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Takeaways from last night's presidential debate
"Two for the presidential candidates. Correspondent Natalie Brand is in Nashville. The final presidential debate of 2020 started off with the Corona virus We're learning to live with people were learning to die with him. As the virus has killed more than 220,000 Americans. Former vice President Joe Biden has made the pandemic the central focus. Of his campaign against President Trump. Anyone who's responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America. We closed up the greatest economy in the world in order to fight This horrible disease they came from China. Later, the candidates clashed over health care when I'm going to do is pass Obamacare with a public option. Become Biden. I'd like to terminate Obama care come up with a brand new, beautiful healthcare, CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn is take away. This was a more civil debate, but it was still contentious. It was a more substantive debate, but they still talked around too many issues. Bottom line is this each wanted to make their closing arguments about themselves and their opponents. NBC's Kristen Welker is getting praise on social media for giving a masterclass in moderating. Also getting ups. The mic muting the
Key takeaways from the final presidential debate
"Presidential debate went off without a hitch with President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden not talking over each other in a particular tale that eruptions this time the commission on Presidential Debates announced Trump in Biden. We each have his microphone cut off at certain moments in deaf team coverage at 9 31. CBS News Special Report for a country in the grips of a pandemic Corona virus played center stage in the debate, The president said a vaccine could be ready by the end of the year by time line's going to be more right cured. I don't know that they're counting on the military the way I do, but we have our generals lined up one in particular, that's the head of logistics. Joe Biden pointed out, the more than 223,000 who have died nationwide. Anyone is responsible for not taking control. Fact not saying I'm take no responsibility initially. Anyone is responsible for that Money desk should not remain as president of the United States of America. CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn. This was a more civil debate, but it was still contentious. It was a more substantive debate, but they still talked around too many issues. Bottom line is this each wanted to make their closing arguments about themselves and their opponents. CBS News Special Report. I'm Lisa Matteo John catch director of debate at Vanderbilt University, was pleased that the two candidates remain calm and were able to present their arguments and uninterrupted. As for the moderator, Kristen Welker, Koch had high praise for her. One of my complaints about moderators usually is they don't allow engagement or back and forth because they want to get through all the questions. They prepared, so I'll commend her on doing a good job of leading engagement happened, allowing back and forth happing, allowing both candidates task questions of each other, and I don't think she got through all of her questions. The last segment seemed relatively shorter. Wendy than the other. So I'll commend her on, you know, letting the actual debate and information engagement play out Naturally. Fox News Chris Wallace, who moderated the first debate that completely came off the rails tweeted out. First of all, I'm jealous. I would like to have moderated that debate.
Harris on Pence interruption: "Mr. Vice President, I am speaking."
"Presidential debate. Some tough words in Salt Lake City on Wednesday night is Camilla Harrison. Mike Pence took part in their only scheduled debate. So Biden is responsible for saving America's auto industry, and you voted against it. So let's set the record straight over. 19 repeatedly came up. But while there were other issues as well, Pence said President Trump will keep the country safe. It's absolutely essential. So we have a commander in chief who will not hesitate to act to protect American lives and to protect American service members. And that's what you have in President Donald On the issue of taxes. The two disagreed. He will not raise taxes on anybody who makes less than 400,000. Here. Peel the Trump tax. Mr Vice president, speaking I'm taking the important news. You said the truth on several occasions. Pence went well over his allotted time. President didn't Susan I did not create the goals for tonight. Joe, Buy you your campaign's agreed to the rules for tonight with the commission on President. I'm here to enforce them. Did anyone have a clear victory here? CBS's Leonard Steinhorn. Each side tried to sort of Weaken the other side's case. They try to attack them on their approach on health care on Covad on the economy on the environment on DSO on, But they all both of them have strong defenses for their size. CBS News Special Report on Steve Futterman. I like
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The president's cavalier attitude towards Cove it towards masks towards social distancing has endangered many people, including himself. We know that President Trump has a pension for not telling the truth. But when it comes to something, as vital is this health of the president of the health of the people around him? Way need to, though the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Other reaction on CBS His face. The nation. National Security adviser Robert O'Brien, who was himself infected earlier this year, had a word of encouragement. I went through this virus myself over the summer, and even if you have no symptoms, and I was I had a very, very minor symptoms day 78, you know, are critical days, so I think the doctors want to make sure that they're there for the president that he's getting the best treatment my message out T the president, first lady, but all those who in fact is a message of a speedy recovery. And be, you know, you'll get through this. Just just fight it and hang in there. And as he prepared to return to the White House, the president himself released another video on Twitter thanking the doctors and nurses at Walter Reed. We're getting great reports from the doctors. This is an incredible hospital world to read. The work they do is just absolutely amazing. And I want to thank him. All the nurses, the doctors, everybody here. It's been very interesting journey. I learned a lot about covert. I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't let's read the book school and I get it and I understand it, and it's a very interesting thing. I'm going to be letting you know about it. And even in the hospital, he managed to stir up some controversy by How was your scene over already ordering his limousine to take him on a drive by past the crowds outside the building over the weekend, CBS News political consultant Leonard Steinhorn says it's pretty obvious. Why he did this for President Trump Any form of vulnerability is a sign of weakness and weakness is for people who lose. So even with a serious case of Corona virus, he's determined to show strength to show defiance to show his supporters that nothing Not even a pandemic can break his will or make him seem anything other than a winner and for the covert outlook in other parts of the nation. Let's go to CBS's David Beg no around the country. More than half of all states are reporting positivity rates above 5%, which is the recommended level for reopening. That includes states where football is underway. Russell.
Pelosi warns House could be forced to decide presidential election
"In which the House of Representatives is forced to decide the outcome of the 2020 race. As CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn tells us, she told her Democratic caucus that the possibility underscores the need for the party to expand its majority in the House. And win control of more state House delegations. It's yet another lesson on the way our Constitution was written, has smaller states often have as much political power as our largest states and on the consequences of a simple twist of fate in this case, who controls the majority of state delegations in Congress, and that may influence our nation's history. An update in the Briana Taylor killing, CBS News has learned. The grand jury recordings will be
What will happen to RBG's SCOTUS seat?
"The fight to fill the seat of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, speaking at a rally in Philadelphia. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says the decision should wait until after the election jam this nomination through the Senate. Just exercise in raw political power. I don't believe the people of this nation will stand for Republican Arkansas, Senator Tom Cotton tells father O'Connell said there will be a vote. Meanwhile, two Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska say the move for a replacement should wait. CBS News political consultant Leonard Steinhorn at least with Senators, Markovsky and Collins. They're honoring what they said and did four years ago in showing the American public that partisanship and even ideology have their limits that as much as they may wanted conservative on the court. They're not willing to blow up the Senate to do so. CBS News Special Report. I'm Lisa Matteo.
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"CBS News. Gentlemen you take so far on the convention tonight, Peter Mayer. Let's start with you. My name is Ruth Flynn in 1990 to my house. We have Peter Mayor if we don't have Peter Mayer will start with Leonard Steinhorn. Lenny, What do you think? We finally escaped. Well, look, This is a continuum from what they've done in the first two nights, which is to hit President Trump with a clenched fist. But a bit of a velvet glove. And the reason why you need a velvet glove is in this type of video presentation. You can't come off too overheated. You have to have a conversation with people. You can't wait for those applause lines. You have to really speak to people in a way that no sort of they're gonna listen to. It's in a funny way. The video presentation that many people are saying is far more closer to radio. Then it is to let's say a traditional TV convention coverage. Because people are listening toe what these speakers air saying So I think to some extent what they're doing throughout this convention is hitting the president on issues related to leadership and character and the threat he poses to democracy and basically saying that the Democrats Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, They will lead they will lead in this time of crisis. Whether it's cove it or reckoning with our racial history or the economy. They have character. They epitomize the American dream and that they will preserve our democratic institutions. The other thing they've done tonight is to go hard on some of the key issues that glued together. The Democratic Party and differentiated from President Trump and the Republicans such as guns and climate change and immigration and women's rights and economic inequality. So in this next hour, for example, you're going to hear from Elizabeth one, and she's going to talk really tough about how to get the economy working. Not for the wealthy and the corporations but for the middle class and the average people. So this is what we've had, which is sort of a full diagram A of the Democratic Party with quick video cuts and onda, lots of different people talking Their whole goal is to present an overarching message about Joe Biden the party and how he can change America and to inspire people to get out and vote, if not for Joe Biden, then at least against Donald Trump. Leonard Steinhorn, our CBS News, political.
Kamala Harris chosen as Joe Biden's running mate
"By Joe Biden and political analyst Larry Sabotage. Agree when you're the front runner, you don't roll the dice. You don't pick an unknown You don't pick someone who could be picked apart by your opponents discovering all kinds of things in their past. CBS's Leonard Steinhorn. Joe Biden may not have liked how she challenged him on racial issues during that presidential debate last summer, but they have to admire the way she brought her prosecutor zeal to that debate and how she has the ability to put somebody else on the defensive. And not be on the defensive herself. President Trump calls Harris mean and disrespectful and gives props to his running, mate. Well, I like Vice President Mike Pence, much better. He is solid as a rock. He's been a fantastic vice president. He's done everything you could do. CBS News update. I'm Pam Coulter CASE. CBS News Times, 6 32
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Are sobering new statistics on kids and Covad CBS's Vicki Barker. The American Academy of Pediatrics says nearly 100,000 Children tested positive for covert 19 in the last two weeks of July alone, and CBS News has learned that more than 338,000 our Children this as administrators in more than 13,000 Rickon School district are trying to figure out how to keep kids and teachers safe. President Trump won up Democrats by passing a new co Vered relief bill by issuing executive orders CBS News political consultant Leonard Steinhorn or a lot of concerns before he's trying to do It's more public relations than it is policy. But this is how he's staking out his position to try and get the Democrats back to the table. We'll see who holds the upper hand, Donald Trump or Nancy Pelosi, one of the president's orders would cut expired jobless benefits to $400 require states to provide some of the funding. Violence and chaos Mar the weekend in Chicago Police commander Yolanda Tally says it began when officers shot and wounded a suspect who was firing at them in Englewood. You did have an officer that was made by someone in the crowd. We do have an officer that sustained a shoulder injury. One of our vehicles, the windows were shattered. Rowdy crowds grew as word spread on social media. Hundreds of people swept through magnificent mile early this morning. Another pandemic. First, a zoom trial with a binding verdict begins in Duvall County, Florida today, A woman who claimed she was beaten at the former Paradise Gentleman's Club is suing for damages. The public will be able to watch on delay. So jurorsfaces Khun B. Blurred, they'll listen to testimony virtually from home. America's got talent resumed, socially distanced filming in L. A yesterday how, but someone was missing. Simon Cow broke his back when he fell off in electric bike. He was testing out in his driveway Saturday. He says he underwent five hours of surgery have a metal rod inserted. S and P futures are up. Five. Dow futures Ahead 103 This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Big news. David Horowitz..
US election: Biden to accept presidential nomination remotely
"News accepting the reality of the moment dividing campaign says their men will not attend the Democratic convention and will accept the party's nomination remotely. CBS News political analyst Leonard Steinhorn Corona virus DOESn't yield to Political desire. Joe Biden accepts the reality and for the foreseeable future, our politics will be living in a digital space. President Trump says he's thinking about accepting his nomination at the White
Obama urges Americans to honor John Lewis' legacy by voting
"For the funeral of Congressman John Lewis rose to its feet with an up roar of applause during a eulogy from former President Barack Obama. Mr Obama talked about the selfless sacrifice of the civil rights leader and that the voting rights he fought for our under siege by President Trump, who's floating the idea of delaying the election. Joining us live to talk about CBS analyst Leonard Steinhorn. Great to have you, Leonard? Happy to be here so to other presidents were on hand. But it was poor former President Obama, who offered this impassioned defense of democratic ideals that he says are being threatened. He's been more outspoken, but not like this. Can you talk about it? Look essentially what President Obama was saying is, if we wanna honor John Lewis's legacy, truly honor it. We need to finish the work of John Lewis's lifetime. Which is to ensure voting rights, for all with no obstacles in anyone's way and in effect. What he did with his rhetoric is he entered the political fray not directly not through partisan attacks, but with clear and pointed assaults on those Particularly Republicans, who were doing exactly what John Lewis fought against all of his life, which is to undermine the voting rights of the American people, So he did it through lofty and impassioned rhetoric. But his message was clear. He was definitely part former president and part preacher today, talking about the protests as well, something that Louis energized in his day is a civil rights leader, nearly losing his life in the fight. Can you characterize what Mr Obama said, and its relevance at this moment in history? So, in essence, what President Obama did was draw a straight line from Bloody Sunday on the Edmund Pettus Bridge from Bull Connor in Birmingham. ER, George Wallace. The black lives matter. And the civil rights struggles of today are voting rights struggles of today. So you know, he basically said Bull Connor may be gone, But today we witness with our own eyes, police officers. Kneeling on the next of black Americans. George Wallace may be gone. But then, he said he worries about the federal government's sending agents to use tear gas and batons against peaceful demonstrators. Clearly referencing what happened in Lafayette Square when President Trump wanted to go to the church and hold up his Bible. So he drew a straight line from John Lewis in the 19 sixties tow what's happening today, and clearly, that was a strong message that this next generation now has to take the torch. And continue on with the fight that John Lewis began when he was just Ah, young, a young man in 1960 CBS News political analyst Leonard Steinhorn Thanks so much for being here. Thanks Always. By the
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"News real reporting i'm steve kafe in the nation's highest court is getting involved in one of the key political issues now immigration c._b._s.'s wendy gillette says it may determine the fate of the group known as dreamers supreme court's decision to take up the daca case could have far reaching repercussions for the twenty twenty presidential election c._b._s. news legal analyst jonathan turley this is the case that trump wants people to focus on he is clearly going to be running on the immigration issue federal courts have blocked president trump's attempt to end the obama era daca program it protects around seven hundred thousand young people who were illegally brought to the u._s. as children legal arguments will take place in the fall a ruling is expected in about a year when he july c._b._s. news federal lawsuit filed this morning challenges the new law in georgia that bans most abortions in that state missouri's only abortion clinic is waiting on a decision on whether it can stay open to east august fights the state over the future of its license c._b._s. kate smith and parenthood has asked for a motion to stay that means that the clinic can stay operating on abortion care until a final decision is reached we don't know how that's going to go we're expecting an answer today last night's democratic debate california senator harris led a crowd of eight candidates taking aim at the front runner in the polls joe biden c._b._s. news political analyst leonard steinhorn has long been a candidate that intrigued people but she didn't light them on fire she was a lot of folks second or third choice this will give her another look by a lot of people this could potentially make her the first choice among more overseas c._b._s.'s steven portnoy in japan has more on a trump putin encounter as he said alongside vladimir putin president was asked by a reporter if he urged the russian leader and not interfere in the twenty twenty election of course i will mr trump said he then turned to his right pointed at putin with his index finger and said with a smile don't meddle in the election the russian leader laughed has been a deadly small plane crash in north carolina neighborhood cbs's jim krasula a single engine plane crashed into a house in hope mills north carolina outside fayetteville killing the pilot and someone inside the home another person in the house was seriously hurt neighbors say they heard the plane's engine making sputtering noises before it went down honda's recall a one point six million vehicles to replace potentially deadly takata airbag inflators the automaker says it's completing it's required recalls six months ahead of schedule wall street right now the dow is up sixty seven points this is c._b._s. news c._b._s. news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust.
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Second batch of democratic presidential hopefuls go head to head in miami comma harris taking on joe biden over his record in the senate and the n._b._c. debate i was part of the second class to integrate berkeley california public schools almost two decades after brown v board of education because your city council may c._b._s. news political consultant leonard steinhorn on biden's performance capable debater he's never been the type to get to specific on issues he tries to come off as engaging and likeable but he had that one moment with senator harris where he looked flummoxed he was out of his element president trump met with ladimir putin at the g twenty summit in japan and chided reporters when they asked if he brought up russian meddling the president jokingly wag the finger at putin and told him not to meddle in the next election are responding steven portnoy from osaka on what's ahead for the president before heading to south korea for a strategy session on denuclearizing north president trump meets here tomorrow with china's president xi jinping tells reporters he expects it to be a very exciting day at a minimum productive but it's still a mystery whether he and she are on the cusp of announcing a deal to end their escalating trade war it's been eleven days and there's still no sign of missing university of utah students mackenzie luek police in salt lake city say they're zeroing in on a home nearby c._b._s. jonathan liatti is there spoke with the police chief who tells us he was led to this property by what he called digital footprints he's confirming to us that they brought in several cadaver.
Joe Biden, Leonard Steinhorn And CBS discussed on The Morgan Show
"Your CBS news political consultant, American University, professor, Leonard Steinhorn, essentially the Hyde amendment keeps poor women from obtaining federal funding, if they choose to obtain an abortion, why does so many Democrats oppose the Hyde amendment, essentially, it's hard to say something as a right and be against funding for poor women to exercise that. Right. So what Joe Biden was doing was bending to the political reality in the Democratic
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Treat each kind of fame separately, in terms of iovine after relationship with you. Places navy with your neighbor in one of your main allies. Meanwhile, CBS news political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn, says that the president had a lot of pressure from his own party to back down the president was going to impose these tariffs, or the Republicans in congress going say, Nope, we don't like this. We will vote to disapprove of them. And if that's the case, would they have enough votes to override the president's veto and Senate, minority leader, Chuck Schumer mocked, President Trump after the announcement of a deal with Mexico tweeting that the announcement made for a quote historic night, adding that because the president says the deal will eliminate illegal immigration. He said he went on to say, we won't be hearing any more about it in the future. That's a quote from Schumer. Meanwhile, President Trump tweeted Mexico has agreed to immediately begin buying large quantities of agricultural products from our great patriot farmers. Is for eleven and time now for WBZ sports for the first time in the Stanley Cup final this year team is one consecutive games. Now if the Bruins to win the Cup, they'll have to win two in a row. Starting with game six tomorrow in Saint Louis trailing three games to two. Bruins have been there before going back around one trillion to Ronald three to than winning on the road before coming back to take game seven at home, send it will be the six time the Bruins trailed three two in the Cup final. They did pull it off against Vancouver. Back in two thousand eleven to win the Cup. Red Sox chill the race five one late innings for Tampa Bay four run. Second decisive frame Travis darn with a three run Homer off Josh Smith at the French Open a Ashleigh Barty claimed her first grand slam title with a straight sets win of Makita Andrew stove from the Czech Republic..
U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin refuses to release Trump's tax returns to Congress
"And Congress's demand to have the IRS over President Trump's tax returns is getting a flat. No from the Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin says the request lacks legitimate legislative purpose CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn, if the president is worried what congress will find out in his tax returns. If he's. Worried what the public will find out if his tax returns released? He would rather kick that down the road for fear. So it doesn't interfere with his reelection campaign for him right now. Twenty twenty is preeminent. He doesn't want anything getting in the way. And if the courts ruled against him in two or three years that would be after the election of
Mueller finds no Trump-Russia conspiracy but some questions left unresolved
"Foty, President Trump claims exoneration vindication and on the issue of alleged conspiracy with Russia. The Mueller investigation found no proof on obstruction of Justice. Smaller apparently abstained his bosses did not here CBS is not only brand attorney general William bar released. A letter summarising the findings of Robert Muller's investigation. The four page letter reads, the special counsel's investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence, the 2016 US presidential election. Bars letter also says Muller looked into possible obstruction of Justice charges against President Trump, the direct quote reads wall, this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate how not mixed message has Democrats. Demanding far more preparing to call the attorney general to testify in public CBS news, political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn, this is about transparency, that's what the Democrats are gonna push for. And they're going to say we can't simply trust. The Trump Justice department to give the American people the information they need to be able to know what really happened Republicans back to differ, like the president New York congressman Peter King questions the whole Russia investigation. When we start an investigation with his evidence the crime has been committed. It was never any evidence
Trump criticizes John McCain over Russia investigation and dossier
"Democrats are expressing disgust at how President Trump continues to rail against the late. Senator John McCain in a series of tweets, Mr. Trump took aim at the Zona Republican for in his view. View helping provide the dossier of allegations linking him to Russia to the FBI and the media here. CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn, what's the point for the president to continue to go and attack him it only spreads and fosters ill-will within his party and among the independent voters that President Trump will need to get over the bar in twenty twenty the canes daughter, Megan responded to the pressure. It's criticism with a tweet yesterday that read no one will ever love you the way they loved my
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Clear and very cold. Our forecast overnight with a low around ten plenty of sunshine. Tomorrow, not quite as cold with a high thirty five right now, we've got twenty one degrees at five thirty one CBS news update Virginia Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax says he will not resign following a rape accusation by someone who had been a college friend. A second woman has come forward to accuse Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexual assault. The woman claims it took place when she in Fairfax. We're students at Duke University of North Carolina Fairfax's denying the accusation CBS's. Jim Krasula earlier this week another woman claimed Fairfax forced her to perform a sex act when they met at the two thousand four democratic convention CBS news, political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn could be a he said she said approach to all of this that no longer exists. You now have two people who were saying almost the exact same things. The Domino's evidence are starting to fall and there. Not falling and Fairfax's favor. Fairfax issued a statement saying he is the victim of a vicious and coordinated smear campaign. CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. Kmox news time five thirty two. We take you back to Clayton this hour Cam. What's his Kevin Colleen is there? The Saint Louis county police chief in prosecuting attorney held a news conference. This follows the guilty verdict against Trenton Forrester, the man who killed a police officer in South County, Kevin joins us again live from Clayton. And Kevin described the reaction once that verdict was read in the courtroom. You could hear people slapping backs padding bats backs in support on the side of the room where the officers family was sitting you could hear them sighing with relief because they were hoping so much for this first degree murder conviction that will mean life without parole on the other side of the aisle. I was sitting right in front of the mother of the defendant, and she was shaking with tears and hugging her relatives for them. This is the end he'll never step foot on free soil, again, he will be in prison institution for the rest of his life. They can go visit him, but it's a tragedy for the mother who along with the father. They were criticized by the prosecutors as being terrible parents, and you know, must be a terrible day for them to think it's come to this and Kevin. There was also a news conference held by police chief Belmar and prosecuting attorney Wesley bell. What do they have to? Say about all this. L A both of them were very happy very satisfied that this is a first degree murder conviction. Wesley bell who who was elected with sort of a question. Mark over him. Will he be tough on crime? He certainly showed his support for the police. He was sitting in the trial all day today. He shook hands with the family, and he got up there. And he said we have to hold people accountable when they commit murders. The police chief says he personally was connected with officer Snyder that say we used to exchange pleasantries and one time the chief said he was very flattered that Snyder had said, you know, I got to stand next to the chief today at some ribbon-cutting. So but looking forward the chief says this is good closure. It sends the message that you can't kill a cop and get something less than this type of conviction. First degree came waxes. Kevin clean reporting. Again, a guilty verdict against Trenton Forrester accused of killing Saint Louis county police. Officer Blake Snyder. Kmox news time five thirty five the battle between the richest man in the world and the nation's best known tabloid intensified today. CBS news correspondent, Alison keys tells us. Prosecutors are now reportedly involved National Enquirer publisher American media Inc has admitted secretly helping President Trump's campaign by paying off a playboy model for the rights to her story about an alleged affair with him then burying it until after the election last year at signed a non-prosecution agreement with the Justice department. Now prosecutors want to know if AM I violated that packed over a story about Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, extramarital affair Basil's plans. AM I tried to extort him Allison keys, CBS news acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker testified before the House Judiciary committee on Capitol Hill today. Democrats grilled him about special counsel Robert Muller's investigation, which he oversees chairman Jerry Nadler was unsatisfied with Whitaker's answers and said it was likely he'd be called back perhaps under subpoena. CBS news, Washington. Correspondent Paula Reid. Explains. Not much was learned in this hearing in this hearing, we learned that he says he has not interfered at all with the Russia investigation that he currently overseas. He says he has never denied the investigation funding. Even had some kind words for special counsel, Robert Muller and his character. Crystal Jean Lee Kenny entered a guilty plea today in connection with the disappearance of Colorado. Mon- Kelsey Berith Baratheon say Patrick frac- was charged with her murder. Police believe Kenny may have gotten rid of Barrett's cell phone cable. Lex news time five thirty six. Well, don't be alarmed if you see dozens of people in pajamas in downtown Belleville tomorrow at how fun is it to roam around downtown Babol in your onesie, that's Kathy. Kaiser talking about tomorrow's onesie bar crawl the third annual fundraiser will vote participants into a shuttle in their onesie PJ's and take them bar hopping to eight different bars, including big daddy. Six one eight all proceeds will go toward the Illinois fire safety alliance. Burn camp for children who've suffer. Life-threatening burns. And this is just one of those events Carol that wallets for a good cause it is certainly a lot of fun, and it certainly lends credence to the nickname Belva. We we call a bell Vegas in here. Are you sound as if you've done this not this one, but I have done similar bar crawls in the past where are you in a onesie onesie? No, I have to admit I was gonna say the witness will answer the question, I would love to do this because I love onesies. And I it's it's very fun. Because a lot of times the one that I see most often is the one that they do in sue lard in January and people will go on Amazon and just by these twenty five dollar ones these to us one time, but they're awesome. Like, you could find a lot of really creative stuff. So if you're still looking for all it's a little late now, I guess, but this sells out this is the third year. And it has sold out every year. I was told and they they're going to raise money they're going to have contests. They're going to have raffles or they're going to have a buffet. They're gonna have a good time to bring up a cliche. Good time. To be had by all suppose. We've got weather coming up with Steve Templeton in about two and a half minutes.
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"TPS and many other things straightforward fair reasonable and common sense with lots of compromise. CBS news correspondent Steven Portnoy democratic leaders are saying that this is not going to pass either the house or the Senate the president did say that Mitch McConnell. The Senate Republican leader would put it on the Senate floor this week, and that'll be a key test to see whether in fact, the Republicans do or don't have the votes government shutdown has been dragging on for twenty nine days with hundreds of thousands of people affected. CBS news update, I'm Sam Litzinger. And that was a CBS special report recapping the speech from the White House, the president speaking on border security, outlying a proposal to end the government shutdown calling it a common sense compromise that both parties can embrace CBS news political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn, says President Trump's go. Goal is to portray himself as part of the solution. He's feeling the heat on the shutdown right now, it's also causing widespread loss of economic confidence. He's reading the polls, and he doesn't like the fact that Nancy Pelosi may pull the plug for the big stage in the state of the union speech, and he doesn't wanna be seen as intolerant to this sort of independent voters that he's going to be needing in twenty twenty and President Trump says he intends to keep his campaign promise to fix the crisis at the border one way or another. It's five thirty two more on storm preparations in the bay state. That's coming up bumpers. Now five thirty three in. That means it's time for traffic.
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hour. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual insurance hard. Tom Foty, we do not know much about President Trump's conversations with Russian President Putin other than they met one on one with nobody would translators present a Washington Post reports, Mr. Trump has made a major effort to keep it that way says not normal. This is not usual. The big question is why political analyst Leonard Steinhorn that very fact that the president does not seem to want to disclose and wants to seem to hide his conversations with Putin. That's got to be another layer of information that's going to intrigue Bob Muller, and potentially that might lead to some other things, but only George Janine Pirro program on friendly, Fox News, Mr. Trump claim he would now be okay with releasing Krantz grips off his Putin. One on one would I don't care. I mean, I had a conversation like every president. Does you sit with the president of various countries? I do it with all countries this against a back. A recent New York Times report the FBI has investigated. Mr. Trump is a possible Russian agent and new plans by democratic house committee chairman to look deeper into all things Russia. This is the third weekend. Start at the fourth week of the partial government shutdown the amount of weekend movement toward a solution zero turning to the weather. It has been deadly this weekend at least seven that's blamed on. Are you storm? That's dumped pretty much everything. Mother nature can throw from above on about half the country Saint Louis and surrounding areas have been hammered by snow, which is now falling further east storm. It's going to bring some prolong snow to the mid Atlantic. So DC the I ninety five corridor. This will intensify and bring them snow not only throughout the day on Sunday. But also through Monday morning, WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob wycoff. More than sixty five million people are under a winter. Storm warnings needless to say there are power outages in spots. Travel is a problem too in politics at another democratic presidential hopeful. Former Obama administration housing chief former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro.
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"And of course, I am thirteen twenty. I'm working on it live for the coffee county election commission, sear we also have political analyst Leonard Steinhorn Leoni is here. Our polling expert, and we have CBS news. Former White House correspondent emeritus Peter mayor back with us again. And it's always good to have his insight. But Stephen as we are looking down the line here. We've got some more races to call. And as we've been saying we've been watching some governors. Racists as well. Interesting dynamic in the state of Kansas where CBS news projects the democratic contender. Laura Kelly will win as the governor of Kansas defeating Republican crisco Bock one of the president's best friends in politics. He does not win the margin. Forty eight to forty two will actually I should say forty eight to forty three percent. There was a libertarian candidate. Greg Orman who will get six percent of the vote. But Laura Kelly the democrat is the Victor there. Another pickup for the Democrats as they takeover statehouses. They've taken over Illinois tonight with Jay Pritzker, the venture capitalist beating incumbent Republican governor Bruce Rohner, so the there's a couple of examples therefore, you Bill of Democrats making inroads in the state houses the big picture at this hour. A net gain of eighteen so far for the Democrats in the house and that gain of two for the Republicans in the Senate. But key contests are still outstanding. We're waiting on results, for example from Arizona where it is really tight between MC Sally and cinema. That is a key contest. We're watching and another will give it nineteen now for the houses. We just learned in New Jersey longtime Republican Leonard Lance has been defeated by Democrat Tom Malinowski in the seventh district in New Jersey. So we have another one going there. So again, we're taking away as Leonard Steinhorn is said toward you know, that to twenty three and I just love the analogy that he was using which is just kind of like the ground game of football. You know, is the way my my Steelers used to do it and just pound it and grounded and yard by yard inch by inch in and get it down your statistician. Here's marking on his clipboard with Xs and os. Wins and loses. But in the state, New Jersey, seventh district there, you're absolutely right. Republican Leonard Lance a five term incumbent goes down to defeat against former Obama administration official Tom Malinowski. So as we talk about control of the house going to Democrats in the reaction in the White House to this. You know, we we talk a little bit about the idea that, you know, there are going to be these investigations. And the president's attitude has been what does attitude is about these things all along bring it on what he says he is. And he's been asked this a couple of times. And I'm going to interrupt you. I'm so sorry because I think we're going to go to Nancy Pelosi the house minority leader. Now as CBS news projects that the house will fall to the Democrats two hundred twenty three seats at the very least Nancy Pelosi now taking to the podium at the DC headquarters. We have Steve Futterman with us whilst he's getting.
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"Just days before the midterm election. President Trump hammers away at the Republican message Republican, congress means more jobs less crime, a democrat. Congress means more crime and less jobs. He was in Missouri last night. He goes to Indiana and West Virginia today, he hailed today's strong. October jobs report is good economic news. Two hundred fifty thousand jobs created CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn. There are plenty of Americans. Particularly folks in suburban areas who have been doing pretty well chemically over the years, even under the Obama years and realized that a lot of this economic growth in fact, started under Obama not under Donald Trump with former President Obama is trying to stoke interest among potential democratic voters. He campaigns today in Florida and Georgia both states have key governors races. CBS news update, I'm Steve kaffa. W CBS news time twelve thirty two the sanctions on Iran will be reimposed on Monday. The president sent a tweet with a picture of himself saying just that secretary of state Mike Pompeo says eight countries will be offered exemptions, though, allowing them to continue buying oil from Iran in the short term, Matthew Levitt at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy says this could have a snowball effect Europe is having a conversation of its own about what sanctions if any it should be imposing on Iran because of Iran sponsorship of terrorist plots in France and in Denmark over the past few weeks now the sanctions cover, Iran shipping, financial and energy sectors. They are the second batch of penalties reimposed since President Trump withdrew from the deal. In may words of hate were found inside of work Lynn temple the concern that someone would act on that hate forced the cancellation of a political event is well, comedian Ilana Glazer. Was supposed to bring her sharp wit and political fervor to union temple here in prospect heights last night. But the show did not go on her generators series. A sit down with political candidates had to be canceled of vandal slipped into the building and scrawled kill all Jews in a stairwell. Glazer thanked the crowd for coming and taking a.
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"If we you. It went on like that for about four minutes is cameras rolled flake stood in the elevator. Politely listening and nodding, but did not really directly. Engage, but the moment was seen all over the world and heard on the radio all over the world these tele- for the country. And so that perhaps suggests that flake has some pause in a Senator who's in the room with flake. And and colleagues tells our colleague Ed O'Keefe that there is something up with Senator flake who again announced this morning that he would vote. Yes. To confirm judge cavenaugh. Our CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn is with us. Now, Lenny certainly a great deal of pressure on the now, the senior Senator from Arizona will absolutely. And look he's been clearly troubled by this whole process. He thought that Dr Blasi Ford was credible. You could see the pain on his face when he has to make these decisions, you could see the pain on his face when these. Women went after him and made it not just some abstract vote on Justice, but on their own personal lives. And what this vote means for them. And then a Senator flake in Senator coons democrat from Delaware. They're good friends. They get together they've traveled together they serve on other committees together. And apparently, the two of them went into the ante room started talking, and who knows what's going to come of that. But clearly Senator flake who announced his support for judge cavenaugh this morning. Maybe either walking that back or seeming to try to delay the process because of the concerns he's having. But maybe not maybe he's trying to convince Senator coons why he feels a certain way, this is just one more mini drama. That's developing right now. And it's developing as we speak. In fact, chairman Chuck Grassley has left the hearing room we understand he may be going into the anti room where Senator flake is huddling with colleagues, perhaps he wants to confer. So there are major. Developments at this hour. The appointed hour for the vote in the committee to send judge Kavanagh's nomination to the Senate floor. We have been reporting, and we should reiterate that the vote whether it's favorable or not is merely symbolic because Lenny Steinhorn, the Senate could proceed to a full vote on Kavanagh's nomination. Even if the judiciary committee doesn't favorably report the nomination to the floor. Yes. You look at the Clarence Thomas nomination, and the judiciary committee didn't vote one way or the other. And he's still went to the floor Robert Bork who did get defeated on the floor. He lost out in the committee, but they still referred his nomination to the full a Senate. So there's precedent for this. Even if somehow he gets voted down. I'm not altogether. Sure, he'll get voted down. But Jeff flake Senator flake has long spoken about the quality of our democracy. The need to talk to each other. The fact that we can't have sort of the democra-. Proce- that he feels Donald Trump represents. And so maybe he's been troubled by what the Democrats are saying is this sort of rush to judgment this railroading through of this nomination without all the evidence in place to confirm corroborate or deny the accusations against judge on. Well, so that's Jeff flake and the pressure on him if he were to vote no in committee and subsequently no on the floor. Well, that then opens up the possibility that there aren't enough votes on the floor. Let's talk about that. We heard today from Joe Donnelly, the democratic Senator from Indiana, he said that he would not vote for judge cavenaugh where does that put things Leonard Steinhorn in the overall picture? Well, right now, there are if you assume that flake is still going to vote. Yes. There are four senators who are undecided to Republicans to red state Democrats who were both running for reelection this year one. Susan Collins from Maine who will run for reelection in twenty twenty she's been equivocating on this. Another is Lisa Murkowski from Alaska. She too has been a quick hitting hasn't said much, but as deeply troubled by the process and the accusations against judge Cavanaugh, then you have Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota. And Joe Manchin of West Virginia, both red state Democrats both seen as defending vulnerable seats. And there's going to be a lot of pressure on them by the Republican party to vote for judge Cavanaugh. But if senators Collins and Murkowski decide that they are no votes that will give cover to the red state Democrats to be able to vote. No and say, this is the reason why I am following my colleagues in the Republican party Senator Grassley, the chairman of the judiciary committee has just come back into the room. We are technically still in session as we watch the Senate Judiciary committee, but Grassley has said that the proceedings will be essentially suspended subject to the fall of the gavel a couple. Of republicans. I see Orrin Hatch and Lindsey Graham or seated at their their in their seats at on the dais, photographers. Perched waiting for something else to happen. But there are no Democrats in their seats. So whatever is about to happen isn't about to happen at the moment. Clearly something's up and we've been talking about it. The vote was expected to go along party lines eleven Republicans voting in favor and ten Democrats voting against the pressure is on on both sides now over Jeff flake, Republican Senator from Arizona who is not running for re-election. His term will end on the third day of January of next year. He's retiring, and he said in a floor speech this week and impassioned speech that in this moment, the situation is about about the humanity of both the judge and the accuser Thane Rosenbaum is our CBS news legal analyst thing once jump in here and give us your thoughts about this moment. Extraordinary moment. Of course, both Dr Ford and judge Cavanaugh pass their believability and credibility test. That's really what we're facing right now. Both of them were incredibly moving and compelling. This is one of those situations where you have a to believable witnesses. And there's no way really to know the truth of what happened. And that is the situation, isn't it overnight. There was a statement from the president of the American Bar Association, urging the committee not to proceed and chairman Grassley, however seemed to dispense with that not completely shrugging off the nation's leading lobby of lawyers. But what he did say was that? It was just a statement from the president of the American Bar Association. How significant is that Thane Rosenbaum our legal analyst? Well, it's significant in the sense that we heard yesterday judge Cavanaugh actually quoting from the report from the bars does Dacian giving him the highest qualified radio possible. You know, the president of the bar association simply saying why not pursue further investigations in order to establish further. The the good character of the candidate. Instead of having a cloud over his appointment. But you know, it was such a strange all of it with those strange a rare day in the United States. When a judge comments before the nation insisting that is been falsely accused I mean, nothing like this is really ever happened. It was filled with all of the drama, and then that very same. Judge ended up being blamed by senators and a good portion of the country for not displaying judicial temperament. That's true. He didn't. Because yesterday he wasn't. He didn't he didn't speak to us as a judge. He spoke to us somebody in very emotional term to believe he had been falsely accused and at the same time the country was riveted by a woman who in very graphic vivid detail, describe what it was like for her as a teenager to have felt not only that she was about to be raped, but the two might have died Thane Rosenbaum, our CBS news legal analyst as we bring you CBS news coverage of the Senate Judiciary committee proceedings, which seemed to be in a state of suspended animation. I'm Stephen Portnoy CBS, news headquarters, New York, Leonard Steinhorn, our CBS news political analyst is with us and just to recap for those who are joining us who expected at this hour, we would have a vote. Well, the pressure is on Arizona's Senator Jeff flake and Lenny what kind of pressure. Do you think Jeff flake is facing? I think this is internal pressure. I think he's been deeply divided. He his. Own mind is a house divided against itself. I think he does believe Dr Blasi Ford, but he also wants to believe judge Cavanaugh. I don't think he's comfortable dismissing Dr Blasi Fords sort of allegations or the allegations of other people it's got to be weighing on him. And I think he's right now sort of working through this process with some of his closest friends on the other side that he feels that he can confide in and hear what they have to say or try to convince them why he might be going with the majority here. So my sense is that a Senator flake is working this out within his own mind testing it with his colleagues, and we'll have to see where he eventually comes out on this. And at the moment, we really don't know anything more than that. So we are left in the realm of speculation. We are on the outside of the room. And we're trying to communicate with those who are inside as to what it is. It's on the mind of the Senator from Arizona, one top aide to a democrat on the judiciary. Committee is telling our Nancy Cortez that it looks like flake is wavering. Now Nancy asked if the senators wavering on Cavanaugh wavering on holding a vote without an FBI investigation. Wavering holding a vote this afternoon, and the didn't know, but it is to suggest that well, it certainly is an explanation as to why this vote which was supposed to have happened eleven minutes ago and was done with with such well such certainty on the part of Republicans to charge forward with it that it looks like they had. They're not prepared to do at this moment. It also illustrates just how much on the razor's edge. All this is what Leonard Steinhorn, our political analyst was laying out is the rare math here. I mean, the the plane man, you have a fifty one Republican senators, and while it's possible that maybe one or two moderate Democrats up for reelection in states that President Trump won by double digits might be persuaded to vote for the president's supreme court nominee. There are no guarantees. And today we heard from Joe Donnelly, the democrat from Indiana who is up for reelection to state that the president one in two thousand sixteen he said today, he will not vote for judge Cavanaugh Jeff flake issued a statement he's not running for reelection. He's retiring from congress. He said he will vote for the judge. But then again, it looks like things are up in the air. Steve Dorsey, our congressional correspondent joins us from Washington. Now, Steve what are you hearing? Well, there's a lot going on that we can't see, but there's a lot that we can see and right now looking at this judiciary committee, many seats are empty as chairman Chuck Grassley seated next to Republican Orrin Hatch of Utah, look perhaps concerned Orrin Hatch has his left hand clutching his forehead looks like he's reading something or waiting for something to happen to his right Senator Lindsey Graham had just left the hearing room to go to a back adjacent room. We have not seen. Arizona Republican Senator Jeff flake in at least twenty minutes. Remember this vote was supposed to happen. Thirteen minutes ago as Democrats have also been entering and exiting this room. While this process continues to shake out. You're listening to live CBS news coverage of what is. At the moment judiciary committee proceeding. That's been put on pause. We had been told that there would be a vote at one thirty pm eastern time. Than we expected. It would fall along party lines. Eleven is ten knows eleven Republicans. Ten Democrats this following yesterday's emotional testimony from Christine Blasi Ford and from judge Brett Cavanaugh but for now. We do not know what's going to happen. Next. CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn, Lenny if the Senate should vote to confirm judge cavenaugh. What does this moment mean to his his time on the court? What could it possibly mean to his his legacy is a Justice? Clarence Thomas is legacy has been tainted ever since the Anita hill hearing, and yet he served on the court for about twenty seven years, and has been active in in deciding cases, and contributing his opinion. So the court has its own culture. They're just nine justices. And they have coverage of the Senate Judiciary committee is still waiting for the votes on judge. Brad Kavanagh Democrats have nots returned to the conference table quite yet. So a lot of conversation about what's going to happen. It could fall along party lines. We're going to get back to the CBS coverage of this as. As we get closer to a vote. But I will check your traffic neck..
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"Three states Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum of Florida winning it upset victory in the democratic primary for. Governor this thing is not about me It never has been and. It never will be this ways is about every single one of us he ran against Republican congressman Ron Disentis, your dream big and. Swing away good things can happen dissenters ran touting his support a President Trump Trump loyalty also a factor in the Arizona primary where Republican Martha mcsally one and will face democrat Kirsten cinema to, succeed Jeff flake in Arizona every Republican candidate for Senate try to proclaim their loyalty. To Donald Trump Martha mcsally, who shoes to say whether she, supported Trump in two. Thousand sixteen now wants to wrap herself around the president and she's taken a much harder line on immigration to prove her Trump loyalty analyst Leonard Steinhorn in Oklahoma Republican. Kevin stick will run against democrat drew Edmonson for governor President. Trump has issued a dire political warning in a, closed-door meeting with evangelical, leaders live to CBS's Vicki Barker when the cameras were. On President Trump talked about religion Liberty and youth unemployment but wants reporters were out of the room Mr. Trump warned the, group of violence from. The left if Republicans, lose their hold on congress this November and he urged his listeners take get. Their congregations to the, polls, someone, who attended the, event handed an audio. Tape of the president's. Remarks to the. New York Times White House spokesman declining. To comment Gary California's governor has signed a statewide ban on bail for suspects awaiting trial KCBS TV reporter Tina, Patel legislation which would. Go into effect next fall a judge would only hold a criminal suspect if they pose a risk to public safety or might miss their court date if not most suspects of non violent misdemeanors, would be released within twelve hours hurricane Maria which devastated Puerto Rico nearly a year. Ago we'll go down as, one of the deadliest natural disasters, in US history the. Death toll has been raised from sixty four to nearly three thousand according to a study ordered by the governor CBS news correspondent David Begnaud reports many of those fatalities Were an indirect result of the storm, advisories are in effect from Virginia to there, was no power no water the. Nine one one system was down ambulances Klis hospitals were in crisis and the governor could even reach, a local, Merrill the higher number. Came. In the days after the storm hit Puerto Rico raising fresh questions about. Federal and local, response much of, the country today facing another dangerous sweltering..
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"On the hour sponsored by. ZipRecruiter I'll match piper liberal, mayor Andrew gillum pulled off an upset in the democratic primary for Florida governor beating out several higher funded. Rivals he'll now face every publican aligned with President Trump political. Analysts Leonard, Steinhorn Andrew gillum Tallahassee, mayor progressive supported by Bernie, Sanders endorses Medicare for. All he defeated a moderate candidate who is expected to. Win so he surged with the energy of young people and African Americans who supported his candidacy Gillam would be the first African American to become Florida's. Governor in the history of that state in Arizona Republicans nominated US. Representative Martha makes Sally in establishment favorite in a three. Way Senate primary that became a battled approve who was most loyal to the. President she faces democrat Kirstin cinema who easily won her nomination nearly a year after hurricane Maria hit a new study commissioned by Puerto Rico's governor Estimates that two thousand nine hundred seventy five people died in the months following the findings. Call attention to pass comments. Made by President Trump who commended his administration's response to. The hurricane correspondent David Begnaud, from San Juan there was no power no transportation no water no cell phone service no landline service not. Even the ability to call nine one one and if you. Could flag, down someone for help, chances are the ambulance couldn't, even get to you. And the people who drove the ambulance probably couldn't even. Get from their house to the official government death toll attributed to Maria was at sixty four even though the digital director for President Trump's 2016 campaign. Told sixty minutes last year that sites like Facebook help him win. The election now the president says the website and others. Just aren't fair correspondent John Dickerson President Trump took aim at Google claiming that. Search results are ring and the most of the news stories about him are bad later in the Oval Office he warned social media company They'd better be careful in response Google. Said it searches not, used to set a political. Agenda and we don't bias our results towards any political ideology with. The US and South Korean military drills back on the table and the cancellation. Of a top level summit in peon gang North Korea Washington is toughening its stance as. It negotiates with North Korea Our Don Kirk in Seoul Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, said there are no plans to cancel future exercises but a spokesman for South Korea's president moon Jae in says the US and South Korea need to talk about North Korea's progress toward denuclearization before. Deciding whether dole more joint military exercises.
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"On the hour sponsored by ZipRecruiter I'll match piper liberal mayor Andrew gillum pulled off an upset of the. Democratic primary for Florida governor beating out several higher funded rivals. He'll now, face a Republican aligned, with President Trump political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn Andrew gillum. Tallahassee mayor progressive supported by Bernie Sanders endorses Medicare for. All he defeated a moderate candidate who is expected to win so he surged with the energy of young people and African Americans who supported his candidacy Gillam would be the first African American to become Florida's governor in the history of that state in Arizona Republicans. Nominated US Representative Martha mcsally in establishment favorite in three way Senate primary that. Became a battled approve who was most loyal to the president she faces democrat Kirstin cinema who easily won her nomination nearly a year after. Hurricane Maria hit a new study commissioned by Puerto Rico's government estimates that, two thousand nine hundred seventy five people died in the months following the findings call attention to pass comments made by President. Trump who commended. His administration's response to the hurricane correspondent David Begg no. From San Juan there was, no power no transportation no water no cell phone service no landline service not even the ability to call. Nine one one and if you could flag down someone for help chances, are the ambulance couldn't, even get to you and, the people who drove. The ambulance probably couldn't even get from their house to. The official government death toll attributed to Maria was at sixty four even though the digital director for President Trump's two thousand sixteen campaign told sixty minutes last year that sites like Facebook help him win the election now the president says the website and others just. Aren't fair correspondent John Dickerson President Trump took aim at Gould claiming that search. Results are ring and the most of the news stories about him or bad later in the Oval Office he warned social Media companies they'd better be careful in response Google said it. Search is not used, to set a political agenda. And, we don't bias our results towards any political ideology with the. US and South Korean military drills back on, the table and the cancellation of a top-level summit in peon gang North Korea Washington is toughening its stance as it negotiates. With North Korea Our Don Kirk in Seoul Defense. Secretary Jim Mattis said there are no plans. To cancel future exercises. But a spokesman for South Korea's. President moon Jae in says the US and South Korea need to, talk about North Korea's progress toward denuclearization before deciding whether dole more joint military exercises this is CBS news ZipRecruiter the smartest way to hire ZipRecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all. Sizes try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free W. News time three oh three, overnight news is driven by, Gary Barbaro on the boulevard.
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"By. Progressive insurance piper liberal mayor Andrew gillum pulled off an upset. Of the, democratic primary for Florida, governor beating out several higher, funded rivals he'll now. Face a Republican aligned with President Trump political analyst Leonard. Steinhorn Andrew gillum Tallahassee mayor progressive supported by Bernie Sanders endorses Medicare for all he defeated a moderate candidate who is expected to win so he surged with the energy of young people and African Americans who supported his candidacy Gillam would be the first African American to. Become Florida's governor in the history of that state in Arizona Republicans nominated US. Representative Martha Sally and establishment favorite in a three way Senate primary that, became a battled approve who was. Most loyal to the, president she faces democrat Kirstin cinema who easily won her nomination nearly a year After hurricane. Maria hit a new study commissioned by Puerto Rico's government estimates that. Two thousand nine hundred seventy five people died in the months following the findings. Call attention to pass comments made by President Trump who commended his administration's response to the hurricane correspondent David Begnaud. From San, Juan there was no power no transportation no water no cell phone service no landline service not even the. Ability to call nine one one and if you could flag down someone, for help chances are, the ambulance couldn't even get, to you and the. People who drove the ambulance probably couldn't even get from. Their house to the official government death toll attributed to Maria was at sixty four even though the digital director for President Trump's 2016 campaign told sixty minutes last year that sites like Facebook help him win the election now the president says the website and others just. Aren't fair correspondent John Dickerson President Trump took aim at Google claiming that search. Results are ring and most of the news stories about him are bad Later in the Oval. Office he warned social media companies they'd better be. Careful in response Google said it searches not used to set a political agenda and. We don't bias our, results towards any political ideology. With the US and South Korean military drills back on the table. And the cancellation of a top level summit in peon gang North Korea Washington. Is toughening its stance as it negotiates with North Korea Our Don Kirk in Seoul. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said there are. No plans to cancel future exercises but a spokesman? For South Korea's president moon Jae in, says the US and South Korea need to talk about North Korea's progress. Toward denuclearization before deciding whether dole more..
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"Temporarily prohibited from being published online a federal judge made the last ditch attempt to keep those blueprints, for three guns from being made available the temporary restraining order came down. Late yesterday defense distributed is the Austin based. Company behind the plans for, the three d. gun blueprints their founder Cody Wilson says he doesn't see that his company is doing anything wrong I believe. That I, am championing the second amendment in the twenty first century think access to the firearm is, a fundamental human dignity by permitting three d. weapons to be. Published online the Trump. Administration had settled a five year legal fight critics of the gun say they would be untraceable nearly impossible to regulate Kristen Wiesel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD now five thirty two at KRLD CBS news update. Facebook says it's working with the FBI to get to. The bottom of thirty two pages and fake accounts that appear to be linked to a, campaign by Russia to influence the midterm elections. The, company says they, are, similar to ads posted during the. Two thousand sixteen presidential campaign CBS news political. Analyst Leonard Steinhorn it's highly unlikely that the source is anywhere but Russia or Russia connected we have to. Be honest about that address it and help, companies like Facebook put up firewalls against the type of Russian propaganda that's being put out there see. Nets executive editor, insurer says Facebook's discovery shows it's learned from stakes made. In the Cambridge Analytica scandal real changes how proactive are they going to be. How good are they going to be making sure this stuff doesn't happen in the future great good that. They can clean it up but what's the next step and I think this, is the first sign that they're really trying to do that CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez well they're calling it a miracle in Mexico and arrow Mexico jetliner taking. Off from, the city of Durango, in the middle of a thunderstorm crashed in, a field near the airport. And according to officials on the ground. There were no fatalities from the crash, site showed the fuselage intact and lying in a horizontal position in a field. First, responders arrived on the scene, within minutes to. Put out the fire and evacuate the survivors Mexican officials, say the. Jets ninety nine passengers and four crew? Members have all been accounted for most were able to walk away from the wreck about. Half, of those who were on board were. Hospitalized and the pilot is? Said to be the most seriously injured CBS correspondent Lauren Podesta a five thirty four now at KRLD It is one, step forward and two steps back for firefighters in northern California no sooner do they. Finally get the upper hand on that huge fire near the city of reading that we've been telling you, about then to others breakout forcing a new round of evacuations this man barely got out you could literally. Hear that vortex Growling Russ Fowler with Cal fire says. It's hard to keep up we have a lot of new starts every. Single day that have significant potential and. Our goal is, to hit those new fires the heaviest and the fastest so that none of. Those new fires become heavy or. Become, large cities thirty-five where you have traffic and weather together on the aids, coming up then politicians wanting to. Keep their jobs met last night in Fort Worth the. First, intermediate goal is in sight I'm Andrew, Greenstein and then the eighteen. Weeks that I've been. On the soda weight loss plan I have lost almost fifty pounds now soda that's s. o., t. a. it stands for state of the art and that's exactly what this is it's a state of the art approach to losing weight now I still have a ways to go but already I feel great I have more energy my clothes is, starting to get too big on me and the.
Facebook finds 'sophisticated' efforts to disrupt US elections and influence politics
"On the hour sponsored by progressive insurance I'm Jim shanavie Facebook. Says it's uncovered what appears to be. A sophisticated coordinated effort to use bogus, Facebook pages and Instagram accounts to disrupt US. Politics thirty, two accounts, have been. Shut down and while no one is pointing fingers Russia is suspected of being behind the effort CBS news political consultant Leonard Steinhorn their agenda has been. And continues to be to create chaos and polarization, in our country to weaken our democracy and to pit Americans against each other they were successful in two thousand sixteen Facebook says nearly three hundred thousand. People were following at least one of the bogus accounts day one of the Paul Manafort fraud and tax evasion trial, in Virginia so a jury seated and opening statements underway correspondent Bill Raikov prosecutor ZOA Sonya maintained that the. Former Trump campaign chair knowingly falsified tax returns over a several Year period then lied to, banks about his income in. Order to fraudulently apply for loans to cover his, debt defense attorney Thomas Zony maintain that defendant Rick gates is, to blame has manafort's business. Guy court resumes at nine thirty this morning and afford the. Only person charged. By Muller who has opted to stand trial instead of copying a plea a federal judge in Seattle has at least temporarily blocked a. Texas company from offering downloadable blueprints for. Making plastic guns on a three d., printer eight states in Washington DC of filed. Suit to, stop those, downloads arguing. That people could use the blueprints to make firearms at are virtually undetectable and untraceable CBS's Tony dokoupil it doesn't have metal in it so it could. Be undetectable you could walk into a stadium you, could walk into an office so the concern is that that is an invitation to anybody who wants to do something bad President Trump says he's looking. Into the controversy adding making three d guns available to the public doesn't seem to make much sense some better weather, as hell fire crews on the line Is near Redding California CBS's Steve Futterman fire officials here are very hopeful that the worst. Is over they continue to get a grip on this fire the car fire now thirty percent contained and fire crews expect that number to rise each and every day the fire is still burning but it's moving, away from most residential area that car fire one of fifteen major fires still burning in California, it's already. Burned nine hundred sixty five homes and killed six people a. Penn State university fraternity member involved in the hazing that killed a. Pledge has avoided jail time Ryan Burke sentenced to three months house arrest Tim Piazza died after a series of, falls after a night of. Drinking at.
"leonard steinhorn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Is a very complicated subject from same going dead you move it this way and it doesn't like him you move it a little bit me you have a very narrow still trump says there is a way forward other republicans plan to repeal and reform obamacare senate republicans have been meeting behind closed doors for weeks unjust unveiled their version of repeal of obamacare but right now the votes out there it was drafted in secret and shown the world late last week senate democrats are uniform opposed minnesota's al franken will cut over eight hundred billion dollars in medicaid funding for the people who need the most and it will give huge tax cuts to people who need it the least at least five republicans are not he had a borden if they stay off the bill would fail there will be debate there will be change changes what we're telling republicans is this if you pass something you're going to own it with the american people you're going to own it so for goodness sake make sure it's worth the trouble tim phillips's president of a conservative public advocacy group americans for prosperity tom foty cbs news the bill resembles the house bill passed in may that the nonpartisan congressional budget office were cbo said would need about twenty three million americans would be uninsured within the next decade who cbs news political consultant leonard steinhorn if the cbo scores it anywhere close to how they score the house bill that's going to put a lot of pressure on these senators particularly the moderates to say wait a second we don't want to see all these people in our states losing their healthcare it's not our job to throw these people off that sense of security and safety net that they need to lead a reasonable and good life parts of it senator pat toomey has been a key figure in the negotiations and he has defended the secret meetings that in some cases did include all republican senators claims that the discussions had gone through the normal process democrats would have bottled it up given of news.