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Putsch comes to shove: Venezuela
"And welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. After yesterday's dramatic attempt to oust Venezuela's president. We take a look at coups around the world, what makes them happy. What makes them succeed, and what are the risks for coup-plotters fail? And a surprise raid on North Korea's embassy in Madrid reveals just how difficult and thankless it is to be a dissident against the North Korean regime. But I. In Venezuela yesterday, the opposition leader one Guido made his move to try to overthrow the embattled President Nicolas muddle, he claimed his operation. Liberty would be the final push to depose a man who has retained power only through a sham election. Mr. Guido is supported by millions of Venezuelans or suffering from regime inflicted hunger and hardship. But it's the support of the military. He needs in order to take power. And despite promising early signs not enough of them decided to abandon Mr. Muto. Lobue leniency called Pai tau. In a defiant television address, the president called the attempt of failure lambasting those who handed their souls over to the coup mongering, far, right? I was waking up shortly after six AM by the sound of saucepans being bashed, which is a traditional form of protest in Venezuela. Stephen Gibbs rights for the economist he was among the crowds in the capital Caracas yesterday as events unfolded. And it soon transpired what was going on. And that was the one I do was calling for a military uprising. We went over the us. Lootah bell imprinting gynecology perfume in no fuel inter inter one hundred zero as soon became apparent that. This was by no means a normal day all shops with barricaded opposite. As they usually are when there is a protest, but this was not a typical protest because a Hong wide other was out with soldiers. And they were all standing on this a motorway that overlooks the military basement airbase right in the center of Caracas and those soldiers will wearing blue on bans as a symbol of their defection and the crowds grew and grew. An inside that base. The sort of big question was whether the people inside the soldiers, the conscripts inside would he'd what those outside were saying, which is come and join us rebel against the Madora government. Pretty quick it became apparent that. They weren't going to do that it will far in ice towards the crowns toward us that were just on the other side of the barricade. And then things got even uglier the rebel soldiers. Apparently sort of rattled by something began to fire live rounds into the air. That go to whole lot of people running and it was a precarious situation. And then there was a sort of a standoff that lasted for several hours. One of the more striking things that was was. There was Leopold Lopez. He is Venezuela's most famous political prisoner. He's been in jail or under house arrest since twenty fourteen. So to see him walking the streets. Not balking particularly far was quite extraordinary in in. He managed to release himself by a defection of those people that were guarding him. So it was clear that this wasn't as I say a normal protest. Something unusual was going on that went on for several hours until after the tear gas through gone on bearable. Most of the protesters recapped to the square in out mirror here in eastern Caracas. And there was quite oh and Leopoldo Lopez and several members of the national guard who had defected, and they were being sort of hugged by supporters. They were some of them with. With the family, and this was the image. Of course, the opposition was hoping would be repeated massively across the country. This is what they're trying to do. They're trying to do a sort of fell revolution where the feared security forces. Give up put down their arms and say, you know, we're not going to support Madore or anymore where with this new president and everything's going to change. It didn't happen. It sounds like there was good public supports on the streets anyway for Mr. Guido or the people rallying behind him more widely. The short answer is. Yes, I mean, given that he was a relatively unknown figure last year. And now he is unquestionably the most famous opposition leader in Suada. It is probably were saying that a lot of the support for two is a sort of protest vote against Maduro Midori is not popular. But he given that he is saying that he's leading a popular revolu. Nation that in his last a contested election. The one that you know, Guido and the opposition and much of the international community says was rigged last year in a he's standing for reelection. Or he stood for reelection. In the midst of the deepest recession in the world inflation heading for ten million percent, everyone feeling poor more miserable public services here. Collapsing. So, you know, the idea that he could really come on Syria support seems implausible and what about the military whose allegiance has always been the Lynch pin here. What what support does Mr. Guido have from them? I mean, it might be fair to say not as much support as he hopes since he came on the scene in early January. He has repeatedly said look, I can only do this. If the military come with me, I think there's no question in the lower ranks of the army and the forces people know happy head because they're suffering. Exactly the same way the most. Venezuelan's suffering. The problem is that the high ranking generals and the of Venezuela that notoriously has a top heavy army with with thousands of generals a lot of them on a benefiting from the chaos here from the corruption which Unity's that may afford them a new also the whole forces. This is one of the things that were job is Maderas assisted. Did he politicized that institution? Effectively everyone sort of fouls their allegiance to the socialist, revolution and not just Venezuela. So it is a relatively world controlled institution. As as one guy to is is finding out and what will happen to Mr White. Oh, if this fails altogether. If this fails, which is perfectly probable identing it's necessarily the end of quavo. You know, he will probably continue an hope that the drip-by-drip discontent in the military against Maduro. We'll alternate. Really bear fruit. And I think the other person to watch is there Puerto Lopez. He's now out of house arrest. He's going to be living. It seems in the Spanish embassy. That means he's conceive people. He can meet people he can negotiate and that will be an instinct additional little twist to this long-running saga.
US ramps up Venezuela sanctions as Guaido tours South America
"The Trump administration is adding six more Venezuelan officials to a sanctions list as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman tells us they're being punished for blocking humanitarian relief aid to their country. The Trump administration has been backing national assembly president one guidos efforts to force President Nicolas Maduro from power in Venezuela and call for new elections part of that effort is to support guidos attempts to get aid Venezuelans medoro has been blocking that now Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the US will target Madora loyalists who are quote prolonging the suffering of the victims of this made crisis six top security officials. The US says were involved in blocking aid have now been added to a US
"madora" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Mary anastacio. Ready for the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal Venezuela is the topic much in the news. These last weeks, however, Mary has been writing about the crimes of the Maduro regime following the crimes of the Chavis resume for many years, and those of us who have an opportunity to talk to marry no that she an -ticipant baited much of the tragedy of this last year as the Venezuelan people are starving, not only that but because of the deprivation of medical attention. There are diseases now in Venezuela that haven't been seen in decades if not centuries because the Venezuela has been cut off from anything that you could call humanitarian aid Mary is writing right now. This at present about not only how we got into this. But also, what is to be done marry a very good evening to you. There is a humanitarian aid convoy at the. The border. That's been blocked by the Madora gang. A what is in that humanitarian aid? Can they get it across the border will more follow to rescue the people right now who are deprived of everything? Good evening to you. Mary. Good evening, John. Yeah. I mean the convoy is there it's posted try to cross on Saturday. And if you've seen photographs the Colombian crossing, which is in the Colombian city of Kuka, and when you cross over there, you're in the Venezuelan city of San Cristobal, the government has put across the bridge, two large shipping containers and an oil tanker to literally block the roadway now the Venezuelan civilian brigade, which is basically a whole bunch of Venezuelan exile who have said that they are going there. And they're going to take this aid which has been largely supplied by the US and Canada, the US has taken three C seventeen cargo planes down there filled with supplies, and these people say that they're going to get it across the border. Mother says that he's not going to let them he's the dictator. He says he's not going to let them because they're entering the country with the aid would be an assault on Venezuelan sovereignty. You can probably appreciate that doesn't go down. Well with almost anyone in Venezuela. I think that the support for the interim Venezualan president who's called Juan Widodo is somewhere around ninety percent. And you know, this is one of the reasons I mean, people are starving. They're desperate and in the on the medicinal front. You know, you don't even have simple medicines like aspirin and bandages, and those kinds of things, and as you mentioned lots of diseases that are, you know, in the olden days could become epidemics. But are are, you know, preventable through vaccinations, and that sort of thing are running wild in the country. So these supplies are supposed to be. He says he's going to block them. And they I don't know if they're going to be able to move those, you know, the things that are are blocking the bridge or they may just try to go on foot. There's kind of creek there. And sometimes it's dry. I don't know if it's dry or it's it's it's running right now. But it's not very deep as I recall. I mean, I've been down on that border. And there are various ways to get across that creek. So these people these Innis fallen civilians are basically risking their lives in tried to carry out this project, but I don't think that they're going to be very easily stopped. This is about a battle of states. However, it is not just a battle at the border. That's symbolic of this contest. The dueling presidents one Maduro who stopped being president January at night at a tenth nNcholas Maduro. Stop Dan, president January tenth of this year, and then the chosen interim president Juan Guido who is backed by the United States and many other of the American of American allies. However, Mary I wanna help everybody understand that it's not even a matter of Guido versus Maduro or Guido supporters versus Maderas gangs there. Other bad actors here state bad actors, whom you've written about and mention Cuba. For example, what role this Cuba play in sustaining this tragedy? Well, I think Cuba is the linchpin. I mean, I Cuba is the one who's propping up my little, and I would even go so far to say that mother might leave take one of these offers to get on a plane and get out if not for the Cubans, and there's strong evidence to suggest that the Cubans have to hold him. He's not allowed to leave. And you know, don't forget that the Cubans the Venezuelan regime and the drug trafficking terrorists from Columbia have all been working together for many years. They run lots of drugs through Venezuela. Both to Europe and north to the United States, and these organizations need a government that's in compliance with them. They need them to help facilitate this business. So I now on top of that, you know, obviously, Cuba is still trying to push out its ideology in the rest of the region. So you know, it got the foothold on the South American con. Which it had been trying to get for you know, decades really since even before the nineteen Fifty-nine success in Cuba. And so this this movement is leftist movement is not going to let go of their their satellite and business. Well, they're easily. And I think they're key. Having said that I think at some point they're even going to have to give up, and you know, what's different here. People will think well, you know, in the past lots of these these uprisings in Venezuela over the last twenty years have fizzled, but this time around I think it's different because I think, you know, even many of the very poor people who live in the big slums around crackers and so forth. They do not like he does not have the appeal that child is has for them and the want the privation from the collapse of the economy, the claps of the oil company, and so forth is so bad that they're they're quite. Fed up and they want change. So that makes it very different. And I think that's going to make it different difficult for Cuba to continue to prop up Muslim, another bad actor involved in all of this is Iran and the Hezbollah the vice with the former vice president of a of Venezuela is directly linked to the Iranian regime. What is their part right now in sustaining Madero? Well, it's not clear. I mean, I don't see that very clearly what we do know is as you point out. I mean, teric L Asami who's the vice president has a longstanding relationship with Syria and with Iran, and the, you know, they they are castrated or they implemented direct flights between Caracas into Horon for many years and Venezuelans were always reporting to me that when those planes came in the people who got off went through different immigration process. He's than the rest of people who are arriving in invest swallow. They were reports some years ago that the Venezuelan were giving these Iranians Venezuala passports, so that they could more easily move around the South American continent. And Canada was having a problem at one point with them going up to Canada again using Venezuelan as take identities that they have been given by the regime in in Caracas. So this is this is the the the presence of Iran significant presence of Iran, and as well, it's very worrisome and people also talk a lot about a Hezbollah presence. And I think this is where we get into the difficult part about the future. Because even though I don't think that the Mizo presidency is sustainable, and I think Cuba, even understands that. It's not clear what happens once, you know, if one way though is basically allowed to become the interim. President the transition process will be very difficult. I mean, they need to do a lot of work. They're going to need a lot of help. And of course, they have to hold an election because he's only the interim president under the constitution. He can hold this position while they're preparing and holding elections. But then, you know, the power has to transfer and they have to work on building institutions again and putting civil society back together. Again, they have to you know, basically restore economic rationalism. So they have a long way to go. And and during that process, I'm a little bit worried that you might have a kind of asymmetric warfare going on with actors like Hezbollah the and terrorists from Columbia, just some Alicia who were very loyal to or basically put together by the Cubans. That's the part that I think worries a lot of analysts. I'm not pretending that I can predict how any of that is going to go. But I do feel strongly that the drug trafficking organizations will continue to want to use the real estate in the country of Venezuela to basically carry out their business. And if anyone gets in their way, there's there's probably going to be violence one more detail Mary from your most recent column has been writing about this for so long stack the columns up as I was away. All I could do was read. Now, I get to comment there is a there are institutions in Venezuela who of colluded useful word conspired just for word. They have very much participated in the looting of the Venezuelan people, and they're now looking to make deals with Guido is he gonna go along with them. Well, you know, John, I I feel like that's not how you work that out is not an exact science. I mean, if you look back at some of the eastern European countries. Even in the aftermath of say, what happened in Germany and in the twenty. Kieth century, you, of course, you have to hold the very top responsible. But there are a lot of people who were participating who. You know, you can't exact revenge on every single person who was cooperating with these evil regimes on the other hand, I think what's problematic is that the way Google Travis got power was basically using money. He used the oil money, and he bought off and that money that corruption in phil- infested, every single part of the Venezuelan a society, and that includes business and civic organizations, and and it also includes political parties. So there are a lot of political parties and a lot of political actors who are willing to make compromises with him and take money and so forth, and you know, now, they're gonna want impunity for their for their graft. And they're gonna wanna be back on the gravy train? And so that's gonna be. Very difficult thing to sort out. Because like I said, I don't think that you can have success going forward by demanding revenge against every single party. But on the other hand, I think you have to be very careful that you don't let all these traditionally corrupt political parties, and the one comes to mind, my mind is the democratic action party, which is a very old party in Columbia, very corrupt. You know, open the door, and let them back in in a way that, you know, basically begins the whole process over again, just with different names of different players. I mean, I think you want to try to, you know, establish a new way of doing things, and I would say just lastly that central to that is getting the oil company out of the hands of the government..
"madora" Discussed on FT World Weekly
"We'll go into accounts controlled by them and not by the Madero administration. So really, although we've said many times before that the end game is in sight, it feels as though something quite dramatic has happened now, and it's going to be very very tough for them to cling on with dwindling revenues that said they're getting about a third of the revenue now that they were if you years ago from oil, and they're still clinging onto power when revenue started to fall a couple of years ago. People thought they couldn't survive without the oil revenues. They have done they're digging in their heels is getting said, it's very difficult for the ominous chain scientists spine that works inside the army that keep a very close eye on people. So it will be tough. But it does feel as if things are moving and on the question of international support, although Russia is likely to be against any US move. There have been reports of conversations and comments made by Russian ministers that might suggest that Putin is up for a deal with Trump whereby Russia would stay out of Trump's backyard if the US days out of Putin's backyard, that's the. Kind of deal you can imagine being done. So spheres of influence that plastic thing. This is all speculation on Venezuela has defied all future Allah G for some years. So you just don't know, but you can see things looking as if they might move obviously get in that's on the realm of high politics, but meanwhile, on the ground one slightly fierce with the Venezuelan people you've already got refugee crisis. If the all industry brings an even less revenue things could get really bad. Couldn't they absolutely event is way. There is no longer exporting oil to the US and reaping money from the sale of that oil to the S, and that's just bury Moines that really though sales of oil to the United States. It's the only sale which generates revenue because the rest of that oil goes to Cuba. It goes to China, and it goes to Russia and is mostly used to pay off debt. So it doesn't actually on any money. So if Wailer is no longer exporting oil to the United States it loses a huge amount of money. And I think that would have a massive effect on the Venezuelan population itself, not just on the military and on the Madora regime. I think we would. See a bigger increase in the number of people leaving the country and coming to places like Colombia, and there's a real sense of thea an unease in places like Colombia, or I'm speaking to you from now or in Peru, as well, which is taken in around six hundred thousand refugees that they could just be swamped by a massive refugee crisis, which they've never had to deal with before. I wish that ill equipped to deal with so yes, I think it could have devastating effects not only for the population in Venezuela. But also for populations across Latin America, Jonathan let's send them with that regional aspect because it's quite striking that Latin America's once again, very ideologically divided. Isn't it you've got a populist right winger in charge in Brazil populace left-winger in charge of Mexico? Do you think Venezuela could become in a way division, right across the continent. How to deal with this? Venezuela has been a division, of course, a concert for quite a long time and really governments in Latin America have lined up for and against Venezuela. And it's a characteristic of the left wing in Latin America. That being left wing at the top of the list of things that define you as being anti-american, and that means being proven as Waylon, and even with really the humanitarian disaster that is folded over the past few years, but it's become really acute recently when the Workers Party in Brazil, lost the presidential election in October last year and the right wing Jibal snow took over one of the issues was do you do you not support Venezuela, and the PT the Workers Party seemed to be unable to distance itself and the PT's president glossy Hoffman went to Maderas inauguration as the reelected, president of Venezuela completely blind and deaf to all the signs from the rest of the region. So it has been very very polarizing, unfortunately, at the moment Latin-American tinge to be split for and against his very noticeable that Lopez Auber dough, the new president of Mexico has not come out as a critic of Madero despite all the humanitarian suffering..
"madora" Discussed on Filmspotting
"That would have led him to a similar position as the one Madora and Vernon and I do wanna throw it as well. This one little idea that I have not been able to fully articulate yet or come to terms with. But I looked back over my notes from blue ruin and from green room as I said, and it's funny, how the notion I talked about it with Sonia to this idea of creating your own story and narrative is coming up and not being defined by past actions or your destiny, and creating your own path as you move forward. And the idea of telling a story comes up multiple times in this film, including the very end. But there's an earlier one where it's suggested I think by Madora that she wants him to be the chronicler of this of this whole traumatic incident, and she's just hinting at it. We don't know the depths of it. He doesn't know the depths of it. And then at the end of the film isn't the last line something like all tell you. He's talking to his daughter, and she says something like what happened. And he says all tell you, and I do think the movie by having that repetition and again time back to some of as other work. I feel like he is hinting or any way, or at least suggesting that through the act of that communication of that expression with another person telling a story that they can then become a part of that. That's a way out of the darkness. Boy. I I love the interpretation that Russell could be aware wolf as well. And I think it doesn't have it can be both literal and metaphorical, right, right? I see mostly metaphorical at least hinted at that its littoral exactly, and that's the big you ity here that I really like and something that ties in with on as work is what makes us distinct. Then is it's more in line with his stuff because it's not just, you know, aware of movie where the beast is identified in hunted. And that's the narrative you get. It's it's more. It's looking at it from another angle making us identify with these care for much of the film. And then suggesting that savagery of the type we see in his films. Is part of the natural order. Yes. It's not a supernatural curse. And that is somehow even scarier. I mean for sure yeah. I think we talked our selves into liking this movie a little bit more than I did. I felt that way coming in after devoting some more time to it. I feel that way even more now after talking about it with you. Now, I do want to throw out because I don't think you can talk about spoilers surrounding this movie without getting into it. You didn't go there. But don't you think it's pretty implicit that one of the unnatural aspects of this story is the relationship between Madora and Vernon. And I think that we are supposed to key into the fact when she says I've never known life without him. That's not just her way of saying we've basically known each other since we were little kids. No they've known each other since they were in the womb together. Oh, that didn't occur brother and sister. They're twin brother and sister. That's why they look so much. Alike. That's why people comment on how much they look alike. That's why when they go talk to that Indian what's his name. How is he described the Indian not hunter? But the guy who talks guy living in the house on the hill, and he talks, and he says you were brought to me before. There was something unnatural you re s which is a key line to me about that unsuitable. This is a natural. Yes. Their offspring is unmatched. Correct. What he he doesn't mention maybe that would give it away too much her at all if they were twins. You know, you think that that guy in the cabin would have maybe mentioned that. So I don't know that might my take was that somehow this was passed down through family lines. And there was I mean, if you want to build a mythology out of this it could be that immigrants from Sweden Norway somewhere came to this land subtle there. And they were a tribe of where wolves and that has been passed. Down and then the digits people have always been aware of this..
"madora" Discussed on KGO 810
"Some rain moving into the bay area right now it's mainly in the north bay in parts of the peninsula light to moderate rain this evening and then rain for the entire workweek i'm nikki madora now back to daughter drew pinski midday live on kgon dan lars von is out now he said occurs her as an eight hundred two two two five two to get your calls in just a second cloudy he wants me to read a geraldo rivera to just checked on twitter and geraldo rivera tweeted you dr geck's did unlike monica lewinsky and president clinton there is no issue of donald trump testifying falsely under oath with regarding stormy daniels so why the intense focus he wasn't president or two thousand six so it has nothing to do with us is cnn's goal to wreck his marriage is jake tapper vying to be the next dr drew well i think geraldo makes a great point and i think that you have a lot to say about this sort of heated composed whether whether sweet which was unhappy to jordan erika plenty to say yes than you do have plenty to say will geraldo if you're listening you need to get dr drew on air you have actually a lot to say about this and i think it needs to be heard and that is really daughter to sir do you have a lot to say i i will uh i'm assuming our circum quote we should but thanks for think it over yeah i guess jake tapper and i and i think you know we're joking about this tweet dr drew but i think he makes a good point i mean why why the intense focus before the break you and i talked about how we have cnn and fox both on in the studio here and cnn on every single bloc for the past two and a half hours has talked about the stormy daniels said sorry fox has not but you really have to question why there is no this this has fox of words argue the grief of their when i was harmlessly they just they just go avoided who but the point that geraldo i think is trying to make is that we talked about the clinton lewinsky scandal because you're talking about testifying under oath you're talking about issues of perjury you're talking about impeachment issues it was relevant but what is the relevance really in terms.
Officials: Gunman takes hostages at Yountville, California VA home
"Day from the city the changes the world this came yo sanford says gut oakland san jose the next generation of kogo a is a cumulus station now on amazon alexa open the kgon eytan skill good afternoon i'm mickey madora police are responding to reports of gunfire at the veterans home in jaen bell correspondence abney ilham says a gunman reportedly entered the community armed with body armor and weapons we know about one thousand veterans do live on the six hundred acre property there were reports of thirty shots being fired uh but we still do not have any indication of any one has been hurt there's been no reports of any injuries at this point and from what we know so far there may be up to three hostages inside the nearby vintners golf course is also on lockdown lucas is in assistant manager their at the lakeside grill a restaurant is open right now we have a we do have a bunch of them we do have some vets from up with the home down here the napa county sheriff's office is asking people to avoid the area we will continue to monitor the situation a press conference has been scheduled for two o'clock president trump has pardoned a naval officer who took illegal submarine photos here's correspondent john stolnis white house press secretary sarah sanders told reporters at a news briefing the president had pardoned a christian sosa who was arrested and charged with taking photos of classified areas inside the uss alexander while it was stationed in connecticut back in two thousand nine the sentencing judge found that mr sasi as a fence stands in contrast to his commendable military service the president is appreciative of mr saucier a service to the country saucier pleaded guilty back in two thousand sixteen but argue that his prosecution was driven by sensitivity about classified information during the hillary clinton email scandal john stolnis washington the projected costs of california's bullet train from san francisco to los angeles has jumped twenty percent a seventy seven billion dollars and the opening date push back four years to twenty thirty three the numbers were presented today and the california highspeed rail authorities new business plan it's the first under the authorities new chief executive who has promised more public transparency around the project that's been play the by delays and rising costs the agencies immediate focus is opening the track from san francisco to the.
"madora" Discussed on WJR 760
"Weekend should would what would we say we're going on north for the week and i get all steamed place mercy and like i used to say they have gone on style now you would have to say i'm going up south certainly practice doing all this not also the will of it happens we we get it right the whole issue is that it's happened the polls of flip before it nothing changes its it is a i don't i can't explain the phenomenon it's uh qualify i just got one question affair some people going north thought it was going up north when really they were going north and you never son nelson so there's a reason for that not all hold me accountable i did not i did not started using that term analogy because it's about to happen that hasn't happened yet and i'm leaving friday for i'm a foul i don't know what i'll be back i will i hope it's still warm up south korea thanks for the call data take dare you to charlene in troy you're on the frank beckmann show life hello frank high hi well i just wanted to talk about california what they're doing they're not intervene with the guaranteed income of five hundred bucks a month yeah you know the communist always entice people with envy you know we we're going to get loans people who have a rich you know they're evil lee all you have to do is look at what has happened in venezuela uh they elected shot as an i was there um when he got elected and people were frantic because he denied he was a communist he was denied he was going to seize power and as soon as he got elected that's exactly what he did and then the poor got poorer they didn't because when you become a socialist or communist country everything belongs to the government nothing belongs to you so you only get what they give you well now when there have been d'oro and they know this because i am uh clinton sued the woman who is from venezuela madora said all those greedy capitalist those dirty soandso's taking your money.
"madora" Discussed on KGO 810
"Two to to 543543 that's d o r to to to 543543 did he the changes the world's sniff this came jio san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of cagey out a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened a kgon eight and skill good evening i'm mickey madora well president trump has signed a bill funding the government through february f a does nb sixty nine hour shutdown senate democrats though are bent on their desire to force a resolution on the fate of the socalled dreamers correspondent bob costantini reports it's not a permanent solution for them or for the threat of another shutdown the how side there was 10 minutes of debate having seen senate democrats relent in a while to be able to pass on a promise to take care of the dreamers and there was little house democrats could do nancy pelosi took to the floor to say she'd vote no i refuse to be an enabler to the republicans failures any longer still a bunch of democrats went along with the idea of reopening government and hoping for the best for the dreamers all this vote the uri's or two hundred sixty six and the nays are what are fifty four seventy days at least off of sam is fully back in business hub costantini capitol hill over fourteen years the sitting president of the united states has spoken on the record before the kickoff of the super bowl kgon tens jason middleton as more on this year's games since 2004 the president of the united states has given a priest super bowl interview to the network broadcasting the game as of right now the white house has indicated to nbc news that president trump will not take part this year president obama's first presuper bowl interview on nbc had twenty two million viewers trump's interview last year clocked in with twelve million the pre super bowl live interview started in two thousand four when cbs's jim nance interviewed george w bush and because nbc's broadcasting this year's game nbc's lester holt would likely get the call here's a little bit of hold and trump the last time they spoke on the record frier cali my decision it was not you'd made the decision before they came i was going to fire comey i know recent middleton by the.
"madora" Discussed on KGO 810
"And charges may apply kgon return whether we're looking at cloudy skies super overcast of it looks like rain to you may be smells like a little bit you're right we've got that rain moving into the north bad about seven tonight and then pushing on toward the south back through the overnight hours back to nicky madora infra trip franklin on kgon eight ten we're going to be talking about four in men me i would if you're one of those people that might have a foreign bank account if you don't even know if you have a foreign bank out i don't i don't think i but if you do and you wanna stay on the right side of the law we have i mosque with with moscow's l l p on the line what she people do if they think they might have a foreign bank account of course there's there's all this special reporting and if you don't do it the our horrific penalties the penalties start at a hundred thousand dollars per year per account and go up from there and i'm assuming that they won't leave you that you don't know that you had a foreign bank account cracked dutch a real problem and the government has gotten really strict with these now they go where to this more aggressively than income tax evasion which in and of itself has a big big deal so the bottom line is if you will corn account and hundreds of corn back got anything guard tensions ownership and companies of foreign reportable gift all types of stuff there's oldest specially pointing if you don't duties horrific penalties but it's imperative that we go to the government before they come to you to.
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"The smart guy at john weekend yet together's since 2017 off from the city the judges world this is san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of kogo aca a cumulus station good afternoon i'm mickey madora be republican tax reform bill has passed big he said committee and will now move to the full full floor ford obey correspondent bill mattingly says one republican holdout senator ron johnson of wisconsin decided to vote to allow the bill to move forward he has been steadfast in his opposition steadfast that he would vote against this proposal even if it stalled it out if he didn't get what he wants and then he went into the launch the closeddoor lunch with president trump were i'm told the president had actually back and forth with him about the issues that he was raising he had several senators standing up and say that he should address this on the senate floor not shortcircuit process committee in the end that seems to have done the trick republican leaders hope to have the senate take up the bill later this week uh the tax package blends a sharp reduction in top corporate and business tax rates with more modest relief for individuals the head of the fcc is bashing tech companies in an effort to make his case for repealing net neutrality rules chairman of g pie is accusing twitter facebook and google of being disingenuous he says they argue for a free and open internet while routinely blocking or described meeting gives content they don't like pie specifically called out twitter for suspending the accounts of conservative users santa clara county is getting closer to having lifesaving defibrillators in all public school classrooms a donation given today means most county sheriff's deputies will have the devices in patrol cars and be in ninety percent a public schools county supervisor mike wasserman says the first few minutes are key when someone's having a heart attack and the a ed devices are simple the ios device with themselves nuhua through it they talk to you think you step by step instruction and the kids from about fifth grade on up part able to handle that instructions and use the device to give birth date if you will until the professionals fire police ambulance show up in takeover a palo alto nonprofit called acing hearts is investing more than one million dollars to pay for the.
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"On the next generation of kedo yeah nikki madora franklin is in washington dc the marcus fisher and we are of course talking about the indictments that have come down and it's i don't know is it christmas for liberals other i think south ed's this has made but i know mark i know that you you know you throw a little bit a cold water on this work into what is trump what is trump gonna do and your your opinion what's the worst thing he could do and and and obviously the worst it the worst would be far mother right yeah certainly sacking lower and looking like he's guilty that's not a good path for anyone who's is under suspicion and so anything that looks like he's trying to cover up is a bad thing the best thing he could do would be governed to make deals to you'll do what he said he was going to do and be the dealmaker in retail to democrats and come to some agreement on healthcare are unknown taxes and so on and to lay out what happened with russia what the relationship was lay out the truth that's the best thing is obviously not going to do that either what he will do he's going to do what he always does he's going to distract he's going to doubled down on what he said so far 80s go to hit back at does he perceives as enemies he's going to go after the press of course he's going to go after the democrats above all he's going to go after hillary clinton because that's the one unifying factor on the right and so we he has a deeply split coalition supporting him and his party and the only way he knows to bring them together is through the bogeyman of hillary clinton that he's going to go and that's what they did all day on fox today it was it was crazy what about the thirty the as before we rats or the march 31st meeting where proper dabo said he was with national with foreign policy advisers and at that meeting said that trump was present and that they were they were told to arrange a trump putin me meeting if he can get another person to testify to that.
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"I'm kim mcallister in foreign nikki madora and we are following a breaking news story tonight a federal grand jury in washington d c has reportedly approved the first charges in the investigation led by special special counsel robert muller cnn is reporting that the charges are still see the old under orders from a federal judge report says plans were prepared today poor anyone charged it'd be taken into custody as soon as monday it's not clear yet what the charges are according to cnn muller's investigation has focused on potential collusion between the trump campaign and russia he's looked at obstruction of justice by the press other than or possibly trying to impede the investigation is also reportedly looked into trump and his associates financial ties to russia along with foreign lobbying conducted by former trump campaign manager or chairman rather paul manafort former national security advisor michael flynn and others bart police are looking for the man who's been writing offensive messages at various parts stations family endro glenn park macarthur stations all ob involved there he's also seen on video this week riding on the floor of the embark darrow station to milk pete as high school students face charges after one of them was found with a gun in a school restroom we say one of the fourteen year olds brought the gun the school and gave it to the other to hold for him the incident forced to separate shelter in place orders yesterday as police searched that campus i'm kim mcallister kgon eighttime uh that's me.
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"Win is at five this afternoon with chip franklin and nicky madora i read burkheart election alabama today i don't think it's a referendum on trump white they claim but as a referendum on sodomy i do think it's interesting that you got this yet this old judge use you know fought to keep the ten commandments in the park and all that sort of stuff in his anti sodomy firing off his gun didn't fire off his gun but waived his gun at a rally last night he's on the bannon side bannon is promote nam many got trump on the other guy so i don't know what he believes other than i don't think he talked a lot about sodomy and that sort of a move for strange is is a good he's a republican he's just a republican party guy and mcconnell and company of co convince trump the dea you'll be vote you'll be low reliable vote will give stuff done more is too much wildcard but all the trumpster zor aback and more pulled a gun at a rally talking about too much sodomy hey simple jack wait till your boys fourteen years old and then it will always smell like somebody died in his room grow boy who galle the true may serve it's the factoria and so it's a thing both of my voice took a goat milk baz last night oh boy my worry joke just popped into my head i don't dare though my wife is really pushing for for young kids ustr a general they wanted to try it because all while heck latsis at wound again it's a it's like a goat milk dilution in the why not here's a year ago or that'd be weird year with a lot i wrote zayn you'd smell terrible efc i i thought like maybe she was particularly concerned that their skin wasn't lustrous in her efforts in them like that and now not a real concern in our how i didn't think it would be um so i miss smoke for some reason i said it was san francisco at san diego where they went to a fire situation a homeless campaigner kicked over a bucket a pu in the firefighters were exposed to have a home which is pretty growth is a sacred yucky how to have bay.
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"A terrorist suspect linked to islamic state is under arrest in turkey and peers lauren freyer says he is suspected of plotting to attack us military aircraft with a drone turkish state media quoted police as saying the suspect is in islamic state militant originally from russia he traveled to syria was living in southern turkey plotting to use a drone to target us aircraft their us air force uses a base in southern turkey as a staging area for bombers flying anti isis missions in iraq and syria police say the suspect was trying to raise money to buy a drone 280 could crash it into us planes he was arrested while doing surveillance in prep rations for this attack state media said police say the suspect also planned to attack members of a shiite religious sect in turkey whom isis considers heretics lauren frier npr news is tumble venezuelan president nicolas maduro says he wants to meet president trump speaking to a new assembly in venezuela madora said he wanted us strong relationship with the us the state department has denounced the venezuelan assembly and its mission to rewrite the country's constitution and the us has put sanctions against maduro and several other venezuelan officials that is and critics say the door was building a dictatorship you're listening to npr news from kqed news good morning i'm penny nelson richmond mayor tomba at says he's planning to run for a second term in two thousand eighteen in announcing his reelection campaign but says his vision for the city going forward is the same as it has always been it's been marred jerky to mike richmond cleaner greener safer better off financially an improved quality of life robot end of so let's apollo overbooked but for work role every day but defeated his city council colleague gnat bates in two thousand fourteen that race gained national attention because of the millions of dollars chevron poured into an unsuccessful attempt to defeat but and a slate of progressive city council candidates so far by has no challengers for his reelection bid one of birth early investors menlo park based benchmark capital filed a lawsuit against the ride hailing company and its former ceo travis kalanick kqed silicon valley desk editor quina kemp says although callinig was nudged out.
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"Good afternoon i'm nikki madora broadcasting live outside lucky strike across from haiti anti mark here's what's happening more strong words today from north korea the government says it preparing a plan for a leader kim john thune that would launch four intermediate range missiles at the us territory of guam correspondent will ripley who spent more than wartime in north korea than any other western reporter says the threat is highly specific they have often threatened to annihilate the us mainland turning the mainland into a theater for nuclear war but this message feels different because it technically spells out north korea's capability he's a simultaneous launch significant because it could theoretically have the potential to overwhelm missile defense systems north korea's as president trump's fired perry comments earlier this week are quote a load of nonsense saying only absolute forest can work on it i agree broadway you know the i'm sure he when he hears them say it like the words what is good is my fiery video was impromptu too by the way that scranton when everyone guy has like apart he seemed out of his jassem the head that guy all right former san francisco forty nine er cornerback trimming brock will not be tried on domestic violence charges prosecutors say they did not have enough evidence against braguin his girlfriend refused to testify against him testimony in the taylor swift a trial today focused on wear radio personality david miller is hand is in a photograph he took with her before a concert in denver here's correspondent mortgage are a let us whistle attorney douglas baldrige repeatedly asked mueller why his right hand is behind swift in a photo they took together mueller says his hand touch swift skirt after he put his arm around her and their arms got crossed in his words by hand was at ribcage level and apparently it went down muller denies groping swept ensued her and her team for causing him to be fired from his job swift suit alleging sexual assault and if you want you can spend the night in donald trump's boyhood home the bible that just sounds of evil on so many levels solidify veteran house in queens in its on airbnb b for seven hundred twenty five dollars a night the amenities include a giant cut out of president trump in the living room the listening calls it a great companion for watching fox news.
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"Exit from madora other than a flight on a cruiser well he he uh he said we have that option uh but we've seen time and again and in many many countries uh that uh a leader in power uh we'd rather protect whose job than protect whose country and and i have to say we saw that uh it it in the united states hundred jimmy carter i mean he even care how house moley united states mountain was as long as he was on top of whatever it was uh you know is sort of mentality that uh that they're going to be all right regardless of the the health though the country instead and that's the way maduro sees it now but duro has very few up she's a the chinese would not like the negative image which will be generated but madero going into exile in china uh what are the other options the other options are cuba iran again not very palatable alternatives uh so unless uh latin american country came out an offered safe haven pomodoro uh this uh you know he's doesn't see that he's got very many places to go and you'll remember under the clinton administration when this policy of offering embattled leaders a safe haven uh they this happened in and africa sure it with charles taylor in in liberia and he was as a result of these promises taylor went into exile in nigeria uh but then the united states insisted that uh he did those promises over safehaven be everton and child said it was taken to the hagen tried so very few leaders uh getting do accept uh promises of safehaven simply because in a at some stage at the us with someone else could put a severe weather we've got about a minute gregory what about a civil war something like syria could it fall apart that badly m e uh it dealt with the complexity of the syrian one because logistics will be metric right to comply the fight but yes i think that's happening and i and i believe that we will see the arming in support of uh of.
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"And taking a look at some current temperature we had a weather water call from santa cruz where they're saying it's in the '60s although in bonney doomed to to reporting about eighty one degrees so drive around him i get warmer out there it's 83 and morgan hills 73 in san jose 66 in san francisco i mickey madora if now tapper pat thurston infra branco plant on k jio good afternoon i'm pat thurston i'm here for coping uh he's out but he'll be back with you tomorrow it was a scheduled day off nothing to worry about he is fit as a fiddle as far as i know but a lot of people aren't and that's kind of what i wanna talk with you about here at the at the set last friday i had the chance to talk with them jim plunkett former quarterback it was heisman trophy winner when he played at stanford he was quarterback for the oakland raiders took us to two super bowl championships and it was wonderful to talk with him but it wasn't wonderful the reason i was talking with him he had been interviewed not long go by the san jose mercury news and he essentially said is life sucks and so i brought him on the air to talk about it because it has to do with his body it has to do with the damage that football has taken on his body and our discussion also involved c t e that's the chronic madam encephalopathy that so many i think i got the term right i'm i'm doing that adam memory i know it cte and i think that's what it is it's this brain damage that so many of these players have suffered we spend quite a bit of time talking about that one of the reasons that it was on my mind is not just because it's a huge issue that we should pay attention to but also because there was a study whose results were released last week as well and in that study they showed that they had a hundred and eleven a tissue samples that were donated from deceased nfl players hundred eleven a hundred and ten of them showed that those players suffered from ct e at the time they died now somebody called into.
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"Power madora was not just a bed leader he is now a dictator as a result treasury secretary steven mnuchin announced new us sanctions all assets of madora subject to us jurisdiction are frozen the sanctions bar americans from doing business with maduro greg clugston washington meanwhile white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders says new chief of staff general john kelly will run the west weighing general kelly has the full authority on top rate within the white house and all staff will report have anthony scaramucci was let go today as white house communications director vice president mike pence told an audience in estonia on monday america will always committed to protecting nato allies against attacks including the baltic states which of anxiously watched a growing russian military presence in the region today we stand where east meets west on a great frontier freedom and no threat looms larger in the baltic states than the spectre of aggression from your unpredictable neighbour to the east neutral the fence is a vital issue for the three small former soviet states the border russia which were all occupied for nearly five decades by soviet troops before regaining their independence in now ninety one after the collapse of the soviet union los angeles reddit reached an agreement monday with international olympic leaders that will open the way for the city to host the twenty twenty eight summer games while seeding the 2024 games to rival paris on wall street that up by sixty one points the nasdaq dropped twenty seven the s p lower by to oil up to fifty dollars.
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"The changes the world san francisco san jose the next generation of kogo aides say station good afternoon i'm mickey madora president donald trump's white house is putting the brief and press briefings white house press secretary sean spicer is about thirty minutes a day and did not answer number of base a questions including whether the president believes russia interfered in the 2016 election and not sat down and asked him about his specific them so i'll be glad to touch facing evacue i now spicer also declined to comment on whether trump had seen the hotly debated senate healthcare bell white house press briefings had been shrinking both in length and content as trump senior aides clampdown on information again time with the president's preference for speaking directly to his fan base former president bill clinton spoke at the enter action form in washington the former president says island nations are clearly experiencing negative consequences of global warming them denial of the problem strikes them was unbelievable unbelievable those of us who believe we live in the most senator preliminary from human history do the work and we were clearly joseph our brother challenge of refers up jordan nikki madero is is a fond broadcaster who believes the global climate change clinton side of the growing peso climate change mass migration did a is including the syrian refugee crisis and worldwide poverty for the reason why countries and claiming the asked me to continue to work together for mutual game and finally there are changes coming over beginning next month here's ap correspondent shelly adler uber riders listen up if you don't cancel you arrive within two minutes is going to cost you and be prepared to pay more when you keep the driver waiting there will also be an option to tip your driver using the overall up the expanded earnings opportunities are the first step in what over is billing as quote one hundred eighty days of change force us drivers i shall reactor my driver had it you can take me sign and back in the seat so merson there so he's like you know now why not right that's why they do it right the money right traffic and weather next she's of these gesture of really really good.