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"marc caspar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The latest retailer now the pull child car coconut milk off its shelves following claims the manufacturer uses Monkey labor. Peeta conducted a probe reportedly found that Thailand based Taepodong porn a coconut company, exploited monkeys and then lied about it. The nonprofit's monkeys, they're forced to pick coconuts and perform for tourists and then later changed old tires or confined to small cages that are too little. NATO says the they found widespread use of monkey labor throughout time lands. Coconut farming industry says here Some companies have changed their practices, but says others simply have the monkeys when they know the auditors are coming. Argus says the claims of serious enough and Chaka wasn't able to, you know, sufficiently address the concerns Ray so we dropped them. Costco dropped the milk in October, the military letting its hair down. Now, grooming rules approved by the Army will allow female soldiers to literally where their hair down and in a greater variety of styles, including Braves twist, cornrows. You'll be able to highlight or dye their hair as long as it's still fairly conservative. Previously, women were required to keep the hair shorter in a tight bond. Women also will be able to wear small earrings with their combat uniforms. Changes coming after former Defense Secretary Marc Caspar ordered a review of military hairstyling grooming policies last July as in the wake of racial inequality, protests. The aim is to allow more diversity and reduce prejudice. On the hill Senators sworn in today as jurors for the second impeachment trial for ex President Donald Trump. After House impeachment managers delivered the formal papers yesterday. Trump charged with incitement of insurrection for provoking that deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. And allegedly attempting to overthrow the election. Some GOP lawmakers like Rand, Paul say that's illegal to do that unconstitutional. Plus, he's already out of all I make a point of order that this proceeding. Which would try a private citizen and not a president, A vice president or civil officer violates the Constitution and is not in order. The Senate, including five GOP members, say whatever do they rejected his notion that the trial is unconstitutional? Anytime. Democratic lawmakers say this is all about accountability for crime that was committed and making it so that Donald Trump could never run for office again. Chuck Schumer likened it to an ex employee committing a terrible crime before he's fired, but let off the hook because he no longer works there. The theory that the impeachment of a former official is unconstitutional. Is flat out wrong by every frame of analysis, constitutional context, historical practice president and basic common sense. It's been completely debunked by constitutional scholars from all across the political spectrum. Yeah, this one. I'll definitely test Republican loyalties to a former president and the power he still wheels after that deadly seeds of the capital. Unclear how long the trial will last and whether witnesses will be called scheduled to start up on February. 8th wins news time 6 18 Sarah. I did it Did what? It's perfect. What's perfect? Got Kristen. An engagement ring. The New Dominion Jewelers would be perfect. I learned so much, and I was able to design it myself. A talent you Dominion jewelers. It's where you design the ring that says I want to spend the rest of my life with you. I just need to figure out how I'm going to pop the.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:02 min | 2 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on WTOP

"New Session of Congress is a bill in the house that calls for D C. Statehood after Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton introduced her D. C. Statehood bill with a record number of original co sponsors. 202 on the first day of the 117th Congress, DC Marian You're real bouncer says the district is grateful for the congresswoman's leadership and ensuring that statehood remains a top priority for the Congress. Noting that last year the D C. Statehood bill passed the house for the first time, Norton predicts D. C is on its way to becoming the 51st state. She says statehood is the only solution for full citizenship rights for residents of the district and for equal representation in Congress. Sandy Coz l W T. O P knew a forceful public letter from all 10 living, Former U. S. Defense secretary's strongly oppose Using any move to involve the military and pursuing claims of election fraud, and it comes in response to a published report that said President Trump inquired about that possibility. The list of former Pentagon leaders signing the letter included Dick Cheney, as well as James Madison, Marc Caspar, both of whom served under President Trump. They warned that involving the military in efforts to maintain power would take the country into dangerous, unlawful and unconstitutional territory. New York Times reports said that President Trump floated the idea of deploying the military to overturn the results of the election. Will the New year is bringing up a boost to federal employees. President Trump made the Federal Peiris official on New Year's Eve with an executive order. The vast majority of civilian employees will see a 1% raise, but there are no additional locality pay adjustments this year. That means locality pay is frozen at 2020 levels for most federal employees. Pay freezes again in place for some senior political appointees and the vice president. Pay raises went into effect. January 1st Nicola Briscoe Federal news Network, The presidential Medal of Freedom is reportedly going to two political allies of President Trump. Multiple sources are saying that President Trump will give the nation's highest civilian honor to California Congressman Devin Nunes and Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan, both of whom were strong defenders of the president during his impeachment. Reportedly, Mr. Trump is also considering granting the Medal of Freedom to retired Florida State University coach Bobby Boden. The school system in Frederick County, Maryland, is making changes after an increase in local coronavirus cases. All small group in person instruction and winter sports practices are now suspended. And all instruction is instruction make that is going to be virtual starting today until further notice. Now, teachers can still use the classrooms at school to teach virtual lessons. But teleworking is encourage. And students who need the Internet to access remote classes will still be allowed in school buildings up ahead here in money news. These jobs recovery is better in the suburbs. I'm Jeff label. It's 9 54. Victory. World War two in Real Time and illustrated biography by The Associated Press Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Second World War available Wherever books are sold. Start the.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:12 min | 2 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It was yes, certainly the voice of desperation. Most certainly that And it was a ball above face old abuse of power by the president of the United States. Meanwhile, in an extraordinary rebuke, all 10 living former secretaries of defense are Cautioning against any move to involve the military and pursuing claims of election fraud, arguing it would take the country into quote dangerous, unlawful and unconstitutional. Territory of the group of Republicans and Democrats wrote civilian and military officials who Director carry out such measures would be held accountable, including potentially facing criminal penalties for the grave consequences of their actions on our republic. The opinion article in The Post signed by Dick Cheney, William Perry, Donald Rumsfeld, William Cohen, Robert Gates, Leon Panetta, Chuck Hagel, Ash Carter, James Mattis and Marc Caspar. The first patient in the UK has received the Oxford University AstraZeneca vaccine 82 year old Brian Pinker got the shot early Monday morning at the Church Hill Hospital. NHS is the first health service to in the world to deploy the AstraZeneca vaccine. It's the on Lee one approved that can be stored at FRIDGE temperatures. That is good news for poorer countries here in the U. S. Officials with Operation Warp Speed acknowledged the slow rollout of vaccines with the death toll climbing past 350,000. The most of any country, according to Johns Hopkins University, while more than 20 million nationwide have been infected President Trump Tweeting. The numbers are being exaggerated. But Dr Anthony Fauci and his surgeon general doctor Drome Adams, both pushed back telling ABC News and CNN. The numbers are actually probably higher. Well, the death are real death. I mean, all you need to do is to go out into the trenches. Go to the hospitals see what the health care workers are dealing with. They are under very stressed situations in many areas of the country. The hospital beds of stretched people are running out of beds running out of trained personnel who are exhausted right now. That's real. That's not fake. That's real. From the pulp from a public health perspective. I have no reason to doubt those numbers, and I think people need to be very aware that it's not just about the death as we talked about earlier. It's about the hospitalizations the capacity. These cases are having an impact in an array of ways, and people need to understand that there's a finish line in sight. But we've got to keep running towards that in Arizona Sunday, reporting a one day record of more than 17,200 new cases, eclipsing the previous Marcus set in early December of just 12,000. Officials say the jump appears to reflect infections from holiday gatherings and reporting lag over New Year's weekend. North Carolina and Texas reporting record numbers in the hospital. Nearly 3600 and 12,500, respectively, for behind the scenes Look at a FN go to a FN. Now calm reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook. Anytime I met Matt Ray talk, use the hashtag A FN and follow the show, too. On Twitter. At a F N Now let's hear from one of our sponsors..

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:47 min | 2 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Yeah. Think Khalid had said earlier. Hey, he gave Gettysburg example. And it won't be like that. It won't be blue versus gray. Or in our case, Red versus blue is gonna be more like the Civil War was in Missouri. Guerilla war, No lines, and I think that's infinitely worse than then what Khalid was envisioning with Gettysburg Run Antietam type. Warfare. Yeah, I tend to agree with what you're saying. I think you know realistically, based on what we've been seen and what we've seen even going back to the days of Ferguson. On most recent in the summer, when all of this started happening, I do agree. I think we're going to see more of that pockets of it in places that maybe we wouldn't even expect And that's that's gonna be a problem. Right? I just I just don't think when we say the term Civil war season a pro out I don't think it's going to be the classic. What was the Eastern Theater of the of the Civil war in the 18 sixties. That will be it will be more like Missouri gorilla. No lines in the battle lines. So, Yeah, Great point. Great point. I appreciate it. Thanks for the call Great point. Nevertheless, whatever or whichever You know, transpires. It doesn't have to be that way. It'd never had to be that way. But, you know, I'm a guy faith. I think everybody knows that. I'm not a religious person. But I'm a man of faith. I'm a Christian. I believe what the Bible says. I read it. Um, you know, um, my perfect person that lives No, Of course not. None of us are But I've read and because I believe I do believe I know with the things that are coming now, for some, you may be another faith, and that's not an issue to you. And okay, I respect that. For others. You may have no faith at all. And that's fine. I respect that You're wrong, but I respected That's not going to change how I feel. It's not going to change what I believe. It's not going to change what I know in my gut, and unfortunately for many of you that don't believe that. Going to find out the hard way. I mean, just you just are. I don't know how one other way to put it. All right, Let's get right back to business. Bruce, you're next. Welcome to the program. Hi, Steve. How you doing there? I'm good. I'm good. Hey, so I hope everyone appreciates the irony of Catholic bishops talking about moral obligations. And we need to have a mass vaccination event in DC I think January 20th would be a good day. You get this morning, I saw same medical expert Bill Gates, who is calling for the closures of all bars and restaurants until deep in T 2021 vaccinate the third world first. I mean, the only vaccine gates would work on this one proles windows viruses. And I call from, you know a lot of times, like as people look into this looking at that, I'm gonna throw out one tonight. Maybe I'll look into it. There's a company called Pine Island Capital. It even has a division called DC Partners and amongst other members of this company or Biden's nominees, Tony Blinken and you know Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. First is also a member of the racy on board, just like Marc Caspar was Even have an acquisition partner with partnership with Romney's former firm, Bain Capital. So You know they're going to get us back and all these endless wars and probably get a few new ones for us going there, so I wouldn't be surprised. I mean, I mean, you know, Bruce, I really wouldn't be surprised. This is what these people have always been about, and and unfortunately that those of the players coming back You know you're right. We need a third party. Um, I don't care if some people think it'll work or not. It will work. If you know there's enough people that are fed up. They're sick of the McConnells. Schumer's that Lindsey Graham's They all go There they talk. Crap on whatever network will put him on. And they do nothing except in risk ourselves at our expense They could get imagine Bruce. If 74 million people voted for Donald Trump and 74 Million people jump to an independent party. You're gonna tell me there's not power in that. Well, there's plenty of power. Somebody has just got to do it. You know, I think a lot of people want to do. I think the Republicans are a total joke. There's not any different than the Democrats. Maybe a little more right? Leaning about the end of the day. They're all about their cells. They're not about the country. They're not about us. Citizen..

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"marc caspar" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Not be happier about that. We have a whole lot of things to talk about today, and we're gonna go waste any time because we're going to start right now by finding out exactly what happened at Fort Hood is we're joined now by Jeff McCausland, CBS radio military consultant. As he talks about what was a sex scandal that in the words of the army of permissive environment. Basically let sexual harassment, assault and other crimes occur with little consequence. Jeff Thanks for being on Katie K. Rick. It's crazy. Brilliant. You're exactly right. This is a rather horrific story. Is now a result in the firing or suspension of 14 officers and senior Listen soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, for the reasons you describe spurred, perhaps In the last few months by the grisly killing of one specialist fourth. Carrie asked Vanessa Gillian And there are reports says this investigation unfolding that though she had been suffering from sexual harassment as she was unwilling to bring this to the attention of a chain of command for fear of retaliation by other members of the unit. Across the board. The review committee that investigated this found that I'm quoting here a deficient climate. It was not only not only effective you implementing, allowed and not to effectively in front, I should say this sexual harassment assault. Response program, resulting in soldiers having a lack of confidence in their team to command and significant and reporting of such cases, particularly I listed personnel to general officers. Have now been removed. What I would describe is the widest Relief of senior officers and others at any single base or any single unit that I can recall in my over four decades of being part of the military service or covering Event, the national security We're talking about high ranking officials that were disciplined. Major General Scott eh Flynn, for instance, is way up the command chain. How does this get overlooked? I think is what the American people want to know. Yeah, exactly right In the according to the investigation, you know the optempo that they use on the bases. Nothing excuse too much of an explanation, But the op tempo of the units on the base for a long period time had been undergoing The chain of command became more focus. If you will on those particular operations, and they were on the welfare and care the soldiers that were entrusted their care, which is really a violation. Would argue of your first responsibility as an officer of violation of the Army, army values and in so doing, um, inexplicably allowed a command climate to be created. That actually encouraged these particular things to go UN reported and unpunished, And now the effort has been made very swiftly by the Army with some 70 recommendations. And nine findings by this investigation to quickly write this particular ship, And I think, furthermore, that the Army is moving along quickly on this one, because they realize there are a number of the members of Congress that even prior These most recent events have been calling for the removal of issues of sexual harassment, sexual assault being removed from the uniform code of Military justice removed from the command. Chain of command control in terms of punishment and investigations and being passed over to civilian agencies for the conduct of that, I'm sure the Army figures that they don't get this one right now those calls to do that. We'll just get louder and louder in the halls of Congress. Certainly not gonna go away. Joining us in the disc Institute of Pittsburgh News line is Jeff McCausland from CBS Radio. He's a military consultant who has been Covering this beat as he said for an excess of 40 years, Jeff, I think when you're looking at 14 at Fort Hood, the natural question is. What about other places? What about Bragg? What about Stuart? What about other installations? And what about other branches of service? Is this prevalent other places? I'm sure that this syndicate investigation should widen. You know, before he was fired Event Secretary Defense Marc Caspar and called for increased training on inclusiveness. Diversity and said that you will we is a military service have got to do better and better, And you're right. We'll Fort Hood is perhaps one of our single largest bases with a population over 60,000. And 37,000 service personnel. I'm sure at every base around the country Commanders look at their programs, their procedures talking to their criminal investigation division. By the way. One of the findings by this investigation was the C I. D. The Army investigative arm on that particular base was woefully ill equipped to conduct the investigation is to call upon But all those commanders across the board now around the country and around the world or examine the programs at their disposal. The resource is at their disposal and trying to determine If that was like this, a part of the climate on their particular installation. The other thing that I think is just so absolutely startling for Americans in hearing this news yesterday, as it started to break is that this goes back to something that happened in the spring that disappearance Off an American soldier of Vanessa G. And and the fact then that it took so long for it to come back around. Is there any kind of explanation from from the Army about Why it took so long to get to the bottom of it. So far things you know, Three things seem to being suggestive in response to that one. Is that lack of command emphasis that you know the organizations do what commanders emphasize If commanders don't Emphasized getting to the bottom of what happened. The soldiers there certainly violating responsibilities. But that may have actually, sadly been the case. Second of all, the assumption that has made for many, many years. Across the military. That of a soldier doesn't turn up, you know, for morning training. Here she is. Abs is absent without leave, and they're sort of automatic assumption that that is due to their own choice. One of the things they've actually done here at the onset is actually created a whole new category that not only asked about me but absent unknown absent unknown to spur the investigative arms in the military to find out what happened. That particular service member Why aren't they Were there supposed to be so then? The assumption that always been that your sources outside of particular unit That gets to the military police criminal investigation division connections between those tick your military agencies and practice local law enforcement here in United States. Too quickly then and the soldier or is missing to begin a process very quickly to ascertain did they actually depart on their own volition? Or is something actually happened to them? Very interesting How the assumption has been for years and years that it was because the soldier basically deserted or laughter was AWOL. You think of that as being a deserter rather than in this case, That's something Significantly bad and it happened in terms of the disappearance. And ultimately, the death of Vanessa G. And thank you very much, Jeff for your expertise on this and look forward to visiting with you for years to come here on Katie K. They correct? You bet Jeff McCausland joining us from CBS Radio, his military consultant covering the Fort Hood sex scandal and a lot of the things that are going on in our country right now, as it relates to our military. Important discussions to have and we've got a whole lot more coming up in a lot of talk that we will be able to do love to hear from you as to what you think about this 866391 10 28 66391 10 20 is how you can call in. Let me know what you think about what you heard yesterday from Fort Hood 100.1 FM 10:20 a.m.. It is the.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KGO 810

"He loves to talk about how he loves the military. While simultaneously. He pardons were criminals. He abandons our allies. Hey, takes money away from the Pentagon and sent it down to his wall. So You know, what we've seen is the senior leadership is gone. You know, he fired secretary asked for on Monday. He's going through the Pentagon cleaning house on dear rank and file we've seen, you know, drop away from heaven the same way we've seen from a lot of other independent thinking Americans, but I think that we have to recognize that the Pentagon right He goes through the secretary of defense like Kleenex, and the maddest was was out a long time ago. You had epic Clash historic class with General Mattis and that really hurt him within the rank and file And then in the senior leadership, and I'm no fan of Marc Caspar, the guy he just fired, But this is a massive destruction. That is so bad for our troops or national security and our enemies. Love it. Think about this. We now have an acting secretary of defense that makes the florist acting Secretary of defense under Trump for that have not been vetted for the job by Congress. Imagine having four bosses in four years at your job. Now imagine your job is war. The secretary defense used to be called the Secretary of War, and Trump keeps rolling through them. And now he's got an acting secretary in one of the most precarious two months in American history. Pay Paul. Thank you for your service. I just one of Ah, listeners of the Mark Thompson program is from the 435 area code and asked this since you mentioned the military and the change that cleaning of the house. It is happening at the Pentagon Can a president be removed from office during wartime? Yes, of course happens what's happened in America, Africa trying to do it right? And that's how it should go. Right. Let's be clear about this, and I did a great podcast. On this good, angry Americans that us anywhere you get your pots. I couldn't really didn't deep into what are the national security scenarios that could unfold? I had a conversation with a guy named Jason Dempsey, who's an expert on civil military relations, and we talked through the scenarios of how you know how Trump leave office and he lays it out pretty quickly and says, Look if it's finally legally determined That Trump is no longer president. They'll just they'll just and his key card, he won't be able to scan his key card to get in the White House. Right is detail won't be able to get inside. They're not going to drag him out in handcuffs. The 82nd Airborne isn't gonna jump into the White House and put him in the back of a Humvee. There's just freeze him out, and it looks more and more like Trump is recognizing that and what he's gonna do is is probably leave at some point, maybe kicking and screaming politically, but he's going to set up shop. Outside the White House, like any other political leader would do In a time like this. We've seen in other countries around the world, and then I think he's going to go from being an insider to being an outsider. He's going to start in on position, and if I had to put money on, it will probably run for president again. So the military is going to stay held to the Constitution. They're going to try to be the guard rails. But at the same time, we should be very, very alarmed by the changes that are taking place and are likely to continue to take place in the next couple of days. Well, Do you think that the president should have that sort of unilateral decision making over the nukes? It was born really over the need to sort of beat the Russians to the punch. You know what I mean? When you there was that threat, but But should that has that outlived its usefulness? Or is that the only way to do it? Because you you need to act quickly. I think it has, you know, Obviously we need to be responsive. But now you know you could. You could send the seal team or you can call a new striker. I was sending seal teams and drone strikes on a regular basis and await our founders never could have possibly imagined. So they're the real scenario to be to be concerned about. You know, take trump by the equation. That's hard to do that. But imagine, you know, someone who is on medication or someone who's who's mentally unstable or someone who struck right. Like the very basic reasons you wouldn't let somebody in a car to drive around your neighborhood. You know the same concerns we have about a commander in chief who's not kept in check and the person that watch right now Mark Is the chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mark Milley, that is the senior most member of the military. He's four star that right now is is leading our military. He's clash with Trump publicly in a couple of ways and word is now he's you know, on the hot seat this trump if he tries to fire Milly, which he can do Dad, We've got another create critical guardrail that's gone and Trump just keeps going deeper and farther into the guard rails, putting our nation at risk and our enemies are celebrating. Isis loves this. Putin loves us, so I don't care what your political party is. You've got to recognize that right now We're in danger, and Trump's making it worse. That's what I call him. President May he continues to destroy And dismantle many key elements of this country. But most alarmingly our national security. Give us your podcast again, Paul, I will check it out. It's angry Americans, You could find it anywhere. You know, we always have a focused on national security, defense, foreign policy and first responders..

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Necks and death with Mike Simpson. I'm Charles Feldman. So here's how the reporting was going. The few days after the election would look like Joe Biden was going to get what he needed in terms of electoral college. It was the president needed a few days to fight the legal battles and maybe, you know, process the loss. But Saddened your sources say. Give him some time. Give him some space. And then maybe we won't have some big concession. He won't invite spite into the White House. But he'll go semi graciously. Well, we're now 15 days. From the election. But you know who's counting on Sofala are well, we know one person who still counting that's President Trump. Crystal is a senior political analyst and editor at large at CNN, Chris, Thanks for being with us again. Thank you for having me and I'm I'm one of the people counting. Are you counting two years? That's turn. It's you and that you and the president, so I correct me if I'm wrong, But I can you think of any president of the United States who has spent as much time and energy Contesting. State after state that did not go for him in terms of the voters. I can't can you? No, no, no, absolutely not Contesting is doing a lot of work in your sentence there because I think what he's doing. What he's doing is not just sort of saying. You know, I'd love to look into that. You know, it appears as though Joe Biden one, but it's a close margin in just for the good of my supporters. I just want to make sure that was kind of a vote. Essentially, what he's saying is I won No matter what the vote say, I want in in if the votes say I didn't when it's only because I was treated, But I cannot provide any evidence of being treated. But trust me, I was cheated. I mean, it's It's if it wasn't so serious. It would be funny. It is the way that I've been thinking about it. I mean, it's it's almost comical in his sort of Lack of truth. But we're talking about things like Peaceful transition of power and democracy. And these are not things that you should take lightly or joke about. Unfortunately, 15 days of the election, that is where we are. So what is the endgame for it? Then? If you say he and some illegal team, we'll get out there, and they'll say all of these Lofty claims. But then when you go into court, you have to change your tune because this is a courtroom and you have to actually show things And then there's nothing to be shown. Yeah, look, I saw said earlier today it may be updated, but that's full of they'd had success on one out of 25 suits that they had violent the success that they had had no, the one is. It's in Philadelphia, where they were allowed to get closer in terms of examining the balance, you know, not 60 could actually go and look which Doesn't have anything to do with actual votes. Changing. It just means you can look closer. This is Donald Trump's endgame is always what is best for Donald Trump's personal and financial and political interests. He has never really had the best interest of the country at heart. He sees the government as sort of his Her snow play thing you know he talks about why did the Justice Department not be with investigation that I asked him to do? He uses friends like my generals and my military. He doesn't sort of understand that the presidency was there before him, as was the federal bureaucracy in it, and it will be They're after him. So he's in game I think is Dragged this out as much as possible. Never concede, make vacation. You were cheated, Despite all evidence to the contrary, and then at least keep the prospect of running again out there. Because again it is in his personal financial and political interests. Let me ask what may be a kind of pedestrian question. But as president of the United States he is getting after all paid by taxpayers to do Whatever it is, and I confess, I don't know what a president actually does minute to minute, but presumably, they do something like doesn't think things like that. What is the actual other than sitting in the White House? Trying to overturn the results of an election. What is he actually doing? For the money he's being paid to the president of the United States. Now I believe he has four go on a presidential salary that said it's still He could still be elected president of the United States for you know, I think it's 63 more days what he was doing, I can answer relatively clearly, judging from Publix, what we know he's done in public. He is golfing and Gulf Book twice last weekend and twice this past weekend at his Course in Virginia. He is tweeting. Now He's always tweeting, right? That's sort of an evergreen. But he's tweeting even more, and he's tweeting Maurer, things that are blatantly false. He is thinking about military interventions. He we know from reporting that he contemplated tactician but is about protecting targeting. Iran's nuclear program. He is drawing down troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, and then he's firing people. I mean those air since it right, Marc Caspar! Was removed. The guy the guy with the election, sort of the election security guy at the federal level. Chris Crab was removed last night. He's eliminated number of civilian people within the Defense Department replaced them with oil. So She may be doing other things private with behind the scenes, but that's what we know of what he's doing publicly. I'll know he is. This is the 11th day today that he is no public events on his schedule. Since the election, and it's now the 15th Day that he is not people any questions from reporters. They're a couple more names on that firing. Maybe to do list right big ones..

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"marc caspar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:49 min | 3 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Jen O'Malley. Dillon, who will be deputy chief of staff, chief campaigns, trying to just like Donald Lin has been named senior advisor to the president. Louisiana Congressman Cedric Richmond will be senior advisor on director of the White House Office of Public Engagement. Richmond is among those slamming the president Trump for not giving the president elect the access. He is do, having won the election, continuing to press upon the Trump administration to Engaged in a full fledged transition. The president elect has not been receiving the daily intelligence briefings and today instead meets with diplomatic, intelligence and defense experts. He's also been denied meetings with the White House Coronavirus task force and has put his own panel together. Georgia recount continues with the Republican secretary of state, claiming that Lindsey Graham implied in a phone call that he should find a way to toss out legally cast ballots during the state's hand recount. Bread rations, Berger told CBS News. He's going to do his job and do it accurately making sure that we have election integrity is very important. It's making sure that we we finished the drill that we make sure we count all legal boats and at the end of the day, and that's what this audit is going to do. We're gonna count every single paper ballot. And then those will be the results, and that is what the state will certify. Graham called his allegation ridiculous. A new report says Joe Biden wants to be careful about investigations into Donald Trump once he leaves office. NBC news sites. Five people familiar with the discussions as saying the president elect is concerned about such probes further dividing the nation. Ah, warning from the NATO secretary general not to do it. Correspondent Karen Travers reports President Trump is likely to move ahead with the plan to significantly draw down troops from Afghanistan. President Trump is expected to issue orders by the end of this week that will reduce troop levels in Afghanistan from 4500 to 2500 by mid January. Presidents also expected to withdraw about 500 troops from Iraq, where there are currently 3000. U. S service members. President Trump's firing of Marc Caspar as defense secretary and installing Chris Miller as acting secretary sparks speculation that the president would withdraw all 4500 u. S troops from Afghanistan. There's word President Trump asked advisers about a possible strike on a nuclear site in Iran. The New York Times says. This was last week after the International Atomic Energy Agency issued a report that said Tehran stockpiles of uranium had reached 12 times the limits set in the 2015 deal that the president backed out of two years ago. Paper, says the vice president, secretary of state acting Defense Secretary and Joint Chiefs chairman all talked him out of it, saying it could lead to a larger conflict. Wins news time. 12 50 There was a bill heading to Governor Phil Murphy's death designed to help prevent another horror. Like what happened back in July. It would make it a crime to publish or share the home address of any judge. This comes following the fatal shooting of the son of Judge Esther Salis when a gunman showed up at the family's home dressed is a delivery man. The judge's husband was also shot and has since recovered. Yesterday. The bill a 16 49 passed unanimously in both houses of the New Jersey state legislature. Bridget Quinn's boat, Live this morning with NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea and asked him about the numbers due to gun violence in the city. The new numbers, he revealed a sobering statistic. Shootings have nearly doubled this year offices around, they're pulling guns off the street every day. It's just wait. We need to re calibrate and And get some of these very dangerous people that will not listen and put guns down to get them off the street. She says. The homicide rate is up about 35% this year. As for what role the department plays and dealing with the uptick in covert cases, he says they're working with other city agencies to help hand out masks and a responding to calls of large groups. Wins news time. 12 51 Let's get traffic.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Wins news time. 10 47 a new report says Joe Biden wants to be careful about investigations into Donald Trump once he leaves office. NBC NEWS SITES Five people familiar with the discussions is saying the president elect is concerned about such probes further dividing the nation. They say. Specifically, he's worried about the ongoing federal tax investigations and the possibility that prosecutors would challenge any orders made by the outgoing president to grant immunity to members of the staff before January, 20th So far. No comment from Biden spokespeople. Meanwhile, today the president elect meets with diplomatic, intelligence and defense experts. That's because he's still not receiving the daily intelligence briefing from the government because the G S a is yet to formally recognize him as the president elect. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is disputing acclaim from Georgia's Republican secretary of state that Graham seemed to suggest to him that he find a way to toss out legally cast ballots during Georgia's hand recount. Bread Rapids, Berger told CBS News. He's going to do this job and do it accurately, Sure that we have election integrity is very important. It's making sure that we we finished the drill that we make sure we count all legal boats and I did the day. That's what this audit is going to do. We're gonna count every single paper ballot. And then those will be the results and that is what the state will certify. He also said that he and his wife have been getting death threats, although he did not say from whom. Ah, warning from the NATO secretary general not to do it. Correspondent Karen Travers reports President Trump is likely to move ahead with his plan to significantly draw down troops from Afghanistan. President Trump is expected to issue orders by the end of this week that will reduce troop levels in Afghanistan from 4500 to 2500 by mid January. The president's also expected to withdraw about 500 troops from Iraq. Fuck where there are currently 3000 U. S service members. President Trump's firing of Marc Caspar as defense secretary and installing Chris Miller as acting secretary sparks speculation that the president would withdraw all 4500 U. S troops from Afghanistan earlier this month. CNN says a classified memo from then Defense Secretary Mark Esper warned the president not to make this move. There is word President Trump asked advisers about a possible strike on a nuclear site in Iran. The New York Times says This was last week after the International Atomic Energy Agency issued a report It said Tehran stockpiles of uranium had reached 12 times the limit set in the 2015 nuclear deal that the president backed out of two years ago. The paper, says Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley all talked him out of it. Wins news time. 10 50 It appears another innocent bystanders been caught in the line of fire in New York City. This time, a 52 year old woman outside to 50 Park Hill Avenue on Staten Island. She's now critical after a dark sedan pulled up in front of the apartment complex about seven last night Rapid gunfire. 52 year old standing in the lobby, talking to several others was hit in the head that additional gunfire. Some of it went through windows on the second floor, at least two other cars, also with bullet holes in the windows. Police determine who the target was. Obviously they want to know who did the shooting Freddie walk by this building on his way to work, shaking his head right now. It's getting a little scary around here. I don't know. You know what the circumstances were, if it was a random attack or deliver it now, in July, about a block and a half from here, a 32 year old man was struck and killed by a stray bullet. Well, he was at a barbecue. Spike and gun violence in this community is dramatic. 120th precinct 20 shooting so far this year 10 the same period last year. Glenn Schuck 10 10 wins the Clifton section of Staten Island wins news time. 10 51. Let's get traffic.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KTOK

"President elect Biden works to put together his administration to take over in January. There are changes at the Pentagon. Now, some under secretaries have quit and been replaced after defense Secretary Mark Esper was terminated in a trump tweets securing America following the firing of defense secretary Marc Caspar president Trump tapping director of the National Counterterrorism Center Christopher Miller to fill the role in an acting capacity. So who is he? Miller served in the Army beginning in 1983 later in special forces into combat operations in Afghanistan in Iraq as a contractor in intelligence with a history degree from George Washington University, a master of arts degree in national security studies from the Naval War College, he served as the senior director for communications and transnational threats at the National Security Council. Jeff Manasso, Fox News for all the anti police and racial justice protester got destructive in many cities. Florida's governor wants to prevent them in his state. The bill from Republican Ron De Santis would allow the use of force by civilians against looters. The Miami Herald reports to Santa's also wants to make it a felony to block traffic during a protest. And offer immunity to drivers who accidentally killed or injured demonstrators who do so Ah form of Miami Dade Prosecutor calls the proposal dangerous and says Boston tea Party members would have been justifiably shot under such a law. Hamburg, Adi Fox News on Wall Street stocks could drop We have doubt futures down more than 100 points. Markets are mixed overseas that after another split decision this time reversed the Dow dropped 23 points. The NASDAQ rebounded with him more than 200 Point game next hour. The Masters is supposed to tee off in Augusta, Georgia, where bad weather could interrupt play today for Tiger Woods and the 91 other golfers. Major tournament is normally in April was.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Put together his administration to take over in January. There are changes at the Pentagon. Now, some under secretaries have quit and been replaced after defense Secretary Mark Esper was terminated in a trump tweets securing America following the firing of defense secretary Marc Caspar president Trump tapping director of the National Counterterrorism Center Christopher Miller to fill the role in an acting capacity. So who is he? Miller served in the Army beginning in 1983 later in special forces ended combat operations in Afghanistan in Iraq as a contractor in intelligence with a history degree from George Washington University, a master of arts degree in national security studies from the Naval War College. He served as the senior director for communications and transnational threats at the National Security Council. Jeff Manasso, Fox News for all the anti police and racial justice protester got destructive in many cities. Florida's governor wants to prevent them in his state. The bill from Republican Ron to Santis would allow the use of force by civilians against looters. The Miami Herald reports to Santa's also wants to make it a felony to block traffic during a protest. And offer immunity to drivers who accidentally killed or injured demonstrators who do so Ah form of Miami Dade Prosecutor calls the proposal dangerous and says Boston tea Party members would have been justifiably shot under such a law. Hamburg, Adi Fox News on Wall Street stocks could drop We have doubt futures down more than 100 points. Markets are mixed, oversees the day after another split decision, the time reversed the Dow dropped 23 points. The NASDAQ rebounded with more than 200 Point game next hour. The Masters is supposed to tee off in Augusta, Georgia, where bad weather could interrupt play today for Tiger Woods and the 91 other golfers. Major tournament is normally in April was.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Well. President elect Biden works to put together his administration to take over in January. There are changes at the Pentagon. Now, some under secretaries have quit and been replaced after defense Secretary Mark Esper was terminated in a trump tweets securing America following the firing of defense secretary Marc Caspar president Trump tapping director of the National Counterterrorism Center Christopher Miller to fill the role in an acting capacity. So who is he? Miller served in the Army beginning in 1980. Three later in special forces and in combat operations in Afghanistan in Iraq as a contractor in intelligence with a history degree from George Washington University, a master of arts degree in national security studies from the Naval War College, he served as the senior director for communications and transnational threats at the National Security Council. Jeff Manasso, Fox News for all the anti police and racial justice protester got destructive in many cities. Florida's governor wants to prevent them in his state. The bill from Republican Ron to Santis would allow the use of force by civilians against looters. The Miami Herald reports to Santa's also wants to make it a felony to block traffic during a protest. And offer immunity to drivers who accidentally killed or injured demonstrators who do so Ah form of Miami Dade Prosecutor calls the proposal dangerous and says Boston tea Party members would have been justifiably shot under such a law. Hamburg, Adi Fox News on Wall Street stocks could drop We have doubt futures down more than 100 points. Markets are mixed, oversees the day after another split decision this time reversed, the Dow dropped 23 points. The NASDAQ rebounded with him more than 200 Point game next hour. The Masters is supposed to tee off in Augusta, Georgia, where bad weather could interrupt play today for Tiger Woods and the 91 other golfers. Major tournament is normally in.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"News radio subscribe Now to hear a perspective of news. You won't find anywhere else. Listen, now we're going to a fox news podcasts dot com. Well. President elect Biden works to put together his administration to take over in January. There are changes at the Pentagon. Now, some under secretaries have quit and been replaced after defense Secretary Mark Esper was terminated in a trump tweets securing America following the firing of defense secretary Marc Caspar president Trump tapping director of the National Counterterrorism Center Christopher Miller to fill the role in an acting capacity. So who is he? Miller served in the Army beginning in 1980. Three later in special forces into combat operations in Afghanistan in Iraq as a contractor in intelligence with a history degree from George Washington University. Ah, master of arts degree in National security studies from the Naval War College, he served as the senior director for communications and transnational threats at the National Security Council. Jeff Manasso, Fox News for all the anti police and racial justice protester got destructive in many cities. Florida's governor wants to prevent them in his state. The bill from Republican Ron De Santis would allow the use of force by civilians against looters. The Miami Herald reports to Santa's also wants to make it a felony to block traffic during a protest. And offer immunity to drivers who accidentally killed or injured demonstrators who do so. Ah, former Miami Dade prosecutor calls the proposal dangerous and says Boston tea Party members would have been justifiably shot under such a law. Hamburg, Adi Fox News on Wall Street stocks could drop We have doubt futures down more than 100 points. Markets are mixed overseas that after another split decision this time reversed the Dow dropped 23 points. The NASDAQ rebounded with him more than 200 Point game next hour. The Masters is supposed to tee off in Augusta, Georgia, where bad weather could interrupt play today for Tiger Woods and the 91 other golfers. Major tournament is normally in April was pushed back two this week in this current crisis. I'm Dave Anthony, and this is Fox News. Tom has been a teacher for over 40 years..

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"President elect Biden works to put together his administration to take over in January. There are changes at the Pentagon now some undersecretaries of quit and been replaced after Defense Secretary Mark Esper was terminated in a trump tweet securing America following the firing of defense secretary Marc Caspar president Trump tapping director of the National Counterterrorism Center Christopher Miller to fill the role in an acting capacity. So who is he? Miller served in the Army beginning in 1980. Three later in special forces and in combat operations in Afghanistan in Iraq as a contractor in intelligence with a history degree from George Washington University, a master of arts degree in national security studies from the Naval War College, he served as the senior director for communications and transnational threats at the National Security Council. Jeff Manasso Fox News. After all, the anti police and racial justice protester got destructive in many cities. Florida's governor wants to prevent them in his state. The bill from Republican Ron to Santis would allow the use of force by civilians against looters. The Miami Herald reports to Santa's also wants to make it a felony to block traffic during a protest. And offer immunity to drivers who accidentally killed or injured demonstrators who do so Ah form of Miami Dade Prosecutor calls the proposal dangerous and says Boston tea Party members would have been justifiably shot under such a law. Hamburg, Adi Fox News on Wall Street stocks could drop We have doubt futures down more than 100 points. Markets are mixed, oversees the day after another split decision this time reversed, the Dow dropped 23 points. The NASDAQ rebounded with more than 200 Point game next hour. The Masters is supposed to tee off in Augusta, Georgia, where bad weather could interrupt play today for Tiger Woods and the 91 other golfers. Major tournament is normally in April was.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:10 min | 4 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They gave him a few days to Essentially get over it, and the president did not. So the president is insisting on carrying out this resistance and in a sense, it's a bit of a charade. But on another level it is Dangerous because there are important things that need to be going forward in the transition. But let's just talk about Bill Bar Bill Bar has told his people get out there and find something if that is a substantial something But he has not said Go out and find something or else. He has not done. What did happen in the Department of Justice Back in George W. Bush's day, which was an order that went out telling every U. S attorney Especially in big cities to find voter fraud. Find it You have to find it and when people pushed back and said they couldn't they were fired, so we're not quite to that ground yet. I think it's important to parse bars statements very carefully. It is alarming or on that Richard killed her. The head of the election crimes branch has stepped down and stepped on, presumably because of this, and Also have suddenly a lot of people almost housecleaning in the Department of Defense, where Mark Casper was fired, or at least a gutting of the Department of Defense to get a lot of people very nervous and concerned and anxious, and you know, I don't want Oh, amplify this to any great degree, but it's understandable. You've also had Um, well, NBC general counsel Michael Ellis has been hired to atone East temporarily. But Michael Kuperberg, I'm thinking of Michael's now who is climate scientist has also stepped down. There's a lot of changes going on. There's a lot of rumors about people stepping down like Christopher Wray and Do the housework. Yes, I don't think they will step down voluntarily. I think both of those individuals feel that they have long term tenure on their jobs. Both of them were given those jobs by President Trump. And it is known that Christopher Wray has displeased the president by not producing The case that the president was looking for with respect to how the entire Mueller investigation probably was was originally rather than finally originally begun. The president had a particular view of that. He wanted that to be reality, And that was not with the FBI produced because, apparently, according to the Senate Intelligence Committee, led by Republicans, there isn't a case there. So all of these people have displeased the president That goes from Mark Esper as well, who is critical of the president back in June, when there were people protesting outside the White House, and the president wanted to use the Pentagon against them wanted to use armed services, active armed services against them? That was part of the problem with Marc Caspar. And the people that are being replaced in the Pentagon down the road are very enter there down. The power structure are very interesting as well. The retired three star Admiral Joseph Kernan, Who was enables, see single officer Navy Seal officer and had served as undersecretary of defense for intelligence is being replaced by a 34 year old who most recently was an acting assistant secretary for special operations. 34 years old. This is the sort of thing that gets people's attention also AH, former aide to Devon Notice the California congressman who was such a great defender of the president in the impeachment matter. Of one of his aides is now being given an important job. There are number of people of very little experience but great demonstrated loyalty to the president who are suddenly popping up in these acting positions or in temporary positions. Trump loyalists for the most part, and they're giving people a lot of positive concern. I mean, I've even heard the C word coup raised on a number of occasions and we could perhaps talk about that. But I want to go back to Georgia, which has been Covered by Seema matter who's with US political reporter for the L A Times and she would like you to cast some light on this because you have essentially a couple of Republicans who are running for reelection and they run off in January, and a lot will depend on that election, including the majority. Who holds a majority in the Senate, But they're criticizing the secretary of state, actually asking for resignation of a fellow Republican secretary of state is they believe that the Election is fraudulent. Right, Let's in this secretary State, as he said his Republican and is one of a number of Republicans in some of these key battleground states who have been pushing back against the president's claims of Ah, voter fraud and rigged elections and inappropriate behavior s O George is really obscene that at first when we learned that I was gonna go to a recount, it was supposed to be an automatic a scanned recount. Which where you re scan all of the ballots that was supposed to take about a week. But now that we're learning that sent me a hand recount that could take so much longer, so and we're estimating that that that scanned recount would be done. About the end of the math, like maybe a little after Thanksgiving, maybe a little bit before with the hand recount we're going well into December is that there's even more uncertainty into this process. And if you look at recounts, there have been studies them was one group for counter fair, But it looks like every statewide election since 2000, which is thousands and thousands of elections, and there were 31 recounts statewide that took place across the country. Of those, only three were successful. The best majority were not successful in the margins were far, far smaller. What you're talking about in Georgia or in any of these other states. Let me bring our listeners into this. What's your reaction to the day's political news? You could give us a call now and invite you to do that.

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KGO 810

"We saw that in this election, we saw that they're sick of both parties. They want people to put country first. I think they're bothered by the extremism we see in both parties and the division on they can also swing elections. One of the most under reported stories of the election is how veterans voted. Trump had over 60% approval in the active duty military, and it dropped over the summer and into the fall, and Biden actually took a lead. And if you think that doesn't matter, Look at Arizona. Arizona is a place where Trump attacked John McCain for four years at the place of the high percentage of veterans, a high active duty population a lot of retirees, and that could have meant the difference in a place like Arizona place like Pennsylvania and allow these other close to state, So it's a really influential, important part of our population, and they're going to be even more critical in the months and days to come. Again. The series is on vice, and it's called while the rest of us die on secrets for America's shadow government. I, You know, Paul. I am struck by the fact that as you say veterans are are not a monolith. But what we've heard is that Trump has lost the Leadership of the military. The top really doesn't like him. They see him as someone who has run afoul of the Constitution. They see him as someone whose self serving or some version of that I've heard this and read this from many people, some of whom are pretty connected at the top, but They also suggest that rank and file actually there is a spark to trump. Can you give me your thoughts on that? Yeah, it's much more complicated than all that. I think that everybody likes to use. Our military is the ultimate political problem. Don't know Trump that more than anybody we've ever seen, right. He loves to wrap himself in the flag. He loves to talk about how he loved military while simultaneously. He pardons were criminals. He abandons our allies. Hey, takes money away from the Pentagon and send it down to his wall. So You know, what we've seen is the senior leadership is gone. You know, he fired Secretary Esper on Monday. He's going through the Pentagon cleaning house. Onda rank and file we've seen, you know, drop away from heading the same way with a scene from a lot of other independent Americans, but I think that we have to recognize at the Pentagon, right? He goes through the secretary of defense like Kleenex. Maddest was spotted was out a long time ago. Yet at the Clash historic class with General Mattis and I really heard him within the rank and file and within the leadership. I don't know. Fan of Marc Caspar, the guy he just fired, but this is a massive destruction. They so bad for our troops, our national security and our enemies. Love it. Think about this. We now have an acting secretary of defense that makes the florist acting Secretary of Defense under Trump, four that have not been vetted for the job by Congress. Imagine having four bosses in four years at your job. Now imagine you're job is war. The secretary of defense used to be called the Secretary of War, and Trump keeps rolling through them. And now he's got an acting secretary in one of the most precarious two months in America Pay Paul. Thank you for your service. I just one of the listeners of the Mark Thompson program is from the 435 area code and asked this Since you mentioned the military and the change the cleaning of the house that is happening at the Pentagon, can a president be removed from office during wartime? Yes, it happens, that it's happened and try to do it right. I mean, and that's how it should go right like Let's be clear about this and I did a great podcast. On this good angry Americans at us anywhere, you get a positive ID really digging deep into what are the national security scenarios that could unfold? I had a conversation with a guy named Jason Dempsey, who's an expert on civil military relations, and we talked through the scenarios of how you know how Trump leave office, and he easily lays it out pretty quickly and look if it's finally legally determined. That that Trump is no longer president. They'll just they'll just and his key card, he won't be able to scan his key card to get in the White House right is won't be able to get inside. They're not going to drag him out in handcuffs. 82nd Airborne isn't going to jump into the White House and put him in the back of the Humvee. Just freeze him out, and it looks more and more like Trump is recognizing that and what he's going to do is it's probably leave at some point, maybe kicking and screaming politically, but you're going to set up shop. Outside the White House, like any other political leader would do In a time like this. We've seen in other countries around the world, and then I think he's going to go from being an insider to be an outsider. He's going to start in opposition, and if I had to put money on, it will probably run for president again. So the military is going to stay held to the Constitution. They're going to try to be the guard rails. But at the same time, we should be very, very alarmed by the changes that are taking place and are likely to continue to take place in the next couple of days. Paul. Do you think that the president should have that sort of unilateral decision making over the nukes? It was born really over the need to sort of beat the Russians to the punch. You know what I mean? When you were there was that threat, But But should that has that outlived its usefulness? Or is that the only way to do it? Because you you need to act quickly. I think it has, you know, Obviously we need to be responsive. But now you know you could. You could send a seal team or you can call. The next driver were sending seal teams and drone strikes on a regular basis and await our founders never could've possibly imagined. So they're the real scenario to be to be concerned about is, you know, take Trump out of the equation. That's our do that. But imagine You know someone who is on medication or someone who's who's mentally unstable or someone who's drunk, right. Like very basic reasons. You wouldn't let somebody in a car to drive around your neighborhood, you know, are the same concerns we have about a commander in chief has not kept in check. And the person that watched right now part is the chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mark Milley, that is the senior most a member of the military. He's a four star that right now is leading our military..

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"marc caspar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"marc caspar" Discussed on KOMO

"With ELISA Jaffe. I'm Rick Fan size Our editor, Jeremy Greater Technical Direction today By Kelly Blair. Marc Caspar is no longer the Defense Secretary President Trump tweeted. The desperate has been terminated effective immediately thanked him for his service. Christopher Miller will now be the acting defense secretary to King County Sheriff's officers shot and wounded this afternoon, both hospitalized but neither with life threatening injuries short time ago. One of them was released from Harbor View. This all happened at a wooden ville apartment complex on Northeast one 83rd, a third person believed to have been the shooter who was involved in a car prowl. Was dead at the same over the next several weeks. We should get a better idea of how the Biden White House is going to function and who is the most is most likely to be appointed to Cabinet positions as the U. S economy slogs through and hopefully recovers from the covert 19 pandemic. The Treasury secretary is going to have a leading role. Economic reporter Rachel Siegel is covering this for the Washington Post and spoke with Come was Taylor Vance Ice? Tell me about this Federal Reserve governor who might get the job? Who is she? Absolutely so I'll just press is saying that these types of decisions are very much in flux. Obviously, the election was only called a couple of days ago, and it might be a couple of weeks before the Biden administration or transition administration puts forward a formal candidates. But I have been looking at Federal Reserve Governor Whale Brainerd, who have been Treasuries top financial diplomat essentially during the Obama administration. Her supporters point to her policy making experience those during and in the wake of the great recession when she was a Treasury as well as now, when she's been very heavily involved in the Federal Reserve's response to the Corona virus can pick his brain or the kind of person who would likely be confirmed by the Senate. You know, it's hard to know those who support her within the Democratic Party say that she would be AH, be able to bridge the two wings of the Democratic Party that President elect Biden was able to in this admission in this past election. There are some people farther on the left, who had been pushing for more progressive candidates such as Senator Elizabeth Warren. There are also those perhaps closer, Teo, you know, Wall Street or banking industries who say that You know, Governor Brainard has dissented on policies that rolled back banking regulations since the great recession, But many people do point to her as a middle ground that would be able to get through a Senate confirmation. No matter who gets the job. What are the first issues likely to come across the desk of the next Treasury secretary? Right? So no matter what the Biden transition team has been emphasizing a stimulus package as a top priority come Inauguration day in January, and Governor Brainard has been among those at the Fed who had been pushing for Or help from Congress and obviously, regardless to the Treasury secretary is going to be here she would be coming to office at a time of really enormous consequences for the economy. We still have a pandemic that is raging. We're breaking new case count record each day, and that is really heavily intertwined with what a stable economic recovery would look like getting out of this recession. Steven Steven Mnuchin is the current Treasury secretary, one of the few remaining original Cabinet members for President Trump. Is there any comparison between men Yushin and Brainard? You know, I not exactly sure that I could speak to that. So obviously Secretary Mnuchin, you know has been part of the Trump Administration, hey, has been very heavily involved in not only the stimulus package that carries act that would pass in March, but also in more recent negotiations with House Democrats. In trying to reach another deal. More recently, he also has worked very closely with Federal Reserve chair Gerald Powell, who was also put in that position by Trump. In that, you know, Treasury and the Fed work very closely together and implementing some of those programs and people that I spoke with about well, Brainard say that she, too, would bring a very close working relationship. With the current said share, which could help implement another stimulus package. Or at least you know, bring a really deep understanding about what that has been doing now. Rachel Siegal with US on Camo news, economic reporter for The Washington Post. You can always find her coverage online at washingtonpost dot com. Rachel thank you very much. And that's Como's Taylor Vance Ice 5 50 rubs with now with your Komal propel insurance Money Update from Seattle business magazines. The Dow skyrocketed. 834 points to close at 1 29,058, after fighter and bio in text said their covert vaccine was more than 90% effective. NASDAQ Lost 1 81 of the S and P. 500 Rose 41 north from stock took off. It closed at 16 16 per share, a gain of more than 25% after an analyst praised the company's strategy with this off price rack stores and said the company was positioned to gain market share. And stock it Seattle's have five networks jumped more than 7% today after the networking software company said it would repurchase $1 billion worth of stock the next two years. This's Rob Smith with Seattle Business magazine for Comeau News. Be sure to catch the.

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