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Judge Shields Some Texas Abortion Clinics From Group's Suits

Howie Carr

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Judge Shields Some Texas Abortion Clinics From Group's Suits

"Abortion clinics temporarily shielded from being sued by the state's largest anti abortion group under a new bat rule banning most abortions. But Washington is paying attention to other Republican led states considers similar laws that allow third parties to sue people suspected of aiding abortions. Massachusetts Democratic Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. Just because there's a ban on abortion doesn't mean that abortions will stop happening. It means that there will not be access to safe and legal abortions for our most vulnerable and at the White House very unusual mechanisms in this law that let one neighbor Sue, another neighbor was top of mind for the president. He described that as a vigilante system and said it was almost on American. The White House said that they are looking for ways of the federal government can respond to the law and ensure that all women have access to safe and legal abortion. But still, the White House has not yet laid out any specific next steps. A B C's Mary Alice Parks, the

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White House Urges Private Businesses to Protect Against Ransomware Threats

Tim Conway Jr.

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

White House Urges Private Businesses to Protect Against Ransomware Threats

"Cyber attacks threatening to derail the country's infrastructure. The White House is now releasing a new memo to private businesses, urging them to take action. Now they're telling them to shore up their digital defenses before they become the next victim. ABC S Mary Alice Parks has the latest Mary Alice Parks. Let's roll the White House today, reaching out to American businesses that are increasingly finding themselves the target of cyber and ransomware attacks. Writing in a new memo that all organizations must recognize that no company is safe from being targeted, regardless of size or location. This coming after the country's largest mass transit agency in New York City revealed its computers were the target of an attempted attack linked to the Chinese government in April.

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Harris Takes on a New Role as She Heads on Her First Overseas Trip

Ric Edelman

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Harris Takes on a New Role as She Heads on Her First Overseas Trip

"President Kamala Harris steps onto the world stage. Today she traveled to Guatemala navies, He's Mary Alice Parks in Guatemala City sing immigration is the focus. Vice President Kamala Harris, making her first foreign trip with a two day swing to Guatemala and Mexico. Her mission one that has stumped many American leaders before. How to slow surge in migration from the region now at levels not seen in decades.

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Biden administration set to issue $1,400 stimulus payments

News, Traffic and Weather

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Biden administration set to issue $1,400 stimulus payments

"As covert relief stimulus payments had make accounts through direct deposit. The Biden administration is working to make sure all eligible Americans get their money of those direct $1400 payments laid out in President Biden's covert relief package. Already landing in bank accounts. The White House aware millions of Americans, often the poorest and most vulnerable struggle to get their stimulus payments last time. The I R. S promising to do better working to send more payments straight to bank accounts. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. I'm directed US ABC News Homo News 1000 FM 97

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Covid Stimulus Bill Heads to the Senate

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Covid Stimulus Bill Heads to the Senate

"Again so far. President Biden Saturday called on the Senate to follow the house and pass a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill. Maybe see White House correspondent Mary Alice Parks has more on the future of the bill that includes $1400 payments to most Americans. The Senate could begin debate on the bill as early as this week. There, the president likely cannot afford to lose any democratic votes, fissures and the failures. Defects, the flaws in our system. During the course of this pandemic have been blown up for all to see. Vice President Kamila Harris could be the tiebreaker. Harris noting this weekend how minority families and communities have been hit

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"mary alice" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mary alice" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Dancing in your head. More and more experts seem to think it's gonna take days, Maybe even weeks before all the votes are counted, thanks in large part to the big number of male an absentee ballots expected. A national poll out this week shows half of his plan to vote in person election data. Third will up for male or absentee. Those doing so in person say they prefer President Trump by 22 points, according to the survey was planning the vote by mail prefer Jewel Biden by 42. That means election that may end with the president. Ahead because of tallied in person boards. Italy, though they could fade as those absentee and mail ballots get counted later on. The survey has Biden winning by 10 points overall, even if votes cast on Election Day, have him down by more than 20. That's why things could get problematic. President Trump's already making his feelings about peaceful transition being happening. I have to see what happens. You know that I've been complaining very strongly about The ballots and the balance, sir. Disaster. It's the repeat of a mantra. He has stated off grid of the ballots and you'll have a very transport have a very peaceful There won't be a transfer. Frankly, there'll be a continuation. The ballots are out of control. You know it and you know who knows it better than anybody else. The Democrats, no babies, but ABC News deputy political director Mary Alice parts We're anticipating a long time to count all the vote states preparing to see this unprecedented number of absentee ballots, and that is really feeling a lot of this conversation from the beginning. If states just have to take a while. To open all those envelopes, check and verify all the signatures. Could it take a few days and that means asking the American people to do so that their terrible at which is be patient, and I, we're not going to that at all Know that the patients and change two things people told her Well, we do not do well with that 7 40 for Brandy has sports next time when more and more It seems like our political system is broken. Representative.

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"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

"Personal for him. He was quick to talk about his son, Beau Biden, who served in Iraq. Clearly Democrats in opening here, They're going all in on this story. You know, I think that's partly because they think this strikes at the president's brand you He wants to see himself as the one on the campaign trail. Talking about. About fully and stating military budgets and this this gets against this idea that he's the one that's close to the military on. I think it's important to remember that this comes after a long summer. You know, just a few months ago, we had military members, saying that they were really frustrated with reports that Russia had bounties on soldier's head. They were frustrated that they didn't talk about that with Putin. They're worried that he's making these threats about using military members to maybe break up domestic disputes. So no military members in Washington tell me at least that they're already really anxious that he could use them in ways that they don't think are appropriate and one of the things they're both trying to do. Mary Alice is get out on the campaign trail. Joe Biden was out there this week. And Donald Trump continues to hold these rallies. Very different campaign look. Yeah, talk about that a little bit, and that difference and whether by needs to get out there more sure. I mean, the pace is really picking up now, Joe Biden had by our count fewer than 20 in person events all summer. But he has three coming up just this week, and the president to the pace is really picking up with his family. They have a lot of events coming up in the next few weeks. I have to say that on my trip across the country Even in states where they're wass mask mandates or is close to the audition. Get not a whole lot of people wearing masks. I'd say about half and half. So so is the issue of Kobe. People just want to get over that. I know I don't think they want to just get over it. I think the two schools of thought and the visuals really underscored the ideological differences between these two candidates. I mean, that never. Masters proposed with Trump say.

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"mary alice" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mary alice" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Quick to talk about his son, Beau Biden, who served in Iraq. Clearly Democrats in opening here. They're going all in on this story. You know, I think that's partly because they think this strikes at the president's brand. You know, he wants to see himself as the one on the campaign trail, talking about about fully instating military budgets, and this this gets against this idea that he's the one that's close to the military. And I think it's important to remember that this comes after a long summer. You know, just a few months ago, we had military members, saying that they were really frustrated with reports that Russia had bounties on soldiers heads. They were frustrated that they didn't talk about that with Putin. They're worried that he's making these threats about using military members to maybe break up domestic disputes. So you know military members in Washington. Tell me at least that they're already really anxious that he could use them in ways that they don't think are appropriate and one of the things they're both trying to do. Mary Alice is get out on the campaign trail. Joe Biden was out there this week. And Donald Trump continues to hold these rallies. Very different campaign. Look, Yeah, talk about that a little bit, and that difference and whether by needs to get out there more sure. I mean, the pace is really picking up now, Joe Biden had by our count fewer than 20 in person events all summer. But he has three coming up just this week, and the president to pace is really picking up with his family. They have a lot of events coming up in the next few weeks, and I have to say that on my trip across the country,.

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"mary alice" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mary alice" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Some of those Obama trump voters. By and large, they're those swing voters that crossed Over in 2016 are happy with the decisions that they've made. Do you Andrew from our partners at Fivethirtyeight? Mary Alice Parks, our deputy political director. Does the president have the same success this year? Mary Alice with identity politics that he did in 2016, You know, he's been talking about suburban voters an awful lot does the racial unrest around the country? Change the dynamic at all. Oh, sure, It is much harder to be a candidate that wants to that wants to blast. The other side That wants to be a change agent wants to deliver divisive rhetoric when you're the one in charge when the fact is incumbent president have no choice but to run on their record, And right now the president's record has a really tough spot. I mean, not only the lives and livelihoods lost with cove it like we've all been talking about, But you're exactly right. I mean, the frustration that we're seeing in the streets, the absolute Just tipping point feels like the country's at that the president has hasn't seemed to be able to speak Teo or calm. That's all a part of his record, and that makes it makes it incredibly hard for the president to run away from his record. Mariella Sparks, our deputy political director, here at ABC News, along with Galen Troupe from our Partners at 5 38. Been a tough week for the president last week, as he starts to this convention will get into that coming up in a little bit of wee near the moment of the RNC's beginning for 2020..

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"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

"Will be, or will we Election night is going to be different. In fact, ABC deputy political director Mary Alice Park says we might not know who won. Even the next morning. She talked with a B C's Sherry Preston. Yeah, it's going to be unlike anything we've ever seen before. I don't know where our newsroom is going to be located, were also trying to get out of work from home. And we have no idea how this president is going to respond. And the scale of unknowns There is just like more than I can wrap my head around. You know, I think that Part of what we're seeing across the states is a reminder that states run elections. The country We don't have a national election. We don't operate a national voting system. Each state has power and states air. You are wielding that power to create their own rules their own regulations, which look so wildly different that the voting experience for Americans is just going to be. So drastically different depending on where someone's from You know, we're seeing some states make big sweeping changes to let people vote early vote by nail request absentee voter ballots so that they don't have to go in person in case there are still a lot of cases and of Corona virus and health concerns. And we're seeing other states make very few changes at all. And as reporters, we're going to have to figure out how to tell the story of where there were delays because there were problems and because systems were put in place very last minute. And where there were delays, actually, because there were no problems at all. But just because counting mail in votes can take a while, and so it's possible that way. We have no idea who won on election night. But that doesn't mean that that's because there was Fraud or an issue. It might just mean that people are trying to match the signatures on ballots and being very careful and counting all those mail in votes. What about those male and votes coming in right now? Could we know even before Election Day who the next president is if they count the votes early right now the majority of states that have wide scale mail in options and absentee options. Wait to count those ballots until Election day. They sit in big warehouses or they wait to report what they have counted until in person. Voting closes. That's a long way of saying most states aren't going Tio, open those ballots, checked signatures and tell us what's happening until regular traditional in prison clothes of clothes. Now that could change. We're seeing frantic legislation in state courts to try to push and pull how these systems are done. And it's possible that some states decide this isn't practical. We have to start opening that nail and counting. We have to start reporting some of it well in advance. So maybe maybe we will get some information information. But But if, if nothing changes, then the short answer is no. That that we're gonna just have to wait because most states wait Teo to count and report those ballots. It's been said that in politics You don't want to vote against somebody, but really, it does seem like that with President Trump. There's a huge group of people who are saying I'm going to vote against him. There's also a huge group. People say I'm going to vote for him. How do you see that playing out politically with these two candidates because they are vastly different? It's amazing to watch these two candidates really dig in on that messaging. Exactly. We're seeing the trump campaign run ads that essentially say you might not like the president personally, but You don't want to vote for that other party because fill in the blank because they're going to raise your taxes or they're going Tio operate in a way that you don't support it. That's that's remarkable for an incumbent president to be running a campaign. That's target That's basically saying reject the other guy, not Give me four more years. These strategies are very risky because Not only traditionally does a campaign win by getting voters voted in the affirmative, but a campaign wins by getting their voters to show up at all. And it's not a choice of this guy or that guy. It's largely a choice of bothering to vote and especially this year. With everything this country has gone through and could still be going through in November. Mary Alice, thank you so much. I really appreciate it. Thank you. You're listening to coma news. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma News Almost Money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance. From ABC News Wall Street Weekend.

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"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

"Three months, we'll know who our next president will be, or will we election night is going to be different. In fact, ABC deputy political director Mary Alice Park says we might not know who won even the next morning. She talked with a B C's Sherry Preston. Yeah, it's going to be unlike anything we've ever seen before. I don't know where our newsroom is going to be located, were also trying to get out of work from home. And we have no idea how this president is going to respond. And the scale of unknowns there is just like more than I can wrap my head around. You know, I think that a big part of what we're seeing across the states is A reminder that states run elections the country We don't have a national election. We don't operate a national voting system. This each state has power and states are are wielding that power to create their own rules their own regulations, which looks so wildly different that the voting experience for Americans, it's just going to be So drastically different depending on where someone's from You know, we're seeing some states make big sweeping changes to let people vote early vote by nail request absentee voter ballots so that they don't have to go in person in case there are still a lot of cases and of Corona virus and health concerns. And we're seeing other states make very few changes at all. And as reporters, we're going to have to figure out how to tell the story of where there were delays because there were problems and because systems were put in place very last minute. And where there were delays, actually, because there were no problems at all. But just because counting mail in votes can take a while, and so it's possible that way. We have no idea who won on election night. But that doesn't mean that that's because there was fraud or an issue. It might just mean that people are trying to Match the signatures on ballots and being very careful and counting all those mail in votes. What about those mail in votes coming in right now? Could we know even before Election Day who The next president is if they count the votes early right now, the the majority of states that have wide scale mail and options and absentee options. Wait to count those ballots until Election day. They sit in big warehouses or they wait to report what they have counted until in person. Voting closes. That's a long way of saying most states aren't going Tio, open those ballots, check signatures and tell us what's happening until regular traditional in prison clothes of clothes. Now that could change. We're seeing frantic legislation in state courts to try to push and pull how these systems are done. And it's possible that some states decide this isn't practical. We have to start opening that nail and counting. We have to start reporting some of it well in advance. So maybe maybe we will get some information information. But But if nothing changes, then then the short answer is no. That that we're gonna just have to wait because most states wait Tio account and report those ballots. It's been said that in politics You don't want to vote against somebody, but really, it does seem like that with President Trump. There is a huge group of people who are saying I'm going to vote against him. There's also a huge group. People are going to say I'm going to vote for him. How do you see that playing out politically with these two candidates because they are vastly different? It's amazing to watch these two can. It's really dig in on that messaging. Exactly. We're seeing the trump campaign run ads that essentially say you might not like the president personally, but You don't want to vote for that other party because fill in the blank because they're going to raise your taxes or they're going Tio operate in a way that you don't support it. That's that's remarkable for an incumbent president to be running a campaign. That's target That's basically saying reject the other guy, not Give me four more years. These strategies are very risky because Not only traditionally does the campaign win by getting voters voted in the affirmative, but Kim Dae wins by getting their voters to show But all and it's not a choice of this guy or that guy. It's largely a choice of bothering to vote and especially this year. With everything who this country has gone through and could still be going through in November. Mary Alice, thank you so much. I really appreciate it. If you were listening to coma news almost money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance. From ABC News Wall Street Weekend Investors.

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"mary alice" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Hey you know I bet you there's a lot of people I would I stand will tell you later hi everybody could be funny hi everybody he was the Eminem Eminem must read a lot of bands in like a lot of female fans is at that date well yeah right I think a lot of it is not even sexual life I want to see certain people and it's not because I want to be sex I just wanna see likely would work your way what they're working with here is a bug you guys that are going to hell yeah hi it's cuter I want to see what Marshall Mathers is working with well that's what I thought about this please stand all that there is someone that I all right and he's younger than me so I feel like what is that is that better no I like older men ten years older than **** part yeah this is real easy of course you want to be out there of course you want to see all we don't every Mary Alice in America you only have to be new yes none of the I have only been together you do I don't not open to the it's a really easy she told fans not guilty I hate you and ask your fiancee your honor see the other one that says he's going to be honest with you I've had a I've had a.

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"mary alice" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on WTRH

"Tell that that would be one way to I have a lot of them and we definitely always seeking pitch to them are you a Christian god fearing Emeli R. with both mother and father Mary all of those things that legal and believe that you know that our goal I go to church that loves the lord that yeah so that that is something that we this guy and I think my husband felt more comfortable wearing it for and for that correction and then I do right now okay so option one is basically allow another family a Christian family to have either one or both of the embryos and let that be a part of their family of where life continues on within this other family or the other option would be quite you would be far more you're leaning more toward do you want to go in and express it would be having a visit one or both of them I I would be open to both and and my husband had passed one eight you know what is it that makes a I want to do that because he felt that right now our hands are full with one and he feels that she feel complete and he feels that she would be a little overwhelmed there were more than one child that he he's not completely close the door on my my feelings and thoughts on that and he does expressed to me that he wants me have a happy and not far full because I've expressed that I don't know if I would constantly work back and he but like a gaping hole missing our other children and wanting them to be raised in our home and and he said he does not want me to go through that but at the same token he doesn't feel like it would be it felt like it would be market struggle to grow our family and what size family did he grow up in he grew up in a very small family I grew up in a large family and that is something that is Mary Alice Brandon belt both of our lives because I have always been around a large family extending to heaven of siblings how many siblings do you have three three okay yeah and I had the same there were four of us so I understand it and so until he had did he have one are.

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"mary alice" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A. B. C.'s Michelle Fransen is here to preview super Tuesday but A. B. C. news deputy political director Mary Alice talks Mary Alice give us an idea what's the game changer here this time around on the election California it has never been in super Tuesday before right right California in twenty sixteen didn't hold its primary until June this time it is joining the mix on super Tuesday super Tuesday's both earlier than it's been in the past only three days after the South Carolina primary but also just a super sized with California like you're talking about but also Texas North Carolina just a really big states on that one night alone over thirty percent of the pledged delegates are up for grabs so you could end up with a candidate amassing a pretty large delegate lead on that one night a lead that could be really hard to catch down the road and how is that shaping up so far especially as we look look at the latest polls super Tuesday is going to be a test of strength for these campaigns and and it'll test their ability to to compete coast to coast at the same time so it'll benefit campaigns that have been on the air in all these states for a long time we know that mayor Bloomberg the former York city mayor Michael Bloomberg he's been on TV and a lot of the states for a long time time but also some like Bernie Sanders who's been on TV and just has a national staff in place to stand up and mobile as in this moment break it down we're still in a very much crowded field when it comes to democratic candidates how might that also factor in on the super Tuesday states yeah it Democrats don't have any winner take all states but they have a very strict fifteen percent threshold if you wrestle districts and state wide that is to say that a candidate has to hit fifteen percent in most voting in a state to be eligible for winning any delegates in that state well with so many candidates it's possible that that ends up being a really high benchmark for some of these folks so you could end up in a situation where though there's not technically a winner take all some winners could take most if a lot of candidates are able to meet that fifteen percent threshold because there's seven names on the ballot and with those seven names and since it's a more crowded field you've got more moderates that are still in the game giving Bernie Sanders perhaps an edge going into super Tuesday yeah it's really interesting expression when you look at the numbers out of Nevada Bernie Sanders was able to pull support from lots of different parts of the party and so as long as the party stays fractured and people are considering him since he's been doing so well lately that fracturing that crowded field could end up really benefiting him because he might not need to hit forty percent in a lot of these states to still come out the clear winner now we've also got you know we're we're hitting them sort of the sprint area of this campaign you're going to see more national ads taking root give us an idea about other than California joining in the super Tuesday run what we're going to see out of the diversity of the states a lot of states are still coming up have large urban centers we have seen a little bit of that but I would say we haven't seen as much of the democratic sort of urban population voting yet so that could really change the things that tends to be a younger crowd also sometimes a more liberal crowd but then there's also huge spots the country that we've barely seen from either for example we haven't had states in the Deep South vote yet and that's very different so we are we are just getting into a national race and a national race means just more extremes in terms of diversity of voters and political philosophy of voters where do we go from here as we head into this massive voting day on Tuesday yeah it can be really confusing for voters to have so many candidates still in and frankly a lot of the candidates might not be able to afford to stay in much longer you know if you finish fourth or fifth in some of these early contest the money can can really dry up and the grace now get so fast and so expensive that I imagine some candidates will feel pressure after super Tuesday to drop out but others have vowed to fight this online you know US senator Elizabeth Warren said that she was really contemplating taking the fight all the way to the convention and part of that is there's not an overwhelming sense that one candidate this point is going to reach that fifty percent majority to clearly lock up this nomination in the first ballot so if that is the sense as the spring goes odd that no one is reaching fifty.

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Nevada caucuses live updates: Sanders looks strong as votes trickle in

Kim Komando

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Nevada caucuses live updates: Sanders looks strong as votes trickle in

"Clark Democrats in Nevada making their choices on caucus day early votes being read out of this caucus site right now it's too early for A. B. C. news to project a winner but based on early entrance poll estimates senator Bernie Sanders is leading in initial preferences ABC's Alex stone is out of caucus site Brian in this precinct they just wrapped up the win about an hour or so with this cocky site only Bernie Sanders was found to have been a viable candidate there were a couple of others who wanted Biden and booted chads but they didn't have enough to be viable so only Bernie Sanders in this precinct will get delegates out of this location that aligns with the voter preferences that we have heard today from the entrance polls the voters per first Sanders here in Nevada in a few hours we may begin hearing some of the official results Brian as for reporting the results Alex A. B. C. deputy political director Mary Alice parks at a caucus cited bolaget hotel they called and they had a secure access lines they also sent a picture of their work sheets into a secured basically tax message bank where they sent the picture of their

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Next stop on the road to the White House, Nevada

News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Next stop on the road to the White House, Nevada

"Next stop on the road to the White House Nevada's caucus is this coming Saturday early voting kicked off two days ago voters can go and essentially fill out voter preference card kind of like right choice voting they with their their top one through three pick in the event that when the caucuses actually happen this coming Saturday in their votes are counted in the room ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parched after back to back poor showings in Iowa and New Hampshire Joe Biden's looking for a comeback going to a black church Sunday in Las Vegas the next phase is going to be using your hands and it's going to be you're going to have a great deal of influence the matter who

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"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

"Past week for another debate ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks spent the week in the morning and first thing A. B. C. sherry Preston asterisk how's the impeachment plane in the heartland I think democratic voters are trying to talk about anything else and want to hear any other pitch from the candidates that are running they want to talk about what the candidates are gonna do for them to lower health care costs to work on wages and benefits and jobs I frankly was I have been to a lot of campaign events where voters stand up and ask questions hardly anyone asks questions related to impeachment what do you think that is I mean they were such a big poll to say we've got a president trump out of office that's a number one priority but now when they're talking about actually you know doing that nobody wants to talk about it I think it's a number of things one I think there's fatigue on the issue you're right that people and talking about it for a really long time there's also just not been a lot of difference between the candidates we've seen a number of the democratic candidates give almost identical talking points on the issue they fundamentally look at the evidence the house is presented and think that the president did something wrong they stood with the at the pool see through all of this and they're pushing for more witnesses in the Senate so I think democratic voters feel like it's not where they're going to see a difference between the candidates when we talk about what happened in the debates on we can't let it go by without talking about what happened between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and what happened afterwards that audio that was released where they were talking about one of them calling the other a liar right you see senator Bernie Sanders with his hands out looking to shake a little more and hand and she recoils and then the released audio where we hear her saying one of the discussion of the destruction you called me he told me one.

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"mary alice" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Trail there's only two and a half weeks until the Iowa caucuses six of the Democrats run stage this week for another debate the city's deputy political director Mary Alice park spent the week in the morning first thing we after playing in the heartland I think democratic voters are trying to talk about anything else and want to hear any other pitch from the candidates that are running they want to talk about what the candidates are gonna do for them to lower health care costs to work on wages and benefits and jobs I frankly was I have been to a lot of campaign events where voters stand up and ask questions are the anyone asks questions related to impeachment what do you think that is I mean there were such a big poll to say we got to get president trump out of office that's a number one priority but now when they're talking about actually you know doing that nobody wants to talk about it I think it's a number of things one I think there's fatigue on the issue you're right that people and talking about it for a really long time there's also just not been a lot of difference between the candidates we've seen a number of the democratic candidates give almost identical talking points on the issue they fundamentally look at the evidence the house is presented and think that the president did something wrong they've stayed with the at the pelo see through all of this and they're pushing for more witnesses in the Senate so I think democratic voters feel like it's not where they're going to see a difference between the candidates when we talk about what happened in the debate we can't let it go by without talking about what happened between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and what happened afterwards that audio that was released where they were talking about one of them calling the other a liar right you see senator Bernie Sanders with his hand out looking to shake a little more in hand and she recoils and then the released audio where we hear her saying national right now one of the discussion of the discussion you called me you told me our listener.

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"mary alice" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on WTVN

"Year in review erase BBC news correspondent Alex still twenty nineteen was almost hard to believe you're in politics without the year to calm me is likely to be even bigger even more mind blowing between what's going on with the president and the upcoming election continuing our partners at five thirty eight left off a few minutes ago I turned out of my colleagues here in the touristy an ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks here with our friends from five thirty eight again Galen broken Clare Malone to break down what we expect you in twenty twenty when we last left impeachment the American public was evenly split gearing up for a Senate trial and an all but certain acquittal for president trump where is the public stand on this whole question it's an interesting period of public opinion because I think a slim majority of Americans thinks that there was you know there's wrongdoing you know you go back to earlier impeachment polls and there was a lot of there's a does not support for opening an impeachment inquiry though not necessarily in teaching and removing trump from office voters this particular in an election year take the idea of Peter very seriously and I do think they are conflicted morally ethically however you want to say it politically about the virtues of removing a president from office of the or the virtues of having this essentially whole saga play out but is so so it's kind of a I think we're seeing a lot of mixed feelings from the American public about a pretty big undertaking in part because you know wild it was a couple decades ago the Clinton impeachment I think to loom large over over people's memories and that was in many ways the beginning of a real sort of hard core partisanship in American political life and that hard core partisanship Galen is really reflected in the numbers that we had seen toward the end of the year about how the public feels about impeachment yes so when it comes to impeaching and removing the president and the kind of the removing part is the part that we're focusing on now there is still slightly more support for removal than not you know roughly two points although it's been basically steady since the beginning.

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"mary alice" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Twenty nineteen the year in review erase BBC news correspondent Alex go twenty nineteen was almost hard to believe you're in politics without the year to calm me is likely to be even bigger even more mind blowing between what's going on with the president and the upcoming election continuing our partners at five thirty eight left off a few minutes ago I turned out of my colleagues here in the touristy an ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks here with our friends from five thirty eight again Galen broken Clare Malone to break down what we expect you in twenty twenty when we last left impeachment Eric in public was evenly split gearing up for a Senate trial and an all but certain acquittal for president trump where is the public stand on this whole question it's an interesting period of public opinion because I think a slim majority of Americans think that there was you know there's wrongdoing you know you go back to earlier impeachment polls and there was a lot of there's a decent our support for opening an impeachment inquiry though not necessarily in teaching and removing trump from office voters this particular in an election year take the idea of Peter very seriously and I do think they are conflicted morally ethically however you want to say it politically about the virtues of removing a president from office of the or the virtues of having this essentially whole saga up play out but is so so it's kind of a I think we're seeing a lot of mixed feelings from the American public about a pretty big undertaking in part because you know while it was a couple decades ago the Clinton impeachment I think to loom large over over people's memories and that was in many ways the beginning of a real sort of hard core partisanship in American political life and that hard core partisanship Galen is really reflected in the numbers that we had seen toward the end of the year about how the public feels about a page yeah so when it comes to impeaching and removing the president and the kind of the removing part is the part that we're focusing on now there is still slightly more support for removal than not you know roughly two points although it's been basically steady since the beginning.

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"mary alice" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here is ABC news correspondent Alex go twenty nineteen was almost hard to believe you're in politics without the year to calm me is likely to be even bigger even more mind blowing between what's going on with the president and the upcoming election continuing our partners at five thirty eight left off a few minutes ago I turned out of my colleagues here and get your ski an ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks here with our friends from five thirty eight again Galen broken player Malone to break down what we expect you in twenty twenty when we last left impeachment the American public was evenly split gearing up for a Senate trial and an all but certain acquittal for president trump where is the public stand on this whole question it's an interesting period of public opinion because I think a slim majority of Americans thinks that there was you know there's wrongdoing you know you go back to earlier impeachment polls and there was a lot of there's a decent my support for opening an impeachment inquiry though not necessarily in teaching and removing trump from office voters this particular in an election year take the idea of Peter very seriously and I do think they are conflicted morally ethically however you want to say it politically about the virtues of removing a president from office of the or the virtues of having this essentially whole saga up play out but is so so it's kind of a I think we're seeing a lot of mixed feelings from the American public about a pretty big undertaking in part because you know wild it was a couple decades ago the Clinton impeachment I think to loom large over over people's memories and that was in many ways the beginning of a real sort of hard core partisanship in American political life and that hard core partisanship Galen is really reflected in the numbers that we had seen toward the end of the year about how the public feels about impeachment yes so when it comes to impeaching and removing the president and the kind of the removing part is the part that we're focusing on now there is still slightly more support for removal than not you know roughly two points although it's been basically steady since the beginning of the process when there is a big shift in terms.

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"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

"While many Democrats increased house speaker Nancy Pelosi supporter of an impeachment inquiry of president trump it is far from unanimous ABC's deputy political director Mary Alice parks spoke with hearing Peter ski and Karen Travers on most of the democratic candidates are in favor of this impeachment inquiry but but not all right that's correct and a lot of ways this has been another good week for center lives with foreign because remember she was the first tune very definitively say that she was for impeachment months ago. in some of the the the Democrats of sort of worried that this is taking the the party down a path that it really doesn't want to go and that was the case at least when this was all about Russia and and Robert Muller they did the calculus change. absolutely the calculus changed look it still politically risky no one on either side is sure how the politics of this shakes out and anyone who says no I've been given to all of it I mean you have a party saying fundamentally the president abuse of power and if you go through the stack of making the case day in and day out for the next few months that's really changed from borders mine I've talked to a number of twenty twenty eight democratic campaign that fate luck we were never going to be able to make a bigger moral argument against the president our party leadership back on Capitol Hill she didn't do something the politics might be risky seller motors might think it's a bridge too far it might distract from the kitchen table issues like healthcare infrastructure but that doesn't mean that this isn't good for us politically in the long run Alice's Karen Travers a you know that point about shifting the focus away from the kitchen table issues here what's the risk there for the democratic contenders they're out on the campaign trail they're talking policy and trying not to talk about president trump does this force them to now make impeachment and what's happening on Capitol Hill a part of their regular stump speech a part of their message on the trail hard to see how it's avoidable and anyway this will largely be the backdrop in which the rest of the campaign will be locked they're going to ask a question they're going to have to respond to it I mean we're talking about a handful of fittings senators who were also presidential campaign Canada so this goes over to the Senate they're gonna be the one there on Capitol Hill involved in a real direct way so yes I think absolutely it it it will be reflected on the campaign trail in speeches in questions like order but I wonder if in some way it leads the candidates off some of the conversation back to that. you can say yeah I take your question I answer it but now regret the rest of your questions today at the close the and I'm going to talk about healthcare maybe it let them check a box that before that they were still really hard about what is Nancy Pelosi now get everybody on the same page me because we have seen the democratic caucus in the house just all over the map and she said to really kind of push down some rebellions from some of the more progressive members some of the newer and younger members now that she's put her stamp of approval and in ways on this day he's going to be able to rein everybody in and get everybody to sing from the same tune I think that's what's been really remarkable about the last week there's been significantly more messages discipline around this latest round of allegations regarding the Ukrainian call ABC's Mary Alice parks Karen Travers and hearing conter ski here on komo newsradio..

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"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on KOMO

"While many Democrats increased house speaker Nancy Pelosi supporter of impeachment. it is far from unanimous ABC's deputy political director Mary Alice park spoke with Erin to Turkey and Karen Travers on most of the democratic candidates are in favor of this impeachment inquiry but but not all right that's correct and a lot of ways this has been another good week for center lives with foreign because remember she was the first tune very definitively say that she worked for impeachment months ago. and in some of the the the Democrats have sort of worried that this is taking the the party down a path that it really doesn't want to go and that was the case at least when this was all about Russia and and Robert Muller the did the calculus change. absolutely the calculus changed look it still politically risky no one on either side is sure how the politics of this shakes out and anyone who says no I've been given to all of it I mean you have a party saying fundamentally the president abuse of power and if you go through this. of making the case day in and day out for the next few months that could really change from voters mine I've talked to a number of twenty twenty eight democratic campaign that fate luck we were never going to be able to make a bigger moral argument against the president our party leadership back on Capitol Hill she didn't do something the politics might be risky some rotors might think it's a bridge too far it might distract from the kitchen table issues like healthcare and infrastructure but that doesn't mean that this isn't good for us politically in the long run Alice's Karen Travers a you know that point about shifting the focus away from the kitchen table issues here what's the risk there for the democratic contenders they're out on the campaign trail they're talking policy and trying not to talk about president trump does this force them to now make impeachment and what's happening on Capitol Hill a part of their regular stump speech a part of their message on the trail hard to see how it's a load of bull anyway this will largely be the backdrop in which the rest of the campaign will be locked they're going to ask a question they're going to have to respond to it I mean we're talking about a handful of fittings senators who were also presidential campaign Canada so this goes over to the Senate they're gonna be the one there on Capitol Hill involved in a real direct way so yes I think absolutely it it right it will be reflected on the campaign trail in speeches in questions like order but I wonder if in some way it leads the candidates off some of the conversation back to the help they can say yes I take your question I answer it but now regret the rest of your questions and at the close the and I'm going to talk about healthcare maybe it let them check a box that for this they were still really hard about what is Nancy Pelosi now get everybody on the same page me because we have seen the democratic caucus in the house just all. all over the map and she said to really kind of push down some rebellions from some of the more progressive members some of the newer and younger members now that she's put her stamp of approval and in ways on this day is going to be able to rein everybody and get everybody to sing from the same tune I think that's what's been really remarkable up about the last two weeks there's been significantly more messages different clan around this latest round of allegations regarding the Ukrainian call EDCs Mary Alice parks Karen Travers and hearing conter ski here on komo.

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"mary alice" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mary alice" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Good evening. Hello there couldn't see under that headed. I you know me. What can I get your son? Well, got an evening. Nope. Sorry, never read them in the world. These days. How you been around two or three weeks? Oh, well, I'm kind of busy. I made a bet with a guy that even though you see so many customers get walk right up and give me my full name. Whoa. Oh, yeah. I don't know. I don't think ever heard your name. But I know your girl. Do. Yeah. Well, now, maybe I can still win. My bet if you'll give me her name. I heard you mentioned that I know it if I heard right. Well. St. your little Mary Alice Lillian, Margaret, no, wait a minute. Wait. I know ruled that said rule rose. So you got it. Now. Reuss last name. I know where she lives. Oh, yeah. Right across the street. The Tillery apartments. Well, that's right. But now now what apartment what's the number of Ruth's apartment. Three c apartment. I'd say that's pretty good. If I do say, so I was only there once remember. Well, thanks when you when you bet, Mr.. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think I will what's your name? So no next time. I hope so. Thank you. The matter. Going to walkout when I saw him standing across the street gray is again. I watched it looked over to my director down the street. Cigarettes. Go down the.

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