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Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates

The KFBK Morning News

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates

"Four debates Total three, then presidential one vice presidential debate. The first is happening. September 29th. That's with Fox News host Chris Wallace in Cleveland. Then on October 15th in Miami. We've got one hosted by C SPAN, Steve Scully and that one's been labelled as a town meeting. Think kind of town hall. We're still kind of Figuring out how that'll play out in terms of soliciting questions from from from voters. But the third presidential debate will be with NBC's Kristen Welker that on October 22nd in Nashville, and then there's a vice presidential debate with USA USA. Today's Susan Page on October 7th.

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Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates

WBBM Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates

"The commission on Presidential Debates has announced the moderators for the three presidential debates and the one vice presidential debate. Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday, will moderate the first Trump Biden debate on September 29th in Cleveland. Steve Sculley of C SPAN will moderate the second on October 15th That'll be a town hall style event in Miami. The third debate in Nashville will be moderated by Kristen Welker of NBC News. That's October 22nd. The vice presidential debate between Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence will happen in Salt Lake City on October 7th Susan Page of Yusa today will be moderating.

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Election 2020: Chris Wallace, Susan Page among moderators for presidential and vice presidential debates

Politics and Public Policy Today

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Election 2020: Chris Wallace, Susan Page among moderators for presidential and vice presidential debates

"O'Keefe of CBS News, the Commission on Presidential Debates today announcing the moderators for the upcoming three debates and the vice presidential debate, Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday, will take the helm at the first debate that is slated for September. 29th in Cleveland, Ohio. Susan Page of USA Today will moderate the vice presidential debate that slated for October, the seventh in Nashville, Tennessee. The commission asked me to moderate the second debate. It's a town hall format in Miami, Florida on October the 15th. The goal is to get questions from you, the American people, and we will do so here on the sea, Spend networks in advance of that debate. And finally NBC news White House correspondent Kristen Welker. She will moderate the final debate that is set for Nashville, Tennessee on October 22nd. Well, the Trump campaign responding to this announcement. With the following statement. Quote. These are not the moderators we would have recommended if the campaign had been allowed to have any input. Some of the identified is clear. Opponents of President Trump, meaning the Joe Biden will actually have a teammate on on stage for most of the time to help him excuse the radical leftist agenda that he's carrying. One thing is, for sure, says the Trump campaign, Chris Wallace's selection insurers that Biden will finally see him face to face after dodging his interview requests. That is if Biden actually shows up that from Tim Murtagh.

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Fox, C-SPAN, NBC moderators for upcoming Trump-Biden debates

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fox, C-SPAN, NBC moderators for upcoming Trump-Biden debates

"We already know who will be involved in the presidential debate now we know who'll be moderating them the upcoming debates between president Donald Trump and democratic challenger Joe Biden figure to be a bruising heavyweight battle and like any other battle you're gonna need a referee in there the commission on presidential debates his name that third person in the rhetorical ring Chris Wallace of fox news will do the first one set for September twenty ninth in Cleveland the October fifteenth debate as a town hall format Steve Scully of C-SPAN will handle that and then B. C.'s Kristen Welker will do the October twenty second clash and Nashville as for the vice presidential debate USA today's Susan he gets the call to moderate the clash between Mike pence and challenger Kamilla Harris Oscar wells Gabriel Washington

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Moderators announced for 2020 presidential debates

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Moderators announced for 2020 presidential debates

"The Commission on Presidential Debates, announced the lineup for three presidential debates this fall. Each forum will have a single moderator who was solely responsible for selecting the questions. Fox News anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate in Cleveland, September 29th. C Span's Steve Scully and NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker will host the 2nd and 3rd debates. October 15th and 22nd. Yusa today Susan Page will moderate the vice presidential debate October 7th Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would like to see immediate fact checking during the debates. I think that would make a great great debate. If everything both of us said was

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Fox, C-SPAN, NBC moderators for upcoming Trump-Biden debates

Dave Ramsey

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fox, C-SPAN, NBC moderators for upcoming Trump-Biden debates

"Of Fox News will handle the first scheduled debate on September 29th that'll be about between President Trump and Joe Biden in Cleveland. C Span's Steve Scully will moderate the second debate in Miami, October 15th. NBC's Kristen Welker will be at the helm of the third and final debate scheduled for October. 22nd in Nashville Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden met with reporters this morning in Wilmington,

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Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates

"Are set for the upcoming presidential debates. There will be three debates between President Trump and Joe Biden taking place over the course of 3.5 weeks. Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate on Tuesday, September 29th Steve Sculley of C SPAN and Kristen Welker of NBC News will moderate the 2nd and 3rd respectively, Susan Page of USA Today We'll ask the questions at the VP debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. The president has publicly criticized Chris Wallace recently, saying the Fox anchor is tougher on Republicans than Democrats. That is correspondent Karen Travers reporting the

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Fox, C-SPAN, NBC moderators slated for upcoming Trump-Biden debates

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fox, C-SPAN, NBC moderators slated for upcoming Trump-Biden debates

"The election now just two months out in the debates and moderators, Air said there will be three debates between President Trump and Joe Biden taking place over the course of 3.5 weeks. Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate on Tuesday, September 29th Steve Sculley of C SPAN and Kristen Welker of NBC News will moderate the 2nd and 3rd respectively, Susan Page of USA Today We'll ask the questions at the VP debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. The president has publicly criticized Chris Wallace recently, saying the Fox anchor is tougher on Republicans than Democrats. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS

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Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Moderators named for presidential and vice presidential debates

"The election now, just two months out in the debates and moderators, Air said there will be three debates between President Trump and Joe Biden taking place over the course of 3.5 weeks. Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate on Tuesday, September 29th Steve Sculley of C SPAN and Kristen Welker of NBC News will moderate the 2nd and 3rd respectively, Susan Page of USA Today We'll ask the questions at the VP debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. The president has publicly criticized Chris Wallace recently, saying the Fox anchor is tougher on Republicans than Democrats.

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Election 2020: Chris Wallace, Susan Page among moderators for presidential and vice presidential debates

Mark Thompson

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Election 2020: Chris Wallace, Susan Page among moderators for presidential and vice presidential debates

"The election now just two months out in the debates and moderators, Air said there will be three debates between President Trump and Joe Biden taking place over the course of 3.5 weeks. Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate on Tuesday, September 29th Steve Sculley of C SPAN and Kristen Welker of NBC News will moderate the 2nd and 3rd respectively, Susan Page of USA Today We'll ask the questions at the VP debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. The president has publicly criticized Chris Wallace recently, saying the Fox anchor is tougher on Republicans than Democrats.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All of that house speaker Nancy Pelosi at the end of the night ripped up president trump speech a truly remarkable moment enter any interning or and you know it's interesting because I mean look how effective it is it's what everyone's talking about not so I mean they are talking about the contents of the actual speech but are they but most people are talking about the ripping I mean look the journalist to me as I'm watching this last night I thought tomorrow morning on the show we have to talk about the economy we gotta talk right and then I saw that I saw how in the world you possibly talk about some of the policy issues that were covered in the speech when that kind of drama it's not exactly high drama of llama okay so in addition to pelo sees message well first I want to play this one this is net and Kristen Welker we just played that I we did play that one yeah okay so we're gonna talk play next Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz okay he says he was not amused by house speaker Nancy Pelosi's decision to terra back copy the speech it was disgusting I was sitting fifty feet away from her and and it made me angry he's man yeah yeah I know I would but then she's mad because he doesn't shake her hand well there's a lot of anger on both sides and you see it on social media I mean even this morning I'm watching people talk in a post about this event and and they're being challenged by other people in the comments to mean so there's a lot of arguing over it I don't know I just kind of I watched it like a spectator life I was gonna say can't you just stand back as a third person and and and and just see the absurdity of it all it's just just take it in for what it is I was trying to explain to my thirteen year old son last night about the state of the union and all the pomp and circumstance and then half the people get up and and and clapping half dome he's trying to understand why that is right and there was there was a lot of drama inserted I mean you can tell that that the president is familiar with television I mean yeah given awards away you're given scholarships it was like an Oprah show car I mean there was a lot there was a lot of that last night as well okay so also in the news this morning the Iowa caucus so it's held Monday evening here we are Wednesday morning we still have no official results in terms of you know the totality we have a partial so how much how many of the votes have been counted who's winning who's struggling we've got a live report that's coming up yes plus your next chance to win a thousand dollars coming up at five thirty helpful hint.

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Eight candidates qualify for November Democratic debate

Atlanta's Morning News

00:16 sec | 11 months ago

Eight candidates qualify for November Democratic debate

"Moderators are set for November's democratic candidates debate here in Georgia MSNBC's Rachel Maddow when Andrea Mitchell NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker and actually Parker of The Washington Post will question the candidates November twentieth so far eight candidates of qualified for the two hour debate but a venue has not been

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Trump under more scrutiny with announcement of his Doral resort hosting G7

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

01:31 min | 11 months ago

Trump under more scrutiny with announcement of his Doral resort hosting G7

"You White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is a guy we don't hear from that often these days he's you know in the background his job is to help keep the president's schedule and manage everything is coming and going for the president of the United States is important job in chief of staff but yesterday he did step up to the microphones to make an announcement regarding the G. seven summit in twenty twenty one to talk to the press about that have followed by a couple of questions with them we'll get into all of it but I want to start with that announcement the G. seven again happening next year I will be held at Donald trump's resort trump national Doral Miami here's Mick Mulvaney making the announcement yesterday we announce today that we're going to do the forty sixty seven summit on June tenth through June twelfth at the trump national derail a facility in Miami Florida the focus of the event will be global growth and challenges to the global economy specifically with dealing with things like rejuvenating incentives for growth prosperity rolling back prosperity killing regulations ending trade barriers and re opening energy markets to taking a lot of what we have been doing here domestically with such success and trying to encourage the rest of the world to get on board so for those reporters whose heads didn't explode in the press briefing the few remaining Kristen Welker asked the question immediately about this subject

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"kristen welker" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on WRVA

"Seven home resort continue to criticize the five self dealing at the same time first up you're not making a profit I think we've already established that marketing branding opportunity huge driver you offered that I've heard that before you know I've I guess I've been that the chief now for about nine or ten months and I always hear whenever we go tomorrow Lagos huge branding opportune every plays golf at trump administrators play golf at trump up in sterling and everybody ask questions about huge marking opportunity I would simply ask you all to to consider the possibility that Donald Trump's brand is probably strong enough as it is and doesn't need any more help on that it's the most recognizable name in the English language and probably around the world right now so no that has nothing to do with nothing and nothing to do with it but that's not the question how can he criticized the Biden family well you don't think the J. seven a did the route these people are such children in addition to being under educated blissfully ignorant so up next is this is Kristen Welker and she L. O. C. M. them there there there there she's the NBC White House because what will happen to one Halle Jackson I thought she was the White House going you don't they shuffle these these women around on NBC maybe for reasons were just now learning that these women over in basing it shop around I could have sworn that Halle Jackson was a White House correspond anyway now it's somebody name the Kristen Welker and also if somebody from fox news Kevin Cork America asking about using to route same take business of optics.

"kristen welker" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Nine. FM KM, J, Fresno. Breaking news now. This sunday. My sit down with President Donald Trump. Frank and fall, reaching interview. We start reading what happened was he stopped the plan military strike in a lot. Here we are sitting one hundred and fifty people. That would have taken place, probably within a half an hour after I said, go ahead and I didn't like it. I didn't take I didn't think it was proportionate on usaradio relations. I'm not looking for war. There is it'll be obliteration like you've never seen again. Have a nuclear weapon on children migrant camps. They are in terrible shape, down there, Mr President, down in homestead, Florida. Like the conditions are. And it's been that way for a long time joining a lawsuit that would kill coverage for existing conditions. I am in favour of preexisting conditions blessed. We will to drop your aspect, and on his biggest regret as president, if you could have one do over as president, what would it be all that? Plus, what Mr. Trump thinks of how impeachment could impact his reelection, prospects, if he'll keep by President Mike Pence on the ticket, and whether he's prepared to lose the election this morning. One on one with President Trump wants the Democrats as we head into the first debates. Joe Biden, Pete Buddha. Judge confront difficult questions on race. Joining me for insight and analysis are NBC news. White House correspondent Kristen Welker. Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, columnist Peggy Noonan and Lonnie Chen of Stanford University. Welcome to Sunday and a special edition of meet the press. NBC news. Running show in television history. Meet the press. Chuck todd. Look at Sunday morning, it's safe to say, we're at one of the first pivot points of the twenty twenty election cycle. President Trump officially kicked off his reelection bid in Florida this week though you could argue he's been running for reelection since he filed paper, the day, he was inaugurated at the same time Democrats will unofficially here the starting gun for their nomination fight when twenty candidates face off for two nights of debates this coming week in Miami, and even though he won't be there. President Trump will be a dominant presence at those debates one way or the other the twenty twenty election will be a referendum on Donald Trump. The president will argue he's a successful businessman turned president, who's created a strong economy appointed conservative judges ended unnecessary regulations and reestablished a sense of a strong and yes, feared America around the world in short, he'll argue he's made America great again, Democrats will say, he's a bigot whose praise Neo Nazis cage children, lied, shamelessly and embarrassed America before the world in short. They'll argue he's unfit for the office. I sat down with President Trump Friday morning for an interview that touched on. Well, almost everything from the crisis at the border to the mullahs report to whether he'll accept the results of the election, if he loses, but we started with this decision just hours earlier to call off a retaliatory strike after a wrong shut down an unmanned American drone. President welcome back to meet the press. Thank you. Let me start right in what happened last night. Well, you had a situation that was very bad, because the night before they shut down and unmanned drone and the unmanned is a very big factor. The fact that there was not a person on it US person honored or anybody. And that had an impact on me. I said, well, you know, we got a little problem, and I think they did that a purpose because they understand that they will be hit very hard if that were a plane with a person in it. And I think they knew that there was nobody there..

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"kristen welker" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Also, why the Muller investigation may explain what's behind the president's continued attacks on John McCain. I was never a fan of John McCain, and I never will be joining me for insight and analysis. Our NBC news White House correspondent Kristen Welker, Dan, balls cheap. Correspondent for the Washington. Pope former Senator Claire mccaskill of Missouri and former congressman Carlos Carrillo of Florida welcome to Sunday, and a special edition of meet the press. From NBC news in Washington. The lowest running show in television history. This is a special edition of meet the press that Chuck Todd. Good Sunday morning while the wait is over. And now, we wait again general Bill bar could send congress a PDF file of Robert Muller's principal conclusions. Put that in quotes as early as today for nearly two years. We have been waiting speculating anticipating lots of unanswered questions for Muller to complete its report. And now that he has turned over his conclusions to Bill bar and recommended. No new indictments with that report. We're waiting speculating an -ticipant ding. And yes with still lots of unanswered questions. For instance, how much of the report will bar released to the public, and to congress will Democrats be satisfied with what has made available or will they go to court to get supporting evidence that Muller has gathered. We'll President Trump claim executive privilege to prevent the release of parts of the report. What does the report say about possible, obstruction or collusion are those two things intertwined since the department of Justice guidelines holds at our president cannot. Be indicted while in office. If Muller has found evidence of criminality will the public ever knew that evidence will Muller testify before congress himself, and if bar testifies, how soon will that happen, and ultimately will supporters or opponents of President Trump be satisfied with whatever is made public. The long-awaited molar report has just been submitted. Robert Muller's work is over after six hundred seventy five day investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election and after criminally charging thirty four people including six former Trump associates Robert Muller delivered his report. Now, it's up to attorney general Bill bar to decide what to do next. I I will commit to providing his much information as I can consistent with the regulations, but bar has discretion and democratic leaders of the house and Senate already issuing warnings preparing for a battle over executive privilege, the president himself. Has called without qualification for the report to be made public and Democrats are making transparency a twenty twenty issue. Fire should be called to testify under oath before the United States Congress. Make that report public as soon as possible. Ultimately, I believe this will be decided at the ballot box in twenty twenty. The president is allies have claimed they want the report released let it come out. Let people see that's up to the attorney general dispute it all out there put it all out there. How about don't redact anything still for nearly two years? The president has been relentless in his opposition to the Muller probe say deputy that didn't get any votes appointed man that didn't get any votes. He's going to write a report on me will the reports say anything about possible obstruction of Justice from Mr. Trump's firing of FBI director James Comey back in may of twenty seventeen to the misleading statement dictated by the president that Donald Trump junior provided about the June twenty sixteen Trump Tower meeting with Russians connected to the Kremlin. My son is a wonderful young, man. I think from a practical. Standpoint most people would have taken that meaning the president repeatedly berated, then attorney general Jeff Sessions for recusing himself in the Russia probe. The attorney general says I'm going to recuse myself floated the idea firing Muller, I know that he's conflicted..

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"kristen welker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Back now with a panel hughhewitt host on the Salem radio network White House correspondent for the PBS news hour Michel cinder. Kristen Welker NBC news, White House correspondent and NBC. News special correspondent, senior correspondent, Tom Brokaw. Your specialty special senior all those things. I just want to be the kind of, you know, special isn't that special? I am I prefer unqualified in terms of being senior. I'd say I always prefer grand poobah as the official title. I'm I'm an old Flintstones kid. So anyway, let me put up these headlines some conservative news organizations. Trump loss to shutdown says the American conservative daily caller, Trump caves national review, Trump blinks. Erik Erickson writes this on Friday in USA today. This is undoubtedly the weakest moment of President Trump's tenure in office. The president may be the commander in chief of the American military, but Nancy Pelosi now looks like the commander in chief of Donald Trump. All right, Hugh, you've been hearing from the base. I'm sure. How bad is this for the president not that bad? This is this is very premature Tom, and I will remember that Joe. Frazier won his first fight with Muhammad Ali and lost the next year. We will remember that. They went forty one out of his scheduled forty two rounds. This is the first round of a forty two round fight. And I point out that the president's approval rating is now higher than Ronald Reagan's was at the same time. It's pregnancy and forty points lower than George H W Bush was at the time of the presidency from the meet the press, and I looked at your word cloud, and the meet the press word, cloud said sad. No compromise. What I heard from your two guests is that there's the potential to go big and solve not just DACA. But everything Kristen though, you're at this White House is he ready to buck. He got so defensive Saturday morning. No, no, no, no, no. It's not it's not a cave, right? And the White House is defiant. This was not a cave. But the reality is he knows that his base is not going to be happy unless he gets funding for the wall. And so if you talked to a lot of allies, they say, we don't see how this ends in any other way other than a national emergency because he can't shut down the government. Again. Here's the lesson. I think for President Trump. He went into this fight without any strategy without any plan. And so every day essentially, the president the White House they were looking for an off ramp and trying to trying to execute something that they've already planned out, very carefully. And I think they're right now huddling trying to figure out how to do it differently. How to make better use of the bully pulpit? Chuck, you didn't really do that in this fight. You'll recall everybody that knew Trump for a long time said he actually enjoys not having a plan mighty goes into battle and plan. B's damned Tom Brokaw a month ago. We were asking the question who's the leader of the Democratic Party? I wanna put up some I want to put up some quotes here from people that weren't always so supportive of Nancy Pelosi becoming speaker again. AFC speaker policy doesn't mess around Tim Ryan who challenged her. She's definitely up to the task. And then our home state governor Gavin Newsom grateful broad champion in Washington speaker Pelosi, I doubt the Democrats have a leader Nancy Pelosi. The fact is that going into this last election? I'm a long time. She's obviously a very smart woman. I have wondered whether she was the best image for the Democratic Party. And a lot of people pushback said she really knows how to run things on the hill. I think she demonstrated that this past week, you know, Donald Trump treated federal employees like poker chips, only this time, his father wasn't around to bail them out. And I think that hurt him more, by the way than people realize that was a whole crowd of people out there who are probably voted for number of them. And suddenly they get what they do is get their job jerked out from under him. I spoke to a midwestern Senator who said now, it's creep into agriculture because this time of the year, the farmers are dealing with government agencies. The plan for next year's crop. There was no one home to do all that. So. Damage was really more systemic. I think that a lot of people realize you Michelle radically the one piece of agreement. I'm getting from from everybody this morning is I think they're gonna eliminate the shutout. I think the legislative momentum the good news about getting nothing for thirty days might be that. I mean, this is the longest shutdown in history thirty five days, and people were I think at our fever pitch. The fact that the airports were starting to really show signs of stress. I think which is the the beginning of what we would've seen. I was talking to a federal worker on this weekend. Who said Monday, people might have showed up to work thousands more people would have been like I cannot do this anymore. I wanted to think about the fact that we talk about the President Trump not having a plan. Let's think about what he did for thirty five days. He had a primetime special. He went down to the border. He then was possibly disseminating. All this misleading information about the fact that they were drugs. Porting pouring in that our country was being invaded. And all that all off all of that stuff. The president the polar showing that the price. Was the one being blamed because he was on video because of because of Chuck Schumer saying I will own the shutdown is that the lesson here for the president the bully pulpit for him is starting to no longer be useful. Well, I think that's the question. Right. I think part of their strategy and you heard leader McCarthy speak to this. They're going to try to pick off some Democrats White House can't name any he named a few. And there's a lot of skepticism about that strategy actually working. But look he didn't deliver that primetime address until halfway into the shutdown. It's a lot of his allies say look if he had started off in the weeks beforehand, really selling this really trying to make his case that would have helped the question is going to be about semantics with this potential compromise. They're looking for can they find a word or a phrase that allows him to declare victory on the wall and Democrats as well. This isn't a this isn't a one story town in the middle of this three weeks. Roger stone happens Friday, Tom, let me put up here. I mean, look the people in and around the Trump campaign that if. Pleaded guilty or been indicted. It's a who's who of people that have been around this president, Paul Manafort, Rick gates, Roger stone. Now, Michael Cohen, Michael Flynn, George popadopoulos that doesn't help your bully pulpit abilities either. No, especially given his image. Whenever he goes on television. I've I've known him a long time. He's always been dill dealing kind of. Phonetic fringe of the Republican party and making them all out to be more than he really is. I watch them the other day with his brain is sunglasses on is perfect person. Would be Mauri. Short to play them in some kind of. Some kind of a stage play they got Steve Martin to do it last night. So his partner in crime there. Right. Yeah. But, but Roger stone is one of these people that you're on sometimes you think Diddy insert himself into this, Hugh. But then again, he knows stuff about Trump that nobody else. Quite often takes judicial notice of what's happening in the Trump campaign was taking judicial notice of what Roger stone was saying that indictment which I read on the air on my radio show because it broke when it came out does not yet support, but does not preclude real collusion. You have to find out who campaign official one and two is what they said. And I think those people might be going to jail along with a campaign official boy Rick gates, smells, like one of them. Well may be cooperating. Absolutely. And I think it chips away at the White House. The president's argument that this doesn't touch him strewn throughout that indictment of references to the Trump campaign, although not a direct link to rushing, you're absolutely right. All right. I'm gonna pause this on the other side. I wanna talk about sort of broken.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Kristen Welker NBC news, White House correspondent and NBC. News special correspondent, senior correspondent, Tom Brokaw. Your special tipped pencil special senior, all those things I just want to be the kind of special isn't that special? I prefer qualified in terms of being senior. I'd say I I always prefer grand poobah as the official title. I'm I'm an old Flintstones kid. So anyway, let me put up these headlines some conservative news organizations. Trump lost to shutdown says the American conservative daily caller, Trump caves national review, Trump blinks. Erik Erickson writes this on Friday in USA today. This is undoubtedly the weakest moment of President Trump's tenure in office. The president may be the commander in chief of the American military, but Nancy Pelosi now looks like the commander in chief of Donald Trump. All right, Hugh, you've been hearing from the base. I'm sure. How bad is this for the president not that bad? This is this is very premature Tom, and I will remember that Joe Frazier. One hits I fight with Muhammad Ali and lost the next year. We will remember that. They went forty one out of a scheduled forty two rounds. This is the first round of a forty two round fight. And I pointed out that the president's approval rating is now higher than Ronald Reagan's was at the same time. It's pregnancy and forty points lower than George H W Bush was at the time of the presidency from the NBA meet the press, and I looked at your word cloud, and the meet the press word, cloud said sad. No compromise. What I heard from your guests is that there's the potential to go big and solve not just DACA. But everything Kristen though, you're at this White House is he ready to buck. He got so defensive Saturday morning. No, no, no, no. It's not it's not a cave, right? And the White House is defiant. This was not a cave. But the reality is he knows that his base is not going to be happy unless he gets funding for the wall. And so if you talk to a lot of allies, they say, we don't see how this ends in any other way other than a national emergency because he can't shut down the government. Again. Here's the lesson. I think for President Trump. He went into this fight without any strategy without any plan. And so every day essentially, the president the White House they were looking for an off ramp trying to trying to execute something that they'd already planned out, very carefully. And I think they're right now huddling trying to figure out how to do it differently. How to make better use of the bully pulpit? Chuck didn't really do that in this fight. You'll recall everybody that knew Trump for a long time said he actually enjoys not having a plan mighty goes into battle and plan. B's damned Tom Brokaw a month ago. We were asking the question who's the leader of the Democratic Party? I want to put up some I'm going to put up some quotes here from people that weren't always so supportive of Nancy Pelosi becoming speaker again. AFC speaker policy doesn't mess around Tim Ryan who challenged her. She's definitely up to the task. And that our home state governor Gavin Newsom grateful broad champion and Washington speaker Pelosi. I doubt the Democrats have a leader Nancy Pelosi. The fact is going into this last election. I'm a long time. She's obviously a very smart woman. I have wondered whether she was the best image for the Democratic Party. And a lot of people pushback said she really knows how to run things on the hill. I think she demonstrated that this past week, you know, Donald Trump treated federal employees like poker chips, only this time, the father wasn't around to bail them out. And I think that hurt him more, by the way than people realize that was a whole crowd of people out there who are probably voted for a number of them. And suddenly they get what they do is get their job jerk out from under him. I spoke to a midwestern Senator who said now, it's creep into agriculture. Because at this time of the year, the farmers are dealing with government agencies the plan for next year's crop. There was no one home to do all that. So the damage was really more systemic. I think a lot of people realize you Michel radically the one piece of agreement. I'm getting from from everybody this morning is I think they're going to eliminate the. I think the legislative momentum the good news about getting nothing for thirty five days might be that. I mean, this is the longest shutdown in history thirty five days, and people were I think at our fever pitch. The fact that the airports were starting to really show signs of stress. I think which is the the beginning of what we would have seen. I was talking to a federal worker. I'm this weekend. Who said Monday, people might have showed up to work thousands more people would have been like I cannot do this anymore. I want to think about the fact that we talk about the President Trump not having a plan. Let's think about what he did for thirty five days. He had a primetime special. He went down to the border. He then was possibly disseminating. All this misleading information about the fact that they were drugs porting pouring in that our country was being invaded. And all that all off all of that stuff. The president the polar showing that the president was the one being blamed because he was on video because of because of Chuck Schumer saying I will own shutdown is that the lesson here for the president the bully pulpit for him is starting to. No longer be useful. Well, I think that's the question. Right. I think part of their strategy and you heard leader McCarthy speak to this. They're going to try to pick off some Democrats White House can't name any he named a few. And there's a lot of skepticism about that strategy actually working. But look he didn't deliver that primetime address until halfway into the shutdown. So a lot of his allies say look if he had started off in the weeks beforehand, really selling this really trying to make his case that would have helped the question is going to be about semantics with this potential compromise. They're looking for can they find a word or a phrase that allows him to declare victory on the wall and Democrats as well. This isn't it? This isn't a one story town in the middle of this three weeks. Roger stone happens Friday, Tom me put up here. I mean, look the people in and around the Trump campaign that have either pleaded guilty or been indicted. It's a who's who of people that have been around this president, Paul Manafort, Rick gates, Roger stone. Now, Michael Cohen, Michael Flynn, George popadopoulos. That doesn't help your bully pulpit abilities either. No, especially given his image. Whenever he goes on television. I am a long time. He's always been dealing kind of frenetic fringe of the Republican party and making him out to be more than he really is. I wash them the other day with his brain is sunglasses on is perfect person. Would be Mauri. Short to play them in some kind of. Some kind of a stage play got Steve Martin to do an SNL last night. So his partner in crime there. Right. Yeah. But, but Roger stone is one of these people that you're on sometimes you think Diddy insert himself into this, Hugh. But then again, he knows stuff about Trump that nobody else. Quite often takes judicial notice of what's happening in the Trump campaign was taking judicial notice what Roger stone was saying that indictment which I read on the air and my radio show because it broke when it came out does not yet support, but does not preclude real collusion. You have to find out who campaign official one and two is what they said, I think those people might be going to jail along with Roger stone. Well and campaign official boy Rick gates, smells, like one of them. Well, you may be cooperating. Absolutely. And I think it chips away at the White House. The president's argument that this doesn't touch him strewn throughout that indictment of references to the Trump campaign, although not a direct link to rushing. Absolutely, right. All right. I'm gonna pause this on the other side. I wanna talk about.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That question firm. Kristen Welker of NBC news one of the president's biggest offenders, by the way is counselor Kellyanne Conway, but her husband has been a critic of the president and on Twitter. He wrote the following quote. It's a disgrace that nothing the president says not even his denial of something is extraordinarily is. This can be taken at face value. More with President Trump. The people that started that investigation arm, McCabe, who's a proven liar and was fired from the FBI are Lisa who is forced to leave the FBI as her lover Peter Struck who we got their text messages, they said in a sex messages shocking. When you talk about. Also, tell me as I guess, they started it because I fired Comey, which was a great thing. I did for our country the people doing that investigation for people that have been caught that are known scoundrels there. I guess you could say dirty cops. And I'll tell you what it is so unfair. What's happened to the FBI in terms of the men and women working in the right can file of the FBI. I know many of these are great people, and they are so embarrassed by their leadership you've never seen. I have never seen a turnaround in a bureau or agency like I have with the FBI they are so embarrassed I think twelve people now have been terminated as others. If you look at what's happening. Others are going to go what happened to the FBI? So when you say should I have confidence in the FBI or deligence agency? When I see four, and I see all of these people when I see Lisa and her lover and their notes in their texts get faster, and you see what they said about me having nothing to do with investigation. Let me tell you something when people see that you have an angry country because the whole thing is a hoax. It's a big that is very bad for our country. So what happened with the FBI? I have done a great service rock country when I fired James Comey because he was a bad guy, and he was a dirty cop, and he lied. He really lied at all you have to do. All you have to do is take a look at the crooked Hillary Clinton investigation whether they brought her under for July fourth weekend. July fourth. They didn't swear in. He didn't do anything. They just let it go. You usually said mostly said, I don't know she didn't know anything just like James Comey a week ago. He was interviewed by congress. And you know, unfortunately, people didn't see it because the Republicans with Paul Ryan, unfortunately, they didn't put them out there. But what he said was either he's a bad liar or is grossly incompetent. Unfortunately, people didn't say it, but you can read the.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"NBC News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell wants President Trump to pick a new Defense Secretary who shares the values of Gimenez Trump announced yesterday that Mattis will retire at the end of February. This is a bombshell both secretary Mattis and the White House acknowledging the policy differences between the president and Mattis played a big role in his departure. The move has implications for America's national security and foreign policy with one senior official said quote, the wheels are coming off. That's NBC news. Correspondent Kristen Welker reporting from the White House. The clock is ticking toward a partial government shutdown after the house last night approved a spending Bill believed to be dead on arrival in the Senate. The measure includes more than five billion dollars for President Trump's border wall be Senate earlier passed a temporary funding Bill that avoided a partial government shutdown, but didn't have the money for the border wall. President Trump opposed it leading the house to end the. Funding language to their Bill. Mark Mayfield reports funding bills need sixty votes to pass in the Senate and all forty nine Democrats promised to vote against wall. Funding wounded fat is raising millions of dollars to help pay for President Trump's border wall. Brian Cole flash lost three limbs during his second deployment to Iraq in two thousand and four and says if congress won't find the border wall p will he started to go fund me page sent Sunday. His campaign has raised more than ten million dollars. Winter's coming actually winter's here. The winter solstice is today, which means here in the northern hemisphere. It's the shortest day of the year. The exact moment of the salsa is comes at five twenty three PM eastern marking the exact time the northern hemisphere will be the farthest from the sun at Alaska's moving towards becoming the first state to let people smoke or consume cannabis at a state license suspensory this passed.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Kristen Welker at the White House. Trump says he's talked to council and says he has the power to change the rules surfaces will be taking place today for three of the eleven people killed at a Pittsburgh synagogue and President Trump will visit Pittsburgh today to pay his respects when the president arrived. Here he won't be met necessarily by a friendly crowd. Many in the Jewish community say he must announce white nationalism before he gets here to Pittsburgh. The mayor says the timing couldn't be worse as these funerals are just beginning. NBC news correspondent Miguel Almaguer in Pittsburgh. Meanwhile, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders says he doesn't blame President Trump for the actions of the shooter in Pittsburgh, the Washington Examiner. Quote Sanders says saying I'm not going to sit here and blame the president for Saturday's deadly mass shooting settled critics have suggested that Trump's rhetoric has contributed to a growing sense of anger in the US three children are dead after being hit and killed by a vehicle while boarding school bus in northern Indiana. This morning police say it happened in a rural area of Fulton County. The investigation shows the stop arm was out on the bus and a vehicle headed in the opposite direction. Struck the kids police say they were all from the same family. No word yet on the status of the driver who struck the kids. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio Georgia's race for governor is Meghan. Eating a lot of national attention. But the spotlight will be on full blast in the coming days as both President Trump and former President Obama traveled to the peach state to campaign for candidates in the race. Obama will be in Atlanta Friday afternoon stumping for democratic candidates Stacey Abrams, while Trump will be in Macon supporting Republican Brian camp on Sunday. Meanwhile, former president Jimmy Carter has sent a letter to camp asking him to step down the former president sent the letter to the secretary of state earlier this month saying it is a conflict of interest to oversee an election in which he is a candidate. So far the race for governor is a dead heat between the Republican and democrat Stacey Abrams. There's also various controversies ranging from the security of Georgia's voting machines and purging voter rolls to voter suppression with the exact match to driver and social security records. The election would be historic Abrahams wins becoming the first African American female governor, John Jeffreys NBC News Radio a new lawsuit claims President Trump and his children swindled economics. Vulnerable people for years with allure of business opportunities that just weren't true. The class action suit filed Monday in Manhattan, says Trump tried to sell investors on ACN, a multilevel marketing company, the suit also claims Trump said he done his research on the company and was endorsing it without compensation when in fact, Trump and his children were getting billions of dollars to promote the company between two thousand and five and two thousand fifteen tooth. California's NFL teams are teaming up to help the military alumni from both the forty Niners and had the raiders put together care packages for active duty, military members as part of operation care and comfort former raider and forty Niner Barry SIMS my brother was in served.

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Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

Sean Hannitty

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver among dozens of women who sign letter supporting Tom Brokaw

"Mike pompeo kicks off his first overseas trip as the nation's new secretary of state hours being on the job secretary of state mike pompeo was already at a nato meeting in brussels he called on nato members there to fulfill a pledge that they would spend two percent of their gdp on defense pompeo also accused russia of what he called an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions and he specifically criticized moscow for posing a threat to its neighbours russia threatens allies and partners both militarily as seen through its invasions of georgia in two thousand eight and ukraine in two thousand fourteen at through an aggressive campaign to undermine western democratic institutions in the light of russians unacceptable access nato is more indispensable than ever pay was in saudi arabia on sunday he's expected to arrive here in israel is next stop is going to be jordan boxes david lee miller in jerusalem some women defending nbc's tom brokaw over a decades old allegation of sexual harassment letter of support for nbc's tom brokaw after a public allegation of sexual harassment by a former network star linda esther a former network corresponded claims brokaw sexually harassed her in the mid nineteen ninety s but group of sixty five women in the television industry have circulated a letter standing with brokaw saying he has treated all of them with fairness and respect giving them opportunities for advancement and championing successes in their careers maria shriver rachel maddow andrea mitchell kelly o'donnell and thomson and white house correspondent kristen welker are the women who put their names on the letter derek dennis fox news.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Opportunity and he raised a number of issues and we did secure with putin on that call on some positive interaction when it comes to nuclear arms so there are there are certainly positive elements from that call and the president will continue diplomacy with russia and with putin but you know this action by the president's very clear we're very heartened that it comes in conjunction with over a dozen allies in nato russia at the white house with questions from phil rucker he the white house bureau chief for the washington post to the kremlin branding the move is quote provocative and putting the world on a quote confrontational path and russian president vladimir putin is calling the decision by the us and western countries a mistake the president taking today's action after the uk accusing russia of attempting to murder a former russian double agent and his daughter using a rare nerve agent in the town of salisbury england we can half ago the trump administration also level the first sanctions against russia for its interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election more question today's white house briefing here's nbc's kristen welker three weeks passed between the attacks and the expulsions what took so long well i mean actions like this take time and we coordinated with again over a dozen allies who wanted this to be a joint effort in which the united states is joining the european union and nato ally spokeswoman for the russian minister is now threatening retaliation against the us and other countries involved in these explosions irresponsible we want to work with russia but this type of an action cannot be tolerated the united states is responding to russia's action as i called it brazen and reckless so this is a us response we wanna work with russia you know the ball's in their court is with respect to how they want to respond jim if you listen to national security experts diplomatic experts on what happened with russia they will say that you have to hit russia where it hurts you have to sanction them economically you have to go after putin's cronies you have to go after putin himself eventually would this president consider sanctioning putting whereas cronies to punish him and the russian government what happened.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Sixty in tariffs against china punishing china for what he called saft intellectual theft he says it costs the united states billions hundreds of billions of dollars every single year he said that there are negotiations to get better trade deals with china he said the people they're negotiating with are aware of the fact that they've been taking advantage of the united states right there's kristen welker nbc news we think nbc news he said the people that negotiating with are aware of the fact that they've been taking advantage of the united states right there's kristen welker nbc news we think nbc news for that but the fact that donald trump says that china knows it taking advantage of us you know look don't listen donald trump says the every word ally handshake every word ally however donald trump is not your member that we're talking about steel tariffs and aluminum tariffs not long ago you remember that right this is not those this is way more than that so donald trump is putting in tariffs on a whole lot of stuff out of china a whole lot and china's not going to sit there and take already there's a threat of retaliation and concerns here the united states and internationally that this could spark a trade war remember this comes on the heels of the president announcing new tariffs for trade and aluminum imports there may be some carveouts some exceptions that we learn about today but bottom line there's a lot of concern that this is all going to spark fierce retaliation and i suspect it will that is kristen welker nbc news and we again thank nbc news for that and the dow went down over seven hundred points today and by the way is not talking about stock market anymore isn't that funny all the volatility and the ups and downs and they're reacting very badly to his trade war provocative provocations and so the dow down over seven hundred today and where do we go from here let me coffee this thought and then i'll turn it over to you at one eight eight eight three two one six thousand one when china retaliates they're going to retaliate.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"For an interview according to one person trump lawyer john dowd called this report old news but our nbc news colleague kristen welker reports a source tells her that there's ongoing communication between the president's legal team and the special counsel which includes turning over some documents and our senior white house correspondent halley jackson tells us tonight the two legal teams met recently and that such meetings happen quote regularly in other words they've been talking and they continue to talk as we mentioned donald trump has hired another lawyer for the team handling the russia investigation he is former us attorney joseph degen uva degen of is a frequent contributor to the president's network of choice where he made public his allegation of an fbi justice department plot against the president make no mistake about it a group of f b i in doj people were tr trying to frame donald trump of a falsely created crown they were going to exonerate hillary and they were going to frame donald trump with they have done to the department and the fbi is undermined the confidence of the american pick people in federal law enforcement it is disgraceful and it all stems from their animus toward president trump joe digenova has been around a long time he's well known in washington this quote from a wall street journal op ed written by him in nineteen ninetyseven during the investigation of bill clinton is getting a wide circulation tonight for reasons you're about to see quote nobody should underestimate the upheaval that a prosecution of the president would cause but we went through at once before in watergate and survived the nation in fact could conceivably benefit from the indictment of a president it would teach the valuable civics lesson that no one is above the law.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The very least we need to be able to take the new dhs of make sure the new guns but i said that include that would entail a competency hearing not just oh i think that uh nicholas cruises dangerous lewis go bannon from buying guns into we figure out whether is is renowned that's not due process due process is nicholas crews you've been served with this paper uh we are going to add on dates certain we're going to have a hearing about your copy your mental competency and you can aim to cooperate or not if you choose not to cooperate them we will assume you're crazy i don't know how all this works i'm just saying that this this would be more on the lines of due process of that makes any sense anyway uh by the way the networks were reporting this with glee this is from news busters abc cbs and nbc touted how the president quote stood up to the national rifle association and push back against republicans the report on nbc nightly news was arguably the most vicious against gun rights advocates quote under pressure after parkland president trump taking on his own party and the national rifle association today pipe the correspondent kristen welker mr trump at a freewheeling hourlong meeting with a group of bipartisan lawmakers trying to get something anything done appear to embrace nearly everything he heard in the meeting welker noted that trump wanted to quote confiscate guns from those deemed dangerous but slimes folks on the right by insinuating they don't they didn't care who had the weapons saying a move opposed by many conservatives she then played a clip of trump arguing that the government should take the guns first go through due process second but she failed dimension such an act was unconstitutional welker reported even taking on red state democrat joe manchin and republican pat toomey for not including an age limit increase in their background check bill and she seemed impress the trump even push back against fellow republicans steve scalise shot and nearly killed during a baseball practice last summer you know it's funny now all the.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on WWL

"On my well with mardi gras 2018 already glodz chair of the center for african american studies at princeton university wall street journal columnist peggy noonan nbc news white house correspond kristen welker an eric erickson editor of the research hikes i wanna start with the idea that there's a there are sellby dates for people at work for president trump and john kelly may have reached is take a look at scotland asky was with trump in the campaign for three and sixty nine days but he's the outlier paul manafort spent one hundred forty four days his campaign manager before being fired steve bannon with the chief white house strategist for two hundred eleven days and rights prediced lasted one hundred ninety days as chief of staff so what about john kelly to day is kelly one hundred ninety ninth day as chief of staff kristen welker how you heard mark short express say the president has confidence okay when a sports team owner says he has confidence in the coach that doesn't mean the coach doesn't get far the next day it doesn't we know that the president is as frustrated as he has ever been with his chief of staff not only because of the mishandling of the rob porter situation but because he's had a number of missteps he referred to dreamers as lazy for example in recent days that created a firestorm the president's openly using about replacing him with mick mulvaney for example on the other hand though i am told that the one thing that might hold the president back he doesn't want more drama in his white house right now i want to t something you wrote tip something you peggy first of all they thought the atlanta captured something that makes this one different both porter and kelly being on the crosses share a scandal that exposes the white house quote adults and then you write this you can't really blackmail donald trump on personal conduct because nothing said about him would surprise her shock mr porter however was black maleable why did they let him stay on maybe because they were desperate he was a respected establishment pro who could do.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The tax bill was the tax that the child tax credit is expanded hassett again of the council of economic advisers says he expects the senate we'll work something out and that he doesn't think rubio's gonna wind up really delaying the bill aaron asks if hass would be okay with the child tax credit being expanded and acid thinks it's actually quite find where it is after that you heard on nbc's today with savannah guthrie in a report by kristen welker said a rubio himself saying that he's not going to vote for the tax bill unless they can add to the 1100 child tax credit figure and then after that you hear rob present trump himself saying he thinks ruby is going to come along and support the tax bill now i recently had on joseph williams just to be just give full disclosure here he of course the senate leadership reporter at roll call um and he mentions that eat there there's been some activity since this latest reporting he believes that the housesenate conference committee has moved sort of in the direction of rubio and lee to the point where now maybe it would be seventeenhundred not the two thousand for which they were originally looking but seventeenhundred this should prepare she had the otherwise our announced frayed nerves of messier's rubio and lee um what's your analysis on this do you think the movement's ben enough to perhaps a still say this bill or do you see other reservations right our her guy i mean the latest figure we've heard is 1410 is also very quickly um but so what we think now it's fourteen hundred um the sort of the direction of things you going it's that will probably be enough for via when way i think was sort of the broader wait and watch this is you know they've they've come so far to sort of how to follow apart here would be sort of disastrous so i think they're going to sort of do whatever they can to placate rubio 'only and and find sort that sweet spot where it's like those guys are satisfied with where it's going but it's also you know they have to be mindful how much taxes putting this bill and so they're trying to make sure that they could still do offering else they wanna do you.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That with thrill millions and different in ways that would have paul millions more it began with a giant comment about the state of the country this american carnage stops right here and stops right now within a day press secretary sean spicer lectured white house reporters arguing implausibly that more people witness donald trump's inauguration than president obama's and a day later here on meet the press the president's counselor kellyanne conway offered this explanation sean spicer our press secretary gave alternative facts got inauguration weakened kicked off a year of friction between the white house in the press between the president's supporters and his detractors between liberals and conservatives which is helpful seen an uneasy sense that we as a country or more divided than we have been for decades if not longer or the next hour we're going to look back at the past year and a head to the next our panel this new year's eve mourning charlie cook editor and publisher of the cook political report nbc news white house correspondent kristen welker bbc anchor katty kay who show beyond one hundred days will begin appearing on pbs starting tuesday and rich lower editor of the national review we're gonna start things off by looking at some of the promises made by candidate donald trump and talk about whether he's been able to make good on them or not let's watch donald j trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of moslems entering the united states one trillion dollars in infrastructure invest with a tax relief will be concentrated on the working and middleclass i will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created repealing and replacing obamacare a disaster save medicare medicaid and social security without cuts have to do it i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans we will build a great great wall mexico mexico mexico mexico will pay for the wall all right guys what's been the single most important promises he made and the single most important promise he's kept rich lowry must start with you because i think the wall is probably the single most important promise connected to him as candidate yeah that was the signature promise and was probably the most flagrantly unrealizable promise in all of american presidential politics the idea that mexico would pay for this wall but on build the wall of by the other country paying.

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"kristen welker" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kristen welker" Discussed on KOIL

"That would thrill millions and different in ways that would have paul millions more it began with a giant comment about the state of the country this american carnage stops right here and stops right now within a day press secretary sean spicer lectured white house reporters arguing implausibly that more people witness donald trump's inauguration than president obama's and a day later here on meet the press the president's counselor kellyanne conway offered this explanation sean spicer our press secretary gave alternative facts that inauguration weekend kicked off a year of friction between the white house in the press between the president's supporters and his detractors between liberals and conservatives which is help feed an uneasy sense that we as a country are more divided than we have been for decades if not longer over the next hour we're going to look back at the past year and a head to the next our panel this new year's eve mourning charlie cook editor and publisher of the cook political report nbc news white house correspondent kristen welker bbc anchor katty kay who show beyond one hundred days will begin appearing on pbs starting tuesday and reach lower editor of the national review we're gonna start things off by looking at some of the promises made by candidate donald trump and talk about whether he's been able to make good on them or not let's watch donald j trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states one trillion dollars in infrastructure investment the tax relief would be concentrated on the working and middle class i will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created repealing and replacing obamacare saved medicare medicaid and social security without cuts have to do it i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans we will build a great great.

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