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"Senator then was called to sign the oath book Republican James Imhoff was absent at home in Oklahoma for a medical issue CBS chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford here the Senate has the first and the last word under those long established rules so John Roberts is not gonna set the rules of this trial the Chief Justice is entitled to make rulings in the trial but guess what the Senate can overrule him the trial is to start Tuesday the government accountability office has released a report saying that the office of management and budget broke the law when it withheld security assistance to Ukraine the agency which reports to Congress accused OMB of delaying aid for policy reasons Loyola law professor Jessica Levinson says this action has political implications this is a big deal when the government accountability office which is a non partisan watchdog says the president violated federal law that matters such a big deal and particularly when it's violating federal law on the specific issue that the impeachment inquiry goes to congressional Democrats seized on the report as evidence of a lawless White House the Senate has approved a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico overhauling trade relations among the three countries the vote was eighty nine to ten CBS's Adrian barred in Mexico City Mexico's chief negotiator said there's no doubt it's a better trade deal for all involved the Mexican Senate ratified the treaty last year now it's up to Canada to seal this huge deal north American trade totals more than one point two five trillion dollars each year large numbers of Americans are saying no to getting a flu shot this year according to a new survey of the academy of family physicians also a lot of people think the flu has not not being that serious Dr Kim you says right they will get sick from it who says about half the population has not gotten vaccinated a third say they have no plans to get an articulated she will sing at the Superbowl.
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"Sporadic where we take ten minutes to get you smarter on the question of Tech Business and politics. I'm never MAC today show. DC turned the tensions to kid the tech and Elon. Musk hits the sand but I the future a free trade. So when president trump isn't tweeting about how Democrats are engaged in a witch hunt against him. He's tweeting about how Democrats are refusing to pass something called the US MCA ca a giant trade bill with Mexico and Canada. That designed to replace Nafta so three things to know about the US. I trump is right about Democrats refusing using to pass it at least so far. Nancy Pelosi is indicated a willingness to eventually bring vote but I it's been engaged in months and months of negotiations with the White House over for increasing the agreements environmental and labor enforcement provisions. And then yesterday she added a request that in clause about extending US online content protections be stripped from the final bill in part because she might want to have them repealed stateside as well number two. What trump doesn't mention is that Mexico is also balking a bit yeah the Mexican Senate voted to ratify? US MCA over the summer but in Mexico that was more a starting point than an end point and it is concerned particularly about some of the the changes requested by Democrats number three. US MCA is long with lots of provisions. But like Nafta it's mostly about ensuring the free flow of goods between the three countries. These big changes from Nafta are rules around autos particularly in terms of minimum wages for workers and the originating source of components rules around dairy with. US farmers getting more access to the Canadian eighty and market and rules around intellectual property including longer protections on branded drugs from generic competition. The bottom line here is that both political parties in the US have incentives attentive to get this done trump republicans because it would be a big trade policy win amid ongoing trade troubles with China and Democrats in Congress because they need something other than just impeachment to bring voters in two thousand twenty in fifteen seconds. We'll go deeper political trade reporter. Sabrina Rodriguez but first this. There's more news out there than ever before but these days it's harder than ever to find it and to know what to trust axios. AM takes the effort out of getting smart synthesizing ten stories. That will drive the day. I'm telling you I they matter subscribe at sign-up Dot axios Dot Com and now back to the podcast. We're joined now by Sabrina. Rodriguez who covers trade for politico. I think the perception in the US is that all this deal is waiting for is a thumbs up from Nancy Pelosi but this week there's also been reporting that Mexico has its own objections so let's begin their what's holding up specifically south of the border right now. It's been negotiations between the trump trump administration and House Democrats for months. There's no deal at sitting out. Nancy Pelosi Desk. They have not sent her attacks because they've been negotiating to make sure they. We can get the votes with Democrats but before that they need to make sure that Mexico is okay with these changes because a lot of the changes depend on whether Mexico's willing to you know further enforce the deal when it comes to labor so it's kind of a chicken and the egg right. They have to write something that they think Pelosi will accept but they also have to write something they think Mexico will it. It sounds silly to say but who sees it. I in other words who has to give it a sign off I Mexico or Congress or is it essentially this weird simultaneous sort of thing. Yeah so it's it's kind of become a weird simultaneous thing you know ambassador lighthizer. US Trade Representative. He's the one that's leading the negotiations for the trump administration and he you know has been going back and forth at the same time to some extent so he met with Democrats for a long time knows exactly what they want. NBA Agreement now as part of going to Mexico. And saying okay. Well how much not latter you willing to do. How can we figure out a way that you'll accept this given that we need Democrats to be on board not really negotiable on that front officer? There's been lots of changes ages. There's been talk about specifically what are the big things from your perspective that have been changed to appease Democrats which might not fly with Mexico Democrats. What's the had been you know? They've tried to narrow down their concern so that they could negotiate with lighthizer so their big thing has been enforcement of the agreement labor and environmental your mental standards and then trying to make some changes that they think would make it easier for them to address prescription drug pricing. The majority of those have been easy. One Canada Ah for example has been always saying okay. We'll work it out and we'll be signed with whatever you end up negotiating with Mexico the big concern enforcement because they're worried worried that the US is overstepping its bounds and is GonNa try and you know threat and Mexico sovereignty by trying to send inspectors and trying to you know step into Mexico and tell them how they need to uphold labor standard. Is Mexico right in other words from your understanding the way the agreement currently is structured would there be. US inspectors who go to Mexican execute factories to confirm Labor standards are being that. We're not one of the proposals. That House Democrats have put out there. It's not for sure. What the ultimate provision will say? Well you know. That's what's being negotiated. Right now is what will be in writing but Mexico you know. That's one of the proposals in Mexico. Saying we obviously don't want Americans just coming into Mexico whenever to check in factory but that's not fair and that's not right so they're trying to figure out a way that you know the US can get what it wants in terms of making sure that Mexico GEICO raising into labor standards but also without Mexico feeling that you know they got bullied into it. There's a tech angle all of this in the agreements which is specifically there. Are these Kind of these legal protections right now in the US you know whether it be facebook or twitter. Whatever there's these legal protections for them from user generated content you know you are? I can tweet something terrible on. Twitter are and that's not a problem legally speaking for twitter and the original lease. USA was going to extend that both to Mexico and Canada. Nancy Pelosi is now pushing to strip that. I guess in part it because she wants to possibly repeal that here in the US. What's the current status of that? Is that expanded legal protection. Still in negotiations. It's actually interesting because it has not been part of the negotiations between house. Democrats lighthizer and it wasn't until actually yesterday that Pelosi came out and said you know this is something that I want eliminated eliminated from the agreement. So now she's made this public ask. I mean it's pretty expected that the administration will have to give in and eliminating it yield. There's such a debate bay on Capitol Hill about whether to repeal it. What you do with it in the future so a lot of Democrats have started talking about it and saying you know having a trade agreement with autism? Yeah I do WANNA get rid of it so right now I mean Pelosi having said it publicly and confirmed that this is something she wants gone. It's pretty telling that it very likely likely that will because the trump administration really wants to get the past already. The trump administration had thought this was going the whole. US MCA was going to be done a while ago over the summer. It's not it's still in progress in negotiations are ongoing this week from your perspective. How much is the fact that these negotiations are still ongoing impacting America's inability to get a trade deal deal done with China given a lot of these negotiators particularly Bob? lighthizer are the same person. I know that you could argue. They walk and Chew Gum at the same time. There's only so many hours in the day Democrat pets. Sad Adam and I to some extent have to agree with it of you know respect for lighthizer for overseeing all these negotiations you know. I always question his ability to like how. How do you deal with jet lag because there has been a lot of cases of watching these negotiations unfold? Where he's flying back from China and then two hours later is in person person with you know a Mexican ambassador to talk about? US MCA so part of the logistics. have been complicated because of that but I would say you know. The Negotiations Asians were held back. Not Because of ambassador lighthizer but have been held back to some extent because of trump's own actions so negotiations between Democrats and the trump administration. We're supposed to have started months earlier this year and one because of the shutdown at the beginning of the year and two because of trump's threat to impose tariffs on Mexico over over immigration concern. Those things really complicated them. Starting Quick Crystal Ball Gazing. Will this get done by year. End Yes or no. What's your best guess? No at this point. Sabrina Rodriguez politico. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me my final. Two right after this axiom. Chief Technology correspondent Dana Free shares breaking news news and analysis on the most consequential companies players intact from the valley to DC. Subscribe to get smarter. Faster at sign-up dot axios Dot Com and now back to the pro rata podcast. Now it's time for my final two and I oppose a coalition of thirty one advocacy groups. That today is pushing the Federal Trade Commission mission to focus on how digital media companies advertise to kids and collect their data specifically they want the FTC to use it. SUBPOENA POWER TO PROBE SO-CALLED KID tech companies as the agency thinks about updating children's online privacy rules which lasted in two thousand thirteen actresses Margaret Harding reports the possible subpoenaed targets could include Disney. Google Tick Tock and twitch and finally this morning Elon. Musk is currently on trial in Los Angeles for his infamous tweet. No not the one about having Saudi money security. Take Tesla private. This is the other one in which he called British cave diver Vernon unsworth a pedophile. The case could go jury earlier today with Unsworth seeking more than seventy five thousand in damages for defamation one interesting note from Musk's own testimony on the stand was how he sort of cried poverty claiming that the vast vast majority of his fortune is tied up in it liquid spacex stock and kind of more liquid Tesla's stock or as I said quote people think I have a lot of cash I actually don't and we're done big thanks. Thanks for listening to my producers. Tim Show Jesse Lee have a great international Ninja. Move back tomorrow with another pro guests..
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"KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now. It's eight oh two good evening. I'm Peter say more. And here's our top story. The big DC ten firefighting air tanker based at Macy's gateway airport is fighting the Woodbury fire wick. Rick Hatton is the founder of the ten tanker air carrier, which owns the plane, flew four times yesterday and five times a day before that's a lot of retardant that fire, just seems to persist, and the turnaround from Mesa gateway to the Woodbury fire and back less than an hour. The blazes burned one hundred three square miles. It's forty two percent contained but it forced two hundred vacuum around Roosevelt lake, the feds are ending hacienda Healthcare's, Medicaid participation after a patient was found with maggots underneath his bandage. Governor Ducey says his top priority is making sure patients have uninterrupted care. I sit port the facility. Staying open, but we need different leadership there. It's not the facility that has been the issue. It's been the board and the leadership that's been there. But doozy says he'll let the state's health department decide the next steps a former nurse was fired on suspicion of raping an incapacitated patient who gave birth at hacienda, Arizona and Sonora governor's team up to pressure congress to approve a new trade agreement with their countries and Canada Mexican Senate passed the agreement a couple days ago by vote of one hundred fourteen to four Arezzo chamber. Ceo, Glenn hammer, also doesn't want partisan politics slowing deal. That could hurt the state's sixteen billion dollar yearly trade with Mexico, mining semiconductors auto manufacturing agriculture tourism and the governor's sent their letters to congress after Mexico pledged to slow the immigration surge which ended President Trump's threatened tariffs on Mexican goods traveling throughout the valley this weekend. The I ten westbound between Queen creek road and loop. Two will be closed from ten. PM tonight. The five AM Monday morning. Same goes for northeast Phoenix on the loop one on one between fifty six three and Scottsdale road. Check on traffic now. Here's Bradley Jay live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Yeah. Peter and channeling up north is not any easier at the moment is seventeen remain shut down north and south end at sunset point rest area as cruiser battling brushfire. But closer and we have a vehicle fire on Ironwood and Guadalupe also watch down bicyclist on fifty first avenue in Indian school traffic sponsored by compassion international. You can change the world for child and extreme poverty through compassion international. Just text child, two eight three three nine three to find out how I'm Bradley Jay.
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"Morning with MandA factor. Gregg Hersholt, and Frank Lenzi is at the editor's desk tensions between the US and Iran running high after Iran shot down and unarmed. US navy Garrone American officials say the drawn was in international airspace today. But Iran claims drown was in Iranian airspace. On a spying mission defense officials have said this was an unprovoked attack a Sacramento police officer has died after being shot this morning. Sacramento police department of vans eventuate lers said that toe Twenty-six-year-old officers Tara O'Sullivan was shot while helping a woman gather her belongings from the home when the gunfire broke out. Meanwhile, two people are in custody after Missouri officer was shot early this morning. That officer does not have life threatening injuries. Joe Biden says he has nothing to apologize for after saying he was able to work with segregation. Senators in the nineteen seventies, not a racist bone in my body. I've been involved as horizon. Career. Period. California, congresswoman and fellow presidential candidate Kamala Harris was one of many Democrats to criticize the former vice president's comments coddle, the reputation of segregationists of people who, if they had their way, I would literally not be standing, here's a member of the United States on it is, I think it's just it's misinformed. And it's wrong ABC's Molly Nagle is following this. She's on our KOMO Newsline, quite a bit of a backlash to this comment by Joe Biden. Have gotten quite a bit of pushback from not only twenty twenty challenges, but a few other people across the board. Very started on Tuesday night at a fundraiser for Biden's presidential campaign. He talked about on criticism. He gets them the new left for saying that he's old fashioned, for wanting to reach consensus been talked about his time working in the Senate, alongside Dacian senators, like James L E fund on the thing that they didn't agree on much of anything, but they were able to get things done now Biden points to this. This is the crux of his the point he was trying to make you don't agree with the people. You don't always agree with people, but you have to work together to get things done. And he was not apologizing for, for the point. He was trying to make it make. In fact, he criticized some of the twenty twenty challengers, who criticize him saying that they know better, and that you played, there's not a racist on in his body interesting to note that he, he seems to. Really becoming under fire by members of his own party who know him. This. Kind of emblematic of the debate that is happening within the Democratic Party. At this moment you have. Who is from a different time from an older generation Washington elected in the nineteen seventy s to defend it. So he comes from a different view on a lot of these things from some of the new members of congress Alexander cardio, Cortez, who, you know, beacon talked about Joe Biden and talked about how the progressive candidate in order to win against President Trump on this week. So it's, it's certainly shows a larger division within the Democratic Party. Thanks for your time. Molly, we appreciate it navy. Sees Molly Nagle. President Trump says he's glad that Mexico is approved the NAFTA replacement agreement and they congratulated Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez over door for his role in Suada his country's lawmakers, the Mexican Senate voted yesterday by a wide majority to ratify the US Mexico, Canada agreement ACTA, George Tocchet says the government camps holding migrants on the southern border are, in fact, concentration camps to k- tweeted yesterday, quote, I. I know what concentration camps are. I was inside two of them in America, and yes, we are operating such camps. Again, when he was a young boy, he and his family were among more than one hundred thousand Japanese Americans who were arrested and held in what we're called internment camps.
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"Five in Hart county, Kentucky will thank you, Paul. We'll have the latest on that situation as it develops all morning long. It's six thirty three at NewsRadio eight forty. W. H AS back in Louisville. Over a dozen people indicted in the latest federal effort to reduce violent crime in the city. Attorney Russell Coleman announced a federal grand jury indicted twenty defendants. With numerous counts of firearms violation. It's about getting the right offenders, the most violent offenders off the street. That's what the federal system is four, that's what the feds are for and. And we're hopefully fulfilling some of those promises these are in addition to the previous two rounds of indictments totalling, seventy one defendants so far this year, the most recent defendants have previously been found guilty of numerous violent and drug crimes Haley Hanson, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S from the streets of lovo. We go to the strait of Hormuz where a US drone is shot down. Tom rivers fills us in on this from the foreign desk, Iran's military took it out. Well, the UN says was flying over international airspace. Tefron counters it was fair game as it was over its airspace. It comes against the backdrop of heightened tensions between the US Enron. It reason weeks. The US has moved in aircraft carrier to the Mideast, deployed additional troops to the region back in this country. President Trump glad that Mexico approved the NAFTA replacement agreement in a tweet. The president congratulating Mexico's president for his role in persuading his country's lawmakers, the Mexican Senate vote. Wednesday by a wide majority to ratify the US, Mexico, Canada agreement, or the US MCA more than a dozen families looking for a new place to live after a fire tore through an apartment complex Wednesday night. Jefferson County fire crews called the Bardstown forest departments of mutual Bank road at around ten fire officials saying that a resident fell asleep and his home woke up to flames that spread to sixteen units, the cause still under investigation. The Red Cross assisting those displaced. You'll as baseball team still alive in the college World Series. The cards beating Auburn five to three in an elimination game that took two days to wrap up head coach Dan McDonnell when you pitch and you make some plays the way we did some dive and plays in the outfield. Some great plays in the infield. You know we played well enough to win. And as I've learned, it's not easy when out here and they don't give you anything you got to earn it up next Mississippi State tonight in another elimination game. Your next news update coming at seven. I'm will Clark NewsRadio.
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"Thanks for joining us on this Monday afternoon. So glad you're with us coming up on all things considered. More people are now mixing opioids with stimulants like meth and cocaine. Some researchers say they believe the opioid epidemic health kickoff. This new wave of stimulant use some say mixing, meth and heroin is an unusual combination also artist eras designer and philanthropist. Gloria van bender built has died at the age of ninety five she may be no for her wine of designer blue jeans, but her background, including a custody battle eighty years ago and leaving her mother inheriting millions. Some very interesting as well talk more about that state and local news at three thirty two. At one of the men accused in the deadly warehouse fire in the bay area has had to say today about his involvement. It's three thirty. Live from NPR news Culver City, California into Wayne Brown. The US court has turned away one last challenge to a new legislative map in Virginia's NPR's, Nina totenberg tells us, the old map drawn by the Republican led house of delegates was found to be an unconstitutional, racial gerrymander, the new map for this fall's election is widely seen as giving Democrats better chance at recapturing control of the state house, which currently has a GOP edge of just two seats, whenever Jinya attorney general and the state Senate threw in the towel on of peeling the new district lines, the house nonetheless soldiered on alone. But today the supreme court threw out the house challenge, declaring that one house of bicameral legislature has no legal standing to continue litigating against the will of its partners, Nina totenberg, NPR news, Washington. The nation's largest federation of unions, kicks off a series of town hall meetings today in political battleground. Stay. Dates groups are concerned about a proposal to replace the North American Free trade agreement from member station. W D, t Quinn, kleinfeld reports the AFL CIO will hold meetings in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan President Trump removed, his recent threat of escalating tariffs on Mexican products and urged congress vote on the new trade deal between the two countries in Canada, the US MCA. But some Democrats and union say the agreement does not include enough enforcement mechanisms Michigan. AFL CIO. President run Bieber says unions are going to fight any trade deal that allows US companies to outsource jobs to Mexican firms paying lower wages administration, sits on a nap devote before the issues that we have concerns about or fixed, we're gonna bury this, the Mexican Senate recently approved measures. They say strengthen labor protections for NPR news. I'm Quin Klein filter in Detroit. Stocks finished modestly higher. On Wall Street, the Dow gained twenty two points, this is NPR. And this is w on a Monday, June seventeenth good afternoon. I'm leery parole. Here's what's happening at three thirty two. Authorities in northern California have taken a man into custody. They say threatened a mesh shooting fueled by anti semitism, as KCRW's Matt Gillam reports the arrest comes less than two months after an attack on a synagogue in San Diego. And search of the man's home, which turned up Nazi propaganda, and legally acquired a are fifteen and high capacity magazines in that attack on a synagogue near San Diego. The gunman carried in a fifteen the same firearm used numerous mass shootings around the country and the same one founded the home of Ross Farka authorities in the bay area community of concord say they were tipped off to by the FBI federal agents were alerted to threatening comments vodka made online saying he would commit a mass shooting at a synagogue and attack law enforcement, he claimed he was inspired by the April shooting in power, which left one person dead and three wounded as well as the deadly March attack on mosques in New Zealand, Farkas, apprehension comes amid a rise in hate crimes across California in the most recent state report. California. Attorney general heavier Bezerra says hate crimes spiked than seventeen percent between twenty sixteen in twenty seventeen KCRW Gillam reporting, a federal search ward has been unsealed in those in a hate crimes case against the alleged shooter at that synagogue in Powell. It prevents new details about the attack two months ago that killed one woman and injured three others in April nineteen year old shooter told an investigator, he adopted a hatred of Judaism a year and a half before the attack. Also told the San Diego Sheriff's detective he was inspired by Adolf Hitler and the attack on a New Zealand boss earlier this year on the new evidence is video camera mounted on helmet that police found in the man's car shooter has pleaded not guilty to federal and state charges which include charges of murder and attempted murder. And one of the two men blamed for a warehouse fire that killed thirty six people in the San Francisco Bay area has told a jury today. He helped maintain the building in exchange for free rent, but insisted he was never in control of its operation. Max Harris has pleaded not guilty to involuntary.
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"Live from NPR news in Culver City, California, Dwayne Brown. The US court has turned away one less challenge to a new legislative map in Virginia as NPR's Nina totenberg tells us, the old map drawn by the Republican led house of delegates was found to be an unconstitutional, racial gerrymander, the new map for this fall's election is widely seen as giving Democrats better chance at recapturing control of the state house, which currently has a GOP edge of just two seats when the Virginia attorney general and the state Senate threw in the towel on a peeling the new district lines, the house nonetheless soldiered on alone. But today the supreme court threw out the house challenge declaring that one house of a bicameral legislature has no legal standing to continue litigating against the will of its partners, Nina totenberg, NPR news, Washington. The nation's largest federation of unions, kicks off a series of town hall meetings today in political battleground states. Groups are concerned about a proposal to replace the North American Free trade agreement from member station. W D E Quin kleinfeld to reports the AFL CIO will hold meetings in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan President Trump removed, his recent threat of escalating tariffs on Mexican products and urged congress to vote on the new trade deal between the two countries and Canada, the US MCA. But some Democrats and unions, say the agreement does not include enough enforcement mechanisms Michigan. AFL CIO. President Ron Bieber says unions are going to fight any trade deal that allows US companies to outsource jobs to Mexican firms paying lower wages. Ministration sits on a nap devote before the issues that we have concerns about our fixed or buried is the Mexican Senate recently approved measures. They say strengthen labor protections for NPR news. I'm Quin Klein filter in Detroit. Stocks finished modestly higher. On Wall Street, the Dow gained twenty two points, this is NPR. A new survey shows high school graduation rates between twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen reached an all time, high in the US NPR's Claire Lombardo says the report by the Annie E Casey foundation support of NPR tracks child wellbeing between twenty and twenty seventeen the number of teens who abused alcohol or drugs went down. So did the number of teams out of school and not working on top of all that the teen birth rate continued to Klein, despite those gains, racial, and ethnic disparities, persist, and child wellbeing. For example, Latino children are less likely to be in school when they're young New Hampshire claimed the top spot in the surveys, ranking of overall child wellbeing, and Massachusetts came in second clearly bardo, NPR news. Boeing's chief executive says the company made a mistake in handling. Problematic cockpit warning system in. It's seven thirty seven max jets before two crashes killed three hundred forty six people. CO Dennis Mullen Berg is promising transparency is the aircraft maker tries to get the grounded plane flying again. The FAA is faulted Boeing for not telling regulators for more than a year that a safety indicator in the cockpit didn't work as intended. Dozens of families have five lawsuits against Boeing and expressed concerns about the company's push to recertify the seven thirty seven max stocks finished modestly higher. On Wall Street today, the NASDAQ added forty eight points. This is NPR. You're listening to all things considered on ninety point three K as e you NPR for the Monterey Bay.
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"Five percents, APR four point six five percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Rick subject to change fifty point three percent. This rate, call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty intention, and Peter Navarro trade Representative with the president. He's got his hands full trying to bring in the China deal, get US MCA pass through congress, as it's about the past the Mexican Senate already pass through Canada. And meanwhile, the president says tariffs going Monday unless you seal up one hundred and fifty mile border. So that's going to be the president's focused tomorrow today. It's day. He's gotten a bilateral mccrone. We'll see we get out of that. Let's go. Go out to Chris listening on news ninety six five hundred Landau. Hey, chris. Hey, brian. Hey, couple of points if I could number one Joe Biden his reluctance to accept China's threat, if he keeps doing that people are going to start to wonder why. And I think Brit Hume almost went there yesterday and, and you're going to start thinking about his sons deal with China. Yeah it's not gonna be good. And my second point would be in when I hear that CB P has sixty percent of their officer pulled away for administrative duty concerned in that you let another nine eleven happened, and they can trace it back to the southern border, man. The Democratic Party is going to have that laid right at their feet, fifty four countries have come through that border in the in these the Rio Grande valley sector fifty four countries. And when I was out there was sitting there dealing with Guatemalans underneath a bridge because it started to rain and all of a sudden the left when we moved out from underneath a bridge going to rain stopped. I looked at the Pentagon. What's going on and go? Well, there's more people coming up. We wait for them to come up it's Cubans and they said up until. Oy, a year ago Cubans never came through the southern border. But that's how wide open it is. But there is some sign that's Mexico's being this step up his tariff threat appears to be working in a way as Mexico's dispatching police marines in immigration agents to intercept a thousand strong migrant caravan walking north from the Guatemalan border so they can do it. Let's see them do it. That'd be one eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine. Fred Lewis, Cayenne NTR in Arizona. Hey, fred. Hey, how you doing? Brian watching, watching the events of d day brought back something that I thought and what the president said about. Colonel Taylor was very, very clear up until we'll road to through World War Two we when the United.
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"Subscribe for free to be the first to hear them on apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast app. So I think the other thing too, you know, obviously, like the US is not the only actor that has some agency here, right? Like Mexico does have officials here in DC trying to negotiate. They're like the other thing I would say about safe third country, by the way, Jane is that they did not bring any actual migration officials to these talks because they're, they're trying to put up the stance that migration policy isn't on the table in practice. We've certainly seen that before and minister abroad has been willing to have kind of seen migration as an annex of US Mexico policy. And there's the vibe that they will commit to things that there are migration, the animals are like how in the hell are we supposed to implement this? That's what has happened with the remain in Mexico policy, for example. But like they are also dealing with the fact that the US MCA trade deal just got sent to the Mexican Senate on Thursday like literally. The same day that Donald Trump, then decide proceeded to DVD's tariff announcements. So the Senate has not yet ratified the trade deal when the Mexican president sent it to the Mexican Senate. He said that he expected it to be ratified soon. But, like there are obvious domestic Mexican politics questions about whether it's a very good look like on the one hand, okay? You maybe you need a trade deal because otherwise we're going to get a trade war on the other hand. Why are you making a trade deal with somebody who a just, you know, like was putting tariffs on your stealing aluminum industries last year and be is now putting a tariff on all of your goods? So there's that concern. There's also just kind of the general, what is the relationship that Mexico has with the United States because the Mexican president under mental lupus over a door came into office, as you know, mostly not talking about Trump like mostly the reason that he was enthusiastically embraced by the. Was because of his kind of left populism, but definitely like rhetorically seeming like the kind of guy who would stand up to Trump, who would reject the neoliberal consensus that, like, whatever is good for the US is good for Mexico because it's good for business, you know, who would be who would be a little bit unafraid to ruffle some feathers, on behalf of the Mexican people. And instead, what you've seen is some of the folks in his cabinet, like abroad, being very, very solicitous of maintaining a good relationship with the US not necessarily bending over backwards. But like trying to retain strong trade relations in particular, you have folks in the who are actually like running migration policy, for example, like the interior secretary who are very committed in theory to human rights, and who are a little bit frustrated with having to buckle under to the.
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"So what that means is if you put a tariff on a Mexican truck coming back into the United States. Well, maybe that engine was built in Michigan and ship down to Mexico, and let's take a step further. Maybe that bolt or screw that is holding the engine together from Asia, you can go even a step further, where the medals come from that built that bolt and maybe even a step further where did the machinery come from that, Doug, the metals out of the earth? So when you say we're just slapping a tariff on Mexico. No, you're not. You're putting a tariff on the entire system and you're not just putting Mexican exports and jobs at risk your potentially hurting everybody. And that includes American companies and jobs that rely on border trade. Where does the new NAFTA or the negotiations? Around a new NAFTA. Where does that fall into all this? Right. So it's called the US MCA the United States, Mexico, Canada agreement. So they reached the deal in November the three heads of state. But now it needs approval from the Canadian parliament, the US congress and the Mexican Senate now here in the United States. There's the policy and the politics President Trump obviously, wants to get a deal done as quickly as possible and is trying to force congress to act, but democratic speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi is kind of slow walking it right now because there's the politics she doesn't want to give President Trump a victory, right? And then there's the policy matter a lot of Democrats don't like the new agreement because they say it's basically the same thing as NAFTA with a few minor cosmetic changes. So if you're gonna spend all this time and energy, revamping this trade deal that many people say is flawed and needs an update. Why not actually take the time to do it? Properly. Jason a little more reality. Check what other products, do we trade with Mexico? We trade. A lot with Mexico. They are our largest trading partner, buy goods, they just passed China and Canada, that could be just this month trying to could go back on top next month. But right now, there are largest trading partner not only do we get vehicles from China. We get health care equipment. We get petroleum and gases we fruits and vegetables, and we're sending back, lots of stuff to them machinery, were sending vehicles and parts back to them, plastics textiles, you name it. There are billions of dollars of goods going across the border every single day. So it's a whole lot more than Advocaat does. It's a lot more than of Akhad is, yes, the world's Jason Mark. Thanks a lot. Thank you. You can't call it a right wing takeover. Francis far right? National rally party actually did worse in last weekend's European elections than they did in the previous vote still. They did better than the centrist coalition of French president, Emmanuel Macron, and they've established the fire right? As a political force in France today reporter Ellen. Sear takes a look at Lille a city where a far-right youth movement has taken root. Yun is known as Francis capital of guests. Tony, but over the past decade, it's also become a kind of unofficial capital of Francis far right youth, hard-right groups have been sitting up shop in the city's medieval quarter new you June. One of the most high profile is Ginny has shown today generation identity. They're tiny headquarters.
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"What's in your wallet Capital, One in a this is one A happy Friday? I'm Joshua Johnson in Washington. President Trump announces a new threat against Mexico across the board tariffs that are aimed at slowing immigration to the US parliamentary elections, take place across the European Union. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fails to meet a deadline to form a government and now faces a new election in September and Japan says Siona to President Trump after a state visit that was not without controversy. Plenty to discuss today, on the Friday news roundup and joining us here in studio is David Lawler world, news editor for axios. Dave welcome back to the roundup, great to be with you Nina Maria pots is the director for global news coverage for feature store. News, Nina, welcome. Thank you. And joining us from NPR in New York. Jonathan temperament, the editor in chief of foreign policy magazine, and the author of the fix how countries use crises to solve the world's worst problems. Jonathan glad to have you back as well. Good to be back. Well, it's not just China anymore. Tariffs are coming to another top US trade partner, Mexico yesterday, President Trump announced that until Mexico, does more to stop the flow of immigrants to the US southern border, the administration would impose up to twenty five percent tax on all imported goods. David, let me start with you. We should note that the initial threat is five percent and that it would rise successively every month in increments of five percent up to twenty five I can only imagine Dave, how Mexico is responding to this. So the new replacement for NAFTA trade Bill actually landed in the Mexican Senate yesterday. So they're already talking about trade with the United States. This seemed to drop almost out of. Thin air. And as you said it escalates pretty quickly up to twenty five percent and the point at which it stops is left entirely vague. Trump said wants Mexico stops allowing migrants to come through the country and to the southern border. How do you know when enough is enough? I mean, it's, it's a it's sort of an open ended policy and one that Mexico certainly wasn't expecting. So Dave, does this mean that this Hearst the chances for this new trade agreement? The US Mexico Canada trade agreement to pass in Mexico or is that kind of a separate issue? The White House says it's a separate issue. I'm not sure as a Mexican politician, how you can treat it as a separate issue. Right. You're now have an opportunity potentially to respond if you're Mexico, obviously, the Mexican response so far from the president has been quite calm, basically saying, we need to discuss this, this is not the right policy, but please meet with us. And we can talk it all over. But, you know, in the Mexican Senate, you have people who have constituents who already don't like the way Trump is tree. In the United States. You know, I think this just increases the political pressures on something that was already going to be pretty tricky Nina Maria wizard sense of what industries, this would impact the most what sectors, maybe of the country or of Mexico would be hit hardest by this. I, I don't think we have the detail yet, but I think one of the things that I would question is, whether or not we can talk about foreign policy through trade policy through the prism of farm trade policy anymore. I think it's all about the twenty twenty election. And I think some countries get that in some countries done in Mexico by contrast..
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"And the mexican senate giving him a affective control of congress that dramatically improves the odds of getting things done because as in the us system it's the congress that that passes legislation that path budgets that that follows through and this is the first time that mexican president enters office with solid majority of his party people in the congress since their nest as a deal almost twenty years so it it's very dramatic shift but it's one that gives lopez obrador a little bit of extra muscle and i think at the negotiating table with the united states and canada they'll they'll have to take him seriously because if he makes a commitment he's his odds of delivering are that much higher got lupe does does the president have the these agenda items laid out in terms of what is the most important element for him to be able to tackle first well this is this is this is a very interesting this is very interesting question i believe that there's a lot of expectation by the business community of what what he's going to do so he's i i mean i address with with the rector to the middle class unto the unto the business community and so he talked about and or g reform he talked about the their relationship with the with the business sector and noth that i believe that nafta today is probably a priority because this is what we are aware hearing more often in the in the in the in the media and he i mean he he he met with president and recapping any though he's going to be very a i mean he's gonna be ready to to collaborate with them he's gonna tame the same line he's he he has given this this design that he's gonna respect and he's going to being in close communication with those are negotiated during the five months and he's giving like message continually but i think nafta today is probably like a crucial point to to send a message that he can work with the business sector that he can work with his partners and he has given these this message you know frequently i in the past few days four four nine four two seven eight six six or if you like send us a comment via twitter either at biz radio one eleven or my daughter count which is at dam only twenty one joined on the phone by guadalupe korea cabrera of george mason university christopher sands of johns hopkins university again eight four four nine four two seven eight.
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"Pozdorovkin is the director of the satirical but very real documentary our new president thanks very much thank you so much for having our new president won a special jury award at sundance it's not been picked up yet for us distribution but maxine says he's hoping for a late summer release here's one of my very early lessons in french cabal new york new york paris that's easy like a poor jerk all alone at orly airport jazz tom that he's going to john's call menas waiting for my little suzy who arrives on a boeing at three thirty three straight from minnesota french lessons from a man with the voice of tom waits in the stature in france of shock brel that singer was jacques asia who died today in france he simply easily and his passing put the french news cycle on hold such was his importance to a generation of people there here's an appropriately reflective and jaded song asia wrote some years ago it translates i am dead who can beat that she's she key immu view chew just she moved mold bill walsh did off to slim to shoot shipbuilding did you shit shit jockey's died today at the age of seventy seven this is the world i'm marco werman and you're with the world two to four thousand troops on the us mexico border that's what president trump said this week he wants to send until congress approves demand for a wall on the border and as you might have guessed officials on the other side of the border in mexico are not happy or hey valencia's a reporter with public radio station k j z z in phoenix and he's with us now from the station's mexico city bureau the mexican senate unanimously approved a measure yesterday in reaction to president trump's decision to send troops to the border or hey what does it do exactly at least for now it's a symbolic measure and insure what it saying is that if president donald trump doesn't treat mexico and mexicans with more respect than we are going to stop collaborating with us and that's on issues like immigration or let's say fighting drug trafficking so it's in bali but it could have big consequences.
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"He wants national guard troops sent to the border with mexico immediately but a senior us defense official tells fox it's going to take at least two months for this to happen the white house has details are being discussed with the governors of south western states in response the mexican senate passed a unanimous resolution condemning the decision of the republican demands respect for the people of mexico from president donald trump sandra laura row house translated the the president tweeted this morning because of the trump administration's atkins border crossings were to still unacceptable fortysix year low facebook mark zuckerberg will be taking a lot of questions on capitol hill next week about how the company handles user's privacy here's fox tanya j powers luxembourg will testify before the senate judiciary and commerce committees on tuesday and before the house energy and commerce committee on wednesday he'll be asked about how facebook collects and uses people's data after a blog post from the company's chief over tech says eighty seven million users may have had their personal information improperly shared with a political consulting firm cambridge analytica previously that number was thought to be around fifty million chris tonya thanks man's been shot and killed by police in brooklyn new york city police fatally shot a black man armed with a metal pipe who they say took a shooter stance and pointed at them it happened as police responded to nine one one calls of a man with a silver gun threatening people in brooklyn family identified the man is thirty four year old saheed vassal who was mentally ill at a briefing police displayed a photograph taken seconds before the shooting they say shows the cell pointing a silver object at the four officers residents of crown heights expressed shock and anger saint vessel was friendly and well known in the neighborhood that's fox's carmen roberts in new york where ahead of the opening bell on wall street dow futures are up sixty nine points fox news.
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"A coup this being an angry reaction in mexico after president trump ordered the us national guards to the border to help reduce illegal immigration and drug smuggling president trump said he had no option because the situation had reached crisis point here's james reed president trump's decision to send the national guard to the mexican border is not unprecedented george bush barack obama both did the same but the rhetoric he's directed against mexico makes the issue particularly sensitive the mexican senate urged the government to end corporation of what it called hostile and disrespectful treatment the foreign minister luis videgaray i said any militarization of the border with seriously damaged relations but he said he'd been reassured that the us troops would not be armed would not be directly involved in immigration control thousands of americans have rallied in memphis to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the death of the civil rights leader martin luther king bell's told thirty nine times once for each year of dr king's life to mark the exact moment when he was shot by a white supremacists sniper the crowd observed a minute's silence addressing the gathering martin luther king's eldest son who shares his father's name said it was unacceptable that fortyeight million americans still lived in poverty the reverend jesse jackson who is there on the day dr king was shot said the pain was still raw police in new york so they've shot dead an african american man who they thought was pointing a gun at them the object turned out to be a metal pipe the shooting drew a tense crowds to the streets in brooklyn with some shouting murder at the police the new times named the dead man as saieed vessel and said he had mental health problems this woman made her feelings known to police officers.
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"She's suing the track i have plans on doing i actor and then my fifties or sixties after i've got all this like fame and fortune then turned my life over to civil service for in liquid run for office i think the actors i think i think it's a great usage i think i wish that more celebrities would actually get in the ring because once oh really yeah this one's yes sir wins lake an america ferrara oprah winfrey tapers evil one yes like evil longoria you know people who oh how are we talked about this before she she's the one that always taught me that like the border didn't cross the mexican senate cross the border cross them she's heavily involved like she's been like she's a dnc chairperson chairperson but she she's worse for the dnc nice she's like she's got like a title like she's she so for myself it's like i i that comedian chris stella she was at the maximum fine max one yes her and she was at the dolores huerta running screening and she has a plan to like make a bid i think it makes sense 'cause you especially if you have it in you because you do build this really great following and in and if you have something to say it's better than the old ask straight white dudes are so out of touch and are so and these enrich celebrities you can't buy them like there's not going to be some company that's gonna come over and buy them because they're like i already got my money's.
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"On the other hand the raise this nervousness you sports when when he talked to members of the russian in needs because they see no future and in fact that it's unit that's what the purpose of the leads his to plan the future but they can't because they don't know what's coming next and this expectation almost sort of selffulfilling prophecy that something is coming in a time of trouble is coming because we don't know how this power the putin says assembled how it could possibly passed onto somebody else that's the main source of nervousness akhati thanks very much thank you next uh washington bureau chief david rennie traveled to mexico this week to see how donald trump's time in the white house his influence the politics in people's south of america's boorda they're bringing drugs they're bringing crime their rapists had some i assume are good people he will build the wall we've already started it well fell that is the way that makes evil that they award he spent two potential candidates for the presidential election next year former ambassadors business cds people have spent many years thinking about the relationship between mexico in its northern neighbour he he introduces a few of those who sat down temptation of the current relationship one of the most interesting was a senator from the rural province of get an admiral who himself is actually a free trader uh that he pasta symbolic bill in the spring which was a boycott of american yellow kuhn on proposed into biological and from places like brazil senator ottoman three us beaten and he explained as he sat in his office in the mexican senate with these kind of jaguar mosques from indigenous culture in great detail that uh he's trying to influence public opinion in places like iowa in the brusque uh and north dakota states that selenov longkun to mexico but don't seem to note we've been buying around one point six billion dollars a year of jello warned that will be generated here and you have all these people in there.