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Top official in Marine Corps tests positive for COVID-19

WGN Programming

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Top official in Marine Corps tests positive for COVID-19

"Of the United States Marine Corps has tested positive for the Corona virus. General Gary Thomas's test results come just days after he and members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff were in a Pentagon meeting with a Coast Guard leader who was infected with the virus. US officials say. Other top military leaders who attended that meeting, including chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Millie, have so far tested negative. U. S

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Joint Chiefs of Staff in Quarantine After Admiral Tests Positive for COVID-19

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Joint Chiefs of Staff in Quarantine After Admiral Tests Positive for COVID-19

"Marine Corps's assistant commandant, general, Gary Thompson, has tested positive for Corona virus comes days after he and members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff were in a Pentagon meeting with a Coast Guard officer who was infected. US. Officials say none of the other top military leaders in the meeting that includes the Joint Chiefs chair General Mark Millie, have tested positive. So far. Thomas and the others have been in self quarantine since yesterday when they found out that Admiral Charles Rane Hey, the vice commandant of the Coast Guard had tested positive.

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White House coronavirus cluster

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 2 months ago

White House coronavirus cluster

"D C is seeing a spike in covert 19 cases. The location of the cluster. The White House 24 White House staffers have now tested positive, including Trump senior advisor Stephen Miller, who was diagnosed yesterday. Speaking today, chief of staff Mark Meadows told reporters the president who still has the virus is quote in very good health and may work from the Oval schedule right now is fluid. We're looking at his prognosis from a health standpoint, correspondent Ben Tracy tells us. A spike in cases among Pentagon officials can likely be traced to a White House events. Ove It also now has virtually All of the nation's most senior military officials in quarantine, including Joint chiefs Chairman General Mark Millie and Vice Chairman General John Heighten, who coordinates the military's covert response. They were exposed to Coast Guard Vice Commandant Admiral Charles Ray. It's unclear where he contracting the virus. But he tested positive Monday, eight days after this visit to the White House for an event for military families where a few people wore masks. An email that went around to Trump staffers yesterday, said all contact tracing for positive cases connected to the White House has been completed. Not so, says New York Times reporter Michael Shear. He tested positive for the virus following direct contacts with White House officials, he tells CNN. There's been no outreach by the White House to follow up on his case.

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Senior military officials quarantining after Coast Guard admiral tests positive for covid-19

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Senior military officials quarantining after Coast Guard admiral tests positive for covid-19

"Appears the Corona virus crisis he's spreading to the Pentagon. CNN's reporting. The top U. S. General Mark Millie and several members of the senior Pentagon leadership are now quarantining after a top Coast Guard official tested positive for Corona virus. This news comes as President Trump spends his first full day back of the executive match in the White House. After leaving Walter Reed Medical Center President Trump will continue Corona virus treatments at the White House and his doctors say he's not out of the woods yet. We know that first week people can have symptoms that can be serious, but they may they may be relatively milder than the second week when you suddenly get inflammation, this inflammatory phase and that's where people can really very quickly go south. The president's team has not shared some key details about his condition. In a new poll from Axios 23% of those surveyed say the president being covert positive makes them less likely to trust him to provide accurate Corona virus information. 17% say it makes them more likely to trust the president, CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry for us from the White House, the president's doctor says Mr Trump's vital signs. And physical exam remains stable and overall, the president continues to do extremely

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"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"News I met Donna President Trump was in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was in New York and will be in Shanksville later today. This is the 19th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks. President Trump praised the people on the flight that crashed in Shanksville. No matter the danger, no matter the threat, no matter the odds, America will always rise up. Stand tall and fight back. Joint Chiefs of Staff chair General Mark Millie spoke at the Pentagon on 9 11. They tried to destroy us. But their murderous intent was never realised. Some events were scaled back this year because of the Corona virus. Another Arab country has come to an agreement with Israel. President Trump made the announcement at the White House. Rain will Fully normalized diplomatic relations with Israel. They will exchange embassies and ambassadors begin direct flights between their countries. This comes less than a week before the president host a White House ceremony to mark the establishment of full relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and AP tally of figures from Johns Hopkins University shows daily US deaths from the Corona virus is declining again after peaking early last month. A dozen states are bucking the trend and are reporting spikes in cases. A wildfire is virtually destroyed. Nicole Brown's hometown of talent, Oregon, We all have to help each other, you know. It's going to be really hard, but we're going to get through me Time in California. The North complex fire near the small city of Orville that exploded in wind driven flames earlier in the week was advancing more slowly. Today, at least 10 people have died. 16. Others are missing more than 2000 homes and other buildings burned in that fire in Northern California in Atlanta, a parking deck under construction has collapsed. Multiple people are trapped. One injured person has been rescued. This is AP News A new poll shows the pandemic has taken a harsh toll on the mental health of young Americans. Theeighty Shelly Adler has the story. A majority of Americans ages 18 through, 34 say they have atleast sometimes felt isolated in the past month, compared with about 40% of older Americans. That's according to the latest covert response tracking study conducted by Darcy at the University of Chicago, 25% of young adults who are going through life transitions like Wording college and finding jobs rate their mental health as fair or poor. Compared with just 13% of older adults. I'm Shelly Adler. India edged closer to recording nearly 100,000 Corona virus cases in 24 hours as it ordered retesting of many people whose first results were from the less reliable rapid auntie gin tests. Being widely used. India has the second highest caseload behind the United States. I made Donahue AP News AP.

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September 11 Memorial Service Held Near Shanksville, Pennsylvania

Tony Katz Today

01:05 min | 3 months ago

September 11 Memorial Service Held Near Shanksville, Pennsylvania

"Bells ringing near Shanksville, Pennsylvania for each of the 40 people on United Flight 93. 19 years after they fought back on 9 11 on that September morning when America was under attack, the battle turned in this guy's above this field President Trump a memorial they confronted the pure evil. And in their last act on this earth They saved our capital where it's believed the plane was headed is Democratic Challenger Joe Biden will also visit the Shanksville Memorial have to go into ground zero in New York, where two planes brought down the twin towers. My cousin firefighter David do Rubio. He was one of the nearly 3000 people murdered that day. Every name read aloud your sacrifices on that day. Will not be forgotten. There was also a ceremony at the Pentagon, where a third hijacked plane it's on 9 11. They tried to destroy us. But their murderous intent was never realized. Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Millie says in the war on terror since 6000 American troops have died. The

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New Pentagon policy effectively bans Confederate symbols at military sites

PBS NewsHour

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

New Pentagon policy effectively bans Confederate symbols at military sites

"Effectively bans the Confederate flag from military installations. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said in a memo that on Ly, the American flag will be displayed along with state territorial and military banners. At a virtual town hall, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Millie, said the oath that everyone makes in the military is paramount. Going back to the oath going back to the idea the idea that is America the idea that every one of us is free and equal. Remember the words of Lincoln that this is a nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men and I would add. All women are created equal period. Full stop on. That's what we're about. The president has defended the right to display the Confederate flag. In view of that the Pentagon policy never directly mentions the flag or uses the word ban, though it does have the same effect. The federal government has carried out

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"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:41 min | 10 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"The Pentagon is not reporting more cases of troops with traumatic brain injury after last month's missile strike in a rock the number has nearly doubled now the Pentagon says about 109 the military members have traumatic brain injury after effects from the Iranian ballistic missile attack at a base in western Iraq the number's been steadily increasing up from 64 reported last week but the Pentagon says most of the injured have been able to return to duty while some 30 are being treated or undergoing evaluation joint chiefs chairman general mark Millie says it's possible the symptoms of TB I from that attack will become apparent for a year or so the military is looking for ways to help prevent brain injuries on the battlefield Jackie Quinn Washington

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 Pentagon: 109 troops suffer brain injuries from Iran strike

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

Pentagon: 109 troops suffer brain injuries from Iran strike

"The Pentagon is not reporting more cases of troops with traumatic brain injury after last month's missile strike in a rock the number has nearly doubled now the Pentagon says about one hundred nine the military members have traumatic brain injury after effects from the Iranian ballistic missile attack at a base in western Iraq the number's been steadily increasing up from sixty four reported last week but the Pentagon says most of the injured have been able to return to duty while some thirty are being treated or undergoing evaluation joint chiefs chairman general mark Millie says it's possible the symptoms of TB I from that attack will become apparent for a year or so the military is looking for ways to help prevent brain injuries on the battlefield Jackie Quinn Washington

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14 more U.S. troops diagnosed with brain injuries

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

14 more U.S. troops diagnosed with brain injuries

"Pena rising number of US troops suffered traumatic brain injuries after around January eighth attack on a US base in Iraq WTOP is national security correspondent JJ green has the very latest the new number sixty four fourteen more than they were on Wednesday today the Pentagon announced they were fifty cases an increase of sixteen from the week before so the thirty new cases this week many of them have returned to duty but many questions are circulating about how the injuries took place sources tell WTOP those injured were in close proximity to a ballistic missile explosion the Pentagon's continuing to look into the situation which may take awhile and joint chiefs chairman general mark Millie says we'll continue to monitor them the rest of their lives and provide whatever treatment is

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"mark millie" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on WTOP

"Thirty five a sentencing hearing is expected to be under way this morning for the Coast Guard lieutenant accused of stockpiling guns and drafting a hit list of prominent Democrats in TV journalists fifty year old Christopher hacen has pleaded guilty to firearms and drug offenses prosecutors of recommended a twenty five year prison sentence they've called a domestic terrorist and self described white nationalist who was intent on carrying out mass killings but they did not file any terrorism related charges against him the number of American service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injury from the Iranian missile attack on the Iraqi base this month where Americans were house is still growing the Pentagon now says sixty four service members have been diagnosed with the injuries up from fifty reported earlier this week joint chiefs chairman general mark Millie's as all the injuries are categorized as mild but in some cases the troops will be monitored for the rest of their lives one of the highest dollar vacancies in the federal government is now filled as we hear from federal news networks Tom tenant the general services administration has named Julie done as commissioner of its federal acquisition service she's been on the job is acting the office carries out much of federal procurement policy and overseas contracts through which the government spends a couple of hundred billion dollars a year done succeeds Alain Thomas who left in October GSA's in the midst of several projects to modernize acquisition including establishment of E. commerce market places for the government similar to Amazon and consolidating twenty four multiple award contracts schedules into one both projects will change things a lot for both government and contractors as a house staff member done helped write the legislation mandating the policies shall help carry out we've got more federal news network dot com Bruce and John investors are apparently a little worried about coronavirus so at the moment in the early going on Wall Street the Dow was down two hundred seventeen points the nasdaq off for the S. and P. five hundred down fourteen and coming.

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Here's why Patriot missile defense systems aren't in Iraq yet

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Here's why Patriot missile defense systems aren't in Iraq yet

"Three weeks after Ron fired ballistic missiles that American forces in Iraq defense secretary mark S. persist patriot air defense systems have not been allowed to deploy to protect thousands of US troops boxes Jennifer Griffin asked esper if the Iraqi government was blocking the move we need the permission of the Iraqis that's one issue there may be others with regard to placement and things like that are more tactical more operational so it's a combination of things fox news first reported patriot surface to air missiles would likely deployed to Iraq in the wake of Iran's ballistic missile attack the chairman the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie later said Iran had intended to kill American troops but early warning and dispersal save

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Top US general says Iran wanted to 'kill personnel' in missile attack on US forces in Iraq

The KFBK Morning News

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Top US general says Iran wanted to 'kill personnel' in missile attack on US forces in Iraq

"K. a top US general says he believes the Iranian missile attack was intended to kill US troops cave because Brian shook reports chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie told reporters early warnings and defensive procedures explain why no one was killed or hurt in the attacks at two bases in Iraq housing U. S. troops Millie also suggested that Iran's allies could still be planning additional attacks he said he expects militia groups aligned with the Islamic Republic to carry out terrorist attacks against U. S. forces and our

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"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:24 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"Flavor to ease cigarettes popular with underage teens will be banned under new guidelines from the trump administration may be washed a correspondent saga Madani reports there are some exceptions it's the federal government's biggest step yet to fight a surgeon team vaping it will ban fruit candy mint and desert flavors from small cartridge based E. cigarettes the kind you see at gas stations and convenience stores but two flavors will stay on the market back on my all are much less likely to be used by kids it's one of two major exemptions for the multi billion dollar vaping market health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar's as large tank based vaping devices which are mainly sold in shops catering to adults will still be allowed combine the two exemptions are a big retreat from president trump's original plan to ban all the flavors from all types of the cigarettes I want to protect the industry Sager make on the Washington pope Francis is calling on governments to enjoy everyone has access to a suitable healthcare in an annual a papal message reflecting on the needs of sick people from his urged healthcare institutions and government leaders not to neglect social justice out of preoccupation for financial concerns the pope lamented in his written statement that many in the world have no access to healthcare because they live in poverty France is also described it as tragic that medical personnel and facilities have been attacked during walls and violent conflicts and decried that political authorities attempt to manipulate medical care for their own advantage view all says it'll stop hiring anyone who uses of nicotine that includes those who use the E. cigarettes and vaping products the company's new nicotine free policy goes into effect February first in more than twenty states with the company operates people already working there won't be affected you all international employees around thirty thousand people across the US and Canada and it expects the nicotine free hiring policy will help create a more healthy corporate culture wire last night on fire ballistic missiles at US troops stationed at two bases in Iraq we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases president trump says of Ron appears to be standing down but US forces remain prepared for anything joint chiefs of staff chairman general mark Millie says he believes the Iranians were out to kill US troops and the fact that no one was killed was due to the defense of procedures and effectiveness of U. S. early warning system top administration officials brief US senators and others in Congress on last week's drone attack that killed the top general in Iran's revolutionary guard Florida Republican Marco Rubio says the guard has been a growing threat in the Middle East for quite some time not only am I committed there was a near term threats but that there is an ongoing your terms right exists today but it really existed back in the last two months of this year it's been ongoing for awhile one hundred seventy six people are dead in the crash of Ukrainian airliner shortly after takeoff from Tehran's airport early this morning at least sixty three Canadians were on board but prime minister Justin Trudeau says one hundred thirty eight of those passengers were bound for Canada and he wants answers in the coming days and weeks our government will continue to work closely with its partners to ensure that this crash is thoroughly investigated Canadians have questions they deserve answers a Democrat who attended the classified briefing by trump administration official says they had no intelligence indicating the plane was shot down a Connecticut man ordered detained on six million dollars bail on charges he killed his estranged wife a crime investigators say stood to benefit him financially as they went through a bitter divorce and child custody proceedings this is a pay news Macy's is closing nearly thirty stores in the wake of the latest holiday shopping season Jackie Quinn with more the comparable store sales figure for November December was a drop of point six percent it's actually much better than what analysts expected and a vast improvement from the.

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:42 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"On the mac Donald LG out here it's basically very cannot be combined with any other offer or combo meal and found by hikers this fall near mount Williamson California second highest peak has been identified it's from the body of a Japanese American artist who left the man's in our internment camp to paint in the mountains in the waning days of World War two the Inyo county sheriff use DNA to identify the remains of the ichimonji mora who succumb to the elements during a freak summer snowstorm during a hike with other members of the camp my two more had apparently stopped to paint a water color while the other men continued toward a lake to go fishing his body was found a month later and buried in the mountains by family and friends but the story faded over time in the location of the grave site and remote boulder strewn area twelve thousand feet above sea level was lost to time last October two hikers stumbled on the remains authorities had trouble Ideen the body at first but later suspected it was much more because of the twenty twelve documentary the Manson are fishing club about intrepid prisoners who escaped from camp at night and slip into the mountains to fish for trout sometimes for weeks at a time while the segment of the film on month to Moore's death didn't make the final cut the filmmaker often addressed the tragedy while speaking at screening so the story became more broadly known the US is urging American citizens to get out of a rock a piece of my Krazy reports tensions are high following the killing of a runny in general the state department is telling US citizens in Iraq to leave immediately the warning follows a U. S. air strike that killed Iran's top military commander in Baghdad in the statement the state department sites heightened tensions in Iraq and the region additionally the state department says all consular operations at the US embassy compound in Baghdad have been suspended due to Iranian backed militia attacks and U. S. citizens should not approach the embassy earlier this week protesters attacked the embassy in response to U. S. airstrikes against a malicious supported by Iran Mike Crossey a Washington another democratic hopeful for president appears to be on her way out A. P.'s my cross to report campaign staff have been laid off but the towel hasn't been thrown in yet Marianne Williamson is long shot bid for the democratic presidential nomination looks to be on life support two former staffers say Williamson has laid off her entire twenty twenty campaign staff and writing on Instagram Thursday Williamson said she's giving up on the first contest of the twenty twenty campaign Williamson wrote there's no way her campaign can compete in Iowa which hosts the first in the nation caucuses February third instead Williamson wrote we're on our way to New Hampshire for the month targeting the granite state's primary on February eleventh hi Mike Crossey the choir last night on fire ballistic missiles at US troops stationed at two bases in Iraq we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases president trump says of Ron appears to be standing down but US forces remain prepared for anything joint chiefs of staff chairman general mark Millie says he believes the Iranians were out to kill US troops and the fact that no one was killed was due to the defense of procedures and effectiveness of U. S. early warning system top administration officials brief US senators and others in Congress on last week's drone attack that killed the top general in Iran's revolutionary guard Florida Republican Marco Rubio says the guard has been a growing threat in the Middle East for quite some time not only am I committed there was a near term threats but that there's an ongoing your terms right exists today but it really existed back in the last two months of this year it's been ongoing for awhile one hundred seventy six people are dead in the crash of Ukrainian airliner shortly after takeoff from Tehran's airport early this morning at least sixty three Canadians were on board but prime minister Justin Trudeau says one hundred thirty eight of those passengers were bound for Canada and he wants answers in the coming days and weeks our government will continue to work closely with its partners to ensure that this crash is thoroughly investigated Canadians have questions they deserve answers a Democrat who attended the classified briefing by trump administration official says they had no intelligence indicating the plane was shot down a Connecticut man ordered detained on six million dollars bail on charges he killed his estranged wife a crime investigators say stood to benefit him financially as they went through a bitter divorce and child custody proceedings this is a pay.

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"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"A skeleton found by hikers this fall near mount Williamson California second highest peak has been identified it's from the body of a Japanese American artist who left the man's in our internment camp to paint in the mountains in the waning days of World War two the Inyo county sheriff use DNA to identify the remains of the ichimonji mora who succumb to the elements during a freak summer snowstorm during a hike with other members of the camp much more ahead apparently stop to paint a water color while the other men continue toward a lake to go fishing his body was found a month later and buried in the mountains by family and friends but the story faded over time in the location of the grave site and remote boulder strewn area twelve thousand feet above sea level was lost to time last October two hikers stumbled on the remains authorities had trouble Ideen the body at first but later suspected it was much more because of the twenty twelve documentary the Manson are fishing club about intrepid prisoners who escaped from camp at night and slip into the mountains to fish for trout sometimes for weeks at a time while the segment of the film on month to Moore's death didn't make the final cut the filmmaker often addressed the tragedy while speaking at screening so the story became more broadly known the US is urging American citizens to get out of a rock a piece of my Krazy reports tensions are high following the killing of a running in general the state department is telling US citizens in Iraq to leave immediately the warning follows a U. S. air strike that killed Iran's top military commander in Baghdad in the statement the state department sites heightened tensions in Iraq and the region additionally the state department says all consular operations at the US embassy compound in Baghdad have been suspended due to Iranian backed militia attacks and U. S. citizens should not approach the embassy earlier this week protesters attacked the embassy in response to U. S. airstrikes against a malicious supported by Iran Mike Crossey a Washington another democratic hopeful for president appears to be on her way out A. P.'s my cross to report campaign staff have been laid off but the towel hasn't been thrown in yet Marianne Williamson is long shot bid for the democratic presidential nomination looks to be on life support two former staffers say Williamson has laid off her entire twenty twenty campaign staff and writing on Instagram Thursday Williamson said she's giving up on the first contest of the twenty twenty campaign Williamson wrote there's no way her campaign can compete in Iowa which hosts the first in the nation caucuses February third instead Williamson wrote we're on our way to New Hampshire for the month targeting the granite state's primary on February eleventh hi Mike Crossey last night on fire ballistic missiles at US troops stationed at two bases in Iraq we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases president trump says of Ron appears to be standing down but US forces remain prepared for anything joint chiefs of staff chairman general mark Millie says he believes the Iranians were out to kill US troops and the fact that no one was killed was due to the defense of procedures and effectiveness of U. S. early warning system top administration officials brief US senators and others in Congress on last week's drone attack that killed the top general in Iran's revolutionary guard Florida Republican Marco Rubio says the guard has been a growing threat in the Middle East for quite some time not only am I committed there was a near term threats but that there's an ongoing your terms right exists today but it really existed back in the last two months of this year it's been ongoing for awhile one hundred seventy six people are dead in the crash of Ukrainian airliner shortly after takeoff from Tehran's airport early this morning at least sixty three Canadians were on board but prime minister Justin Trudeau says one hundred thirty eight of those passengers were bound for Canada and he wants answers in the coming days and weeks our government will continue to work closely with its partners to ensure that this crash is thoroughly investigated Canadians have questions they deserve answers a Democrat who attended the classified briefing by trump administration official says they had no intelligence indicating the plane was shot down a Connecticut man ordered detained on six million dollars bail on charges he killed his estranged wife but crime investigators say stood to benefit him financially as they went through a bitter divorce and child custody proceedings this is a pay news Macy's is closing nearly thirty stores in the wake of the latest holiday shopping season Jackie Quinn with more the comparable store sales figure for November December was a drop of point six percent it's actually much better than what analysts expected and a vast improvement from the.

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"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:04 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"A skeleton found by hikers this fall near mount Williamson California second highest peak has been identified it's from the body of a Japanese American artist who left the man's in our internment camp to paint in the mountains in the waning days of World War two the Inyo county sheriff use DNA to identify the remains of the ichi Matsumura who succumb to the elements during a freak summer snowstorm during a hike with other members of the camp my two more had apparently stopped to paint a water color while the other men continued toward a lake to go fishing his body was found a month later and buried in the mountains by family and friends but the story faded over time in the location of the grave site and remote boulder strewn area twelve thousand feet above sea level was lost to time last October two hikers stumbled on the remains authorities had trouble Ideen the body at first but later suspected it was much more because of the twenty twelve documentary the Manson are fishing club about intrepid prisoners who escaped from camp at night and slip into the mountains to fish for trout sometimes for weeks at a time while the segment of the film on month to Moore's death didn't make the final cut the filmmaker often addressed the tragedy while speaking at screening so the story became more broadly known the US is urging American citizens to get out of a rock a piece of my cross the reports tensions are high following the killing of a Ronnie in general the state department is telling US citizens in Iraq to leave immediately the warning follows a U. S. air strike that killed Iran's top military commander in Baghdad in the statement the state department sites heightened tensions in Iraq and the region additionally the state department says all consular operations at the US embassy compound in Baghdad have been suspended due to Iranian backed militia attacks and U. S. citizens should not approach the embassy earlier this week protesters attacked the embassy in response to U. S. airstrikes against a malicious supported by Iran Mike Crossey a Washington another democratic hopeful for president appears to be on her way out A. P.'s my cross to report campaign staff have been laid off but the towel hasn't been thrown in yet Marianne Williamson is long shot bid for the democratic presidential nomination looks to be on life support two former staffers say Williamson has laid off her entire twenty twenty campaign staff and writing on Instagram Thursday Williamson said she's giving up on the first contest of the twenty twenty campaign Williamson wrote there's no way her campaign can compete in Iowa which hosts the first in the nation caucuses February third instead Williamson wrote we're on our way to New Hampshire for the month targeting the granite state's primary on February eleventh hi Mike Crossey I'm in the choir last night on fire ballistic missiles at US troops stationed at two bases in Iraq we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases president trump says of Ron appears to be standing down but US forces remain prepared for anything joint chiefs of staff chairman general mark Millie says he believes the Iranians were out to kill US troops and the fact that no one was killed was due to the defense of procedures and effectiveness of U. S. early warning system top administration officials brief US senators and others in Congress on last week's drone attack that killed the top general in Iran's revolutionary guard Florida Republican Marco Rubio says the guard has been a growing threat in the Middle East for quite some time not only am I committed there was a near term threats but that there's an ongoing your terms right exists today but it really existed back in the last two months of this year it's been ongoing for awhile one hundred seventy six people are dead in the crash of Ukrainian airliner shortly after takeoff from Tehran's airport early this morning at least sixty three Canadians were on board but prime minister Justin Trudeau says one hundred thirty eight of those passengers were bound for Canada and he wants answers in the coming days and weeks our government will continue to work closely with its partners to ensure that this crash is thoroughly investigated Canadians have questions they deserve answers a Democrat who attended the classified briefing by trump administration official says they had no intelligence indicating the plane was shot down a Connecticut man ordered detained on six million dollars bail on charges he killed his estranged wife but crime investigators say stood to benefit him financially as they went through a bitter divorce and child custody proceedings this is a pay news Macy's is closing nearly thirty stores in the wake of the latest holiday shopping season Jackie Quinn with more the comparable store sales figure for November December was a drop of points I'm in the choir last night on fire ballistic missiles at US troops stationed at two bases in Iraq we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases president trump says of Ron appears to be standing down but US forces remain prepared for anything joint chiefs of staff chairman general mark Millie says he believes the Iranians were out to kill US troops and the fact that no one was killed was due to the defense of procedures and effectiveness of U. S. early warning system top administration officials brief US senators and others in Congress on last week's drone attack that killed the top general in Iran's revolutionary guard Florida Republican Marco Rubio says the guard has been a growing threat in the Middle East for quite some time not only am I committed there was a near term threats but that there is an ongoing your terms right exists today but it really existed back in the last two months of this year it's been ongoing for awhile one hundred seventy six people are dead in the crash of Ukrainian airliner shortly after takeoff from Tehran's airport early this morning at least sixty three Canadians were on board but prime minister Justin Trudeau says one hundred thirty eight of those passengers were bound for Canada and he wants answers in the coming days and weeks our government will continue to work closely with its partners to ensure that this crash is thoroughly investigated Canadians have questions they deserve answers a Democrat who attended the classified briefing by trump administration official says they had no intelligence indicating the plane was shot down a Connecticut man ordered detained on six million dollars bail on charges he killed his estranged wife but crime investigators say stood to benefit him financially as they went through a bitter divorce and child custody proceedings this is a pay news Macy's is closing nearly thirty stores in the wake of the latest holiday shopping season Jackie Quinn with more the comparable store sales figure for November December was a drop of point six percent it's actually much better than what analysts expected and a vast improvement from the.

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AP News

15:21 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"America's top military officer says in his opinion a Ron was intending to kill U. S. personnel with the missiles fired at military bases in Iraq early Wednesday the Pentagon says 16 Iranian missiles were fired across the border one struck inner Beale 11 missiles landed at the Alassane air base in western Iraq there were no casualties prompting some to wonder if a run it gone easy with its retaliation over the killing of a top general but joint chiefs chairman mark Millie says he believes the missiles were aimed to kill a structural damage destroyed vehicles and aircraft and to feel personally he says intelligence analysts are still investigating defense secretary mark S. purses lives were spared because our warning systems and all those things were activated and watching he says there are ongoing discussions with the White House on what happens next Jackie Quinn Washington

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The Latest: Iran says it doesn't want war, but will respond

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

The Latest: Iran says it doesn't want war, but will respond

"America's top military officer says in his opinion a Ron was intending to kill U. S. personnel with the missiles fired at military bases in Iraq early Wednesday the Pentagon says sixteen Iranian missiles were fired across the border one struck inner Beale eleven missiles landed at the Alassane air base in western Iraq there were no casualties prompting some to wonder if a run it gone easy with its retaliation over the killing of a top general but joint chiefs chairman mark Millie says he believes the missiles were aimed to kill a structural damage destroyed vehicles and aircraft and to feel personally he says intelligence analysts are still investigating defense secretary mark S. purses lives were spared because our warning systems and all those things were activated and watching he says there are ongoing discussions with the White House on what happens next Jackie Quinn Washington

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AP News

09:36 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie says he doesn't think Iran was just sending a message with a Levin ballistic missiles landing at the al Asad air base in western Iraq no Americans were killed but Millie says based on what he saw he believes the strikes were intended to kill personnel and cause structural damage destroy vehicles equipment and aircraft he says an early warning system helped save lives president trump is calling on NATO to increase its involvement in the situation in the Middle East Jackie Quinn Washington

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The Latest: US general: Iran missiles 'intended' to kill

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

The Latest: US general: Iran missiles 'intended' to kill

"The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie says he doesn't think Iran was just sending a message with a Levin ballistic missiles landing at the al Asad air base in western Iraq no Americans were killed but Millie says based on what he saw he believes the strikes were intended to kill personnel and cause structural damage destroy vehicles equipment and aircraft he says an early warning system helped save lives president trump is calling on NATO to increase its involvement in the situation in the Middle East Jackie Quinn Washington

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Iran attacks bases housing US troops

Charlie Parker

03:43 min | 11 months ago

Iran attacks bases housing US troops

"Iran has attacked two bases in Iraq that house American troops with a barrage of missiles early yesterday Iranian official news media United States officials have confirmed the fact the revenge by the revolutionary guards has begun Iraqi military officials say that Iran had fired twenty two missiles at two military bases United States officials initially say there are no immediate indications American casualties senior Iraqi officials say there were no American or were you recognized in the strikes I ran a news release said that there were over eighty people killed after the strikes the president without a strong response to any Iranian attack on American targets met at the White House with his top national security advisers that includes defense secretary mark asper and general mark Millie the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and they discuss possible retaliatory options on Twitter a few hours later the president struck an upbeat tone promised to make a statement this morning he tweeted quote all is well missiles launched from Iran at two military bases loaded interact assessment of casualties and damage is taking place now so far so good we have the most powerful and well equipped military anywhere in the world by far the American killing of carousel of money a hero at home in a terrorist to the United States government in pretty much the rest of the world is ours scale in one of most dangerous confrontations between the two countries in the four day decades of animosity there followed the Islamic revolution Iran's firing of those missiles from inside its borders they do not rely on rockets from Iranian backed proxies start message from Tehran that it has the will and the ability to strike American targets in Iraq Iranian officials said the attacks began at one twenty Iranian time X. somewhere in the neighborhood of the four o'clock hour here yesterday afternoon the military oil energy sites placed on high alert the underground missile defense systems prepared to counter attack that coming from a person who is familiar with the planning two people close to the revolutionary guards says that if the United States does not strike Iran will also de escalates but if the United States did attack Iran was preparing for at least a limited conflict now unlike after the American drone strike last week that killed through a money democratic congressional leaders were notified immediately after the Iranian strikes Nancy Pelosi says she was meeting last night was senior Democrats about Mr trump's impeachment trial when she was handed a note telling her of the Iranian attack on American forces one of the bases that was struck yesterday al Asad air base long time has been a hub for American military operations Danish troops also again station their recent years the other base that was a struct and orders struck again beetle in northern Iraq has been a special ops hub to hundreds of American and other allied troops logistics personnel and intelligence

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Iran attacks two Iraqi bases housing US forces in revenge for Soleimani's death

All Things Considered

02:31 min | 11 months ago

Iran attacks two Iraqi bases housing US forces in revenge for Soleimani's death

"Tonight the US department of defense says Iran has launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles against American military forces in Iraq this attack against US forces comes after Iranian leaders vowed to retaliate for the killing of an Iranian general Qassem Soleimani NPR White House correspondent Franco or doing as joins us here in the studio and Franco what else do we know about these attacks tonight well we know that the Pentagon says it is clear that the missiles were launched from Iran US officials say they targeted at least two Iraqi military bases hosting US military in coalition forces the Iranian revolutionary guard is taking credit for the attack saying this is harsh revenge for the Solomonic killing and they warned even harsher response if the United States took further action I'll just note that the US has been preparing for some type of retaliation and what has the administration said tonight anything well the White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham says that the president has been briefed and is closely monitoring the situation as well as consulting with his national security team we know that defense secretary Mike as per as well as mark Millie chairman of the joints chief of staff chief of staff were at the White House tonight I'll also just added the vice president Mike pence also briefed house speaker Nancy Pelosi on the missile attacks represent of Hakeem Jeffries of New York he spoke with NPR's Claudia Chrysopolis and it said that members are still trying to gather information trying to figure out the well being of U. S. soldiers and any Americans there I know many people are concerned about casualties and at this point we don't have information about whether any Americans or Iraqis have been harmed as you said American officials have been very aware of the potential for Iran to strike back and said that the US would retaliate what are you expecting yeah earlier today in fact president trump said the U. S. military is prepared to retaliate if Iran strikes back if Iran does anything that they shouldn't be doing they're gonna be suffering the consequences and very strongly we still have a lot to report on with colleagues and at the Pentagon and in Baghdad in there doing those things right now and in Tehran and terror on I'll note that the president was clear earlier this week he warned of a disproportionate military response if to Iran if it right if it carries out a retaliatory strike against the US that's white house correspondent Frank or doing is with the latest on this breaking story thank you Franco thank

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The U.S. Seemed to Be Leaving Iraq. But It Was All an ‘Honest Mistake.’

Pat Farnack

01:13 min | 11 months ago

The U.S. Seemed to Be Leaving Iraq. But It Was All an ‘Honest Mistake.’

"Hill defense secretary mark asper says there are no plans to pull troops out of Iraq the calm and followed a confusing day at the Pentagon after a draft letter implied otherwise general mark Millie chairman of the joint chiefs of staff told reporters that the draft letter circulated internally by a U. S. marine commander was a poorly written honest mistake that should never have gotten out around foreign minister says he's been denied a visa into the U. S. to attend this week's U. N. security council meeting CBS news security analyst Paul boiled it says this is not a surprise the bottom line is that the Iranian government has made very clear statements numerous times since January third and since the drone strike that their next step actions are going to be severe against the United States and against its citizens and against its assets so using the foundation of the fact that visas can be denied for security terrorism for policy reasons this is not a surprise it's clearly in the United States position and right and it's already to do so the US state department has not commented on the visa requests the U. S. as the host of the U. N. headquarters is supposed to allow foreign officials to attend such

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US hasn't decided on Iraq withdrawal, Pentagon says, calling general's letter a mistake

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

US hasn't decided on Iraq withdrawal, Pentagon says, calling general's letter a mistake

"The U. S. is not pulling its troops out of Iraq all the leaked letter written by U. S. general made it appear that way chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie clarified with reporters that the unsigned draft letter had been sent to the Iraqi military by mistake Millie said the draft letter was poorly worded then implied withdrawal Millie said that is not what's happening the letter exploded on social media platforms as it appeared to indicate a withdrawal in the wake of the Iraqi parliament's non binding vote that call for the removal of US troops from Iraq we Martinez ABC news the

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AP News

12:48 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"Defense department officials were scrambling to do damage control Monday and joint chiefs chairman mark Millie says quote nobody's leaving there's no onward movement honest mistake the draft addressed to an official at the Iraqi ministry of defense said US troops would be repositioning forces to prepare for on word movement adding we respect your sovereign decision to order our departure defense secretary mark asper says the US has been re positioning troops because of the increased threats from a run and that letter was meant to coordinate with the Iraqi military he says there's been no decision whatsoever to leave Iraq despite the Iraqi parliament voting to expel US troops after the strike that killed a top Iranian general Jackie Quinn Washington

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'Honest mistake' sets off alarm about US troops in Iraq

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

'Honest mistake' sets off alarm about US troops in Iraq

"Defense department officials were scrambling to do damage control Monday and joint chiefs chairman mark Millie says quote nobody's leaving there's no onward movement honest mistake the draft addressed to an official at the Iraqi ministry of defense said US troops would be repositioning forces to prepare for on word movement adding we respect your sovereign decision to order our departure defense secretary mark asper says the US has been re positioning troops because of the increased threats from a run and that letter was meant to coordinate with the Iraqi military he says there's been no decision whatsoever to leave Iraq despite the Iraqi parliament voting to expel US troops after the strike that killed a top Iranian general Jackie Quinn Washington

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"mark millie" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"mark millie" Discussed on KNSS

"One answer sign Lisa let's Sarah fox news senators will hear pretty ministration officials after last week's airstrike near the Baghdad airport kill the top around the in general lawmakers are scheduled to be briefed by top state department and Pentagon brass this week about the operation that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani could win lose remember we're all Americans first and we're all in this together Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says his democratic colleagues should hold off on any criticism of the military action until they learn all the facts democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the administration must be more transparent about the facts so that people can here a justification and see if it's actually a valid one votes on war powers resolutions are also expected in both the house and Senate Sox's John help print on Capitol Hill earlier today a letter servers that appeared to suggest US troops are pulling out of a rock chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie says that's not the case poorly worded implies withdrawal that is not what's happening general Millie says more troops are heading into Kuwait and there will be more helicopter flies over a rock one person killed another wounded after shooting at a Walmart in New Orleans belief you Sean Ferguson says suspects in custody this individual walk into this Walmart these charges filed on its individual striking him in his chest that person died in the hospital the second person was shot in the foot as it is in stable condition a motive is not yet known at Cape Canaveral Florida three two one zero mission SpaceX with its third launch of sixty more starling satellites founder Ilan mosque plans to ultimately launch thousands of these contacts had lied to provide global internet service America's listening to fox news quiet weather in the forecast for the next few days it'll be a clear goal of it this evening as the night goes on our low right around twenty five studied a bit breezy throughout our Tuesday the high fifty five and we're back to the mid fifties on Wednesday plenty of sun increasing south went to thirty five miles per hour dry weather on Thursday im Kay NSS meteorologist Jennifer.

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What's Happening In Baghdad Following Iraqi Parliament Vote To Expel U.S. Forces

All Things Considered

01:43 min | 11 months ago

What's Happening In Baghdad Following Iraqi Parliament Vote To Expel U.S. Forces

"The US has informed the Iraqi government it is moving some forces in the country in line with the request from the Iraqi parliament our parliament has voted request US forces leave in the wake of the killing of an Iranian general in Baghdad Tom Bowman says there were no plans at the moment for US forces to leave entirely defense secretary markers for told a small group of reporters at the U. S. is not made a decision about withdrawing troops from Iraq there was a letter that went out for the American command in Baghdad that talked about re positioning troops within a rack but not actually leaving Iraq and then the general mark Millie the chairman joint chiefs of staff told us that letter was a mistake it should not have been sent out and clearly it cause some confusion NPR's Tom Bowman meanwhile general asper seem to suggest today contrary to comments on Twitter by president trump would be no US attack against Iran in cultural sites Ronnie leaders meanwhile are promising to avenge the U. S. killing of one of their top generals but the country does have other options that do not involve a direct attack on U. S. targets here's NPR's Greg wiry around his long sought to drive US military forces out of the region Trina Parsi of the Quincy institute says the Iranians have no prospect of doing that by force but now there's a potential political path to that goal with Iraq calling on U. S. forces to pack up and go if in the meantime the political situation in the rock leads to the U. S. leaving in may actually enable the values of the clear their little victory and not take any action against the last one Ronnie an attack remains a strong possibility analysts say the country is wary of an open ended military conflict with the U.

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"mark millie" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"mark millie" Discussed on KGO 810

"The run promises revenge US troops to the Middle East I'm bored that runs the supreme leader valley severe revenge on those responsible for the death of top military commander custom sum of money president trump called for the strike it was plotting attacks against Americans but now we've ensured that his atrocities have been stopped for good north when a barber's store addresses what the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark Millie had to say is there a risk now to US safety in the region damn right there is risk Millie told reporters but to deal with that risk the US has stepped up its defenses and plans to send thousands of additional troops to the Middle East New York City Washington DC Los Angeles to Miami are on alert with the NYPD saying it has deployed additional resources to sensitive locations but said there were no credible threats at this time oil prices surging stock slipping following the strike that killed we are running in general a stand over the bank in Rockford Illinois within our man inside is over the suspect surrendering to police after holding woman hostage for more than six hours Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says it's preposterous to have an impeachment trial without calling witnesses more on that from correspondent Linda Kenya Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at first said he would not support calling any witnesses but the later said the user should be decided mid trial senator Schumer says that makes no sense he's essentially proposing to conduct the whole trial and then once the trial is basically over consider the question of evidence that makes no sense that's Alice in Wonderland logic the disagreement on the Senate floor comes as the Senate waits for the house to send over the articles of impeachment the new north American trade pact will be considered by the Senate finance committee on Tuesday I'm Bortnick this is Katie San Francisco a cumulus stations now on Amazon Alexa open the KGO eight ten scale taking a look at KGO traffic.

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"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"mark millie" Discussed on AP News

"Defense secretary mark esper says America will be ready the game is changed telling reporters here the US is prepared to take preemptive military action if it gets advance word of an attack we're prepared to do what is necessary to defend our personnel are are and then our interests and our partners in the region as for says there are indications of more Iranian provocation days after Ronnie and backed militiamen and their supporters stormed the U. S. embassy compound in Baghdad joint chiefs chairman mark Millie says it won't happen again anyone who attempts to over run that will run into a buzz saw Sager mag on the at the Pentagon

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"mark millie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mark millie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A former TSA whistle blower J. Brainerd is the top TSA official in Kansas and he's warning security is getting soft because of an increased emphasis on moving people more quickly through security he says he fears something happening that will cost American lives in war to it's not a question of if it's a question of when mark Millie the head of the joint chiefs of staff is responding to reports that US officials have released public statements about the war in Afghanistan which they know to be untrue I know that I and many many others gave assessments at the time based on facts that we knew at the time and those are honest assessments and they were never intended to deceive neither the Congress nor the American people defense secretary more Casper says the US will remain in Afghanistan as long as there is a potential terrorist threat White House trade adviser Peter Navarro predicts a better year ahead for U. S. farmers and ranchers with the anticipated signing of a first phase trade deal with China have seen the details of the agricultural purchases that that did they need to be signed and soul it's a deal and it's a promise of from China to buy those once they sign signed a deal president trump talked with the Chinese president today president she says he thinks the US is undermined relations by waiting if the Chinese internal policies on Wall Street the Dow off one hundred twenty three points hi Mike Moore it's your last chance to get gifts before the holiday and right now at Old Navy everything's up to seventy five.

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"mark millie" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mark millie" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Each year more than six thousand American veterans take their own lives these include some of the bravest and most dedicated men and women this nation has ever produced general mark Millie is chairman of the joint chiefs of staff I've had about two hundred and forty two soldiers that have been killed under my command one way or another since nine one one but I think of them a lot he was on ABC's this week here's how to help as we honor veterans day for Michael Hudson who spent thirty plus years in the marines and now works for clear force a risk management firm in Virginia Michael we all want to help but we don't always know how yet that's exactly a good way to think about it the challenges there is no one sign or one indicator and individuals on that pathway to take their life by suicide and the data supports that really engagement organizationally is a way to get out and augment data will think about it is it is an organization and put the pieces together so you see these indicators potentially how do you understand that in contact with that individual and that's were like tools and technology can be helped the organizational culture can be helpful and outreach is well you can look at that instead of having the individual who's struggling have to reach out for help necessarily it is a way for you to become aware of those indicators or see baseline behavior changes you can have a reach out start the conversation I think a lot of times I can be very helpful sorry you reference organizational culture what is enough to do it how can I help the military one of the things you're we learn early on and that is in the thirty years in the marines you build this part of the team culture and we're working out for each other we don't need nobody behind it I'm sure you've heard that so if your initiation start working at employees are listed Hey they're part of our team right so we have this organization says we hired you we brought you in we absolutely want you to contribute to be part of the tape and we are.

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"mark millie" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mark millie" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The whistle blower via witness sign chain Metzler fox news the whistleblower who first alerted Congress to the president's controversial phone call with Ukraine's president is on the G. O. P. list of witnesses the Republicans want to hear from one house impeachment hearings go public this Wednesday house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff has the final say but in since the whistle blowers testimony is no longer needed since other witnesses will provide first hand accounts of that phone call here's what Texas Republican congressman will heard had to say on fox news Sunday what I do would like to see happen is for Adam Schiff the chairmanship chairman of the house permanent select committee on intelligence to answer questions about what was his engagement with the whistle blower and before the information his out of the whistleblowers allegations were transmitted to to the to Congress also won the GOP witness list hunter Biden and his partner she says that is outside the inquiry's focus president trump today tweeting that his call with Ukraine's president was perfect urging people once again to read the transcript and he says he will release the transcript of an April phone call he had with Ukrainian president a lot of years a Lansky this week no actual transcripts that we exist to presidential phone calls but notes are taken and the coals summarized the president also warning Republicans against being led into what he calls of fools trap of saying the call was not perfect but is not impeachable though the president announced he was pulling US troops out of Syria others are being deployed there how many general mark Millie chairman of the joint chiefs saying he would not give a number.

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"mark millie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mark millie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Who first alerted Congress to the president's controversial phone call with Ukraine's president is on the GOP list of witnesses the Republicans want to hear from when house impeachment hearings go public this Wednesday house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff has the final say but in since the whistle blowers testimony is no longer needed since other witnesses will provide first hand accounts of that phone call here's what Texas Republican congressman will heard had to say on fox news Sunday what I do would like to see happen is for Adam Schiff the chairmanship chairman of the house permanent select committee on intelligence to answer questions about what was his engagement with the whistle blower before the information his out of the whistle blowers allegations were transmitted to to the to Congress also won the GOP witness list hunter Biden and his partner she says that is outside the inquiry's focus president trump today tweeting that his call with Ukraine's president was perfect urging people once again to read the transcript and he says he will release the transcript of an April phone call he had with Ukrainian president a lot of years a Lansky this week no actual transcripts that we exist to presidential phone calls but notes are taken and the coals summarized the president also warning Republicans against being led into what he calls of fools trap of saying the call was not perfect but is not impeachable though the president announced he was pulling US troops out of Syria others are being deployed there how many general mark Millie chairman of the joint chiefs saying he would not give a number.

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