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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The wealthiest americans thousands of dollars the first president trump signed that twoyear budget agreement to boost federal funding by almost three hundred billion dollars suspend the debt ceiling for a year ending a brief partial government shutdown started after the vote on the deal was held up in the senate for several hours kentucky senator rand paul voicing his concerns over the federal deficit explained his actions on the senate floor by intention has never been to shut down government but my intention is also not keep it open and barring a million dollars a minute million dollars amid an okay let's bring in the editorial director for bloomberg government lauren duggan joining me in the bloomberg 991 studio here in washington and that was kind of a surprise i didn't play in on that happening because they have this deal that was reached by senate leaders and sign of on by some house leaders as well to fund the government for two years or accept these top line numbers and then it it this wrinkled at rand paul who used his powers under the rules to slow this right down try and teach the senate a lesson on fiscal response ability and raise points he really said he just wanted an amendment no chance for a vote and debate he got time to talk and he got time it seems like to wrinkle some of his republican colleagues who were so happy what had happened but you know nine hours of blinken you miss a kind of laps in appropriations rather than the threeday wander a seventeen day one that we've talked about in the past year habit that work out for him politically because he seemed it mildly annoy at minimum pretty much every that well you know probably not hurting him in the electorate at large but in the senate itself were getting along with your colleagues is part of what you have to do to get what you want through this might set him back a little bit but people tend to mend fences up there and get back to being colleagues in working on issues together but we'll we'll see where this leads next i mean there there's a spending bill coming that rand paul will have the chance to try to shape and may be rail against again when this money actually starts leaving.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To leverage pass through businesses to save the wealthiest americans thousands of dollars the first president trump side that twoyear budget agreement to boost federal funding by almost three hundred billion dollars suspend the debt ceiling for a year ending a brief partial government shutdown started after the vote on the deal was held up in the senate for several hours kentucky senator rand paul voicing his concerns over the federal deficit explained his actions on the senate floor by intention has never been to shutdown government but my intention is also not knocked keep it open and barring a million dollars a minute million dollars admitted okay let's bring in the editorial director for bloomberg government lauren duggan joining me in the bloomberg 991 studio here in washington and that was kind of a surprise i didn't plan on that happening because they have this deal it was reached by senate leaders and so now phone by some house leaders as well to fund the government for two years or accept these topline numbers in that it it this wrinkled at rand paul who uses powers under the rules to slow this right down try and teach the a lesson on fiscal response ability and raise points he really said he just wanted an amendment no chance for a vote and debate he got time to talk and he got time it seems like to wrinkle some of his republican colleagues who were so happy what had happened but you know nine hours of blinken you miss a kind of laps in appropriations rather than the threeday wanner seventy day one that we've talked about in the past how did that work out for him politically because he seemed to be milder annoy at minimum pretty much every day well you know probably not hurting him in the electorate at large but in the senate itself were getting along with your colleagues is part of what you have to do to get what you want through this might set him back a little bit but people tend to mend fences up there and get back to being colleagues in working on issues together but we'll we'll see where this leads next i mean there there's a spending bill coming that rand paul will have the chance to try to.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The president in the hall of congress with clapping clark crowds and galleries full of guests and the the staging of this i think made it a a better event perhaps for him an audience clapping for him giving him applause sort of creating an energy in the room the address definitely played on the fact that he's a kennedy a sign on of the one of the most famous families and politics and he gave a message that was meant to be optimistic in inclusive to to try and begin laying out an agenda for the democrats running for reelection this fall in what was interesting was he did not give the president credit for the strong stock market that is something that has been going on in the trump administration and the and and president trump has said yeah you know you're welcome for what's going on on wall street and he instead said that people aren't getting their fair share he told it turned it totally on its the statistics used by different people is i mean you can look at how members of congress reacted jobs reports when their power when they're party is in power versus the other some of these trends started back in the obama administration continuing to the trump administration president trump of course out that your 401 k is your child education accounts the places where you investing money have all grown so this is a little bit of a political football you can make an argument that it's all due to trump or that this is the continuation of a long trend the the problem will be once the stock market eventually hits a tumble or something like that because is a cycle it's a it goes up because down we've we've all seen that and how will you explain it then or what will be the rhetoric at that time that will be an interesting development if then when that weapons born thank you that lauren duggan editorial director for bloomberg government you're.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A sheep in a row site in america his harder to ignore we're joined now by lauren duggan the editorial director four bloomberg government there is no love lost between those two men steve bannon and mitch mcconnell that's right and mitch mcconnell was on a very different side of that senate primary he was backing luther strange who at the time was an incumbent who hadn't been appointed to the seat after jeff sessions became attorney general and his candidate loss and then they had ruined more in roy more lost so mitch mcconnell's job as much harder as a result of that because he only has fifty one republicans this year as opposed to fifty two last year in a senate where most of the time you need sixty votes to get things done there are some things you can do with fifty votes but even there if your caucus is divided or you lose one member you're in trouble now so his job got harder because of the candidate that bannon back to in the last election okay well let's talk a little bit about that you're on the candidate that bannon backed also became the candidate that the president backed with the president followed bannon's lead but a lot can happen in just a couple of weeks if we as we have learned and now there's this big rift between bannon and president trump that's right two book that michael wolff wrote about the white house i'm bannon's role in it and certainly he released a statement saying he regretted some of the things he said that was printed in their there there is a rift now and we'll see if that's a permanent rafter something that can be healed over the course of time when it came to write more in the end donald trump back to him because he was the republican and he wanted to keep his republican seats as bountiful as he could in the senate but as soon as roy more lost donald trump's at wide and think he was going to win anyhow and this is why was backing luther strange so what we saw at the camp david press conference was the president looking at mitch mcconnell and basically acknowledging he wanted to support the incumbents that are running in this year's election although he had a better what is that need then forty bannon populist party if you can call it that it may not quite be party in and of itself.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"United states senate voted for it should there be a clean a budget bill or or or should back cut because if there are some provisions a around around these issues attached to the budget bill that could jeopardize some uh some democratic support for uh as i understand it democrats in the house by and large in in december were unwilling to fund the government because of the daca issue that's my understanding um i suppose one would have to speak with them on that ultimately but but i i favour rare funding the government and addressing these other issues as quickly as possible but i don't think that the funding issue should be held hostage to to any particular other important issue although i certainly recognize we have to address other important issues congressman thank you that is new jersey congressman leonard lance you're listening to bloomberg politics policy and power on bloomberg radio now from the house to the senate the most senior republican and the a us is stepping down when his term ends next year in a video message posted this week utah's orrin hatch told his constituents that he was honored to serve his state for the last four decades i've always been a fighter i was an amateur boxer my youth that i've brought that fighting spirit with me to washington but every good fighter knows when the hang up the gloves for more on the story we're joined now by lauren duggan he's editorial director for bloomberg government than he is in our 991 studios in washington and lauren ah oh i want to jump right to mitt romney here he pj something on his twitter account reading tealeaves sue what did he do that's right the massachusetts that was the prominent location under his picture change do a city in utah so clearly he's maybe that reflects his heart moving to utah perhaps as he weighs whether or not to jump into the senate race or foreign hats had been fairly tightlipped about what he was going to do for the last year made this announcement obviously on the first business day of 2018 clearing the way for somebody else to run for that.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To vote for governmental funding as uh as i have voted for it as i voted for when barack obama was president and as a are quite a few democrats in the united states senate voted for it should there be a clean uh budget bill or or or should be cut because if there are some provisions around around these issues attached to the budget bill that could jeopardize some uh some democratic support for them as i understand it democrats in the house by and large in in december were unwilling to fund the government because of the daca issue that's my under standing um i suppose one would have to speak with them on that ultimately but but i i favour uh funding the government and addressing these other issues as quickly as possible but i don't think that the funding issues should be held hostage to to any particular other important issue although i certainly recognize we have to address other important issues congressman thank you that is new jersey congressman leonard lance you're listening to bloomberg politics policy and power on bloomberg radio now from the house to the senate the most senior republican in the us senate is stepping down when his term ends next year and a video message posted this week utah's orrin hatch told his constituents that he was honored to serve his state for the last four decades i've always been a fighter i was an amateur boxer my youth that i've brought the findings with me to washington but good fighter knows wanted to hang up the gloves for more on the story were joined now by lauren duggan he's editorial director for bloomberg government than he is in our 991 studios in washington and larnaca oh i want to jump right to mitt romney here he ha something on his twitter account reading tealeaves sue what did he do that's right the massachusetts that was the prominent location under his picture change to a city in utah so clearly he's maybe that reflects his heart moving to utah perhaps as he weighs whether or not to jump into this senate race orrin hatch had been fairly tightlipped about what he was going to do for the last year made this announcement obviously on the first business day of 2018 clearing the way for somebody else to run for that.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That back to bloomberg politics policy power amd law got to john thank you the most senior republican in the senate is stepping down when his term ends next dear in a video message posted yesterday utah's orrin hatch told his constituents that he was honored to serve his state for the last four decades i've always been a fighter i was an amateur boxer my youth that i've brought that fighting spirit with me to washington but every good fighter knows wanted to hang up the gloves for more on the story we're joined now by lauren duggan he's editorial director for bloomberg government than he is in our 991 studios in washington and learn oh i want to jump bright to mitt romney here he beat jane something on his twitter account yesterday reading tea leaves what did he do that's right the massachusetts that was the prominent location under his picture change to a city in utah yesterday so clearly he's maybe that reflects his heart moving to utah perhaps as he weighs whether or not to jump into the senate race ace orrin hatch have been fairly tightlipped about what he was going to do for the last year made this announcement obviously on the first business day of 2018 clearing the way for somebody else to run for that seat and mitt romney would be a pretty formidable candidate showed he throw his hat in the ring what does he bring that the gop needs may not mitt romney we'll he's an established figure right he's a stadler so he isn't establishment figure which is a very different profile than than some of the candidates we seen and if he brings that he could be a foil for donald trump in a year where democrats are hoping they'll have the majority starting in 2019 but it will probably either way be a fairly closely divided senate where he could be pretty prominent voice maybe a foil for donald trump and perhaps the person who will try to broker some deals across different parts of the the senate should he get there now and we should point out that romney and and president trump they're not tight oh hell no there now and to me this seems to be the motivation your when i see business executives who want to go to the senate uh i always the question it because if you wanna talk about being frustrated in our fee if you're frustrated running a company because it's a large bureaucracy.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Here and coming up in this hour we're going to take a moment to reflect on 2017 with a look at some of the biggest political stories of the year dominated by headlines about president trump his administration and a republicancontrolled congress but first return to the white house where president trump's administration has seen its fair share of staffing shakeups flynn served as the president's national security adviser for twenty four days until he was fired for failing to fully disclose his contacts with russia to the vice president the president announced wall street financier and political donor anthony scaramucci would take over as the new white house communications director omarosa matter gold newman was one of the few visible african americans of the trump administration the white house says that bannon and president trump have only spoken once sense he left the white house here the president started his morning by tweeting there's no chaos here in my white house and here we are yet again another chaotic day this hour we are going to be joined by mike adorning deputy white house team leader for bloomberg news and lauren duggan editorial director for bloomberg government than my me start with you because that less little soundbite we the played their talked about chaos at the white house in all of the comings and goings of staff people was it to normal or was that unusual well this is by no means a normal first turn first year of a first term for president they're always somewhat tumultuous but this one was about his tumultuous says it gets in terms of the internal white house staff in terms of the internal management by the president in terms of the president shifting directions and calling a lot of audible plays that said the ark of the year was somewhat normal and they finished up with uh one of the paramount goals of all republicans which is tax cuts sarah they they got sort of the main thing the party want so lower tax rates on corporations and on other americans let's go back to what we heard in that open as far as the shakeups with the staffing at the white house i like you said there's always some chaos but i wanna ask both you and lauren about this particular administration.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To how does this play out politically because we are going into the midterms and these investigations are are remain under way their outstanding republicans will wanna get them over with this quickly as possible because it's not the sort of thing you want hanging over the party is people go to the polls democrats may feel an incentive to keep it going to keep digging both to get more information out of it and to keep it in the headlines every day and every week because it's been a dominant theme throughout the year this investigation both on capitol hill and about a special council so that that's one of the dynamics here for sure giving over this or passes for the republicans and maybe continuing it for the democrats mike thirty seconds from you on this well obviously depends paramount on what actual evidence comes out in the next six to nine months the investigations dragging on but nothing new is coming out noone news indicted there's been no new revelations that will take some of the air out of this but if there's new news new indications of collusion new indications of relations with russia new people pleading guilty or being indicted that will be very tough for republicans all right mike dorning deputy white house team leader for bloomberg news and lauren duggan editorial director for bloomberg government's stay with us you are listening to bloomberg politics policy and power on bloomberg radio coming up after promises of an america first administration and agenda we took take a look at president trump's foreign policies this is bloomberg if you're having a business dispute the process can be slow and drawn out especially if you rely on litigation in the courts you.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Welcome to a special edition of politics policy and power happy new year and coming up in this hour we're going to take a moment to reflect on 2017 with a look at some of the biggest political stories of the year dominated by headlines about president trump his administration and a republicancontrolled congress but first return to the white house elsewhere president trump's administration has seen its fair share of staffing shakeups flynn served as the president's national security adviser for twenty four days until he was fired for failing to fully disclose his contacts with russia to the vice president the president announced wall street financier and political donor anthony scaramucci would take over as the new white house communications director omarosa matter gold newman was one of the few visible african americans of the trump administration the white house says that bannon and president trump have only spoken once since he left the white house here the president started his morning by tweeting there's no chaos here in my white house and here we are yet again another chaotic day this hour we are going to be joined by mike adorning deputy white house team leader for bloomberg news and lauren duggan editorial director for bloomberg government and mike let me start with you because that less it'll sound bite we played their talked about chaos at the white house in all of the comings and goings of staff people was it uh normal or was that unusual well this is by no means in normal um first turn first year of a first term for president they're always somewhat tumultuous but this one was about his tumultuous says it gets in terms of the internal white house staff in terms of the internal management by the president in terms of the president shifting directions and calling it a lot of audible place that said the ark of the year was somewhat normal and they finished up with uh one of the paramount goals of all republicans which is tack scouts so they they got sort of a main thing the party wants a lower tax rates on corporations and on other americans let's go back to what we heard in that open as far as the shakeups with the staffing at the white house i like you said there is always some chaos but i wanna ask both you and lauren about this particular administration why why.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The learn how to how does this play out politically because we are going in into the midterms and and these investigations are are remain under way their outstanding republicans will wanna get them over with this quickly as possible because it's not the sort of thing you want hanging over the party is people go to the polls democrats may feel an incentive to keep it going to keep digging both to get more information out of it and to keep it in the headlines every day and every week because it's been a dominant theme throughout the year this investigation both on capitol hill and by the special council so that that's one of the dynamics here for sure getting over this or passes for the republicans and may be considering for the democrats mike thirty seconds from you on this well obviously depends paramount on what actual evidence comes out in the next six to nine months the investigations dragging on but nothing newest coming out noone news indicted there's been no new revelations that will take some of the air out of there but if there is new news new indications of collusion new indications of relations with russia new people pleading guilty or being indicted that will be very tough for republicans all right mike dorning deputy white house team leader for bloomberg news and lauren duggan editorial director for bloomberg government's stay with us you are listening to bloomberg politics policy and power on bloomberg radio coming up after promises of an america first administration an agenda we took take a look at president trump's foreign policies this is bloomberg kevin gallagher is a graduate of njit new jersey institute of technology he rose to become president of global specialty chemicals company generating five hundred million dollars a year before retiring he puts sustainability at the center of the company's farseeing business strategy the whole issue of sustainability is an important one for institutions like njit you because in many ways it represents one of the next technological franck two years we've developed so much in the 20th century and into the twentyfirst century in terms of innovation and technology it's really only been in the last 20 or 30 years that we've begun to worry about well how did those technological solutions continues through multiple generations where we will use up resources less quickly njit.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The corner of 5th avenue and 31st street now let me multiple probes continue into russian meddling in the election and any trump campaign ties to moscow senator dianne feinstein house nbc's meet the press that the case is being built against the president i think what we're beginning to see is putting together a case of obstruction of justice i think we see this in the indictment and the foreign deichmann sin plays that have just taken place in some of the comments that are being made talks are underway they consolidate the house and senate versions of tax overhaul senator tim scott appearing on cnn's state of the union says he reviewed the measure before casting his vote i went through the entire bill i'm not going to say i read every single letter on every single page because four hundred and seventy pages in its last hour i did not read foreign suddenly pace but have i read every aspect of that bill before it was fused together the answer's yes i'm anne cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the bank for international settlements added its voice to institutions questioning whether stocks have become too expensive saying they look quote frothy particularly in the us the bis weighed in on the debate just days after goldman sachs group said a prolonged bull market across stocks bonds and credit left it's measure of average valuation at the highest since nineteen 100 defense secretary james mattis said today that boeing has been excellent working with the us air force to fix as many as three potential deficiencies with its new forty four and a half billion dollar aerial refuelling tanker bloomberg news reported friday that in a note to staff mattis said he was quote unwilling to accept kc fortysix tankers that didn't meet all contract specifications congress could take action on new gun regulations this week following the most recent mass shootings more from bloomberg's nathan hager the houses lined up a vote this week on a bill with two different ideas on guns one is a pretty bipartisan issue about reporting to the national background check system bloomberg government's lauren duggan that's being paired with a bill that is very partisan dealing with.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Latest good morning michael good morning bob president donald trump has ordered restrictions or suspensions on travel to the us from eight countries he replaces his barrel visitor from six muslimmajority they shoots par to the restrictions will take effect on october eighteen the new restrictions in broad travel to iran libya syria yemen and somalia restrictions also include venezuela north korea and chad president trump contributed to defend his comments criticising bnfl yes today saying fared should consider not going to the games of players refused to stand during the national anthem trump's comments sparked strong objections of players and owners including longtime friend and contributer robert kraft new england patriots trump speaking at moorestown new jersey municipal airport says he still lie craft blood this i think it very very players largearms builder raised fists during renditions of the from sunday an election that has split republicans will give civil this week in alabama bloomberg's nathan hager reports this tuesday is the gop primary runoff between incumbent senator luther strange and former state chief justice roy more for the seat once held by attorney general jeff sessions president trump has gone all in on senator strange that's bloomberg government's lauren duggan in fact the president rallied for strange in alabama on friday on the way though his own housing and urban development secretary ben carson endorsed more saying he reflects the judeochristian values that were so important to the establishment of our country in washington i'm nathan hager bloomberg radio.

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KBNP AM 1410

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The nathan hager right now he's an iron and one studios in washington dc with all the national news headlines all right thank you cory attorney general jeff sessions says he will stay in his job as long as president trump wants him to sessions tells so seeded press this hasn't been the best week in his relationship with the president but he says they they have a harmony of values and beliefs sessions spoke from salvador where he's looking for more support against the ms thirteen street gang as bloomberg's michael barr reports sanctions is getting support from senate republican president trump strong support in alabama but senator lindsey graham of south carolina told cnn that could have road if the president continues his twitter asians obsessions jeff sessions is fired there will be wholly hill the pay graham called trump's treatment of sessions of public waterboarding michael barr bloomberg radi graham also says it could be the end of the trump presidency if he tries to fire special counsel robert muller without cause grams office says he is working with two democrats on the judiciary committee on a bill that would prevent special counsels from being fired without judicial review the house has voted to make a one point six billion dollar downpayment on president trump's long promised border wall with mexico it was a two hundred thirty to one hundred ninety six vote part of a broader near eight hundred billion dollars socalled minibus spending bill for defence and other programs bloomberg government's lauren duggan says this won't be the end of the wall funding debate could see the administration using that is there you know we must have this border funding in order to sign are continuing resolution or a funding package of some sort of publicans avoided a direct vote on the wall today by talking it in his party of a procedural measure global news powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty so you get this idea for your company great then it's too expensive complicated i want to say yes we've never done it that way before during summer why now i liked it better before you explain that started fame yes to your.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The nathan hager right now he's earning one studios in washington dc was ruled a national news headlines all right thank you cory attorney general jeff sessions says he will stay in his job as long as president trump wants him to session cells he socie ended press this hasn't been the best week in his relationship with the president but he says they have a harmony values and beliefs sessions spoke from all salvador where he's looking for more support against the ms thirteen street gang as bloomberg's michael barr reports sessions is getting support from senate republican president trump has strong support in alabama but senator lindsey graham of south carolina told cnn that could have road if the president mm continues his twitter humiliations obsessions jeff sessions is fired there will be wholly ill the pay graham called trump's treatment of sessions of public waterboarding michael barr bloomberg radi graham also says it could be the end of the trump presidency if he tries to fire special counsel robert muller without cause grams office says he is working with two democrats on the judiciary committee on a bill that would prevent special counsels from being fired without judicial review the house has voted to make a one point six billion dollar downpayment on president trump's long promised border wall with mexico it was a two hundred thirty to one hundred ninety six vote part of a broader near eight hundred billion dollars socalled minibus spending bill for defence and other programs bloomberg government's lauren duggan says this won't be the end of the wall funding debates you could see the administration using that is there you know we must have this border funding in order to sign are continuing resolution or a funding package of some sort of publicans avoided a direct vote on the wall today by talking it in his party of a procedural measure global news powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty six i consider your need.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Non elliara us retail analyst for bloomberg intelligence men now it's time to go to washington dc world the national headlines from nancy lyons thanks tan president trump's eldest son is confirming he met last year with the russian woman who author to provide potentially damaging information on hillary clinton he says he was joined at the meeting by his brotherinlaw jerry kushner the man who was managing the trump campaign at the time paul manafort donald trump jr says the meeting lasted twenty to thirty minutes he says it became immediately clear the woman had no meaningful information he says a real intentions appeared to be about the adoption of russian children the kremlin says it does not know the attorney who met with trump jr on what's expected to be a very busy week back from recess on capitol hill this could be the market that bloomberg's nathan hager reports the house begins said days of debate this week on the national defense authorization act this is a measure that in total with authorize six hundred ninety six billion dollars while more than half of the discretionary part of the budget and bloomberg government's lauren duggan says that's way more than the five hundred forty nine billion dollars in spending caps set by law that's another part of this puzzle that has yet to be figured out out and you could expect a robust debate from democrats and probably some republicans that if we don't know how much we're sending a total yet how can we authorise all this money for the defense program if we won't actually be able to spend it nathan hager bloomberg 991 at one of five point seven fm hd to the united nations says it's encouraged by reports iraqi forces are close to retaking mozell from islamic state that the un says there is no end in sight to the humanitarian crisis in iraq with thousands displaced by the fighting global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm.

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"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"lauren duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They'll further consider their jurisdiction over the case ace when it's hurt on the merits what does that intel that'll be coming up on bloomberg law as we talk about a decision today with the supreme court announcing that it's going to take up the case that really could have profound ramifications on american elections and politics in we're talking with she expert it's in that area but i that's check on the latest world and national headlines with nancy lyons bloomberg 991 studios in washington c hansie page thinking is france's interior minister says a driver who rammed a car carrying explosives into a police conned land the channel sean leasing avenue his died after that attempted attack on security forces this happened earlier today officials say his motives are not clear british prime minister theresa may says a van attack on pedestrians outside a north london mosque is a sickening attempt to destroy liberties that unite britain such as freedom of worship one person was killed in that attack the driver of the van a white man aged forty eight was briefly detained by members of the public at the scene and then arrested by police may says hatred an evil of this time will never succeed and says the government will stop at nothing to defeat extremism russia's defence ministry says it will treat you well slide coalition planes in syria as targets following the downing of the syrian air force jet by the us military over the weekend the fighter jet was attacked after it dropped bombs near us park near forces russia's interference in the us election continues to dominate discussions on capitol hill bloomberg's nathan hager previews the coming week those the house and senate intelligence committees have open hearing set for wednesday for the house side they're gonna hear from jay johnson who was homeland security secretary until the end of the obama administration bloomberg government's lauren duggan i don't know if it'll be on every television channel the way that both says shannon's and obviously colmey were but we'll have to see where where these investigations lead because they're not going to die down anytime soon nathan hager bloomberg radio.

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