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"linda kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:48 min | 2 months ago

"linda kern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And potential penalty sanctions, etcetera for pushing baseless case is anybody can do any one else for just about anything? But as the legal process goes on, at some point, you have to present some evidence to back up what you're claiming. And if you don't have that evidence, and then becomes clear that these cases are nothing more than trying to clog up the system. Or slow down election count. Those attorneys may be facing some sort of sanctions or penalty and so the ethics folks that we spoke to said if you see them start dropping out, that may be very well a recognition That there It's going up against the ethical line, and they're professional integrity is on the line. So do you see? That is a concern to some of the lawyers within these firms that the integrity of the whole firm gets tarnished because of these cases. I think, though you particularly see that from attorneys at the huge firms remember, we're talking about, Jones say, is a firm with more than 1000 attorney So there are Yes, 100 tons of attorneys who are John Stay attorney who have absolutely no involvement in this case whatsoever, and you can see that they're saying, you know we're being tarnished because of the Jones Day name despite having no involvement in the case. What seems like a clear example of the pressure is a lawyer for Trump's campaign yesterday said they're dropping out of the Pennsylvania lawsuit challenging election results. And this is a day after complaining about being harassed for her work, including by an attorney from a firm representing the state of Pennsylvania. Absolutely the Linda Kern, who is a Solo practitioner there in Pennsylvania. She actually became the lead attorney on that date after Porter, right, dropped out in the face of Pretty significant public pressure on then, shortly after that, she told the court that she had received a threatening phone call from an attorney at Kirkland and Ellis, which is When the firm's on the opposite side of that lady litigation representing state of Pennsylvania on day she told the court straight up that you bowing out because of some of these attack. Interestingly enough, the attorney who is now the lead trump campaign attorney. In that case, um some eagle eyed reporters noticed that on his terms website they're already calling President elect DOE body. The president elect Um, And so there's some question there about how the campaign will feel about that. Interesting. So, Chris, you study law firms. Have we seen law firms or four law firms or sort of viewed in a different light than cos at least my mind Because they don't necessarily They aren't necessarily endorsing the views of the people that they represent, you know? Everyone's entitled to a lawyer. So is this attack on lawyers for whom they represent a change? Or has it been going on for a while? I think you're hearing voices opposing and criticizing law firms work on behalf of certain clients. Louder and growing. Certainly, over time, you know, going back decades, particularly firms that working criminal defense are often get a hard time and get a significant amount of public criticism. Representing people or companies that have been accused of these really heinous things. But there has always been this idea that lawyers represent clients and the and the fact that the lawyers representing a client doesn't necessarily mean that the lawyer, um, support the client agrees with the client thinks that what they did was right or what they're arguing. Just Correct. But that everyone gets their day in court and everyone's entitled to a lawyer. What we'll be looking to see is that if any of the dicks and what happened Next tip, because quarter right dropped out of these particular cases. That doesn't mean that the firm's going to stop representing either the Trump campaign or the RNC going forward. On just because John States getting some heat here over this one case. I don't expect that to stop the firm from continuing to work in this space. Thanks for being the Bloomberg Long show, Chris. That's Chris offer Bloomberg long team leader for the business of law, and that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg Law Show. I'm June Grasso, Thanks so much for listening and remember to tune into the Bloomberg Long Show every week, Not at 10 P.m. Eastern, right here on Bloomberg Radio. Not complete wrap up Fear.

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The NBC 11th alert forecast. We have bugged now. Some clouds. It's going to burn off and have some sunshine this afternoon with a high of 73. The weekend looks pretty nice sunshine both days. Hey, y w news time 11 30. I'm the pen Medicine studios right among the top in the nation and number one in Pennsylvania by U. S News and World Report. News Radio 10 6 Day All news and all that matters to you. The Trump campaign says it took video of voters at drop boxes in Philly, the attorney general warns of potential voter intimidation. Last night's debate more sedate than the first one, But both candidates seize the moments to criticize one another and coming up. We will have more on Governor Wolf's plea on behalf of restaurants. Foggy 62 degrees on the way up to 73. Good morning to you, Michelle. Here's what we're following for you at 11 31 from campaign officials say they filmed voters at drop boxes in Philadelphia because of concerns about illegal voting taking place. Pennsylvania's attorney general says potential voter intimidation may be going on. One of these two medicines. The story from City Hall where the drop box there is at the center of Trump Campaign's complaint. The Trump campaign has been challenging the way mail in ballots are being collected in Pennsylvania. They also tried to send unauthorized poll watchers to satellite voting offices. In this instance, campaign attorney Linda Kerns in a letter to city commissioners. Says on the 14th of campaign Rep filmed three voters and it appears they put two or three ballots in the city Hall. Dropbox the Trump team believes is part of a larger problem of people depositing multiple ballots. There's no evidence of that happening on a large scale, a city attorney wrote back, saying. While each voter can only bring their ballot, according to state law, there are exceptions, like helping voters who are disabled or need assistance. Three examples from the Trump campaign show no proof either way of why the voters had a few ballots. Attorney general Josh Shapiro says, based on circumstances recording voters casting ballots. Maybe voter intimidation, which is illegal. Trump campaign essentially says if news crews Khun do it They can, too at City Hall temperament as KOW news radio look at last night's debate after we talked to Stevie Reese, traffic and Weather on the two, sponsored by Window Nation by two windows, Get two free call 866 stagnation one donation dot com. Takes a lot of Michelle traffic is still really slow on 95 North bound just north of the wall. Women Bridge up to Columbus Boulevard. That's where we've got an accident..

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"35 Trump Campaign officials say they filmed voters that drop boxes in Philadelphia because of concerns about illegal voting taking place. Pennsylvania's attorney general says potential voter intimidation maybe going on a double used. Jimenez has the story from City Hall where the drop box there is At the center of Trump's campaign complaint. The Trump campaign has been challenging the way mail in ballots are being collected in Pennsylvania. They also tried to send unauthorized poll watchers to satellite voting offices. In this instance, campaign attorney Linda Kerns in the letter to city commissioners. Says on the 14th. The campaign rep filmed three voters, and it appears they put two or three ballots in the city Hall. Dropbox the Trump team believes is part of a larger problem of people depositing multiple ballots. There's no evidence of that happening on a large scale, a city attorney wrote back, saying. While each voter can only bring their ballot, according to state law, there are exceptions, like helping voters who are disabled or need assistance. Three examples from the Trump campaign show no proof either way of why the voters had a few ballots. Attorney general Josh Shapiro says, based on circumstances recording voters casting ballots, maybe voter intimidation, which is illegal. The Trump campaign essentially says if news crews Khun do it. They can, too at City Hall temperament As KOW news radio, the Philadelphia district attorney has charged a former SEPTA Transit police sergeant with assaulting two protestors during the first day of unrest in the city. Back in May came I W's crime and justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen explains, authorities say now former set the police sergeant Matthew Think with star to protesters in the head with his police baton while he was out on patrol outside the media civil services building across from City Hall on Saturday, May 30th Attorney says it was unprovoked in the two protesters had to be treated at the hospital for their injuries, adding that after the incident, officials say Sinkewitz filed a false police report. Sinkewitz was fired in July and has now been charged with aggravated assault, causing serious bodily injury and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon as well as unsworn falsification to authorities and official depression. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y W News radio The FDA approves the first covert 19 drug, and it's one that President Trump took CBS News MoneyWatch correspondent Diane King Hall has more a green light for room desert veer. The Food and Drug Administration approved it as a corona virus treatment, sending shares of drugmaker Gilead Sciences higher. After the bell, a study found room Dez affair can quicken the recovery time for patients in the hospital by about five days..

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:41 min | 3 months ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The afternoon. And more typical temperature for this time of year high Tuesday of 65 degrees Suzanne. Alright, Bill. Thank you. It's 906. The Trump campaign took video of people a drop boxes in Philadelphia in an effort to find evidence of illegal voting. Pennsylvania's attorney general says that maybe voter intimidation Hey, What about used to Mendez has the story from City Hall. The drop box here at the south Portal of City Hall is the subject of the Trump campaign complaint. Campaign attorney Linda Kerns sent a letter to the city commissioners saying on the 14th campaign rep was filming as three voters put two or three ballots in the drop box. Campaign says This is just the tip of the iceberg. When it comes to people illegally depositing multiple ballots. They're demanding unmanned drop boxes and Philly be taken away or more restrictions and surveillance we put in place, a city attorney wrote back, arguing while everyone has to bring their own ballot. There are exceptions, like helping those who are disabled or need assistance in three examples from the Trump campaign. There's no proof that the voters did not have a valid reason, Attorney General Josh Shapiro says, depending on the circumstance, filming or taking a picture of a voter casting their ballot, maybe voter intimidation, the Trump campaign argues, news crews have filmed drop boxes, and this is no different. Officials here in the state and the FBI director have said there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud at City Hall. Tim Jimenez KOW news radio Came. Wind W news radio presents Live and learn Education in a covert 19 world pandemic has for some tough decisions in all aspects of education, including school sports. Where's K y W's Jim Mel word. The topic of youth sports became a political football of sorts. In late July. The Blade, which oversees school sports in Pennsylvania, issued in depth guidance on how sports could resume addressing everything for masks on the sidelines to how to treat mouth guards to limit spread. The governor, Tom Wolfe kicked the Hornet's nest when the last minute oven unrelated press conference in early August, he said recommendation is that we don't do any sports until January 1st that forced the pause and reconsider. Eventually, the decision was left each individual district. While most schools outside the city moved forward with sports. In August, Philadelphia Public League President James Patrick Lynch announced their season was canceled The health and safety of our food nappies. Our coaches and and all of our communities is our number one priority. The Philly Catholic League also Announced their season was scrapped, but they reversed course late last month and cobbled together an abbreviated season. It didn't end there, though. Governor Wolf sense adjusted limits on crowd sizes in Pennsylvania, 250 outside in 25 inside angered parents and prompted protest. The 250 number included team's coaches, staff, cheerleaders and band members. Which meant stadiums. No matter the size would be empty for football. At some sports like volleyball subs had to wait in the hallway or in the parking lot, no matter how big the gym state Rep. Mike Reese 25 per cent limit for indoor gatherings being applied in gymnasiums that in some cases larger than our big box stores the governor vetoed. Reese is Bill but the limits were eventually changed as for a spread of the virus in sports, Montgomery County Commissioner Valle Arcos says It isn't during the games or practices where they're seeing an issue. But instead teams holding social events off the field. Jim Mel, work credible you news radio We have picked up a tractor trailer crashed on 309 in Hatfield San will be along in a minute to give you an update on that. It's 909 for breaking news alerts. Wherever you are. Get the radio dot com pap and add k Y w news radio to your favorites. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get the claim three discount, which gives you money off your homeowner's policy. If you've been clean for you for three consecutive years, also lives with three successive years, three years great in what's known to.

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Trump Campaign Tapes Voters at Drop Boxes in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Trump Campaign Tapes Voters at Drop Boxes in Philadelphia

"Campaign campaign has has taken taken video video of of voters voters at at drop drop boxes boxes in in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. They They say say this this is is an an effort effort to to find find wrongdoing. wrongdoing. But But the the attorney attorney general general says says this this may may rise rise to to the the level level of of voter voter intimidation intimidation here. Whatever used Tim Jimenez is that City Hall this morning. He joins us live with more on this morning to him. Good morning. Carol and the drop box here outside City Hall, in particular, is the subject of the Trump campaign complaint. In a letter to the city commissioners, campaign, attorney Linda Kern says on the 14th campaign representative filmed three voters. Putting two or three ballots in the drop box here, she writes. They believe this this just just the the tip tip of of the the iceberg. iceberg. When When it it comes comes to to people people doing doing this, this, bringing bringing more more than than one one ballot, ballot, they're they're demanding demanding unmanned unmanned drop drop boxes boxes and and Philly Philly be be taken taken away away or or more more restrictions restrictions and and surveillance surveillance be put in place. A city attorney wrote back, rejecting the claim that any law was broken in Pennsylvania. You do have to bring your own ballot. But there are exceptions, like if the other ballots are for those who are disabled or needs some kind of assistance. At least in the three examples from the Trump campaign. There is no proof that the voters did or did not have any valid reason to do so. Attorney General Josh Shapiro he's warning that campaign filming Maybe voter intimidation. The Trump campaign argues news crews. They filmed drop boxes of people there, so this is no different. Officials here in this state and the FBI director Carole They have said that there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. All

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Larry Kane spoke with GOP strategist, Linda Kerns about what the results mean for Republicans. You can campaign how to be disappointed to you. Yeah. Larry, I think I think there were any new it was a disappointing day. But you know, I think that what we're facing here as Americans we all seem to want the same things safety prosperity peace freedom. But the disparity is how are we gonna chief those goals, and the Democrats and the Republicans are they were very different way of executing the American dream, and you know, after today's election, I'm really interested to see what happens over the next two years with the Democrats in control of the house and with Trump. Troll of the Senate Republicans in control of the Senate. Absolutely. You think that there will be any breakthrough in terms of reconciliation between the two parties? I think if I knew the answer to to that I'd be very rich person. But you know, tomorrow Washington is still going to be the same complex bureaucracy that it was today, but it is somewhat less powerful. Because the Trump administration has made a lot of inroads over the last two years dismantling the administrative and the regulatory state. So I wanna see what the house does about that. I mean, maybe they're going to tied to tied it high up Trump with investigation. So that he can't. Proceed on his agenda. Thanks for joining us tonight. We really appreciate it. Thank you. It is five at twelve time for traffic and transit on the twos..

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Reelected governor Pennsylvania in Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo has more from both headquarters in downtown York. Governor wolf spanked his family and supporters during ref- remarks in front of several hundred people at an event center in downtown York. He praised voters in Pennsylvania and across the country all across America, people did what you did. You voted voted to bring things back to where they were. Voted for better lives. You voted to hold on to our democracy and continuing along democratic themes wolf said people voted for better schools for better access in better quality, healthcare and voted for a fairer, Pennsylvania. And he said voters also cast their ballots for a public service that has integrity, and that can be trusted to be competent and honest in York, Tony Romeo, KYW NewsRadio. Based on what we know. Now. What is all mean? Here's Cape out of a special contributor, Larry King. We're back with Jerry Madonna Pennsylvania's poster from FM college at this point of the night. It looks like a very good night for the Democrats in Pennsylvania. Would you agree? Well, that's certainly true. I mean, governor Walpin Senator Casey handily won reelection as all the independent polls predicted. Then we have what looks like some victories for the Democrats and some key congressional races. It looks like the Democrats will pick up between three and five new seats. And. We're still waiting for some results definitive results. I should say in some of the districts in south, central Pennsylvania. But overall, there isn't any doubt that Democrats registration advantage. And it looks like they were very cohesive in their voting. Translation, they turned out in large numbers and doted more straight party tickets than the Republicans did. So a lot of people just pulled the democratic levers over just saying, I think that's more than the Republican lever. That's the be sure. Now, we'll find out tomorrow. Exactly. The number of Democrats versus Republicans who voted, but I don't think there's any doubt more Democrats voted than Republicans on November six cherry, Madonna. Thanks for joining us. Thank you. We switched not a Linda Kerns, a GOP activists of former and current adviser and counsel and lawyer the Republican party, the you can campaign had a be disappointed to you. Yeah. Larry, I think I think there were any new it was a disappointing day. But you know, I think that what we're facing here as Americans we all seem to want the same things safety prosperity peace freedom. But the disparity is how are we gonna cheat? Those goals, and the Democrats, and the Republicans are they've a very different way of executing the American dream, and you know, after today's election, I'm really interested to see what happens over the next two years with the Democrats from control of the house and with Trump. Republicans in control of the Senate. Absolutely. You think that there'll be any breakthrough in terms of reconciliation between the two parties? I I think if I knew the answer to that I'd be very rich person. But you know, tomorrow Washington is still going to be the same complex bureaucracy that it was today, but it is less powerful. Because the Trump administration has made a lot of inroads over the last two years dismantling the administrative and the regulatory state. So I wanna see what the house does about that. I mean, maybe they're gonna tied it try Tida high up Trump with investigation. So that he can't. I'm pre- precede on his agenda. Thanks for joining us tonight. We really appreciate it. Thank you. News.

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Forty nine overnight from the traffic center than accident on the ramp from twenty streak to the westbound Schuylkill expressway been talking about for about the last half hour or so evidently there is a police presence. They are. But if you're going to be driving in that area heads out traffic and transit coming up in about three minutes or so voter turnout in Philadelphia hit record levels on Tuesday. Macos Kuznits has more Lisa. Daly city. Commissioner chair tells me they had presidential level voter turnout these midterms which she says is unheard of dos. I've been involved in Philadelphia elections for over thirty years. And if anybody would've told me, we would have this incredible turnout on such bad weather day. I would have never believed that Daley. She's thrilled about the civic participation and says nights like this validate her work. I'm just I'm so proud of Philadelphia. What a great day we had for turnout in six we saw forty-three percent. And that was fantastic anything better than forty three percent. That is just over the moon at the voter registration office on Delaware avenue. Hadas Kuznits KYW. Newsradio. Tom Wolfe span. Reelected governor Pennsylvania Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo has more from wolf headquarters in downtown York PA governor wolf thanked his family and supporters during ref- remarks in front of several hundred people at an event center in downtown York praised voters in Pennsylvania and across the country all across America, people did what you did you voted. You voted to bring things back to where they were you voted for better lives. You voted to hold on to our democracy and continuing along democratic themes wolf said people voted for better schools for better access in better quality, healthcare and voted for a fairer, Pennsylvania baddie said voters also cast their ballots for a public service that has integrity, and that can be trusted to be competent and honest in York, Tony Romeo, KYW NewsRadio. So based on what we know. And frankly, there are still a lot of races where? They're not one hundred percent sure how the outcome was what we know. What did it mean? What does it all mean midterm election two thousand eighteen thus far based on what we do know? Here's cave special contributor, Larry Kane. We're back Richard Madonna Pennsylvania's poster for math FM college at this point of the night. It looks like a very good night for the Democrats in Pennsylvania. Would you agree? Well, that's certainly true. I mean, governor Walpin Senator Casey handily won reelection as all the independent polls predicted. Then we have what looks like some victories for the Democrats in some key congressional races. It looks like the Democrats will pick up between three and five new seats. And we're still waiting for some results definitive results. I should say and some of the districts in south, central Pennsylvania. But overall, there isn't any doubt that the Democrats registration Advani, Jen. It looks like they were very cohesive in their voting. Translation, they turned out in large numbers and doted more straight party tickets than the Republicans did. So a lot of people just pull the democratic levers was just saying I. Yeah. That more than the Republican lever. That's be sure. Now, we'll find out tomorrow. Exactly. The number of Democrats versus Republicans who voted, but I don't think there's any doubt more Democrats voted than Republicans on November six cherry, Madonna. Thanks for joining us. Thank you. We switched not a Linda Kerns, a GOP activist former and current advisor and counsel and lawyer the Republican party the can campaign had a disappointment to you. Yeah. Larry, I think I think there were any new it was just pointing day. But you know, I think that what we're facing here as Americans we all seem to want the same things safety prosperity peace freedom. But the disparity is how are we going to those goals, and the Democrats and Republicans are very different way of executing the American dream, and you know, after today's election, I'm really interested to see what happens over the next two years in with the Democrats from control of the house and with Trump in the Senate. The Senate Republicans in control of the Senate. Absolutely. You think that there'll be any breakthrough in terms of reconciliation between the two parties? I think if I knew the answer to that I'd be very rich person. But you know, tomorrow Washington is still going to be the same complex bureaucracy that it was today, but it is somewhat less powerful. Because the Trump administration has made a lot of inroads over the last two years dismantling the administrative and the regulatory state. So I wanna see what the house does about that. I mean, maybe they're gonna tied. It try tied it high up Trump with investigation. So that he can't proceed on his agenda. Thanks for joining us tonight. We really appreciate it. Thank you. WBZ news time to twenty two. It's time for traffic and transit..

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Election. Twenty eighteen contributing special coverage comes from special contributor, Larry Kane. We're back Richard Madonna Pennsylvania's poster from Evan. I'm college at this point of the night. It looks like a very good night for the Democrats in Pennsylvania. Would you agree? Well, that's certainly true. I mean, governor Walkin Senator Casey handily won reelection as all the independent polls predicted. Then we have what looks like some victories for the Democrats in some key congressional races. It looks like the Democrats will pick up between three and five new seats. And we're still waiting for some results definitive results. I should say in some of the districts in south, central Pennsylvania. But overall, there isn't any doubt that the Democrats registration advantage. Jen. It looks like they were very cohesive in their voting. Translation, they turned out in large numbers and doted more straight party tickets than the Republicans did. So a lot of people just pull the democratic levers over just saying, I think that's more than the Republican lever. That's be sure. Now, we'll find out tomorrow. He's actually the number of Democrats versus Republicans who voted, but I don't think there's any doubt more Democrats voted than Republicans on November six cherry, Madonna. Thanks for joining us. Thank you. We switched not a Linda Kerns a GOP activists of former and current advisor and counsel and lawyer the Republican party, the you can campaign had a be disappointed to you. Yeah. Larry, I think I think there were any new it was a disappointing day. But you know, I think that what we're facing here is Americans. We all seem to want the same things safety prosperity peace freedom. But the disparity is how are we going to achieve those goals, and the Democrats, and the Republicans are they've a very different way of executing the American dream, and you know, after today's election, I'm really interested to see what happens over the next two years with the Democrats from control of the house and with Trump in control the Senate. Republicans in control of the Senate. Absolutely. You think that there'll be any breakthrough in terms of reconciliation between the two parties? I think if I knew the answer to to that I'd be a very rich person. But you know, tomorrow Washington is still going to be the same complex bureaucracy that it was today, but it is somewhat less powerful. Because the Trump administration has made a lot of inroads over the last two years dismantling the administrative and the regulatory state. So I wanna see what the house does about that. I mean, maybe they're going to tied it try to tie up Trump with investigation. So that he can't. I'm pre- precede on his agenda. Thanks for joining us tonight. We really appreciate it. Thank you. It's twelve twenty two time for traffic.

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Said people who actually represent folks party, Diane. Thank you very much for joining us. We will be back later tonight and Linda, thanks for joining us. The Republican team behind the scenes. Thank you, Diana, Linda, Kerns there with us and our special contributor, Larry Kane. And we just got this note from the acting secretary of state in Pennsylvania and election day report, the headline no widespread issues at the polling places today. CBS news special report campaign, 2018 Democrats. Hang onto their Senate seat in West Virginia. CBS news projects Joe Manchin will win reelection not looking so good for other Democrats like Joe Donnelly was projected to lose his Indiana Senate seat. Here's correspondent, Ed O'Keefe. Donnelly goes down because he voted against cavenaugh in a state that is increasingly Republican that bodes poorly for mccaskill tonight and Heitkamp to other states that are wrong even more Republican in recent years. Meanwhile, CBS projects Democrats are on track to regain control of the house minority leader Nancy Pelosi. Oh, be a victory for our country, restoring checks and balances in our constitution honoring the vision of our founders the sacrifice of our men and women in uniform, and they asked rations of our children too close to call in Florida still we have characterized both the governor and US Senate races as toss ups, and they are still tossups razor thin if I sound kind of breathless it's because at some point these numbers have been within half a percent, and in some cases within one tenth of one percent of each other. And for a recount in this state. It's got to be point five percent or less. So. Correspondent Peter King reporting from Orlando CBS news special report, I'm Steve Dorsey and stay with KYW NewsRadio covering races around the country and the ones in your neighborhood. At.

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"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The broadcast networks have called New Jersey US Senate race for the incumbent democrat Bob Menendez numbers right now the Menendez with fifty one percent of the vote or five hundred ninety thousand raw votes Republican challenger Bob Hubin, forty five point eight percent of the votes were five hundred twenty nine thousand votes. That's with about forty three percent of the precincts reporting. Larry Kane, our special contributor is with us now with some guests who might take exception to those projections. Larry, they are the dynamic duo behind the scenes of the Republican party in New Jersey, Diana Allen, how are you? Glaring. How are you? We've we worked as co anchors channel ten years ago. And also a an icon in legal circles in the Republican party, Linda Kerns, Philadelphia, Linda is helping human campaign. So the last we heard about you. Diane was Europe on the platform. They're telling people it's not over what's going on. Well, we believe it's not over. It is a very close race. One hundred percent of the votes have not yet been accounted for in. Because it's close we're wanting to make sure that we see every vote before any decisions are made. I have to tell you that former governor Tom Kean was just up here with Bob. And he reminded us that when he first ran for governor to the three networks said that he had lost one. So we're just going to wait and see that was the call by the networks, by the way that broke Jim Florio's heart. If you remember because he thought he wanted to elect Linda you've seen it all Philadelphia, you work with the Hubin campaign was it. Well, oiled. I think that the Republicans were called on to do something in New Jersey that they're not used to doing there in an unfamiliar position. They had to execute to win what I'm disappointed in is that, you know, President Trump has successfully reduced. The he he's an increase jobs. He's he's improved the economy and Republicans didn't run on that. So perhaps this is a referendum on what the Republicans haven't done, you know, over the last two years. Yeah. The outcome. Mike you referendum on the Republican party itself. Absolutely. And you you don't believe that. You'd think ran the campaign you wanted to run. I think he did run the campaign. He he wanted to run. But he he ran is it more of a centrist and independent and he really distance himself from Trump. And from my perspective, you know, Trump has been doing what he was elected to do. He he got the justices on this court. He's improved the economy, and perhaps Republican voters aren't turning out there, perhaps they're upset with the Republicans for maybe not repealing ObamaCare. Like they thought they would do or not being strong on immigration. Diane you've been through the wars the Republican party in that state for a long time. Now, your is soon. Volunteer working very closely with Bob, he'll get his campaign. You're the chair. You know, it's funny when we talked about you about half hour ago. I said guests for next guest is Diane Allen, tell me what what what are you? What's your gut on the outcome? Here are there areas straight there? Hard for a Republican to win statewide. We've seen a couple of people do it. But they've done it. Governor people look for something different. Thank you. And Bob this one I has run I think an excellent. Showing what a different kind of Republican. I agree with that. Resonated with many people because you know, he supports Trump winning meets only. People stand up and say that he doesn't agree with it. That's the kind of person I think people like what we've seen often in Washington are folks, just stamp anything particular party.

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"linda kern" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Coming into this country but when you hear about potentially a one hundred thousand noncitizens possibly being on the voting rolls in pennsylvania it really does add a lot to what many people are saying is the effort by the democrats by many on the left to try to change our elections here right right rich and i look at this is a nonpartisan issue actually because it for example here in philadelphia the majority of our elections are are one party of the democrats running against each other so having voter rolls that are not clean and potential fraud is only gonna affect one party in in a place like philadelphia and that's the democrat party but one hundred thousand figure is significant in a place like pennsylvania you know in the presidential election in two thousand and sixteen trump only one i think around fifty five thousand votes statewide and senator toomey only one by eighty five thousand votes statewide so that number is significant and then it gets even more significant when you get so place like philadelphia and in some of our elections only have about ten percent of the electorate even showing up to vote when i go to register to vote i'm a new jersey resident new jersey voter but in pennsylvania when i go to register to vote do they ask me if i'm a us citizen is it a box after check or is there they don't even bother there's a box that you have to check when you register on paper in pennsylvania the problem is in christian adams and i found this out in another lawsuit is if you just leave that box blank some of the election officials are putting you on the rolls anyway and the problem that's happening with pen dot was that the computer screen when you went to get your your driver's license was asking you whether you wanted to register to vote prior to asking you whether or not you a citizen so people were going to get their driver's license which noncitizens are allowed to do in pennsylvania and registering to vote before they were even asked whether or not there they are noncitizens now penn dot has said supposedly that they fix what they call glitch but that's not my definition of a glitch when you are talking about such a huge number of people that have apparently have gotten onto the voter rolls why would agree with that and i i would also say that in new jersey when i moved change addresses they said do you want to automatically registered to vote and it's done online automatically now you don't have to provide any sort of government documentation whatsoever you're just added to the voting rolls so obviously it's a system of fraud if i want to get a driver's license i have to bring six different points of identification but if i want to register to vote i just have to say yeah this is my address and i'm i'm put on i don't have to show a picture identification nothing just to even be put on the voting rolls let alone go into a voting booth and actually cast a ballot j christian adams is here he's the president general counsel of the public interest legal foundation he is at the heart of this case year tourists at al and his co counsel who is linda kerns local philadelphia attorney law offices right here in philadelphia so i appreciate you both talking about this i appreciate it will take time to come on the show i it just seems to me like right now with elections getting closer and closer particularly in some of these swing districts in now in pennsylvania with the new legislative map every vote should count but we have to make sure that those voting are doing so legally and and they have a right to be on the ballot in the first place so let me ask you about the gerrymandering issue for a quick second i know there was some supreme court activity on that yet if you had a chance to digest that will that have any bearing on the state supreme court's ruling and then ultimately when they decided to draw the new legislative or congressional district map i should say in pennsylvania right i've read the opinion that came out today actually to opinions one out of wisconsin one.

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"linda kern" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The case of oh skill wildfires hockey win singapore's summit i'm martin eckerd a massive fire continues to grow in colfax county new mexico near the town of cimarron linda kerns is a public information officer for the south west incident fire command she says over five hundred firefighters are battling the blaze estimated thirty thousand acres and the payment is still zero percent a winddriven brushfire in southern california california's prompted the evacuation of more than two thousand homes orange county fire with authority captain tony bummer reto says the fire started saturday and has moved quickly fire is at two hundred and fifty over two hundred and fifty acres where zero percent containment with over four hundred firefighters on scene preparations are being made in singapore ahead of the planned meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un correspondent boris sanchez says the north koreans want the united states to pay for kim's hotel room sources of pointed out that kim jong un apparently wants to stay at the fullerton hotel it's a luxury five star resort in singapore presidential suite goes for about six thousand dollars a night of the white house is not commenting on the situation commerce secretary william ross is in china attempting to ease tensions over a possible trade war russ arrived in beijing this weekend he will meet with china's lead trade negotiator three astronauts are on their way back to earth after more than five months aboard the international space station nasa astronaut under russian cosmonauts and a japanese astronaut are expected to land in a soyuz capsule in kazakhstan and eight forty a m eastern time the crew clearing the way for three.

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US-North Korea summit: Singapore is preparing to be good host

KTAR

01:51 min | 2 years ago

US-North Korea summit: Singapore is preparing to be good host

"The case of oh skill wildfires hockey win singapore's summit i'm martin eckerd a massive fire continues to grow in colfax county new mexico near the town of cimarron linda kerns is a public information officer for the south west incident fire command she says over five hundred firefighters are battling the blaze estimated thirty thousand acres and the payment is still zero percent a winddriven brushfire in southern california california's prompted the evacuation of more than two thousand homes orange county fire with authority captain tony bummer reto says the fire started saturday and has moved quickly fire is at two hundred and fifty over two hundred and fifty acres where zero percent containment with over four hundred firefighters on scene preparations are being made in singapore ahead of the planned meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un correspondent boris sanchez says the north koreans want the united states to pay for kim's hotel room sources of pointed out that kim jong un apparently wants to stay at the fullerton hotel it's a luxury five star resort in singapore presidential suite goes for about six thousand dollars a night of the white house is not commenting on the situation commerce secretary william ross is in china attempting to ease tensions over a possible trade war russ arrived in beijing this weekend he will meet with china's lead trade negotiator three astronauts are on their way back to earth after more than five months aboard the international space station nasa astronaut under russian cosmonauts and a japanese astronaut are expected to land in a soyuz capsule in kazakhstan and eight forty a m eastern time the crew clearing the way for three.

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"linda kern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston and all of new england wbz news time five eighteen fifty seven degrees right now our top stories the two thousand eighteen chusetts democratic convention held yesterday at the dc you center in worcester delegates endorsed jagan's our governor lieutenant governor former white house policy advisor pointing paul pray was chosen boston city councillor josh's achim was tapped for secretary of state new bedford man under arrest after allegedly being arrested for drunk driving and assaulting state police officer the man who's going in the wrong direction when he was pulled over and thousands of young people from around the country to partner rally in new york city in a protest against guns rally organized by youth over guns a group formed after the deadly parkland florida shooting back in february severe weather this weekend the north carolina left residents in and around asheville dealing with flooding and mudslides i'm more rain is the last thing tony harris wants to hear i'm afraid after you know that might give me the flooded french broad river and asheville has chased people from harris's riverfront rv park armed with rv repair fedor brock camping down there for a few days many rivers including the french broad are filled with piles of nasty smelly trash and debris jim krasula cbs news west asheville north carolina mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted near a southern california brushfire two thousand homes were forced to evacuate orange county when the fire broke out in the lisa woods canyon spreading about two hundred acres eventually reaching the campus of sochi university css christie fajardo reports on at the college campus had to be posted phoned limos in the parking lots replaced by fire trucks that you could see you know twenty thirty foot flames coming up over the edge of the hill by the army of firefighters who were gaining ground beating back the eliseo fire the glow of flames became only a flicker and the plumes of smoke gave way to a hazy sunset meantime some residents in the laguna beach area remain under evacuation orders and the fires don't stop there firefighters battling a huge wildfire and northeastern new mexico it began thursday in you park and has grown to about thirty thousand acres it's not contain twenty two hundred residents were forced to evacuate in the town of cimarron about one hundred and fifty miles east of santa fe here's fire official linda kerns currently have five hundred eleven personnel including ten crews six helicopters thirty two engines eight dollars and seven water tenders rian thunderstorms in.

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"linda kern" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In time for the two am news here's roger badesch the rain has moved rain has moved out of the chicago area and we've got sixty degrees at o'hare parents friends family of chicago girl that was fatally shot after returning from president obama's inauguration in two thousand thirteen we're celebrating the life of the penalty at the park named after yesterday yes friends chose to wear in her honour after the fifteen year old was killed organizers say orange honors the more than ninety lives cut short and the hundreds more wanted by gun violence each and every day this year national gun violence awareness day and the wear orange weekend for the weekend more than five hundred residents and business owners across the country will be participating in this wear orange campaign idea pendleton park in the brownsville neighborhood andrea darlas wgn news a parolee already back in jail on felony gun charges facing charges in connection to get another shooting more from wgm's don't you believe twenty three road carlos martinez fire the stray bullet that injured a fifteen year old boy who was writing a a bus the bullet graze the students head montanez has been in jail since may nineteenth on charges he fired shots in a separate incident that caused a stray bullet to hit a home he was paroled after being sentenced to three years for his role in a car theft is now facing felony gun charges in this case does not pogo w news firefighters in new mexico battling a massive wildfire and colfax county since igniting thursday the park fire still zero percent contained has grown to about thirty thousand acres force twenty two hundred residents to evacuate their homes in the town of cimarron about one hundred fifty miles east of santa fe linda kerns fire information officer with the southwest area incident management team says rain and thunderstorms might bring some relief today currently has five hundred eleven personnel including ten crews six helicopters thirty two engines eight dollars and.

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"linda kern" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The all clear has been sounded now for residents around the aliso viejo area where a fifteen hundred or fifteen hundred homes had been evacuated because of a fast moving two hundred acre brushfire va and fire started at about one this afternoon no structures threatened at this point and no injuries reported a fire tearing through northeast new mexico has grown to twenty eight thousand acres fire for mason officer linda kern says this one's zero percent contained hundred and ninety six structures threaten you know if the fire happened to escape their barriers so that's why the mandatory evacuations are innocent evacuations were ordered yesterday and cimarron and a boy scout camp the fires destroyed dozen buildings so far nine people have been arrested in south la after bottles were thrown at cops responding to reports of a large rowdy gathering police received complaints about a barbecue with loud music and people being unable to pass through the area but officers got on scene bottles were apparently thrown at them no officers were hurt more than one hundred people were reported at that gathering with many believed to be gang members activists have marched on the golden gate bridge for the third annual where orange march a national movement supporting awareness and the prevention of gun violence not stand on the sidelines while our safety and the safety of our families in our communities is jeopardized by the gun lobby's dangerous agenda guns everywhere anytime for anyone no questions asked san francisco supervisor catherine stafani says that they wear orange because they're tired of our kids hiding in closets and school lockdown drills preparing for the next mass shooting president trump is defending the tariffs he is imposing on steel an aluminum imports from canada mexico and the european union he suggests that the country is on track and trade deals can make things better we have some of the best economic numbers we've ever had as a nation and that goes a long way from says canada's trade policies are especially restrictive trump says nafta has to be renegotiated he says that he will insist on fair trade deals traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center slow through hollywood on.

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"linda kern" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KOMO

"Area the news you need from the people you trust komo news wildfire danger orange county california fire reports mandatory evacuations beginning in part of the city of elite soviet who and people from about two thousand homes order to leave big wildfire and colfax county new mexico leads to a mandatory evacuation order in place for the town of cimarron linda kerns fire information officer party structural damage has been told to fourteen outbuildings and those who turned on the philmont scout ranch trump lawyer rudy giuliani confirms to abc news at the president's legal team sent a letter to the special counsel in january arguing that the president cannot be guilty of obstruction and the russian investigation and cannot be subpoenaed delta airlines says it's investigating the death of a dog on a cross country flight found dead in its cage upon arriving at newark airport wednesday lindsey walk over the center for pets safety was asked what legal recourse owners have hats are considered property in the united states so in general there no oh different in the eyes of the law that a piece of luggage iverson abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm paul jackson we've learned the names of the two men killed in a horrific crash in sedro willie happened on highway nine just north of luxury row the thirty year old driver jonathan eggleston and his passenger twentyfouryearold jason swanson were both killed noah's control of their suv hit a power pole and then crashed into a cement barrier state patrol says the driver not wearing a seatbelt at the time to eighteen year old women also hurt in this crash komo's michelle esteban suspected drunk driver died in a high speed crash in bellevue officers found him inside his mangled twenty fourteen bmw early saturday morning preliminary investigation found the driver was heading on east fifty sixth avenue at a high rate of speed he struck the centre medium apparently lost control and slammed into a light pole bellevue police say excessive speed drugs andrew alcohol were likely factors in this crash firefighters battled a major house fire in lynnwood friday night komo's molly shin says the homes completely destroyed the.

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"linda kern" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"linda kern" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Killed after falling from el capitan at yosemite national park the national park service says the two people were climbing up the free blast route when they fell around eight this morning this is the second fatal folly assembly in little over a week last week a hiker fell and died while climbing the iconic granite cliffs have half dome in the rain c a is not okay with okay is banning state funded travel to oklahoma because policies it considers discriminatory toward lgbt people attorney general heavier bazire announced the ban in response to a policy adopted last month that allows private adoption and foster agencies to deny placements based on religious or moral grounds opponents say it's designed to discriminate against same sex couples or lgbt parents california already bars official travel the texas alabama south dakota kentucky north carolina kansas and mississippi aaron bender kfi news a fire tearing through northeastern new mexico has grown to twenty eighth thousand acres fire information officer linda kern says this one is zero percent contained two hundred ninety six structures threaten you know if the fire happened to skate their barriers so that's why the mandatory evacuations are in effect evacuations were ordered yesterday and cimarron and at a boy scout camp the fires destroyed a dozen buildings so far president trump is in camp david this weekend getting ready for the singapore summit he announced yesterday the meeting between him and north korea's kim jong un is back on we're meeting with the chairman on june twelfth i think it's probably going to be very successful ultimately a successful presses we'll see champion earlier pulled out of the june twelfth summit he says talks with kim could take more than one meeting and that a deal between the two countries will be good for millions of people on the korean peninsula and surrounding countries a sleepy driver got a rather rude awakening when he and his truck and his boat ended up in lake tahoe chp says the guy was towing his boat thursday when he does off nearly hit another car then ended up in the waters off the west shore the driver said to be okay after swimming back to shore both his truck and his boat are total traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center we've got a motorcycle crashing carson.

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