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Trump supporters crowd vote counting site in Arizona
"Closer look and outside of the elections building through all of this where I've been all day today all day yesterday. Still Trump supporters who are here. You know, in many ways, Aaron E. It's a lot like a mini Trump rally here that speakers have been getting up. It's gone from early in the morning until last night overnight. Lot of unfounded theories are growing here. No evidence of fact behind them. Whatyou mean Lewis. He's among the people out here claiming that they believe there is fraud going on inside this building, Trump loses, okay. He is, If it's a rigged system, otherwise you win in a landslide. The sign your holdings has stopped hiding the ballots. Do you think they're hiding ballots inside this building? Ideo? I think that Number one. We've been caught on video. We've seen cars that have California license plates. Those people were trying to see and they were caring bags with them. And maybe this is normal thing. Moving vans coming in and out of here and docking. What do you think they're doing in the moving vans in the bags? I think they're bringing in more ballots or fake ballots and again. There is no evidence of any of this. But these are the stories after they've been hearing what the president's been saying that much of this group is talking about now They're watching every car going in suspicious of it suspicious of what's going on inside. And as we told you yesterday, Aaron, we were inside for Ah, bit of it yesterday. It is very detailed what they're doing. Democrats and Republicans working together to get the job done. And Alex, There was news in the Arizona Senate race today. Yeah, there was, And this is a big deal here in Arizona ABC News projecting Mark Kelly, former astronaut, defeating center Martha MC Sally and this is Ah big pickup for Democrats coming from Arizona. MC Sally the second time that she has lost a Senate race in this state. He has now lost both. She lost back in 2018 against Kirsten Cinema. She was appointed when John McCain died to the seat that now she has lost, but more. Kelly is widely liked here in Arizona, but shows you the change going on in this state. That a state that in the 2018 election, Arizona had two Republican senators. Now it has two Democrats representing this ST Joe Biden is ahead in the presidential count at this point. This is definitely a changing vote in Arizona. ABC is Alex Stone and Aaron Carter. Ski Stay with Cuomo News for the latest on the presidential vote count in Washington. Votes
Ocasio-Cortez projected to win second term in House
"Where Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez gets a second term in New York Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper knocks out incumbent Senator Cory Gardner. Democrat Mark Kelly flips the Arizona Senate seat filled by Martha McSally MC Sally was appointed to fill the term left by Senator John McCain. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hangs on to his seat, but is said to be less optimistic about keeping his top post in the chamber and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham defeats Jaime Harrison and a very expensive and tough race
Control of House and Senate at stake in 2020 election
"Is on fire tonight They are raising money like crazy to take back the Senate and beat President Trump Help me help everybody. I just named Lindsey once assumed to be a reelection shooting Senator Lindsey Graham fears for his South Carolina Senate seat. Graham's worries reflect a broader Republican trend for the GOP currently controls the U. S Senate with a 53 to 45 majority. Polling suggests that Democrats might well sees the Senate on Tuesday. The outcome is likely to depend on 13 key races in 12 States, Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, two races in Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas. Elena, the as the Palace just discussed Joe Biden and looks like the favorite for the presidency. Basically, the collective massive pundits believe Democrats will secure the House your thoughts on the prospects for Democrats in this final week, pushing through to try and take the Senate as well. If Biden's popular vote of eight and maybe 10 points holds up, That's the kind of mandate that you see that will sweep in the Senate. Pat will wrote, remembers 1980 when Reagan won a landslide and brought in 12 Senate seats. There aren't 12 to be had this time around, but I think they're potentially five and if if The numbers are as promising as they look, It could be more than that, but I'll settle for five. That'll give the five net that will give the Democrats a 50 to lead. But look at Arizona, Martha McSally. Is likely to lose Tio former astronaut Mark Kelly in a state that normally goes Republicans. Now it's a toss up state where Biden has a chance, and Trump goes in there, campaigning and humiliates MC Sally. Says, Okay, you can come up on the stage for one minute and that's all because he's furious at her because in a debate, she was asked if she Has confidence in the president trusts the president on virus or so and she, she wouldn't say, because he's trying to protect your seat. And so what does he do? It just throws her under the bus, and then you look at a Colorado Cory Gardner is going nobody even Basically talks about him potentially win the anymore Ah, heartbreaker. Is it Susan Collins in Maine? Who was a she is the most bipartisan senator. She has really had good relations and in political circles for a long time she's running for her fifth term. She won with 69% of the vote six years ago. But the country is different. Mane is different. She is a very difficult relationship with With Trump. She doesn't really support him, and Republicans don't like her for that. Democrats will forgive her for supporting heaven after the Supreme Court. So anyway, that's if you can run down all they're all they're all only seats are Heartbreakers, actually, for the people who were running into the people are contesting. Okay, Pat. Your thought I do think that I mean, Eleanor is correct. I think if you get a much closer race, and Trump does well in these battleground states And if Trump her had perhaps should win. I think you would cut the Democrat ganged 23 or so and they're going to lose that fellow in Alabama James. I think the Democrats have given him last rites already, So I think you do. It's him and the Republicans would be able to hold the Senate. But again, it looks to me like a abiding Democrat year. If you had to put the house on it, and I'm not gonna put the house on the right that backs. Okay. Of course. That's Alabama. Doug Jones. There demagogue. Jonesy seems to be the only one really in problematic territory, but your thoughts on this out That's right now it's looking very good for the Democrats there. Arizona's certainly you know that Martha McSally and Ah Ah, the sheik. Excuse me, Kelly. I think his example of where Donald Trump's worst enemy is his own fragile ego. Hey, here's a case where my salad could use his help, and he wants to keep that a Republican majority. But the first thing is that she insulted him by not being more enthusiastic on this on the stuff for him, and so she has to pay. And this is just a typical Trumpian reflex that has really done him in right through his presidency. And even I mean, that's right that that Ah Trump had AH, Couple of unfortunate turns, namely, couple of crises that were not of his own, making the way ready to that the Corona virus and the national racial reckoning, But you know, we elect presidents to take care of crises. Be ready for big surprises. That was a very important test that he failed. Okay, show Michael your thoughts. So I think that if vice president buying does win, Tom, I think Democrats would more than likely take the Senate. But what's more interesting is not just the federal racist. Tom. What's even more intriguing, I would argue, are the down ballot races at state legislator legislatures? I believe that Democrats were more than likely when the majorities and and several states which in turn would enable them to redistrict in many, many State, which I would argue would benefit Democrats going into 2024 beyond. And that's in part attributed to demographic changes. Demography has drastically changed electoral maps as we know it, and I think the Republican Party as a whole nationalist somewhat behind and so I think that the ramifications of this election are far greater than the presidency far greater than the U. S. Senate for Republicans, you're talking about seeing several states like a Georgia maybe even a Texas If not now, definitely by 2020 for that air drastically changing from the way they were 10 2025 years ago, two more purple states that air certainly more beneficial and leaning towards Democrats. And that's a recipe for disaster for Republican Party that is still struggling with diverse communities. No,
"mc sally" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Welcome back America to Hewitt Joined by Arizona Senator Martha Mc Sally. Good morning, Senator. How are you? Good morning. You I'm great. I am actually out on the National Mall in between the World War Two Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial. You're going to get the vote for a new justice of the Supreme Court today. That doesn't happen very often. That must be an awesome responsibility and also privilege. Oh, my gosh. I'm so honored to be in this role. I'm just, you know, I try to do this run once a week. I just spend time is ingratitude and prayer, reminding myself of what a privilege it is to serve. I get to vote for any Cockney Barry today put her on the Supreme Court. This amazing woman who was called for this position she's tailor made for this role. She's so smart. She's so respected. She's exactly what we need right now. And he's a pioneering woman. You know her mother of seven first Woman with school age Children on the court, and I am going to be at her swearing and later on tonight and what a historic day I just so honored and humbled to be in my opponent, of course, Mark Kelly that he would vote No. On her without hearing. One word coming out of her mouth just shows you the Chuck Schumer 51st vote for their radical left agenda. No, it's the starkest contrast in the American electorate in Arizona has to go red. But Senator you're one of my favorite places in the World War two Memorial. And I am curious. What was the equivalent aircraft to you're a 10 in World War two what provided close support for the ground trips in World War two. Oh, well, I mean, we're the You know the thunderbolt, too. So, the first thing about 37. I mean, there is a great great plains out there, you know, both during the bombing and fighting their clothes, their support, so we don't want to have to pick one. And they're all amazing. And what words do you that's for? Sure, Remember, And in the movie done, Kirk. They had those pilots come over the beaches to provide close air support. That is the best depiction of close air support I've ever seen. That's what you did in Iraq. Correct. Yes. In Afghanistan. Look, we are our plane was built single seat titanium bat. A big 30 millimeter gun for flight is solo. And our job is to show up when troops are on the ground and often really moving tight fights where the risk of friendly fire is high, and we deliver firepower to take up, got the bad guys and save the Americans live. We would take off in Afghanistan with literally map of everywhere in the country, because you would just get a call saying somebody's under fire. Go help of we get a grid, coordinate a radio frequency and call sign and you just show up in orderto have them get home to their families and lived to fight another day, isn't it? It's awesome mission. That's why I want voters to shop in Arizona. Early voting is underway. I have to ask you about the debate on Thursday night, The Washington Post this morning as a headline Biden's debate night. Stumble on oil highlights The delicate type rope he must walk on climate change later it deep in the story. It says The effect of that Gaff has been a muddying of the Democratic Party stands forcing by another candidate into a defensive posture. With just over a weekend to Election Day. Muddying is a funny word. It's been disastrous for Democrats. What is Mark Kelly said about Joe Biden's transitioning from the oil industry. Well, this is what Mark Kelly has about it himself in TV interviews, he has said, We should get off fossil fuels. I called him on this and our debate and he was like, I don't know where he's getting that We've got a video. Everybody get on our Facebook Get in art better. We actually put a video together the morning after finding debate, tying Mark Kelly's comments, and Joe Biden comment. Where they're, you know, now trying to pretend they didn't say it, but this is a radical climate agenda. If you just look at what's happening in California, their prices are up. They've got blackouts and brownouts. These are the people who wanted to follow the science. Quote unquote. Well, the science has us on, you know, fossil fuels until we discovered on the you know, so give me a break these air about American job American economy, Their agenda would be crushing. To America and Mark Kelly has said nearly the same words of Joe Biden, and that's why we've got to defeat him. One of many reasons in eight days now I want a fact about early voting because the turnout is so high. I don't think any polling Is actually credible because they have models built on 2016 and 2018. Neither of those models match up with what we're seeing or expect to see. What do you feel is happening in Arizona and is the early vote are the Republicans showing up in the independent minded showing up for the early boat? So we feel like the momentum is in our favor. We're out there fighting for every last vote. We've also people changing their voting habits have it, So it's hard to model that we do have the hardcore Democrats who have returned their ballots right away. But the enthusiasm is at our side. And we're seeing little propensity Democrats that are not turning of Allison and mid potentially so We're just out there. I mean, I was doing virtual door knocking from DC you over the weekend where my team would knock on someone's door and I'd sit there and talk to them over, you know, Ah, Video leg. They asked for their vote. I do this in person. When I'm back in Arizona, we got Buzz Aldrin's endorsement you nights ago. Just incredible, like the momentum is definitely in our favor. It's in President Trump's favour, but he's gotta win Arizona to get back to the White House. We've got room in Arizona. Behold the Senate majority. If people want to help, they can volunteer a team McNally dot com He could make phone calls from anywhere in the country, and certainly if you want to give and go to make Sally for.
"mc sally" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Gore that the outcome of the election would be dependent on the U S Supreme Court, do you think a justice appointed by President Trump should recuse himself or herself? Not going to get into that That's going to be up to the Senate and the president and that justice. I think it's really critical, though, that we have that that ninth Justice I think it's something that's going to be critical. I expect they will follow the law that they will look at the facts on be able Tio adjudicate that way. What do you expect? Ng Election night? What do you thinking about a month out? Obviously, looking at my ground game right now, we're trying to get every vote around. I. I was on the ground in Ohio and Kentucky in Michigan recently. The energy is very, very strong, but we're going to. We're going to keep working until election day. We want to make sure that we're making the case President Trump deserves four more years. He's leading us in the greatest American comeback coming out of this pandemic. He's the right person to rebuild our economy because he's done it before Joe Biden spent in Washington for 47 years never started a business never held a job outside of Washington and says he's going to raise taxes on 82% of American families. Those is the messages We want to get out and this army of 2.2 million volunteers that we've trained the 2000 staff we have on the ground is going to be our mechanism to talk to voters, one on one to make sure we're getting them out Voting Republican on Election Day, the debates that begin on Tuesday, How is the president preparing what the president is always talking of the press. He's out doing events every night. And, of course, he's going to do his own preparation. But again, this isn't a president has been avoiding reporters day after day and Doing public events. This is the president who's been more accessible than any other president on that on the lawn of the White House, always taking questions with his news briefings, So I think he'll be ready for this debate. Does the Supreme Court vacancy mobilize Republican voters? Does it help for those who might be on the fence? I may like the president's policies. I don't like his personality in 2016. They're definitely where voters in Michigan when I was chair that were motivated. By the Supreme Court vacancy. They wanted Republicans and they wanted a Republican president just based on that, And I think that there will be those voters of this cycle as well. I will say the energy we've seen has been unprecedented. I actually feel like there's more energy on the ground, and we had in 2016 as I'm traveling the country and with the volunteer sign ups and all the things that I'm seeing on the ground, so I don't know if it takes much more to motivate them. But certainly this may help with some of those Voters who care so much about the Supreme Court and the generational implications that that vacancy will have chairwoman McDaniel. Let's turn our attention to the U. S Senate, because, as you know, Republicans are defending more seats this cycle that Democrats what states concern you the most. What races are you most worried about? Yeah, we have pretty much the opposite of what we had in 2018 cell. We've got a lot of Republican seats that that we want to make Sure we hold Cory Gardner. We know is the battleground. See, Martha MC Sally Susan Collins. I think those air three that everybody acknowledges Thom Tillis, obviously Joanie Earth, so there's a lot and then we've got pickup opportunities and Alabama with Taber Ville. John James is a breakout candidate in Michigan, doing incredibly well against Gary Peters. So we're not just trying to hold our seats were actually looking to pick up seats as well. But what worries you the most of those races? What are you most concerned? I can't say. I don't want to make our candidates think I'm worried about their race. I feel good about what we're doing in all of these states. I feel good about the ground game, but certainly some of these they're gonna be neck and neck until election day, and we've been looking at the numbers coming from the president's reelection campaign. Do you have financially what the party needs? Does the president have what he needs in terms of money for advertising and the final push? We absolutely have the resources we need to get through this campaign. The difference with the RNC is as we've raised Record money, and we have raised more than the DNC since the beginning of 2019. We've been investing in a ground game. And that's why you're seeing stories like Republicans are out, registering Democrats in states like Florida and Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Because having that ground game early and understanding you can't pop up a ground game a week before an election, you can't train two million volunteers on the fly. Having people be able to knock and be trained in there to talk to their neighbors in their own neighborhood is so impactful and we've been Ding that for years, I feel very good about where we are on the infrastructure side of things. And obviously the campaign will have the resources that needs to get the commercials up and re elect the president and curious. You mentioned commercials as somebody who studies and understands politics from your standpoint in a presidential election. Is there a point of diminishing returns when it comes to advertising versus the ground game or other efforts to mobilize voters? I think it's kind of the whole picture. The whole ecosystem is really impactful. Turning out of voter. There absolutely are diminishing returns as TV gets saturated and people tune out. Unless that commercial is so unique that it breaks out, you have to pay more to get enough use for it to stick in a voter's head. But then you've got to use digital mail door knocking is very impactful, especially when its neighbor to neighbor it's just common sense. If you're knocking your friend's door, and you say, Hey, we live down the street. Our kids go to school together. Can I talk to you about this election? We find that that's the most important tool and then life Phones to make sure those absentee ballots and those votes come in or those early votes, so I think it's the whole ecosystem needs to be running at full strength, and we certainly have that heading into 2020. And we're seeing a lot of ads from the Lincoln Project, including your predecessor, Michael's Field, a former chair of the RNC and some of those ads taking aim it, Senator Lindsey Graham. What's your reaction? It's disappointing. I don't understand how you could hold Republican ideals like cutting taxes. Cutting regulation rule of law. Justice is energy, independence, better trade deals, strengthening our military and taking care of our veterans. All these things that President Trump has done and then say, I'm abandoning the Republican Party and no longer want those things as Democrats are espousing, Ah, path towards socialism, more government control more taxes, more regulation, taking away private health care..
Trump rule could lead to big Medicaid cuts, governors warn
"Tell folks what has happened in terms of Medicaid in particular. I guess let's start way the way you did. What are the proposed cuts to Medicare that the trump administration the station has been talking about the proposed cuts to Medicare You know I think it started with their rollout of increased privatization of Medicare with increasing Medicare advantage. uh-huh Plans Kober last year in the lakes and Florida Trump you know reported in Vanity Fair that he said it would be fun. Second Term Project to cut Medicare and then in a couple of weeks ago now in Davos Switzerland he was talking. NCNB CNBC and he said Yesterday the fact that would be on the table cutting cutting Medicare in those social security and he said that would be the easiest thing to do very strange choice of words. So that's kind of the Medicare and that's what I started with. That's why I was in Des Moines that day with the committee to protect Medicare talking about these possible Medicare cuts with you know doctors from Iowa that join me for a press conference One Press When one member of the press showed up at that press conference now you know a little bit more of the presses is listening to the line that we're calling out at my committee about these proposed cuts it's And then you know because of the news of the day. Last Thursday was Davis encounter occurred in that was the day that Seema Verma the cms administrator for trump mm rolled out these Block grant Waiver proposal. That you know everyone I can see. That is talking about this. In an honest this way tells us this will cut folks from Medicaid. Okay and so tell us. CMS The centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services when they roll out this proposal are they actually just basically introducing. They're they're basically announcing that you can you as a state Can apply for a waiver. Is that right right. Apply for a waiver. Currently Medicaid is funded by the federal government on a kind of a per person per need basis. So you know. For instance when there's a recession and more people lose jobs and more people qualify for Medicaid. The federal share of spending on healthcare for those folks will go up because of course they need that you know people with diabetes if they have a job or they lose their jobs to no fault of their own still. Have they still need three hundred dollars a month insulin slim so with block grant States could say listen Why don't you just give us a lump sum of money? And then let us in the where he used was innovate let us innovate. Ah figure out how to cover anyone cover everyone but you know if the needs go up in our state. We still get that that pot of money that you're giving us it doesn't change and yet our needs go up so more people lose out the other thing they can do is choose to cut certain services they can you know cut certain drugs that are that are. Currently they covered up a prescription drug benefit under Medicaid. So I mean I mean it is just cut. There's no way around it. And there's no way that pence didn't understand that Seema. Burma used to be his Medicaid Administrator in the state of Indiana when he was governor there so this has been a conservative dream for for ages decades thirty years. They've been trying Graham. They've been trying to block grant and and so. There's there's like you say there's multiple problems that come with the block. Granting one is that it does not act as that economic stabiliser in other words doesn't doesn't Basically expand as the the need gets greater in crises. It also does not a increase along with the cost of medicine and And like you say the states can get sort of clever because the federal government has basically said I mean this is the difference between just sort of you know me me giving ten bucks to my kid and saying you know do whatever you want with it as opposed to making sure that she spends it on you know not on on junk food or whatever it is and and she can then go out and basically spend five bucks on the. I want to keep this metaphor too much but the idea is that they can use this money in other ways that I really don't have anything to do with providing health insurance for people right and my governor is Governor Gretchen. Whitmer who gave you know. I thought an amazing response to the state of the Union last night and I was there and we talked beforehand. And she's she helped. Uh sure in expanded Medicaid under the affordable care act when she was the minority leader of the State Senate here in Michigan and got a Republican governor to expand Medicaid. And we've had you know. Nearly three three quarters of million folks in Michigan Benefit from that Their study I think Carter. Kaiser family reported recently specifically Michigan showing the economic economic benefits of expanded Medicaid. The fear was that the federal government was going to give them a hundred percent in the first year and then scaled back to I think ninety percent of eventually by next year and the reality is even though the federal share has scaled back because people are healthier because they can afford treating their chronic illnesses. They can work more they. The actual tax base has increased. I think thirty thousand jobs in Michigan created directly resulted expanded Medicaid. So I you know this is. It just doesn't make sense to me that they try and and I think that's why he dodged the question and tried to revert back to things he did. And and then eventually just said agree to disagree because He knows what it is they. They held him what it is and they know if they say what it is. People won't like it you know. It's an election year. They're trying to get reelected so they just say whatever they want they lie will and state of the Union almost solely healthcare allies again about every other aspect of healthcare. And you know I think they just say what they want they get away with it. He just wasn't expecting to meet up with a guy in tyner who you know. I mean again. I don't know this issue like a policy. Wonk I mean I just I have a biology degree in a medical degree and I work clinically as a doc but I read you know and I and I try to learn as much as I can and so you know with my limited understanding of these policies he just. He wasn't ready for that one briefed them known gave them talking points. And I think that's. That's that's what we saw unfold. Yeah he did look like a deer in the headlights and we did try to dance around it quite a bit. You were pretty easy. Road brought in on them pretty quickly I think as he tried to sort of pretend like he didn't understand what you said the first thing. It just didn't that first exchange where you said. You're going to get cuts and Medicaid. 'cause I don't think we're GONNA do cuts in Medicare and so we'll give us. I mean So you know firsthand. The implications of this expanded Medicaid and and and I WANNA get into that as just your experiences as as an emergency doctor but I also get the sense. You're on this You're you're you're you're executive director of this committee you're in Iowa so you're aware at at least some of the you know the broader politics involved in this. Where would you anticipate what states or at least you know if not specific ones than the profile of the states eight? That are going to be applying for this waiver. I mean presumably the thirteen states. Now that did not expand Medicaid under the affordable. Care Act. I would imagine would be a prime targets or prime applicants to get this waiver. Because they're going to continue you. Say we're going to expand medicaid. They certainly are interested in dismantling it as much as they can right. I think that and I think you know anywhere that there is a Republican And I guess I have to. I don't know the nuances of the directive if it's if it's an executive decision at the state level or if it requires you know something passing through their houses so we have enough house majority Republican state legislatures plus governorships. In this country that I I mean I think that would be the profile. You know certainly because those will be the places where you know folks are more likely to be in charge that share vice president pence views on you know on Medicaid in general in a and and whether or not we should be helping out poor people when it comes to healthcare That that is that's the fear now. And why should we in Michigan you you know. Why should we in Michigan? Have a different set of. I mean the whole healthcare system. So Patchwork in Hodgepodge if you WANNA call it a system a series of systems. But it's so patrick work anyways I mean I guess why should this be any different. Let's let certain states do one thing and others do the other. And if you just happen to be born in Michigan versus Alabama. Well you know good on you right Well there's so much in our society today that's determined that way it's all just a coin toss and met. I guess maybe a bunch of coins get tossed in the air. What now? There's a vote tomorrow in the house. I Don I imagine you're familiar with it. And what the what the vote is is it's under the The CRA which has been used in the past to see the Congressional Review Act. It's been used in the past undo executive the actions that have been done within a certain timeframe and the Republicans did this with a bunch of executive actions by Obama and then once they do that once they pass that to reinstitute any type of rule like that Congress has to has to authorize it with a two thirds vote right so this is like this is a this is a real this is a sledgehammer as it were and they're going to. They're going to vote on this in the house and they will probably pass yes it which would not allow the president to block grant but then it goes to the Senate and the Republicans are sure to shoot it down. How do you think this plays as has a An issue in the fall when you have a half dozen or so Republican senators running in sort of purple states on their refuse their essential like voting to allow for cuts and Medicaid right. Yeah and I and I kind of anxious to see what folks looks like Like Collins I mean she seems the only one in the purple state that I think might make along with this I think you know tell us and and MC sally the and who is a gardener I think is already toast You know maybe Joni Ernst I don't know Yeah I mean I think at least I mean the thing is having having gone record. I mean that's That's I think that's all that's what we're trying to do as a committee. I mean what we're what we're rolling out over. The next. Several months is is an accountability campaign.
Senator Martha Mcsally, Assault And Officer discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"O'Keefe during a hearing on sexual assault in the military earlier this week on Capitol Hill Senator Martha mcsally of Arizona revealed before the Senate Armed Services committee that she had been raped by a superior officer while serving in the air force. The military branch has since apologized to the twenty six year veteran and the first female fighter pilot to fly combat missions MC Sally sat down with CBS. This morning's Norah O'Donnell like you. I am also a military sexual assault survivor Senator Martha mcsally soared as America's first female fighter pilot to fly in combat but faced dramatic lows after she says a superior officer raped her. Honestly, I didn't even think about reporting it that's kind of the environment. We were in at the time. Really? Yeah. Why there's a lot of denial. There's a lot of confusion you kinda, you know.
Senator McSally, an Air Force veteran, says she was raped by a superior officer
"During a hearing on sexual assault in the military earlier this week on Capitol Hill Senator Martha mcsally of Arizona revealed before the Senate Armed Services committee that she had been raped by a superior officer while serving in the air force. The military branch has since apologized to the twenty six year veteran and the first female fighter pilot to fly combat missions MC Sally sat down with CBS. This morning's Norah O'Donnell like you. I am also a military sexual assault survivor Senator Martha mcsally soared as America's first female fighter pilot to fly in combat but face dramatic lows after she says a superior officer raped her. Honestly, I didn't even think about reporting it that's kind of the environment. We were in at the time. Really? Yeah. Why there's a lot of denial. There's a lot of
"mc sally" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know number one center MC Sally admits that she was revealed. She was a victim of sexual assault. While in the air force didn't wanna name the perpetrator all at a hearing where there are other victims of sexual assault remembers the military. She also said that she was. Last year. I thought it was I thought it was last year. Maybe it was two years ago. I had this story. Arizona Republic where said she was sexually assaulted by a high school track. Coach when she was a teenager, terrible stuff. Second thing. I think you need to know democrat congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, just defended Ilhan, Omar cheese from a different culture. That's they're all saying Jan Schakowsky saying, she comes from a different culture. She and understand the words that she was saying they're defending the anti-semites third thing. I think you need to know secretary. Nielsen says we're expecting a million legal aliens to cross the border and we've discovered a children children recycling ring so people can act like their families. It's being advertised in Central America. And the Democrats didn't care. They just said Trump puts kids in cages, we'll get to all that first. Tom was a former Jag officer. John autom- woke McCain We lose them. Maybe maybe the other line right there on check that one out. Well, but I'm saying maybe because it started going so maybe he switched we'll get to the Pelosi stuff in just a second. And if we can get now you lost Madam and cool to hear that the former Jag officer. Nope. Gone. So all right. We'll move on. I wanted to get a Jag officers perspective, but didn't happen. So maybe we'll get them into the future. What what he said? They did prosecute for rape back then. Yeah, they're prosecuting rape. Really? I'll check. All right. I know another lines of blowing up who knows what happened. Is that? All right. Hang on hang on. Ready, Tom we lost a now, you're back. Walk. Mccain esti. Hello, tom. Are you good? What's happening, man? Well, former navy Jag in the seventies had contact with a lot of Jag officers over the years and small group I can confirm that we have constantly and assiduously prosecuted. Bill sort of things I was wondering that when she said that because he of course, you have the TV show. And it's not new. But you so what was your reaction? Then when when you know MC Sally said, I didn't image basically said that I felt if I said something it would hurt me. Well, I'm upset because that was our sworn duty we prosecute. Every every naval base. I had every military base. Heavy Jag, and those are the attorneys prosecute. I mean, there's prosecutors there. There's people to report it. There's naval investigative service. There's a legal system within the military. I think Lindsey Graham was Jag officer. Believe you up. Yes. I mean, interesting his his area his perspective. So what's your take? Then. I mean, do you. Yeah. I take you. I find it very difficult to believe that she couldn't go. See a navy Jag were officers. Just issues an officer and make a complaint. Do you think we're women shunned back in the seventies? If they came to you and said or any of your colleagues and said, I was victim of sexual assault. I'm very unaware of that certainly not Jack core because that's where we prosecuted, but I I, you know, I just find that hard to believe I mean, I'm not saying there, isn't sexual assault. But it is not prevalent, and I can tell you during the Obama years, they'd be much more strict, the metoo type thing she says good it happened very strong. It's Marine Corps buddies that were Jags in the. Well, during Obama's years, and they said it has gotten to the point where you prosecuted those things vigorously, well that's different than when she was in the late eighties early nineties. I agree. I'm not, but I'm saying that it has become progress. Yeah. So you're saying on so right? Walkaway from what I mean? I think that's incorrect. I just it just bothers me that they would put a stain on military, especially when she said at the end, I felt like the system was raping me over and over again, as if there was no way, she could get help or get Justice. That's bogus. Yeah. Well, again, that's that's why that's people are not, you know, they they have their opinions of MC Sally. And listen. Thank you for your expertise. Tom, tom. I thank you for forgetting back on after we lost her. Thank you, sir. Bye. Bye. There are people that just they don't wanna believe for whatever reason. And they don't believe. So there's that's now let's go to. Nancy Pelosi just minutes ago. She literally defended the anti-semites congresswoman Ilhan, Omar. She defended her she was asked by the press right away. Listen to this. Here we go this happened just minutes. Ilhan Omar understands why her problem attic? And what happens if this happens again? Well, first of all thank you for the question. I don't I don't think that that the congresswoman is. Appreciate the hurt. Other people..
Senator Martha McSally recounts Air Force sexual assault
"A Senator breaks news about herself for the hearing into sexual assaults in the military. Arizona Republican Martha mcsally was the first female air force pilot, the flying combat. She's also a survivor of sexual assault. But unlike so many brave survivors, I didn't report being sexually assaulted like so many women and men I didn't trust the system at the time during an Armed Services Committee hearing on sexual assault MC Sally talked about being raped by a superior officer. She did not say when that assault occurred. Name her attacker. An airforce spokesperson says we are appalled and deeply sorry for what Senator McCain Sally experienced in her steadfast in our commitment to eliminate this reprehensible behavior in breach of trust in our
Sen. McSally says she was raped in Air Force
"Amount that air force spokeswoman says the air force's appalled and deeply sorry. After Senator Martha mcsally said that she was raped by a superior officer. Captain Carey Volpi says the criminal actions reported by Sally today before the Senate Armed Services subcommittee, quote violate every part of what it means to be there. But she says the air force stands behind MC Sally at all victims of
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"Overeating and get the job done. Yeah. That after taking on terrorists and combat the liberals in the Senate won't scare me one bit. It. Just sounds so fake doesn't it? But you think eight ten and you think fighter pilot Andy here it till you're blue in the face. Right till you're blue in the face. What's the other message? What were the things that cure? Some cinema was talking about. Healthcare. Medicare MC Sally is gonna kill you. Take it away. Preexisting conditions MC Sally wants to take away your Medicare. And again, it was horrible. Messaging MC Sally brought up in the debate. Did her. No. Well, there are no good. Let me alone. There are no good. She said the only person that voted to get rid of Medicare was cinema when she voted for ObamaCare. Obamacare was paid for by cutting into Medicare funding took seven hundred billion dollars out of Medicare yet. Somehow cinema managed the messaging to say big Sally is gonna take away your healthcare your Medicare. She's going to cut the funding. She's gonna cut the funding for your Medicare in that credible. Cinema. Actually, did it the Republicans couldn't figure out how to get that message out there. Nothing like having acceler looking right into the camera saying, I'm Martha mcsally, I want you replace ObamaCare because it's driving costs up. Obamacare responded by taking seven hundred billion dollars out of Medicare. Here's an cinema voted for that she voted to take seven hundred billion dollars away from you. I will fight for you votary this. That's all it is. Or you three weeks ago me? Yeah. Don't play me for this. Doll your fault. Good ideas to yourself. Oh my God. Now, people are going to believe that they're gonna call in and try to yell at me that's going to be great. It's crazy. Let's go to John John. Welcome. Hey, good morning. Hey, yeah. It's all your fault. Earlier my fault. It's all your phone. You're listening a couple of things and you get all the key points. I think you've done too good a job. Actually. Thank you. But, but I think a couple of you know, we know we had a weak candidate. We know that there were some problems out there. I think you're absolutely right. A terrible job with messaging didn't use any negative type messaging. You know, like you said, which is facts, right? Didn't do any of the right things. I think this was a wishy-washy run campaign. I think the Republicans in Arizona or so disorganized. They don't have the leadership. They don't have the ability to deal with the adversity in election like this. They don't have any of the things they look at the rats. I call the Democrats. You know, how we have Sima democrat has Dima. No, the democratic emergency management true organization. It's true. Yep. The the Republican incompetent management. Reema Rimma me. That's kinda the way. I look at it. We cannot we don't even have the the lawyers. We don't have all the infrastructure in case. And we know this kind of crap. Have we even know the racists, we know months ahead. But the Democrats were always prepared. They've always got the right things. They've got plenty ABC all the way through right? They throw the wall. Don't go to the next thing. Yup. Here we are sitting here, you know, willing. You know, at the golf course. Martini and cheese..
"mc sally" Discussed on AP News
"Price and coverage match limited by state law congresswoman, Martha mcsally has been picked to fill the US Senate seat of the late. John McCain as AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. Arizona's governor calls mcsally uniquely qualified a month. After losing her own Senate bid to democrat Kirstin cinema will end up with a Senate seat for now. Governor Doug Ducey says she'll replace John Kyle who was appointed to the seat after McCain died in August and is resigning this month. Many Arizona Republicans work disappointed by MC Sally's campaign. Mccain's family criticized her after she followed President Trump's lead in failing to mention McCain's name during the signing of his last defense. Bill MC Sally will serve until the twenty twenty election. Went voters will take somebody to serve the last two years of McCain's term saga megani at the White House Poland's president assigned a bowl to reinstate supreme court. Judges were forced into. Too early retirement early Monday that us top Colt. The European Court of Justice ruled the Polin needed to suspend the law. The decision came off to the European Union condemned the mole that lowered the retirement age for supreme court. Judges about two dozen justices the Nord affected we'll be back on the bench. The court of Justice viewed the full speak time, it's as erosions of judicial independence and democratic standards. It argued the law gave the legislative and executive branches of government unprecedented. Control over the courts, Poland's ruling law and Justice party came out of local elections, this fall bruised in major cities women voters rejected the Ponte's previous eurosceptic course, actor Jeff bridges is in line for a big award at the Golden Globes AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports on the high honor being bestowed on the dude. The Hollywood Foreign Press association says Jeff bridges will get the Cecil b award. When the Golden Globes are handed out next month. Bridges has produced a half dozen movies and acted in more than ninety. Including crazy, heart the fabulous Baker boys and the big lebowski where he's role as the dude has made him an enduring cult hero the lifetime achievement honor dates back to nineteen fifty two. Previous winners include Walt Disney, Judy Garland, Denzel Washington.
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"Price and coverage match limited by state law congresswoman, Martha mcsally has been picked to fill the US Senate seat of the late. John McCain as AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. Arizona's governor calls MC Sally uniquely qualified a month. After losing her own Senate bid to democrat Kirstin. Cinema MC Sally will end up with a Senate seat for now. Governor Doug Ducey says she'll replace John Kyle who was appointed to the seat after McCain died in August and is resigning this month. Many Arizona Republicans were disappointed by MC Sally's campaign. Mccain's family criticized her after she followed President Trump's lead in failing to mention McCain's name during the signing of his last defense. Bill MC Sally will serve until the twenty twenty election. Went voters will take somebody to serve the last two years of McCain Sturm saga megani at the White House. Almost two hundred nations of adopted a set of rules meant to breathe life into the. One thousand fifteen Paris climate accord, the UN panel on climate change or IPC ended talks late Saturday in Poland with an agreement. Upon universal rules on how nations can cut emissions put countries secured assurances on financial support to help them reduce emissions adapt to changes such as rising sea levels and for the damage that has already happened. Meanwhile, the world's top greenhouse gas produces China and the United States signed onto the rules negotiators delayed. Other key decisions until next year that revelation frustrated environmentalists and countries that wanted more ambitious goals in light of scientists warnings that the world must shift sharply away from fossil fuels in the coming decade the first private spacecraft to land on the moon. We'll have to wait until February before it launches a landing craft dubbed Barasheet or Genesis built by an Israeli nonprofit called space ill and Israel. Aerospace industries had been scheduled to. Take off this month. The Kraft is blasting off on a SpaceX falcon rocket and space access. The rocket won't be ready. Once it lands, the craft will send photographs and collect data about the moon's ever-changing magnetism for research by Israel's Wiseman institute and NASA Israel would become the fourth country to land a craft on the moon after the US the Soviet Union and China. Criminal Justice Bill passes. I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsman at the Senate by a wide margin passes, a bipartisan middle Justice reform Bill on this vote. The as eighty seven the nays are twelve the measure supported by groups on the left and the right and President Trump would give federal judges more discretion when sentencing some drug offenders and boost prisoner rehabilitation efforts now heads to the house where it is expected to pass and Senate onto Trump for his signature White House backs away from demanding five billion dollars to build a border wall, signalling you that might be open to a deal to avoid a partial government shutdown. President Trump was asked by a reporter today. Down.
Is Trump stepping back from his hard-line of shutting the government down?
"Time Michael Flynn opted to waiting until next year for his punishment. After a judge said he could not guarantee Flynn would not face. At least some time in prison finest pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with the Russian ambassador. The former national security adviser is given prosecutors full cooperation which edge. Emmett Sullivan warned he was not bound by the special counsel recommendation, Matt Flynn, serve little or no prison. The judge said Flynn had misled federal agents from inside his office inside the west wing of the White House. A very serious matter. The judge added Flynn's lawyer said he might still be called to testify in a case against to his former business associates charged with. Acting as agents of Turkey, they opted to wait until that case ends to hear Flynn sentence. Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington. Arizona. Governor Doug Ducey is appointing Republican Martha mcsally to be that states. New Senator filling the vacancy created by the death of John McCain in August just last month. Sally narrowly lost the race. For owners other Senate seat democrat Kirsten cinema today. Mick Sally cechini tends to work with her colleague, we had a very spirited campaign. But it's over. I congratulated her on the phone the night. I conceded an in person on the floor, and I look forward to working with her in the future. Mcsally also appears to have reconciled to some degree with McCain's widow, Cindy, McCain McCain's families, reportedly furious MC Sally, followed President Trump's lead. And did not mention McCain's named at the signing of a defense. Bill just before his death, builders, breaking grammar more homes last month, virtually all that increased building was in the apartment sector. The Commerce Department reports construction of new single family homes actually fell last month. Overall housing construction was up three point two. Percent from the previous month after a Volvo session on Wall Street, stocks edged up modestly the Dow gained eighty two points. The NASDAQ was up thirty points, the SNP closed up a fraction this is NPR. And you're listening to WNYC in New York
"mc sally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Use the promo code Medved talking about victories and living sometimes with defeat and there were a number of Republicans who had very very close elections where they were ahead on election night. And then it was turned around. That was the case with Colonel MC Sally. That's right. Martha mcsally the Republican nominee for Senate in Arizona lost. And that was a pickup for the Democrats in a very close race for Kirsten cinema. You don't see Colonel MC Sally, by the way who may go to the Senate anyway. And the way she would go to the Senate. Anyway, is there some speculation that governor Ducey who was reelected, and he he won in a landslide and his campaign. The Republican governor of Arizona. Is going to have a chance to appoint sometime in December January a new Republican Senator. This is for John McCain seat. What had happened is John Kyle the former Senator had agreed to take that seat to function as Senator he was familiar with the Senate he'd been there for years several terms he's gonna come back. But he was only going to do it until January to give a a new Republican Senator chance to install herself or himself. But there is speculation that with Martha Inc. Having been so close to victory in Arizona that she would be an obvious appointment that governor Ducey could make a meanwhile, there's good news for another female Republican leader. I just checked a Mia love out in Utah. Who's wonderful? I mean, she is an outstanding US congresswoman, and I think she's the only Haitian American by the way in the congress of the United States and she had been down on election night and then down and then it began turning around. Right now, she's fifteen hundred votes ahead. And it looks like she will be reelected. She eminently deserves to be reelected, and that would be a wonderful and important victory out in Utah. One eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six the problem. It seems to me. Is that for Democrats? Religion really has become liberalism. In other words, if you look at the core of the Democratic Party today. Yes, there are growing numbers of people who say they are secular who are unaffiliated with religious faith. They're almost all in the democratic side. And it's not a majority of Democrats, but it is a very very big chunk of the democratic electorate, and when you have embraced liberalism as your faith will, of course, you don't recognize an inconvenient thing. Like losing an election that must be a reversal that is d moniker inappropriate or somehow not real, and it becomes tougher for people like Stacey Abrams to accept the fact you ran a good race you lost. And by the way, Brian Kemp. The newly elected governor has only said he's behaved, very graciously. He is thanked a Senator Abrahams. She was a state Senator. For her service to the people of Georgia, and he's not not attacking, and that's good. Let's go to your calls to John in Stuart Florida. John, you're on the Michael Medved Show. Show hosts because she let the the other side now, I'm a moderate Republican rhino, and I want to but what I got against. You is all to you, jolly speaking, all Republicans are good and all Democrats are bad. Well, Don, Scott before he became our governor. He ran a whole bunch of. Healthcare company. Well, yeah. And they ripped off they ripped off that the taxpayers of billions of dollars to Medicaid Medicare fraud. He went before the judge. He took the fifth. Okay. I I'm aware about all of this. But wasn't that kind of litigated? When he ran for governor the first time, which was two thousand and ten. These issues were all brought up and I think that governor Scott, he's now governor Scott soon to be Senator Scott address them. And I it seems to me that rehashing when a guy has been governor successfully for eight years governor for four years he got reelected. It was close, but he got reelected and now after eight years as governor he runs for Senate. He got elected, I think the people of Florida know that there are questions about some of his business background. And you say you're a moderate Republican. What is it where what issue? Do you think? Governor Scott is just off the rails and is unacceptable. Why why are you so opposed to him virement? He laid off the Environmental Protection Agency. It was against the rules dimension anybody at work under his administration. They weren't allowed to say climate change. That was a dirty word just like our president. He he was for fracking. We have a thousand people moving to Florida every day. Okay. I know I know that I don't know about position on fracking. And I don't know Florida has a lot of potential fracking there. But I do know that governor Scott as I understand it changed his position on the offshore drilling. Right. He's he's opposed to drilling out give him two points. Okay. So so, but when we can I can I speak. Okay, finish. And then we'll move on. Go ahead. Okay. You know when he ran for. For governor. You know, how when you run for a state position you go to all the editorial boards. He never went before any editorial boards because he was so embarrassed because he's a crook. Okay. I I'm sorry. I don't think he has maintained that he may have done that in two thousand ten but a seriously the the idea that he doesn't I I've interviewed him on this show and a governor Scott, it seems to me is one of those people who has to be recognized at the moment as an unusually successful Republican politician. He won his first race tight race tough race for governor. He won reelection tight race for governor. And now he's won a tough Senate race picking off a three term democratic incumbent and gives them credit where credit is due. Let us go to a will Hackensack New Jersey, you're on the Michael Medved Show. Hey will Mike happy thanksgiving? If I don't talk to you real quick two things. I just want you to talk about the Nixon nineteen sixty election. But also, I wanna make a comment about Jake tapper and the American public if Jake tapper attacked or ask questions of all Democrats like he did with this governor or attempted governor of Georgia. American people wouldn't have a problem with the press because they know they're cutting it down the middle. And they're leaving the decision of whether this person is telling the truth where she's legitimate or not. The citizens. You're a you're exactly you're exactly right again. I wish there were more people on mainstream media like Jake tapper who occasionally is willing to be tough on everybody. And by the way for people who object to Fox News. We're going to play a little bit later. The the interview by Chris Wallace of President Trump. He was toughest could be this really rugged on President Trump. And that's another indication that on both sides. Yes, there is such a thing as journalism. It's still survives. We'll be right back and talk about the Nixon example coming up. The recent wildfires have reminded us once again, how fragile life can be the stress on families who have lost their homes,.
"mc sally" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Which gave him, of course, some perspective on the. To say, they're like this election was great. I'm just maybe awesome early. Let's other Arizona Republicans kind of look at that. And go, we're okay. As a party. This is just a candidate affects thing, we can let this one slide. And there's the second Senate seat that's going to become open soon. And that the patient is that MC Sally will be the nominee for the other Senate seat now that she has lost. So do si do not want to call into question, the integrity of the election that he had just supervised and that he won in a landslide. And also MC Sally wants him to appoint her to the other Senate seat. So it's kinda all co-pathetic there. Whereas in Florida, Rick Scott is the governor. So he's in charge of the state. But also, he's the candidate in the contested Senate election and also the incoming governor most likely incoming governor ran to Santa's is also subject to this week hound. And the other thing is just the the Florida Republicans are on this like incredible win streak where they've maintained the governor's mansion and all the other statewide offices since I think the mid nineties, but like none of them have ever won commanding victories. Like, Scott elected governor twice by about two point margins. And is now most likely going to win it Senate election by even less than that. And it's like, they are I don't know. What would you wanna call it? But I mean, it's like leaving anything to chance in the Republican party. Yeah. I mean, I think that it's possible to imagine a world where Doug Ducey is not quite as logical in. Oh, what are the downstream consequences of my echoing the rhetoric of the? See there are lots of logically inconsistent things that have been said by members of the Republican party in the last week in attempts to cast some aspersions on these election results. So I do think that while that account of things make sense. It does indicate that Ducey or other actors in. There is Republican party have already made the decision that they are not necessarily going to just do what figures in the national party want them to do on election stuff. But I think that you want I do want to kind of get back to the actual policy of how states count ballots, and how this is creating the narrative, I think it's worth pointing out that this is coming from the president again, right? Donald Trump went to bed on Tuesday night, convince that Republicans even if they lost the house we're gonna win the Senate and that he was going to declare that victory. He did a big press conference on Wednesday saying that that was the victory, basically, you know, mocking house incumbents with lost for not being cool enough. And patting himself on the back specifically for chasing Jeff flake out of the Senate. And of course, flake seat is now what's being taken by democrat cinemas opposed to Republican Vic Sally so having kind of really bought in on that. It is not surprising that faced with the prospect of not only losing the thought he had one in Arizona. But a recount in Florida that Trump is now saying that there is something illegitimate about continuing to count votes after election night, and that's kind of the heart of his critique right that like feel lection night. Call is sacrosanct which is very consistent with the president who gets all of his information from television, like it, syncs, perfectly with everything that we in the media have been saying over the last week about g it turns out that trying to do these live results and calling races soon as one can can be a little bit distorting and can give people a skewed sense of both house certainly are of the results and who's up and who's down but eight create. This like weird dynamic in which people who are engaged in the ongoing work of counting votes. And in trying to set the parameters of which votes are going to be counted..
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"Look we kinda sorta knew this going in the we we know that the polls were always close we know that one. It wasn't like the gubernatorial race where it was like three points than six points. Now, twelve points where Doug Ducey clearly was pulling ahead. We knew it was gonna be tight. So we're just going to have to wait for them to figure out whether MC Sally pulls ahead far enough, or whether cinema up starts pulling back ahead, if she can do that within what five hundred thousand votes are not mic. Sally leads by fifteen thousand seven hundred sixty three votes. Yeah. Is that a big lead? Well, I'd rather be MC Sally right now than cinema. That's pretty obvious. Is it insurmountable? No, no. It's not. But it's a pretty good lead. The next time. We're going to have any numbers on this. The next time is going to be tomorrow at five o'clock. Right. And they could call the race tomorrow. If MC Sally polls ahead far enough, and you have so many ballots left, and there's no way that Kirstin cinema could come back versa. Correct. Correct. Or that if cinema comes back, we don't know anything because they still have to count ballots so but tomorrow at five we'll give you the latest win the Maricopa County recorder's office releases that data and the fortunate thing is all the ads that you've seen. They're going to continue until this vote is counted. Yeah. Way. Well, no, no plea IT's. I'm just kidding Martha mcsally stole girl scout cookies to fund her campaign. She's not right for Arizona. No. We're not going to see them anymore. Cure Ston cinema hates Halloween and eight your kid instead of.
"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Trump Friday night doing what Trump does being Trump malicious, and I continue to say this. I mean, whether you like Trump or not there are very few. Politicians that have ever been able to do what he's doing on a consistent basis. Obama before he was elected could hold some court Trump holds it regularly. He Barnes storms. He is a one man band. A whirling dervish he is everything I it is crazy and Friday night, he came out, and he was well, he was Trumpian to say, the least, and he was here to help MC Sally. What are the things I've been saying all along is I'm trying to figure out what cinemas trying to do. I don't know if Trump helps or hurt MC Sally think most of the people there were going to vote for MC Sally anyway. So I think what you're doing is you're it's an echo chamber. It's the independence and at somebody who's very independent. I vacillate between the two of them. I don't know if I'm a huge fan MC Sally, quite frankly. A lot of you who I talked to who are conservatives don't like something off putting your powder on the other side of things are plenty of you out there who are asking the question is where is cinema for the weekend? Mick Sally is there. She is right with with Chris Wallace on FOX. Big show opportunity to be there. At cinema says now she won't come on this show. She's been on MAC and Gaydos, everything has to be it's got to be very sterile environment. And I I'm not a fan of that. I think you've got to get out there, and I've talked to a few people, and you know, what we've all come to the collusion is she's playing not to lose. That's just it. She's playing not to lose. And I don't know if that's going to get you a win MC Sally on the other hand like the tactics that she's going about. That's debatable. But she is here to win it. She's in it to win. It look America is back and Arizona is.
"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"She wants she the the entry. If you're just joining us the first question, I asked her was are you a democrat. Yeah. And that's something that a lot of people are like, well, I'm scratching my head. What issue because you never see democrat or a D in Herat. And she said it's on purpose. She wants to be seen as more of an independent. Okay. Can you see her as more of an independent? All right. Well, you have to look at your voting record. Oh, yeah. Sixty two point two percent. She votes with Trump. That's amazing. And she is a democrat. But she says she wants to be an independent. So listen to this. As of this past August. Here's the stat that Arizona needs to know about. Arizona had roughly one point three million registered Republicans one point one million registered, Democrats and one point two million registered independence. So a third third and a third it's not all GOP Republican red state anymore. We are slowly becoming purple. So I think if you're a democrat. It's it's it's it's what is it? One hundred percent, you're probably voting for cinema high nineties put it that. I would say so. Yeah, that's fair. Right. Okay. Same with Mick Sally. If you're a Republican, I don't ri-. Well, thanks. So here's here's the thing. If you are Republican will you vote for Mick Sally, most likely. Yes. But but you have to believe that cinema is going to peel off a small portion of Republicans, right? There are some moderate Republicans a political science professor is saying that when it comes down to it. They lean conservative. But they're not so far, right. That there oughta medically a yes. Four MC Sally. So they could vote for cinema as well. What if you're a Republican out there, and you really just don't like Trump? You might vote for MC Sally, excuse me. You might vote for cinema. You don't like Trump you might vote for cinema. Maybe. The thing is she doesn't have that. She doesn't have any Democrats. She's not going to get any. She's not going for independent votes. Either though. Well, she's going to get independent votes. No question about it, Martha mcsally and Kirsten cinema are gonna get independent votes. But really, that's what we're talking about the one point two million, registered independence. If you ask who's more of an independent MC Sally or cinema. It's pretty easy to figure that out. It's Kirstin cinema. I I don't know how it's going to go. Well, they say it's still a tight race the polls. If you're an independent say it's about fifty to thirty. Yeah. It's like fifty forty in favor of cinema. Right. So if that's the case. And you want to look at the numbers. You can make an argument that cinema wins the election. But I don't think it's that simple because the Cavanaugh situation came up that probably is rallied Republicans. And now we have the migrant the the caravans now coming and being dropped off at churches rations of big. Maybe you're a Republican you have voted in a while. And you're like this this immigration thing is really is taking me. All right. Well, I'm going to go vote vote Republican. You know, what I think is you're not voting with your wallet? Though, the economy is too good. That people are saying I need a change with the economy. We saw that with past election. We had ten years of that economic recession. Yeah. I mean, do you really vote with your wallet during the midterm? I would argue that in the past ten years we did. Because that that that stimulus Bill and things were not going as well, it could become a very important, but. Not not anymore. The economy's doing too. Well, people have jobs. Unemployment's really, low the economy isn't a main issue. It's about cavenaugh the supreme court. It's about immigration more than the economy. Yeah. Yeah. I think when you vote for president you're thinking. All right. Well, who do I trust in the economy? Right. That's probably the number one issue. Always when you're upset the apple cart for a president. Exactly. Exactly. So. I think it's fair to say this is gonna come down to the wire no-one's running away with this race. And we talked about this earlier. I think the mkx Sally argument about treason is silly. And you're talking to me, I'm not a Republican or democrat. I'm much more independent. I think it's silly argument. I think Nick Sally if she wants to win should move off that argument because independence are.
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"Listening to talk five fifty KFYI KFYI download with Craig Martin Arizona's to US Senate candidates are speaking out about accusations of sexual misconduct against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh California professor is accusing cabinet of sexually assaulting her in the nineteen eighties. When the tour in highschool Republican, Martha mcsally called it. A very serious allegation democrat Kirsten cinema said the Senate should conduct a thorough investigation before voting on Kavanagh's confirmation. The Senate Judiciary committee will hold a public hearing next week in which both cavenaugh, and is accuser will be heard MC Sally called it. A sensible way forward the Trump administration. Cutting the number of refugees, it's admitting to the US next year secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced that in twenty nineteen the US will only take in thirty thousand refugees down from forty thousand to ensure all asylum seekers are properly vetted in consideration of both US national security interest, and the urgent need to restore integrity are overwhelmed asylum system, the United States will focus on addressing humanitarian protection cases of those already in the country. Pompeo also announced that next year the US will process two hundred eighty thousand asylum-seekers a former Phoenix pastor has been sentenced to thirteen years in prison and lifetime probation, Jose Vicente. Morales pled guilty last month to molestation of a child sex abuse at attempted molestation of a child. Prosecutors say he sexually assaulted two girls who attended his church court documents show the sexual assaults occurred throughout the nineteen ninety s and again from two thousand seven to twenty eleven a bald eagle is soaring. Again, thanks to a couple in Arizona. The bird was first spotted in February swimming around a pond on the property that belongs to Paul and John Osborne in Pitman valley. The couple called the Zona game and fish department, which took the eagle to liberty wildlife refuge in Phoenix officials say the bird was in bad shape. Due to lead poisoning the bird was released back into the wild late last week. Jayson Campadonia five. Fifty KFYI. News KFYI covers the valley with eastside. Westside traffic. Here's Lee Powell and Steve Trela. Yeah. A little bit better. Since the last time we met. Here. Craig still some slowing on the Santan freeway.
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"Monday, September seventeen a decade of MAC and Gaydos. Are you excited so excited? I can't stand it. Do. I get to win some prizes. Well, I'm going to be listening. I know there's good stuff. We are giving prizes away. And we're going to do it every day at this point for two weeks at five fifteen at five fifteen we're going to give away Paul McCartney tickets right that we're going to give away a thousand dollars cash we're gonna give away see San Diego weekend trip. And we're going to do this for two weeks vacation involved here locally in the valley or those fine posh resort. So we just want to say thank you to everybody who's listened to us. So starting on Monday five fifteen we're going to start giving crap away. That's the way to do it. No. You're not giving crap away. You're getting good stuff. Well, that's true. You've always given crap away the past. But now you're giving away goods they can ten years to get some good stuff. Text ten to four one one nine two three. All right L V last hour of the week. I think we gotta talk a little politics, and it's the United States Senate run. For MC Sally and cinema. This is a very intriguing race over the last week or so I've seen three polls MC Sally plus three for the first time K cinema plus four cinema plus five who's going to take Jeff flake seat. Who's Arizona gonna vote for. I think the interesting thing is that cinema has said, hey, you know, what let's debate. What's the bay two or three times? Wouldn't you think? Martha mcsally would want a debate. What is her answer? We'll see we'll see about that. Pretty bold answer. I gotta tell you kind of like that answer because options, right? See all along. It has been at least to me Kirstin cinemas race to lose. Yes. She's a democrat. Yes. Arizona hasn't had a democratic Senator for quite a long time. But she's always been the favourite. And now just because of one poll it's turned to mix. Sally. I know the two other ones go to cinema. I kind of think I kind of think cinemas taking a hit here over the last couple weeks. She has not had an opponent to run against really until now. In the democratic primary. She breezed through. And mix Sally is crushing her with some of these ads. Now, I don't know if any of you have seen or heard some of these ads, they're brutal. I don't know if they're true. I don't know if they're false. Usually most of these ads are garbage, but still it could put a sliver of doubt in your mind. Maybe about Carson cinema. And usually the person out there who says, hey, let's debate. Usually that is the person who's trailing right? And she's ahead. Cinemas ahead of the three poles. You don't just throw out there. Hey, let's debate to be a nice person. I agree with you. But I almost think that cinema feels that. Okay. She's she's still the favourite who knows at least for now. Maybe a little bit of a favorite and she likes to talk issues. I'm not. So sure MC Sally likes to talk issues. I don't know that yet. I really don't I know care cinema likes doc issues. What we've seen for Martha mcsally is someone who is getting down in the mud and getting a little nasty now, that's politics. That's what people do here cinema is almost like she is above that. Or at least wants to show you she's above that because Kirsten cinema her commercials and all that. There about her which is now almost unheard of. No one ever does a political spot about themselves. It's always about. Here's why am I opponent is so crappy. Terrible things. My opponents done since the age of four right mix. Sally has hit cinema on that pink to to. I mean, really cinema looks ridiculous there. But that's what MC Sally wants you to see Sally wants you to say to see. I'm a veteran. I'm a war hero. She's wearing a pink to to you decide. Right. It's it's pretty powerful. And maybe that's what has changed here. I see mixed Sally as being kind of scrappy, and I see cinema as being too nice. Can you win an election by being nice? I don't know any politicians who are really nice though. I mean, they can be nice. But at the same point, they all have this ability to say terrible things about the other side have not seen cinema. Do that at all. So does she need to get down in the mud? Does. She need to get dirty. Does she she needs to get tough? It doesn't. I don't like the politicians who lie and throw a bunch of garbage out there. But you need to stand up and make more of a voice fear self the only person, I know that ran a campaign that was it. I won't say it was nice. But it was fair was Paul Penzone Maricopa County sheriff, and he beat Joe Arpaio who ran a nasty campaign. No one believed anything that was coming out of his face anymore. Yeah. So but did Penzone win because he ran a cleaner campaign or did he win because people were so disgusted with the last few years of the sheriff Penzone said I'm going to I'm going to win or lose with a clean campaign. And I'm just going to tell people who I am. And I'm gonna going to let people decide whether they like me or or sheriff Joe uphill. Former sheriff Joe and he ended up winning any one big. So you could you make a good point? Was it depends on ran a clean campaign. Or was it the Joe or Pyo is so bad and that people had turned their backs on him because he was costing so much money to America. We can it could have been one or the other or both. I don't know. But right now as creek Harrison cinema bean too nice. And I think that's why she wants to get in the ring and. Have two debates. These two women I and I've said this before I like them both one of them is going to be a Senator. And I think one of them is going to end up doing a very good job. I think it's up to you who you like. And what policies you like it who you're comfortable with? But for the first time, I mean, I feel like okay, we got to pretty good choices here. And I'm just wondering if the cinema lead is Sar is starting to disappear and what she's going to do to kind of get it back a little bit. Because you got MC Sally who's she's a scrappy tough lady she's playing to win and Curson cinemas being nice. I don't know if nice is going to get it done, so far maybe cinema has an October surprise. Maybe she has some bombshell that she's gonna drop three weeks before the election or two weeks before the election. Yeah. I guess elections aren't one two months out. But I do think that that MC Sally is had to fight to get her name recognized by more people because people knew who at least Joe Joe pile was. And now that she's done that she's really she came out swinging pink Tutu may have swayed the election a bit. So we'll find out when they're going to debate. And if they're going to debate. I guess it's I guess the balls in court. All right. Coming up next. We're going to go out to South Carolina, hurricane Florence. How bad is it? There. Are the surges as big as we thought they were going to be that's coming up next. Ninety two three FM. Hey, join me tonight as we talk about the craziness in the world of being. Hurricane Florence is not a hurricane. We'll talk about that straight ahead tonight. Chad Benson show tonight at six white after MAC and Gaydos on Arizona's news station. KTAR news ninety two three FM and the KTAR news app. So let's have a chat about your weight. Not a fun chat. No question about it. Is your wage spiraling out of control isn't hurting your health?.
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"Here's our top story. Weather experts nationwide are watching what has been called the storm of a lifetime with hurricane Florence continuing its March on the Carolinas KTAR Jim cross is live in the news center. Above this, hurricane really a worst case scenario and the Carolinas. Rod Carl Mark with ABC in Sacramento says it's larger than the size of Arizona five hundred miles across damage potential out of hurricane almost unthinkable. Entities. That will be tested for the very first time or some people rebuilding is just not going to be an option because they may not be able to get insurance some places just will not be able to withstand something like this. Now, there are dozens of Red Cross volunteers from Arizona. New Mexico, El Paso on the way, back east of Phoenix fire tame complete with boats in the southeast for several weeks next two or three weeks live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. Arizona's votes ado, OH predictive insights bowl has some good news for congresswoman Martha mcsally KTAR. Brazil does not Tino is live in the news center. With more bought the poll shows MC Sally has rallied to take eight three point lead over democratic congresswoman cure cinema valley, political experts stand Barnes says cinema campaign has to answer to an ad showing cinema in a pink Tutu during an antiwar protests fifteen years ago unanswered means it may be true. And that's disturbs voters Barnes, expect cinemas campaign will respond because negative ads are effective. Meanwhile, another poll by data overdose. Shows cinema has a four point lead. Over mc. Sally live in the news center, Griselda zetino, KTAR news. First degree murder charges have been recommended against the ex boyfriend of nineteen year old Kira? Bergman her body was found in Buckeye earlier this month after she met wet missing from her Glendale apartment in early August, Bergman's, mom Kirstin. Brag tells ABC ten in San Diego that she never liked John. Christopher Clark and wonders what she could have said or done. Differently to convince her daughter not to move. Earlier this year to be with him. I pray that the situation opens up a lot of 'specially young women's is to the dangers that are out there. Available for Clark has been set at one million dollars KTAR is on the economy. There's no shortage of construction jobs around the valley. But there is a short supply of workers Steven owed Showa Otaga development says they're just one of several companies offering incentives to attract workers say look if you come work with us where you can pay a little bit for continuing education says besides offering to help workers paid for more education. They're also offering competitive salaries. Now, check on traffic. Here's Dani Sullivan live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
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"Chose their nominees for wetter expected to, be tightly contested Senate, and governor's. Races in the midterms here to break down the results and explain what it all means for the. Midterms is Elena Schneider a campaigns reporter at politico hi Lena hey. There okay, so let's start with their Zona which has been. In the news a lot this week following the. Death of Senator John McCain the. State's Republican governor Doug Ducey we'll be selecting his replacement and voters won't get to decide, who feels that seat until twenty twenty but Senator Jeff flake seat. Is up for grabs in November Representative Martha mix Sally won her race to be the. GOP nominee she easily beat out her two more controversial opponents Joe are. Pyo and Kelli ward so why did voters choose her Well I think that there is a significant amount of money that was. Poured. Into this race to make sure that she. Was able to put it away and there were some nerves. Because there was a concern around whether or not President Trump was going to intervene. And potentially endorse one of her primary points in this race he's got connections to both Kelli ward and to Joe are pile are Pyo most memorably for for pardoning him so I think that there was a concern that he might intervene and potentially tip the, scales for one of her. Opponents, Heald's, did, not. In. Fact he went on to say positive things about her on the trail and they were, able to cut some adds to that, effect so mcq Sally, was able. To hold hold the coalition together and come through with a win which certainly plenty of national Republicans. Are breathing a sigh of relief today over that okay so you. Were talking, about President Trump intervening so he actually tweeted after. Mix Sally's win to congratulate her but he also. Falsely said that MC Sally had. Rejected an endorsement from Jeff flake How closely has she aligned herself with the president well look she's certainly been aware and has a very savvy. Politician knows that if she's going to win in a place like Arizona she needs to pretty closely total line to what the president has said and done and she's really. Focused on her support in his support of her in that primary and look it's her her relationship to Jeff. Flake is a bit fraught throughout the coverage of this primary she's basically dismissed connections to flake said she doesn't rely on. Him for his. Political advice, because she's aware that he's not somebody who's going to help her, get through a primary okay so voters in Florida also turned. Out on Tuesday and in just a few minutes we'll be discussing the role of gun control, played in the state's primary race but first let's talk about the governor's race Representative. Ron. Santa's a frequent guest on Fox News won. The Republican nomination for governor how much did President Trump's endorsement. Factor into his win I think it made a huge impact on his win Trump At in tweeted an endorsement of to Santa's basically before he'd even formally launched, his gubernatorial race basically turning the race upside down the state agricultural Commissioner Adam Putnam, had been building a statewide gubernatorial race for years and this was supposed to be his year, at a really clinch this goal that he had been preparing for for a long time and. To Santa's by as you say his frequent Fox News appearances really became a as somebody who Trump really liked spent a lot of time with had a relationship with and with. That. Tweet he was able to really give at two, Santa's the name recognition and boost, and resources to then go on and build a huge lead over over Adam. Putnam so, he'll be facing Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum. That's the democrat who is backed by Bernie Sanders Florida's considered a purple state. House surprising is that these two candidates who aren't moderates? Will be facing off in November and we have thirty seconds I think you've put your finger on it neither of the parties picks the moderate candidate here Andrew. Gelman certainly a very, progressive and he dispatched Gwen Graham seen as a very moderate democratic former congresswoman and again to Santa's is represents exactly so the Trump wing of the party so. We're going to see a marquee, showdown here. That's really going to pit the two farthest wings. Of the party's against each other. In November Elena Schneider is a campaigns reporter.
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"From ABC, news I'm Richard Cantu the clearest sign yet the President Trump's dream of a nuclear deal with North Korea, is fading. US UN ambassador Nikki Haley announced the Pyongyang may not be ready to give. Up its nukes the State Department said they are ready to engage only when North Korea stands ready to deliver on the promise of getting rid. Of their nukes and even as the president cancelled secretary Pompiers trip, to North Korea he tweeted his warm regards the Kim Jong, UN, and said quote I look forward to. Seeing him, soon ABC's. Jonathan Karl Arizona one of three states holding, primary elections congresswoman Martha mcsally won the Republican primary to, fill the outgoing Jeff flake, US Senate seat MC Sally, humble in victory, tending to celebrate but let's keep. Something in mind this is. Not our objective our mission is. In seventy days we have seventy days to win. The democratic, nomination WaWa congresswoman Kirsten, cinema, in Florida governor Rick Scott on the GOP nomination to take on number credit can come in US Senator Bill Nelson It could, break all kinds of records. In the general election in large? Part because it's expensive state and because of the personal wealth of governor Scott but Democrats can't afford to lose a state, like Florida. And still have any hope of taking the majority back in the Senate they. Need to hold Florida animal likely had pickup Arezzo if they're gonna flip power by those two seats they need to win ABC news political director. Recline in an Oklahoma mortgage banker Kevin stood won the Republican nomination, for governor he'll be facing a democrat and a libertarian fresh, evidence, that the death toll on Puerto Rico. From hurricane, Maria last. Year was way way off nearly one year, after hurricane Maria slammed order Rico a staggering new number, a death toll vastly underestimated, the independent report for researchers, at George Washington, University reveals two thousand nine hundred. And seventy five people lost. Their lives due to Maria the. Official government death.
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"I'm Richard Cantu the clearest sign yet the President Trump's dream of a nuclear deal with North Korea is fading u. s.. U. n. ambassador Nikki Haley announced the Pyongyang may not be ready to give. Up its nukes the State Department said they are, ready to engage but only when North Korea stands ready to deliver on the promise of getting rid. Of their nukes and even as the president cancelled secretary Pompeii trip, to North Korea he tweeted his warm regards the Kim Jong, UN, and said quote I look forward to. Seeing him, soon ABC's. Jonathan Karl Arizona one of three states holding, primary elections congresswoman Martha mcsally won the Republican primary to, fill the outgoing Jeff flakes, US Senate seat MC Sally humble in victory. Tempting to celebrate but let's keep. Something in mind this is. Not our objective our mission is. In seventy days we have seventy days to win the democratic, nomination worldwide congresswoman Kirsten, cinema, in Florida governor Rick Scott on the GOP nomination to take on number credit can come US Senator Bill Nelson could bring All kinds. Of records in the general election in large part because it's expensive state and because of the personal wealth of governor Scott but Democrats can't. Afford to lose a state like Florida and still have any hope of taking. The majority back in the Senate they need to, hold Florida and they'll likely had pickup Zona if they're gonna flip power by those two seats they. Need to win ABC news political director recline and in Oklahoma mortgage, banker Kevin stood won the Republican nomination for governor he'll be, facing, democrat and a libertarian fresh evidence that. The death, toll on. Puerto Rico from hurricane Maria last year was, way way off nearly one year after hurricane Maria slammed, Puerto Rico a staggering new, number a death toll vastly underestimated the independent. Report for researchers at George Washington. University reveals two thousand nine. Hundred and seventy five people lost. Their lives due to Maria the official government death toll had, been sixty four ABC's, Victor, oquendo you're listening to ABC news it's time.
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