress, we have a we have leverage investigation, and, publicity, and and oversight is a major constitutional responsibility. And ability that we have the number to the power of the purse, you can't pass a budget without the house as well as the Senate, and we can put requirements in that budget. We can put limitations on the use of funds we can put requirements for the use of funds and so forth. So even if you cannot pass. Subject matter Bill through both houses of the president would veto it. They can't pass a budget without the house consent. So we have considerable leverage. You've also on another topic. You've sponsored a Bill that would protect the special counsel office. Robert Muller was investigating interference in the two thousand sixteen election introduce that Bill today, and you've also threatened to subpoena acting attorney general Mr. Whittaker what do you hope to learn from him? We are very concerned about a massive fraud. And the American people by the president by his campaign in order to obtain office through fraudulent means hush money payments to women Michael Cohen working with the Russians plus obstruction of Justice in the investigation of that we have to look into all of that. And the special counsel is looking into that or into some of it insofar as they may be crimes, but we have to look into all of that to protect the integrity of our elections and the integrity of our democratic system and to protect the American people from being defrauded by by the Trump campaign Ovalles future campaigns for that matter. So that is the prime thing that we have to do we have to put an end to Republican efforts over the last two years to interfere with an undermine the special counsel's investigation. If the Muller investigation uncovers evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors are you prepared to pursue impeachment? And even if it's politically unpopular it's too early. To talk about impeachment. But what is important at this point is to follow all the facts where they lead to make sure that those facts are public and to make sure that they're not interfered with by the Trump administration. So if a special counsel issues report, we have to make sure that that report is is it becomes public. If necessary we'll subpoena it necessarily will quote Muller to testify in front of the committee about it. We have to make sure that it's not varied by the Trump administration. Bye bye Whitaker or by bar. The President Trump has been implicated and campaign law violations. As part of Michael Collins plea, something like that an impeachable offense. It could be that. I don't wanna get into impeachment now. 'cause it when we're not prepared for that. At this point. The some of what he's been accused of could be impeachable. Offenses. But the real question now is to find out what happened to find out. What frauds were committed but frauds against American democracy. And to make sure the public knows that the public can judge, and we can judge in the judiciary committee instead of where we should go from there whether to be impeachment whether it should be protective legislation for the future. Whatever it may be. And you were earlier you were speaking about William bar, the White House nominee for attorney general. Yes. And and the acting attorney general Mr. Whittaker is it possible that you will overplay your hand.
"Catch and return": U.S. asylum seekers will have to wait in Mexico
"Secretary Hairston Nielsen announcing that effective immediately. Certain asylum seekers who arrive in the US illegally from Mexico. We'll have to wait in Mexico during the course of their hearings her testimony earlier today before the house committee today, I am announcing historic measures to bring the situation under control effective immediately. The United States will begin the process of invoking section to thirty five b to see the immigration and nationality act once implemented individuals arriving in or entering the United States from Mexico illegally or without proper documentation may be returned to Mexico for the duration of their immigration proceedings. They will not be able to disappear into the United States. They will have to wait for a provable to come into the United States. If they are granted asylum by US judge. They will be welcomed into America. If they are not they will be removed to their home countries. Let me be clear we will undertake these steps consistent with our domestic and international legal obligations, including our humanitarian commitments. We have notified the Mexican government of our intended actions in response. Mexico has informed us that they will commit to implement essential measures on their side of the border. Give a civil Tate this process, by providing humanitarian assistance, they have announced that affected migrants will receive humanitarian visas to stay on Mexican soil. They will be given the ability to apply for work and be given other protections while they oh, wait a US legal determination in the coming days. We will discuss it. Mexico ways to ensure the limitation of our decision in a way that is transparent effective and ensures safe and orderly flow. Moreover as was announced by the United States and Mexico in December eighteen both countries are also committed to work on a comprehensive plan to reduce irregular migration across the region. This is something I have personally spent years pursuing behind the scenes, I had dozens of meetings with leaders from the northern triangle, convened, private sector executives and put forth proposals to address the root causes of illegal migration. We look forward to working with our Mexican partners to jointly address smuggling trafficking illegal cross border activity throughout Central America. Once and for all I cannot overstate the significance of these developments. We are taking lawful unilateral action to stop illegal entry now Mexico is taking its own appropriate actions in response, and our two countries have committed to a major regional plan to solve this crisis. Well, the department of homeland security is claiming that they've seen a two thousand percent increase in migrants. Calling it a credible. Fear of these. Trying to come into this country the first step to asylum and that asylum claims last year rising by nearly seventy percent compared to twenty sixteen. Meanwhile, the lawyers for the family and that seven year old Guatemalan girl who died in the custody of the customs and border protection. Office are calling for a thorough and independent review under the child's death echoing demands from a number of members of congress secretary Neil Neilson, speaking about her tragic death at today's hearing. But today, I want to focus on one of our core missions in particular, our duty to secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws. This is one of the highest priorities of the president the administration and my department. Indeed, it is among the most fundamental responsibility of any sovereign nation. We face a crisis at our border, a real serious and sustained crisis. We have tens of thousands of illegal aliens arriving at our doorstep every month, we have drugs criminals and violence spilling into our country every week, and we have smugglers, and traffickers who profit for human misery every single day by exploiting people who are seeking a better life saving them about our laws and feeling everything from sexual slavery for the smuggling of illicit goods this chain of human misery is no more evident than with the tragic death of seven year old Jacolin Kalmykian. Her death has deeply affected the border patrol agents involved in her case and the entire department. My heart goes out to her family and loved ones and our entire department mourns this tragedy, and then there was this often emotional exchange between Illinois democratic congressman Luis Gutierrez and the homeland secure. Secretary Kirsten Nielsen. But it is repugnant to me an astonishing to me that during Christmas. Call them the holiday seasons to be inclusive, but during Christmas because majority always wants to just call it Christmas during Christmas time in which we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. A Jesus Christ who has a plea or his life. With Mary and Joseph. Thank god. There wasn't a wall that stopped him from seeking refuge in Egypt. Thank god. That wall wasn't there. And thank God. There wasn't administration like this or he would have to have perished on the twenty eight and the day of innocence. When Herod ordered the murder of every child under two years of age. Maybe I haven't gone a lots of Bye-bye school. But I know that part thank God. Shame on everybody that separates children and allows them to stay at the other side of the border fearing death thing hunger free sickness shame on us for wearing our badge of Christianity during Christmas and allow the secretary to come here and lie. Thank you. Gentlemen, has expired secretary would we'd cared respond to any other than to say that calling me a liar fighting words, not a liar. We've never had a policy for family separation. I'm happy to walk the gentlemen, through it again policy of family separation with me that any family that I encountered in the interior. I would separate it would mean that any family that I found it eventually I would separate it would mean that every single family that I found illegally crossing. We would separate. We did. None of those what we did do is cold the laws that congress has passed and we prosecuted those who choose to come here illegally as far as not being compassionate. Let me just tell you what I have done. And of course, he can't be bothered to stay. So I'm happy to tell the rest of the committee. What we have done is. We have worked extensively with the northern triangle countries to find ways to help vulnerable populations as soon in their journey as possible. The current system puts them at the cans of those who prey on them and who abused them. So we've worked extensively to increase. Silence. Capacity to help them as soon as possible we've worked on child exploitation, including very unfortunate new crimes which are lied distance. Abused for somebody goes online at direction abuser. And how'd you use a child as they watch that is a crime that D H S investigates and prosecutes we have worked against traffickers. We have the first anti-smuggling anti-trafficking strategy, this January we do investigations, we help survivors. I take personal offense on behalf of the two hundred and forty thousand men and women of the department of homeland security. Thank you, sir. That was the department secretary testifying before the House Judiciary committee, by the way, the seven year old girl who died in Texas hospital. She died on December the eighth two days after being taken in by border patrol custody at a remote area along the New Mexico border. Her father claimed that they were denied the basics including water while in custody, the border patrol office
Kirsten Nielsen, Mexico And President discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"The Trump administration announcing a new approach to confront illegal immigration VHS secretary Kirsten Nielsen says Mexico's new president will work with the administration to keep asylum-seekers out of the United States while their applications are pending
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Spent two days with them, and I didn't see cream and also rapist store terrorists stop saying. They're monsters. They're more mothers than monsters. More mothers than monsters. That was the first one was Jorges Ramos. He's like the lead reporter for the Mexican or perhaps, it's it's more than Mexico. It's Univision and are Latin American media outlet and Jose Ramos, if you know anything about him, he doesn't even make a pretense of being fair. He's been called the Walter Cronkite of Latin American journalist, and for those of you that are my age. I think that says about all you need to know about his bias. The other one is cement at himself. Chris cuomo. I mean, come on more mothers than monsters. It makes me wonder did these people really believe the stuff that's coming out of their mouths. I mean, you gotta wonder sometime. Well, here are the facts on that particular contention, and the facts are straight from the source Kristen Neal's or Kirsten Nielsen the. Secretary of homeland security on Monday, put out a statement about this. And I'm just going to read a couple of sentences of her statement, again, this is the secretary of homeland security Kirsten Nielsen on Monday. She says, quote, we cannot confirm the backgrounds and identities of all caravan members which possesses a national security and public safety restrict country. However, at this point, we have confirmed that there are over six hundred convicted criminals, traveling with the caravan flow. This includes individuals known to law enforcement for assault battery drug charges, burglary, rape, child abuse and more. This is serious. Additionally, Mexico has already arrested one hundred caravan members for criminal violations in Mexico close quote, so I would ask Mr. Cuomo more mothers than monsters, Mr. Cuomo. You can decide. But it's just it's ridiculous. Okay. The third lie that I want to talk about is the contention among the mainstream media and their fellow travellers on the left in the Democratic Party that deploying troops to the border, which President Trump did weeks ago was wrong and unnecessary. And I think this is probably the most blatant example of bias was this contention that it was unnecessary and wrong to do this. And some of them even said that it was a legal got one little clip. We wanna play here. Could you hit that police? It is inappropriate..
Trump Is Desperate to Oust DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen
"There's a report that homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen may be replaced soon. The Washington Post is starting White House officials as saying President Trump is looking to have Nielsen replaced as soon as possible amid his complaints over her record enforcing immigration policy.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The caravan. I'm Jack Callaghan, Fox News. The Pentagon ordering hundreds of troops to the US. Southern border has the Central American migrants. Caravan approaches homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says troops will support border patrol agents have any intention right now to shoot people. They will be apprehended however secretary Nielsen telling FOX's the story with Martha McCallum she will not tolerate acts of violence against border patrol agents. The search for whomever made and mailed several suspicious packages continues. Investigators looking at possible points of origin sources confirmed that postal markings have helped tangible investigators refined the focus of their probe with Florida described as a quote region of interest. Attorney general Jeff Sessions we met with and brief the president to bring him up today. FBI ATF or working on this on the monk ISIS style logo on one mailing to government officials said investigators believe it was designed to create confusion not indicated. Connection to a known terrorist group. Fox's Catherine Herridge the FBI warning there may yet be more packages out there tragedy at a national park, a man and a woman falling to their deaths from Taft point in Yosemite national Park Rangers investigating how that happened. Lightining year old mother arrested in Chandler, Arizona for drowning her newborn son in a bathtub. Police sergeant Daniel Bahia says it was no accident during the course of the investigation. Detectives found out that the suspect was online searching for disturbing ways. To basically end this child's life. So there was obviously some some evidence of that nature that indicated that she planned to kill the baby police say the infant was found in a duffel bag of the mother's home. Fourteen kindergarteners have been stabbed in an attack at a school and Chung ching in western China. Thirty nine year old woman suspected in the attack was restrained by.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Secretary Kirsten Nielsen says the US is keeping a close eye on the caravan, and we'll prosecute those who are trying to profit from irregular migration. Some of the migrants are low on money, but they keep moving forward hoping for the best wing have faith in God. Has the final word. I'm John Laurens reporting. It's nine after Turkey's president is promising that tomorrow he'll announce what his country's investigators have learned in that apparent murder of Saudi writer, Jamal Khashoggi. Bob Costantini has the latest Saudi statement. Obviously there's been deception and there's been lies President Trump tells the Washington Post two days after he said the Saudis explanation for the deaths of Jamal Kushtia. She was plausible and the Saudi story has shifted again. Now, foreign minister idle algae Baier on Fox News Sunday says Khashoggi was put into a chokehold that resulted in his dying in the bull consulate. And he blames it on rogue operatives. Whether they have close ties to the monarchy or not the individuals who did this this outside the this. Obviously was tremendous mistake. Major components mistake was the attempt to try to cover up. There are a number of Republicans in the Senate and house who don't believe the Saudis, shifting explanations. Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska, and the Saudis have a lot to answer for you got some big problems in the intelligence that I've seen raises more questions than any of their cover stories right now, we're answering. I hope the president is consulting deeply with this intelligence community on Fox News Sunday Senator rand Paul incredulous over the notion that security personnel flown into Istanbul from Riyadh were rogue. There's no way. Fifteen people were sent from Saudi Arabia Turkey to kill a dissident without the approval, the crown prince crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, according to his government is blameless. And whether he believes that or not House Republican Matt gaetz is thinking more like President Trump. There must be consequences there..
DHS: FEMA chief used vehicles without authorizition, but won't be fired
"The head of the federal disaster response agency us government vehicles without proper authorization, but will not lose his job over at that work from homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen federal emergency. Management agency. Administrator Brock long had been under investigation by the homeland security department's watchdog over possibly misusing government vehicles to travel to his home in North Carolina were leaked of the investigation just as hurricane. Florence was poised to make landfall earlier this month. Nielsen said in a statement there had been a long standing practice to transport FEMA administrators and government vehicles to ensure they could remain connected during a crisis. But despite this practice use of government vehicles for home to work travel was not officially authorized and that practice was eliminated in
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dot org slash forum and, click on the segment or tweet us our Twitter handle is at forum but, there's something, again that you want, to bring to the conversation A question or comment. We do welcome you and now. Would be the time to call or, Email, because, as, I, said, we're, gonna, be. Talking specifically and in a more of not more than this because we were pretty, focused, here, though, we're, also, kind, of, touching. On so many topics but focus on the economy we do welcome your involvement now and talking about Nancy cook just a split within the administration you know when you. Get down to Russia and Russia, the investigation being called a hoax and then you have people like Well some big, names like Dan Coats for. Example but also for that matter Kirsten Nielsen John Bolton, they're, all pretty seriously suspicious of Putin. And Russia, and they've all said things that really go, against the line that we're hearing. From Rudy Giuliani and the president The glass Thursday and they've brought out. Basically you, know a bunch of cabinet heads which was unprecedented at least since I started covering the Trump White House, since the inauguration to answer questions about how their each, taking on, how each agency from the department of homeland security to the national intelligence agencies you know to the FBI how they're. Taking this threat of Russian interference in elections and just a US institution seriously and then just hours later at his rally in Pennsylvania you know Trump completely undermined all of these people and and everything that they had said by saying that all, of this without and so it's just it's interesting thing where you know these agencies. Are, sort of going ahead and saying, that they're. Trying to combat all of, this, working on it, and spending money and doing programs and meeting with, people in the private sector and the president just hours later completely undercuts done and dismisses at all those efforts And I think we've seen that again and again with policy things obviously with. This there's quite a bit stake and you mentioned Pennsylvania it seems like Pennsylvania has redefined to some extent the idea that the press is the enemy of the people because now we have Kellyanne Conway also saying well not really the enemy of, the people it's fake news it's the enemy and there's that attempt again to quantify Qualify let me get some. Callers on there. Let's go to, Berkeley I and welcome Louise Louise China's Hi my comment or question is to the recorder that they, often talk about what some believe the way I feel the way I perceive his tweets and comments and she just. Strategizes to say something that plausibly persuasive. To face and has. Nothing to do with belief system Monaco let me go to? You, on this there is the perception that the. President is, always talking to his base and maybe there isn't a belief system behind that or know, since he, waiver so often and tugs out of both sides what are, we to believe in terms of what he believes well you know a couple of points on this, I mean I think that the callers right that the president does generally speak just to his base you know he's had plenty of opportunities to talk to independence or. Democrats and, certainly doesn't do much of that aside, from. A brief interaction, with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and that Republicans worried that he might fall into, the arms of Chuck and Nancy because he, was upset about how Republicans were dealing with an pushing forward on healthcare for example I think that his ideology is fluid certainly but you know given the, fact that he has run as a Republican run on these various platforms any has this base in place that Has expecations of him you know whether or not. He has deep down core beliefs on those things it's not clear but he knows that he's beholden to that base to make sure. That he delivers on those promises so. That he doesn't lose that floor so that's one when you're trying to, suss out his ideology to there are some things that I think he does have that is core belief system trade for. Example he has been a protectionist for some thirty thirty five? Years, if you go back and look at some. Of his, interviews in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s whether it was on Oprah or Larry, King he, was talking a lot about how Japan is killing us they're, making cars that we can't keep up with because of their trade policy so when it comes to, trade and those protectionist policies but you see rankle a lot of Republicans I think that is one piece of his belief system that he's had for a long time. And I, do think that he's had this chip, on. His shoulder it's, it's kind of ironic given the amount of money that he's made that he believes, so many things are unfair in life But he. Really does and he knows how to sort of gin, up a group of people white Americans in. Particular who feel all of these grievances changing demographics of the country that he can get them. To rally behind him and again the medical Montinaro with us from. Washington is lead editor for politics and digital audience with NPR and our next caller is Sam Sam welcome you're on the air Oh thanks for the? Interesting hour session so I'm? Very concerned about the children who have been separated from their parents who were applying for the US? An argument that's been? Made, by, the Trump administration is that, the parents who were deported without, being, reunited. With their children they chose not to be which, I don't necessarily believe but the. Point is what? About, the what if they, want to be reunited with. Their parents has there been, any movement is anybody taking their side and trying to defend the. Children's right to be reunited with their parents is there any moving well Sam thank you, for the question I'm, going to go to Nancy cook Nancy the order came from the judge in San Diego but, it wasn't met in time where are we well I think you know I don't cover immigration specifically I cover. The White, House so I'm not as steeped in the day to day of this but I do think that the pattern that we've seen, on all. Of these reunification question Is really that the judicial system and all these different? Judges around the country? Are, really, putting the brakes on the. Trump administration on what they wanna, do, on. This and also sort of doing the oversight and, that making sure that children get. Reunited with their? Parents, the Trump administration I, don't think has shown a. Ton of initiative on this, policy was rolled out very quickly without really plans as to how. It would you know operate how they would keep track of people and so I think So Nancy. Did we lose you Medical? You, want to weigh in here yeah I can sort of pick. Up on that a little bit. It was, really stunning to me Seeing. That, the Trump administration essentially wanted the ACLU the American Civil Liberties union to be. Responsible for going and reuniting the families. That were left clearly this administration did not have a plan as Nancy was alluding to. Four this they didn't have a plan to reunite they didn't have a plan on what to do when it came to the. Separation day, just felt, like this could be a deterrent and for as much as they didn't want to say that it was a deterrent, we had you know President Trump's chief of staff on tape with his interview, with John Burnett who. Covers immigration for us saying that they they believe that this would be a deterrent for. People coming from Central America but with Jonah law so tell you is that the conditions in, Central America are so difficult are so bad it's so dangerous that that people who. Would rather risk their lives come. To, the United States even if there's some form of detention to. To hope that they can make Safer life for them or their children but this this final remaining four or five, hundred children who are still in the United States still in detention who are, clearly separated from whomever. Their mother or father are the administration doesn't have a great plan for this and the. Courts are the ones telling them what they need to be able to do we'll have to, leave it there thank you Dominica Montero thanking Nancy cook I'm sorry call dropped Good to have you both with us appreciate your being with us another. Segment is up ahead we're going. To look. At the, economy stay, tuned. For that, it's next Here's what's coming up on, forum in our second hour this morning at the age of fifty two.
Bankrupt Brookstone to close all its mall stores
"And the press I'm Ed Donahue the AP news minute first daughter Ivanka Trump says she does. Not view the news media as, the enemy of the, people White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders was asked if the press is the enemy of the. People repeatedly the media resorts to personal attacks without any content. Other than, to incite, anger the media has attacked me personally unin number of occasions including your. Own network said should be harassed as a life sentence that I should be choked. She was talking about CNN Trump, administration, officials like. Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says President Trump's. Priority is to protect the. Upcoming midterm elections from cyber attacks our democracy itself is in the crosshairs and active shooter. Has, been reported at Wright Patterson air force base in Dayton Ohio personal personnel there have been told to shelter in place the base is. In lockdown apple has become the world's first publicly. Traded company to be valued at one trillion dollars I'm Ed Donahue The Federal Reserve's leaving its, benchmark interest rate unchanged while signaling further gradual rate hikes in the coming months ahead is long as the. Economy stays healthy the Fed's decision left the central bank's key short-term rate, at, one point seven five percent, to two percent which is the level hit in June when the fed boosted the rate for a second time this, year in June the fed projected four rate hikes this year and private economists expect the next hike to occur at the September meeting in a, brief policy statement, the fed notes a, strengthening labor market economic activity growing at a strong rate and inflation that's reached the central bank's target of two. Percent annual gains Brixton's closing all of its remaining shopping mall stores, the retailers filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection again after first filing for bankruptcy in twenty fourteen and says it will focus solely on its thirty, five airport locations, and online sales for, stone CEO says the situation in malls has been extremely challenging and the decision to close them all was difficult The amount of money owed by the, imprisoned former mayor of Detroit Kwame Kilpatrick is growing, the Detroit News reports a US district judge on Wednesday, ordered Kilpatrick to pay more than five hundred fifty thousand dollars to the us. Securities and Exchange Commission raising his debts from taxes criminal cases and other matters to more than eleven and a half million the SEC said in a civil case Kilpatrick was. Part of a scheme to strong arm. A city pension fund, businessman for private flights concert, tickets and other. Perks Kilpatrick, asked in April. For the. Judgment to. Be set aside he was sentenced in two thousand thirteen to twenty eight. Years in prison for corruption during his years in office and is now. Seeking a pardon or clemency from President Trump Amazon has everything for back to school zebra lunchbox check cool, Adidas gear like t shirts shoes and backpacks check triceratops folders and pencils check laser..
Slain Russian journalists were probing Kremlin-linked mercenary group in Africa
"Radio news I'm Ed Donahue the president is specifically directed us to make the matter, of the election, meddling and securing our election process a top priority national intelligence director Dan. Coats is among the. Officials who. Spoke at the White House about efforts to protect the upcoming midterm elections from cyberattack we continue to see pervasive messaging messaging campaign by Russia to try to. Weaken, and divide, the United States but Cote says, Russia is not the only country that could try to influence the election. This, is press secretary Sarah Sanders the president has made it clear that his. Administration will not tolerate foreign interference in, our elections from any nation state or other dangerous actor homeland. Security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says our democracy is in the crosshairs, the national archives and records administration says it. Won't be able to finish Review of nearly one million documents. Regarding supreme court nominee Brett. Kavanagh's time in the George W, Bush White House until the end of October it could potentially thwart hopes by Republicans for a. Quick confirmation before the November election. Paul manafort's bookkeeper, testified the former. Trump campaign chairman kept her in the dark about the foreign Bank accounts he was using to buy millions and luxury items and personal expenses. Manafort is on trial near Washington on Bank fraud and tax evasion charges Ohio State football practice starts tomorrow and coach urban, Meyer won't be there he's on administrative leave over the handling of a longtime assistant Zack Smith who's been, accused of domestic, violence his wife Courtney Smith spoke to stadium sports when I stood up. To him he'd and. Like and. He took me and shoved me up against the wall with his hands around my neck something he did very often Zac Smith was fired last week a. Grocery, store in, Los Angeles where a manager was, accidentally killed by police during a gun battle with a suspect has reopened This is AP radio news Three Russian journalists have been killed. In the Central African Republic the three journalists were in researching a story about a Russian private military contracting, company as what is probing Moscow's interests in the local gold diamond and uranium industries when they. Were apparently ambush late Monday now, a foreign ministry spokeswoman says the bodies of the men had gunshot wounds that no. Injuries suggested they were tortured the reporters colleagues have said the killings could be linked, to, the gymnastics flirted work exiled Russian opposition figure Mikhail could've ski who'd financed the Africa trip has. Vowed to investigate, the slayings I'm Charles investigators say they have concluded, a woman spotted in northwest Missouri was. Not a missing college student Molly Tibbets hasn't. Been seen since July eighteenth a truck stop employee said she saw someone resembling Tibbets eating at, a local, fast food restaurant. Ed Donahue AP radio news AP radio news I'm Ed Donahue the president is specifically directed us to make the, matter of, the election meddling Securing our election process a top priority national intelligence director Dan Coats, is among the officials who spoke at the White House about efforts to protect the upcoming midterm elections from cyberattack we. Continue to see, a pervasive meshes in messaging campaign by Russia to try to weaken and. Divide the United States. But Cote. Says Russia is not the only country that could try to influence the election this is press secretary Sarah Sanders the president has made it clear that his. Administration, will not, tolerate foreign interference in our elections, from any nation state or other dangerous actor homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says our democracy is in the crosshairs the national archives. And records administration. Says it won't be able to finish its review of, nearly. One million documents regarding supreme, court nominee Brett. Kavanagh's Amazon.
How Trump's tariffs are hurting the newspaper industry
"Everything back to school from a to z A North Carolina newspapers blaming President Trump for its decision to drop funday. Comics in an editorial. The is Sonian in Lumberton says it'll. No longer printed eight-page, color comics section in Sunday, editions because of. Rising costs, caused by the. Trump administration's. Tariffs on. Canadian newsprint that tariffs put in place in March 'cause newsprint prices to. Go up by twenty five to thirty percent the newspaper says it's. A decision we really believe was made at the White, House it will. Now run only a single page of black and white comics and puzzles A cyber attack on critical infrastructure could cripple parts of the nation AP's Warren Levinson. Reports the department of homeland security is creating new office to deal. With potential threats homeland, security secretary Kirsten Nielsen, says the national risk management center will aim to identify and counter threats. To the computer systems that operate the nation's banks and utilities for example Nielsen told a department conference in New York the nation cyber defenses are dangerously uncoordinated in fact I believe that cyber threats collectively now. Exceed the danger of physical attacks against us the action comes amid. Renewed concern about Russian hacking in. A bid to influence the fall congressional election Nielsen. Insisted any attempt to interfere in US elections won't be tolerated Warren Levinson New York There's a federal health alert over parasites in food. AP correspondent, Mike have been says that affects salads and. Wraps the, Agriculture Department's food safety and. Inspection service, says more than two dozen beef pork and poultry salads and wrapped four from Japan, for Britain's goal of joining an eleven country Pacific trade agreement the UK's trying to launch negotiations on. New trade agreements with Asia the us Australia and New Zealand for. The post Brexit era I I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on. Apple podcasts and podcast one while there be sure to subscribe rate, and review that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast.
Kelly to stay on as Trump's White House chief of staff until 2020
"Despite repeated rumors that he was packing his bags White House chief of staff John, Kelly says he's staying put just days after marking his one year anniversary as White House chief of. Staff John Kelly told the west wing staff the. President Trump had asked him to remain in, his post through the twenty twenty election Kelly agreed to the request and if he remains in his post through twenty twenty he will be among the longest serving White House chiefs of staff in American history the sixty eight year old retired Marine Corps general came into the job with a mandate to impose. Discipline in the west wing and over the, course of the last few months Kelly's imminent departure. Had been predicted by numerous media outlets at the White House Jon decker Fox. News department, of, homeland security says it's creating center aimed at protecting banks. Electric companies and other critical, infrastructure against cyber. Attacks secretary Kirsten Nielsen says the threat from cyber attack now exceeds the danger of physical attacks against the US, by hostile for Him group nearly two. Dozen cars. Smashed when a Dallas parking garage collapsed yesterday part of the structure remains with, fire chief won't let drivers in to retrieve their. Cars still, in it, for the rest of it will come down in the Philippines fancy cars are being smashed on purpose Philippine President Rodrigo Taddei watching from the sidelines in hot hat a bulldozer drives over a line of luxury. Vehicles including Lamborghini applause at Harley Davidson The destruction of the whole more than five million dollars is part of a smuggling crackdown detat Tate who's known for his tough, anti-crime policies, saggy, Oded the disposal Dole she'll do word You.
Durbin calls on Nielsen to resign
"Include taxes and fees a, jury has been selected opening statements have, wrapped up and the first witness testifying in the, Virginia criminal, trial of President Trump's former campaign, chair Paul Manafort more on the trial from. Corespondent Jessica Sanchez manafort's Virginia case centers around his passed. Lobbying work for the pro Putin Ukrainian government for which prosecutors say he received sixty million dollars the, government alleges Manafort hid, millions and failed to pay taxes while still spending the money on real estate and luxury purchases including homes in Manhattan Virginia in the Hamptons expensive suits. And baseball tickets and prosecutors will present hundreds of emails, photos and. Financial records to. Prove it manafort's pleaded not guilty to numerous counts of Bank and tax fraud and failure. To file reports on foreign financial accounts Facebook says it's uncovered and shutdown Thirty two accounts, because they were involved. In sophisticated efforts to influence u. s. politics on its platforms. Correspondent drew Griffin says the. Accounts use the same strategy as those that attempted to influence the two thousand sixteen election they're. Not sure Facebook believes. It could be Russians it's typical of the behavior that, they saw around the two thousand sixteen elections setting up fake sites getting real Americans to like follow these pages then sending out disinflation to encourage division in America a Facebook official says the company privately briefed house and Senate lawmakers about this this week in, the family border separation, story are Bill Cameron says Senator Durbin in the Senate Judiciary committee today called on the homeland security secretary to resign demand that. Will be ignored but Durbin said family separations have become so extreme border guards are calling them deleted family units in. The name of these deleted fam- Units seven hundred and eleven lost children and common decency I am today calling on the architect of this humanitarian disaster department of homeland. Security secretary Kirsten, Nielsen to step down someone someone in this administration has to accept responsibility we can have border security. Without bullying we could be safe without treating toddlers. Is terrorist the other side says zero tolerance at the border was well intentioned but has had some unintended consequences Bill Cameron WLS AM eight and, emotion to request a judge in the murder trial. Of Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke has been denied are Nick gale with. That store presiding judge of Cook County criminal court denied. The change, of judge request which means current judge Vincent gone will hear a change of venue motion on Friday attorneys for Van, Dyke want, the case tried outside of Cook County because of all the media coverage here also in court members of the media are Arguing that. Several sealed documents should be, accessible after. The state supreme court ordered so, back in may judge gone ruled that some, but not all of those documents will remain sealed. As include grand jury testimony van Dyke's charged with first degree murder after he shot, teenager Liqun McDonald's sixteen times back in, twenty four team Van Dyke split not guilty. Saying he pulled the trigger in self defense as McDonald was wielding a knife the trial. Has been set for, September fifth Nick gale w eight nine WLS, news time four zero five on. The roads.
HP launches bug bounty program for printers
"Sources, say the company is in talks with over the top providers and bundles about getting the content on platforms other than Yahoos own distribution channels. Logitech acquiring blue microphones for one hundred seventeen million dollars in cash. Blue is known for Mike that range in price from about sixty dollars over four thousand dollars and has some popular Mike, such as the USB yeti Logitech also owns Astro gaming jaybird. An ultimate ears, nine to five. MAC reports, evidence in Iowa's, twelve developer beta five for future dual sim support through new references to a second sim status. A second sim trace. Status and Adilson device dual some cars which allow users to switch between different carrier plans popular in certain countries such as Nigeria, Brazil, Egypt, but less common in the USA, Canada and Australia on Tuesday, US, homeland security, secretary Kirsten, Nielsen announced at a cyber summit in New York City. The creation of the national risk management center designed to guard energy companies, banks and other industries against cyberattacks. The center will be a collaborative effort between private businesses and the government on how to identify potential threats and guard against futures. And finally, HP announced a new private bug bounty for researchers with up to a ten thousand dollar reward for finding vulnerabilities in h p printer hardware in partnership with bug bounty platform. Bug crowd HP says, it's the only vendor to launch a printer only vulnerability disclosure program. If a security vulnerability has already been discovered by the company, but also reported by a researcher HP says, it may issue a reward based on good faith for more discussion. The tech news of the day subscribed to detect new show dot com. I'm Sarah lane. Thanks so much for listening touchy next time.
At Senate immigration hearing, Durbin calls on Nielsen to resign
"Immigration hearing. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute at a Senate Judiciary committee, hearing Illinois, Democrat, dick Durbin since homeland security secretary Kirsten, Nielsen should resign over the Trump administration, separation of migrant children from families, but it was on her watch and under her leadership that nearly twenty seven hundred children were separated from their parents and more than seven hundred children's still have not been reunited with their families including more than four hundred whose parents were apparently deported and more than ninety whose parents can't be located at all committee. Chairman, Charles Grassley says Trump's crackdown on people illegally crossing the border from Mexico as well intentioned, but has had unintended consequences officials in California, say, fire crews have made some gains against twin wildfires in lake and Mendocino county in northern California that are threatening several lakeside towns. I'm Ed Donahue.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"You know, that's the reason why President Trump stepped in and signed an executive order to say that these families would be reunited that they would have to be not kept separately because of that political pressure. You know, he initially pointed at congress and said, congress is going to have to change the law that he wasn't going to do anything. Well, he got out in front of that and wind up signing this executive order. And we saw congress actually not be able to get its act together and do anything to rectify the. So you know, that's really what the what the problem for Republicans have been, especially these moderate Republicans in these swing districts. Now, the issue that Republicans have have done is that they've, they've taken this and decided to run with it and say that if Democrats want to push some of these more extreme narratives like. Abolish ice because that's what became the thing that people started talking about after the democratic socialist candidate in New York. Alexandra Kazuyo Cortez one that suddenly this abolish ice movement became the thing, and that's something Republicans latched onto and said, this is what Democrats really want to do, and it didn't become about family separations anymore. But when you talk about family separations, that's hugely unpopular, but let me, you know, I wanna flip that Dominica the audience that this drama is being played out for is not in my opinion as much Trump's base, it's Central America because all of these images and you know the emotional anguish story that we heard from Maria. And you know the, the wailing of the children in detention centers that were played in a press conference with with homeland security, secretary, Kirsten, Nielsen, all of these problems they've had with family, separation and reunification. I believe. Going to act as a deterrent, which is what the administration wanted in the first place. I'm John. Kelly told me in an interview in his office. This family's separation is meant as a deterrent. The kids will go to foster care wherever and these are horrific stories and images, and the Spanish language media is going to transmit this all over Central America and people are going to know that these are the consequences. If you bring your kids with you and you cross into the US. So we'll have to see and remember Mike Pence went to Brazil to deliver exactly that message to say, don't bring your children to the United States. Don't make that difficult drive difficult journey, and I really want to emphasize that interview you had with John Kelly. In fact, I think we have some of what Kelly told you and so family separation stands as a pretty tough could be tough to turn would be a tough deterrent, a much faster turnaround on asylum, even though people say that's cruel and heartless to take a mother away from her. Yeah, I think cruel and heartless. I wouldn't put it quite that way. The children will be taken care of to put into foster care, whatever put the big point is they elected to come illegally into the United States, and this is a technique that no one hopes will be used extensively for very long..
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Right now there is a very real enthusiasm gap democrats aren't just running up and getting in people's faces like kirsten nielsen and kicking him out of restaurants like sarah huckabee sanders they are getting out and voting if there is any sort of malays or if there is any sort of taking for granted the republican vote i feel like democrats are chomping at the bit to get out and vote and make their voices heard in opposition to trump much like republicans were in two thousand ten this was essentially a referendum on barack obama same thing in two thousand fourteen after the stinging defeat of mitt romney in two thousand twelve can republicans make that voter enthusiasm gap up and if so how do they do that numerically you've already tapped on something that is very very unique and i think matt jerry my degree here this is the first election where it's going to be three very very separate camps here it's going to be angry democrats it's going to be hopefully energized republicans but again i go back to danone donald's pointing out of the excitement and the venom that the democrats are embracing to get out there and finally vote i really believe the republicans can win what the democrats are willing to lose which is if they lose their minds to a certain degree that gets the attention of the republican who might be vacillating and might be running out of energy like the wisconsin republican who's been on a war footing since two thousand ten and yeah you will you looked at madison during that insanity and a lot of people are fatigued and dan i think you're right it's did three very separate different camps and i applied my logic to your historical analysis here history portends that the republicans will probably lose something but the three separate camps tells me as i said on election day in two thousand sixteen it was the first time that i said in my life i'm really not sure who's going to win tonight because the the the polling seem different to me something didn't seem like he was being anecdotally i can tell you friends all over the country would i get one number from cnn and msnbc and they told me no we were waiting in milo lines to to get into these rallies dan i'm going to say this again and shame on me you know if i'm appointed talk show host here but the fact is i'm not sure how this thing is going to flesh out in november because the unhinged fourth estate that's willing to join the democrat party to go down this rabbit hole i think they can lose it themselves by their their media attention and and you know if i don't think you're gonna win on i hate trump i think you could win on look we've done right and look we're going to reverse the vulgarity or the bulgarian a world of donald trump that might resonate with people but this is three separate camps this year and again i think there's a lot of untold here that we can't predict you know it's interesting that you say you can't win on i hate trump the democrats basically did in two thousand six they ran on we hate bush now at you had an economy that was sorta starting to slop after the rebound following the nine eleven terror attacks the two thousand one two thousand three tax cuts which injected life into the economy but you already saw signs of faltering right now we've got a strong economy right now we are in a time of peace so much so that you've got a day taught with the north koreans of all people at least in theory we might and you've essentially got an american people who are saying in poll after poll they're happy with the direction of the country so jerry you've got these competing things here you've got history which says the democrats are going to pick up seats and they're probably going to flip the house but the fundamentals of this election good right track wrong track is certainly in favor of the president and the fact that we're in peacetime suggests to me that the party in power is likely to do better than expected what you're seeing is in the polling data and these polls almost always oversample democrats when it comes to actually shows up to elections even in two thousand twelve they were talking about barack obama winning by whatever was going to be eight nine points and it was considerably less than that because the electorate in terms of who showed up.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"So so that is last night at a mexican restaurant as president trump secretary of homeland security kirsten nielsen is trying to eat out at a mexican restaurant yeah one of the chance there and they really weren't very good you know protesters go they really weren't all that great one of the things though that they said is if kids don't eat in peace you don't eat in peace not in dc not in the us they chanted at one point now first of all these kids they merced most certainly are eating and peace they're they're eating better here in our detention centers then they reading back home wherever they came from mexico honduras you name it now we're finding out more about one of the activists who chase this poor woman down kirsten nielsen out of the mexican restaurant last night the daily caller news foundation has confirmed members of the washington dc chapter of the democratic socialists of america crashed her meal with the demonstration full of those chance and other outbursts in one of those participants is a paralegal al's alison for bar and apparently she actually works for the trump administration as a paralegal in the department of justice yeah i didn't see that one coming kirsten nielsen you're a villain locking up immigration children they can be heard saying in a video so i guess the question is you know again this allison who are bar somebody who works in the trump administration i wonder if she can get fired for that oh my lord that is so funny i don't know why find that funny but i do now for the record i don't know if she can't get fired i don't to be perfectly candid honest i don't know if she should get fired it is most certainly her right here in america to a protest all though i don't know if i would call this a protest i mean wouldn't you call this more harassment i think that allison who khabar bar actually harassed accursed in nielsen end so this wasn't what i would say a part of free speech it really seemed like they were harassing her and they were threatening her as well so that is now we know the identities of at least one of the people who was attacking kirsten nielsen last night out as she was trying to again each of all things mexican food in washington dc now there is a lot going on and the president just a few hours ago a did indeed sign that executive order making sure that those families at the border stay together the president had a lot to say here is part of what he said after he signed this executive order we want to have a very strong border you know i signed an executive order this morning at leading family stay together the laws are horrible we have the weakest most pathetic immigration laws anywhere in the world nobody has laws like we do right in the president also said as he was signing this executive order make no mistake these zero tolerance policy is indeed still in place and so for the president he is absolutely steadfast in the sense that he wants our borders to be protected he also talked a little bit about a storyline that we've been covering here on wbz people quite some time and that is the fact that we have the situation with mexico where they are allowing these caravans of illegal immigrants and aliens at least once they come into america these illegals coming into our country they're coming in caravans now just a little bit ago this was about what four weeks ago three or four weeks ago they had this caravan of hondurans that was coming up through mexico and the president absolutely blasted mexico for allowing this caravan of eventually illegals to come into america this is what the president had to say mexico with the nafta deal makes a fortune they have very powerful immigration laws they could stop the immigration on the spot but they choose not to do it i made them do it with respect to the caravan.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Already so so that is last night at a mexican restaurant as president trump's secretary of homeland security kirsten nielsen is trying to eat out at a mexican restaurant one of the chance there and they really weren't very good you know protesters go they really weren't all that great one of the things though that they said is if kids don't eat in peace you don't eat in peace not in dc not in the us they chanted at one point now first of all these kids they merced most certainly are eating in peace they're eating better here in our detention centers then they're reading back home wherever they came from mexico honduras you name it now we're finding out more about one of the activists who chased this poor woman down kirsten nielsen out of the mexican restaurant last night the daily caller news foundation has confirmed members of the washington dc chapter of the democratic socialists of america crashed her meal with the demonstration full of those chance and other outbursts in one of those participants is a paralegal al's alison bar and apparently she actually works for the trump administration as a paralegal in the department of justice yeah i didn't see that one coming kersh nielsen you're villain locking up immigration children they can be heard saying in a video so i guess the question is you know again this allison who bar somebody who works in the trump administration i wonder if she can get fired for that all my lord that is so funny i don't know why find that funny but i do now for for the record i don't know if she can get fired i don't to be perfectly candid honest i don't know if she should get fired it is most certainly her right here in america to a protest all though i don't know if i would call this a protest i mean wouldn't you call this more harassment i think that allison khabar actually harassed kirsten nielsen and so this wasn't what i would say a part of free speech it really seemed like they were harassing her and they were threatening her as well so that is now we know the identities of at least one of the people who was attacking kirsten nielsen last night out as she was trying to again eat of all things mexican food in washington dc now there is a lot going on and the president just a few hours ago a did indeed sign that executive order making sure that those families at the border stay together the president had a lot to say here is part of what he said after he signed this executive order you want to have a very strong border as you know i signed an executive order this morning leading family stay together the laws are horrible we have the weakest most pathetic immigration laws anywhere in the world nobody has laws like we do right in the president also said as he was signing this executive order make no mistake these zero tolerance policy is indeed still in place and so for the president he is absolutely steadfast in the sense that he wants our borders to be protected he also talked a little bit about a storyline that we've been covering here on wbz for quite some time and that is the fact that we have the situation with mexico where they are allowing these caravans of illegal immigrants and aliens at least once they come into america these illegals coming into our country they're coming in caravans now just a little bit ago this was about what four weeks ago three or four weeks ago they had this caravan of hondurans that was coming up through mexico and the president absolutely blasted mexico for allowing this caravan of eventually illegals to come into america this is what the president had to say mexico with the nafta deal makes a fortune they have very powerful immigration laws they could stop the immigration on the spot but they choose not to do it i made them do it with respect to the caravan.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The attendant of aleutian of economics in societies how transform the world your simpleminded policies imposition of tariffs have the potential to seriously damage our future prosperity you know obviously we don't know how how mike pompeo is going to lead but what does rex tillerson being out this is someone who supported foreign foreign diplomacy what does this mean for a change in policy at an impact on businesses mike pompeo understands technology well he's sort of the house intelligence committee where he was a leading voice supporting the cyber information sharing act which created that sharing relation between the public and private sectors there's more to be done there for sure but pompeii owners dancing and he's a smart guy so i think he'll be a positive trend in that direction look the brennan quote i mean you know it's unfortunate this the politics that have taken place here with a lot of partisan back and forth between former cia director's the president you know this is what it is but i don't think it's about technology balance with you i think the the white house has got a number of folks related technology rob joyce number of their folks kirsten nielsen dhs chris crabs has been nominated undersecretary state for cyber so there are a lot of people in the administration to understand cyber palm bay was one of them gets it and he's going to do a good job at st president trump though president trump has been the ceo of a big company i mean obviously in the property space so i don't i don't know what the president's cyber is he's obviously hired people who get the issues and understand technology so the man uses modern technology and a pretty aggressive way so you've got that going for him so then how do you think the relationship between silicon valley and washington will evolve as a result of this.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"President trump says his pick for homeland security secretary is tremendously qualified and talented there will be no bonded job training for christian she is ready on day one he says there's one important aspect of the department of homeland security i promised the my highest priority would be to secure america's homeland travis nominating kirsten nielsen to replace john kelly who is now white house chief of staff in a white house ceremony trump said nielsen will keep the us safe and secure he called on the senate to set partisan politics aside right and quickly confirm nielsen nielsen was kelly's top deputy at the department of homeland security and followed him to the white house he said the new homeland security secretary is tremendously qualified and the perfect pick for the job white house chief of staff john kelly says it's not his job to control president trump the job of the chief of staff is to staff the president gave him best advice or go get the best advice i can give him he says he supposed to help him make pig decisions help him worked through the decision make can process and informed way that's my job kelly rejected speculation that he is unhappy and looking to exit the white house i am not so frustrated in this job that i'm thinking of leaving he said despite popular belief the president's tweeting is not making his job more difficult a not for me a straightforward guy the it is who is the one thing of volunteers in a briefing kelly said it's his job to make sure the president has all pertinent information and the best advice possible before making huge decisions that could affect the whole country the mayor of san juan puerto rico is firing back at president trump in a tweet carmen ulan than crews called on all americans to stand with puerto rico and let president trump no that.
"kirsten nielsen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"My highest priority would be to secure america's home trump is nominating kirsten nielsen to replace john kelly who is now white house chief of staff in a white house ceremony trump said nielsen will keep the us safe and secure he called on the senate to set partisan politics aside i'd and quickly confirm nielsen nielsen was kelly his top deputy at the department of homeland security and followed him to the white house he said the new homeland security secretary is tremendously qualified and the perfect pick for the job white house chief of staff john kelly says it's not his job to control president trump job at the chief of staff is to staff the president gave him best advice although get the best advice i can give him he says he's supposed to help him make plea decisions help him worked through the decision make can process and informed way that's where john kelly rejected speculation that he is unhappy and looking to exit the white house i am not so frustrated in this job that i'm thinking of leaving he said despite popular belief the president's tweeting is not making his job more difficult i'm not a straightforward guy the president is fairness olympic volunteers in a briefing kelly said it's his job to make sure the president has all pertinent information and the best advice possible before making huge decisions that could affect the whole country the mayor of san juan puerto rico is firing back at president trump in a tweet carmen ulan crews called on all americans to stand with puerto rico and let president trump no that the island territory will not be left to die puerto rico was devastated by hurricane maria.