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Amid claims of 'political favoritism,' FBI is asking questions about former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's pardons
"Controversial parts by outgoing Kentucky governor Matt Bevin reportedly raise the interest of the F. B. I.'s Kentucky state representative Chris Harris told reporters he was contacted last week by an FBI criminal investigator about governor Matt Bevin Spartans Harris a Democrat said he was under the impression and investigation against the former Republican governor was ramping up the FBI has not commented Bevin pardoned or commuted the sentence of more than six hundred and fifty people before leaving office including Patrick Baker who was serving a nineteen year sentence for reckless homicide and robbery the Louisville courier journal reported Baker's brother held a campaign fundraiser for Bevin in
Former Kentucky governor defends controversial pardon
"Now former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin once again defending several controversial pardons issued on his way out of office can't Kelly's prosecutor launches an investigation in the last minute pardons issued by former governor of Kentucky Matt Bevin he is defending his actions Republican was voted out of office in November says he examined every case closely including case a forty one year old Mike a shuttle and all the Kentucky serving time for raping a nine year old there was zero evidence zero both their Hyman's were intact this is perhaps more specific than people would want but trust me if you have been repeatedly sexually violated as a small child by an adult there are going to be replications of that physically in medically seven tells WHAS if the Commonwealth attorney in canton Callie could defend keeping an innocent person in jail says that's his
"matt bevins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"One o'clock as sergeant Dan hills will be here about the claims of USA today and others that the Cincinnati police are racist because they disproportionately give tickets those persons of color is supposed to other individuals who are not of color that's going to be tomorrow one of five in a tool five today we have your good friend of mine rob Sanders the Kent County prosecutor what's happening in Kentucky relative to Matt Bevin it's truly unbelievable not a governor going out the door good commute the sentence of peta files sex offenders including one in independence but actually raped a nine year old girl according to the findings of the jury in the prosecutor's office longer place it cetera and then to commute his sentence and pardon him in such a way that a kid doesn't have to register as a sex offender he could have a make it become a boy scout leader do whatever he wants to do and commutations one thing pardons another commutation means we stop the sentence right now however this is what you have to do in the future how about registering as a sex offender no no but when you pardon someone it's as if the crime never happen in the first place so you can travel the country do whatever he wants to do and the law cannot reach him shaman as rob Sanders was the latest of the constitutional amendment that would stop this from occurring do you suspect there's criminal activity because one of the murderers that Matt Bevin commuted the sentence and released family gave Matt Bevins campaign at least twenty one thousand dollars just after they filed the petition for the part now I I'd find it impossible to believe that Matt Bevin or any governor in that position in today's world or any world what I actually take money in exchange for pardoning a murderer and not just a murderer you know there's murders and there's murders the worst of the worst of course are those who kill multiple individuals or those who kill children or women not that's the worst in this case this murderer out with two of his a wing man one into a home and what the homeowner got a little bit antsy at some point you may you thought he was reaching for a defensive weapon and the murderer shot the homeowner twice in the head and then the three of them then ran out drugs are behind this and getting money all were convicted there's no question that this home invasion robbery took place in Knox County note no issue and the argument was whether or not it was a first degree murder second re murder manslaughter whatever might be but a jury convicted him when he was sentenced to something like twenty seven years in jail for killing a homeowner who is simply there watching television with his family he died in blood out in front of his wife and children that guy's family there are twenty one thousand dollar fund raiser for Matt Bevins reelection about a year and a half ago the and then S. is going out the door he pardons the murderer who pulled the trigger well the two when men are still locked up for the next twenty five years think about that how is that possible it can't it a bit odd no one there stunned Republican conservative prosecutors are going to pursue this thing to the end of the road it's going to come up until five today they want to go over if you want to get rid of the raccoons in your home just just turn me up a little bit secondly before we get to important issues state auditor state auditor state of Ohio recommends criminal prosecution for five members of city council who texted about city business now when you become a city council member it means the mains the open meeting law you cannot make decisions and private men simply go in public and act as if they've not been made then announce your decision once already made in private a state auditor Keith favor who's a good man he is a Republican that doesn't necessarily make him a good man or a bad man but Keith favor I know that guy a little bit about him here and there has referred five council members for criminal prosecution for knowingly violating I the open records the open meetings law in the state of Ohio to misdemeanor could be a felony and of course the prosecutor Joe deters received the missive from the state auditor and Joe said look this is too hot politically I'm not gonna I'm not gonna prosecute them for this by the way Joe deters gonna be here tomorrow at two o'clock the recommendation is that the five members who make up a majority of the nine member council illegally discuss city business which of course they did there's no question what happened they did discuss city business and the text messaging because that's what they do and that's what they regularly dead and they knowingly violated the state's open meetings act and and they admitted to doing that in a civil court case earlier this year so under oath in a civil case they said we broke the law now what do you do if you're the state auditor when you have public officials knowingly violating the law and admitting to it this is a well I'm not I'm not going to prosecute know what you do is referred for prosecution but the dealer said he would normally take a case like this but there's too much of a conflict and so according to according to the prosecutor's office they are going to appoint Cincinnati based attorney Pat Hanley I know that guy and Pat Hamleys a good man he's a former prosecutor and US attorney's office you know we paid by taxpayer money to determine whether to present the case to a grand jury or not which I'm sure he well because the state instead of high says referred this for prosecution now how Madonna Democratic Party under the leadership of I macfarlane with previously was Tim Burke said the following now fixed in your mind the idea match time and that you have five council members knowingly violating a criminal statute yeah and they knew it because Greg Lancement who might be the most lucid of the five said he made because he was a new council member he said this to page he said and felt you know is is violating the law Eiji said fell kinda laughed about no we'll take care of that was sometimes you can't take care of it but Greg Lancement has more lucid moments and many others they are the Democratic Party hammock county said this man and this is something the trial judge said judge Roman said that he should resign their office having commit a crime in office the state auditor went through and lengthy process to determine based upon the admitted violation of the of the criminal law but they should be referred for criminal prosecution this happens all the time instead of this is an unusual at all quote this is the Democratic Party him accounting quote local elected Republican officials put this issue to bed nearly a year ago and now the Republican state auditor who is trumps reelection campaign co chair it was a central player in the statewide he caught charter school corruption scandal trying to make a name for himself in Cincinnati how many county residents care about good paying jobs and infrastructure improvements not hyper partisan shenanigans it's time to move on and quote first of all it's factually inaccurate at no point did to local elected Republican officials put anything the bad a year ago it simply didn't happen and while it is true I don't know this but Keith favors a co chair of the reelection campaign of trump in Ohio which almost every Republican who wants to be there co chair can be a co chair but in addition to that could both things be true could it be true that Keith favor is the co chair of trump reelect but what it what is how to do with Cincinnati city council my time is is a lot I'm saying that nothing to do with it both things are accurate and what we care about is infrastructure good paying jobs but while we're doing that you have five council members again and again and again over many many months committed criminal acts knowing they were committing criminal acts and then one caught and sued these five admitted under oath and civil depositions but they broke the law their names Eiji said Velde Wendell young Greg Lancement Chris Seelbach who calls Catholic boys punch a little cowards and to my Denard he's got a bunch of problems criminally and otherwise so the fact is if you're a Democrat in the city Cincinnati your county chair going McFarland is not saying stop this madness she is defending their behavior by making it sound political one it is not political when you admit to committing crime you might recall the Glen macfarlane the chair of the Amazon Democratic Party at one point went to city council and sat there and glared at these five thinking what the hell are you doing specifically said in failed and seal bark on a no better one might say when the all these conversations illegally began that Greg Lancement into my Denard was somewhat new to the Hey just been elected so they're organizing council how much money to pay out former city manager hundreds of thousands of dollars calling the mayor John Cranley a bunch of names making horrible references to Christmas other men all of which are kind of personal you can do that now the words you can you can all on a telephone call on a chain text or email you can call the mayor dirty names and Chris mother men's Pamela who's passed on to her rewarding haven't make references to Chris smother man and a **** you can do all that personal stuff and be Patty all you want however the line is when you conduct city business and I private way not in the sunlight of day and make decisions about how are you going to vote publicly having already made the decision privately that's called a crime sadly it happens all the time now good McFarland once is a while favoring deters are Republicans the councilmember Democrats well that's the system that we have this I mean the Democrats can't commit crime because the prosecutors a Republican I would hope not this has nothing to do with politics everything you do with behavior during the settlement hearing common pleas court judge Robert Roman said quote I really believe the five city council members should resign no city voters should ever vote for them again on quote now that was a political comment of judge ruled the legal is different than the political what what when the filing is said is certainly accurate Republican Democrat but it doesn't mean the Democrats are cloaked with invincibility because you're a Democrat and they know better and so whether it's a misdemeanor or felony and Joe deters stepped aside Patrick Hanley former prosecutor for many years I think about twenty years US attorney's office is now the private practice of law is looking into this thing and it cost the taxpayers well north of one hundred thousand dollars just in legal fees tend to represent these these five and you.
Former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin under fire for issuing a spree of pardons
"The ousted Kentucky governor raises eyebrows and suspicion after pardoning hundreds of violent criminals this is the nine o'clock report I'm sandy Collins breaking now lawmakers in Kentucky are expressing outrage at a spree of pardons issued by former governor Matt Bevin Kentucky's Republican Senate president and others are asking state and federal officials to investigate the pardons including one for a convicted killer whose family held a fundraiser for Bevin last year after a group of democratic lawmakers called for an investigation into the pardons Senate president Robert Stivers released a statement saying quote the Senate Republican majority condemns Bevins actions as a travesty and perversion of justice adding that he supports the call for an investigation concerns were raised after it was reported that one of the men Bevin pardoned Patrick Baker had family that held a fundraiser for the former Republican bigger was convicted of reckless homicide in a home invasion I'm Haley
US governor issues 428 pardons on leaving office.
"Governor Matt Bevin issued. Four hundred. Twenty eight pardons Auden's in his final days in office a list that includes multiple violent offenders. The Republican pardon to convicted child rapist as well well as a convicted murderer. whose brother raised money for Mr Bevan's election campaign? Mr Bevan was defeated by Democrat. Andy Bashir in November After a contentious election the flurry of pardon sent shockwaves. Through the state's legal system state prosecutors told local media. They had not been consulted altered on Mr Bevan's decision and families of the victims were not notified in advance. I'm a big believer in second chances. Mr Bevan's said in a statement to the Washington Post newspaper. I think this is a nation that was founded on the concept of redemption and second chances and new pages in life Mr Bevan space of pardons includes Dayton Jones convicted of sexually assaulting a fifteen year old boy Brett twitter convicted of killing a pastor and his wife while all drink driving and a woman who was sentenced to life in prison for throwing her newborn baby in the trash after giving birth in a flea market outhouse he also pardoned the man who was sentenced to twenty three years in prison last year for raping a nine-year-old child. The extensive list includes Patrick. Brian Baker convicted in two thousand seventeen of reckless homicide robbery in hustling a police officer and tampering with evidence links to a two thousand fourteen home invasion invasion that resulted in the death of Donald Mills. Mr Baker's brother and sister-in-law held a political fundraiser for Mr Bevan last year raising twenty not wanting a half thousand dollars and donating an additional four thousand dollars to his campaign at the same event. Mr Baker had served just two years of his seventeen eighteen year sentence when Mr Bevan pardoned him on the night of December he's co-conspirators in the robbery and homicide when not pardoned poll. Poll suggests Mr Bevan left office as one of the least popular governors in the country following high profile battles with unions and teachers
Former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin under fire for issuing 660 pardons
"Former governor of Kentucky Matt Bavin is facing a fierce backlash tonight for pardoning or commuting. The sentences of hundreds of people including murderers rapists the sister of one murder victim saying Bavin can rot in Hell. Here's Peter Alexander Tonight just days after leaving office former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is under fire for issuing four hundred the twenty eighth pardons and commutations. According to the Louisville Courier Journal among those Bevan pardoned a man convicted of raping a nine-year-old child another who hired a Hitman to kill was business partner a man who killed his parents and a man who beheaded a woman before stuffing her in a barrel governor
"matt bevins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Hell's happening in Kentucky outgoing governor Matt Bevin all the way out exiting stage left found himself pardoning some four hundred different convicted felons since he lost no November fifth and they're now getting international attention in in all over the U. S. and most importantly of course it's Kentucky aura surrounding areas here in the tri state where he's I I just scratch my head and I you holy crap what the hell's going on this is insane the idea here apparently is if you your friends if you give enough money a yes or no somebody you can find your way to freedom again no matter what you've done I'm just going to mention one of these pardons and and it doesn't make any sense to me and I I yeah I understand most outgoing governors who will give pardons of one type or another the same way presidents often do throughout their term in office or is are getting ready to vacate the oval office to do allow the next one in but this is crazy so Bevin allowed Delmar pardon certain convicted of murdering his former lover as it's described here in more than one a new source C. B. S. as well as Z. with fox news measure the larger others Washington post he stopped the headless body of a woman he used to be hanging out with the then spending time with if you know what I mean into a fifty five gallon drum at a Berber ville chemical plant going back to the early nineties they had worked together apparently at that facility he was serving a life sentence defense counsel was able to somehow argue and they do this at trial that there were only like a five to ten minute window him to have been able to can you commit this crime no evidence linking to it cetera so there's always questions about stuff can someone say okay we'll DNA evidence some would say a failure to even look for it in other than DNA evidence or whatever else some of the it one of those apparently it also like a bit of a situation convicted like a molesting a child or whatever else that goes with that I I don't I did just you got to pick your spots I I don't understand where that you know I mean you maybe get some cash to somebody's a donation scenario okay somebody you know get slighted maybe there's a prosecution all the process question something got overlooked they didn't have enough money to get a right defense maybe you know they got himself a public defender only got five hundred dollars to you know to work through that whole judicata that process through the courts you know maybe maybe there's a story about like a defense attorney fell asleep during the free these type of stories you hear all over the country right I remember when I was over living and working in New Orleans going back to the middle nineties and there's a place there I think it's still open is called in goal they ended up making a documentary about it and there was a guy in there at the time in this is win New Orleans was on sixty minutes would seem like weekly and my family and friends from the tri state and the Miami valley which is where I'm from here right and I'm working down there they will call regularly and the like are you okay and I'm like why because it was like the murder capital of the country they're like oh my god you're still alive I'm like yeah I I gotta go get some beignets in and check a recall the in and I got to go like do what I gotta do everything's fine it was mostly isolated the killings going on but it was a big scary deal this guy though in Angola had been convicted a young age had some really crazy lunatic kind a story of a defense that was just ridiculously poor right any kind of got real road and then the talk was will you know they had witnesses in corroborating stories and everything else to say he won the guy in the they were like well we're not we don't care when we're not looking at that and even there while in any was there to be there forever and then there was like a story with that with the DNA evidence and then they were like well we're not gonna look at other than matter music note please please please here I am that's why you got like a the innocence project which they do a lot of great stuff the university Cincinnati for people who have been railroaded in many cases were the technology wasn't there stuff got overlooked and try to help people who have incarcerated of for the wrong reason the wrong situation it shouldn't be there and they freed people who have been there for years sometimes decades even so that even be like maybe like on death row expecting at any time to get that call where the you know you're gonna be next up in the chair or laying down getting the death choose or whatever the hell else it is you know but it is those are the type of cases where you go you know what maybe we need to look at this but all the way out when you've got Republicans if you've got Democrats and you've got all kinds of other people scratching your head and now they're going to look at a little bit more intently to say four hundred some pardon sit in just over a month not all the way out the door after losing the election to this year the end of the headlines of some of these people who were part of this it's B. will ring I mean I tomorrow I'm gonna get into this a little bit more on the show I'm on three to six be after him brewing before us from Cincinnati bearcat basketball I I just it doesn't make any sense to me it mean it really doesn't why would you do that did you mean it in where's the rest I mean somebody he needs to be held accountable however much anybody in that position can be to read it to explain to justify to rationalize but when you're king ineffectively a governor in that situation I guess is pretty much that I mean in each of these cases have their own story I'm sure they're all not bad the pardons I'm sure that's not the case but really four hundred on the way out and one of them and you'll hear more about it in the news throughout the evening it is somebody who apparently gave a substantial bit of money and had like a fund raiser kind a scenario for the outgoing governor Kentucky so Bevin apparently I mean it whoever thinks that money doesn't you know get pain some type of influence for individuals when it comes to people in positions of elected office whatever giving you some attention clearly we're delusional to think that everybody has the fair opportunity to get a conversation or a letter read or some action but if it's as bad as it's been reported if it if it is as ugly it is all of that I that's sickening an inexcusable and I don't know what you do but I I you know you hear about all the bad things being done to children people convicted of it and then you you you given the pass and here's the deal in that type of scenario when you're giving a pardon you can vote you can move someplace you're not gonna get a card in the mail that says so and so just moved in across the street from you and your family with your children playing in the front yard selling lemonade ride bikes and they did old raped or murdered kid or whatever the hell else so that's that's comforting that really is to even delisle Jr term sterling seven hundred W. O. W. Hey our our own I think I'm okay man just trying to make sense of it hurts my head sometimes you know really on that you know.
"matt bevins" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"It's restored recently that kind of played a role in Kentucky we had very very unpopular governor Matt Bevin now who has had tried to undermine the of the affordable Care Act here which would have taken health insurance away from ninety five thousand people he attacked teachers he was quite a controversial figure but but basically in a president trump came the day before the election to route to Kentucky it didn't do any good and for at four Matt Bevin and looks like the same in Louisiana good song sign for I think states like ours which in which demographics are beginning to play a different different role all right exit poll taken here after the election had of any this year winning sixty two to thirty four among voters under forty and of course with women it's us he had a substantial margin so I think we're seeing here and probably in Louisiana as well the national trend where women people of color and and younger people are beginning to to determine who wins and loses so a quick follow up in terms of your home state to senator Mitch McConnell is seeking another term being challenged by Democrat in in the grass and based on what you saw in the returns earlier this month in the governor's race where does that put your party in challenging the Senate Republican leader well Mitch is also very unpopular I think one poll had an eighteen percent approval rating in in my district I know which is here in little I know he is very unpopular I was thinking that Donald Trump might might save him because a tribe won the state by about thirty points but now the last public poll had him at a fifty four forty three approval disapproval that's down from a thirty four point not approval rating down to eleven so it again it maybe maybe showing that the trucks not gonna be that big a factor but still he'll be on the ballot and I think that's going to work to McConnell's benefit well if he is on the ballot I think there's a sun roof some chance he won't be but it is if he's not on the ballot or in regret that or whoever our nominee as we have a primary will be will be a very very strong competitor to him why would the president not the on the ballot well I think that he might look at a humiliating defeat staring at him and in his face next spring and say you know what I want to go out on my terms I've made America's great as I can go play golf you're with him it's going to be all about ego and if he's looking at in a staggering defeat which I think is possible you may decide not to run that there's some people I will not even but pretty substantial political analysts who think there's a fifty fifty chance he won't be on the ballot and one of those from Louisiana as a matter of fact that's good enough yet but I think that that's it's still likely he'll be on but I think those are some chance that he won't be but in any event we're gonna have a strong candidate whoever runs as our nominee will have all the money he or she needs to wage to match Mitch's money and I think that'll be a critical factor as well let me turn to Christina Marcos of the hill dot com thanks for being with us cars I want to turn now to your future don't have to hold a jam packed schedule hearings this week with several witnesses but right now so far the polling has remained relatively stable in recent weeks the Democrats need to convince more Americans with these hearings to make the case for impeachment is there any way for Democrats well well I think that these hearings could I think investors on one of his testimony if he testifies all right what as to the conversations you had with the president might make a little bit of a difference but I think what we're really going to see the potential for a change a significant change in public attitudes is when the Judiciary Committee actually debates the articles of impeachment because I think what you'll see there is not just a phone call where there was a what I call bribery or extortion of Marc against the president of a a Ukraine but you'll see many cases of obstruction of justice in many cases of obstruction of Congress and you I think the American people will get a much starker picture of the the enormous offenses against the constitution that this president has committed the follow up hi congressman this is sandy with Wall Street journal how are you doing good good follow up on that point about the articles of impeachment one of the things that has been discussed especially yesterday when mark Zandi from the office of management and budget was on the hill testifying in the impeachment destination is this question of impoundments and whether the hold on the security assistance over the summer to Ukraine violated the impoundment control act I know this is something that as the chairman of the budget committee you've looked at any request information from on the about how this money was held up do you think that impoundments or how the funds were handled in the legal liabilities are possible legal questions there should be part of the articles the house considers I don't know I think that would be getting into the weeds probably a little bit too much to move public opinion we will actually per are working on legislation to put much greater restrictions on the ability of OMB to to withhold withhold spending so yes we're very concerned about that and Ahmad chairman Mike Enzi in the of the Senate budget committees working on it as well where so the Congress is focused on that issue this is a you know this is the preeminent power of of the of article one the the power to appropriate funds for the government that is exclusively the power of the Congress and so we we need to protect that provocative but again I think is an article of impeachment that might be a tough sell for the American people not to say that it might not be worth considering but one of the things that I think our leadership rightly has concluded as that we can't have fifteen articles of impeachment and hope to make a compelling case to the American people I'm C. span radio this is newsmakers our guest this week is house budget committee chairman congressman John Yarmouth a follow up on any Durrance point during that time frame early to mid July to early to mid September did you know that three hundred ninety one million dollars in aid to Ukraine was being held up no I had no idea and I think we didn't I don't think anyone knew until the whistle blew a whistle blower letter came out I certainly wasn't aware of it I as you said we we did request information from OMB and we've got some and but not all and then when the intelligence committee subpoenaed OMB they've they've made a determination they couldn't comply with our request any further but so we have information of about that and of course is now public knowledge that the the process was taken out of the hands of the career civil service people in the in OMB and turned over political appointees actually to actually take the funds away from our withhold funds from Ukraine so and we also know that the the Pentagon had signed off and saying that the these funds should have been dispersed that Ukraine complied with the terms of the date help thought important we have that kind of information but again I think they're far more serious offenses that our our caucus would wanna concentrate on and one follow up as you know you're calling Republican Jim Jordan Ohio insisting that the whistle blower needs to testify senator Lindsey Graham saying that he would not proceed with a Senate trial until that person testifies but whoever this person is has admitted that it is secondhand information that he received regarding the phone call this week we'll hear from people who will have first hand information colonel then then and and ask for someone so based on that do you do you feel is important here from the whistleblower the first whistle blower no other trying to do is is somehow impugn his his information in his motives and thereby in some way undermine the value of what he learned that the inspector general to but in fact everything that he mentioned in the initial nine page complaint was has been verified by the people who actually provided the information so they keep pushing probably well again I think they just want to come in and and and say where you were you're a Democrat or you're never Trumper and you have political motivations again that is just distracting from the substance of what the information that he provided which has all been corroborated but by witnesses who were closer to it than he was so there is no value in having him before the Congress unless it's to let the Republicans try to question his motivation and somehow distract people from the the substance of the of the complaint let me turn to Christina Marcus harden just to follow up on other possible articles of impeachment you've long been a supporter of impeaching this president do you think that the of potential destruction of justice allegations laid out in special counsel ballers report should also be part of potential articles of impeachment house considers or shouldn't this just be limited to the Ukraine affair no I do I do think that that we ought to look at some of those again and again they were denied a report there were ten cases of obstruction of justice in which Mister Mayer concluded that they met all three conditions for a legitimate charge of obstruction of justice but according to die because of justice department policy he could not bring criminal charges against the president but the clip very clearly said in the report the president obstructed justice on ten different occasions I think those ought to be at least several of them ought to be part of any articles of of impeachment yes any during of the Wall Street journal I'm sure I want to ask you about the continuing resolution that the house is going to take up this week it seems like that will last through December twentieth you think that's a realistic time line to complete all the work necessary to fund the government after December twentieth you too can go she tions are going well enough for that to be and date I think in negotiations are going well enough that we can find the vast majority of the government through regular order I think it will be tough for us to come to an agreement on the homeland security budget because of wall funding border wall funding but that doesn't prevent us from being the appropriations bills for the other eleven appropriations bills which Congress is supposed to do so I can see a scenario in which we pass those eleven appropriations bills and we do a continuing resolution for homeland security alone and I think that would be great progress nice Christmas present to be able to get that out of the way our friend out one as with the budget deal over the summer I was sick treasury secretary minu chin has been emerging as a key player in in the latest negotiations overspending it's here finally the only member of the administration that Democrats can deal with all these budget issues well I think right now nearly were you would say that Mick Mulvaney would be one as well but I think Nick is he has other distractions so I think right now that that is probably the case that secretary minu chin is the only one you mentioned I'm not heard of any other admin I'm not heard of any other minute administration official who has been part of the negotiations you mentioned Mick Mulvaney I'm wondering have you been in touch with him at all lately I mean I know that he's someone you're close with and you were you going to camp David with him and some other members of Congress have you have to touch with him lately no I I really haven't been in touch with them since probably shortly after the the camp David visit which was back in February or March I believe so I haven't talked to him since then and in the back to the budget issue one call I would take this call if you want to talk to me why is it so hard for Democrats Republicans to pass a budget on time and as a follow up what's the likelihood that down the road we could see a two year budget blueprint well I went to to your first question we passed all of our provisions bills except for homeland security and the administrative because of congressional ministry of budget by the end of June so we did our work and did it very expeditiously I can't explain why the Senate has not done its work but that seems to be typical under a senator McConnell's leadership there is no reason that we can't do it on the side can't do it that they have the drug they don't seem to be doing anything else except approving unqualified judges to the federal bench but we can we can do our job the is the second point I think there's a very real possibility that we might do a two year budgeting cycle of that last year we had a a bipartisan select committee house and Senate to consider reference reforms of the budget appropriations process that was one of the items that seem to have a a significant amount of bipartisan and bi cameral support I I think it makes sense of even though it's only one more year it does have the the effect of forcing us to think a little bit longer term and that's that's always good it would bring much more certainty to the department so they can operate more efficiently efficiently and not have to worry about programs being long term longer term contracts being written and signed a in research research grants being a cut off so I think it would be great for the agencies and if we did that and again it would it would allow us in the Congress to do a little more budgetary oversight which we have not done nearly enough of this is news makers on C-SPAN radio our guest this week is the chairman of the house budget committee congressman John Yarmouth he's interviewed by two congressional.
"matt bevins" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Governor Matt Bevin conceding Thursday to Democrats Andy this year I'm not going to contest these numbers that have come in it isn't fair to throw that on our legislature to try to find something that there just isn't Devin trailed by more than five thousand votes assured already declared victory president drums asking the Supreme Court to block a subpoena for his tax returns the request is seen as a test of the president's ability to defy investigations a Missouri man gets eight years in prison for supporting terrorists federal prosecutors say run easy job heartsick conspired with others to support OB do low Rommel Passaro a Bosnian American who fought and died for ISIS in Syria according to court documents the forty five year old gave money to his co conspirators to purchase US military uniforms tactical gear and other supplies for Patara and other ISIS fighters article college eyes to the judge but prosecutors warrant moved arguing he was the architect and organizer of the conspiracy Steve Rappaport fox news Amazon's protesting the Pentagon's decision to award a huge cloud computing contract to Microsoft the online giant citing unmistakable bias in that decision a warning that now houses private space program might have trouble getting off the ground the agency's inspector general warrants NASA faces significant safety and technical challenges that need to be solved before astronauts fly in private capsules orders no bowling and SpaceX or several years late and transporting crews to the international space station the report says the private capsules likely won't be certified before next summer and urges NASA to set a realistic timetable to avoid compromising safety timer gaudy fox news and they'll futures up ninety seven points indicating a.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says he won’t contest results showing Democratic opponent winning Kentucky governor’s race
"Kentucky governor Matt Bevin has conceded his race for reelection of requesting a re Candace speaking in Frankford Bevin wished his opponent Democrat Attorney General anti bush sure well as he transitions into his new role Indiana gas at two fifty a gallon today says gasbuddy and leaders from members of the US led coalition to defeat ISIS met in Washington today for the first time since ISIS leader Abu Baqer al Baghdadi
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says he won’t contest results showing Democratic opponent winning Kentucky governor’s race
"The Kentucky governor's race is over more than a week after election day I truly wish the Attorney General well as the next governor of the state as he assumes his responsibilities I truly do I love this state I love this country Republican governor Matt Bevin conceding a loss by less than half of one percent this follows today's re canvassing of votes from one hundred twenty counties across Kentucky when the voting was done the split between governor Bevin and the challenger democratic anybody here was only five thousand one hundred eighty six votes out of one point four million so the governor requested the re canvassing well just a short time ago the secretary of state Alison lender can Grimes announced that the re canvassing with all one hundred twenty counties reporting resulted in no change in the outcome of the electronics is Mike Tobin in the Lexington Bashir is not only the current state Attorney General is also the son of the former Kentucky
Michael Bloomberg — shiny new pebble or fool's gold?
"When the former mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg decided not to run for the US President in twenty sixteen. He said it was because he was unsure of whether America was ready to be run by a white white billionaire mogul. Well that's the Bloomberg could have another go. This worried that there's no clear Democrat candidate to beat Donald Trump will tell us more uh. La Bureau chief collateral Rabelo a very warm. Welcome back to the program. Collage tell us about Bloomberg and his bid. How serious is this is because by all accounts since two thousand and eight that has not been a presidential election without speculation that might Michael Bloomberg might run? Yes and what's important to get right here. Is that this move by Michael. Bloomberg doesn't mean that he's necessarily definitely running now at this point he's just keeping his options Sion's open. He's ensuring that whenever he eventually makes that decision he is allowed to run if he chooses to do so so hard that he has filing the paperwork work that is needed while he has filed the paperwork that is needed to become a candidates in the Democratic primary in Alabama which is a state that had the earliest filing wiling at deadline. His Adviser Stole The New York Times at the end of last week. That Bloomberg will decide for sure whether Ron within a matter of days and not weeks except now up there are a couple of things here. That are interesting I is how late this announcement is coming. And the electoral calendar there are fewer than and three months to go before the Iowa caucus and even since the mid nineteen seventies. The latest a potential nominee has ever launched his or. Her presidential campaign was by August of the year before the election than we are now in November if Bloomberg decides to make this one official before the end of the month and then as you mentioned in your question we need to ask why this change If you call him a Bloomberg announced back in March this year that he would not run for president and now it all seems to point executive that fact that he's worried about The Way Democratic primary is unfolding out so far and even as early as last month he had mentioned that he would perhaps consider a run. If Joe Biden. This is the former vice president Joe. Oh Biden decided to drop out of the race but all in all. If Bloomberg does end up running he'll have to scramble to make it to the debate stage so that people beyond his supporters know about his agenda and what he represents and we also need to take into account the growing unpopularity of billionaires among the left wing of the Democratic Party. The party does need to question whether or not Bloomberg's Ron. Ron will do more harm than good at this point in the race when the ultimate goal is to eventually defeat Donald Trump so there are worries that he actually him standing up against is going to split the center. But let's look at the other candidates on where we are with the polls Joe Biden's in trouble which is a huge issue The the campaigns have Bernie Sanders and particularly Elizabeth. Warren are not going that well actually Bloomberg has repeatedly attacked Elizabeth Warren. So he's coming into a failed which is already rather bad tempered and and not really putting a strong candidate. It isn't tape no and he is exactly as you described with the Bloomberg entering during the race. And we're ignoring a big factor. Here which is there's an argument that a lot of people say he is not a Democrat. He is more of a Republican than Democrat. But that's a whole different conversation but if we take into account Michael Bloomberg entering the race now the center of the party disappears and the problem. That's that's the Democrats have been facing. which is you have candidates on? Two extreme ends of the political agenda within the same party with Bloomberg entering during this. That divide was only deepen you will. You will have the same party Eh. One of the country's most known billionaires regardless of the fact that he has of course Experienced running public office running the biggest city in the country in New York City but he is one of the most known billionaires to and then you have on the other end. Candidates are advocating for a huge tax on people such Just as Mike Bloomberg so it will it regardless of who the candidate ends up being. You take the risk of eliminating a lot of the voters Not necessarily to vote for trump perhaps not vote at all because it seems like the identity of the Democratic Party does not exist and that was the main issue in two thousand sixteen and it just seems like a repetition ministry again which is a shame if you're a Democrat because actually last week Votes in Virginia and Kentucky seemed to indicate that in principle the Democrats are on the the the the recovery. Oh yes if you look at the results from us. We Cut The conclusion is that the Democrats are on a winning streak in Kentucky Talkie as Democrats. Andy here defeated The Republican Governor Matt Bevin and this was by a very thin margin and for over a day a Bevan refused to even concede. We're talking about five thousand votes. That decided this result wishes shows just how polarized it is right here. This is state up trump won by a margin of thirty points in two thousand sixteen so it just shows how the tide released turning and of course in many ways. It's victory is indeed significant particularly. Because you know Bevan ran a national campaign Consistently linking himself to president trump and not only. The trump makes several several statements supporting him. He even held a last minute rally with Macbeth into former Kentucky governor in the net for to ensure this reelection that now we we know didn't happen and if you look at Virginia the Democrats should take it as a big victory for the party This is the first time since nineteen ninety-three three that the Democrats won control of both chambers in the state legislature and governor and this has is allowing them to kind of redraw the the states legal boundaries legislative boundaries after the census are happening next year and it can help pave the way to solidify Virginia Jinya as a blue state from now on color. Avello on the line from Los Angeles thank you very much indeed for joining us on the
"matt bevins" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"That I saw from ambassador side windows I live respected was there's no quid pro quo but now I hardly know the gentleman and truck Bellis are reportedly eyeing others to blame including White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani I don't know what really did I don't know what he's doing over there and people look at ready that's fine with me and joining me now from Bowling Green Kentucky is Republican senator rand Paul of Kentucky who sits on the foreign relations committee connect me to presser thanks rob me let me start with the Kentucky results first before we get into the the the events of later this week just your initial reactions Matt Bevin do you see his loss as something bigger than Matt Bevin and about the Republican Party as a whole well when you look at all the races there were six statewide races we won five out of six Republicans won five out of six we did lose a governor's race we were disappointed in it but the interesting thing is is we beat a lot of other candidates and no one expected us to so actually in many ways they were sort of a red wave in Kentucky I think it was mostly particular about one race and I think the teachers were very unhappy he tried to fix the pension but got crossways with the teachers and I think the teachers anger came out but I think he was trying to do the right thing which is save the pension for the teachers but it's tough when you ask people to pay more to keep their pension in place people get unhappy you know it's interesting he was the only one of the candidates you talked about the rest of the of the Republican candidates at one below below him he that he decided to nationalize this race make it about president trump making about impeachment in hindsight was that a mistake you think we know a lot of candidates do that because you know we have conservative voters in Kentucky who elect federal representatives overwhelmingly because they're socially conservative and they do support president trump's I don't think it's a bad strategy necessarily but I think that he had some other things to overcome one thing was the anger of the teachers but another was some problems within the Republican base he lost some Republican counties that other Republicans got over sixty percent so there was also a problem within his base and that's a complicated matter but there are a lot of specific reasons and fights within the Republican Party that may have her name I'll let me move to the events that we're gonna be taking place this week performing just simply ask have you been reading the transcripts of they've been released you know I've been reading the reports of than the actual transfer scripts I haven't seen it but I guess my impression so far is I think the American people want fairness and I don't think they're going to judge fairness when they're accusing president trump of the same thing Joe Biden did threatening the aid of some kind of corruptions not fit investigated and seems like everybody both parties have been threatening aid if some kind of investigation either doesn't happen or is ended and so I think really what's going to happen if you were so they're impeaching president trump for exactly the same thing that Joe Biden did he threaten the aids they didn't fire someone and supposedly the president did if they didn't investigate someone so it sounds exactly like what Joe Biden if they're working in peace Joe Biden they look like you know hypocrites in a way for going only after president trump and having not a word to say about what you did that so you think it's perfectly appropriate for the president of the United States who have sought this quid pro quo from Ukraine's government let's say I want to set aside I ate it all I will decide what price for the money I just want you to know did the poor is it appropriate for the president of the United States to engaged in I I think there's a real question whether you think the president should specifically go after one person but there's a real question whether Joe Biden should have gone after one prosecutor it's exactly the same scenario hello so I well let me finish to make that if there is a question about that but if it were me I wouldn't give them the aid because we don't have the money we have to actually borrow the money from China to send it to you cried some again see eight and I think it's a mistake to do the eight so I wouldn't have played any of these games but I think the American people think it's unfair to treat trump or no one standard and Joe Biden under a different standard but is that really be you I I understand trying to go back I go back to do two wrongs make a right I want to set that aside because I I don't understand why that's always used as a deflection does that mean you think it's now okay for the president to act this way no matter what we think of well I know this point if it's wrong for the will to be done hi no well counted it kind of does but I would approach it from a different life fairness is one angle and I don't think people going to think this is fair but I think the second angle is this foreign aid by law can only go out to countries that are not corrupt so if you think that our country is acting in a corrupt way president can always withhold aid into the corruption is fixed so you're gonna have to get in the mind of trump and his advisors and say well he didn't really believe that the bodies were corrupt I think he absolutely does I think you give a lot of texture just as I do think the Biden's were corrupt and you think you were investigating corruption and the corruption is in the law that you can't give a to a country that as corruption so there's no way this ends up being a policy debate in a partisan debate and has nothing to do with the legality or illegality or impeachment it's purely a partisan way of trying to overturn the election do you believe there should be a distinction between whether the administrators people in the administration asked for a quid pro quo and whether if there and whether the president and self directed it do you think there's a distinction there if there's no proof the president and self directed it but for instance as we've seen these transcripts indicate about perhaps Mick Mulvaney was was directing this is that distinction matters you I think we've gotten lost in this whole idea of quid pro quo and I think senator Kennedy kinda hit the nail on the head is that if you're not allowed to give aid to people who are corrupt there's always contingencies on aid even even president Obama withheld aid you know he was supposed to give legal aid Congress said give them three under million leaves late and he sent them blankets so president since the beginning of time I resisted Congress and there's been this sort of back and forth jockeying over what is sent but also presidents have withheld aid before for corruption so the thing is is I think it's a mistake to say oh he withheld aid until he got what he wanted well if it's corruption and he believes are to be corruption has every right to withhold aid so I think it's a big mistake for anybody to argue quid pro quo did now could pro quote I know that's what the administration's arguing I would make that argument I would make the argument that every politician in Washington other than me virtually is trying to manipulate you crying to their purposes Menendez tried it Murphy tried it Biden tried at trump strident they're all doing it they are all trying to manipulate you crane to get some kind of investigation either ended about a sugar started investigation let me ask the question this way though if if you're the average American citizen watching this should you be concerned that the present United States wanted a foreign government to help investigate a political rival do you understand why some people think that that's an on that that is basically abusing the office for political gain I think that's ideal actually I think you're right Chuck but I think an equal number of people are upset that Hillary Clinton hard abridged by to hire Russians to get dark call the steel dossier so here's Hillary Clinton in the middle of a campaign hiring a foreign spy agency or a foreign spy I did it again is amazed why did you say you did it and you went back and I'd say okay there's a hater that's bad over here there's be AB that's bad over there I know that his condition your bad behavior when do we put a stop to what it says is no it what I'm asking for is that they be treated equally and I think the American public's going to say if you didn't do anything to help OR Clinton for hiring a four inch by why is it all the sudden wrong for president trump three investigate so much well what I would say is that people want to be treated fairly I'm not saying two wrongs make a right I'm not even saying I would have done it that way all I'm saying is is that you can impeach president trump you're gonna give Hillary Clinton a you know let her skate so then I think people see that is unfair and should becomes partisan that's why no Republicans voted for impeachment is there anything you add that you could hear that might make you are you an open minded juror let me ask it that way I am very open minded and fair minded you're not meet a person who is not is more fair that I am I really do believe that justice should be color blind gender blind you name it I think justice should be you know one of our traditions about justice about finding just as is the defense should be able to present their witnesses so if you can't call hunter Biden you can't call the whistle blower that's not that's sort of a sham that's not even really a trial so I am fair minded but the trial has to be fair senator rand Paul Republican from Kentucky thank you for coming on a journey of these are much appreciated thank you and joining me now from Stamford Connecticut is democratic congressman Jim Himes who sits on the intelligence committee congressman Heinz walking back to meet the press good morning Jack we start with this will there be new information the public learns from these public hearings on Wednesday morning there will be new information I suspect most of the public has not read the release transcripts and what they're going to hear is they are going to hear a man sleep patriotic beautifully articulated articulate people telling the story of a president who let's forget quid pro quo quid pro quo is one of these things to muddy the works who extorted of honorable comp country by holding up military aid so yes they are going to hear something new and Chuck it feel if you'll grant me one second here my head is only now deacon busting from the exchange you had with rand Paul I've I've spent eleven years in public service defending the press and when senator rand Paul comes on and says that what Donald Trump dead in the transcript is there extorting a foreign government for his personal political gain and that's exactly the same thing as Joe Biden exactly the same thing as what he said as Joe Biden saying that this prosecutor should be released when Joe Biden is acting in consistency with American foreign policy and back then we had a whole list of things that had to be done in this was American foreign policy it was European Union policy it was I MF policy that this prosecutor needed to go when rand Paul says that that's exactly the same thing as the president of the United States saying you need to find dirt on my political opponent and with all due respect Chuck when you say we'll do two wrongs make a right let's be very clear the president of the United States demanding extorting a vulnerable country to do his political bidding to go after his opponent has nothing to do with Joe Biden executing the foreign policy and I say for Hillary Clinton who is a private citizen doing opposition research on her on her presidential opponent those are radically different things and what the president did is wrong and impeachable may I ask you something you just said you.
"matt bevins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Matt Bevin says he is preparing to transfer power to Democrats Andy this year we would be wise for the Attorney General to do what he is doing he should be putting together a transition team and he should be having conversations with the expectation that if he is the person with the most votes at the end of this that in fact he would should be ready to take the responsibility of being governor the unofficial tally has Bevin trailing this year by about five thousand votes an investigation is underway into financial misconduct in the eleven and city school district an employee was placed on leave this week after a booster group on covered a problem with their books so far no charges have been filed the kings at school district is wondering what to do next after their bond issue was defeated on Tuesday the district is growing at a rapid pace and they don't know where to put all of the new students seems local school district is running out of room crying about a little over a hundred students every year on Gould with king says they now have to figure out what if anything to take back the voters after a levy was shot down Tuesday night certainly we have we're going to have to do something but we're going to try to take some time here look at some of the different options that we haven't ruled says reaction on social media lays blame on a plan that was too expensive with a low voter turnout hi Matt reads newsradio seven hundred WLW on Wall Street the Dow currently up two hundred forty six points nasdaq gained sixty five well the S. P. is up nineteen it does appear to be a done deal now athletic director my bone will be leaving the university of Cincinnati the LA times as bone has taken the same job at the university of southern California they'll be introduced later this afternoon that news capping a bad night for the Bearcats on the basketball court they lost their season opener to the Ohio State Buckeyes last night final score was sixty four to fifty six our next update at eleven thirty Rick Eugene newsradio seven hundred W. L..
Republican incumbent Bevin requests recanvass in Kentucky gubernatorial race
"In Kentucky Democrat Andy Bashir is assembling his administration after claiming victory in Tuesday's election for governor but Republican incumbent Matt Bevin still hasn't conceded and is Kentucky public radio's Ryland Barton reports Bevin is requesting an official review of the vote totals with all precincts reporting governor Devin trails this year by more than five thousand votes the betting is claimed without evidence that there are a regularities in the election that need to be looked into now he's asked for something called a re canvas alike double checking of the vote totals re canvases rarely produce different results and when they do they're very small on Wednesday morning Bashir said he was moving forward as Kentucky's governor elect last night the election and it ended then it's time to move forward with a smooth transition if the results hold this year would have to deal with the legislature that has a Republican
"matt bevins" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Kentucky ended Matt Bevin the candidate with fewer counted votes won't go up the fight Kentucky's Republican governor Matt Bevin who is deeply unpopular was counting on election eve boost from president trump if you win the gonna make it like whole home and if you lose I think it's safe trump's suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world the governor's race too close to call reporter Cecilia Vegas's Kentucky Republicans did sweep every other state wide seat a pair of Oklahoma lawmakers are proposing to name a section of route sixty six the president John Donald J. trump highway but opponents of the renaming say the proposed section of highway is already named after Oklahoma native Will Rogers state senator teeth and dom is co author of the bill he says the stretch of highway is longer than the usual two miles of the Oklahoma department of transportation they designate for naming after people one section that not identified as four miles long the course with president trump everything being huge you know about doing something larger than the normal would be appropriate proposed bill seats fourteen hundred dollars for signage on the reading high we will be paid for by the bill's authors former national security adviser John Bolton has been called to testify today in the trump impeachment inquiry although he is scheduled to appear but his attorneys have already said he won't testify without a subpoena if you plan to tie the knot you're in forty one here this you might have some new required reading to do first state senator Dennis Baxley has introduced the Florida guide to a healthy marriage it would give tips to newly weds to help them avoid divorce state senator Linda Stewart of Orlando is among those against the new bill I appreciate him wanting to make sure that people are making right choices but I'm not certain that something that legislation if there'd be engaged in the guide would complement the family law handbook already produced by the state which Baxley says does not offer enough advice Trina scales news ninety six point five W. 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Bevin campaign formally asks for a recanvass in Kentucky
"Of the governor of Kentucky asking for an official read canvas of votes in the after Tuesday night's election current results show Matt Bevin that losing to Attorney General and to be here by a little over five thousand votes Bashir has refused to
Democrats win key elections in Virginia
"Elections in several states without a warning shot toward president trump and Republicans heading into next year's general election AP washed corresponded soccer Madani is a look at some key result Democrats are writing some kind of way you probably an anti trump wave in political analyst Larry sapatos home a Virginia Democrats gained full control of the state house for the first time in twenty six years hello Kentucky a day after the president visited Lexington to boosting common governor Matt Bevin Democrat a deeper shears claiming victory though the race remains too tight to call in both Kentucky and Virginia tufts university's Jeffrey berry notes Democrats were strong upon traditionally G. O. P. friendly suburban voters White House up to pick up some way of making more tolerable on a less provocative in the suburbs Republicans did keep Mississippi's governorship and the president heads to Louisiana tonight in hopes of helping boot the incumbent Democrat Sager mag on the
"matt bevins" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Kentucky governor Matt Bevin has yet to concede his campaign manager pointing to irregularities in Tuesday's election saying the people of Kentucky deserve a fair and honest election adding we are exercising the right to ensure that every lawful vote was counted re canvassing does not mean a recount instead the county elections board will recheck every machine and reported back to the county clerk representatives from both campaigns can be present during the process democratic Attorney General any Bashir has already declared victory Bryan Burrough ABC news in New York a judge strikes down the moral objection rule for abortion providers today this really comes after multiple health groups and others sued the trump administration over this rule which is not yet in effect but it would let doctors opt out of providing abortions or other services that conflict with their moral or religious beliefs the federal judge said his ruling came in three consolidated lawsuits one made up of nineteen states including Massachusetts in Massachusetts today the First Lady Milan your trump joining doctors at BMC highlighting the hospital's cuddling assist program I hope today's music helps time allies on the programs like your cuddling loading four com and that many August available to pregnant women and babies for any class but some workers at BMC protest at her visit with more on that here's WBZ TV is Louisa molar we spoke with a few protesters may St the visit sends a wrong message to ever get patients specifically who are worried about the trump administration's policies take a listen to what some of them had to say she's melania trump she's married to Donald Trump and he is such a symbol of so much of what we stand against of so much hatred division we are not protesting her being here you know we're sort of more trying to get the message for patients to say Hey we see you we understand the term or device we understand the issues that you're going through and we.
Bevin asks for recanvass of Kentucky governor vote
"Kentucky's Republican governors staying in the fight after a close election on Tuesday well the democratic candidate is declaring victory Republican Kentucky governor Matt Bevin is asking for re campus of county vote totals we simply want to ensure that there is integrity in the process we have been claims they were voting irregularities that need to be looked into we know there have been thousands of June of absentee ballots that were illegally counted election results show him trailing Democrat state Attorney General indie Bashir by a few thousand votes the re campus is scheduled for November fourteenth meanwhile Bashir says he's confident in the outcome about five thousand votes
"matt bevins" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Republican governor Matt Bevin Trevin trailing democratic challenger Andy Bashir by about five thousand votes Kentucky governor Matt Bevin has yet to concede we're in the process of getting affidavits and other information that will help us to get a better understanding of what did or did not happen that those will be forthcoming in the days ahead re canvassing does not mean a recount instead the county elections board will recheck machine and reported back to the county clerk presented from both campaigns can be present during the process democratic Attorney General any Bashir has already declared victory Bryan Burrough ABC news house impeachment deposition transcript from the top diplomat in Ukraine shows bill Taylor understood security assistance was being withheld to pressure you crane into launching a corruption investigation Taylor will testify publicly next week president trump held a Republican celebration at the White House president thanking Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for helping confirm a record hundred and fifty plus federal judges generations from now Americans will know that Mitch McConnell help save the constitutional rule of law senator McConnell did that in part by blocking dozens of president Obama nominees including one for the Supreme Court Andy field ABC news Washington federal prosecutors say the Saudi government recruited to Twitter employees to get the personal account information of thousands of critics they say those employees were rewarded with tens of thousands of dollars to murder suspects who escaped from the Monterey county jail in California have been re arrested while trying to walk back into the US from Mexico wasn't how they got from Salinas to Mexico we'll do everything we can to figure that out captain John Thornburgh says the pair will be housed separately in a different unit from the one they escaped stocks closed mostly lower today after small gains and losses on Wall Street the Dow fell a fraction the nasdaq fell twenty four the SP closed up to you're listening to a BC this is our top local stories Oregon voters seem to be on a yes vote on election day details from eleven ninety K. E. X. is John Erickson Oregon voters said yes to a number of school levies including the Portland teacher levy vase said yes to those Savi island fire levy the Happy Valley police levy the Clackamas county mosquito levy and the metro parks and nature bond but over in camas Washington voters gave a resounding no on a controversial pool bond meanwhile voters in Washington state also rejecting a measure reinstating affirmative action in the state referendum eighty eight is failing with fifty two percent no votes I nine seventy six the measure to limit car tabs passing with fifty five percent yes votes in Oregon city man will spend the next six and a half years in prison for shooting his roommate several times at their apartment in may Daniel we use was arrested may twenty fourth after swat team stand off at the mount view apartments police say his roommate Easton figure called nine one one to reported been shot by ways officers had to break out figures bedroom window to rescue him which was finally arrested exiting the back of the unit at sentencing an attempted murder charge against which was dropped in exchange for his guilty plea to attempted assault.
"matt bevins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Appreciate the call Daniel in Louisville Kentucky on the bench aggression before Daniel Hey Ben so question of course you know that Matt Bevin lost yesterday but the margins are super fan you off by right around five thousand so less than one percent there's article that came out McCurry journal today where the state legislature could come down and actually decide that boat if that were to happen we think that national implications for the Republicans would be just thrown into the state legislature and and the elections of being overturned it will not go like it did in Washington state when basically voter fraud alleged Democrats become governor I won't go like it was when al Franken became a senator over norm Coleman despite losing an election in Minnesota they they let's put this white the media are a lot more sanguine about Democrats stealing elections than they are about Republicans getting involved in closed run things yeah it's it would there be significant blow back then the nice thing about Kentucky which I just found out actually is that in Kentucky you can override a gubernatorial veto with a majority of the state legislature cell and then the new governor is gonna have some trouble ramming through anything remotely resembling a far left agenda it's also worthwhile noting with regard to the gubernatorial race that when Matt Bevin was not a popular figure in Kentucky the dues twenty points under water he was the second most unpopular governor in the state in in the country president trump came in and it helped rally him to in your victory and Republicans did really well down ballot in Kentucky so I'm not worried at Kentucky going blue I'm worried about some of the consequences of trump right across the country sort of alienating suburban voters but I don't think the Bevin is the bellwether I think in Kentucky down ballot is about whether in Devonshire shows what happens when you're on popular people.
"matt bevins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Now Kentucky governor Matt Bevin campaign saying that there are voting irregularities and he is formally requesting an official re canvas that means the county clerks are going to count the absentee votes and check over the printouts make sure that all the numbers are correct that recount this re canvas is going to take place on November fourteenth governor Bevins gonna talk more about the whole process an hour from now in a news conference earlier today his challenger indeed the sheer telling reporters that he's moving ahead with the transition and taking command after he won last night by about fifty two hundred votes we have got to submit a budget for instance to the legislature near the end of January that much is going to be absolutely critical in its support of public education and healthcare the Democrat this year beat the Republican incumbent Bethan by about fifty two hundred votes now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic center long screening save lives if you're fifty five or older and would like to learn more call you see health at five one three five eight four long that's five one three five eight four L. U. N. G. R. traffic is heavy due to police activity blocking the right lane westbound on two seventy five at seventy four your heavy back to blue rock they've cleared the accident south seventy five in northern Kentucky at Kyle's lane traffic still heavy to the Brent Spence bridge north seventy five you're crowded between Mitchell and the Ronald Reagan southbound heavy.
Suburban revolt sends signal to Trump, GOP
"Two days ago the president stumped for Kentucky governor Matt Bevin if you lose it sends a really bad message Evans opponent is claiming a win that race and others in Virginia and elsewhere revealed signs of a suburban search for Democrats and a revolt against the president and the G. O. P. the problem the Republican Party I have to be worried about what I saw last night tell us universities Jeffrey berry says the White House has to figure out a way for the president to win back suburban voters Larry Sabit with the university of Virginia the warranty it's hard to take much from state elections even with signs the suburbs are turning against the president it's early to all dairy few firm conclusions from an off off year election that the year away from the presidential election Sager mag Connie at the White House
"matt bevins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The great American coming up in about one hour is the mayor of our city John Cranley to talk about the deal deal with Todd fourteen and what the city's getting what the town is getting I'm asking certain political questions about what happened in Kentucky but before that happens in about an hour joining me now is the is the prosecutor the Joe deters of Kent County Bob Sanders you might recall I had a mall and I think on Monday to talk about the election chances of a Matt Bevin he's unsolicited advice for the campaign but certainly watch what was going on in northern Kentucky as you know CNN and others are saying this morning and this afternoon I'm sure they're going to keep saying that somehow this is what's going to happen next year that Matt Bevin was was lost because of trump coming in he also lost to the three northern Kentucky counties which everyone assumed he was going to sweep northern Kentucky but can't in Campbell he won bowed but not canton in Campbell man with this I'm on the pulse of northern Kentucky is rob Sanders and rob Sanders welcome again of the bill Cunningham show rob how are you are you doing today good so what happened what happened last night well it was a chaotic night in the Commonwealth your top to bottom Republicans swept every race except the governor's race Democrat ended this year managed to beat Matt Bevin by a few thousand votes for every other Republican candidate was winning by hundreds of thousands of votes no well the race was even close except the governor's race which unfortunately Republicans lost why because I would assume that they were the most important position in the state of Kentucky is the governor the AG's important secretary state the house and Senate spring court all important but why did Bevin lose as a Republican with trump there the night before when every other I have every other Democrat went down hard but Bevin lost why I think it just comes down to how we treated people and when I say people I'm don't mean anybody individually I mean classes of people he managed to it and sold every teacher in Kentucky he managed to install and so pretty much every state employee in Kentucky and you know all those people they have friends they have family they have people to care about him you know everybody likes features everybody likes cops everybody likes fireman it you know and even the people that are related to teachers requirement or anything like that the they still just don't like to see them treated poorly and I think that came back to bite me Matt Bevin I think without a doubt these results for a referendum on Matt Bevin and and how he conducted himself and how he carried on his administration and it's unfortunate because I think you did great things and it is governor he bought tons of investment the Kentucky businesses were booming businesses were opening businesses or expanding the economy is great but if there's one thing about Kentucky is we are not afraid to vote people into office on principle alone and Matt Bevin proves we're not afraid to throw people out of office on principle alone because certainly when it comes down to the job that he's actually done he deserves another term but the way he treated people just made it impossible some of the pundits on CNN in mainstream media said that's exactly what trump is doing from their perspective that somehow this and in fact last night on ABC news they put up northern Kentucky on the map and they study did as to why he won Kent County Boone County Campbell county and because their quote suburbs of Cincinnati I think you would reject without a doubt however the experts said because of the better the way Bavin treated people that's the way trump treated people do you agree that's the experts saying what trump gonna put some backlash to the same extent I think that there are people that dislike trump because they don't think he acts presidential but there's a big difference between Matt Bevin and Donald Trump and that's it Donald Trump insults individuals you know he insults crooked Hillary or Ian insults ship the shipboard sleepy Joe but he doesn't insult entire classes of people now I'm sure there's people that are going to disagree with me and say that you know he's a racist or he's a **** or whatever it's nonsense in the large part trump doesn't insult blog bases of people like Matt Bevin insulted teachers you know he keeps it individualized and so I think there's a lot of people out there that can deal with trump acting the way he does including the things he does because he's keeping it he's keeping it personal to the people that he disagrees with last time I spoke to a couple of business leaders in northern Kentucky and they said it came down to one thing and that is tolls and I made I'm gonna ask the mayor of our city John Cranley in about an hour whether or not John brainer cost Matt Bevin the election let me explain I am told by those and it's been more less confirmed by banner that about four five years ago they were sitting around during one of the numerous government shut downs to work a deal deal and get things done and that McConnell turn to the president said Mister president and southern Kentucky we need about two billion dollars over the next ten years to do what you damn projects going to put to work toward twenty five hundred people it's going to be great economic engine to drive Tennessee Kentucky and then banner McConnell turned a banner and said what about that bridge John and John said it's against my principles it's got to go through the process it's an earmark and therefore I'm not gonna throw that into this deal which was a multi trillion dollar deal the because of code principles and then the I've asked banner that a couple times he said look you got to stand on principle and so would you agree that if the bridge was built or if right now was in the process and that was taken off the table Matt Bevin one of one well I don't know that told in particular because Matt Bevin the election I think did not six thousand votes I don't know that he lost six thousand votes in polls but it is position all of a sudden coming up in favor of told saying that that was the only way the bridge was going to get done I think that certainly did not help you did not pick up any boats saying that and quite possibly lost several hundred if not several thousand I'd certainly not have advised him to take that position especially a week before the election and especially when he's never taken that position before that said I don't think the banner you hit your didn't build a bridge on principle alone if anything you didn't build a bridge because it went into Thomas Matthews district when Thomas Matthew was one of the people that did not support reelecting banners speaker of the house and I think that that's what we didn't get the bridge but never the less bottom line is we don't have it it jumping or didn't get it done and that certainly heard wrap up and and you know trying to overcome the obstacle of all the people he angered you didn't need anymore obstacles like the bridge or cold or anything like that in reading stories on a Frankford does this morning and I'm reading stories about Kentucky Senate president Roberts diverse Stever some not sure how to say his name Roberts Ivers he said the the things not over yet with Bevan because we could decide who wins the race and I'm reading the story if it's less than one percent as understand suffering the governor it we will follow the letter of the law with various processes he's determined us is senator Stivers of Manchester said based on a staff to research the decision could come before the Republican controlled state legislature understate long Kentucky Bevin is thirty days to formally contest the outcome once it is certified to the board of elections Canada is tempered glass for re canvas of voting machines in the recount first is there a chance that the Republicans in Frankfort could determine who's the next governor of Kentucky it's an outside remote chance I think did you make you wouldn't need all the stars and all the moons to align Kentucky's got an antiquated outdated system of contesting elections that involves filing challenges to specific county down and frankly you have to get a a circuit judge to agree to have these contested counties in war knows Matt Bevin had made in France among the circuit judges in Franklin County the last four years so I just don't know how that is going to turn out I think the president's stoppers is technically correct but I also think that the Republicans need to be very cautious about how we approach this we need to consider what the damage is going to do to our own reputation if we try and the outcome of this election in order to win it I don't know that in any process we're gonna find six thousand additional votes we've got it the bench of potential candidates you know we reelected our agriculture commissioner wind quarrels who's got a would be a great candidate for governor in four years we've got some congressmen in Kentucky congressman Matsui congressman Colmer all these guys will be great cannons for governor we've got Daniel Cameron the very first African American ever to be an independently elected constitutional officer in Kentucky the first African American the first Republican in seventy years to be Attorney General he said he doesn't want to run for governor but he's yeah the bottom line is Willie we got lots of great candidates we got lots of people to the take this office and for years I think anti this year's going to be in all likelihood a one term governor even with the power of incumbency I know a lot of my democratic friends are gonna blow their eyes right now and really say that but that's my opinion Republicans would back be strong in four years and that's the route we are concentrate on so the idea that somehow in Frankford there be manipulation and horse trading on the governorship in one of my democratic friends told me wanted you guys as it does say you guys I'm a conservative I'm not a Republican necessarily said you guys ought to accept the outcome of the election and I said well accepted the way you accepted Al Gore right and and then it was like all it what's good for the goose is good for the Gander but even though it appears to share is one I think I'd be a political on a moral mistake for Republicans to manipulate the outcome of the election to change unless there's fraud are there a whole bunch of these other votes out there like in like in Florida this constantly the military ballots and there's contested ballots not is that we're gonna have some guy with a magnifying glass in Frankfort with a goofy look at night determining the outcome of the election or does Kentucky not at the same system as Florida Kentucky right when we voted Matt Bevin in the Republican primary to be our candidate to run for governor construct away four years ago he only won by eighty nine but it's in the guys that ran against him they didn't contested and you know we're we're talking six thousand votes now so I don't know that any message of some of counting anything or returning it anything are contesting everything is gonna find at six thousand votes and was very skeptical about sure they come up with some big fault that was perpetrated somewhere but it's gonna have to be a really big problem the really big county because you you we got to remember complex you've got a hundred and twenty channels with chop up the boat so much by the mechanics that there's a lot of counties in Kentucky we don't even have six thousand people in.
Democrats claim victory over Trump-backed Kentucky governor, seize Virginia legislature
"Democrats showing strength in some of the key state elections from yesterday in the Kentucky race for governor incumbent Republican Matt Bevin appears to have been defeated by the democratic challenger anti Bashir who has declared victory Democrats won control of the Virginia legislature for the first time in
Kentucky Governor Race: Andy Beshear Declares Victory Over Matt Bevin
"The Democrat in the race in Kentucky Indy Bashir declares victory as governor elect the current governor the Republican Matt Bevin has not conceded president trump campaign for him and White House counsel kellyanne Conway tells fox I think the president made this race competitive as
Andy Beshear speaks after declaring victory in Kentucky
"Now thank you that is Democrat any this year claiming victory in the race for governor of Kentucky it was very close loss of five thousand votes separating him and incumbent governor Matt Bevin while Bevin is not conceding the race just yet Bashir plans a news conference today talk about plans for the transition of power across the bluegrass northern Kentucky could well provided the death blow to the Bevin campaign turn out across the area was much higher than than the rest of the state I'm sure end up winning both Campbell and Kenton counties Kelly said Bevin easily carried back in twenty
Democrats win control of House and Senate in Virginia
"It was an election night for Democrats to remember in Virginia as they picked up at least two Senate and five house seats to gain control of both the house and Senate for the first time in a quarter century among the key races lost by Republicans the last GOP house seat in northern Virginia formerly held by Kim Hugo and the Senate seat vacated by retiring Republican Dick black Democrat John bell B. Gary Hagens to win that race high voter turnout in a late infusion of out of state cash helped push Democrats over the top but former governor Terry McAuliffe was quick to put the G. O. P. defeat at the feet of president trump for one point four miles from the White House in he could even step foot in the Commonwealth of Virginia it was a big night for us the first time in twenty six years you look at Virginia you look it can cut tacky and you look at the most we got in Mississippi it's a tough night for Donald Trump in Kentucky Democrat challenger indie Bashir beat incumbent governor Matt Bevin in Mississippi Republican Tate Reeves beat his democratic challenger by six point in a state where the Republicans won by more than thirty points four years ago in northern Virginia Democrats dominated there as well with victories for the board chair seats in Fairfax Loudon in prince William county Democrats won eight of the nine seats on the Fairfax board with long time GOP incumbent Pat Haggerty hanging on to win in Springfield the boards in both Loudon in prince William of also now swung from Republican to Democrat majorities among the winners Julie breast men the woman who lost her job after flipping off president trump motorcade in twenty seventeen she use that to successfully launch her political career and pick up a board seat in Loudon county what is this election tell us about northern Virginia it clear in Fairfax that the Republican message has failed to resonate and it is becoming more more problematic for the party with each election cycle Steven Farnsworth political science professor merry Washington says suburban demographics of change the suburbs of today I have a lot of young people and then they have a lot more racial and ethnic diversity that you saw a generation ago and that means a very different kind of politics arms worth noting GOP hopes to capitalize on the top Virginia Democrats scandals fell
Democrats send warning shot toward Trump, GOP
"Democrats are writing some kind of way you probably an anti trump wave in political analyst Larry sapatos Homer Virginia Democrats gained full control of the state house for the first time in twenty six years hello Kentucky a day after the president visited Lexington to boosting common governor Matt Bevin Democrat a deeper shears claiming victory though the race remains too tight to call in both Kentucky and Virginia tufts university's Jeffrey berry notes Democrats were strong along traditionally G. O. P. friendly suburban voters the White House has to figure out some way of making more tolerable on a less provocative in the suburbs Republicans did keep Mississippi's governorship and the president heads to Louisiana tonight in hopes of helping boot the incumbent Democrat Sager mag on the Washington
"matt bevins" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Kentucky's governor Matt Bevin who had tied his re election to his opposition to the impeachment of the president but Bevin appears to have lost his race although he has not yet conceded we want the process to be followed in there is a process we know for a fact that there have been more than a few irregularities they are very well corroborated and that's all right what they are exactly how many which ones and what effect if any they have will be determined according to law in Virginia even though Republicans kept trump and his policies at arm's length they still lost control of both houses of the legislature for the first time since nineteen ninety four the third ranking official in the state department David Hale is expected to tell impeachment investigators in the house today that political considerations were behind the department's refusal to defend the now former U. S. ambassador to Ukraine in transcripts released by house investigators yesterday U. S. ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sunland reversed his earlier testimony in a knowledge that military aid was being held from Ukraine until it promised to investigate corruption as president trump wanted someone now confirming his involvement in laying out a quid pro quo scenario to Ukrainian officials something he did not previously knowledge during his testimony on October seventeenth when he told investigators he did not know why military aid was being held up saying I could never get a straight answer out of anyone correspondent Jessica Schneider in Washington police say a suspect has been arrested in the massacre of nine members of the Mormon family in Mexico on Monday I'm Christopher Cruz Hey my friends company spent three days cleaning up an email phishing attack that targeted several dozen employees yeah if just one malicious email slips through an attack and spread quickly into serious damage what if that happens to us don't worry we have there could a forensics and incident response so we're good yes with fast automated response and remediation all traces of the attack can be removed in less than five minutes well that's a relief protect your business at barracuda dot com barracuda your journey secured shared all our bills it was about more than just the money to this is a real community Medicare is is a family a group of people that stick with you through the hardest times of your life I just don't know how I could have done it without measure it's so worth looking into there's a reason this is.
"matt bevins" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Matt Bevin but at this hour his democratic opponent and the beat the seer is leading I ran on kitchen table issues and I will govern focused on those same challenges of good jobs healthcare for every Kentuckian Bevin says the race is still too tough to call this isn't a political issue as much as it is an integrity issue of following up process issue the president tweets the fake news will blame trump in Virginia Democrat governor Ralph north on who had a black face controversy earlier this year is declaring victory he says his party will now control the Senate house of delegates and governor's office for the first time in more than two decades to officially declared today November the fifth two thousand nineteen that Virginia is good news for Republicans in Mississippi the third big race tonight they are keeping their hold on the governorship in Mississippi despite facing the best funded Democrat to run for the position in more than a decade always of survival are emerging after brutal attack in Mexico that left nine people dead three American women and six children were killed after the extended family was attacked by gunmen believed to be with one of Mexico's cartels or Adrian barred reporting in from Mexico City the deadly shootout happened in a very remote area of northern Mexico three women from a religious community in the region or driving alone in their SUVs with their children when all of the sudden their vehicles were being shot at being riddled with bullets according to family members five of the children manage to escape alive some of them wounded one was able to get to a place to ask for help the survivors are being treated at an Arizona hospital house committees release more transcripts including a revised one from E. U. ambassador Gordon silent admitting of quid pro quo with Ukraine correspondent Nancy cordis Volcker was very intimately involved with all of this but he tried to make a point throughout his testimony that he really didn't believe that Joe Biden had done anything wrong that he made that point over and over again to Rudy Giuliani but got no where he even told the Ukrainians he don't put out the statement that Giuliani wants you to put out in the president wants you to put out because it's just not true that Joe Biden son did anything wrong you don't want to get mixed up in US politics this is CBS news redemption even the most demented Hollywood writers would not have dreamed up an ending like this forty eight hours Saturday's.
"matt bevins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Terry Alden or a change of direction in Virginia the Associated Press is projecting that Democrats have lived to control of the Virginia Senate well the fate of the house is still unknown Virginia is one of four states holding either General Assembly or gubernatorial elections today well Kentucky governor's race remains close results so far so far show Democrat anti Bashir is leading Republican incumbent Matt Bevin meanwhile every major U. S. intelligence agencies issued a stark warning about next year's election of the president continues to push unsubstantiated theories on Hillary Clinton's email server and Ukraine is intelligence agencies are warning Americans that Russia China ran another foreign rivals are still actively trying to interfere in the twenty twenty election voting the intelligence agencies along with homeland security in the justice department issuing a rare joint statement saying they're working with all fifty states to prevent that ABC's Andy field in Washington according to house impeachment transcripts ambassador Gordon someone revised his testimony to say that he understood military aid to Ukraine was linked to the country promising to investigate corruption as president trump wanted here's ABC's merry Bruce on like others who have testified some and is not a career public servant he's a trump mega donor whose loyalty was rewarded with an ambassadorship and he has been quick to defend the president police in Texas are asking for the public's help in locating two suspects wanted in connection with the murder of a couple from New Hampshire there Adam Williams and Amanda Nover Cleburne county district attorney John he works as an arrest warrant has been issued for Williams new research finds that not only are more teens vaping in the U. S. the number one flavor of choice among them is jul labs mint stocks ended the day mixed on Wall Street the Dow rose thirty one points your listening to ABC news Arizona state eighteen a our on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the key TA our news app your breaking news and traffic it's eight oh two I'm Deborah Dale here's our top story Cochise county sheriff mark Daniels believes at least three murders Monday morning in Agua Prieta Mexico across the border from Douglas Arizona are connected to the murders of nine US citizens about seventy miles south of the border closure of says a caravan of cartel members opened fire in our Prieta and it's time to go after these cartels order that the cartels control comes across that border we just need to read we just need to get in there and take about like we did isis the president weighed in on Twitter this morning saying this is the time for Mexico with the help of the US to wage war on cartels and wipe them off the face of the earth Jim cross KTA aren't as eight children survived a cartel attack less than one hundred miles south of the Arizona Mexico border among the survivors a seven month old baby girl who was found on injured in her car seat inside one of the cars five others had bullet wounds or other injuries and are being treated the city of mesa has appointed a new temporary police chief following the resignation of former chief for mon Batista can cost will service police chief for the mesa police department after chief Batista stepped down yesterday cost has been with the department for nearly twenty five years the city of mesa says they are fully confident in his ability to lead the department professionally and with transparency Batista resigned after the department face multiple excessive use of force incidents within the last year my Lalli on Katie Aaron use average major city chief Ste tenure is three to five years former Phoenix assistant police chief Andy Anderson says no confidence vote to play a role in the short lived ten years like we've seen in mesa and almost in Phoenix Anderson told the brucei James and Pamela Hughes show he agrees with how the Phoenix law enforcement association handled things quite frankly I think the union did the right thing by backing off I think what they're looking for to stability for the organization because that's that's vital he says well may says no confidence vote may have affected former chief Ramon Batista's decision to step down three years as chief is not uncommon in the profession and now for a check on traffic here storage Thomas live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Deborah some lingering crashes we have one of the one oh one south bound at the loop two or two red mountain also watch for crash in Chandler Chandler Boulevard at I. ten one in Tempe involving a motorcycle this when a hearty and university and a crash in Glendale cactus west of sixty Third Avenue this traffic report is.
"matt bevins" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The bluegrass state thank god Greg Stumbo is finally out of state politics that loser has been sucking off the tax payers T. for literally decades and now finally hopefully he is dead in the water as dead as a doorknob so not very happy with the the outcome of the gubernatorial race in Kentucky or did I show that I got in trouble Saturday morning for saying the best part of Andy Bashir ran down someone's leg now is the governor of the state of Kentucky governor of the Commonwealth sh if only if only death and I'm sure Daddy will be there to help him through the hurdles and get prosecutors fired if they keep him from enjoying the graft that a Democrat governor can enjoy as the head of the state of Kentucky as executive well I hope years Daniel Cameron who will be the new Attorney General does exactly to anti Bashir what any Bashir did the Matt Bevin the entirety of Matt Bevins term as governor sue him and take him to court any time he tries to pursue any executive actions what so ever that's the good news Ryan corals agriculture commissioner by the way people are going to point at this nationally and say see this is just an indicator of what's going to happen in twenty twenty Donald Trump is not going to win reelection of the the Republicans will not take back the house of representatives see the power of trump has subsided because the president obviously endorse Matt Bevin and had the big rally for Matt Bevin a last night at Rupp arena in Lexington on the eve of the election but you know what the president also and brought onstage Daniel Cameron also touted Michael Adams Ryan quarrels all the Republicans who won underneath but of course heather French Henry former beauty queen has literally no experience outside that she was a married to the lieutenant governor she'll always be the second lady to me and I don't mean that as a as a positive thing but we have other fish to fry tonight besides local Kentucky politics there were lots of levees you voted for in Ohio we'll be fires school in we'll we'll see how that all works out for you things working out well for N. K. U. the Norse without their head coach who's now coaching at the university of Cincinnati John Brennan who has his season debut to Morrow night against Ohio state in case you won their game by fifty points apparently you don't Mister miss a beat at least so far and Xavier big winners tonight as well so college basketball season is upon us and we'll see what happens there with the university of Cincinnati Bearcats tomorrow night five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred eight four three two four four one pound seven hundred and eighty and he's a free call and to show you that I'm not a sore loser when it comes to political things I'm actually let coach Lou talk and tell me why you voted for any Bashir even though I'm very very upset with him right now Jay Armstrong is joining us fresh off of wedding vows two lovely lady amber which occurred this past Saturday and we'll talk to Jay about that starting life is again is a married man and the vaping issue Jay is wearing a sweatshirt that says hi my name is Jay I smoked for twenty four years I quit by using mixed berry flavored vape which the new governor elect apparently any Bashir has vowed on his first day decided executive order banning flavored vaping oils liquids not not not oils not oils that's right this where we get the distinction oils are killing people the liquids are not Randy Bashir who will guide us into the next phase of Kentucky being a nanny state even though it's read everywhere else but in the governor's mansion now we'll see how that works out your phone calls more than welcome on the acute hearing centers dot com a listener line and we.
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