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"london fox news" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"london fox news" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A Cumulus station news now. We'll do a male news at 7 30. Good morning, everyone. I'm John Mathews. House Republicans meet behind closed doors this morning to vote whether to strip Congresswoman Liz Cheney of her leadership post. Cheney took a last stand on the House floor ahead of today's planned vote, saying, We must speak the truth. Election was not stolen in America has not failed. The lawmaker from Wyoming has been a vocal critic of President Trump's assertions about the 2020 election. The secret ballot vote will be held behind closed doors. Congressman is the least of phonic has been mounting a campaign to replace Cheney, Rachel Sutherland boxes, Israelis and Palestinians launching a new syriza of attacks against we each other overnight. Israel has launched Maura strikes this morning. Gaza's Health Ministry says 43 people have been killed in the raid since Monday. Apartment tower collapsed last night. In the other direction, Palestinian militants has still firing barrages of rockets toward Israel. Five people are dead. The commercial capital of tell Aviv was targeted yesterday evening. Data and Egypt are working on a possible cease fire. But so far there's no sign either side is willing to back down Simon Ellen Fox News, The government says there is no need to panic. But that's not stopping a lot of people, including some of you in the D C area from lining up to buy. Gas drivers, particularly in the Southeast are overwhelming gas stations, according to Gasbuddy. Demand for gasoline is up 20% nationwide in the last week, and demand is up a whopping 40% in Georgia. Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia. The shutdown of the colonial pipeline even forced American Airlines to add stops on too long haul flights to refuel. Planes headed to Honolulu and London. Fox News Brian Yannis the pipeline expected to reopen my week, then checking your money. The Dow futures down 123 points. The NASDAQ futures down 79 in sport sponsored by Smart Mouth. Caps and the regular season with a 21 win over the Bruins. The Nats fall behind early again and can't catch up again. They fall to the Philly 62. The Mets beat Theo's 3 to 2 up Next traffic and weather is mornings on the mall continues on W M. A L News has brought you my new look home design. Simplify your dinner prep at Whole Foods market.

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"london fox news" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"london fox news" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"london fox news" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"london fox news" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In the meantime the campaign is over the work begins as Boris Johnson he'll be the next U. K. prime minister Johnson will take over for outgoing prime minister Theresa may who has struggled to deliver the brexit deal Johnson was an early proponent of brexit right now we're getting a live report from London fox news radio Simon on the morning Simon good morning is it too simple to say that Boris Johnson is the UK's version of Donald Trump somebody wants to come in and totally disrupt everything born in New York flyaway blonde and unusual way of communicating and a populist nodded against necessarily simple to say that although I'd ever with politics there is there is more to it to mean this is somebody who's been a long time politician he's taking a they have but the signs are the moment that they get home pretty well all that they have had their moments already in Boris Johnson hasn't even taken office yet they've president trump has tweeted about his appointment this morning and he said that Johnson will be great he has spoken warmly about Boris Johnson in recent days he called in a different kind of a guy but in the past there was a time when Boris Johnson as I think he was the mayor of London it at this point and president trump was criticizing police saying or some kind of security operation and London and Boris Johnson accused president trump of cheaper flying ignorance they have had that clashes already but as things stand at the moment they seem pretty case and you're right this undeniable similarities that wasn't ever really a contest between Johnson and Jeremy hunter was a foregone conclusion that Johnson would prevail well I mean can anything be called a foregone conclusion in in in international politics these days I I'd I'd argue that probably a combi but looking at the results today I mean Johnson's one with something like two thirds of the vote so it's it's a landslide waiting in this contest and when when Theresa may said that he was resigning three months ago that spot of a bit of a scramble of a contest and then I get a candidate for the stock and they made now are they gradually get narrowed down as that conservative lawmakers by them and then when he stands to that's when they handed David to that membership so at the dedication that is made by a hundred and sixty thousand members of the Conservative Party not by the country there's no general election involved on this occasion it's just and the Conservative Party members and I think you know you can narrate and kept away Jenny hunt basis points Johnson burst on the has the mole I would suggest outlandish personality Jeremy hunt it's always tough when he comes across a bit more school matinees hard to go up against somebody who has such kind of vibrant charismatic personality on the other side but I will say the Conservative Party for decades has been wrapped up in arguing about the European Union and now that the brexit referendum happen day three years ago I think whoever was gonna get have the hardest line on breaks it was probably going to win Boris Johnson and stated that mold he is pledging to take breaks out to the E. U. by the end of October with or without a double steal that stocks he's radio silent on thank you Simon thanks a lot we'll talk more about that breaking news story throughout the morning six fifteen sports.

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"london fox news" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"london fox news" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Of millions of dollars donated every year to charities most of them here in the valley, but all of them in the state of Arizona. The Thunderbirds doing great work going support the tournament going watch some great golf in the spectacle that is a waste management. Phoenix Open that being said you can win a pair of tickets by going to the Mike Broomhead show fan page on Facebook. We're hoping to get a call from Simon Owen. He is live in London. A Fox News reporter many of you know, who Simon is. He's pretty well known. Reporter for Fox News. And I wanted to talk to him because he's covering this deal. That's possibly being made between the US and the Taliban. And I gotta tell you. I'm nervous about this. And I want to be intellectually honest. We were we knew we were right? When we shredded the Obama administration because it wasn't just us. It was every neighbor of the Iranians in the region when John Kerry was pushed into making that deal when John Kerry sat day after day after day negotiating a deal with the Iranians, and what the Iranian people were doing the Iranian government was doing to our people at the time death to America at every single level. So the Ayatollah, and you know, that they are a theocracy. They are run by a religious organization that the Ayatollah is the alternate governor of Iran, they have a government they have a president. They have a parliament. But they have one thirty. And that's the Ayatollah the Ayatollah speaking and Tehran was speaking in public and the crowd begins to chant death to America. And he says this. Is religious leader says of course, of course, death to America. Of course, this while we're negotiating a nuclear deal you go to the next step a win. They're in their parliament. I think they voted one hundred ninety nine to one against the US. And while they were taking the vote the Iranian parliament members were screaming death to America. Can you? Imagine a vote going on on any level where the American government chance death to another nation, whatever that nation might be. But that's what their parliament was doing their military. One of their general said, it doesn't matter. What deal is cut does not matter? And I said you can't trust it. And it's been proven, right? We've got we've pulled out of that deal. So are we in trouble? Is this is this troublesome? That we are now as a nation going to make a deal with the Taliban in which we would remove our troops from Afghanistan and make a deal that the Taliban were ensure that terrorist organizations do not form and fester in Afghanistan terrorist organizations that would do harm to the American people. So we reached out to Fox News Simon Owen is the reporter in the expert on this. He's live in London assignment. I appreciate some of your time this morning. Tell us about the framework of this deal. While we don't have a great deal about it. But it follows several months now of on and off direct talks between the US and the Taliban degree that America. And it is a true in Afghanistan. Seventeen years ago, we started to hear last summer that the Trump administration might be willing to explore direct talks. Indeed that has happened in the latest round of them was in cats at last week, and they lasted six days, which kind of thing is as a long time. They hadn't got on that long before they were extended and extended which has led to the mountain charge of these folks at a US diplomat code, Sal, my Khalilzad to report that significant progress was made talking today's insurgent group he said that American Taliban officials. Yeah, the Dave agreed in principle to the framework of a peace deal. So that's Kathleen wooded and this a couple of caveats in that. But down my that is saying that this could lead to a US military pullout from Afghanistan and pull out for the Americans. Depending on the reasoning is something a lot of Americans would say we've been there a long long time, and we're not seeing much fruit for us being there. So maybe it is time to leave. The concern is what what we were told of the framework was that part of it is we're going to entrust that the Taliban will ensure that terrorist organizations do not former fester and Afghanistan, and I just don't know from an American perspective of we can trust the Taliban to do that. Yeah. And and I think that the way am Zalmay Khalilzad is described as you know, he is known for being an optimist. And I think you probably have to be doing his job engaging in peace talks with the Taliban. And so it may be that, you know, he has phrased it quite Kathy though. I don't think he'd be suggesting that this is going to happen tomorrow. But yeah, I mean, there are fourteen thousand US troops in Afghanistan that have been whispers that President Trump is looking to pull out at least five thousand is those as soon as possible because is apparently running out of patience, and he's been very clear that he wants to get the US hours of whatever Middle Eastern conflicts. It might be finding itself in the question is just how committed is the Trump administration to Afghanistan stability, and this is a country that is far from stable Taliban is taking back territory at a significant pace. And there's been no sign that that group is ready to accept key US demands on Afghan peace going forward. It's supposed to commit to a ceasefire before US troops withdraw. It's almost as opposed to engage in direct talks with the Afghan government, the US banks administration in Afghanistan and extend Taliban describes that as an American puppet regime, and they don't recognize it. Let alone acknowledge it or talk to it. So until those things change in Siri, America's red lines not match, and there's no way that troops can be fully pulled out. But I mean, you're you're right. I in the seventeen and a half years. The US troops have been there. Now. They would doubtless be a certain amount of chair back home. If troops were brought home. But that will also be concerned both in Afghanistan in the Middle East. I'm sure in the US as well. The Afghanistan may not be ready to stand on it saying that, you know, the the president ghanistan said last week. Since two thousand fourteen forty five thousand members of his security forces have been killed in battles with the Taliban. News that is not security sets up that is particularly or successful. Silent. We appreciate the the expert opinion on your coverage on the Simon's his live from London Fox News reporter, we appreciate the time on this. And the update and I'm anxious to find out what the time line looks like as it moves for. We do appreciate the information. Thanks. Thank you, Simon Owen again. Excellent. Reporter I love a big fan of the work. He does. And we appreciate him coming on with the audience big time difference between London and the US. So thank you to Simon for doing that coming up at eight thirty five we will talk again about the town hall meeting or I should say infomercial, featuring Kamala Harris on CNN, we'll get to that at eight thirty five..

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President, US and Trump discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

President, US and Trump discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"The US and Iran facing off in court in a dispute. Over sanctions Ron accusing the US of naked economic aggression on day one of the herring at the UN's top coats Iran asking the international court of Justice in In. The Netherlands to suspend sanctions reimposed by the Trump, administration, is publicly negating policy intended to damage Civilly as possible He owns economy, secretary of state Mike Pompeo saying the US will vigorously defend against forty cold Iran's meritless

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