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No In-Person Learning Monday For Chicago Public Schools

Bob Sirott

02:54 min | 10 months ago

No In-Person Learning Monday For Chicago Public Schools

"Is no in person learning today for Chicago Public school students over the weekend Mayor Late put ordered all Chicago public school teachers. Do not have permission to stay home do the medical concerns to come back to the classroom today? Still no deal between the schools and the Chicago Teachers Union. And as of last night, CTU. Let's see. Said all students should continue remote learning CPS CEO Dr Janice Jackson was on face the nation yesterday. Here's a little bit of what she said when asked about re opening in Chicago goal right now is T get a resolution. CTU has made it clear that they want a deal. We share those same sentiments. But we're still far apart on a couple of key issues such as vaccination on D, How we account for accommodations for individuals who maybe are just, you know, petrified to come back into schools because of Kobe. We believe that we have to Reopen schools. We've been closed for almost a year now and as a school system, we're starting to see some of the effects of schools being closed. Many of our students aren't logging on. We're seeing African American and latte next students in particular being especially hard hit, and our goal is to really give every parent and option. Those families who want to remain remote will have that option through the remainder of the school year. But we have thousands of families who want an in person option because there is essential workers themselves. So on that CDC plan. I know this report this week got a lot of attention, really urging schools to reopen on DSI ng that transmission can be stopped if master warning their social distancing, But the same report said there should still be restrictions in the community, and it's cited indoor dining. Chicago has already opened its bars and restaurants. How do you feel about that? Yeah, I think we've learned a lot about re opening from the past spring. Definitely prioritizing the reopening of schools has to be at the top of the list. And our mayor has done that. We have re opened bars and restaurants at limited capacity here in the city. But one thing that was really important in that report is that it showed that community spread does not necessarily impact. I'm sprint within a particular school and that implementing mitigating mitigation strategies with Fidelity. Actually is more successful, You know, lead to more success with re opening, and so we're focused on that We have a solid plan in place that goes above and beyond the guidance that we've heard from city as well, a CDC officials and we believe that we can safely reopen and we've been open for three weeks or we have been over for three weeks with a great degree of success, so the time is now for students to return to the classroom. Go public schools CEO Dr Janice Jackson on CBS yesterday. Interviewed by Margaret Brennan on

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Schumer says Trump should not remain president for 'one day longer'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Schumer says Trump should not remain president for 'one day longer'

"Says the president betrayed his office and supporters, correspondent Margaret Brennan says Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer's called for invoking the 25th amendment to remove Mr Trump from office, not just chattering political speculation. There is deep concern about the president's state of mind. FBI vows to make

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Keiper in Chicago. Congress makes it official. It's for president of the United States are as follows. Joseph R. Biden Jr of the State of Delaware, has received 306 votes. Donald J. Trump of the State of Florida has received 232 votes affirming President elect Joe Biden's victory. Congress rejected GOP challenges to Electoral college votes in Arizona and Pennsylvania. The process took a lot longer than expected to do violent protests. CBS Estephe Dorsey on Capitol Hill, Baker. The vice president and the United States Senate. The joint session of Congress reconvened after lawmakers returned to their chambers hours after being evacuated Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. We will not Belle Lawlessness. Or intimidation. But a group of Republicans, led by Missouri Senator Josh Holy, insisted the president's election fraud concerns ought to be investigated. This is the place with those objections are to be heard. Steve Dorsey CBS NEWS Capitol Hill, CBS News has learned that there has been discussion among some White House Cabinet members about the possibility Invoking the 25th amendment and removing President Trump from office. CBS is Margaret Brennan. You do know that at the highest levels of the Trump administration, the top advisers to the president Had been discussing personally whether they would need to go ahead and support an effort to invoke the 25th amendment. These were early talks. The stage. Our latest reporting.

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Senate to vote on overriding Trump's veto of defense bill

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Senate to vote on overriding Trump's veto of defense bill

"Drama and 2020 and start 2021 is GOP senators are ignoring President Trump's demand to increase the $600 Covad 19 8 checks to $2000. They're also said to override his veto of a major defense bill. I talked about the possibility of bigger covert aid checks after the new session opens Sunday with Margaret Brennan, moderator of Face the Nation on CBS. Right now, there's very little political momentum and Republican leadership toe actually do that, and Go back to Republican leadership and underscored we don't know yet how certain it will be who is in charge until after we get through January 5th and that key election in the state of Georgia, which will determine the majority. In the Senate on that is really interesting race for down onto the wire. We have both, UM President, President elect Biden and the vice president elect going down there to hold rallies to try to get democratic support to the polls. So that Democrats can potentially pull off a win, in which case that changes the conversation for what becomes possible after the new Congress. On

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Margaret Brennan World Drive forward a six hour face a nation's Sunday morning on CBS, and she needs to figure out where to start. Margaret, you're gonna have the advantage of a Georgia event is the president goes to Georgia to begin facing nation on Sunday on CBS. There will be an adjustment made off that. What do the Democrats want President Trump to do in Georgia? Well, they are hoping he will help the Democratic candidates like John Assaraf actually route the Republicans in what is typically a ruby red State basically defy the odds, and they're hoping the president's own words will help. Hurt his party. Essentially because the president is out there telling the world that the state of Georgia in particular was corrupted was influenced was rigged in terms of how their election was conducted, even though thus far the recounts have on. Lee continued to Come back with the same outcome, which is that Joe Biden won that state with the majority of voters. So the president is both times saying, Don't trust the elections but also come out and vote in January. And those two things are at odds with the limited time that we have with you. I know Paul's got a whole series of questions. I Have to ask you about Aaron Rapoport in an air Erin Burke earlier in the Washington Post, both talking about the judicial history. Of pardoning your family or pardoning people. Pre felons. This folks is a better wheelhouse of CBS for at least 40 years. So I think, Go there. One of your legal experts told you About the efficacy of a trump. Pardon of, say, Mr Kushner. We know through reporting at CBS that the president has floated these ideas of pardoning family members, including his son in law, It's not yet clear exactly for what and whether it would truly in some ways, protect them over absolved them because it wouldn't insulate against state prosecution. For example, if New York State continues to charge ahead with its potential Prosecution of his family members for tax evasion. For example, Esso it would absolutely be yet another devastation of norms by the president. It would make people within his own party uncomfortable. The president's daughter, Ivanka Trump yesterday was tweeting out evidence that she says should help absolve her of these accusations that there was at least when it comes to inaugural funding some some insider dealings here that benefited their company, the Trump Organization. Margaret Brennan, CBS News Face Nation this Sunday on the CBS television network. What's on your agenda. Well, we have to follow the numbers and they're staggering. I mean, look at this. Nearly 3000 people died on Wednesday on one day alone from Cove in 19. And we have Dr Fauci is saying This isn't even the surge yet. This is where this is the baseline. We're starting from an add on to that within the next two weeks. What happened with those Thanksgiving gathering? So we're going to talk about hospital capacity. We're going out to Nebraska, the chief executive officer of their medical center's gonna talk to us. They're specialist in infectious diseases. So arguably some of the best prepared to handle a surge like this. How do you do that? How do you and at what point do all the medical advances get offset by the sheer numbers? Of infections. We want to talk about preparedness with him with Dr Scott got leave when it comes to vaccine roll out within the next week or two on go to Chicago to their mayor, Lori Lightfoot, who has actually been praised. She's a Democrat, but she has been praised by the Head of the coronavirus task force. Essentially market. So how is the Washington establishment kind of dealing with the White House right now? And obviously lame duck White House on distill the president's keeping extraordinary. The low profile in terms of the pop public profile. It's pretty shocking if you if you take the trump factor out and and say, you know, he's always the exception to the rule. But if you consider that the commander in chief has been silent on this nation's worst public health crisis in at least 100 years while we were in the darkest period of it, that's fairly shocking. He is not out there messaging that we know the vice president at least, is getting briefed daily, according to Dr Deborah Berk's Who said that last Sunday she couldn't say or wouldn't say when the last time that the president even attended. Meeting on covert was the Washington Post and CBS reported It was at least five months ago. So the president is not engaging on this, which is fairly discouraging. But at this point, you know it's not clear the federal government can do much. It's kind of everyone's personal responsibility, Margaret. I know on your Bloomberg terminal that you've got in your desk at CBS. You see the 10 year yield moving that you guys give us for free, right? 100.7%, you know, you know. Folks that long ago and far away at Davos. I'd had one too many drinks in me, and I promised Margaret and Bloomberg terminal for the rest of her life market. I got a yield moving. The yield is telling me that the senator from Kentucky will come to his senses and there will be a stimulus Does this job's report challenging? Is this market response? Tell Mitch McConnell get a deal done. That is the hope of many lawmakers right now, because you know this. This has been that Unfinished deal for God knows how long but at least this week we're talking about momentum. $2 trillion asked by the Democrats came down to 908 billion, but McConnell continues to say he wants to shape some some dollars off of that. So we are not yet at the bill writing phase that becomes law, But we're he's talking about some kind of agreement taking shape in the coming days and weeks, and we have a few.

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Amendment was just a start. The Jim Crow barriers that kept blacks from fully exercising their rights were not dismantled until 1965 This week For the first time, A woman of color joined a major party presidential ticket, Joe, I'm so proud to stand with you. And I do so mindful. Of all the heroic and ambitious women before me. Whose sacrifice determination and resilience makes my presence here today, even possible. Senator Kamala Harris joins a handful of women who have sought the highest office in the land. There are now a record 127 women legislators on Capitol Hill. That's progress but not parody. Equal Rights amendment, first drafted back in the 19 twenties, still hasn't become law. And the fight for a more perfect union continues. That's it for all of us today. Thank you for watching CBS News will have continuing coverage of the Democratic National Convention this week. The Republican one next week. And next Sunday. We'll see you right back here for face The nation. I'm Margaret Brennan. Today's gas for White House Senior advisor Jared Kushner. Chicago Mayor Laurie Life Mississippi Gun there, Take Reeves, former FDA commissioner Stop Dolly and Crowdstrike cofounder Dimitriou. Executive producer of Face.

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Trump resumes briefing after shooting briefly halts news conference

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Trump resumes briefing after shooting briefly halts news conference

"Secret Service officer shot a man near the fence outside the White House complex today an incident that disrupted President Trump's daily Corona virus briefing. CBS's Margaret Brennan has more president. Trump was escorted from the White House briefing room by the Secret Service while he was holding a news conference. The president did return moments later, telling reporters there had been a shooting and that the situation was under control. The male suspect and a secret service officer were taken to a hospital. The Secret Service has at no time during the incident was the White House complex, breached or were any protectees in danger? President Trump returned to the briefing room A short time later, they shooting. It was law enforcement shot. Someone seems to be the suspect, and the suspect is now in the way to the hospital. I can't tell you the condition of the suspect.

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WTOP

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on WTOP

"VIRUS Cases have just passed 19 million and the U. S death toll could go up dramatically. CBS's Margaret Brennan, a research model regularly used by the White House now predicts the death toll here in the U. S could hit almost 300,000 in the next four months. It's close to double the number of people who have already died nationwide since the pandemic began. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, an early advocate of wearing masks, tested positive for covert 19 just ahead of a planned meeting with President Trump. I get a lot of headaches throughout my life. So headache is not anything that unusual. So besides that, I feel well, while he expects it could be contained as a threat soon, Dr Anthony Fauci doesn't expect the virus to ever completely go away. Remember, there's only been one Virus in the history of the planet that has been eradicated in that small box. CBS NEWS update on Pam Coulter and congressional Democrats and the White House have again begun talks to try to make progress. A new covert 19 legislation and frustration from both sides has been growing. W T. O P's Mitchell Miller reports from Capitol Hill. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is not directly involved in the talks. But he's been critical of Democrats Day after day. They've stonewall the president's team day by day. They've tried to end it. New euphemisms to create the illusion of progress. Maryland Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen is frustrated. There's not more urgency on behalf of Americans who are struggling without enhanced unemployment benefits that ran out last weekend's not business as usual. For all the folks who are out of work, 30 million Americans are on unemployment insurance. But here in the United States, Senate Senate Majority Leader Business as usual on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P News pandemic has forced the State Department to change its guidance on foreign travel. In March of this year, the State Department put a global travel warning due to Corona virus level for across the globe advising Americans to stay home if they could come home immediately, or plan to shelter in place for the duration. Now, For the first time in months, the State Department is lifting that travel advisory and says it will go back to rating individual countries on a scale of 1 to 4, depending on how they're doing. Combating the virus that CBS News reporter Christina Ruffini, the country's most powerful pro gun organization, is now facing a lawsuit to shut it down. It comes from New York's attorney general after an 18 month investigation, and the A G says there's evidence that NRA leaders used donations as a personal piggy bank. But Genera is firing back, calling the accusations politically motivated, and the president agrees. President Trump is a big supporter. Very terrible.

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Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

Jay Talking

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

"North Korea says it will re deploy troops near the border with South Korea the north's military making the move a day after it blew up an inter Korean liaison office just north of the border here's CBS's Margaret Brennan this statement from North Korea was not subtle blowing up the office for diplomacy in case song that it had opened in twenty eighteen with South Korea and making good on a threat issued by Kim yo Jong Kim jong-un's increasingly powerful sister she also said troops are preparing to surge into the DMZ that's where president trump took a symbolic step into North Korea last year to shake hands with Kim Jong un but diplomacy has stalled the regime continues to test short range missiles and has produced enough nuclear material for dozens of weapons North Korea said today's actions were provoked by south Korean activists would sent anti Kim leaflets cross border the trump administration called the actions counterproductive careful language meant to keep alive president trump's signature foreign policy initiative North Korea often ratchets up tension in election years in the hope of extracting concessions from R. C. I. A. analyst Jim Popp I think that they are we are in for a potentially a wild ride in June as North Korea and the camera can family tries to show a strength for internal and external audiences Margaret Brennan CBS news

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Trump's firing of State Department watchdog may be 'unlawful,' Pelosi says

America's Morning News

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Trump's firing of State Department watchdog may be 'unlawful,' Pelosi says

"Threat Democrats also demanding that the White House hand over all records related to president trump's latest firing of a federal watchdog this time at the state department they suggest secretary of state Mike Pompeii was responsible for the firing in what they say maybe an illegal act of retaliation the chair of the house foreign affairs committee the top Democrat on the Senate foreign relations committee announced the investigation Saturday in a letter to the trump administration on face the nation Sunday morning CBS's Margaret Brennan brought up the firing of the Steve letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi noting that he's the fourth I. G. to be removed in just the past few weeks well this is new to us and typical of the White House announcing something that is very unsavory they would do it on late on a Friday night the fact is as you indicated support inspector general inspectors general of that office was created after Watergate to make sure that there was integrity in the departments agencies of government of the supposed to show because even Republicans in Congress are concerned with getting state when you say unsavory is that what you mean one min unsavory when you take out someone who is there to enforce the to stop waste fraud abuse or other violations of the law that they believed to be happening so again let's take a look and see the president has the right to fire any federal employee but the fact is if it looks like it's in retaliation for something that the attorney D. I. G. the inspector general is doing that could be unlawful was he investigating the secretary of state as Eliot Engel has said I trust that the word of my chairman of the skin on just past a big fail and I I I I only got this letter from the president that night but he didn't say in his letter any reason except that he lost confidence but he's lost confidence in other ideas because they had been investigating or looking have reason to believe that something should be investigated that he is doing I really don't think the president should not have the ability to do investigations into their own

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I'm Margaret Brennan in Washington this week on face the nation though Graham March to re open the country continues as unemployment soars to levels unseen since the Great Depression the jobs numbers for a business twenty and a half million people lost their jobs last month thirty three million have filed for unemployment in just the last six weeks one in seven working Americans are out of a job will the president push for more federal aid to help those who are struggling nineteen numbers are staggering to there are now four million confirmed cases worldwide more than one point three million jobs in the US where the death toll is seventy eight thousand and rising as bad as it says it's just the beginning despite the dire warnings from medical experts the do what I say not what I do mind set at the White House continues to close proximity to the president and vice president for the virus and three top run a task force members the CDC recommends Americans where mass but that's not forced the White House this is going to go away with it's going to go away so we're not going to see it again hopefully after wishful thinking review the president's predecessor in a recording obtained by Yahoo news former president Obama called the response I need absolutely disaster me and relational we'll talk with White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is now leading a project to reimagine parts.

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Como si I'm Margaret Brennan in Washington this week on face the nation the grand March to re open the country continues as unemployment soars to levels unseen since the Great Depression the jobs numbers for April this twenty and a half million people lost their jobs last month thirty three million have filed for unemployment in just the last six weeks one in seven working Americans are out of a job will the president push for more federal aid to help those who are struggling Russian word to Russian nineteen numbers are staggering to there are now four million confirmed cases worldwide more than one point three million just in the US where the death toll is seventy eight thousand and rising as bad as it says it's just the beginning despite the dire warnings from medical experts the do what I say not what I do mind set at the White House continues as two staffers with close proximity to the president and vice president test positive for the virus and three top run a task force members Florentine the CDC recommends Americans wear masks but that's not in force in the White House actions like this this is going to go away without an exit is going to go away and say we're not going to see it again hopefully after time Schmall thinking review president's predecessor in a recording obtained by Yahoo news former president Obama called the response to me made and spotting absolutely disaster where that mindset for me and else is operationalized we'll talk with the White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is now leading a project to reimagine parts of the economy Dr Christopher Murray director of the institute for health metrics and evaluation will share brand New Hope in nineteen projections with us and we'll hear from former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb finally with college graduations canceled or going virtual this year will ask the president of the university of Virginia Jim Ryan what challenges school officials are facing as a plan for the fall it's all just ahead on face the nation good morning and welcome to face the nation we begin today with the financial fallout from.

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WTOP

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on WTOP

"Happened so quickly in these strange times joining us live now is Margaret Brennan moderator of face the nation on C. B. S. market one thing that really hasn't changed as governors are still begging for more supplies for patients and for doctors and nurses on the front lines and it's still bound to get worse before it gets any better well that's true particularly as we look at what is happening in New York that is right now the center of all of that the epicenter and they're in such crisis and what we heard from the White House put in yesterday was that they're looking at the map and and predicting that the next hot spots to be Michigan Connecticut Indiana Georgia Illinois the question is whether they have that degree of spike New York has had or whether these mitigation efforts will suppress that a little bit and boss not because that high demand for ventilators that New York is experiencing right now on the program on Sunday will be looking at this we're gonna have one of those hospital she's joining us the president CEO of Northwell health Mike Dowling who has hospitals in queens New York right at the center of this is processing at least three hundred patients coming in every single day with the virus and we'll talk to us about what is happening on the ground you are one of the big questions has been whether we should be wearing a mask with the face covering out in public it hasn't been widespread so far but the administration is said to be finalizing the new guidance on that that's right the CDC has been looking at and on face the nation last Sunday we talked about this with Dr Scott Gottlieb the former FDA administrator help you with that began this week he did once again I have yet this by saying masks are are best used for sick people to stop the transmission but what they're looking at is the reintroduction of people into society and saying on the upswing on the returning to the workforce in particular it could be useful to wear a mask and then in hot spots right now like in New York City you have the matchday go outside with a mask on and even fashion one yourself so this is another one of those a changing evolving messages that causes real confusion and anxiety and the public we're gonna be talking about some of that as well with one of the advisors looking at psychiatry and anxiety that we're seeing among the public right now Dr Lana markets excellent look forward to the Sunday show Margaret thanks so much stay safe Margaret Brennan moderator of face the nation on CBS now the food and drug administration has confirmed that it will no longer block the import of K. N. ninety five masks because of a shortage of personal protective equipment the K. N. ninety five masks have been described as the Chinese equivalent of the N. ninety five mask which healthcare workers here in the U. S. used to protect themselves from airborne bacteria and viruses buzzfeed reports that although the FDA is allowing imports of the K. and ninety five the product is not FDA approved meaning those who use it do so without legal protection the CDC has included the K. N. ninety five mask as an alternative to other certified masks that could be used on an emergency basis straight ahead and money news another major company announces furloughs because of the outbreak it's six fifty four the coronaviruses affected our nation but older adults are the most vulnerable today thirteen million Americans over fifty years old our military veterans the Purple Heart foundation believes that protecting the health and safety of these veterans is of the utmost importance.

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"From CBS I'm Margaret Brennan in Washington and this week on face the nation it's been a nerve wracking week here in the US as government officials were able to contain the corona virus spread while trying to calm nervous Americans there's also been a stunning turnaround in the democratic primary as a contest for the nomination is now a two man race party moderates breathe a collective sigh of relief last week after former vice president Joe Biden scored big wins on super Tuesday right almost all of his editor's dropping out and jumping on the bidens bandwagon it's now down to a two man race the end of the day I'd rather have the support of the organization working class people low income people for the support we'll talk about the road ahead for both candidates but first a look at the struggle to contain the corona virus in the U. S. and around the world can the trump administration com Sears and anxiety following a series of missteps and conflicting messages and are we prepared for widespread cases of the highly contagious virus is there and it says S. Washington state is dealing with more than a hundred cases of coronavirus the most in the country last governor Jay Inslee if he's getting enough help from the federal government Connecticut senator Chris Murphy will also be here as well as Surgeon General Jerome Adams former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb as some European countries see a dramatic spike in the number of coronavirus cases this weekend we'll have a report from Italy where sixteen million Italian citizens are quarantine all that and more is just ahead on face the nation good morning welcome to face the nation.

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C-SPAN Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Span radio WCS PFM Washington face the nation from CBS Margaret Brennan in Washington and this week on face the nation house Democrats wrap up their case against the president and the White House legal team kicks off a vigorous defense of Mr trump will there be enough Republican senators voting to bring in witnesses or is the impeachment saga nearing its class this morning a new case of the corona virus has been diagnosed here in the US and around the world fears and parts to contain the virus are growing Democrats have rested their case after twenty four hours of arguments warning that if the Senate doesn't take action and remove president trump from all this great harm will come to the nation I'm not the president can't be trusted to stand up to Russia let's say they start blatantly interfering in our election again to help Donald Trump can you have the least bit of confidence that Donald Trump will stand up to them and protect our national interest over his own personal interest you know you can't which makes him dangerous to this country you know you can now it's the White House legal teams are they say Democrats are the ones and promise relating former vice president Biden and his son hunter star attractions of their defense they're here to perpetrate the most massive interference internal action in American history and they basically said that's cancel an election over a meeting with and there is new evidence of the president's efforts to remove the ambassador to Ukraine review bondage as a video tape surfaces of him talking to Rudy Giuliani associates about getting rid of her the biggest problem there I think we we need to start is bass sees the left over from the Clinton administration yeah she's basically walk around some everybody wait he's going to get a PH the just wait do it will the new revelations matter or do Republicans have the votes to end the trial this week we'll hear from a key supporter of the president senator Tom cotton and house impeachment manager congressman Jason crowd will have the latest from China as the strain of the corona virus and the efforts to contain it intensified finally with just a week before the first votes in the twenty twenty campaign for you here and now we're down to the last few days democratic senators in Washington last week are back on the campaign trail at least for a day our new battleground tracker shows a tight race that's turning nine all that and more is just ahead on face the nation good morning and welcome.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tell everyone to go away and leave you alone for the next few minutes thank you for telling the symbol of sound stay live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine herbs defense secretary mark as per says he hasn't seen specific evidence that Iran plan to attack for U. S. embassies that money's claims made by president trump about the justification for killing a runny and commander and fears laurel Wamsley has more in an interview with CBS is Margaret Brennan secretary asper said he shared the president's view that US embassies were probably going to be attacked well the president didn't say when there was a potential us he didn't cite a specific piece of evidence what he says he probably he believes are you saying that it wasn't one I didn't see one with regard to four embassies what I'm saying is I sure the president's view that probably my expectation was they're going to go after our embassies some members of Congress have complained that the trump administration has not offered any concrete evidence that there was an imminent threat to prompt the strike on Qassem Soleimani without first getting congressional authorization laurel Wamsley NPR news Washington democratic presidential hopefuls senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders rarely publicly criticized each other so far in the race for the White House with a little over three weeks to go into the carcass voting starts in Iowa the center's team is now more directly engaging against Warren if yours wanna summers reports politico reported this weekend on a script used by Sanders campaign volunteers when connecting with potential supporters.

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KCRW

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on KCRW

"It is KCRW stay close live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine herbs defense secretary mark as per says he hasn't seen specific evidence that Iran plan to attack for U. S. embassies that money's claims made by president trump about the justification for killing a Ronnie and commander and fears laurel Wamsley has more in an interview with CBS is Margaret Brennan secretary asper said he shared the president's view that US embassies were probably going to be attacked well the president didn't say when there was a potential us he didn't cite a specific piece of evidence what he says he probably he believes are you saying that it wasn't one I didn't see one with regard to four embassies what I'm saying is I sure the president's view that probably my expectation was a run to go after our embassies some members of Congress have complained that the trump administration has not offered any concrete evidence that there was an imminent threat to prompt the strike on Qassem Soleimani without first getting congressional authorization laurel Wamsley NPR news Washington Greta presidential hopefuls senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders rarely publicly criticized each other so far in the race for the White House with a little over three weeks to go into the carcass voting starts in Iowa the Sanders team is now more directly engaging against Warren and here's one of summer's reports politico reported this weekend on a script used by Sanders campaign volunteers when connecting with potential supporters the script instructs Sanders volunteers to tell voters leaning toward Warren that's the quote people who support her are highly educated more affluent people who are going to show up and vote democratic no matter what in that she's quote bringing no new bases and to the Democratic Party begin to reporters today in Iowa Sander said he just read about the memo Cold War and a great friend and said that no one is going to be attacking Warren earlier in the day Elizabeth Warren said that she hopes Sanders campaign reconsiders these talking points that she says trash her as a candidate Juana summers NPR news in Australia the bureau of meteorology is warning that poor air quality as possible across large parts of the southeast because of the ongoing wildfires and here's a symbol be in in city reports officials are urging residents to monitor fire conditions of dozens of places remain out of control three fires on the border between the state of Victoria and New South Wales emerge into one mega fire the blazes in Gulf nearly two million acres is pushing plumes of smoke across much of the region Melbourne.

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I I wanna play Lindsey Graham talking about impeachment yesterday to Margaret Brennan on face the nation cut number eleven well Ken Starr investigated president Clinton for years spent millions of dollars he was an outside counsel Bob Muller investigated Donald Trump for two years spent twenty five million dollars I supported the baller investigation because I think he would be fair it was not a witch hunt in my view this is the first impeachment trial being driven by partisan politicians conducted behind closed doors the testimony was selectively leaked the president was denied the ability to participate meaningful and the house hearing and I want to end it I have nothing but disdain for this I'm trying to make myself clear what you're doing in the house is bad for the presidency you're impeaching the president the United States in a matter of weeks not months yeah the two year investigation that wasn't enough I think this whole thing is a crock you're showing the president out the process in the house any partisan group could do this in the future your weapon Ising impeachment and I want to end it I don't want to legitimize it I hate what they're doing exactly right by the way there are some never jumpers out there who show Lindsey Graham supporting impeachment twenty years ago against Bill Clinton there was a crime and it is always been the case so it is not required by the constitution in the cases of Johnson Nixon and Clinton a federal crime was alleged and in the eyes of a majority the house prove it there is no crime here and while the crime is not required by the constitution historical practice has made it part of the package that's why Lindsey Graham hates weaponize in politics into impeachment he also went on to talk about hunter Biden at this point cut number twelve no not at all Joe Biden is a is a friend he's one of the most decent people I've ever met in my life but here's the deal this whole process around the Ukraine is rates for politics they've done everything but take a wreck involved a Donald Trump and his family were not going to live in a world for only Republicans get looked at as much as I love Joe Biden and I'm sincere when I say that now that you want to talk about Ukraine it's pretty hard for me to go home and tell my constituents to ignore the fact that hunter Biden receive fifty thousand dollars a month from the gas company in the Ukraine run by the most corrupt person in the Ukraine and two months after the gas company was investigated the prosecutor got fired I don't know if there's anything to this I hope not I hope I can look at the transcripts of the phone call between died in the U. train Joe Biden after the investigation began and say there's no there there these are legitimate concerns about what happened in the Ukraine I love Joe Biden's that none of us is a far above scrutiny Adlai did not call as often get back governed the country that are you know the it is so on that last night my democratic friends said to me how can you justify Jared and Ivanka working for the president but be upset about hunter Biden any answers you know I told her Jerry was very very good on criminal justice reform in my view and a Bach as been out there and is not creating the appearance of impropriety that hunter Biden did but the simplest explanation is the appearance of impropriety some people think any presidential children involved with administration as the appearance of impropriety I don't I do think that the predicate of appearance of impropriety has been satisfied with hunter Biden but maybe you don't that's fine I know one thing though if not impeachable none of the stuff is impeachable in my view I don't think there's an offense.

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Trump has "every opportunity to present his case," Pelosi says

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00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Trump has "every opportunity to present his case," Pelosi says

"The impeachment inquiry resumes with public hearings on Tuesday house speaker Nancy Pelosi will appear this morning on CBS's face the nation CBS is Ben Tracy in an interview airing Sunday on face the nation house speaker Nancy Pelosi tells Margaret Brennan I have resident trump could choose to defend himself under oath president could come back before the committee and talk speak all the truths that he wants to figure to take the oath of office he has every opportunity to present his case that is really a sad thing I mean what the president did was so much worse than even what Richard Nixon did at some point Richard Nixon about the country enough to recognize that this could not

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Nathan I'm Margaret Brennan and miss is face the nation. Six weeks after the Muller reports completion, President Trump is still taking victory laps this time in a conversation with Russian president Ladimir Putin, and he said something to the effect that it started off as a mountain, and it ended up being a mouse Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election is of course, what did the investigation in the first place. We didn't discuss it. What should be done hush Russia and keep them from meddling again. We'll talk with secretary of state, Mike, Pompeii and attorney general William bar faces up firestorm on Capitol Hill. Angering Democrats on one committee as Mr. attorney give us some. Around and declining to appear before another chicken bar should have shown up today and answer questions that same committee is threatening to hold him in contempt of congress will explain why. And there is outrage over some Afars answers in testimony last month, he likes to come and anybody else did that would be considered a crime. We'll ask the top Republican on the house committee. Doug Collins, and California, Democrat Eric swamp. Well, what's next, plus we'll speak to the number two democrat in the Senate. Dick, Durbin villanovan. We'll have plenty of analysis on all of the news of the week. It's just ahead on face the nation. Good morning and welcome to face the nation. It's quiet here in Washington. But that is not the case in other parts of the world overnight. We've seen the worst flare-up in violence between Israel and HAMAs in months, HAMAs fired hundreds of rockets into Israel, which responded with what prime minister.

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Competing, very successfully. With Bernie Sanders last night on CNN with Allison come rod a timeout. What does Justice mean cut number eleven first of all if not one flip? But we've got a good way of looking for easy answers. Right. Justice does include a living wage for everyone. There's a tax on the right to organize unions for this country. It's about having pathways to success that includes college, but also include apprenticeship as living wage in your mind, a living wage is what's the number? The number will fifteen dollars minimum wage would be a start for that. Again. If you have a family of four you need to make sure that your job is not seeing things I see my neighborhood where people work fulltime jobs have part time jobs catch for shifts and still have to use public housing or subsidized housing. It's about having jobs with dignity retire with security access to healthcare, and you can have a living wage. That's just not what Justice is Justice is equal Justice under the law that the law treats, everyone the same. That's justice. The Justice be fair. Cory Booker on Sunday was on face the nation with Margaret Brennan, nobody noticed because it was pleasure woods, right. I don't know what the ratings are going to be. I don't know that anybody watched us Sunday show this weekend. Cory Booker, though, said this cut number twelve about Trump and the illegal alien plan would be released into sanctuary city. Cut him at twelve and say friction Eissa he's trying to pit Americans against each other and make us less safe. Because what you're seeing? Now, you take a threat seriously. I take this. He's jetting fear into a country. And so he was looking to solve a problem. He wouldn't be doing thanks to divide this country against itself. I p p wear of any anybody trying to tell you to be afraid in the strongest country in the world is posters showing strengthen our courage by pulling people together to find common sense solutions. To solve this problem. The idea that if you're of something means, you're crazy. That's not people have an instinctive reaction to a borderless America, which is healthy normal. Meaning we that doesn't work. It's never worked anywhere. We used to call it, obviously a border for a reason. But if it if in border, it's not a border. It's a line on a map, but it's not a border border suggests the ability to control entry and access. Sometimes you wave like in the EU the borders are opened other e u members, but if you come from outside, the they're not they're not know, you go through passport control. So I just think they're really underestimating how this is gonna play among the American people. Cory Booker also had to confront Ilam, Omar, which every democrat would rather not be talking about. But he had to talk about it cut number thirteen. You know, I I live in a community where we know folks who. Who were killed? New Jersey's kill friends of mine were killing those towers, and in the aftermath of that you saw our country United put aside partisan differences to deal with the challenges to America. And now years later to see a president United States to us. Images of nine eleven. In a vicious crass disgusting way. That is assault junction. -able? That is so offensive. And this is what I need about. Vandalism in our country that's going from high sought to stoking hatred stoking fears, pitting people against each other. And you offended by the congresswoman's language. Some people did something I think that it is what she's experiencing right now. She does not deserve from what she said in her speech. She does not deserve.

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:08 min | 3 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Moment. Margaret Brennan, hosted face the nation is interviewing it's the big interview. Let's the the president's it sound before the Super Bowl. It's a ritual like the Super Bowl and Margaret Brennan will be asking the questions of the president, Margaret. How are you preparing? Congratulations. Are you preparing? Thank you very much. Jeez. I mean, I've just been reading going through questions, and as I was saying you want to your producers. It's more a question of which don't ask them. What you do because there are about a million and one topics to touch on with the president right now. You know, the middle China negotiations is on the cusp of North Korean summit. Then we have a separate fifteen showdown over this deadline. Does he get the border wall funding through congress? Or does he go around them and just so much to be pressing him on at the moment, including that conversation that he has been having in the public stays about his Intel chief now I want to propose to you to consider Venezuela. I just had embassador John Bolton on. And he said all options are on the table to talk to the president many time today about Venezuela and that the dangerous the Cuban security forces. I I'm curious if the president will talk to you about what would trigger a military intervention, if the Cubans opened fire tenements square style on the demonstrators were the Venezuelan secret police, do do you think President Trump would send troops in immediately? I think it's a really important question. Because the theme of the moment seems to be pulling troops back from foreign conflicts. Whether it's in Syria or in Afghanistan, the idea of sending American men and women in Venezuela. When the public case hasn't been made yet as to why it's a national security concern isn't important conversation. We need to hear that if that truly is one of the options on the table and exactly what is the outcome here. You know, I it was pretty quick of the United States. You have endorsed Guido. He seems to be saying all the right things right now is the interim president. But he hasn't had these major military figures pull away to his side yet. So that bigger question of if you pick a side, can you make sure that side wins and what does the outcome? Look like does he actually lead the opposition? Or is he just part of a very fragmented one. What I think will happen is that we would go in very quickly. With Colombian and Brazilian trips and leave very quickly because there is an opposition. There is oil there, not Iraq. It's not Afghanistan. It's not a long term deployment. I think we've learned that. But that would certainly that comes up all this and closely. I've interview the president so many times Margaret Brennan one thing always strikes me is that he wanders in his answer. And he tends to filibuster not intentionally just he just talks, and it's the best interview in America because he'll say anything what's your strategy or to to just let him go. Because some journalists hate to lose control of the flow on the other hand. I think the flow tells you a lot. Yeah. It's true. I mean the perfect. Just about have been real at the smash, and grab occupation thing is really worth debating, whether you can just go in and out. And maybe that is something that we hear the president reason through for us in this conversation. But you're you're right. I mean, the president is such a unique style. Interview. And you always wanna be deferential to the office and not be an improper in the conversation. But can you actually get an answer or an answer the question your seeking versus something else? But sometimes hearing someone reasons through it is fascinating by itself. Margaret Brennan during the debates in which I participate, and your friend. Christopher knows this my friend. Christopher knows this and you'll have John Dickerson. Everyone will be in your ear telling you how to do that. You got an audience of twenty million people. Right. Everyone's got a suggestion. But we had a buzzer. Right. When they went past a minute. The buzzer would sound or ding ding. Any way for you to have a buzzer for the president to know when he's gone on for two minutes at a time. Other than producers in giving us wraps or perhaps is advisor Bill signed giving us rap. I know I mean, this is one of the things that we constantly hear from from viewers. Like, why did you interrupt here or there, and you're like just because I'm trying to get you the answer or you're trying to move through? And it's always a judgment call as you now as to when to let it go and went to to continue to refocus so preparing for the debates, I had the wonderful Mark Preston from CNN playing Donald Trump, and he would yell at me. And he would insult me. I was reading are you doing mock interviews to prepare? I've read into it with my team. Yeah. I don't have a perfect Donald Trump impersonator on the face the nation squad, perhaps one why John Dickerson is the anti-trump. So that's not gonna help the opposite of. But you could borrow Preston. I would suggest that but I mean really sit down and do what the president does he did it yesterday with the New York Times reporters? Have you read that interview yet? I did I did that. Maggie Haberman part Sulzberger part where he talked about defending the past. Yeah. He did it again. Which is it doesn't matter. What the question is. He tells you what he wants to say. You gotta have a thick skin in this business. So I know this is the Hyman Roth roll, this is the business we have chosen have fun. I mean, it's a big stage. What time does it actually happen? It's going to be a hard number. Yes. In the I think in the early afternoon for us before the president departed for mar-a-lago that up against me to and do you have do you have a guaranteed amount of time. And if so how much. I believe we should be talking about a half hour or so, but we'll see what happens when we get there that could be shorter that could go longer depending on what the president chooses to do obviously for up journalists. We always want to get in more. So I I would hope it longer. But like I said he he's going to mar-a-lago this afternoon. So I don't know if it's between me and sunny, Florida, I may not win. My last question will we see everything that's on the record? Because sometimes to add it purposes, they to jam and a halftime or before the show, but there's still that take what we eventually see it all on face the nation on Sunday or the next week. Right. I would like to use every piece of this. Absolutely. I believe most of my the first part of my show a face the nation on Sunday, ten thirty. We'll have the ten thirty eastern. And then in the creek game and the three o'clock hour on the sports broadcaster will be another portion that airs they are and you'll probably see more on evening news in the morning show throughout the week. I look. Forward to a congratulations. Margaret Brennan have a good time with President Trump on Super Bowl Sunday. Follow her on Twitter at Mark Brennan, follow me now back to the interview. I did with ambassador John Bolton earlier. I don't know if we're prepared yet to begin to replay that wait for Larry Arnn. I went Larry Arnn to hear it. But we have posted the audio in the transcript of ambassador Bolton. And it seems to me clear that if anything they're going to be massive demonstrations in as away tomorrow, if anything happens, they will trigger military intervention, in my view, the ambassador would not confirm that army combat brigade has been dispatched to Colombia or has orders. But he said, I have a persistent questionnaire. He didn't say, no, I think we're poised that this can be peaceful, it can be organic. But if they start to go tenement square on the free people of Venezuela and the starving people of Venezuela America is going to come to the substance of them along with Brazilian and Colombian trips. I think that's what's going to happen. Now, I want to revisit the Wall Street Journal has an editorial this morning on what happened with the judges. And I don't agree fully with them. They they actually sounded the alarm and I picked up the alarm and got David Perdue. And and John Cornyn others do agree to call the president that a deal was being struck with comma hair and Dianne Feinstein about very crucially important appointments to the ninth circuit. So you understand the whole context? I wanna make sure you understand the whole context. There are nine supreme court justices. There are one hundred and seventy nine appeals court justices. And I think six hundred and seventy seven district court. Judges scream court matters the most but those hundred and seventy nine circuit court justices matter a great deal. Thirty of them were appointed by Donald Trump in his first two years in their twelve vacancies pending and the president had nominated people for those vacancies any renominated some of them earlier in January, but he did not renominate three to the ninth circuit, those three were great conservatives and the Wall Street Journal broke the story that the white. The house was negotiating to do a deal with Kamla Harrison Dianne Feinstein why I would not know after what they both did the Brett Cavanaugh, but the journal reported it I are up that many other people erupted. We demanded that the president nominate originalists and so that night he did. But they were two of the original nominees from last year and one new nominee Daniel best. Who's a terrific terrific Brexit, excuse me, a terrific terrific, appellate lawyer and former clerk Franson and Scully he'll be great on the night circuit. But they did not renominate Patrick Bouma Tae who had been one of the original three. And that was the one who upset Harris and Feinstein the mouse, I believe that they did a smart thing in nominating. Bouma Tei instead to the district court where he did he will not be Miguel. Estrada that's a judge who was hung out to dry by President George W Bush. They did not push him through. They the gang of fourteen. Did not save him. It was it was a terrible injustice. To miguel. I do not believe that injustice will happen to Bill if he goes on the district court, he will get to the ninth circuit eventually and maybe to the supreme court, but they must not allow blue slips that individual veto a Senator has over district court nominees to effect Bill attack. And therefore, the Wall Street Journal is worried that they will the White House walks away from a bad deal. But harms a good nominee is the subtitle of their editorial judicial scrambled Bill. They did not walk away from the forty year old Filipino American who was the prime target a gay, by the way. Ms Feinstein and miss Harris. They put him on the district court. Instead, if they do walk away from them, I will be with the journal all the way to say that that is a disaster by the president. And then they should nominate them the ninth circuit immediately or maybe the DC circuit. When there's another vacancy. Meanwhile, the every judge out there who could take senior status, please do I know you love your job being senior status does not in any way affect your ability to have great fun is a judge. But please take senior status, please. If you are eligible, please take senior status and early. So that the White House can plan and the judiciary committee can plan your replacement. So that we get more great originalists on the bench. We're saving the constitution here. And you took an oath to protect and defend the constitution. When you went on a circuit court of appeals. If you're eligible for senior status, take it clear the way for more. We now know that the second year of the the second half of the first term of Donald Trump is going to be full of more originalists, and if there are one hundred seventy nine appeals court justices out the judge is out there, we need as many of them to be Trump oppo..

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Trump steps up attacks on Pelosi for opposing border wall funds

America's Dining and Travel Guide

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Trump steps up attacks on Pelosi for opposing border wall funds

"During president dental Trump's exclusive interview on CBS's Face the nation. Trump attacked house speaker Nancy Pelosi on her stand on border security when you have a porous border, and when you have drugs boring in, and when you have people dying all over the country because of people like Nancy Pelosi who don't want to give proper border security for political reasons. She's doing a terrible disservice to our country. Also during the interview impressed by Margaret Brennan on the intelligence communities assessment that Iran was technically in compliance with the Iran nuclear deal. Trump said he doesn't have to agree with us intelligence chiefs on the topic of Venezuela. Mr. Trump's at the use of military force remains an option

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Trump says he doesn't "have to agree" with intel chiefs on global threats

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Trump says he doesn't "have to agree" with intel chiefs on global threats

"A day after he lashed out at US intelligence agency chiefs over their assessment of the global threats President Trump abruptly reverses course today saying he and the intelligence community are all on the same page in an interview with CBS is face today. Moderator Margaret Brennan ask the President Trump about his criticism of the intelligence chief says you read the report that they presented. There was some conversation. You had because you went on Twitter, and you call them naive and told them to go back to school. Civically was wrong about what I think that let me just say it wasn't so much. Reporter was the questions and answers.

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Charged by the mile for driving. Oh, boy vehicle taxes that sort of thing. Now. Now, they're gonna look at your road dominator and make you write a check. And I came across this info how to see what Facebook Google and Twitter know about you, and then possibly take it back from them important information for you on the next Armstrong and Getty show. Armstrong and Getty, five AM to ten AM on AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. CBS news update negotiations and debate continue on southern border security is a path to refunding the government. President Trump says he could declare a national emergency as a means to get money for a border wall. CBS Margaret Brennan. National emergency. It will end up in the courts that means you won't necessarily be able to follow through with it. Immediately to get the outcome. You want to do also provide such a useful talking point for Democrats to watch another attempt by the Trump administration to take an action that courts are saying is of questionable the galaxy Missouri. Republican Senator ROY blunt is eager to help broker a deal on border security before the mid February deadline, clearly the president showed real flexibility here for a guy. Who's not always that flexible? I mean, he has changed his view of this as he's got more information about how you secure the border about ways to do that on Fox News Sunday. CBS news updates. I'm Gary Nunn. Setting sights on a new record. That's one of the stories. We're following on AM seven.

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"margaret brennan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

12:47 min | 3 years ago

"margaret brennan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"On January fourteenth America inside the beltway. The snow is falling and the government is closed. But they do Hewitt Show goes on as does axios. AM Mike Allen never sleeps. In fact, it's Mondays with Mike. Good morning, Mike. How are you? Fantastic. Thank you happy snowy Monday. That'd be story Monday. I want to begin with the secretary of state on with Margaret Brennan yesterday talking about the New York Times, quote, blockbuster qlo-quote story that the FBI believed President Trump to be a Russian mole cut number eleven. I'm not gonna come on New York Times stories, but I'll certainly say this that the notion that President Trump is the threat to American national security is absolutely ludicrous. Just to clarify since you were CIA director. Did you have any idea that this investigation was happening? Margaret, Margaret, Margaret, I've answered this question repeatedly indeed on your show. The idea that's contained in the New York Times story that President Trump was a threat to American national security is is silly on its face and not worthy of a response. Mike Allen, your response to that take by the secretary of state and former CIA director, my response is a question. Why doesn't he just say, no? I think for the same reason the president if I'm gonna channel here the administration, we are not going to honor that kind of a charge because to do so gives it legs. Have you? Very smart point by the Washington Post today pointing out that the shutdown showdown could turn out to be small. If you look at the Russia showdown ahead. Democrats has we say in axios AM, Hugh, smell blood here. And we can see how some craft now are going to try to get their notes from an interpreter at a meeting between President Trump and President Putin that according to the Washington Post reporting, the president tried to take back keep to himself and tried to prevent other senior officials from getting briefed things super unusual here for your listeners. You one is that. Typically have extensive pre briefs before these meetings. So that they know with the US position is it's almost like going into sales call like like, what did we say? Last time. My last time we met with these people. So the president is in zone on the US position, president resist. Second other administration officials in the protection for the president. So he's not put on the spot and. It's something comes up said he doesn't know what the past US position has been or the nuance of their relationship. There's an subject matter expert right at his elbow. And also there's a also protects the president. Because there's there's a written thorough record from somebody. Who's not in the moment about what was committed to. What was said? The other side later says something different we have a record of what was said in third extensive readouts meetings are typically provided to people in the State Department people on the national Security Council people at the Pentagon is your White House staff. Those three things did not occur with some people are wondering why and I can tell you Democrats are gonna push to try to find out what when I read axios. Am this morning? It's point number two. After the the first big thing is twenty twenty puzzle light bright and sourness surgeons I wanna come back that number two. Shutdown twenty four DEM smell blood on Russia. Immediately, captain for me or cabin for me. The problem here they are. They don't really think Trump's a Russian agent they think that they can say that he hasn't make political points, and I actually believe Mike after spending a weekend stunned by the story in the New York Times. I mean, just stunned is a veteran of the department of Justice that the FBI would unilaterally open an investigation into whether or not the rush the president of the Russian more without talking apparently to the deputy attorney general they acted like the stocks it used to act in Germany. They decided they would go after the president. But other people see it a different way. And I think what's going on is that we see in this country that the two camps the Iran hawk camp. John Bolton Mike Pompeo, Donald Trump put Hugh Hewitt in there and Benjamin Netanyahu and a bunch of other people as well. And the JCP oh a morning, the the weight goes onto the JCP LA and the war on Bolton and palm pale and by extension. Trump is. Moving via. Now, this charge that the president is a Russian mole. That's not collusion. That's actually Alger hip flan. And I am I don't think the New York Times story should go to stay focused on that day. Really started an investigation into whether or not the president was a Russian mole. It's not a political question. It's a it's a fundamental governance question. In. Not clear where that investigation went how long that. Lasted but. It has given life. This idea that there is both obstruction including and the the collision the new buzz phrase, it if you hear the sound of morning, Joe what you're watching with no sound here. Yeah. Jonathan turley. I don't know. If you read his column in the hill, which is the along with Andrew McCarthy, the best two things written on this and curly posits that what we have going on. It's very objective. Take is confirmation bias of the president that there's a deep state confirmation bias among a handful of FBI people that the president is a Russian more. And so on the SuperBowl. Oh, you're you're Marlin who you talking to you talking to a saints fans. Yeah. We've got. Representing here. The entrance to club as. Oh my gosh. Those watch out for the eagles fans. They may have baseball bats. There's I I did a moment of silence for earlier, but I don't know Jake tapper going to be able to do the situation room today. They're all going to be also bummed out because of the way they lost yesterday. So let's go to the first big thing in axios. AM this morning. Mike Allen life Brighton. Sourness surges. My pastor actually made this point yet. Things you occasionally get into desert's in your life. But thanks, generally, get better. And and the world is in the best place. It's ever been in terms of the most number of people having the greatest amount of human happiness and yet. Elites liter sour. No, no. That's not the point. So you got the first half right that if you look at macro trends, if you look at some of the tectonic shifts in the globe people live longer people are safer people more comfortable healthy lives than they ever have in the history of humanity. That's undeniably true. But you I know you probably country like, you know, better than anybody and that Matt crew improvement that macro happiness. Is out of sync with the way a lot of people in America, especially in Trump states, especially outside the bubbles of the coast feel about their own life. So this is a real conundrum for twenty twenty candidate. If you run on everything's better things are better than you think that doesn't work so well, Hillary Clinton. About a little bit. How do you these big picture realities while still also recognizing that the crisis of opportunity for individuals in very key states in this country is very real. Well, I want to go to to quote, you all that euphoria is based on data in reality. But it sounds tone-deaf. If you're part of the majority America, which isn't enjoying the escalating affluence inside the bubbles along the coast. You quote, Richard Haass, quote, Howard Schultz Howard, Wolfson you, quote, a bunch of Michael Bloomberg other people like this. I actually think the disconnect is there is a great deal of alienating inside of the middle of America. But it's not because of the economy, which is cooking. I mean, we are at the lowest unemployment in history the highest GDP in history. Opportunity everywhere and people making their way, they are upset with elites, and I think in the United Kingdom today. Tree cement giving a speech as we speak about Brexit, if they don't go through with Brexit. There's going to be a fundamental disconnect in Great Britain between the government and the governing. And I think this becomes an elite a ruled question, Mike Allen. That's where the the exiled. He's coming from not from the economy, which is cooking. But from the fact that elites are ignoring ordinary citizens. No, that's all very possible. And this is an area where you critical. Well, tell me now Mike when you go back down there. If you're in the Acela, you must be going to DC you're going to have this. Now, I know that a shutdown of the government today is going to complicate the effort to end the shutdown. But I also don't think the president is returning. This is going to go on a long time. What does Mike Allen here? There is one of evidence of that Hugh been hearing that they were gonna try to get a result. But Steve the on January twenty nine that seems a long way away people like what are you talking about? Close. And in fact. And in fact, now there's plans by office of management budget going to that bleu worry. So there's increasing signs that the president meant it could go for a while. I think he's right last question. I want the Republicans to censor Steve king. Kevin McCarthy said that they would be taking action this week. I don't know if the minority in the house can bring a motion of censure, I think it has to be brought by the majority. But what do you hear happening about the comments by Representative king? I don't know what's going to happen next. This is something that's been on a slow boil, Hugh, and I know that you'll agree that it's over and sign of how the temperature has changed in the congress. So why change on January third and the? Click on this issue. Is one of Mike Allen travel safely on a cell of this morning. I'm sure it's going to be an interesting ride that when you're from New York to DC on a snow day. It's always an adventure. Here's Kevin McCarthy. Talking to Margaret Brennan yesterday. In case you missed the cut number eighteen. Cut number eighteen. We were some Republicans have come out very strongly here. That's why Jeb Bush said it's not enough to condemn him. That party leaders actually have to do something. I support a primary opponent to challenge him others have said he should be at least censure should there. Be action against congressman first and foremost, I came out at the very moment that language has no place in America. That is not the America. I know. And it's most definitely not the party of Lincoln. I have a scheduled meeting with him on Monday. And I will tell you this. I've watched on the other side that they do not take action when their members say some action will be taken. I'm having a serious conversation with congressman Steve king on his future and wall in this Republican party as a leader. There is a number of things you'll see that has taking place, but I will not stand back as a leader of this party believing in this nation that all are created equal that that stands are continues to stand have any war with us that he's just gotta be censured. It is that simple. He's just gotta be censured. When we come back. I will play for you Lindsey Graham, I will bring up to speed on Jonathan Karl. I don't have time to play that yet. But there's so much news going on here. What you heard me, especially the Mike Allen is I think you've got a fundamental divide among elites and the anti Iran coalition led by the president Pompeo and Bolton of which I am a member is finding itself under attack by the JCP. Morning committee, the Ben Rhodes echo chamber, the Obama holdovers at various parts in the government, and it will not endure that kind of a situation. Cannot Trump one America does not want to deal with Iran. Now, I do want you to deal with the relief factor dot com, especially you're out.

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Bloomberg, President and United States discussed on Kevin and Bean

Kevin and Bean

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Bloomberg, President and United States discussed on Kevin and Bean

"It just don't know when it's going to blow up in Greeley about making money in the sense that many people think investment, I fear that we are starting a multi decade bear market in bonds. For more volatility in the markets. Probably maybe a healthy thing. Bloomberg surveillance. We've John and Pimm FOX on Bloomberg

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Twelve boys and their soccer coach, lost for 10 days in a cave in Thailand, have been found alive

Mike Slater

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Twelve boys and their soccer coach, lost for 10 days in a cave in Thailand, have been found alive

"And their soccer coach alive inside a cave in northern thailand more than a week after they went missing and after many people had feared the worst the boys are ages eleven to sixteen their coaches twentyfive cbs news tina krause has an update from thailand where the rescue is still underway it's the news everyone had hoped for this type provincial governor announced divers have found the missing soccer players and we'll take care of them until they can move rescuers have worked around the clock for more than a week to locate the boys ages eleven to sixteen and their twenty five year old coach who became trapped in the cave after monsoon rains a us military team and international divers with expertise in cave rescues worked with thailand's navy seals in a search that has captivated thailand tina krause cbs news how might the us ever verify that north korea has fulfilled its commitment to denuclearization that was a big question for the white house this past weekend and cbs news white house correspondent steven portnoy has more over the weekend reports surfaced of the view of us intelligence agencies that the north may try to hide aspects of its weapons program with no intention of denuclearizing the president's national security adviser john bolton told margaret brennan on face the nation that if kim jong un is willing to close all of his capabilities north korea could be devoid of its nuclear weapons in one year with north korean cooperation with full disclosure of all of their chemical and biological nuclear programs ballistic missile sites we can it has not it's kim's failure to disclose that gives many experts pause the president told fox news he shook hands with kim jong un and really believes kim meant it when he committed to denuclearization steven portnoy cbs news washington a driver for lift who allegedly got into a fight with a customer and stabbed him has had his lift driving privileges revoked by the company thirtythreeyearold ali kandar lee was arrested shortly after the incident near usd in linda vista sunday police say a group of people got into kandar lease car but would not give him a destination can barely got upset ordered them out of his car and that's when things related the victim a twenty seven year old man was taken to a hospital with nonlife threatening injuries mexico shot at the world cup have to wait another four years after a tough loss against brazil it's yellow not green that's heading into the quarterfinals news eight ashley jacobsz in national city with how fans are reacting for.

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Apple releasing three new phones one with large 6 and a half inch screen

Taking Stock

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Apple releasing three new phones one with large 6 and a half inch screen

"Mountain order to ticket with they're looking for supply chains could be not just in one part of asia but in other parts too so it's very difficult to get a complete picture what's going on yeah so difficult that even apple's chief executive officer tim cook has as kind of worn investors about you know be careful where you you know you're trading on stuff from different data points just be careful about it yeah he said that a number of times on numerous yeah i feel like we have this conversation very frequently do indeed what are we expecting from apple later on the show just got about forty seconds left or we've got a couple of new phones coming out three new phones i think so i'll go off the list really real quick in terms of what we've reported three phones a update the iphone ten size similar features that's processor better camera etcetera a bigger version of the phone with a six and a half inch screen it would be perhaps the largest mainstream phone in the market and obviously the biggest phone from apple by far ever and then a new low cost iphone under seven hundred dollars with an lcd instead of highresolution ola screen looks like an iphone ten had some of its features like face id but not the stainless steel body new apple watch a new ipads that's gonna make you buy a new phone probably the bigger one pretty interested in that i like to screen i do too because i do so much on my phone hi carol the leaders of the g seven are gathered around a circular table in charlotte walk quebec for a working session at the annual summit german chancellor angela merkel says talks have been lively so far president trump caused a stir even before we arrived by calling for russia to return to the why are we having the meeting without being in the meeting merckel says russia can't be allowed back in until it changes things in ukraine cbs face the nation moderator margaret brennan tells bloomberg surveillance russia is another issue where the president might find himself at odds with his allies looking at some of that that's the interesting dynamic of the president on the outs with our allies well emphasizing warm and chemistry would kim jong un when he gets to singapore and that of course is using for that early departure as the.

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Trump looking to re-enter TPP, says Sens. Pat Roberts, Ben Sasse

Jay Talking

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Trump looking to re-enter TPP, says Sens. Pat Roberts, Ben Sasse

"The hour presented by theraworx relief i'm jim shanavie in stark contrast to the heated rhetoric earlier this week the trump administration has dialed down the war talk when it comes to retaliation for serious alleged use of chemical weapons correspondent gave president trump met with his national security team thursday afternoon but he merged without a final decision on how to respond to the suspected chemical attack in syria us intelligence estimates forty two people were killed and hundreds more injured we're looking very very seriously very closely all situation syria and its ally russia deny any such attack occurred defense secretary jim mattis totally congressional panel he believes there was a chemical attack but said responding is complicated how do we keep this from escalating out of control it was one of his first actions as president mr trump pulled the plug on u s participation in the transpacific partnership a trade deal that he said gave the us the short end of the stick now with farm states concerned about a trade war with china the president is suggesting the us could reenter the tpp if it can get a better deal nebraska senator ben sasse multiple times reaffirmed point that tpp might be easier for us to join now mr trump says we already have bilateral deals with six of the eleven nations teepee an and are negotiating with the biggest japan the president's choice to be the next secretary of state was before the senate armed services committee yesterday margaret brennan reports director mike pompeo argues that as secretary of state he take a hard line toward russia and contradicted president trump's claim that the bad blood with russia was caused by special counsel robert mueller's investigation into election meddling do agree with that the historic conflict between the united states and the soviet union now russia is caused by russian bad behavior pompeii also revealed that he'd been questioned by muller a cooperated and said that president trump had never asked him to interfere a federal judge in los angeles has issued a nationwide injunction to block the justice department's plans to give priority status for policing grants to local departments that agree to cooperate with federal immigration officials judge manuel real ruled that that would force police to participate in immigration enforcement and upset the constitutional bounce justice officials will argue the department has the lawful discretion to give additional consideration to police departments that cooperate especially those that provide information about people who are in.

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Sen. Mark Warner on past vote against assault weapons ban: "I think it's time to change our positions"

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00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Sen. Mark Warner on past vote against assault weapons ban: "I think it's time to change our positions"

"Boston police a key democratic senator is giving upbeat assessments day after the march for our lives rallies across the us speaking on cbs is face the nation mark warner of virginia tells moderator margaret brennan he predicts good things for the campaign for stricter gun laws and an end to gun violence you were one sixteen democrats who voted against an assault weapons ban in two thousand thirteen minutes two thousand fourteen voted against a cap on high capacity magazines they're asking now to restrict those things have you changed your position i think it's time to change our position reexamined warner says it's time to have a legitimate debate about restrictions on gun magazines and assault weapons adding quote militarized weapons need to be off our streets a.

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Beijing criticised by Trump in trade practices

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Beijing criticised by Trump in trade practices

"You tariffs on imported aluminum and steel move designed to protect american industry and jobs margaret brennan is that the white house with more on this twenty five percent for steel it'll be kept percent for aluminum it will pay for a long period of time industry ceos gathered at the white house celebrated the president's decision we are confident that it will be a good conclusion but the surprise announcement triggered a market selloff as concerns swirl about whether the tariffs will spike cost for us manufacturers or even trigger a trade war with china the president routinely accuses beijing of unfair trade practices with dump massive amounts of roddick in our country than just kills and destroys our companies at our jobs chinese officials were also caught off guard president xi jinping's top economic advisor was in washington today for what we're supposed to be trade negotiations it can win against china via smarth the president said he was delivering on a campaign promise senator sherrod brown a democrat jeered the decision calling it long overdue for shuttered steel plants across ohio but several top republicans urged caution senator john kennedy of louisiana once you start imposing tariffs y you don't do it in a vacuum other countries respond nebraska senator ben sas called the tariffs a quote massive tax increase on american families you'd expect a policy vis bad from a leftist administration not a supposedly republican one i don't know that the president uh will or should ever apologize for protecting american workers and certainly not to senator staff all right let's sarah huckabee sanders there was a piece of a cbs report that the year on it so that's that's what he did he said we're gonna charge recharge china 25 percent tariff on the report we're going to charge them ten percent on aluminum uh in it's really been a mixed reaction amongst the population and i wanna know what you think of the idea at eight eight eight three four zero three seven three aaa three four zero three three seven three eight eight eight three four zero three three seven three three four.

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